A modern transportation network — one composed of highways, railways, waterways and other modes — is vital to a nation’s well-being. The existence of sufficient transportation infrastructure is essential to transporting people and goods, facilitating economic development and improving quality of life.
Louis Berger has worked in the transportation industry since 1953, when the firm undertook its first major highway assignment, designing a 20-mile segment of the Pennsylvania Turnpike’s Northeast Extension. Today, our transportation planners, engineers, and operations and maintenance experts possess the experience and expertise to successfully deliver a wide range of transportation infrastructure projects around the world. We provide carefully designed, functional and cost-effective solutions to transportation challenges that meet both current and future demand.
Louis Berger is consistently ranked eighth in transportation by Engineering News-Record, and ranks among the top 20 firms in the categories for airports, bridges, highways, and mass transit and rail.
- master planning
- economic analysis
- environmental planning and compliance
- site analysis and development
- financial and feasibility studies
- operation and maintenance
- retrofitting and rehabilitation
- security planning