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1 MIC Core Pre-Schematic Program Analysis April 2001

2 MIAMI INTERMODAL CENTER (MIC) PROGRAM Work Program Item No State Project No Financial Management Item No PRE-SCHEMATIC DESIGN STAGE PRELIMINARY PROGRAM & SPATIAL ANALYSIS Prepared For: FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT VI Prepared By: EARTH TECH INC. AND NGPUSA LIMITED April 30, 2001

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE PURPOSE AND INTRODUCTION ROADWAY ANALYSIS Option 1: Base Scheme Option Option Option Option Option 6: Preferred Option RAIL ANALYSIS Existing Site Diagram FEIS Rail Diagram Option Option Option PARKING ANALYSIS Option Option Option MDTA / GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL ANALYSIS Option Option Option 3: Preferred Option BAGGAGE ANALYSIS Option 1 / Option 1: 3-D Schematic SECTIONAL ANALYSIS Option Option Option Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis Page i

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE 7.0 PRE-SCHEMATIC PROPOSAL Levels 1A, 1B, 1C: Parking, Bus Terminal & Rail Node Level 2: Arrivals & Departures by Car, Taxi and Shuttle-Bus Level 2: Arrivals & Departures by Cruise Line Buses Level 2/3: Departures by Rail & Bus Passengers / Pedestrian Access Level 3: Departures Passengers Level 3: Arrivals Passengers (Non-Cruise) Level 3: Arrivals Passengers (Cruise) Level 4: Retail and Commercial Upper Levels: Hotel / Commercial (MIC Roof Not Shown) PHASING OPTIONS MIC Phasing: MIC Phasing: MIC Phasing: MIC Phasing: Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis Page ii

5 APPENDIX TITLE A PRE-SCHEMATIC PROPOSAL DRAWINGS B PROGRAM REFERENCE DOCUMENTS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis Page iii

6 PURPOSE AND INTRODUCTION This report summarises preliminary program and spatial analysis studies undertaken as part of a broader pre-schematic / schematic stage effort for the Miami Intermodal Center Project (MIC). The accompanying work has been prepared by Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners USA Ltd, under the direction of the MIC Management Group (MMG) Facilities Team. Significant contributions to enable the evaluation of ideas in the areas of carparking and roadway design have been made by the MMG Roadways Team, and by sub-consultant firms Graelic Inc. and BHA Engineers. The overall MIC project study area is bounded by NW 46 th Street to the north, NW 11 th Street to the south, NW 27 th Avenue to the east and the landside terminal area of MIA with a section of SR 836 westward to NW 57 th Avenue to the west. The MIC is envisaged to provide a transportation hub that facilitates regional travel in Dade County. Its primary objective is to provide a safe, efficient and economical means of interchange between separate modes of transport in an attractive and truly integrated setting. The MIC Core program specifically comprises of the following key elements: Rail Node, including heavy rail transportation modes both at grade and elevated. Public Concourses connecting all transport modes to the MIC / MIA Connector. Bus Facilities: MDTA, Greyhound & Cruise Line. Airport Landside Program. Miami Intermodal Center and Miami International Airport APM Station (MIC-MIA Connector). Arrivals and departures roadways for the airport landside program. Parking. The analysis to-date has concentrated upon the planning and operational characteristics of each of the major program elements. Each component has been considered in terms of functionality and then spatially in combination with other elements. The format of this report has been structured in such a way as to reflect this process. Through this process a number of planning scenarios for the MIC Core project have emerged and are recorded here for more detailed future evaluation. Importantly, these scenarios have progressed within the context of the overall MIC project and have therefore been developed in tandem with the design of the adjacent Rental Car Facility and MTAR roadway scheme. Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

7 ROADWAY ANALYSIS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

8 NW 25th Street RCF MIC-MIA Connector Concourses Departures Arrivals NW 37th Avenue MTAR Level 2 MTAR Level 1 NW 21st Street OPTION 1: BASE SCHEME Pros: Cons: Conventional roadway configuration Clear, flexible arrangement of Departures and Arrivals facilities Arrivals concourse remote from MIC-MIA connector Roadway:curbside ratio not optimized Joint development has no presence at grade 3

9 NW 25th Street MTAR Level 2 Departures RCF MIC-MIA Connector Concourses NW 37th Avenue Arrivals MTAR Level 2 NW 21st Street OPTION 2 Pros: Cons: Single-level (elevated) Arrivals / Departures roadway Optimized roadway:curbside ratio Arrivals concourse remote from MIC-MIA connector Arrivals and Departures concourse geometry not optimal Joint development has no presence at grade 4

10 NW 25th Street MTAR Level 2 Joint Development Departures RCF MIC-MIA Connector Concourses NW 37th Avenue Arrivals NW 21st Street MTAR Level 2 Joint Development OPTION 3 Pros: Cons: Single-level (elevated) Arrivals / Departures roadway Ease of traffic flow Optimized roadway:curbside ratio North East and North West corners released for private joint development Arrivals concourse remote from MIC-MIA Connector Arrivals / Departures concourse space limited 5

11 NW 25th Street MTAR Level 2 Joint Development RCF MIC-MIA Connector Arrivals Departures NW 37th Avenue MTAR Level 2 Joint Development NW 21st Street OPTION 4 Pros: Cons: Single-level (elevated) Arrivals / Departures roadway Optimized roadway:curbside ratio North East and North West corners released for associated joint development Arrivals concourse close to MIC-MIA connector Arrivals and Departures traffic not segregated; recirculation required 6

12 NW 25th Street MTAR Level 2 RCF MIC-MIA Connector Arrivals Departures NW 37th Avenue MTAR Level 2 NW 21st Street OPTION 5 Pros: Cons: Single-level (elevated) Arrivals / Departures roadways Arrivals concourse close to MIC-MIA connector Optimized roadway:curbside ratio Joint development has no presence at grade Arrivals and Departures concourses separated by roadway 7

13 NW 25th Street MTAR Level 2 Joint Development RCF MIC-MIA Connector Arrivals Departures NW 37th Avenue MTAR Level 2 Joint Development NW 21st Street OPTION 6 (preferred option) Pros: Cons: Single-level (elevated) roadway design Arrivals concourse close to MIC-MIA connector Optimized roadway:curbside ratio Efficient Arrivals and Departures road system Ease of traffic flow North East and North West corners released for joint development Arrivals and Departures concourses separated by roadway 8

14 RAIL ANALYSIS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

15 TRI-RAIL NW 25TH STREET MIC SITE NW 37TH AVENUE NW 21ST STREET EXISTING SITE DIAGRAM 10

16 TRI-RAIL METRORAIL AMTRAK NW 25TH STREET MIC-MIA CONNECTOR MIC CORE NW 37TH AVENUE EAST-WEST RAIL NW 21ST STREET HIGH SPEED RAIL FEIS (FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT) RAIL DIAGRAM 11

17 TRI-RAIL METRORAIL AMTRAK FUTURE HIGH SPEED RAIL FUTURE EAST-WEST RAIL NW 25TH STREET MIC-MIA CONNECTOR NW 21ST STREET MIC CORE NW 37TH AVENUE OPTION 1: ALL-MODE TERMINUS SOUTH OF 25TH STREET Pros: Fully integrated single intermodal facility Short transfer time between MIC-MIA connector and rail modes Ease of transfer between regional and local rail modes Cons: Involves re-routing NW 25th Street through tunnel below tracks High cost and program uncertainties Cannot be phased independently from MIC Diesel extract system limits rail concourse design Difficult to accommodate future expansion Elevated Metrorail penetration compromises elevated roadway designs East West Rail required to be elevated above MetroRail 12

18 TRI-RAIL AMTRAK FUTURE HIGH SPEED RAIL FUTURE EAST-WEST RAIL MIC-MIA CONNECTOR PASSENGER CONVEYOR METRORAIL NW 21ST STREET MIC CORE NW 25TH STREET NW 37TH AVENUE OPTION 2: SINGLE MODE SOUTH OF 25TH STREET / MIC RAIL NODE Pros: Accommodates rail program uncertainties and future expansion Can be phased independently from MIC (apart from Metrorail) No interruption of NW 25th Street Short transfer time between MIC-MIA Connector and Metrorail Cons: Some duplication of rail facilities required Sole Metrorail penetration reduces flexibility and efficiency of MIC concourses Favors Metrorail over other rail modes Compromised concept of single rail node Elevated Metrorail penetration compromises elevated roadway designs Passenger conveyors required for link to MIC-MIA Connector East West Rail required to be elevated above Metrorail 13

19 TRI-RAIL METRORAIL AMTRAK FUTURE HIGH SPEED RAIL FUTURE EAST-WEST RAIL MIC-MIA CONNECTOR PASSENGER CONVEYOR MIC CORE NW 21ST STREET NW 25TH STREET NW 37TH AVENUE OPTION 3: MIC RAIL NODE Pros: Clear, defined rail node concept Accommodates rail program uncertainties and future expansion Can be phased independently from MIC No interruption of NW 25th Street Ease of transfer between regional and local rail modes Common rail concourses and facilities East West Rail can be at same elevation as Metrorail Cons: Passenger conveyors required for link to MIC-MIA Connector 14

20 PARKING ANALYSIS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

21 RENTAL CAR FACILITY OPTION 1 - MULTIPLE ZONE / MULTIPLE ACCESS & EGRESS Pros: Cons: Very flexible/ divisible parking garages Automobile routing occurs outside envelope of building, enhancing efficiency Clear concept Parking traffic segregated from other traffic Likely to require dedicated access road carrying no through-traffic from MTAR 16

22 RENTAL CAR FACILITY OPTION 2 - SINGLE ACCESS & EGRESS Pros: Cons: Straightforward traffic entrance/ exit sequence Likely to create lowest impact on MTAR traffic flow Less flexible/ divisible parking garages Automobile routing within parking garages more complicated 17

23 RENTAL CAR FACILITY OPTION 3 - TWIN ZONE / TWIN ACCESS & EGRESS Pros: Cons: Flexible /divisible parking garages Can segregate parking types at early stage in MTAR approach Separate entrances could compromise user legibility Likely to create moderate impact on MTAR traffic flow 18

24 MDTA / GREYHOUND BUS ANALYSIS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

25 MIC PARKING NW 21ST STREET MIC PARKING COMBINED BUS DEPOT MIC PARKING NW 25TH STREET PEDESTRIAN ENTRANCE PLAZA GREYHOUND PASSENGER LOBBY NW 37TH AVENUE MDTA PASSENGER LOBBY OPTION 1 Pros: Cons: Centralized bus depot with primary access to upper MIC concourses No significant segregation of Greyhound and MDTA bus facilities /passengers MDTA buses remote from Rail Node 20

26 NW 21ST STREET MIC PARKING MIC PARKING PEDESTRIAN ENTRANCE PLAZA MIC PARKING COMBINED BUS DEPOT COMBINED PASSENGER LOBBY NW 25TH STREET NW 37TH AVENUE OPTION 2 Pros: Cons: MDTA buses close to Rail Node - good local intermodal connections No segregation of Greyhound and MDTA bus facilities /passengers Bus passengers remote from central MIC concourses Impacts on North East MIC parking entrance 21

27 MIC PARKING NW 21ST STREET NW 25TH STREET GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT AND PASSENGER LOBBY PEDESTRIAN ENTRANCE PLAZA NW 37TH AVENUE MDTA BUS DEPOT AND PASSENGER LOBBY OPTION 3 (preferred option) Pros: MDTA buses close to Rail Node - good local intermodal connections Good passenger access to upper MIC concourses Individual Greyhound and MDTA bus facilities Good presence and visibility from surface streets 22

28 BAGGAGE ANALYSIS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

29 BAGGAGE TUNNEL BAGGAGE MAKE-UP FACILITY MIA BAG CLAIM MIA CHECK-IN OPTION 1 BAGGAGE TUNNEL BAGGAGE MAKE-UP FACILITY MIA BAG CLAIM MIA CHECK-IN CRUISE BUS BAG HANDLING OPTION 2 24

30 MIA BAG CLAIM (EXPANSION DASHED) BAGGAGE TUNNEL MIA BAG CLAIM (EXPANSION DASHED) BAGGAGE MAKE-UP FACILITY MIA CHECK-IN (EXPANSION DASHED) MIA CHECK-IN (EXPANSION DASHED) 3D SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM The options are based on the assumption that cruise passenger baggage may be utilising the baggage tunnel for transport between the MIC and MIA. Option 1 scheme would be appropriate if cruise buses depart the MIC at or close to the Arrivals facility, which can be configured for cruise baggage segregation if required. Option 2 scheme is appropriate if cruise buses depart the MIC at a location remote from the Arrivals facility, in which case a dedicated baggage facility may be necessary. 25

31 SECTIONAL ANALYSIS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

32 RENTAL CAR FACILITY JOINT DEVELOPMENT ROOF MIC-MIA BAG CLAIM RAIL NODE CONCOURSE ARRIVALS BAG CHECK DEPARTURES 3 PARKING LEVELS COMBINED CRUISE / GREYHOUND / MDTA BUS DEPOT OPTION 1: PARKING AND INTEGRATED BUS FACILITY PLATFORM Pros: Cons: Single bus facility Accommodates program uncertainties No segregation of Cruise facilities from MDTA/ Greyhound facilities Less attractive location for Cruise facilities Cruise buses remote from MIC-MIA connector, arrivals and departures 27

33 RENTAL CAR FACILITY JOINT DEVELOPMENT CRUISE BUSES ROOF MIC-MIA BAG CLAIM RAIL NODE CONCOURSE ARRIVALS BAG CHECK DEPARTURES 3 PARKING LEVELS GREYHOUND / MDTA BUS DEPOT OPTION 2: PARKING PLATFORM WITH SPLIT BUS FACILITIES (CRUISE BUSES ON TOP LEVEL) Pros: Cons: Cruise facility completely segregated from other MIC facilities and modes Open-air parking for all cruise buses Requires helical ramps for bus access, which impact efficiency of other MIC functions Increased cost (probable) Inflexible 28

34 RENTAL CAR FACILITY JOINT DEVELOPMENT ROOF MIC-MIA BAG CLAIM CONCOURSE ARRIVALS CRUISE BUSES BAG CHECK DEPARTURES 3 PARKING LEVELS GREYHOUND / MDTA BUS DEPOT OPTION 3: PARKING PLATFORM WITH SPLIT BUS FACILITIES (CRUISE BUSES ON LEVEL 2) (preferred) Pros: Cons: Cruise facilities adjacent to arrivals and departures facilities Segregation of Cruise facilities from MDTA/ Greyhound facilities Attractive location for Cruise facilities Effectively exploits flexibility of arrivals and departures curbsides Increased traffic at Level 2 29

35 PRE-SCHEMATIC PROPOSAL Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

36 RENTAL CAR FACILITY NW 25TH ST RAIL NODE: (TRI-RAIL, AMTRAK). METRORAIL ABOVE SERVICE ZONE MULTI-LEVEL PARKING SERVICE ZONE MDTA BUS DEPOT SERVICE ZONE PEDESTRIAN ACCESS PLAZA NW 37TH AVE NW 21ST ST GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT POTENTIAL FUTURE COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT LEVELS 1A, 1B, 1C: PARKING, BUS STATIONS AND RAIL NODE 31

37 RENTAL CAR FACILITY ARRIVALS ARRIVALS CURB RETAIL TICKETING /BAGGAGE JOINT DEVELOP- MENT RETAIL TICKETING / BAGGAGE DEPARTURES DEPARTURES CURB JOINT DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL FUTURE ASSOCIATED DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 2: ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES BY CAR, TAXI AND SHUTTLEBUS 32

38 RENTAL CAR FACILITY ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES CURB DEPARTURES RETAIL JOINT DEVELOP- MENT ARRIVALS RETAIL JOINT DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL FUTURE ASSOCIATED DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 2: ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES BY CRUISE BUS 33

39 RENTAL CAR FACILITY RAIL NODE MIC-MIA CONNECTOR FROM BUS DEPOTS FROM ADJACENT PROPERTIES (AT ELEVATED LEVEL) LEVEL 2/3: DEPARTURES BY RAIL AND BUS PASSENGERS/ PEDESTRIAN ACCESS 34

40 RENTAL CAR FACILITY RAIL NODE MIC-MIA CONNECTOR RETAIL JOINT DEVELOP- MENT RETAIL JOINT DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 3: DEPARTURES PASSENGERS 35

41 RENTAL CAR FACILITY RAIL NODE MIC-MIA CONNECTOR BAG CLAIM BAG CLAIM RETAIL JOINT DEVELOP- MENT RETAIL JOINT DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 3: ARRIVALS PASSENGERS (NON-CRUISE) 36

42 RENTAL CAR FACILITY MIC-MIA CONNECTOR RETAIL JOINT DEVELOP- MENT RETAIL JOINT DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 3: ARRIVALS PASSENGERS (CRUISE) 37

43 JOINT DEVELOPMENT (HOTEL / LEISURE) RAIL NODE JOINT DEVELOP- MENT JOINT DEVELOPMENT JOINT DEVELOPMENT (RETAIL) LEVEL 4: RETAIL AND OTHER COMMERCIAL 38

44 JOINT DEVELOPMENT (HOTEL / LEISURE) RAIL NODE JOINT DEVELOP- MENT JOINT DEVELOPMENT JOINT DEVELOPMENT (RETAIL) UPPER LEVELS: HOTEL /COMMERCIAL (MIC ROOF SHELLS NOT SHOWN) 39

45 MIC PHASING OPTIONS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

46 NW 25TH ST RENTAL CAR FACILITY MDTA BUS DEPOT EXISTING HERTZ GARAGE RETAINED FOR PARKING EXISTING TRI-RAIL STATION NW 21ST ST NW 37TH AVE GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT MIC PHASING:

47 NW 25TH ST JOINT DEVELOPMENT (HOTEL) RENTAL CAR FACILITY RAIL NODE MIC-MIA CONNECTOR 4-LEVEL PARKING GARAGE NW 21ST ST NW 37TH AVE JOINT DEVELOPMENT (OVER BUS FACILITIES) MIC PHASING:

48 NW 25TH ST JOINT DEVELOPMENT (HOTEL) RENTAL CAR FACILITY RAIL NODE JOINT DEVELOPMENT RETAIL CONCOURSES (PLUS STAGED MIA FACILITIES) MIC-MIA CONNECTOR 4-LEVEL PARKING GARAGE NW 21ST ST ARRIVALS CURB DEPARTURES CURB NW 37TH AVE JOINT DEVELOPMENT (OVER BUS FACILITIES) MIC PHASING:

49 NW 25TH ST RENTAL CAR FACILITY RAIL NODE JOINT DEVELOPMENT (HOTEL) MIC-MIA CONNECTOR FULL MIA PROGRAM / RETAIL CONCOURSES NW 21ST ST DEPARTURES CURB NW 37TH AVE JOINT DEVELOPMENT (OVER BUS FACILITIES) MIC PHASING:

50 APPENDIX Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

51 A - PRE-SCHEMATIC PROPOSAL DRAWINGS A 1 MIC CORE LEVEL 01-A PLAN A 2 MIC CORE LEVEL 01-B PLAN A 3 MIC CORE LEVEL 01-C PLAN A 4 MIC CORE LEVEL 02 PLAN A 5 MIC CORE LEVEL 03 PLAN A 6 MIC CORE LEVEL 04 PLAN A 7 MIC CORE SECTIONS Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

52 NW 25TH STREET PARKING A MDTA BUS DEPOT TRI-RAIL AMTRAK 1 AMTRAK 2 TICKETING RAIL NODE CONCOURSE MECHANICAL MECHANICAL PARKING B NW 37TH AVENUE MECHANICAL MECHANICAL PARKING C GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT NW 21ST STREET LEVEL 1A: PARKING / LOADING / MECHANICAL PLANT / BUS STATIONS

53 RAIL FACILITIES PARKING A OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW PARKING B OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW PARKING C OPEN TO BELOW LEVEL 1B: PARKING / MECHANICAL PLANT

54 RAIL FACILITIES PARKING A JOINT DEVELOP- MENT PARKING B PEDESTRIAN ACCESS PLAZA PARKING C JOINT DEVELOP- MENT LEVEL 1C: PARKING / COMMERCIAL

55 JOINT DEVELOP- MENT METRORAIL RAIL FACILITIES EAST WEST RAIL MIA TICKETING CRUISE TICKETING AND BAG CHECK ARRIVALS / BAG CLAIM AND DEPARTURES ARRIVALS CURBSIDE ARRIVALS CRUISE BUSES CRUISE TICKETING MIA TICKETING AND BAG CHECK DEPARTURES CURBSIDE JOINT DEVELOP- MENT LEVEL 2: DEPARTURES / ARRIVALS / RETAIL / COMMERCIAL

56 RAIL NODE CONCOURSE RAIL FACILITIES BAG CLAIM PASSENGER CONVEYOR RETAIL TICKETING RETAIL JOINT DEVELOP- MENT MIC-MIA CONCOURSE BAG CLAIM RETAIL RETAIL JOINT DEVELOP- MENT LEVEL 3: ARRIVALS (BAG CLAIM) / RAIL NODE / MIC-MIA STATION / RETAIL

57 JOINT DEVELOP- MENT HOTEL LOBBY /OTHER DINING/ RETAIL HOTEL LOBBY /OTHER DINING/ RETAIL JOINT DEVELOP- MENT LEVEL 4: COMMERCIAL / JOINT DEVELOPMENT

58 SECTION AA (NORTH - SOUTH) SECTION BB (NORTH - SOUTH THROUGH RAIL NODE) SECTION MM (EAST - WEST) MIC SECTIONS

59 B PROGRAM REFERENCE DOCUMENTS MIC Project Schematic Design Program rev: 04 date: MIC Draft Engineering Report Chapter 5 Design Controls and Standards pages: 5.1 to 5.20 date: MIC Final Environmental Impact Statement date: FPL Parcel Sketch date: Pre-Schematic Design Stage April Preliminary Program & Spatial Analysis

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