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File #: 22-1034    Version: 1 Name: Receive a Presentation on the Culver City Employee Rideshare 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 the Culver City Employee Rideshare Program; and (2) Provide Direction to Staff.
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MTP - ACTION ITEM - (1) Receive a Presentation on the Culver City Employee Rideshare Program; and (2) Provide Direction to Staff.

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Meeting Date: May 10, 2022

Contact/Dept: Ryan Hund, Management Analyst / Transportation
(310) 253-6506

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

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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION

Per the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) Rule 2202, worksites with 250 or more employees must implement an Employee Commute Reduction Program (ECRP), also known as a rideshare program. The purpose of Rule 2202 is to provide employers with a menu of options to reduce emissions generated from employee commutes and to comply with federal and state Clean Air Act requirements. Transportation Department is responsible for creating, implementing, monitoring and reporting on the Culver City efforts. This program is designed to meet ambient air quality standards mandated by the Federal Clean Air Act. As an indirect mobile source emission control strategy, it is intended to reduce vehicle miles traveled and increase the average vehicle ridership (AVR) of work-related trips at subject worksites.

In FY 2022, Transportation Department conducted analyses of City's existing rideshare program, researched the best practices, and re-designed the program to include creative and robust strategies to manage City employees' transportation demands and reduce single-occupancy vehicle trips. The goal...

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