6
Downtown Los Angeles will assume center stage as the Department of Transportation explores revamping the City's parking operations to rea...
Downtown Los Angeles will assume center stage as the Department of Transportation explores revamping the City's parking operations to realize its goals of increasing the availability of public parking spaces and decreasing traffic congestion and pollution.

A 4.5-square-mile area in Downtown will support ExpressPark™, a one-year pilot program that will infuse technology and demand-based pricing into an innovative parking management strategy. Created with $15 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation and $3.5 million in City funds, the project will test ways technology can help the City realize its goals to increase the availability of limited parking spaces, reduce traffic congestion and air pollution, and encourage use of alternative modes of transportation. ExpressPark™, one component of the Los Angeles Congestion Reduction Demonstration, is set to operate beginning Spring 2012.
  • Uploads Play all

    This item has been hidden
  • Liked videos

    This item has been hidden
to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...