College of Southern Maryland. Hughesville Transportation Study

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1 College of Southern Maryland

2 Project Overview Existing Conditions Transit Service Land Use CSM Student Demographics Recommendations Methodology Transit Recommendations Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Strategies Land Use Campus Access Campus Transit Facility

3 Transportation Plan Existing Conditions

4 Existing Transit Service - Regional Overview Southern Maryland transit providers: Calvert County - Calvert County Transit St. Mary s County - St. Mary s County Transit (STS) Charles County Charles County Transit (VanGO) Each system provides connections: To major shopping, residential, medical, educational, business, and community centers along major arterial roads; between the tri-counties; to MTA commuter buses; and, with other regional providers (i.e. Prince Georges The Bus, and WMATA Metrobus).

5 Existing Transit Service Calvert County 7 fixed routes 4 standard routes 3 shuttles 4 Demand- Response/Para-transit routes Weekday and limited Saturday service Peak headways range from 60- to 125- minutes System wide average weekday ridership ranges from 4.5 to Transportation Plan

6 Existing Transit Service Charles County 16 fixed routes 1 route with part subscription service All routes offer weekday and Saturday service Peak headways range from 30- to 240- minutes System wide average weekday ridership ranges from 3.7 to Transportation Plan

7 Existing Transit Service St. Mary s County 11 fixed routes Weekday and limited weekend service 5 routes offer Saturday service 1 route offers Sunday service Peak headways range from 60- to 120- minutes System wide average weekday ridership ranges from 2.4 to Transportation Plan

8 Existing Land Use CSM 4 campuses and 2 centers in the tri-county region La Plata Campus Waldorf Center for Higher Education Leonardtown Campus Prince Frederick Campus Center for Trades and Energy Training Center for Transportation Training Total enrollment 8,400 students 25% of students take classes at more than one campus Transportation Plan

9 Existing Land Use Hughesville, MD Hughesville is centrally located in Southern Maryland. Current development is mostly low-density residential and business. Transportation Plan

10 Existing Land Use Hughesville, MD Hughesville Village Revitalization Plan (2007): MD-5 and MD-231 as the village center Vibrant and economically sustainable rural village with pedestrian friendly main street New CSM Hughesville Campus will be northeast of the MD-5 & Prince Frederick Road intersection Transportation Plan

11 Existing CSM Student Demographics Annual Family Income 33% <$25,000 40% $25,000- $100,000 25% >$100,000 Student Race (Region) 58% White (67%) 26% Black or African American (26%) 5% Two or more races (3%) 3% Asian (2%) 8% Other or Unknown (2%) Transportation Plan

12 Existing CSM Student Demographics Age Majority (45%) is % is % is over year-olds are most represented age Average age is 25 Course of Study 71% enter to pursue an associate degree 50% are preparing to transfer to another university 20% take evening classes 24% take online classes Transportation Plan

13 Existing CSM Student Demographics Campus Enrollment Students Total Students Enrolled (unduplicated) 8,426 La Plata Campus 5,781 Leonardtown Campus 2,277 Prince Frederick Campus 2,199 Waldorf Center 626 Inter-Campus Enrollment 75% attend one campus 10% attend two campuses Highest inter-campus travel is between Waldorf Center and La Plata Campus Transportation Plan

14 Existing CSM Student Demographics Highest concentration of CSM students residences by county: St. Charles and Waldorf in Charles County Charlotte Hall and St. Mary s City in St. Mary s County Lusby and Solomons in Calvert County CSM students home origin for all campuses by zip codes. Waldorf Center students home origin by zip codes. Mostly relocated to new Hughesville Campus. Transportation Plan

15 Transportation Plan Recommendations

16 Transit Recommendations - Methodology Overview Utilize transit propensity as guiding factor in developing new routes Transit Propensity Transit Oriented Index Commuter Index Employment Index Non-Work Trip Index Educational Index Analyze changes in student population with opening of new campus Flow Maps Incorporate inter-county demand and leverage system connectivity (noted in all three counties TDPs)

17 Methodology - Transit Oriented Index Population: Total, Density Age: Seniors (greater than 65) - Total, Density, Percent of Population Youth (younger than 18) - Total, Density, Percent of Population Households: Total, Density Low-Income: Total, Density, Percent of Population Vehicle Ownership: Zero-car Households - Total, Density, Percent of Population One-car Households - Total, Density, Percent of Population Persons with Disabilities: Total, Density

18 Methodology - Transit Oriented Index

19 Methodology - Commuter Index Labor Force: Labor Force - Total, Density Employed Persons - Total, Density, Percent of Population Commute Mode: Commuters - Total, Density Transit Commuters - Total, Density, Percent of Population

20 Methodology - Commuter Index

21 Methodology - Employment Index Employment: Total Number of Employees Density of Employees

22 Methodology - Employment Index

23 Methodology - Non-Work Trip Index Retail Jobs: Restaurant/Retail Jobs - Total, Density Recreation Jobs- Total, Density Medical Jobs: Total, Density Educational Jobs: Total, Density

24 Methodology - Non-Work Trip Index

25 Methodology - Educational Index Enrolled in College: Total, Density College Age (18-24): Total, Density, Percent of Population

26 Methodology - Educational Index

27 Methodology Student Flow Map Used student s home zip codes and knowledge of which programs were being moved to the new CSM Hughesville Campus to create a flow model showing origin/destination Used the model to determine which zip codes have the highest number of future Hughesville Campus students Existing service was compared to the flow s travel patterns

28 Methodology - Student Flow Map

29 Transit Recommendations Overview Hughesville Campus envisioned as a central transit hub for the tri-county region Recommendations: Four extensions of existing bus routes Two new routes

30 Charlotte Hall Extension (STS) Route Characteristic Existing Proposed Length (One way) 20.9 miles 24.8 miles Span 5:50 AM 5:53 PM 5:50 AM 9:00 PM Frequency 60 minutes 60 minutes Number of Trips (Oneway) Daily Revenue Hours 23.9 hours 28.7 hours Daily Revenue Miles miles miles Number of Buses 2 Designated Buses 2 Designated Buses Transportation Plan

31 County Span Route Extension (STS) Route Characteristic Existing Proposed Length (One way) 25.5 miles 29.4 miles Span 6:00 AM 6:51 PM 6:00 AM 7:00 PM Frequency 120 minutes 60 minutes Number of Trips (Oneway) Daily Revenue Hours 12 hours 24 hours Daily Revenue Miles 306 miles miles Number of Buses 2 Interlined Buses 2 Designated Buses Transportation Plan

32 Leonardtown Extension (STS) Route Characteristic Existing Proposed Length (One way) 29.4 miles 33.3 miles Span 6:00 PM 8:43 PM 6:00 PM 9:30 PM Frequency 60 minutes 70 minutes Number of Trips (Oneway) Daily Revenue Hours 5.3 hours 4.7 hours Daily Revenue Miles miles miles Number of Buses 2 Designated Buses 2 Designated Buses Transportation Plan

33 Calvert Connection Service Adjustment (STS) Route Characteristic Existing Proposed Length (One way) 8.9 miles 8.9 miles Span 7:00 AM 5:53 PM 6:00 AM 6:00 PM Frequency 120 minutes 60 minutes Number of Trips (Oneway) Daily Revenue Hours 10.9 hours 12.0 hours Daily Revenue Miles miles miles Number of Buses 2 Interlined Buses 1 Designated Bus Transportation Plan

34 La Plata Hughesville (VanGO) Route Characteristic Option 1 Option 2 Length (One way) 13.8 miles 17.4 miles Span 6:00 AM 9:00 PM 6:30 AM 8:45 PM Frequency Number of Trips (Oneway) 60 minutes 45 minutes (Peak) 90 Minutes (Off Peak) Daily Revenue Hours 15 hours 19.5 hours Daily Revenue Miles 414 miles miles Number of Buses 1 Designated Bus 2 Designated Buses Transportation Plan

35 Calvert County Hughesville (Calvert County Transit) Route Characteristic Proposed Length (One way) 13.2 miles Span 7:00 AM 8:00 PM Frequency 60 minute Number of Trips (One way) 26 Daily Revenue Hours 13 hours Daily Revenue Miles miles Number of Buses 1 designated Transportation Plan

36 Transit Recommendations Implementation Prioritization of recommendations based on CSM Hughesville construction timeline: Phase 1 (2016): Center for Trades and Energy Training Facility Phase 2 (2020): Health Sciences Center Item Provider Additional Annual Operating Cost Additional Annual Capital Costs Charlotte Hall Extension STS $51,094 Phase 1 County Span Extension Alignment Change STS Leonardtown Extension STS $6,386 Hughesville Prince Frederick CCT $116,626 $140,000 Calvert Connection Extension STS $11,709 $140,000 Phase 2 Hughesville La Plata VanGO $272,160/$353,808 $140,000 /$280,000 County Span Extension Frequency Change STS $127,734 $140,000

37 Transportation Demand Management Overview Methodology: Conducted a peer review of local colleges TDM strategies to develop recommendations for CSM. Recommended Strategies: Parking Rideshare & Ridematching Employee and Student Benefit Education/Outreach Administration Active Transportation Events Transit Maps and Schedules

38 TDM Strategy - Parking Implement a parking fee, or a parking pass program. Designate premium parking spaces for carpools and vanpools.

39 TDM Strategy Rideshare & Ridematching Advertise the existing rideshare program on campus and online. Create a separate discussion forum within the existing Commuter Connections rideshare website specifically for CSM campuses. Incentivize ridesharing and carpooling by offering something extra to students and employees who participate in the program. Transportation Plan

40 TDM Strategy Employee and Student Benefit Provide a transit benefit program for employees who use the transit system Promote MTA s Guaranteed Ride Home program to employees, which provides non- SOV commuters with free rides home Create a college pass for students to use on the three transit systems, which allows users to transfer easily between the systems and provides a discounted fare rate

41 TDM Strategy Education and Outreach On each campus s location page, include a link to the County Transportation page On the County Transportation page, provide a list of the buses that directly serve each campus, and include direct links to those routes maps and schedules On the Driving Directions page, include transit directions, explaining how students can access the campus via public transportation from popular origin points On each page of the website that includes information about transportation, include a link to a Calculate Your Commute page

42 TDM Strategy Administration Evaluate TDM and parking strategies each year to gauge effectiveness At each campus, designate an employee who can provide students and employees with additional information about alternative transportation options (TDM Coordinator) Include this staff member s contact information online and on all TDM related materials Administer parking counts at existing campuses to better determine parking needs at the new campus, and to assess if parking could be limited at existing campuses

43 TDM Strategy Active Transportation Implement a bike and pedestrian plan for the campuses Install covered bike racks in convenient locations close to building entrances to encourage students to use active transportation to access and move around the campuses In partnership with the Hughesville Campus s future technical school, consider creating a bike shop that can provide bike repairs for free or at limited cost

44 TDM Strategy Events Host a transportation fair or table at existing campus events to educate students about the variety of transportation options Participate in Bike Week and Bike to Work Day

45 TDM Strategy Transit Maps and Schedules Improve schedules and maps of existing transit routes to make them easier to read Have copies of schedules and maps readily available at campus bus stops, and in each campus s main offices and buildings

46 Transportation Plan Land Use

47 Campus Access Overview Existing access is via Green Gallant Way and Foster Lane The region s transit providers will not serve the campus if this remains the only access point Viable alternative access options: MD-5 via ramps directly to Foster Lane Prince Frederick Road via an extension of Valyn Drive Diagram shows all campus access options.

48 Campus Access Prince Frederick Road Extension of Valyn Drive Maintained by Charles County s Road Division Required Infrastructure Changes: Widen Road Implement Traffic Control Measures at Prince Frederick Intersection Prince Frederick Road is maintained by Maryland s DOT Roundabout or Signalized Intersection Roundabout Signalized Intersection Transportation Plan

49 Campus Access Foster Lane Interchange from MD-5 to Foster Lane Both roads are maintained by Maryland s DOT Interchange would be.3 miles south of Old Leonardtown Road & MD-5 intersection Provides campus a designated entrance from MD-5 Transportation Plan

50 Campus Access Mileage Route Using Prince Frederick Road Foster Lane Interchange Using Interchange Using Gallant Green Additional Distance required using Gallant Green Road without Interchange Charlotte Hall 24.8 miles 24.8 miles 26.8 miles 2.0 miles County Span 29.4 miles 29.4 miles 31.4 miles 2.0 miles Leonardtown 33.3 miles 33.3 miles 35.3 miles 2.0 miles Calvert Connection La Plata Hughesville (Option 1) 13.8 miles 15.0 miles 13.5 miles 1.5 miles La Plata Hughesville (Option 2) 17.4 miles 18.9 miles 17.4 miles 1.5 miles Prince Frederick Hughesville 13.2 miles 13.7 miles 15.7 miles 2.0 miles Transportation Plan

51 Campus Transit Facility Overview Bus stops should be located in the front circle of the new CSM Hughesville Campus Provides space for layover and easy access for riders to the campus CSM should provide designated layover spots near restroom facilities, if requested by operators Transit infrastructure should be built in line with the transit recommendations phasing implementation plan

52 Campus Transit Facility Phase 1 One bus stop including: Bus Stop Pole 5 by 8 ADA pad Shelter Trash Can Additional Sidewalk

53 Campus Transit Facility Phase 2 Additional bus stop including: Bus Stop Pole 5 by 8 ADA pad Shelter Trash Can Additional Sidewalk Diagram shows completed CSM transit facility.

54 Questions and Contact (presenter to enter contact information if desired)

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