Transportation

Committed to Connecting People and Communities

The flow and movement in Transportation have come a long way. Literally. If it weren’t for the concepts that went into designing better and more efficient roads, we wouldn’t be able to travel safely to get to our destinations and everything that connected to them. Our team of skilled engineers has designed the most driven roads in the valley, partnering with multiple municipalities to provide corridor studies, transportation planning, roadway design, and traffic engineering.

We offer expertise in public and private infrastructure projects from the preliminary planning stage through final design for urban freeways, traffic interchanges, rural highways, major arterials, intersections, local streets, and pathways. At Dibble, we deliver streetscape and complete streets expertise for multi-modal users and ADA compliance. Our team has qualified staff, dedication, experience, and passion for successfully designing your project with the ability to provide construction management and value engineering opportunities.

Services

  • Corridor Studies
  • Preliminary Planning
  • Conceptual Design
  • Final Design
  • Construction Phase Services
  • Maintenance and Operations
  • Roadway Design
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Transportation Planning
  • Program Management
  • Pavement Management

Additional Projects

Avenida Rio Salado
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Owner: City of Phoenix
Cost: $5.52M

Sonoran Boulevard, West Segment
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Owner: City of Phoenix

Ellsworth Loop Road Improvements
Location: Queen Creek, Arizona
Owner: Town of Queen Creek

91st Avenue, Butler Dr. to Mountain View Road
Location: Peoria, Arizona
Owner: City of Peoria

City of Mesa, Signal Butte & Elliot Off-site Improvements
Location: Mesa, Arizona
Owner: City of Mesa
Cost: $484,909

Mesa Drive, 8th Avenue to Main Street
Location: Mesa, Arizona
Owner: City of Mesa
Cost: $1.6M

Willow Creek Road Realignment
Location: Prescott, Arizona
Owner: City of Prescott
Design: $520K Construction: $5.2M Total Cost: $5.72M

Navajo Nation Department of Transportation On-Call
Location: Navajo Nation
Owner: Navajo Nation Department of Transportation
Cost: $10M