Halff led efforts to perform a needs assessment to determine the type and intensity of truck traffic using the downtown corridor and its effect on road space and downtown accessibility, considering mapped constraints.
Working group meetings, a public meeting and one-on-one stakeholder interviews developed the goals and directives of the study, which focused on developing alternatives to reduce truck traffic and blend with ongoing planning efforts in the downtown area.
Alternatives were evaluated against performance measures to determine the preferred alternative. Halff developed an implementation plan including short-, mid- and long-term improvements. The study also included the traffic evaluation of changing one-way streets to allow two-way traffic on North A and B, 10th and 11th Streets. Again, alternatives were evaluated, and the preferred scenario was selected and documented as part of the final report.
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