GIS tools for strategic SB375 planning and program participation
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GIS tools for strategic SB375 planning and program participation

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    The just-completed (2009-2010) phase of this project corresponds to the second year of an envisioned three-year initiative on integrated transportation and land use planning supported by the Leonard Transportation Center (LTC) and USDOT, and performed by faculty and staff at Cal Poly Pomona under the leadership of Professor Michael Reibel. In the first phase of the project, Dr. Reibel's team engaged in research regarding local government GIS capabilities for integrated planning and specifically strategic compliance with the new transportation and land use planning mandates of California SB375. SB 375, which affects local agencies and metropolitan (regional) planning organizations (MPOs), requires far more integration of land use planning with transportation planning, and far more geospatial analysis than was previously necessary. In the 2009-2010 phase, a customized GIS computer application (the Toolkit) has been completed that significantly contributes to optimal SB375 compliance as well as to general local land use and transportation planning integration. A third and final year of the project has been funded by the LTC which will focus on the development and promotion of a training sequence and documentation materials to assist users in deriving maximum benefit from the Toolkit.
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