The objective is to create a plan that is the foundation of clear mobility priorities that the City of Sugar Land can pursue to achieve its Vision of Superior Mobility.
This includes four project tasks:
The Case for Action defines why the City is undertaking this mobility planning effort, and potential benefits that can lead to meaningful changes to transportation options for people traveling to and within Sugar Land. To serve both residents and visitors of Sugar Land, the City needs a dynamic and comprehensive transportation network that not only accommodates the City today, but is responsive and proactive to the future changes that are expected to support a thriving City. The Case for Action is based on input received from the Mobility Task Force, key stakeholders, and insights from the State of Mobility which is an input for the vision and goals.
Development of the City’s first integrated Mobility Master Plan is a significant undertaking which is expected to take two to three years to complete. Implementation of the Plan will begin after City Council adoption. In addition, upon completion of the Mobility Master Plan, staff will initiate development of multiple area plans (i.e. neighborhood, corridor plans). These area plans will recommend specific Capital Improvement Projects to ultimately implement the overall Mobility Master Plan.
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