Solana Beach Comprehensive Active Transportation Strategy (CATS)

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1 Solana Beach Comprehensive Active Transportation Strategy (CATS) 3.0 Goals & Policies The Solana Beach CATS goals and objectives outlined below were largely drawn from the Solana Beach Circulation Element Update, which was in draft format and undergoing public review during the CATS preparation. Additionally, the draft CATS goals and objectives were shared with members of the public for comment at the first community workshop, at a Project Working Group meeting, and at BikeWalkSolana meetings. Goal B-1.0: Correlated land use and circulation planning. Policy B-1.1: Policy B-1-2: Policy B-1.3 Require new development to provide and enhance connectivity to existing transportation facilities via the provision of key roadway connections, sidewalks, and bicycle facilities. Require new development and redevelopment to provide good internal circulation facilities that meet the needs of pedestrians, bicyclists, children, seniors, and persons with disabilities. Require new or expanded land uses to provide adequate bicycle parking and support facilities. Goal B-2.0: A comprehensive circulation network to move people and goods safely and efficiently for all modes of travel. Policy B-2.1: Utilize multi-modal performance indicators to periodically evaluate the City s transportation system, with attention to the following guiding framework: Balanced Facilities (Multi-Modal Boulevard and Community Connector) Seek balanced performance of automobile, transit, bike and pedestrian circulation. Bicycle Prioritized (Bicycle Boulevards) Prioritize bicycle travel through the provision of wayfinding signage, pavement markings every 250 to 500 feet, and traffic calming measures considered every 1,000 feet. Bicycle and Pedestrian Prioritized (Pedestrian Corridors and Multi-Use Path) Prioritize pedestrian and bicycle circulation through the provision of physically separated bicycle and/or pedestrian facilities. Policy B-2.2 Pursue measures to reduce congestion at intersections, while also balancing the needs of pedestrians, cyclists and transit riders.

2 Policy B-2.3 Develop a program to measure and monitor changes in active transportation/travel. Goal B-3.0: Policy B-3.1 Policy B-3.2 Policy B-3.3 Adequate measures to ensure traffic safety. Continue to improve bicycle and pedestrian facilities by providing ongoing maintenance that ensures the safety of all users of the roadway system. Enhance connectivity by eliminating gaps and barriers in roadway, bikeway, and pedestrian networks. Implement traffic calming techniques, where appropriate, as a means to improve safety, increase efficiency of pick-up and drop-off operations at schools, and provide greater separation between pedestrians and vehicles. Goal B-4.0: Adequate funding to support build-out of the City s multi-modal transportation system, linked to the capital improvements program. Goal B-5.0: Policy B-5.1 Policy B-5.2 Compatibility with the regional mobility system. Consult with SANDAG regarding Active Transportation programs and grant opportunities for capital and planning-related bicycle, pedestrian, and traffic calming efforts. Provide multi-modal support facilities near and to/from transit stops for bicyclists and pedestrians, including children and youth, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Goal B-6.0: Policy C-6.1 Policy C-6.2 Policy C-6.3 Safe alternatives to motorized transportation that meet the needs of all city residents, reduce vehicle trips, save energy, and improve air quality. Encourage the use of non-motorized transportation modes. Prioritize attention to transportation issues along routes to schools in order to reduce school-related vehicle trips. Seek opportunities to reduce vehicle trips before requiring physical roadway improvements. Goal C-7.0: Policy C-7.1 A comprehensive and integrated bikeway system, providing for the safe and efficient movement of cyclists. Utilize demand-related and safety-related criteria to prioritize the implementation of active transportation projects.

3 Policy C-7.2 Policy C-7.3 Policy C-7.4 Policy C-7.5 Policy C-7.6 Policy C-7.7 Develop a citywide bicycle network consisting of Class I bike paths, Class II bike lanes, Class III bicycle routes, and other innovative facilities such as cycle tracks, sharrows, buffered bike lanes, and bicycle boulevards. Maximize opportunities for citizen input to the process of planning a bikeway system. Maximize the use of public property (e.g., utility and drainage easements, railroad right-of-way) and lightly traveled roadways for bikeways. Expand and improve the bikeway system and facilities by establishing bike lanes, separated paths, and bicycle storage facilities at major destinations. Encourage cycling through education and promotional programs, in conjunction with the local school districts. Keep abreast of bicycle facility innovations in other cities and regions, and seek to incorporate these into the bicycle network. Goal B-8.0: Policy B-8.1 Policy B-8.2 Policy B-8.3 Policy B-8.5 Policy B-8.6 Policy B-8.7 Policy B-8.8 Policy B-8.9 A universally accessible, safe, and convenient system of sidewalks or pathways throughout the city that encourages walking and is harmonious with the surrounding neighborhood. Prioritize pedestrian circulation near schools, public transit, recreational resources, and commercial/retail land uses. Develop a citywide pedestrian network consisting of sidewalks along roadways, trails, Class I multi-use paths, and pedestrian bridges. Provide connectivity of wide, well-lit walking environments with safety buffers between pedestrians and vehicular traffic, when feasible. Identify and implement necessary pedestrian improvements with special emphasis on providing safe access to schools, parks, community and recreation centers shopping districts, and other appropriate facilities. Promote walking and biking as the primary modes of travel to schools. Improve pedestrian safety at intersections and mid-block crossings. Reduce architectural barriers that restrict full movement and access by less mobile segments of the population consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Apply universal design standards to the pedestrian system. Policy B-8.10 Provide a continuous pedestrian network within and between neighborhoods to facilitate pedestrian travel free from major impediments and obstacles. Policy B-8.11 Support the development of pedestrian corridors in key activity centers.

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5 Solana Beach General Plan Update Circulation Element Goals and Policies The following goals and policies are consistent with the requirements and purpose of this element and are responsive to the key issues affecting Solana Beach. They are intended to guide future circulation improvements within the city. Goal C-1.0: Correlated land use and circulation planning. Policy C-1.1 Allow, encourage, and facilitate transit-oriented development, mixeduse, and infill projects in appropriate locations, especially near the transit station and along key corridors such as Highway 101. Policy C-1.2 Require new development to provide and enhance connectivity to existing transportation facilities via the provision of key roadway connections, sidewalks (where appropriate or desired in residential neighborhoods), and bicycle facilities. Policy C-1.3 Require new development and redevelopment to provide good internal circulation facilities that meet the needs of pedestrians, bicyclists, children, seniors, and persons with disabilities. Policy C-1.4 Require new development and redevelopment to apply universal design standards to the extent feasible. Policy C-1.5 Work with state, regional and local transportation entities to improve and expand transportation facilities and services that link residents to important land use destinations such as workplaces, schools, community and recreation areas, and shopping opportunities. Goal C-2.0: A comprehensive circulation network to move people and goods safely and efficiently for all modes of travel. Policy C-2.1 Utilize multi-modal performance indicators to periodically evaluate the City s transportation system, with attention to the following guiding framework: Balanced Facilities (Multi-Modal Boulevard and Community Connector) Seek balanced performance of automobile, transit, bike and pedestrian circulation. Bicycle Prioritized (Bicycle Boulevards) Prioritize bicycle travel through the provision of wayfinding signage, pavement markings every 250 to 500 feet, and traffic calming measures approximately every 1000 feet. Pedestrian Prioritized (Pedestrian Corridors and Multi-Use Path) Prioritize pedestrian circulation through the provision of physically separated bicycle and/or pedestrian facilities.

6 Policy C-2.2 Roadway facilities shall be constructed or upgraded, where feasible, to meet the design guidelines described in Table C-1. For streets that are not currently built to their ultimate design, the City may require the dedication of right-of-way or other improvements as a condition of land development consistent with Solana Beach Municipal Code (SBMC) regulations. Policy C-2.3 Require new developments to be served by roads of adequate capacity and design standards to provide reasonable access by cars, trucks, transit, pedestrians, and/or bicycles. Policy C-2.4 Provide a roadway system that complements urban development as established by the City s adopted general plan. In implementing this policy, the City shall explore possible road extensions and additional roadway links, considering multimodal forms of transportation. Policy C-2.5 Pursue measures to reduce congestion at intersections, while also balancing the needs of pedestrians, cyclists and transit riders. Policy C-2.6 Cooperate with Caltrans, SANDAG, NCTD, and other responsible agencies to identify, plan, and implement necessary transportation improvements. Policy C-2.7 Endorse and support I-5 interchange improvement projects with minimal environmental impact that provide improved regional access to the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Policy C-2.8 Reserve and protect adequate right-of-way to accommodate future multi-modal transportation improvement projects. Policy C-2.9 Support the preparation of travel demand management plans to reduce peak hour commuter traffic impacts. Policy C-2.10 Work to reduce vehicular travel demands along Lomas Santa Fe between the eastern boundary of the City and Highway 101. Policy C-2.11 Study and work with schools to implement methods to reduce automobile congestion caused by local school traffic. Policy C-2.12 Continue to identify areas allowing for licensed golf carts and other low speed vehicles on designated public streets to allow for safe and convenient access to the golf course and neighboring uses. Policy C-2.13 Develop a program to measure and monitor changes in active transportation/travel.

7 Goal C-3.0: Adequate measures to ensure traffic safety. Policy C-3.1 Ensure that the development of new private driveways does not pose significant traffic hazards for major arterials and residential collector roads. Policy C-3.2 Continue to improve roadways and provide ongoing maintenance to ensure the safety of all users of the roadway system. Policy C-3.3 Enhance connectivity by eliminating gaps and barriers in roadway, bikeway, and pedestrian networks. Policy C-3.4 Implement traffic calming techniques, where appropriate, as a means to improve safety, increase efficiency of pick-up and drop-off operations at schools, and provide greater separation between pedestrians and vehicles. Policy C-3.6 Maintain a roadway circulation system with multiple alternative routes, to the extent feasible, to ensure mobility in the event of emergencies, and to minimize the need for capacity increases on particular streets. As needed, use signage to direct traffic to alternative routes during peak periods. Policy C-3.7 Consider traffic circles as an intersection traffic control option, where feasible and appropriate. Policy C-3.8 Maintain safety throughout the circulation system by taking opportunities to introduce a safe design speed to any new roadways or during improvements to existing roads or intersections. Policy C-3.9 Reduce accident risk on arterial streets by consolidating and minimizing driveways whenever possible. Goal 4.0: Adequate measures to enforce speed limits in residential neighborhoods and reduce cut-through truck and bus traffic. Policy C-4.1 Establish designated truck routes located away from residential areas and prohibit trucks from traversing through residential neighborhoods. Policy C-4.2 Work to discourage through traffic into residential neighborhoods by implementing traffic calming measures. Policy C-4.3 Enhance the quality of life in the City s neighborhoods and minimize impacts on schools, hospitals, convalescent homes, and other sensitive facilities through the implementation of traffic calming measures in these areas to reduce vehicle speeds and discourage cut-through traffic. Policy C-4.4 Work with responsible and affected agencies to enhance infrastructure to facilitate timely movement of goods.

8 Policy C-4.5 Enforce the use of designated truck routes for both local and regional goods transport. Goal 5.0: Adequate funding to support build-out of the City s multi-modal transportation system, linked to the capital improvements program. Policy C-5.1 Develop and maintain a transportation impact fee (TIF) program that collects fees from development projects based on the number of additional trips (across all modes of transportation) the development is projected to generate. The fees collected from the TIF program will be used to fund the construction of CIP projects as well as to administer and maintain the TIF program. In support of the TIF program, a comprehensive nexus study will be required to determine the cost required to adequately build-out the City s transportation system, develop a fee structure that fairly collects the funds required to build-out the City s transportation system from development projects and demonstrate that participation in the TIF program will mitigate a development projects transportation related impacts. Policy C-5.2 Encourage improvements that minimize land acquisition and major construction, such as, but not limited to, lane restriping, enhanced road markings, synchronized traffic signals, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) network management, and left turn lane restrictions. Goal C-6.0: Compatibility with the regional mobility system. Policy C-6.1 Consult with SANDAG regarding updates to and implementation of the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). Policy C-6.2 Consult with SANDAG regarding Active Transportation programs and grant opportunities for capital and planning-related bicycle, pedestrian, and traffic calming efforts. Policy C-6.3 Work with Caltrans and adjacent jurisdictions to plan and implement future roadway connections and circulation improvements. Policy C-6.4 Policy C-6.5 Consult with NCTD regarding local bus routes and related activities. Support and encourage access to I-5 carpool lanes. Goal C-7.0: A public transportation system that is safe, convenient, efficient, and meets the identified needs of the Solana Beach community. Policy C-7.1 Support the establishment of local transit operations when demand levels are sufficient to warrant such service.

9 Policy C-7.2 Provide multi-modal support facilities near and to/from transit stops for bicyclists and pedestrians, including children and youth, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Policy C-7.3 Encourage responsible agencies to provide a well-designed transit system that meets the needs of the community, commerce, and visitors. Policy C-7.4 users. Improve bus stops and shelter facilities to increase the comfort of Policy C-7.5 Encourage transit providers to post route maps and pick-up/drop-off times at each stop. Policy C-7.6 Work with transit providers to maintain and enhance services within the City that are timely, cost-effective, and responsive to growth and redevelopment. Policy C-7.7 Encourage responsible agencies and affected businesses to provide shuttle service between transit stations to major activity centers, such as the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Policy C-7.8 locations. Work with responsible agencies to provide convenient bus stop GOAL 8.0: Safe alternatives to motorized transportation that meet the needs of all city residents, reduce vehicle trips, save energy, and improve air quality. Policy C-8.1 employees. Encourage businesses to provide flexible work schedules for Policy C-8.2 Encourage employers to offer shared commute programs and/or incentives for employees to use transit. Policy C-8.3 Require new or expanded uses to provide adequate bicycle parking and support facilities. Policy C-8.4 Policy C-8.5 Encourage carpooling and other shared commute programs. Encourage the use of alternative transportation modes. Policy C-8.6 Prioritize attention to transportation issues along routes to schools to reduce school-related vehicle trips. Policy C-8.7 Seek opportunities to reduce vehicle trips before requiring physical roadway improvements. Goal C-9.0: A comprehensive and integrated bikeway system, which provides for the safe and efficient movement of cyclists. Policy C-9.1 Prioritize the development of bicycle facilities along Lomas Santa Fe, Stevens Avenue, Highway 101, and near schools.

10 Policy C-9.2 Develop a citywide bicycle network consisting of Class I bike paths, Class II bike lanes, Class III bicycle routes, and other innovative facilities such as cycle tracks, sharrows, buffered bike lanes, and bicycle boulevards. Policy C-9.3 Maximize opportunities for citizen input to the process of planning a bikeway system. Policy C-9.4 Maximize the use of public property (e.g., utility and drainage easements, railroad right-of-way) and lightly traveled roadways for bikeways. Policy C-9.5 Expand and improve the bikeway system and facilities by establishing bike lanes, separated paths, and bicycle storage facilities at major destinations. Policy C-9.6 Require new development and redevelopment to provide safe, secure bicycle parking facilities. Policy C-9.7 Require new commercial development and redevelopment to provide connections to existing and proposed bicycle routes, where appropriate. Policy C-9.8 Encourage existing businesses and new development or redevelopment projects to promote bicycling and provide bike rack facilities, personal lockers, and shower rooms. Policy C-9.9 Encourage bicycling through education and promotional programs, in conjunction with the local school districts. Policy C-9.10 Keep abreast of bicycle facility innovations in other cities and regions, and seek to incorporate these into the bicycle network. GOAL 10.0: A universally accessible, safe, and convenient system of sidewalks or pathways throughout the city that encourages walking and is harmonious with the surrounding neighborhood. Policy C-10.1 Prioritize pedestrian circulation within the vicinity of the Cedros Design District, along Highway 101, along Lomas Santa Fe, and near schools, the transit station, and bus stops. Policy C-10.2 Develop a citywide pedestrian network consisting of sidewalks along roadways, trails, Class I multi-use paths, and pedestrian bridges. Policy C-10.3 Provide connectivity of wide, well-lit walking environments with safety buffers between pedestrians and vehicular traffic, when feasible. Policy C-10.4 Require new development and redevelopment to provide adequate pedestrian access and, where appropriate, incorporate pedestrian-oriented street designs that provide a pleasant environment for walking.

11 Policy C-10.5 Identify and implement necessary pedestrian improvements with special emphasis on providing safe access to schools, parks, community and recreation centers shopping districts, and other appropriate facilities. Policy C-10.6 Policy C-10.7 Promote walking and biking as the primary modes of travel to schools. Improve pedestrian safety at intersections and mid-block crossings. Policy C-10.8 Reduce architectural barriers that restrict full movement and access by less mobile segments of the population consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Policy C-10.9 Apply universal design standards to the pedestrian system. Policy C Provide a continuous pedestrian network (which may or may not include sidewalks) within and between neighborhoods to facilitate pedestrian travel free from major impediments and obstacles. Policy C Support the development of pedestrian corridors in key activity centers. GOAL C-11.0: An adequate supply of private off-street and public parking to meet the needs of residents and visitors to the city in a way that balances economic development, livable neighborhoods, environmental health, and public safety. Policy C-11.1 In general, maintain parking requirements for specified land uses, but allow for a reduction in parking requirements for existing buildings that change uses and cannot accommodate current parking standards without significantly altering the site. In determining what constitutes sufficient parking under these circumstances, the City may take into consideration: 1) the overall effectiveness of the circulation system as a whole (i.e., pedestrians, bicyclists, motorized vehicles, etc.); 2) the particular needs of a specific location and/or project; 3) the parking generation demand of the proposed use; 4) the availability of public parking spaces; and 5) the ability of the project to aid in the reduction of personal vehicle use and the corresponding reduction in air pollution, energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and other environmental effects. Policy C-11.2 needs. Ensure balance among visitor, business, and residential parking Policy C-11.3 Encourage new development and redevelopment to locate off-street parking facilities behind storefronts to create a more inviting environment adjacent to the street, where feasible. Policy C-11.4 Require parking lots to provide shade through the use of landscaping (i.e., a tree canopy) and encourage the use of solar photovoltaic shading to reduce the heat island effect, where feasible.

12 Policy C-11.5 Where appropriate and feasible, provide on-street diagonal or parallel parking to increase the number of spaces and calm traffic to create more pedestrianfriendly streets. Policy C-11.6 Require the use of universal design standards in parking design and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility guidelines. Policy C-11.7 Provide clearly marked pedestrian paths between on-street parking, off-street parking facilities, and the buildings they serve, where feasible. Policy C-11.8 Maintain parking time limitations, where appropriate. Policy C-11.9 Work cooperatively with developers and the business community to develop funding mechanisms for the construction of future parking facilities. Policy C Encourage shared parking, valet parking, special district parking, and joint development of parking facilities to the maximum extent feasible. Goal C-12.0: Efficient, high quality public infrastructure, facilities, and services and assurance that new, upgraded, or expanded facilities and services are phased in conjunction with the development they are intended to service. Policy C-12.1 Establish and maintain a development strategy relating economic growth and logical land use and circulation patterns with the provision of public services and utilities. Policy C-12.2 Periodically review and update land use and circulation plans to ensure that a balance is maintained between employment and housing opportunities, and to ensure the availability of sufficient municipal revenues to maintain adequate levels of public services. Policy C-12.3 Develop and implement methods for ensuring that new development does not create an adverse economic impact on the City, or a need for new additional or different public facilities which have not been provided by the City. Policy C-12.4 Require new development and redevelopment to provide fair share contributions toward the costs of the public facilities, services, and infrastructure necessary to serve the development, including, but not limited to, transportation, water, sewer and wastewater treatment, solid waste, flood control and drainage, schools, fire and law enforcement protection, and parks and recreation. Policy C-12.5 Ensure that development impact fees reflect the costs of improvements. Policy C-12.6 Update the capital improvement program for the improvement of existing public facilities and the development of new facilities, as needed, and plan for the equitable distribution of infrastructure improvements and public facilities.

13 Policy C-12.7 appropriate. Leverage federal and state funds to support public works projects, as

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