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Need for Multiple Strategies. $157 billion investment in 2035 RTP . Why Subregional Planning?. Local actions, regional benefits. Livable Centers, transit corridors Thoroughfare connectivity Smart Streets/access management Land use plans and policies Economic development incentives.

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need for multiple strategies
Need for Multiple Strategies

$157 billion investment in 2035 RTP

why subregional planning
Why Subregional Planning?

Local actions, regional benefits

  • Livable Centers, transit corridors
  • Thoroughfare connectivity
  • Smart Streets/access management
  • Land use plans and policies
  • Economic development incentives
benefits
Benefits
  • Reduced VMT and emissions
  • Cost efficiency
  • Improved access and safety
  • Enhanced quality of life
h gac role
H-GAC Role
  • Coordination
    • Integrating local plans
  • Strategies
    • Creating an implementation toolbox
  • Investments
    • Funding projects aligned with RTP goals
what do we need from our local partners
What do we need from our local partners?
  • Elected official and staff support
  • Matching fund commitment
  • Interlocal cooperation
  • Alignment of local plans and policies
    • Land use
    • Capital improvements
    • Economic development
    • Traffic management
    • Environmental stewardship
timetable
Timetable
  • 2008
    • Call for partners
    • Execute agreements
    • Initiate planning in first subregions
  • 2009
    • Complete and adopt plans
contact information
Contact Information

Jeff Taebel, AICP

Director, Community & Environmental Planning

713.993.4560

[email protected]

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