Jonathan Chambers, P.E.

Senior Associate

Jonathan Chambers has 12 years of experience in the transportation engineering and planning industry. He has worked on a wide range of public and private sector projects throughout Southern California, including the University of Southern California Master Plan, the LAX Northside Plan Update, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, and Century City Center.

Jonathan has served as the project engineer for transportation studies for the Vermont Corridor Redevelopment Plan, the Burbank Airport Terminal Replacement Project, the Paramount Pictures Master Plan, the Bakersfield Commons Mixed-Use Development Master Plan, the IKEA Burbank Relocation Project, and the Ane Keohokalole Highway (Henry Street) extension project in Kona, Hawaii.

He has participated in many aspects of transportation and parking planning for The Disneyland Resort® in Anaheim, including transportation impact analysis, traffic operations analysis, transit and rideshare accommodations, parking demand management, signage and wayfinding, and parking pricing. He was heavily involved in all aspects of transportation planning for the University of Southern California Health Sciences Campus Master Plan and has conducted parking analyses for several shopping malls, including The Village at Westfield Topanga, Westfield Culver City, and Los Cerritos Center.

He was extensively involved in the parking and circulation plan for Dodger Stadium that was developed to maximize the efficiency of the parking and to streamline vehicular operation within the park. He has worked on transportation-related aspects of event management, including plans for Levi’s Stadium, Cirque du Soleil, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and the University of Southern California’s Galen Center.

Jonathan has worked on various specialized projects, including eminent domain valuation analyses for a storage facility in Rialto and a truck stop in Colton. He prepared truck access analyses to gain City approval to vacate a public street in Burbank. He also conducted the traffic studies for Project Study Reports to widen the US 101 – SR 134 interchange and to construct new on-ramps to and from US 101 through the Cahuenga Pass. In 2014, he traveled to Fairfax, Virginia to participate in a successful three-day planning charrette to modernize downtown Fairfax and improve connections between downtown and George Mason University.


12 years


Bachelor of Science,
Electrical Engineering,
University of Southern California


Traffic Engineer, State of California