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  1. How Walkable and Bike-able Is UCLA ? Multi-Modal Level Of Service Analysis in the UCLA Campus Hyeran Lee Class of 2014 Master of Urban and Regional Planning at UCLA

  2. What is Multi-Modal Level Of Service? • Conventional Level Of Service (LOS) • Traffic volume on the road • A to F Letter Grade • No consideration to other modes • Multi-Modal Level Of Service (MMLOS) • Includes other modes in formula • Observational Survey (PEQI & BEQI, Fort Collins, Charlotte) • Mathematical Modeling (Highway Capacity Manual, Florida DOT)

  3. Study Area:UCLA Campus & Westwood Village

  4. PEQI Pedestrian Environmental Quality Index BEQI Bicycle Environmental Quality Index • Developed by San Francisco Department of Public Health in 2008 • Peer-reviewed formula – domains and indicators selected and weighted based on surveys by city planners, planning consultants, and pedestrian advocates • Microsoft Access Database + GIS Mapping • Relatively less labor and capital intensive than other methodologies

  5. PEQI Domains and Indicators

  6. Bicycle Domains and Indicators

  7. PEQI and BEQI Formula • (unadjusted score*) – (minimum score) • (maximum score) – (minimum score) • * Unadjusted Score = sum of weighted scores of all indices Total score = x 100

  8. Results: PEQI

  9. Results: PEQI

  10. Results: PEQI

  11. Results: PEQI

  12. Results: BEQI

  13. Results: BEQI

  14. Results: BEQI

  15. Results: BEQI

  16. Application of BEQI and PEQI • Select priority areas based on PEQI and BEQI scores • Analyze each location to determine the appropriate mix of the 3E’s process • Incorporate with existing transportation database • Post-improvement assessment