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East/West Mobility Study


JULY 2017
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The study is to develop strategies for roadway improvements that address east/west mobility in an area between (and including) Thunderbird/Waddell Road and Northern Avenue, extending from Loop 303 to SR-51. East/west mobility in this part of the metropolitan region is a continuing concern, in view of growing travel demand and the spacing of regional facilities serving the area. Cost effective strategies that improve east/west traffic flow are needed to help mitigate significant constraints on east/west mobility in the future. The overall goal of the study is to recommend concepts for improving east/west mobility by enhancing traffic flow and the capacity of the road network in the study area. The study recommendation will identify feasible improvement project concepts, costs and evaluate cost effectiveness. It is anticipated that options considered would include: signing improvements, directional bias/ reversible lanes, signal synchronization/coordination, ITS, removal of access, medians/turn restrictions, intersection improvements, gap closures, street extensions/ widenings, installation of bus bays, and grade separations.

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Senior Project Manager:
Roger Herzog