Parking & Mobility

Owners and operators face increasingly complex parking and mobility challenges. They must allocate time, money, and space to serve today’s vehicles while also readying for a new era of mobility.

Immediate investments must support patrons’ daily use and your organization’s broader goals. These may include economic development, sustainability, equity, and efficiency.

Kimley-Horn’s wealth of integrated parking and mobility experience will help you thrive today and build for the future. Our team’s expertise covers your entire needs:

  • Planning and Strategy
  • Policy Framework
  • Funding and Financing
  • Curb Management and Prioritization
  • Functional and Structural Design
  • Wayfinding
  • Technology
  • Operations
  • Infrastructure
  • Maintenance and Restoration
  • Adaptation and Expansion

Our parking and mobility solutions integrate into our wider in-house transportation and development services expertise.

Parking Solutions for the Future

Future-proofed parking requires strategy and planning, excellent data on facility usage, and creative solutions. The electric, connected, and autonomous future will transform parking facilities and curbsides. They will become key elements of urban design, revitalized streetscapes, and electric vehicle charging.

Kimley-Horn partners with you to deliver next-generation master plans, facility design and restorations, safety plans, and financial plans that will evolve with your needs. Our team incorporates innovative revenue control systems and mobile payment integration for patrons’ parking and charging requirements.

Related Projects and Case Studies

Kimley-Horn has provided planning, engineering, and design consulting for numerous Mayo Clinic Hospital projects in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona.

Mayo Clinic Hospitals

Since 2000, Kimley-Horn has provided Mayo Clinic with master engineering services for their 250-acre campus in Phoenix...

Kimley-Horn provided parking and structural consulting services for the East 54 Mixed-Use Development in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

East 54 Mixed-Use Development

Kimley-Horn provided consulting services for East 54 including structural engineering, parking functional layout/design, and construction phase support.

Avalon Mixed-Use Development, Alpharetta, GA

Avalon Mixed-Use Development

Kimley-Horn provided civil engineering and parking consulting services for this 86-acre, $1 billion sustainable mixed-use development in...

Kimley-Horn provided design, permitting, and construction phase services for the Desert Sky Transit Center for the Phoenix Public Transit Department.

Desert Sky Transit Center

As the Phoenix Public Transit Department's existing transit center lacked the infrastructure needed to properly provide adequate...

Kimley-Horn provides program management support to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) for the extension of the Orange Line Metrorail.

Dulles Corridor Metrorail

Kimley-Horn has been providing owner program management support services since 2008 to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority...

Kimley-Horn consultants provided a full range of site development and civil engineering services for the Optima Camelview Village in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Optima Camelview Village

Kimley-Horn worked closely with Optima and the entire consultant team, providing a full range of site development...

Kimley-Horn was selected by the City of Sarasota to perform a parking feasibility study to determine the best means of resolving a shortage of parking spaces within the St. Armands business district.

St. Armands Parking Study

In 2013, Kimley-Horn was selected by the City of Sarasota, Florida to perform a parking feasibility study...