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City of Tampa Transportation Concurrency Exception Area Update Tampa Bay Applications Group August 21, 2008.

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1 City of Tampa Transportation Concurrency Exception Area Update Tampa Bay Applications Group August 21, 2008

2 Presentation Overview Background & TCEA Update Objectives Background & TCEA Update Objectives Data & Analysis Data & Analysis Policy Approach Policy Approach

3 Background & Objectives Concurrency Concurrency Concurrency Exception Areas Concurrency Exception Areas –Rationale –Risks/Issues Tampas TCEA (1998 – 2008) Tampas TCEA (1998 – 2008) TCEA Update Objectives TCEA Update Objectives

4 Concurrency - Definition Adequate public facilities must be in place at the time development impacts occur. Adequate public facilities must be in place at the time development impacts occur. –LOS Standards Adopted by local government (except SIS/TRIP)

5 Concurrency - Definition Adequate public facilities must be in place at the time development impacts occur. Adequate public facilities must be in place at the time development impacts occur. –Oh Brother! 3 years – old school concurrency 3 years – old school concurrency 5 years – proportionate fair share 5 years – proportionate fair share 10 or even 15 years – long term CMS 10 or even 15 years – long term CMS Never – improvements which significantly benefit the impacted transportation system Never – improvements which significantly benefit the impacted transportation system

6 Seems Reasonable… Except: Seems Reasonable… Except: –Roads arent sewers Quality of Life Health, Safety, & Welfare

7 Transportation Concurrency Exception Area Another way to say it: Another way to say it: –Countervailing planning and public policy goals may come into conflict with the requirement that adequate public [transportation] facilities and services be available concurrent with the impacts of development.

8 Whats a Countervailing Goal? New Development Revenue Capital and Operating

9 Countervailing Goals… Operations Constrained Roads Constrained Roads –Cost –Livability Create Multimodal Habitat Create Multimodal Habitat Apply Latent Infrastructure Apply Latent Infrastructure –Utilities –Schools –Parks Preserve Greenspace/Sustainability Preserve Greenspace/Sustainability

10 Concerns/Risks Impact to SIS/Regional Transportation System and Economy Impact to SIS/Regional Transportation System and Economy –Dynamic equilibrium or Malthusian dilemma? –In the valley… Density Time Roadway Network Carrying Capacity Transit/Multimodal Supportive Density

11 Concerns/Risks Development not paying fair share Development not paying fair share Development getting out of hand Development getting out of hand

12 Tampa TCEA Evolution of Areawide DRIs & 1985 Comprehensive Plan (Tiered LOS) Evolution of Areawide DRIs & 1985 Comprehensive Plan (Tiered LOS) Concern over FIHS Facilities Concern over FIHS Facilities Pay (Impact Fee) and Go! Pay (Impact Fee) and Go! Endeavor to Persevere! Endeavor to Persevere! –Encourage, promote, etc…

13 Tampa TCEA Criticisms Criticisms –Impact to low density neighborhoods –Does not do enough to focus growth –Lack or clear mass transit plan –Gandy Boulevard…

14 TCEA Update Objectives Provide Mechanisms to Focus Growth Provide Mechanisms to Focus Growth Statutory Requirements Statutory Requirements –Justify size and area –Document multimodal mobility options –Document SIS impacts/mitigation strategies –Develop policy linkage between urban form, mobility plan, and concurrency exemptions

15 Data and Analysis –Justify size and area –Document multimodal mobility options –Document SIS impacts/mitigation strategies

16 Size and Area Florida Administrative Code 9J Florida Administrative Code 9J –Less Than 10% Vacant Land –At Least 5 Dwelling Units / Gross Residentially Developed Acre Compared to Hillsborough Urban Services Boundary (2000 TBRPM Z Data) Compared to Hillsborough Urban Services Boundary (2000 TBRPM Z Data) –15% of Acreage –33% of Dwelling Units –50% of Employment

17 SIS Impacts SIS Demand Select Zone Assignment SIS Demand Select Zone Assignment –40% E : E (Trips Pass Through TCEA) –49% E : I (One Trip-End in TCEA) –11% I : I (Both Trip-Ends in TCEA) Plan to Mitigate Plan to Mitigate –Make Surface Street Traffic Ops and Capacity Improvements (where cost feasible) –Concentrate new development within existing business centers or along Primary transit corridors –Encourage Development Within Urban Services Boundary

18 Overall Roadway Conditions

19 Mobility Options/Needs No Specific Guidance for TCEAs No Specific Guidance for TCEAs Used Multimodal Transportation District (MMTD) Measures Used Multimodal Transportation District (MMTD) Measures –Appropriate Scale of Development –Complementary Mix of Uses –Land Uses Promoting Multimodal Usage –Acceptable Separation of Land Uses –Appropriate Density and Intensity of Use –Appropriate Organization of Land Uses –Regional Intermodal Connectivity –Interconnected Multimodal Network –Acceptable Level of Service for Each Mode –Acceptable Areawide Quality of Service for Each Mode

20 Organization of Land Uses (With Respect to Transit) 85 % of Dwelling Units & 91% of Employees Served by Transit 85 % of Dwelling Units & 91% of Employees Served by Transit

21 Interconnected Network Average of 100 Blocks/Square Mile Average of 100 Blocks/Square Mile 50 Blocks/Mile is Adequate 50 Blocks/Mile is Adequate River & Interstates Are Main Connectivity Breaks River & Interstates Are Main Connectivity Breaks

22 Areawide Q/LOS Level of Service x Population Served Level of Service x Population Served For Transit Acceptable Q/LOS is: For Transit Acceptable Q/LOS is: –LOS C for 70% of Jobs and Population For Current Transit Service & Year 2000 Z- Data LOS C Service Applies to: For Current Transit Service & Year 2000 Z- Data LOS C Service Applies to: –37% of Employees –17% of Dwelling Units

23 Needs: HART Transit Emphasis Corridor Plan (or Similar Investment) HART Transit Emphasis Corridor Plan (or Similar Investment) $125 - $200m over 20 years $125 - $200m over 20 years $ $4000 per new Unit of Development $ $4000 per new Unit of Development

24 Policy Approach Comprehensive Plan Policies Enable Variation in Sub-Area Review and Mitigation Procedures Comprehensive Plan Policies Enable Variation in Sub-Area Review and Mitigation Procedures Sub-Area Policies Consider: Sub-Area Policies Consider: –Magnitude of Project Impacts –Planned Mass Transit System –Urban Form Standards Procedural Details to be Established in Land Development Code Procedural Details to be Established in Land Development Code

25 Downtown Revitalization Downtown Revitalization –Downtown & Channel District CRAs –Downtown Areawide DRI

26 Downtown Revitalization Downtown Revitalization Urban Redevelopment Urban Redevelopment –Westshore DRI –TIA –Drew Park CRA –USF –Heights, Central Park, Ybor CRAs –Port Authority

27 Downtown Revitalization Downtown Revitalization Urban Redevelopment Urban Redevelopment Mixed-Use Corridor Villages Mixed-Use Corridor Villages –Major Commercial Corridors –Concurrency Exemption Dependent on Cost Affordable Transit Plan

28 Downtown Revitalization Downtown Revitalization Urban Redevelopment Urban Redevelopment Urban Infill Urban Infill –Remainder South of Fletcher

29 All Development Required to: All Development Required to: –Be Consistent with Comprehensive Plan –Mitigate Site Traffic Impacts –Pay Standard Assessment (i.e. Impact Fee) Review and Mitigation Framework Infill Area Downtown Core Outside TCEA Redev. Area Roadway Mitigation Requirements Mixed-Use Corridor

30 Exempt from Roadway Mitigation if; Exempt from Roadway Mitigation if; –Consistent with Urban Form/Code 1 Infill Area Downtown Core Outside TCEA Redev. Area Roadway Mitigation Requirements Mixed-Use Corridor 1

31 Exempt from Roadway Mitigation if; Exempt from Roadway Mitigation if; –Consistent with Urban Form/Code –Served by Planned Mass Transit Infrastructure –Large Project Site Impacts (Potentially Extending to Adjacent Signals) are Addressed 2 Infill Area Downtown Core Outside TCEA Redev. Area Roadway Mitigation Requirements Mixed-Use Corridor 2

32 Exempt from Roadway Mitigation if; Exempt from Roadway Mitigation if; –Consistent with Urban Form/Code –Served by Planned Mass Transit Infrastructure –Large Project Site Impacts (Potentially Extending to Adjacent Signals) are Addressed –Neighborhood Traffic Impacts Mitigated 3 Infill Area Downtown Core Outside TCEA Redev. Area Roadway Mitigation Requirements Mixed-Use Corridor 3

33 Exempt from Roadway Mitigation if Exempt from Roadway Mitigation if –Roadway System Impacts are De Minimus –Moderate and Large Projects Must Offset Impacts: Construct Improvements Construct Improvements Proportionate Fair Share and/or Proportionate Fair Share and/or Neighborhood Traffic Management Neighborhood Traffic Management 4 Infill Area Downtown Core Outside TCEA Redev. Area Roadway Mitigation Requirements Mixed-Use Corridor 4

34 5 Not Exempt from Concurrency; Not Exempt from Concurrency; –However, Most Development Vested by Prior Dev Orders –Any New Development Agreements Should Restore Cost Affordable LOS Standard Restore Cost Affordable LOS Standard Prop Share at Citys Discretion Prop Share at Citys Discretion 5 Infill Area Downtown Core Outside TCEA Redev. Area Roadway Mitigation Requirements Mixed-Use Corridor

35 Land Development Code Concepts: Mass Transit Service Area Mass Transit Service Area Alternative LOS Measures Alternative LOS Measures –Cut-line or sub-area system performance –Duration of Congestion Neighborhood Mitigation Neighborhood Mitigation –Traffic Calming –Bike & Pedestrian Facilities Implement TOD/TND Form-Based Code Implement TOD/TND Form-Based Code

36 Infrastructure Planning: Update Transportation Impact Fee Update Transportation Impact Fee Identify Roadway/Intersection Improvements Identify Roadway/Intersection Improvements –Impact Fee Project List –Remaining Projects Eligible for PFS Coordinate w/ HART for Primary Transit Corridor network Coordinate w/ HART for Primary Transit Corridor network

37 Contact: Jean Dorzback, P.E. Transportation Planning Chief City of Tampa, Transportation Division Demian Miller, AICP Sr. Project Manager Tindale Oliver & Assoc. Inc


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