Mobility Hub Strategy

Regional Mobility Hub Implementation Strategy for Imperial and San Diego Counties 

The Imperial County Transportation Commission and the San Diego Association of Governments have collaborated to develop a Regional Mobility Hub Implementation Strategy to demonstrate how transportation services, amenities, and supporting technologies can work together to make it easier for communities to access transit and other shared mobility choices.

The Mobility Hub Features Catalog is a resource for regional agencies, local jurisdictions, transit operators, and private service providers as they collaborate to implement mobility hubs around the region. Three mobility hub prototype sites were identified in the Imperial Valley – El Centro, Brawley, and Imperial Valley College. An Implementation Considerations memo recommends strategies to facilitate mobility hubs including planning and policies, allocating space for hub features, data sharing, and public-private partnerships. An Equity Considerations memo summarizes some benefits, challenges, and best practices associated with the equitable implementation of mobility hubs so that everyone benefits.

Download Project Files:

Mobility Hub Feature Catalog

Brawley Mobility Hub Conceptual Design

El Centro Mobility Hub Conceptual Design

Imperial Valley College Mobility Hub Conceptual Design

Implementation Considerations Memo

Equity Considerations Memo

Please refer to this SANDAG website for additional project information:

Project Funding

This project was funded by a Caltrans Emerging Priorities Program grant to develop a Regional Mobility Hub Implementation Strategy for San Diego County and Imperial Valley. The effort was led by SANDAG in collaboration with ICTC.

Project Contact:

Virginia Mendoza


1503 N Imperial Ave, Ste 104, El Centro, CA 92243



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