Highway & Street Corridors
Traffic Safety & Operations
Bridge & Structural
Transit & Multimodal Mobility
Bikeway & Trail Corridors
Stakeholder & Community Engagement
Whether a transportation project is simple or complicated, our team works with you to evaluate a variety of options and find the right solution. Our services range from transportation and traffic studies to final design and construction administration. We listen, collaborate, rise to the challenge, and apply the right tools to meet your project needs.
Bolton & Menk provides the highest quality transportation planning and engineering services and deliverables. We get your stakeholders involved, learn about their interests, and find sustainable solutions for your goals. You can trust us to deliver quality solutions that are technically feasible, publicly acceptable, environmentally compatible, and economically viable.
GAZER™ is an innovative, data-driven, comprehensive safety investment planning tool
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Transportation Planning & Engineering projects
Explore how the 4th Street Reconstruction project in downtown Minneapolis improved community access through enhancing multimodal transportation for bicyclists, pedestrians, and vehicles.Learn
Discover how Bolton & Menk’s approach to Road Diets, a four- to three-lane conversion, promotes traffic safety and increases street amenities for pedestrians and bicyclists.Learn
Learn how revisioning design for technology and climate change can enhance beauty in addition to safety and sustainability.Learn
COVID-19 shifted the way we connect with people and places. Bolton & Menk focuses on public health with thoughtful outdoor community space design.Learn
Learn how Bolton & Menk uses StreetLight InSight® data analysis to improve traffic safety for client communities, here!Learn
The City of Anoka improved the safety and design their well-used Highway 10/169 corridor. Learn how the residents of the City of Anoka came together to lead the project and create a more connected community.Learn
Learn how this complete streets project resulted in a safer corridor with shorter crossing distances for pedestrians and protected bike lanes for bicyclists on Des Moines’ Grand Avenue.Learn
Speed limits shape transportation network and influence safety. Learn how communities across the nation are evaluating their vision and modifying their approach to setting speed limits.Learn
Transportation is changing. More than ever before, technology is being added to roads and vehicles for connectivity and automation that will make transportation safer, more efficient, and more accessible.Learn