Senior Associate

Emily Wong has eight years of experience on a variety of transportation impact, parking, site access, and circulation analyses that required analysis of intersections, freeways, alternative transportation modes, and construction periods.

Emily is currently serving as a project engineer and conducting transportation analyses and support for Crossroads Hollywood, 520 Mateo, Hollywood Central Park, Fig+Pico Conference Center Hotels, Keyes Honda Van Nuys, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, as well as numerous residential, commercial, and mixed-use developments in Los Angeles and West Hollywood. Recently completed projects include transportation studies for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, 1020 S. Figueroa Street, 8899 Beverly Boulevard, Lake on Wilshire, USC Child Care Center, and the award-winning Memphis Aerotropolis: Airport City Master Plan in Memphis, Tennessee.

Emily has worked with the Miracle Mile and La Brea Hancock Park neighborhoods to develop neighborhood traffic management plans, as well as with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority to evaluate various improvement measures to alleviate potential traffic, parking, and safety impacts to adjacent neighborhoods during the construction of the Purple Line Extension.

Born and raised in Southern California, Emily graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a degree in Civil Engineering.