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Value Added Mobility Study (VAMS)

Project Overview Plan Hillsborough and University of South Florida have researched and compiled a review of case studies discussing value added or capture mechanisms deployed in the delivery of various transit systems, this review not only provided an evaluation of value added or capture options, but also recognized key persons and organizations whose insights may…

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Development in the Coastal High Hazard: Best Practices Policy Analysis (2020)

The Development in the Coastal High Hazard (CHHA) Area: A Best Practices Policy Analysis report evaluates how staff determines consistency with the Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa Comprehensive Plans regarding applications for density increases in the Coastal High Hazard Area (CHHA). Of particular concern was whether policies and criteria in our Comprehensive Plans…

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Industrial Lands Study

Project Overview Since 2012, Hillsborough County has lost nearly 1 in 5 acres of industrial lands. In response, the Planning Commission has been looking at various ways to protect this strategic resource. Staff has conducted an analysis of industrial lands and policy approaches from other communities focusing on industrial preservation. Read the report here – Industrial…

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Review of Agrihood Case Studies

Overview Demand for master community developments centered around golf courses with acres of fairways and putting greens has decreased in recent years while Agrihoods have grown in popularity. Agrihoods are meant to preserve natural lands and existing farmland by allocating space for agriculture, food production, and natural features in development. Agrihoods are primarily within master-planned…

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Gibsonton Community Profile

Project Overview What is the intent of the Community Profile? The purpose of the Gibsonton Community Profile is to provide an analysis of market and economic development trends affecting demand for new development and redevelopment in the Gibsonton Community Plan area. The profile will examine current data for patterns and trends in the overall Gibsonton…

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Wimauma Village Residential-2 (WVR-2) and Community Plan Update

Atención: Para traducir esta página al español, seleccione el idioma arriba en el menú “Select Language”. Si necesita servicios de traducción adicionales, por favor llame al 813-272-5940 y marque el 1. Project Overview This study will provide an analysis of development trends affecting current and future development in the Wimauma area, and with community input,…

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Residential Planned-2 (RP-2) Land Use Study

Project Overview The purpose of this study was to provide an analysis of development trends affecting current and future development for Residential Planned-2 (RP-2) designated lands located in Balm and Sun City Center, and with community input, make changes to the requirements of that land use category. Atención: Si necesita servicios de traducción, por favor…

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Ruskin Community Profile

The Ruskin Community Profile is based on current background data of issues, patterns, and trends. Includes text, tables, charts, maps, and graphics of the demographic, social, economic, land use and infrastructure. Published August 2019. Includes Executive Summary, Background, SWOT Survey, Socioeconomic Summary, Economics/Employment, Unemployment/Areas of Concern, Environment, Zoning, Ruskin Community Infrastructure, Ruskin Community Facilities/Services, Ruskin Capital…

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Ybor City Vision 2020

City of Tampa – Ybor City Development Corporation (YCDC)  asked the Planning Commission to help create a new Vision Plan for the Ybor City 1 and 2 Community Redevelopment Areas (CRA) of the City of Tampa. Ybor City, only one of two nationally recognized landmark districts in Florida, has a unique background and diverse cultural…

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Urban Design for Shared Mobility

The use of autonomous vehicles to support public transportation needs in Florida is an emerging issue. The integration of these technologies could challenge a range of current planning assumptions, from the municipal ownership of public transportation assets to the local land-use plan policies required to accommodate such use.  Much of what will ultimately be required…

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East Fowler Avenue Land Use Study: A Discussion of Future Land Use Options

Phase I: Background Report, Updated Draft: 01.29.19 The East Fowler Avenue Land Use Study includes a review existing development conditions, zoning and future land uses, and strategic objectives of anchor institutions of the area (represented by the Tampa Innovation Partnership (Tampa !p) Executive Board, along the corridor. The study area is generally for I-275 to…

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Hillsborough County East Rural Agriculture Reserve Study

Based on direction from the Board of County Commissioners, Planning Commission staff recently completed a draft analysis of the adopted Goals, Objectives and Policies in the Comprehensive Plan related to the rural area and agricultural uses. The study area is generally south of SR 60, north of the Manatee County Line, and outside the Urban…

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Food Innovation District Best Practices Guide

There is increasing demand for innovative locally grown food products. Nationwide, innovation is occurring in research and development, growing, production, distribution and preparation of food. As demonstrated by a nationwide trend in communities around the United States, food innovation has the potential to create economic and community benefits as well as promote food security and…

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Downtown Tampa Parking User Survey

The Downtown Tampa Parking Survey was conducted between November 2016 and February 2017 with a total of 1,428 responses collected. Responses to the various questions have provided insight to the City of Tampa and the Tampa Downtown Partnership about potential improvements that could be made to increase parking satisfaction.  For more information, please contact Jay…

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Downtown Tampa Public Parking Garage Assessment

In 2017, a parking scorecard to assess the inventory of public parking structures in Downtown Tampa was developed. Using the scorecard a study assessed four dimensions of parking structures to evaluate the user experience related to accessibility, efficiency, aesthetics, and safety. Data collected from this assessment may help facilitate changes to the existing public parking…

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