Transportation design

A developer plans to construct an office building in the northwest quadrant on a corner lot to be used as a corporate headquarters for a large financial institution. The building will be 10 stories with 280,000 square feet of space. In addition to the office building, there are six businesses in a separate building: (1) office supply 19,600 sq. ft.; (2) cafeteria -14,000 sq. ft.; (3) grocery store -62,000 sq ft.; (4) dress shop 2,800 sq. ft.; (5) post office -4,250 sq. ft.; (6) pharmacy 10,000 sq. ft.; and (7) Salon & Spa 5,650 sq. ft.

The development site will also have space for three out parcels: (1) branch bank with four drive thru lanes, (2) service station with six fueling positions, and (3) a sit-down restaurant with 16,250 sq. ft

The development will have two driveways on Main Street and two on Side Street; however, the driveway closer to the intersection on Main Street will be limited to right turns in and out. The PM peak hour traffic volume on Main Street is 1600vph westbound and 800vph eastbound. The PM peak hour traffic volume on Side Street is 750vph northbound and 300vph southbound

You have been hired by the developer to handle all of the transportation needs for the project. First, you need to prepare a Traffic Impact Report. The first part your report should discuss the volume of traffic that will be generated by the development during the PM peak of travel. The second part of your report should discuss the distribution of turning movements at each driveway. (The inbound trips vs outbound trips must be determined as well as the percentage pass-by trips for each land use.) The third part should forecast the new traffic of volumes on the intersection of Main and Side Streets

The Traffic Impact Report should be of professional quality with a letter of transmittal to me.

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