A list of results the BDA seeks from the implementation and long-term administration of the Curb Management Plan (CMP). These desired outcomes serve as benchmark for the BDA's evaluation of future curb projects and changing conditions that need to be addressed.
- Safe and efficient movement of people to and from the curbside with special care to protect pedestrians and other vulnerable users.
- Comfortable walking experience with improved connectivity to places and amenities.
- Biophilic urban design to separate pedestrians from vehicles and other curb conflicts.
- Quicker vehicle curbside turnover time to reduce the queue lengths and congestion impacts.
- Increase visits to street-level commercial businesses by reducing on-street parking times.
- Space for all modes to interact with the curbside without impeding throughput.
- Engages stakeholders to inform projects that repurpose curb spaces and track curb use changes; ensure alignment between the City, property managers, and tenants.
- More vibrant and appealing access experience to restaurants, retail, and open spaces.
- Enforcement personnel, resources, and infrastructure to resolve issues and deter infractions.
- Resources and permitting support to activate underutilized public spaces.
- Maintains schedules for transit, private shuttles, and school buses.
- Serves the demand for TNCs, freight and e-commerce without disrupting traffic flow.
- Dedicated curb spaces for single-ordered delivery and pick ups.
- Clear wayfinding for all modes, including ways to indicate spaces for special curb uses.
- Trash, recycle, and compost receptacles regularly maintained to avoid waste spillover.