Coastal Transportation Corridor

The Coastal Transportation Corridor Specific Plan (CTCSP) was originally adopted in 1985 and was updated by the City of Los Angeles in 1993.  The CTCSP was the first trip fee program implemented by the City of Los Angeles. The intent of the plan was to provide a funding mechanism for transportation improvements within the Specific Plan area that were determined to be necessary to accommodate and mitigate projected future development.  The Specific Plan area includes all or parts of Westchester-Playa Del Rey District Plan Area, the Palms-Mar Vista-Del Rey District Plan Area, the Venice Community Plan Area and the Los Angeles International Airport Interim Plan Area, generally bounded by the City of Santa Monica on the north, Imperial Highway on the south, San Diego Freeway on the east, and the Pacific Ocean on the west.

The CTCSP TIA fees were adopted to provide a funding mechanism for transportation improvements needed to address transportation impacts generated by the projected new development within the Specific Plan area, and to require that new development projects mitigate project-related transportation impacts. New development projects are required to pay the TIA fee to DOT prior to the issuance of any building, grading or foundation permit.

The Westside Mobility Plan will update the CTCSP, including an updated list of transportation improvements and trip fees.

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