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Transportation Studies in the 21st Century: Incorporating all Modes-SFMTA Urban Planning Initiatives

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Title: Transportation Studies in the 21st Century: Incorporating all Modes
Track: Sustain
Format: 90 minute panel
Abstract: In the 21st century, the basic purpose of transportation studies needs to change from making it easier to drive to giving people options other than driving. This session will present case studies of alternatives to the auto-dominated Level of Service traffic impact studies in order to better address bicycling, transit and walking.
Presenters:
Presenter: Michelle DeRobertis Transportation Choices for Sustainable Communities
Co-Presenter: Peter Albert San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
Co-Presenter: Patrick Lynch Transpo Group
Co-Presenter: David Thompson City of Boulder, Colorado

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Transportation Studies in the 21st Century: Incorporating all Modes-SFMTA Urban Planning Initiatives

  1. 1. SFMTA Urban Planning Initiatives Pro Walk Pro Bike Pro Place 09/10/2014 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  2. 2. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  3. 3. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  4. 4. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  5. 5. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  6. 6. Development History Uncertainty, Suspicion, Delay •Planning Development-by-Development •City Agencies Engage Late: in EIR Phase •Risk: Conflicts with SFMTA Priorities •Community Reacts = Resistance to Change •Development Obligations not Meaningful •Little/No Monitoring of Agreements SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  7. 7. Development History Uncertainty, Suspicion, Delay •Planning Development-by-Development •City Agencies Engage Late: in EIR Phase •Risk: Conflicts with SFMTA Priorities •Community Reacts = Resistance to Change •Development Obligations not Meaningful •Little/No Monitoring of Agreements SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  8. 8. Development History Uncertainty, Suspicion, Delay •Planning Development-by-Development •City Agencies Engage Late: in EIR Phase •Risk: Conflicts with SFMTA Priorities •Community Reacts = Resistance to Change •Development Obligations not Meaningful •Little/No Monitoring of Agreements SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  9. 9. Development History Uncertainty, Suspicion, Delay •Planning Development-by-Development •City Agencies Engage Late: in EIR Phase •Risk: Conflicts with SFMTA Priorities •Community Reacts = Resistance to Change •Development Obligations not Meaningful •Little/No Monitoring of Agreements SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  10. 10. Development History Uncertainty, Suspicion, Delay •Planning Development-by-Development •City Agencies Engage Late: in EIR Phase •Risk: Conflicts with SFMTA Priorities •Community Reacts = Resistance to Change •Development Obligations not Meaningful •Little/No Monitoring of Agreements SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  11. 11. Development History Uncertainty, Suspicion, Delay •Planning Development-by-Development •City Agencies Engage Late: in EIR Phase •Risk: Conflicts with SFMTA Priorities •Community Reacts = Resistance to Change •Development Obligations not Meaningful •Little/No Monitoring of Agreements SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  12. 12. Development History Uncertainty, Suspicion, Delay •Planning Development-by-Development •City Agencies Engage Late: in EIR Phase •Risk: Conflicts with SFMTA Priorities •Community Reacts = Resistance to Change •Development Obligations not Meaningful •Little/No Monitoring of Agreements SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  13. 13. Development History Uncertainty, Suspicion, Delay •Planning Development-by-Development •City Agencies Engage Late: in EIR Phase •Risk: Conflicts with SFMTA Priorities •Community Reacts = Resistance to Change •Development Obligations not Meaningful •Little/No Monitoring of Agreements SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives
  14. 14. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives Office of Economic and Workforce Development San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency OEWD SFMTA
  15. 15. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA
  16. 16. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA •Engage community early, transparently
  17. 17. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA •Engage community early, transparently •Ensure Agency priorities & feasibility
  18. 18. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA •Engage community early, transparently •Ensure Agency priorities & feasibility •Provide optimal operating environment
  19. 19. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA •Engage community early, transparently •Ensure Agency priorities & feasibility •Provide optimal operating environment •Monitor for accountability, adaptability
  20. 20. Focus on Transit-rich Urban Core Priority Development Areas: San Francisco Bay Area
  21. 21. Priority Development Areas: San Francisco Focus on Transit-rich Urban Neighborhoods Planning for “Smart” Growth
  22. 22. Major UPI Projects at SFMTA Treasure Island Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard Waterfront Parkmerced
  23. 23. Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard Major UPI Projects at SFMTA
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  27. 27. Major UPI Projects at SFMTA Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard
  28. 28. Major UPI Projects at SFMTA Treasure Island Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard Parkmerced
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  34. 34. Major UPI Projects at SFMTA Treasure Island Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard Parkmerced
  35. 35. Major UPI Projects at SFMTA Treasure Island Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard America’s Cup Parkmerced
  36. 36. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives 34th America’s Cup
  37. 37. SFMTA’s Urban Planning Initiatives 34th America’s Cup “People Plan” Priorities •Safety •Efficiency •Sustainability •Adaptability •Legacy
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  46. 46. Major UPI Projects at SFMTA Treasure Island Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard America’s Cup Parkmerced
  47. 47. Major UPI Projects at SFMTA Treasure Island Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard Waterfront Parkmerced
  48. 48. SFMTA Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA Development and Transportation Integration Transportation Demand Management Approved Development Agreement Monitoring Urban Planning Initiatives
  49. 49. SFMTA Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA Development and Transportation Integration Transportation Demand Management Approved Development Agreement Monitoring Urban Planning Initiatives
  50. 50. Development and Transportation Integration 2015
  51. 51. Development and Transportation Integration 2040
  52. 52. Development and Transportation Integration SWL 337 - Mission Rock Warriors Arena Pier 70
  53. 53. Development and Transportation Integration SWL 337 - Mission Rock Warriors Arena Pier 70
  54. 54. Development and Transportation Integration
  55. 55. SFMTA Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA Development and Transportation Integration Transportation Demand Management Approved Development Agreement Monitoring Urban Planning Initiatives
  56. 56. Transportation Demand Management Layer of policies, tools, services that works in concert with transportation network to support use of sustainable modes for all trips.
  57. 57. Transportation Demand Management •TDM Toolkit •Quantification of TDM Efficacy TDM Program for New Development •Standard practices Reporting and Monitoring Enforcement
  58. 58. Transportation Demand Management •Comprehensive Employee / Resident TDM •Special Event TDM •Pedestrian Safety Campaign •Vision Zero Safety Education •Commute by Bike •Wayfinding •Commuter Shuttles Pilot
  59. 59. SFMTA Urban Planning Initiatives OEWD SFMTA Development and Transportation Integration Transportation Demand Management Approved Development Agreement Monitoring Urban Planning Initiatives
  60. 60. Development Agreement Monitoring Commitment Description Schedule & Readiness Accountability
  61. 61. Development Agreement Monitoring Commitment Description •Project •Location •Mode •Type of Improvement or Program •Value Schedule & Readiness Accountability
  62. 62. Development Agreement Monitoring Commitment Description Schedule & Readiness •Trigger & Schedule •Readiness and Status •Implementation Strategy Accountability
  63. 63. Development Agreement Monitoring Commitment Description Schedule & Readiness Accountability •Funding •Implementation •Monitoring •Source & Type of Commitment •Critical Path
  64. 64. QUESTIONS? OEWD SFMTA Development and Transportation Integration Transportation Demand Management Approved Development Agreement Monitoring Urban Planning Initiatives

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