Paper | 2013

Public Information Meetings for Access Management

  • Authored by:  David Gwynn

David W. Gwynn, Jr., P.E.

TEI Engineers & Planners

Public Information Meetings for Access Management (Top Ten Complaints) pdf

There were several objectives of the project:

  1. To study several recently completed projects which significantly changed the location and frequency of median openings. The study was geared to determine what, if any, traffic operations improvements were attained by implementation of the project.
  2. To determine the opinions of several specific groups regarding these projects. These groups included the general motoring public, local business owners, and law enforcement agencies.
  3. To develop handouts and audio-visual aids to convey the purpose of the Department’s access management guidelines to the general public.
Public Involvement
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