U.S. Route 202 Section 100 - Land Use Implementation and Coordination

U.S. Route 202 Section 100 - Land Use Implementation and Coordination

Product No.: 08004
Date Published: 01/2008

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This document updates and builds on the analysis and recommendations included in Route 202 Section 100 Land Use Strategies Study, which was completed by DVRPC in 2001. Consistent with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's planned widening of the corridor, local land use and transportation strategies are explored and the coordination and implementation of "smart growth" planning techniques is encouraged. Recommendations included in this report cover such areas as multi-municipal planning, access management, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, transit-oriented development, and historic preservation. Applicable planning tools are identified and described, and sample ordinances are provided for local adoption.

Geographic Area Covered: Birmingham, Thornbury, West Goshen, and Westtown townships in Chester County; Bethel, Chadds Ford, Concord, and Thornbury townships in Delaware County.

Key Words: land use, transportation, planning implementation tools, access management, bicycle and pedestrian planning, multi-municipal planning, official map, historic preservation.

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