Many roundabouts have been constructed within Licking County, Ohio and more will be constructed within the coming years. This Public Service Announcement examines the proper etiquette for using the roundabouts. While this video is fun and fictional, the do's and don'ts from this PSA should be practiced on the roadways wherever you encounter a roundabout.
This presentation was a collaborative effort of the Licking County Planning and Development Department and Jeanette DeRenne, AICP of the Pima County, Arizona Department of Transportation. The presentation was given at the 2015 APA Arizona State Planning Conference in Tucson, Arizona. The topic of this presentation was on the integration of state of the art technologies in small planning departments.
The presentation explains a fly-by growth & development of SR161 Corridor. It introduces the concept of MIT (Manufacturing, Innovation, and Technology) Boulevard.
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The purpose of the Buckeye Lake Land Use and Transportation Focus Plan is to create more vibrant livable communities that capitalize on the enormous resource known as Buckeye Lake. This plan demonstrates how proper preparations can position communities to take advantage of the new Buckeye Lake and the increased attention it will bring.
Slides from LCATS Board Meeting-July 14, 2015
The long-range transportation plan describes the transportation improvements envisioned for the next twenty years. It serves as a guide for the LCATS Policy Committee to make decisions regarding transportation improvements within the LCATS Service area.
The purpose of the Corridor Concept Plan was to work with the Steering Committee to identify principles to utilize in creating the development plan. The conceptual development framework describes the community’s intent for where and how future growth and development should occur along the SR 161 Western Corridor. It consists of principle statements that describe that intent in words and a map that illustrates where these concepts apply geographically.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a four-year short-range document that is the implementation of the Long-Range Transportation Plan. The LCATS TIP demonstrates consistency with the LCATS Transportation Plan. The TIP covers four years of federal transportation funding.
LCATS traced the funding and implementation of surface transportation projects and programs in the past and reported the progress of projects in the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). This report is intended to meet the requirements of MAP-21 as noted above. LCATS uses Ohio’s State Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016) for reporting.