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TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

Create a livable City with an efficient and innovative multi-modal transportation system, increased economic development opportunities, a unique character and a high quality of life.

Goals

bullet Create strong, safe neighborhoods
bullet Design a multi-modal transportation system strategy
bullet Create and maintain safe, efficient transportation corridors
bullet Improve airport's ability to serve as economic development engine
bullet Create/Maintain regional partnerships
bullet Ensure public involvement

Thoroughfare Development Plan (TDP)

Streets provide for the movement of people and goods to, from and through the City and are carefully planned to ensure adequate circulation and access. Transportation system planning is done through the City’s Thoroughfare Development Plan, a long-range plan that identifies the location and type of roadway facilities that are needed to meet projected long-term growth within the City. The Thoroughfare Plan serves as a tool to enable the City to preserve future corridors for transportation system development as the need arises. It is not a list of construction projects but rather identifies proposed general alignments for roadways and provides guidelines for the design of each type of roadway.

bullet Current TDP Map/Flexible Design Matrix (Adopted 6/28/2011, Updated 2/25/2014)
bullet Current Context Zone Map (Adopted 6/28/2011, Updated 2/25/2014)
bullet Original Thoroughfare Development Plan Report (Adopted 6/28/2011) 

Bicycle/Pedestrian Planning

bullet Hike and Bike System Master Plan
bullet Bike Survey
bullet Join Arlington's Bicycle and Pedestrian Interested Parties list

Key Projects

bullet Heavy Duty Motor Vehicle Idling Restrictions
bullet Metro ArlingtonXpress
bullet Park & Ride information
bullet Pedicabs and NEV's-for-Hire
bullet Ride2Work
bullet Special Event Parking
bullet TollTags

Contact Information

Alicia Winkelblech, AICP, CNU-A
Planning Manager
Alicia.Winkelblech@Arlingtontx.gov
817-459-6686

Lyndsay Mitchell, AICP
Principal Planner
Lyndsay.Mitchell@arlingtontx.gov
817-459-6653

Hike and Bike Planning:
Christina Sebastian
AICP Planner
Christina.Sebastian@arlingtontx.gov
817-459-6678

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bullet Public Works and Transportation Homepage

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