THE CORNERSTONE APARTMENTS TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY R&M PROJECT NO

Save this PDF as:

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "THE CORNERSTONE APARTMENTS TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY R&M PROJECT NO"

Transcription

1 THE CORNERSTONE APARTMENTS SITUATED AT N/E/C OF STAUDERMAN AVENUE AND FOREST AVENUE VILLAGE OF LYNBROOK NASSAU COUNTY, NEW YORK TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY R&M PROJECT NO September Elm Street, Huntington, NY Fax

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 3 Existing Land Use 3 Zoning 3 Access 3 Parking 4 STUDY METHODOLOGY 5 EXISTING TRAFFIC CONDITIONS 6 Roadway Network 6 Designated Parking Areas 7 FUTURE PARKING CONDITIONS 10 Parking Generation 10 PARKING ANALYSIS 12 PAGE APPENDICES APPENDIX A APPENDIX B FIGURES AND TABLES I. Figures II. Tables TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH I. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Table 2.4 II. Landscape and Urban Planning Paper i

3 INTRODUCTION This study was conducted to determine the potential traffic impacts associated with the redevelopment of the premises located at the existing Village of Lynbrook Municipal Parking Field 8, as designated by the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook. The overall parcel is 69, sf (1.59 acre) in size and is located at the southwest corner of the intersection formed by St. James Place and Earle Avenue and the northeast corner of Stauderman Avenue and Forest Avenue. The site is situated within the Commercial zoning district and is represented by Section 38, Block 90, Lots 1, 2, 6 & 10 on the Nassau County Tax Map. The location of the project site within the study area is visually depicted in Figure 1 Location Map contained in Appendix A. Presently, the area to be redeveloped contains an existing municipal parking lot denoted as Field 8. At this time, the applicant is proposing to demolish the existing parking lot and construct a six (6) story 55,560 sf apartment building containing 200, studio, 1 and 2-bedroom, dwelling units (known as the Cornerstone Lynbrook Apartments). In addition to the parking lot to be removed, a one-building development located on St. James Place is also to be removed to peruse the proposed action. Additionally, the structure will provide 200 parking stalls to accommodate the proposed dwelling units. The project is visually depicted on the Conceptual Site Plan prepared by R&M Engineering, dated August 30 th, In addition to the proposed construction of the aforementioned apartment building/parking garage, a parking garage will also be constructed on the existing municipal parking lot denoted as Field 3 within the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook (located approximately 970 feet to the west of the premises). This garage will contain 400+/- parking spaces to accommodate the municipal parking lost by the development of Field 8 while adding to the total municipal parking available within the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook. It is important to note that the proposed Cornerstone Lynbrook Apartments are located within 1000 feet of the Lynbrook Long Island Railroad (LIRR) Station and is substantially contiguous to Merrick Road and Broadway, which provide access to several Nassau Inter-County Express (NICE) bus routes. Due to this, the proposed project is considered a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in accordance with the definitions provided by the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). Accordingly, the vehicular needs of residents are altered in 1

4 such a way that the parking generation components of this development will be lesser than similarly sized projects not situated with readily accessible public transit. R&M Engineering conducted a detailed investigation of the potential traffic and parking impacts of the proposed project on the surrounding street system. This report reviews the future parking supply/demand, existing roadway and traffic conditions in the area, estimates the volume and pattern of traffic generated by the proposed project, and summarizes the results of the analysis performed. The effect of additional traffic on the surrounding roadway network is also analyzed. 2

5 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Existing Land Use The 69, sf (1.59 acre) overall parcel is located at the southwest corner of the intersection formed by St. James Place and Earle Avenue, in the Village of Lynbrook, New York. The property presently contains an existing municipal parking lot denoted as Municipal Parking Field 8, as designated by the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook. Zoning The subject parcel is situated in the Commercial Zoning District. The proposed action includes a request of inclusion in the Arts & Cultural Overlay District. Access In the existing condition, access to the site is provided via driveways on St. James Place, Forest Avenue and Earle Avenue. These driveways are as follows: An unsignalized site access driveway on St. James Place that allows vehicles to enter and exit the property via left or right turning. An unsignalized site access driveway on Forest Avenue that allow vehicles to enter and exit the property via left or right turning. An unsignalized site access driveway on Earle Avenue that allow vehicles to enter and exit the property via left or right turning As a result of the instant application, the curb cuts will be modified to provide access as follows: There will be a single site access driveway situated on the southern property line, formerly part of Municipal Lot Field 8 that will permit ingress for both directions of travel for traffic traveling east and west and egress for traffic leaving the site turning east and west. The site access modifications are visually depicted on the Conceptual Site Plan prepared by R&M Engineering dated August 30 th,

6 Parking As mentioned in the introduction, the Cornerstone Lynbrook Apartments is considered a Transit Oriented Development based on the definition presented by the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) due to its proximity to the Lynbrook LIRR station and various NICE bus stops. The most prevalent source of information regarding the traffic characteristics of a TOD is presented by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) via the Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) in Report 128 titles Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking, and Travel (published in 2008). Based on the information presented in the aforementioned report and the professional opinion of R&M Engineering, we believe that the proposed action will generate activity at a level of 1 parked vehicle for each dwelling unit. A more detailed parking analysis has been included later in this report. 4

7 STUDY METHODOLOGY R&M s approach to conducting this investigation involved the following: 1. A detailed review of existing land use, roadway characteristics and traffic conditions in the vicinity of the project site. 2. R&M Engineering conducted parking observations of the areas surrounding the subject property on Friday, September 7, 2018 from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM and on Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM. 3. The parking demand as a result of the proposed design was calculated based on industry standard data compiled by the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) and information available from the files of R&M Engineering and information published regarding Transit Oriented Developments. 4. An assessment was prepared between the available capacity of parking within the Village and the parking demand as a result of the design to the proposed apartment building. An analysis was then performed to determine the ability for the Village to accommodate the predicted parking demand and anticipated traffic generation. 5

8 EXISTING TRAFFIC CONDITIONS Roadway Network Current roadway conditions in the study area are summarized below: 1. Merrick Road: This is an east-west roadway under the jurisdiction of the Nassau County Department of Public Works (NCDPW) in the vicinity of the subject property. It consists of two lanes in either direction, with dedicated turn lanes where appropriate. The posted speed limit is 30 mph within the study area. 2. Hempstead Avenue: This is a north-south local roadway under the jurisdiction of the Nassau County Department of Public Works (NCDPW) in the vicinity of the subject property. It consists of one lane in either direction, with dedicated turn lanes where appropriate. The posted speed limit is 30 mph within the incorporated Village of Lynbrook. 3. Peninsula Boulevard: This is a northeast-southwest roadway under the jurisdiction of the Nassau County Department of Public Works (NCDPW) in the vicinity of the subject property. It consists of two lanes in either direction, with dedicated turn lanes where appropriate. The posted speed limit is 30 mph as the roadway approaches and departs the village. 4. Sunrise Highway (NYS Route 27): This is an east-west roadway under the jurisdiction of the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) in the vicinity of the subject property. It consists of 3 lanes in either direction with dedicated left turn lanes where appropriate. The posted speed limit is 30 mph within the study area. 5. Earle Avenue/Stauderman Avenue/Atlantic Avenue/Forest Avenue/Broadway: These are local roadways within the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook (which provide access to the municipal parking lots and uses located in the area) which connect to the primary thoroughfares. These roads consist of one lane in either direction of travel, but are restricted to one-way traffic where appropriate. The posted speed limit is 30 mph within the incorporated Village of Lynbrook. 6

9 Designated Parking Areas The following are the current vehicular parking lots available for public use in the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook, along with the posted regulations for each area. All lots are numbered below as depicted on the Parking Area Exhibits EX-1 to EX-3 contained within Appendix A, attached. 1. Municipal Field 1 Village Hall: 109 spaces provided. Overnight parking permit required, 7PM-7AM Sunday Friday. 45 minute parking without commuter permit, 6AM-4PM Monday Friday, except holidays. Closed Mondays, 2AM-7AM for field cleaning. 2. Municipal Field 2 Langdon Place and Columbus Drive: 55 spaces provided. Commuter/Overnight parking 4 hour limit without commuter license 5AM-2AM Monday to 4PM Friday. Overnight license required 7AM-7PM Sunday Friday. No parking Tuesday 2AM-7AM. 3. Municipal Field 3 Broadway and Langdon Place: 132 spaces provided. Commuter/Overnight 4 hour parking with license after Friday 5AM-2AM. Overnight parking license required 7AM-7PM Sunday Friday. Closed Wednesdays 2AM-7AM for field cleaning. 4. Municipal Field 20 West Side of Forrest Avenue, South of Merrick Road: 125 spaces provided. No commercial vehicle parking. Closed Tuesdays 2AM-7AM for field cleaning. 5. Municipal Field 8 Between Forest Avenue and Earle Avenue: 151 spaces provided. Thursday no parking 2AM-7AM for field cleaning. Employee commuter permit parking permitted 4 hour parking without permit. Overnight parking allowed 9PM-8AM. 6. Municipal Field 13 Between Peninsula Boulevard and Merrick Road: 42 spaces provided. 12 hour meter parking 6AM-6PM except Sundays and holidays. 7

10 7. Municipal Field 14 Peninsula Boulevard between Hempstead Avenue and Irwin Court: 51 spaces provided. Overnight parking permit required Monday Friday 12AM-6AM. No commercial vehicles allowed. 8. Municipal Field 15 Peninsula Boulevard between Irwin Court and Earle Avenue: 42 spaces provided. Overnight parking permit required Monday Friday 12AM-6AM. No commercial vehicles allowed. 4 hour parking without employee permit Monday Saturday 5AM-6PM. Saturday no parking 7:30AM-9:30AM for field cleaning. 9. Under Track Railroad Parking RR-1 Under Railroad Tracks West of Forest Avenue: 68 spaces provided. Parking by permit only 24 hours per day. 10. Under Track Railroad Parking RR-2 Under Railroad Tracks East of Forest Avenue: 38 spaces provided. Parking by permit only 24 hours per day. In total, the municipal parking fields within our study area of the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook provide 739 available parking stalls subject to the various regulations listed above. During the observations conducted on Friday, September 7 th, 2018, a peak demand of 573 parking stalls were occupied during the peak hour at 11:00AM. This translates to a 78% occupancy of the available stalls. Similarly, during the observations conducted on Saturday, September 8 th, 2018, a peak of 290 parking stalls were occupied during the peak hour at 8:00PM. This translated to a 39% occupancy of the available parking stalls. On-street parking is also available throughout the Village of Lynbrook. These parking areas fall under various regulations. These regulations are summarized within the Parking Regulations Exhibit, EX-3 located in Appendix A. Throughout the study area, there were 218 on-street parking stalls available. During the peak hour on Friday, September 7 th, 2018, 105 vehicles were parking on-street at 11:00 AM. This translates to an 48% occupancy of the available on-street parking. During the peak hour on Saturday, September 8 th, 2018, 161 vehicles were parked on-street at 8:00 PM. This translate to a 72% occupancy of available on-street parking. 8

11 In addition to the on-street parking and the Municipal Parking Fields, there is also parking available under the LIRR tracks. These parking areas are restricted to permit holder parking 24 hours per hour. Throughout the LIRR parking areas, there are 106 parking stalls available. During the peak hour on Friday September 7 th, 2018, 54 vehicles were parked at 11:00 AM. This translates to a 51% occupancy of available LIRR parking stalls. During the peak hour on Saturday, September 8 th, 2018, 27 vehicles were parked at 8:00 PM. This translates to a 25% occupancy of available LIRR parking stalls. This information has been summarized and included in Tables 1-6 and Exhibits EX-1 to EX-3, located in Appendix A. 9

12 FUTURE PARKING CONDITIONS Parking Generation 1. In accordance with industry standard data and observed data from other existing locations, the parking demand for a Low/Mid-rise apartment building is typically predicted based on the number of dwelling units contained within the building. The proposed apartment building is to have 200 dwelling units. 2. As mentioned earlier, the proposed apartment complex is considered a Transit Oriented Development (TOD). The most prevalent source of information regarding the traffic characteristics of a TOD is presented by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) via the Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) in Report 128 titled Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking, and Travel (published in 2008). This report (which has been further corroborated since its publication by other research such as the Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments, published in 2017) was prepared based on an assessment of data from numerous metropolitan areas and focused on the typical modes of transportation available at each and how the vehicular traffic, and hence parking generation characteristics would compare to the industry standard data. In addition, research provided in the Landscape and Urban Planning Journal, Volume 160, was consulted. The research paper entitled Trip and Parking Generation at Transit-Oriented Developments: Five US Case Studies (published in April 2017) provides an analysis of existing TODs and how their operating conditions compare to ITE recommended data. This information was utilized in order to generate a more accurate estimation of the parking demand that will be generated by the proposed action. 3. In accordance with the information included in the TCRP research, the trip and parking rates for Transit Oriented Developments in urban environments can decrease the vehicular activity for residential developments by as much as 50%, resulting in a much lesser impact upon the operation of the roadway network and a reduced parking demand. This information has been summarized in Table 2.4 of the TCRP Report 128, which has been included in Appendix B, attached. Based on the information summarized in the table, the TOD peak demand (occupied spaces per unit) on average of the TODs studied in the TCRP research was 0.88 vehicles per dwelling unit. On average these 10

13 developments provided 1.18 spaces per dwelling unit and experienced a peak demand of around 70% occupancy of the provided spaces. This translates to a demand of 0.83 spaces required per dwelling unit to accommodate the generated activity. As a result, in order to conservatively estimate the parking demand generated by a TOD, R&M Engineering applied a 20% reduction to the ITE data presented below. 4. In order to estimate the parking demand generated by the proposed action utilizing industry standard data, the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Parking Generation Manual, 4 th Edition was consulted. A Low/Mid-rise apartment building (ITE Land Use Code 221) will generate an average parking demand of 1.20 vehicles parked per dwelling unit during the weekday peak hour and an average parking demand of 1.03 vehicles parked per dwelling unit during the Saturday peak hour. By this method, the parking demand during the weekday peak hour would be a maximum of 240 vehicles parked and 206 maximum vehicles parked during the Saturday peak hour. It should be noted however, that this assessment does not account for any reduction for the TOD. 5. As indicated above, information presented in the industry research paper was consulted to determine a 20% reduction factor to the generated parking activity. When we apply the 20% reduction factor, it was calculated that a 200 dwelling unit TOD would generate 180 vehicles parked at a maximum during the peak hour on a typical weekday and 155 vehicles parked at a maximum on a typical Saturday. 6. Based on the industry standard data and the reduction parking generation for a TOD, it is our opinion the parking demand generated by the proposed project will be contained within the areas on-site. 7. In the future condition, Municipal Parking Field 3, presently containing 132 parking stalls, will be redeveloped as parking garage containing approximately 400+/- parking stalls. However, with the construction of the proposed apartments, Municipal Parking Field 8, currently containing 151 municipal stalls, will no longer be available as public parking. During our field observations, Municipal Field 8 had a maximum of 105 stalls occupied during the weekday peak period at 11:00AM, and 14 stalls occupied during the Saturday peak at 8:00 PM. Additionally, Municipal Field 3 had a maximum of 123 parking stalls occupied during the weekday peak period at 11:00 AM and 90 parking 11

14 stalls occupied during the Saturday peak period at 8:00 PM. Combined, the two fields had a total of 228 stalls occupied during the weekday peak period can be accommodated within the proposed public parking garage with additional municipal parking available with said structure compared with that which presently exists. Accordingly, the 228 parking parked vehicles offset from the municipal parking fields during the weekday peak period and 104 parking stalls will be occupied during the Saturday peak period. This information is summarized in Tables 8 and 9 located in Appendix A. 8. After the completion of the redevelopment of Municipal Parking Field 8, there will be a total of 1,148 parking stalls available to the public. Upon a review of the information contained in Tables 1 through 9, it can be seen that upon the introduction of the proposed apartment building and the construction of the proposed parking garage on Lot 3 there will be ample space to accommodate the redistributed level of traffic. The following can be stated with regards to the study area: At 11:00 AM on a typical Friday (the time if the existing peak parking demand), 732 vehicles are parked in the various on and off street areas within the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook translating to an occupancy of 71% of the 1031 available spaces. Upon the redistribution of the parking demand from the occupation of Municipal Field 8 and the construction of the parking garage on Municipal Field 3, the parking demand will remain at 732 vehicles parked, however the study area will now have 1148 available spaces. This translates to an occupancy of 64% of the available spaces in the future condition. At 8:00 PM on a typical Saturday (the time if the existing peak parking demand), 478 vehicles are parked in the various on and off street areas within the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook translating to an occupancy of 46% of the 1031 available spaces. Upon the redistribution of the parking demand from the occupation of Municipal Field 8 and the construction of the parking garage on Municipal Field 3, the parking demand will remain at 478 vehicles parked, however the study area will now have 1148 available spaces. This translates to an occupancy of 42% of the available spaces in the future condition. 12

15 9. Based upon the analysis presented herein, the parking generated by the proposed project will not create any adverse traffic condition or hazards in the vicinity of the site. Based on the fact that the proposed Cornerstone Apartments is a Transit Oriented Development, it is reasonable to assume that all of the parking demand generated by the site will be contained on site. Additionally, based on the available data and observations, it has been demonstrated that there is ample space within the Incorporated Village of Lynbrook to accommodate the redistributed parking demand as a result of the construction of the apartment complex/parking garage. It should be noted that during the construction of the proposed apartment complex/parking garage on Municipal Field 8 and the parking garage on Municipal Field 3, vehicles that currently utilize other parking areas within the Village. During this time, there will be a higher occupancy of the other parking area, however, it is our opinion that there will be ample parking to accommodate the redistributed parking during construction. Upon the review of the information presented in our analysis of the future condition presented in this report, we believe there is ample parking to accommodate the proposed action such that there will not be undue hazard in the vicinity of the site. 13

2.0 Development Driveways. Movin Out June 2017

2.0 Development Driveways. Movin Out June 2017 Movin Out June 2017 1.0 Introduction The proposed Movin Out development is a mixed use development in the northeast quadrant of the intersection of West Broadway and Fayette Avenue in the City of Madison.

More information

Mineola Village Green

Mineola Village Green Traffic Impact Analysis Report Mineola Village Green 199 2 nd Street Mineola, New York Prepared for Mineola Metro LLC c/o Lalezarian Properties 1999 Marcus Avenue, Suite 310 Lake Success, NY 11042 Prepared

More information

IV. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS K.2. PARKING

IV. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS K.2. PARKING IV. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS K.2. PARKING ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING The following analysis summarizes the findings and conclusions of the Traffic Analysis (Traffic Study), prepared by The Mobility Group,

More information

Table 8-1: Service Frequencies for All Short-List Alternatives by Day of Week and Time of Day Frequency Day of Week Time of Day Time Period

Table 8-1: Service Frequencies for All Short-List Alternatives by Day of Week and Time of Day Frequency Day of Week Time of Day Time Period 8. Operating Plans The following Section presents the operating plans for the Short-List Alternatives. The modern streetcar operating plans are presented for Alternatives 2 and 3, followed by bus rapid

More information

Escondido Marriott Hotel and Mixed-Use Condominium Project TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS REPORT

Escondido Marriott Hotel and Mixed-Use Condominium Project TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS REPORT Escondido Marriott Hotel and Mixed-Use Condominium Project TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS REPORT Prepared for Phelps Program Management 420 Sixth Avenue, Greeley, CO 80632 Prepared by 5050 Avenida Encinas, Suite

More information

Construction Realty Co.

Construction Realty Co. MEMORANDUM TO: FROM : Jeff Pickus Construction Realty Co. Luay R. Aboona, PE Principal 9575 West Higgins Road, Suite 400 Rosemont, Illinois 60018 p: 847-518-9990 f: 847-518-9987 DATE: May 22, 2014 SUBJECT:

More information

MILLERSVILLE PARK TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MARYLAND

MILLERSVILLE PARK TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MARYLAND MILLERSVILLE PARK TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MARYLAND Prepared for: Department of Public Works Anne Arundel County Prepared by: URS Corporation 4 North Park Drive, Suite 3 Hunt Valley,

More information

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. The following is an outline of the traffic analysis performed by Hales Engineering for the traffic conditions of this project.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. The following is an outline of the traffic analysis performed by Hales Engineering for the traffic conditions of this project. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This study addresses the traffic impacts associated with the proposed Shopko redevelopment located in Sugarhouse, Utah. The Shopko redevelopment project is located between 1300 East and

More information

Trip Generation Study: Provo Assisted Living Facility Land Use Code: 254

Trip Generation Study: Provo Assisted Living Facility Land Use Code: 254 Trip Generation Study: Provo Assisted Living Facility Land Use Code: 254 Introduction The Brigham Young University Institute of Transportation Engineers (BYU ITE) student chapter completed a trip generation

More information

APPENDIX C1 TRAFFIC ANALYSIS DESIGN YEAR TRAFFIC ANALYSIS

APPENDIX C1 TRAFFIC ANALYSIS DESIGN YEAR TRAFFIC ANALYSIS APPENDIX C1 TRAFFIC ANALYSIS DESIGN YEAR TRAFFIC ANALYSIS DESIGN YEAR TRAFFIC ANALYSIS February 2018 Highway & Bridge Project PIN 6754.12 Route 13 Connector Road Chemung County February 2018 Appendix

More information

Appendix C. Traffic Study

Appendix C. Traffic Study Appendix C Traffic Study TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION Executive Summary PAGE 1.0 Introduction... 1 1.1 Scope of Work... 1 1.2 Study Area... 2 2.0 Project Description... 3 2.1 Site Access... 4 2.2 Pedestrian

More information

appendix 4: Parking Management Study, Phase II

appendix 4: Parking Management Study, Phase II appendix 4: Parking Management Study, Phase II A4-1 A4-2 Eastlake Parking Management Study Final Phase 2 Report Future Parking Demand & Supply January 6, 2017 Submitted by Denver Corp Center III 7900 E.

More information

Construction Staging Area 4 Avenue Road

Construction Staging Area 4 Avenue Road REPORT FOR ACTION Construction Staging Area 4 Avenue Road Date: September 27, 2017 To: Toronto and East York Community Council From: Acting Director, Transportation Services, Toronto and East York District

More information

King Soopers #116 Thornton, Colorado

King Soopers #116 Thornton, Colorado Traffic Impact Study King Soopers #116 Thornton, Colorado Prepared for: Galloway & Company, Inc. T R A F F I C I M P A C T S T U D Y King Soopers #116 Thornton, Colorado Prepared for Galloway & Company

More information

Proposed Inn at Bellefield Traffic Impact Assessment

Proposed Inn at Bellefield Traffic Impact Assessment Proposed Inn at Bellefield Traffic Impact Assessment Town of Hyde Park Dutchess County, New York Prepared for: T-Rex Hyde Park Owner LLC 500 Mamroneck Avenue, Suite 300 Harrison, NY 10528 June 21, 2017

More information

D. J. Halpenny & Associates Ltd. Consulting Transportation Engineers

D. J. Halpenny & Associates Ltd. Consulting Transportation Engineers D. J. Halpenny & Associates Ltd. Consulting Transportation Engineers August 24, 2015 File: 115-622 Mr. R. Baumann, President The RGB Group 277 Kirchoffer Avenue Ottawa, ON K2A 1Y1 RE: RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

More information

DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT APPLICATION MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FOURTH STREET NEAR BEDFORD HIGHWAY SUBMITTED BY: LYDON LYNCH ARCHITECTS

DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT APPLICATION MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FOURTH STREET NEAR BEDFORD HIGHWAY SUBMITTED BY: LYDON LYNCH ARCHITECTS DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT APPLICATION MULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FOURTH STREET NEAR BEDFORD HIGHWAY NOVEMBER 30, 2017 SUBMITTED BY: LYDON LYNCH ARCHITECTS TABLE OF CONTENTS LETTER OF INTRODUCTION PROJECT

More information

MINERVA PARK SITE TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY M/I HOMES. September 2, 2015

MINERVA PARK SITE TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY M/I HOMES. September 2, 2015 5500 New Albany Road Columbus, Ohio 43054 Phone: 614.775.4500 Fax: 614.775.4800 Toll Free: 1-888-775-EMHT emht.com 2015-1008 MINERVA PARK SITE TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY M/I HOMES September 2, 2015 Engineers

More information

Clean Harbors Canada, Inc.

Clean Harbors Canada, Inc. Clean Harbors Canada, Inc. Proposed Lambton Landfill Expansion Environmental Assessment Terms of Reference Transportation Assessment St. Clair Township, Ontario September 2009 itrans Consulting Inc. 260

More information

Date: February 7, 2017 John Doyle, Z-Best Products Robert Del Rio. T.E. Z-Best Traffic Operations and Site Access Analysis

Date: February 7, 2017 John Doyle, Z-Best Products Robert Del Rio. T.E. Z-Best Traffic Operations and Site Access Analysis Memorandum Date: February 7, 07 To: From: Subject: John Doyle, Z-Best Products Robert Del Rio. T.E. Z-Best Traffic Operations and Site Access Analysis Introduction Hexagon Transportation Consultants, Inc.

More information

TRAFFIC SIGNAL DESIGN REPORT KING OF PRUSSIA ROAD & RAIDER ROAD RADNOR TOWNSHIP PENNSYLVANIA

TRAFFIC SIGNAL DESIGN REPORT KING OF PRUSSIA ROAD & RAIDER ROAD RADNOR TOWNSHIP PENNSYLVANIA TRAFFIC SIGNAL DESIGN REPORT KING OF PRUSSIA ROAD & RAIDER ROAD RADNOR TOWNSHIP PENNSYLVANIA PREPARED FOR: UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA HEALTH SYSTEM 34 CIVIC CENTER BOULEVARD PHILADELPHIA, PA 1987 (61)

More information

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT Traffic Impact Study Plainfield, Illinois August 2018 Prepared for: Seefried Industrial Properties, Inc. TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 2 Introduction 3 Existing Conditions

More information

West Hills Shopping Centre Lowe s Expansion Traffic Impact Study

West Hills Shopping Centre Lowe s Expansion Traffic Impact Study West Hills Shopping Centre Lowe s Expansion Traffic Impact Study Prepared for: Armel Corporation January 2015 Paradigm Transportation Solutions Ltd. 22 King Street South, Suite 300 Waterloo ON N2J 1N8

More information

CHAPTER 9: VEHICULAR ACCESS CONTROL Introduction and Goals Administration Standards

CHAPTER 9: VEHICULAR ACCESS CONTROL Introduction and Goals Administration Standards 9.00 Introduction and Goals 9.01 Administration 9.02 Standards 9.1 9.00 INTRODUCTION AND GOALS City streets serve two purposes that are often in conflict moving traffic and accessing property. The higher

More information

November 1, Mr. Jafar Tabrizi President, Tabrizi Rugs 180 Bedford Highway. Traffic Impact Statement BH-1 and BH-2, Southgate Drive, Bedford, NS

November 1, Mr. Jafar Tabrizi President, Tabrizi Rugs 180 Bedford Highway. Traffic Impact Statement BH-1 and BH-2, Southgate Drive, Bedford, NS 161-12598 Mr. Jafar Tabrizi President, Tabrizi Rugs 180 Bedford Highway Bedford, NS B4A 1C1 [Via Email: tabrizi@tabrizi.com] RE: Traffic Impact Statement Dear Mr. Tabrizi: Plans are being prepared for

More information

APPENDIX TR-1 PARKING AND QUEUING ASSESSMENT

APPENDIX TR-1 PARKING AND QUEUING ASSESSMENT APPENDIX TR-1 PARKING AND QUEUING ASSESSMENT Overland Overland Traffic Consultants, Traffic Consultants, Inc. Inc. Overland Traffic Consultants 952 Manhattan Beach Boulevard, Suite #100 Manhattan Beach,

More information

Traffic Feasibility Study

Traffic Feasibility Study Traffic Feasibility Study Town Center South Robbinsville Township, Mercer County, New Jersey December 19, 2017 Prepared For Robbinsville Township Department of Community Development 2298 Route 33 Robbinsville,

More information

Trip Generation and Parking Study New Californian Apartments, Berkeley

Trip Generation and Parking Study New Californian Apartments, Berkeley Trip Generation and Parking Study New Californian Apartments, Berkeley Institute of Transportation Engineers University of California, Berkeley Student Chapter Spring 2012 Background The ITE Student Chapter

More information

December 5, Red Bank Planning Board Municipal Building 90 Monmouth Street Red Bank, NJ 07701

December 5, Red Bank Planning Board Municipal Building 90 Monmouth Street Red Bank, NJ 07701 Dynamic Traffic, LLC www.dynamic-traffic.com 1904 Main Street Lake Como, NJ 07719 T. 732.681.0760 December 5, 2016 Red Bank Planning Board Municipal Building 90 Monmouth Street Red Bank, NJ 07701 Re: Traffic

More information

TIMBERVINE TRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDY FORT COLLINS, COLORADO JANUARY Prepared for:

TIMBERVINE TRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDY FORT COLLINS, COLORADO JANUARY Prepared for: TIMBERVINE TRANSPORTATION IMPACT STUDY FORT COLLINS, COLORADO JANUARY 2014 Prepared for: Hartford Companies 1218 W. Ash Street Suite A Windsor, Co 80550 Prepared by: DELICH ASSOCIATES 2272 Glen Haven Drive

More information

Downtown Lee s Summit Parking Study

Downtown Lee s Summit Parking Study Downtown Lee s Summit Parking Study As part of the Downtown Lee s Summit Master Plan, a downtown parking and traffic study was completed by TranSystems Corporation in November 2003. The parking analysis

More information

ANDERSON PROPERTY SITE ANALYSIS

ANDERSON PROPERTY SITE ANALYSIS ANDERSON PROPERTY SITE ANALYSIS Introduction The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) initiated a feasibility study in the fall of 2012 to evaluate the need for transit service expansion

More information

Traffic Impact Analysis. Alliance Cole Avenue Residential Site Dallas, Texas. Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Dallas, Texas.

Traffic Impact Analysis. Alliance Cole Avenue Residential Site Dallas, Texas. Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Dallas, Texas. Traffic Impact Analysis Alliance Cole Avenue Residential Site Dallas, Texas February 15, 2018 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Dallas, Texas Project #064524900 Registered Firm F-928 Traffic Impact Analysis

More information

1. INTRODUCTION 2. PROJECT DESCRIPTION CUBES SELF-STORAGE MILL CREEK TRIP GENERATION COMPARISON

1. INTRODUCTION 2. PROJECT DESCRIPTION CUBES SELF-STORAGE MILL CREEK TRIP GENERATION COMPARISON CUBES SELF-STORAGE MILL CREEK TRIP GENERATION COMPARISON 1. INTRODUCTION This report summarizes traffic impacts of the proposed CUBES Self-Storage Mill Creek project in comparison to the traffic currently

More information

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY Purpose of Report and Study Objectives... 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY Purpose of Report and Study Objectives... 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY 1 1.1 Purpose of Report and Study Objectives... 2 1.2 Executive Summary... 3 1.2.1 Site Location and Study Area... 3 1.2.2 Development Description... 3 1.2.3

More information

Traffic Impact Study for the proposed. Town of Allegany, New York. August Project No Prepared For:

Traffic Impact Study for the proposed. Town of Allegany, New York. August Project No Prepared For: Appendix B SRF Traffic Study (Revised November 2005) Draft Environmental Impact Statement University Commons Town of Allegany, Cattaraugus County, NY December 2005 Traffic Impact Study for the proposed

More information

TRANSPORTATION STUDY FOR THE 8899 BEVERLY BOULEVARD PROJECT

TRANSPORTATION STUDY FOR THE 8899 BEVERLY BOULEVARD PROJECT DRAFT TRANSPORTATION STUDY FOR THE 8899 BEVERLY BOULEVARD PROJECT WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA NOVEMBER 2013 PREPARED FOR BEVERLY BOULEVARD ASSOCIATION PREPARED BY DRAFT TRANSPORTATION STUDY FOR THE 8899

More information

13.1. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF FINDINGS

13.1. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF FINDINGS Chapter 13: Traffic and Transportation 13.1. INTRODUCTION ND SUMMRY OF FINDINGS This Chapter assesses the potential traffic and transportation impacts of the Proposed Project and the Proposed Project s

More information

MERIVALE PRIORITY SQUARE 2852 MERIVALE ROAD CITY OF OTTAWA TRANSPORTATION BRIEF. Prepared for: ONT Inc. 25 Winding Way Nepean, Ontario K2C 3H1

MERIVALE PRIORITY SQUARE 2852 MERIVALE ROAD CITY OF OTTAWA TRANSPORTATION BRIEF. Prepared for: ONT Inc. 25 Winding Way Nepean, Ontario K2C 3H1 MERIVALE PRIORITY SQUARE 2852 MERIVALE ROAD CITY OF OTTAWA TRANSPORTATION BRIEF Prepared for: 2190986ONT Inc. 25 Winding Way Nepean, Ontario K2C 3H1 October 6, 2010 110-502 Report_1.doc D. J. Halpenny

More information

Traffic Impact Statement (TIS)

Traffic Impact Statement (TIS) Traffic Impact Statement (TIS) Vincentian PUDA Collier County, FL 10/18/2013 Prepared for: Global Properties of Naples Prepared by: Trebilcock Consulting Solutions, PA 2614 Tamiami Trail N, Suite 615 1205

More information

TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM. Part A: Introduction

TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM. Part A: Introduction TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM To: David J. Decker Decker Properties, Inc. 5950 Seminole Centre Ct. Suite 200 Madison, Wisconsin 53711 608-663-1218 Fax: 608-663-1226 www.klengineering.com From: Mike Scarmon, P.E.,

More information

Proposed Hotel and Restaurant Development

Proposed Hotel and Restaurant Development Traffic Impact Study Proposed Hotel and Restaurant Development Marbledale Road Tuckahoe, NY PREPARED FOR BILLWIN DEVELOPMENT AFFILIATES, LLC 365 WHITE PLAINS ROAD EASTCHESTER, NY. 10709 PREPARED BY Engineering

More information

STAFF REPORT # CHANGE OF ZONING

STAFF REPORT # CHANGE OF ZONING STAFF REPORT #17-2000-0007 CHANGE OF ZONING PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING DATE: November 16, 2017 (Applicant Provided Materials / Traffic Study = Blue) 1. APPLICATION: A public hearing for an application

More information

MEMORANDUM TO: Oak Park and River Forest High School District 200. Kenig, Lindgren, O Hara, Aboona, Inc.

MEMORANDUM TO: Oak Park and River Forest High School District 200. Kenig, Lindgren, O Hara, Aboona, Inc. 9575 West Higgins Road, Suite 400 Rosemont, Illinois 60018 p: 847-518-9990 f: 847-518-9987 MEMORANDUM TO: Oak Park and River Forest High School District 200 FROM: Kenig, Lindgren, O Hara, Aboona, Inc.

More information

Table Existing Traffic Conditions for Arterial Segments along Construction Access Route. Daily

Table Existing Traffic Conditions for Arterial Segments along Construction Access Route. Daily 5.8 TRAFFIC, ACCESS, AND CIRCULATION This section describes existing traffic conditions in the project area; summarizes applicable regulations; and analyzes the potential traffic, access, and circulation

More information

11 October 12, 2011 Public Hearing APPLICANT:

11 October 12, 2011 Public Hearing APPLICANT: 11 October 12, 2011 Public Hearing APPLICANT: CARING TRANSITIONS PROPERTY OWNER: HARDEE REALTY CORPORATION REQUEST: Conditional Use Permit (motor vehicle rental) STAFF PLANNER: Leslie Bonilla ADDRESS /

More information

PARKING OCCUPANCY IN WINDSOR CENTER

PARKING OCCUPANCY IN WINDSOR CENTER PARKING OCCUPANCY IN WINDSOR CENTER TOWN OF WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT REPORT JUNE 2017 CONTENTS Background... 3 Other Relevant Data... 3 Parking Survey Design... 6 Parking Supply Inventory... 6 Parking Demand

More information

Craig Scheffler, P.E., PTOE HNTB North Carolina, P.C. HNTB Project File: Subject

Craig Scheffler, P.E., PTOE HNTB North Carolina, P.C. HNTB Project File: Subject TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM To Kumar Neppalli Traffic Engineering Manager Town of Chapel Hill From Craig Scheffler, P.E., PTOE HNTB North Carolina, P.C. Cc HNTB Project File: 38435 Subject Obey Creek TIS 2022

More information

Volume 1 Traffic Impact Analysis Turtle Creek Boulevard Dallas, Texas. Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Dallas, Texas.

Volume 1 Traffic Impact Analysis Turtle Creek Boulevard Dallas, Texas. Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Dallas, Texas. Volume 1 Traffic Impact Analysis 2727 Dallas, Texas June 18, 2018 Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. Dallas, Texas Project #064523000 Registered Firm F-928 Traffic Impact Analysis 2727 Dallas, Texas Prepared

More information

RE: A Traffic Impact Statement for a proposed development on Quinpool Road

RE: A Traffic Impact Statement for a proposed development on Quinpool Road James J. Copeland, P.Eng. GRIFFIN transportation group inc. 30 Bonny View Drive Fall River, NS B2T 1R2 May 31, 2018 Ellen O Hara, P.Eng. Project Engineer DesignPoint Engineering & Surveying Ltd. 200 Waterfront

More information

Transportation & Traffic Engineering

Transportation & Traffic Engineering Transportation & Traffic Engineering 1) Project Description This report presents a summary of findings for a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) performed by A+ Engineering, Inc. for the Hill Country Family

More information

Planned Development Application 1450 Sherman Avenue Evanston, IL TRAFFIC CIRCULATION IMPACT STUDY

Planned Development Application 1450 Sherman Avenue Evanston, IL TRAFFIC CIRCULATION IMPACT STUDY Planned Development Application 1450 Sherman Avenue Evanston, IL 60201 14 TRAFFIC CIRCULATION IMPACT STUDY Traffic Impact Study 1454 Sherman Mixed-Use Development Evanston, Illinois Prepared for Prepared

More information

10-10 TEMPORARY PARKING PROHIBITION FOR SNOW PLOWING AND REMOVAL. Brighton Avenue Both Between Route NJ 71 (Norwood Avenue) and Railroad Avenue.

10-10 TEMPORARY PARKING PROHIBITION FOR SNOW PLOWING AND REMOVAL. Brighton Avenue Both Between Route NJ 71 (Norwood Avenue) and Railroad Avenue. 10-10 TEMPORARY PARKING PROHIBITION FOR SNOW PLOWING AND REMOVAL Name of Street Sides Location Brighton Avenue Both Between Route NJ 71 (Norwood Avenue) and Railroad Avenue. Campbell Court Both Entire

More information

Agenda Cover Memorandum

Agenda Cover Memorandum Agenda Cover Memorandum Meeting Date: August 21, 2017 Meeting Type: COW (Committee of the Whole) City Council Budget Workshop Item Title: Final approval of an Ordinance amending various sections of Article

More information

EL DORADO COUNTY REGIONAL FIRE PROTECTION STANDARD

EL DORADO COUNTY REGIONAL FIRE PROTECTION STANDARD EL DORADO COUNTY REGIONAL FIRE PROTECTION STANDARD EMERGENCY APPARATUS ACCESS WAYS STANDARD #B-003 EFFECTIVE 05-05-2009 PURPOSE To establish a consistent guideline for fire access roadways required by

More information

BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENT STAFF REPORT Date: November 7, 2016

BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENT STAFF REPORT Date: November 7, 2016 # 2 HOLDOVER Revised ZON2016-01992 BOARD OF ZONING ADJUSTMENT STAFF REPORT Date: November 7, 2016 CASE NUMBER 6065 APPLICANT NAME LOCATION VARIANCE REQUEST ZONING ORDINANCE REQUIREMENT ZONING AREA OF PROPERTY

More information

Traffic Impact Study Speedway Gas Station Redevelopment

Traffic Impact Study Speedway Gas Station Redevelopment Traffic Impact Study Speedway Gas Station Redevelopment Warrenville, Illinois Prepared For: Prepared By: April 11, 2018 Table of Contents 1. Introduction... 1 2. Existing Conditions... 4 Site Location...

More information

RE: 67/71 Marquette Avenue Redevelopment Transportation Overview

RE: 67/71 Marquette Avenue Redevelopment Transportation Overview 1223 Michael Street, Suite 100, Ottawa, Ontario K1J 7T2 Tel: 613.738.4160 Fax: 613.739.7105 www.delcan.com April 23, 2014 OUR REF: TO3157TOA00 BY EMAIL: mark.larose@urbanrisedevelopment.com Urban Rise

More information

TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS

TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS Emerald Isle Commercial Development Prepared by SEPI Engineering & Construction Prepared for Ark Consulting Group, PLLC March 2016 I. Executive Summary A. Site Location The Emerald

More information

Trip Generation & Parking Occupancy Data Collection: Grocery Stores Student Chapter of Institute of Transportation Engineers at UCLA Spring 2014

Trip Generation & Parking Occupancy Data Collection: Grocery Stores Student Chapter of Institute of Transportation Engineers at UCLA Spring 2014 Trip Generation & Parking Occupancy Data Collection: Grocery Stores Student Chapter of Institute of Transportation Engineers at UCLA Spring 2014 Page 1 Introduction The UCLA Institute of Transportation

More information

Existing Traffic Conditions

Existing Traffic Conditions May 14, 2014 Ms. Lorraine Weiss City of San Mateo 330 West 20 th Avenue San Mateo, CA 94403 Subject: Traffic Operational Study for the Proposed Tilton Avenue Residential Development in San Mateo, California

More information

Traffic Impact Analysis West Street Garden Plots Improvements and DuPage River Park Garden Plots Development Naperville, Illinois

Traffic Impact Analysis West Street Garden Plots Improvements and DuPage River Park Garden Plots Development Naperville, Illinois Traffic Impact Analysis West Street Garden Plots Improvements and DuPage River Park Garden Plots Development Naperville, Illinois Submitted by April 9, 2009 Introduction Kenig, Lindgren, O Hara, Aboona,

More information

San Rafael Civic Center Station Area Plan May 2012 DRAFT FOR PUBLIC REVIEW

San Rafael Civic Center Station Area Plan May 2012 DRAFT FOR PUBLIC REVIEW CHAPTER 4. PARKING Parking has been identified as a key concern among neighbors and employers in the area, both in terms of increased demand from potential new development and from SMART passengers that

More information

TRAFFIC PARKING ANALYSIS

TRAFFIC PARKING ANALYSIS TRAFFIC PARKING ANALYSIS NAPA FLEA MARKET COUNTY OF NAPA Prepared for: Tom Harding Napa-Vallejo Flea Market 33 Kelly Road American Canyon, CA 9453 Prepared by: 166 Olympic Boulevard, Suite 21 Walnut Creek,

More information

Station Evaluation. Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Project Spring 2012

Station Evaluation. Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Project Spring 2012 Station Evaluation Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Project Spring 2012 Key Ingredients for Station Development Platform Designs UNC Hospitals Station The UNC Hospitals Station Option D would be the westerly

More information

Traffic Engineering Study

Traffic Engineering Study Traffic Engineering Study Bellaire Boulevard Prepared For: International Management District Technical Services, Inc. Texas Registered Engineering Firm F-3580 November 2009 Executive Summary has been requested

More information

Attachment D Environmental Justice and Outreach

Attachment D Environmental Justice and Outreach Attachment D Environmental Justice and Outreach ATTACHMENT D Environmental Justice and Outreach Indicate whether the project will have disproportionately high and adverse impacts on minority or low income

More information

RICHMOND OAKS HEALTH CENTRE 6265 PERTH STREET OTTAWA, ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION BRIEF. Prepared for: Guycoki (Eastern) Limited.

RICHMOND OAKS HEALTH CENTRE 6265 PERTH STREET OTTAWA, ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION BRIEF. Prepared for: Guycoki (Eastern) Limited. RICHMOND OAKS HEALTH CENTRE 6265 PERTH STREET OTTAWA, ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION BRIEF Prepared for: Guycoki (Eastern) Limited June 16, 2016 116-638 Brief_1.doc D. J. Halpenny & Associates Ltd. Consulting

More information

Transportation Land Development Environmental S e r v i c e s

Transportation Land Development Environmental S e r v i c e s Transportation Land Development Environmental S e r v i c e s Memorandum To: Ms. Kristin E. Kassner Planning Director Town Hall Annex 25 Center Street Burlington, MA 01803 Date: September 23, 2013 Project

More information

Trip and Parking Generation Data Collection at Grocery Store with Gas Station and Auto Repair

Trip and Parking Generation Data Collection at Grocery Store with Gas Station and Auto Repair Trip and Parking Generation Data Collection at Grocery Store with Gas Station and Auto Repair Final Report 2011 ITE District 6 - Data Collection Project Institute of Transportation Engineers Student Chapter

More information

Table of Contents. Traffic Impact Analysis Capital One Building at Schilling Place

Table of Contents. Traffic Impact Analysis Capital One Building at Schilling Place Traffic Impact Analysis Capital One Building at Schilling Place Table of Contents Executive Summary... 1 1. Introduction... 4 2. Project Description... 4 3. Background Information... 4 4. Study Scope...

More information

BARRHAVEN FELLOWSHIP CRC 3058 JOCKVALE ROAD OTTAWA, ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION BRIEF. Prepared for:

BARRHAVEN FELLOWSHIP CRC 3058 JOCKVALE ROAD OTTAWA, ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION BRIEF. Prepared for: BARRHAVEN FELLOWSHIP CRC 3058 JOCKVALE ROAD OTTAWA, ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION BRIEF Prepared for: Barrhaven Fellowship CRC 3058 Jockvale Road Ottawa, ON K2J 2W7 December 7, 2016 116-649 Report_1.doc D. J.

More information

TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY. USD #497 Warehouse and Bus Site

TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY. USD #497 Warehouse and Bus Site TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY for USD #497 Warehouse and Bus Site Prepared by: Jason Hoskinson, PE, PTOE BG Project No. 16-12L July 8, 216 145 Wakarusa Drive Lawrence, Kansas 6649 T: 785.749.4474 F: 785.749.734

More information

1 of 8 6/20/12 12:10 PM

1 of 8 6/20/12 12:10 PM HOME PROPERTY PARKING & VEHICLES Camera Violations Commercial Programs Diplomats/Consular Manhattan Residents Parking Tickets Refunds Towed Vehicles BUSINESS/EXCISE TAXES OTHER SERVICES FORMS & PUBLICATIONS

More information

Town of Londonderry, New Hampshire NH Route 28 Western Segment Traffic Impact Fee Methodology

Town of Londonderry, New Hampshire NH Route 28 Western Segment Traffic Impact Fee Methodology Town of Londonderry, New Hampshire NH Route 28 Western Segment Traffic Impact Fee Methodology Prepared by the Londonderry Community Development Department Planning & Economic Development Division Based

More information

Traffic, Transportation & Civil Engineering Ali R. Khorasani, P.E. P.O. Box 804, Spencer, MA 01562, Tel: (508)

Traffic, Transportation & Civil Engineering Ali R. Khorasani, P.E. P.O. Box 804, Spencer, MA 01562, Tel: (508) Associates Traffic, Transportation & Civil Engineering Ali R. Khorasani, P.E. P.O. Box 804, Spencer, MA 01562, Tel: (508) 885-5121 Ms. Teri Ford, Associate 800 Boylston Street, Suite 1570 Boston, MA July

More information

King County Metro. Columbia Street Transit Priority Improvements Alternative Analysis. Downtown Southend Transit Study. May 2014.

King County Metro. Columbia Street Transit Priority Improvements Alternative Analysis. Downtown Southend Transit Study. May 2014. King County Metro Columbia Street Transit Priority Improvements Alternative Analysis Downtown Southend Transit Study May 2014 Parametrix Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Methodology... 1 Study Area...

More information

Traffic Impact Study Hudson Street Parking Garage MC Project No.: A Table of Contents

Traffic Impact Study Hudson Street Parking Garage MC Project No.: A Table of Contents Traffic Impact Study Hudson Street Parking Garage MC Project No.: 15001714A Table of Contents Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION... 1 II. EXISTING CONDITIONS... 4 III. 2015 EXISTING TRAFFIC CONDITIONS...

More information

BROWARD BOULEVARD CORRIDOR TRANSIT STUDY

BROWARD BOULEVARD CORRIDOR TRANSIT STUDY BROWARD BOULEVARD CORRIDOR TRANSIT STUDY FM # 42802411201 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY July 2012 GOBROWARD Broward Boulevard Corridor Transit Study FM # 42802411201 Executive Summary Prepared For: Ms. Khalilah Ffrench,

More information

4131 Chain Bridge Road

4131 Chain Bridge Road Traffic Impact Study 4131 Chain Bridge Road City of Fairfax, VA 05/04/16 May 4, 2016 Prepared for: Paradigm 1415 North Taft Street Suite 100 Arlington, VA 22201 This report is printed on environmentally

More information

MEMO VIA . Ms. Amy Roth DPS Director, City of Three Rivers. To:

MEMO VIA  . Ms. Amy Roth DPS Director, City of Three Rivers. To: MEMO To: Ms. Amy Roth DPS Director, City of Three Rivers VIA EMAIL From: Michael J. Labadie, PE Julie M. Kroll, PE, PTOE Brandon Hayes, PE, P.Eng. Fleis & VandenBrink Date: January 5, 2017 Re: Proposed

More information

POLICY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND POSTING OF SPEED LIMITS ON COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP HIGHWAYS WITHIN MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS

POLICY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND POSTING OF SPEED LIMITS ON COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP HIGHWAYS WITHIN MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS POLICY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND POSTING OF SPEED LIMITS ON COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP HIGHWAYS WITHIN MCHENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS MCHENRY COUNTY DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION 16111 NELSON ROAD WOODSTOCK, IL 60098

More information

APPENDIX C-2. Traffic Study Supplemental Analysis Memo

APPENDIX C-2. Traffic Study Supplemental Analysis Memo APPENDIX C-2 Traffic Study Supplemental Analysis Memo The Mobility Group Transportation Strategies & Solutions Memorandum To: From: Subject: Tomas Carranza, LADOT Matthew Simons Traffic Review - Revised

More information

Purpose: General Provisions:

Purpose: General Provisions: 10-19-1 Purpose: The purpose of off-street parking requirements is to promote traffic/pedestrian safety and efficiency and to minimize hard surfaced areas to reduce storm water run-off and visual impacts

More information

Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 3 PROJECT STUDY AREA Figure 1 Vicinity Map Study Area... 4 EXISTING CONDITIONS... 5 TRAFFIC OPERATIONS...

Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 3 PROJECT STUDY AREA Figure 1 Vicinity Map Study Area... 4 EXISTING CONDITIONS... 5 TRAFFIC OPERATIONS... Crosshaven Drive Corridor Study City of Vestavia Hills, Alabama Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 3 PROJECT STUDY AREA... 3 Figure 1 Vicinity Map Study Area... 4 EXISTING CONDITIONS... 5 TRAFFIC OPERATIONS...

More information

±25,934 SF C-3 ZONED PAD

±25,934 SF C-3 ZONED PAD ±25,934 SF C-3 ZONED PAD SOUTH 5TH AVENUE, TUCSON, ARIZONA CONTACT US DAVE VOLK Vice President +1 520 323 5102 david.volk@cbre.com BRUCE SUPPES Vice President +1 520 323 5155 bruce.suppes@cbre.com PROPERTY

More information

Proposed location of Camp Parkway Commerce Center. Vicinity map of Camp Parkway Commerce Center Southampton County, VA

Proposed location of Camp Parkway Commerce Center. Vicinity map of Camp Parkway Commerce Center Southampton County, VA Proposed location of Camp Parkway Commerce Center Vicinity map of Camp Parkway Commerce Center Southampton County, VA Camp Parkway Commerce Center is a proposed distribution and industrial center to be

More information

APPENDIX B Traffic Analysis

APPENDIX B Traffic Analysis APPENDIX B Traffic Analysis Rim of the World Unified School District Reconfiguration Prepared for: Rim of the World School District 27315 North Bay Road, Blue Jay, CA 92317 Prepared by: 400 Oceangate,

More information

Public Meeting: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) TNC (Transportation Network Company) Lot on S. Eads Street

Public Meeting: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) TNC (Transportation Network Company) Lot on S. Eads Street Public Meeting: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) TNC (Transportation Network Company) Lot on S. Eads Street Department of Environmental Services, Transportation Division Sept. 27, 2018

More information

DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY 1627 MAXIME STREET CITY OF OTTAWA TRANSPORTATION OVERVIEW. Prepared for: Subhas Bhargava. July 9, Overview_1.

DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY 1627 MAXIME STREET CITY OF OTTAWA TRANSPORTATION OVERVIEW. Prepared for: Subhas Bhargava. July 9, Overview_1. DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY 1627 MAXIME STREET CITY OF OTTAWA TRANSPORTATION OVERVIEW Prepared for: Subhas Bhargava July 9, 2015 115-620 Overview_1.doc D. J. Halpenny & Associates Ltd. Consulting Transportation

More information

Draft Report: West Berkeley Bowl Project

Draft Report: West Berkeley Bowl Project Draft Report: West Berkeley Bowl Project July 2004 Prepared for: The City of Berkeley 1031-1925 F EHR & PEERS TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANTS 3685 Mt. Diablo Blvd. #301 Lafayette, CA 94549 925-284-3200 Fax:

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING

ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING II. ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING A. OVERVIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING This section provides a brief overview of the project site s regional and local setting. Additional descriptions of the environmental setting

More information

Appendix G Traffic and Parking Report

Appendix G Traffic and Parking Report Appendix G Traffic and Parking Report TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGE Executive Summary... v 1.0 Introduction... 1 1.1 Study Area... 3 2.0 Project Description... 4 2.1 Site Location... 4 2.2 Existing Project

More information

Traffic Impact Study for Proposed Olive Boulevard Development

Traffic Impact Study for Proposed Olive Boulevard Development Traffic Impact Study for Proposed 11330 Olive Boulevard Development Creve Coeur, Missouri July 7, 2017 Prepared For: 11330 Olive Boulevard Development 11330 Olive Boulevard Creve Coeur, Missouri 63141

More information

HUMC/Mountainside Hospital Redevelopment Plan

HUMC/Mountainside Hospital Redevelopment Plan Traffic and Parking Analysis HUMC/Mountainside Hospital Redevelopment Plan in Glen Ridge Borough and Montclair Township PREPARED FOR H2M 119 Cherry Hill Road, Suite 110 Parsippany, NJ 07054 862.207.5900

More information

Re: Addendum No. 4 Transportation Overview 146 Mountshannon Drive Ottawa, Ontario

Re: Addendum No. 4 Transportation Overview 146 Mountshannon Drive Ottawa, Ontario April 18 th, 2017 Mr. Kevin Yemm Vice President, Land Development Richraft Group of Companies 2280 St. Laurent Boulevard, Suite 201 Ottawa, Ontario (Tel: 613.739.7111 / e-mail: keviny@richcraft.com) Re:

More information

PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS FM 664 / OVILLA ROAD WIDENING & IMPROVEMENTS FM 664 / OVILLA ROAD CONNECTS US 287 WITH I-45 (SOURCE: TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. 2016 FM 664 / OVILLA ROAD WIDENING

More information

886 March Road McDonald's Transportation Study

886 March Road McDonald's Transportation Study McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Limited March 2013 886 March Road McDonald's Transportation Study Submitted by: HDR Corporation 100 York Boulevard, Suite 300 Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1J8 (905) 882-4100 www.hdrinc.com

More information

Section 5.0 Traffic Information

Section 5.0 Traffic Information Section 5.0 Traffic Information 10.0 TRANSPORTATION MDM Transportation Consultants, Inc. (MDM) has prepared an evaluation of transportation impacts for the proposed evaluation for the expansion of the

More information

LAWRENCE TRANSIT CENTER LOCATION ANALYSIS 9 TH STREET & ROCKLEDGE ROAD / 21 ST STREET & IOWA STREET LAWRENCE, KANSAS

LAWRENCE TRANSIT CENTER LOCATION ANALYSIS 9 TH STREET & ROCKLEDGE ROAD / 21 ST STREET & IOWA STREET LAWRENCE, KANSAS LAWRENCE TRANSIT CENTER LOCATION ANALYSIS 9 TH STREET & ROCKLEDGE ROAD / 21 ST STREET & IOWA STREET LAWRENCE, KANSAS TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY FEBRUARY 214 OA Project No. 213-542 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION...

More information