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File #: 22-566    Version: Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/29/2022 Departments: PLANNING AND BUILDING
On agenda: 7/26/2022 Final action: 7/26/2022
Title: Recommendation to: A) Find Connect the Coastside: The San Mateo County Midcoast Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan, to be consistent with the County General Plan and Local Coastal Program; and B) Adopt a resolution to adopt Connect the Coastside: The San Mateo County Midcoast Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan.
Attachments: 1. 20220726_r_ PLN 2014-00430, 2. 20220726_Att A_ Connect the Coastside Final Draft_Oct 2021.pdf, 3. 20220726_Att B_ Connect the Coastside Final Draft_Appendices_Oct 2021.pdf, 4. 20220726_Att C_ CTC CEQA Considerations Memo Final.pdf, 5. 20220726_Att D_ PLN 2014-0043 Planning Comm Staff Report 4-27-22 .pdf, 6. Item No. 5 - Connect the Coastside.pdf
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Steve Monowitz, Community Development Director
Subject: Consideration of Connect the Coastside, the San Mateo County Midcoast Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan

County File Number: PLN 2014-00430
(San Mateo County Planning and Building Department)


RECOMMENDATION:
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Recommendation to:

A) Find Connect the Coastside: The San Mateo County Midcoast Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan, to be consistent with the County General Plan and Local Coastal Program; and

B) Adopt a resolution to adopt Connect the Coastside: The San Mateo County Midcoast Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan.

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BACKGROUND:
Policy 2.53 (Transportation Management Plan) of the 2021 California Coastal Commission-certified Midcoast Local Coastal Program (LCP) requires San Mateo County to prepare a Comprehensive Transportation Management Plan (CTMP) that addresses the transportation impacts of future development. On May 20, 2014, the Board of Supervisors approved Resolution No. 073197, executing an agreement with DKS Associates to develop the CTMP, which was branded "Connect the Coastside" (CTC or Plan). Connect the Coastside's Study Area includes land area south of the Tom Lantos Tunnels (Devil's Slide) to the southern terminus of Half Moon Bay, including areas west and east of Highway 1 (to Interstate 280), as well as land areas proximate to Highway 92, from Highway 1 to Interstate 280. Developing CTC involved:

1. Assessing existing development and transportation conditions in the Study Area;

2. Projecting cumulative development and associated transportation system impacts;

3. Identifying potential infrastructure, policies, programs, and plans to mitigate impacts based on the analysis and building upon previous planning efforts, like the Highway 1 Safety and Mobility Studies; and

4. Developing and refining recommendations throug...

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