Helping clients navigate the increasing complexities of modern transportation: growing demands, aging infrastructure, rising costs, funding challenges, rapidly evolving technology, innovation, and environmental concerns.
Agencies and communities faced with improving their transportation systems must do more with less. From initial investigations through planning, concept development, final design, and construction, DEA responds with solutions that serve today’s transportation needs while accommodating tomorrow’s growth.
Transportation: Areas of Focus
DEA helps our clients navigate the complexities of bridge and structural projects, including technical issues, funding, regulations, and public relations.
Our expertise helps our clients achieve their project objectives while providing vital connections for the communities we live and operate in.
Our nationally recognized team has completed hundreds of successful rail projects of all sizes for a variety of clients throughout the United States.
DEA brings traffic engineering, transportation planning, and environmental planning expertise to provide creative and value-added solutions for your community’s evolving mobility needs.
I have been getting very positive feedback from the West Corridor team regarding DEA’s responsiveness and input to the project. Thank you very much for following through on your commitment.
Former Assistant GM, Capital Programs; RTD
FasTracks West Rail Line Corridor, Light Rail Transit (LRT) Extension Final Design. DEA led an integrated team that provided final engineering design for the 12.1-mile West Rail Line for the Regional Transportation District (RTD). The West Corridor was the first project to begin final design under the RTD’s FasTracks program. The 12.1 miles of light rail runs between Denver Union Station and Jefferson County Government Golden Station, adding 11 new stations, six park-n-rides, and three new call-and-rides. It connects significant destination hubs including the Auraria Higher Education Center, INVESCO Field at Mile High, the Denver Federal Center, and the Jefferson County Government Center.