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  1. REGIONAL MOBILITY PLAN “Connecting People and Places” CRTPA Retreat October 18, 2010

  2. REGIONAL MOBILITY PLANProject Recap

  3. Regional Mobility Plan Future Scenarios Data Collection Establish Baseline and Future Conditions Goals & Objectives Needs Assessment Determine Funding Constraints Sector Analysis Corridor Analysis Regional Mobility Plan Develop Recommendations Prioritize Needs Coordination and Public Participation

  4. Sector Plans

  5. Sector Plans • Quincy • Midway • Crawfordville • Monticello • MMTD

  6. Sector Plans - Midway • Interviewed local stakeholders • Reviewed existing transportation system and facilities • Reviewed local Comprehensive Plan Goals, Objectives and Policies related to transportation • Assessment of transit potential • Identification of activity centers and attractions • Assessment of bicycle/pedestrian facilities and connectivity • Assessment of industrial/commercial operations

  7. Sector Plans - Midway • Recommendations • Improve multimodal access and connectivity to residential areas • Provide connections to city activity centers from residential areas • Improve industrial operational and access

  8. Sector Plans - Midway Optional Conn. • Pedestrian and Bike Enhancements • Residential Connections • Optional Connection

  9. Sector Plans - Midway AADT: 19,000 Truck %: 6.79

  10. Sector Plans - Midway 10/90 Commerce Park Truck Stop

  11. Sector Plans - Midway

  12. Sector Plans - Quincy • Interviewed local stakeholders • Reviewed existing transportation system and facilities • Reviewed local Comprehensive Plan Goals, Objectives and Policies related to transportation • Assessment of transit potential • Identification of activity centers and attractions • Assessment of bicycle/pedestrian facilities and connectivity • Downtown Core Analysis

  13. Sector Plans - Quincy • Downtown Core Analysis: Facility Assessment

  14. AADT: 4100 %Trucks: 3.14% AADT: 5100 %Trucks: 6.73% AADT: 6000 %Trucks: 6.80% AADT: 6600 %Trucks: 6.73% AADT: 6000 %Trucks: 6.80% AADT: 15300 %Trucks: 7.49% AADT: 17000 %Trucks: 7.49% AADT: 3800 %Trucks: 3.14% Sector Plans - Quincy • Downtown Core Analysis: Facility Assessment

  15. Sector Plans - Quincy • Downtown Core Analysis: Multimodal LOS

  16. Sector Plans - Quincy • Recommendations • Support for Quincy By-Pass to address truck traffic • Include supporting land use and development regulations to maintain efficiency of the By-Pass when built • Maintain on-street parking downtown other than several spaces nearest intersections • Promote and educate public on commuter choices, including ridesharing opportunities and transit • Bicycle and pedestrian connectivity to activity centers

  17. Sector Plans - Crawfordville • Interviewed local stakeholders • Focused on US 319 from Linzy Mill Road at Walmart to Council Moore Road • Access management assessment • Coordinate with Crawfordville Overlay District effort

  18. Sector Plans - Monticello • Interviewed local stakeholders • Focused on truck traffic through downtown • Focused on bicycle and pedestrian access • Transportation initiatives to support economic development

  19. Sector Plans - Monticello

  20. Sector Plans - Monticello

  21. Sector Plans - Monticello • Transportation supporting economic development • Input from stakeholders and the public • Numerous historic and cultural resources • Numerous outdoor recreational opportunities • Existing bicycle events and activity • Unique character and charm

  22. Sector Plans - Monticello • Recommendations • Support for truck route to address truck traffic in downtown area • Include supporting land use and development regulations to maintain efficiency of truck facility • Promote Monticello and Jefferson County as a bicycle destination • Build on existing activities • Coordinate closely with CRTPA, trail and greenways plan, and other bicycle groups • Coordinate with state, regional and local agencies to incorporate paved shoulders on roadways

  23. Sector Plans – MMTD • Planning effort is underway • Multimodal access and connectivity • Identified existing facilities • Identify planned facilities with finalized Cost Feasible Plan • Identify missing network links • Gap analysis will be completed upon finalizing Cost Feasible Plan

  24. Corridor Planning

  25. Transit Development Plan

  26. Transit Development Plan • What’s a TDP? • How much funding is available? • What service is possible in the next ten years? • What capital investments are possible? • What policies should be considered?

  27. TDP Overview • Transit Development Plan • Required to receive state funds for transit • Ten year plan (2011-2020) • Major update required every five years • Annual progress updates • StarMetro TDP due in 2011 to FDOT

  28. 2011-2020 TDP • Coordinated with 2035 Regional Mobility Plan • Builds on plans • nova2010, • Regional Transit Study, • TIP, 2005 TDP, etc.

  29. TDP Timeframe • 2011-2014 • Coincides with CRTPA TIP • 2015-2020 • Coincides with RMP Tier 1

  30. Study Area • StarMetro service area • Four county area for expansion and coordination

  31. Transit Revenue Sources • Federal Transit Administration • Formula programs restricted to capital items • Discretionary funds • Earmark requests • Federal Highway Administration • Flexible funds can be used for transit • FDOT • System Revenue • Local Revenue

  32. Revenue Summary • 2011 – 2015 • $185 Million available • $100 Million for capital purchases and planning • $ 85 Million for operating • Pending local match and application for discretionary funds • 2016 – 2020 • $ 135 Million available • $ 40 Million for capital purchases and planning • $ 95 Million for operating • Pending local match and application for discretionary funds

  33. TDP Service Improvements • Improvements to nova2010 service • Evening hours • Sunday service • Decrease time between vehicles • Local service expansion • Blairstone Rd service • Tram Rd service

  34. TDP Capital Improvements • New transfer “super stop” locations • Southwood at Routes R,T • Southside at Routes B,G,L,M • North at Routes B,G,S • Northwest at Routes E,F,S

  35. TDP Capital Improvements (continued) • Other capital items • Hydrogen fuel cell project • ITS/AVL project • Bus replacement • Bus stop improvements • CK Steele Plaza redevelopment • The majority of capital items are pending discretionary funds and earmark requests

  36. CK Steele Redevelopment

  37. LRTP Improvements • Included in 2035 Regional Mobility Plan • Service Expansion • Express Bus • Bus Rapid Transit • Capital improvements • New transfer “super stop” locations in region • Maintenance facilities

  38. Policy Plan • StarMetro implementation program • Facilities • Staffing • Monitoring program

  39. Policy Issues • Regional transit service delivery • Human services transportation • Fixed route commuter service • Express bus and bus rapid transit • Institutional issues • Operator • Governing agency • Fiduciary responsibilities