Transportation / Planning Engineering
Traffic Impact Studies:
Traffic Impact Studies have been completed for a number of recent and current developments in Windsor and Essex County, such as:
Lakeshore: CIBC Banking and Financial Services Branch, located at the corner of County Rd 22 and Commercial Drive;
Kingsville: Remark Farms, a residential subdivision, with 106 semi-detached and 85 single family homes located east of Jasperson Drive between Main Street and Road 2 East;
Windsor: 250 Tecumseh Road East (at McDougall) Commercial Plaza, comprised of the new Goodwill Industries warehouse and retail store, a retail plaza, fast food outlet, and other commercial land uses;
Tecumseh: Valente - Zohil subdivisions, adjoining residential developments with 93 single family lots east of Lesperance Road near Gouin.
Leamington: Princess Center Street Closure, located on Princess Street, between Setterington Street and Mill Street East.
Counts & Signal Design:
Turning movement counts and subsequent signal designs at Sherk/Seacliff, Clark/Erie, and Oak/Wigle intersections in Leamington, Ontario.
University of Windsor Cross Border Institute - Commercial Vehicle Detection:
RC Spencer Associates Inc. assisted the Cross Border Institute of the University of Windsor in installing five Remote Traffic Microwave Sensors along the approaches to and from the Ambassador Bridge, to collect data for research on commercial vehicle traffic patterns between Canada and the United States.
Other Studies of Note:
St. Clair College Traffic Study (Windsor): assessed queuing problems at Geraedts Drive outletting onto Cabana Road West
Traffic Analyses for Queen Elizabeth School and Ecole St. Michel Neighbourhoods (Leamington) - assessed traffic congestion problems around the schools during peak hours and offered alternative improvements that would alleviate congestion problems.
Fox Run/Mersea Road 19 Intersection Analysis Report (Leamington) - conducted sight line analysis and stopping sight distance calculations to determine the safety of the intersection and suggested the implementation of necessary traffic control measures.