Why does the City need a Mobility Plan?

St. Johns County continues to be one of the fastest growing areas in the U.S. and the City continues to experience strong growth in visitors to its Historic Districts. Long term residents of the City have experienced first-hand the effects of growth and the associated increase in traffic on residential streets in search of on-street parking and seeking to avoid congestion. The City is also experiencing increasing in-fill and redevelopment activity. This activity, combined with growth in County residents and visitors to the City, creates a need for mobility solutions.

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1. What is a Mobility Plan?
2. Why does the City need a Mobility Plan?
3. How can the Mobility Plan address congestion?
4. What type of projects are included in the Mobility Plan?
5. How will the City fund Mobility Plan projects?
6. How will the City prioritize Mobility Plan projects?
7. What is a Mobility Fee?
8. What is Transportation Concurrency?
9. Is the City repealing Transportation Concurrency?
10. How was the Mobility Fee developed?
11. When is the City going to adopt Mobility Fees?
12. Who pays a Mobility Fee?
13. When does new development activity pay its Mobility Fees?
14. How is a Mobility Fee determined for new development?
15. Are offsets or credits available for Mobility Fees?
16. What happens to Mobility Fees paid to the City?
17. Where can Mobility Fees be spent?
18. What can Mobility Fees be spent on?