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Our Mission ... to assist Indiana communities in making informed, integrated natural resource and economic development decisions. . Local Decision Maker: 21 st Century Planning. Outline. Background Overview of LDM Transferability Next Steps. Background.

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local decision maker 21 st century planning

Our Mission ...

to assist Indiana communities in making informed, integrated natural resource and economic development decisions.

Local Decision Maker: 21st Century Planning

outline
Outline
  • Background
  • Overview of LDM
  • Transferability
  • Next Steps
background
Background
  • Current planning and unintended consequences:
    • Natural resources/environment.
    • Urbanization – costs greater than revenues.
  • 2003 Workgroup (ABE, FNR, AgEcon):
    • Comprehensive approach.
    • On-line.
    • GIS component.
  • C4E Seed Grant – LDM
ldm foundation
LDM Foundation

Others

Ag. Econ.

Ext.

AgIT

FNR

ABE

objectives
Objectives
  • Improve the development and implementation of comprehensive planning (Outcomes).
  • Integrate university’s research and outreach into plan development.
  • Incorporate GIS into this planning process.
  • Employ a 3-5 click framework.
demonstration
Demonstration

http://purdue.edu/ldm

inventory analysis
Inventory & Analysis

Inventory in one location (value-added)

slide14

Open space

Value-added analysis

slide15

Customized Map

Imperviousness

Streams

Aerial photos

Imported subwatershed

economic development
Economic Development
  • Many comprehensive plans include economic development
  • LDM provides tools for benchmarking
  • Snapshot of GIS-based local & regional economic data
  • An opportunity to study economies at a regional scale
transportation mobility
Transportation & Mobility
  • NTAD- National Transportation Atlas Database
  • FAF2 .2- Freight Analysis Framework Database, FHWA
  • HPMS- Highway Performance Monitoring System
  • BTS- Bureau of Transportation Statistics
slide20

Using spatial filter

Transportation and Mobility

Zip codes with employment >=10,000

rails to trails
Rails to Trails
  • 82 counties in Indiana have certain length of abandoned railroads
  • ¼ mile buffer
  • 36% museums, 33% libraries, 43% county courthouses, & 22% schools
  • Linkages to existing trails
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Aviation Infrastructure

  • 650 airports in Indiana
  • 65.4% between 0 and 5 miles of CBD
  • 15% between 0 and 1.5 miles
  • Public & private use, sea plane, heliports, STOLports
impacts
Impacts
  • A private consultant: “…I am conducting a Brown-Bag for our local office in Indianapolis regarding the tool in a few weeks. This is really an outstanding resource for planners….”
  • County planning director: “…As planning director for a rural county in Indiana, I can attest to the importance of having access to a tool such as this program to easily access important information related to our community.  Without this tool our community would most likely be required to spend several thousand dollars in order to obtain similar information through the use of a consultant….”
transferability
Transferability
  • Program is easily transferable to other states, regions, and nations.
  • Concept can be customized to fit economic regions (e.g., manufacturing).
  • Concept supports integration of data and analyses directly from agencies.
  • Our integration of Phase 1 (Inventory/Analysis) and the map service is well underway.
  • Other parts of the decision system planned over the next 2 to 3 years.
  • Regional/National LDM
next steps
Next Steps
  • Completion of Phase 1 (Inventory/Analysis).
  • Progress on phases 2-4 over the next 2 to 3 years.
  • Regional/National LDM.
  • Spinoffs using the underlying concept and framework.
questions answers
Questions & Answers

Sponsors

Center for the

Environment

Purdue Center for

Regional Development

Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant

College Program

Purdue Extension

Partnering for Land Use

Sustainability

Thank You!

  • Richard L. Farnsworth, Associate Professor, Forestry & Natural Resources, Purdue University, rlfarnsw@purdue.edu
  • Christine Nolan, Senior Associate, Purdue Center for Regional Development, Purdue University, cenolan@purdue.edu
  • Indraneel Kumar, AICP, Regional Planner: GIS and Spatial Analyst, Purdue Center for Regional Development, Purdue University, ikumar@purdue.edu