development potentials and private venture partnerships. The firm also defines market prospects for joint development and for revitalization of Transit-Oriented Development areas.
Project examples include: Savage Tract Transit-Oriented Development, Austin, TX; Transit-Oriented Development Strategy & Market Analysis/ City of Richardson, Richardson, TX; Miami Intermodal Center Market Analysis/Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Miami, FL; Main-LaSalle Transit Area Utilization Study/City of Buffalo Planning De- partment, Buffalo, NY; South Boston Waterfront Strategic Plan/Massa- chusetts Port Authority (Massport), Boston, MA; “NoMa” Development Strategy/Cultural Development Corporation of the District of Colum- bia, Washington, DC; Jamaica Station Intermodal Transit Center/The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Jamaica, Queens, NY; Market and Fiscal Benefit Analyses for Uptown Houston TIRZ/ Harris County Improvement District No. 1, Houston, TX; Charlotte Area Transit System MIS/City of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC; Banfield Light Rail Transit Station Area Joint Development Planning, Banfield LRT, Portland, OR; BART Station Area Development, San Francisco, CA; Honolulu Rapid Transit Program Joint Development Master Plan/City and County Of Honolulu, Honolulu, HI; Real Estate Development Potentials in the Metro rail Corri- dor/ The Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.; Country Club Plaza Strategic Repositioning Plan, Kan- sas City, MO; Pittsburgh Riverlife (Riverfront) Master Plan, Pittsburgh, PA; the Cincinnati Riverfront Master Plan, Cincinnati, OH; and Hudson Yards Redevelopment Master Plan, New York, NY; and Brooklyn Bridge Park Master Plan, Brooklyn, NY;
Buckhurst Fish & Jacquemart, Inc., New York, NY (BFJ) – Traffic Planning (SBE) BFJ has worked with MGA previously on the Princeton Arts Council and is very familiar with the Mercer County area. BFJ’s Lead Princi- pal, Georges Jacqueamart, has developed traffic control concepts for Princeton University, including its two roundabouts, and has performed traffic/parking study services for Palmer Square in Princeton. In addi- tion, he has been responsible for the concept design for Rutgers’ pro- posed George Street Roundabout. BFJ has wide expertise in a wide va- riety of design and incentive methods for controlling traffic and parking, including shared parking. BFJ is a 16-person consulting firm providing professional expertise in planning and related fields since its establish- ment in 1980. The firm provides the following services for public, private, and non-profit clients throughout the country and overseas: transporta- tion planning, planning, urban design, environmental analysis, and real estate consulting. This range of services enables BFJ to bring a project
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