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The Value of Collaborative Planning in the Gateway Cities of Southeast Los Angeles County. California Planning Roundtable 2013 Retreat, Riverside, CA Presented by Nancy Pfeffer , Director of Regional Planning, Gateway Cities Council of Governments.

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The value of collaborative planning in the gateway cities of southeast los angeles county

The Value of Collaborative Planning in the Gateway Cities of Southeast Los Angeles County

California Planning Roundtable

2013 Retreat, Riverside, CA

Presented by Nancy Pfeffer, Director of Regional Planning, Gateway Cities Council of Governments


The value of collaborative planning in the gateway cities of southeast los angeles county

  • GATEWAY CITIES RANKING AMONG LARGEST CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES

  • (2010 CENSUS)

  • New York8,175,133

  • Los Angeles3,792,621

  • Chicago2,695,598

  • Houston2,100,263

  • Gateway Cities2,050,455

  • Philadelphia1,526,006

  • Phoenix1,445,632

  • San Antonio1,327,407

  • San Diego1,307,402

  • Dallas1,197,816

  • San Jose 945,942


Overview of gateway cities socioeconomic status

Overview of Gateway Cities Socioeconomic Status


Gateway cities cog mission

Gateway Cities COG Mission

  • Transportation

  • Air Quality

  • Housing & Demographics

  • Economic Development


Collaborative planning in the gateway cities some examples

Collaborative Planning in the Gateway Cities – Some Examples

  • Corridor Planning

    • I-605/SR-91/I-405

    • I-710

    • I-5

  • Sustainable Communities Strategy

  • Air Quality Action Plan

  • Strategic Transportation Plan

  • Homelessness Initiative


Summary of results of scs daily ghg reduction per capita in gateway cities

Summary of Resultsof SCSDaily GHG Reduction Per Capita in Gateway Cities

Percent below 16.64 lbs CO2e per person per day

2020

2035

Gateway Cities 2005 Benchmark

8%

4.22%

4.46%

13%

-15%

-5%

0%

Transportation

TDM Measures

0.04%

2.97%

0.04%

2.91%

Land Use

Regional Projects

7.07%

1.10%

-10%

8.51%

Interactive Effects

0.72%

15.02%


Ghg reductions from transportation measures submitted transportation project locations

GHG Reductions from Transportation Measures Submitted Transportation Project Locations


Cost and funding of local implementation 100 projects require funding between 2011 and 2035

Cost and Funding of Local Implementation 100 Projects Require Funding between 2011 and 2035

$400

$371 Million

$350

$300

$250

$200

$156 Million

$150

$100

$50

$0

Cost of Local Projects

Funding Need


Collaborative planning in the gateway cities some examples1

Collaborative Planning in the Gateway Cities – Some Examples

  • Air Quality Action Plan

    • Region-wide health risk assessment

    • Dramatic improvements projected in air quality and related exposure

  • Strategic Transportation Plan

    • $8+ million budget

    • Regional transportation model

    • Updated air quality analysis

    • Active transportation element

    • Technology application to goods movement

    • Support for project funding for all local cities


Benefits of the strategic transportation plan

Benefits of the Strategic Transportation Plan

  • “Facilitate regional coordination between stakeholders on transportation projects within the Gateway Cities

  • Reward collaboration within the goods movement industry and promote the use of cutting-edge technologies

  • Identify local goal and achieve consensus on transportation infrastructure investments that will directly benefit the subregion’s economic development”


The cog is

The COG is:

For Each Program/Project and Initiative

  • First: A Forum

  • Second: A Planner

  • Third: A Consensus Builder

  • Fourth: An Advocate


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