san francisco bay area focusing our vision TAC Presentation 11/30/06 FOCUS Update Program Overview Green Vision Overview Relevant Bond Measures FOCUS 2007 timeline JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC County Meetings Local Collaboration Confirm & Finalize Agreements Adopt Apply State Legislative Activity Budget GreenVision GreenVision Draft Map Final Map FOCUS green vision overview SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG Existing Conditions Map County Meetings Draft Priorities Map Final Priorities Map Strategy Development bonds for priority investments proposition 1C Prop Account Amount 1C Regional Planning, $850,000,000 Housing and Infill Incentives 1C Transit-Oriented $300,000,000 Development 1C Housing-related Parks $200,000,000 1C TOTAL $1,350,000,000 bonds for priority investments proposition 84 Prop Account Amount 84 Urban Greening $90,000,000 84 Urban Forestry $20,000,000 84 Local and Regional $400,000,000 Parks 84 Planning Grants & Loans $90,000,000 84 TOTAL $600,000,000 bonds for priority investments potential Bay Area share State of California Total $1,950,000,000 Potential Bay Area Share (Last $324,285,000 RHNA) Potential Bay Area Share $378,300,000 (Existing Population) Potential Bay Area Share $260,000,000 (Projected Population Growth) incentives other potential incentives • Transportation for Livable Communities (TLC) program: $135,000,000 for 5 years • other Regional Transportation Plan investments distributing limited incentives potential legislative principles • adhere to priorities established by regions • reward inclusive and collaborative planning • make big differences • set real examples Transition from Regional Analysis to Policy Discussions Potential PDAs based on Regional Policy PDA Types Outreach Approach PDA Designation Criteria regional analysis TAC composite scenario • helped staff assess multiple data themes and weights • jobs and transit data received high votes and average weights: – Employment density in 2005 – Planned rail & ferry – Transit stop density – Transit frequency weighted by mode regional analysis potential priority areas based upon regional policy • Data used to model regional priorities representative of regional policy: – Urban footprint (existing communities) – Existing and future transit capacity – Existing jobs (job rich/housing poor areas to work towards a jobs/housing balance) PDA types qualitative criteria: general description Metropolitan Regional City Sub-regional Transit Town Transit Corridor Center Center City Center Center Neighborhood Community Primary, A significant A A Mostly Mixed-use region- business “downtown” “downtown” residential, “complete “ defining center with for its sub- for its mixed-use communitie business and regional- region. A immediate “complete “ s on multi- cultural scale major area with community, modal center, destinations shopping and moderate to immediately corridors served by and high- business high regional adjacent to that can be high-capacity quality transit center with transit moderate to served with transportatio and road moderate to connections high capacity very n arteries connections. high regional regional transit frequent transit connections bus service connections. Accommodating Growth Bay Area estimates based on Projections Regional Households in 2005 Regional Households in 2030 Change 2,582,980 3,182,220 599,240 Example Priority HH in 2005 Example Priority HH in 2030 Change 828,670 1,099,419 270,749 • percent of each PDA jurisdiction’s growth captured by anticipated trends in Projections: 58% on average • percent of anticipated regional growth captured by example PDAs: 45% outreach local government meetings • county level meetings held in January & February 2007 – FOCUS – RHNA – Projections 2007 – Regional Transportation Plan • formal application process • meetings with key jurisdictions terminology alternatives to priority development areas • priority investment areas • focus areas • planning areas • opportunity areas • suggestions? PDA designation priority criteria • within existing community • near to fixed transit • planning for more housing • complete community (multiple uses)? • jobs/housing balance? • circulation/connectivity? • other? Next Steps Thank You!
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