Access Management in Tennessee

Abstract:

Marshall Elizer

Tanisha Hall
Tennessee DOT
 

Overview

  • Purpose of Tennessee’s Corridor Management Project
  • Project Overview & Process
  • The Selected Tool: Corridor Management Agreements (CMAs)
  • Reactions-to-Date & Next Steps

Remaining Challenges:

  • Explaining CMAs to key stakeholders
  • Getting CMAs approved
  • Implementing the CMAs
  • Establishing long-lasting partnerships and processes immune to local and state political changes
Slide List:
  1. Access Management in Tennessee
  2. Overview
  3. Project Purpose
  4. Project Leadership
  5. Local Stakeholders
  6. Other Invited Stakeholders
  7. Project Vision and Key Goals
  8. Project Objectives
  9. Why Coordinate
  10. Transportation and Land Use?
  11. Poor Coordination Creates…
  12. Benefits of Transportation and Land Use Coordination
  13. Our First Step –
  14. Selecting Pilot Corridors
  15. Pilot Corridor Local Agencies
  16. Pilot Corridors
  17. Next Step - A Symposium
  18. Symposium in Sept. 2010
  19. Project Website Created
  20. SR 109 Corridor - Workshop #1
  21. Government Stakeholders
  22. Selected Corridor Goals
  23. Selected Corridor Strategies
  24. Access Management
  25. Land Use Planning
  26. Roadway Design & Capacity
  27. Traffic Management
  28. & Operations
  29. SR 60 Corridor - Workshop #1
  30. Government Stakeholders
  31. Selected Corridor Goals
  32. Selected Corridor Strategies
  33. Access Management
  34. Land Use Planning
  35. Roadway Design & Capacity
  36. Corridor Workshop #2
  37. What is a Corridor
  38. Management Agreement (CMA)?
  39. Levels of CMAs
  40. Many Types of CMAs
  41. Key Components
  42. Key Sections of a CMA
  43. CMA’s CAN address many elements…
  44. Example: SR 109 Agreement
  45. SR 109 General Action Plan
  46. Agreement – Access       Management
  47. Specific Action Plan
  48. Agreement – Land Use
  49. Specific Action Plan
  50. Agreement – Roadway Design & Capacity
  51. Specific Action Plan
  52. Agreement – Traffic M & O
  53. Specific Action Plan
  54. Governance
  • Posted on: Fri, 08/30/2013 - 23:11
  • By: fbroen
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