Sharp & Company, in collaboration with the NextGen team, is creating a comprehensive Public Toolkit that provides succinct information to a variety of stakeholders whom are affected by the new NextGen technology. While the Public Toolkit is still in final development, here’s a sneak peek at an in-progress Prezi that provides an overview of NextGen.
The Sharp & Company/Montgomery County Pedestrian Initiative Team facilitated a pedestrian safety training session with residents of the Gude Drive Men’s Shelter. In preparation for the dark winter ahead the team also passed out reflective materials to the residents. It’s all about being safe and seen!
The Route 7 Corridor Transit Study is an in-depth assessment of the travel needs in the corridor that includes the development of potential recommendations to improve mobility and accessibility to and within the Route 7 corridor between Tysons and the City of Alexandria.
Sharp & Company created the meeting materials and provided meeting support for three public meetings in Alexandria and Falls Church.
The Sharp & Company/Montgomery County Pedestrian Initiative Team had a very frightening time at the Silver Spring Zombie Walk on October 24. The team passed out yellow glow sticks, which kept the living and the undead, safe and seen!