||LAND USE AND ACCESS STUDY
The areas around the I-69 exits 14 and 22 are expected to undergo significant growth in the near future. New development may consist of anything from gas stations and restaurants to new residential developments, offices, or industrial buildings. The roads in these areas, and the way they are or will be configured, will influence what is developed there, and new developments will influence traffic patterns on these roads. It is, therefore, prudent to examine how decisions made now will affect development and traffic in the future.
This study will create a series of scenarios - using state of the art visualization techniques - to demonstrate what types of development may result from different decisions. Its ultimate aim is to help develop a transportation system that functions well in terms of safety and mobility, fits its physical setting, and preserves scenic, aesthetic, historic, and environmental resources. It also seeks to strike a balance between the needs and preferences of current and future residents.
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