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1 GROWTH MANAGEMENT The Comprehensive Plan – Key to Concurrency Photo: Ragan Smith Inc.

2 GROWTH MANAGEMENT What is a Comprehensive Plan? To guide the growth of a community over a 10 to 20 year period Contains 8 elements that should be consistent and coordinated –Transportation –Land Use –Water, Sanitary Sewer, Drainage –Capital Improvement –Parks and Recreation –Conservation –Recreation, Open Space –Housing/Intergovernmental Coordination

3 GROWTH MANAGEMENT What is a Comprehensive Plan? Land Development Regulations should be developed to implement the Comprehensive Plan Comprehensive Plan is adopted by ordinance and amended by ordinance Amendments can only be done twice per year (Excluding the Capital Improvements Element) Comprehensive Plan (Broad) Land Development Regulations (Specific)

4 GROWTH MANAGEMENT How Does the Comp Plan Address Concurrency? Clarified the ties between concurrency and Capital Improvements Concurrency Capital Improvement Programming Financial Feasibility

5 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Comp Plan Amendments 9J (2) Comprehensive Plan Amendments must be accompanied by data and analysis to demonstrate –the scale of public services that the local government provides or is projected to provide as it relates to the level of capital improvements planning required Photo: Ragan Smith Inc.

6 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Plan Amendments All comp plan amendments must provide a traffic analysis to demonstrate … – adequate transportation facilities to accommodate growth Non-DRI plan amendments Level of detail is still uncertain! Source: Traffic Engineering Consultants, Inc.

7 GROWTH MANAGEMENT What would you do?

8 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Example Plan Amendments Google earth photos of ag/ core/ etc.

9 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Example Plan Amendments This example is to get people thinking about impacts to the state system (SIS and non )

10 GROWTH MANAGEMENT City Core Agriculture Residential/Commercial Mixed Use Office/Commercial Mixed Use Residential Larger Scale Comp Plan Amendment SIS Facility State Non-SIS Facility Local Road State Non-SIS Facility

11 GROWTH MANAGEMENT City Core Agriculture Residential/Commercial Mixed Use Office/Commercial Mixed Use Residential Larger Scale Comp Plan Amendment SIS Facility State Non-SIS Facility Local Road State Non-SIS Facility

12 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Larger Scale Comp Plan Amendment

13 GROWTH MANAGEMENT City Core Agriculture Residential/Commercial Mixed Use Office/Commercial Mixed Use Residential Smaller Scale Comp Plan Amendment 100,000 sq ft distribution Center SIS Facility State Non-SIS Facility Local Road State Non-SIS Facility

14 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Smaller Scale Comp Plan Amendment

15 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Plan Amendment Example - Martin County Table 1: Trip Generation EXISTINGPROPOSED Average Daily Trips (Two-way Volumes) 241,932 Peak Hour Trips (Two-way Volumes) 3193 Directional Distribution50% enter 50% exit 50% enter 50% exit Land UseRural Density Residential (ITE Use Code 210 p.257) General Commercial (ITE Use Code 820 p.1231) Intensity of UseSingle Family Detached trips/du Shopping Center 46,000 glsf ( trips/1000 glsf (58% pass-by reduction) Acreage55

16 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Plan Amendment Example - Martin County Table 3b: Peak Direction Traffic Assignment for Proposed Land Use LINK NUMBER EXIT/ENTER (%) PEAK DIRECTION (%) ROADWAY SPLIT (%) TRAFFIC ASSIGN. (%) Traffic Assign. (trips) / / / / / /

17 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Plan Amendment Example - Martin County Table 3b: Peak Direction Traffic Assignment for Proposed Land Use LINK NUMBER EXIT/ENTER (%) PEAK DIRECTION (%) ROADWAY SPLIT (%) TRAFFIC ASSIGN. (%) Traffic Assign. (trips) / / /

18 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Plan Amendment Example - Martin County Table 8: Summary of Level-of-Service LINK NUMBER EXISTING LOS NO-BUILD LOS EXISTING LAND USE LOS PROPOSED LAND USE LOS POLICY THRESHOLD LOS 38BBBBD 39BBBCD 40BBBCD 41BBBBD 144BBBCD 145CCCCD 146BBBBD 147CCCCD

19 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Significance and Adversity No significance test as in DRIs Identify and mitigate for adverse segments Programmed improvements for short- term Planned improvements for long- term Example of how mitigation could be calculated without significance test New gary slide

20 GROWTH MANAGEMENT The CUTR Report Status ?????? Final review and approval 2007??

21 GROWTH MANAGEMENT From the Draft CUTR Report Impact area defined as each roadway segment included in CMS where project trips are: –equal or greater than 3% of the LOS C max service volume of the segment, up to a distance of 5-miles At densities and intensities identified on Future Land Use Map (FLUM) Short-term analysis (5 years) and Long-term analysis (at least 10 years)

22 GROWTH MANAGEMENT Cumulative Analyses Three or more FLUM amendments submitted during the same cycle affecting similar transportation links (DRAFT) Trip generation (calibrated to ITE rates) provided for all amendments Plots of traffic distribution Background growth with project traffic added


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