Urban Mobility in a Digital Age: A Transportation Technology Strategy for Los Angeles

Urban Mobility in a Digital Age: A Transportation Technology Strategy for Los Angeles

Urban Mobility in a Digital Age is a transportation technology strategy designed to build on the success and innovation of the City of Los Angeles and its Department of Transportation (LADOT) as regulator and transportation service provider in a complex and evolving ecosystem of public and private services.

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Data as a Service is the rapid exchange of real-time conditions and service information between service providers, customers and the supporting infrastructure.  With better data, LADOT will be in a position to become more responsive to the transportation needs of Angelenos as both a service provider and regulator of transportation in Los Angeles.

Mobility as a Service centers on the customer or mobility consumer, a person who purchases and uses transportation for personal use. LADOT has already partnered to make it easier for customers to evaluate transportation options through a trip planning application, Go LA, which compares mode options for the fastest, cheapest and/or greenest routes.

Infrastructure as a Service proposes that the use of public infrastructure should be subject to pay-as-you-go user fees that more closely align the costs associated with providing the infrastructure itself to how the infrastructure is being used. Infrastructure as a Service more transparently reflects the costs for the City of Los Angeles and other agencies to build, maintain and operate public infrastructure by charging fees for this service.

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