TDG Presents at the Colorado Transportation Symposium

  • Apr 12, 2018

TDG’s Denver office staff presented at the 2018 Colorado Transportation Symposium in downtown Denver, the largest annual gathering of transportation professionals in Colorado.  The Symposium brought together local governments, the business community, and transportation enthusiasts to learn about latest trends and projects. We were honored to sponsor the event, which was hosted by the...

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Tyler Golly to Lead TDG's Expansion into Canada

  • Apr 12, 2018

Toole Design Group (TDG) is expanding into Canada in 2018. This is the first international office for our rapidly-growing planning, engineering, and landscape architecture firm, which currently has 13 offices in 12 states across the United States “After 15 successful years in the United States, we are excited to grow our company and our team in Canada,” said Jennifer Toole, AICP, ASLA,...

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#WLAM2018 - A Pint of Community-led Design

  • Apr 11, 2018

During World Landscape Architecture Month 2018, Toole Design Group will be featuring the themes, projects, and staff that form our Landscape Architecture and Urban Design practice. Tune in to our Instagram and Twitter channels for daily updates, features, and more throughout April! By Bonnie Moser One of the most important tools that we have at our disposal...

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#WLAM2018 - Meet Bonnie Moser

  • Apr 09, 2018

During World Landscape Architecture Month 2018, Toole Design Group will be featuring the themes, projects, and staff that form our Landscape Architecture and Urban Design practice. Tune in to our Instagram and Twitter channels for daily updates, features, and more throughout April! By Bonnie Moser After completing graduate school in 2011, I was fortunate to...

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#WLAM2018 - Great Trees Make Great Streets

  • Apr 04, 2018

During World Landscape Architecture Month 2018, Toole Design Group will be featuring the themes, projects, and staff that form our Landscape Architecture and Urban Design practice. Tune in to our Instagram and Twitter channels for daily updates, features, and more throughout April! By Teresa Damaske, PLA Many of the truly great streets in the world have great...

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TDG's Bay Area Office Moves to Oakland

  • Apr 03, 2018

Toole Design Group is making moves for clients and partners in California, and now our expanding team of multimodal planners and engineers is making a move of its own. Our Bay Area office has outgrown its current space, and we have relocated our office to permanent space in downtown Oakland. Our first day in our new space will be April 16. ”We’ve had the privilege of serving our clients on a wide...

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Jeff Ciabotti to Lead Trails & Greenways Projects at TDG

  • Apr 03, 2018

TDG is pleased to announce that Jeff Ciabotti has been named Trails and Greenways Lead for the company.  A recognized national expert in trail development with over 20 years of experience in trail policy and planning, Jeff’s extensive experience makes him a trusted partner and project manager for trail and greenway development. He will take a national role in TDG’s trail and greenway...

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Dan Goodman Returns to TDG as Mid-Atlantic Planning Director

  • Apr 03, 2018

Dan Goodman, AICP, LEED AP returns to Toole Design Group as Director of Planning for the Mid-Atlantic Region after five years leading the bicycle and pedestrian program for the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). With nearly two decades of experience in policy development, land-use planning, and urban design experience, as well as a wealth of knowledge on...

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#WLAM2018 - Meet Teresa Damaske, PLA

  • Apr 02, 2018

During World Landscape Architecture Month 2018, Toole Design Group will be featuring the themes, projects, and staff that form our Landscape Architecture and Urban Design practice. Tune in to our Instagram and Twitter channels for daily updates, features, and more throughout April! Walking (and Biking) The Talk - Meet Teresa Damaske, PLA As a landscape architect in the Seattle area, I’ve gotten...

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RRFBs Return: Guide to Key Changes in FHWA IA-21

  • Mar 22, 2018

In December 2017, FHWA terminated the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB), due to a patent dispute. With almost 6,000 people on foot killed in traffic crashes in 2017, the RRFB had become a desirable safety tool because it is relatively easy to install, is cost-effective, and has a proven ability to increase motorist yielding rates across a wide variety of roadway contexts. On March 20th,...

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