Mahan Rykiel Associates was hired to develop several conceptual plans for a pedestrian walk connecting M&T Bank Stadium and Camden Yards. The team was challenged with addressing site constraints, security and program requirements for a diverse set of stakeholders. The preferred plan alters the edge conditions, while creating gateway spaces and rooms for vendors and […]
Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration engaged Mahan Rykiel to design a median fence and additional pedestrian safety improvements on MD 528 (Coastal Highway) in Ocean City, Md to help reduce pedestrian accidents caused by mid-block crossings.
The City of Lancaster hired Mahan Rykiel to work with the community to create concepts for the renovation of the plaza known as Lancaster Square through a collaborative, creative placemaking process. The plaza is in the heart of the City and it was imperative that residents from all quadrants of Lancaster feel ownership. The goal […]
The Woodrow Wilson Bridge is the only Potomac River crossing in the southern half of the Washington, DC region. Designated as both I-495 and I-95, this heavily traveled bridge plays a significant role in the regional transportation system and will be one of the most complex urban transportation improvement projects in the nation.
MRA played an important role in this project by serving as a member of the General Engineering Consultants team. MRA developed design guidelines and specifications for the 18-mile roadway that covers densely populated areas and environmentally sensitive forests and streams.
Maryland Green Tracks Feasibility Viability Study is one of many projects designed by Mahan Rykiel Associates that can be found across the globe. Mahan Rykiel Associates is internationally recognized in landscape architecture, urban design, planning and research.
The Purple Line is being studied as a light rail or bus rapid transit (BRT) facility, connecting Bethesda to New Carrollton in the Washington D.C Metro area. The 16-mile long corridor traverses a densely developed urban and suburban landscape connecting several Washington Metro transit stops. MRA has provided various visualization and land use impact studies […]