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                            HOBBY LIVABLE CENTERS STUDY
	ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
	EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
	INTRODUCTION
	NEEDS ASSESSMENT
		PREVIOUS STUDIES
		THE DISTRICT TODAY
			FORECASTED MARKET DEMAND
			EXISTING CONDITIONS ANALYSIS
	ENVISIONING LIVABLE CENTERS
		STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
			OVERALL VISION
				CENTERS
				CONNECTIVITY
				OPEN SPACE
				CULTURAL IDENTITY
				DISTRICT WAYFINDING
			CATALYST OPPORTUNITIES
				BELLFORT STATION
				INDUSTRIAL HUB
				WALKABLE BROADWAY
	ROADMAP FOR IMPLEMENTATION
		IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES
		LEADERS
		PROJECTS
			INVITING TRANSIT STOPS
			NEIGHBORHOOD GOODS AND SERVICES
			BAYOU TRAIL ART
			HISTORIC BUILDING PRESERVATION
			MULTIPURPOSE WAREHOUSE SPACES
			SENIOR HOUSING
			SAFE PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE CROSSINGS AT INTERSECTIONS
			WALKABLE BROADWAY
			STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS WITHIN THE INDUSTRIAL HUB
			PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE PRIORITY STREETS
			BAYOU ENTRANCES
			1940 AIRPORT TERMINAL MUSEUM PLAZA PARK
			ENHANCE EXISTING PARKS AND OPEN SPACES
			NEW PARKS
			BAYOU FACING RETAIL
			GATEWAY FEATURES AT KEY ENTRY CORRIDORS
			BAYOU TRAIL PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
			DRAINAGE CHANNEL AND UTILITY RIGHT OF WAY TRAIL CONNECTIONS
			LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT NEAR WILLIAM P. HOBBY AIRPORT
		PROGRAMS
			MOBILE VENDORS AND POP-UP EVENTS
			CULTURAL HISTORY PROGRAM
			WEEKEND STREET FAIRS
			TREE PLANTING
		POLICIES
			SHARED PARKING INCENTIVES
			DESIGN GUIDELINES
			INFILL INCENTIVE PROGRAMS
	CONCLUSIONS
	APPENDIX
		APPENDIX A: VISION ONLINE POLL
		APPENDIX B: VALUES ONLINE POLL
		APPENDIX C: IMPLEMENTATION ONLINE POLL
		APPENDIX D: CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY BENEFITS
		APPENDIX E: CDS HOBBY AREA LIVABLE CENTER MARKET ASSESSMENT
		APPENDIX F: H-GAC TEMPORARY PEDESTRIAN/BICYCLE COUNT DATA SUMMARY
                        
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P R E P A R E D B Y
A C O L L A B O R AT I O N







ESC Polytech Consultants, Inc.
8800 Paul B. Koonce Street, Suite 225

Houston, Texas 77061-5119


Hobby
LIVABLE CENTERS STUDY

F INAL REPORT
March 2017

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Credit: Morris Malakoff, UP Art Studio

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Click on the map to add a "pin" on the location of Hobby's physical assets and opportunities.

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End Date
If you have additional comments regarding
Hobby's physical assets, please specify below.

2016-07-11 22:45:25 Our streets are in poor condition!

2016-07-18 15:03:51

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Respondents

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& Abandoned Absolutely Adolfo Affordable Ago Air Airport Apartments Appearance Architectural
Area Art Assets Bellfort Big Blvd Broadway Buildings Businesses

Centers Century Cheap City Community Complete Complexes Condition Construction Corridor Design Desirable Drainage

Element Eventually Fix Garden Glenbrook Graphic Great Historic Hobby Homes Houston Huge Ideas
Impact Implemented Importance Improved Industrial Insurance Invest Landscaping Leading Lightning Love Madrid–barajas

Maintained Make Mid Neighborhood Nice Opportunities Organizations Physical Policy Poor Poorly Qualities Rail Reaching

Reflect Removed Repair Reqires Restaurants Road Run Sidewalks Significance Small Stars Stores

Streets Strip Stunning Suárez Telephone Terminal Transform Trees Unappealing
Underestimate Unifying Valley Villas Visually Work Years 10

If you have additional comments regarding Hobby's physical assets, please specify below.

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Houston-Galveston Area Council 86



Participants

Houston-Galveston Area Council: Pedestrian-Bicyclist Planning
www.h-gac.com/go/pedbike

Texas Transportation Institute
http://tti.tamu.edu/

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