|Re: Cohousing traffic studies - Nyland||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Dick Margulis (dickdmargulis.com)|
|Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2021 06:25:58 -0800 (PST)|
When we went through the zoning process, we were required to submit a traffic study of the kind you describe. It had to be produced and signed by a PE. It was a minor annoyance compared to all the other engineering work we had to submit. If I recall correctly, it was around $6K in 2014. There was no magic to it, but it wasn't something the zoning board would have accepted a generic substitution for. It had to be specific to the road we were proposing to end our driveway on. It was a one-time engagement of a traffic engineer, and none of us ever interacted with him. It wasn't a big deal.
On 1/7/2021 3:51 PM, Midcoast Cohousing wrote:
The traffic study is helpful, however, for a different question that has been raised: the impact on traffic jams on Route One, a busy road already that people must use at times. If there is a study, even an old one, that indicates a smaller traffic impact than a conventional development might produce, it’s one advantage we can point to if people ask.
- Cohousing traffic studies - Nyland Midcoast Cohousing, January 6 2021
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