From our Charlotte office, Wells + Associates serves clients throughout the Southeast with traffic engineering and design, transportation planning, parking, TDM consulting, and shared mobility services. We work with developers, property owners and managers, institutions, and municipalities to deliver innovative transportation solutions.
Our team members are known for their ability to integrate our transportation expertise into our clients’ and partners’ multidisciplinary teams, helping developments cross the finish line. We pride ourselves on delivering innovative transportation solutions in concert with a wide range of professionals, including:
- civil engineers
- land use attorneys, and
- department of transportation personnel
W+A’s experience across the Southeast into the mid-Atlantic is wide-ranging, including:
- traffic and parking studies
- traffic analyses for mixed-use developments
- parking assessments for new projects
- envisioning multimodal systems for transit-oriented developments
- building transportation demand management (TDM) programs to reduce vehicle trips and improve transportation choices, and
- managing intersection and traffic circulation studies
Our lead traffic engineer in the region is John Schick, PTP. Based in Charlotte, John is a certified Professional Transportation Planner. Our team includes Professional Engineers licensed in North Carolina.
Transportation Consulting and Traffic Engineering in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the Southeast
Across the state and in each client engagement, our goal is to create multimodal transportation plans and parking solutions that result in innovative, creative, and useful designs for our clients’ projects, including:
- new transit-oriented developments
- commercial real estate projects
- residential communities
- retail sites, and
- mixed-use developments
Traffic Engineering and Transportation Planning
We provide a full range of traffic engineering and transportation planning services to private real estate developers, commercial enterprises, public agencies, and institutions such as universities and schools. For nearly 30 years, Wells + Associates successfully completed more than 8,000 traffic engineering and planning projects in nearly every state in the country.
Charlotte Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and Shared Mobility Planning
As one of the fastest growing cities in the country, Charlotte is beginning to make use of TDM strategies to manage growth and traffic.
Our TDM team plans, creates, promotes, and evaluates convenient alternatives to driving, to get cars off the road and/or out of your garage, to create work-life balance, and to reduce stress. We do so by changing travel behavior, particularly at peak commute hours. Our TDM project work helps increase density and reduce parking construction costs while fostering transit-oriented development, complete streets, walkable activity centers, livability and sustainability initiatives.
Parking Design and Studies
We analyze, design, and modernize parking facilities not simply because they are integral parts of the entire transportation ecosystem, but because they are crucial to creating better office, residential, commercial, educational, and healthcare experiences. Our work ranges from parking systems that are still a concept on paper to facilities that have outlived their usefulness and need modernization.
Traffic Design Services
Our traffic design team works with a focus on Complete Street design principles. With extensive project experience across the United States, our engineers and designers have experience across the full range of traffic design, including:
- traffic signal warrant studies
- design of new traffic control devices
- traffic signal installation
- pedestrian signal crossing plans
- modification of existing installations due to changing traffic patterns and use
- street lighting
Contact our Charlotte Transportation Team
John A. Schick, PTP
Senior Associate | (704) 951-5650
Based in Charlotte, John Schick, PTP, manages traffic impact analyses, parking studies, and the development of multimodal transportation choices for residential, commercial, mixed-use, and transit-oriented projects in the Carolinas, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, and beyond.
Principal | (301) 971-3420
Justin Schor has over two decades of forward-thinking Transportation Demand Management (TDM) experience in communities all over the United States. His skills span planning, developing, and implementing award-winning transportation solutions. He is the co-author of the Urban Land Institute’s book, Building a Multimodal Future: Connecting Real Estate Development and Transportation Demand Management to Ease Gridlock.