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Wells + Associates empowers 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.
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
Do you think driving alone is the only safe way to commute to your building and are you concerned it will increase demand for parking? Are office shuttles safe? What socially distant mobility choices are... Read
On May 9, 2020, the City of Charlotte will launch Phase 1 of their Shared Streets program. According to the Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT) announcement, Shared Streets will designate select streets for wheelchair rolling,... Read
In the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown, real estate developers have been asking: can we still collect traffic counts and prepare traffic impact studies for our projects, despite the current reduction in traffic? The fact... Read
While everyone wants a world in which hotel businesses survive and thrive, one question that is being asked is: how many hotel and motel facilities will survive the pandemic and how many will need to... Read
For example, according to data released by Streetlight Data, vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in Washington, DC have decreased 85% since January 2020. Similarly, the Washington Metropolitan Transportation Authority (WMATA) has reported declines of as much... Read
Ronit Dancis, Director of the Transportation Management Association at Tysons Partnership, hosted the webinar. We encourage you to give it a listen/watch. Each person had a helpful perspective to offer on how individuals and organizations... 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