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Concentrated Development Vision – Analysis

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  • 1. Most communities in the Regionalready have plans for how they will develop in the future. How is the Concentrated Development Vision differentfrom what is already planned?
  • 2. The Concentrated DevelopmentVision would result in newpeople moving into already-developed areas in theRegion’s existing communities.
  • 3. The Concentrated DevelopmentVision would result in more newjobs being located in already-developed areas in the Region’score.
  • 4. What kinds of effects would theConcentrated Development Vision have on the Region?How would these be different from how the Region is now?How would these be different from theexisting future land development plans and policies in the Region?
  • 5. Population Density In general, people would live closer together under the Concentrated Development Scenario than they do now and than they would under existing plans.
  • 6. Employment Density In general, jobs would be located closer together under the Concentrated Development Scenario than they are now and than they would be under existing plans.
  • 7. Accessibility to Amenities More people would live within walking distance of schools, libraries, hospitals, shopping, etc., under the Concentrated Development Scenario than currently do and would under existing plans.
  • 8. Housing Unit Density In general, housing units would be located somewhat closer together under the Concentrated Development Scenario than they are now and than they would be under existing plans.
  • 9. Concentration of Employment In general, jobs would be located in areas where there are a variety of land uses – housing, factories, shopping districts, etc. – under the Concentrated Development Scenario than they are now or would be under existing plans.
  • 10. Accessibility to Support Infrastructure The Concentrated Development Scenario would have fewer jobs located within one mile of water/sewer lines, major roads, airports, etc., than the current situation, and slightly more than would be under existing plans.
  • 11. Open Space Accessibility More people would live closer to parks and/or bikeways under the Concentrated Development Scenario than do now and than would under existing plans.
  • 12. Transit Ridership Potential Because of higher population and employment densities, there would be a greater potential for increased transit ridership under the Concentrated Development Scenario than there is now and than there would be under existing plans.
  • 13. Traffic Congestion Due largely to increases in population and employment, along with changes to the land use pattern, there would be more traffic congestion on a typical day under the Concentrated Development Scenario than there is now.
  • 14. So what does all this mean?
  • 15. Because this new plan shifts ourRegion’s development priorities to focus on redevelopment efforts and concentrating newdevelopment in areas that already have infrastructure in place, development in the Region will become more dense.
  • 16. This also means that:• More people will live closer to things like parks and bikeways and amenities like schools and libraries and shopping centers,• There will be a higher potential for increased transit ridership, and• There may be more traffic congestion.
  • 17. What effects might theConcentrated Development Vision have on our most vulnerable populations – the elderly, the disabled, and people living below poverty level?
  • 18. Areas with higher thanaverage concentrations ofpeople aged 65 or over are spread throughout the Region.
  • 19. For the areas with a higher concentration of peopleaged 65 or older…Population density willbe lower than it will befor the Region as awhole in 2040 but higherthan it is now. Housing unit density will be lower than it will be for the Region as a whole in 2040 and higher than it is now.
  • 20. For the areas with a higher concentration of peopleaged 65 or older…About the same number ofpeople will be living nearamenities as do now, thisnumber will be lowcompared to the Region asa whole in 2040. Slightly more people will be living near parks and bikeways compared to the Region as a whole in 2040.
  • 21. For the areas with a higher concentration of peopleaged 65 or older… Because these areas are spread throughout more rural areas, the transit ridership potential will not change much from what it is currently and there will be less transit ridership potential in these areas than in the Region as a whole in 2040.
  • 22. Areas with higher than average concentrations of people with disabilities are located mainly inthe Region’s core and established communities.
  • 23. For the areas with a higher concentration of peoplewith disabilities…Population density willbe slightly higher than itwill be for the Region asa whole in 2040 andhigher than it is now. Housing unit density will be higher than it is now and higher than it will be for the Region as a whole in 2040.
  • 24. For the areas with a higher concentration of peoplewith disabilities…About the same number ofpeople will be living nearamenities as do now,which is much higher thanthe number for the Regionas a whole in 2040. Slightly more people will be living near parks and bikeways compared to the Region as a whole in 2040.
  • 25. For the areas with a higher concentration of peoplewith disabilities… While the transit ridership potential will not change much from what it is currently in these areas, there will be less transit ridership potential than in the Region as a whole in 2040.
  • 26. Areas with higher than averageconcentrations of people livingbelow poverty level are locatedmainly in and around several of the Region’s larger cities.
  • 27. For the areas with a higher concentration of peopleliving below poverty level…Population density will behigher than it is now andwill be higher for theRegion as a whole in2040. Housing unit density will be higher than it is now and higher than it will be for the Region as a whole in 2040.
  • 28. For the areas with a higher concentration of peopleliving below poverty level…Slightly more people will beliving near amenities as donow, which is much higherthan the number for theRegion as a whole in 2040. More people will be living near parks and bikeways compared to the Region as a whole in 2040.
  • 29. For the areas with a higher concentration of peopleliving below poverty level… While the transit ridership potential will not change much from what it is currently in these areas, there will be less transit ridership potential than in the Region as a whole in 2040.
  • 30. So what does all this mean?
  • 31. Vulnerable populations are groups of people who may be more affected by future land development than other people and may have difficulty adjusting to these changes. These groups may have limited options for transportation and may have limited options for housing as well.
  • 32. As we move forward with this plan, we will all need to be mindful ofhow any new development effortswill affect these populations and do what we can to make sure that everyone in the Region benefits from the changes in our development priorities.
  • 33. We will be asking local governments to endorse the Concentrated Development Vision over the next fewmonths and we could definitely use your support!
  • 34. What can you do to help?
  • 35. We’re so glad you asked!The number one thing you can do is to talk with your electedofficials and let them know thatyou support this vision for the Miami Valley Region.
  • 36. Endorse the Concentrated DevelopmentScenario! Click here to let us know that yousupport this vision.Send a link to this presentation to everyoneyou know! Neighbors, old friends from highschool, parents, teachers, dog sitters, you name it.The more people who learn about what we’retrying to do, the better!Sign up for our mailing list and “like” us onFacebook so that you can stay in touch and up todate with the Going Places initiative!
  • 37. Thank You!
  • 38. For more information on the ConcentratedDevelopment Vision, please take a look at thepresentation titled “The Preferred Scenario”For more information about how the ConcentratedDevelopment Vision may be implemented, pleasetake a look at the presentation titled “TheConcentrated Development Vision –Implementation”

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