To the Los Angeles Taxicab Industry,
The LADOT would like to thank you all for your feedback and participation related to the Taxi and For-Hire Vehicle Study. In an effort to create a fully comprehensive study that incorporates multiple viewpoints, our office is disseminating a draft for your review and comment. Attached here are the Draft For-Hire Vehicle Study as well as a companion Executive Summary which gives an overview of what is inside the larger document. We ask that you please feel free to print copies for your drivers and any other interested parties. You have thirty (30) days from this communication to respond with written comments related to the study.
Please submit all comments by e-mail to Kate Sargent, who is with the consultant team, by 5pm on Thursday September 26, 2019. Her e-mail is email@example.com
The City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation’s Transit Group (LADOT Transit) is conducting a public hearing to receive comments from nonprofit agencies regarding LADOT Transit’s intent to apply for the Federal Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program. This public hearing will be held by LADOT on Thursday, July 18, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. at the Caltrans District 7 office located at 100 South Main Street, Rm. 01.040C, Los Angeles, California 90012.
More information about the Public Hearing is available through the following links: 5310 and Cityride
As car sharing becomes an ever more utilized transport method in towns and cities worldwide, the City of Los Angeles is exploring if a well-regulated carshare market is beneficial to the City of Los Angeles as a new mobility service. The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) bas been tasked with a 24-month carshare permit pilot program, for both Fixed Space and Free Floating, which is now open for application.
In the last couple of years, the City of Los Angeles witnessed an explosion of dockless, on-demand mobility products and services. In order to better understand the implications of this technology on the City and its citizens, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) is administering a One-Year Dockless On-Demand Personal Mobility Permit.
Operators interested in participating in the Permit must fill out the application as well as meet requirements related to data collection, insurance, indemnification, and performance deposit provisions. Beginning January 28, 2019, LADOT will begin accepting Permit applications from operators. All applications will be due on or before February 15, 2019 by 4:00 p.m. Applications received after February 15, 2019 will be considered late and not allowed to apply for the Permit. Depending on the amount of applications received, please allow up to 15-20 business days for processing.
For more information about data sharing compliance for the One-Year Permit, please download the webinar presentation.
In the last couple of years, the City of Los Angeles witnessed a vast expansion in the availability of dockless on-demand mobility products and services. In order to better examine the implications of this technology on the City and its citizens, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) is conducting a one year Dockless On-Demand Personal Mobility pilot program.
For a review of the process of the Mobility Data Specifications and One Year program, please see the Department’s overview presentation.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation’s (LADOT) Vision Zero Division is hiring a team of part-time on-call street team workers to support with community engagement and outreach across Los Angeles County. The department seeks passionate, creative, and committed people to support with outreach. LADOT invites interested candidates to apply. Please see the job desciptions and more information below:
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation is currently accepting applications from candidates for part-time positions in digital and social media production. Candidates with experience in various multimedia platforms are encouraged to apply:
Thusday, August 30, 2018 Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilmembers José Huizar (District 14) and Curren D. Price Jr. (District 9), along with LADOT, Metro Bike Share, and the Figueroa Corridor community cut the ribbon and celebrated the opening of the Figueroa Corridor Streetscape Project – MyFigueroa.
The officially open project transforms Figueroa Street into a multimodal thoroughfare serving all users more efficiently. These new improvements include protected bike lanes, new bus boarding platforms, wider sidewalks, new street trees, additional street lighting, and many more amenities for everyone traveling on Figueroa.
The project area includes four miles of streets that stretch from Downtown LA to South Los Angeles: Figueroa Street from 7th Street in downtown Los Angeles to 41st Street, just south of Exposition Park; 11th Street from Figueroa Street east to Broadway in the South Park neighborhood of downtown Los Angeles; and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from Figueroa Street west to Vermont Avenue, on the south edge of Exposition Park.
Funded by California’s Proposition 1C, the $20 million project is adjacent to multiple new housing developments in the corridor. California Department Housing and Community Development managed this project.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) announces the immediate availability of the Urban Mobility in a Digital Age Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP), and the appointment of Ellis & Associates, and its affiliated partners CityFi, CCgroup, and Lantern Consulting, as the LADOT Product Manager to reposition LADOT as an active partner in the arrival of autonomous vehicles and ongoing explosion of technology in transportation.
Los Angeles is in the midst of a mobility revolution that will continue its global reputation of how city transportation should evolve. Guided by the city’s Urban Mobility in a Digital Age strategy, plans are focused on unprecedented investment in new transportation choices and supporting technologies. This includes the development and deployment of actively managed electric, shared, and autonomous mobility options, including concepts such as dockless bike sharing and air taxis. All new modes of transport are aimed at tackling congestion, enabling economic development, driving racial and socioeconomic equality, and saving lives.
The Strategic Implementation Plan is a set of products and services that LADOT deems necessary to ensure that as autonomous fleets arrive in the sky and on the ground, they are first and foremost safe. Just as LADOT created one of the largest most sophisticated traffic management centers for the 1984 Summer Olympic Games, the Strategic Implementation Plan aims to set the city on a course to manage the streets of the future in 2028.