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Zachary Zabel UP206A March 19, 2012. Facility: $1 billion (all privately funded) 68,000 seat stadium expandable to 78,000 for major events Location: On.

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1 Zachary Zabel UP206A March 19, 2012

2 Facility: $1 billion (all privately funded) 68,000 seat stadium expandable to 78,000 for major events Location: On the site of the current West Hall of the LA Convention Center, adjacent to the STAPLES Center Travel: Access to over 20 freeway interchanges, utilization of STAPLES Center parking model to limit congestion

3 Facility: Location: Travel: Facility: 75,000 seat stadium (all privately funded), built into a hillside to reduce construction costs and materials Location: City of Industry 20 miles east of downtown L.A. Travel: Replicating model of other NFL stadiums by locating outside the congestion of a metropolitan area

4 Kernel Density of existing football stadium seats Kernel Density of Metrolink commuter rail stations Euclidean Distance to Metro Rail Feature to Raster of population over 67 years old

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10 Built a network dataset to perform service areas around facilities (stadium sites) Travel times derived from dividing distance of streets by speed limits for L.A. County

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13 Calculated from a maximum noise level of 140dB (Derived from a 137dB recording at the 2006 NFC Championship in Seattle, the NFLs loudest stadium) Sustained exposure at 85dB+ results in permanent hearing loss, at 100dB serious damage can occur in 15 minutes

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16 Farmers Field in high proximity to existing stadiums Farmers Field very high in proximity to Metro Rail, L.A. Stadium low Both stadiums moderate in access to MetroLink Hotspot Analysis: Both sites moderately suitable, far more suitable locations: Montebello, parts of the San Fernando Valley Network Analysis: Farmers Field within 30min of most major L.A. County population centers, L.A. Stadium up to an hour from the Westside, Long Beach, and San Fernando Valley Farmers Field will expose a far greater amount of residents to disruptive levels of noise

17 Both projects are massive investments for the returns provided Externalities such as traffic and noise will be limited to a few days a year Stadiums will draw visitors from all over Southern California, not just L.A. County Network Analysis does not take into account that Los Angeles Stadium will better serve the Inland Empire (San Bernardino and Riverside Counties) and Orange County The importance of access to transit may be low, NFL gameday travelers are more likely to drive

18 Modeling Measurement Analysis (Noise Dispersion, Proximity Rasters, Euclidean Distance) Custom Shapefile Creation/Original Data (Site Parcels) Extracting information from bufffer (dB and population) Charts and images Hotspot Analysis (Spatial Analyst) Network Analysis (Network Analyst) Inset Map Buffering Geoprocessing (Clipping) Geocoding (Current stadiums)

19 References: Data Sources: Lab 1, 2 Prepared Files LA Locator from Lab 4 American FactFinder Metro Developer (http://developer.metro.net/introduction/gis-data/download-gis-data/) MetroLink (http://www.metrolinktrains.com/agency/page/title/facts) UCLA Mapshare Presentation Image Sources:


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