J.M. Teague Traffic Engineering is a traffic engineering firm in western North Carolina that provides traffic engineering expertise to towns, counties, schools, and professional clients such as landscape architects, urban planners, and civil engineering firms in the areas of Asheville, Charlotte, and Hickory/Boone in NC, as well as Chattanooga and Knoxville in TN. We serve the Southeast and
Mid-Atlantic regions of the U.S.,with a concentrated focus on projects in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee.
J.M. Teague Traffic Engineering is a unique and diverse organization due to the background and interests of the principal engineer. There are five distinct areas of services within the organization:
Traffic Engineering, Forensic Engineering, Education & Training, Transportation Planning, and Collaboration Management.
By being centralized in western North Carolina, we have the capability and resources to serve a variety of clients throughout the East Coast, while maintaining a special interest in serving the many smaller communities and municipalities across the region we call home.
With over 20 years experience as a Licensed Professional Engineer & NCDOT prequalified owner and Principal Engineer, J. Mark Teague, P.E., CPM is dedicated to providing quality engineering services on time and within budget.
We offer standard or custom built on-call traffic engineering packages to local governments. Services include stop sign replacement programs, intersection and roadway safety, periodic traffic control device review, NCDOT relations, traffic signal operation, parking studies, speed limits, traffic impact analysis, traffic calming, sign reflectivity review, traffic control planning, project implementation, and training.
Our team has the skills and expertise required to perform thorough and accurate Traffic Impact Analyses (TIA). A traffic impact analysis is a study which determines the effects of a new development on the existing roadway network.
Deliverables typically include recommendations that mitigate the negative impacts of additional motorized traffic as well as added accommodations for multimodal road users.
These studies vary depending on the type, size and location of the development. JMTE’s project experience in this particular service sector covers a broad range from higher education to residential and commercial developments.