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Challenge
  • Identify solutions to improve pedestrian safety and mobility
  • Develop recommendations for improved bicycle connectivity to regional assets
  • Recommend policy and ordinance changes to address multimodal needs
  • Identify priority locations for evaluation based on community input
  • Identify traffic control and operational improvements for improved traffic flow and safety
  • Balance the needs of all transportation network users
Our Solutions
  • Community-driven study process including public workshop and online engagement
  • Pedestrian focused street policy and design guidelines
  • Crash mitigation measures
  • Operational and safety improvements
  • Traffic calming measures
  • Access control recommendations
  • Traffic control recommendations including signalized pedestrian crosswalks
  • Action and implementation plan

Malvern Multimodal Study

Mid AtlanticTraffic & ParkingWalking & Biking
Borough of Malvern, Chester County, PA
  • Malvern Multimodal Study by McMahon Associates
  • Malvern Multimodal Study by McMahon Associates
  • Malvern Multimodal Study by McMahon Associates
  • Malvern Multimodal Study by McMahon Associates
  • Malvern Multimodal Study by McMahon Associates
  • Malvern Multimodal Study by McMahon Associates
  • Malvern Multimodal Study by McMahon Associates

The Malvern Multimodal Study took a comprehensive approach to evaluating existing transportation issues in Malvern Borough and identifying ways to improve the transportation network. Multimodal recommendations were developed to enhance the transportation network to improve access for all users and encourage nonvehicular travel; improve operations and safety for all users within the transportation network; and promote active transportation to improve the health and well-being of residents.

The multimodal solutions focused on pedestrian mobility and safety throughout the municipality; street design and utilization; strategic measures to improve traffic operations and safety at key intersections through improved traffic control, pedestrian accommodations, traffic calming, and geometric design modifications; as well as identifying potential bicycle connections to nearby regional trails.

The study included a comprehensive public outreach component to identify key transportation concerns including an online survey and community workshop.

Click here to view the Multimodal Transportation Study.