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Navigating map 21

Navigating MAP-21

Walter Brooks

Executive Director

Regional Planning Commission

November 2, 2012

Moving ahead for progress in the 21 st century act map 21

Moving Ahead for Progressin the 21st. Century ActMap-21

  • (October 1, 2012 thru December 31, 2014)

U s dot priorities

U.S. DOT Priorities


  • Identifies National Goals (23 USC 150 (b))

    • Safety

    • Infrastructure Conditions

    • Congestion Reduction

    • System Reliability

    • Freight Movement and Economic Vitality

    • Environmental Sustainability

    • Reduced Project Delivery Delays

Metropolitan transportation planning

Metropolitan Transportation Planning

Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) ((23 U.S.C. 134(i)(2)(A)(i))

  • “Shall include identification of transportation facilities (including major roadways, transit, multimodal and intermodal facilities, nonmotorized transportation facilities, and intermodal connectors) that should function as an integrated metropolitan transportation system, giving emphasis to those facilities that serve important national and regional transportation functions.”

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  • Performance – Based Federal Program

  • Emphasis on Multimodal Investments (Retain “Flexing” Provision)

  • Corridor Planning with Environmental Linkages

Roles responsibilities

Roles & Responsibilities

  • US DOT Establishes Performance Standards and Measures (13 hwy. and 2 transit areas)

  • State DOT’s and MPO’s set Measurable Targets for each Performance Measure

  • Conduct Sound Multimodal Planning Process

  • Develop Plans and Programs and Select Projects to Demonstrate Target Acheivement

  • US DOT to Track State and MPO Progress in Achieving Performance Targets (7/6/17)

Rpc as the metropolitan planning organization

RPC as the Metropolitan Planning Organization

Long Range

Transportation Plan (MTP)

Short Range

Transportation Pan (TIP)

Transportation investments

  • Average Annual Investments

  • 1999 – Current $239M/year

    • 2040 Plan

      • System Preservation42%

      • Safety & Operations27%

      • Bike/Ped10%

      • New Capacity21%

      • Transit

      • Discretionary $Competitive Pot

      • New Starts50% Local Share

      • Operating CostTMAs 100% Local

      • Small Urbans 50/50%

      • Inter-City RailFRA (not FTA)

Transportation Investments

Transportation investments fy 09

Transportation Investments – FY-09

Transportation investments fy 10

Transportation Investments – FY-10

Total Investments $203M - 87 Projects

How we make decisions

RPC Transportation Policy Committee

How We Make Decisions

RPC Staff

  • Advisory Councils

  • Complete Streets Advisory Council

  • Transit Advisory Council

  • Freight Advisory Council

  • Regional Livability Advisory Council

  • Technical Advisory Committee

  • Parish & Planning Directors

  • Parish Department of Public Works

  • Parish & City Chief Administrative Officers

  • Local Transit Operators

  • Louisiana DOTD

  • New Orleans Public Belt Railroad

  • Port of New Orleans

  • LA Motor Transport Association

  • Louisiana Airport Authority

  • National Safety Council

  • Greater New Orleans Expressway Commission

  • Crescent City Connection Commission

  • U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

  • Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

  • Federal Transit Administration (FTA)

RPC Staff

The General Public

Rpc s pedestrian and bicycle program has trained

RPC’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Program Has Trained

250+Engineers and Planners

40+ Police in 8 Jurisdictions

Rpc s pedestrian and bicycle program effectiveness

RPC’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Program Effectiveness

Bicycle fatalities are27%

Pedestrian fatalities 15%

Making livable communities happen

The Magazine Street Example

Making Livable Communities Happen

Andrew higgins drive

Andrew Higgins Drive

Magazine street

Magazine Street

Andrew higgins drive1

Andrew Higgins Drive

Wisner blvd and trail

Wisner Blvd. and Trail

Harrison avenue

Harrison Avenue

Harrison Avenue

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Harrison Ave – Land Use and Transportation Success

  • Road overlay & ADA access improvements through Submerged Roads Program

  • String of commercial enterprises reopened, led by banks and followed by restaurants including Reginelli's, Lakeview Deli, the Steak Knife, Lakeview Harbor and Mondo (Susan Spicer)

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Fat City: Strategic Plan Vision

  • Enhancement of existing development patterns

  • Vibrant, mixed-use neighborhood with a stable residential base

  • Pedestrian-oriented core centered on 18th Street

    • Compatible transitions between the mixed-use core, residential areas, and heavier commercial areas at the periphery

Pedestrian core at 18 th st

Pedestrian Core at 18th St.

Walkable mixed-use

18th Street as ‘Main Street’ of Fat City

Upper floor: mix of office, lodging, and residences

Street level: restaurants, specialty retail, and entertainment uses

65’ height max

Tulane avenue


Leake avenue

Leake Avenue

Sustainable streets

Sustainable Streets

Phase i i 10 east beautification

Phase I – I-10 East Beautification

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French Quarter Streets Project

  • Under construction

  • Overlay 8 streets

  • Installation of ADA compliant ramps

  • Sidewalk replacement-in-kind where needed

  • Improved signage and striping for pedestrians and bicyclists

  • Construction cost: $13.5M

  • Work complete before Super Bowl

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Ada Access Improvements

  • 5000+ ADA ramps installed through Submerged Roads

  • New Orleans CBD improvements on high volume ped/transit routes

  • Jefferson Parish ADA Transition Plan to identify barriers to accessibility and create a schedule for making improvements

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Bike and pedestrian

  • Awarded Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community by League of American Bicyclists

  • Lane striping coordinated with Bike Master Plan

  • Bike-on-bus Coordination

  • Complete Streets policy

  • Training Workshops

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Magnolia Bridge

  • 150+ yrs old & pedestrian only

  • Address civil & structural needs in addition to architectural rehabilitation

  • Aligns with CNO priorities of public safety, sustainable communities, and promoting family recreation areas

  • $1.1M cost

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West End Master Plan

  • RPC initiated a market analysis and feasibility study based on community vision

  • Army Corps of Engineers announced its intentions to locate a permanent pump station in the West End vicinity

  • 1st Public Meeting held Jan 2012, 2nd Public Meeting held July

Thank you

Thank you

Walter R. Brooks, Executive Director

Regional Planning Commission

November 2, 2012

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