Alternate Measures

Examples of Alternative Transportation Measures
Project developers and approving land use entities are encouraged to include the following measures in the projects to promote use of alternatives to driving, bicycling, walking, and taking the bus. The goal of these measures is to make more efficient use of existing transportation facilities (roads, highways, parking lots) so that we do not have to spend as much revenue on projects in the future.
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Provide ridesharing, public transportation, and nearby licensed child care facility information to tenants/buyers as part of move-in materials.
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Print transit information on promotional materials.
3.
Install bicycle amenities, such as bicycle racks and bicycle lanes.
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Provide bus pull-outs, pedestrian access, transit stops, shelters, and amenities as part of the site plan.
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Provide locked and secure transportation information centers or kiosks with bus route/schedule information, in common areas.
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Provide pedestrian facilities linking transit stops and common areas.
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Provide resources for site amenities that reduce vehicular trip making.
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Park-and-ride facilities
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On-site child care facilities
10.
Shuttle bus service, bus pools, or improved transit service as part of the development
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Facilities to encourage telecommuting
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Pedestrian and bicycle system improvements
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Transit oriented design and/or pedestrian oriented design
14.
Provide preferential carpool/vanpool parking spaces.
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Implement a parking surcharge for single occupant vehicles.
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Provide shower/locker facilities.
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Employ or appoint a transportation/rideshare coordinator.
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Implement a rideshare program.
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Provide incentives for employees to rideshare or take public transportation.
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Implement compressed work schedules.