Bicycle & Pedestrian
Walking and bicycling are central to creating vibrant, livable, and productive neighborhoods and regions. KAI supports all aspects of bicycle and pedestrian travel, from conducting ground-breaking research and developing plans to the analysis and design of infrastructure and supporting amenities. KAI understands the complexity and nuance of walking and bicycling, and plans and designs facilities for a broad spectrum of users. KAI is on the cutting edge of this rapidly evolving field, as evidenced through contributions to such projects as the NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide, the upcoming FHWA Cycle Track Design Information report, and analysis of innovative bicycle facilities in Washington, DC.
- Riverside/Franklin Pedestrian and Bicycle Infrastructure
- City of Roseville Pedestrian Plan
- NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide
- Portland State University 2-Day Bicycle and Pedestrian Design Course