Pape-Dawson served as the prime consultant to provide preliminary and final design to improve mobility within the South Texas Medical Center. These improvements included the addition of 3 miles of hike and bike trails and 3 miles of sidewalks, as well as traffic and pedestrian upgrades for 14 key intersections. The network of sidewalks and hike and bike trails connected hospitals, medical offices, and other businesses with the transit center, residence, and the City’s master-planned bike network.
We used design standards based on the AASHTO guide for development of bicycle facilities and roadway design, as well as standards established by the TMUTCD, TAS, and TxDOT roadway and hydraulic design manuals.
Highlighted Pedestrian and Bicycle Amenity Projects
Brushy Creek Regional Trail
Pape-Dawson designed this 1.1-mile shared-use path in Round Rock, residing almost entirely within a 100-year floodplain.
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.
Statewide TxDOT Pedestrian Access Inventory
Pape-Dawson efficiently mapped, cataloged, and analyzed all owned assets within 13 TxDOT districts.