Guiding Principle: Transportation and land use (DRAFT)


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Serve as a critical element of the region’s transportation and land use system
Safety

Goal:

Improve connectivity to local and regional transportation systems

Objectives:
Explore integration of rail and rapid bus service along El Camino Real corridor to support growing corridor demand

Prioritize intermodal connectivity in infrastructure design and service planning

Improve intermodal way finding information for customers

Participate in and influence regional initiatives related to the integration of fares and payment, information systems and marketing

Goal:
Promote alternative modes of station access and egress
Objectives:
Develop strategies to increase returns from existing revenue streams (e.g. fares, parking, concessions, advertising and leases) Develop a station access plan based on the Caltrain Access Policy Statement

Complement the bikes on-board program by implementing the Caltrain Bicycle Access and Parking Plan

Pursue strategies that enhance first- and last-mile connections to stations

Goal:
Encourage transit supportive development at and around stations
Objectives:
Adopt a transit-oriented development policy

Participate in and influence local station area planning efforts along the corridor

In partnership with local jurisdictions, pursue development of transit supportive land uses that improve system operations

Goal:
Integrate with California’s statewide rail network
Objectives:
Support implementation of the Caltrain/HSR blended system in the Peninsula corridor with consideration of local community interests and concerns

Continue to accommodate freight and passenger tenants whose operations are compatible with Caltrain and blended system service

Partner with CHSRA, TJPA and the region, define roles and responsibilities, and implement the blended system

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5/21/14 - sp/rjc