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A Traffic Impact Analysis of the New Baltimore Service District Plan

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Table of Contents

 

Topic

Page

A. Introduction

 

1. Study Area and Purpose

3

2. Existing and Proposed Uses

6

3. Existing Roadways and Programmed Improvements

 

7

 

B. Analysis of Existing Conditions

 

1. Peak Hour Traffic Volumes

9

2. Capacity Analysis and Levels of Service

 

9

 

C. Trip Generation

 

10

 

D. Traffic Distribution and Traffic Assignments

 

10

 

E. Analysis of Buildout Conditions (2030)

 

1. Peak Hour Traffic Volumes (AM/PM)

11

2. Capacity Analysis & Levels of Service

11

3. Recommended Improvements Priority List

 

12

 

F. Conclusions

 

14

 

Figures

 

Figure 1: New Baltimore Service District Boundary

4

Figure 2: Intersections Analyzed

5

Figure 3: Lane Geometry and Levels of Service (Existing Conditions)

17

Figure 4: AM/PM Peak Hour Volumes (Existing Conditions)

18

Figure 5: Trip Distribution Patterns

19

Figure 6: AM/PM Peak Hour Volumes (Build-Out Conditions)

20

Figure 7: Lane Geometry and Levels of Service (2030 Build-Out Conditions)

 

21

 

Tables

 

Table 1: Levels of Service and Maximum Queue Lengths (Existing Conditions)

23

Table 2: Trip Generation Summary

24

Table 3: Levels of Service and Maximum Queue lengths (2030 Build-Out Conditions)

 

25

 

Appendix

 

1. Methodology for a New Baltimore Service District Build-Out

 

2. Level of Service Definitions

 

3. Existing Conditions Synchro Work Sheets

 

4. Build-Out (Year 2030) Conditions Synchro Work Sheets

 

Date Last Modified: 02/23/2010

 
 


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