Engaging Local Governments and Land Use Planners in Access Management - Kristine M Williams, University of South Florida, USA
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Access Management and Multimodal Integration - Gary H Sokolow
Keynote Address - Dr Grant G Schultz,
Access Management Committee Secretary
The Values We Used To Craft A Successful Review Process
Process should be consistent
Need to involve a multi-disciplinary management level team in each district
Communication between all parties is critical throughout the process
Florida DOT staff will use creativity and flexibility to resolve issues
Some Closing Thoughts
Look for solutions within your organization
We found a model process in one of our districts.
Traffic Operational Analyses (TOA)
A TOA will be required for all development projects that are expected to generate 200 or more vehicle trips per day and for which a Traffic Impact Study (TIS) was not completed.
A TOA will be required for any development project for which changes in land use are intended after the completion of a TIS or TOA, if enough additional vehicle trips are being generated beyond those accounted for in the TIS or TOA, as determined by the County Coordinator.
Why Outreach Matters
Allows you to
Get essential input
Get in front of the issues
Deal effectively with potential opponents
Create opportunities for
Define end game- outreach process objectives
Know your stakeholders!
Tailor the approach
Draft a Public Involvement Plan (PIP) before project start-up
- How much development can be realistically absorbed in this area?
- How will market area be sustained?
- What message will be crafted for key stakeholders?
Measures of Effectiveness
- Market Area (Sustainability)
- Natural Environment
Implementation and Integration
- Public Involvement/Information
- Access Controls
- Land Use Controls
- Formative Measures/Revisiting
Design Considerations of a Corridor Retrofit
Oregons Interchange Area Management Plans A 10-Year Retrospective
Kittleson and Associates
- A powerful planning tool
- Proactively addresses land use, access, and design issues
- Public process and development techniques need to be naturally transparent
- The IAMP can formally or informally be applied to all jurisdictions