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Gaines Street Corridor Feasibility Study

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Gaines Street Corridor Feasibility Study

Gaines Street Corridor Feasibility Study

Client: City of Tallahassee
Location: Tallahassee, FL
Size: 1.2 Mile Cooridor
Service: Transportation & Mobility

Highlights:
Contact Staff: James P. Sullivan, P.E.
 

This Feasibility Study involved extensive traffic operational analysis, planning, and environmental evaluations which identified deficiencies and recommended improvements to current and future levels of service along the Gaines Street corridor from Lake Bradford Road to South Monroe Street. 

The Study expanded a previously completed FDOT Project Development and Environmental (PD&E) Study for Gaines Street in order to evaluate conversion of  the existing roadway from four lanes to two lanes.

A traffic analysis of the Study area (Tennessee Street to Orange Avenue and Stadium Drive to S. Monroe Street) was conducted for the future years 2008 and 2028.  Extensive public input was incorporated into the study through meetings with public officials, redevelopment committees, university representatives, and concerned citizens.

Improvements were recommended that enhanced traffic flow, encouraged multi-modal uses, minimized social, economic and environmental impacts, and supported ongoing public and private revitalization efforts.

Two �build� alternatives were evaluated for the Gaines Street corridor: a one-way pair facility which was coupled with Madison Street to the north, and a two-way facility which required additional roadway improvements in the project area.  Both alternatives incorporated two 11- foot -wide travel lanes, in-street bike lanes and sidewalks on Gaines Street. 

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Gaines Street Corridor Feasibility Study


Tallahassee, FL

Client:

City of Tallahassee

Location:

Tallahassee, FL

Size:

1.2 Mile Cooridor

Service

Transportation & Mobility

Highlights:

Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities
Public Involvement
Stormwater Analysis and Solutions Design
Traffic Engineering
Traffic Modeling

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

Gaines Street Corridor Feasibility Study

This Feasibility Study involved extensive traffic operational analysis, planning, and environmental evaluations which identified deficiencies and recommended improvements to current and future levels of service along the Gaines Street corridor from Lake Bradford Road to South Monroe Street. 

The Study expanded a previously completed FDOT Project Development and Environmental (PD&E) Study for Gaines Street in order to evaluate conversion of  the existing roadway from four lanes to two lanes.

A traffic analysis of the Study area (Tennessee Street to Orange Avenue and Stadium Drive to S. Monroe Street) was conducted for the future years 2008 and 2028.  Extensive public input was incorporated into the study through meetings with public officials, redevelopment committees, university representatives, and concerned citizens.

Improvements were recommended that enhanced traffic flow, encouraged multi-modal uses, minimized social, economic and environmental impacts, and supported ongoing public and private revitalization efforts.

Two �build� alternatives were evaluated for the Gaines Street corridor: a one-way pair facility which was coupled with Madison Street to the north, and a two-way facility which required additional roadway improvements in the project area.  Both alternatives incorporated two 11- foot -wide travel lanes, in-street bike lanes and sidewalks on Gaines Street. 

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