Adopt a target corridor, district, or city-wide mode split goals to help reinforce policies aimed at reducing single-occupancy vehicle use.
Develop scenarios and goals to be incorporated into the Strategic Mobility Plan (SMP) that specify aggressive mode split goals tied to land use and transit improvement recommendations along a corridor or travel shed. Evaluate those scenarios in the SMP and apply coordinated land use, urban design, and transportation investments along corridors that match the intended long-term modal priority.
These targets could take the form of either corridor specific goals, district or nodal goals, or city-wide goals.
Mode split goals should help meet and exceed the proposed targets of
10%-15% by 2030 and 30-35% by 2050 of new housing in TOD locations.
SOV travel mode shift from 88% to 79% in and from 88% to 62% in 2050 (switches to Bus and Light Rail).
The coordinated land use, urban design, and transportation investments that match the mode splits should reflect policies such as:
Revised parking standards/Maximum parking standards for corridors or neighborhoods that have high transit connectivity Increased sidewalk connectivity, wider sidewalk connectivity
On-street, elevated, separated bicycle lanes
Land use patterns that reflect more dense, walkable, transit connected neighborhoods