McMahon was selected as a subconsultant to BSSW Architects to prepare a transportation study for the expansion of the County Justice Center Complex in downtown Fort Myers.
The project site is a collection of county-owned property divided by two local streets and a state arterial, which also included provision of 1,200 parking spaces. A traffic study was conducted for the PUD application which included the addition of two 10-story towers to be used as an expansion of county court facilities. Efforts included obtaining approval from FDOT to allow a pedestrian crossing and median treatments to be installed across the state arterial roadway. Connectivity of the parking supply with the employee center across a major arterial was solved using VISSIM simulation modeling, which also aided as a public participation tool.