Presentation on theme: "Ormond Beach Mobility Strategy and Fee Transportation Workshop League of Women Voters March 23, 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Ormond Beach Mobility Strategy and Fee Transportation Workshop League of Women Voters March 23, 2013
History OB pursuit of multimodal corridors dates back to 2008 EAR. OB authorized pursuant to SB 360 and designated as a DULA in 2009. Approved by DCA as part of a SSA and RA to the EAR based amendments in 2010. Multimodal strategy and mobility fee became effective January 18, 2011.
Strategies Goals Roadway Capacity Roadway Efficiencies VMT Reduction Land Use ROW PreservationX X Access MgtX Multimodal corridor X X X CSDX X FBC/Transit Design X X ConcurrencyX Sidewalks & Trails X X X TDMX Goal promotion by strategy
Core mobility objectives Establish sidewalk LOSS to ensure 75% of the road corridor’s area population within a ¼ mile has sidewalk accessibility (connectivity). Increase densities (15 u/a) and intensities (FAR 1.0) to support 25 employees/acre along the three roadway corridors (land use). Adopt a Form Based Code for downtown and CRA Plans that require (re) development to adhere to Transit Design Guidelines along US1, SR 40, and A1A (form).
Benchmarks for success Strategies critical to successful development of the entire multimodal transportation system: Develop evaluation standards for modes – ↓ VMT, Transit Usage, Employees/acre, sidewalk LOS coverage Annual Mobility report card – How are we doing? Parking alternatives – Reduce, waive, share
Strategy contents Roadway, Transit, Land Use & Bike/Ped Vision Plans. Strategies for: ROW preservation, access management, funding, land use, CSD, TDM, intergovernmental coordination and connectivity. Revenue/Cost Projections & Mobility Fee. Support Attachments: 2010-25 LT Roadway Assessment, projected transportation & land use based development trips, Transit Usage/VMT reduction analyses & distribution study.
Multimodal corridors: Purpose and location Strategy foundation: enhance transit, improve connectivity and better form/land use. Three multimodal corridors (TCEA) established along SR40, US 1, and A1A. Multimodal corridors (TCEA) has 2 or more of these components: core transit routes, constrained ROW and redevelopment potential. Concurrency applies outside of the City’s three multimodal corridors.
Estimated modal needs $1,135,000 for transit improvements. $1,080,000 to ensure sidewalk/trail connectivity. $300,000 dollars for road improvements.
Funding strategies Develop a mobility fee Establish cross jurisdictional multimodal CRAs on US 1 and A1A. Use TIF to support transit operations and multimodal improvements. Long term implement a multimodal component in VC TIS guidelines and a mobility fee applicable to DULAs in the County Road Impact fee - phasing out local mobility fee.
Mobility fee design Three sub-components: Road, Transit and Non- motorized (based on Person Trips (PT)). City Road Impact fee assessed (outside) and Mobility fee assessed (inside) the corridors. Mobility fee does not replace VC Road impact fee in designated multi-modal corridors. Designed to encourage redevelopment and infill development which furthers intelligent city (aka smart growth) initiatives.
Mobility fee Modal Component Cost per Person Trip Mode Allocation Roads$1.7611% Transit$8.0050% Non-Motorized$6.2439% Total$16.00100% Mobility fee:
Questions and Answers Ormond Beach Multimodal Strategy located @: http://www.ormondbeach.org/DocumentCenter/Home/View/577