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St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
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St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements

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St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements
To provide an overview of current traffic conditions on St. Johns Street, in particular AM and PM rush times, and to provide short, medium, and long-term recommendations for efficiency improvements

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  • 1. City of Port Moody St. Johns Street Efficiency Improvements “To provide an overview of current traffic conditions on St. Johns Street, in particular AM and PM rush times, and to provide short, medium, and long-term recommendations for efficiency improvements”.
  • 2. Daily Traffic Volumes Along Corridors Corridor Vehicles per 24-Hour Period AM Peak Hour Volume and Direction PM Peak Hour Volume and Direction St. Johns Street 38,000 2,200 Westbound 2,000 Eastbound Barnet Highway 30,000 2,400 Westbound 2,200 Eastbound Clarke Road 25,000 1,400 Southbound 1,100 Northbound Murray Street 24,000 1,200 Westbound 1,400 Eastbound Clarke Street 14,000 1,200 Westbound 1,000 Eastbound
  • 3. Main Corridors West of Williams Street Corridor Vehicles per 24- Hour Period AM Peak Hour Volume and Direction PM Peak Hour Volume and Direction St. Johns Street 38,000 2,200 Westbound 2,000 Eastbound Barnet Highway 30,000 2,400 Westbound 2,200 Eastbound Clarke Road 25,000 1,400 Southbound 1,100 Northbound Murray Street 24,000 1,200 Westbound 1,400 Eastbound Clarke Street 14,000 1,200 Westbound 1,000 Eastbound
  • 4. Main Corridors East of Williams Street Corridor Vehicles per 24- Hour Period AM Peak Hour Volume and Direction PM Peak Hour Volume and Direction St. Johns Street 38,000 2,200 Westbound 2,000 Eastbound Barnet Highway 30,000 2,400 Westbound 2,200 Eastbound Clarke Road 25,000 1,400 Southbound 1,100 Northbound Murray Street 24,000 1,200 Westbound 1,400 Eastbound Clarke Street 14,000 1,200 Westbound 1,000 Eastbound
  • 5. Recommendations Short-Term Options • Reviews and Revisions to Traffic Signal Timing Plans Medium Term Options • Installation of Left-Turn Bay Setback Loops • Removal of Eastbound Bus Bulge at the St. Johns St. and Moray St. Intersection • Intelligent Transportation Systems • Northeast Area Transit Plan Long Term Options • Development of a Master Transportation Plan, In Particular: o EMME/2 Northeast Sector Subarea Model o Road Network Strategy
  • 6. Medium Term Option 1 Installation of Left-Turn Bay Setback Loops
  • 7. Medium Term Option 2 Removal of Eastbound Bus Bulge at St Johns Street and Moray Street
  • 8. Medium Term Option 3 Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
  • 9. Recommendations Short-Term Options • Reviews and Revisions to Traffic Signal Timing Plans Medium Term Options • Installation of Left-Turn Bay Setback Loops • Removal of Eastbound Bus Bulge at the St. Johns St. and Moray St. Intersection • Intelligent Transportation Systems • Northeast Area Transit Plan Long Term Options • Development of a Master Transportation Plan, In Particular: o EMME/2 Northeast Sector Subarea Model o Road Network Strategy

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