Curbside data is critical to facilitate curb management tools, like dynamic curb regulations and pricing, which allow for greater mobility and access for people and businesses on our streets. However, collecting curbside information at scale is often a barrier to practicing digital curb management.

Urban Movement Labs (UML) partnered with CurbIQ in the summer of 2021 to test a faster method for creating a digital curb inventory. The study area included three Los Angeles neighborhoods and a subset of neighboring Maywood, representing the breadth of land use contexts in Greater Los Angeles. This complimentary webinar will explore key findings from a recent joint report by UML and CurbIQ. You also will learn the implications for planning, regulating, and monetizing the use of curb space.


Discussion Topics:

  • Challenges and lessons learned from the pilot study 
  • Proven methods to create a digital curb inventory at scale 
  • Unlocking the full potential of the curb with a digital inventory 
  • Techniques to manage a citywide digital curb inventory

Speakers

Rogelio Pardo
Program Director, 

Urban Movement Labs

FAQs

Is my city too big / too small to participate in this pilot?

Curbside demands and allocation differ from municipality-to-municipality, and virtually all municipalities would better from an understanding of their curbside regulations. Because of the value of curbside data, municipalities of all shapes and sizes can and should apply.

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Digitizing the Curb: 

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How does CurbIQ collect the data? Am I involved as a municipality?

CurbIQ has a variety of methods to generate a city’s curb layer that largely depend on the existing data a municipality has available to offer. These processes can be done completely independently of the city or involve city staff for surveying while CurbIQ completes the processing – these options are flexible depending on a municipality’s preferences.

How long does it take to set up this data in CurbIQ?

This depends on the datasets currently available, and the size of the desired pilot area. Typically, you would be up and running within a month of giving the CurbIQ team the go-ahead.

Can the public view this information?

This is entirely up to the municipality. Sharing curbside and parking information with the general public and curbside users has many benefits. However, municipalities may want to use CurbIQ for planning purposes, and do some curbside regulation 'housekeeping' before providing to the general public.

Can we customize what information is shown in CurbIQ for the pilot?

Yes, within reason. Anything that is geospatially referenced can generally be displayed and filtered within CurbIQ. This can include anything from speed limit data to fire hydrant locations. The information related to the pop-ups or various panels can also be customized to fit your needs.

If we have real-time data, can you show it?

Yes, we can integrate existing data, estimate based on historical data, or even install sensors and collect data in an automated fashion.

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Curbside Management Software Built for Cities

CurbIQ is a product of technology-driven design firm, IBI Group, and is developed by its parking and curbside management experts. With a rich background in public- and private-sector consulting, the CurbIQ team understands the needs of curbside users, like cities and mobility companies, and the challenges they face.

Members of the team were instrumental in the development of the City of Toronto’s visionary Curbside Management Strategy — one of only a handful of North American curbside management studies completed to-date. The team also developed a curbside decision-making framework as part of the Oshawa Parking Study.

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About UML

Urban Movement Labs is a mobility-innovation organization that links government, businesses, and community members to modern technology solutions to help solve transportation challenges in the City of Los Angeles. Urban Movement Labs aims to make Los Angeles the model city for safe, sustainable, equitable, and efficient movement of people and goods and replicate these learnings around the world.

Urban Movement Labs provides a third space for collaboration, which prioritizes a community-first approach for local agencies, communities, and companies, to co-create and co-implement mobility solutions. Our aim is to match solutions to daily transportation challenges, then test them in real urban conditions within L.A.’s city limits in a way that provides community members with a sense of ownership via pilots that include community input and feedback.

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Peter Richards
Product Director, 

CurbIQ

Jacob Malleau
Curbside Mobility Specialist, 

CurbIQ

10:00 a.m. PT  |  1:00 p.m. ET  | 1 hour

About CurbIQ

CurbIQ is a product of technology-driven design firm, IBI Group, and is developed by its parking and curbside management experts. With a rich background in public- and private-sector consulting, the CurbIQ team understands the needs of curbside users, like cities and mobility companies, and the challenges they face.

10 a.m. PT | 1:00 p.m. ET. | 1 hour

Curbside data is critical to facilitate curb management tools, like dynamic curb regulations and pricing, which allow for greater mobility and access for people and businesses on our streets. However, collecting curbside information at scale is often a barrier to practicing digital curb management.

Urban Movement Labs (UML) partnered with CurbIQ in the summer of 2021 to test a faster method for creating a digital curb inventory. The study area included three Los Angeles neighborhoods and a subset of neighboring Maywood, representing the breadth of land use contexts in Greater Los Angeles. This complimentary webinar will explore key findings from a recent joint report by UML and CurbIQ. You also will learn the implications for planning, regulating, and monetizing the use of curb space.


Discussion Topics:

  • Challenges and lessons learned from the pilot study 
  • Proven methods to create a digital curb inventory at scale 
  • Unlocking the full potential of the curb with a digital inventory 
  • Techniques to manage a citywide digital curb inventory

Speakers

Rogelio Pardo
Program Director, 

Urban Movement Labs

Peter Richards
Product Director, 

CurbIQ

Jacob Malleau
Curbside Mobility Specialist, 

CurbIQ

Urban Movement Labs is a mobility-innovation organization that links government, businesses, and community members to modern technology solutions to help solve transportation challenges in the City of Los Angeles. Urban Movement Labs aims to make Los Angeles the model city for safe, sustainable, equitable, and efficient movement of people and goods and replicate these learnings around the world.

Urban Movement Labs provides a third space for collaboration, which prioritizes a community-first approach for local agencies, communities, and companies, to co-create and co-implement mobility solutions. Our aim is to match solutions to daily transportation challenges, then test them in real urban conditions within L.A.’s city limits in a way that provides community members with a sense of ownership via pilots that include community input and feedback.

CurbIQ is a product of technology-driven design firm, IBI Group, and is developed by its parking and curbside management experts. With a rich background in public- and private-sector consulting, the CurbIQ team understands the needs of curbside users, like cities and mobility companies, and the challenges they face.

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