Planning Projects

As engineers and planners, we are judicious in our development approach and meticulous in our analysis and evaluation methods. The following is a list of our planning projects:

Travel Demand Model Updates for CAMPO

RJRA conducted the necessary planning and GIS analysis in the development and implementation of the demographic allocation model for CAMPO. RJRA researched land uses for the five county region and developed layers showing areas which would preclude and include future growth in order to accurately implement the demographic allocation model into the 2035 Travel Demand Model.

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FM 1103 Route Study

RJRA was responsible for the identification of corridor needs, constraints mapping, stakeholder meetings, and conceptual design layouts to determine a recommended approach for improving existing FM 1103, including surveying and geometric schematic for TxDOT San Antonio District. RJRA also provided a recommended route location envelope and proposed facility concept for a potential new location extension to I-10.

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SH 151 Extension Study

RJRA conducted a feasibility study for TxDOT San Antonio District that developed and evaluated conceptual design alternatives to connect SH 151 from Loop 1604 to the proposed extension of SH 211 near the Bexar/Medina County line with a thoroughfare meeting Super Arterial Type A standards as adopted by the City of San Antonio. The major elements of the feasibility study included preliminary route studies necessary to develop a corridor(s) in which a Super Arterial Type A could be accommodated in conceptual schematic and collecting and evaluating appropriate published environmental data necessary to evaluate potential “fatal flaw” impacts and study documentation.

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TxDOT Independent Audit - Contracting/Project Delivery

RJRA was a sub-consultant to a team organized by Deloitte Financial Advisory Services that was contracted by TxDOT’s Audit Office to conduct an independent audit in anticipation of the “2009 Sunset Review.” The audit reviewed policy and procedures surrounding adequacy of project controls, effectiveness of project delivery systems, the management of consultant contracts, comprehensive development agreements, and human resource issues. RJRA staff responsibilities involved data collection, policy reviews, personal interviews, and audit report writing.

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