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File #: 2020-7649   
Type: New Business
Body: Transportation Commission
On agenda: 1/22/2020
Title: Endorse the Transportation Choices Plan Year 2 Annual Report and the West Alameda Transportation Management Association Year 5 Annual Report (Andrew Thomas, Director of Planning, Building and Transportation)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1: Annual Report Transportation 2019, 2. Exhibit 2: 2018-2019 Alameda Landing TMA Annual Report, 3. Presentation
Title

Endorse the Transportation Choices Plan Year 2 Annual Report and the West Alameda Transportation Management Association Year 5 Annual Report (Andrew Thomas, Director of Planning, Building and Transportation)
Body

Transportation Commission
January 22, 2020
Item 5A
Action


Endorse the Transportation Choices Plan Year 2 Annual Report and the West Alameda Transportation Management Association Year 5 Annual Report

BACKGROUND

In 2018, the City Council adopted a citywide Transportation Choices Plan, which establishes 39 priority projects and programs to improve transportation services and facilities in Alameda over the next 10 to 15 years. The Transportation Choices Plan requires an annual review of progress made toward meeting the City's transportation improvement needs. The 2018 Annual Report, which identified priorities for 2019 and 2020, was approved by the Transportation Commission in February 2019 and by the City Council in April 2019.

City staff provided status reports to the Transportation Commission in May and September of 2019, which gave a snap shot of work in progress or completed.

This 2019 Annual Report on Transportation provides an annual status report on transportation in Alameda, a summary of work completed in 2019 to implement the Plan, and the work plan and goals for the current year (Exhibit 1).

In 2013, the master developers for Alameda Landing established a transportation management association (TMA) for the Alameda Landing mixed use project, which includes the shopping center, the Tripoint residential development, the waterfront Bay Ship and Yacht warehouses and the Waterfront Park and neighborhood under construction. The 2007 Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Plan for Alameda Landing calls for the TMA to be eventually consolidated with Alameda Point transportation services and programs, to provide Day One Services in 2013, and to provide an annual report of activities for Transportation Commission review, including a...

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