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Downtown Traffic and Pedestrian Access
Downtown Traffic and Pedestrian Access

Featured Project - Livingston Street Complete Street Improvements

DAVENPORT is currently working with the City of Asheville to bring complete street concepts to the Livingston Street corridor, connecting the Mission St. Joseph's Hospital at Victoria Road to the Arts District on Depot Street. Click here to see the flythrough!

Featured Project - City of Jacksonville Downtown Circulation Study | Jacksonville, NC

DAVENPORT is conducting a comprehensive study of the downtown street network as part of an effort to determine the needed improvements and changes in downtown Jacksonville. Click here to read more.

Recent News

DAVENPORT moves offices in three of its key regional locations: Greensboro, Charlotte, and Pensacola. Click here for the new addresses.

A Leading Engineering and Design Firm

DAVENPORT is a leading engineering, design, and consulting firm focused on providing transportation, environmental and specialty services to clients throughout the Southeast.

Founded in North Carolina in 2002, DAVENPORT has completed countless, notable projects. As a result, DAVENPORT is engaged by both government agencies and private sector clients to solve, mitigate and eliminate challenges related to traffic, parking, pedestrians, and roadways; and assist clients in dealing with environmental impact issues. These projects range from providing full service transportation engineering to Tanger Outlets in Mebane, NC to providing traffic signing & pavement marking plans for the 2.1 billion dollar VDOT Elizabeth River Tunnels project in Norfolk, VA (featured above) to supporting the environmental remediation efforts at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, NC.

Livingston Street Complete Street Improvements, Asheville, NC

DAVENPORT was selected to provide transportation engineering and design services for the complete street transformation of Livingston Street and a portion of Depot Street in Asheville. The City of Asheville desired to make the street safer and more comfortable for pedestrians, cyclists and transit users. The project has a unique set of challenges in that the work must be completed within an aggressive six month time frame and the improvements cannot involve any right-of-way acquisition. These conditions are to stay within the time line of the TIGER VI grant the City was awarded for both this project and several other transportation projects in the City. In addition to this tight time line and right-of-way constraints, DAVENPORT is working closely with the City of Asheville, stakeholders, and the community along the corridor to ensure the specific needs and concerns for the corridor are addressed.

Currently in progress, DAVENPORT's scope of work includes public involvement, traffic engineering, environmental services and NEPA Environmental Assessment, conceptual roadway design, full roadway design, sedimentation and erosion control design, and storm drainage design.



DAVENPORT is currently conducting a circulation study for the downtown area of Jacksonville, NC. This multi-model study includes considerations for all modes of transportation including vehicles, trucks, buses, bicycles and pedestrians. The goal of the study is to improve circulation, interconnectivity and the area's overall cohesiveness and vibrancy.

In order to facilitate a better flow and circulation of traffic in the downtown area and improve connectivity of the areas along Old Bridge Street to New Bridge Street, DAVENPORT is recommending to convert Court Street to two-way travel between Old Bridge and New Bridge Streets. This improvement will take advantage of recent Court Street improvements at the new Center for Public Safety, which involved the extension of Court Street to Marine Boulevard. Opening up Court Street to two-way travel between Old Bridge and New Bridge Streets will provide the opportunity for traffic to utilize Court Street to access this new signal at Marine Boulevard, and improve circulation and connectivity of the downtown network.

Two roundabouts are recommended along New Bridge Street which will replace existing traffic signals. The roundabouts are anticipated to improve operations and fit within the right-of-way with lane reduction concept plan changes on New Bridge Street. The roundabouts can also provide other benefits such as traffic calming and help promote a cohesive downtown.

Recommendations to create a vibrant, pedestrian / bicycle / transit friendly downtown could include the following (to name a few):

  • Extend Chaney Street Trail to New Bridge Street.
  • Sidewalk improvements (new sidewalks, wider sidewalks, etc.)
  • Bulb outs
  • High-visibility or decorative, stamped crosswalks
  • Sharrows
  • Enhanced bus stop / shelters, particularly at busy stops, and ADA accessible

  • DAVENPORT is working closely with key stakeholders including the Downtown Planning Committee. DAVENPORT is preparing 3-dimentional, street level photographic renderings to aid the City in educating residents on the proposed roadway changes.

    Other aspects of the study include an analysis of traffic and crash data; recommendations for bicycle, pedestrian and public transportation improvements; recommendations for enhanced streetscaping; and conceptual geometric design for roadway improvement alternatives.


    DAVENPORT and SciWorks Team Up for Engineering Day

    It's always exciting to see the fun side of Engineering, but it is especially rewarding to share the passion of our profession with others. DAVENPORT was thrilled to partner with SciWorks to present "Engineering Day" to several middle school groups from nearby schools. We enjoyed our time teaching the science behind imploding aluminum cans, floating paper clips in aluminum foil, building the highest newspaper tower, keeping eggs from breaking under extreme forces, and many more hands-on activities. Thanks SciWorks for this fun opportunity!



    DAVENPORT changes addresses for its Greensboro, Charlotte, and Pensacola offices.


    DAVENPORT's Florida office makes a new home in downtown Pensacola. The new address is now 41 N. Jefferson Street, Suite 103 Pensacola, FL 32502


    Our Greensboro office has also moved! The new address is now 1250 N. Revolution Mill Drive, Suite 220 Greensboro, NC 27405


    DAVENPORT's Charlotte location picks a new office as well. Its new address is 5200 77 Center Drive, Suite 250 Charlotte, NC 28217


    Charlotte location gets a new space


    The Charlotte office is now at a new location!   Come and visit us at our new address: 5200 77 Center Drive, Suite 250 Charlotte, NC 28217


    DAVENPORT's Greensboro office moves locations


    DAVENPORT's Greensboro office moves to the growing development of Revolution Mills. The new address is 1250 N. Revolution Mill Drive, Suite 220 Greensboro, NC 27405.