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Planning - Standards, Policies, Programs
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Periodically update the City’s inventory of transportation conditions, existing level of service and projected level of service.

Complete the plan for non-motorized transportation improvements consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan, including a review of the Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities Plan and its design standards.

Develop a neighborhood parking program to address parking overflow impacts from schools, businesses, parks and multi-family housing.

Revise design standards as necessary to comply with ADA requirements.

Continue to involve the public in transportation planning and decisions.

Create “transit friendly” design guidelines for new development projects in the Town Center.

Develop policies, criteria and a process to determine when, and under what conditions, private roads and privately-maintained roads in public rights of way should be accepted for public maintenance and improvement.

Implement the City’s adopted Commute Trip Reduction program.