LA Metro Link Union Station (Link US)
Los Angeles Union Station (LAUS) is Southern California’s primary transportation hub, connecting multiple counties with a combined population exceeding 20 million people. By 2040, over 200,000 passenger trips through LAUS each weekday are expected to occur.
Long Beach Municipal Urban Stormwater Treatment (LB-MUST)
Project will be designed to divert and treat polluted stormwater runoff prior to entering the Los Angeles River, or reuse as alternative water source. Diverted water will be treated at the LB-MUST facility. Portions of the treated water will sustain vegetation in the wetlands.
Metrolink Central Maintenance Facility Noise & Vibration Study
Long-term and short-term noise and vibration measurements to identify the sensitive receiver locations where existing CMF noise and vibration levels exceed the Federal Transit Authority (FTA) noise and vibration criteria by comparing the measured levels with the FTA thresholds.
LA Metro I-405 Expresslanes
Project Approval and Environmental Document (PA/ED) and Concept of Operations (ConOps) for the potential implementation of ExpressLanes on I-405 Sepulveda Pass between I-10 and US-101. Focus on hydraulics design and developing the water quality elements into the Stormwater Data Report, Multi-model Study, and Highway Planting Concepts.
LA METRO Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) Scenario Modeling
Developed visualizations to assist in presenting the Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) policy recommendations. Provided draft and final visualizations of discrete policy elements, primarily focused on presenting data on travel mode shifts and/or transit ridership changes associated with LRTP policies.
City of Glendora - Active Transportation Program (ATP) Grant Funding Application
Coordinated and submitted two California Transportation Commission (CTC) grant applications for the City of Glendora for their LA Metro Gold Line First/Last Mile improvements.