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Title: URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING MODEL


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PennPlan Moves! Pennsylvania Statewide Long
Range Transportation Plan 2000-2025
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What is PennPlan?
PennPlan is Pennsylvanias Statewide Long Range
Transportation Plan. It is a decision support
tool for PennDOT and its planning partners.
PennPlan is
  • A 25-year blueprint
  • Corridor-based
  • The result of an innovative public outreach
    program
  • Based on the priorities of Pennsylvanias county
    and
  • regional planning partners
  • Multi-modal/Inter-modal

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Why is the Plan Needed?
  • To identify and clarify specific transportation
    policies.
  • To coordinate regional priorities from statewide
    and interstate perspectives.
  • To provide the framework for measuring the
    implementation of long term policies.
  • To provide a direct relationship between long
    term policies and the short term programs and
    services that PennDOT and its partners deliver.

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Who Uses the Long Range Plan?
  • State Transportation Decision Makers
  • State Transportation Commission
  • Regional Planning Partners
  • Transportation Customers
  • PennDOT

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PennPlans Relationship to Regional and Local
Planning
PennPlan is built on the foundation of the long
range plans of Pennsylvanias Metropolitan
Planning Organizations, Local Development
Districts, and the county comprehensive plans
through a synthesis of these many plans.
PennPlan
  • Attempts to find common ground throughout the
    State and translates emerging themes into
    statewide policy.
  • Coordinates multi-regional improvements to ensure
    corridor consistency.
  • Elevates local public involvement activities to a
    statewide basis.
  • Serves as input for future local and regional
    planning activities.

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A Starting Point
Five basic, overriding principles were
established, and were adhered to in the
development of the Plan.
Plan must be
  • Concise.
  • Written in understandable language.
  • Useable.
  • Corridor-based.
  • The success in implementing the Plan must be
    easily measured.

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PennPlan Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • Public Input
  • Visions of the Future
  • Existing Conditions
  • Perspectives
  • Statewide Goals Objectives
  • Statewide Corridors
  • Conclusion

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Public Input
Key Objective of Public Involvement Process
  • To provide an opportunity to all residents to
    voice their opinions and concerns
  • To identify the best combinations of values
    representing their needs and desires
  • To geographically represent the state and
  • To create a plan that is understandable to all

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Public Involvement Research Design
Product Development
Bringing to Market
Test Marketing
Phase I public input and suggestions were
collected before the plan was written Phase II
did we get it right? Phase III extensive
outreach program to inform and educate the public
about the plan.
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Populations Surveyed
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Visionaries Input
  • http//www.diagnosticsplus.com/vissum.htm
  • http//www.diagnosticsplus.com/UrbanLandArticle.ht
    m

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Spatial Distribution of Public Involvement
Resident Respondents
Legend ? Rural ? Suburban ? Urban
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Importance / Grade Matrix
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M MOBILITY A high degree of mobility
is enjoyed Pennsylvania this should
not be diminished. O OPTIONS
Transportation is too unimodal with a focus on
the car. Options should be provided,
promoted and linked seamlessly. V VOICES
Public involvement, the voices of
constituencies, must be a major
focus of transportation planning. E EFFICIENCY
Transportation systems must generate the
most benefits per resources
expended. E ENVIRONMENT Transportation
should have minimal negative effect on the
environment - it should be sustainable. E
EQUITY Transportation should not give
disproportionate advantages or
disadvantages to any group. E ECONOMY
Transportation must maintain and promote
economic development. S SAFETY
Transportation systems should be designed
to maximize safety.
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Statewide Goals
  • Promote safety of the transportation system.
  • Improve the environment.
  • Retain jobs and expand economic opportunities.
  • Make transportation decisions that support land
    use planning objectives.
  • Maintain, upgrade, and improve the
    transportation system.
  • Inform and involve the public and improve
    customer service.
  • Advance regional and corridor-based planning.
  • Develop transportation alternatives and manage
    demand.
  • Promote smooth, easy connections between
    transportation alternatives.
  • Ensure accessibility of the system and mobility
    for everyone.

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Moves Themes/Statewide Goals Matrix
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Make transportation decisions that support land
use planning objectives.
Maintain, upgrade, and improve the transportation
system.
Inform and involve the public and improve
customer service.
Develop transportation alternatives and manage
demand.
Promote smooth and easy connections between
transportation alternatives.
Promote safety of the transportation system.
Retain jobs and expand economic opportunities.
Advance regional and corridor-based planning.
Ensure accessibility and mobility for everyone.
Improve the environment.
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Statewide Corridors
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The Mountaintop Corridor
This corridor connects Reading and Pottsville to
Sunbury. Like corridor 27, this corridor
traverses the heart of Pennsylvanias anthracite
coal region and provides access to the tourism
industry of northeastern Pennsylvania.
  • Objectives  
  • Provide intermodal opportunities along the
    corridor.
  • Implement intelligent transportation systems
    along the corridor.

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Whats Next?
  • Future PennPlan activities include
  • Establishing a baseline to measure future
    performance
  • Implementation
  • Performance reports
  • Continued public involvement
  • Future plan updates as needed

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Post-PennPlan Work
  • Annual Performance Report discuss 2000, 2001,
    2002
  • Implementation http//www.trafficpd.com/Projects/
    Statewide.htm (accessed Sep. 2005)
  • Regional Planning input http//www.ntrpdc.com/pd
    fs/ExecSummary.pdf (accessed Sep. 2005)

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A Review of Statewide Strategic Planning
  • http//gulliver.trb.org/publications/nchrp/nchrp_s
    yn_326.pdf
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