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  • MULTIMODAL CORRIDOR FEASIBILITY STUDY

    Public Meeting

  • Today’s Agenda

    • Brief presentation of key facts about the corridor and findings to date

    • Interactive station exercises

    • Informal discussion with staff

  • Why We Do Corridor Studies

    • Identify issues along the whole corridor

    • Existing and future conditions

    • Multimodal recommendations

    • Emphasis on both capacity and multimodal solutions

  • Today’s Workshop

    • What is the I-65 Multimodal Corridor Study?

    • What are the key

    issues and opportunities?

    • Where are we going

    from here? • Interactive exercises

  • Did You Know?

    650,000 people live within five miles of an I-65 interchange One in 10 Tennesseans

    763,000 vehicles travel I-65 every day.

    Over one million vehicles by 2040.

    Interstate 65 in Tennessee is over 120 miles in length, including 1,260 miles of freeway lanes and 40 interchanges.

  • Did You Know?

    650,000 people live within five miles of an I-65 interchange One in 10 Tennesseans

    763,000 vehicles travel I-65 every day.

    Over one million vehicles by 2040.

  • Did You Know?

    650,000 people live within five miles of an I-65 interchange One in 10 Tennesseans

    One Million by 2040

  • Did You Know?

    One Million by 2040

    41,000 trucks use I-65 each day Up to 127,000 tons of freight

  • Did You Know?

    One Million by 2040

    4.6 million by 2040

    2.5 million daily trips within two miles of I-65

  • Findings to Date

  • 2010 Congestion

    2010 Volume to Capacity Ratio

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    0.5 to 0.75

    0.75 to 1.0

    1.0 to 1.25

    1.25 or greater Source: Statewide Travel Demand Model

  • 2040 Congestion

    2040 Volume to Capacity Ratio

    0.5 or less

    0.5 to 0.75

    0.75 to 1.0

    1.0 to 1.25

    1.25 or greater Source: Statewide Travel Demand Model

  • Downtown Nashville

    25-30 minutes today 55-60 minutes in 2040

    Source: Statewide Travel Demand Model

    Franklin/ Cool Springs

  • Hendersonville

    Downtown Nashville

    20-25 minutes today 30-35 minutes in 2040

    Source: Statewide Travel Demand Model

  • Downtown Nashville

    40-45 minutes today 45-50 minutes in 2040

    Source: Statewide Travel Demand Model

    Portland

  • Spring Hill

    Franklin/ Cool Springs

    20-25 minutes today 35-40 minutes in 2040

    Source: Statewide Travel Demand Model

  • Reverse Commute Trip

    12,350 cars

    15,250 cars 45%

    55%

    Typical afternoon rush hour on I-65 (4 to 6 PM)

    Source: TDOT Traffic Counts

  • Reverse Commute Trip

    Daily Commute

    Source: US Census 2009-13 American Community Survey

    27,000 commuters

    28,000 commuters

  • Additional Options?

  • Roads are Expensive

    645.8 lane miles * $250,000 per lane mile = $161 million

    Resurface every 10 years = $402 million

    Resurface every 7 years = $575 million

  • Summary of Issues, Opportunities & Challenges

    North • Truck traffic/freight

    movement • Continuity with I-65 widening

    in Kentucky • North Gateway at SR 109 in

    Portland

    Middle • Significant population and

    employment growth • Growing commute times,

    capacity constraints and spillover

    • Long-term transit solution • Growing reverse commute • Freight diversion (Radnor

    Yard)

    South • Economic development and

    job access • Growth in Spring Hill

  • • Ensure safety • Provide mobility • Support economic growth • Accommodate growing demand

    How will we…

  • Corridor of the Future

    CORRIDOR STUDY

  • “Smart” Corridor

    SmartWay Traffic Management Center

    ITS International

  • Transportation Demand Management

    Carpools and vanpools Flexible work hours

    Work from home

  • What Capacity Problem?

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    10,000

    12,000

    14,000

    16,000

    18,000

    Hourly Volumes on I-65

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    icl es

    Time of Day

    Hourly capacity (15,000)

    Plenty of capacity

    here...

    …and here… …and here.

  • Transit Expansion

  • • LRT on Gallatin Pike to Hendersonville • BRT on I-65 to Goodlettesville • Express bus on I-65 to White House • BRT on Dickerson Pike

    • BRT on I-65 to Franklin • Express bus on I-65 to Columbia • LRT on Nolensville Road • Regional rapid bus to Nolensville

  • System Inventory and Data Collection

    Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3

    2016 2017

    Trend Scenario

    Multimodal Alternatives

    Project Priorities

    Public and Stakeholder Outreach

    October 2016 March 2017

  • Interactive Session

  • Thank You!

    http://www.tn.gov/tdot/article/i65study

    Public Meeting Today’s Agenda Why We Do Corridor Studies Today’s Workshop Did You Know? Did You Know? Did You Know? Did You Know? Did You Know? Findings to Date 2010 Congestion 2040 Congestion Slide Number 13 Slide Number 14 Slide Number 15 Slide Number 16 Reverse Commute Trip Reverse Commute Trip Additional Options? Roads are Expensive Summary of Issues, Opportunities & Challenges Slide Number 22 Slide Number 23 “Smart” Corridor Transportation Demand Management What Capacity Problem? Transit Expansion Slide Number 28 Interactive Session Thank You!��http://www.tn.gov/tdot/article/i65study