Access management, land development, subdivision regulations, multimodal, comprehensive planning
This report updates the report “Model Land Development & Subdivision Regulations that Support Access Management for Florida Cities and Counties” (Model Regulations), which was completed for the Florida Department of Transportation in January 1994 to address safety and operational problems associated with unmanaged land division activity and development access along the state highway system. The Model Regulations have been an invaluable resource to local governments in Florida, as well as and nationally, and have advanced state and local coordination in access management. This research project updates the Model Regulations to incorporate contemporary national best practices and multimodal objectives. Additional information is also provided on the regulatory techniques, as well as guidance on implementation as obtained from supporting research and actual practice.
Scholar Commons Citation
Williams, Kristine M. and Barber, Joshua, "Model Access Management Policies and Regulations for Florida Cities and Counties (2nd. Ed)" (2017). Transportation Planning, Policy, and Processes (TP3) Final Reports. 25.
Project No.: FDOT BDV25 Task Work Order #931-10