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Teller County Department of Transportation

Teller County Transportation Study

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TELLER COUNTY TRANSPORTATION STUDY FINAL REPORT - DRAFT

INDEX


Chapter 1 - BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE

Chapter 2 - TRANSPORTATION CONTEXT
    Transportation Issues and Opportunities
    Goals and Objectives
    The Mission
    The Goals for Roadway Maintenance and Improvement
    Goals for Alternate Modes
    The Objectives

Chapter 3 - PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT
Public Open Houses
Special Forums
County Web Site
County Commissioner Briefings

Chapter 4 - INVENTORY of EXISTING CONDITIONS

Chapter 5 - FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION
Overview Of Existing Functional Class System
Functional Classes Defined For Use In Teller County
Minor Arterial Roads
Collector Roads
Local Roads
Other Roads
Opportunities For System Improvements
Principal Arterial Elements
Minor Arterial Elements
Collector Element
Results of System Changes

Chapter 6 - TRAVEL DEMAND MODEL
Model Development
Land Use Data
Baseline Data
Analysis
Summary
Model Network Development
Future Travel Demand Modeling
Users Guide and Procedures
Model Maintenance
Suggested Enhancements
Batch Processing
Travel Survey
Data Network Refinements
Land Use Data Refinements

Chapter 7 - TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM ALTERNATIVES
Roadway Facilities and Maintenance Alternatives
Alternate Mode Alternatives
Dust Suppressant
Signs
Guardrail (2)
Public Transit
Evaluation of Alternative Scenarios
Developing the Preferred Level-of-Service Scenario

Chapter 8 - ROAD FACILITIES PLAN/CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
New Roads
Reconstruction of Existing Roads
Surface Improvement
Roadway Reclassification

Chapter 9 - TRAFFIC PROGRAMS
Traffic Safety Program
Create a more forgiving roadside
Remove/mitigate fixed objects in clear zone
Trees
Utility poles
County Signs Compliance Program
Speed Limit Study
Transport Policy and Permit

Chapter 10 - OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT PLAN
Bridges
Signs
Guardrail (2)
Gravel to Chip/Seal
Chip/Seal to Pavement
Comparisons and Considerations for Roadways

Chapter 11 - IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
Revenue Trends
Revenue Projections
Anticipated Roadway Needs
Preferred and Recommended Levels of Service
Investment Category
Roadway Surface Type
Roadway Geometrics
Signs
Striping
Guardrail
Transit Services
Preferred Long-Range Plan
Roadways
Alternate Modes
Recommended Long-Range Financially Constrained Plan
Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
Teller County General Road and Bridge Funds
Grant/Project Funds
Funding Sources and Approaches
Infrastructure Investment and Reporting
Asset Management
GASB and Teller County Roadways
Recommendations

APPENDICES


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