ICF helps port authorities move forward with critical expansion projects and transit agencies incorporate light rail into community development goals. We understand how U.S. federal and state-level policy affects planning and development of highway infrastructure programs. Our research projects for clients such as the Transportation Research Board have guided the development of rail infrastructure throughout North America.
In addition, ICF has provided infrastructure development support to nearly every port on the West Coast of the United States, ranging from urban renewal waterfront development, to analysis related to facility expansion, bulk cargo, and agricultural products.
ICF’s infrastructure development and support services include:
- Guiding clients with strategic investment planning and intermodal connectivity issues
- Helping clients fulfill state and U.S. federal environmental regulatory requirements
- Modeling the environmental, community development, and economic impact of transportation infrastructure and systems
- Assisting with the development of security and emergency management programs
- Providing strategic communications and IT support for stakeholder outreach
Whether assisting clients on grade separation projects, guiding waterfront redevelopment initiatives, or assessing rail system performance as it relates to connections with maritime ports and highways, ICF brings a solid understanding of transportation infrastructure and how the modes and systems work together.