Whether working as the Project Manager or as part of a team, Bayer Becker’s transportation engineering team has the experience and ability to make your project a success. Working as part of a larger team, Bayer Becker provided access management for The Dixie Highway Corridor Access Management Redevelopment Plan, also known as The Dixie Fix Plan. The plan is a long range planning approach to relieve congestion problems and provide better access to Dixie Highway. It was conducted to identify transportation planning and design solutions to address Dixie Highway’s informal status as the most heavily traveled and congested arterial in Kenton County.
Bayer Becker evaluated the Dixie Highway corridor for the Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments. Specifically, providing access management along the corridor from Interstate 75 in Covington, Kentucky to Buttermilk Pike in Lakeside Park, Kentucky.
As part of their service, Bayer Becker performed site visits on several occasions to observe the corridor and the traffic conditions at various times. Bayer Becker applied industry standard access management guidelines to improve the corridor and also attended several meetings and presented the access management findings. The feasibility of the access management recommendations, including cost factors, were incorporated into the final recommendations.