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File #: 22-1037    Version: 1 Name: Receive a Presentation on the Citywide Transportation Demand Management Study Project Status Update
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 the Citywide Transportation Demand Management Study Project Status Update; and (2) Provide Direction to Staff.
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MTP - ACTION ITEM - (1) Receive a Presentation on the Citywide Transportation Demand Management Study Project Status Update; and (2) Provide Direction to Staff.

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Meeting Date: May 10, 2022

Contact/Dept: Diana Chang, Mobility Planning Manager / Transportation
(310) 253-6566

Action Item: Yes [X] No [ ] Attachments: Yes [ ] No [X]

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)
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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION

The Culver City Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Visioning Study completed in 2017 recommended updating the City's Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Ordinance and developing a formalized TDM Program. A TDM Program uses policies, strategies, and programmatic measures to reduce single-occupancy vehicle (SOV) trips while increasing alternative travel options. These options include walking, biking, transit, ride-sharing, and micro-mobilities. The goal is to reduce excess demand for congested roadways and parking by increasing the efficient use of the transportation system. City's 2018-2023 Strategic Plan created a goal of no overall growth in Average Daily Traffic, which placed further emphasis on the need to update City's TDM Program, create a robust TDM program, and implement other TDM measures.

Transportation Department has been administering the City's Congestion Management Program, TDM Ordinance, and implementation of Trip Reduction Programs. In FY2018, Transportation Department started the preparation to issue a Request for Proposa...

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