Los Angeles Metro Orange Line Sustainable Corridor Implementation Plan
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMA/Metro)
City of Los Angeles Planning Department
- Policy recommendations
- Public involvement
- Urban design strategies
The project will develop a Sustainable Corridor Implementation Plan that will serve to coordinate transportation and design strategies for the stations along the Metro Orange Line BRT corridor.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA/Metro) will develop a strategic plan to facilitate coordination, collaboration, and investments across agencies and creating Corridor Working Groups to identifying issues of common concern and to develop strategies and identify funding sources that will help overcome particular challenges. This plan will address regional access to transit with new transportation investments, such as Transportation System Management/Transportation Demand Management (TSM/TDM), to encourage walkable and bikeable streets. This effort shall also be complimentary and supportive to the City of LA’s TOD activities and policies, and also to MTA station area property. The plan shall consider, but is not limited to, evaluating corridor stations within ¼ mile radius from the standpoints of ridership, land use, transit access, population growth, livability, safety, and mobility. Based on this evaluation, a list of recommended TDM/TSM strategies are to address both current land uses and future levels of transit services and nodes.