Entries by Christina Ramos

Street Smarts Diablo Hosted 1st Annual Golden Sneaker Awards

October is International Walk/Bike to School Month! 511 Contra Costa’s Street Smarts Diablo Program, with support from AMG staff, facilitated the first annual Golden Sneaker Award event for central and eastern Contra Costa County schools. Each participating school received one Golden Sneaker to present to the classroom with the highest percentage of walkers/bikers/scooter riders on […]

GoMentum Connected Autonomous Vehicle Traffic Signal Lab (CAV-Sig Lab) Gets the Green Light

AMG staff are currently developing a Connected Autonomous Vehicle Traffic Signal Lab (CAV-Sig Lab), at GoMentum Station, that will be dedicated to research, training, and testing for traffic engineers in Contra Costa County, the Bay Area, and beyond. The state-of-the-art lab will include traffic signal cabinets, multiple ATC traffic signal controllers, video detection, Dedicated Short […]

ITS World Congress Kicks Off in Copenhagen Denmark

A delegation representing GoMentum Station, including Contra Costa Transportation Authority Staff and our own Habib Shamskhou, traveled to Copenhagen this week to attend ITS World Congress. A few highlights from day 1 at the conference- Habib discusses Mobility as a Service (MaaS) with honorable Ann-Catherine Berner, Finland’s Minster of Transportation and Communications. He says “Nordic […]

AMG Leads in Advanced Traffic Signal Performance Measures

This week, AMG’s Joanna Liu presented at the Joint Texas and Western District 2018 Annual ITE Conference in Keystone, Colorado. The presentation focused on Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM) in the City of Dublin, CA. By utilizing ATSPMs to modernize traffic signal management and provide high-resolution data, jurisdictions’ can effectively support objectives and performance-based […]

AC Transit, AMG, and project partners are pleased to present the AC Transit Multimodal Corridor Design Guide!

AMG’s Michael Ohnemus served as co-author to the Guide, which provides the latest and greatest in corridor and street design guidance around bus stops that balances the needs of bus operations, pedestrian access, and complete streets designs that will be used to better serve the residents of Alameda County and Contra Costa County California. About […]