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Update for VTrans2025 Technical Committee. April 12, 2006. Introduction. Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model Presentation Review: “Multimodal Transportation Districts: A Creative Planning Tool in Florida” presented by Jared Ulmer Renaissance Planning Group 04/07/06.

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introduction
Introduction
  • Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model
  • Presentation Review:

“Multimodal Transportation Districts: A Creative Planning Tool in Florida”

presented byJared Ulmer

Renaissance Planning Group

04/07/06

multimodal corridor maturity model
Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model
  • Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute developed the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)
  • A maturity model provides
    • a place to start
    • the benefit of a community’s prior experiences
    • a common language and a shared vision
    • a framework for prioritizing actions
    • a way to define improvement
  • A maturity model can be used as a benchmark for assessing different organizations for equivalent comparison

CMMI Overview presentation, http://www.sei.cmu.edu/cmmi/

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Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model

CMMI Overview presentation, http://www.sei.cmu.edu/cmmi/

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Potential

Maturity

Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model
  • Instead of software design capability of organizations, we focus on ability of statewide transportation corridors to provide robust and varied service
  • The Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model borrows from the CMMI framework, viewing each corridor in terms of its
    • Potential for multimodal investment
    • Existing multimodal maturity
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Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model
  • Metrics used to identify levels of multimodal maturity
    • Density (population, housing, jobs, attractions)
    • Accessibility to attractions by mode within time radius
    • Percent/amount of mixed use zoning
    • Mode split
    • Presence / Quality of intermodal facilities
    • Multimodal LOS
    • Accidents/injuries/fatalities by mode, normalized by person-mile traveled
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Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model
  • Density example
    • Census 2000 blockgroup density maps
    • Transit requires density

Gray, George. 1992. Systems and service planning in Gray & Hoel, eds. Public Transportation, 2nd edition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, pg. 369-406.

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Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model
  • Future steps
    • Define the maturity levels of the MCMM based on metrics
    • Integrate further data into our research
      • Accessibility
      • Investigate multimodal “LOS”
      • Intermodal facilities
      • Global Insight freight data
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Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model
  • Measuring accessibility
    • Number of opportunities (jobs, households, etc.) within a specific amount of time from a given location by automobile, transit, or some other mode of transportation
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Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model

provided by Wendy Klancher, MWCOG

multimodal transportation districts a creative planning tool in florida
“Multimodal Transportation Districts: A Creative Planning Tool in Florida”
  • 1999 Florida Growth Management Act authorizes local governments to establish multimodal transportation districts
    • Areas in which priority is placed on safe, comfortable, attractive pedestrian environments, with convenient interconnection to transit
    • Supports walking, bicycling and transit use
    • Enables advance of transportation concurrency
      • Transportation facilities be available concurrent with the impacts of development

Presented by Jared Ulmer, Renaissance Planning Group, 04/07/06

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“Multimodal Transportation Districts: A Creative Planning Tool in Florida”
  • Multimodal Transportation Districts
    • Density bonuses
    • Mixed-use zoning
    • Maximum block lengths
    • Access management; entrances to stores on minor, rather than major roads
    • On-site multimodal transportation infrastructure
    • Off-site shared parking
    • On-site parking behind rather than in front of buildings
    • Maximum front setbacks
    • Buildings oriented to the sidewalk
    • Ground floor transparency
    • Streetscaping and on-site amenities

Presented by Jared Ulmer, Renaissance Planning Group, 04/07/06

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“Multimodal Transportation Districts: A Creative Planning Tool in Florida”
  • Multimodal Level of Service
    • Bicycle LOS (BLOS), Sprinkle Consulting, Inc.
      • Presence of bike lane
      • Proximity to motorized vehicle
      • Motorized vehicle volume
      • Motorized vehicle speed
      • Percentage large trucks or heavy vehicles
      • Pavement condition
      • Percent on-street parking
    • Pedestrian LOS (PLOS) , Sprinkle Consulting, Inc.
      • Presence of a sidewalk
      • Lateral separation of pedestrian and motorized vehicles
      • Presence of physical barriers and buffers
      • Motorized vehicle volume
      • Motorized vehicle speed

Presented by Jared Ulmer, Renaissance Planning Group, 04/07/06

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“Multimodal Transportation Districts: A Creative Planning Tool in Florida”
  • Multimodal Level of Service
    • Transit LOS (TLOS)
      • Service frequency
      • Pedestrian LOS
      • Span of service
      • Pedestrian crossing difficulty
      • Obstacle to bus stop
    • Highway LOS (LOS)
  • FDOT’s primary planning software (ARTPLAN) calculates PLOS, BLOS, TLOS, and LOS simultaneously

Presented by Jared Ulmer, Renaissance Planning Group, 04/07/06

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“Multimodal Transportation Districts: A Creative Planning Tool in Florida”
  • Concepts of value
    • Multimodal Transportation Districts
      • http://www.citiesthatwork.com/Present/lewes_de/index.htm
      • http://www.nctr.usf.edu/pdf/527-07.pdf
    • Transportation concurrency
    • Multimodal LOS
      • http://www.dot.state.fl.us/Planning/systems/sm/los/pdfs/MMLOScm.pdf
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