We need to clearly understand what success looks like for usA ‘vision’ should describe the future state
Vision based stratgy for activity centre performance 1.0
Opportunities for user-drivendecision makingPerformance BasedActivity Centre Planning
Performance-Based ActivityCentre Planning New paradigm Performanceoriented Requires anunderstanding ofwhat success is…. A vision
Old School Compliance Retail Scale Existing network capacity Hierarchy Defends the status quo “Pleasant Mediocrity”FunctionVisionMetricsDecision RulesEffectiveness
Performance-Based ActivityCentre PlanningContextChange inusers, function andscaleFuture vision of performancePerformance goalsImpact on contextSolutions to respond to impacts
Vision Defining success in a way that can be measured Change in User Mix Function Scale
Planning for people Existing and future User Mix Residents Workers Visitors Enterprises
User Mix Function Meeting the needs of users Function = Drivers + Capacity Policy often tries to predetermine future function basedupon: Existing capacity of network Existing capacity of centre Anticipated capacity constraints Not a hierarchy
Drivers of user behaviour Land use planning’s strength is developing capacity torespond to drivers of user’s behaviour Reflexively thinking we can control behaviours = trouble Drivers bigger than governments and developers Trends (e.g. savings rates, cost of fuel) Discontinuities (e.g. internet retail) Encourage and mitigate Intervene where necessary (evolution/revolution)
PerformanceContextChange inusers, function andscaleFuture vision of performancePerformance goalsImpact on contextSolutions to respond to impacts✔✔✔
Measuring Performance Actual performance canonly be measuredretrospectively But we can Set performance goals Measure capacity tomeet goals Assess potential impactof specific solutionsagainst goals
Performance-based decisionmaking Opportunity to support better AC decisionmaking Opportunity to better define transportperformance in supporting AC development Solutions must respond to a email@example.com
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