- Jubail 2nd International City Planning Forum

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Integrating Land Use, Transportation, and
Infrastructure Planning
City Planning Conference
February 11-12, 2014
Presented by: Paul Bumstead
Dillon Consulting Limited
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VISION
GUIDING
PRINCIPLES
PROBLEMS &
OPPORTUNITIES
ALTERNATIVE
SOLUTIONS
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ALTERNATIVES
ACTION PLAN
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Background
Review
Assessment of
Opportunities
Land Use
Concept
Development
and Evaluation
Environmental
Screening
Transportation
and Traffic
Analysis
Utilities and
Infrastructure
Servicing
Analysis
Development
Criteria and
Phasing
Development
Criteria, Phasing
and
Implementation
Transportation
Policy Context
Vision, Goals, Principles
Land Use
Infrastructure
Market
Integrated
process
Urban Design
Environment
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Conceptual
Overall
Project
Drivers
• Policy drivers
(MPU & L&S
Strategy)
• Market
opportunities
• Environmental
constraints
Practical
Land Use &
Transportation
Options
Recommended
Land Use &
Transportation
Plan
• Fine-tuning of
• All options are
Recommended
formally assessed in
Option to ensure
Evaluation Matrix
practical
• Matrix criteria
implementation
reflects key project
• Informed by
drivers
evaluation results
Urban
Design &
Functional
Servicing
Implementation
& Phasing
• Detailed urban
and functional
design of
infrastructure to
ensure alignment
between
“conceptual” and
the “operational”
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Detailed
Design
• Provides
framework for
advancing the
Plan
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• Objectives
• Policy Context
• Guiding Principles
• Strategy
• Concept Plans
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• Develop land use &
• Test against evaluation
transportation alternatives criteria:
 Land Use
 Economic
ALTERNATIVE 2: CURVILINEAR
 Transportation
 Infrastructure
 Environment
 Security
ALTERNATIVE 4: CONCENTRATED
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Results of Assessment and
Evaluation of Criteria
• Initial Assessment
• Overall Ranking
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Confirmation and Feedback
from Stakeholders
• Fatal Flaws
• Priorities
• Criteria Weighting
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After Mitigation
Before Mitigation
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Utility Concepts Developed for
the following utilities:
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Surface Water Drainage
Potable Water (PW)
Sanitary Waste Water (SWW)
Irrigation Water
Power
Telecom
Dependence on existing
infrastructure and future plans for
adjacent areas
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Typical Urban Design & Site
Development Guidelines have five key
elements:
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3.
4.
5.
Design Vision & Themes
Structure Plan
Public Realm Guidelines
Site Development Guidelines
Visualizations/Concepts
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• Key factors:
• Market demand for land
• Ease of implementation for transportation/ infrastructure
• Ensure coordinated approach to development
• Avoid large stretches of vacant land
• Align with demand trends & allocation strategy
• Allow for timely landscaping and design elements
• Provide flexibility for phasing transportation solutions
• Set priorities for spending program
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• Project Charters
• Phased Infrastructure
• Roads Projects
• Landscape and Irrigation
Projects
• Preliminary Capital Cost
Estimate
• Order of magnitude cost for
each project charter in each
phase.
• Schedule of Delivery
• Provide a high level schedule
• Identify the key milestones
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• High value for cross-discipline learning:
• nothing done in isolation
• all disciplines have an appreciation of the implications they
have on other work tasks
• High value added for the client:
• reduces the likelihood of re-work at the detailed design stage
• high value for team approach to subsequent tasks / projects
• Commitment by team (consultant and client) to
communicate through each phase of process
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