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Jeff Speck- Health Innovation Grant Workshop 2016

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Jeff Speck spoke at our 4th annual Health Innovation Grant workshop held at Rollins College where he discussed walkability and the benefits of living in a more walkable community.

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Jeff Speck- Health Innovation Grant Workshop 2016

  1. 1. TOWARDS A MORE HEALTHY CENTRAL FLORIDA MAY 11, 2016 JEFF SPECK AICP CNU-A LEED-ND Hon. ASLA
  2. 2. TOWARDS A MORE WALKABLE CENTRAL FLORIDA MAY 11, 2016 JEFF SPECK AICP CNU-A LEED-ND Hon. ASLA
  3. 3. WHY BE WALKABLE?
  4. 4. Car Deaths per year per 100,000: New York: 3.1 San Francisco 2.5 Portland 3.2 Atlanta 12.7
  5. 5. Car Deaths per year per 100,000: New York: 3.9 San Francisco 4.0 Chicago 6.0 Orlando 19.4
  6. 6. Car Deaths per year per 100,000: New York: 3.9 San Francisco 4.0 Chicago 6.0 Orlando 19.4
  7. 7. Car Deaths per year per 100,000: New York: 3.9 San Francisco 4.0 Chicago 6.0 Orlando 19.4
  8. 8. Car Deaths per year per 100,000: New York: 3.9 San Francisco 4.0 Chicago 6.0 Orlando 19.4
  9. 9. DIET VS. ACTIVITY
  10. 10. GLUTTONY VS. SLOTH
  11. 11. EXERCISE VS. LANDSCAPE
  12. 12. “Power Nine: the lessons from the Blue Zones, a cross cultural distillation of the world’s best practices in health and longevity.”
  13. 13. Lesson 1: “Move Naturally.”
  14. 14. “Rather than exercising for the sake of exercising, try to make changes to your lifestyle. Ride a bicycle instead of driving. Walk to the store instead of driving. . . Build that into your lifestyle.” --Robert Kane, MD, director of the Minnesota Geriatric Education Center
  15. 15. IF A HEALTHY NATION IS A WALKING NATION. . . HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK?
  16. 16. IF A HEALTHY NATION IS A WALKING NATION. . . HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK?
  17. 17. IF A HEALTHY NATION IS A WALKING NATION. . . HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK?
  18. 18. THE GENERAL THEORY OF WALKABILITY
  19. 19. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  20. 20. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  21. 21. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  22. 22. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  23. 23. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  24. 24. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  25. 25. Conventional Suburban Development
  26. 26. WHAT IS MISSING OR UNDER-REPRESENTED? • Office • Retail • Dining • Entertainment • Housing • Schools • Recreation • Worship • Parking
  27. 27. WHAT IS MISSING OR UNDER-REPRESENTED? • Office • Retail • Dining • Entertainment • Housing • Schools • Recreation • Worship • Parking
  28. 28. WHAT IS MISSING OR UNDER-REPRESENTED? • Office • Retail • Dining • Entertainment • Housing • Schools • Recreation • Worship • Parking
  29. 29. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  30. 30. GOD HELP THE CHILDREN
  31. 31. “Metro areas that invested heavily in road capacity expansion fared no better in easing congestion than metro areas that did not. Trends in congestion show that areas that exhibited greater growth in lane capacity spent roughly $22 billion more on road construction than those that didn’t, yet ended up with slightly higher congestion costs per person, wasted fuel, and travel delay.” -- Surface Transportation Policy Project, Washington, DC
  32. 32. HOWEVER. . .
  33. 33. Typically, 2 lanes can easily handle 10,000 cars per day.
  34. 34. DESIGNATED ARTERIALS (4 Lanes or More): Sheridan: Peak 10,066 Hudson: Peak 8389 Robinson: Peak 5632 4th: Peak 5663 6th: Peak 4507
  35. 35. DESIGNATED ARTERIALS (4 Lanes or More): Sheridan: Peak 10,066 Hudson: Peak 8389 Robinson: Peak 5632 4th: Peak 5663 6th: Peak 4507
  36. 36. DESIGNATED ARTERIALS (4 Lanes or More): Sheridan: Peak 10,066 Hudson: Peak 8389 Robinson: Peak 5632 4th: Peak 5663 6th: Peak 4507
  37. 37. DESIGNATED ARTERIALS (4 Lanes or More): Sheridan: Peak 10,066 Hudson: Peak 8389 Robinson: Peak 5632 4th: Peak 5663 6th: Peak 4507
  38. 38. DESIGNATED ARTERIALS (4 Lanes or More): Sheridan: Peak 10,066 Hudson: Peak 8389 Robinson: Peak 5632 4th: Peak 5663 6th: Peak 4507
  39. 39. DESIGNATED ARTERIALS (4 Lanes or More): Sheridan: Peak 10,066 Hudson: Peak 8389 Robinson: Peak 5632 4th: Peak 5663 6th: Peak 4507
  40. 40. Hudson Avenue: 8389 Cars/Day 6 lanes
  41. 41. “Increased lane widths are responsible for approximately 900 additional traffic fatalities per year.” -- Robert Noland, “Traffic Fatalities and Injuries: The Effect of Changing Infrastructure and Other trends,” Center for Transport Studies, 2002.
  42. 42. 35’ 22’
  43. 43. “Broad is the road that leads to destruction... narrow is the road that leads to life” (Matthew 7:13-14)
  44. 44. MAITLAND AVE
  45. 45. FAIRBANKS AVE.
  46. 46. STEVEN VANCE
  47. 47. # OR CYCLISTS: TRIPLED SPEEDING: 75%  17% INJURY CRASHES DOWN 63% CAR VOLUME, TRIP TIMES: UNCHANGED
  48. 48. # OR CYCLISTS: TRIPLED SPEEDING: 75%  17% INJURY CRASHES DOWN 63% CAR VOLUME, TRIP TIMES: UNCHANGED
  49. 49. # OR CYCLISTS: TRIPLED SPEEDING: 75%  17% INJURY CRASHES DOWN 63% CAR VOLUME, TRIP TIMES: UNCHANGED
  50. 50. # OR CYCLISTS: TRIPLED SPEEDING: 75%  17% INJURY CRASHES DOWN 63% CAR VOLUME, TRIP TIMES: UNCHANGED
  51. 51. # OR CYCLISTS: TRIPLED SPEEDING: 75%  17% INJURY CRASHES DOWN 63% CAR VOLUME, TRIP TIMES: UNCHANGED
  52. 52. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  53. 53. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  54. 54. HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO WALK? • A REASON TO WALK • A SAFE WALK • A COMFORTABLE WALK • AN INTERESTING WALK
  55. 55. jeffspeck.com
  56. 56. JUNE 23 – 24, 2016
  57. 57. JUNE 23 – 24, 2016

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