This document provides just the highlights of the recommendations without all of the background. It prints best on a 11x17 piece of paper, double-sided and folded in half.
TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY
This is the full transportation technology strategy with all of the supporting research, case studies and "why" behind each of the recommendations. This is intended as a starting tool for implementation and defines some critical next steps for consideration.
STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
This document provides an exposition of the plan to define and implement Transportation 2.0 in the City of Los Angeles based upon the values and visions of Urban Mobility in a Digital Age.
CORE PRINCIPLES FOR TRANSPORTATION HAPPINESS
This document highlights the Core Principles as well as their metrics that help LADOT track how well the Core Principles are being upheld. The Core Principles are continuously evolving and in a beta stage. This document prints best on an 8.5x11 sheet of paper, double-sided.
This is the primer and guide for measuring the mobility experience in Los Angeles. It includes the Mobility Bill of Rights, an explanation of the Transportation Happiness Metrics at the time of publication, and future considerations for additional indicators.
MOBILITY DATA SPECIFICATION
Inspired by GTFS and GBFS. Specifically, the goals of the Mobility Data Specification (MDS) are to provide API and data standards for municipalities to help ingest, compare and analyze mobility as a service provider data.
The City of Los Angeles is currently looking for feedback and comments on the draft versions. Comments can be made by making an Github Issue, while suggested changes can be made using a pull request.