LLG believes that traffic simulation allows Clients and the general public to see through an engineer’s eyes and understand how roadway modifications or a project can alter traffic flows in simulated real-time conditions. At LLG, we believe that having our Clients and the public understand our designs is just as important as the designs themselves.
LLG uses nationally recognized software packages such as Synchro/SimTraffic and TransModeler. We offer a wide range of simulation services such as 2- or 3-dimensional visualizations. The aesthetics and realism of each simulation model can be tailored for each project to include background aerials, surrounding buildings, landscaping, elevation changes, or any specific landmark.
Our firm possesses the capability to prepare traffic simulation models which simulate and evaluate operating conditions for an individual intersection, a series of intersections through a travel corridor, as well as on an area-wide roadway system basis. We have prepared numerous operational analyses and simulation models for jurisdictions throughout the Southern California region.
City of San Diego, CA
LLG conducted a 3D traffic simulation for the SR 163/Friars Road Interchange Project. The simulation focused on Year 2030 Buildout conditions, which include the proposed freeway mainline and ramp improvements such as the addition of a collector-distributor on southbound SR 163, ramp reconfigurations from Friars Road to SR 163 and I-8.
Coronado City, CA
LLG was retained by the City of Coronado to conduct a corridor study on Orange Avenue between First Street and Adella Avenue. As a part of the project, LLG conducted 2D traffic simulation to depict the traffic operations with and without the proposed improvements, which include signal timing and roadway network changes.
City of Encinitas, CA
The Highway 101 Streetscape project incorporates walkable community concepts, traffic calming and a balance of right-of-way needs associated with pedestrian, bicycle and vehicular circulation.
Dana Point, CA
Linscott, Law & Greenspan, Engineers (LLG) prepared a traffic impact study to assess the potential traffic impacts/benefits and circulation needs associated with the proposed Pacific Coast Highway/Del Prado Avenue Phase I Street Improvement Project. The Project included the re-establish two-way circulation for both Pacific Coast Highway and Del Prado Avenue between Street of the Blue Lantern and Copper Lantern Street, as well as the construction of pedestrian enhancements and bicycle improvements within the Dana Point Town Center.