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    Current AADT and Peak Hour traffic volume counts on the adjacent              road or roads and intersections (including turning movements),

    existing levels of service on roadways and physical character-

    istics of the subject roadways.  Average peak hour traffic

    volume shall be the highest average Peak Hour volume for any                       weekday 24 hour period.

6.  Identification of the traffic congestion, accident areas and

   other deficiencies of the transportation system in the study

   area as may be determined by accident data available to the public.

7. Anticipated nearby land development (planned or under construct-

   ion) associated traffic; and overall growth trends in the area

8. Capacity and level of service determination during the peak or

   critical period(s) for the full development year for all  

   affected streets/roads and the first intersections, in both

   directions, as measured from the boundary of the property to the first          County Road/Street, City Road/Street, State Road/Highway or US                  Highway.  The Commission/Board may also require that other major

   intersections that may be impacted by the proposed development be            included in the Traffic Impact Study.  The Professional Engineer                    responsible for the study will consult with the Commission/Board prior        to beginning the study to determine if other intersections should be             included.  If the Traffic Impact Study indicates that the proposed                   development has a very insignificant     or no effect on the existing road      at the proposed intersection     then additional intersection studies may       not be required.

9. Projection of existing traffic volumes to the full development

   year (assuming full build out and occupancy) composed of all

   the following:

   (A) Existing Traffic Volumes

   (B) Non-Site traffic volume growth in the corridor between

   the existing year and the Full development year

(C)

The traffic volume added by the proposed development                     

10.A future combined traffic volume plan for typical daily and key      peak        hours of the development and roadway system.  A description of any           roadway/intersection improvements which have been assumed as being      in place at full development.

11.An assessment of the change in roadway operating conditions                      resulting from the development (quantifying the impact of the

     development)

12.Development and evaluation of potential improvement measures

    needed to mitigate the impact of the development to the level

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