Land Use Analysis Program
The Land Use Analysis Program is one of the legislatively required elements of the Alameda CTC Congestion Management Program. The goals of the Land Use Analysis Program are to:
Alameda CTC conducts the following activities as part of the Land Use Analysis Program:
Alameda CTC reviews and comments on Transportation Impact Analyses (TIAs) of large land use development projects to assess impacts of individual development actions on the regional transportation system and to ensure that significant impacts are appropriately mitigated. Alameda CTC integrates its project review with the California Environmental Quality Act project review timeline. Alameda CTC reviews land use projects that will cause a net increase of 100 or more p.m. peak hour trips. Projects can include development projects as well as plans such as specific plans or master plans.
Alameda CTC has established guidelines regarding which land use projects must conduct a CMP analysis as well as types of impacts that should be studied, and acceptable/preferred methodologies. More information is available for project sponsors and local jurisdictions about CMP Land Use Analysis Program Traffic Impact Analysis requirements.
A table of development projects in the review process between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 is available.
Alameda CTC works with local jurisdictions to review housing and job projections from the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) and to allocate regional land use forecasts into the Alameda Countywide Travel Demand Model. Alameda CTC works to synthesize ABAG’s regional projections with local knowledge to determine where future development might occur at a detailed local level.
Alameda CTC oversees and develops a variety of initiatives and planning activities that strengthen connections between transportation and land use:
For more information about these activities, see the Transportation-Land Use Integration web page.
Alameda CTC monitors trends in performance measures and uses results of this monitoring to inform planning and funding decisions. Monitoring efforts related to transportation-land use coordination include: