Bay Area Fair Value Commuting Demonstration, Palo Alto, California, 2016

  • Date Enacted: Oct 13, 2016
  • Dates given are approximate.

Summary

The City of Palo Alto is planned to partner with several partners including the Joint Venture Silicon Valley Network and RideAmigos for a pilot program, Bay Area Fair Value Commuting Demonstration. The pilot is aimed at reducing the commute mode share of single occupancy vehicle from 75% to 50% through a Fair Value Commuting solution. The program will comprise of: (i) a software that automates employer commute programs; (ii) Mobility Aggregation app for mobile multimodal trip planning; (iii) revenue-neutral workplace parking feebate; and (iv) Gap Filling which identifies commutes with poor alternatives and subsequent attempts to improve them. This pilot program is one of FTA’s MOD Sandbox 1.0 program.

For more information see the FTA Mobility On Demand Sandbox.

Contributed through a partnership between the Shared-Use Mobility CenterITS America and the Federal Transit Administration’s Mobility on Demand Program.

Updated March 2017

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