City of Charlottesville Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update

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1 City of Charlottesville Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update September 17, 2014

2 I. Welcome and meeting overview II. Project status update III. Network overview IV. Break-out groups Pedestrian Network V. Break-out groups Bicycle Network VI. Next steps

3 Policy & Code Audit Bike/Ped Plan Network Facility Toolkit Implementation Complete Streets Plan VISION for Charlottesville s STREETS Street Design Guidelines Traffic Circulation Implementation Zoning Subdivision Standards & Design Manual Green Infrastructure Plan Street Trees Curbside Rain Gardens

4 Walking and biking will be practical, convenient, safe and pleasant ways to travel to destinations within and adjacent to the City. Photo credit: Charlottesville.org Photo credit: CharlottesvilleTomorrow.org Photo credit: BikeCharlottesville.org Charlottesville Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan

5 On-road facility connections Pedestrian planning Target 60% of interested but concerned riders Network implementation and project phasing o Prioritized / Feasible o Performance indicators Stakeholder involvement and public outreach

6 Vision, goals & objectives Data collection and background research Community and stakeholder engagement Technical Analysis Policy recommendations System plan recommendations Implementation/funding Draft and final reports

7 Connectivity (some key areas) Steep grade/elevation Limited right-of-way Competing issues Public education Railroad and highway barriers Traffic volume

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9 Opened 3/26/2014 Closed 9/10/ Total Comments 205 Commenters 35% Female, 62% Male, 2% no response Diverse age groups 41% 18-35, 50% % <18, 7% >65 6% No vehicle access

10 Routes I walk/bike W. Main St 9 th St NE / Avon St Monticello Ave Preston Ave Places I walk/bike to Downtown Shops Harris Teeter City Market

11 Barriers to walking 17 th St NW, Grady Ave, Preston Ave, Jefferson Park Ave Disappearing Sidewalks Barriers to biking Intersections along Jefferson Park Ave, Main St. Poor road conditions, motorist/bicycle interactions at intersections

12 Reviewed 55 plans, policies, ordinances Sidewalk priorities Capital Improvement funds 2003 Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan 2013 Comprehensive Plan Complete Streets policy Zoning Ordinance

13 Charlottesville Entrance Corridor Design Guidelines Provide for bicycle traffic along major corridors Provide bike parking CIP Criteria Scoring Health benefits Infrastructure improvement Environmental benefits 2003 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Park and Ride benefits Municipal code Mixed-use districts, replace motor vehicle parking with bicycle lockers Plan review process Incorporate Walking and biking improvements

14 Street Design Guidelines - Corridors - Framework streets, nonframework streets - Traffic Calming (safety, cut-through, inclusiveness) - Parking management - LOS standards

15 What to plan, decide, fund?

16 Recommendations are categorized in two levels of effort based upon feasibility Facilitate safe/comfortable/legal bi-directional travel Narrow travel lanes to calm traffic and provide space for facilities Provide solutions that do not preclude any future, ultimate designs for the streets Use minimum 2 buffers, 5 bike lanes, 8 bi-directional lanes Last resort to remove parking or roadway widening

17 Long-term vision and short-term implementation Bicycle network / connectivity, safety and level of traffic stress Pedestrian network / sidewalk gaps analysis and hotspots

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22 In 2011, the city council adopted criteria for establishing sidewalk construction projects. Are these criteria still relevant? Do they need to be revisited? Commercial/Residential Overlap of School Areas Connections Park Access Connected Streets School Proximity Functional Roadway Sidewalk exist on one side of the road Classification Transit Stop Access Low Income Areas Are there other specific pedestrian policies that need to be considered? (signal timing, sidewalk closure policies, crosswalk policies, etc) What are the top 5 hot spot locations for pedestrians (perceived safety concerns)? What are the top 3 pedestrian priority corridors that should be improved in the next 5 years? Of the pedestrian projects completed in the past few years, which do you feel has created the most benefit?

23 Are sharrows used for filling gaps in the bicycle network or for wayfinding between non-shared road bicycle facilities (bike lanes, cycle tracks, side paths, etc.)? Are there other specific bicycle policies that need to be considered? (bike parking, etc.) Where are 3 priority corridors or connections that should be improved in the next 5 years for bicyclists? What are the top 5 hot spot locations for bicyclists (perceived safety concerns)? Of the bicycle projects completed in the past few years, which do you feel has created the most benefit?

24 Network revisions Analysis: level of traffic stress - network Public meeting preparations o Next meeting November 20 th, 2014 Coordinate with other multi-modal initiatives Project prioritization and implementation plan Draft and final reports

25 Walking and biking will be practical, convenient, safe and pleasant ways to travel to destinations within and adjacent to the City. Photo credit: Charlottesville.org Photo credit: CharlottesvilleTomorrow.org Photo credit: BikeCharlottesville.org Charlottesville Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan Update

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