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DRAFT SCENARIO REVIEW
July 2013 DRAFT
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Purpose:
This draft report fulfills one of the requirements within the contract entitled, “Southeast Florida’s Regional Vi...
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Scenario Mapping
The physical scenarios are influenced by a number of major policy decisions,
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discontinuation of passenger service. These communities will b...
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Key to the Reading the Scenario Maps
Major Transit Oriented
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Walkable Areas &
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The Southeast Florida Region continues developing along its current trend with
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In this scenario the region continues to grow as it has but with a 7.5% increase
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A high percentage of the roughly 3 million new residents in the region are
accommodated in complete, compact, walkable,...
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Asignificantpercentageoftheroughly3millionnewresidentsareaccommodated
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Analysis of
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Existing Conditions
Land Use
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Existing Conditions
Agricultural Lands
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Existing Conditions: Agricultural Lands
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Existing Conditions
Transit Network
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Airports
Aviation Facilities
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Existing Conditions
Intersection Density
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Intersections
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NUMBERS OF I...
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Existing Conditions
Classification of Streets
Automobile
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Secondary
Tertiary
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Existing Conditions
Classification of Streets
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Comparative Analysis
of Scenarios
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Walkability Map
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Walkability Map
Plan 3: Region in Motion
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  1. 1. DRAFT SCENARIO REVIEW July 2013 DRAFT
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  3. 3. Purpose: This draft report fulfills one of the requirements within the contract entitled, “Southeast Florida’s Regional Vision and Blueprint for Economic Prosperity (Sustainable Communities Initiative) – Master Contract”, approved by the South Florida Regional Planning Council on November 7, 2011. Introduction: Four scenarios for the year 2060 were created: • Trend: Staying the Course • Plan 1: Suburban Expansion • Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades • Plan 3: Region in Motion These scenarios exist both as illustrative plans for the purposes of communicating the effects of changes in land use, transportation, environmental and agricultural policy, primarily for a lay audience; and as GIS (Geographic Information Systems) data, for the purpose of modeling the effects of such changes based on key indicators. Preface
  4. 4. 1 Scenario Mapping 3 Key to Reading the Scenario Maps 5 Trend: Staying the Course 13 Plan 1: Suburban Expansion 21 Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades 29 Plan 3: Region in Motion A Analysis of Existing Conditions A.1 Existing Land Use A.9 Existing Agricultural Lands A.17 Existing Transit Network A.25 Existing Intersection Density A.33 Existing Classification of Streets: Automobile A.41 Existing Classification of Streets: Pedestrian B Comparative Analysis of Scenarios Walkability B.1 Existing Walkability B.9 Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades Walkability B.17 Plan 3: Region in Motion Walkability Residential Units Per Acre by Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ) B.25 Existing Residential Units/Acre by TAZ B.33 Trend: Staying the Course Residential Units/Acre by TAZ B.41 Plan 1: Suburban Expansion Residential Units/Acre by TAZ B.49 Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades Residential Units/Acre by TAZ B.57 Plan 3: Region in Motion Residential Units/Acre by TAZ B.65 Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise in 2060 Table of Contents
  5. 5. 1 Scenario Mapping The physical scenarios are influenced by a number of major policy decisions, including location of population growth, prioritization of transit, and the push for climate change adaptation. Climate change mitigation plays a large role in determining land availability for development, as well as influencing which areas will face outward migration due to climate vulnerability. Population growth in the seven county region will be accommodated primar- ily in one of two ways. The first is to increase density through infill develop- ment and redevelopment in previously developed areas utilizing existing infra- structure. The second is to continue expansion into previously undeveloped locations. Expansion opportunities will prove to be limited, particularly in the Southern counties, as demonstrated in both the Trend: Staying the Course and Plan 1: Suburban Expansion scenarios. A major element of evaluating future scenarios is the extension of walkable neighborhoods and usage of transit oriented development. When implemented correctly, they can be used as a method of encouraging population growth con- centration in less vulnerable areas, and to continue in a more regionally sustain- able manner. Though there are numerous differences within the plans, the role of transit in accommodating population growth, both existing and proposed, plays a major role in differentiating between the scenarios. Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades, and Plan 3: Region in Motion, demonstrate ways of accommodat- ing future growth by encouraging infill development within walkable areas. Increased density goes hand-in-hand with investments in transit and improve- ments to make streets more pedestrian-friendly. Examples of such investments have already started to take place along Miami’s Metrorail line, and can be seen in neighborhoods such as South Miami, Brickell and Downtown Kendall. Even within already established growth areas, a great deal of future growth may occur. With enough investment and retrofit of streets into comfortable public spaces, these areas have the potential to mature into lively urban neighbor- hoods. The Trend: Staying the Course and Plan 1: Suburban Expansion scenarios as- sume that walkable areas will continue to develop around the Miami Metrorail stations. These are first priority areas for investment in walkability. The FEC rail line, originally developed by Henry Flagler, historically carried passengers along Florida’s east coast and created many of the state’s original settlements. Reviving passenger rail service along this line restores connections to these historic communities that were severed decades ago with the
  6. 6. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 2 DRAFT Scenario Report discontinuation of passenger service. These communities will benefit greatly from investments in walkability, including reinvestment and infill development. Delray Beach and West Palm Beach have already seen substantial growth as a result of such mechanisms. Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades, assumes that walkable areas will also develop around the existing Tri-Rail stations as well as around planned FEC passenger rail stations within Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, in addition to the Mi- ami Metrorail stations. Plan 3: Region in Motion assumes that in addition to the areas in Plan 2, walk- able areas will also develop around proposed FEC passenger rail stations in Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties. Walkable neighborhoods should all incorporate some level of mixed-uses and be designed with pedestrians and cyclists in mind. Having living, working, shopping, educational, and recreational opportunities in close proximity is of increased importance as cities mature. In recent years, health problems such as obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, and the maladies associated with so- cial alienation are increasing in prevalence, in part due to a built-environment that does not allow walking or facilitate human interaction. Encouraging walk- ability helps establish healthy life styles. The young and the elderly, are particularly vulnerable to being left behind by urban forms that necessitate driving long distances. A wide investment in walk- able places brings more of the activities of daily living within walking distance of residential areas and a framework of transportation alternatives including transit and bicycle systems and encourages the use of a mix of travel modes (pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and car). Walkable communities are formed from a number of elements, such as a fine-grained network of connected streets; a mix of uses and amenities within walking distance; buildings fronting streets; narrow streets; streets with managed speeds; sidewalks; and on-street parking. It is important to consider vehicular speed when determining walkability of an area, due to its relationship with pedestrian fatalities. In a crash with a vehicle traveling greater than 30 mph, pedestrian mortality is greater than 50%, in- creasing to 85% for a vehicle traveling 40 mph. This requires a change in priori- ties from moving as much traffic as quickly as possible – at the expense of other modes and adjacent land uses – to providing choices, equilibrium, and connec- tions between driving, transit, walking, and bicycling. It also requires a serious commitment to effective public transit that links together walkable areas to create a healthy region in which one can move around without needing a car.
  7. 7. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 3 DRAFT Scenario Report Key to the Reading the Scenario Maps Major Transit Oriented Development Sites Sites with heavy rail passenger stations with long distance or regional service like Tri-Rail and corresponding walkable urban development at densities which support the transit investment. Minor Transit Oriented Development Sites Sites with urban circulators like streetcars, electric trolleys, and bus rapid transit operate and corresponding walkable urban development is created at densities which support the transit investment. Walkable Corridors Corridors designated for increased walkability including wide sidewalks, regular street trees, bicycle facilities, and urban format buildings. Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Sites that face inundation with a 2’ sea level rise assuming a 3’ high tide. Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Sites that face inundation from high water events such as storm surge with a 2’ sea level rise. Natural Protected Lands Agricultural Lands Population Development Pressure Potential Areas for Reinforced Coastline To avoid inundation adaptation mechanisms (drainage, pumping, levee systems, beach replenishment, etc.) may be necessary.
  8. 8. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 4 DRAFT Scenario Report Walkable Areas & Transit Oriented Development Sites The atlas shows a close-up of one of the scenario models created by the Seven50 Team for the region. It illustrates proposed land use and transportation frameworks for the region that create more multi-modal and walkable areas. Magenta Areas on the Maps Magenta areas include Major Transit Oriented Development Sites, Minor Transit Oriented Development Sites, and Walkable Corridors. These areas indicate improved walkability and bikeability in order to capitalize on the investment made in transit and/or thoroughfare improvements. Walkable/ bikeable improvements include items such as greater sidewalk/bike route connectivity, more continuous street tree shade canopy and increased ease of crossing intersections. Where needed, improvements should include adjustments to land development regulations to permit and promote pedestrian-friendly development including: buildings establishing a well- shaped public street space, doors and windows facing the street, minimization of blank walls and back-of house service areas facing the street and less obtrusive parking, generally placed to the rear and sides of buildings. These areas may also warrant adjustments to land development regulations to permit an increase of development intensity and mixing of uses. Magenta Around Major Transit Oriented Development Sites Three-tiered magenta circles indicate improved walkability and bikeability around heavy passenger rail stations such as along the existing Metrorail and Tri-Rail systems. The tiered system indicates the improved walkability and bikeability with the greatest focus on improvements within ¼ mile radius, intermediate focus on improvements within ½ mile radius and moderate focus on improvements within a 1-mile radius of stations. The larger emphasis on walkability around heavy rail transit stations is commensurate with the increased capital investment in these transportation facilities. Minor Transit Oriented Development Sites Two-tiered magenta circles indicate improved walkability and bikeability near urban transportation circulators such as streetcars or bus rapid transit stations. The tiered system indicates the improved walkability and bikeability with the greatest focus on improvements within ¼ mile radius and moderate focus on improvements within a ½ mile radius of station or stops. Primary North-South and East-West Thoroughfares Singlecoloredlinearstripesofmagentaextendingapproximately¼mileoneach side of north-south and east-west corridors indicate improved walkability and bikeability along these primary road connections. Many of these corridors are currently served with conventional bus transit and therefore could potentially be good candidate locations for an increase of development intensity and mixing of uses. Focus of increased development intensity and mixing of uses along these primary corridors will help to absorb development pressure over time in a logical pattern and will thereby help to preserve the character of the primarily residential neighborhoods bounded by these corridors while also providing services within a closer range of these neighborhoods.
  9. 9. 5 The Southeast Florida Region continues developing along its current trend with no major changes in regional growth, transportation, environmental, social, and/or economic policies. New development is pushed to the edges of metropolitan areas, causing widespread loss of farmland and environmentally sensitive lands, particularly in the northern counties of Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin. Development is largely automobile-dependent, resulting in further strains on the suburban road networks and creating routine traffic jams during peak hours. New highways are built, and existing ones are expanded at great expense in the hopes of relieving traffic congestion. The expanded capacity however, is quickly overwhelmed with traffic from new development spawned by these new roadways and a growing population. Development pressures at the edges of existing development create new stresses on the urban development boundaries in Miami-Dade and Broward counties to be expanded in order to accommodate demand. Meanwhile, demographic changes demand more pedestrian-friendly urban environments, yet constrained supplies of walkable areas causes the prices in these places to rise, putting them out of reach of large portions of the population. Energy and transportation costs also continue to rise, putting a strain on household budgets, especially throughout the automobile-dependent suburban stretches of the region. Current efforts to expand transportation options along key corridors such as US-1 and the Tri-Rail line continue; yet new development along these corridors remains badly connected to other walkable areas and existing downtowns. The limited amount of transit-served areas creates development at these locations to often take the form of high-rise buildings without many middle densities to make the transition to existing single-family neighborhoods. Sea-level rise gradually affects more and more of the region, causing widespread flooding in low-lying areas. Many areas are unable to afford necessary investments in storm-water infrastructure and shoreline protection measures to protect key areas from the effects of sea-level rise. Slowly people will migrate away from vulnerable areas as they are forced to deal with the effects of sea- level rise more often. Current Everglades restoration projects continue, yet a lack of regional cooperation prevents these efforts from extending to the rest of the Everglades ecosystem. Salt water intrusion causes extensive damage to the environment, as well as decreased access to fresh water, unless cost-prohibitive measures such as desalinization plants are put in place. Trend: Staying the Course
  10. 10. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 6 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Metrics to Compare Scenarios • Transit Investment: Low to Moderate Transit Investment • Percentage of Trips By Transportation Option (Mode Share): Car (98%), Transit (1%), Bike (.5%), Walk (.5%) • Distance To Transit: 70% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of transit. • Distance To Schools: 40% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of a public school. • Distance To Parks: 25% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of a park. • Vehicle Emissions/Pollution: 9.6 Million vehicular trips contribute to air pollution yet fossil fuel emissions are increased by 100% of today. • Transportation Costs: Total % of Household Income Spent on Transportation Costs: 20% • Housing Costs: Total % of Household In- come Spent on Housing Costs: 40% • Health/Obesity Rates: The prevalence of obesity in southeast Florida continues to rise, with an increase from 24% to 28.5%. Some counties have rates as high as 41%. • Artists in the Workplace: A moderate in- crease of artists in the workplace from 1.5% To 1.8%, Just below the greater Orlando/ Tampa metro as the largest artistic commu- nity in Florida. • Creative Class In The Workforce: The cre- ative class continues a slow expansion, reach- ing 27% from 2000 levels of 24%. Southeast Florida continues to be ranked in the 200s, below most major metropolitans. • Regional Migration: migration patterns follow historic patterns with the majority of new residents migrating toward the southern counties. • Migration Within The County: population reallocations are to both new areas and to ex- isting population centers. • Farmland: 250+ Square Miles Farmland Consumed • New Roads to Build & Maintain: 10,000+ Linear Feet of New County and Local Road- ways • New Infrastructure to Build & Maintain: 2.1 Million Linear Feet of New Water and Sewer Laterals (Infrastructure) Trend: Staying the Course
  11. 11. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 7 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Trend: Staying the Course - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties
  12. 12. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 8 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Trend: Staying the Course - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties
  13. 13. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 9 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Trend: Staying the Course - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties
  14. 14. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 10 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Trend: Staying the Course - upper Monroe County
  15. 15. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 11 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Trend: Staying the Course - lower Monroe County
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  17. 17. 13 In this scenario the region continues to grow as it has but with a 7.5% increase in population migration towards the north from the Trend scenario. There are no major changes in transportation, environmental, social or economic policies from today except for the policies that would encourage less growth in the southern counties and more growth in the northern counties. Greater development of low density single family homes is pushed into the northern counties of Indian River, St. Lucie, and Martin. This is due in part due to the lack of undeveloped affordable land in the south and its abundant availability in the north, causing an even greater loss of farmland and environmentally sensitive lands than the Trend scenario. New highways, road widening projects, and flyover lanes are added to rural areas to expand the footprint of development and increase traffic capacity as development occurs. At the same time, another percentage of the population demands vibrant, pedestrian-friendly environments. While transit oriented development areas are developing around existing Metrorail and Tri-Rail stations in the southern counties of Miami-Dade and Broward, connected walkable areas remain limited. This perpetuates the almost certain need to own a car and causes housing costs to rise even higher for these sought after locations. Rising housing costs in addition to transportation costs throughout the region consume an average of 50% of a household’s income, making it unaffordable for most people. Sea-level rise gradually affects more and more of the region, causing widespread flooding in low-lying areas. Many areas are unable to afford necessary investments in storm-water infrastructure and shoreline protection measures to protect key areas from the effects of sea-level rise. Slowly people will migrate away from vulnerable areas as they are forced to deal with the effects of sea- level rise more often. Current Everglades restoration projects continue, yet a lack of regional cooperation prevents these efforts from extending to the rest of the Everglades ecosystem. Salt water intrusion causes extensive damage to the environment, as well as decreased access to fresh water, unless cost-prohibitive measures such as desalinization plants are put in place. Plan 1: Suburban Expansion
  18. 18. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 14 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Metrics to Compare Scenarios • Transit Investment: Low Transit Investment • Percentage of Trips By Transportation Option (Mode Share): Car (98%), Transit (1%), Bike (.5%), Walk (.5%) • Distance To Transit: 75% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of transit. • Distance To Schools: 40% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of a public school. • Distance To Parks: 35% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of a park. • Vehicle Emissions/Pollution: 8 Million ve- hicular trips contribute to air pollution yet fossil fuel emissions are increased by 150% of today. • Transportation Costs: Total % of Household Income Spent on Transportation Costs: 14% • Housing Costs: Total % of Household In- come Spent on Housing Costs: 36% • Health/Obesity Rates: Obesity escalates from a concern to a full health crisis. An en- tire 33% of the region is considered obese, with over 50% in some communities. • Artists in the Workplace: A decrease in art- ists by 33% from existing conditions, from 1.5% to 1.0%, dropping the region from its ranking as a top 50 community to 200, with similarly ranked regions including Wichita, KS and Melbourne, FL areas. • Creative Class In The Workforce: The cre- ative class begins to shift away from the area, leaving only a 21% average, representing the beginning of a brain drain phenomenon for the region. • Regional Migration: 7.5% increase in South to North migration from Trend. • Migration Within The County: Population reallocations are primarily toward newly de- veloped areas. • Farmland: 480+ Square Miles Farmland Consumed • New Roads to Build & Maintain: 9,000+ Linear Feet of New County and Local Road- ways • New Infrastructure to Build & Maintain: 1.9 Million Linear Feet of New Water and Sewer Laterals (Infrastructure) Plan 1: Suburban Expansion
  19. 19. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 15 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 1: Suburban Expansion - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties
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  21. 21. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 17 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 1: Suburban Expansion - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties
  22. 22. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 18 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 1: Suburban Expansion - upper Monroe County
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  25. 25. 21 A high percentage of the roughly 3 million new residents in the region are accommodated in complete, compact, walkable, mixed-use areas served by transit along Tri-Rail and the Florida East Coast rail line, primarily within Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Public investments are carefully selected and strategically located to have the greatest impact such as redesigning key streets to encourage more mobility options like walking, cycling, and transit. This plan extends walkable areas along several significant corridors. The first of these is the US-1 corridor in Miami-Dade County, with the region’s premier bus-rapid transit service in operation. Nodes of investment in walkable development should be created along every major stop along this line and around existing Tri-Rail stations throughout the region. As these areas mature, further investments in transit can be made, prioritizing station areas for walkable development. This scenario also extends walkability along many of the major corridors that connect the region north-south and east-west, particularly in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, bringing consistent transit coverage to these areas. The systematic redesign of streets to encourage a wider range of transportation options is a first step to creating a healthy region, with an improved quality of life. More livable streets in turn encourage redevelopment along these corridors, helping to accommodate future growth and bringing daily needs in closer proximity to existing neighborhoods. Climate change adaptation becomes a priority. Sea-level rise gradually affects more and more of the region, causing widespread flooding in low-lying areas. Although many areas are unable to afford necessary investments, economically prosperous and productive municipalities such as Miami Beach make extensive investments in storm-water infrastructure to protect key areas from at least some of the effects of sea-level rise. Current Everglades’s restoration projects continue and regional and state cooperation bolster the efforts to help mitigate the effects of saltwater intrusion for additional years. Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades
  26. 26. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 22 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Metrics to Compare Scenarios • Transit Investment: Moderate transit investment: North/South Major TODs along FEC line and CSX line (regional rail). • Percentage of Trips By Transportation Option (Mode Share): Car (75%), Transit (15%), Bike (8%), Walk (2%) • Distance To Transit: 65% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of transit. • Distance To Schools: 70% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of a public school. • Distance To Parks: 75% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of a park. • Vehicle Emissions/Pollution: 7.8 Million vehicular trips contribute to air pollution yet fossil fuel emissions are reduced by 20% of today. • Transportation Costs: Total % of Household Income Spent on Transportation Costs: 12% • Housing Costs: Total % of Household In- come Spent on Housing Costs: 35% • Health/Obesity Rates: The rate of obesity declines slightly from 24% to 20%. No coun- ty in Southeast Florida has above a 25% rate. • Artists in the Workplace: An increase of artists in the workplace from 1.5% of the total workforce population to 2.75% placing Southeast Florida within the top 5 creative regions countrywide (examples include Boul- der, Los Angeles and San Francisco). • Creative Class In The Workforce: 30% of Southeast Florida’s working force is part of the creative class, pushing the region closer to the top of regions, bringing the region in line with areas with a high number of universities. • Regional Migration: 7.5% increase in South to North migration from Trend. • Migration Within The County: No change in South to North migration from Trend. • Farmland: 150 Square Miles Farmland Consumed • New Roads to Build & Maintain: 8,400+ Linear Feet of New County and Local Road- ways • New Infrastructure to Build & Maintain: 1.8 Million Linear Feet of New Water and Sewer Laterals (Infrastructure) Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades
  27. 27. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 23 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties
  28. 28. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 24 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties
  29. 29. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 25 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties
  30. 30. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 26 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades - upper Monroe County
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  33. 33. 29 Asignificantpercentageoftheroughly3millionnewresidentsareaccommodated in walkable, transit oriented developments along existing rail lines such as the FEC line which extends from Miami to Sebastian Inlet and beyond. Street design for the region gets a “software upgrade” for multi-modalism including connecting most neighborhoods to rail transit by streetcar or bus. This includes a reprioritization of what streets are utilized for. Design speeds are lowered allowing for other priorities and provide a balance between all users of the rights of way - private vehicles, transit, cyclists, and pedestrians. Western centers for urban development are identified and the region attracts young, highly paid, information economy workers. Meeting future demand in only transit oriented development areas, however, would require levels of density that not everyone is comfortable living in. A more comprehensive approach increases the amount of area devoted to walkable, transit-oriented development. Wider investment allows for middle- range densities that are currently missing in the Southeast Florida real-estate markets. Middle densities include a diversity of housing types such as duplexes, rowhouses, small apartment buildings and mixed-use buildings. This assists in creating affordable housing throughout the region without creating large concentrations of any one type of housing. A diversity of housing also allows a variety of people in different stages of their lives to live harmoniously together, generating a more stable, active community. This scenario further extends walkable areas beyond those in Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades, by creating nodes of investment along corridors, including several western centers of urban development. Through a serious commitment to transit, these corridors can connect to the regional economic and transportation centers. With careful investment and redevelopment, a series of walkable, livable neighborhoods can emerge, creating important corridors of economic prosperity in the region. Climate change adaptation becomes a high priority. Numerous areas along the coasts are protected against some effects of sea level rise with increased investments throughout the region to install stormwater back-flow preventers, increase storm walls, and invest in other technological advancements in order to protect high investment areas within the region. Current Everglades restoration projects continue and regional and state cooperation bolster the efforts to help mitigate the effects of saltwater intrusion for additional years. Plan 3: Region in Motion
  34. 34. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 30 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Metrics to Compare Scenarios • Transit Investment: High transit investment: North/South Major TODs along FEC line and CSX line (heavy rail/premium transit), East/ West Minor TODs along inter-county transit lines (streetcars, bus rapid transit). • Percentage of Trips By Transportation Option (Mode Share): Car (60%), Transit (20%), Bike (10%), Walk (10%) • Distance To Transit: 75% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of transit. • Distance To Schools: 75% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of a public school. • Distance To Parks: 90% of households will live within walking distance (1 mile) of a park. • Vehicle Emissions/Pollution: 7.4 Million ve- hicular trips contribute to air pollution yet fos- sil fuel emissions are reduced by 40% of today. • Transportation Costs: Total % of Household Income Spent on Transportation Costs: 10% • Housing Costs: Total % of Household In- come Spent on Housing Costs: 33% • Health/Obesity Rates: The rate of obesity is a manageable 17%, less than many metros around the US and within Florida. Transpor- tation initiatives and walkable communities play a large role in avoiding an increase. • Artists in the Workplace: An increase in artistic employment from 1.5% to 3.34%, a doubling of current values, and establishing South Florida as the #1 creative enclave in the US, exceeding New York, Portland, and the current leader, Santa Fe. • Creative Class In The Workforce: The cre- ative class makes up 35% of the total working population, bringing the region average up to the top 50 of the US. Other regions within the top 50 include Washington D.C., Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. • Regional Migration: 15% increase in South to North migration from Trend. • Migration Within The County: Movement to More Resilient Areas: Greater population reallocations than Strategic Interventions (due to flooding, high commute times, etc.) go to major and minor TOD areas. • Farmland: 60 Sq. Miles Farmland Consumed • New Roads to Build & Maintain: 8,000+ Linear Feet of New County & Local Roadways • New Infrastructure to Build & Maintain: 1.6 Million Linear Feet of New Water &Sew- er Laterals (Infrastructure) Plan 3: Region in Motion
  35. 35. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 31 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 3: Region in Motion - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties
  36. 36. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 32 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 3: Region in Motion - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties
  37. 37. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 33 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 3: Region in Motion - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties
  38. 38. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 34 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 3: Region in Motion - upper Monroe County
  39. 39. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan 35 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 LEGEND Highway Major Arterial Rail Commuter Rail Transit Stop Transit Oriented Development Area Urbanized Area Preserved Natural Areas & Parks Farmland Canals Airport or Port Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to High Water Events Potential areas for Reinforced Coastline Population Development Pressure Plan 3: Region in Motion - lower Monroe County
  40. 40. Analysis of Existing Conditions
  41. 41. A.1 Existing Conditions Land Use
  42. 42. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.2 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Residential - Single Family Institutional/Public Vacant Industrial Commercial Mixed Use Residential - Multi-Family Agriculture Recreation Facilities Parks/Open Space Water/Wetlands Existing Conditions: Land Use
  43. 43. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.3 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County LEGEND Residential - Single Family Institutional/Public Vacant Industrial Commercial Mixed Use Residential - Multi-Family Agriculture Recreation Facilities Parks/Open Space Water/Wetlands Land Use - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties
  44. 44. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.4 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Land Use - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND Residential - Single Family Institutional/Public Vacant Industrial Commercial Mixed Use Residential - Multi-Family Agriculture Recreation Facilities Parks/Open Space Water/Wetlands
  45. 45. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.5 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Land Use - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND Residential - Single Family Institutional/Public Vacant Industrial Commercial Mixed Use Residential - Multi-Family Agriculture Recreation Facilities Parks/Open Space Water/Wetlands
  46. 46. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.6 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Residential - Single Family Institutional/Public Vacant Industrial Commercial Mixed Use Residential - Multi-Family Agriculture Recreation Facilities Parks/Open Space Water/Wetlands Land Use - upper Monroe County
  47. 47. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.7 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Residential - Single Family Institutional/Public Vacant Industrial Commercial Mixed Use Residential - Multi-Family Agriculture Recreation Facilities Parks/Open Space Water/Wetlands Land Use - lower Monroe County
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  49. 49. A.9 Existing Conditions Agricultural Lands
  50. 50. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.10 DRAFT Scenario Report Existing Conditions: Agricultural Lands LEGEND Agriculture Land
  51. 51. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.11 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County LEGEND Agriculture Land Agricultural Lands - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties
  52. 52. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.12 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County LEGEND Agriculture Land Agricultural Lands - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties
  53. 53. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.13 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County LEGEND Agriculture Land Agricultural Lands - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties
  54. 54. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.14 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Agriculture Land Agricultural Lands - upper Monroe County
  55. 55. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.15 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Agriculture Land Agricultural Lands - lower Monroe County
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  57. 57. A.17 Existing Conditions Transit Network
  58. 58. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.18 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Airports Aviation Facilities Rail Transit Stop Bus Routes Existing Conditions: Transit Network
  59. 59. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.19 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Transit Network - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND Airports Aviation Facilities Rail Transit Stop Bus Routes
  60. 60. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.20 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Transit Network - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND Airports Aviation Facilities Rail Transit Stop Bus Routes
  61. 61. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.21 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Transit Network - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND Airports Aviation Facilities Rail Transit Stop Bus Routes
  62. 62. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.22 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Airports Aviation Facilities Rail Transit Stop Bus Routes Transit Network - upper Monroe County
  63. 63. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.23 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Airports Aviation Facilities Rail Transit Stop Bus Routes Transit Network - lower Monroe County
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  65. 65. A.25 Existing Conditions Intersection Density
  66. 66. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.26 DRAFT Scenario Report Intersections The color represents different levels of intersection densities based on the intersection numbers. 1/4 Mile Grid The map is divided by 1/4 mile grid. NUMBERS OF INTERSECTIONS PER 1/4 MILE 0-5 6-10 11-25 26-35 36-50 51-100 Existing Conditions: Intersection Density
  67. 67. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.27 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Intersection Density - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties NUMBERS OF INTERSECTIONS PER 1/4 MILE 0-5 6-10 11-25 26-35 36-50 51-100
  68. 68. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.28 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Intersection Density - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties NUMBERS OF INTERSECTIONS PER 1/4 MILE 0-5 6-10 11-25 26-35 36-50 51-100
  69. 69. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.29 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Intersection Density - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties NUMBERS OF INTERSECTIONS PER 1/4 MILE 0-5 6-10 11-25 26-35 36-50 51-100
  70. 70. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.30 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County NUMBERS OF INTERSECTIONS PER 1/4 MILE 0-5 6-10 11-25 26-35 36-50 51-100 Intersection Density - upper Monroe County
  71. 71. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.31 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County NUMBERS OF INTERSECTIONS PER 1/4 MILE 0-5 6-10 11-25 26-35 36-50 51-100 Intersection Density - lower Monroe County
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  73. 73. A.33 Existing Conditions Classification of Streets Automobile
  74. 74. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.34 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary Existing Conditions: Classification of Streets: Automobile
  75. 75. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.35 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Classification of Streets: Automobile - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary
  76. 76. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.36 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Classification of Streets: Automobile - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary
  77. 77. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.37 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Classification of Streets: Automobile - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary
  78. 78. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.38 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County Classification of Streets: Automobile - upper Monroe County LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary
  79. 79. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.39 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary Classification of Streets: Automobile - lower Monroe County
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  81. 81. A.41 Existing Conditions Classification of Streets Pedestrian
  82. 82. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.42 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary Existing Conditions: Classification of Streets: Pedestrian
  83. 83. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.43 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Classification of Streets: Pedestrian - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary
  84. 84. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.44 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Classification of Streets: Pedestrian - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary
  85. 85. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.45 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Classification of Streets: Pedestrian - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary
  86. 86. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.46 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary Classification of Streets: Pedestrian - upper Monroe County
  87. 87. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan A.47 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Primary Secondary Tertiary Classification of Streets: Pedestrian - lower Monroe County
  88. 88. Comparative Analysis of Scenarios
  89. 89. B.1 Walkability Map Existing Conditions
  90. 90. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.2 DRAFT Scenario Report Walkability The color represents different levels of walkability. WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Often Walkable Walkable Existing Walkability
  91. 91. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.3 DRAFT Scenario Report Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Existing Walkability - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  92. 92. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.4 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Existing Walkability - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  93. 93. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.5 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Existing Walkability - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  94. 94. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.6 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County Existing Walkability - upper Monroe County WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  95. 95. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.7 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Often Walkable Walkable Existing Walkability - lower Monroe County
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  97. 97. B.9 Walkability Map Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades
  98. 98. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.10 DRAFT Scenario Report Walkability The color represents different levels of walkability. WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Often Walkable Walkable Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades Walkability
  99. 99. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.11 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Strategic Upgrades Walkability - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  100. 100. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.12 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Strategic Upgrades Walkability - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  101. 101. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.13 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Strategic Upgrades Walkability - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  102. 102. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.14 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County Strategic Upgrades Walkability - upper Monroe County WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  103. 103. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.15 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Often Walkable Walkable Strategic Upgrades Walkability - lower Monroe County
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  105. 105. B.17 Walkability Map Plan 3: Region in Motion
  106. 106. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.18 DRAFT Scenario Report Walkability The color represents different levels of walkability. WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise Plan 3: Region in Motion Walkability
  107. 107. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.19 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Region in Motion Walkability - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  108. 108. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.20 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Region in Motion Walkability - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  109. 109. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.21 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Region in Motion Walkability - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise
  110. 110. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.22 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise Region in Motion Walkability - upper Monroe County
  111. 111. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.23 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County WALKABILITY LEVEL Car-Dependent Rarely Walkable Walkable Walkers’ Paradise Region in Motion Walkability - lower Monroe County
  112. 112. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.24 DRAFT Scenario Report [Page Left Blank Intentionally]
  113. 113. B.25 Residential Units/Acre By TAZ Existing Conditions
  114. 114. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.26 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Residential Units/Acre by TAZ: Existing Conditions
  115. 115. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.27 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Existing - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  116. 116. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.28 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Existing - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  117. 117. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.29 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Existing - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  118. 118. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.30 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Existing - upper Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  119. 119. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.31 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Existing - lower Monroe County
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  121. 121. B.33 Residential Units/Acre By TAZ Trend: Staying the Course
  122. 122. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.34 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Residential Units/Acre by TAZ: Trend: Staying the Course
  123. 123. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.35 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Trend - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  124. 124. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.36 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Trend - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  125. 125. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.37 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Trend - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  126. 126. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.38 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Trend - upper Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  127. 127. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.39 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Trend - lower Monroe County
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  129. 129. B.41 Residential Units/Acre By TAZ Plan 1: Suburban Expansion
  130. 130. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.42 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Residential Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 1: Suburban Expansion
  131. 131. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.43 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 1 - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  132. 132. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.44 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 1 - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  133. 133. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.45 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 1 - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  134. 134. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.46 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 1 - upper Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  135. 135. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.47 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 1 - lower Monroe County
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  137. 137. B.49 Residential Units/Acre By TAZ Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades
  138. 138. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.50 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Residential Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 2: Strategic Upgrades
  139. 139. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.51 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 2 - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  140. 140. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.52 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 2 - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  141. 141. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.53 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 2 - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  142. 142. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.54 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 2 - upper Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  143. 143. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.55 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 2 - lower Monroe County
  144. 144. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.56 DRAFT Scenario Report [Page Left Blank Intentionally]
  145. 145. B.57 Residential Units/Acre By TAZ Plan 3: Region in Motion
  146. 146. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.58 DRAFT Scenario Report Residential Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 3: Region in Motion LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  147. 147. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.59 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 3 - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  148. 148. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.60 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 3 - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  149. 149. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.61 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 3 - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7
  150. 150. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.62 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 3 - upper Monroe County
  151. 151. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.63 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND 0 - 3 101+ 41 - 100 16 - 40 8 - 15 4 - 7 Res Units/Acre by TAZ: Plan 3 - lower Monroe County
  152. 152. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.64 DRAFT Scenario Report [Page Left Blank Intentionally]
  153. 153. B.65 Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise in 2060
  154. 154. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.66 DRAFT Scenario Report LEGEND Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise (Assuming 3’ High Tide) Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise in 2060
  155. 155. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.67 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Indian River County St. Lucie County Martin County Palm Beach County Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise - Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin Counties LEGEND Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise (Assuming 3’ High Tide)
  156. 156. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.68 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Palm Beach County Broward County Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise - Palm Beach & north Broward Counties LEGEND Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise (Assuming 3’ High Tide)
  157. 157. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.69 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Miami-Dade County LEGEND Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise (Assuming 3’ High Tide) Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise - south Broward & Miami-Dade Counties
  158. 158. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.70 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise (Assuming 3’ High Tide) Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise - upper Monroe County
  159. 159. Seven50: SE Florida Prosperity Plan B.71 DRAFT Scenario Report 18,000’ 36,000’ 54,000’ 72,000’0 Monroe County LEGEND Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise (Assuming 3’ High Tide) Areas Vulnerable to 2’ Sea Level Rise - lower Monroe County

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