McKinley Research assists agencies and organizations in assessing the economic viability of major transportation infrastructure projects throughout Alaska.
We recognize the important implications that transportation has on quality of life, economic development, and community viability. We offer balanced, objective research into the economic and social impacts of transportation development.
Our staff has extensive experience using travel demand models, survey research, case studies, stakeholder interviews and other research tools to prepare long-range traffic forecasts, benefit-cost analyses, and feasibility studies.
We are also experienced in developing and implementing public involvement plans including survey research, facilitation of public meetings, media outreach, and preparation of public notices, bulletins, and project websites.