Presentation on theme: "Leveraging Transportation Impact Fees to Build Art in Transit Shelters Cyndi Raskin-Schmitt Manager of Communications Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority."— Presentation transcript:
Leveraging Transportation Impact Fees to Build Art in Transit Shelters Cyndi Raskin-Schmitt Manager of Communications Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority APTA Marketing & Communications Workshop 2014 #APTA marketing2014
Art in Transit Bus Shelters 3 Minneapolis, MN Orlando, FL Scottsdale, AZ Ventura, CA
Transportation Impact Fees Developers pay Transportation Impact Fees to cities as part of permitting fees In lieu of all or part of the fee, Pinellas County ordinance allows a transportation improvement project that will add capacity to the surrounding system, or to increase mobility and reduce the dependence on automobile travel 4
Bus Shelter Art Projects PSTA partners with cities to use TIF toward construction of bus shelters and associated amenities (bench, bike rack, trash can, lighting, etc.) $50,000 budget (slab provided, artist team responsible for all other costs including design, plans, engineering, production, transport, installation, permits, etc.) Local arts council coordinates call to artists 5
Call to Artists Statement of Interest Artist’s Resume References Portfolio Photos Design selection team representing PSTA, city, arts council, and developer o $1200 honorarium each for top three finalist to build models to present 6
Artist Selection Evaluated entries, narrowed to three Invited finalists to present their concept including construction plan and cost Select winner and award contract Construction complete within 6 to 9 months (depending on site) 7
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