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  • 1.  
  • 2. Transportation Planning Baton Rouge Metropolitan Area Huey P. Dugas Center for Planning Excellence Public Forum Lod Cook Conference Center July 21, 2011
  • 3. Louisiana Association of Planning & Development Districts, Inc.
  • 4. District 2 – Capital Region Planning Commission Area
  • 5. Transportation Planning Metropolitan Planning Organizations
  • 6.  
  • 7. Metropolitan Planning Area
    • Metropolitan Population 742,186
    • MPO Population 707,600
    • 115 Directional Miles of Interstate
    • 220 Directional Miles of Principal Arterial
    • 515 Signalized Intersections
  • 8. Metropolitan Planning Organization
    • Transportation Policy Committee (TPC)
    • Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
    • Funding – Federal-State-Local
    • Transportation Planning for Baton Rouge Metropolitan Area
    • ISTEA, TEA21 and SAFET-LU
  • 9. MPO Transportation Planning
    • Twenty-five year Long Range Plan
      • Review and Update Every Four Years in Non-Attainment Area
      • 2008 Long Range Plan
    • Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
      • Review and Update every Year
      • 2012 TIP Update
  • 10.  
  • 11. 384Text Pages 65 Maps (Graphics) 449 Total Pages www.crpc-la.org
  • 12.  
  • 13. Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
  • 14. Model Trips by Purpose
  • 15. Model Trips by Purpose
  • 16. Model Trips by Purpose HBW + NHBW Trips in 2009 = 26.3%
  • 17. Project s Let 2006 – 2010 144 Projects 303.3 Miles $617,297,721
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  • 23. Transit in CRPC Planning
  • 24. MTP – BRT Analysis (Route A & B Schematics)
  • 25. Commuter Rail Ridership Forecasts Results of the 2032 travel demand model runs for the Denham Springs to Baton Rouge Commuter Rail showed an estimated forecast year ridership of approximately 130 daily riders . There are several reasons why the Commuter Rail line did not attract a higher level of ridership. Only three station locations were provided. In addition, the downtown station was isolated and did not provide direct access to the primary activity centers that would be of interest to the majority of commuters. Although a financial analysis of the Commuter Rail alternative was not a part of the current work effort, given the typical costs for service of this type and given the low ridership estimates obtained from the travel demand model, inclusion of the commuter rail alternative in the financially constrained plan does not appear to be justified at this time . It is probable, however, that identification of additional stations and the optimization of station locations could appreciably improve ridership results. It would be worthwhile to continue feasibility analysis of Commuter Rail service with a variety of station plans to determine if there are viable strategies for increasing ridership.
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  • 29. Air Quality In CRPC Planning
  • 30. Ozone Non-Attainment Area
  • 31. Conformity Analysis Report
  • 32. Population and Growth
  • 33. Item 1990 – 2000 2000 - 2010 Type Change POS NEG POS NEG Parishes 49 15 40 24 76.6% 23.4% 62.5% 37.5% MPO % State Gains 27.1% 33.5% MPO + St. Tammany 43.5% 48.3%
  • 34. Change in MPO Population Shares
  • 35. Change in Shares: CRPC Population CRPC Pop Share of State 2010 0 1980 Place 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Louisiana 3,257,022 3,641,306 4,205,900 4,219,973 4,468,976 4,533,337 CRPC 497386 575208 716288 752,747 850,487 970,749 Share 15.27% 15.80% 17.03% 17.84% 19.03% 21.41%
  • 36. 2.84%
  • 37. Between 2000 and 2009 the MPO increased its share of state population from 14.24% to 16.07%.
  • 38. % of LA Growth 07-09 Jefferson 7.07% EBR 4.27% St. Tammany 2.16%
  • 39. Livability
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  • 44. Green Light Plan - Local Initiatives
    • In 2005 Local Election to Make ½ cent Sales Tax Permanent
    • Voted on Each 5 Years Prior to That Time
    • 44 Projects Proposed to Voters in Unusual Detail
    • Approved by 70% of Voters – 100% Council Members
    • Will Generate $2/3 bil Bond Sales to Investment Bankers in New York
    • Even Though Local Money - 40% Projects and Funds on State Routes
    • Accounts for 27% of $1.2 Billion of MPO Long Range Transportation Plan Adopted in 2008
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  • 48. Seven Oaks 1 Swan Av Brightside Sidewalks Brightside Sidewalks Swan Av
  • 49. E Brookstown Perkins Rd
  • 50.  
  • 51. Capital Heights
  • 52. Regional Planning FutureBR and Rail
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  • 54. Complete Streets Locations e Complete Streets Travel Realms
  • 55. Proposed Rail Line Example of Connectivity Before After
  • 56. Route CATS Connectivity NORTA Connectivity
  • 57. Baton Rouge – KCS Yard Office
  • 58. New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal
  • 59. Transportation Planning Baton Rouge Metropolitan Area Huey P. Dugas Center for Planning Excellence Public Forum Lod Cook Conference Center July 21, 2011

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