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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 system integrated with land use planning that allows movement around and through Kona with minimal reliance on the automobile. <br />Objective TRAN-1: Transportation and Land Use. To organize growth on a regional level in Kona, growth should be compact and transit-supportive. Compact mixed-use villages along transit routes provide sufficient densities to support transit feasibility and enable people to meet a variety of daily needs within walking distance. <br />Policy TRAN-1.1: Official Transportation Network Map. The Official Transportation Network Map shall show proposed transit routes, proposed arterials and collectors, and pedestrian/bicycle paths (see Figures 4-2a to 4-2d). This map shall designate the functional classification of the roadway. The purpose of this map is to show intended interconnections, plan and preserve these corridors, budget public improvements, and provide notice to affected landowners of potential impacts from these projects. As applicable, permit approvals (e.g., rezonings, subdivisions, planned unit developments, plan approvals) shall commit the rights-of-way and/or improvements of proposed roadways shown on the map that traverse through the project area with discretion to the Planning Director to determine the extent of reservation and/or improvements proportionate to the project’s impact. If the corridor alignment has not been sufficiently studied, the Planning Director has the discretion to determine an appropriate action including realigning or other appropriate feasible alternative. <br />Policy TRAN-1.2: Trunk Line. The new Keohokālole Highway (Mid-Level Road) shall should function as the trunk transit route connecting Kailua Village with the airport, along which transit-oriented developments (TODs) will be located. As the trunk transit route, there will should be future allowance for a dedicated transit-way within the right-of-way. and the headways will should The time interval between vehicles moving in the same direction on the same route should be of the highest lowest amount among all transit routes in Kona (see Figure 4-2a). <br />Policy TRAN-1.3: Spacing of TODs along Trunk Line. Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Urban Villages shall should be located a minimum of one mile apart, between major transit stations, along Keohokālole Highway trunk route in order to preserve the transit efficiency of this route. <br />Policy TRAN-1.4: Secondary Transit Route. A secondary transit route shall should connect Kailua Village with Keauhou and also serve the areas mauka of Queen <br />Note: Subcommittee proposed moving this proposed section of text with some wording changes to Policy TRAN-6.1 Note: Subcommittee proposed rewording for clarity <br />Communication No. 2018-08 <br />