RAND HIGH IMPACT RECOMMENDATIONS

I

Improve Signal Timing

Focus especially on Intra-city Signal Timing

Comment  

II

Create a network of "paired" streets throughout LA County

Two way travel remains on each street, while signal synchronization and left-turn signals support one direction

Comment  

III

Traffic Demand Management (TDM) Programs

Rideshare, Telecommuting, Flexible Work Hours, Carshare, Bikeshare, Carpools, Vanpools, Shuttles, Bicycles, Mobility Hubs, etc.

Comment  

IV

Deeply Discounted Transit Passes for Employees

Comment  

V

Parking "Cash Out"

CA State Law requires employers of businesses with 50 or more employees to provide cash value of parking space to employees, encouraging use of transit alternatives

Comment  

VI

Variable Curb Parking Rates

Raise parking rates during congested periods to encourage spaces to be used efficiently, discourage traffic created by "cruising for spaces," and use the revenues generated to support community improvements along the boulevards

Comment  

VII

High-Occupancy Toll Lanes (HOT) Lanes

Federal pilot project for I-110 and 10 East Freeways began in 2012 and has successfully reduced traffic, and encouraged carpooling, vanpooling and bus ridership

Comment  

VIII

Peak Hour Curb Parking Restrictions

Comment  

IX

Dedicated "Bus Only" Lanes on major thoroughfares

Comment  

X

Create a Region-wide Bicycle Network

Comment  
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