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  • Floridas Future

    Transportation Corridors

    August 11, 2014

    Presentation to the Tampa Bay Regional Planning

    Council

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    Todays Presentation

    Why plan for the future of our transportation

    system?

    Issues that will influence the location and design

    of corridors in the future

    How do we plan for future corridors?

    Overview of key study areas

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    Why Plan for Future Corridors?

    Improve connectivity between

    regions and between Florida

    and other states and nations

    Coordinate long-range

    growth/transportation

    plans and visions

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    Population Still Growing

    Sources: Census Bureau; University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR).

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    More Visitors

    Source: Visit Florida (historical, new method used for 2009); FDOT (forecast numbers are extrapolated).

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    More Freight and Trade

    Source: U.S. Census, Foreign Trade Statistics.

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    2015 Export Doubling Target Florida-Origin Export Value

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    Florida Origin Exports (Dollars in Billions)

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    Heavily Congested Corridors2013

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    Heavily Congested Corridors2040

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    More options for

    personal travel

    Corridors of the Future

    Emerging technologies such as automated or connected vehicles

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    Corridors of the Future

    Careful location and design to

    protect and enhance Floridas

    environment and communities

    Co-location with energy, communications,and other infrastructure

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    Supporting Regional Visions

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    Regional Visions for the Future

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    Future Corridor Study Areas

    * Concept Reports Complete

    Northwest Florida

    Tampa Bay-Northeast Florida*

    Tampa Bay-Central Florida*

    Southeast Florida-Heartland-

    Central Florida

    Southwest Florida-Heartland-

    Central Florida

  • Sample TB-NE Map

    Portrait

    Tampa Bay-Northeast

    Florida Study Area

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    Tampa Bay-Northeast FloridaHeavily Congested Corridors, 2013 and 2040

    Source: FDOT Systems Planning

    Office

    2013 2040

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    Freight mobility

    Highway delay

    and reliability

    Highway safety

    Limited options for

    long-distance,

    interregional travel

    Connectivity to

    emerging economic

    centers

    Tampa Bay-Northeast FloridaMobility and Connectivity Needs

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    Support development of regional

    vision for North Central Florida

    Develop ultimate plan for I-75 over

    next 50 years

    Develop long term strategies for

    enhanced freight and passenger rail

    service

    Conduct initial technical studies on

    existing facilities (e.g., 301, 19)

    Conduct evaluation study for

    connectivity between Suncoast II

    and I-75

    Tampa Bay-Northeast Florida Concept Report Recommendations

  • Tampa-NE Florida

    Current Priority

  • Tampa-NE Florida

    Current Priority

  • Tampa-NE Florida

    Current Priority

  • Tampa-NE Florida

    Current Priority

  • Long-Term Issues

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    Tampa Bay-Central Florida Study Area

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    Tampa Bay-Central Florida Study AreaProjected Population Growth 2012-2060

    Source: Florida Department of

    Transportation, June 2013

    BEBR Medium, Current Trend

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    Tampa Bay-Central Florida

    Study Area

    Potential Future

    Westward and Eastward

    Extensions

    Potential Intermediate

    Connectors

    I-4 Corridor

    Legend

    Major Highway

    Urbanized Area

    Study Area

    Planned Highway

    ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 1Proposed Highways

    SIS/Emerging SIS Rail Corridor

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    Addressing Growth in Central Florida

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    Develop strategy for I-4

    transformation over next 50 years

    Develop long-term strategies for

    enhanced passenger and freight rail

    service

    Assess benefits and costs of

    developing one or more parallel

    multimodal corridors to help relieve

    I-4

    Convene collaborative process to

    assess development patterns and

    mobility needs in one subarea

    Tampa Bay-Central FloridaConcept Report Recommendations

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    Executive Order 13-319 signed by Governor Scott on

    November 1, 2013, creating the East Central Florida

    Corridor Task Force

    The Task Force was created for the purpose of evaluating

    and developing consensus recommendations on future

    transportation corridors serving established and emerging

    economic activity centers in portions of Brevard, Orange and

    Osceola Counties

    A pilot study to link long-range land use

    planning (50+ years) with long-range

    transportation corridor planning

    East Central Florida Corridor Task Force

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    Tampa Bay-Central Florida Study AreaRecommended Pilot Evaluation Study Area

    Pilot Study

    Area

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    Better access to global and national markets

    Better economic connectivity to:

    Central Florida Northeast/North Central Florida

    Support for One Bay vision

    Support Tampa Bay CEDS

    Aligns priorities with Six Pillars

    Aligns with DEO Strategic Plan for Economic Development

    Support for the Regional Business Plan for Economic Development

    What Can Future Corridor Planning Mean

    for Tampa Bay?

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    www.FLFutureCorridors.org

  • Questions?

    For more information:

    http://www.flfuturecorridors.org/

    http://www.flcorridors.org/

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