Envision Franklin

154 ENVISION FRANKLIN | Appendix FIGURE F.1: CORRIDOR CHARACTER MATRIX APPENDIX F CORRIDORTYPE & DEFINITION CONTEXT CONTINUUM DESIGN CONCEPTS ROADWAY SECTION TYPES DESIGN MOBILITY LaneWidth2 Median Access Management Curbed Streetscape Furniture StreetTrees & Other Landscaping Lighting Scale Green Infrastructure Sidewalks On-Street Bicycle Facilities Multi-Use Path On-Street Parking Transit Amenities Main Street Streets, typically located in the downtown core, that are characterized either by a concentration of office and retail uses with residential uses on upper floors or by residential uses within walking distance of office and retail uses Arterial Compact Residential, Fifth Avenue North, Historic Residential, Main Street, Office Residential 2-4 lanes 10-12 feet No Yes, reduced conflict points with pedestrians Yes Yes Yes Pedestrian Yes Yes Possible, based on Section Type No Yes Yes4 Collector 2-3 lanes 10-12 feet No Yes, reduced conflict points with pedestrians Yes Yes Yes Pedestrian Yes Yes Possible, based on Section Type No Yes Yes4 Local1 2 lanes 10-12 feet No Yes, reduced conflict points with pedestrians Yes Yes Yes Pedestrian Yes Yes Possible, based on Section Type No Yes Yes4 Mixed Use Streets, typically located in areas along a major arterial street, that are characterized by a concentration of office and retail uses with residential uses on upper floors of some buildings or by active recreational uses Arterial Neighborhood Commercial, Neighborhood Mixed-Use, Recreation, Regional Commerce 3-4 lanes 12 feet Possible, based on Section Type Yes Yes No Yes Street and Pedestrian Yes Yes No Yes No Yes4 Collector 2-3 lanes 10-12 feet Possible, based on Section Type Yes, reduced conflict points with pedestrians Yes Yes Yes Pedestrian Yes Yes Yes, based on Section Type Yes, based on Section Type Yes Yes 4 Local1 2-3 lanes 10-12 feet Possible, based on Section Type Yes, reduced conflict points with pedestrians Yes Yes Yes Pedestrian Yes Yes Possible, based on Section Type Possible, based on Section Type Yes Yes4 Neighborhood Streets characterized by a variety of residential uses with a mix of lot sizes or by a mix of light industrial, office, and local commercial uses Arterial Industrial Flex, Mixed Residential, Multifamily Residential, Single-family Residential 3-4 lanes 12 feet Yes Yes Yes No Yes Street and Pedestrian Yes Yes Yes, based on Section Type Yes, based on Section Type No Yes 4 Collector 2-3 lanes 10-12 feet Yes No Yes No Yes Street and Pedestrian (for residential uses) Yes Yes Yes, based on Section Type Yes, based on Section Type Possible, based on Section Type Yes4 Local1 2-3 lanes 10-12 feet Possible, based on Section Type No Yes No Yes Pedestrian (for residential uses) Yes Yes Possible, based on Section Type Possible, based on Section Type Possible, based on Section Type Yes4 Scenic Corridor Streets, characterized by natural landscapes, rural viewsheds, and scenic vistas, that generally serve low-density residential and recreational uses Arterial Conservation, Conservation Subdivision, Large-lot Residential 2-4 lanes 12 feet Possible, based on Section Type Yes Yes No Yes3 Street, if any Yes Possible, based on Section Type No Yes No Yes4 Collector 2-3 lanes 10-12 feet Possible, based on Section Type No Yes No Yes3 Pedestrian, if any Yes Possible, based on Section Type No Yes No Yes4 Local1 2-3 lanes 10-12 feet Possible, based on Section Type No Yes No Yes3 Pedestrian, if any Yes Possible, based on Section Type No Possible, based on Section Type No Yes4 1. Local streets are not individually shown on the map but are defined by the design concept in which they are located. 2.The pavement width shall be reviewed by the Engineering and Fire Departments. Minimum lane widths should be encouraged as long as the streets are designed to ensure sufficient turning movement of emergency response vehicles. 3.Trees and landscaping should be provided through the use of an informal landscape design in order to sustain the scenic and rural quality of the area. 4. The guidelines for transit amenities are established by the Franklin Transit Authority.These guidelines will provide general parameters for designing and placing transit amenities and related facilities serving the Franklin Transit service area.

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