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South Capitol District Planning Committee Meeting 071113

South Capitol District Planning Committee Meeting 071113

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A presentation detailing the results of a public meeting and survey for a district planning study of South Capitol Transit Oriented Development projects in Madison, WIsconsin, dated July 11, 2013.
A presentation detailing the results of a public meeting and survey for a district planning study of South Capitol Transit Oriented Development projects in Madison, WIsconsin, dated July 11, 2013.

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SOUTH CAPITOL DISTRICT PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING

JULY 11, 2013

PUBLIC MEETING OVERVIEW

AGENDA
1. General Project Introduction
1. Presentation 2. Q&A

2. Stations

STATION FORMAT
1. 2. Understanding Station Task Review Aerial Images and Context Evaluating Goals and Objectives Identifying Additional Goals Issues and Opportunities Prioritize Elements

3.
4.

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6.

Hand Outs

PUBLIC MEETING RESULTS

Attendance & Engagement
• 35 people signed in, had 60 chairs set up. Most were occupied • Good questions after presentation • Open format-Participants visited stations at their leisure • Good opportunities to mingle and discuss ideas • Good mix general public, planning committee, and staff

Station Two Intermodal Transit Center

Intermodal Transit Center Result Highlights
1. West Washington and Bedford most preferred with focus on serving campus Brayton Lot would serve different population and transit connections Strong affinity for DOA, based on comments, due to historical connection to high speed rail

2.

3.

Station Three Gateway Intersections

Gateway Intersection Result Highlights
1. Nolen/Blair/Wilson/ Willy intersection top concern. Many opinions on how to fix John Nolen/Broom received minimal attention John Nolen/Broom and John Nolen/North Shore could be fixed by managing traffic flow and timing of lights

2.

3.

Station Four Bridge Locations

Bridge Locations Result Highlights
1. Very little consensus on issues or opportunities for three locations Bridge seen as possible solution to Nolen/Blair/Wilson/ Willy St intersection Hancock Street location mentioned Undergrounding of John Nolen mentioned

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3. 4.

Station Five Trail Enhancements

Trail Enhancements Result Highlights
1. Safety and maneuverability received most attention Address pedestrian and bike crossings at intersections Bike elevator continues to be a sore spot Expand and separate pedestrian and bike paths

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3.

4.

Station Six Wilson Street

Wilson Street Result Highlights
1. Received the least amount of attention perhaps due to location of station Support for considering two-way conversion Bikes continue to need a place within the corridor

2.

3.

Questions?

PUBLIC SURVEY RESULTS

SURVEY Response Overview
• 326 survey participants
• Survey open for approximately four weeks • Three email blasts sent out over the course of the month

• QR code available at Public Meeting

SURVEY DEMOGRAPHICS
Age
• • 0 – 17: 0% 18 – 24: 5%

Gender
• Male: 55%
• Female: 43%

• 25 – 34: 26%
• • • • 35 – 44: 22% 45 – 54: 18% 55 – 64: 20% 65+: 9%

SURVEY DEMOGRAPHICS
Residence
• South side: 5%

Work
• South side: 6% • North side: 1% • Downtown: 58%

• North side: 2%
• Downtown: 35% • Near west side: 19% • Near east side: 25% • Far west side: 3% • Far east side: 3% • Suburbs: 9%

• Near west side: 14%
• Near east side: 8% • Far west side: 4% • Far east side: 5% • Suburbs: 3%

SURVEY RESULTS
Which mode(s) of transportation do you use to get to/travel through the South Capitol District?
• Car: 77% • Walk: 71% • Bike: 68% • Metro Transit: 35%

SURVEY RESULTS
What time of day do you visit/travel through the South Capitol District?
• Weekday – morning: 75% – midday: 62% – evening: 80% • Weekend – morning: 56% – midday: 60% – evening: 58%

SURVEY RESULTS
How do you commute to work Downtown?
• Bike: 35% • Personal vehicle: 30% • Walk: 23% • Bus: 11% • Car share program: 1%

ATTRIBUTES

ATTRIBUTES

Important/ Very Important
1. Lake Monona: 95% 2. Capital City Trail: 85%

3. Capitol Building: 83%

ATTRIBUTES

INTERMODAL TRANSIT CENTER

INTERMODAL TRANSIT CENTER

1. Washington/ Bedford: 42% 2. E. Washington/Butler /Hancock: 31%

3. E. Wilson/ S. Pinckney (DOA): 27%

INTERMODAL TRANSIT CENTER

1. Never: 40% 2. Weekly, monthly, or 23 times a year: 39% 3. Annually: 20%

INTERMODAL TRANSIT CENTER
• 81% of survey participants believe W. Washington Ave. and Bedford St. location is easily accessible by multiple modes of transit
– Brayton Lot more easily accessible due to multiple METRO lines BUT West Washington/Bedford closer to campus

• 77% of survey participants believe Brayton Lot should be part of a larger mixed-use redevelopment

INTERMODAL TRANSIT CENTER

1. Memorial Union: 30% 2. Capitol Square: 17%

3. Kelley’s Market: 15%

WILSON STREET OPPORTUNITIES

WILSON STREET OPPORTUNITIES

Important/ Very Important
1. Pedestrian safety: 91% 2. Bike safety: 90%

3. Streetscape improvements: 73%

WILSON STREET OPPORTUNITIES

1. Lack of bike counter flow lane: 50% 2. Heavy traffic: 49%

3. Lack of landscaping/ green space: 43%

WILSON STREET OPPORTUNITIES
Crosstab: participants who live Downtown

1. Lack of landscaping/ green space: 52% 2. Heavy traffic: 44% 2. Lack of bike counter flow lane: 44%

WILSON STREET OPPORTUNITIES

WILSON STREET OPPORTUNITIES
Are you in favor of considering converting Wilson Street into a two-way street even if it would result in a loss of parking? Yes: 41% No: 33% Undecided: 26%
Yes No Undecided

WILSON STREET OPPORTUNITIES
Are you in favor of considering converting Wilson Street into a two-way street even if it would result in a loss of parking? Crosstab: participants who live Downtown

Yes: 51%
No: 30% Undecided: 19%
Yes
No Undecided

CAPITAL CITY TRAIL PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLIST IMPROVEMENTS

CAPITAL CITY TRAIL PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLIST IMPROVEMENTS
1. Daily or weekly: 61% 2. Monthly: 22% 3. Never: 17%

CAPITAL CITY TRAIL PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLIST IMPROVEMENTS
Important/ Very Important 1. Designated pedestrian paths: 81%

2. Marked center lines: 71%
3. Trail lighting: 65%

CAPITAL CITY TRAIL PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLIST IMPROVEMENTS

BRIDGE CONCEPTS

BRIDGE CONCEPTS

1. Weekly or monthly: 60% 2. Never: 30% 3. Daily: 10%

BRIDGE CONCEPTS
Please rank the following bridge locations according to preference.
1. 2. 3. Henry Street and John Nolen Drive Butler Street and John Nolen Drive Franklin Street and John Nolen Drive

BRIDGE CONCEPTS

PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE CONCEPTS
Please rank the following bridge concepts according to preference.
1. 2. 3. Simple pedestrian/bike connection Extension of Law Park with park-like features Urban plaza similar to that of Monona Terrace

GATEWAY INTERSECTION CONCEPTS

GATEWAY INTERSECTION CONCEPTS
Please rank the following intersections according to level of need for reconfiguration.
1. 2. John Nolen/Blair/Wilson/Williamson John Nolen/North Shore

3. John Nolen/Broom

GATEWAY INTERSECTION CONCEPTS
Would the following improvements address the issues for the three gateway intersections?
• Wider sidewalks
– 57% voted yes for all three intersections

• Improved visibility
– 58% voted yes for all three intersections

• Increased traffic control
– 53% voted yes for all three intersections

• Turn lanes
– 53% voted to for all three intersections

GATEWAY INTERSECTION CONCEPTS
Please indicate the importance of the issues for each of the three gateway intersections.
• Safety
– 70% voted as very important for all three intersections

• Bike movement
– 56% voted as very important for all three intersections

• Pedestrian movement
– 53% voted as very important for all three intersections

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Recurring Responses

Hovenring
After

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Recurring Responses Millennium Park

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Recurring Responses John Nolen/Blair/Wilson/Williamson Intersection

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
Recurring Theme Safety
• What is the single biggest issue for Wilson Street? – 39% of open responses related to safety

• Rate the importance of the Capital City Trail features. – 39% of “other” responses related to safety
• What are the most important issues for the Capital City Trail? – 32% of open responses related to safety

Questions?

SURVEY DEMOGRAPHICS
Crosstab: participants who do not work Downtown. Which mode(s) of transportation do you use to get to/travel through the South Capitol District? Metro Walk Bike Car Transit 53% 67% 87% 27% (Work on the) (8) (10) (13) (4) South side 100% 67% 100% 67% North side (2) (3) (2) (3) 91% 66% 46% 60% Near west (32) (23) (16) (21) side Near east side Far east side 65% (13) 90% (9) 75% (9) 38% (3) 66% (23) 60% (6) 83% (10) 75% (6) 85% (17) 60% (6) 83% (10) 100% (8) 40% (8) 20% (2) 8% (1) 13% (1)

Far east side
Suburbs

SURVEY DEMOGRAPHICS
Crosstab: participants who do not live Downtown. Which mode(s) of transportation do you use to get to/travel through the South Capitol District?
Walk (Live on the) South side North side Near west side Near east side Far west side Far east side Suburbs 69% (9) Bike 69% (9) Car 92% (12) Metro Transit 39% (5)

80% (4) 61% (31) 69% (47)

60% (3) 80% (41) 88% (60)

60% (3) 78% (40) 63% (43)

40% (2) 41% (21) 46% (31)

43% (3)
38% (3) 44% (11)

57% (4)
50% (4) 28% (7)

86% (6)
100% (8) 92% (23)

43% (3)
13% (1) 12% 93)

SURVEY DEMOGRAPHICS
Crosstab: participants who do not live Downtown What time of day do you visit/travel through the South Capitol District?
Weekday morning
(Live on the) South side North side Near west side Near east side Far west side Far east side Suburbs

Weekday midday
70% (7)

Weekday evening

Weekend morning
80% (8)

Weekend midday
50% (5)

Weekend evening
50% (5)

90% (9)

100% (10)
60% (3) 83% (43) 82% (53) 71% (5) 63% (5) 80% (20)

40% (2) 69% (36) 73% (47) 71% (5) 75% (6)

60% (3) 58% (30) 59% (38) 43% (3) 63% (5)

20 % (1) 65% (34) 58% (37) 43% (3) 12.5% (1) 44% (11)

20% (1) 56% (29) 78% (50) 43% (3) 50% (4) 40% (10)

40% (2) 57% (30) 69% (44) 71% (5) 63% (5) 36% (9)

88% (22) 72% (18)

SURVEY DEMOGRAPHICS
Crosstab: participants who do not live Downtown. How often do you use Metro Transit?
Never (Live on the) South side North side Near west side Near east side Far west side Far east side Suburbs 54% (7) 20% (1) 29% (15) 25% (17) 57% (4) 63% (5) 80% (2) Daily 8% (1) 0% 10% (5) 19% (13) 0% 13% (1) 4% (1) Weekly 23% (3) 0% 29% (15) 22% (15) 43% (3) 25% (2) 8% (2) Monthly 15% (2) 80% (4) 33% (17 34% (23) 0% 0% 8% (2)

SURVEY DEMOGRAPHICS
Crosstab: participants who do not live Downtown. How often do you visit or travel through the South Capitol District?
Live in the S. Capitol District 23% (3) Once a day 23% (3) Multiple times a day 31% (4) Weekly 23% (3) Monthly 0%

(Live on the) South side North side

0%

0%

40% (2)

60% (3)

0%

Near west side
Near east side Far west side Far east side Suburbs

0%

29% (15)

27% (14)

42% (22)

2% (1)

6% (4) 0% 0% 0%

27% (18) 14% (1) 25% (2) 28% (7)

44% (30) 43% (3) 50% (4) 40% (10)

24% (16) 43% (3) 25% (2) 28% (7)

0% 0% 0% 4% (1)

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