1 40 Years of Smart Growth Arlington County s Experience with Transit Oriented Development in the Rosslyn-Ballston Metro Corridor A presentation by the Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing and Development, Planning Division October 20, 2015 Photo Credit: Arlington County Staff.
2 Agenda Arlington Overview Setting the Stage Arlington History Planning for Metro How We did It Sector Plans Site Plans Mid Course Review Then & Now Where are we now? Measuring Success Lessons Learned Challenges Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
3 Setting the Stage Located in the core of a rapidly growing Washington region (over 5 million residents, 3 million jobs and 1,200 sq. miles of urbanized area)
4 Arlington Overview Arlington County 25.8 square miles Population 215,000 (2014) Employment 220,600 (2014) Housing Units 109,000 (2014) Daytime Population 302,600 (2013) 11 Metrorail Stations
5 Setting the Stage Arlington County million sq. Ft. Office Declining retail corridors Emerging market for government office space Strong single family neighborhoods Large number of garden apartments, some of which were beginning to decline 97,505 jobs 71,230 housing units R-B Corridor: 1972 Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
6 Setting the Stage 1979 First Year Metro Started Service Ballston Metro Virginia Square Metro Clarendon Metro Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
7 Then & Now Rosslyn 1950s-1960s Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
8 Then & Now Courthouse 1950s-1960s Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
9 Then & Now Clarendon 1920s-? Arlington s Old Downtown Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
10 Then & Now Ballston 1970s Metro Entrance Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
11 Setting the Stage Years of Metro Ballston Metro Virginia Square Metro Photo Credit: Pictometry International Corporation.
12 Setting the Stage Years of Metro Court House Metro Rosslyn Photo Credit: Pictometry International Corporation.
13 Setting the Stage 1960s and 1970s Metro Station Renderings Beginning of the planning for a regional transit system Embarked on an ambitious community planning effort Had already debated the impacts of development vs the benefits of growth and decided we wanted to encourage growth as well as encourage riders Photo Credit: Images originally produced by WMATA. Found in the RB 72 Land Use Alternatives, Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
14 Setting the Stage The Proposed Metrorail Route Arlington lobbied strongly for an underground route along the old commercial corridor vs along the median of future highway Proposed Route Approved Route Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
15 Setting the Stage The Bull s Eye Concentrate high and mid-density redevelopment around transit stations (highly targeted) and taper down to existing neighborhoods Encourage a mix of uses and services in station areas Create high quality pedestrian environments and enhanced open space Preserve and reinvest in established residential neighborhoods Image Source: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development. Found in the RB 72 Land Use Alternatives.
16 How We Did It The General Land Use Plan (GLUP) Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor General Land Use Plan Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development. Image from 2011 GLUP map.
17 Setting the Stage Walkability & Multimodal Transportation Planning Focus community development around transit and require appropriate investments in transportation Emphasize community walkability Maximize travel choice for residents, workers and visitors Provide comprehensive and easy to access information about travel options Employ transportation demand management strategies Manage curb-space and parking efficiently Emphasize multi-modal street operations Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
18 Sector Plans How We Did It Adopted a corridor-wide GLUP based on agreed-to development goals Then focused on developing sector plans to create distinctive urban villages Overall vision for each station area Desired public improvements Location for retail Urban design standards Public infrastructure needs Open space, streetscape standards Each focused on an area of approximately 1/4 mile to ½ mile from the metro station Source: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
19 How We Did It Zoning Planning for Metro 11 % of county (2 rail corridors) re-planned to encourage mixed-use, high density development Zoning in the 89% was primarily low density so little unplanned development can happen General Land Use Plan For Metro Corridors Land remains zoned for low density, but GLUP indicates willingness to rezone for higher density. In response to proposals, county would rezone to higher density as shown on GLUP Requires a special exception. Site Plan is used to approved the development. Requires County Board approval.
21 How We Did It Site Plan Site Plan is Approved IF: It complies with the standards of the zoning ordinance, Is in compliance with the mix required by the GLUP Provides the features called for in the sector plan for the area - including public improvements Matches the FORM identified in the Sector Plan Increased density in return for Building the development we want Where we want it And building significant amount of the required and desired public improvements LEED & Affordable Housing Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
22 Measuring Success Development 1970 OFFICE 5,568,600 SF 2013 OFFICE 22,880,000 SF RESIDENTIAL 7,000 UNITS RESIDENTIAL 30,090 UNITS RETAIL 865,507 RETAIL 3,108,000 SF JOBS 22,000 Photo Credit: Flickr User M.V. Jantzen. JOBS 91,400 (2014) Prepared by Community Planning, Housing and Development - Planning Division: Planning, Research and Analysis Team (PRAT), April 2012.
23 Measuring Success Real Estate Assessments $27.5 billion of a total $57.5 billion in assessed land and improvements value in the county is in the metro corridors which is 11% of total land Today Arlington has more office space than downtown Dallas, Los Angeles, Denver, or Boston County has maintained low property tax rate ($1.006 per $100 fmv for 2013) and maintains amongst the highest levels of services Tax base divided between 46% commercial and 54% residential County consistently maintains AAA bond rating from all rating agencies
24 Measuring Success Balanced Development % % 80.00% 60.00% 40.00% 20.00% 0.00% Retail Hotel Residential Office Crystal City Pent City Rosslyn Court House Clarendon Virginia Square Ballston Prepared by Community Planning, Housing and Development - Planning Division: Planning, Research and Analysis Team (PRAT), April 2012.
25 EPA Smart Growth Measuring Success Awards EPA Smart Growth League of American Bicyclists -- Bicycle Friendly Community designation APTA -- Outstanding Public Transportation System Award (for ART) American Podiatric Association -- Best Walking City in America APA and ULI Regional and National Recognition APA Great Streets Award Congress for New Urbanism
26 Lessons Learned Transit investments can be used as a catalyst to reshape communities Multimodal transportation strategies can result in substantial benefits allowing continued growth with less reliance on autos Establish the vision, design supportive public policies/plans and tools and be patient Build community consensus Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
27 Lessons Learned Ensure that transit is integrated with development not secondary An attractive and functional pedestrian environment is important Develop public-private partnerships to continue consensus building and assist in the implementation Integrity of plan be consistent Do the detailed planning at the sector area to avoid the battles at development review time
28 Lessons Learned Station areas must be able to satisfy the daily needs of users if they are to really to leave their cars behind (mixed use) Reduce parking requirements Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
29 Ongoing Commitments Refining the Vision Affordable Housing Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Ground Floor Retail and Commercial Space Parking Pedestrian improvements Expansion of transportation options Architecture & Urban Design
30 Conclusion R-B Corridor Today Photo Credit: Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
31 Contact Information Robert J. Duffy, AICP Planning Director Department of Community Planning and Development
32 Where are we now? Demographic Overview R-B Corridor is 21% of the County Population The R-B Corridor is young. According to the 2010 Census, Arlington County had the highest percentage of Year Olds out of any other city or county in the U.S. Source: American Community Survey Year Sample. Tabulated by the Planning Research and analysis Team, Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
33 Where are we now? Demographic Overview 70% of R-B Corridor residents are white 82% of R-B residents have a Bachelor s degree or higher. Median Household Income for R-B Corridor: $92,000 - $98,000 (2010 dollars) Source: American Community Survey Year Sample. Tabulated by the Planning Research and analysis Team, Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
34 Where are we now? Demographic Overview R-B Corridor: 40% of residents take public transportation to work. R-B Corridor has Car-Light households 16% have no vehicle available. 59% have one available. Source: American Community Survey Year Sample. Tabulated by the Planning Research and analysis Team, Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing & Development.
35 Measuring Success High Transit Accessibility for Jobs and People 2010 People Jobs Metrorail 16% 59% 0 - ¼ Mile Metrorail 34% 80% 0 ½ Mile Any Transit 0 ¼ Mile 97% 99% Prepared by Community Planning, Housing and Development - Planning Division: Planning, Research and Analysis Team (PRAT), December
36 Measuring Success Balanced Development = Balanced Ridership For All Arlington Stations Source: WMATA
37 Measuring Success METRO RIDERSHIP (Average daily entries and exits) 1991 ROSSLYN 13,637 COURT HOUSE 5,561 CLARENDON 2,964 BALLSTON 9, ROSSLYN 33,891 COURT HOUSE 14,640 CLARENDON 8,617 BALLSTON 23,641 Source: WMATA
38 Measuring Success Car ownership (vehicles per household) Nationally, almost 91% have a car; 58% have 2 or more In Fairfax, 96% have at least one; 66% have 2 or more Arlington: 12% have zero cars; less than 40% have 2 or more Source: Year American Community Survey Prepared by Community Planning, Housing and Development - Planning Division: Planning, Research and Analysis Team (PRAT), April 2012.
39 Measuring Success Numbers are more dramatic in Arlington s Metro corridors Car ownership: 16.7% have zero cars, while less than 25% have 2 or more Getting to work: Less than half drive alone (39.8%) 42.8% use transit 9.5% walk or bike 3.1% work at home Source: Year American Community Survey Prepared by Community Planning, Housing and Development - Planning Division: Planning, Research and Analysis Team (PRAT), April 2012.
40 Measuring Success Metrorail Station Access Rosslyn, Court House, Clarendon, Virginia Square, and Ballston stations East Falls Church, West Falls Church, Dunn Loring, and Vienna stations Source: WMATA 2007 Metrorail Passenger Survey
41 Measuring Success Arlington Metro Ridership Source: WMATA
42 Measuring Success Development Approval Trend Prepared by Community Planning, Housing and Development - Planning Division: Planning, Research and Analysis Team (PRAT), April 2012.
43 Measuring Success Real Estate Values in Transit Source: Arlington County Department of Real Estate Assessments
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