REGULATION XV IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: SUCCESS OR FAILURE?
This article discusses perceptions of the success or failure of Regulation XV (Rule 105), the California South Coast Air Quality District's pioneering trip reduction regulation. The author views the increase in Average Vehicle Occupancy from 1.1 to almost 1.3 during the past 5 to 6 years as a glass half full and not half empty. In fact, the increase in carpooling witnessed among participating Los Angeles employers bucked a national trend in the 1980s and 1990s. Obviously, changes made will not clean up the air on Southern California, but the changes were in the right direction.
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- Wachs, M
- Publication Date: 1996-1
- Pagination: 1 p.
- TDM Review
- Volume: 4
- Issue Number: 1
- Publisher: Association for Commuter Transportation
- TRT Terms: Car pooling (Railroads); Commuting; Cost effectiveness; Employer sponsored transportation; Evaluation; Travel demand management
- Uncontrolled Terms: Trip reduction programs
- Old TRIS Terms: Carpooling; Program effectiveness
- Subject Areas: Public Transportation; Society;
- Accession Number: 00721003
- Record Type: Publication
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: May 27 1996 12:00AM