Alameda District Plan

Union Station & Terminal Annex, Los Angeles

The Mobility Group staff developed a Transportation Master Plan for the redevelopment of the Union Station and Terminal Annex properties in downtown Los Angeles.   The Alameda District Plan was a master plan compromising 65 acres and as much as 10.8 million square feet in mixed-use development, serving as many as 40,000 employees..  We assisted EE&E in complex site planning for access/egress to new development and to the existing and planned transit facilities at Union Station.  We developed multimodal transportation strategies to support future development at site, and integrated them with regional rail transit plans for Union Station as a major transit hub for downtown L.A. The Plan included extensive use of planned rail and bus transit, transportation demand management program, parking, traffic circulation recommendations, and freeway interchange improvements.  Strategies were aimed at reducing automobile use by attaining high transit and rideshare usage to site.  We conducted all transportation and parking studies, the Transportation Study for the EIR and developed a Transportation Plan and Mitigation program for the entitlement of the project.   We subsequently worked on implementation of the plan, including studies supporting the Metro (LACMTA) and MWD office buildings at Union Station, as well as the Gateway Bus Plaza .

Alameda District Plan

Union Station & Terminal Annex, Los Angeles

The Mobility Group staff developed a Transportation Master Plan for the redevelopment of the Union Station and Terminal Annex properties in downtown Los Angeles.   The Alameda District Plan was a master plan compromising 65 acres and as much as 10.8 million square feet in mixed-use development, serving as many as 40,000 employees..  We assisted EE&E in complex site planning for access/egress to new development and to the existing and planned transit facilities at Union Station.  We developed multimodal transportation strategies to support future development at site, and integrated them with regional rail transit plans for Union Station as a major transit hub for downtown L.A. The Plan included extensive use of planned rail and bus transit, transportation demand management program, parking, traffic circulation recommendations, and freeway interchange improvements.  Strategies were aimed at reducing automobile use by attaining high transit and rideshare usage to site.  We conducted all transportation and parking studies, the Transportation Study for the EIR and developed a Transportation Plan and Mitigation program for the entitlement of the project.   We subsequently worked on implementation of the plan, including studies supporting the Metro (LACMTA) and MWD office buildings at Union Station, as well as the Gateway Bus Plaza .