Corridor Planning


Whether transit, open space, commercial or trade, corridors are unique environments that connect people to places via multiple modes of transportation. Some are destinations unto themselves, while others are a means to an end. Those that remain the most memorable have often maintained some element of their history or purpose and endured through community development cycles that perceived them to be somewhat obsolete in light of evolving development patterns. 

Although commercial corridors, in particular, are rarely viewed as affectionately as a downtown district, they are the glue that binds the various parts of a community together. Some are an economic engine, others a host environment for commerce and industry, and still others a shared public amenity. And while often rife with challenges to redevelopment, Principals of Ricker | Cunningham have collaborated with multi-disciplinary teams of community advisers to design solutions and strategies that allow them to adapt to changing market conditions, economic and trade policies and consumer preferences. Following is a representative list of client communities whose corridors have been made safer, more productive and aesthetically attractive through their efforts:

  • City of Little Rock, Arkansas

  • City of Aurora, Colorado

  • City of Black Hawk, Colorado

  • City of Colorado Springs, Colorado 

  • City of Denver, Colorado

  • City of Englewood, Colorado

  • City of Evans, Colorado

  • City of Fort Collins, Colorado

  • City of Fountain, Colorado

  • City of Longmont, Colorado

  • City of Louisville, Colorado

  • City of Manitou Springs, Colorado

  • City of Thornton, Colorado

  • City of Claremore, Oklahoma

  • Town of Addison, Texas

  • City of Carrollton, Texas

  • City of Dallas, Texas

  • City of DeSoto, Texas

  • City of Fort Worth, Texas

  • City of Houston, Texas

  • City of North Richland Hills, Texas

  • City of Pearland, Texas

  • City of Plano, Texas

  • City of Richardson, Texas

  • City of Richland Hills, Texas