Transit Ready Design - Canin CNU17

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Brian Canin, President of Canin Associates, discusses ongoing research into a model for Transit Ready Design based in Central Florida including Restoration, a major development project that is …

Brian Canin, President of Canin Associates, discusses ongoing research into a model for Transit Ready Design based in Central Florida including Restoration, a major development project that is expected to include a project funded streetcar line.

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  • 1. RESTORATION, FL Transit Ready Design at the Community Scale
  • 2. The Transit Ready Region Airport Lake Toho Horizon West Downtown Orlando Kissimmee Disney Sanford New Growth Areas TOD sheds for proposed transit
  • 3. The Transit Ready Sector
    • Design greenfield developments to be transit ready over time.
    • Plan for build-out
    • Shift our focus from planning projects to planning sub-regions or area-wide districts
    • In infill areas fill out the system one piece at a time. Think long term
  • 4. Transit Ready Area Planning 10-minute walk Near-term development @ 5 DU/Acre Future development @ 15 DU/Acre 5-minute walk 1 mile
    • Typical new town structure. 4 villages around Town Center:
    • 20,000 DU
    • 50,000 pop
    • 12,500 people per square mile
    Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line on 2 mile centers or a streetcar system.
    • Market-driven, transit-ready designs for new development using multi-way boulevards
  • 5. The Transit Ready Project
    • Restoration
    • City of New Smyrna Beach
    • City of Edgewater
  • 6. Innovative Planning Through Regional Cooperation PREVIOUS DRI MAP H CURRENT DRI MAP H
    • No golf course in need of constant watering
    • Less lawn area (due to higher densities) means less irrigation and less fertilizer and pesticide
    • Less edge impact means less unintentional runoff of fertilizer and pesticide directly into the natural system
  • 7. The Restoration Plan
    • 5,187 Acres
    • 32% Developed (1,660 acres)
    • 68% Preserved (3,527 acres)
    • 8,500 Mixed Residential Units
    • Density of 5.1 units/acre
    • 3.2 Million Sq Ft of Commercial, Retail, Office, Civic and Medical
  • 8. Compact, Mixed-Use Development is a Prerequisite for Transit
  • 9. Multimodal Corridor
    • Streetcar as a developer amenity
    • Use of transit to significantly reduced concurrency payments for off site road improvements
    • Phasing development with transit
    • Commitment in the development order including appropriate phasing
  • 10. Multi-Modal Corridor
  • 11. Multi-Modal Corridor: The Transit Boulevard
  • 12. Phasing the Multi Way Boulevard
    • In the first phase transit on one side will likely be built primarily as an amenity.
    • Per the development order, transit is built in phase with transit-supportive densities
    • Similarly frontage lanes need only be added when development facing the road begins.
  • 13. Options for Phasing the Boulevard
    • Minimize infrastructure costs
    • Short term: phase the construction
    • Long term: design phases to minimize tear-outs
  • 14. The Conservation Hamlet
  • 15. Conservation Hamlet
  • 16. Conservation Hamlet
  • 17. Transit Ready Design
    • For sectors or area plans
    • For large projects
    • Reserve land for transit AND for transit appropriate land uses.
    • Use design solutions that ensure the roads and space function in the near and long term