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Bay Area Transportation and Land Use Planning

10 worst congestion locations in 2001
10 Worst Congestion Locations in 2001

Fastest growing bay area travel markets 2000 2020
Fastest-Growing Bay Area Travel Markets, 2000–2020

Total population growth percentage change 2000 2040
Total Population GrowthPercentage change 2000 – 2040

233% Increase

Regional daily trips by mode in 2025
Regional Daily Trips by Mode in 2025

Work and Non-Work Trips

How does the draft rtp purpose to spend the 87 4 billion
How Does the Draft RTP Purpose to Spend the $87.4 Billion

How much money will be available
How Much Money Will Be Available?

Total = $87.4 Billion

How does the draft rtp spend the 8 6 billion in track 1
How Does the Draft RTP Spend the $8.6 Billion in Track 1?

  • MTC/Regional Priorities ($3.6 billion)

    • Transit maintenance shortfalls $1.2 billion

    • Regional roads maintenance shortfalls $0.1 billion

    • Regional Transit Expansion Agreement $1.4 billion

    • MTC regional programs $0.9 billion

      • Transportation for Livable Communities

      • Housing Incentive Program (HIP)

      • TransLink® smart card

      • Freeway Service Patrol/call box network

      • TravInfo® (817-1717) traveler info system

Developing long range strategies resolution 3434
Developing Long-Range Strategies: Resolution 3434

Regional Transit Expansion Program

  • The cornerstone of the 2001 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is MTC Resolution 3434, the Regional Transit Expansion Program.

  • The $10.5 billion program will enable the Bay Area to speak with one voice in Washington to solicit funding for both rail and express/rapid bus transit projects.

  • Includes 9 new rail extensions, significant service expansions and a comprehensive regional bus program.

Resolution No. 3434

Resolution No. 3434

Resolution No. 3434

Resolution No. 3434

Regional Transit Expansion Program: Map of Projects

Resolution No. 3434

Resolution No. 3434

Service Characteristics

  • 140 new route miles of rail

  • 600 new route miles of express bus

  • 58% average increase in service levels for existing corridors

  • 38.6 million new riders per year (estimated for fully funded projects)

  • Average cost effectiveness of $20.35 per new rider (estimated for fully funded projects)

Resolution No. 3434

Funding a Game Plan for Regional Transit Expansion — MTC Resolution 3434

  • 19 projects including bus, rail, and terminal investments

  • > 11 fund sources working in concert to deliver projects

  • State and federal funds total $3.4 billion

  • Leveraging over $6.3 billion in local revenue sources

Metropolitan Transportation Commission’sTransportation Land Use InitiativesTLC, HIP and Smart Growth

Current mtc program transportation for livable communities tlc

Rendering of Coliseum BART station area revitalization project

Plans for Guadalupe River Park Trail in San Jose

Mixed-use Dublin Transit Center with high-density housing and retail

Current MTC Program:Transportation For Livable Communities (TLC)

  • TLC offers three kinds of funding assistance Planning Grants

    • Planning Grants

    • Capital Grants

    • Housing Incentive Program (HIP)

  • Projects funded to date

    • 49 planning projects at $1.7 million

    • 59 capital projects at $48.6 million

    • 31 HIP projects at $9 million

Tlc program overview
TLC Program Overview project

  • Grants for community based transportation projects (mixed-use, affordable housing)

  • Typical projects: pedestrian/transit-oriented streetscapes and developments (“transit villages”)

  • Encourage innovative thinking and community partnership

  • Grassroots projects encouraged

16th street bart community design plans san francisco
16th Street BART Community Design Plans, San Francisco project

Existing conditions of BART station, southwest plaza (left) and conceptual redesign (below)

Planning Grant: $25,000

Capital Grant: $1.7 million

Local Match: $260,000

Housing incentive program
Housing Incentive Program project

  • Focus on dense housing walkable to transit

  • New program, based on San Mateo model

  • Transportation funds awarded to local jurisdictions helping implement compact, transit-oriented housing

  • Grant funds = $9 million annually

  • Transportation funds for transportation projects consistent with TLC goals

Bay area regional smart growth
Bay Area Regional Smart Growth project

  • Sponsorship by 5 Bay Area regional agencies


      • Commitment of almost $ 1.5 million in cash

      • Participation by Board members

      • Staff time for planning, analysis and support

  • Also sponsored by Bay Area Alliance

    • Coalition of 45 community and business groups

    • Represent the 3 Es: Economy, Environment and Social Equity

  • Further support by local jurisdictions/agencies

  • Smart growth and livability
    Smart Growth and Livability project

    • Region expected to grow by 1 million people and 1 million jobs over next 20 years

    • Current trends result in

      • 265,000+ people commuting daily into the region

      • Worsening housing shortage and expense

      • Worsening congestion and air quality

      • Development of over 80,000 acres of greenspace

    Smart growth alternatives
    Smart Growth Alternatives project

    “Central Cities”

    • Focus development in the region’s biggest cities, and biggest city or cities in each county

      “Network of Neighborhoods”

    • Develop in biggest cities as above, but less dense, plus additional compact, mixed use development along transportation corridors

      “Smarter Suburbs”

    • Growth in locations above but at lower densities. Additional growth at the region’s edges, balancing jobs to housing and housing to jobs

    The alternatives in black and white

    Smart Growth Project Results project

    The Alternatives in Black and White

    These maps show in bold relief the impacts of the three smart growth alternatives — as well as the Current Trends Base Case — on urbanization in the Bay Area in the year 2020. They indicate primary areas of change in each alternative and the Base Case, including redevelopment of already developed areas (“infill”) and construction on currently undeveloped lands (“greenfields”).

    Development of action plan incentives and regulatory changes
    Development of Action Plan projectIncentives and Regulatory Changes

    Focus on regional, State, & Federal actions

    • Fiscal Reforms

      • Issues of property tax, sales tax, tax sharing

    • Financial Incentives

      • Possible funding of smart zones, joint school community facilities, prioritizing housing and transportation funding

    • Regulatory Changes

      • Consideration of CEQA modifications, construction defect legislation, livable wage