Bolton & Menk provides high quality transportation planning and engineering services and deliverables. Our services range from transportation and traffic studies to final design and construction administration. We collaborate with stakeholders, learn about their interests and needs, 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.
Our team offers a broad range of transportation planning, operations, design, and project management services. We guide clients through conceptual planning, preliminary design, final design, regulatory approval, and construction. We also bring a wealth of knowledge in available funding opportunities to help move projects forward or make them more appealing to project partners. In the last five years, we have helped secure more than $15 million in Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funding for our clients. We have the experience and expertise to provide large-scale highway design and construction services and we specialize in local transportation services such as neighborhood and sub-area traffic studies, intersection safety and capacity analyses, modal integration, and corridor studies.
New technologies are imperative to helping clients save time and money. Learn how our combination of drones and LiDAR work together to provide accurate and effective data.Learn
Everyone relies on traffic safety. Chloe Weber discusses how we provide right-sized solutions in our final episode of What’s the Fact!Watch
Dive in to learn how Bolton & Menk engages communities in their own comprehensive plan. Comprehensive plans should be tailored to meet the needs of the community – what better way than to engage them in their own plan?Learn
Discover how INPUTiD™ connects community voices to infrastructure improvement projects using a GIS-based web application.Learn
Landscape architect Grant Meacci answers some questions to set the record straight about urban design in this installment of What’s the Fact.Watch
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
Learn how Bolton & Menk uses StreetLight InSight® data analysis to improve traffic safety for client communities, here!Learn