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File #: 21-427    Version: 1 Name: Downtown Tactical Mobility Lane Project
Type: Presentation Status: Recognition Presentation
File created: 10/21/2020 In control: MOBILITY, TRAFFIC, AND PARKING SUBCOMMITTEE
On agenda: 10/27/2020 Final action:
Title: (1) Receive a Presentation and Discuss the Downtown Tactical Mobility Lane Project, Including a Review of the Community Outreach Program and its Interface with the Expo Stop Reimagined Work and New Circulator Service; and (2) Provide Direction to Staff.
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(1) Receive a Presentation and Discuss the Downtown Tactical Mobility Lane Project, Including a Review of the Community Outreach Program and its Interface with the Expo Stop Reimagined Work and New Circulator Service; and (2) Provide Direction to Staff.

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Meeting Date: October 27, 2020

Contact Person/Dept: Diana Chang, Mobility Planning Manager / Transportation
Rolando Cruz, Chief Transportation Officer /Transportation
Phone Number: (310) 253-6500

Fiscal Impact: Yes [X] No [] General Fund: Yes [] No [X]

Public Hearing: [] Action Item: [] Attachments: []

Public Notification: (E-Mail) Mobility, Traffic, and Parking Subcommittee, Bicycle and Pedestrian, and Culver CityBus e-mail distribution lists via GovDelivery (10/21/2020);

Department Approval: Rolando Cruz, Chief Transportation Officer (10/20/20)
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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION

During the FY2021 budget process, the City Council directed Transportation Department staff to begin planning the implementation of a tactical transit lane in three corridors within Culver City using a quick-build process. Through repurposing travel lanes for multi-modal transportation, the City aims to facilitate the efficient movement of people, raise public awareness and acceptance of dedicated transit lanes, improve transit travel time and reliability, and improve access for cyclists and scooter riders, as applicable. These pilot projects will also serve as an opportunity for the City to learn and assess how permanent infrastructure improvements would work and demonstrate the benefits of such infrastructure in maximizing the public use of the roadway.
In July of this year, City Council approved a plan to progress with the full implementation of the first corridor along Culver Blvd. from Duquesne Avenue in Downtown Culver City extending eastward along Washington Boulevard to La Cienega Avenue. The approval also includes the study and recommendat...

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