Conventional Level of Service (LOS) calculation methods neglect multiple travel methods and only address one type of user — vehicle drivers. New methods for multimodal inclusion have been developed, but the quantity and variety may leave agencies unsure which method is best.

Cuts Through Confusion

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Multimodal

Inclusive of all modes of travel – not simply vehicular travel

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Quantify Delays

quantifies delay for all roadway users, not just the drivers — click to learn about our PersonDelay+ tool

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Impacts & Benefits

helps clients better weigh the impacts and benefits to various modes

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Client-focused

Provides qualitative measures to address client goals, as well as issues ignored in traditional vehicle LOS analysis

MMLOS methods identified through research and testing.

cities already successfully used MMLOS methodology.

Applications

Highway Capacity Manual 2010

The highway Capacity Manual 2010 utilized the Complete Streets MMLOS methodology. It was applied by variety of agencies and consultants, most widely known and critiqued.

Complete Streets MMLOS

San Diego & Los Angeles, California

Layered Network MMLOS

Los Angeles, California

Built Environment MMLOS

Burien, Washington

Level of Traffic Stress MMLOS

San Diego, California

Urban Transportation Monitor Survey Results on MMLOS (March 22, 2013)

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