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Energy and Transportation Projects

– Energy and Transportation Projects

Peak Sci has a long history of working on alternative energy projects, including hydropower dam relicensing, and transmission line projects. We’ve also worked on a variety of transportation projects with a focus on public transportation projects that minimize personal car use. 

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Summary

The sample projects listed below highlight our work in the energy and transportation industries. Energy projects include authorization of a 69-kilovolt transmission line on National Forest System land and hydropower relicensing documents. Transportation projects listed include an additional light rail line to accommodate increase demand expected from connecting the Bay Area Rapid Transit to the Light Rail System and opening Levi’s Stadium; a modernized, multi-modal transit center; and a statewide transportation plan, 

Projects

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Idaho Power Company Line 328 Environmental Assessment

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Swan Falls Dam Hydropower Relicensing Application Technical Reports

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Light Rail Efficiency Project: Mountain View Double Track, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

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Hillsdale Station Transit Center Environmental Assessment, City of San Mateo and Caltrain

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Idaho on the Move, Idaho Transportation Department

Outcome

Transportation projects are a major part of the infrastructure that makes our communities function, and they require careful thought and planning to ensure that all modes of transportation can safely and effectively interact with each other. More importantly, the transportation projects we’ve worked on emphasized public transportation as a vital contributor to economic development and critical to reducing climate change and its devastating effects.

Similarly, our work in the energy field has largely been on hydropower relicensing projects. Our role on these projects have resulted in a number of environmental, social, and economic benefits such as improved water qaulity, reduced emissions, and increased recreational opportunities.