Maximize the potential for east-west transit connections between the Community Redevelopment Area to the east and State Road 7 to the west by modifying the function of Griffin Road to reduce traffic speed and enhance and dignify it as a transit and pedestrian corridor.
Improve the appearance and function of the major corridors within the Westside study area.
Encourage and promote logical development and redevelopment that meets a high standard of quality.
Improve the Westside neighborhoods.
Enhance opportunities for active and passive recreation and community serving facilities within the Westside neighborhoods.
Implement principles of sustainable development to make development and redevelopment environmentally responsible, as well as addressing environmental issues.
GRIFFIN ROAD Seek funding for acquisition and demolition Dilapidated structures Create enclosure of street space to slow traffic, reduce number of street intersections Speeding and high accident occurrence Unified landscaping and signage, create regulations to achieve a desirable built form Lack of identity Encourage parcel aggregation, facilitate the process by changing underlying land use and zoning Shallow lot depth Change underlying land use and encourage recommended uses Inappropriate uses Add flexibility to type of uses and facilitate redevelopment Under-utilized parcels Solutions Issues