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July 2016

Railroad Grade Separations Receive Project of the Year Award

Protected sidewalks provided pedestrian access.

The American Public Works Association (APWA) will honor City of Yakima and BergerABAM with a national Public Works Project of the Year Award for completing two complex railroad grade separations in downtown Yakima (one of the oldest, original railroad town of Washington State). The awards ceremony will be held in conjunction with the 2016 PWX Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is scheduled for Monday, 29 August, at 5 p.m. at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Read more about Railroad Grade Separations Receive Project of the Year Award

Connections - Bicycle and Pedestrian

Port of Vancouver Multimodal Trail designed by BergerABAM and funded by WSDOT, Vancouver, Washington.

How we travel from one place to another has been a hot topic in Clark County, Washington, for many years. Most of us can agree on some aspects of the question. BergerABAM Landscape Architect Juanita Rogers chairs the Clark Communities Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. She recently briefed the Washington State Transportation Commission about what the committee is doing to educate adults about biking and walking—she has found that kids (including her own three boys) are already pretty well tuned in. Read more about Connections - Bicycle and Pedestrian