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Alachua County Mobility Plan. Transportation Improvement District Overview. Jonathan B . Paul, AICP, MA 2 Jeffery L . Hays. TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT. Tax Increment Finance Plan Use % of increase in new general tax revenue for mobility

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Alachua CountyMobility Plan

Transportation Improvement District Overview

Jonathan B. Paul, AICP, MA2

Jeffery L. Hays

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TRANSPORTATION

IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

  • Tax Increment Finance Plan
  • Use % of increase in new general tax revenue for mobility
  • Anchored by Transit Oriented Development
  • Consistent with Capital Improvements Element
  • Allows County or Developer to front-end infrastructure
  • Mechanism to fund rapid transit service
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WHAT IT IS NOT

  • Not a new tax or fee
  • Not a Community Redevelopment Area
  • Not a developer giveaway
  • Not a property tax break
  • Not for streetscape, lighting or decorative signs
  • Not permanent commitment
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WHY DO IT?

Investment in Transportation Mobility

Supports TODs as sustainable land use pattern

Opportunity to expand tax base

Potential to be a Public / Private Partnership

Incentive for economic development & job creation

Promote infill & redevelopment back towards Gainesville

Clear commitment to Mobility & Sustainability

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MOBILITY

Consistent with Capital Improvements Element

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PUBLIC / PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

Private

  • Build Transit Oriented Development
  • Front-End infrastructure
  • Pay Multi-Modal Transportation Mitigation (MMTM)
  • Partially fund transit

Public

  • Reimburse expenses beyond MMTM
  • Fund frequent transit service
  • Fund some transit capital
  • Pursue Federal & State funding for Rapid Transit Network
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WIN / WIN PROPOSAL

Private

  • Gets commitment that Mobility funded
  • Gets reimbursed for expenses beyond MMTM
  • Gets commitment that County does not change course

Public

  • Gets expanded tax base
  • Sales tax revenue
  • Jobs & Economic Development
  • Sustainable Land Use Pattern
  • New constituency that supports multi-modal mobility

Commitment via Developer Agreement

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HOW IS DISTRICT PLAN DEVELOPED?

  • 1st identify the district boundaries
  • 2nd establish a target horizon year
  • 3rd project development potential
  • 4th determine mobility needs and cost
  • 5th calculate future MMTM
  • 6th calculate new future general tax revenue
  • 7th identify the % of new general tax revenue for mobility
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INFILL & REDEVELOPMENT

Jonesville

Tioga

Oakmont

Urban

Cluster

Haile

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DISTRICT PLAN DETAILS

  • 2035 Horizon Year
  • Development Potential:
  • 2,250 dwelling units
  • 500 hotel rooms
  • 500,000 square feet of office
  • 500,000 square feet of retail
  • 500 Assisted Living Facility Units
  • Identify Mobility Projects (next slide)
  • Total Cost $34,650,000
  • Total MMTM & Developer Contribution: $15,500,000
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MOBILITY PROJECTS

  • SW 30th Avenue Multi-Modal Overpass
  • Archer Braid Trail – Veterans Kanapaha Park to I-75
  • Dedicated Transit Lanes from Archer Road to SW 30th
  • Archer Road Access Management
  • 4 Hybrid Buses
  • Share of Maintenance Facility
  • Share of structured park & ride
  • Share of funding frequent transit service
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DISTRICT PLAN DETAILS

  • Future General Tax Revenue Existing Land Use: $7,000,000
  • Future New General Tax Revenue per Plan: $72,000,000
  • 2012 – 2025 (30%) = $7,900,000
  • 2026 – 2035 (25%) = $11,400,000
  • Total County Contribution = $19,300,000
  • Net New General Tax Revenue to County = $52,700,000
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DIRECTION REQUESTED

  • Proceed with TID ordinance?
  • Proceed with Southwest Plan as presented by Staff?
  • Revise Southwest Plan Mobility projects?
  • 30% for the the 2012 – 2025 period?
  • 25% for the 2026 – 2035 period?
  • Bring in conjunction with Celebration Pointe DA?
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION

Develop

Transportation Improvement District Ordinance &

Southwest District Plan

for Adoption

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