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Goods Movement Land Use Study Update. MTC Planning Committee October 10, 2008. 100% = $213 Billion. Other 14%. Electrical Machinery, Equipment or Supplies 42%. Transport Equipment 4%. 100% = $579 Billion. Goods- Producing Sectors 37%. Service Sectors 63%.

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goods movement land use study update

Goods Movement Land Use Study Update

MTC Planning Committee

October 10, 2008

goods movement dependent industries are critical to the bay area economy

100% = $213 Billion

Other

14%

ElectricalMachinery,Equipmentor Supplies

42%

Transport Equipment

4%

100% = $579 Billion

Goods-ProducingSectors

37%

ServiceSectors

63%

Chemicals or Allied Products

5%

WholesaleTrade

15%

Food and Kindred Products

5%

Misc.Manufacturing

9%

Coal or Petroleum Products

6%

Goods Movement-Dependent Industries Are Critical to the Bay Area Economy
initial findings
Initial Findings
  • Central area land supply is declining while demand is increasing
    • 41 percent of existing industrial land along the central corridors is already planned for new uses
  • Shortages in industrial land result in outward dispersion of industrial activity
  • Compared two alternatives:
    • Existing industrial land remains
    • Current land use trends continue
impacts
Impacts
  • Trends scenario, compared to current land uses, results in:
    • Over 300,000 more truck miles traveled
    • 8,400 truck trips per day shifted, often to longer routes; 6,100 additional trucks on I-580
    • Increased emissions
    • Displacement of 87,000 jobs
    • Higher transportation costs
next steps
Next Steps
  • Complete the study, including a high-level analysis of the South Bay
  • Continue working with FOCUS to ensure goods movement issues are considered
  • Share information with CMAs and local jurisdictions
  • Explore best practices in industrial planning