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For 30 years, Wells + Associates has empowered people by improving access and mobility. We keep people moving and improve networks with sustainable Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning, and leading-edge Transportation Demand Management (TDM) solutions. Based in the Washington, DC region, we work on projects across the United States. We also serve clients with our Denver-based transportation consultants and our Charlotte-based TDM and transportation team.
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Wells + Associates' traffic engineering team manages traffic and transportation challenges for clients across the country. We provide a full range of traffic engineering services to private real estate developers, public agencies, and institutions such as universities and schools, and have completed more than 7,000 projects in 39 states, the District of Columbia, and five foreign countries.Learn How Traffic Engineering Can Help You
Transportation Planning is the process of defining and guiding the goals, investments, and designs that efficiently move people and goods to their destinations. We prepare transportation master plans for private organizations and public agencies, downtowns, central business districts, large land parcels, institutions, cities, towns, and sub-regions.Learn How Transportation Planning Can Help You
Transportation Demand Management
Transportation Demand Management consultants encourage and design alternatives to driving. Such outcomes benefit commuters, companies and organizations, and communities. W+A's TDM consulting team provides a full range of services, from planning, to implementation, to measurement, to help organizations take advantage of modes they may not even be thinking of – all while enhancing quality of life.Learn How TDM Programs Can Help You
We are the only transportation consultant you will ever need. W+A sets the pace in traffic engineering and transportation planning. And we lead the way in behavioral change that dramatically reduces traffic congestion and brings calm to stressful lives. We are making the world better one forward-thinking community at a time.
Years of Service
Background: The Benefits of TDM Plans for Charlotte Developments Transportation Demand Management (TDM) is a set of strategies that influence travel behavior by mode of transportation, frequency, time, route, or trip length to reduce single-occupancy... Read
While Jim has nationwide experience in the transportation planning profession, he has a particular expertise in handling cutting-edge urban transportation projects and issues, including significant experience in the District of Columbia. Our principal Jami Milanovich... Read
Loopnet’s article, “Public Transit Safety Measures Hope To Help Commercial Real Estate Reopen,” researched and written by W+A’s Camille Galdes, delves into why subway and trains across the country are indeed safe spaces that pose... Read
What Has Changed in the Updated Zoning Ordinance? As we’ve been tracking the progress of the County’s zMOD initiative, we note that little has actually changed with regard to specific standards and regulations that impact... Read
While today is the official opening of our Charlotte office, our work on the ground in Charlotte has been in process since mid-2020, when our Senior Associate John Schick relocated to the region. Despite the... Read
Update: June 29, 2021 Fresh Air Every Three Minutes on Washington, DC’s Metrorail Fresh Air. From outside the train. Completely refreshed every three minutes. That’s what WMATA’s new video and TV ad assures riders about... Read
Since 2012, BreakShuttle has successfully provided safe and reliable academic break transportation at colleges and universities throughout New England, the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, the South, and Texas. BreakShuttle brings a trusted shared mobility solution to college campuses by providing direct, reliable, safe, and affordable transportation during academic breaks.Learn More About BreakShuttle