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LADOT Technology Action Plan

Version 1.2.1 Updated January 2020. A plan to implement LADOT's Transportation Technology Strategy.

Master Data License and Protection Template

LADOT will execute a Master Data License and Protection Template with each third party company who uses information that LADOT makes available to them. The agreement spells out terms and conditions for data protection, access limitation, security, credentials, and more. to keep your information as safe, confidential, and secure as possible.

LADOT Data Protection Principles - Updated 4/12/2019

In order to manage thousands of new scooters and bicycles on streets and sidewalks, LADOT requires Dockless Mobility Providers to share information with LADOT. As we work to achieve our responsibilities of safety, congestion relief, equity, and sustainability, we consider protecting individual privacy among our highest priorities. We created a set of Data Protection Principles that will apply to all data we will obtain from Providers. Updated 4/12/2019.

LADOT Data Protection Principles Public Comments

Thank you for your feedback on our Data Protections Principles. On March 22, 2019, LADOT posted the first version of Data Protection Principles for comment. On April 5, 2019, the first round of feedback on Data Protection Principles document has concluded. On April 12, 2019, LADOT published next version of Data Protection Principles along with comments received within the public comment period. 

(Archive) LADOT Technology Action Plan V1.2

Version 1.2 Updated November 2019. A plan to implement LADOT’s Transportation Technology Strategy.

(Archive) LADOT Technology Action Plan V1.1

Version 1.1 Updated March 2019. Previously called the Strategic Implementation Plan. A plan to implement LADOT’s Transportation Technology Strategy.

Request for Info: Partnership Opp in USDOT Grant

On December 21, 2018, the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) released a Notice of Funding Availability for “Automated Driving System (ADS) Demonstration Grants.” LADOT seeks partners to submit an application that will incorporate one or more autonomous elements. With LADOT’s varied responsibilities, the possibilities for a variety of autonomous projects increase.

Urban Mobility in a Digital Age

Recommendations that inform LADOT’s Transportation Technology Strategy. Published in 2016.

Urban Mobility in a Digital Age Executive Summary

A highlight of the recommendations. Prints best on a 11x17 piece of paper, double-sided and folded in half. Published in 2016.

(Archived) Strategic Implementation Plan V1.0

Based upon the values and visions of Urban Mobility in a Digital Age, a description of the plan to further define and implement LADOT’s Transportation Technology Strategy. Published in 2018.

LADOT Strategic Plan

LADOT's Strategic Plan lays out measurable steps to direct and prioritize its work through 2020. Published in 2018.

Transportation Happiness

This is the primer and guide for measuring the mobility experience in Los Angeles. It includes the Mobility Bill of Rights, an explanation of the Transportation Happiness Metrics.

Core Principles for Transportation Happiness

This document highlights the Core Principles as well as their metrics that help LADOT track how well the Core Principles are being upheld. This document prints best on an 8.5x11 sheet of paper, double-sided.

LADOT Guidelines for Handling of Data From Mobility Service Providers

Overview of principles related to data collection and data handling for mobility service providers. Published in 2018.

City of Los Angeles Information Handling Guidelines

An Appendix to Information Classification Policy Information Handling Guidelines. Published in 2016.

Mobility Plan 2035

Mobility Plan 2035 (Plan) provides the policy foundation for achieving a transportation system that balances the needs of all road users. Published in 2015.

LADOT 2018 Vision Zero Action Plan & Progress Report

The updated Vision Zero Action Plan + Progress Report outlines the City’s blueprint to reduce fatalities and eliminate traffic deaths. Published in 2018.

NACTO’s Blueprint for Autonomous Urbanism

The National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) street design vision to help cities worldwide prepare for the age of autonomous vehicles. Published in 2017.

Mayor’s Sustainable City pLAn

The pLAn is both a roadmap to achieve back to basics short-term results while setting the path to strengthen and transform Los Angeles in the decades to come. Published in 2015.

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