What type of projects are included in the Mobility Plan?

The Mobility Plan consist of four (4) distinct plans that include projects for sidewalks, paths, trails, protected bike lanes, low speed shared streets, complete streets, and multimodal ways. The Plans also address both citywide and regional mobility through microtransit circulators, multimodal parking structures, water taxis, an aerial tramway, regional rail that will connect St. Augustine with Jacksonville, and several regional road projects to direct cut-through traffic around the City.

The Mobility Plan also includes policies for dynamic parking management strategies such as: (1) variable rates for parking meters, (2) programs that can provide City residents parking discounts or priority parking in certain areas, and (3) real time message boards at gateways to the City that direct visitors to either existing garages or future multimodal parking garages. These projects are intended to enhance mobility and safety, while also seeking to reduce congestion and traffic in residential neighborhoods.

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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?