Janet Ye has over five years of experience conducting transportation studies, including analyses of traffic, parking, site access and circulation, construction impacts, alternative transportation modes and field data collection. 

Janet is currently conducting technical analyses for Mirman School, Westfield Promenade, and a number of mixed-use developments in Glendale, San Ramon, and West Hollywood and in the Downtown, Hollywood, Koreatown, and Warner Center communities of Los Angeles. She has assisted in traffic analyses for citizenM Hotel Hollywood, Crossroads Hollywood, Providence Tarzana Medical Center, USC Hillel Foundation, and the Vermont Corridor Mixed-Use Project, as well as projects in Los Angeles, Universal City, Van Nuys, and Watts. In addition, she has assisted in parking studies for ArtCenter College of Design, Santa Monica Airport, The Village at Westfield Topanga, and Flintridge Preparatory School.

Before joining GTC, Janet served an internship at the city of San Gabriel Public Works Department, where she conducted roadway field inspections and assisted in the reviews of engineering plans. She also managed the public outreach for the San Gabriel Boulevard Streetscape Project and assisted with the design of a new city parking facility.

A native Southern Californian, Janet graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a degree in Civil Engineering.