Review of Cork Land Use / Transportation Plan
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Review of Cork Land Use / Transportation Plan by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (Firm)

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Published by [s.n.] in Cork .
Written in English


  • Transportation -- Ireland.,
  • Transportation -- Planning.

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Edition Notes

A review of the 1978 LUTS plan.

Other titlesCork Land Use and Transportation Study.
StatementSkidmore, Owings & Merrill, the MVA Consultancy, the LUTS Review Team.
ContributionsMVA Consultancy., LUTS Review Team.
The Physical Object
Pagination160p. :
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16782158M

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Strategy, Cork Area Strategic Plan (CASP) and the Cork Metropolitan Cycle Network Plan. The Strategy will provide a coherent transport planning policy framework and implementation plan around which other agencies involved in land use planning, environmental protection, and delivery of other infrastructure such as housing and.   The numbers of journeys undertaken by people using public transport in Cork will grow significantly between and under the Cork Transport Strategy launched today. As reported in The Echo this week, the plan proposes a new LUAS system for Cork along with a major upgrade of the city's bus, rail, cycle and pedestrian networks.   A FORTHCOMING transport plan for Cork will include ‘a total package’ of sustainable transport, the head of Cork City Council has said. The Cork Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy (CMATS) is set to map out the prospect of direct connectivity from Ballincollig to . A Local Area Plan (LAP) is a statutory land-use plan for any urban area in need of economic, physical and social renewal or likely to be subject to large scale redevelopment. The plan is subordinate to, and must be consistent with the Development Plan.

within the residential land supply for the County Metropolitan Cork Strategic Planning Area. The plan estimated that a strategic reserve of ha minimum should be provided for in the subsequent review of the Local Area Plans, to provide headroom of 33% and to take account of anticipated economic and population growth within Metropolitan Cork. Bus Éireann operate a huge number of routes from Cork City centre to all parts of Cork including towns and villages on the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland’s Ancient East. Cork’s main bus station is located at Parnell Place in the city centre, all intercity services to the county leave from here. Douglas Land Use & Transportation Strategy - Environmental ; Douglas Land Use & Transportation Strategy - Final Resolution of Shannonpark Master Plan Amendment to the Carrigaline Electoral Area Local Area Plan pdf; Cork County Council, Planning Policy Unit. Connection between land use and transportation in land use plans NCDOT Research Project , Final Report iv and policy recommendations) but weak in terms of substantive aspects of the connection between transportation and land use (i.e., goals and policies emphasized through the plans and plan implementation efforts).

Cork County Development Plan Review Section 12(4) Chief Executive’s Report: Volume One June, 9 Section 1(b): Chief Executive’s Key Issues and Response 1. Core Strategy A. Housing Land Supply and Zoning Policy Framework for Local Area Plans Main Issues 1. Strategic land use impacts (sprawl versus smart growth) Transportation diversity and equity impacts Per-capita crash risk Public fitness and health impacts Travelers’ preferences for alternative modes (e.g., for walking and cycling) Conventional transportation planning tends to focus on a limited set of impacts. Other impacts tend to be. Step 1 is the foundation of the land-use plan. Misconceptions arising at this stage may be difficult to clear up later. In particular, it is essential to develop close working relationships between the land users, the decision-makers, the planning team and other participants of the planning process. Context. The Cork City Local Economic & Community Plan (LECP) – will be is an action driven plan used to guide economic and community development in the city over the next six years. This plan will seek s to build on the structures, work and achievements of Cork – Imagine Our Future (Cork City Council, ) and on the work of the Cork City Development Board.