How to Implement a Mobility Plan

Mobility Plan Components

Steps to a Mobility Plan

  • Legislative Intent
  • Mobility Plan - Land Use and Parking
  • Mobility Fee
  • Implementing Ordinance
  • Administration & Assessment
  • Update Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code
  • Capital Improvements Element & Program 

Mobility Fee Project Objectives

  •  Replace the current proportionate fair share program for development generated traffic impact mitigation Countywide
  • Develop and maintain a prioritized capital project plan that can be used to seek funding opportunities in the future for implementation or construction of identified projects
  • Allow for projects to be multi-modal rather than just automobile oriented

30A Design Goals

  • Multi-modal focused on moving people and not just cars to accommodate seasonal population increases as well as regional growth
  • Maintain a unique sense of place or character for each of the identified unique character areas or communities along the corridor
  • Stay within the existing rights of way
  • Consider the human scale interaction between our modes of travel and the businesses and land uses along the corridor to preserve existing land uses and
  • Protect the Timpoochee Trail “experience” and expand this “experience”
  • Order modes based on speed and safety – each mode of transportation has a lane or track based on where it is on the speed of movement continuum.
How to Implement a Mobility Fee