Pacific / Randolph & Florence / Salt Lake - Station Area Plans
Station Area Plan 2022 February Draft
Equity Study - Pacific Randolph & Florence Salt Lake
Pedestrian access and mobility in the vicinity of the proposed Florence-Salt Lake and Pacific-Randolph transit stations, Huntington Park, CA: three scenarios
INFRASTRUCTURE STUDY FOR HUNTINGTON PARK STATION AREA PLAN Huntington Park, CA
Market Study for Pacific/Randolph Station and Florence/ Salt Lake Station
Existing Conditions for Pacific / Randolph and Florence / Salt Lake Station Areas
Huntington Park Station Area Plans
Climate Action Plan for Transportation Infrastructure
â—‹ West Santa Ana Branch Transit Oriented Development Strategic Implementation Plan (TOD SIP).
â—‹ Paramount / South Gate Station Area Plan.
â—‹ Strategic Implementation Plan.
â—‹ Metro Overview of the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 SB 1 (Beall & Frazier) / ACA 5 (Frazier & Newman).
â—‹ Ten Principles for Successful Public/Private Partnerships.
â—‹ Implications of Additional Northern Alignment Alternatives.
â—‹ West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor / Manjeet Ranu.
â—‹ LA Transit: Core Connections.
â—‹ Measures Matter - Ensuring Equitable Implementation of Los Angeles County Measures.
â—‹ Sustainable Transit Oriented Corridor / Lillian Burkenheim.
â—‹ Station Area Concepts - Huntington Park, Cudahy, South Gate, Downey/AECOM.
â—‹ Corridor & Strategic Transport Planning / Phill Worth, Principal Planner, Kittelson & Associates.
â—‹ Southeast LA Transportation Study, USC, Dr. Genevieve Giuliano, University of Southern California.
â—‹ Paramount / South Gate Station Area Plan.
â—‹ Expo Phase II, Division 14 LRT Operations and Maintenance Facility Santa Monica, CA.
â—‹ Metro Rail System Presentation.
â—‹ The Architecture and Urbanism of Transit-Oriented Development. Michael Dieden and Vinayak Bharne
â—‹ West Santa Ana Branch Grade Crossing Methodology Manjeet Ranu, Metro Senior Executive Officer.
â—‹ Measure M Early Project Delivery Strategy Fanny Pan, Senior Director Sub-Regional Planning Metro.
â—‹ West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor Manjeet Ranu, Metro Senior Executive Officer.
â—‹ Eco-Rapid Transit and USC / Braulio Hoyos, USC Graduate Student.
â—‹ First/Last Mile Planning and ImplementationJacob Lieb, Metro.
â—‹ Verdugo Corridor Feasibility Study (Los Angeles - Glendale - Burbank)Metro.
â—‹ Link Union Station / Metro
â—‹ SCAG presentation / by Hasan Ikhrata, SCAG Executive Director.
â—‹ North Hollywood to Pasadena BRT Corridor Technical Studyby Martha Butler, Director of Regional Transportation Planning Metro.
â—‹ Metro: West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridorby Fanny Pan, Senior Director Sub-Regional Planning Metro.
â—‹ Parking Management / by Michael Kodama, Eco-Rapid Transit, Executive Director.
â—‹ Overview of Urban Railway in Tokyo Japan delegation.
â—‹ Lessons from Japan / Eco-Rapid Transit.
â—‹ Los Angeles River / Maria Camacho, Director of External Affairs River LA.
â—‹ Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan / Bruno Naulls, City of Lynwood.
â—‹ West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor | Technical Refinement Study.
â—‹ M_SRTP Financial Update (July) / Karen Heit, Eco-Rapid Transit, Deputy Executive Director.
â—‹ Strategic Transportation Plan Update (July) / Michael Snavely, Cambridge Systematics, Inc..
â—‹ Transportation Land Use Study (June) Nancy Michali, AECOM.
â—‹ Metro: Regional Rail Overview, ECO â€ RAPID TRANSIT MeetingDon Sepulveda, P.E., Executive Officer Regional Rail.
â—‹ Preserving Industrial Land Near Transit Lines in Los Angeles County / Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation.
â—‹ Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts - A Mechanism to Finance Eco-Rapid TransitUniversity of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy.
â—‹ WSAB Refinement Study Parsons Brinckerhoff, Cityworks Design, Anil Verma Associates, Inc., Epic Land Solutions, Inc., Lenax Construction Services Inc.University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy.
â—‹ Gateway Cities Maximum Transit Scenario Assessment / Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
â—‹ Gateway Cities Parkâ€andâ€Ride Assessment / Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
â—‹ Gateway Cities Transit AssessmentCambridge Systematics, Inc.
â—‹ Strategic Transportation Plan / Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
â—‹ California High Speed Rail: A-Transformative Investment in California's Future.
â—‹ Urban Rail: Opportunities & Challenges Ed P. Reyes.
â—‹ Gateway Cities Strategic Transportation Plan Jerry R. Wood, Director of Transportation and Engineering, Gateway Cities Council of Governments.
â—‹ SCAG Compass Blueprint Overview Marco Anderson, Regional Planner, SCAG.
â—‹ City of Cerritos: 2010 Most Business Friendly City Torrey Contreras, ASLA, Director of Community Development, City of Cerritos.
â—‹ California High Speed Rail Project, Los Angeles to Anaheim - Train Station Operational and Ridership Analyses Summaries Jerry R. Wood, Director of Transportation and Engineering, Gateway Cities Council of Governments.
â—‹ Downtown Newhall Specific Plan - Vista Canyon.
â—‹ Congestion Hot Spots for the SR-91/I605/I405 Corridor Jerry R. Wood, Director of Transportation and Engineering, Gateway Cities Council of Governments.
â—‹ Pacific Electric's Santa Ana Line and Los Angeles
Railway's J & V Lines Matthew Barrett, Metro.
â—‹ Fostering Transit-Oriented Development in the
San Francisco Bay Area Valerie Knepper, Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
â—‹ Public-Private Transactions for Transit-Oriented Development Larry J. Kosmont, CRE, President & CEO, Kosmont Companies.
â—‹ City of South Gate Firestone and Atlantic Station Area Plan Community Design + Architecture.
â—‹ Pacific Electric's Glendale Burbank Line Matthew Barrett, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
â—‹ Commuter Parking Verus Transit-Oriented Development Richard Willson and Val Menotti.
â—‹ Priority Development Area (PDA) Elements, Description and Guidance Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
â—‹ Evaluating Parking Structure Proposals Context Sensitive Framework Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
â—‹ Parking Structure Technical Report: Challenges, Opportunities,
and Best Practices Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
â—‹ South Gate Environmental Justice / Caltrans, March 2013.
â—‹ Transportation Land Use Federal Planning Grant.
â—‹ Alternative Analysis / SCAG.
Pacific Electricâ€™s Santa Ana Line and Los Angeles Railwayâ€™s J & V Lines/ Matthew Barrett, Metro.