Implementa)on	  of	  Street	  Manuals	         and	  Living	  Streets	  
Adop)on	                                       •  Download	                                          www.modelstreetdesign...
Chapter	  1:	  Background	  and	          Legal	  Standing	  of	  Street	  Manuals	  •  AASHTO	  “Green	  Book”	  •  The	 ...
Chapter	  2:	  Vision,	  Goals,	  Policies	  and	  Benchmarks	  •  Equity	  	                                    •  Are	  ...
Benchmarks	  •  Every	  street	  and	                        •  There	  are	  zero	  traffic	     neighborhood	  is	        ...
Performance	  Measures	  •  Street	  fatali8es	  and	              •  Streetwater	  runoff	  is	     injuries	  decrease	  ...
Chapter	  3:	  Street	  Networks	  and	  Classifica)on	  
Special	  Street	   Typologies	  
Boulevard	  
Avenue	  
Street	  
Alley	  
Transit	  Mall	  
Shared	  Space	  
Traveled	  Way	  Design	  
On-­‐Street	  Parking	  
Travel	  Lane	  Widths	  and	  Design	  Speed	  
Intersec)on	  Design	  
Roundabouts	  and	  Circles	  
Universal	  Access	  
Sidewalk	  Zones	  Single-­‐Family	  Residen)al	  	  
Sidewalk	  Zones	  Mul)-­‐Family	  Residen)al	  	  
Sidewalk	  Zones	       Civic	  
Sidewalk	  Zones	     Mixed	  Use	  
Sidewalk	  Zones	    Main	  Street	  
Pedestrian	  Crossings	  
Crossing	  Islands	  
Advanced	  Yield	      Line	  
Scramble	  Intersec)on	  
Raised	  Crosswalk	  
Rectangular	  Rapid	    Flash	  Beacons	  
Crosswalk	  Ligh)ng	  
Chapter	  8:	  Bikeway	  Design	  
Shared	  Use	  Path	  
Bike	  Lane	  
Bike	  Route	  
Bike	  Boulevards	  
Buffered	  Bike	  Lane	  
Cycle	  Tracks	  
Chapter	  9:	  Transit	  Accommoda)on	  
Chapter	  10:	  Traffic	  Calming	  
Framework/Non-­‐Framework	  Streets	  	                Use	  Cross-­‐Sec)onal	  Measures	  •  Reduc8on	  in	  #	  of	  lan...
Non-­‐Framework	  (&	  Framework	  at	  low	  ADT)	  Streets	  	                  Use	  Periodic	  Measures	  Horizontal	 ...
Chapter	  11:	  Streetscape	   Ecosystem	  
Goals	  of	  	               Streetwater	  Management	  •    Reduce	  runoff	  •    Slow	  flow	  •    Spread	  flow	  •    S...
Street	  Trees	  
Street	  Furniture	              •    Benches	  and	  sea8ng	              •    Bollards	              •    Street	  vendo...
Chapter	  12:	  Re-­‐Placing	  Streets	  
Chapter	  13:	  Designing	  Land	  Use	  Along	  Living	  Streets	  
Design	  Principles	  •    Compact,	  connected,	  complete,	  con8nuous	  •    Organize	  places	  at	  a	  human	  scale...
Chapter	  14:	  Retrofiang	  Suburbia	  
Cul-­‐de-­‐Sac	  Connector	  
Remade	  Exis8ng	     Neighborhood	  
Chapter	  15:	  Community	  Engagement	  
City of Baldwin ParkCOMPLETE   StreetsDESIGN MANUAL    FOR LIVABLE COMMUNITIES                                            ...
Using	  the	  Manual	  •  Local	  planning	  and	  transporta8on	  departments	     require	  new	  development	  to	  fol...
What	  Determines	  Community	  Form?	  •  Manuals,	  standards	  and	  guidelines	  are	  the	     DNA	  of	  streets	  •...
Implemen)ng	  Living	  Streets	  •  Adopt	  living/complete	  streets	  policies	  •  Policies	  effect	  new	  construc8on...
Ryan	  Snyder	                  Ryan	  Snyder	  Associates	                                                           ryan...
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder
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#14 Part 2: Presenting the Model Design Manual for Living Streets (Implementation) - Snyder

  1. 1. Implementa)on  of  Street  Manuals   and  Living  Streets  
  2. 2. Adop)on   •  Download   www.modelstreetdesignmanual.com   for$ •  Manual  as  a  template   •  Customize   •  Formalize  adop8on  Los$Angeles$County 2011 YOUR  CITY’S  NAME   Date  
  3. 3. Chapter  1:  Background  and   Legal  Standing  of  Street  Manuals  •  AASHTO  “Green  Book”  •  The  California  Highway   Design  Manual  •  Local  manuals  or  street   design  standards  •  MUTCD    •  The  California  Fire  Code  •  CA  Streets  and  Highways   Code  and  California  Vehicle   Code  
  4. 4. Chapter  2:  Vision,  Goals,  Policies  and  Benchmarks  •  Equity     •  Are  invi8ng  •  For  people  of  all  ages  and   •  Foster  healthy  commerce   physical  abili8es  whether   •  Strengthen  and  enhance   they  walk,  bicycle,  ride   neighborhoods   transit,  or  drive   •  Encourage  ac8ve  and  •  Integrate  connec8vity  and   healthy  lifestyles   traffic  calming  with   pedestrian-­‐oriented  site  and   •  Integrate  environmental   building  design   stewardship  •  Connect  people   •  Vary  in  character  by   neighborhood,  density,  and  •  Local  people  design  their   func8on   streets    
  5. 5. Benchmarks  •  Every  street  and   •  There  are  zero  traffic   neighborhood  is   fatali8es.       comfortable  to  walk  and   •  No  unfiltered  streetwater   bicycle  in.     flows  into  local  waterways  •  Every  child  can  walk  or  bike   or  the  ocean.     to  school  safely.   •  Retail  streets  become  one  •  Seniors,  children,  and   of  the  most  popular   disabled  people  can  cross  all   des8na8ons  for  tourists  in   streets  safely  and   the  country.   comfortably.  •  An  ac8ve  way  of  life  is   available  to  all.  
  6. 6. Performance  Measures  •  Street  fatali8es  and   •  Streetwater  runoff  is   injuries  decrease  for  all   reduced.   age  groups.   •  Water  quality  in  rivers  •  The  number  of  trips  by   and  the  ocean  improves.   walking,  cycling,  and   •  Retail  sales  and  tourism   transit  increases.   increase.  •  Vehicle  travel  is  reduced.   •  Resident  sa8sfac8on  •  Prevailing  speeds  of   increases.       vehicles  on  local  streets   decrease.  
  7. 7. Chapter  3:  Street  Networks  and  Classifica)on  
  8. 8. Special  Street   Typologies  
  9. 9. Boulevard  
  10. 10. Avenue  
  11. 11. Street  
  12. 12. Alley  
  13. 13. Transit  Mall  
  14. 14. Shared  Space  
  15. 15. Traveled  Way  Design  
  16. 16. On-­‐Street  Parking  
  17. 17. Travel  Lane  Widths  and  Design  Speed  
  18. 18. Intersec)on  Design  
  19. 19. Roundabouts  and  Circles  
  20. 20. Universal  Access  
  21. 21. Sidewalk  Zones  Single-­‐Family  Residen)al    
  22. 22. Sidewalk  Zones  Mul)-­‐Family  Residen)al    
  23. 23. Sidewalk  Zones   Civic  
  24. 24. Sidewalk  Zones   Mixed  Use  
  25. 25. Sidewalk  Zones   Main  Street  
  26. 26. Pedestrian  Crossings  
  27. 27. Crossing  Islands  
  28. 28. Advanced  Yield   Line  
  29. 29. Scramble  Intersec)on  
  30. 30. Raised  Crosswalk  
  31. 31. Rectangular  Rapid   Flash  Beacons  
  32. 32. Crosswalk  Ligh)ng  
  33. 33. Chapter  8:  Bikeway  Design  
  34. 34. Shared  Use  Path  
  35. 35. Bike  Lane  
  36. 36. Bike  Route  
  37. 37. Bike  Boulevards  
  38. 38. Buffered  Bike  Lane  
  39. 39. Cycle  Tracks  
  40. 40. Chapter  9:  Transit  Accommoda)on  
  41. 41. Chapter  10:  Traffic  Calming  
  42. 42. Framework/Non-­‐Framework  Streets     Use  Cross-­‐Sec)onal  Measures  •  Reduc8on  in  #  of  lanes  •  Reduc8on  in  lane  width  •  Medians,  islands  •  On-­‐street  parking  •  Street  trees  •  Bike  lanes  •  Colored  or  textured   pavement  •  Shared  space  •  Pedestrian-­‐scale  ligh8ng  •  Curbless  medians  and   streets  
  43. 43. Non-­‐Framework  (&  Framework  at  low  ADT)  Streets     Use  Periodic  Measures  Horizontal  Measures   Ver8cal  Measures   Narrowings  •  Roundabouts     •  Raised  crosswalks   •  Yield  streets  •  Mini-­‐roundabouts   and  intersec8ons   •  Bulb-­‐outs   and  mini-­‐circles   •  Speed  cushions   •  Pinch  points  •  Chicanes   •  Speed  tables  •  Impellers   •  Speed  humps  •  Short  medians  
  44. 44. Chapter  11:  Streetscape   Ecosystem  
  45. 45. Goals  of     Streetwater  Management  •  Reduce  runoff  •  Slow  flow  •  Spread  flow  •  Sink  •  Store  •  Use  
  46. 46. Street  Trees  
  47. 47. Street  Furniture   •  Benches  and  sea8ng   •  Bollards   •  Street  vendor  stands   •  Informa8onal  kiosks   •  News  racks   •  Parking  meters   •  Signs   •  Refuse  receptacles   •  Public  art   •  Sidewalk  dining   •  Clocks,  fountains,  etc.  
  48. 48. Chapter  12:  Re-­‐Placing  Streets  
  49. 49. Chapter  13:  Designing  Land  Use  Along  Living  Streets  
  50. 50. Design  Principles  •  Compact,  connected,  complete,  con8nuous  •  Organize  places  at  a  human  scale  •  Safety,  convenience,  comfort  for  all  users  •  Create  places  for  people  to  interact;  plazas,  parks,  squares  •  Well  connected  street  network  of  small  blocks  •  Locate  land  uses  within  walking  distance  of  one  another  •  Buildings  should  face  the  street,  have  windows  looking  onto   the  street  and  open  to  the  sidewalk  •  On-­‐street  parking  provides  a  buffer  •  Setbacks  should  enhance  pedestrian  experience  •  Off-­‐street  parking  should  not  disrupt  pedestrian  experience  •  Shared  off-­‐street  parking  reduces  non-­‐produc8ve  land  use  
  51. 51. Chapter  14:  Retrofiang  Suburbia  
  52. 52. Cul-­‐de-­‐Sac  Connector  
  53. 53. Remade  Exis8ng   Neighborhood  
  54. 54. Chapter  15:  Community  Engagement  
  55. 55. City of Baldwin ParkCOMPLETE StreetsDESIGN MANUAL FOR LIVABLE COMMUNITIES Manual for LIVING STREETS DESIGN Adopted: June 20, 2012 PREPARED FOR Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada Manuel Lozano, Mayor Susan Rubio, Mayor Pro Tem PREPARED BY Marlen Garcia, Councilmember Ryan Snyder Associates Monica Garcia, Councilmember Ricardo Pacheco, Councilmember SEPTEMBER, 2012
  56. 56. Using  the  Manual  •  Local  planning  and  transporta8on  departments   require  new  development  to  follow  •  Local  jurisdic8on  uses  for  new  streets  •  Local  jurisdic8on  uses  to  retrofit  or  rebuild  streets  •  Developers  use  for  new  street  networks  in  large   subdivisions  •  Developers  use  to  juxtapose  new  buildings  •  Developers  use  for  new  sidewalks  •  Community  groups  use  to  advocate  for  street   improvements  
  57. 57. What  Determines  Community  Form?  •  Manuals,  standards  and  guidelines  are  the   DNA  of  streets  •  Land  use  planning  is  DNA  of  land  use  
  58. 58. Implemen)ng  Living  Streets  •  Adopt  living/complete  streets  policies  •  Policies  effect  new  construc8on,  reconstruc8on,  repair,   resurfacing,  maintenance,  opera8ons  of  streets  •  Bike  plans,  pedestrian  plans,  SRTS  plans,  ADA  transi8on   plans,  transit  plans,  circula8on  elements  •  Capital  improvement  project  plans  •  Educa8on,  encouragement,  enforcement  programs  •  New  performance  measures  •  Staff  training  •  Design  manuals  
  59. 59. Ryan  Snyder   Ryan  Snyder  Associates   ryan@rsa.cc   310-­‐475-­‐3895   transpor tation planning for livable communities1 0 5 0 1 Wi l s h i re B o u l e va rd, # 1 9 1 0 Lo s A n g e l e s, C A 9 0 0 2 4 - 6 3 2 0 Te l : ( 3 1 0 ) 4 7 5 - 3 8 9 5 w w w. r s a . cc

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