In recent years, the growth of cities and their surrounding suburban towns has led to the creation of “super-cities.” Many transit agencies have found themselves scrambling to keep up with the demand placed on them by population growth in the areas they serve. As a result, the time allotted for a transit project to go from planning to completion has been dramatically reduced, while the value of each project and the scope of work required have grown exponentially. Hill’s rail and transit practice leaders have helped deliver projects around the world that met if not exceeded client expectations as well as the praise of ridership and the communities served by the new lines. This includes our work on such projects as the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension in Pasadena, California, the Zaragoza Tram in Zaragoza, Spain, Denver RTD’s FasTracks Program in Colorado, and the Doha Metro Green Line in Qatar.
Rail and Transit