There are several analysis memos and plan drafts that will be provided as part of the plan process. Be sure to check out the document library for the latest Plan documents.
- Social and Environmental Justice Analysis. This memo will provide an analysis of local socioeconomic data and environmental resources to visualize impacts and lay the groundwork for the plan recommendations.
- Transit Analysis. This memo will summarize existing transit ridership data and the potential for various non-motorized improvements to increase ridership. A major emphasis will be on identifying intermodal connection opportunities.
- Traffic Analysis. This memo will provide a summary of motorized traffic characteristics that affect existing and potential non-motorized users. The summary will include accident trends and identify opportunities for traffic calming measures and complete street design.
- Land Use Analysis. This memo will include an analysis of existing land use patterns, the City and County General Plans, and Specific Plans to identify location efficiency opportunities, based on field observations, GIS data and information gathered from the community through field activities and the community survey.
- Economic Analysis. This memo will include an analysis of existing economic trends and plans to integrate recreational trails into economic development strategies. The document will also include a baseline identification of the current economic impact of non-motorized/recreational facilities, based upon an analysis of employment in this sector and economic multiplier analysis.
- Draft Master Plan. The Draft Plan will be based on community input and ongoing direction from the Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC), Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), and the City. The Draft Master Plan will include a series of maps documenting existing conditions, key analysis and recommendations.
- Final Master Plan. The Final Plan will be based on direction from the project committees and City staff, as well as feedback provided during the Draft Plan review from the community, Planning Commission and City Council.