Transportation Planning is an important function in evaluating, analyzing, and guiding transportation projects in our Region. Through the coordinated study of the numerous transportation modes such as, roadways, transit systems, and bicycle and pedestrian options, transportation planning supports efforts that ensure viable transportation options are considered and made available to our communities.
Below is a list of transportation active and completed transportation studies from Region 2000. If you need further information regarding any of these titles, please contact us.
Rt 811 Corridor Study
The Route 811 (Thomas Jefferson Road) corridor serves as an important commuter route connecting US 460 and Forest Road, a collector route for adjacent neighborhoods, and a local access road to homes, County recreation fields, and a school, among other uses. Over the past years, traffic volumes have increased resulting in congestion in peak travel periods and concerns about safety and lack of multi-modal access.
A study is being conducted to examine travel conditions between Turkey Foot Road and Forest Road. The study period is September 2015 through May 2016. Please visit the Route 811 Project Website for maps of the study area and other relevant information.
Rt 29 Corridor PlanWorks Study