JMD professionals are involved on a variety of highways projects involving some of the most challenging mainline, interchange, high occupancy vehicle (HOV) and regional truckway facilities for regional transportation agencies such as Caltrans, LACMTA and Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Projects include the development of studies and design including preliminary and final design.
JMD has been involved in the development of a variety of highway studies including Project Study Reports (PSRs), Project Study Reports Equivalent (PSREs), Project Reports (PRs), and current studies such as Project Study Report-Project Development Support (PSR-PDS). JMD has developed highway studies in accordance with Caltrans Project Development Procedures Manual (PDPM).
JMD has developed conceptual, preliminary and final design for major highway facilities affecting the region. Such facilities include regional corridors designed to enhance regional air quality and capacity such as the expansion of the 710 corridor between East Los Angeles and the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, which includes a regional truckway, as well as the 710 Gap Project which intends to develop a multimodal solution to the historic gap between Interstates 10 and 210.