Pang Engineers. Inc is an engineering consulting firm with specialized experience in traffic operations, transportation planning, and civil engineering design.  The firm was founded in 1982 as Pang & Associates and incorporated in the State of California in 1992.  The firm is led by Gay Lawrence Pang, the principal owner, a Registered Civil Engineer and Registered Traffic Engineer in the State of California with more than thirty years of professional engineering experience in the private and public sectors.

The firm has completed numerous traffic and transportation projects such as the Junipero Serra Boulevard Transportation Study which included an origin-destination survey and analysis of historical accident data; preparation of the "Future Width Line Study" of a major county roadway system; preparation of conceptual and final designs for Segment 6, the Lick Spur in the Guadalupe Corridor; circulation studies for Park 'n Ride facilities at the Alma (Tamien) Light Rail Transit station; traffic signal designs with interconnect on Capitol Avenue for a LRT project from Autumnvale to Longford, and from Longford to just north of Capitol Expressway; a CalTrain Safety Improvement project at six intersections in Palo Alto, Mountain View, and Sunnyvale, a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project in Santa Clara County, conceptualization and implementation of traffic handling plans for construction on a four bridge project on Lawrence Expressway, on a light rail transit grade separation with the Southern Pacific Railroad, on SR-152 Leavesley Road at Llagas Creek, on eight bridge widenings in Palo Alto; and along El Camino Real in Santa Clara, master plan for 18 miles of Route 85 overhead guide signs; freeway signing at the Route 85 / 101 Interchange project.

The firm has performed Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) reports for major residential, commercial, industrial, and educational facilities developers in the San Francisco Bay Area, designed traffic signals for Cities, Counties and CalTrans, and prepared traffic stage construction plans at major interchanges, along significant freeway segments, on major local arterial streets, and at bridge crossings.  Typical land development traffic impact reports include trip generation, distribution and modal split data, intersection capacity analysis with the TRAFFIX software, operational analyses, traffic signal warrant analysis, Congestion Management Program requirements, mitigation measures, and Traffic Calming recommendations.

Design projects have been completed for the Santa Clara County Traffic Authority - Measure A Program, Santa Clara County Valley Transportation Agency (VTA), Alameda County Transportation Authority Measure B Program, and for CalTrans in Districts 3, 4, 5 and 10.

The firm has received a commendation from the Santa Clara County Traffic Authority Board for its Traffic Engineering work on the Route 85 / 17 interchange project and from the City of San Jose, Department of Public Works, Design and Construction Division for the Monterey Highway Widening Project.


Traffic & Transportation Engineering
Since 1982

Pang Engineers, Inc.

P.O. Box 4255

Mountain View, CA 94040

phone  650-465-2006

email  [email protected]