Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

January2012 Nassau Public Open House Presentation

671

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
671
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. The Nassau Hub StudyPublic Open House Presentation January 31, 2012
  • 2. Agenda1) Study Update2) Refined Long-List Alternatives Development3) Refined Long-List Alternatives Definition4) Refined Long-List Alternatives Screening Long List5) Assessment Of Mode Options6) Recommendations7) Next Steps 2
  • 3. Study Update 3
  • 4. Previous Alternatives Evaluation• 14 Preliminary Long-List Alternatives Evaluated During The Fatal Flaw Screening• Alternatives 9-14 Were Fatally Flawed y• Alternatives 1-8 Were Advanced To Refined Long-List Alternatives 4
  • 5. Refined Long-List Alternatives Long List Development 5
  • 6. Refined Long-List Alternatives Development Long List• Alternatives Advanced to Long-List Were Further Defined Developed With M D fi d / D l d More D t il Detail• Items Considered Include: • Activity Center Connections • L dU C Land Use Compatibility tibilit • Stakeholder And Public Input p • Infrastructure And Operational Characteristics • Ridership Potential 6
  • 7. Activity C t C A ti it Center Connections ti• Previously Identified Study Area Attractors And Generators (Activity Centers)• Activity Centers Grouped By Relative Significance 7
  • 8. 8
  • 9. Land Use Compatibility L dU C tibilit• Evaluated Existing Land Use Patterns• Identified Redevelopment Opportunities• Determined Potential Transit Oriented Transit-Oriented- Development (TOD) Opportunities / Constraints 9
  • 10. Public Input P bli I t• Project Committees• Project Website • www.nassauhub.com• P bli M i Public Meetings• Origin / Destination Survey• Stated Preference Survey• One-on-One And Small Group Meetings 10
  • 11. Infrastructure And Operational CharacteristicsI f t t A dO ti l Ch t i ti• Developed Preliminary Operating Scenarios p y p g • Running Within Mixed Traffic • Running In Exclusive Right-Of-Way• Determined Travel Times Between Key Activity y y Centers• Number Of Transfers A Key Service Factor• Identified Track / Lane Miles 11
  • 12. Ridership Potential Rid hi P t ti l• Completed Comprehensive Origin / Destination p p g And Stated Preference Surveys• Developed Order Of Magnitude Ridership Order-Of-Magnitude Estimates• Ongoing Refinement Of Ridership Model For More Detailed Ridership Forecasting, Which Will Ultimately Lead To The Selection Of The Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) 12
  • 13. Refined Long-List Alternatives Long List Definition 13
  • 14. Refined Long-List of Alternatives Definition e ed o g st o te at es e t o• Alternatives Were Defined For Evaluation Against Study Goals And Objectives• Characteristics Include: • Travel Times • Number of Daily Trips • Trips Per Track/Lane Mile • Trips Per Annual Vehicle Mile • Transit Connections / Activity Centers Served 14
  • 15. Refined Long-List Alternatives Long List Screening 15
  • 16. Methodology• Created A Series Of Matrices Based On Defined Alternatives• Ranked Alternatives Based On: – Relative S Strength Of Ridership – Track / Lane Mileage – Annual Vehicle Mileage – Travel Times – Number Of Transfers – Transit Connections And Activity Centers Served 16
  • 17. Screening ResultsAlternatives Identified For Advancement• Alt Alternative 2 ti• Alternative 3Alternatives Identified For Elimination• Alternative 1 • Alternative 6• Alternative 4 • Alternative 7• Alternative 5 • Alternative 8 17
  • 18. Alternative 2 Transit Connections Mineola Intermodal Center Potential New Transit Center Hempstead Intermodal Center Activity Centers Served Downtown Mineola Downtown Hempstead Roosevelt Field Mall Nassau Community College Nassau Coliseum Hofstra University RXR Plaza Nassau University Medical Center C t Source Mall Museum Row Mitchel Field Eisenhower Park Hempstead to Roosevelt Field Mall Mineola to Coliseum Potential Daily Trips per Trips per Annual Trips 2035 Track/Lane Mile Vehicle Mile Travel Time Transfers Travel Time Transfers Mixed Flow 14:04 0 14:43 0 6,200 283 1.89Exclusive ROW 10:30 0 10:47 0 8,100 370 18 2.47
  • 19. Alternative 3 Transit C T i Connections i Mineola Intermodall C Mi l I d Center Potential New Transit Center Hempstead Intermodal Center Activity Centers Served Downtown Mineola Downtown Hempstead D t H t d Roosevelt Field Mall Nassau Community College Nassau Coliseum Hofstra University RXR Plaza Nassau University Medical Center Museum Row Eisenhower Park Hempstead to Roosevelt Field Mall Mineola to Coliseum Potential Daily Trips per Trips per Annual Trips 2035 Track/Lane Mile Vehicle Mile Travel Time Transfers Travel Time Transfers Mixed Flow 14:13 0 14:44 0 6,100 349 2.33Exclusive ROW 10:19 0 10:18 0 8,000 458 19 3.05
  • 20. Assessment of Mode Options 20
  • 21. Modal Transit Technologies• Street Transit – Jitney – Circulator Bus • Separated Transit – Conventional Bus – Aerial Tram – Trolley Bus – Cable-Drawn Systems – Commuter Bus (CDS) – Modern Streetcar – Automated Guideway Transit• Semi-Separated Transit (AGT) – Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) / – Commuter Rail Premium Bus – Heavy Rail – Light Rail Transit (LRT) 21
  • 22. Criteria for Transit Mode Screening• Flexibility• Capacity, Capacity Ridership• Service Frequency• Effect On Congestion• Cost• System Accessibility• Compatibility• Proven Technology• Land Use Compatibility• Environmental Impact 22
  • 23. Recommended Modes For Further Evaluation• BRT / Premium Bus e u us• Modern Streetcar 23
  • 24. Recommendations and Next Steps 24
  • 25. Recommended Alternatives to be Advanced Alternatives 2 and 3 Each As BRT / Premium Bus And / Or Modern St t M d Streetcar 25
  • 26. 26
  • 27. 27
  • 28. Next Steps• Detailed Definition And Evaluation Of Alternatives – Refined Operating Plans – Cost – Ridership Forecasts – Environmental C E i t l Considerations id ti – Financial Considerations – Stakeholder A d P bli Input St k h ld And Public I t• Selection of LPA 28
  • 29. Q&A 29
  • 30. The Nassau Hub StudyPublic Open House Presentation January 31, 2012

×