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PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

ROOM 1010, CITY HALL - 1:00 PM

200 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012

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MEMBERS: COUNCILMEMBER MIKE BONIN, CHAIR COUNCILMEMBER NURY MARTINEZ COUNCILMEMBER PAUL KORETZ

(John A. White - Legislative Assistant (213) 978-1072 or email john.white@lacity.org)

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Note: For information regarding the Committee and its operations, please contact the Committee Legislative Assistant at the phone number and/or email

address listed above. The Legislative Assistant may answer questions and provide materials and notice of matters scheduled before the City Council. Sign Language Interpreters, Communication Access Real-Time Transcription (CART), Assistive Listening Devices, or other auxiliary aids and/or services may be provided upon request. To ensure availability, you are advised to make your request at least 72 hours prior to the meeting/event you wish to attend. Due to difficulties in securing Sign Language Interpreters, five or more business days notice is strongly recommended. For additional information, please contact the Legislative Assistant listed above.
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MULTIPLE AGENDA ITEM COMMENT

GENERAL PUBLIC COMMENT

ITEM NO. (1) 19-0008-S14 CD 7 Resolution (Rodriguez - Ryu) relative to prohibiting the parking of vehicles that

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are in excess of 22 feet in length or over 7 feet in height, during the hours of 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m., along Lassen Street between Lemona and

Natick Avenues, and Bermuda Street between Sepulveda Boulevard and Orion Avenue; and, related actions.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: No

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (2)

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19-0008-S15 CD 12 Resolution (Rodriguez - Ryu) relative to prohibiting the parking of vehicles that

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are in excess of 22 feet in length or over 7 feet in height, during the hours of 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m., along Gaynor Avenue between Rinaldi and

Harvest Streets, and Chatsworth Street between Reseda Boulevard and Zelzah Avenue; and, related actions.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: No

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (3) 19-0008-S16 CD 11 Resolution (Bonin - Smith) relative to prohibiting the parking of vehicles that

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are in excess of 22 feet in length or over 7 feet in height, during the hours of 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m., along Courtland Street between Lake Street

and Rose Avenue; and, related actions.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: No

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (4) 19-0008-S17 CD 11 Resolution (Bonin - Smith) relative to prohibiting the parking of vehicles that

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are in excess of 22 feet in length or over 7 feet in height, during the hours of 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m., along Kensington Road between (little)

Culver Boulevard and Avon Way; and, related actions.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: No

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (5) 19-0339 CD 4 Resolution (Ryu O'Farrell) relative to establishing an Overnight Parking

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District along North Citrus and North Mansfield Avenues between Lexington Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard prohibiting on-street vehicle parking

between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., and related actions; and, categorical exemption from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Article III.1.a.3 of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: No

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Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (6) 18-0175-S1 CD 14 Motion (Bonin Huizar) relative to a grant award in the amount of 825,000

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from the Toyota Mobility Foundation for use by the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) to implement a pilot program in the Arts District

to analyze active transportation data through the installation of new Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control cameras, new relocatable digital cameras, and other sensor technology and software; and, related action.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: No

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (7) 19-0295 CD 5 LADOT report relative to the consolidation and conversion of Temporary

Preferential Parking District (PPD) Nos. 187, 230, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243, 245, 249, 250, 251, 252, 254, and 256 into newly established

PPD No. 300, and modifying PPD boundaries near the Expo Light Rail Line for the following residential areas: Exposition Boulevard between Sepulveda and Westwood Boulevards, Westwood Boulevard between Exposition Boulevard and Richland Avenue, Richland Avenue between Westwood Boulevard and Selby Avenue, Selby Avenue between Richland Avenue and Exposition Boulevard, Exposition Boulevard between Selby and Overland Avenues, Overland Avenue between Exposition Boulevard and Clarkson Road, Coventry Avenue between Overland and Malcolm Avenue, Malcolm Avenue between Coventry Place and Clarkson Road, Clarkson Road between Malcolm and Glendon Avenues, Glendon Avenue between Clarkson Road and Coventry Place, Coventry Place between Glendon Avenue and Westwood Boulevard, Westwood Boulevard between Coventry Place and the I-10 Freeway, Coventry Place between Westwood Boulevard and Clarkson Road, Clarkson Road between Coventry Place and Veteran Avenue, Clarkson Road between Overland Avenue and the cul-de-sac south of Selby Avenue, Westwood Boulevard between Richland Avenue and the I-10 Freeway, Clarkson Road between Coventry Place and Veteran Avenue, Veteran Avenue between Clarkson Road and Brookhaven Avenue, Brookhaven Avenue between Veteran and Greenfield Avenues, Greenfield Avenue between Brookhaven Avenue and the cul-de-sac south of Brookhaven Avenue, Brookhaven Avenue between Greenfield and Military Avenues, Military Avenue between Brookhaven Avenue and the I-10 Freeway, Brookhaven Avenue between Military and Bentley Avenues, Bentley Avenue between Brookhaven and Richland Avenues, Richland Avenue between Bentley Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard, Sepulveda Boulevard between
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Richland Avenue and the I-10 Freeway, Richland Avenue between Sepulveda Boulevard arid Cotner Avenue, Cotner Avenue between Richland Avenue and

Pickford Street, Pickford Street between west intersection of Cotner Avenue and east intersection of Cotner Avenue, Cotner Avenue between Pickford and Pearl Streets, Pearl Street between the cul-de-sac west of Cotner Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard, and Sepulveda Boulevard between Pearl Street and reposition Boulevard; categorical exemption from CEQA requirements pursuant to Article III.1.a.3 of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines; and, related actions.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: Yes

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (8) 19-0354 CD 5 LADOT report relative to 2018-2019 People St Special Technical Assistance

Cycle, one new People Street Plaza project located at 707 North Stanley Avenue, and categorical exemption from CEQA requirements pursuant to Article

7, Class 5(3) of the Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: Yes

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (9) 07-0287, 08-0229 CD 5, 11 City Attorney and Department of City Planning reports, Resolution, and

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Ordinances relative to amending Section 12.04 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) to update transportation mitigation fee programs, including

revisions to the fees, exemptions, credits, and the list of transportation improvements for the Coastal Transportation Corridor Specific Plan (CTCSP), an area generally bounded by the City of Santa Monica on the north, Imperial Highway on the south, the San Diego Freeway on the east, and the Pacific Ocean on the west, and, the West Los Angeles Transportation Improvement and Mitigation Specific Plans (WLA-TIMP), an area which is generally bounded by the City of Beverly Hills, Beverwil Drive, Castle Heights Avenue, National Boulevard, and Hughes Avenue on the east, Sunset Boulevard on the north, the City of Santa Monica and Centinela Avenue on the west, and Venice Boulevard on the south, amending Articles 13.5 and 13.6 of the Los Angeles Administrative Code to update trust funds for the WLA- TIMP and the CTCSP, findings pursuant to Mitigation Fee Act, Government Code Section 66000, et seq., to modify the transportation improvement assessment fee, adding Section 19.19 to the LAMC, resolution establishing the list of transportation improvements, rescind resolution adopted on June 19, 2018, and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
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findings for Statutory Exemption (Public Resources Code Section 21080(b) (8)) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15162 and 15164 for EIR No. ENV-2014-

1458-EIR, SCH No. 2014051070, certified on March 9, 2018, and Sections 15301, 15304, and15308. (Also referred to the Planning and Land Use Management Committee.)
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: No

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (10) 15-1450-S2

LADOT report relative to the status of the Code the Curb project creating an electronic inventory of the City's parking assets in the public

right-of-way.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: Yes

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (11) 18-0449

LADOT report relative to developing a registration and permit program for drivers employed as Charter-Party Carriers and Transportation Network

Company operators.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: Yes

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (12) 18-0718

LADOT report relative to the feasibility of implementing a pilot loading zone program in Downtown Los Angeles for transportation network companies.

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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: Yes

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (13) 18-0304

LADOT report relative to reducing the impact of traffic redirected by mapping applications such as Apple Maps, Google, and Waze into residential

neighborhoods.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: Yes

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

ITEM NO. (14) 19-0350

TIME LIMIT: 6-3-2019; LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION: 5-31-2019 City Administrative Officer report relative to an LADOT contract with Cubic

Transportation Systems, Inc., for the purchase, installation, and programming of Transit Access Pass (TAP) fare collection system equipment for an amount not to exceed 3,046,493, and an LADOT Memorandum of Understanding with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority for TAP revenue reimbursements and the sale of related TAP products.
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Fiscal Impact Statement Submitted: Yes

Community Impact Statement: None submitted

If you challenge this Committee's action(s) in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public

hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at or prior to, the public hearing. Any written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk before the City Council's final action on a matter will become a part of the administrative record.
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Materials relative to items on this agenda can be obtained from the Office of the City Clerk's Council File Management System, at lacouncilfile.com

by entering the Council File number listed immediately following the item number (e.g., 00-0000).
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TRANSPORTATION :RESOLUTION

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WHEREAS, California Vehicle Code Section 22507 authorizes cities to restrict the parking of vehicles, including but not limited to, those vehicles

that are six feet or more in height, on identified City streets during certain hours; and
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WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 80.69.4 allows the Council to authorize by resolution, the streets upon which the parking of oversize

vehicles shall be restricted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.; and
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WHEREAS, public safety issues have arisen along street segments on Lassen Street in North Hills and Bermuda Street in Mission Hills where the

presence of numerous oversize vehicles park overnight and constrict travel lanes, thereby creating dangerous situations;
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NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council, pursuant to the Municipal Code Section 80.69.4, and the California Vehicle Code Section 22507

hereby prohibits the parking of vehicles that are in excess of 22 feet in length or over 7 feet in height, during the hours of 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m., along both sides of the following street segments:
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Lassen Street between Lemona Ave and Natick Ave Bermuda Street between Sepulveda Blvd and Orion Ave

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that upon the adoption of the Resolution, the Department of Transportation be directed to post signs giving notice of a tow

away, no parking restriction for oversized vehicles, with the specific hours detailed, at the above locations.
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Transportation be authorized to make technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions

in order to effectuate the intent of this Resolution.
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IhMMjPRESENTED BY: U MONICA RODRIGUEZ Councilmember, 7lh District

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WHEREAS, California Vehicle Code Section 22507 authorizes cities to restrict the parking of vehicles, including but not limited to, vehicles that are

six feet or more in height, on identified City streets during certain hours; and
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WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 80.69.4 allows the Council to authorize by resolution, the streets upon which the parking of oversize

vehicles shall be restricted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.; and
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WHEREAS, a commercial area of Chatsworth is experiencing public safety issues associated with large vehicles that are parked overnight adjacent to

businesses and block travel lanes, thereby creating hazardous conditions;
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NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council, pursuant to the Los Angeles Municipal Codes Section 80.69.4, hereby prohibits the parking of

vehicles that are in excess of 22 feet in length or over 84 inches in height, during the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. along the following street segments:
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Both sides of Gaynor Avenue from Rinaldi St to Harvest St Both sides of Chatsworth Street front Reseda Blvd to Zelzah Ave

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that upon the adoption of this Resolution, the Department of Transportation be directed to post signs giving notice of a tow

away, no parking' restriction for oversized vehicles, with the specific hours detailed;
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Transportation be authorized to make technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions

in order to effectuate the intent of this Resolution.
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auficilmember, 12lh Districto 0 2 2019 SECONDED BY:At

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transportationRESOLUTION

WHEREAS, California Vehicle Code Section 22507 authorizes cities to restrict the parking of vehicles, including but not limited to, those vehicles

that are six feet or more in height, on identified City streets during certain hours; and
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WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 80.69.4 allows the Council to authorize by resolution, the streets upon which the parking of oversize

vehicles shall be restricted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.; and
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WHEREAS, there is an increased problem with oversized vehicles parking immediately adjacent to residential buildings in Venice - these large vehicles

are often parked overnight and constrict travel lanes, thereby creating dangerous situations;
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NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council, pursuant to the Municipal Codes Section 80.69.4, and the California Vehicle Code Section 22507

hereby prohibits the parking of vehicles that are in excess of 22 feet in length or over 7 feel in height, during the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., along the following streets:
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Courtland Street between Lake Street and Rose Avenue

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that upon the adoption of the Resolution, the Department of Transportation be directed to post signs giving notice of a tow

away, no parking restriction for oversized vehicles, with the specific hours detailed, at the above locations; and
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Transportation be authorized to make technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions

in order to effectuate the intent of this Resolution.
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PRESENTED BY: MIKE BONIN Council member, 11th District

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TRANSPORTATION RESOLUTION

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WHEREAS, California Vehicle Code Section 22507 authorizes cities to restrict the parking of vehicles, including but not limited to, those vehicles

that are six feet or more in height, on identified City streets during certain hours; and
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WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 80.69.4 allows the Council to authorize by resolution, the streets upon which the parking of oversize

vehicles shall be restricted between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.; and
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WHEREAS, there is an increased problem with oversized vehicles parking on street segments in Del Rey, immediately adjacent to residential buildings.

These large vehicles arc often parked overnight and constrict travel lanes, thereby creating undesirable roadway conditions;
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NOW. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council, pursuant to the Municipal Codes Section 80.69.4, and the California Vehicle Code Section 22507

hereby prohibits the parking of vehicles that are in excess of 22 feet in length or over 7 feet in height, during the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., along the following streets:
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Kensington Road between (little) Culver Boulevard and Avon Way

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that upon the adoption of the Resolution, the Department of Transportation be directed to post signs giving notice of a tow

away, no parking restriction for oversized vehicles, with the specific hours detailed, at the above locations; and
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Transportation be authorized to make technical corrections or clarifications to the above instructions

in order to effectuate the intent of this Resolution.
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PRESENTED BY: MIKE BONIN Councilmember, 11th District

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TRANSPORTATION RESOLUTION

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WHEREAS, the establishment of an Overnight Parking District (OPD) is an effective tool to address a variety of public safety and public welfare

issues associated with non-resident vehicles that park overnight in residential neighborhoods; and
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WHEREAS, the residents along North Citrus Avenue and North Mansfield Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard face the problem of

criminal activity and health and safety issues related to non-residents and homeless parking their vehicles overnight in their neighborhood; and
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WHEREAS, LADOT received a letter from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), requesting the establishment of overnight parking restrictions along

this segment of North Citrus Avenue and North Mansfield Avenue to address public safety and quality of life nuisance problems associated with the vehicles of non-residents; and
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WHEREAS, the Los Angeles Municipal Code Section 80.54 provides for the establishment of OPDs and California Vehicle Code (CVC) Section 22651 (n)

gives the City the authority to tow, where local authorities by ordinance or resolution have prohibited parking and authorized the removal of vehicles;
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NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council, pursuant to Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) Section 80.54 and California Vehicle Code Section

2265 l(n), hereby establishes an Overnight Parking District (OPD) with the following on-street parking restriction on both sides of North Citrus Avenue and North Mansfield Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard:
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Tow Away No Stopping 2 AM to 6 AM

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that upon approval of this resolution, the Department of Transportation be directed to post the new parking restriction, as

noted above, on signs along the street segment noted above; and
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the establishment of the OPD, pursuant to LAMC Section 80.54. is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act

(CEQA) as a Class 1 Categorical Exemption, under the 2002 City CEQA Guidelines, Article III. 1 .a.3.
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Police Department shall have the primary responsibility for the enforcement of the authorized nightly parking

restrictions on this segment of North Citrus Avenue and North Mansfield Avenue once the signs have been posted, with support from LADOT Parking Enforcement; and
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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Transportation is authorized to make any technical adjustments deemed necessary to implement the

parking signs authorized by this Resolution.
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* ( PRESENTED BY 2TJDavid E. Ryu Councilmember, 4th District

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LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT

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IJAa I , V1 i P.O. Box 30158

Los Angeies, CA 90030 Telephone: (213) 972-2900 TTY: (877) 275-5273 Ref : 6.1

iMICHEL R. MOORE Chief of Police

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ERIC GARCETTT Mayor

March 27, 2019

Mr. Bhuvan Bajaj, Transportation Engineer Department of Transportation 6501 Fountain Avenue Los Angeles, California 90028

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Support for Proposed Parking Restriction 1158 through 1120 North Citrus Avenue and North Mansfield Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038

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RE:

Dear Mr. Bajaj:

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), Hollywood Division, has received numerous complaints regarding large recreational vehicles (campers,

trailers and buses) parking more than the 72-hour limit and taking up multiple parking spaces on North Citrus Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard and North Mansfield Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. This is occurring throughout the day on the street; further it should be noted that most of those vehicles that park at this location do not have septic tanks installed and the waste is being dumped into the local storm drains.
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The local businesses are requesting TOW AWAY NO PARKING 2am to 6am - 7 days a week.

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The LAPD fully supports the imposed parking restrictions in an effort to prevent parking and deter nuisance activity in the area.

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If you have any questions regarding this letter, please contact Officer Paul Jordan, Hollywood Area Community Relations Office, at (323) 871-4068.

Respectfully,

MICHEL R. MOORE Chief of Police

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CORY PALKtA, Captain Commanding Officer Hollywood Area

AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER www.LAPDonline. org www.joinLAPD.com

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MOTION

To help overcome the biggest barriers to mobility, the Toyota Mobility Foundation (TMF) was established in August 2014. Through this foundation,

Toyota combines technological and environmental expertise and resources, with the vision and experience of organizations around the world to address urban transportation challenges and expand personal mobility for all people.
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On April 23, 2018, the Council approved a 59,000 grant award from the Mayor s Fund and the TMF to use Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control

(ATSAC) cameras to automatically count bicyclists and pedestrians. The grant funds were used in conjunction with the California State University Los Angeles to fund research into the use of ATSAC cameras and computer vision/machine learning technologies to automatically count bicyclists and pedestrians. The goal of the project is to improve the availability of reliable active transportation behavior data in the pilot Arts District neighborhood, and to demonstrate a novel approach to training computer vision algorithms based on data collected by the City.
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LADOT, in conjunction with the Information Technology Agency, is now seeking additional grant funding to launch a two-year pilot project in the Arts

District to build on machine learning algorithms developed under a previous TMF partnership.
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I THEREFORE MOVE that the City Council AUTHORIZE the Department of Transportation to apply for. accept funds and execute any necessary agreements, in

an amount up to 825,000, from the Toyota Mobility Foundation for a pilot program in the Arts District to analyze active transportation data through the installation of new ATSAC cameras, new relocatable digital cameras, and other sensor technology and software.
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1 FURTHER MOVE that, on approval of the grant award, the City Council AUTHORIZE the Controller to:

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Deposit said funds in the Transportation Grant Fund No. 655 and appropriate up to 825,000 therein to a new account entitled, Toyota Bike/Pedestrian

Count Grant. Transfer 275,000 from the new Toyota Bike/Pedestrian Count Grant account to Fund 100, Department 32 (Information Technology Agency) as follows:
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a. 260,000 to Contractual Services Account 003040; and b. 15,000 to Office and Administrative Services Account 006010.

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Make any technical corrections or clarifications as necessary to the above instructions in order to effectuate the intent of this motion.

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PRESENTED BY: MIKE BONfN Councilmember, 11th DistrictApR o z 2019

SECONDED BY: msr

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item 12

BOARD REPORT CITY OF LOS ANGELES

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

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March 14, 2019Date:

Board of Transportation Commissioners

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Seleta J. Reynolds', ^GeVieral Manag Department of Transportation

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CONSOLIDATION AND CONVERSION OF TEMPORARY PREFERENTIAL PARKING DISTRICTS NO. 1ST, 230, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243, 245, 249, 250, 251, 252,

254, AND 256 INTO NEWLY ESTABLISHED PREFERENTIAL PARKING DISTRICT NO. 300, AND AMENDMENT OF ITS BOUNDARIES NEAR THE EXPO LIGHT RAIL LINE IN COUNCIL DISTRICT 5
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Subject:

SUMMARY

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation LA DOT) recommends the consolidation of lemporary Preferential Parking Districts TPPDs) No. 187, 230,

232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243, 245, 249, 250, 251 252, 254, and 256 near the Expo Light Rail in Council District (CD) 5 and conversion of those TPPDs into Preferential Parking District (PPD) No. 300.
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RECOMMENDATIONS

FIND that the consolidation of TPPDs No 187, 230, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243, 245, 249, 250. 250 252, 254, and 250, within the boundary

enumerated in Recommendation No 3. i.mwc W 'ho i wudwus won gwnter w rose n> parking whmn the wwdmD In i neighborhood Hod they 5v';
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FIND that the consolidation of TPPDs No. 187, 230, 232, 234, 237 250, 2SI, 252, 254, and 256 and conversion of those consolidated TPPDs into the

newly established PPD Mo. 300 are exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as a Class 1 Categorical Exemption, under Article tit.l.a.B of the 2002 Los Angeles City CEQA Guidelines.
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ADOPT the attached Resolution establishing PPD No. 300, pursuant to Section BO.SS.d of the Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC), consisting of the

residential areas within the portions of the foilowing boLin d a n e s:

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Exposition Boulevard between Sepulveda Boulevard and Westwood Boulevard Westwood Boulevard between Exposition Boulevard and Richland Avenue Richland

Avenue between Westwood Boulevard and Selby Avenue Selby Avenue between Richland Avenue and Exposition Boulevard Exposition Boulevard between Selby Avenue and Overland Avenue Overland Avenue between Exposition Boulevard and Clarkson Road Coventry Avenue between Overland Avenue and Malcolm Avenue
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Malcolm Avenue between Coventry Place and Clarkson Road Clarkson Road between Malcolm Avenue and Gtendori Avenue Glendon Avenue between Clarkson Road

and Coventry Place Coventry Place between Glendon Avenue and Westwood Boulevard Westwood Boulevard between Coventry Place and CIO Freeway Coventry Place between Westwood Boulevard and Clarkson Road Clarkson Road between Coventry Place and Veteran Avenue Clarkson Road between Overland Avenue and the cul-de-sac south of Selby Avenue Westwood Boulevard between Richland Avenue and the 1-10 Freeway Clarkson Road between Coventry Place and Veteran Avenue Veteran Avenue between Clarkson Road and Brookhaven Avenue Brookhaven Avenue between Veteran Avenue and Greenfield Avenue Greenfield Avenue between Brookhaven Avenue and the cul-de-sac south of Brookhaven Avenue Brookhaven Avenue between Greenfield Avenue and Military Avenue Military Avenue between Brookhaven Avenue and 1-10 Freeway Brookhaven Avenue between Military Avenue and Bentley Avenue Bentley Avenue between Brookhaven Avenue and Richland Avenue Richland Avenue between Bentley Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard Sepulveda Boulevard between Richland Avenue and 1-10 Freeway Richland Avenue between Sepulveda Boulevard arid Cotner Avenue Cotner Avenue between Richland Avenue and Pickford Street Pickford Street between west intersection of Cotner Avenue and east intersection of Cotner Avenue Cotner Avenue between Pickford Street and Pear Si reel Pear Street between ad de sac west of Cotner Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard
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* Sepuiveda Boulevard between Pear Street and reposition Boulevard

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AM TO n ww MOCCAv RCED; DISTRICT 300 PERMITS EXEMPT restriction for use on MiYC:/: 1 Xf 1 p' uOUP PARKING

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portions of the street segments set forth in Recommendation No. 3noin '-:uvb us iw r tr'uuur iuni above, except where parking is already prohibited

for traffic flow or public safety.
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AUTHORIZE the following alternate restrictions that will become available to post, subject to the receipt and verification of the requisite petition

for posting of alternate parking district restrictions :
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NO PARKING 6 PM TO 8 AM; 2 HOUR PARKING 8 AM TO 6 PM, VEHICLES WITH DISTRICT NO. 300 PERMITS EXEMPT

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NO PARKING 8 AM TO 6 PM, VEHICLES WITH DISTRICT NO. 300 PERMITS EXEMPT * 2 HOUR. PARKING 8 AM TO 6 PM, VEHICLES WITH DISTRICT NO. 300 PERMITS EXEMPT

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INSTRUCT LADOT to, immediately consolidate TPPDs No. 187, 230, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243, 245, 249, 250, 2.51, 252, 254, and 256 and convert

the districts into PPD (No. 300, in accordance with Section C.8 of the March 16, 2016 Rules and Procedures for Preferential
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which states that LADOT may periodically review PPD boundaries andParking Districts recommend consolidation of adjacent PPDs into a larger single PPD

where such consolidation

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will aid In ihe administration and enforcement of the preferential parking program and where ihe program criteria are found >o be generally

satisfied.
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INSTRUCT LADO f to initiate the necessary procedures for the preparation and sale permits to residents within the boundaries of PPE) Mo. 300, as

specified in Section 80.58 of the LAfvIC.
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parking

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DIRECT LADOT to post or remove the authorized parking restrictions upon receipt and validation of petitions containing signatures from 75 percent of

the dwelling units, covering more than 50 percent of the developed frontage on a street segment requesting installation or removal of the parking restrictions set forth in Recommendation No. 4. after establishment of th City Council, without further action of the City Council.
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BACKGROUND

City Council established TPPOs No. 187, 230, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243, 245, 249, 250, 251, 255, 254, arid 256 in 2016 to alleviate the

anticipated non-residential vehicles that would park in the area once the Light Rail opened in May 2016. Councilrnernber Paul Korea's office believed that the streets located within the TPPDs would likely experience an overwhelming number of vehicles from commuters of the Expo Light Rail and business employees parking In their neighborhoods,
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The Rules and Procedures for Preferential Parking Districts approved by the City Council on March 16, 2016, allows LADOT to recommend the revision or

consolidation of boundaries of a PPD where such consolidation will aid in the administration and enforcement of the preferential parking program and where the Program Criteria are found to be generally satisfied.
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Parking is currently allowed in this area, and the establishment of this PPD involves negligible or no expansion to existing use: ihewfore the

establishment of tins PPD falls within the Gass I Categorical exemption of wchor: 153(4; G of the Gate CFQA Guidelines and the 2002 Otv CEQA Guidelines, Arm le Go w a.
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DISCUSSION

On May 4, 2017, LADOT received a letter from Counairnember Paul Koret? requesting the consolidation of TPPDs No. 187, 230, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240,

241, 243, 245, 249, 250, 251, 252, 254, and 256 near the Expo Light Rail area of CD 5. Since the City Council established the TPPDs in 2.016, residents, CouncfErnember Paul Koretz, and LADOT staff believe that the residents would be greatly impacted by non-residential vehicles if the TPPDs did not exist, Linder the current Preferential Parking Rules and Procedures, TPPDs No. 187, 230, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243, 245, 249, 2.50, 251, 2.52, 254, and 256 can now be administratively consolidated and converted into a permanent PPD to aid in the administration and enforcement of the PPD. LADOT agrees with the request to consolidate the TPPDs to a permanent PPD.
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Residents of the blocks listed below provided signed and validated petitions to post 2. Hour Parking 8 am to 6 pm Daily. A block is defined as a

street segment between two intersecting streets. The petitions represent more than 75 percent of dwelling units on both sides of the street covering more than 50 percent of the developed frontage on each block.
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* Greenfield .Avenue between Exposition Boulevard and Brookhaven .Avenue * Greenfield Avenue between Brookhaven and dead south of Brookhaven Avenue

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* Keiton Avenue between exposition Boulevard and Brooknaven Avenue Keiton Avenue between Brookhaven Avenue and Clarkson Road Veteran Avenue between

Exposition Boulevard and Brockhavom Avenue
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LADOT proposes to amend the boundary of PPD No. 30(3 by one block to include Sepulveda Boulevard between Richland Avenue and the 10 Freeway to

prevent this block segment from being isolated with no other means to park.
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FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT

Revenue from the sale of permits will cover the cost of implementing, administering, and enforcing PPD Do. 300. Violations of the posted restrictions

may result in citation fines deposited into the Genera
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Attachments: Resolution Letter from Councifrnember Paul Koretz PPD No. 300 Maps

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Approved:___

Board (If drafts- von Commissioners

/ Commission Executive Assistant

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RESOLUTION

CONSOLIDATION AND CONVERSION OF TEMPORARY PREFERENTIAL PARKING DISTRICTS NO,. 187, 230, 232, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241, 243, 245, 249, 250, 251, 252,

254, AND 256 INTO NEWLY ESTABLISHED PREFERENTIAL PARKING DISTRICT NO. 300, AND AMENDMENT OF ITS BOUNDARIES NEAR THE EXPO LIGHT RAIL. LINE IN COUNCIL DISTRICT 5
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WHEREAS, the Los Angeles City Council, by Ordinance No. 152,722, effective September 2, 1979.. revised by Ordinance No. 157,425, effective March 1.8,

1983, amended by Ordinance Mo. 161,414, effective July 26, 1986, and further revised by Ordinance No. 171,029, effective June 1, 1996, provided for the establishment of Preferential Parking Districts (PPD) by Resolution of the City Council in each case. The latest revision was adopted by City Council on November 6, 2.018, Council File 15-Q600-S62, under Section 80.58 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC); and
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WHEREAS, the establishment of PPDs is an effective toot In restricting excessive numbers of nonresident vehicles from parking In residential

neighborhoods; and
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WHEREAS, pursuant to LAMC Section 80.58.k, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) promulgated Rules and Procedures for Preferential

Parking Districts' revised by Ordinance No. 177,845, effective September 30, 2006, and an amendment by Ordinance No. 180059, adopted by the City Council on August 30, 2008, which further updated the Permit fees; and
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WHEREAS, the residents located in the residential portions of the following boundaries are limited to the number of street parking options that are

available to them while they live in a five block Temporary Preferential Parking District (TPPD) and seek greater access to parking within the residential neighborhood that they live in:
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- Mpovbon Boumvard between Sepuivwja Boulevard and Westwood Boulevard

Avenue between Westwood Boulevard and Selby Avenue Selby Avenue between Richland Avenue and Exposition Boulevard * Exposition Boulevard between Selby Avenue and Overiand Avenue * Overland Avenue between Exposition Boulevard and Clarkson Road * Coventry Avenue between Overland Avenue and Malcolm Avenue * Malcolm Avenue between Coventry Place and Clarkson Road Clarkson Road between Malcolm Avenue and Giendon Avenue * Giendon Avenue between Clarkson Road and Coventry Place * Coventry Place between Giendon Avenue and Westwood Boulevard 'Westwood Boulevard between Coventry Place and 1-10 Freeway * Coventry Place between Westwood Boulevard and Clarkson Road * Clarkson Road between Coventry Place and Veteran Avenue * Clarkson Road between Overland Avenue and the cul-de-sac south of Selby Avenue 'Westwood Boulevard between Richland Avenue and the f-10 Freeway * Clarkson Road between Coventry Place and Veteran Avenue * Veteran Avenue between Clarkson Road and Brookhaven Avenue * Brookhaven Avenue between Veteran Avenue and Greenfield Avenue
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Greenfield Avenue between Brookhsven Avenue and the cul-de-sac south of Brookhaven Avenue Srookhaven Avenue between Greenfield Avenue and Military

Avenue Military Avenue between Srookhaven Avenue and i-10 freeway Srookhaven Avenue between Military Avenue and Bentley Avenue Bentley Avenue between Bro Richland Avenue between Bentley Avenu
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haven Avenue and Richland AvenueU and Sepulveda Boulevard

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Sepulveda Boulevard between Richland Avenue and 1-10 Freeway Richland Avenue between Sepulveda Boulevard and Cotner Avenue Cotner Avenue between

Richland Avenue and Pickford Street Pickford Street between west intersection of Cotner Avenue and east intersection of Colne
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C

Avenue Cotner Avenue between Pickford Street and Pearl Street Pearl Street between cubde-ssc west of Cotner Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard Sepulveda

Boulevard between Pear Street and Exposition Boulevard
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WHEREAS, LADOT recommends the consoiida Nos.. 187, 230, 232, 2.34, 237, 238,son a n the administration and enforcement ofy ai' '

as parking program. fc: pi

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245, 249, 250, 251, 252, 254, and 256 be consolidated and converted into a permanent PPD in accordance with Section C.8 of the Rules and Procedures

for Preferential Parking Districts, which states that LADOT may periodically review PPD boundaries and recommend consolidation of adjacent PPDs into a larger single PPD 'where such consolidation will aid in the administration arid enforcement of the preferential parking program and where the Program Criteria are found to be generally satisfied; and
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