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Downtown Rochester Access Management Authority per DMC Transportation Improvement 7.5.1.1 plan draft

To create a thriving environment for business and community by building partnerships, delivering targeted transportation programs, and fostering economic vitality.

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Beam Project Type: Project Phase: Archive
Detailed Description

The Access Management Authority promotes the availability of transportation options to maximize person access to the DMC Development District while minimizing the use of the   single occupancy vehicle.

Goals


Goal 1. To create an organization that effectively supports and advocates the long-term economic vitality and livability of the downtown 
Goal 2. To construct and manage downtown parking to support economic development goals
Goal 3. To increase the percentage of downtown employees commuting by transit from 10% (2008) to 23-30% by 2035
Goal 4. To increase the number and percentage of commuter bike trips to downtown Rochester from an existing bike/walk mode split of 7% (2008) to 13% by 2035
Goal 5. To increase the number and percentage of commuter walk trips to downtown Rochester from an existing bike/walk mode split of 7% (2008) to 13% by 2035
Goal 6. To increase the percentage of downtown employees commuting by carpool/vanpools to downtown Rochester from 12% (2008) to 14% (2035)
Goal 7. To increase employee awareness of the Rochester Access Management Authority and alternative mode transportation options
Goal 8. To create partnerships to support parking and TDM efforts/mission

Desired Outcomes


Efficient, convenient and accessible transportation systems that provides favorable cost
structure commuters, employers and the public sector
More marketable downtown properties
More efficient and effective use of existing and future parking supplies
Better efficiencies in the use of land and reduced parking development costs (for both private
and public sectors)
Greater transit ridership
Reduced traffic congestion
A strong partnership between the public sector, Mayo Clinic and the downtown business
community
Measurable success based on consensus targets for access and growth

Impacts

PlanScape: Transportation

DMC: Livable City

Community Health:

Results

Efficient, convenient and accessible transportation systems that provides favorable cost structure commuters, employers and the public sector
More marketable downtown properties
More efficient and effective use of existing and future parking supplies
Better efficiencies in the use of land and reduced parking development costs (for both private and public sectors)
Greater transit ridership
Reduced traffic congestion
A strong partnership between the public sector, Mayo Clinic and the downtown business community
Measurable success based on consensus targets for access and growth

Indicators

Goal 1. To create an organization that effectively supports and advocates the long-term economic vitality and livability of the downtown 
Goal 2. To construct and manage downtown parking to support economic development goals
Goal 3. To increase the percentage of downtown employees commuting by transit from 10% (2008) to 23-30% by 2035
Goal 4. To increase the number and percentage of commuter bike trips to downtown Rochester from an existing bike/walk mode split of 7% (2008) to 13% by 2035
Goal 5. To increase the number and percentage of commuter walk trips to downtown Rochester from an existing bike/walk mode split of 7% (2008) to 13% by 2035
Goal 6. To increase the percentage of downtown employees commuting by carpool/vanpools to downtown Rochester from 12% (2008) to 14% (2035)
Goal 7. To increase employee awareness of the Rochester Access Management Authority and alternative mode transportation options
Goal 8. To create partnerships to support parking and TDM efforts/mission

Collaboration

Lead Organization: TBD

Confirmed Collaborators:

Potential Collaborators:

Status Reports Related PlanScape Status on: Transportation

November 04, 2017: DMCC approves $22M in capitral improvement projects for 2018

While the DMC EDA budget will rise from $3.5 million this year to more than $3.7 million next year, the city will contribute $122,000 less and Mayo Clinic's contribution will increase by $337,000.

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September 10, 2017: Planning 2 Succeed: Rochester 2040 Comprehensive Plan

P2S updates to be presented to CNG in September CNG meeting. 

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July 19, 2017: DMC $200M Goal Reached and state money to start flowing

Having reached the local investmen of $200M, the city will receive $2.75 for each $100 spent beyond the $200 million.

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April 28, 2017: Diversity Council extending Compass Points Data to direct Rapid Concensus conversations

On April 26, 2017 Diversity Council utilizing data from Rochester/Olmsted County Compass Points data combining with other community data analyses successfully developed and convened a Rapid Consensus conversation program as part of the 2017 Mayo Community Luncheon celebrating and inspiring an inclusive community. 

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February 23, 2017: City Transit Plan ready for public review

Bryan Law presented the latest Rochester city transit planning status

to CNG's Feb. 2017 meeting.

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January 28, 2017: Community Networking Group (CNG) January 24, 2017 Meeting - Compass Points Deeper Dive

Diversity Council Dee Sabol used the following to trigger conversations on "what does Compass Points" point to next.

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December 25, 2016: Destination Medical Center (DMC) Plan December 2016 Status

In addition to the December 2016 status report, DMC EDA shows a useful diagram that positions the relationships of various studies going on within Rochester.

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Last modified by allnode on 2016/12/13
Created by allnode on 2015/05/11

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