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File #: 22-1035    Version: 1 Name: Receive a Presentation on Assembly Bill 917 (AB917) Video Surveillance Enforcement Pilot Program
Type: Minute Order Status: Action Item
File created: 5/4/2022 In control: MOBILITY, TRAFFIC, AND PARKING SUBCOMMITTEE
On agenda: 5/10/2022 Final action:
Title: MTP - ACTION ITEM - (1) Receive a Presentation on Assembly Bill 917 (AB917) Video Surveillance Enforcement Pilot Program; and (2) Provide Direction to Staff.
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MTP - ACTION ITEM - (1) Receive a Presentation on Assembly Bill 917 (AB917) Video Surveillance Enforcement Pilot Program; and (2) Provide Direction to Staff.

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Meeting Date: May 10, 2022

Contact /Dept: Hector Calvinisti, Safety & Training Coordinator Transportation Department (310) 253-6572

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

Public Notice: E-Mail via GovDelivery: (05/05/2022): Meetings and Agendas - Mobility, Traffic & Parking Subcommittee / Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Commission; Notify Me - Construction, Street Maintenance and Closures; Stay Informed - Bicycle & Pedestrian / Culver CityBus / Construction Street Maintenance and Closures

Dept Approval: Rolando Cruz, Chief Transportation Officer (05/05/2022)


BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION

Staff is exploring ways to use technology to enforce parking in bus only lanes and bus stops along the Move Culver City corridor. This level of enforcement is allowed under the new CA law AB917 enacted on January 1, 2022. The Transportation Department is working collaboratively with the City Attorney's Office, the Culver City Police Department, and the Finance & Purchasing Department to launch a pilot program in FY 2022-2023 on our CityRide vehicles operating the Downtown Circulator. The law allows transit agencies to install cameras on buses to enforce parking violations at bus stops and in bus-only lanes. It helps transit agencies improve customer experience by deterring drivers from violating bus-only lane designations, increasing the reliability of public transit and keeping riders safe by discouraging vehicles from parking at bus stops, providing a safe boarding area for passengers as they embark and disembark from buses.

Staff has received and reviewed three (3) unsolicited proposals from technology vendors to operate a Proof-of-Concept pilot program utilizing a Camera Bus Lane Enforcement (CBLE) technolo...

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