Civic Projects is a strategic planning consulting firm that brings together forward thinking public policy and private sector innovation in mobility, urban planning, research, design and project integration. Civic Projects has DBE/SBE certification in California.
In a study for LA Metro of a connected network of Slow Zones in the South Bay of Los Angeles to encourage modes of less than 25 MPH for local trips, our focus is on crossings, sidewalks and a backbone network for NEVs and other slow modes, and setting the stage for pilots.
The Civic Projects Foundation published these lively essays and images from diverse contributors about the future of the car, the street, and public policy in Southern California.
For client SCAG Civic Projects developed an NEV Plan for Huntington Beach focused on enhancing district identity, with collaborators DCR and led by prime Gensler.
For the City of LA Controller's office, Civic Projects researched LAWA environmental sustainability metrics and community development issues, with a focus on LAX, as part of a team led by KH Consulting Group.
Area plan around Metro Crenshaw Green Line Station to promote pedestrian safety and access for bicycles and NEVs. The goal was to encourage travel by Metro by residents and to local employment centers and support local retail.
LA Metro worked with all COGs in the region to establish broad policy objectives for infrastructure planning priorities. This project focused on Central Los Angeles and the Westside.
Implementation planning for NEV share for a community center in Inglewood. SCAG was the client and the SBCCOG was the project lead.