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  • 1. Scenario S: Preferred Alternative
  • 2. Scenario S: Creating Mixed-use Centers Around Major Transportation Areas Is The Primary Driver Of Improved Transportation Performance
    • Plan a range of mixed use centers around transit
      • A few regional centers
      • Many neighborhood centers
      • Close access to centers throughout the Vistas
  • 3. Scenario S: Creating Mixed-use Centers Around Major Transportation Areas Is The Primary Driver Of Improved Transportation Performance
    • Plan a range of mixed use centers around transit
      • A few regional centers
      • Many neighborhood centers
      • Close access to centers throughout the Vistas
  • 4. Scenario S: Creating Mixed-use Centers Around Major Transportation Areas Is The Primary Driver Of Improved Transportation Performance
    • Plan a range of mixed use centers around transit
      • A few regional centers
      • Many neighborhood centers
      • Close access to centers throughout the Vistas
  • 5. Scenario S: Enhanced Network
    • 7 Bus corridors
    • Within ½ mile of transit:
      • 30% Households
      • 47% Jobs
    +19% +28%
  • 6. Scenario X: Basecase
  • 7. Scenario X Land Use Parameters
    • Half the housing units and jobs of Scenario A
      • 202,500 Housing Units
        • 80% single family housing
        • Averaging about ~6 dwelling units per net acre (3-4 per gross), similar to single family prevalent in the Gold Canyon and San Tan Valley areas
      • 150,000 Jobs
        • Primarily strip commercial with some office
    • Retail and employment centers located at freeway and arterial intersections
    • Small amount of multi-family located around interchanges and employment centers
    • Less environmental sensitivity and open space
      • More encroachment into washes
      • Development on slopes
      • Fewer parks, more golf courses
  • 8. Scenario X Transportation Parameters
    • No regional transit, limited local transit
    • Freeways built as planned
    • Highway 60 and 79 expanded to 6 lane expressways, but with surface intersections
    • Extension of existing major arterials
      • Follow conventional arterial pattern of one arterial per mile (use section lines)
  • 9. Comparing Scenario S and X Scenario X: Basecase Scenario S: Preferred Alternative
  • 10. Total Population
  • 11. Total Housing Units
  • 12. Total Jobs
  • 13. Developed Acres % of site
  • 14. Vehicle Miles Traveled (per person per day)
  • 15. Walk/Bike Trips (% of Total)
  • 16. Daily Transit Ridership
  • 17. Transportation Emissions (CO2) Tons of CO2 per Year
  • 18. Transportation Emissions (CO2) Tons of CO2 per Year Per Capita
  • 19. Transportation Energy Use Gallons of Gas per Day per Person
  • 20. Jobs-Housing Balance
  • 21. Housing Mix Comparison Scenario X continues current trends, Scenario S anticipates future demographic shifts and changing housing needs.
  • 22. Employment Mix Comparison
  • 23. Building Emissions (CO2) Annual CO2 (ton/yr) Building emissions are lower in Scenario X because employment buildings use more energy
  • 24. Building Emissions (CO2) Annual CO2 (ton/yr) Per Capita Building emissions are lower in Scenario X because employment buildings use more energy
  • 25. Total Water Demand (Gallons/day - Building and Landscaping)
  • 26. Total Water Demand (Gallons/day - Building and Landscaping) Per Capita