Concurrency
Concurrency
City role: significant
The ratio of mobility units of supply to mobility units of demand.

The ratio of mobility units of supply to mobility units of demand increased to 2.1 as of early 2015. Under plan-based concurrency, the programs and projects in the 2030 TFP by definition provide a number of mobility units of supply equal to the mobility units of demand incurred by the development projected to occur by 2030. Therefore, if the projected amount of development occurs and the City delivers the TFP in its entirety, supply and demand will be balanced and the concurrency ratio will be 1.0 in 2030. This is the basis of the 2030 target.

Source: Planning Department

Updated March 2015

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