ICF helps communities cost-effectively meet mobility, economic, and environmental demands. With our headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, and other mid-Atlantic offices in Washington, D.C. and Maryland, ICF offers a depth of local resources and expertise.
Our multidisciplinary teams combine deep transportation expertise with a comprehensive understanding of investment planning, program management, and partnership facilitation, as well as skill in environmental and economic analysis, information technology, and strategic communications. Services include:
- Climate Change and Sustainable Transportation—ICF develops carbon footprints and mitigation scenarios and strategies, assesses climate change vulnerability and risk, assists with sustainable transportation strategies, and develops cost-effective approaches to emissions reduction.
- Congestion Management, Operations, and Safety—ICF analyzes congestion management solutions, including those related to pricing, urban design, demand management, and intelligent transportation systems; communicates the value of reliability; develops knowledge transfer systems; and plans for operations.
- Environmental Services—ICF analyzes environmental impacts and develops mitigation approaches related to air quality, water quality, habitat, communities, environmental justice, and more, supporting regulatory compliance and developing stewardship approaches.
- Integrated Planning—ICF supports statewide, metropolitan, and local planning, linking transportation, land use, and environmental planning.
- Livable Communities and Land Use—ICF supports smart planning approaches that enhance communities, link urban design, and transportation; facilitates public participation and visioning processes; conducts land use and transportation linkage studies; and develops funding strategies.
- Transportation Demand Management (TDM)—ICF delivers comprehensive support at every stage, including program development and implementation; communications, marketing, and outreach support; planning and strategy development; program evaluation and measurement; and assistance linking TDM to broader policies and initiatives.
Because of our extensive work on transportation projects at the federal, state, and local levels, we have a comprehensive grasp of the planning and policy issues at the nexus of transportation, the environment, the economy, and livable communities.