Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared traffic, parking and circulation studies for The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in the Miracle Mile community of the City of Los Angeles, California.  The Project, located at the western edge of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art campus, includes a museum dedicated to films and filmmaking and includes permanent and changing exhibition space, several theaters with a combined seating capacity of up to 1,350 seats, banquet and conference space, a Museum Store, a Museum Café, and other ancillary spaces.  The Project involves the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the original May Company Building and construction of a new wing containing an elevated spherical building that would house the main theater with approximately 1,000 seats, among other areas.


Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared the transportation impact report for the expansion of The Citadel Outlets shopping center in Commerce, California. The expansion added shops and restaurants in an outdoor configuration and included the construction of a nine-level parking structure.


Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared a traffic impact fee update for the City of Arcadia to determine the appropriate trip-based traffic impact fee to charge future projects in the City based on the projected traffic growth and the required transportation improvements to support that growth. The update involved projecting traffic growth for the City over a 20-year period based on known projects, regional growth, and General Plan land use designations


Gibson Transportation Consulting conducted an extensive analysis of current trip generation patterns at The City of Hope Main Campus and prepared a detailed traffic impact study, according to City of Duarte criteria, for the proposed Campus Plan Project. Gibson Transportation Consulting continues to provide consulting services to City of Hope.


Gibson Transportation Consulting serves as the City Traffic Engineer for the City of Monrovia and, in that capacity, has conducted a wide variety of transportation planning, engineering, and operational studies, including traffic impact studies, parking analyses, speed survey studies, school safety studies, and review of plans and reports.  With the opening of the Metro Gold Line Monrovia Station in 2016, our focus on transit oriented development included districtwide shared parking studies for the area around the station to allow the development of a large restaurant complex and future considerations for residential and retail developments.


Gibson Transportation Consulting staff has been involved in the development of The Disneyland Resort® for over 35 years. Gibson Transportation Consulting staff prepared the transportation impact study for The Disneyland Resort® Master Plan, which also included development of a Circulation Master Plan, a Traffic Management Plan during construction, and planning and development for an intermodal transportation center. We have prepared traffic impact analyses for a variety of parking projects within The Disneyland Resort®, including the Harbor Cast Member Lot, two expansions to the Toy Story Guest Lot, a conversion of the Katella Cast Member Lot to a guest lot, and the Eastern Gateway project. We have conducted a transportation impact analysis for Disney’s Four-Diamond Hotel Project along Disneyland Drive and provided extensive consultation services to Disney on Resort transportation, circulation, parking, queuing, transit, and passenger loading.


When the Los Angeles Dodgers announced its intention to renovate and improve the entire stadium complex, Gibson Transportation Consulting joined the Project design team to help develop a phased multi-modal transportation improvement plan that would meet both the aesthetic and operational needs of the facility. On-site parking, vehicular, pedestrian, and transit access and circulation improvements were designed as part of this effort. In addition to the on-site improvements, Gibson Transportation Consulting also reviewed the off-site traffic circulation and the Dodger Stadium Express operation in detail in order to develop a comprehensive strategy to improve the overall arrival and departure experience for all Dodgers fans.


Gibson Transportation Consulting managed the transportation and parking planning effort and assisted in the development of design alternatives and analysis approaches for the Dubai Parks Project, a themed entertainment resort district consisting of multiple theme parks, several hotels, and several million square feet of retail, dining, and entertainment space in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.


Gibson Transportation Consulting led the shared parking analysis of the award-winning FTC Specific Plan Project and helped to develop the parking code requirements in the Specific Plan. The FTC Specific Plan is a guide for the development of the FTC into a sustainable, mixed-use transit oriented neighborhood with housing, commercial and office space, and potentially a hotel in the approximately 16 blocks immediately adjacent to downtown Fullerton.


Gibson Transportation Consulting worked with the City of San Marino to prepare traffic, parking and circulation studies for The Huntington Education and Visitor Center Project, which included the creation of new gardens, courtyard areas, a 400-seat new Lecture Hall, classrooms, food services, meeting rooms, library collection storage, and ticketing offices, as well as enhancements to the existing Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens such as the redevelopment of facilities, parking, and landscaping, as well as other improvements in the entry complex area.


Gibson Transportation Consulting was part of the planning team testing the traffic, parking, and access impacts of the land use alternatives under consideration. We reviewed and commented on the land use and site plan and tested the development to determine the appropriate size of the development in terms of trip generation and impacts in order to help refine the project description. Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared the traffic impact analysis, including analysis of 108 study intersections and numerous Caltrans facilities, for inclusion in the Draft Environmental Impact Report.


Gibson Transportation Consulting served as a member of a study team to develop an expansion plan for Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. As the hub of the rail system in Los Angeles, Union Station is nearing its capacity to serve additional passengers. Rail service in Southern California continues to grow and Union Station must change to accommodate that growth. New service and additional tracks to/from the facility require new bridges over the US 101 freeway to the south and upgraded bridges to the north. The interior of the facility also has to be extensively remodeled to increase its ability to handle more passengers. Gibson Transportation Consulting studied construction impacts as part of the environmental impact report process.


Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared traffic, parking, and circulation studies for the LACMA Building for the Permanent Collection Project in Hancock Park and the Miracle Mile community of the City of Los Angeles, California. The Project includes a new museum building with a portion spanning Wilshire Boulevard that would replace four buildings within LACMA East. In addition, Gibson Transportation Consulting provided support in the design of the proposed parking garage, passenger loading areas, and pedestrian enhancements, as well as the analysis of construction traffic.


Gibson Transportation Consulting staff members have worked on a variety of traffic and parking assignments for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum over the past 15 years, evaluating parking supply and operations, driveway operations and connections to the I-110 Express Lanes, special event traffic operations plans, and annual reviews of sports and entertainment venues in Southern California to determine the market rate for parking fees for special events.


Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared a transportation impact study and provided design consultation for The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, to be located along the western edge of Exposition Park in Los Angeles, California. The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, funded by George Lucas and his family, is dedicated to all forms of visual storytelling, including narrative painting, illustration, photography, film, animation, and digital art. It will include amenities such as a sit-down restaurant, state-of-the-art cinema theatres, lecture halls and digital classrooms, and event space. The building itself is designed to appear to float above the surrounding landscape and will be constructed over subterranean parking.


Gibson Transportation Consulting staff prepared the transportation study for the NBCUniversal Evolution Plan, which included a Transportation Demand Management program, regional and sub-regional highway system improvements, transit system improvements, and specific intersection improvements. The study included detailed analysis of the transit system serving the project site, pedestrian and bicycle linkages to Universal Studios, neighborhood intrusion impacts, site access and internal circulation, planning and design of a new freeway on-ramp to US 101, construction impacts, truck haul routes, and shared parking between the proposed uses.  Gibson Transportation Consulting continues to work with NBCUniversal on various master planning projects.


Gibson Transportation Consulting has completed a number of studies for Pepperdine University at its main and satellite campuses. We conducted a full parking inventory and occupancy study of the main campus to document the supply and to measure the parking usage pattern throughout the day. We also observed Pepperdine’s graduation ceremonies, where campus traffic and parking capacities are stretched to the limits, and made immediate action, short-range, and long-range recommendations for handling the crowds. Shuttle bus routes, guide signs, pedestrian improvements, and traffic control strategies were all implemented to ease the flow of traffic and enhance the visitor experience. Gibson Transportation Consulting also conducted traffic and parking studies for a new satellite campus in Calabasas.


Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared a Parking Master Plan for the Waterfront Area of the Port of Los Angeles. The area includes cruise ship terminals, visitor attractions, the Ports O’ Call retail center, beaches, marinas, recreation areas, and commercial employment.


Gibson Transportation Consulting staff has worked with the University of Redlands since the 1990s in preparing its overall campus master plan and updates to that plan to create better accessibility and connectivity within the campus, on the neighboring streets, and throughout the community. Gibson Transportation Consulting worked with the University to assist in the planning of the light rail station serving the University. We evaluated a number of alternate locations for the station and recommended a preferred location for the station that would provide the best connectivity to the campus for both pedestrian and bicyclist commuters.


Gibson Transportation Consulting provides a variety of transportation planning, parking, and entitlement services for the University of Southern California at its University Park and Health Sciences campuses, including the development of Master Plans for both campuses and the analysis of short-range and long-range parking and traffic issues.


Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared traffic and parking analyses for The Village at Westfield Topanga, a proposed development of nearly 1,028,000 square feet of mixed-use development including retail, office, and hotel uses. Since project entitlement in 2012, Gibson Transportation Consulting continues to coordinate with Westfield, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, and the California Department of Transportation to implement the roadway improvements that make up the mitigation program for the project.


Gibson Transportation Consulting prepared the transportation impact report for the Wilshire Grand Center, a 73-story skyscraper and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Wilshire Grand Center, in downtown Los Angeles, is comprised of 372,000 sf of office space, an 889-room Intercontinental Hotel, and retail and restaurant space.