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KIPDA Regional Freight Mobility Study

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During the National Regional Transportation Conference (June 2019, Columbus, OH), Randall Embry shared the Kentuckiana Planning and Development Agency's regional freight planning process and freight design guide.

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KIPDA Regional Freight Mobility Study

  1. 1. KIPDA Regional Freight Mobility Study NATIONAL REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION CONFERENCE JUNE 18, 2019
  2. 2. Kentucky Area Development Districts
  3. 3. 0.1 sq. mi. of Harrison County 4.0 sq. mi. of Shelby County Metropolitan Transportation Planning KIPDA Transportation Policy Committee and KIPDA Transportation Technical Committee - Jefferson County - Bullitt County - Oldham County - Clark County Floyd County
  4. 4. Rural Transportation Planning KIPDA Regional Transportation Council - Henry County - Shelby County - Spencer County - Trimble County
  5. 5. KIPDA Regional Freight Mobility Study  Completed & Approved by KIPDA Transportation Policy Committee in February 2019  Two documents  Data points available on Transportation Planning Portal
  6. 6. WHY FREIGHT?
  7. 7. Process • Freight Stakeholder Involvement • Listening Session • Individual Interviews • KIPDA Committee Involvement • Freight Study Group • Data Analysis • Performance-Based Planning “The I-264 westbound to I-65 southbound ramp is almost a hairpin.” “Previously drivers could regularly deliver two loads from Louisville to Cincinnati on a daily basis. The congestion in the Cincinnati metro area does not allow that anymore.” “The labor pool is ‘drying up’ in the region – low unemployment and wage competition are factors.” “Going I-65 southbound from Gene Snyder to the Brooks Exit is a rough stretch of road that causes wear and tear on vehicles and tires.” “Additional access to Outer Loop and the business park areas from off of a major road would be helpful.”
  8. 8. Freight Profile  Multimodal Freight System  Economic Impact  Goals and Performance Measures  KIPDA-developed  KYTC Major Freight Users Inventory for Kentucky  InfoUSA (2015) data for Indiana  5 or more facilities within 0.5 miles of each other Freight Clusters
  9. 9. Existing Freight System Conditions ► Freight System Flows ► Impedance Geodatabase Inside Freight/Shopping Cluster Outside Freight/Shopping Cluster On KIPDA Freight Network 1 2 On functionally classified network 2 3
  10. 10. System Conditions: Impediments BRIDGE CONDITION BRIDGE CLEARANCE (ROAD & RAILROAD) RAILROAD XING CAPACITY & SAFETY ROAD WEIGHT CLASS COMMERCIAL VEHICLE CRASH LOCATIONS DELAY AND TRUCK TRAVEL TIME RELIABILITY
  11. 11. Low Bridge Clearance at the University of Louisville
  12. 12. BRIDGE CLEARANCE (ROAD & RAILROAD) System Conditions: Impediments
  13. 13. COMMERCIAL VEHICLE CRASH LOCATIONS Freeway System Conditions: Impediments
  14. 14. TRUCK TRAVEL TIME RELIABILITY System Conditions: Impediments
  15. 15. Needs & Recommendations Safety Congestion & Reliability State of Good Repair Truck Parking Technology Resiliency & Security E-Commerce / Air Cargo Workforce Mobility Partnerships Livability Connecting Transportation & Land Use Freight Funding
  16. 16. Issue: Congestion & Reliability Congestion/reliability issues on surface street arterial network. Use Freight Impedance Geodatabase to prioritize projects for funding. Pursue low-cost/high-value projects over the short-term, while developing large long-term projects. ISSUE/NEED RECOMMENDATIONS
  17. 17. Freight Design Guide Urban Segment Suburban Segment Rural Segment
  18. 18. Freight Design Guide Design Considerations
  19. 19. Application of the Freight Study MTP Update Project Application KIPDA Online Resource Center Available on KIPDA Transportation Planning Portal
  20. 20. Available on KIPDA website http://kipda.org/Transportation/Freight.aspx Questions – Contact: Randall Embry, Regional Transportation Planner 502-266-6144 extension113–Phone randall.embry@ky.gov website: www.kipda.org KIPDA REGIONAL FREIGHT MOBILITY STUDY & FREIGHT DESIGN GUIDE

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