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After the vote was taken, JTA Director of Resource Development Steven Arrington said receiving final approval on the design was a major step for the project that has been in development since 1992.
Arrington also said scheduling a groundbreaking ceremony for the first phase is contingent on securing a $63 million federal Transportation Improvement Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant, which is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
, Steve Arrington, director of resource development for the Jacksonville Transportation Authority in Jacksonville, Fla.
That city has operated park-and-ride lots since the 1970s, said Steve Arrington, the director of resource development for the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, and currently has almost 5,000 park-and-ride spots at periphery of the business district, in the suburbs and farther south near the county line. Arrington said working with developers was one of the best options, but added that it could mean having park-and-rides that stay empty for years before the development takes off. "Long-term, it's probably a real smart decision," he said."Short-term, you're going to get a lot that's not very well used in some cases." He said it's wise planning for cities to own or have long-term leases for the park-and-ride lots, instead of relying on businesses' good graces."They tend to want you until business is good," he said.
Steve Arrington, Jacksonville Transportation Authority
City Councilwoman Sharon Copeland and Steven L. Arrington, Director of Strategic Planning with the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, to discuss ,Future Transportation Alternatives for Mandarin, at March 24 meeting.STEVEN L. ARRINGTON, P. E.Steve Arrington is the Director of Strategic Planning with the Jacksonville Transportation Authority.He holds a Civil Engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology.Since graduation, he has worked on the planning, design and construction of transportation projects in Georgia and Florida.These include highways, bridges, environmental impact studies, mass transit capital and operations projects, bikeways and community involvement.Steve joined the Jacksonville Transportation Authority in 1978, serving initially as Project Manager and Director of the Skyway program and highway design, construction and maintenance projects.Some of the programs he has been involved with are the Dames Point Bridge, Butler Boulevard, Skyway, and developing the first privatized highway maintenance program in the state.Steve,s professional credentials include: Professional Engineering Registration in Florida and Georgia, past President of the Jacksonville Branch of American Society of Civil Engineers, past President of the Northeast Chapter of the Florida Engineering Society, member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Associate Member of the Transportation Research Board, and the American Public Transit Association.He is serving currently on a national ASCE committee.
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