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									           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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