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Part of 2 of 2 from a successful application to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to grant a waiver and permit the Northampton municipal landfill to expand in a Water Supply …

Part of 2 of 2 from a successful application to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to grant a waiver and permit the Northampton municipal landfill to expand in a Water Supply Protection District (and the recharge area of the Barnes Aquifer).


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  • 1. NORTHAMPTON SANITARY LANDFILL PHASE5B BWPSWOl SITE SUITABILITY REPORT Volume 2: Appendices Prepared for: Department of Public Works City of Northampton Massachusetts Presented to: Department of Environmental Protection Division of Solid Waste Management 436 Dwight Street Springfield, MA 01103 Prepared by: Dufresne-Henry March • 2006Dufresne-Henry -------------------------------------- 136 West Street, Suite 203, Northampton, MA 01060 Tel: (413) 584-4776 Fax: (413) 584-3157
  • 2. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5B Expansion Table of ContentsSite Suitability Report (BWP SW 01) TABLE OF CONTENTSBWP SW 01 APPLICATIONSECTION 1 MASSACHUSETTS ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT .......... 1-1SECTION 2 FACILITY SPECIFIC CRITERIA2.1 ZONE II FOR THE EASTHAMPTON MALONEY WELL ....................................... 2-l2.2 WITHIN l 000 FEET OF A POTENTIAL PRIVATE WATER SUPPLY WELL ...... 2-22.3 FOUR FEET DEPTH TO GROUND WATER ............................................................ 2-22.4 WETLANDS ................................................................................................................. 2-22.5 GROUNDWATER PROTECTION SYSTEM ............................................................. 2-3SECTION 3 GENERAL CRITERIA3.1 TRAFFIC IMPACTS .................................................................................................... 3-13.2 WILDLIFE AND WILDLIFE HABITAT .................................................................... 3-13.3 AIR QUALITY IMPACTS ........................................................................................... 3-23.4 NUISANCE CONDITIONS ......................................................................................... 3-3 3.4.1 Litter .................................................................................................................. 3-3 3.4.2 Dust ................................................................................................................... 3-3 3.4.3 Birds .................................................................................................................. 3-33.5 SIZE OFFACILITY ..................................................................................................... 3-43.6 AREAS PREVIOUSLY USED FOR SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL. ........................... 3-53.7 REGIONAL PARTICIPATION ................................................................................... 3-63.8 OTHER SOURCES OF CONTAMINATION AND POLLUTION ............................ 3-703/06 - 1- Dufresne-Henry
  • 3. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill- Phase 5B Expansion Table of ContentsSite Suitability Report (BWP SW 0 I)SECTION 4 WAIVER4.1 CRITERIA REQUIRING THE WAIVER ................................................................... 4-24.2 HARDSHIP ................................................................................................................... 4-34.3 INTEREST SERVED ................................................................................................... 4-44.4 MAINTAIN PROTECTION ........................................................................................ 4-4 4.4.1 Other Potential Contamination Sources ............................................................ 4-64.5 ALTERNATIVE SITE ................................................................................................. 4-6 4.5 .1 Site Suitability Criteria ..................................................................................... 4-8 4.5.2 Site Screening Maps ......................................................................................... 4-8 4.5.3 Results of Siting Analyses .............................................................................. 4-124.6 PREFERRED MUNICIPALITY ................................................................................ 4-134.7 ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFIT ................................................................................ 4-134.8 INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT .................................................. 4-134.9 WAIVER NEEDED FOR PROJECT GOALS ........................................................... 4-1303/06 -11- Dufresne-Henry
  • 4. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill- Phase 5B Expansion Table of ContentsSite Suitability Report (BWP SW 01) LIST OF FIGURESSECTION 4 WAIVER4-1 GENERIC CONCEPTUAL LANDFILL ..................................................................... 4-9 LIST OF TABLESSECTION 4 WAIVER4-1 SITE SUITABILITY CRITERIA ............................................................................... 4-1003/06 - Ill - Dufresne-Henry
  • 5. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill -Phase 5B Expansion Table of ContentsSite Suitability Report (BWP SW 0 I) LIST OF APPENDICESAPPENDIX A MEPA CERTIFICATE AND BOARD OF HEALTH CORRESPONDENCEAPPENDIXB SITE SUITABILITY PLANS AND MAPSAPPENDIXC FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL WETLAND CORRESPONDENCEAPPENDIXD GROUNDWATER PROTECTION SYSTEMAPPENDIXE TRAFFIC IMPACTSAPPENDIXF WILDLIFE AND WILDLIFE HABITATAPPENDIXG AIR QUALITY IMPACTSAPPENDIXH LITTERAPPENDIX I DUSTAPPENDIXJ BIRDSAPPENDIXK REGIONAL PARTICIPATIONAPPENDIXL MALONEY WELL ZONE II DELINEATIONAPPENDIXM CONTAMINANT TRANSPORT MODELAPPENDIXN EXCERPT FROM SWAP REPORTAPPENDIXO SITE SCREENING MAPS03/06 - iv- Dufresne-Henry
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  • 7. APPENDIX A MEPA CERTIFICATE ANDBOARD OF HEALTH CORRESPONDENCE
  • 8. f!ilt& r&~ueattfv of~u;k~~ 8xecalita& t!Jf!/icw of 8ru~i/u;Ynnw:nlak ~iv.Y ~00 7i~&:ftwe/;, /7ail&900 :!11~ J/o!t 02:1~4-2524 MITT ROMNEY Tel. (617) 626-1000 GOVERNOR January 27, 2006 Fax. (617) 626-1181 KERRY HEALEY http://www.mass.gov/envir LIEUTENANT GOVERNORSTEPHEN R. PRITCHARD SECRETARY CERTIFICATE OF THE SECRETARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS ON THE FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT PROJECT NAME Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill - Phase 5/5B Expansion PROJECT MU~ICIPALITY Glendale Road - Northampton PROJECT WATERSHED Con~ecticut River EOEA NUMBER 12351 PROJECT PROPONENT ?· City of Northampton - Board of Health D~TE NOTICED IN MONITOR December 21, 2005 As Secretary of Environmental Affairs, I hereby determine that the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) submitted on the above project adequately and properly complies with the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (G_ L. c. 30, ss. 61-62H) and witK its implementing regulations (301 CMR 11.00). Project Description As described in the FEIR, the project cbns~sts,of the Phase 5/SB Expansion of the Northampton Regional SanitaryLandfill. The expansion will create approximately 29.2 acres of lined landfill with 19.7 acres requiring site assignment. Phase 5 is 15.6 acres and Phase 5B is about 4.1 acres on the expansion parcel. The remaining 9.5 acres are a vertical expansion on the existing landfill site. The project includes the construction of a new northern access road for trucks off Glendale Road, a new scale and scale house, and stormwater control facilities. It also includes the construction of a phased landfill capping and a landfill gas management system. The landfill would accept approximately 325 tons per day (tpd). It would contain about 2.520 million cubic yards of available gross volume, to be filled at a rate of about 50,000 tons per year (tpy) of solid waste. The landfill expansion represents a total area of about 29.2 acr~s, up to a maximum elevation of 365 feet, including the overlap onto the existing capped landfill. l} Printed on Recycled Stock 20% Post Consumer Waste
  • 9. IEOEJ # 12 351 FEIR Certificate January 27, 2006 I The landfill expansion would provide capacity for about 21.3 Iyears. It would be developed int8 approximately six cells, eachwith about a five-year life. The first cell would be constructed ,..in 2007 and the last cell about 2024. The existing landfill has2n estimated operational life until about the end of 2007. - The project is subject to a mandatory EIR. It will require aSite Assignment by the Northampton Board of Health. The expansionwill require a Site Suitability Determin2tion, Authorizations toConstruct (phase approvals), Authorizations to Operate (phaseapprovals), and waivers from the Zone II site suitabilitycriteria (310 CMR 16.40 (3) (a) (2)) from DE.P. In addition, a SewerExtension/Connection Permit may be required from DEP. The projectmust comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection AgencysNational Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General •Permit for stormwater discharges. An Order of Conditions will berequired from the Northampton Conservation Commission for workwithin a buffer zone and a local resource area. The NaturalHeritage and Endangered Species Program (NHESP) have identifiedtpe project site as potential Priority Habitat. Because thep-roponent is not seeking financial assistance from theCommonw~alth for the project, MEPA jurisdiction is limited tothose aspects of the project whose environmental impacts arerelated to the subject matter of required state permits (wetlands, stormwater, construction, operation, traffic, andwas~ewater) that may have significant environmental impacts. Th~ existing landfill accepts 275 tpd. Construction and -demolit{on (C&D) material is allowed as long as the total for the5~te is le~s than 50,000 tpy. However, the DEP permit limits theamount of C&D material that can be delivered to the site forprocessing at 20 tpd and 4,000 tpy. These C&P tonnage limits areindependent of the landfill operating· tonnage l:i;mi t:s. Theproponent is proposing to increase its daily tonnage from 275 to325 tpd. It accepts solid waste from 39 communities. Most of themember communities participate in DEPs Approved RecyclingProgram. Most of the member communities have also implemented anpay as you throw" pricing system. Leachate collected at the siteis discharged to public sewers for treatment at the NorthamptonWastewater Treatment Facility. On February 25, 2005, a Notice of Project Change (NPC)Certificate was issued for the lined Phase 5 landfill expansion.The Certificate required the preparation of an EIR. The Phase 5Expansion involved about 29.8 acres instead of the original 16.4 -acres. Since the NPC, the expansion has been reduced in area from30.9 to 29.2 acres to avoid impacts to identified habitat areasfor the Eastern Box Turtle. 2 -
  • 10. EOEA #12351 FEIR Certificate January 27, 2006 The proponent has estimated that the proposed landfillexpansion would generate approximately between 180 and 200vehicle trips per day. Vehicles enter and exit the landfill viathe entrance driveway on Glendale Road. The proponent hasindicated that the Monday through Saturday hours of operation arebetween 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM (until 8:00 PM for specific events).The facility will be closed on Sundays. It will continue to serveits 39 member communities.Review of the FEIR: The FEIR provided a detailed project description with asummary/history of the project. It included existing and proposedsite plans in Appendix B. The FEIR included a site plan thatshowed the proposed lined and unlined portions of the landfill,the composting area, the physical components of the drainage andleachate collection system, and the wetland resource areas. Itdescribed the proponents monitoring program for its proposed andexisting landfill liners. The FEIR identified hazardous waste screening and collectionat./· the landfill. It also identified the extent of leaf and yardcomposting operations. , The FEIR outlined the proponents maintenance program forthe drainage system. This maintenance program outlined the actualmaintenance operations, responsible parties, and back-up systems.In Appendix E, the proponent included the Stormwater PollutionPrevent~Dn Plan (SWPPP) for its NPDES General Permit for theexisting landfill. The FEIR described how litter impacts on surrounding streetsare responded to by the proponent. A monitoring and inspectionprogram for litter was discussed in the FEIR: The FEIR updated its habitat assessment, and the proponentaddressed the Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program(NHESP) concerns as stated in their comment letter (MassWildlife)on the DEIR. It summarized the proponents efforts to work withNHESP.Mitigation: The FEIR included a separate chapter on mitigation measures.It included Section 61 Findings for both DEP and NHESP. In theFEIR, the proponent has committed to implement the followingmitigation measues: • Replicate the isolated wetland in an immediately adjacent area to meet the requirements of the local wetlands bylaw. 3
  • 11. IEOEA #12351 FEIR Certificate January 27, 2006 I Provide erosion control barriers, control of dewatering discharges, use of seeding and mulch stabilization practices I • and short- and long-term stormwater controls to protect wetland resource areas. Avoid the defined habitat area of the Eastern Box Turtle. ... • Complete a wildlife capture and relocation program within the isolated wetland and the existing detention basin prior to the disturbance of those areas. • Purchase land to the north of the project site and preserving it as conservation land. This land contains important habitat features. ... • • Use diversion fencing to prevent wildlife from entering the work site. Repair groundwater seeps along the north edge of the gravel pit to preserve the hydrology of the vernal pools. .. • Better control of the use of illegal all terrain vehicles on the conservation land north of and adjacent to the project site.~ . • Stabilize eroding slopes near an identified vernal pool. Construct a double composite liner system with a leak detection layer to monitor the upper liner for any leakage into the groundwater. Leachate that is generated will be collected in the drainage sand and piping layer and will be pumped to the Northampton Wastewater Treatment Facility for treatment. • Install a system of groundwater monitoring wells to ro~~inely check for any changes over time. • Expand the existing active gas collection system at the site and provide interim gas management techniques such as passive gas wells equipped with solar ignited flares if warranted. ... • In order to control dust emissions, the propon~nt will use water and other dust suppression measures, pave on-site roads to the extent practicable, sweep paved access roads, require trucks accessing the site to be covered, limit vehicle speeds, stabilize disturbed areas with vegetation~ vegetate or cover long-term soils stockpiles if necessary, limit engine idling, use low sulfur fuel, maintain engines on landfill equipment, and install particulate filters on equipment. • In order to control noise generated by the project, the proponent will use properly designed engine enclosures and intake silencers, provide regular equipment maintenance and lubrication, maintain exhaust systems and replace as needed, new equipment will be subject to new product noise emission standards, avoid early morning use of pyrotechnic gull deterrent operations, on-site roadways are established as far from sensitive receptors as practical, employ natural 4 ...
  • 12. EOEA #12351 FEIR Certificate January 27, 2006 and/or manmade barriers where possible, limit the use of back-up alarms by usi~g OSHA-approved alternatives, set up tipping operations to allow greater access while decreasing the need to reverse, require all facility users to properly secure loads against rattling and banging, limit vehicle speeds to 20 mph or less, and implement a method to receive, log, and respond to community complaints. • Provide a stormwater detention basin on the east and one on the west sides of the site with groundwater recharge. • Reconstruct the northerly site drive to better accommodate tractor-trailers and include a stop sign and stop line. • Initiate a publicity campaign to inform landfill users that separate driveways are provided for trucks and other vehicles. • Upgrade pavement markings and provide directional siguage to the landfill at the intersection of Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66. • Design and install a containerized landfill gas fired engine driven generating system for the beneficial use of the landfill gas. These mitigation measures are estimated to cost about $1•. 73million. Because the proponent has reduced the Phase 5 landfillf~otprint by 1.7 acres to preserve the turtle habitat, this lostlandfill volume is about 17,700 cubic yards, which has anestimated value of about $682,500 at todays tipping fee. Theproponent has also paid $225,000 for the purchase of 20 acres ofpropert~to the north of the site for turtle habitat with aconservation restriction placed on it. January 27, 2006 Datecc: Craig Givens, DEP/WERO Charles Cline, DEP/WERO Senator Stan Rosenberg Senator Stephen M. BrewerComments received:DEP/WERO, 1/20/06MassWildlife, 1/20/0612351feirSRP/WTG/wg 5
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  • 14. -- Commai1.Wea{th o[Massac!Ilm!lts 1~1 IM.It.ssWildllffe Vildlif Wayne F. MacCallum, Director Stephen R. Pritchard, Secretary January 20, 2005 Executive Office ofEnviromnental Affairs Attention; MEPA Office1 William Gage EOEA No. 12351 100 Cambridge St. Boston, Massachusetts 02114 Project Name: Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Proponent: Northampton Department ofPub/ ic Works Location: Glendale Road, Northampton Documem Reviewed: Draft Environmental impact Revl-,w NHESP Tracking No: 00-8026 Dear Secretary Ptitchard, The Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program (NBESP) of the MA Division of Fisheries & Wildlife would like to offer the following comments regarding impacts to :>tate-listed rare species for the proposed Phase 5/SB expansion of the Notihampton landfill. The proposed project is located within Priority Habitat and Estimated Habitat for tvvo state-listed turtle species. The Spotted Turtle (Clemmys guttata) and Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina) are state- listed as "Special Concern" and protected pursuant to the implementing regulations ofthe MA Endangered Species Act (MESA) (321 CMR 10.00). Based upon the information that was submitted in the FEIR, the NHESP has determined that the proposed will not result in a "take" of Eastern Box Turtle or Spotted Turtle provided that the proponent complies with the rare species mitigation outlined in section 7.2 "Mitigation Measur,;-.s" of the FEIR, which provide construction and post-construction measures for state-listed turtles and the additional items outlined in this letter. In addition, the NHESP recommends that turtle nesting habitat management (i.e. vegetation removal/pruning) be conducted, as needed, on a rotational cycle (-5 years) in the secondary and primary tu1ile nesting habitats as shown in Appendix F (dated December 2005). Vegetation management sho_uld occur in conjunction with the proposed fall mowing and both should occu< after October 15 of a given year. TI1e nesting habitat management, mowing, and permanent wildlife fencing maintenance shoutd be incorporated into the OQerations and Tyfaintenance Tv1anual, or similar doc-ument, for the property and we request to review a copv of this document. TI1e NHESP notes the Towns adjacent land acquisition of forested and wetland habitats suitable for the Eastem Box and Spotted Turtles and we recommend that the town place this land under habitat protect measures (e.g. Conservation Restriction (CR)) that pe;ma:t1ently protects these habitats for state-listed rare and general wildlife. The NHESP has CR templates available upon request and we reauest to review a copy of the CR document. www. masswildlife. oro Division of Fisheries and Wildbfe Field Headquarters, One R<!bbit Hill Road, Westborough, MA 01581 (508) 792-7270 Fax (508) 792·7275 An Agency of the Department ofFisheries. Wilditfe & £nvironmmta! Low Enforcement 2EZ-~ 900/ZOO.d t69-l + so:zt gooz-oz-to
  • 15. NHESP Tracking No. 00-8026, Page 2 I We appreciate the opportunity to comment on this project. Please call Dan Nein, Endangered Species I Review Biologist, at (508) 792-7270, x 151 with any questions about this letter. I ,. Thomas W. French, Ph.D. - Assistant Director cc: Mr. Ned Huntley, Northampton City Engineer Randall Christensen, Dufresne-Henry Northampton Planning Board Nmthampton Conservation Commission - • ..!.. - •ZE2-~ 900/EOD.d •ss-1 + n~d JdS ON3 I l!Y3H lVHn!VN 01iM I HS!~-WoJ~ so:zt SOOZ-02-lC -
  • 16. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENV1RONMENTALAFFAIRS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WESTERN REGIONAL OFFICE 436 Dwight Street e Springfield, Massachusetts 01103 • (413) 784-1100 • FAX (413) 784-1149MITT ROMNEY STEPHEN R. PRITCHARDGovernor SecretaryKERRY HEALEY ROBERT W. COLLEDGE, Jr.Lieutenant Governor Commissioner Date: January 20, 2006 Stephen R. Pritchard, Secretary Executive Office of Environmental Affairs Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Office William Gage, EOEA No. 12351 . 100 Cambridge Street 9th Floor Boston, MA 02114-2524 Re: Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Proposed Phase 5 Expansion Northampton, MA Dear Secretary Pritchard, The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection ("MassDEP"), Western Regional Office (WERO) appreciates the opportunity to comment on the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) submitted for the proposed Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill, Proposed Phase 5 Expansion (EOEA #12351) in Northampton. Department staff frofn the Bureau of Waste Prevention Solid Waste Management Program) has participated in this review and comment letter. I. Project Description The City of Northampton proposes to hori;z:ontally expand its existing regional sanitary landfill onto a 51.5-acre parcel of property adjacent to the north of the existing site. The Citys existing regional landfill operation has an estimated operational life until the end of 2007. The proposed Phase 5/58 landfill expansion inCludes a total landfilling area of 29.2- acres, with 19.7-acres on the northern parcel requiring site assignment pursuant to the Site Assignment Regulations for Solid Waste Facilities. The remaining 9.5-acres are a vertical expansion on the existing landfill site. The Phase 5 area is a horizontal expansion based on a 500-foot setback from the existing homes on Glendale Road and abuts the slope of the existing landfill. For Phase This information is available in alternate format. Call Donald M. Gomes, ADA Coordinator at 617-556-1057. TDD Service -1-800-298-2207. MassDEP on the World Wide Web: http://www.mass.gov/dep 0 Printed on Recycled Paper
  • 17. EOEA No. 12351Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill 2 IProposed Phase 5 Expansion 58, a1 000-foot setback is provided to the existing homes on Westhampton Road. The I project ends at a vertical elevation of 365, which is maximum approved height of the existing landfill I!I. Required DEP Permits and/or Applicable Regulations Solid Waste Manaaement 310 CMR 16.00 - - 310 CMR 19.000IlL Permit Discussion Bureau of Waste Prevention - • Solid Waste Management The FEIR indicates that the landfill expansion footprint will include the current location of composting activities at the site: The FEIR does not indicate whether composting will continue at the facility once landfill operations commence in the expansion footprint, and if so, where that activity will take place. Provided that the composting operations comply ·with the requirements pursuant to 310 CMR 16.05(4), the activity would be·exemptfrom solid waste management facility site assignment and permitting. However, if the proponent wishes to conduct such operations on a capped portion of the existing landfill, a post-closure use permit must be obtained pursuant to 310 CMR 19.016 and 310 CMR 19.143~ •IV. Other Comments/Guidance If you have any questions regarding this comment letter please do not hesitate to Gall Craig Givens at (413)-755-2217 or Email: craig.givens@state.ma.us.Sincerely, -Michael J. GorskiRegional Directorcc: MEPA File - -
  • 18. BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICE OF THE MEMBERS ROSEMARIE KARPARIS, R.N., MPH XANTHI SCRIMGEOUR, MHEd, CHES BOARD OF HEALTH JAY FLEITMAN, M.D. . STAFF 212 MAIN STREET ErRest c:l. MaY,ieu. R.S., M.S., C.H.O. NORTHAMPTON. MA 01060 Director of Public HealthRichard Meczywor, R.S., Sanitary Inspector CITY OF NORTHAMPTON Patricia Abbott. R.N., Public Health Nurse MASSACHUSETTS 01060 (413) 587-1214 Madeline Heon, Clerk FAX (413) 587-1221 February 8, 2005 Mr. James R. Laurila, P.E. Dufresne-Henry 136 West Street, Suite 203 Northampton, MA 01060 RE: Northampton Sanitary Landfill Phase SB Expansion Technical Fee Waiver Dear Mr. Laurila: The Northampton Board of Health has waived the Technical Fee requirement for the Site Assignment permit application to be submitted for the Phase 58 Expansion of the Northampton Sanitary Landfill. The applicant for this project is the Northampton Department of Public Works. Written documentation of the fee waiver is required to be submitted the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection in accordance with 310 CMR 16.08(4). Please contact this office with questions. Sincerely, Ernest J. Mathieu, R.S., M.S, C.H.O. Director of Public Health cc: Nicole L. Sanford, Environmental Analyst, Dufrense-Henry Ned Huntley, P.E., Northampton DPW
  • 19. APPENDIXBSITE SUITABILITY PLANS AND MAPS
  • 20. K:9205006 Northampton LF Site Su itability)CaddCiviiConverted site_suitdwg, Layout, 3/8/2006 4:04:08 PM, vprice, MA-NRT-HP1050c(Paper-Fina l).pc3 IZ""" CDo- s:u;:::~.:;­ ;:::::;:::r-h ::rs:uO "" 033 z - 0 CD (/) @ • CD "0 tu ""0 ..... c (/) ::0 z N ::0 () () ~ 0 ~ N (/) "T1 ~ ""0 () or. 0 - "" - -· tu ;:, 0 ~ g c 0" c c ii3 CD c15" 0 ~ CD ~ 0 :::l (/) 0 :::l (/) ..... ()" ~ - ~ Ill CD c 5} m s:: ~ 0 CD - CD ::+ 3i -· -· -· - <: ;:::!. ;:, :::l ..... :::T CD CD c ..... )> Ill :::l 3 -u 0 ::0 0" ~ 0" 0 Ill <! <! (/) ""0 hl "T1 :::l c. iii" CD c. Ill G) o c G) ~ - CD c:: ;:, ~ ~ CD 3- Ill Ill (/) ;:,0""_ (/) c. :::l ~ (/) c: 0 o :::l o ii3 :i2 0 0 0 c. <f <f ..... ..... -· :::,- ~ ..... ~ CD 0 (/) (") -· CD c. :::l :::l ""0 ~ CD "0 :::l m :::l :::l :::l (/) Cil o· Ul Ill ~ !::!: Ill Ill ~ ~(/) !::!: c. Ill Ill (/) :::l c - Ill CD CD ~ :::l ""0 ""0 o"2- :::l u;· ~ (/) 0 ~ 0 "" tu ";:, (/) ::E )> !::!: Ill :::l CD ~ 0: o· :::l - o· :::l -< Cil Ill 3 (/) 0 0 m ti ""Utu -(f) tu ~ Ill :::l ;:,-o ~ c. ..... ;:, "" [ ""0 ;:, 0 -· < o· 0 :::l (Q c.. -· :::l c. (/) tu CD ~ ;:, c.. C..cr- IJJ< 0- tu :::,- "" CD 0.() 0 -· --< a ....,.....:- • I . 0 (.]1 s: r m ~ 0 c (/) ~ .. Q .: . Q ... : : : .. .- ;..-. olen SITE SU ITAB ILITY REPORT :::r NORTHAMPTON LANDFILL- PHASE 5B EXPANS ION J.R. LAURILA ffi.l Proj. Manager ~· Q.l () Proj. Designer Drawn By J.R. LAURILA V.B. PRICE WATER RESOURCES AND LAND USE SITE PLAN Checked ~· Scale Date 1"=600 J.R. LAURILA FEBRUARY, 2005 NORTHAMPTON MASSACHUSETTS I I Rev. I PARK HII.L Rt1AD - REVISED /ELL I Description VBP I 3110/0S By I Date Dufresne-Henry Northampton, Massachusetts Tel. (413) 584-4776 • Fax (413) 584-3157 www.dufresne-henry.com
  • 21. APPENDIXCFEDERAL, STATE AND LOCALWETLAND CORRESPONDENCE
  • 22. Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection DEP File Number. Bureau of Resource Protection- Wetlands WPA Form 48 - Order of Resource Area Delineation -::::---:-:-:---:-:ooby1_ _ 246 0 --- Provided OEP Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act M.G.L c. 131, §40 and the Northampton Wetlands Protection Ordinance- Chapter 24 A. General InformationImportant: Nhen tilling out From:onns on lhe Northampton Conservation CommissionUlmputer, useonly the tab :eyto move This Issuance is for (check one): our cursor-oo not use thereturn key. ~ Order of Resource Area DelineationQ 0 Amended Order of Resource Area Delineation ~ To: Applicant: Property Owner (if different from applicant): Northampton DPW Name Name 125 locust Street Mailing Address Mailing Address Northampton MA 01060 City/Town State Zip Code City/Town State Zip Code 1. Project Location: Glendale Street Northampton Street Address City/Town 42 79 and 89 Assessors Map/Plat Number Parcel/Lot Number 2. Title and Date (or Revised Date if applicable) of Final Plans and Other Documents: "Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation, Northampton Landfill Phase 5 Expansion, Site Plan, Existing Conditions" August 2004 Title Title 3. Oates: September 2, 2004 September 23, 2004 October 19, 2004 Date Notice of Intent Filed Date Public Hearing Closed Date of Issuance >aform4b.doc ·rev. 12115/00 Page 1 of 3
  • 23. Massachusetts Department of Environmental ProtectionI~ WPA Form 48 - OEP File Number: Bureau of Resource Protection - Wetlands 246 00 Order of Resource Area Delineation -=--~-D--,-by_ _ Provided ,---1 DEP Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act M.G.L. c. 131, §40 and the Northampton Wetlands Protection Ordinance - Chapter 24 B. Order of Delineation The Conservation Commission has determined the following (check whichever is applicable): [8;] Accurate: The boundaries described on the referenced plan(s) above and in the Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation are accurately drawn for the following resource area(s): [gj Bordering Vegetated Wetland "Area 1" • The NCC has determined that "Area 1" is a state and locally jurisdictional Bordering Vegetated Wetland. • Wetland Flags W1 through W31 are confirmed as accurate. [gj Other Resource Area(s), specifically: Riverfront Area· • The 200 Riverfront Area as noted on Existing Conditions Site Plan is confirmed as accurate. • The NCC has determined that this resource area is jurisdictional under the WPA, but not currently jurisdictional under the Northampton Wetland Protection Ordinance. "Area 2" • The NCC has determined that "Area 2" is an Isolated Vegetated Wetland subject to jurisdiction under the Northampton Wetland Protection Ordinance. • Wetland Flags W100 through W137 are confirmed as accurate. • "Area 2" is a potential vernal· pool. "Area 3" • The NCC has determined that "Area 3" does not meet the criteria for Isolated Land Subject to Flooding; it is, however, an Isolated Vegetated Wetland subject to jurisdiction under the Northampton Wetland Protection Ordinance. • The boundaries of this resource area have not been flagged or confirmed by the NCC. 0 Modified: The boundaries described on the plan(s) referenced above, as modified by the Conservation Commission from the plans contained in the Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation, are accurately drawn from the following resource area(s): 0 Bordering Vegetated Wetlands 0 Other Resource Area(s), specifically: 0 Inaccurate: The boundaries described on the referenced plan(s) and in the Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation were found to be inaccurate and cannot be confirmed for the following resource area(s): 0 Bordering Vegetated Wetlands 0 Other Resource Area(s), specifically: The boundaries were determined to be inaccurate because: rm4b.doc ·rev. 12115/00 Page 2 of 3
  • 24. :~ Massachusetts Department of Environmentai Protection DEP File Number: Bureau of Resource Protection .- Wetlands WPA Form 48 - Order of Resource Area Delineation :::-24--:6--:--co:-:-:-oo----1_ _ Provided by DEP Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act M.G.L c. 131, §40 B. Order of Delineation (cont.) This Order of Resource Area Delineation determines the boundaries of those resource areas noted above and is binding as to all decisions rendered pursuant to the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act (M.G.L. c.131, § 40) and its regulations (310 CMR 10.00) regarding such boundaries. This Order does not, however, determine the boundaries of any resource area or Buffer Zone to any resource area not specifically noted above, regardless of whether such boundaries are contained on the plans attached to this Order or to the Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area Delineation. This Order must be signed by a majority oft nservation Commission. The Order must be sent by certified mail (return receipt requested) or nd tlelivered to the applicant. A copy also must be mailed or hand delivered at the s ·me to the a ro iate DEP Regional Office (see Appendix A) This Order is valid for three years from the date of issuance. This Order is issued to the applicant and the property owner (if different) as follows: 0 by hand delivery on [8:] by certified mail, return receipt requested on October 19, 2004 Date Date C. Appeals The applicant, the owner, any person aggrieved by this Order, any owner of land abutting the land subject to this Order, or any ten residents of the city or town in which such land is located, are hereby notified of their right to request the appropriate DEP Regional Office (see Appendix A) to issue a Superseding Order of Resource Area Delineation. The request must be made by certified mail or hand delivery to the Department, with the appropriate filing fee and a completed Appendix E: Request for Departmental Action Fee Transmittal Form, as provided in 310 CMR 10.03(7) within ten business days from the date of issuance of this Order. A copy of the request shall at the same time be sent by certified mail or hand delivery to the Conservation Commission and to the applicant, if he/she is not the appellant. The request shall state clearly and concisely the objections to the Order which is being appealed and how the Order does not contribute to the protection of the interests identified in the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, (M.G.L. c. 131, § 40) and is inconsistent with the wetlands regulations (310 CMR 10.00). To the extent that the Order is based on a municipal bylaw or ordinance, and not on the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act or regulations, the Department of Environmental Protection has no appellate jurisdiction.·orm4b.doc ·rev. 12115100 Page 3of3
  • 25. CERTIFIED MAIL- RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS 696 VIRGINIA ROAD CONCORD, MASSACHUSETTS 01742-2751 August ll , 2004Regulatory DivisionCENAE-R-PEAFile No.: NAE-2004-610 AUG 1 3 2004Mr. Ned Huntley, City EngineerCity of Northampton DUFRESNE-HENRYDepartment of Public Works125 Locust StreetNorthampton, MA 01060Dear Mr. Huntley: This letter responds to a request submitted on your behalf by Dufresne-Henry for adetermination of jurisdiction for wetlands areas located north of the Northampton Landfill,Glendale Road, Northampton, Massachusetts. Alan Anacheka-Nasemann, of our Regulatory Division, conducted a field inspection of thesite on May 20, 2004. During this inspection, areas labeled on the enclosed plans as, "IsolatedWetland," "Ponded Area 1.52 Acres," "Existing Detention Basin" (including associated inlet andoutlet ditches), and "Hannum Brook Wetland" were reviewed for potential jurisdiction. Thedelineation of waters of the United States, including jurisdictional wetlands, on the drawing yousubmitted entitled "USACE WETETLAND PLAN: NORTHAMPTON LANDFrLL PHASE 5EXPANSION" on 7 sheets and dated, "June 2004" is accurate. The Hannum Brook Wetland meets the definition of a water of the United States pursuantto Federal Regulations at 33 CFR 328.3(a)(7). Hannum Brook and its tributaries are waters ofthe United States pursuant to 33 CFR 328.3(a)(5). However, the Isolated Wetland (2.33 acres),the 1.52-acre Ponded Area and the Detention Basin and associated ditches should not beconsidered waters of the United States. Specifically, the Isolated Wetland and the 1.52-acreponded area are both isolated, intrastate waters with no nexus to interstate or foreign commerce.In addition, the ditches constitute, "non-tidal drainage ... ditches excavated on dry land" while theDetention Basin is an "artificial...pond created by excavating and/or diking dry land to collecteand retain water and which (is] used exclusively ... as [a] ... settling basin" (preamble to 33 CFR328.3. A Department of the Army permit is not required for the discharge of dredged or fillmaterial into (or any alteration ot) these water bodies. Pursuant to Section 404 of the CleanWater Act, this office regulates only the Hannum Brook Wetlands, as indicated on your plans, aswaters of the United States, including non-tidal wetlands. Our verification of this projects wetland delineation under the January 1987 Corps ofEngineers Wetlands Delineation Manual is valid for a period of five years from the date of thisletter unless new information warrants revision of the determination before the expiration date.Please note that this determination applies only to wetlands located within the boundary of the
  • 26. -2-approximately 105.6-acre landfl~ll site and the adjoining, 3.5-acre City of Northampton parcel tothe north. The Corps of Engineers has implemented an administrative appeals process for permitdenials, proffered permits for which you object to the terms and conditions, and jurisdictionaldeterminations. A Notification of Administrative Appeal Options form and flow chartsexplaining the appeals process and your options are enclosed with this letter. However, in orderto retain your right to appeal, you must submit the enclosed NAAO form within 60 days of thisletters date. For appeals of permit denials, proffered permits and approved jurisdictional determinations,you must complete Section II of the NAAO form ("Request for Appeal") and submit it alongwith any supporting or clarifYing information to the following address: James W. Haggerty,Regulatory Appeals Review Officer, US Army Engineer Division, North Atlantic, Fort HamiltonMilitary Conununity, Bldg. 301, General Lee Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11252-6700, Telephone:(7l8) 765-7150, E-mail: James.W.Haggerty@nad02.usace.army.miL Questions regarding theCorps appeals process should be directed to Ms. Ruth Ladd, Chief, Policy and TechnicalAnalysis Branch at (978) 318-8818 or at the above address. Enclosed with this letter is a form explaining the basis for our jurisdictional determination.If you have any questions please contact Alan Anacheka-Nasemann, of my staff, at (978)-318-8214. Sincerely, e1wJh~L1Jfr Christine A. Godfr<J, Chief, Regulatory DivisionEnclosuresCopy furnished:Randall P. Christensen, Dufresne-Henry, 136 West Street, Suite 203, Northampton, Massachusetts 0 l 060
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  • 28. APPENDIXDGROUNDWATER PROTECTION SYSTEM EXCERPTED SECTIONS 2.2.2.1 OF DEIR AND 2.2.2.2 OF FEIR
  • 29. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B Expansion Section 2Draft Environmental Impact Report Project Description2.2.2 LINER AND LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEMS2.2.2.1 Liner SystemsThe liner systems for the Phase 5 landfill expansion will be designed and constructed inaccordance with the DEP solid waste management facility regulations (310 CMR 19.000)and any policies enforce at the time. Currently, liner systems for landfill expansions and newlandfills must meet the requirements of the DEP Policy "Final Interim Guidance on DoubleLiner Requirements for all Landfill Authorizations to Construct (ATC) issued afterDecember 20, 2000" (Policy). The DEP is in the process of revising the regulations whichmay result in modifications to the requirements of the Policy.To comply with the Policy the Phase 5 expansion will be designed with a double linersystem. A double liner system consists of two liners with a leak detection zone betweenthem. The leak detection zone is a layer of sand or a geonet (manufactured drainage product)that can be constantly monitored for the presence of leachate that may result from a leak inthe upper liner.The Phase 5 expansion involves construction of a double composite liner, where the sectionof the landfill on the parcel to the north is a virgin area, and also over an area of the capped,unlined section of the landfill.The liner components as described in the DEP Policy are as follows and are listed from thetop down: • Option 1 - Double composite liner o Primary liner: flexible membrane liner (FML or geomembrane) I geosynthetic clay liner (GCL) o Leak detection/secondary collection: geonet or 12 inches 10-2 em/sec material (this layer is referred to below as "geonet")09/05 2-3 Dufresne-Henry
  • 30. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B ExpansionDraft Environmental Impact Report Section 2 Project Description I o Secondary liner: flexible membrane liner (FML)/ 2 feet compacted clay liner I (CCL) I • Option 2 - Alternative double composite liner • o o Primary liner: FML/GCL Leak detection/secondary collection: geonet - o Secondary liner: FML/GCL/1 CCL ,-See Figure 2-1 Liner Detail New Landfill. - •Where the Phase 5 Landfill overlaps onto the existing steeper sideslopes (4 horizontal to 1vertical) of the composite lined landfill, the DEP Policy allows the construction of a singlecomponent liner such as low permeability soil (18-inch depth of soil having a permeabilityless than 1 x 10-7 em/sec); a flexible membrane liner (FML); or a geosynthetic clay liner(GCL). This single component liner must be overlain by a high performance drainage layerconsisting of 12-inches of drainage sand having a permeability greater than 1 x 10-3 em/secor other approved alternative. See Figure 2-2 Liner Detail- Over Existing Landfill Slopes.The City may use either option depending on costs and constructability.2.2.2.2 Leachate Collection SystemsA leachate collection system consisting of 18 inches of sand and piping will be installed over -the double liner to collect any leachate which is generated by rainwater percolating throughthe landfilled waste. The liner system is sloped at a minimum of0.5 percent to allow theleachate to flow by gravity to a series of leachate collection lines. The collection lines aretypically constructed perforated HDPE pipe surrounded by stone and wrapped in a geotextile.See Figure 2-3, Typical Leachate Collection Detail. The leachate is removed from the •landfill cell by gravity flow or through the use of pumps. Leachate will be removed from thesite by pumping it through a force main that services the existing landfill. Calculationsduring the design phase will determine if the existing force main in Glendale Road hasadequate capacity to manage the leachate flow from the landfill expansion.09/05 2-4 Dufresne-Henry
  • 31. 2% MIN. SLOPE 24" OF CCL OR 12" OF CCL + GCL QCL; COMPACTED ClAY LINER; LOW PERMEABILITY SOIL OR ADMIXTURE LAYER; MAXIMUM IN-PLACE SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY OF 1X1Q-7 CM/S. [ML; FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE LINER. ~ SYNlHETIC DRAINAGE MATERIAL !&1.; GEOSYNlHETIC CLAY LINER. SAND: DRAINAGE/PROTECTION MATERIAL; MINIMUM IN-PLACE HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY AS NOTED. NORTHAMPTON SANITARY LANDFILL Project No. 9240015 PHASE 5 EXPANSION-DEIR Proj. Mgr. JRL FIGURE 2-1 Scale NONEDufresne-Henry LINER DETAIL Northampton, Massachusetts NEW LANDFILL AREAS Date 9/05 Tel. (413) 584-4776 www.dufresne-henry.com NORTHAMPTON MASSACHUSETTS A
  • 32. . : .. .... ,. : .. . .. ··:18~~ ·eeL OR·... . .. .. .. •. .. GeL bR..fML .··. ·-.....· ~ COMPACTED CLAY UNER; LOW PERt.4EABIUTY SOIL OR AOt.41xnJRE LAYER; t.4AXIt.4Ut.4 IN-PLACE SATURATED HYDRAUUC CONDUCTIVITY OF 1X10 Ct.4/S. EML; FLEXIBLE t.4Et.4BRANE UNER. ll.CL; GEOSYNlllETIC ClAY UNER. SAllil.; DRAINAGE/PROTECTION t.4ATERIAL; t.41Nit.4Ut.4 IN-PLACE HYDRAUUC CONDUCTIVITY AS NOTED. NORTHAMPTON SANITARY LANDFILL Project No. 9240015 PHASE 5 EXPANSION-DEIR Proj. Mgr. JRL FIGURE 2-2 Scale NONE LINER DETAILNorthampton. Massachusetts OVER EXISTING LANDFILL SLOPES Date 9/05 Tel. (413) 584-4776 www.dufresne-henry.com NORTHAMPTON MASSACHUSETTS A
  • 33. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B Expansion Section 2 Final Environmental Impact Report Project Description SECTION 2 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2.1 PROJECT DESCRIPTION (OBJECTIVES AND BENEFITS) SameasDEIR 2.2 INFRASTRUCTURE DESCRIPTION- There are many different components and systems required for a modem sanitary landfilL The following sections describe the components of the proposed facility expansion. This section has been expanded since the DEIR to address new DEP regulations that were promulgated since the submission of the DEIR. These address leachate collection systems. 2.2.1 SITE ACCESS AND WEIGHING FACILITY Same as DEIR 2.2.2 LINER AND LEACHATE COLLECTION SYSTEMS 2.2.2.1 Liner Systems Same as DEIR 2.2.2.2 Leachate Collection Systems A leachate collection system consisting of 18 inches of sand and piping will be installed over the double liner to collect any leachate which is generated by rainwater percolating through the landfilled waste. The liner system is sloped at a minimum of 2 percent to allow the leachate to flow by gravity to a series of leachate collection lines. The collection lines are typically constructed perforated HDPE pipe surrounded by stone and wrapped in a geotextile. The leachate is removed from the landfill cell by gravity flow or through the use of pumps. Leachate will be removed from the site by pumping it through a force main that services the 12/05 2-1 Dufresne·Henry
  • 34. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B Expansion Section 2 IFinal Environmental Impact Report Project Descriptionexisting landfill. Calculations during the design phase will determine if the existing force Imain in Glendale Road has adequate capacity to manage the leachate flow from the landfillexpansiOn. I •The force main discharges to a gravity sewer line on Ryan Road. Ultimately, the leachate •flows to the City Wastewater Treatment Facility where it is treated. ... •On October 7, 2005 the DEP promulgated changes to the Solid Waste Management FacilityRegulations. Among those changes was the addition of section 310 CMR 19.11 0(9) which -details the performance requirements for leak detection and secondary collection systems •between liners. The following excerpts are provided below:"(9) Leak Detection and Secondary Collection Systems Between Liners. (a) Performance Standards. Leak detection and secondary leachate collection systems shall provide for detection of leakage of leachate through the primary or uppermost liner and the collection and removal of leachate from the secondary liner. (b) Design Standards. A leak detection and secondary collection system shall be - designed: 1. to collect and remove leachate discharged into a drainage layer between the primary and secondary liners with an efficiency so that a leakage rate of ten gallons per day/per acre, or greater, will be detected within 24 hours of initial saturation; 2. to the extent feasible, identify the genera/location of the leak; 3. to allow the quantity and quality of leachate, or any liquid, in the leak detection system, to be measured and analyzed separately from the leachate in the primary leachate collection system; 4. with an Action Leakage Rate (ALR) which shall be reasonable and appropriate based upon the design and components of the double liner system; 5. so that the head in the secondary collection system will not, in general, exceed the thickness of the drainage layer between the liners, and 6. with a leak response plan that details the action to be taken to evaluate and, when required, eliminate the cause of the leak. (c) Action Leakage Rate (ALR) 1. The maximum action leakage rate shall be 100 gallons per acre/day, based on a 30-day rolling average (any consecutive 30 day period), unless the Department has established another action leakage rate for that facility, phase or operational period. 2. An ALR shall be identified for each stage of the operational life of the liner system;12/05 2-2 Dufresne-Henry
  • 35. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B Expansion Section 2Final Environmental Impact Report Project Description 3. Where leakage into the leak detection system is occurring at a rate greater than on half the ALR, the owner or operator of the facility shall notifY the Department in writing within 72 hours. Such notification needs only to be made once in any 30 day period. 4. Where a single day leakage rate exceeds twice the ALR, the owner or operator of the facility shall notify the Department, in writing, within 48 hours. 5. In the event of leakage through the primary liner the facility shall take appropriate corrective action based on the quality and quantity of leachate collected or detected as determined by the Department. "In addition the revised solid waste regulations also now include section 310 CMR 19.132(2)"Monitoring of Secondary Leachate Collection or Leak Detection System" that specifiesmonitoring requirements that must be met. This section of the regulations is excerpted belowto provide a better understanding of these requirements:"(2) Monitoring of Secondary Leachate Collection or Leak Detection System (a) The operator shall monitor the quantity and quality of leachate collected by the secondary leachate collection system or leak detection system, where such a system has been constructed. Monitoring shall be accomplished as specified in the solid waste management facility permit, the leachate discharge permit or as deemed necessary by the Department. (b) The operator shall submit, in addition to permit requirements, the results of the leachate monitoring from the secondary leachate collection system or leak detection system to the Department with inspection reports. (c) Where leachate is determined by the Department to have entered the secondary leachate collection system or leak detection system in excess of design standards, the operator shall undertake the actions specified under 310 CMR 19.15 0; Landfill Assessment Requirements and 310.19.151: Corrective Action Requirements as required by the Department. "The City ofNorthampton will fully comply with these regulations in the final design of thelandfill.2.2.3 LANDFILL CAPPING SYSTEMS SameasDEIR2.2.4 LANDFILL GAS BACKGROUND Same as DEIR12/05 2-3 Dufresne-Henry
  • 36. APPENDIXE TRAFFIC IMPACTSEXCERPTED SECTIONS 4.3, 5.92 AND APPENDICES LAND M OF DEIR
  • 37. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B Expansion Section 4Draft Environmental Impact Report Existing EnvironmentANSI Type 1 calibrator that has an accuracy traceable to the National Institute of Standardsand Technology (NIST). During all measurements, the CEL 593 was tripod mounted atapproximately five feet above the ground in open areas away from vertical reflectingsurfaces. All data were downloaded to a computer, following the measurement session forthe purposes of storage and analysis. The sound measurement data sheets and certification ofequipment calibration are provided in the Appendix K.4.2.4.4 Sound Level Measurement ResultsThe results of the baseline measurements are summarized in Table 4-5. At the nearest noise-sensitive locations, the background (L90) sound level ranges from 40 dBA to 46 dBA. Theaverage, or equivalent sound levels (Leg) at these same locations ranged from 45 dBA to 53dBA during the daytime. The principal sources of sound are existing landfill operations,local and distant traffic, light residential construction occurring on Park Hill Road, periodicaircraft over flights and distant yard maintenance activities. Existing sound levels werehighest at Rl on Glendale Road, which has a direct line of site to the residential drop-off andcommercial hauler scales area. At Rl, R2, and R3, sound levels were principally influencedby the existing landfill activities, notably the heavy equipment operating on the active landfilling area. At R4, the landfill was only faintly audible.The existing sound levels at all measurement locations are typical of a suburban area5.Therefore the operation of the existing landfill, while audible during the day, does not causean adverse noise impact on the surrounding community.4.3 TRAFFIC AND SAFETYIn 2002, the City of Northampton completed a traffic impact study to evaluate existing andprojected traffic conditions near the Northampton Landfill. The April 2002 Traffic ImpactStudy (Appendix L) assessed existing traffic conditions by collecting traffic information5 EPA, "Community Noise," Report NTID 300.3, 1971.09/05 4-40 Dufresne-Henry
  • 38. I TABLE 4-5: BASELINE SOUND LEVEL MEASUREMENT RESULTS I DAYTIME PERIOD (9 a.m. to 3 pm.) I • • SougdLevel M~asurelllent -Rl- -R2- ;;.R3.- - R4- . - Broadband (dBA) Background(Lgo) Intrusive (LIO) 46 56 44 50 43 47 40 50 - Average (Leq) Frequency Hz 53 47 45 46 • Lgo (dBL) 16 47 46 45 45 32 46 48 47 47 63 47 49 45 47 125 45 47 41 42 250 500 1k 39 40 41 37 38 37 37 36 36 38 35 35 - 2k 39 34 35 32 4k 35 29 33 28 8k 29 30 30 23 l6k 20 19 23 19 Pure Tone? No No No No09105 Dufresne-Henry
  • 39. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B Expansion Section4Draft Environmental Impact Report Existing Environmentduring peak hours at two local intersections, by reviewing traffic accident data, and byperforming a traffic geometry inventory of the roadway widths, lane configuration, signage,speed limits and land use. The study was completed by Bruce Campbell & Associates(BCA) in conjunction with Dufresne-Henry.The study area included the intersection of Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66(Westhampton Road) and the intersection of Glendale Road and the landfill entrance/exit.Based on traffic counts made in April and November 2001, the number of vehicles enteringthe Westhampton and Glendale Road intersection during the AM and PM peak hour was 490and 473 vehicles, respectively, of which 7 percent and 1.5 percent were trucks. At theintersection of Glendale Road and the landfill entrance/exit the traffic volume was about halfwith 227 and 259 vehicles counted during the AM and PM peak hours, of which 10 percentand 3.5 percent, respectively, were trucks. Approximately 23 percent of the AM peak and 38percent of the PM peak vehicle volume at this intersection was related to the landfill.Based on scale house records, the city has reported that of the commercial vehicles that enterthe landfill site, 30% are pick-up trucks, 60% are single body trucks and 10% are large trucksdelivering cover soils. In a typical day, during any Y2 hour interval, about 4-6 commercialvehicles delivering waste material can be expected to enter the facility. The majority oflarger trucks (gross vehicle weight of 30,000 pounds or more) entering the site are deliveringdaily cover soil for the landfill operation. On most days from 1 to 3 trucks deliver soil to thesite, but, on a limited number of other days, the number of trucks can increase to 20 or moreper day. The main reason for this variation is that much of the cover soil is delivered fromconstruction projects, where hauling of excavated material occurs intensively over a shortperiod of time.A level of service (LOS) analysis was conducted at each intersection using the proceduresoutlined in the 2000 Highway Capacity Manual. Level of service is rated from A to F with Ato C being acceptable. For unsignalized intersections such as the two evaluated, LOS isbased solely on delay, which is a function of intersection volume. The results indicated that09/05 4-42 Dufresne-Henry
  • 40. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/SB ExpansionDraft Environmental Impact Report Section 4 Existing Environment Iduring both the AM and PM peak hours both intersections were operating at LOS A except Ifor north and southbound at Route 66 which were LOS B. ISight distances were checked in the field and appeared to be adequate in both directions •along Glendale Road at the two existing facility drives (the northern entry is locked and notcurrently in use). Stopping sight distances are critical at a driveway so that if a vehicle enters •the main road, there will be sufficient distance for an oncoming vehicle to stop in advance ofthe intersection. Accident data summary for the years 1998-2000 indicated that no accidents ...were reported at the intersection of Glendale Road/Landfill Entrance. In addition, at theunsignalized intersection of Route 66/West Farms Road/Glendale Road the crash rate was •calculated to be 0.52 accidents per million entering vehicles, below the Massachusettsaverage of 0.65 for unsignalized intersections.Future traffic volumes were projected from the collected data with an assumed No Buildgrowth of3% per year compounded annually, resulting in an expected traffic increase of 16percent over a seven (sic)[should be five] year horizon (2008). The rate of increase wasbased on historical data from the MassHighway traffic volume book, which showed 0-3percent annual traffic growth at nearby traffic counts. The 3 percent per annum No Buildgrowth rate results in a marginal degradation of LOS, with an increased delay of severalseconds at the north and southbound approaches to Route 66 and almost no changeotherwise.In order to compare 2005 traffic volumes to the general findings and projections of the 2002BC&A study, an additional traffic count was undertaken by Dufresne-Henry personnel onJune 2, 2005 (Appendix M). Using the BC&A proposed rate of3% per year compounded -annually, the projected No Build traffic growth is 12.6% four years after the initial trafficcounts. The results of the 2005 traffic count indicate that this projection was reasonablewhen applied to AM peak traffic but overstated for PM peak traffic.The AM peak hour volume at the intersection of Westhampton and Glendale Roads showed a15.9 percent increase over the November 2001 volume, while a 10.1 percent increase in the09/05 4-43 Dufresne-Henry
  • 41. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B Expansion Section 4Draft Environmental Impact Report Existing EnvironmentAM peak was recorded at the Glendale Road intersection with the landfill entrance/exit.These increases are consistent with the BC&A study projections. The AM peak hour at theseintersections began at 7:30a.m. in June 2005 compared to 7:00a.m. in November 2001.The June 2005 PM peak hour volumes counts run contrary to the projected increases. At theintersection of Westhampton and Glendale Roads there was decrease of 0.9 percent from theApril 2001 PM peak hour volume, while there was an 18.1 percent decrease at the GlendaleRoad intersection with the landfill entrance/exit. The PM peak hour at the intersection ofWesthampton and Glendale Roads began at 2:45p.m. in June 2005 compared to 3:30p.m. inApril2001. The PM peak hour at the landfill entrance/exit remained unchanged, beginningat 3:00p.m.4.4 BEDROCK AND SURFICIAL GEOLOGYBased on a hydrogeologic study for Phases 1-3 by Wagner and Associates, the area isunderlain by Triassic New Haven Arkose (Zen, 1983) at an average depth of90-100 feet inthe landfill area. To the north and west ofthe landfill is the western border fault of theHartford basin which separates the sedimentary rocks of the basin from the Devoniancrystalline metamorphic rocks of the Connecticut Valley Synclinorium.Surficial materials overlaying the bedrock consist of various layers of unconsolidateddeposits, primarily sand, with sand and gravel to the west and isolated pockets of sand andgravel to the north in the landfill expansion site (former Willard Pit) (Stone et al. 1979). In a1985 investigation of the proposed landfill expansion area, Consulting Geologist RonaldReed found that the deposits throughout the greater portion of the gravel pit consisted ofinterbedded sands. The gravel and the coarser sands, having the greatest market value, hadbeen mostly removed. The remaining materials consist of interbedded medium to fine sand,fine sand and silty fine sand. Two glacio-lacustrine deposits also occur within the Willard Pitarea. These deposits are composed of interbedded, plastic clayey silt, slightly plastic silt andnon-plastic clayey sandy silt in thin laminae 1/16" to 1/2" thick. A large area of silty09/05 4-44 Dufresne-Henry
  • 42. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B ExpansionDraft Environmental Impact Report Section 5 Assessment of Impacts Icounts nearby showed annual traffic growth of between 0-3 percent. Therefore, a general Igrowth rate of 3% per year for seven years was selected. The only known area developmentproject that could have an impact on traffic is the Village at Hospital Hill on the former INorthampton State Hospital grounds. Given the distance of this development from the study •area, very little additional traffic is expected to travel through the study area.In order to compare 2005 traffic volumes to the general findings and projections of the 2002 -BCA study, an additional traffic count was undertaken by Dufresne-Henry personnel on June2, 2005 (Appendix M). Using the BCA proposed rate of 3% per year compounded annually, -the projected No Build traffic growth is 12.6% four years after the initial traffic counts. The •results of the 2005 traffic count indicate that this projection was reasonable when applied toAM peak traffic but overstated for PM peak traffic.As part of the 2002 BCA study, a level of service (LOS) analysis was conducted at eachstudy area intersection using the procedures outlined in the 2000 Highway Capacity Manualfor the 2008 No Build analysis. For unsignalized intersections, LOS is based solely on delay,which is a function of intersection volume. The results indicate that the intersections willoperate at LOS A orB during both the AM and PM peak hours except for the West FarmsRoad southbound approach to Route 66, which will operate at LOS C with 15.3 seconds ofdelay during the AM Peak Hour. The change to LOS C occurs at delays greater than 15.0seconds.5.9.2 PHASE 5 HORIZONTAL EXPANSIONSince the landfill has a DEP permit limiting the annual tonnage it can accept to 50,000 -tons/year, expansion of the landfill is not expected to result in new trip generation on anannual basis. However, to be conservative, the BC&A study included peak hour tripgeneration increases for the proposed expansion by reducing the collected landfill trip data toa per acre basis and applying that to the additional expansion acreage. The result of thisconservative analysis was 15 new trips during the AM peak hour (7 in/8 out) and 22 duringthe PM peak (1 0 in/12/out), representing a 33 percent increase over the existing traffic count.09/05 5-34 Dufresne-Henry
  • 43. Northampton Regional Sanitary Landfill Phase 5/5B Expansion Section 5Draft Environmental Impact Report Assessment of ImpactsWhen these new trips were added to the projected No Build traffic increases, the resultingLOS analysis showed almost no change. The greatest increased delay is projected to be 0.3seconds at the north and southbound approaches to Route 66 (Westhampton Road) during theAM peak hour, degrading from LOS B (10-15 seconds of delay) to LOS C, with 15.3 and15.6 seconds of delay respectively. Peak hour traffic volumes can be expected to increase by1.8%- 3.6% at the intersection of Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66 and by 5.6-7.4% at the intersection oflandfill entrance/exit. With expansion, the northbound andsouthbound approaches at the intersection of Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66 willoperate at LOS B/C line during the AM peak hour, while all other movements at both studyarea intersections will operate at LOS A or B during both peak hours.Although the annual tonnage limit of waste accepted at the landfill will not change with theproposed expansion, the City has recently requested a permit increase for daily tonnage fromthe current maximum of275 to 325 tons per day in order to accommodate daily and seasonalfluctuations in the waste stream. If permitted, this additional 50 ton per day capacity has thepotential to generate from 12 to 18 additional trips on these peak days. It is unlikely thatthese additional trips would occur solely during the peak AM and PM hours. However, if itis conservatively assumed that they do, the number of trips generated would be about half ofthe number employed in the 2002 BC&A study. This projected increase in occasional newtrips resulting from a daily permit increase is minor and will not affect the LOS at theintersections studied.5.9.3 VERTICAL EXPANSION OVER PHASES 1·4The impacts for the vertical expansion option are the same as presented above for the Phase 5expansion. The duration of the impacts would be less since the vertical expansion has asignificantly shorter operational life than the Phase 5 expansion.5.10 PUBLIC WATER SUPPLYThe existing Northampton Sanitary Landfill and the proposed Phase 5/5B landfill expansionproperty are located within the Zone II area for the Maloney Well, a public water supply well09/05 5-35 Dufresne-Henry
  • 44. APPENDIXLTRAFFIC STUDY
  • 45. Traffic Impact Study NORTHAMPTON INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY CITY OF NORTHAMPTON-~__._...- Bruce Campbell & Associates Transportation Engineers & Planners 38 Chauncy Street, Boston MA 02111 tel: 617 -542-1199; fax: 617-451-9904 e-mail: info@bca-engineers.com May 2002
  • 46. TRAFFIC IMPACT STUDY NORTHAMPTON INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSETTS INTRODUCTION General/Site Location Bruce Campbell & Associates (BC&A) has been retained by Dufresne-Henry, Inc. to perform traffic consulting services on the proposed expansion ofthe Northampton Integrated Solid Waste Management Facility project to be located between Route 66 (Westhampton Road) and Glendale Road in Northampton, Massachusetts. The existing landfill is approximately 52 acres and the proposed plan consists of utilizing the adjacent City-owned parcel to develop a solid waste landfill expansion. The existing landfill will have an operational life until the end of2007. The proposed 16.4 acre landfill expansion is needed to meet the long term solid waste management needs of the region. Access to the site is to remain the same, off Glendale Road. A site location map can be seen in Figure 1 and a site plan in Figure 2. Project History To proceed through the local and State approval process, an Environmental Notification Form (ENF) was filed with the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEP A) in October 2000. A scope was issued by the Secretary of Executive Office of Environmental Affairs and as a result, this traffic study is being completed to adhere to the Secretarys scope on the Phase 5 landfill expansion.- Study Purpose The purpose ofthe study is to assess existing, future No Build and Build traffic conditions, collect traffic information during the peak hours at the local intersections, assess traffic accident data, and perform a traffic geometric inventory ofthe roadway widths, lane configuration, signing, speed limits and land use. Through using standard traffic engineering estimating procedures and actual data from the facility, vehicle trip estimates were developed to assess project expansion impacts. Definitions The following are brief definitions of tenninology used in this report: AM Peak Hour= One hour in the morning when traffic is heaviest. This typically coincides with peak cmmnuter times, usually between 7:00-9:00 AM. PM Peak Hour= One hour in the afternoon when traffic is heaviest. This coincides with peak commuter times, usually between 4:00-6:00 PM. LOS= Level of Service is a quantitative measure used to describe the operation of an intersection. Level of Service values range from LOS A to LOS F. LOS A represents very good operation and LOS F represents very poor levels ofservice. Ref: P:ll36ll36rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates 5/02 Pagel
  • 47. I Generally, LOS A tlu·ough Dare considered acceptable while LOS E and Fare considered deficient. Details of the criteria are available in the Appendix. I Delay= Average delay per vehicle in seconds. I 2001 EXISTING CONDITIONS Study Area Intersections - The study area includes the following intersections: • Glendale Road/Landfill Entrance-Exit • Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66 (Westhampton Road) - The existing study area intersections are described below. • 0 Glendale Road/Landfill Entrance-Exit This T -shaped unsignalized intersection consists of Glendale Road running in a north/south direction with the landfill entrance/exit approaching from the east. The southern leg ofthe intersection is 22 feet wide and the northern leg is 24 feet wide. The landfill entrance/exit is about 20 feet wide.0 Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66 (Westhampton Road)This four-wayunsignalized intersection consists ofRoute 66 (Westhampton Road) running in an east/west •direction with Glendale Road approaching from the south and West Farms Road approaching from thenorth. The eastbound approach is 10 feet wide and the westbound approach is 14 feet wide. Directionalflow on Route 66 is separated by a double yellow center line (D YCL). While the intersection is wide openand geometry is acceptable, there was no evidence of vehicle encroachment at the corners onto grassyareas. However, the City has reported that tractor trailer trucks ride over the curb when entering GlendaleRoad from Route 66 eastbound. If at some future day MassHighway improves Route 66, this intersectionwould only benefit from a geometry upgrade.Existing Traffic VolumesThe existing landfill hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:00AM-4:00PM; Wednesday andSaturday 7:00AM to 12 noon. In order to obtain both the peak hours of the integrated solid wastemanagement facility and the peak hours of the adjacent streets traffic counts were conducted at both •intersections from 7:00-10:00 AMon Wednesday,April18,2000and2:00-5:00PMonFriday,April20,2001. Traffic volumes were recounted on Thursday, November 15, 2001. The AM and PM peak hourtraffic counts that revealed larger amount of site traffic was selected to be used for the analysis. Todetennine whether the April and November traffic count data required a seasonal adjustment, the 2000MassHighway weekday seasonal adjustment factors worksheet was reviewed. The MassHighway -seasonal factors are based on statewide traffic data collection and are classified by roadway type. Group6 (urban arterial, collectors and rural arterials) which classifies Glendale Road and West Fanns Road, wasRef: P:t l36ll36rpt02.ac.wpd5/02 Bruce Campbell & Associates Page 2 -
  • 48. used to determine that April and November represents higher than average traffic conditions. Therefore, the traffic counts were not seasonally adjusted. The seasonal factor sheets can be found in the Appendix. The 2001 Existing peak hour traffic networks are presented in Figure 3. Existing Peak Hour Conditions- Morning at Westhampton Road and Glendale Road The peak hour traffic conditions in the morning hours at this location were detennined to occur from 7:00 AM to 8:00AM on November 15, 2001, the second day traffic counts were completed. A total of490 vehicles entered into the intersection at Westhampton Road and Glendale Road. Ofthe total number ofvehicles the following summarizes the direction oftravel. This data is also depicted schematically in Figure 3. • 191 vehicles - eastbound on Route 66 73 vehicles - westbound on Route 66 117 vehicles - northbound on Glendale Road • 109 vehicles- southbound on West Farms Road Truck activity was recorded at the intersection. For the traffic count, trucks are defmed as buses, single unit trucks, truck combinations, except light delivery trucks (vans). During the intersection AM peak hour of a total of35 trucks entered into the intersection at Westhampton Road and Glendale Road. This represents 7% of the total vehicular volume. Ofthe total number ofheavy vehicles, six were traveling eastbound on Westhampton Road, 11 weretravelingwestboundon Westhampton Road, 12 were traveling northbound on Glendale Road and six were traveling southbound on West Farms Road.- Existing Peak Hour Conditions -Morning at Glendale Road and Landfill Entrance The peak hour traffic conditions in the morning hours at this location were determined to occur from 7:00 AM to 8:00AM on November 15,2001, the second day traffic counts were completed. A total of227 vehicles entered the intersection at Glendale Road and the landfill entrance. Of the total number oftrips recorded, 20 trips are attributable to trucks that used the landfill (12 in, 8 out). Ofthe total number ofvehicles the following summarizes the direction oftravel. This data is also depicted schematically in Figure 3. 27 vehicles entered into the landfill (21 from north on Glendale and 6 from south on Glendale 24 vehicles exiting the landfill ( 19 heading north on Glendale and 5 heading south on Glendale) 98 northbound (passing landfill entrance) 78 southbound (passing landfill entrance) Based on these traffic counts, about 22.5 percent of the total vehicle volume at this intersection during the peak morning hour is related to the landfill. Of the total landfill traffic during the peak morning hour, 3 9 percent was truck traffic. Ref: P:11361136rpt02.ac.wpd Bmce Campbell & Associates 5102 Page 3
  • 49. I Truck activity was recorded at the intersection. During the intersection AM peak hour of a total of23 trucks entered into the intersection at Glendale Road/Landfill Entrance. This represents 10% of the total I vehicular volume. Ofthe total number ofheavy vehicles, 11 were traveling southbound on Glendale Road ( l 0 into the site, 1 bypassing landfill), four were traveling northbound on Glendale Road (2 into the site, I 2 bypassing landfill) and eight were leaving the landfill (1 turning left, 7 turning right). Included in the number oftrucks observed during the peak hour were tractor-trailers. During the AM peak - hour, three tractor-trailers were observed traveling southbound on Glendale Road (2 into the site, 1 bypassing landfill), while none were observed on Glendale Road northbound or leaving the landfilL • Existing Peak Hour Conditions- Afternoon at Westhampton Road and Glendale Road The peak hour traffic conditions in the afternoon hours at this location were determined to occur from 3:30 - - p.m. to 4:30p.m. on April20, 2001 the first day traffic counts were completed. • A total of473 vehicles entered into the intersection at Westhampton Road and Glendale Road. Ofthe total number ofvehicles the following summarizes the direction oftravel. This data is also depicted schematically in Figure 3. 124 vehicles- eastbound on Route 66 129 vehicles- westbound on Route 66 136 vehicles- northbound on Glendale 84 vehicles- southbound on West Farms Road •Truck activity was recorded at the intersection. During the intersection PM peak hour ofa total of seventrucks entered into the intersection at Westhampton Road and Glendale Road. This represents 1.5% of -the total vehicular volume. Of the total number of heavy vehicles, one was traveling eastbound onWesthampton Road, two were traveling westbound on Westhampton Road, one was traveling northboundon Glendale Road and three were traveling southbound on West Farms Road.Existing Peak Hour Conditions -Afternoon at Glendale Road and Landfill EntranceThe peak hour traffic conditions in the afternoon hours at this location were determined to occur from 3:00p.m. to 4:00p.m. on April20, 2001, the first day traffic counts were completed.A total of259 vehicles entered the intersection at Glendale Road and the landfill entrance: Of the totalnumber oftrips recorded, five trips are attributable to trucks that used the landfill (3 in, 2 out). Ofthe total •number of vehicles the following smmnarizes the direction oftravel. This data is also depicted schematicallyin Figure 3. 50 vehicles - entered the landfill (45 from the north and 5 from the south) 48 vehicles- exited the landfill (44 heading north on Glendale and 4 headed south on Glendale) -• 92 vehicles- northbound (passing landfill entrance) 69 vehicles - southbound (passing landfill entrance)Ref: P:1136ll36rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates5102 Page4
  • 50. Based on these traffic counts, about 3 7.8 percent ofthe total vehicle volume at this intersection during the afternoon morning hour is related to the landfilL Ofthe total landfill traffic during the peak afternoon hour, 5 percent was truck traffic. Truck activity was recorded at the intersection. During the intersection PM peak hour of a total of nine trucks entered into the intersection at Glendale Road/Landfill Entrance. This represents 3.5% ofthe total vehicular volume. Ofthe total number ofheavy vehicles, four were traveling southbound on Glendale Road (3 into the site, 1 bypassing landfill), three were traveling northbound on Glendale Road (all bypassing landfill) and two were leaving the landfill (both turning right). No tractor trailers were observed traveling on Glendale Road during this traffic count. Landfill Related Activity - Scale House Records The City ofNorthampton provided detailed scale records that can be used to describe commercial vehicle trips that are attributed mainly to the landfill operation. Since the users ofthe residential drop-offrecycling area do not travel over the scale, they are not included in the following discussion. The City of Northampton requires commercial loads to be weighed on the scale. The vast majority of commercial vehicles that are weighed are pick-up trucks, or other single body trucks, including some packer trucks. There are very few tractor-trailers that access the site, estimated by the City to less than 10 per year. The few tractor-trailers that do enter the site are typically delivering cover soils. No tractor trailers were observed entering/exiting the site during the traffic counts. A review of scale records for November 2001 revealed that a total of about 1608 commercial vehicles were weighed on the scale. A breakdown of the average trucks per day is summarized below.- Table 1 Average Daily Number of Commercial Vehicles using the Landfill Day Average Number of Trucks Monday 84 Tuesday 85 Wednesday 52 Thursday 92 Friday 86 Saturday 35 Source: City ofNorthampton As depicted in the table, on days the landfill is open the entire day, about 90 commercial vehicles enter and exit the site. On Wednesday and Saturday when the landfill is open from 7:00 am to noon, about half the number of commercial vehicles enter the site. In general, the city reports that ofthe commercial vehicles that enter the site, 30% are pick-up trucks, 60% are singles and 10% are large trucks delivering top soiL Ref: P:ll361136rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates 5/02 Page 5
  • 51. I A further review of scale house data for November 200 l, was perfonned to detennine the hourly distribution ofcommercial vehicle traffic using the landfilL The following table summarizes the distribution I of conunercial vehicle by i2 hour intervals. I Hour Table 2 Time Distribution of Commercial Vehicle Traffic Average Truck Count - - 7:00AM 5 4 7:30 8:00 5 • • - 8:30 4 9:00 4 9:30 10:00 5 5 • 10:30 5 11:00 6 11:30 4 12:00 PM 4 12:30 5 1:00 6 1:30 5 • 2:00 5 2:30 4 3:00 2 3:30 1 • Source: City ofNorthamptonIn a typical day, during any i2 hour interval, about 4-6 commercial vehicles can be expected to enter thefacility to use the landfill.Daily Cover DeliveriesThe majority oflarger trucks, (gross vehicle we1ght of30,000 pounds or more) entering the site aredelivering daily cover soil for the landfill operation. The City maintains detailed records of incoming •deliveries of cover soil. While the delivery of waste as described above occurs in a fairly consistentmanner, the cover soil deliveries are more variable. Scale records from September 200 l to January 2002were reviewed to detail the variability in the number oftrucks to deliver soils. The following table presentsinfonnation on the number of trucks per month that deliver cover soil.Ref: P:ll361136rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates5/02 Page 6
  • 52. Table3 Daily Cover Soil Deliveries- Larger Truck Usage Mean Mode Median Month Total Trucks Daily Range (per day) (per day) (per day) September 98 1-26 5.4 1 1 October 169 1-25 7.4 1 5 November 94 1-12 4.7 2 4 December 211 1-35 10.6 2 3 January 114 1-24 5.4 1 3 Notes: 1) Mean: The average number of trucks delivering cover soil per day. 2) Mode: The most frequently occurring number of trucks per day delivering soil. 3) Median: The middle number of truck deliveries of soil per day. ·Source· Citv ofNorthamnton Tills table indicates that approximately 100 to 200 trucks per month deliver cover soil. The daily range of truck varies from alowofonetruckperday, to ahighof35 trucks per day. A statistical reviewofthedata reveals that on most days only a small number oftrucks deliver cover soils, as exhibited by the fact that the most frequently occurring number oftruck trips (mode) is one and two. In addition, the median number (middle) oftruck delivering soil through the five-month period varied from one to five trucks per day. In summary these numbers illustrate that on most days very few trucks are delivering soil to the site, but that on a limited number ofother days the number oftrucks is increased to about 20 or more per day. The main reason for this variation is that much of the cover soil is delivered from various types of construction projects, where excavations are completed in a limited amount oftime and thus are delivered in a short amount of time at the landfilL- Sight Distance Sight distances were checked in the field and appear to be adequate in both directions along Glendale Road at the two existing site drives. Stopping sight distance is critical at a driveway so that ifa vehicle enters the main road, there will be sufficient distance for an oncoming vehicle to stop in advance ofthe intersection. Intersection Operations HCM Methodology A level of service (LOS) analysis was conducted at each study area intersection using the procedures outlined in the 2000 Highway Capacity Manua/ 1• The methodology forunsignalized levels of service (A-F) was used and is based solely on delay. The delay is based on capacity which is based on gap acceptance and intersection volumes. The LOS results utilizing the Highway Capacity Software (HCS) program are noted in Table4 below for the weekday AM and PM peak hours. The LOS analysis worksheets and criteria for the study area intersections are included in the Appendix. 1 2000 H1ghway Capacity Manual; Transportation Research Board. Ref: P:1136ll36rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates 5/02 Page 7
  • 53. I Table4 2001 Existing Level of Service Analysis I AM Peak PM Peak I Unsignalized Intersection Glendale Road/Landfill Southbound Left LOS A Delay 8.0 LOS A Delay 7.5 - Entrance/Exit Westbound LefURight A 9.7 A 9.1 • - Glendale Eastbound Left A 7.5 A 7.4 Road/West Westbound Left A 7.9 A 7.5 - Farms Road/Route 66 Northbound Left/Through/Right B 12.9 B 12.6 (Westhampton Road) Southbound Left/Through/Right LOS=Ievel of service, delay in seconds per vehicle B 13.2 B 12.4 • As seen from the results in Table4, the intersections are operating at acceptable levels of service A and B during both the AM and PM peak hours.Accident HistoryAn accident data summary for the study area intersections was obtained from the Registry ofMotor Vehiclefiles, maintained by MassHighway, for the years 1998, 1999 and 2000. Table 5 below shows the accident •reported at the intersection ofRoute 66/West Farms Road/Glendale Road. No accidents were reportedat the intersection ofGlendale Road/Landfill Entrance. In addition, at the unsignalized intersection ofRoute66/West Farms Road/Glendale Road the crash rate was calculated to be 0.52 accidents per million enteringvehicles, below the Massachusetts average of 0.65 for unsignalized intersections. • TableS Accident Data Summary * Total Angle Rear Head Other/ Property Injury Fatality Crash End On Unknown Rate Route 66/West Farms Road/Glendale Road 1998 l 1 1 1999 1 1 1 0.52 2000 Total l 3 I I 0 l 1 1 l 2 0 • *Source: Massachusetts Highway DepartmentRef: P:ll361136rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates5/02 Page 8
  • 54. 2008 No BUILD CONDITIONS 2008 No Build Volumes To adhere to Executive Office of Environmental Affairs/Executive Office of Transportation and Construction (EO EA/EOTC) guidelines for traffic studies, a future year condition must be analyzed. The guidelines suggest a 5-year horizon period (2006). However, build out of the integrated solid waste management facility will not occur until the year 2008. Therefore, instead ofthe year 2006, a 2008 future year was analyzed. Generally, there are two components to the future year No Build condition-normal traffic growth and area background developments. Using historical data obtained from the MassHighway traffic volume book, it was noted that traffic counts nearby showed between 0-3% annual traffic growth. Therefore, a general background growth rate of3% per year for seven years was selected. The only known area project that is likely to increase traffic in the study area is the re-use ofthe Northampton State Hospital which is locally known as the Village at Hospital Hill on the Northampton State Hospital Campus. However, due to the distance between the projects, very little additional traffic is expected to travel through our study area. However, the background growth rate is assumed to take this additional traffic into account. This growth is anticipated whether or not the landfill expansion is constructed. The 2008 No Build traffic volumes were developed by factoring up the existing traffic counts by 15.9% (3%/year compounded for seven years). The resulting 2008 No Build volumes are shown in Figure 4. 2008 No Build Level of Service Analysis- Level of service analyses were performed for the 2008 No Build conditions, with the same assumptions as the existing analysis. The LOS results are shown in Table 6. Table 6 2008 No Build Level of Service Results AM Peak PM Peak Unsignalized Intersection LOS Delay LOS Delay Glendale Southbound Left A 8.1 A 7.6 Road/Landfill Entrance/Exit Westbound Left/Right A 10.0 A 9.3 Glendale Eastbound Left A 7.6 A 7.5 Road/West Farms Westbound Left A 8.0 A 7.6 Road/Route 66 Nmihbound Left/Tlu·ough/Right B 15.0 B 14.0 (Westhampton Road) Southbound Left/Through/Right c 15.3 B 13.6 LOS= level of service, delay in seconds per vehicle Ref: P:1136ll36rpt02.ac.wpd Bmce Campbell & Associates 5/02 Page 9
  • 55. I Under the 2008 No Build analysis, the West Fanns Road southbound approach at Route 66 will operate at LOS C with 15.3 seconds of delay during the AM Peak Hour. The borderline between LOS Band C I is 15.0 seconds of delay. I TRIP GENERATION, DISTRIBUTION AND ASSIGNMENT ,.. Trip Generation - Two sources of vehicle trip data were reviewed. Data provided by theN orthampton Integrated Solid • Waste Management Facility was obtained and truck types and all activity was identified. In addition, the Institute ofTransportation Engineers (ITE) trip generation data was also reviewed. It was detennined that ... trip generation rates for transfer stations/landfill facilities in this data base are not available. In addition, since BC&A recorded actual activity at the site drive, we assessed the actual trip rates at the site. While - with the expansion ofthe landfill facility, no new additional trips are expected as the facility will be designed to operate more efficiently and better separate commercial use from residential use. However, to show • some impacts of a larger site, and to present a conservative assessment of the network under future operating conditions, additional trips were estimated based on the increase in acreage. These results are summarized in Table 7 below. Table 7 Summary of Trips Generated by Proposed Expansion Condition In AM Peak Hour Out Total In PM Peak Hour Out Total • Existing Traffic Count 22 23 45 32 36 68 Projected New Trip Increase 7 8 15 10 12 22Trip Distribution and AssignmentThe trip distribution for the proposed development was based on an examination of existing traffic patternsand in discussion with the City on regional use ofthe site. The trip assignments are shown graphically inFigure 5.2008 BUILD CONDITIONS •2008 Build VolumesTo obtain the2008 Build volumes, the new site generated trips for the proposed expansion were addedto the 2008 No Build traffic volume networks. The resulting 2008 Build weekday AM and PM peak hournetworks are shown in Figure 6.Ref: P:1136ll36rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates5102 Page 10
  • 56. 2008 Build Level of Service Analyses Level of service analyses were conducted for the 2008 Build conditions and are shown in Table 8. Table 8 2008 Build Level of Service Results AM Peak PM Peak Unsignalized Intersection LOS Delay LOS Delay Glendale Southbound Left A 8.1 A 7.6 RoadJLandfill Entrance/Exit Westbound Left/Right B 10.1 A 9.4 Glendale Eastbound Left A 7.6 A 7.5 Road/West Westbound Left A 8.0 A 7.6 Farms Road/Route 66 Northbound Left/Through/Right c 15.3 B 14.3 (Westhampton Road) Southbound Left/Through/Right c 15.6 B 13.8 LOS= level of service, delay in seconds per vehicle The intersection LOS Build conditions show the Glendale Road northbound approach at the intersection of Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66 (Westhampton Road) to increase the average delay by 0.3 seconds, degrading from LOS :8 with 15.0 seconds of delay to LOS C with 15.3 seconds of delay. The borderline between LOS Band LOS Cis 15.0 seconds.- TRAFFIC IMP ACTS OF PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT The table below summarizes the increase in traffic due to the development. According to Table 8, peak hourtrafficvolumescanbeexpectedtoincreasebyl.8%-3.6%attheintersectionofGlendaleRoad!West Fanns Road/Glendale Road and by 5.6-7.4% at the intersection ofGlendale Road/Landfill Entrance-Exit. Table 9 Intersection Traffic Volume Increases Due to the Proposed Expansion (Percent Change Between 2008 No Build and Build) Intersection No Build Build %Increase AM Peak PM Peak AM Peak PM Peak AM Peak PM Peak Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Hour Glendale Road/Landfill Entrance-Exit 267 297 282 319 5.6% 7.4% Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 595 559 606 579 1.8% 3.6% 66 (Westhampton Road) Ref: P:11361136rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates 5/02 Page 11
  • 57. I MITIGATION I As a result of the expansion ofthe integrated solid waste management facility, certain mitigative measures I - are recommended to minimize the impacts of truck traffic and protect the residential neighborhood. Presently there are two site drives leading to the site, but only the most southerly is used for access/egress. To better accommodate the future expansion, the following is recommended: • Re-design the site such that the northerly site drive be used for "commercial trucks only" (i.e. tractor trailers, packers, pickups etc.). Due to the existing comer radii, and the fact that the drive has a wider • roadway with at its intersection with Glendale Road, it would better serve as the primary access/egress for trucks, with only slight modifications. The southerly site drive should be designed forresidential drop off only; - - • Re-construct the norther! y site driveway such that the comer radii accommodate a WB-50 (tractor trailers) and a Stop sign and Stop line be placed on the site driveway. Signing should be placed • designating the respective drives for resident and truck use only;• A publicity campaign should be instituted informing the uses ofthe facility that separate driveways are identified for respective use. This information, along with the proper signing noted above should be in place prior to full expansion of the facility;• At the intersection ofGlendale Road with West Farms Road/Route 66, upgrade the pavement markings and provide direction signing to the integrated solid waste management facility. With the use ofthe • facility as a regional operation, improve trail-blazing with assist new outside users.• Although not a part ofa traffic mitigation plan, routine street sweeping should be performed along landfill access roads to control dust generated from vehicles accessing the site.CONCLUSIONThe City ofNorthampton is proposing to expand the Northampton Integrated Solid Waste Management -Facility utilizing the adjacent City-owned parcel (52 acres) to develop a solid waste landfill. The existinglandfill will have an operational life until the end of2007. The proposed Phase 5landfill expansion willprovide an additional 10 years ofdisposal capacity. Access to the site is to remain the same, off GlendaleRoad. The proposed expansion is expected to generate 15 new trips (7 in/8 out) during the AM PeakHour and 22 new trips ( 10 in/12 out) during the PM Peak Hour. With expansion, the northbound andsouthbound approaches at the intersection of Glendale Road/West Farms Road/Route 66 (Westhampton •Road) will operate on the LOS B/C line during the AM Peak Hour, while all other movements at bothstudy area intersections will operate at LOS A orB during both peak hours.Ref: P:11361136rpt02.ac.wpd Bruce Campbell & Associates5/02 Page 12
  • 58. Q- STUDY INTERSECTION B~C Figure 1 SITE LOCATION MAP&fA TRANSFER FACILITYNot to Scale NORTHAMPTON, MA
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  • 60. (f) L IXO << u..o f-IX (f) w 3:: vcnco ___ 16 N<D~ --37 ROUTE 66 Jtl ,20 ROUTE 66 41_) 140-- )t( 10001 10, 1"-11 10~ 1"-N ___ 19 EXISTING TRIPS tl ,-s LANDFILL IN OUT = 27 = 24 tr OCl<D ENTRANCE/EXIT TOTAL= 51 en w ..J < 0 0 < z IX 0 w ..J D AM PEAK HOUR ·-- (f) L IXO << u._ 0 f- 0::: (f) ~ ~a ___ 32 I") <ON --72 ROUTE 66 Jtl ,25 ROUTE 66 6_) 90-- )t( vnm NOl~ 28, OJ([) <Dv ___44 EXISTING TRIPS tl ,4 LANDFILL IN OUT = 50 = 48 tr N([) ENTRANCE/EX! T TOTAL= 98 en w _J < 0 0 < z IX 0 w ..J D PM PEAK HOUR Figure 3 © 2001 EXISTING AM AND PM*&Not to Scale TRANSFER FACILITY NORTHAMPTON, MA PEAK HOUR VOLUMES
  • 61. (f) I :::2: ~0 <t:<t: u_o ~--~ (f) w I 3: 000 t)OON _20 --46 I ROUTE 66 )tl ,24 ROUTE 66 51_) 172-- 12, tr OvtO ~oov 10~ OlN _19 EXISTING TRIPS tl ,-s LANDFILL IN OUT = 27 = 24 tr N(() ENTRANCE/EXIT TOTAL = 51 • ~ w _J <t: 0 0 <t: z 0 w _J ~ c.:> AM PEAK HOUR (f) ~ - 0::: 0 <t: <t: u_ 0 I - 0::: (f) w 3: ov _39 t)fN --as ROUTE 66 )tl ,29 ROUTE 66 7_) 110-- 31, tr IOlN NON ~ - 1010 oov _44 EXISTING TRIPS tl ,4 LANDFILL IN = 50 - OUT = 48 viO ~ tr ENTRANCE/EXIT TOTAL= 98 ~ w -lo <t:<t: 00 ~a::: _J c.:> PM PEAK HOUR Figure 4 © 2008 NO BUILD AM AND PM * & Not to Scale11~Rtv.. TRANSFER FACILITY NORTHAMPTON, MA PEAK HOUR VOLUMES -
  • 62. (/) ::?: a:o <(<( u..o 1-a: (/) w 3:: ROUTE 66 11 Jtl -- ___ ,1 ROUTE 66 -- ltr --- 1 ~..q-~ ,2 l{) __6 NEW TRIPS " tr N LANDFILL ENTRANCE/EXIT lN = 7 OUT = 8 TOTAL= 15 w ._l <( 0 0 <( z 0 w a: ._l 0 AM PEAK HOUR (/) ::::! a:o <(<( u..o 1- a: (/) w 3:: ROUTE 66 (!J Jtl -- ,1 ___ ROUTE 66 -- ltr --- 2 NIN ,11 ___ m NEW TRIPS " tr ~ LANDFILL EN TRANCE/EX! T IN = 10 OUT = 12 TOTAL= 22 w ._l <( 0 0 <( z 0 w a: ._l 0 PM PEAK HOUR Figure 5 © AM AND PM PEAK HOUR TRIP GENERATION*&Not to Scale TRANSFER FACILITY NORTHAMPTON, MA
  • 63. I (/) ::2 o::o ~~ Lt.. a f-0:: (/) I w 3: I - ono .___ 20 !"lOON --46 ROUTE 66 )1.... 51 __j 172-- 13, ,25 )t( ~oor-- ~IXJV ROUTE 66 - • - l()(l) EXISITNG NEW TOTAL cnN .___ 25 TRIPS TRIPS TRIPS 1.... 7 tr ;:jiXl ~ LANDFILL ENTRANCE/EX! T IN OUT = 27 = 24 TOTAL= 51 7 8 15 34 32 66 - w ....J <( 0 <( 0 z 0 w 0:: ....J L:JAM PEAK HOUR (/) ::2 0:: 0 <(<( Lt.. 0 f- 0:: Vl w 3: c.ov .___ .39 l"li--N --88 Jtl - ,30 ROUTE 66 ROUTE 66 7__) 110-- )t( mc.ov 33, N:=N l()v EXISTING NEW TOTAL IXJl() .___55 TRIPS TRIPS TRIPS tl 5 LANDFILL IN OUT =50 = 48 10 12 60 60 tr vc.o ENTRANCE/EXIT TOTAL= 98 22 120 ~ ~ w ....J <( 0 <( 0 z 0 w 0:: ....J 0PM PEAK HOUR Figure 6 © 2008 BUILD AM AND PM*&Not to Scale TRANSFER FACILITY NORTHAMPTON, MA PEAK HOUR VOLUMES
  • 64. Traffic Impact Study NORTHAMPTON INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITY CITY OF NORTHAMPTON Appendix__...~=----- Bruce Campbell & Associates Transportation Engineers & Planners&A 38 Chauncy Street, Boston MA 02111 tel: 617-542-1199; fax: 617-451-9904 e-mail: info@bca-engineers.com May 2002
  • 65. - TRAFFIC VOLUME DATA A
  • 66. MASSACHUSETTS HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT· STATEWIDE TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTIONI 2000 WEEKDAY SEASONAL FACTORS * I• Note: These are weekday factors. The average of the factors for the year will not equal 1, as Weekend data are not considered.FACTOR GROUP JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC !GROUP 1 -WEST INTERSTATE 1.03 0.97 0.96 0.92 0.91 0.89 0.89 0.90 0.91 0.92 0.96 0.96GROUP 2 - RURAL MAJOR COLLECTOR (R-5) 1.20 1.13 1.12 1.03 0.93 0.90 0.86 0.89 0.94 0.95 1.06 1.08 GROUP 3A- RECREATIONAL **(1-4) See below 1 .37 1.29 1.23 1.09 0.96 0.87 0.76 0.77 0.94 0.99 1.10 1.15 GROUP 38- RECREATIONAL """(5) See below 1.36 1.28 1.28 1.13 0.99 0.91 0.75 0.75 0.99 1.03 1.12 1.1 5 GROUP 4- 1-495 INTERSTATE 1.14 1.06 1.02 0.97 0.92 0.87 0.82 0.81 0.91 0.91 1.01 1.01 GROUP 5 - EAST INTERSTATE 1.08 1.02 1.00 0.96 0.93 0.90 0.89 0.89 0.93 0.93 0.96 0.98 CROUP 6 - URBAN ARTERIALS, COLLECTORS & RURAL ARTERIALS (R-2, R-3) 1.07 1.03 1.00 0.96 0.92 0.90 0.91 0.91 0.92 0.92 0.97 0.97 GROUP 7- 1-84 PROXIMITY (STA. 17) 1.31 1.28 1.16 1.10 0.97 0.87 0.90 0.89 0.99 1.08 1.11 1.26 GROUP 8- 1-295 PROXIMITY (STA. 6590) 1.05 1.02 1.00 0.91 0.90 0.89 0.91 0.86 0.90 0.91 0.91 0.88 GROUP 9- 1-195 PROXIMITY (STA. 7) 1.21 1.16 1.06 1.03 _Q.94 -- 0.86 0.80 0.79 0.89 0.93 1.02 1.04 RECREATIONAL: (ALL YEARS) [ 2000 AXLE CORRECTION FACTORS I I ROUND OFF - J "GROUP 3A: ROAD INVENTORY AXLE 0 - 999 ............. 1 0 I. CAP£ COD (ALL TOWNS) FUNCTIONAL CORRECTION > 1,000 .......... 100 2.PLYMOUTH(SOUTH OF RTUA) CLASSIFICATION FACTOR 7079,7080,7090,7091,7092,7093,7094,7095,7096,7097,71 OS, 71 78 R-1 0.93 3.MARTHAS VINEYARD R-2 0.97 4.NANTUCKET R-3 0.97 R-5 0.98 U-1 0.93 **"GROUP 38: U-2 ,U-3 ,U-4 0.97 5.P£RMAN£NTS 2 & 189 U-5 0.99 I 066,1067, I 083,1084,1085,1086,1087,1088,1089,1090,1091,1092, U-6 0.98 1093,1094,1095,1096,1097,1098,1099,1100,1101,1102,1103,1104, 1105,1106,1107,1108,1113,1114,1116 1-84 0.70 Apply 1-84 factor to stations: 3290,3921 ,3929I I I • •
  • 67. - TRAFFIC COUNTS USED IN NETWORKS
  • 68. I Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street I Boston MA 02111 File Name : Route 66 am Site Code Start Date : 44444444 : 11/15/2001 I •L~~-- W. Farms Road Southbound Route 66 Westbound Page No Glendale Northbound I Route 66 Eastbound :2 I -: I ! I App I Ri I Pe App I ; App I I Th l R. p App I Int. ] Start Lef ! Th I Ri r l Pe Lef J Th Lef Th Ri i Pe I . , Lef , I il e I . Tot I ds Tot~ ~I I I I I ru ght ds Tota . t i ru Ight I ds :, TotaI I t ru 1 ght / ds Tota • Time t ru ght t 1 . 11 I I ! I1 I . .Peak Hour From 07.00 AM to 09:45AM- Peak 1 of 1 lntersec lion 07:00AM - Volume 16 13. 60. 20. 69 24 27. 50. 21. 6 115 20 37 59. 33. 16 0 73 8 70 39 0 117 41 14 0 21. 73. 10 0 191 496 • Percent 5.2 0.0 6.8 00 5.2 0.0 9 0 9 4 7 9 8 3 5 3 07:30 5 22 7 0 34 4 5 6 0 15 3 17 16 0 36 10 48 0 59 144 Volume Peak 0.861 Factor High Int. 07:30AM 07:00AM 07:30AM 07:30AM Volume 5 22 7 0 34 5 16 3 0 24 3 17 16 0 36 10 48 0 59 Peak 0.84 i 0.76 0.81 0.80 Factor 6i 0 3 9 W. Farms Road Out In Total CJ.m I 115] I 2421 l I I I : 241 691 161 6j Right Thru Left Peds .J I L 4 - I -~ .£9W 1-;:-1 ~ ~ ~ ;un I ~~1 ~j2 )"Q",:::__j 0 N 1--j . Q) I f- I I !- I --j -m w.- North " • ~ I ~~--> •-::r n ;u 2 ~ I I I ~E-~ ~- ~ 0 _,~ r~,~ 111115/01 7:00:00 AM i 0 . ..-- ..c 11/15101 7:45:00 AM 50 ~ty tr 0>- jcars I I ... ::l>"-> 0 0--j 0 oltll 1"0 ·" JG. 1Heavy Vehicles -o "bj a_ "o U No ~w en- • •-, l iI 1-+ Left Thru Right Peds I 8! 701 39j 0: ! I OUt · ----gg: ;---rn! -In- Glendale I 2161 Total i -
  • 69. Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name :Route 66 am Site Code :44444444 Start Date : 11/15/2001 Page No :1 Start Time Factor 07:00AM 07:15AM 07:30AM 07:45AM Total O! 08:00AM 4 14 5 Ol 15 4 1 0 2 17 6 0 8 26 0 o 102 08:15AM 1 13 1 ol 6 11 9 0 0 11 18 0 12 23 1 0 106 08:30AM 7 14 6 0 0 6 8 0 0 10 7 0 10 20 3 0 91 08:45AM 2 13 4 0 4 12 2 0 1 13 8 0 4 16 1 0 80 Total 14 54 16 0 25 33 20 0 3 51 39 Oi 34 85 5 O! 379 ~I 09:00AM 4 17 3 4 6 0 0 1 9 2 01 6 24 2 78 7 10 0 0 18 6 8 14 1 85 09:15AM 09:30AM 3 3 9 17 6 2 gi 3 7 3 3 0 1 8 4 Or O 1 8 0 57 09:45AM 3 8 3 0! 6 10 2 0 1 16 6 ol 7 14 1 oi 77 Total 13 51 14 0/ 20 33 8 0 3 51 18 0/ 22 60 4 0/ 297 Grand 43 174 54 6 65 103 44 0 14 172 96 0 97 285 19 0 1172 Total Apprch% 15.5 62.8 19.5 2.2 30.7 48.6 20.8 0.0 5.0 61.0 34.0 0.0 24.2 71.1 4.7 0.0 Total% 3.7 14.8 4.6 0.5 5.5 8.8 3.8 0.0 1.2 14.7 8.2 0.0 8.3 24.3 1.6 0.0-
  • 70. I Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. I 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name Site Code :Route 66 am :44444444 I Start Date : 11/15/2001 • Page No Route 66 :1 --, Ped I - Factor 07:00AM o:I 07:15AM or • 07:30AM 07:45AM Total gl Of - 08:00AM 4 14 3 Oi 14 4 1 Ol 1 16 6 Oi 8 26 0 Oi 97 • ~I ~I 08:15AM 1 13 1 6 7 8 0 10 18 10 23 0 97 08:30AM 5 11 6 0 6 6 0! or I 0 10 6 gj 8 20 2 80 08:45AM 2 11 4 3 11 2 0[ 0 10 7 0[ 4 15 0 69 Total 12 49 14 ol 23 28 17 Of 1 46 37 Of 30 84 2 o: 343 o! ~I 09:00AM 3 12 3 3 4 0 0 0 7 2 6 23 2 65 09:15AM 3 7 5 gl 5 10 3 0 0 13 6 7 13 0 ol 72 09:30AM 1 12 2 oi 3 6 1 0 1 8 3 1 7 0 o 45 09:45AM 3 6 3 Oi 3 8 2 0 1 13 5 o, 7 12 1 0 64 Total 10 37 13 0/ 14 28 6 0 2 41 16 o! 21 55 3 0/ 246 Grand 37 152 49 6 52 91 35 0 8 152 88 0 90 277 13 0 1050 Total Apprch% 15.2 62.3 20.1 2.5 29.2 51.1 19.7 0.0 3.2 61.3 35.5 0.0 23.7 72.9 3.4 00 Total% 3.5 14.5 4.7 0.6 5.0 8.7 3.3 0.0 0.8 14.5 8.4 0.0 8.6 26.4 1.2 0.0 W. Farms Road Route 66 Southbound Westbound ! App I Pe i . • Lef Pelntersec ds I Tot~ ds - 07:00AM tion 13Volume 15 66 22 6 109 15 35 12 0 62 5 65 35 0 105 39 8 0 185 461 8 13. 60. 20. 24. 56. 19. 61. 33. 21. 74.Percent 5.5 0.0 4.8 0.0 4.3 0.0 8 6 2 2 5 4 9 3 1 6 07:30 5 21 7 0 33 4 5 5 0 14 2 16 15 0 33 10 47 0 0 57 137Volume Peak 0.841 FactorHigh Int. 07:30AM 07:00AM 07:30AM 07:30AMVolume 5 21 7 0 33 3 15 2 0 20 2 16 15 0 33 10 47 0 0 57 Peak 0.82 0.77 0.79 0.81 Factor 6 5 5 1 -
  • 71. Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name :Route 66 am Site Code :44444444 Start Date 11/15/2001 Page No : 1 W. Farms Road Route 66 Southbound Thr 1 Rig Ped Left U 1 ht s Factor 1.0! 1.0 07:00AM 0 1 8 07:15AM 2 1 12 07:30AM 1 0 7 07:45AM 0 0 8 Total 3 2 Oi 5 O! 35 ~I 08:00AM 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 O 5 08:15AM 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 o 9 08:30AM 2 3 0 O 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 11 08:45AM 0 2 0 oi 1 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 ol 11 Total 2 5 2 OJ 2 5 3 o, 2 5 2 OJ 4 3 Oi 36 09:00AM 1 5 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 O 13 09:15AM 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 5 0 1 1 1 ol 13 09:30AM 2 5 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 o: 12 09:45AM 0 2 0 3 2 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 13 Total 3 14 O! 6 5 2 Ol 10 2 5 0/ 51 Grand 6 22 5 0 13 12 9 0 6 20 8 0 7 8 6 0 122 Total Apprch% 18.2 66.7 15.2 0.0 38.2 35.3 26.5 0.0 17.6 58.8 23.5 0.0 33.3 38.1 28.6 0.0; Total% 4.9 18.0 4.1 0.0 10.7 9.8 7.4 0.0 4.9 16.4 6.6 0.0 5.7 6.6 4.9 0.0- I I Start Lef W. Farms Road Southbound Th i Ri I Pe I App I . Lef Th Route 66 Westbound ; I I Ri I Pe i ! App i i i Glendale Northbound I I App ! I ·[ Lef I Th ! Ri ! Pe . i Lef , Route 66 Eastbound Pe App Int. Tot~ I . Tot~ t ru I ghl j ds Tot~ I I, ds Tota Tota I Time 1 t ru ght ds Peak Hour From 07.00 AM to 09.45 AM -Peak 1 of 1 t ru ght ds J J J 1 I I lntersec 09 :00 AM I I tion I Volume 3 14 0 18 6 5 2 0 10 2 0 13 1 5 1 0 7; 51 46. 38. 1 5 ~ 0.0 16 77 Percent 7 85.6 0.0 2 76. 9 15. 00 4 . 14. 71. 3 4 14. 00 3 . 09:45 0 2 0 0 2 3 2 0 0 5 0 3 0 4 0 2 0 0 2 13 Volume Peak 0.981 Factor High Int. 09:30AM 09:45AM 09:15AM 09:15AM Volume 2 5 0 0 7 3 2 0 0 5 0 5 0 0 5 1 1 0 3 Peak 0.64 0.65 0.65 0.58 Factor 3 0 0 3
  • 72. I Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street I Boston MA 02111 File Name : LFENTR-1 Site Code Start Date : 00000112 : 11/15/2001 I • Page No :2 - - •Volume nPercent 07:45 Volume 07:00AM 21 19.3 6 88 80.7 23 0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 109 29 I 5 20.8 2 0 0.0 0 19 79.2 6 0 0.0 0 24 8 0 0 0.0 85 93.4 33 6 6.6 2 0 0.0 0 91 35 224 72 - • Peak 0.778 FactorHigh lnt 07:30AM 07:15AM 07:45AM Volume 4 26 0 0 30 2 0 7 0 9 0 33 2 0 35 Peak 0.908 0.667 0.650 Factor I Glendale Road Out In Total I i 1091 i 213[ JMJ T I I oj BBI 211 Oi Ri?ht Thru Left Peds 1_j l L• ci I ~o T ,~mI ~ ~ ~ ::r-" i 0, - North :I<D ~ ~ E t1!- z c u 1:1115101 7:00:00 AM 11115101 7:45:00 AM 1-::r 2fo ~ ~ HJ I i ~ = m ::>- ~ _, u 0 ~i ~i! z ~n ICars Q I I i Heavy Vehides I t::J 1 l Left T Thru I-. Right Peds LJi[ B5l 61 oj I I I i 93: I 91 i c:J]±] Out In Total Glendale Road -
  • 73. Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : LFENTR-1 Site Code : 00000112 Start Date 11/15/2001 Page No : 1 Groups Printed- Cars - Heavy Vehicles Landfill Entrance/Exit Glendale Road Westbound Northbound I Start Time Left Thru Thru I Right I Peds! Factor 1.0 1.0 10 i 1.0 07:00AM 8 18 11 2 07:15AM 3 21 23 1 07:30AM 4 26 18 1 07:45AM 6 23 33 2 Total 21 88 85 6 ~I 08:00AM 2 17 0 Oi 1 0 3 Oi 0 15 1 39 ol ~I 08:15AM 7 18 0 0 0 5 0 22 0 52 08:30AM 4 11 0 0 0 6 0 20 0 41 08:45AM 7 18 0 0 0 3 gl 0 15 3 oi 46 Total 20 64 0 o! 1 0 17 ol 0 72 4 Ol 178 09:00AM 5 13 0 Ql 3 0 4 01 0 14 0 o! 39 ~I 09:15AM 4 14 0 1 0 6 0 15 1 41 09:30AM 13 10 0 g/ 2 0 3 01 o, 0 9 0 37 09:45AM 6 11 0 o! 1 0 11 Oj 0 8 1 38 Total 28 48 0 o: 7 0 24 Ol 0 46 2 o I 155 10:00 AM 5 5 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 23Grand Total 74 205 0 0 14 0 66 0 0 209 12 0 580 Apprch% 26.5 73.5 0.0 0.0 17.5 0.0 82.5 0.0 0.0 94.6 5.4 0.0 Total% 12.8 35.3 0.0 0.0 2.4 0.0 11.4 0.0 0.0 36.0 2.1 0.0
  • 74. I Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. I 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : LFENTR-1 Site Code : 00000112 I Start Date 11/15/2001 Page No : 1 Glendale Road - -I Northbound1- i Start Time I Right PedsiI . Factor I 1.0 1.0 I I - I - 07:00AM 0 0 36 07:15AM 07:30AM 0 0 0 0 Ol ol 48 49 • 07:45AM 68 Total 0 OJ 201 • ~I 0 1 0 15 ~I 08:00AM 2 17 0 01 1 1 37 08:15AM 6 17 0 01 0 0 4 0 22 0 49 08:30AM 4 11 0 Oi 0 0 5 0 19 0 0! 39 08:45AM 5 14 0 oi 0 0 2 0 13 3 Oj 37 Total 17 59 0 oj 1 0 12 Oi 0 69 4 Oj 162 09:00AM 4 10 0 ol 3 0 3 01 0 12 0 o· 32 09:15AM 4 13 0 o! I 1 0 3 0, 0 14 0 ol 35 09:30AM 9 10 0 Oi 1 0 2 OiI 0 9 0 oJ 31 09:45AM 5 10 0 ol 1 0 9 O! 0 8 0 0 33 Total 22 43 0 OJ 6 0 17 o) 0 43 0 0/ 131 10:00 AM 3 5 0 ol 1 0 4 0 0 6 0 ol 19 Grand Total 53 194 0 o 12 0 45 0 0 201 8 o: 513 Apprch% 21.5 78.5 0.0 0.0 I 21.1 0.0 78.9 0.0 0.0 96.2 3.8 0.0 i Total% 10.3 37.8 0.0 oo I 2.3 0.0 8.8 0.0 0.0 39.2 1.6 0.0 i Glendale Road Southbound lntersectio Volume n 07:30AM 14 Percent 14.4 85.6 83 0 0.0 0 0.0 97 4 25.0 0 00 12 75.0 0 0.0 16 0 0.0 87 96.7 3 3.3 0 0.0 90 203 - 07:45 0 7 4 23 0 0 27 2 0 5 0 32 2 0 34 68 Volume Peak 0.746 Factor High Int. 07:30AM 07:45AM 07:45AM Volume 2 26 0 0 28 2 0 5 0 7 0 32 2 0 34 Peak 0.866 0.571 0.662 Factor
  • 75. Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : LFENTR-1 Site Code : 00000112 Start Date :11/15/2001 Page No :1 r--- i Right Peds i Right I Peds Int. i Factor 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 I 1.0! I =:=J 07:00AM 07:15AM 3 3 0 0 01 0: 1 0 gl 6 9 07:30AM 2 0 Ol 1 o: 4 07:45AM 2 0 ol 0 oi 4 Total 10 0 0 0, 2 0 23 08:00AM 0 0 0 Oi 0 0 2 01 0 0 0 o: 2 or ~I 08:15AM 1 1 0 0 0 1 0, 0 0 0 3 08:30AM 0 0 0 0 0 1 Ol 0 1 0 oj 2 08:45AM 2 4 0 0 0 1 ol 0 2 0 0. 9 Total 3 5 0 Q! 0 0 5 01 0 3 0 o: 16 ~I ~I 09:00AM 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 Ol 7 09:15AM 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 ol I 6 09:30AM 4 0 0 0; 1 0 1 Oj 0 0 0 0 6 09:45AM 1 1 0 oi 0 0 2 o! 0 0 1 0; 5 Total 6 5 0 0/ 1 0 7 0/ 0 3 2 01 24 10:00 AM 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Oi 4 Grand Total 21 11 0 oi I 2 0 21 0 0 8 4 o: 67 Apprch% 65.6 34.4 0.0 oo I 8.7 0.0 91.3 0.0 0.0 66.7 33.3 o.o I Total% 31.3 16.4 0.0 0.0 3.0 0.0 31.3 0.0 0.0 11.9 6.0 00• Glendale Road Northbound App. Th J Righ 1 Ped App.! Int. i Left ru I ti Total S! Total! Total lntersectio 08:45AM n Volume 7 8 0 0 15 1 0 6 0 7 0 5 1 0 6 28 Percent 46.7 53.3 0.0 0.0 14.3 0.0 85.7 00 0.0 83.3 16.7 0.0 08:45 2 4 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 9 Volume Peak 0.778 Factor High Int. 08:45AM 09:15AM 08:45AM Volume 2 4 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 0 2 Peak 0.625 0.583 0.750 Factor
  • 76. I Bruce Campbell & Associates 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts CJii~ !Name : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 01 I Phone Number: (617) 54~ode : 20200014 Start Date : 04/20/2001 I - Page No :1 Groups Printed- Unshifted - Bank 1 West Farm Road Route 66 Glendale Road Route 66 Start Time Factor02:00PM left 1.0 5 u Southbound I ht 1.01 1.01 1.01 11 1 0 I Thr Rig Ped / App. s,Total 17 1 I u Westbound ht I 1.01 1.01 1.01 1.0i 3 16 4 0 I Left Thr Rig Ped App. left siTotal 23 I 1.01 6 ! u 1.0 14 Northbound I Thr I Rig I Ped I App. 1 ht s Total i 1.01 1.01 4 0 24! I 1o 1 J I left I u 10 18 Eastbound ht! I s 1.o 8 App. I I I Thr I Rig I Ped I Total!~~ 1.o 0 Total i I 91 I - 14 1 2 20 0 0 22 7 11 6 0 0 17 7 0 27102:15PM 2 0 17 24J 24 8702:30PM 5 10 0 0 15 6 14 6 0 26 6 18 3 0 271 1 12 9 0 22 9002:45PM 7 14 0 0 21 4 16 7 0 27 7 9 3 0 19 2 26 9 0 37 104 • - i Total 19 49 2 0 70 I 15 66 17 0 98 1 26 52 16 0 941 4 73 33 0 37203:00PM 8 10 1 0 19 2 16 6 0 6 21 6 0 33 3 20 11 0 341 11003:15PM 6 11 0 0 17 2 21 13 0 241 36 9 19 4 0 32 1 17 5 0 23 I 10803:30PM03:45PM 5 2 15 14 2 0 0 0 22 16 6 3 27 15 12 5 0 0 45 231 12 2 14 27 7 4 0 0 33 33 0 1 22 27 11 5 0 0 33 33 133 105 • Total 21 50 3 0 74 13 79 36 0 128 29 81 21 0 131 5 86 32 0 123 45604:00PM 6 16 1 0 23 6 12 8 0 26 I 3 33 6 0 1 19 7 0 27 118 42104:15PM 7 16 0 0 23 10 18 7 0 351 7 19 2 0 28 I 4 22 5 0 31 11704:30PM 8 15 1 0 24 3 16 10 0 29 5 36 6 0 47 0 13 4 0 17 11704:45PM 4 22 0 0 26 4 17 11 0 32 4 25 5 0 34 0 15 4 0 19 111 Total 25 69 2 0 96 23 63 36 0 122 19 113 19 0 151 5 69 20 0 941 463 Grand 65 168 7 0 240 51 208 89 0 348 74 246 56 0 376 14 228 85 0 327 1291 Total 27. 70. 14. 59. 25. 19. 65. 14. 69. 26.Apprch% 2.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.3 0.0 1 0 7 8 6 7 4 9 7 0 13. 16. 19. 17. Total% 5.0 0.5 0.0 18.6 4.0 6.9 0.0 27.0 5.7 4.3 0.0 29.1 1.1 6.6 00 25.3 0 1 1 7 -
  • 77. Bruce Campbell & Associates 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts a2i1el Name : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 01 Phone Number: (617) 542SttW9ode : 20200014 Start Date : 04/20/2001 Page No :2 Left on Volume 03:30PM 20 61 3 0 84 25 72 32 0 129 24 93 19 0 136 I 6 90 28 0 124 i I 473 23. 72. 19. 55. 24. 17. 68. 14. 72. 22. Percent 3.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.8 0.0 8 6 4 8 8 6 4 0 6 6 03:30 5 15 2 0 22 6 27 12 0 45 12 14 7 0 33 0 22 11 0 33 133 Volume Peak 1 o.889 Factor High lnl 04:00PM Volume 6 16 0 23 03:30PM 6 27 12 0 45 04:00PM 3 33 6 0 421 I 03:30PM 0 22 11 0 331 I I Peak 0.91 0.71 0.81 0.93 Factor 3 7 0 91 West Farm Road Out In Total Cilll ~ I 2151 I I l 3j 61j 20j oj Right Thru Left Peds L~ I ~...J l- ,- ro~ <D ~0 ij_j t._g ~N a ...J i North :y w -N s. <D m~~ -I ~ E Fl ~-:Y ~ :Js. ~ ~.._, 1- eN ~ ~r- r- !4/20/01 3:30:00 PM H· a: 0 - ro- N.C .gr, ~/20/01 4:15:00 PM , .. r ro m m 80 LJ~~ ~ . ._ ._ ._; ~-i I Ia: .... .... ::l> Unshifted Bank 1 lJ No (b 0. 0>- <nor U> 0 ~ ~-. Left i Thru Right Peds ,-t I 241 93j 191 Oj ! I I 114! I 13t?J ~ Out In Total Glendale Road
  • 78. Bruce Campbell & Associates I 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts (Jiilel Name Phone Number: (617) 542S1ttffiode : : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 01 20200014 I Groups Printed- Unshifted Start Date Page No : : 04/20/2001 1 I West Farm Road Route 66 I I Glendale Road I I Route 66 1 I • - I Southbound Westbound Northbound Eastbound I I I I I Start j Left ! Thr j Rig Ped App. Left I Thrl Rig Ped App. j Left! Thr Rig Ped I App., Left Thr Rig Ped I App. I Int. I I I I Time I I u j ht s Total . u ht s Total! u ht I s: Total u ht s Total Total I Factor! 1.01 1.0j 1.01 1.0! 1.0 l 1.0! 1.0] 1.0! I 1.o I 1.o I 1.01 1.o 1 I 1.o, 1.01 1.01 1.01 I02:00PM 5 11 1 0 17! 3 16 4 0 231 6 14 4 0 1 18 8 0 27 91 24102:15PM02:30PM02:45PM 2 4 7 13 10 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 16 14 19 2 6 4 19 14 15 0 5 7 0 0 0 21 I 251 26 7 6 7 10 18 9 5 2 2 0 0 0 22 261 18 0 2 1 17 11 24 7 8 8 0 0 0 24 20 34 83 85 97 • Total03:00PM 18 8 46 9 2 1 0 66 0 15 64 181 16 2 0 15 95 I 26 6 51 0 13 23 0 6 90 I 4 21 70 6 31 0 105 i 356 0 33 3 19 11 0 33 107 • -03:15PM 6 11 0 0 171 2 20 12 0 34 9 18 4 0 31 1 15 4 0 20 10203:30PM03:45PM Total 5 2 21 15 14 49 1 0 2 0 0 0 21 16 72 6 3 13 27 13 75 12 5 35 0 0 0 45 21 123 12 2 29 13 27 79 7 4 21 0 0 0 32 33 129 0 1 5 21 27 82 11 5 31 0 0 0 32 33 118 130 103 442 •04:00PM 6 16 1 0 23! 6 12 8 0 26 3 33 6 0 42 1 19 7 0 27j 11804:15PM 7 15 0 0 22 1 10 18 7 0 35 7 19 2 0 28 4 22 5 0 31 I 11604:30PM 8 14 1 0 23 3 16 10 0 29 5 36 6 0 47 0 13 4 0 171 11604:45PM 4 22 0 0 26 4 17 11 0 32 4 25 5 0 34 0 15 4 0 19 111 Total 25 67 2 0 94 23 63 36 0 122 19 113 19 0 151 5 69 20 0 94! 461 Grand 64 162 6 0 232 51 202 87 0 340 74 243 53 0 370 14 221 82 0 317 1259 Total 27. 69. 15. 59. 25. 20. 65. 14. 69. 25.Apprch% 2.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.4 0.0 6 8 0 4 6 0 7 3 7 9 12. 16. 19. 17. Total% 5.1 0.5 0.0 18.4 4.1 6.9 0.0 27.0 5.9 4.2 0.0 29.4 1.1 6.5 0.0 25.2 9 0 3 6 - • -
  • 79. Bruce Campbell & Associates 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts ClZi~ !Name : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 01 Phone Number: (617) 542SitW9ode : 20200014 Start Date : 04/20/2001 Page No :1 Start Left Time Factor 1.0 I ~I ~I 02:15PM 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 !I 1 02:30PM 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 5 02:45PM 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 3 7 Total 1 3 0 0 4 0 2 1 0 3, 0 1 3 0 4 0 3 2 0 5 16 03:00PM 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 03:15PM 0 0 0 0 61 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 3 6-03:30PM 0 0 1 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 03:45PM 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Total 0 1 1 0 2 0 4 1 0 5 0 2 0 0 2 0 4 1 0 5 14 ~I Oi ~I 04:15PM 0 0 0 1I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 04:30PM 0 0 0 1I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oi Total 0 2 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 ol 0 0 0 0 ol 0 0 0 0 ol 2 Grand Total 6 0 al I 0 6 2 0 8 0 3 3 0 6 0 7 3 0 10 32 12. 75. 12. 75. 25. 50. 50. 70. 30. Apprch% 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 18. 18. 21. Total% 3.1 3.1 0.0 25.0 0.0 6.3 0.0 25.0 0.0 9.4 9.4 0.0 18.8 0.0 9.4 0.0 31.3 8 8 9
  • 80. I Bruce Campbell & Associates 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts Cl2i~ !Name : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 02 I Phone Number: (617) 54~ode : 12345678 . t Start Date Page No Groups Pnne d- Uns h"fted - 8 an k 1 1 : 04/20/2001 :1 I Glendale Road Landfill Entrance Glendale Road • -III I Southbound Westbound Northbound i Start Time I I App.I Left I Thru I I Peds J I App. Total Left J Right I Peds I I App.l Total! Thru I Right I Peds I Total Int. Total/I Factor I 1.0 I 1.o I 1.o I 1.0 I 1.0 I 1.0 i 1.0! 1.0 I 1.0 I I I 02:00PM 10 13 0 23 1 10 0 11 17 1 1 19 53 02:15PM 11 15 0 26 0 9 0 9 18 1 2 21 56 02:30PM 10 15 0 25 1 11 0 12 15 2 0 17 54 02:45PM 9 10 0 19 1 11 0 12 21 0 3 24 55 • - Total 40 53 0 93 3 41 0 44 71 4 6 81 218 03:00PM 13 12 0 25 0 9 0 9 21 2 0 23 57 03:15PM 12 14 0 26 0 13 0 13 16 1 1 18 57 03:30PM 03:45PM 12 8 26 16 0 2 38 26 0 4 10 12 0 0 10 16: 14 24 1 1 4 0 19 25 67 67 • Total 45 68 2 115 4 44 0 481 75 5 5 85 248 04:00PM 0 17 2 19 1 10 0 11 14 0 0 14 I 44 04:15PM 0 18 1 19 0 0 0 0 26 0 0 26 45 04:30PM 0 21 0 21 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 20 41 04:45PM 0 24 0 24 0 0 0 0 22 0 0 22 46 Total 0 80 3 83 1 10 0 11 82 0 0 82 176 Grand Total 85 201 5 291 I 8 95 0 103 I 228 9 11 2481 642 I Apprch% 29.2 69.1 1.7 7.8 92.2 0.0 91.9 3.6 4.4 I Total% 13.2 31.3 0.8 45.31 1.2 14.8 0.0 16.0 I 35.5 1.4 1.7 38.61 •
  • 81. Bruce Campbell & Associates 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts Cl2i1E1!Name : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 02 Phone Number: (617) 54~ode : 12345678 Start Date : 04/20/2001 Page No :2 I Start Time Peds 1 Intersection I Volume 68 2 4 44 0 48 75 5 5 85 248 1151 Percent 59.1 1.7 8.3 91.7 0.0 88.2 5.9 5.9 03:45 Volume 16 2 26 4 12 0 16 24 1 0 25 67 Peak Factor 0.925 High Int. 03:30PM I 03:45PM 03:45PM Volume 12 26 0 38! 4 12 0 16 24 0 25 Peak Factor 0.7571 0.750 0.850 Glendale Road Out In Total CillJ ~ I CfiD I I 681 451 zl I Thru Left Peds I I .... 4 I .,.....--;) < •.,..J i L_- i North 2 4~ ~~~ _..,. ::J ~/20/01 3:00:00 PM r/20/01 3:45:00 PM c~~~~o~ .... -u .::.. OJ - .... iU g Unshifted Bank 1 ~ "0 ~~ro <Om 0 0>- i r Thru Right Peds I 751 517 I I c::m Out ~ In Total c.IEtJ Glendale Road
  • 82. I Bruce Campbell & Associates 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts Cf2i1€!11Name : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 02 I Phone Number: (617) 542S1Wmode : 12345678 nnte Start Date Page No Groups P. d- Uns h"fted 1 : 04/20/2001 :1 I Glendale Road Southbound Landfill Entrance Westbound Glendale Road Northbound ! I I I • Start Time Left j Thru I Peds j App., Total I Left I Right I Peds I App., Total I Thru I Right I Peds I App. Total I Int. Total, Factor 1 1.o I 1.o I 1.0! I 1.0 I 1.0 J 1.o I l 1.0 I 1.0 I 1.0 I i 02:00PM 10 13 0 23 1 10 0 11 17 1 1 19 53 02:15PM 11 15 0 26 0 9 0 9 18 1 2 21 56 02:30PM 8 14 0 22 1 11 0 12 14 2 0 16 50 02:45PM 9 10 0 19 1 8 0 9 20 0 3 23 51 Total 38 52 0 9o I 3 38 0 41 I 69 4 6 79! 210 03:00PM 11 12 0 23 l 0 9 0 9 21 2 0 23 55 03:15PM 11 14 0 25 0 13 0 13 14 1 1 16 54 03:30PM 03:45PM Total 12 8 42 25 16 67 0 2 2 37 26 111 0 4 4 8 12 42 0 0 0 8 16 46 14 23 72 1 1 5 4 0 5 19 24 82 64 66 239 • 04:00PM 0 16 2 18 1 10 0 11 14 0 0 14/ 43 04:15PM 0 18 1 19 0 0 0 0 26 0 0 26 45 04:30PM 0 21 0 21 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 19 40 04:45PM 0 24 0 24 0 0 0 0 22 0 0 22 46 Total 0 79 3 82 1 10 0 11 81 0 0 81 174Grand Total 80 198 5 2831 8 90 0 981 222 9 11 242 i 623 Apprch% 28.3 70.0 1.8 8.2 91.8 0.0 I 91.7 3.7 4.5 Total% 12.8 31.8 0.8 45.41 1.3 14.4 0.0 15.7! 35.6 1.4 1.8 38.81 • - • •
  • 83. Bruce Campbell & Associates 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts <l2i~ Name : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 02 Phone Number: (617) 542Sitt99ode : 12345678 Start Date : 04/20/2001 Page No :2 Thru Int. Total j Intersection Volume 67 2 111 4 42 0 461 72 5 5 82 239 60.4 1.8 8.7 91.3 0.0 I 87.8 6.1 6.1 Percent 03:45 Volume 16 2 26 4 12 0 16 23 1 0 24 66 Peak Factor 0.905 High Int. 03:30PM 03:45PM 03:45PM- Volume Peak Factor 12 25 0 37 0.750 4 12 Glendale Road 0 16 0.719 23 0 24 0.854 Out In Total ~ Cill.l ~ I I I 671 421 21 Thru Left Peds I y 4 ~~0 i North ~-1 ~ :0 ::r -. c w ..... i R I d~I~ t.i"~ ~ r/20101 3:00:00 PM r/20101 3:45:00 PM Unshifted ~ a. (1)0 -i m <D~ g w- i r Thru Right Peds I 721 51 5 i I c::m~~ Out In Total Glendale Road
  • 84. Bruce Campbell & Associates I 38 Chauncy Street Boston, Massachusetts OZi~ !Name Phone Number: (617) 542S11Mmode : BCA 01-03 Noho Landfill 02 : 12345678 I Start Date Page No Groups Printed- Bank 1 : 04/20/2001 :1 I Glendale Road I Landfill Entrance I I Glendale Road I I • - Southbound Westbound Northbound App.! App. i I Start Time Left I Thru I Peds Total! Left I Right! I Peds J Total! Thru I Right I Peds j App.! ! Total! Int. Total i Factor 1.0 I 1.o I 1.0 I 1.o I 1.0 I 1.o I I 1.0 I 1.o I 1.0 I I I ~I ~I 02:30PM 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 02:45PM 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 4 Total 2 1 0 3 0 3 0 3, 2 0 0 2 8 03:00PM 03:15PM 03:30PM 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 ~I 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 3 - 03:45PM Total 0 3 0 1 0 0 Oi 4! 0 0 0 2 0 0 0: 2/ 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 9 • 04:00PM 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 oj 0 0 0 Oj 04:30PM 0 0 0 Ol 0 0 0 ol 0 0 1I Total 0 0 1I 0 0 0 01 0 0 1 I 2Grand Total 5 3 0 0 5 0 6 0 0 19 Apprch% 62.5 37.5 0.0 81 0.0 100.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 Total% 26.3 15.8 0.0 42.1 1 0.0 26.3 0.0 26: I 31.6 0.0 0.0 31.: I - • -
  • 85. I SECTION Ill· TRAFFIC VOLUMES BY CITY/TOWN AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFICSTA. CITY/TOWN ROUTE/STREET LOCATION 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 I S006 NORTHAMPTON BATES ST. NORTH OF NORTH ST. 2,900 S006 i S001 NORTHAMPTON BLISS ST. NORTH OF WILLOW ST. OVER. MILL RIVER. 2 900 S003 NORTHAMPTON BRIDGE RD. WEST OF NORTH ELM ST. 17 400 S003 2097 NORTHAMPTON BRIDGE ST. EAST OF MARKET ST. 13,066 13 000 12 300 10 800 2097 2093 NORTHAMPTON BRIDGE ST. EAST OF NORTH MAIN ST. 9,417 10 000 9 500 9,300 9 400 2093 S007 NORTHAMPTON BURTS PIT RD. EAST OF FLORENCE RD. 3,200 S003 NORTHAMPTON BURTS PIT RD. WEST OF FLORENCE RD. 2 300 2091 NORTHAMPTON CHAPEL ST. SOUTH OF WEST ST. - ~/0 3 700 3,400 3 400 3,500 2091 2221 NORTHAMPTON CLARK AVE. EAST OF NEW SOUTH ST. 450 410 540 520 530 2221 2095 NORTHAMPTON DAMON RD. EAST OF KING ST. 21,000 20,000 19600 21 200 2095IS002 NORTHAMPTON DAMON RD. NORTH OF RTE. 9 16 957 17,000 16,500 S002 WEST OF NORTH ELM ST. -.~,,·. 6 200 2089 NORTHAMPTON ELM ST. 6400 4 000 7 300 2089 S004 NORTHAMPTON FLORENCE RD. NORTH OF BURTS PIT RD. 5600 S005 NORTHAMPTON FLORENCE RD. SOUTH OF BURTS PIT RD. 6 900 8006 NORTHAMPTON FLORENCE RD. SOUTH OF RYAN RD. 4 300 2087 NORTHAMPTON FLORENCE ST. SOUTH OF SPRING ST. 11 000 8,800 9,100 9,400 9100 2087 2086 NORTHAMPTON FLORENCE ST. WEST OF RTE.9 4619 4 900 3 900 3,900 2 900 2086 S004 NORTHAMPTON HATFIELD ST. EAST OF NORTH ELM ST. 4,300 8004 S002 NORTHAMPTON HATFIELD ST WEST OF NORTH ELM ST. 3,400 S002 2096 NORTHAMPTON MAIN ST. WEST OF CENTER ST. 22 051 18 000 23 000 17,700 17 900 2096 S001 NORTHAMPTON NORTH ELM ST. NORTH OF HATFIELD ST. 1,600 S001 2090 NORTHAMPTON NORTH ELM ST. SOUTH OF BRIDGE RD. n~l• 1 500 1 300 1,700 1,500 2090 SOD? NORTHAMPTON NORTH ST. EAST OF RTE.5 6,500 SOO? 2220 NORTHAMPTON PROSPECT ST. WEST OF STATE ST. 1 200 1 300 1 200 2220 S012 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 5 AT EASTHAMPTON TL. 9,200 8012 2098 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 5 NORTH OF DYKE RD. 17 000 16,000 18 000 21,600 19,400 2098 S010 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 5 NORTH OF KING ST. 20,000 S010 SODS NORTHAMPTON RTE. 5 NORTH OF RTE.I-91 RAMP 9,300 SODS 2092 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 5 SOUTH OF BARRED ST. 21 000 22 000 22 800 2092 8011 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 5 SOUTH OF NORTH ST. 14 BOO S011 S004 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 5 SOUTH OF RTE.I-91 RAMP 14 000 S004 0011 NORTHAMPTON RTE.5&10 0.8 km SOUTH OF HATFIELD T.L. 10 447 10110 10334 12 027 10,684 11 039 10 852 11 003 11 083 10,765 0011 S001 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 9 EAST OF DAMON RD. 33,674 S001 2211 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 9 SOUTH OF WILLIAMSBURG T.L. 9 719 9 000 11,000 10000 2211 0011 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 10 & 5 0.8 km SOUTH OF HATFIELD T.L. 10447 10 110 10 334 12 027 10 684 11 039 10,852 11 003 11 083 10,765 0011 2088 NORTHAMPTON RTE. 66 WEST OF GROVE ST. .lj.. "1,/, 3 600 3 200 4,300 2088 2425 NORTHAMPTON RTE.I-91 BTWN. RTE.9 & DAMON RD. 20158 20000 19,000 22,000 26 532 27,060 28,488 2425 2436 NORTHAMPTON RTE.I- 91 BTWN. RTES.5 & 9 30 000 33 000 34 000 41 853 44 838 46,437 2436 2405 NORTHAMPTON RTE.I-91 NORTH OF KING ST. INTERCHANGE 22 912 25 000 32 200 33615 33 719 34 926 2405 S002 NORTHAMPTON RYAN RD. WEST OF FLORENCE RD. 5,800 2085 NORTHAMPTON SPRING ST. SOUTH OF ARCH ST. 1 300 1.700 1,500 2085 2219 NORTHAMPTON STATE ST. NORTH OF PROSPECT ST. 6 800 5,000 7 900 9400 8 700 2219 S009 NORTHAMPTON SUMMER ST. (ONE-WAY]_ WEST OF KING ST. 2,200 5009 soo8~ t-JORIJj,A,MPTQIL ~~- _jAIQQDMON_T_RIL__~ -~~~-~ NORTfiQF]JQ8TH §L_~---------~ ~ -~· ~ 200 soo8 SECTION Ill PAGE 1 of 1 CITY/TOWN
  • 86. I I I • - - • - TRAFFIC COUNTS NOT USED IN NETWORKS •& -
  • 87. I Bruce Campbell & Associates, Inc.City/Town: Northampton, MA Traffic Volume SummaryJob No.: 1136 Route 66/West Farm Road/Glendale RoadCount Date: 4/18/01 Total Vehicles (Passenger Car &H.V.)File: 0 MAJOR- 1 MINOR- 1 MAJOR- 2 MINOR- 2 ROUTE 66-EB ROUTE 66 WB GLENDALE NB --r.-;W7.:E~s==T~F:-::A~R-=-M~::-:R::-::D==-=ss=-------,------ Time L T R L T R L T R L T R 0 End 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 I Total Tota14 06: 15 AM 0 0 0 0 0 --- 0 0 0 -- o· 0 0 0 0 0 06:30AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06:45 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 07:00AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6:00-7:00 AM 07:15AM 4 17 0 2 5 0 0 8 4 2 3 1 0 47 47 6:15-7:15 AM 07:30AM 8 24 1 5 9 2 0 8 2 2 10 2 0 72 119 6:30-7:30 AM 07:45AM 15 35 2 2 2 3 1 9 9 4 16 3 0 102 221 6:45-7:45 AM 08:00AM 6 41 2 9 4 6 1 13 12 3 25 6 0 129 349 7:00-8:00 AM 08:15AM 4 29 0 4 2 2 0 11 8 3 13 6 0 83 385 7:15-8:15 AM 08:30AM 4 21 1 4 9 1 0 17 9 2 9 4 0 81 394 1* 7:30-8:30 AM 08:45AM 4 21 2 5 14 4 0 3 9 4 11 2 0 80 373 7:45-8:45 AM 09:00 AM 4 26 1 1 10 4 0 6 6 1 6 2 0 69 313 8:00-9:00 AM 09:15 AM 8 45 3 2 17 8 0 12 10 4 15 2 0 125 356 8:15-9:15 AM 09:30 AM 2 11 2 1 8 1 0 10 3 3 13 2 0 56 330 8:30-9:30 AM 09:45AM 4 17 2 0 9 4 0 10 2 1 12 3 0 64 314 8:45-9:45 AM 10:00 AM 5 10 0 2 6 3 0 15 4 0 10 0 0 56 --l 301 9:00-10:00 Ar&JQl~1iMfigytf:<:}~;.:%:±i·J:;$tJS~;$m:y~~M::::~/:i:::.::Jif~"l~~R:Jif®1:R~tiiri0X~i?I~~~Hifffft:r--· ROUTE 66 EB ROUTE 66 WB GLENDALE NB WEST FARM RD SB T~L ~L ~~1LO_~ R L 1 2 3 4 T 5 6 7 T 8 12 13 Total Volume 30 126 5-· 19 17 13__ 2 - 49 36 13 62 20 0 394 -- ERR ----- GLENOLD.WK4
  • 88. Bruce Campbell & Associates, Inc.City/Town: Northampton, MA Traffic Volume SummaryJob No.: 1136 Route 66/West Farm Road/Glendale RoadCount Date: 4/18/01 Passenger Cars OnlyFile: 0 ROUTE 66 EB ROUTE 66 WB GLENDALE NB WEST FARM RD SB --·-··- Time I L T R L T R L T R L T Rf=- End _____:!____ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 -~-0- 11 12 13 I Total T_gtal4 06:15 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06:30AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06:45 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 07:00AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0I 0 6:00-7:00 AM 07:15AM 4 17 0 2 5 0 0 4 2 2 1 0 46 46 6:15-7:15 AM 07:30AM 6 23 1 5 6 2 0 2 2 10 2 0 66 113 6:30-7:30 AM 07:45AM 15 35 2 2 2 3 1 9 4 16 2 0 101 213 6:45-7:45 AM 08:00AM 6 41 2 5 4 5 1 12 3 23 4 0 120 333 7:00-8:00 AM 08:15AM 4 29 0 4 2 2 0 6 3 12 6 0 77 364 7:15-8:15 AM 08:30AM 4 21 1 3 9 1 0 9 2 9 4 0 80 378 *1 7:30-8:30 AM 08:45 AM 4 21 2 5 13 4 0 8 4 9 2 0 76 354 7:45-8:45 AM 09:00 AM 4 26 1 1 10 4 0 6 1 4 2 0 64 298 8:00-9:00 AM 09:15AM 6 45 3 2 17 8 0 10 4 15 2 0 122 343 8:15-9:15 AM 09:30 AM 2 10 2 1 6 1 0 13 2 0 53 315 8:30-9:30 AM 09:45AM 4 17 0 9 4 0 10 3 0 62 301 8:45-9:45 AM 10:00 AM 4 9 1 3 1 289 9:00-10:00 A~M?Bl~~illti!):r8708:Es7:;$0A&t$o!ANF%·it::c:%;SYi;s®1¥#$)JB#~@ffi@mf.®.ttit:i;ij(!;:T)@i:?/7Jfi"tfgJ£i _____________--l ROUTE 66 EB ROUTE 66 WB GLENDALE NB WEST FARM RD SB L 1 T 2 R L T ~L T R L T R 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Total Volume 30 126 5 15 17 12 --- 2 46 35 13 59 17 0 378 GLENOLD.WK4 I I I I I - I I---
  • 89. I J Bruce Campbell & Associates, Inc.City/Town: Northampton, MA Traffic Volume SummaryJob No.: 1136 Route 66/West Farm Road/Glendale RoadCount Date: 4/18/01 Heavy Vehicles OnlyFile: 0 ROUTE 66 EB ROUTE 66 WB GLENDALE NB WEST FARMRD SB Time I L T R L T R L T R L T R o End 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Total Total4 06: 15 AM 0 -0-- 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 06:30 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06:45AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 07:00AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6:00-7:00 AM 07:15AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 6:15-7:15 AM 07:30AM 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 6:30-7:30 AM 07:45 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 8 6:45-7:45 AM 08:00AM 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 9 16 7:00-8:00 AM 08:15 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 5 20 1* 7:15-8:15 AM 08:30AM 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 16 7:30-8:30 AM 08:45AM 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 4 19 7:45-8:45 AM 09:00AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 4 15 8:00-9:00 AM 09:15AM 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 13 8:15-9:15 AM 09:30AM 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 15 8:30-9:30 AM 09:45 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 13 8:45-9:45 AM 0 1 0 0 0 3 121 9:00-10:00 A --------·~el~klfi9:4ff0s;B~5~T1$;;AM::J:)!:/I%I0%~~1lft~ifi~f:llti~$f%08?si::?S>~;~t1,!~______ ROUTE 66 EB ROUTE 66 WB GLENDALE NB WEST FARM RD SB Volume ~~ 1 T -~ 1 R 3 0 I L 4 3 T 5 2 R 6 1 I L 7 0 T 8 4 R 9 I L - 10 T 11 R 12 13 I Total I 1 0 3 3 0 20 GLENOLD.WK4
  • 90. Bruce Campbell & Associates, Inc. City/Town: Northampton, MA Traffic Volume Summary Job No.: 1136 Glendale Road/Landfill Entrance Count Date: 4/18/01 Total Vehicles (Passenger Car &H.V.) File: 0 MAJOR -1 MINOR -1 · - - - - - MAJOR- 2 MINOR- 2-- LANDFILL WB GLENDALE NB GLENDALE SB 0 Time End L 1 T 2 R 3 L 4 T 5 R 6 L 7 T 8 R 9 left "" right in left out right ou 10 11 12 13 Total l I Total4 -- . 0~ 06:15AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06:30AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06:45AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 07:00AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6:00-7:00 A 07:15AM 5 0 0 1 0 17 0 2 26 0 0 0 0 0 46 46 6:15-7:15 A 07:30AM 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 23 69 6:30-7:30 A 07:45AM e-. 0 0 2 0 17 1 2 20 0 0 0 0 0 43 111 6:45-7:45 A 08:00AM 1 0 0 0 20 1 2 24 0 0 0 0 0 48 160 7:00-8:00 A 08:15AM 2 0 2 0 12 1 3 11 0 0 0 0 0 31 145 7:15-8:15 AI 08:30AM 5 0 8 0 17 0 5 14 0 0 0 0 0 49 171 * 7:30-8:30 A 08:45AM 2 0 4 0 9 01 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 30 159 7:45-8:45 A 09:00AM 0 0 0 0 10 01 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 18 129 8:00-9:00 A 09:15AM 0 0 3 0 9 0 4 10 0 0 0 0 0 26 123 1 8:15-9:15 A 09:30AM 1 0 5 0 5 0 4 15 0 0 0 0 0 31 105 8:30-9:30 A 09:45AM 0 0 3 0 6 2 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 19 94 8:45-9:45 A 10:00 AM 0 0 2 0 10 0 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 23 99 9:00-10:00l= .· . 0 · ....· 0 > <0 - Qi< --··- 0 ··. .•.• 135 .· .•. 6 0 . ·. 387 ~ot81 I 1.3 0 31 < 28 174 --llM Peak Hour: ----T30-8:30AM Oyerc:lll Peak HourFactor O.ST~-·-·--··--- . ... l LANDFILL WB GLENDALE NB GLENDALE SB 0 ~ ~ 3i L T L T R Volume --H 2 T ERR 3 R I 4 0 5 66 7 13 8 69 9 t I 10 0 11 0 12 0 13 0 Total 171 GLEN.WK4 I I I I I I I---
  • 91. i Bruce Campbell & Associates, Inc.City/Town: Northampton, MA Traffic Volume SummaryJob No.: 1136 Glendale Road/Landfill EntranceCount Date: 4/18/01 Passenger Cars OnlyFile: 0 --- LANDFILL WB GLENDALE NB GLENDALE SB 0 Time L T R L T R L T R left in right in left out right ou End I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Total II Total4 06:15AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06:30AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06:45AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 07:00AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6:00-7:00 A 07:15AM 0 0 0 0 14 0 2 26 0 0 0 0 0 42 42 6:15-7:15 A 07:30AM 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 20 62 6:30-7:30 A 07:45AM 0 0 1 0 17 0 1 19 0 0 0 0 0 39 101 6:45-7:45 A 08:00AM 1 0 0 0 20 1 1 24 0 0 0 0 0 47 148 7:00-8:00 A 08:15AM 0 0 2 0 12 0 2 11 0 0 0 0 0 27 133 7:15-8:15 A 08:30AM 3 0 3 0 16 0 4 13 0 0 0 0 0 40 152 * 7:30-8:30 A 08:45AM 0 0 3 0 9 0 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 27 140 7:45-8:45 A 09:00AM 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 18 111 8:00-9:00 A 09:15AM 0 0 2 0 9 0 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 24 108 8:15-9:15 A 09:30AM 1 0 4 0 5 0 3 15 0 0 0 0 0 29 98 8:30-9:30 A 09:45AM 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 14 85 8:45-9:45 A 10:00 AM 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 19 86 9:00-10:00 Total .•.•.•...•...• 5 -----IAt~-·fPeakHour: ___7:30·8:30AM .overaiJP~akHourfactor ·"--·· io,&L LANDFILL WB GLENDALE NB GLENDALE SB 0 ~ 61 ~ 1j rss~~ L T L T L Volume I 1 4 2 0 4 0 5 65 7 9 11 0 12 0 13 ol Total 1.52 GLEN.WK4
  • 92. Bruce Campbell & Associates, Inc.City/Town: Northampton, MA Traffic Volume SummaryJobNo.: 1136 Glendale Road/Landfill EntranceCount Date: 4/18/01 Heavy Vehicles OnlyFile: 0 ·- ---- ~-- --·- LANDFILL WB GLENDALE NB GLENDALE SB 0 Time L T R L T R L T R left in right in left out right ou End 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Total Total4r==o ~·~AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 b 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 0 6:00-7:00 A AM 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oj 4 4 6:15-7:15 A AM 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 6:30-7:30 A AM 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 11 6:45-7:45 A AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 7:00-8:00 A AM 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 12 7:15-8:15 A AM 2 0 4 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 19 * 7:30-8:30 A AM 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 18 7:45-8:45 A AM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 8:00-9:00 A AM 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 15 8:15-9:15 A AM 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 8:30-9:30 A ll AM 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 10 8:45-9:45 A AM - . 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 ·- 0 0 0 3 13 9:00-10:00 ~ 8 0 ~- 14 0 4 5 9< 2 0 0 0 ·. 0 .·42 -----------rt.:tvfreakHour: 7:30•8:30 AM Overall Peak Hour Factor "~~~~-~- --- - LANDFILL WB GLENDALE NB GLENDALE SB 0 L T R I L T R I L T ·----:=-R----; ~~1- 2 3 . 4 5 6 . 7 8 9 10 --- 11 12 13 Total Volume 4 0 5 0 1 2 4 · - - - - -0 2 0 0 0 0 19 ! L_ GLEN.WK4 I I I I I
  • 93. Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : LFENTR-2 Site Code : 15200101 Start Date : 11/15/2001 Page No 1 [_--, Glendale Southbound ~tart Time I i I Thr 1 Rig Ped Int. I Left Ped Left Left J u: ht s, u Si Total! - Factor I 1.o I 1.0 1 1.0 1.0 I 1.0 1.0 1.0! 1.0 ~ 02:00PM 2 20 0 o: 1 0 o: 0 01 33 ~I 02:15PM 5 16 0 Oi 0 0 0 42 02:30PM 02:45PM 4 9 15 11 0 0 oi ol 2 1 0 0 g 0 0 48 53 Total 20 62 0 0 4 0 o, 0 .176 ~I 03:00PM 4 6 0 0 0 4 0 0 14 0 Oj 0 0 0 OiI 28 03:15PM 4 9 0 1 0 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0! 24 ol o! 03:30PM 03:45PM 7 5 21 12 0 0 oi 0 2 0 0 6 8 0 0 0 0 21 22 0 0 gj 0 0 0 0 0 0 ol 55 49 Total 20 48 0 0! 3 0 19 0 0 66 0 O! 0 0 0 oj 156 Oi 04:00PM 04:15PM 0 0 25 22 0 0 o! 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 12 25 1 0 ol 0 0 0 0 0 0 gl 45 47 ~I 04:30PM 0 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0I 49 04:45PM 0 22 0 gJ 0 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 0 0 0; 50 Total 0 98 0 ol 2 0 5 0 0 85 1 o! 0 0 0 Oi 191 Grand oi 40 208 0 9 0 47 0 0 213 6 0 0 0 0 0 523 Total Apprch% 16.1 83 9 0.0 0.0; 16.1 0.0 83.9 0.0 0.0 97.3 2.7 0.0 00 0.0 0.0 0.0 Total% 7.6 39.8 0.0 0.0! 1.7 0.0 9.0 0.0 0.0 40.7 1.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0- I Start 1 lef Time I t Glendale Southbound i Th · Ri ru : ght I Pe I ; i i App I . Lef Ri: Pel ds Tot~ I t LF Entrance/Exit Westbound Th ru ght I ds J Tota Lef t i 1 i App ! Glendale Northbound I . Th R1 Pe j rught dsiTotal i i i Eastbound tj ru[ght ds:Total 0 t i : App. I Lef li Th I R1. !! Pe • App. Ii Tlnt. l ~~ 1 i I 1 : : I : I I Peak Hour From 02:00 PM to 04:45 PM - Peak 1 of 1 lntersec 03:30PM tion I Volume 12 80 0 0 92 4 0 19 0 23 1 0 80 0 81 0 0 0 0 0 196 13. 87. 17. 82. 98. Percent 0 0.0 00 4 00 6 0.0 1 o.o 8 1.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 03:30 7 21 0 0 28 0 0 6 0 6 0 21 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 55 Volume Peak 0.891 Factor High Int. 03:30PM 03:45PM I 04:15PM 1:45:00 PM Volume 7 21 0 0 28! 2 0 8 0 10 0 25 0 0 25 Peak 0.82 i 0.57 0.81 Factor 1i 5 0
  • 94. I Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street I Boston MA 02111 File Name : LFENTR-2 I-·----·· Grou[Js Printed- Heavy Vehicles LF Entrance/Exit Westbound I Ped j Left Thr; Rig Ped l I Glendale Northbound Site Code : 15200101 Start Date : 11/15/2001 Page No 1 Eastbound - • g!11t Thr Rig Ped i Left Thr j Rig Ped! sl Left:I ui ht 1 u Si U; ht sI u; ht I 1.0! 1.0 !1.QT 1.0 i 1.0 1.o I 1.0 I 1.0 I 1 0 Ol 0 0 2 o! 0 0 : :r:l 4 - ~I 0 0 0 1 of 0 1 0 o, 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 Oj 0 0 0 OJ 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 Oi 0 1 o oI o o o o 4 0 0 1 0 5 Oj 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 03:00PM 03:15PM 0 1 0 1 0 0 Ol ol 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 ol o/ 0 0 0 0 0 0 O! Oi 0 6 • 03:30PM 0 1 0 oi 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 O 0 0 0 O 4 03:45PM 0 0 0 oj 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 ol 0 0 0 ol 2 Total 1 2 0 O! 1 0 3 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 04:00PM 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Oi 0 0 0 olI 2 04:15PM 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ol 0 0 0 Oi 2 04:30PM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 oi 0 04:45PM 0 0 0 0· 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 ol 0 0 0 oi 2 Total 0 2 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0[ 6 Grand Total 9 4 0 o: 2 0 8 0 0 10 ol 0 0 0 0 34 Apprch% 69.2 30.8 0.0 0.0. 20.0 00 80.0 0.0 0.0 90.9 9.1 0.0 i 0.0 00 0.0 0.0 Total% 26.5 11.8 0.0 0.0 l 5.9 0.0 23.5 0.0 0.0 29.4 2.9 0.0 l 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 I Glendale LF Entrance/Exit Glendale !I I Southbound I Westbound I Northbound I Eastbound App : • I I App 1 App i I App Int. i Start Lef Time t Th ru Ri Pe ght . " Th R! Pe ds Tota j t 1 ru ! ght ds Tot~ Lef Th I I . I Ri i Pe t ru ght ds ! . Lef Th I Ri Pe 1 I t ru I ght I ds Tota Tota Tot~I IiPeak Hour From 02.00 PM to 04.45 PM - Peak 1 of 1 1 I I lntersec 02:00PM tion Volume 8 0 0 0 8 1 0 5 0 6 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 16 10 16. 83. 10 Percent 0.0 00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7 3 0.0 02:45 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Volume Peak 1.000 Factor High Int. 02:45PM 0230 PM 0215 PM 1:45:00 PM Volume Peak Factor 3 0 0 0 3 0.66 7 1 0 2 0 3 0.50 0 0 1 0 0 1 0.50 0 - - -
  • 95. Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : LFENTR-2 Site Code : 15200101 Start Date : 11/15/2001 Page No :2; _j! Glendale LF Entrance/Exit Glendale I i Southbound Westbound Northbound Eastbound 1r-- i 1- i i I i App I i App ! I l App App ~ lnt.l Start II Lef i Th ~ Ri I Pe i Lef Th Ri Pe . Lef Th : Ri I Pe Lef Thi ght f Ri Pe · Tota i Time t i ru : ght ds J Tot~ t ru I ght ds Tot~ j t I ru ght I ds Tota 1 t ru ds T t 0 ~ lj 1 1 I iPeak Hour From 02:00PM to 04:45PM- Peak 1 of 1 lntersec 03:30PM tion Volume 12 83 0 0 95 5 0 21 0 26 0 84 0 85 0 0 0 0 0 206 12. 87. 19. 80. 98. Percent 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6 4 2 8 8 03:30 7 22 0 0 29 0 7 0 8 0 22 0 0 22 0 0 0 0 0 59 Volume Peak 0.873 Factor High Int. 03:30PM 03:45PM 04:15PM 1:45:00 PM Volume 7 22 0 0 29 2 0 9 0 11 : 0 26 0 0 26 Peak 0.81 0.59 0.81 i Factor 9 1! 7 Glendale Out In Total 1 105j ~ c::1QQ] I I o! Rightol 831 Thru 121 Left Peds i ~J I ... ~~ i North 11/15/01 3:30:00 PM ! 11/15/01 4:15:00 PM I 1Cars IHeavy Vehicles 1~-----·-·---- ~l i -+ s=m ! : Left Thru Right Peds ol 84! i 881 : 851 i----:r73l Out In . Total Glendale
  • 96. I Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. I 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : LFENTR-2 I - Site Code : 15200101 Start Date : 11/15/2001 Page No : 1 I I Glendale I Southbound Groups Printed- Cars - Heavy Vehicles LF Entrance/Exit Westbound Glendale Northbound Eastbound •Start Time I Left i ui R~~ I Pe~ I Thr! Left Thr I I Rig Ped Left I Thr I Rig Ped L ft i Thr! Rig! J Ped!~ u i ht s u ht -~ ~ul ht s I Total Factor I 1.0 I 1.0 I 1 oI 1.0 I 1.0 1.0; 1.0 I 1.0 1 o I 1.01 1011.0 1-·1.0! 1.01 1.0 i 1.0 i02:00PM02:15PM02:30PM02:45PM 4 7 5 12 20 16 15 11 0 0 0 0 Of 1 0 o! 3 OJ 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 8 6 Qi 0 O 0 0 0 0 4 15 21 ol 24 0 3 1 1 0. 0! o;I 0 Oi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 o: OiI 0! 37 46 52 57 - Total 28 62 0 Ol 5 0 28 ol 0 64 5 ol 0 0 0 Ol 19203:00PM 4 6 0 o: I 0 0 4 Q! 0 14 0 oj 0 0 0 oj Qi 28 •03:15PM 5 10 0 0 1 0 2 oJ 0 11 1 Oi 0 0 0 3003:30PM 7 22 0 oiI 1 0 7 OJ 0 22 0 ol 0 0 0 0 5903:45PM 5 12 0 o: 2 0 9 0: 0 23 0 o! 0 0 0 0 51 Total 21 50 0 0! 4 0 22 o: 0 70 1 Oi 0 0 0 0 168 o: ~I04:00PM 0 26 0 2 0 5 0 13 1 Ol 0 0 0 0 47 ~I04:15PM 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 26 0 ol 0 0 0 0 4904:30PM 0 29 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 oJ 0 0 0 0 4904:45PM 0 22 0 0 0 0 Oi 0 30 0 0; 0 0 0 0 52 Total 0 100 0 ol 2 0 5 0: 0 89 1 Q! 0 0 0 0 197 Grand 49 212 0 0 11 0 55 0: 0 223 7 0 0 0 0 0 557 TotalApprch% 18.8 81.2 0.0 0.0 16.7 0.0 83.3 0.0 0.0 97.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Total% 8.8 38.1 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 9.9 0.0 0.0 40.0 1.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 00 0.0 - - -
  • 97. Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : ROUTE6-2 Site Code :00000000 Start Date : 11/15/2001 Page No :2I i W. Farms Road Southbound I I Route 66 Westbound j Glendale Northbound ! i ; Route 66 Eastbound II i I I App I ·I I App [ ! . ! I App I I : ITot~ II "!!i--- Start Lef Th Time 1 I t ru t ght ds Tota I lef Th tPeak Hour From 02:00 PM to 04:45 PM - Peak 1 of 1 lntersec R1 . ru , ght ds Tot~ I Pe I . : lef j t ru Th l R1 : Pe I . , lef I ght I ds Tot~ j t Th R1 : Pe ru ght / ds 1 App ; Tota . 1 J 03:30PM tion Volume 13 76 39 0 128 23 96 10 130 6 65 25 0 96 24 79 7 0 110 464 10. 59. 30. 17. 73. 67. 26. 21. 71. Percent 00 7.7 0.8 6.3 0.0 6.4 0.0 2 4 5 7 8 7 0 8 8 04:15 3 23 15 0 41 5 32 3 0 40 14 8 0 23 7 19 0 0 26 130 Volume Peak 0.892 Factor High Int. 04:15PM 04:15PM 03:30PM 03:45PM Volume 3 23 15 0 41 5 32 3 0 40 2 17 7 0 26 6 28 4 0 38 Peak 0.78 0.81 0.92 0.72 Factor 0 3 3 4 391 761 131 oj Right Thru Left Peds ~J l 4 I i North 11/15/01 3:30:00 PM 11/15/01 4:15:00 PM Cars :Heal!) Vehicles I ! i ~- Left i ,-• Thru Right Peds 6i 65! 25 1 oj ! 106 . 96i 2@ Out In Total Glendale
  • 98. I Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. I 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : ROUTE6-2 Site Code : 00000000 I Start Date 11/15/2001 Page No : 1 -Start Time Pe~ I Left I Thr i U i I Factor 1.0 Toi1.0!02:00PM 0 4 1102:15PM 1 7 1302:30PM02:45PM Total 0 0 1 I 9 7 27 12 14 50 o: ol 0! Oi -03:00PM 5 9 9 ol 2 16 8 0 1 13 4 Oj 6 17 0 0! 90 •03:15PM 8 12 8 ol 3 20 3 0 0 9 6 0· 8 13 1 0 9103:30PM 3 22 7 Ol 10 13 2 0 2 17 7 o! 7 18 1 0 10903:45PM 3 15 6 ol 4 30 4 1 1 16 7 o: 6 28 4 0 125 Total 19 58 30 Oi 19 79 17 1 4 55 24 Di 27 76 6 ol 41504:00PM 4 16 11 01 4 21 1 0 2 18 3 0 4 14 2 0 100 ~I04:15PM 3 23 15 5 32 3 0 1 14 8 0 7 19 0 0 13004:30PM 3 21 10 11 14 2 0 2 14 8 0 4 10 1 0 10004:45PM 8 23 8 5 25 1 0 1 18 8 0 12 11 1 0 121 Total 18 83 44 ol 25 92 7 0 6 64 27 0 27 54 4 0 451 Grand 54 201 103 71 221 39 17 181 75 0 78 194 15 0 1251 TotalApprch% 15.0 56.0 28.7 0.3 21.4 66.6 11.7 0.3 6.2 66.3 27.5 0.0 27.2 67.6 5.2 0.0 Total% 4.3 16.1 8.2 0.1 5.7 17.7 3.1 0.1 1.4 14.5 6.0 0.0 6.2 15.5 1.2 00 - -
  • 99. Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : ROUTE6-2 Site Code : 00000000 Start Date : 11/15/2001 Page No :1 ~I W. Farms Road Southbound I ~TimeI Left i Thr Rig I Ped i Left I Ped I Int. i : u! ht I si I u: sl Total i Factor i 1.0 1.0 I 1.0 I 1.0 I 1.0! 1.0! 1.0 02:00PM 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 02:15PM 0 2 1 0 0 0 o, 9 02:30PM 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 02:45PM 1 0 1 0 1 0 o: 5 Total 4 4 3 2ol 0 0/ 27 Oi 01 ~I 03:00PM 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oi 0 1 0 2 03:15PM 0 1 0 Oi 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 oj 1 2 1 9 03:30PM 0 2 1 o! 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 01 1 0 0 01 7 03:45PM 0 0 0 ol 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 ol 0 0 0 0, 2 Total 1 3 1 oj 1 1 0 ol 1 4 2 o; 2 3 1 ol 20 o: ~I 04:00PM 1 1 0 0 0 1 I 0 0 0 Oi 1 0 0 Oi 4 04:15PM 0 0 0 0 0 0 01I 0 0 0 oi 0 0 0 o! 0 ·04:30PM 0 1 1 0 0 0 o: 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 ol 2 04:45PM 0 0 0 ol 0 0 0 O: 1 1 0 o! 0 0 0 o! 2 Total 1 2 1 o: 0 0 0 1 1 0 Oj 1 0 0 0: 8 Grand Total 6 9 5 0 3 5 0 2 9 3 0 4 7 ol 55 Apprch% 30.0 45.0 25.0 0.0 33.3 11.1 55.6 0.0 14.3 64.3 21.4 0.0 33.3 58.3 8.3 0.0 i Total% 10.9 16.4 9.1 0.0 5.5 1.8 9.1 0.0 3.6 16.4 5.5 0.0 7.3 12.7 1.8 0.0; W. Farms Road Route 66 Glendale Route 66• i I Southbound L Westbound Northbound Eastbound I I I I Th II R1 App i .: i i I App Lef Th Ri Pe 1 App ! I App Int. I I I g~~ l ~: Tot~ Start Lef Pe . l Lef Th Ri • Pe Lef Th . I Ttme I t I I ru , ght , ds Tota I t II ! ru , ght ! ds Tota i I I t ru i j I t ru ght ds Tot~ Tota, jl I I I Peak Hour From 02:00 PM to 04:45 PM - Peak 1 of 1 lntersec 02:00PM tion Volume 4 4 3 0 11 2 0 4 0 6 0 4 1 0 5 1 4 0 0 5 27 36. 36. 27. 33. 66. 80. 20. 20. 80. Percent 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4 4 3 3 7 0 0 0 0 02:15 0 2 0 3 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 9 Volume Peak 0.750 Factor High Int. 02:30PM 02:00PM I 02:00PM 02:15PM Volume 3 1 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 21 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 Peak Factor 0.68 8 o 7~ 0.62 5 I 0.62 5
  • 100. I Bruce Campbell & Associates Inc. I 38 Chauncy Street Boston MA 02111 File Name : ROUTE6-2 Site Code : 00000000 I~--· l W. Farms Road Southbound Grou[>s Printed- Cars Route 66 Westbound I Glendale Northbound Start Date 11/15/2001 Page No : 1 Route 66 Eastbound l - •I . Start Trme I Left Thr! Rig I Ped ul ht I s Left J Thr I R~~ ~ Ped j Left Thr U 1 . S, u I Rig ht I I Ped Left I Th~ s I Rig ht I JFi8clT I sI Int. i T otal i I1 Factor: 1.0 1.0 I 1.0 I 1.0 1.o 1 1.or 1.0: 1.0! 1.0 1 1.0 I 1.o I 1.o i 1.o I 1.0 l . 1.o 1 1.0 I ~ 02:00PM 02:15PM 02:30PM 02:45PM 3 3 4 3 17 15 12 12 6 9 5 6 0 1 0 0 4 7 8 6 11 13 12 14 3 1 3 4 0 Oi 2 13 01 0 0 3 2 19 18 8 10 1 6 6 or 0 0 0 12 1 4 6 18 19 7 16 2 1 0 2 o 01 1 Q I o 1 63 91 96 108 - Total 13 56 26 1 25 50 11 0 7 58 23 0 23 60 5 o 1 358 03:00PM 4 9 9 or I 2 16 8 0 1 13 4 o:I 6 16 0 0, 88 • ~I 03:15PM 8 11 8 3 19 3 0 0 8 4 7 11 0 o• 82 01 03:30PM 3 20 6 9 13 2 0 1 16 7 6 18 1 0 102 01 03:45PM 3 15 6 01 4 30 4 1 1 14 7 6 28 4 oi 123 Total 18 55 29 0! 18 78 17 1 3 51 22 ol 25 73 5 Oi 395 04:00PM 3 15 11 0 4 21 0 0 2 18 3 Q! 3 14 2 or 96 04:15PM 3 23 15 0 5 32 3 0 1 14 8 ol 7 19 0 oj 130 04:30PM 3 20 9 0 11 14 2 0 2 14 8 0 4 10 1 Of 98 04:45PM 8 23 8 0 5 25 1 0 0 17 8 0 12 11 1 O! 119 Total 17 81 43 0 !, 25 92 6 0 5 63 27 0 26 54 4 0 443 Grand I 48 192 98 68 220 34 15 172 72 0 74 187 14 o! 1196 Total Apprch% 14.2 56.6 28.9 0.3 21.1 68.1 10.5 0.3 5.8 66.4 27.8 0.01 26.9 68.0 5.1 oo: Total% 4.0 16.1 8.2 0.1 5.7 18.4 2.8 0.1 1.3 14.4 6.0 0.0 i 6.2 15.6 1.2 0.0. W. Farms Road Route 66 Glendale Route 66I i Southbound 1 Westbound Northbound Eastbound I ! ! "I Il ! App I App App I I i Th i Ri I Tot~ Le~ I ru j ghtI Start Lef i Th Ri Pe Lefl Th ; Ri Pe Lef Th Ri Pe I . Pe · . App I Tota : ·; ·I Time! t: ru ght: ds Tota ds ti ru ght Tota t ru ght ds ds i Tota 1i I 1I i I j I i Ii Peak Hour From 02:00PM to 0445 PM- Peak 1 of 1 lntersec 03:30PM