logging in or signing up Direction 2040 LRTP Final Presentation memphismpo Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 134 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: February 27, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 1 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Direction 2040 : Long Range Transportation Plan for the Memphis Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Direction 2040Direction 2040: LRTP Overview Public Involvement Transportation Strategies Implementation Next Steps Direction 2040Direction 2040: Direction 2040 REGIONAL MULTI-MODAL LRTP Study Area +Planning Process : Planning Process 2009 – 2011 (LRTP) 32 Regional Public Meetings Feb. 2012 2010 - Current MATA: Short Range Transit Plan 2009 - Dec. 2011 Nov. 2011 Public Meetings Over 2,100 Surveys Completed 38 Regional Meetings & WorkshopsLRTP Overview: Purpose of the LRTP Federal Requirements “ 3-C” planning process Planning factors Air quality Congestion management Public input Fiscal constraint LRTP Overview 3-C SAFETEA-LUDirection 2040 Timeline: 2009 Feb 23 2012 Plan Adoption 38 Total Regional Meetings & Workshops Direction 2040 Timeline Land Use Plan Component: 32 Regional Public Meetings TPAC Created 6 Meetings: May-Oct 2011 Mar. 2011 May 2011 1 st Rd. Public Workshops Leadership Symposium June 2011 Oct. 2011 2 nd Rd. Public Workshops 30-Day Public & Federal Review Jan. – Feb. 2012 TPB approved Draft LRTP for 30-Day Review Dec. 15 2011 TPB approved Land Use Scenario Jul. 28 2011 TPB approved Vision, Goals, & Objectives Oct. 27 2011 Stakeholder Meetings Jul. 2011 Nov. 2011Public Involvement: Public InvolvementPublic Involvement: Public Involvement Methods for Public Outreach Website Fliers Posters Ads TV/Radio Survey Newsletter Press ReleasesPublic Involvement: Public Involvement Public Questionnaire Survey Response Locations English and Spanish Print and Online Over 300 CompletedPublic Involvement: Public Involvement Leadership Symposium Transportation Mobility Environment/ Greenprint Economic Vitality Regional Collaboration Guiding Principles Mobility Mapping Transportation PrioritiesTransportation Strategies: Transportation StrategiesTransportation Strategies: Direction 2040 provides multimodal transportation solutions that support sustainable growth , economic vitality , and livability , while maintaining the natural and urban environment Transportation StrategiesBicycle & Pedestrian: The “5 E’s” Engineering Education Encouragement Enforcement Evaluation/Planning Bicycle & PedestrianTransit: Potential High Capacity Transit Corridors Describes potential transit modes for various corridors TransitComplete Streets: Walkways, sidewalks and crosswalks Bikeways Access management Transit Complete StreetsFreight: High Priority Projects Intermodal Facilities Port and Airport Facilities Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) FreightRoadway Projects: Congestion Management Capital Projects Maintenance & Enhancement Project Ranking Congestion Relief Economic Opportunity Safety & Security Public Support Environmental Impacts Funding Consideration Roadway Projects Congestion Maintenance Capital ProjectsImplementation & Next Steps: Implementation & Next StepsLRTP Implementation: Project implementation TIP process Implementing agencies Funding match Project funding Projected Revenue Funding Categories Alternative Funding Sources LRTP Implementation Current Funding Projected FundingNext Steps: 2040 LRTP Performance Measures 2014-2017 TIP Transportation Studies Household Travel Survey Corridor studies Next Steps Safety Traffic Crash Fatalities by Vehicle Type Bicycle and Pedestrian Crash Fatalities Speed Limit Compliance on Freeways and Arterial Roads Maintain safe and reasonable levels of service for highway, rail, transit, trail, and aviation facilities Support projects that reduce crashes for motorized and non-motorized system users Support development of a system to track and monitor crash data and share with jurisdictions to help identify and prioritize solutions for problem areas Identify transportation projects to eliminate unsafe conditions Encourage plans and policies to increase safety Land Use Planning Demographic Trend 2045 LRTP  Potential Performance MeasuresIn Conclusion: In Conclusion Expertise Involvement Guidance = The Memphis MPO would like to Thank You! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.