Following is a partial list of projects that we are currently working on, or have recently completed.
A Statement of Qualifications can be provided for all relevant projects based on our client’s specific needs.

COMMERCIAL/RETAIL

Commercial / Retail

Wal-Mart on Arden Development: Traffic impact analysis (TIA) for the proposed project based on City of El Monte and Los Angeles County guidelines.  Issues include an at-grade railroad crossing immediately north of the site, coordination with multiple jurisdictions, school safety and improvement implementation and costs.

Laguna Hills Mall Redevelopment:  TIA to determine potential impacts and consistency with Laguna Hills General Plan for the redevelopment of the existing Laguna Mall, including the addition of a multi-plex theater, fitness center and dining options.

Rancho Del Chino Specific Plan: Traffic Impact Analysis for a proposed Specific Plan in the City of Chino for Panattoni Development Company.  The Specific Plan included three specific areas – Easterly portion, an industrial development which required specific evaluation of truck access; Northerly portion, a retail development; and the Southerly portion, a mixed-use retail and hotel development. Subsequent to the Specific Plan TIA, prepared separate traffic and circulation evaluations of potential users within the Specific Plan, including a detailed “shared parking” analysis necessary to show that the proposed hotel, in concert with other uses, would be adequately served by parking.

Rancho Cucamonga Wal-Mart Development: TIA for proposed Wal-Mart shopping center on Foothill Boulevard. Issues included consistency with surrounding land uses, including schools and assisted living facility, access to freeways and integration with Foothill Boulevard transit plan.

Piemonte at Ontario Center Specific Plan:  Assisted Panattoni Development Company and City of Ontario in developing the Piemonte Specific Plan, including 1.1 million square foot of mixed commercial land uses and approximately 1,000 apartments/condos.  Tasks included:
1) Determining compliance with Ontario Center Specific Plan;
2) Localized traffic and circulation analysis for the proposed Specific Plan  as designed by Architects Orange and including access to the City of Ontario’s Entertainment and Sports Arena (now operational);
3)”Shared parking” analyses for the Specific Plan; and
4) Detailed circulation, access and parking analyses for different parcels, such as the residential area designed by Toll Brothers, and the Home Depot-anchored parcels designed by Greenberg Farrow Architects.

Tuscana Village Specific Plan: Due diligence transportation evaluation of potential access to a site on the northwest corner of Riverside Drive and Milliken Avenue in the City of Ontario, with focus on opportunities and constraints for access to/from Riverside and Milliken Avenue.  Subsequently prepared a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) to determine potential environmental impacts for a two-phase development of approximately 1 million square feet of commercial office and retail development and 200 apartments.

Glendora Wal-Mart Expansion Traffic Impact Analysis: Traffic impact analysis (TIA) for the proposed project based on city and Los Angeles County guidelines.  Issues include queuing between closely spaced intersections and an at-grade railroad crossing soon to be used by the MTA Gold Line.

Victorville Marketplace Traffic Impact Analysis: Traffic impact analysis for the proposed project in Victorville based on city and SANBAG CMP guidelines.  Issues include significant off-site mitigation and realignment major arterial through the subject property.

The Crossroads at 395 Traffic Impact Analysis: Traffic impact analysis for the proposed project in Victorville based on city and SANBAG CMP guidelines.  Issues include location at the corner of two state facilities (SR-18 and SR-395) with need for Caltrans approval, and significant off-site mitigation.   Project approved by City of Victorville in 2009.  Currently assisting developer, City of Victorville and Caltrans on design of off-site improvements and driveway configurations.

Apple Valley Shopping Center Traffic Impact Analysis: Traffic impact analysis for the proposed project in the Town of Apple Valley.  Issues include integration with adjacent development, assessment of the need to abandon a frontage road and coordination of improvements with Caltrans.

Hesperia Home-Depot-WalMart Shopping Center: Traffic impact analysis for this 400,000 square foot shopping center in Hesperia.  In concert with the proposed General Plan Buildout and improvements to the I-15 – Hesperia Road interchange, performed a traffic signal progression study (using Synchro) to determine location of traffic signals, intersection lane configurations and other access features for a 2-mile segment between I-1 and the project.

Gardena Sam’s Club Expansion Traffic Impact Analysis: Traffic impact analysis for the proposed project based on city and Los Angeles County guidelines.

Walgreens On-Site and Access Evaluation:  Circulation analysis for this project which is bordered by two state facilities (Palmdale Road (SR-18) and SR-395) with limited access opportunities.  Provided recommendations for shared driveway access, secondary ingress/egress and coordinated with Caltrans on behalf of developer.

Village Circle at Beach: TIA for a commercial project on the corner of Beach Boulevard and La Mirada/Malvern Streets.  Assisted the City of Buena Park in determining appropriate locations for access considering restrictions on Beach Boulevard which is a state facility.  Coordination with developer’s traffic and civil consultants and Caltrans was provided in order to develop efficient access to/from the site and mitigate traffic impacts.

Montclair Plaza Expansion: Traffic impact study to evaluate additional land uses, mall redesign and relocation of the Nordstrom store.  Issues included off-site mitigation, congestion at main driveways and revisions to on-site circulation to accommodate the Nordstrom footprint.

Sam’s Club Redevelopment Traffic Impact Analysis: Traffic impact analysis for the proposed project based on City of El Monte and Los Angeles County guidelines.

Galleria at Tyler “Shared Parking” Analysis:  Comprehensive “shared parking” analysis for the expansion of the Galleria at Tyler to include additional retail, restaurant and new multi-plex theater land uses.  Utilized City of Riverside code requirements, the 1983 Shared Parking concepts from Urban Land Institute as well as the latest information relating to parking demands and trends at regional shopping centers for typical and holiday conditions.

Nabisco Reuse Project:  Analysis of potential traffic impacts associated with various land use alternatives for the Nabisco property in Buena Park, California.  The different land use scenarios included: industrial land uses, big box retail users, auto dealerships, and a combination of retail uses.  Issues included potential impacts on and in combination with I-5 freeway widenings, congested roadways, CMP issues, access opportunities and constraints and on-site circulation, and operational analysis.

Victorville Retail Center: Environmental Impact Report Traffic Impact Analysis in accordance with the city and San Bernardino County Congestion Management Program traffic impact guidelines for a major commercial project on Bear Valley Road and I-15.

ENTERTAINMENT

Entertainment

Laguna Hills Mall Redevelopment: TIA to determine potential impacts and consistency with Laguna Hills General Plan for the redevelopment of the existing Laguna Mall, including the addition of a multi-plex theater, fitness center and dining options.

Piemonte at Ontario Center Specific Plan: Assisted Panattoni Development Company and City of Ontario in developing the Piemonte Specific Plan, including 1.1 million square foot of mixed commercial land uses and approximately 1,000 apartments/condos.  Tasks included:
1) Determining compliance with Ontario Center Specific Plan;
2) Localized traffic and circulation analysis for the proposed Specific Plan  as designed by Architects Orange and including access to the City of Ontario’s Entertainment and Sports Arena (now operational);
3)”Shared parking” analyses for the Specific Plan; and
4) Detailed circulation, access and parking analyses for different parcels, such as the residential area designed by Toll Brothers, and the Home Depot-anchored parcels designed by Greenberg Farrow Architects.

Movieland Wax Museum: Traffic impact, circulation and parking evaluation to redevelop a property to the Movieland Wax Museum use within the Buena Park Entertainment zone.

Knott’s Soak City Water Park: Traffic impact analysis for the new water park, including analysis of pedestrian and vehicular circulation integration with Knott’s Berry Farm, parking, access and neighborhood preservation.

Knott’s Berry Farm: Traffic impact analyses for additional of several new rides for environmental approval purposes and performed evaluation of access with recommendations made as to traffic routes, parking layout and operations.

HEALTHCARE FACILITIES

Healthcare Facilities

March Behavior Center Facility: Traffic Impact Study for the first acute care 150-bed hospital to be developed within the March LifeCare Campus, along with two Veteran Housing projects being implemented by the March Joint Powers Authority.  Work included determination of consistency with Specific Plan TIA, improvements and site access and parking.

March Healthcare Development Master Plan On-Site Circulation and  Access Evaluation: Evaluation of on-site circulation needs and  alternatives for access of a Master Plan for a 3,555,000-square foot medical campus with hospital, medical office, retail, commercial, hotel and residential land uses on 236 acres within the March Joint Powers Authority redevelopment area being designed by HOK.

March LifeCare Campus Specific Plan: A two-phase Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) for the environmental review and certification of the proposed redevelopment of 236 acres in the northeast area of the March Joint Powers Authority (JPA).  Project includes a mix of over 3 million square feet of hospital, medical office, retail, commercial, hotel and residential land uses.  Analysis included Opening Year and Horizon Year projections and LOS analysis at 30 intersections and on 35 roadway segments under 6 different jurisdictions (JPA, City of Moreno Valley, City of Perris, City of Riverside, County of Riverside and Caltrans); identification of mitigation measures and coordination with each jurisdiction as to implementation and phasing of proposed improvements.  The Specific Plan was approved and its EIR certified in 2009.

INDUSTRIAL

Industrial

O-Tasty Project Traffic Impact Analysis: Traffic analysis for a 209,000-square foot O-Tasty foods operations plant with 220 employees in the City of Chino, CA

Centrerpointe/Harbor Freight Expansion Project: As consultant to City of Moreno Valley, conducted a peer review of the traffic impact analysis and environmental documents prepared for the addition of 1,200,000 square feet of high-cube warehouse development along Cactus Avenue.  Critical issues included truck trip generation and access, potential impacts on I-2015 freeway and timing of Cactus Avenue improvements.

Meredith International Center Specific Plan Amendment: Peer review of the traffic impact analysis for this 3,550,000-square foot industrial and commercial project between the Archibald and Vineyard interchanges on I-1-10 in City of Ontario.  Assisted City of Ontario in developing Scope of Work for Traffic Impact Analysis for the Specific Plan Amendment, review of Screen Check Drafts of TIA for DEIR, review of public comments and responses on TIA, review of on-site circulation and access for 200-acre property, with special emphasis on truck generation and distribution, and provided general consultation on DEIR development and consistency with City of Ontario Mobility Element.

Rancho Del Chino Specific Plan: Traffic Impact Analysis for a proposed Specific Plan in the City of Chino for Panattoni Development Company.  The Specific Plan included three specific areas – Easterly portion, an industrial development which required specific evaluation of truck access; Northerly portion, a retail development; and the Southerly portion, a mixed-use retail and hotel development. Subsequent to the Specific Plan TIA, prepared separate traffic and circulation evaluations of potential users within the Specific Plan, including a detailed “shared parking” analysis necessary to show that the proposed hotel, in concert with other uses, would be adequately served by parking.

Vulcan Plant, Adelanto: Evaluation of potential traffic impacts due to the proposed development of a cement plant in Adelanto with emphasis on potential CMP issues.

Industrial Property in Corona: Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) for a large-scale industrial property on Railroad Street in Corona for Panattoni Development Company.

MIXED-USE/SPECIFIC PLANS

Mixed-Use / Specific Plans

March Healthcare Development Master Plan On-Site Circulation and  Access Evaluation: Evaluation of on-site circulation needs and  alternatives for access of a Master Plan for a 3,555,000-square foot medical campus with hospital, medical office, retail, commercial, hotel and residential land uses on 236 acres within the March Joint Powers Authority redevelopment area being designed by HOK.

Laguna Hills Mall Redevelopment:  TIA to determine potential impacts and consistency with Laguna Hills General Plan for the redevelopment of the existing Laguna Mall, including the addition of a multi-plex theater, fitness center and dining options.

Tuscana Village Specific Plan: Due diligence transportation evaluation of potential access to a site on the northwest corner of Riverside Drive and Milliken Avenue in the City of Ontario, with focus on opportunities and constraints for access to/from Riverside and Milliken Avenue. Subsequently prepared a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) to determine potential environmental impacts for a two-phase development of approximately 1 million square feet of commercial office and retail development and 200 apartments.

Rancho Del Chino Specific Plan: Traffic Impact Analysis for a proposed Specific Plan in the City of Chino for Panattoni Development Company.  The Specific Plan included three specific areas – Easterly portion, an industrial development which required specific evaluation of truck access; Northerly portion, a retail development; and the Southerly portion, a mixed-use retail and hotel development. Subsequent to the Specific Plan TIA, prepared separate traffic and circulation evaluations of potential users within the Specific Plan, including a detailed “shared parking” analysis necessary to show that the proposed hotel, in concert with other uses, would be adequately served by parking.

March LifeCare Campus Specific Plan: A two-phase Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) for the environmental review and certification of the proposed redevelopment of 236 acres in the northeast area of the March Joint Powers Authority (JPA).  Project includes a mix of over 3 million square feet of hospital, medical office, retail, commercial, hotel and residential land uses.  Analysis included Opening Year and Horizon Year projections and LOS analysis at 30 intersections and on 35 roadway segments under 6 different jurisdictions (JPA, City of Moreno Valley, City of Perris, City of Riverside, County of Riverside and Caltrans); identification of mitigation measures and coordination with each jurisdiction as to implementation and phasing of proposed improvements.  The Specific Plan was approved and its EIR certified in 2009.

Piemonte at Ontario Center Specific Plan:  Assisted Panattoni Development Company and City of Ontario in developing the Piemonte Specific Plan, including 1.1 million square foot of mixed commercial land uses and approximately 1,000 apartments/condos.  Tasks included:
1) Determining compliance with Ontario Center Specific Plan;
2) Localized traffic and circulation analysis for the proposed Specific Plan  as designed by Architects Orange and including access to the City of Ontario’s Entertainment and Sports Arena (now operational);
3)”Shared parking” analyses for the Specific Plan; and
4) Detailed circulation, access and parking analyses for different parcels, such as the residential area designed by Toll Brothers, and the Home Depot-anchored parcels designed by Greenberg Farrow Architects.

PEER REVIEWS

Peer Reviews

Peer Review of Traffic Studies and Circulation for Meredith International Center Specific Plan Amendment: Assisted City of Ontario in developing Scope of Work for Traffic Impact Analysis for the Specific Plan Amendment, review of Screen Check Drafts of TIA for DEIR, review of public comments and responses on TIA, review of on-site circulation and access for 200-acre property, and general consultation on DEIR development and consistency with City of Ontario Mobility Element.

Peer Review of Parking Demand for Laguna Hills Mall Redevelopment Project:  Review of parking analysis conducted by others to ensure that adequate “shared” parking exists to accommodate new land uses (including a multi-plex theater and fitness center) within the Laguna Hills Mall property.

Peer Review of Centrerpointe/Harbor Freight Expansion Project:  As consultant to City of Moreno Valley, review traffic impact analysis and environmental documents prepared for the addition of 1,200,000 square feet of high-cube warehouse development along Cactus Avenue.  Critical issues included truck trip generation and access, potential impacts on I-2015 freeway and timing of Cactus Avenue improvements.

Review of Consistency with General Plan Buildout in City of Laguna Hills:  Consulting provided to City of Laguna Hills to determine if proposed developments in Laguna Hills and Laguna Woods would generate inconsistencies with the General Plan Update as relating to projected traffic conditions.

Peer Review of OakBrook Village TIA:  Assisted City of Laguna Niguel and environmental consultant in reviewing the adequacy of a traffic study prepared by the developer for a multi-use (residential, office and retail) redevelopment project within a specific plan area with capped development potential per the updated General Plan.

Peer Review of Orangethorpe – Beach Mixed-Use Project: As consultant to the City of Buena Park, reviewed traffic impact studies, access opportunities and constraints and improvement plans proposed by consultants for the developer of this complex project at one of the most congested intersections in Orange County.

Peer Review of Lancaster Wal-Mart Traffic Impact Study: As part of Wal-Mart’s development and environmental team for this proposed project, reviewed traffic impact analysis and circulation section of EIR prepared by the City of Lancaster’s consultant and provided input to ensure legal adequacies of documents as they related to traffic issues.  Developed methodologies and estimates of “fair-share” participation of Project in off-site improvements.

Due Diligence Analyses: Evaluated potential transportation constraints and opportunities for various projected for Panattoni Development Company in the cities of Ontario, Corona, and Indio.

Peer Review of Big Box Ordinance: Reviewed proposed Ordinance in City of San Diego for Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden.

Glendora Residential Project:  At the request of City of Glendora, provided analyses and input to provide efficient and safe access to a residential tract west of Barranca Avenue and north of the proposed Gold Line.

 “Fair-Share” Participation for Artesia Boulevard: As consultant to the City of Buena Park, reviewed improvement plans for Artesia Boulevard, provided suggestions for enhanced capacity and operations and determined “fair-share” participation for development projects anticipated to use the corridor.

Due Diligence Analyses: Peer review of traffic studies and circulation documents prepared for others in anticipation of lawsuit regarding entitlements on project in Indio Jackson Retail Center and performed independent evaluations and recommendations on traffic issues relating to development.

RESIDENTIAL

Residential

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Tuscana Village Specific Plan: Due diligence transportation evaluation of potential access to a site on the northwest corner of Riverside Drive and Milliken Avenue in the City of Ontario, with focus on opportunities and constraints for access to/from Riverside and Milliken Avenue. Subsequently prepared a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) to determine potential environmental impacts for a two-phase development of approximately 1 million square feet of commercial office and retail development and 200 apartments.

Monterey Station Residential Project: TIA for a dense residential project in the City of Pomona.  Emphasis was on proximity to the Gold Line Station, and traffic operations to ensure efficient pedestrian, vehicular and truck access.

Olson Property Traffic Impact Study: Traffic impact analysis for the proposed reuse of a site in Buena Park.  Issues included potential off-site traffic impacts and on-site circulation and access.

SCHOOLS, PARKS AND PUBLIC USE

Schools, Parks and Public Use

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Val Verde School District: Traffic Impact Analyses for several schools in the City of Perris, including May Ranch Elementary, Perris West End Middle School and South East High School.  Focus on pedestrian accessibility and on-site circulation with efficient student drop-off/pick-up facilities and staff and visitor parking.

TRANSIT/TRANSIT-RELATED

Transit/Transit-Related

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Monterey Station Residential Project: Traffic Impact Analysis for a dense residential project in the City of Pomona.  Emphasis was on proximity to the Gold Line Station, and traffic operations to ensure efficient pedestrian, vehicular and truck access. Review of developer’s parking plans and on-site circulation.

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