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Alachua County Mobility Plan. Southwest District Transportation Improvement Agreement. Jonathan B . Paul, AICP, MA 2 Jeffery L . Hays. OVERVIEW. Investment in Transportation Mobility Encourage Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Promotes Fiscal & Environmental Sustainability

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Alachua CountyMobility Plan

Southwest District

Transportation Improvement Agreement

Jonathan B. Paul, AICP, MA2

Jeffery L. Hays

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OVERVIEW

  • Investment in Transportation Mobility
  • Encourage Transit Oriented Development (TOD)
  • Promotes Fiscal & Environmental Sustainability
  • Incentive for economic development & job creation
  • Creates a Public / Private Partnership
  • Not a new tax, fee or developer giveaway
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BOCC DIRECTION

On May 10th, 2011, the BOCC Directed staff to negotiatea Agreement with Celebration Pointe Partners, LLC to address construction of transportation capacity projects and funding of transit operations in the Southwest Transportation Improvement District (TID).

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BOCC DIRECTION

On July 12th, the BOCC Directed staff to continue development of the Southwest District Transportation Improvement Agreement where the County pledges non-ad valorem revenues to partially fund multi-modal transportation within the District.

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WHERE WE ARE

Staff has been cooperatively working with the Celebration Pointe team and we have a draft Agreement that that spells out the Developers and County's obligations.

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DEVELOPER OBLIGATIONS

  • Build Transit Oriented Development
  • Pay Multi-Modal Transportation Mitigation (MMTM)
  • Partially fund transit - $3 Million over 15 years
  • Plan, Design and Construct the following:
  • SW 30th Avenue Multi-Modal Overpass
  • Archer Braid Trail – Veterans Kanapaha Park to I-75
  • Dedicated Transit Lanes from Archer Road to SW 30th
  • SW 45th / 47th Street from Archer Road to SW 30th
  • Archer Road Corridor Management Improvements
  • Park & Ride Facility

Developer reimbursed for expenditures above MMTM

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COUNTY OBLIGATIONS

  • Establish Southwest TID Fund
  • Pledge Non-Ad Valorem Revenue to Fund TID
  • Create MMTM Account & Pledge MMTM revenue
  • Fund Transit Service
  • Reimburse Developer beyond MMTM obligation from:
  • Southwest TID Fund
  • MMTM Account
  • Purchase 4 Transit Vehicles
  • Pay share of Maintenance Facility
  • Assist with Right-of-Way & Permits
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TRANSIT SERVICE

  • Provided in 4 phases
  • Frequency increases as density & intensity increase
  • Thresholds linked to number of units
  • Phase 1: (500 units) 15 min headways during peak hours
  • Phase 2: (650 units) 20 min peak hour & 40 min off-peak
  • Phase 3: (1,500 units) 15 min peak hour & 30 min off-peak
  • Phase 4: (2,200 units) 10 min peak hour & 20 min off-peak
  • Thresholds for Phase 3 & 4 reduced by non-residential
  • Funding of phases contingent upon TID revenue
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HOW IT WORKS – TID REVENUE

  • Agreement from 2012 to 2035
  • County pledges Non-Ad Valorem Revenues
  • Establish Base Year taxable values – 2012
  • Revenue based on increase in taxable value
  • 30% of increase between 2012 – 2025
  • 25% of increase between 2026 – 2035
  • Revenue based on % NOT fixed dollar amount
  • County obligation is capped at % above
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TID FUNDING ALLOCATION

  • 5% Reserve
  • 20% Transit Reserve
  • 75% for Infrastructure Initially

Phase 2 Transit Service Commences

  • up to 45% for Transit
  • Minimum of 50% for Infrastructure
  • Funding of transit based on availability of funds

Revenues based on development projections

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ITEMS REQUIRING ADDITIONAL DISCUSSION

  • SW 30th Avenue ROW – Butler Plaza Dedication
  • Archer Braid Trail ROW – GRU
  • Transit Circulator
  • Park and Ride
  • Annexation
  • MMTM & Future Commitment to Construct Projects
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PARK & RIDE

  • Developer builds, owns and maintains
  • County reimburses Developer for 200 – 300 spaces
  • Possible UF / Shands Agreement for up to 50% of spaces
  • Developer charge up to $2 per space for O&M
  • Developer responsible for all liability
  • Developer responsible for ensuring public access
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MMTM & FUTURE COMMITMENTS

  • Current ordinance address current day funding
  • Does not address future year commitments
  • MMTM schedule not locked in until Final Plans
  • Developer pays into fund, then reimbursed from fund
  • Staff will work with Developer(s) to evaluate MMTM policy
  • Will determine if amendments should be considered
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION

Direct Staff to prepare a final agreement reflective of the substantive issues discussed today for adoption at a future Board of County Commissioners meeting.