Promote roadway, pedestrian and bicycle connectivity.
Development is encouraged to locate near high connectivity areas with connected street networks and diverse community uses (Infill and Redevelopment Area), so that the adjacent amenities can be fully utilized and supported by customers. Within developments, projects should be designed and built such that internal connectivity is maximized, balancing the geographic terrain. Connected street networks have proven benefits to reduce the environmental and public health consequences of sprawl; reduce development pressure beyond the limits of existing development; and conserve the natural and financial resources required for infrastructure. Connectivity reduces the travel time from one point to another in an overall scheme, leading to a reduction in air pollution.