The Mobility Matrix was established to foster countywide consensus on broad policy objectives to guide Metro projects. This project was one of several happening countywide and in parallel for Metro with input from all Los Angeles Councils of Government (COGs). The by-product of the effort was conversation sparked in cities and COGs around the value of issues beyond conventional mobility concerns such as complete streets approaches, sustainability and equity.
As sub-consultant to Fehr and Peers Civic Projects researched local policy plans including circulation and mobility elements and community plans, and evaluated hundreds of planned and proposed infrastructure improvements according to the public benefit criteria of mobility, safety, sustainability, economy, state of good repair and accessibility.
LA Metro worked with consultants to help all COGs in the region prioritize infrastructure implementation accross common policy objectives. Civic Projects was part of a team led by Fehr and Peers that focused on Central Los Angeles and the Westside.