PATRICK A. GIBSON, P.E., T.E., PTOE
Pat Gibson has nearly 50 years of experience in preparing traffic and parking analyses for both public and private sector projects, including event centers and stadia, theme parks, movie studios, schools and universities, hospitals and medical centers, office buildings, shopping centers, residential projects, and industrial uses.
Current and recent projects include Angel Stadium, Century City Center, The Disneyland Resort®, Dodger Stadium, Dubailand Theme Parks, The Huntington Library, LAX Northside Plan Update, Levi’s Stadium, Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, The Village at Westfield Topanga, Universal Studios Hollywood, University of Southern California, the Veterans Administration Long Beach Healthcare System, and Wilshire Grand Center. Pat also currently serves as the City Traffic Engineer for the City of Monrovia, California.
Pat began his career in Chicago, where he specialized in studies for regional shopping centers across the United States, new town transportation planning for towns in the Midwest and Canada, and large-scale traffic safety studies for the federal government. Pat came to California, first to San Jose and then to Southern California, to run his company’s traffic engineering and transportation planning practice.
Pat co-authored both editions of Shared Parking as well as Parking Requirements for Shopping Centers, 2nd Edition for the Urban Land Institute and International Council of Shopping Centers.
Pat was named Outstanding Transportation Educator by the Institute of Transportation Engineers Western District and was twice awarded the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department Lecturer of the Year at the University of California, Los Angeles.