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1st Place & Galloway Street NE - Appendix E

1st Place & Galloway Street NE - Appendix E

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This Transportation Access Study & Improvement Plan focuses on improving access for pedestrians, bicyclists, buses, and vehicles to the Fort Totten Metrorail station.
This Transportation Access Study & Improvement Plan focuses on improving access for pedestrians, bicyclists, buses, and vehicles to the Fort Totten Metrorail station.

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Appendix
 
E:
 
Traffic
 
Analysis
 
Memorandum
 
 
 
Sabra, Wang & Associates, Inc.
Engineers
Planners
Analysts 
Sabra, Wang, & Associates, Inc. Page 1
MEMORANDUMTo:
R.J. Eldridge, Director of Planning, Toole Design Group
From:
Paul Silberman, P.E., PTOE, Sabra, Wang & Associates, Inc
Subject:
1
st
Place and Galloway Ave., NE Traffic Analysis
Date
: April 15, 2010
 
A. Introduction
The District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT) requested a traffic analysis be performed to evaluate proposed roadway conditions in the area of the Fort TottenMetrorail Station in northeast Washington, DC. A location map of the study area is shownin
Figure 1
. The study area is bounded by 1
st
Place NE on the west, Riggs Road NE on thenorth, South Dakota Avenue NE on the east, and Galloway Street NE on the south. Fivestudy intersections are considered:
 
Riggs Rd NE at First Place NE
 
Riggs Rd NE at South Dakota Ave NE
 
First Place NE at WMATA Park & Ride Entrance
 
Galloway St NE at 3
rd
St NE/Kiss & Ride lot
 
South Dakota Ave NE at Galloway St NE
B. Future Development
Several land parcels north of Galloway Street, west of South Dakota Avenue, andsurrounding the Riggs Road at South Dakota Avenue intersection are programmed to beredeveloped with mixed use residential, retail, and institutional land uses. The recentlyconstructed Fort Totten Station development along 3
rd
Street just north of Galloway Streetwas assumed to be fully occupied in the existing baseline condition for purposes of thisanalysis. The two largest programmed developments were assumed to occur for the futurescenario conjunction with this analysis:
 
Art Place & Shops (Cafritz)
 
The Dakotas/Fort Totten SquareWhile there has been discussion of future development on the WMATA Park & Ride loteast of First Place, this development was not considered as a part of this analysis.
 
First Place and Galloway Street NE Traffic Analysis
 Sabra, Wang, & Associates, Inc. Page 2

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