Can I pay a fee or buy an item as mitigation?

The City of Aspen’s preference is that trip mitigation be achieved via the mitigation measures identified in the TDM and MMLOS toolkits. However, there is also the opportunity for capital and operational/maintenance contributions should they make sense for a specific project, or if a project exhausts all other mitigation options. 

These types of contributions will be assigned credits as per the most recent information in the TIA Guidelines document and must be approved by City of Aspen Transportation and Engineering staff. More information can be found on page 14 of the TIA Guidelines document.

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1. What is a Transportation Impact Analysis?
2. Why does the City of Aspen require a TIA?
3. How do I know if my project is exempt, minor or major and what will be required?
4. What is the Process for a Level One (Minor) TIA?
5. What is the Process for a Level Two (Major) TIA?
6. Why is a narrative required?
7. What is TDM?
8. What is MMLOS?
9. Can I pay a fee or buy an item as mitigation?
10. How can I determine which measures will work for my project?
11. What if I don’t know what businesses will be in the building once my project is complete?
12. Can I receive credit for items currently in place?
13. Can I receive credit for a measure more than once?