Los Angeles' core mobility objective is to focus on infrastructure as a service and urban mobility in a digital age by 2035.

It is a city aiming to increase public transport use through CAV.

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Widespread stigmatization of public transport networks partly as a result of poor connectivity and reliability.

Weak ridesharing culture dominated by private vehicles rather than public transport.

Increasing adoption of EV – 3.5% of new cars are electric.

Citizens voted in favor of a sales tax solely for transportation projects, a testament to the investment wanted in mobility.

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Complex transport network with many different authorities.

Federal Automated Vehicles Policy driving a safety focused approach to CAV.

Requirement for ‘standby drivers’ dropped in 2018 - vehicles can be operated remotely.

The city is incentivizing adoption of EV and associated infrastructure.

Urban Mobility Strategy is focused on data, MaaS and the idea that public infrastructure should be subject to pay-as-you-go fees.

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Fragmented management of highly complex transport infrastructure.

Roadmap in place to develop a CAV road network and convert the public transit fleet to full automation.

Support for EV investment through the California Capital Access Program.

Autonomous bus trial planned for 2020.

Plans for fixed smart infrastructure.

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