The criteria in this section relate to specific design requirements, including IFS requirements, and guidelines for designers/contractors to follow and Tyndall AFB personnel to review. Additional criteria are provided in the other sections of this Landscape Master Plan and are not repeated in this section; however, the requirements for parking areas must be coordinated with other site elements. The sections that follow serve as worksheets, with supporting guidance and illustrations, for designers/contractors to use among their teams and in coordination with Tyndall AFB. These worksheets should be used to complete the Compliance Checklist submittal for each project. Each requirement includes a selection of check boxes to indicate the applicability of that requirement to a specific context, and to demonstrate compliance with the requirements.
Yes No NA The designers/contractors either selects “Yes” if compliance has been met, “No” if it has not, or “N/A” if the requirement is not applicable to the project.
The criteria and checkboxes below apply to parking throughout Tyndall AFB, including the Sabre, Drone, and Silver Flag Districts. Additional criteria include specific recommendations based on results of the shared parking study that was completed. Any work related to parking on Tyndall AFB, including visitor and accessible parking accommodations, must comply with all parking requirements of UFC 3-201-01, Civil Engineering (current edition), SDDCTEA pamphlets 55-15 and 55-17, and the IFS.
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PAC 1. Coordinate parking area drainage with adjacent and base-wide stormwater facilities.
PAC 2. Design parking areas without interior raised curbs so they can be used as temporary staging space during response events.
PAC 3. Maintain emergency vehicle access during peak rainfall events.
PAC 4. Provide illumination for parking areas and connections to buildings and adjacent roads. Refer to Section C09, Lighting, for requirements.
PAC 5. Provide pedestrian and bicycle access to nearby connections (such as sidewalks and the Multi-Modal Spine).
PAC 6. Do not use pervious concrete paving within roadways or UFC-required parking areas. Construct parking in excess of UFC requirements with pervious pavement.
PAC 7. Incorporate landscape treatments within and adjacent to parking areas. See Section C06, Landscape.
PAC 8. Provide opportunities for remote parking typology for short-term, special-event parking scenarios.
PAC 9. Designate parking spaces for motorists who are accompanied by a child in a stroller or where parking is likely to include parents with young children.
PAC 10. Reserve efficient-mode priority parking typology spaces for electric vehicles, vanpools, and carpools.
PAC 11. Eliminate on-street parking along arterials and avoid on-street parking on collector streets.
PAC 12. Include temporary vehicle access and parking for special program providers to enable deliveries and event staging.
PAC 13. Use recycled asphalt pavement mixes for parking areas to the maximum extent allowed by Unified Facilities Guide Specification Division 32, Exterior Improvements.
PAC 14. Provide wayfinding signage per UFC requirements.
PAC 15. Size driveway aisles and parking spaces per IFS requirements.
A coordinated parking approach is defined for the Tyndall AFB Flightline and Support Districts. The area is divided into nine coordinated parking subareas, as illustrated on Exhibit C03-1, based on proximity, walkability, and where possible compatible uses are located. In each of these areas, the following criteria must be met:
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PAC 16. Shared Parking: Analyze and provide data that show parking numbers are coordinated with other parking facilities within a 5-minute walk to avoid providing excess parking areas.
PAC 17. Remote Parking: Encourage use of remote parking areas for special event purposes.
PAC 18. Parking Structure: Study benefits and costs of a potential parking structure.
PAC 19. Efficient-Mode Priority Parking: Designate non-accessible parking spaces close to building entrances for carpool, vanpool, and electric vehicles.