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Wells + Associates

  • Booth: 1038

Connecting your tenants with transportation amenities


Many office and residential properties were built with a car-oriented, twentieth-century mindset, with few amenities and at a distance from transit. Increasingly, these facilities face greater competition for tenants from properties that are more modern or are located near transit lines.

If this describes your property, how do you:

- maximize parking supply,
- lower vacancies,
- attract the growing ranks of millennial residents and workers, and
- successfully compete with transit-oriented options?

Our Connect+ services helps you increase the value of your properties and assets by connecting them with green transportation amenities such as:  

- Bike Storage
- Bikeshare Stations
- Ride-hailing & Shuttles
- Transit Info Screens

Connect+ has served over 12,000 tenants. Contact us for help offering transportation amenities that will make your building more accessible for tenants who want more, greener transportation choices.

Brands: W+A sets the pace in creating transportation choices + building better traffic solutions through Sustainable Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering.

 Show Specials

  • Stop by Booth #1038 to try your luck at guessing your property's TransitScore.

    Winners will receive a free prize and consultation for how to improve your TransitScore with enhanced transportation amenities.

 Press Releases

  • For more information, contact: Justin Schor at 202-680-4513;

    WASHINGTON (May 28, 2019) – Transportation demand management (TDM) policies that require access to travel options as part of the development process can be highly effective in the creation of communities that provide mixed-use, higher density development without increasing traffic congestion, according to a new publication from the Urban Land Institute (ULI).

    Building a Multimodal Future, written by BOMA member and TDM expert Justin B. Schor, principal at Wells + Associates; provides an in-depth look at TDM best practices, including the implementation of TDM in conjunction with the permitting or rezoning process. According to the authors, instead of expanding or adding thoroughfares to accommodate the influx of residents living in higher-density environments (and likely creating more congestion), TDM focuses on the most efficient use of existing transportation systems that can be achieved by influencing usage through user incentives as well as consistent enforcement of TDM policies.

    TDM applications, including the effectiveness of enforcement and achievement of goals, are examined in ten communities: Arlington County, Virginia; Bloomington, Minnesota; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Contra Costa County, California; Eden Prairie, Minnesota; Fairfax County, Virginia; Lexington, Massachusetts; Mountain View, California; Seattle, Washington; and Snohomish County, Washington. Based on the experiences of these communities, the authors developed six best practices for crafting a TDM policy:

    • Focus on achieving the outcome by allowing flexibility in tactics, rather than implementing rigid policies that can quickly become obsolete;
    • Establish quantifiable performance goals not just to determine progress toward compliance, but to provide clear assurances on transportation impact;
    • Verify quantifiable performance goals with monitoring and evaluation;
    • Leverage the information gleaned from annual reporting to help TDM programs evolve and improve;
    • Make upfront investments in personnel to establish effective TDM policy administration; and
    • Ensure predictability with TDM throughout the development process.

    “Our hope is that this book will inspire developers and local government leaders to work together to create and apply TDM policies and strategies that will allow their communities to grow more sustainably, with increased density and mixed uses, and reduced traffic congestion,” the authors conclude.

    Building a Multimodal Future (ISBN 9780874204261) is available through ULI’s online bookstore for $44.95 (CA $60.95). ULI members receive a 25-percent discount; for details, e-mail or call 800-321-5011.

    NOTE TO EDITORS AND REPORTERS: To obtain a complimentary copy of Building a Multimodal Future, contact Justin Arnold,

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Regions Covered
United States (all/most states)
Job Titles Sold To
Property Managers, Asset Managers, Developer