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  SB 743 VMT  

Succeed with CA SB 743 using StreetLight’s granular VMT metrics

Looking for VMT metrics to help you fulfill the new requirements of SB 743?

Starting July 1, California is shifting from vehicle Level of Service (LOS) to Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) for transportation impact analyses under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). StreetLight’s VMT metrics are an easy and affordable way to get VMT data anywhere in the state to satisfy the new rules. Get access to accurate, up-to-date data, rather than relying on less granular or older modeled data. Contact our team to learn more.

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Save time and access best-in-class VMT metrics

Data derived from model estimates have multiple limitations-small sample sizes, infrequent data updates, and multiple months for completion. We have created a special cut of our VMT metrics for SB 743 that expedites the long waits, and harnesses the power of 365 days of Big Data.

SACOG* Survey
StreetLight Metrics
Data from 2018
Data from 2019
7 days of data across
2 calendar months
365 days worth of data
App assisted survey GPS
assist to normalize, expand
Big Data fused with contextualized data to normalize, expand
Time to complete: ~7 months
Time to complete: <1 day

*Sacramento Area Council of Governments

Trip Sample Size Comparison Between SACOG Survey and StreetLight VMT Metrics
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SACOG* Survey
StreetLight Metrics
Data from 2018
Data from 2019
7 days of data across
2 calendar months
365 days worth of data
App assisted survey GPS
assist to normalize, expand
Big Data fused with contextualized data to normalize, expand
Time to complete: ~7 months
Time to complete: <1 day

*Sacramento Area Council of Governments

Trip Sample Size Comparison Between SACOG Survey and StreetLight VMT Metrics

SACOG Bar Chart

Say goodbye to LOS and hello to VMT

Help your region minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Use our VMT for SB 743 implementation including screening, performance updates, compliance, adapting to rapid behavioral changes, new modes, and more. Compare your project’s location to city, county, or regional averages. Get access to the following required metrics (and more) for cities, counties, or MPOs:

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Household VMT per resident

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Home-based work VMT per employee

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Home-based VMT per resident

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VMT for visitors

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  WEBINAR  

New VMT Metrics from StreetLight to Comply With California's SB 743

Watch this webinar to learn about:

  • StreetLight’s methodology behind the VMT metrics
  • Fehr & Peers’ independent validation study of the metrics 
  • Uses for Big Data in SB 743 implementation

This webinar features Ron Milam, Director of Technology at Fehr & Peers, and Laura Schewel, CEO of StreetLight Data.

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  WHITE PAPER  

StreetLight SB 743 Metric Methodology and Validation

Our white paper explains the data sources and methodology behind the new Metric, and shares independent validation information.  

Read our white paper to explore:

  • The location based data (LBS) approach to measuring vehicle miles traveled
  • SB 743 metrics summarized based on VMT classifications (Resident, Employee, Visitor VMT)
  • Fehr & Peers independent validation study of our Metric using Census Block Groups
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Get started with StreetLight’s SB 743 VMT metrics

Access these metrics today so you can start to abide by CEQA’s new requirements prior to July 1.
Contact our team to get started.