Phase 2: Policy Refinement
What plan adjustments should we be considering?
The second phase examined what plan adjustments could be considered in each focus area and was largely an inventory and learning effort. TAB, and then Council, were asked to confirm that the work of the phase was comprehensive, that the approach to each of the focus areas was reasonable, and that the presentation provided the basis to move into the plan development work of Phase 3. This phase also consisted of a series of focused subcommittee discussions by the TMP Study Committee supported by white papers providing background information and policy options for consideration.
Results of Phase 2
Phase 2 provided comprehensive information on possible options in the four policy focus areas. The research produced a list of more than 70 funding mechanisms as well as an initial screening of which options would work best for Boulder. In this phase, the approach to multimodal corridors was refined, focusing more on how the different modes of travel work together and how land use design influences travel choices. Another product was a first draft of a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Toolkit, listing options for improving how we manage the transportation system.
Summary of Analysis from Phase 2
- White Paper on Prioritization - To address the lack of a financially constrained element to the 1996 TMP, a prioritization effort was undertaken by staff and the Transportation Advisory Board in 1999.
- White Paper on Funding Scenario - At the request of City Council, a series of modal emphasis scenarios at existing funding levels was evaluated.
- Background Material on Analysis of Four Focus Areas
- Multimodal Corridors
- Regional Travel (34.91 KB)
- Transportation Demand Management (TDM)
Meetings Related to Phase 2
- July 23, 2002: City Council Agenda Item
- Additional Attachments to Council Agenda Item July 23, 2002
- Attachment A - is included in the Agenda Item
- Attachment B - Multimodal Policy Focus
- Multimodal Corridor Analysis Segments
- Facility Rating
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities and Performance
- Land Use
- Land Use and Performance
- Design and Performance
- Local and Regional Emphasis
- Attachment C - Regional Travel Policy Focus
- Regional Travel and Connections - Existing Conditions and Corridor Performance
- Existing and Future Socioeconomic Data in Regional Travelsheds
Transportation Advisory Board
- June 10, 2002 View meeting materials
- July 8, 2002 View meeting materials
- Meeting #4: April 15, 2002 View meeting agenda
- Subcommittee work in May/June 2002 on Finance and Multimodal Corridors
- Meeting #2: April 11, 2002 - View the meeting minutes
- Meeting #3: May 2, 2002 - View the meeting minutes
- Meeting #4: July 18, 2002 - View the meeting minutes
- Meeting #5: September 25, 2002 - View the meeting minutes
- July 8, 2002 - "What have we learned?" Having assessed where we were relative to the goals and policies of the 1996 TMP in the first phase of this update, four policy focus areas were established by Council for Phase 2. We explored best practices, options and working to better understand the areas of transportation funding, multimodal corridors, regional connections and transportation demand management (TDM).
View pdf versions of information presented at the open house. Some of these documents are larger than others and may take a few moments to open.
1. Open House Welcome Board
2. What is the Transportation Master Plan
3. TMP Update Schedule and Process
4. Multimodal Corridors Evaluation Process
5. Multimodal Corridors Comparisons and Relationships
6. Regional Travel Comparison
7. Regional Connections
8. TDM Screening Matrix
9. TDM Strategies for Implementation
10. Funding - Transportation Finance 2002
11. Funding - Preliminary Selection of Finance Tools
12. Why Four Focus Areas
Peer City Review of Transportation Demand Management (TDM)
- June 12, 2002 - A Look at TDM in Other Cities
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 10:00