Interstate 64 traffic response assessment : staff summary.
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Interstate 64 traffic response assessment : staff summary.

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    An evaluation was conducted of the implemented mobility strategy on the New I-64

    construction project. This construction project will improve more than 10 miles of an

    urban Interstate that carries daily traffic volumes approaching 170,000 vehicles. During

    the regional traffic management planning process, moving of traffic onto adjacent

    arterials was recognized as a potential concern based on the full closure construction

    approach being used on this project. This evaluation was further augmented by

    evaluating the arterial service patrol (I-64 Traffic Response) deployed during the I-64

    major construction project to demonstrate the value of Traffic Incident Management

    (TIM) practices on major arterials.

    A high level evaluation of the I-64 Traffic Response (TR) Study was performed by

    examining representative arterial segments. TR is an arterial service patrol that travels

    and monitors major adjacent arterials near I-64 within the triangle area of I-70 (North) –

    I-44 (South) and Missouri Route 141 (West).

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