David Roachford conducts and reviews traffic impact and parking studies that require field data collection and analysis of intersections, site access and circulation. He also assists with neighborhood traffic management plans and bicycle and pedestrian safety plans.
David is currently conducting transportation and parking studies for a variety of mixed-use developments and commercial centers in Downtown Los Angeles, Koreatown, Chinatown, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Irvine, and Santa Clarita. Additionally, he has reviewed traffic studies for the City of Monrovia and shared parking studies for the City of Brea. Some of his more notable projects include studies for the University of Southern California, Bergamot Station Arts Center, Mack Urban South Park, and Westfield Valencia Town Center.
A native Texan, David graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Sustainable Planning and minor in Spatial Studies.
David’s senior thesis titled “Gentrification and Displacement in Los Angeles’ Rail Transit Neighborhoods” analyzed neighborhoods surrounding Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority stations to determine their socioeconomic changes over time. His work was presented at the 2017 Urban Affairs Association Conference in Minneapolis, MN.