This project included analysis and recommendations for improvements along the 1.2 mile CSAH 22 corridor (West Circle Drive) and at the seven intersections within the project area, including interchange ramps with US 14. Work included development and calibration of a traffic model, existing conditions analysis, future traffic projections, future No-Build operational analysis, development of recommended strategic improvements to address operational and safety deficiencies, analysis of mitigation packages, technical memoranda, and a final report. Due to long standing operational issues and a tragic fatal crash along the corridor, public outreach was a focal point for this project. Stonebrooke developed materials and attended, presented, and led two public meetings.

  • Categories:
    Preliminary Design, Public Outreach, Traffic
  • Client:
    Olmsted County, City of Rochester, MN
  • Location:
    Rochester, MN