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  1. UTA & Salt Lake City Council Retreat

  2. UTA Network Study

  3. SLC Council Priorities • Transportation • Economic Health • Neighborhood Quality of Life • Education • Arts & Culture • Sustainability • Parks & Open Space

  4. Salt Lake City Transit Goals • Ease of Use • Affordability • Variety of Destinations • Availability • Immediacy • Route Reliability

  5. Easy to UseAnyone in Salt Lake City can get from Point A to Point B using only one transfer

  6. AffordabilityCost for service should be scaled to the length of each trip – or everyone should get a transit pass

  7. Variety of DestinationsEveryone should be able to get to two different routes near where they live or work

  8. AvailabilityHours of operation should mirror work & play

  9. ImmediacyMass transit service should be available every 10 minutes so people can presume service Trent Nelson | Tribune file photo

  10. Route ReliabilityRoutes should remain stable so residents and developers can make transit part of their long-term housing choice

  11. Salt Lake City Transit Goals • Ease of Use: Anyone in Salt Lake City can get from Point A to Point B using only one transfer • Affordability: Cost for service should be scaled to the length of each trip – or everyone should get a transit pass • Destinations: Everyone should be able to get to two transit routes within a quarter mile of where they live or work • Time of Day: Mass transit hours of operation should mirror the times people leave and return from work and play • Immediacy: Mass transit service should be available every 10 minutes so people can presume service • Route Reliability: Routes should remain stable so residents and developers can make transit part of their long-term housing choice

  12. Council Legislative Tools

  13. Zoning

  14. Financing

  15. Incentives

  16. Agreements

  17. Local Ordinances

  18. Transit Master Plan* * 12/3/2013 proposal • Measure Conditions • Involve Public • Set Goals • Identify Key Corridors • Develop Alternatives • Evaluate Alternatives • Identify Modes • Prioritize Amenities • Ease of Use: Anyone in Salt Lake City can get from Point A to Point B using only one transfer • Affordability: Cost for service should be scaled to the length of each trip – or everyone should get a transit pass • Destinations: Everyone should be able to get to two transit routes within a quarter mile of where they live or work • Time of Day: Mass transit hours of operation should mirror the times people leave and return from work and play • Immediacy: Mass transit service should be available every 10 minutes so people can presume service • Route Reliability: Routes should remain stable so residents and developers can make transit part of their long-term housing choice

  19. Thank you