NYS Routes 441/250 Land Use and Access Management Plan

Town of Penfield, Monroe County, New York

 SRF & Associates developed a comprehensive and coordinated growth management plan along two prominent state routes to improve safety and capacity by carefully managing access points within the context of land use patterns. Existing and 20-year future traffic scenarios were projected and analyzed based on existing land usage as well as alternative land use patterns. Arterial management strategies were developed and incorporated into a Land Use-Access Management Plan (LUAMP) and Access Management Corridor Overlay Zone. This plan also included roadway and geometric design recommendations.

This project was designated by the NYSDOT Corridor Management Group as a case study in the publication Best Practices in Arterial Management, November, 1996. The project case study was also chosen by the USDOT-FHWA and the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Committee on Access Management as a Selected Paper from the Second National Conference on Access Management for presentation at the TRB 1997 Annual Meeting. Additionally, this project was cited in the publication Local Tools for Smart Growth: Practical Strategies and Techniques To Improve Our Communities (2001)



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