Parking Analysis

Twinbrook Station

Twinbrook Station

Rockville, MD

Twinbrook Commons is planned as a mixed-use, transit oriented village center, where residents can live, work, and play without using a car. Twinbrook Commons encompasses the east and west sides of the Twinbrook Metro station in the City of Rockville and Montgomery County. The site currently is occupied by 1,141 Metro park-and-ride spaces. 

The Village at Shirlington

The Village at Shirlington

Arlington, VA

Federal Realty Investment Trust retained W+A to conduct traffic and shared parking studies at the Village at Shirlington mixed-use development in Arlington County, VA. The existing development consisted of approximately 120,000 S.F. of retail space, much of which is vacant; 150,000 S.F. of office space; 45,000 S.F. of restaurants; and a 1,560-seat cinema. 

The Calvert

The Calvert

Alexandria, VA

The Calvert is located in Alexandria, VA on the west side of Mount Vernon Avenue, between Sanborn Place and Kennedy Street. It currently consists of 187 residential apartments and approximately 16,207 S.F. of retail/restaurant uses. The site is planned to be refurbished and expanded to provide a total of 332 apartments and 10,499 S.F. of retail space. It will be served by both surface and structured parking. However, due to the site configuration, a limited number of parking spaces can be provided on-site. A parking variance will be required. 

Anne Arundel Health System

Anne Arundel Health System

Annapolis, MD

In December 2001, Anne Arundel Medical Center, located in the Anne Arundel Health System’s Medical Park, greatly expanded with the opening of a new 277,000 S.F., six story Acute Care Pavilion in Annapolis, Maryland. 

Wells + Associates' traffic engineering team was retained by the Center to conduct a traffic impact analysis for the expansion of the campus, as well as the relocation of the existing Anne Arundel General Hospital to the new campus. 

FedEx Field

FedEx Field

Greater Landover, MD

Wells + Associates has consulted with the Redskins on traffic engineering, parking, and transit matters since 1993 when the owner, Jack Kent Cooke, decided to relocate from the outmoded RFK Stadium to a new stadium in suburban Maryland.

Lab School

Lab School

Washington, DC

Founded in 1967 by Sally L. Smith, The Lab School of Washington is internationally recognized for its innovative programs for children and adults with learning disabilities. The Lab School offers individualized instruction to students in kindergarten through 12th grade. The school employs approximately 195 faculty and staff, and enrolls 375 students at its Reservoir Road and Foxhall Road campuses.