of acceptable service-Level of Service D. (Level Service C for Shelby County)
13.Recommendations for site access and transportation improvements
needed to maintain traffic flow to, from, within, and past the site at an acceptable and safe level of service. Improvements typically include roadway widening (minimum pavement width is 18 feet), turn lanes, traffic signals, safety (sight distance) measures, and transportation demand management strategies. Detailed improvements and their cost specifically associated with the development should be identified. Improvements needed to achieve
Level of Service D (Level Service C for Shelby County) should be recommended and would be constructed at the developer’s expense.
14.On site issues including number and location of driveways, parking needs, circulation, pedestrians and truck access and
15.The Traffic Impact Study report should be presented in a straightforward and logical sequence. It should lead the reader step by step through the various stages of the process and to the resulting conclusions and recommendations. Transportation improvements that achieve the needed level of site access and mitigate any adverse effects the development related traffic may have on the transportation system should be described. Sufficient detail should be included so the reviewing agency will be able to follow the methodology of the analysis and associated findings and recommendations.
TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY GENERAL INFORMATION
The Triple S Planning Commission or the Board of Adjustments and Appeals will, at the developers expense, obtain a Traffic Impact Study for any zone change which results in an increase of traffic as stated above. If no action is taken to advance the project within one (1) year, the Traffic Impact Study must be updated if the project continues. However, the Commission/Board may request an updated Traffic Impact Study at any time.
Changes to the project during development will require that the
Traffic Impact Study be revised to reflect the changes. The Developer