Pedestrian & Bicycle Facility Design
GRIJALVA ENGINEERING is dedicated to promoting and providing best planning and design practices to support walking and bicycling. Through our many planning and design transportation projects, we are conscientious of the range of mode users and account for a balanced and safe design for pedestrians and bicyclists on each project we work on.
Mr. Grijalva currently serves on the Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board. Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board advises the Mayor, City Council, and City Departments and Divisions on projects, policies, and programs that improve and/or affect bicycling conditions in Seattle.
- Pedestrian and bicycle counts
- Pedestrian and bicycle studies including:
- Pedestrian/Bicycle area requirements at street corners
- Pedestrian/Bicycle queuing areas
- Crosswalk analysis at signalized intersections
- Crosswalk analysis at unsignalized mid-block locations
- Shared multi-use level-of-service analysis
- Pedestrian and bicycle designs and construction documentation
- Pedestrian and bicycle detours and alternate routing during construction
Recent and notable projects by GRIJALVA ENGINEERING or projects that were performed by staff when employed by others include:
University Link LRT – Final Design
GRIJALVA ENGINEERING is the Lead Traffic Engineer for the University Link LRT Final Design Project. Work included performing pedestrian and bicycle impact studies near the University of Washington Station and Capitol Hill Station and pedestrian and bicycle traffic control zones including detours near the University of Washington Station.
Tempe Streetcar – Alternatives Analysis/Conceptual Engineering
GRIJALVA ENGINEERING is the Traffic Engineering Manager for the development of Tempe Streetcar design in Tempe, Arizona. Work includes performing pedestrian and bicycle facility designs that are integrated with streetcar alignments throughout the Mill Avenue corridor.
Mesa LRT Extension – Alternatives Analysis/Conceptual Engineering
Valley Metro Rail, Phoenix
GRIJALVA ENGINEERING is the Traffic Engineering Manager for the development of LRT design in Mesa, Arizona. This work included performing pedestrian and bicycle facility designs that integrated LRT track designs with bike lanes along the main street corridor.