CHAPTER 5 Supporting the Vision’s Goals
Supporting actions to consider: • Enhance community character and neighborhood identity by encouraging high standards of excellence for architecture and streetscape design. • Identify targeted areas for renewal, and encourage and incentivize development in those areas. • Collaborate to implement community plans. • Retrofit existing commercial roadways to accommodate pedestrian and bike facilities. • Invest in public amenities to attract people to targeted areas. • Leverage regional investments in transportation through targeted local improvements such as parks and open space, streetscape, schools, and community centers. Potential strategy to achieve goal #4: 3. Retrofit existing neighborhoods and design new neighborhoods to locate housing, amenities, shopping, transit, and current or future job centers close together. Supporting actions to consider: * Indicates specific strategies and actions that were part of the Show Your Love campaign and were supported by people across the region.
• Encourage, incentivize, and fund demonstration projects that promote compact, transit-oriented, walkable, and bicycle-friendly land uses, with a range of housing choices. • Encourage and incentivize development projects that locate housing, cultural and civic amenities, shopping, transit, and jobs close together. • Implement infrastructure financing methods to leverage transit-oriented development and increase private investment. • Improve pedestrian and bike access to transit stations and mixed-use districts, and ensure connections to and through residential areas. • Plan land-use and transportation investments to protect, integrate with, and create access to nature.
Our Greater San Diego Vision
Published on Jul 9, 2012
San Diego County is a vast area of more than4,500 square miles, larger than the states of RhodeIsland and Delaware combined. The region isho...