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Corridor Preservation Report (2010)
Corridor preservation seeks to balance competing public and private land use and transportation interests. Corridor preservation is a means of coordinating transportation planning with land use planning with the goal to prohibit, or at least minimize, development in areas that will likely be necessary to meet future transportation needs. These areas include: lands adjacent to existing roadways which are projected to require capacity expansion; areas which might be needed to construct entirely new routes for urban bypasses or to serve new developments; and land needed for bicycle, transit and pedestrian facilities.
The Corridor Preservation Report purpose is to identify corridor preservation benefits and strategies for preserving, acquiring, and utilizing public transportation corridor for multi-modal uses.