Corridor Management Planning Key for Organizational Success
Corridor Management Planning Key for Organizational Success Sharon Strouse, National Scenic Byway Foundation Shyna Gawell, Ohio Department of Transportation Corridor Management Planning Term coined in 1967 by Scenic America to guide the long term implementation of goals for the preservation and management
of our treasured roads FHWAs 1995 policy outlined 14 specific elements necessary in a CMP for national scenic byway designation States looking to update original CMPs Different states, Similar foundations Michigans Scenic Byways
Michigan currently has 17 byways Heritage Routes Nominating team prep of a CMP evidence of local support To identify, preserve and enhance Michigans scenic, historic and recreational resources The Heritage Routes program is undergoing transition, with the routes to be known as Michigan Byways Different states, Similar foundations Ohios Scenic Byways
Ohio currently has 27 byways Grassroots byway organizations and volunteer leaders CMP supports the mission to preserve and protect states intrinsic resources Plan to preserve and protect while providing for the users enjoyment Different states, different approaches Michigans Scenic Byways CMP Update MDOT coordinating with Regional Planning Areas
(RPAs) to assist in update of CMPs. Different states, different approaches Ohios Scenic Byways CMP Update Individual byways responsible to
update CMPs ODOT/OBL hired a consultant to assist the byways. Reviews current CMP and offers advice Offered training sessions to byways CMP Update Requirements and Recommendations
Byway vision and mission Byway organization Current byway corridor conditions
Visitor Experience Marketing Public participation Mapping Format Tips for CMP Updates Start with the end in mind Review organization and mission Short term plans, finances in hand Long term plans, realistic budget and
fundraising strategies Goals determined based on leadership assigned for completion Coordination with the state byway program Timeline recommendations Allow time needed for research Schedule strategic planning sessions Hire professional support Contract photographers/ Gather updated photos
Questions?? Contact us anytime: Sharon Strouse, NSBF Shyna Gawell, ODOT
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