Emily Wong, P.E.
Emily Wong has over seven years of experience on a variety of traffic impact, parking, site access,
and circulation analysis projects in Southern California that required analysis of intersections,
freeways, alternative transportation modes, and construction periods, as well as field data collection.
Emily is currently conducting technical analyses for Crossroads Hollywood, 1020 S. Figueroa Street, and numerous mixed-use developments in Los Angeles and West Hollywood.
Emily is also working with the Miracle Mile and La Brea Hanconck Park neighborhoods to develop neighborhood traffic management plans.
Recently completed projects include transportation studies for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, the Downtown
Los Angeles South Park Project, 8899 Beverly Boulevard, and the award-winning Memphis Aerotropolis: Airport City
Master Plan in Memphis, Tennessee. Emily has also conducted on-going parking analyses for Westfield Topanga and
The Village at Westfield Topanga.
Emily has also assisted in the technical analyses of traffic studies including the NBCUniversal Studios
Evolution Plan, Oakwood School, and various projects in Hollywood.
Before joining GTC, Emily served an internship at the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, where
she revised street standard drawings and assisted with the planning of alternative modes of
transportation and bikeways for the City of Los Angeles.
Emily is a certified Engineer-in-Training with the State of California.
Bachelor of Science,
University of California, Irvine
Women's Transportation Seminar