The proposed Project includes the adoption of a freestanding Mobility Plan and amendments to the Transportation Chapter within the Downtown Community Plan. The existing Transportation Chapter would be replaced with a new Mobility Chapter consistent with the Mobility Plan. This planning effort was undertaken to address the changing priorities and needs of the multi-modal network within the urban setting, bringing forth improved connections and access for transit riders, bicyclists, and pedestrian, while maintaining roadway circulation for cars and commercial vehicles. The Mobility Plan provides for multi-modal transportation that connects to adjacent communities. This "layered network" approach prioritizes specific corridors for specific modes, including Greenways, Cycleways, Transitways, and Autoways, while still accommodating the non-prioritized modes.
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