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Baytown, TX 77520
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Baytown Mobility Plan
The Baytown Mobility Plan is a comprehensive and multimodal plan to capture the City's goals as expressed in the 2007 Comprehensive Plan and 2008 Vision Statement. The result is a technical document containing a set of actionable infrastructure improvement projects, funding strategies and mechanisms, and mobility policies, plans and maps to help mold our future. It provides direction regarding all aspects of mobility in Baytown including the City’s major streets, sidewalks, hike and bike trails, bus routes, and even future commuter rail. The goals of the Mobility Plan are to:
- Develop a set of improvement projects addressing transportation modes that compliment each other. This multi-modal approach includes through and intra city vehicular, mass transit, park and ride, freight, pedestrian, bicycle, and future commuter rail;
- Develop a list of recommended projects that will form the basis for the five-year Capital Improvements Program (CIP);
- Develop a funding plan for recommended improvements by identifying preliminary costs, funding sources and mechanisms;
- Propose changes to the City’s subdivision regulations, roadway classification system, and street standards that are consistent with the findings of the Mobility Plan and best management practices; and
- Update the Major Thoroughfare Plan which is a map and spacing standards for arterial, collector, and local roads.
Click here for the Baytown Mobility Plan. The Baytown Mobility Plan can also be found listed below by each chapter and appendix.
Acknowledgements, Table of Contents, List of Acronyms
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Public Participation
Chapter 3. Land Use
Chapter 4. Travel Demand Model
Chapter 5. Cedar Bayou Roadway Crossing - (Removed Not Adopted)
Chapter 6. Cedar Bayou Port Infrastructure Analysis
Chapter 7. Multi-Modal Assessment
Chapter 8. Access Management
Chapter 9. Thoroughfare Plan Update
Chapter 10. Financing
Chapter 11. Conclusions and Recommendations
Appendix A. References
Appendix B. Public Participation
Appendix C. Cedar Bayou Crossing
Appendix D. Standards, Policies, and Ordinances
Appendix E. Conceptual Cost Estimates
Appendix F. Review of Comprehensive Plan and Ordinances
Appendix G. Intersection Analysis of Interstate 10 and Highway 146
View previous work and presentations that were completed prior to the draft of the Mobility Plan.
City Council Kickoff Meeting, January 27, 2011
Community Workshop, March 8, 2011
Community Workshop, October 12, 2011
Participant Handbook used at October 12, 2011 Community Workshop
Draft of Amended Future Land Use Map, October 12, 2011
Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting, November 16, 2011
Options for East/West Cedar Bayou Crossings
For more information on the Baytown Mobility Plan, contact the Planning and Development Services Department at 281-420-5394.