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  • February 27, 2017

  • Presentation Outline

    Project Status and Schedule

    Huntington Club Plan Amendment

    Activity Density Comparison

    Transportation Update

    Introduction To Impacts Analysis

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  • 1.) PROJECT STATUS

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  • COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT TIMELINE

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    NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB

    2016 2017 2018

    PLAN ADOPTED

    AG

    COMMUNITY MTG 3

    REFINE LAND USE

    ALTERNATIVES

    STAFF REPORT

    PUBLISHED

    AG AG AG AG AG AG AG AG AG AG AG AG

    VDOT CHAPTER 870 PREP, REVIEW AND COORDINATION WITH VDOT *ADDITIONAL DETAILS

    ON SLIDE 12

    DRAFTING PLAN TEXT

    COMMUNITY MTG 4

    COMMUNITY MTG 6

    FINAL DRAFT PLAN AND

    STAFF REPORT

    LAND USE

    CMTE MTGS

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    PUBLIC HEARINGS

    AG

    INTERAGENCY REVIEW AND COORDINATION (IMPACTS ANALYSIS)

    AG

    2040 ALTERNATIVE LAND USE

    TRANSPORTATION ANALYSIS

    WE ARE HERE

    COMMUNITY MTG 5

  • Meeting Topics

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    January March 2017Base 2040 transportation analysis

    Background on alternative land use impacts assessment

    *Decide whether 2nd land use alternative should be developed

    April June 2017Alternative 2040 land use transportation analysis Alternative land use impacts assessmentIntroduction to station area concept plansCross section for North Kings Hwy Community Meeting #4July September 2017

    Finalized transportation recommendations

    Refined station area concept plansScope of detailed urban design

    guidelines to supplement Plan guidance

    Draft Comprehensive Plan recommendations

    Community Meeting #5

    October 2017 January/February 2018 Final Plan recommendations and staff reportCommunity Meeting #6 (final meeting)Planning Commission public hearing (December) Board of Supervisors public hearing (Jan/Feb)

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  • 2.) PROPOSED PLAN AMENDMENT FOR HUNTINGTON CLUB

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    Huntington Club Plan Amendment

    Included the proposed mix of uses and intensity in the land use alternative.

    Public hearings anticipated in the spring of this year (April/May 2017)

  • 2A.) ACTIVITY DENSITY COMPARISON

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    What is Activity Density?

    Activity Density = Population + Jobs

    Acreage

    Acres = 503 (half mile radius)

    One of the factors used by the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) to designate the corridor as appropriate for bus rapid transit (BRT).

    DRPT Suggested Transit Investment by Planned Activity Density: 14-34 Express Bus34-70 BRT/LRT70 or more LRT/ Heavy Rail

    *Activity Density for BRT scenario is greater in the CBCs (55 to 138)

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    Activity Density Comparison for BRT by Half Mile Radius

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    Huntington/Penn Daw/Beacon Hill Lockheed/Hybla Valley/Gum Springs South County/Woodlawn/Fort Belvoir

    y 2015 Forecast

    DRPT Rt 1 Alt. Analysis Scenario

    Adopted Comp Plan

    BRT Scenario

  • 2B.) TRANSPORTATION UPDATE

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  • Task within Comp Plan AmendmentTransportation Analysis Timeline

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    NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT

    2016 2017

    REFINE LAND USE ALTERNATIVES

    VDOT CHAPTER 870 PREP, REVIEW AND COORDINATION WITH VDOT*

    VDOT CHAPTER 870PRE-SCOPING & SCOPING MEETINGS, SUBMITTAL

    2040 ALTERNATIVE LAND USE TRANSPORTATION ANALYSIS

    WOODLAWN CBC SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS

    DEVELOP MITIGATION STRATEGIES PLAN

    COMMUNITY MEETING #4

    COMMUNITY MEETING #5

    *Timing dependent on number and complexity of comments.

    COMP PLAN

  • Woodlawn CBC and Grid of Streets(with/without Jeff Todd Connection)

    GOS13

    Ongoing Sensitivity Analysis: Environmental Transportation

    2040 alternative land use

    Critical intersections and impacts to road network

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    BRT Travel and Analysis

    Continuing to evaluate the BRT travel speed Preliminary analysis findings - BRT and auto travel

    times are competitive Mode choice factors:

    Predictable travel times = Reliability of service Access Transit wait time Comfort Ability to multi-task Cost

    Design phase of BRT utilize transit signal priority system and rapid boarding process

  • Economic Benefit $1 invested in transit = approx. $4 in economic returns $10M in capital investment = $30M increased business

    sales Environment

    Saves gasoline and reduces carbon emissions Households near transit drive less miles

    Health and Safety Buses with advanced technology produce less

    pollution than cars per passenger mile Individuals using transit get 3x more physical activity Provides access for all ages and abilities

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    Benefits of BRT Transit

    Source: American Public Transportation Assoc, Public Transportation Fact Sheet; Transit Savings Report (Jan. 2017).

  • Visualizing BRT, vehicle movements and turns Hybla Valley portion AM Peak Hour Traffic Signal Priority (TSP) - extended green time No mitigations at intersections

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    Baseline 2040 Simulation

    Click here for video

    BASE 2040 BRT OPERATION (AM)-rev02(Fordson).mp4

  • 4.) INTRODUCTION TO IMPACTS ANALYSIS

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  • Impacts Analysis Topic areas in accordance with Policy Plan:

    Transportation Affordable and Workforce Housing Environment

    Stormwater Management Green Buildings Environmentally Sensitive Areas

    Heritage Resources Public Facilities

    Schools Libraries Police Fire and Rescue Wastewater treatment Water storage and treatment (Fairfax Water)

    Human Services Parks and Recreation

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  • Impacts Analysis Assessment of potential needs (e.g. facility

    expansion, new facilities) based on projected number of residents and employees from the land use alternatives.

    Completed through extensive inter-agency coordination.

    Guidance may be included at both the corridor-wide and site-specific/CBC level, depending on the topic area.

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  • Impacts Discussion - Tentative AG Schedule

    Ongoing Transportation

    March Meeting Affordable and Workforce Housing Public Facilities Human Services

    April Meeting Environment Heritage Resources Parks and Recreation

    May Meeting Final discussions on all topic areas

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    Questions and Comments?

  • Advisory Group Meeting #15March 27, 2017

    South County Center Room 221C7:00-9:00 pm

    Project Website: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpz/embarkrichmondhwy

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