Top Planning, Design, and Development Websites

View Planetizen’s annual list recognizing 10 websites as some of the best resources for urban planning, design, and development. This year’s list highlights sites that allow interactive street design, use crowd-sourced public

Peloton Names Additional Leadership

Peloton recently elected Jonathan Ragsdale and Marc Paquette as Associate Principals, and Erik Hinklin, Paulo Misi, Brad Sicard, and Tim Whitefield as Associates. Read full press release.

Peloton Builds Bikes for Local Charity

The Fort Worth office of Peloton Land Solutions recently joined the local engineering community in the Christmas Wish Project’s annual bike and toy build. This volunteer, non-profit organization works closely

Austin Makes Top Ten List

I-35 between East Riverside Drive and E. Dean Keeton Street in Austin was ranked the 10th worst traffic bottleneck in America (and worst in Texas) in a recent highway users’

I-35W Expansion to Alliance Proposed

As reported in today’s Fort Worth Star Telegram, North Tarrant Express Mobility Partners has submitted an offer to TxDOT to extend the I-35W expansion it is currently constructing to Alliance

Empty Bowl Project-Austin

Together with sponsors and donors, Peloton Land Solutions-Austin joined the Capital Area Food Bank, Central Texas’ largest hunger relief organization, in raising funds for programs which help alleviate child hunger.

Peloton Austin Volunteer Day

Our Austin office participated in the Real Estate Council of Austin’s Christmas in October event benefiting the Blackland Community Development Corporation (CDC). Nearly 100 volunteers redesigned and renovated the Blackland

DFW Data Center Boom Underway

The Facebook Data Center project (Peloton – engineer of record) is part of a big boom in North Texas data center construction. The DFW area so far this year has

The Value of Water

One of the crowning achievements of the 20th century was building reliable water and wastewater systems. Since then, public and private utilities across the country have been putting people to

Roundabouts: The Most Loathed Infrastructure

The roughly 3,700 circular traffic intersections in the U.S. are feared, avoided, and even loathed, often without good reason. This fear is rooted in the invention’s history. Early traffic circles