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Communication no. 2017-03 <br />Exhibit A <br />Kona Community Development Plan <br />Compendium of Goals, Objectives, and Policies from Chapter 4 <br />4.1 TRANSPORTATION <br />Transportation Goal: An efficient, safe, and attractive multi -modal transportation <br />system integrated with land use planning that allows movement around and <br />through Kona with minimal reliance on the automobile. <br />Objective TRAN-1: Transportation and Land Use. To organize growth on a regional <br />level in Kona, growth should be compact and transit -supportive. Compact mixed-use <br />villages along transit routes provide sufficient densities to support transit feasibility and <br />enable people to meet a variety of daily needs within walking distance. <br />Policy TRAN-1.1: Official Transportation Network Map. The Official Transportation <br />Network Map shall show proposed transit routes, proposed arterials and collectors, and <br />pedestrian/bicycle paths (see Figures 4-2a to 4-2d). This map shall designate the <br />functional classification of the roadway. The purpose of this map is to show intended <br />interconnections, plan and preserve these corridors, budget public improvements, and <br />provide notice to affected landowners of potential impacts from these projects. As <br />applicable, permit approvals (e.g., rezonings, subdivisions, planned unit developments, <br />plan approvals) shall commit the rights-of-way and/or improvements of proposed <br />roadways shown on the map that traverse through the project area with discretion to the <br />Planning Director to determine the extent of reservation and/or improvements <br />proportionate to the project's impact. If the corridor alignment has not been sufficiently <br />studied, the Planning Director has the discretion to determine an appropriate action <br />including realigning or other appropriate feasible alternative. <br />Policy TRAN-1.2: Trunk Line. The new Keohokalole Highway (Mid -Level Road) &h -a4 <br />should function as the trunk transit route connecting Kailua Village with the airport, <br />along which transit -oriented developments (TODs) will be located. As the trunk transit <br />route, there vol-kshould be future allowance for a dedicated transit -way within the right- <br />of-way and the headways vol-kshould be of the highe&t-lowest among all transit routes in <br />Kona (see Figure 4-2a). <br />Policy TRAN-1.3: Spacing of TODs along Trunk Line. Transit -Oriented <br />Development (TOD) Urban Villages shall should be located a minimum of one mile <br />apart, between major transit stations, along Keohokalole Highway trunk route in order to <br />preserve the transit efficiency of this route. <br />Policy TRAN-1.4: Secondary Transit Route. A secondary transit route shall should <br />connect Kailua Village with Keauhou and also serve the areas mauka of Queen <br />Ka`ahumanu and Kuakini Highways (see Figure 4-2a). As a secondary transit route, <br />DRAFT- \2017-03. CDP. Nroposea.Hmenamenr_. I L-44 <br />November 10, 2017 <br />