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Kaka'ako Framework Complete Streets Process

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Evan Corey

on 21 January 2013

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Transcript of Kaka'ako Framework Complete Streets Process

Creating Complete Streets in Kaka'ako Kaka'ako Complete Streets STEP 1:
Establish Goals and Principles STEP 2:
Network Priorities STEP 3:
Land Use + Demands Creating great streets for people Develop a framework that integrates:
Community development goals
Land use and competing demands
Needs for district mobility and station/destination access
Balanced street design
Priority for the movement of each mode
Relationship to other streets in the network
Available right-of-way Creating Complete Streets in Kaka'ako Kaka'ako Complete Streets What is the Complete Streets Process in Kaka'ako? Iterative Process Complete Streets Framework Street Connections ?? Street-by-street determination Balanced Network Developing a balanced network of streets that supports land use, balances mobility needs, and creates great places The Challenge: Street by Street Modal Priorities Relationship to:
Buildings
Urban Form
Access Needs (stations/destinations/H1)
Delivery Needs
Through movement STEP 4:
Initial Testing STEP 5:
Finalize Complete Street Typologies
and Design Guidelines Transportation System Criteria Establishing appropriate typologies to allow for performance measures that balance all modes Person Delay/
Corridor Travel Speeds Transit Quality of Service Bicycle LOS PLOS/PEQI Develop design guidelines that ensure clear, organized, and balanced street design Cross section options for different street types based on land use and available ROW THE TASK:
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