TAMU LAW SCHOOL
Higher Education / Fort Worth, Texas
Texas A&M University School of Law is the law school of Texas A&M University located in downtown Fort Worth, Texas. Established in 1989 as the Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, it was formerly the law school of Texas Wesleyan University until it was acquired by Texas A&M University on August 12, 2013.
The proposed campus for Texas A&M System in Fort Worth, Texas would be an urban infill project converting vacant surface parking lots and existing small scale buildings into a dense high-rise campus that compliments the southeast corner of downtown Fort Worth. The Texas A&M System Program of Requirements proposed campus wide improvements in three different phases. As a part of the first phase, the Law & Education Building was proposed. DeShazo Group was asked to evaluate the traffic impact that would be caused by the proposed Texas A&M University Law & Education building located in the northeast quadrant of E Lancaster Avenue at Commerce Street in Fort Worth, Texas. Traffic volumes at 15 different intersections were recorded as a part of traffic data collection. DeShazo Group provided site-related traffic organization and destination characteristics, travel routes, and mode split based upon information presented. Peak-hour traffic conditions were used to develop recommendations as to where
to mitigate unacceptable traffic.