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APPROACH/TECHNICAL CHALLENGES State-of-the-art methodologies: 2015, 2025 and 2030State-of-the-art methodologies: Travel Demand Forecasting (TDF) analyses.

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1 APPROACH/TECHNICAL CHALLENGES State-of-the-art methodologies: 2015, 2025 and 2030State-of-the-art methodologies: Travel Demand Forecasting (TDF) analyses – 2015, 2025 and 2030 updated to 2005Land use data – updated to Traffic Analysis ZonesLevel of analysis –135 Traffic Analysis Zones 12 different Scenarios12 different Scenarios with and without I-95 interchanges at Madeline Ave and Pioneer Trail Close cooperation maintained 10 meetingsClose cooperation maintained between Study Partners staff and Consultant : 10 meetings ACCOMPLISHMENTS/RESULTS Scenarios I (2025) and B-2 (2030)Two solutions: Scenarios I (2025) and B-2 (2030) OBJECTIVES To identify and define potential deficiencies and to suggest possible solutions... in order to maintain adopted level of service... standardsTo identify and define potential deficiencies and to suggest possible solutions... in order to maintain adopted level of service... standards V = volume of traffic C = design capacity V/C ˂ 1.0 Road Succeeds V/C ˃ 1.0 Road Fails Goal:solution to meet the needs and desiresGoal: Determine a solution to meet the needs and desires of all four Study Partners STUDY PARTNERS: Cities of Edgewater – New Smyrna Beach Port Orange – County of Volusia CONSULTANT: Ghyabi & Associates, Inc. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: August January 2008 SOUTHEAST VOLUSIA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY (SVRTS): Overview and Combined Proposal Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve

2 SVRTS Results Up to 2025 SVRTS recommended adoption of Scenario I:Up to 2025 SVRTS recommended adoption of Scenario I: No I-95 interchangesNo I-95 interchanges InexpensiveInexpensive Increased safetyIncreased safety Two-lane Williamson Boulevard extension from Airport Road to SR-44 and from SR-44 to SR-442Two-lane Williamson Boulevard extension from Airport Road to SR-44 and from SR-44 to SR-442 but No Williamson Boulevard extension between Pioneer Trail to SR-44 until 2030No Williamson Boulevard extension between Pioneer Trail to SR-44 until 2030 No alternative N-S route to I-95No alternative N-S route to I-95 Limited access to both Activity Center (Walmart) and proposed Woodhaven Commercial ProjectLimited access to both Activity Center (Walmart) and proposed Woodhaven Commercial Project 2030 SVRTS Scenario B-2: 2030 SVRTS Scenario B-2: I-95 interchange at Madeline Avenue I-95 interchange at Madeline Avenue Maximal access to north Port Orange Maximal access to north Port Orange Very expensive Very expensive Decreased safety Decreased safety Two-lane Williamson Boulevard extension from Airport Road all the way to SR-442 Two-lane Williamson Boulevard extension from Airport Road all the way to SR-442 Alternative N-S route Alternative N-S route Access to both Activity Center (Walmart) and proposed Woodhaven Commercial Project by all four Study Partners Access to both Activity Center (Walmart) and proposed Woodhaven Commercial Project by all four Study Partners

3 Martins Dairy Road Along Turnbull Bay Road

4 Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve Sunset Bluff Trail Spruce Creek Trail Signage

5 According to Port Orange An I-95/Pioneer Trail interchange is necessary to alleviate the traffic congestion at the I-95/Dunlawton Avenue interchange. However, SVRTS Concluded that Interchanges provide access, not capacity. Professional Transportation Planners (PTPs) Proposed I-95 interchanges at both Madeline Avenue and Pioneer Trail provided primarily access at those points but very little traffic relief for the I-95/Dunlawton Avenue interchange Proposed I-95 interchanges at both Madeline Avenue and Pioneer Trail provided primarily access at those points but very little traffic relief for the I-95/Dunlawton Avenue interchange Proposed interchange at Pioneer Trail would cause the roads east of I-95 in New Smyrna Beach to fail by Proposed interchange at Pioneer Trail would cause the roads east of I-95 in New Smyrna Beach to fail by 2030.

6 2030 SVRTS Combined Proposal Combine SVRTS Scenarios I and B-2 Combine SVRTS Scenarios I and B-2, which would include two-lane extension of Williamson Boulevard from Airport Road all the way to plus a two-lane extension of Williamson Boulevard from Airport Road all the way to SR-442 in Edgewater. provide access to all four Study Partners plus the proposed Woodhaven Commercial Project minimal cost SR-442 in Edgewater. This would provide access to all four Study Partners plus the proposed Woodhaven Commercial Project and all at minimal cost. No failure of New Smyrna Beach roads east of I-95 No Madeline interchang No Madeline interchange Original oil paintings of the Turnbull Bay Community area were provided as a courtesy by award winning traditional landscape painter Kent Sullivan, 3831 Iron Wedge Drive, Orlando, FL 32802; (407) ;

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