The Project is responsible for the design and construction of a 19.6 mile, double track system. These reports offer a month-by-month progress report.
METRO's management is responsible for establishing and maintaining an internal control structure designed to ensure that the assets of METRO are protected from loss, theft or misuse and to ensure that adequate accounting data are compiled to allow for the preparation of financial statements.
The Operating and Capital Budget is prepared with the goal of delivering a fiscally prudent, balanced budget. A Five-Year Capital and Operating Program identifies anticipated capital projects, their anticipated capital and operating costs, and funding sources.
* Developing a policy toolbox for the post-proposition 207 environment * Strategic package of tools * Encouraging transit oriented development: case studies that work * Impact of TOD and smart growth incentives on development in Phoenix * Next steps to promote transit-oriented development in Metropolitan Phoenix
The goal of the Tempe Streetcar Urban Design Guidelines is to develop a set of design parameters for the designers who will be involved later during the design process. This is not a document that replaces other City of Tempe or METRO design guidelines, but rather assembles into one place some of the overarching aspirations of the community, the City of Tempe and METRO.
METRO will be recognized as a trusted and respected community partner and visionary leader that provides a premier regional rail transit system with a commitment to excellence and safety, which provides value, enhances quality of life and is a point of pride for our community.
The development of a Life Cycle program began for each of the three major transportation elements identified within the Regional Transportation Plan. The RPTA is responsible for preparation of the transit component of the Life Cycle program, and METRO has been further delegated the responsibility to prepare the high capacity transit/light rail transit element.
METRO has received a Finding of No Significant Impact from the Federal Transit Administration that signifies METRO has complied with all federal environmental laws. To document any potential environmental impacts of the project, METRO prepared an Environmental Assessment for the Central Mesa extension of light rail on Main Street to Mesa Drive in accordance with requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969.
The Central Avenue Corridor Workshop is a key step in the planning process for economic development strategies in the Corridor. Through this Workshop, the City completed the phase of economic development planning, by building consensus amongst real estate brokers, developers and community representatives.
This Light Rail Transit corridor market analysis was done to identify and evaluate market-based development opportunities around planned light rail transit stations in the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa.This report presents the findings and recommendations for each of the 12 highest-rated opportunity sites along the LRT corridor. This final document is intended to inform discussions among Valley Metro Rail, the participating cities, and prospective developers about the types of uses that could be developed on each of those sites, and how that development should be pursued and promoted.
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