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This presentation was originally given to Dr. Lu's Regional and Environmental Planning class at Valdosta State University on March 7, 2013.

This presentation was originally given to Dr. Lu's Regional and Environmental Planning class at Valdosta State University on March 7, 2013.

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  • Great, quick read on how the transportation/road building process
  • Wide enough for two horses, carts axel width of one horse
  • Carried over to new world
  • Carried over to railroads
  • Then cars
  • First national highway map
  • At 1903s world’s fair, the depiction of the city in the 1950s. How does it compare to today?
  • MIDSDemand ResponseCall 229-316-2153$3 up to 10mi.$5 over 10mi.$11 M in future projects
  • Money, Money, MoneyCapital – 80% FederalOperating – 50% LocalStart-up Capital - $8.6MAnnual Operating - $1.98M
  • Local Economic EngineHow do we make sure our community is ready for future needs2015 Panama Canal – Port of Savannah3 of 4 growth industries depend on transportation locally

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  • Regional Transportation Planning Valdosta State University March 7, 2013
  • Introductions• Name• Major• Why are you interested in planning?• Top transportation question/concern Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • What have you Learned?• What have you learned about planning?• What do you find interesting about it?• Disinteresting? Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Agenda• History• Federal/State Laws• Planning Process• Current Trends• Local Issues Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • History of Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • History of Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • History of Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • History of Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • History of Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • History of Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • History of Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Future of Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • A Balancing Act• Planning is…• Politics, Politics, Politics – All politics are local, state and federal• Regulations, Regulations, Regulations – You cannot just do what you want to do• What is best for our community, region, state, nation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Transportation Laws• Federal Highway Act of 1956 – Interstates• Federal-aid Highway Act of 1962 – Planning process – Metropolitan Planning Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Federal Laws• ISTEA – 1991, $158 B – Intermodal Approach, More power for MPOs• TEA-21 – 1998, $218 B – Economic vitality, safety and security, mobility, environment, connectivity, efficiency, preservation• SAFETEA-LU – 2005, $286 B – Transit and multi-modal approach, Earmarks• MAP-21 – 2012, $105 B – Performance Measures, Consolidation – Law Expires 9/2014 Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Other Federal Laws• National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 – Federal Environmental Regulations• Clean Air Act• Civil Rights Act• Americans with Disabilities Act• Executive Orders• Regulations Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • State Laws• Georgia Planning Act – New 2013 Regulations for Local Comprehensive Plans• Georgia Sunshine Laws – Open Records – Open Meetings Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Metropolitan Planning• MPOs• Urban Areas 50,000 +• Forum for Regional Decision Making• Long Range Plan• Short Range Plan• Public Involvement• Annual Work Program Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Georgia MPOs • Atlanta • Athens • Augusta • Brunswick • Cartersville • Chattanooga • Columbus • Dalton • Gainesville • Macon • Rome • Warner Robins • Valdosta • Savannah • Hinesville • Albany Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Georgia Regional Commissions Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Southern Georgia Regional Commission• Comm. and Econ. Dev. – Comp. Plans, Zoning Codes, other plans, grant writing, environmental planning, transportation planning• Geographic Information Systems – www.valorgis.com• Local gov’t IT support• Area Agency on Aging – Advocates for older adults• Workforce Investment – Job Search, Training, Youth• Small Business Loan Program – $6M revolving loan fund Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Southern Georgia Regional Commission Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Valdosta-Lowndes MPO Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Valdosta-Lowndes MPO• Policy Committee – Highest Elected Officials• Technical Advisory Committee – Engineers, Planners, etc.• Citizen’s Advisory Committee – Grassroots public input Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • CooperativeComprehensive Continuing Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Planning Process Vision/Goals Performance Alternative Monitoring Strategies Public Participation Project Evaluation andImplementation Prioritization Develop Plans Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Long Range Plan• It is a Regional Plan – Projects from State/Locals – Policy Committee must agree to a region- wide list of projects• Spans Jurisdictions and Political Terms• Federal Requirements – Address planning factors, fiscally balanced, system level, multi-modal Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Data Collection• Drives the Travel Demand Model and Decision-making Process• Socioeconomic Data – Population, Households, Income, Employment, School Enrollment• Traffic Counts• Future Growth Map – Developed Using the Delphi Method Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Socioeconomic Data 2006 2035Population 103,751 140,068Households 38,935 53,297Employment 55,668 72,051Enrollment 32,932 66,655 Income $33,597 $50,683 Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Traffic Analysis Zones Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Highway Network Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Delphi Method• Using Focus Groups to Separately Come to a Consensus – Met with Each Local Jurisdiction – Confirmed Type, Amount and Date of Future Growth – Generally All of the Future Growth Areas were the Same• Worked with Local Planners to Allocate Population and Employment to TAZs – Used GIS Tools to Allocate Date from VSU – VSU Forecasts were Used as Control Totals Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Future Growth Map Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Socioeconomic ChangePopulation Change Employment Change Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Traffic Simulation Models Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • What Else Do We Do?• Freight Planning• Aviation Planning• Bike and Pedestrian Planning• Transit Planning• Land Use Coordination• Access Management• Intelligent Transportation Systems• Air Quality Planning• Project Development• Etc… Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Current Trends in Transportation• What do you think some of these current trends are?• What impacts you everyday? Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Current Trends in Transportation Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Federal Highway Trust Fund Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Georgia’s Transportation Investment Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Revenue Sources• $0.18.4/gallon • $0.07.5/gallon + – Highway Trust Fund about $0.13- – Mass Transit .15/gallon Account • General Fund• Generating about • SPLOST $25-35 B a year• Since 2008, $56B has been transferred from general fund Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • How Would You Fill the Gap? Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • What Are the Local Issues? Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Public Transit Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Bike and Pedestrian Projects• Very popular projects• Typically hard to get funding for• Growing interest in Valdosta and Lowndes County• Talk to your local elected officials• June 10, 2013 Valdosta Bike Symposium Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Local Funding• Woodrow Wilson • 2035 Transportation Drive Plan Includes• Jerry Jones Drive – $416M• Forrest Street – $500M+ that we cannot afford• US 84/W Hill Ave.• I-75 Interchanges• Oak St. Extension• Five Points Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Freight Movement Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Traffic Management Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Contact Us Corey Hull, AICP chull@sgrc.uswww.sgrc.us/transportation 229-333-5277 Valdosta – Lowndes Metropolitan Planning Organization