Boise Avenue Traffic Study

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The information below is part of a study prepared by traffic consultant, GHD, Inc. at the request of Public Works staff, along the Boise Avenue corridor from 37th Street to Eisenhower Boulevard. The results of this study and citizen comments will guide design and road safety improvements along this corridor. Please click here to review the full report. [PDF]

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The graph below shows the traffic volume study completed before Boise Avenue was connected to County Road 11C and after the connection was made:

Traffic Volume slide

The graph below shows the top 10 locations for accidents:

Traffic Area Collision slide

The consultant has proposed the use of curb bump outs to help with pedestrian crossings, the information below gives some of the pros and cons:

Curb Extensions/Bump-out slide

There are two possible options for using the curb bump outs along the southern end of the corridor.  The first option would keep the parking along Boise Avenue. See below:

Option 1 Curb Bump-out and Improved Pedestrian Crossing slide

Option 1 Corner Curb Bump-outs plus Parking slide

The second option would remove parking along Boise Avenue and increase the buffer zone for bicyclist, see option 2:

Option 2 Buffered Lanes and No Parking slide

Medians are being considered along the northern section of the corridor, see the drawings below:

Proposed Improvements from Park to Muddy Creek

 

Proposed Improvements from El Diente to 37th Street


The information above has been produced as part of a study prepared by traffic consultant, GHD, Inc. at the request of Public Works staff, along the Boise Avenue corridor from 37th Street to Eisenhower Boulevard.  The results of this study and citizen comments will guide design and road safety improvements along this corridor.  If you need additional information or have questions, please contact the project manager, Justin Stone at (970) 962-2565.

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