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Traffic Impact Study Technical Working Group

The Transportation Impact Study Technical Working Group will play a key role in the Department’s efforts to draft an amendment to the LATR Guidelines. The focus of the amendment process will include researching, testing and recommending changes to the Department’s current Transportation Impact Study procedures for new development. The goal of the amendment will be to employ state-of-the-practice and state-of the art professional analysis tools, methodologies and technologies to measure, monitor and assess transportation impacts of site development and appropriate mitigation approaches across all modes of travel. The study recommendations will inform the Planning Board’s proposed amendments to the next update of the Subdivision Staging Policy in 2016. A primary task of the group is to assist in the development and testing of potential new approaches that are reflective of the wide range of stakeholder perspectives on the topic.

Documents

Meeting #21 Packet
Meeting #20 Packet
Meeting #19 Packet
Meeting #18 Packet
Meeting #17 Packet
Meeting #16 Packet

Meeting #15 Packet

Meeting #14 Packet
Meeting #13 Packet
Meeting #12 Packet
Meeting #11 Packet
July 9, 2015 Planning Board Briefing
Meeting No. 10 Packet
Fehr & Peers California VMT Presentation
Meeting No. 9 Packet
Meeting No. 8 Packet
April 1, 2015 SSP Edits
April 1 2015 LATR Concepts Memorandum
Meeting No. 7 Packet
Alternative to LATR
Meeting No. 6 Packet
January 4, 2015 Concepts Memorandum
December 3, 2014 Meeting Comment Responses
Meeting No. 5 Agenda
Meeting No. 4 Packet
November 30, 2014 Memorandum to Members
Meeting No. 3 Packet
Meeting No. 2 Packet
LATR/TPAR Literature Review
Meeting No. 1 Packet
LATR-TPAR Update Work Scope
Renaissance P34-148 Proposal

Montgomery County Trip Generation Rate Study (August 1989)

Last Updated: October 5, 2017