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Agenda. Final Modal Assignments Prioritization Supporting Network Financial Analysis. Winter Park. SunRail. US 192. 22 Corridors. US 192. Silver Star Rd. Sanford. Innovation Way. US 17-92. US 17-92. SR 436. SR 436. US 441. US 441/17-92. US 441/17-92. SR 50. John Young Pkwy.

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agenda
Agenda
  • Final Modal Assignments
  • Prioritization
  • Supporting Network
  • Financial Analysis
slide3

Winter Park

SunRail

US 192

22 Corridors

US 192

Silver Star Rd

Sanford

Innovation Way

US 17-92

US 17-92

SR 436

SR 436

US 441

US 441/17-92

US 441/17-92

SR 50

John Young Pkwy

Orange Ave

Kirkman Rd

SR 528

SR 434

Aloma Ave

Maitland Blvd

High Speed Rail

Seminole Way

methodology overview
Methodology Overview

Step 1

Segment Identification

Step 1

Segment Identification

Step 2 Segment Potential

Step 2

Segment Potential

Step 3

Corridor Prioritization

Step 3

Corridor Prioritization

· Transit Demand

· Traffic Conditions

· Roadway Improvements

· Compatibility

· Population Density

· Employment Density

· Land Use

· Area Type

· User Market

· Accessibility

· Transit Orientation

· Activity Centers

· Average Trip Length · Existing Transit Ridership

· Right-of-Way Availability

2030 tod modal assignments
2030 TOD* Modal Assignments
  • Local Bus
  • Enhanced Express Bus
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Exclusive
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Mixed
  • Light Rail
  • Streetcar
  • SunRail
  • High Speed Rail

* Consistent with MetroPlan’s adopted alternative land use plan

prioritization
Prioritization

Methodology Overview

  • Mode prioritization by segment
  • Cost identification by segment
  • Cost vs. available revenue comparison
  • Identification of financially feasible service
  • Network compatibility adjustments
  • Policy adjustments
  • Network compatibility adjustments
  • Supporting network identification
mode prioritization by segment
Mode Prioritization by Segment

Linear Interpolation

Existing Conditions Score

2015 Score

2020 Score

2025 Score

2030 Conditions Score

  • Segment zz
  • Segment dd
  • Segment ee
  • Segment aa
  • Segment cc
  • Segment xx
  • Segment aa
  • Segment cc
  • Segment xx
  • Segment bb
  • Segment yy
  • Segment zz
  • Segment dd
  • Segment aa
  • Segment ff

Funding Cut-off

2015 tod modal assignments
2015 TOD Modal Assignments
  • Local Bus
  • Enhanced Express Bus
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Exclusive
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Mixed
  • Light Rail
  • Streetcar
  • SunRail
  • High Speed Rail
2020 tod modal assignments
2020 TOD Modal Assignments
  • Local Bus
  • Enhanced Express Bus
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Exclusive
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Mixed
  • Light Rail
  • Streetcar
  • SunRail
  • High Speed Rail
2025 tod modal assignments
2025 TOD Modal Assignments
  • Local Bus
  • Enhanced Express Bus
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Exclusive
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Mixed
  • Light Rail
  • Streetcar
  • SunRail
  • High Speed Rail
2030 tod modal assignments1
2030 TOD Modal Assignments
  • Local Bus
  • Enhanced Express Bus
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Exclusive
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Mixed
  • Light Rail
  • Streetcar
  • SunRail
  • High Speed Rail
slide12

LRTP Transit Cost Feasible Plan

I-Drive to Medical City/ Innovation Way LRT

US 441 to Apopka

US 17/92 north of Winter Park

Pine Hills Road

Medical City/Innovation Way to UCF BRT

lrtp and vision 2030 differences
LRTP and Vision 2030 Differences
  • Compilation of findings from different studies
  • Different corridor set
  • Varying age of data
  • Different methodologies
  • Policy decisions
  • Corridor versus network approach
supporting network
Supporting Network
  • Review of supporting local bus network
  • Improve frequencies of current routes
    • 30 minutes on most routes
    • 15 minutes on some routes
  • Addition of community connectors and flex-route circulators
supporting network1
Supporting Network
  • Community Connectors
    • Circulates on specific route
    • Makes frequent stops at bus stops
  • Flex-Route Circulators
    • Operates in a specified area
    • Circulates on a specific route but deviates within service area when requested
2030 community connectors and flex route circulators
2030 Community Connectors and Flex-Route Circulators

Sanford

Heathrow

Zellwood

Maitland

Colonial

Town

Winter

Garden

Goldenrod

Orlovista

Conway

John Young

Parkway S

  • Local Bus
  • Enhanced Express
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Exclusive
  • Bus Rapid Transit - Mixed
  • Light Rail
  • Streetcar
  • SunRail
  • High Speed Rail
  • Community Connector
  • Flex-Route Circulator

Orange

Ave S

Poinciana

financial analysis
Financial Analysis
  • Expanded LYNX short-range model
  • Developed cost and revenue growth rate assumptions
  • Evaluated future funding needs based on existing conditions
  • Analyzed impact of potential supplemental revenue sources
near term recommendations
Near-Term Recommendations
  • Work with MetroPlan to ensure LYNX Vision 2030 is incorporated into 2040 LRTP update
  • Meet with local jurisdictions and MetroPlan Land Use Subcommittee to discuss how localities can make adopted LRTP land use plan a reality
  • Need to ensure changes do not create disproportionate adverse impacts to under-represented individuals
near term recommendations1
Near-Term Recommendations
  • Explore options for dedicated/supplementary funding for transit
  • Develop and implement bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly land use policies
  • Continue coordination and discussions with stakeholders (i.e., Disney, OIA, UCF, etc.)
mid term recommendations
Mid-Term Recommendations
  • Update the plan on a regular basis
  • Identify additional corridors for inclusion in next update
  • Work with counties and municipalities to develop transit-supportive growth plans
    • Develop transit-supportive corridor plans
  • Undertake individual corridor studies to identify better termini, operational improvements, and implementation plan
mid term recommendations1
Mid-Term Recommendations
  • Study the possibility of implementing Limited Stop Connector Service
  • Secure dedicated funding source for transit
  • Identify locations for park-and-ride lots
  • Continue coordination and discussions with stakeholders (i.e., Disney, OIA, UCF, etc.)
long term recommendations
Long-Term Recommendations
  • Changing conditions will need to be monitored (i.e., Medical City/Innovation Way development, HSR, etc.)
  • Continue coordination and discussions with stakeholders (i.e., Disney, OIA, UCF, etc.)