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Route 9W Corridor Management Plan
The Route 9W Corridor Management Plan is sponsored by the Ulster County Transportation Council (UCTC) in conjunction with the Towns of Marlborough and Lloyd and NYS Department of Transportation.
Planning Background and Process
In 2016, the Ulster County Transportation Council (UCTC) issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to develop a Corridor Management Plan (CMP) for the portion of Route 9W from the hamlet of Marlboro north to Blue Point Road. A Technical Advisory Committee consisting of representatives from the Town of Marlborough, Town of Lloyd, and New York State Department of Transportation was appointed by UCTC to work with the consulting team hired to prepare the plan. Consulting firms BFJ Planning and Susan G. Blickstein began work on the plan in the spring of 2017.
The purpose of the CMP is to develop short and long-range recommendations to improve vehicular and non-vehicular access, safety and mobility along the Route 9W corridor. The plan contains an examination of existing conditions, a corridor safety assessment, and an evaluation of future impacts of development proposals and land use policies. The concluding recommendations and implementation plan outline actions that should be taken to improve corridor access, operations, safety, and aesthetics and mitigate future impacts.
Click here for the Final Draft Report of the Route 9W Corridor Management Plan
Click here for Appendix E - Lane Configuration
Click here for Appendix F - Access Management Plan
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Click here to view meeting notes from the July 13, 2017 Technical Advisory Committee Meeting.
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