Pape-Dawson designed Brushy Creek Regional Trail in Round Rock, a 1.1-mile shared-use path residing almost entirely within a 100-year floodplain.
We developed the schematic, 60%, 90%, and final design plans. The trail alignment generally follows a wastewater easement, and Pape-Dawson was tasked with revamping the given alignment to meet both the AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities and PROWAG ADA requirements, while minimizing impacts to the floodplain, existing trees, and other natural features.
The project was funded through the Capital Area MPO with an advanced funding agreement, and therefore required following TxDOT local government project procedures for the design and construction.
Highlighted Pedestrian and Bicycle Amenity Projects
Pape-Dawson served as the prime consultant for this joint-funded initiative with VIA Metropolitan Transit to provide accessible connectivity from existing and proposed transit stops to nearby pedestrian activity generators.
South Texas Medical Center
Pape-Dawson served as the prime consultant to provide preliminary and final design to improve mobility within the South Texas Medical Center.
Statewide TxDOT Pedestrian Access Inventory
Pape-Dawson efficiently mapped, cataloged, and analyzed all owned assets within 13 TxDOT districts.