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  1. Mobility COMPREHENSIVE PLANAMENDMENT (CPA 01-09) TO EFFECTIVELY LINK LAND USE & TRANSPORTATION

  2. NOV 2006 – BOCC ADOPTS PROP SHARE • APRIL 2007 – DRAFT LTCMS • MAY 2007 – SPRINGHILLS HEARING • FEB 2008 – PIP FOR LTCMS • JUNE 2008 – NEWBERRY VILLAGE CPA • MAY 2008 – MTPO PRESENTATION • AUG 2008 – CITY OF GAINESVILLE MGR • SEPT 2008 – MTPO PART II • SEPT 2008 – BOCC DIRECTION • OCT 2008 – CITY OF GAINESVILLE COMM • FEB 2009 – JOINT LPA / BOCC • APRIL 2009 – LPA PART I • MAY 2009 – LPA PART II • JUNE 2009 – BOCC TRANSMITTAL

  3. AVAILABLE OPTIONS MULTIMODAL APPROACH ROADWAYSONLYVS

  4. ISSUES IDENTIFIED WITH CURRENT CONCURRENCY SYSTEM • CAPACITY NOT MOBILITY EMPHASIZED • FOCUS ON SHORT TERM NOT LONG TERM • MISSING LAND USE TRANSPORTATION • INEQUITABLE • UNPREDICTABLE • DEVELOPMENT CHASES CAPACITY

  5. ALTERNATIVE: STICKING WITH EXISTING SYSTEM • ROADS ONLY • LONG TERM CONCURRENCY SYSTEM • PROPORTIONATE SHARE • ELIMINATE TRANSIT FUNDING • ELIMINATE CONCURRENCY EXCEPTIONS • COUNTY / DEVELOPERS PAY FOR EXCEPTIONS

  6. PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

  7. LINKING TRANSPORTATION & LAND USE

  8. LOOKING @ BIG PICTURE HOLISTIC LOOK @ MOBILITY SYSTEM WIDE vs. PIECEMEAL TRANSITIONARY 20 YEAR PLAN MULTI-MODAL LAND USE PATTERN EMPHASIZE DESIGN OVER LAND USE GREEN & ENERGY EFFICIENT **CAP & TRADE + VMT & GAS TAX**

  9. TRANSIT ORIENTED & TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT

  10. INSERT ORENCO STATION VIDEO

  11. LAND USE AMENDMENTS TND EVOLVE / TOD REPLACE TCEPPT MIXED-USE & DENSITY FOCUS VILLAGE CENTER SMALL BLOCKS (Specific Block Lengths) PEDESTRIAN / BIKE FRIENDLY GRID NETWORK DE-EMPHASIZE PARKING STAGE SET FOR ACTIVITY CENTER REDO

  12. TOD vs. TND FUND TRANSIT FOR 15 YEARS ALLOWED 24 UNITS PER ACRE MINIMUM DENSITY THRESHOLDS HIGHER MIXED-USE ALLOWANCE FLEXIBILITY WITH MIXED-USE LOCATED ON TRANSIT CORRIDOR HIGHER INTERNAL CAPTURE HIGHER MODE SHARE

  13. TOD/ TND INCENTIVES • MIXED USE AS AN ELEMENT OF TND AND TOD • LOWERS MINIMUM ACRE THRESHOLD FOR TND • TND AND TOD WOULD NOT REQUIRE LAND USE AND ZONING CHANGES (I.E. STRAIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT PLAN APPROVAL) • HIGHER DENSITY FOR TOD + TND DENSITY BONUS • REDUCED TRANSPORTATION FEE FOR TND & TOD

  14. STRIKING A BALANCE NO COMP PLAN OR REZONING MORE DETAIL MORE FLEXIBILITY

  15. VILLAGE CENTER & TSA 1/2 1/4 1/8 Village Center 1/4 Transit Supportive Area

  16. VILLAGE CENTER & TSA Transit Supportive Area 1/4 1/4 Village Center 1/8 1/8 1/4

  17. TRANSIT STATION & DEDICATED CORRIDOR 1/4 Dedicated Transit Corridor 1/8 Village Center Transit Supportive Area

  18. BLOCK PATTERNS

  19. TRANSPORTATION AMENDMENT ELIMINATE CONCURRENCY IN CLUSTER MULTI-MODAL TRANSPORTATION FEE MOBILITY VIA MULTI MODES Interconnected Roadways Multi-Use Paths Connectivity Express Transit Dedicated Lanes EVOLVE FROM ROADS TO TRANSIT RECOGNIZE CONGESTION WILL OCCUR

  20. OVERALL INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN

  21. TRANSIT TRANSIT SUPPORTIVE LAND USE SPAGHETTI MODEL DOES NOT WORK PEOPLE WILL DRIVE, WALK, BIKE PHASED EXPRESS SERVICE (2015 – 2020) PARK N RIDE LOTS – REGIONAL DEMAND DEDICATED LANES START IN 2020 MORE FREQUENT TRANSIT AFTER 2025 *** * COORDINATION WITH RTS ****

  22. TRANSIT NEEDS EVOLVE FROM PRIMARY STUDENT FOCUS DEDICATED LANES PARK & RIDE LOTS DEDICATED FUNDING SOURCE REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY REGIONAL FOCUS MAINTENANCE FACILITY & CAPITAL JOINT PLANNING

  23. INSERT EUGENE VIDEO

  24. URBAN CLUSTER EXPRESS TRANSIT MTPO # 1 TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT CORRIDOR Newberry / Jonesville Express MTPO # 6 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PRIORITY Enhanced transit Service to Eastside CONSISTENT WITH MTPO 2025 LRTP NEEDS PLAN

  25. RAPID TRANSIT AND POTENTIAL TOD/TND LOCATIONS

  26. BICYCLE/PEDESTRIAN GOALS ACHIEVE “PLATINUM” LEVEL BICYCLE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY STATUS MULTI-USE BIKE / PEDESTRIAN FACILITY ON ALL MAJOR ROADS IN URBAN AREA 10 foot 5 foot 6 foot 8 foot BIKE LANES/ PAVED SHOULDERS ON MOST MAJOR ROADS IN URBAN AREA

  27. INSERT BIKE / PED VIDEO

  28. BICYCLE / PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES

  29. MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION FEE • EXISTING IMPACT FEE SERVES AS BASE • MULTIMODAL INFRASTRUCTURE • FEE REDUCTION FOR TOD AND TND • TOD FUNDS TRANSIT SERVICE • RURAL FEE URBAN FEE

  30. INFRASTRUCTURE SALES TAX • 1 CENT = $38 MILLION/YEAR • COUNTY’S SHARE = $18 MILLION/YEAR • ½ CENT = $19 MILLION/YEAR • COUNTY’S SHARE = $9 MILLION/YEAR • ¼ CENT = $9.5 MILLION/YEAR • COUNTY’S SHARE = $4.25 MILLION/YEAR • 1 YEAR / 1 CENT = FOUR I-75 CROSSINGS • LEVERAGE STATE/FEDERAL FUNDING

  31. ADDITIONAL FUNDING SOURCES • BACKLOG AUTHORITY • REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY • REGIONAL TRANSIT ASSESSMENT • UF/SANTA FE COLLEGE FUNDING • STATE/FEDERAL • PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS • FUTURE VMT & CARBON TAX

  32. Beville Creek UF Urban Village Butler Plaza TOD Dedicated Transit Lanes PUBLIC / PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROACTIVE VS REACTIVE

  33. STAFF RECOMMENDS TRANSMITTAL OF CPA 01-09 to the FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS