Community Workshop

City of Dunwoody Comprehensive Transportation Plan
October 18, 2010

Project Purposes
• Identify transportation needs and appropriate strategies • Identify specific actions to implement the goals of the City’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan • Define necessary transportation priorities, policies, projects and/or programs

Project Schedule

July/August 2010

May 2011

Coordination and Involvement
• Contact Project Team • Advisory Committee • Community Workshops and Open Houses • Survey • CTP Website

Comprehensive Plan
• City-wide Vision Statement: “..preserves the past, promotes the economic vitality, protects the residential nature of its neighborhoods, presents viable options as a place to live through all stages of life and ability, and prepares for the future through: • Increased connectivity • Enhanced transportation options, including bicycle and pedestrian • Expanded functional greenspace and park ownership designed to improve the health, vitality and recreational enjoyment of our City’s business and residents and the long-term sustainability of our City.

Comprehensive Plan
• Polices • Multi-modal transportation options: • pedestrian and bicycle network • transit service • travel demand management (TDM) • Network connectivity • Effective maintenance program to preserve current investment • Goals • Prepare a bicycle and pedestrian plan • Improve operation and safety on two-lane roads • Promote a grid network of streets • Determine appropriate traffic mitigation measures • Consider innovative methods for relieving congestion • Explore golf cart feasibility

Existing Conditions- Planned Projects
Dunwoody STWP
• Annual Road Resurfacing • New Sidewalks • Kingsley Elementary SRTS Improvement • Intersection Improvements • Traffic Calming • Dunwoody Village Streetscape Project • Signal Coordination 8. Road Safety Projects (Signage and Striping)

PCID

• Hammond Drive • Perimeter Center West Signal Timing • Ashford Dunwoody Diverging Diamond Interchange

GDOT

• Revive285 top end • Signal Upgrade at 13 intersections on Chamblee Dunwoody, North Shallowford, and North Peachtree

Existing Conditions- Bike Suitability

Existing Conditions-Sidewalk Inventory

Existing Conditions- Transit Facilities

Existing Conditions- Truck Routes

Existing Conditions- Congestion Levels

Workshop Format

We want to hear from You!
• Activity Stations • Issues and Opportunities • Policies and Goals • Mapping • Health Impact Assessment • Comments/Survey

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