Downtown Gainesville late-night and
weekend on-street parking study. Buckholz Traffic was retained by the City of Gainesville to determine
whether or not on-street weekend parking could be provided along University Avenue
and Main Street
in Downtown Gainesville. The envisioned
purpose of the parking is to increase the attractiveness of business located in
Downtown Gainesville, especially the many restaurants and nightclubs frequented
mainly by University
of Florida students. An engineering analysis was conducted and
corresponding recommendations made for accommodating on-street parking in a
safe and efficient manner.
study for Boston's World Trade
Center and Fish Pier. An analysis of
future parking demand versus available supply was prepared by 5‑year
intervals. A structured parking facility
was recommended to handle expected parking demand increases due to future
collection for Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. A parking turnover and occupancy study was
completed along Commercial
Boulevard in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea,
parking lot conceptual design. A conceptual design was completed for a new
300 space parking lot to serve a day cruise ship docked in Jacksonville, Florida.
analysis for Merrill Road
widening. An analysis of shopping center parking
requirements was conducted as part of an FDOT condemnation case along Merrill Road in Jacksonville, Florida. The number of parking spaces that would be
lost to the widening was identified through this analysis.
collection for an ice skating rink in Coral
Springs. A parking turnover and occupancy study was
completed for an existing indoor ice skating rink located in Coral Springs, Florida
Design of an
access system and internal roadway system for Ohio's newest state park. A linear regression model was developed for
forecasting attendance and associated traffic.
Internal park roadways, activity parking areas, and the camper check‑in
area were all designed to be visually pleasing and to minimize disruption to
the environment. The camper check-in
area included a convenient pull-thru parking system for long-vehicles.
analysis for Delray Beach. A parking
turnover and occupancy study was completed for roadways and lots located near
the beach-front intersection of SR A1A and Atlantic Boulevard in Delray Beach,
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