Design for active transportation and transit to be the easiest choices to support a pedestrian-oriented urban realm near transit.
Integrate transit into the center of the community rather than the periphery.
Provide secure and convenient cycling and micro-mobility amenities including, but not limited to, bike racks, bike lockers, and bike and scooter share to encourage multi-modal transportation.
- Locate bicycle and car-share parking for easy access to the street, to prioritize connections between first-and-last-mile solutions and transit.
Plan for adaptation to emerging mobility services and modes, such as autonomous vehicles and on-demand transit.
- On Demand Transit helps people plan in advance and connect to transit, making it easier for people to choose transit over single occupant vehicle travel. It is particularly useful in lower density areas to provide first-last-mile options for pedestrian travel.
- Build in measures that support changing mobility modes such as flexible curb lanes, communications infrastructure, geofencing and variable signs.
Provide safe, accessible connections between accessible mobility services and transit, including accessible travel paths, clear signage, and guidance surface tiles.