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Transportation Council
Eoin Wrafter, Commissioner


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Local Transportation Studies
Poughkeepsie Parking Improvement Plan (2018); Summary; Analysis of Future Demand
High-End Speeding Analysis for Dutchess County (2017)
High-End Speeding Analysis for Dutchess County (2016)
Upper Route 9G Corridor Management Plan (2016)
Beacon Center City Parking Analysis (2014)
CR 93 (Myers Corners Rd/Middlebush Rd) Corridor Management Plan (2011) (Parts 12; 3)
Village of Wappingers Falls Route 9 Study - DCTC portion (2011)
Pleasant Valley Traffic Analysis (2007)
Fishkill Route 52 Alternatives Analysis (2007)
Route 9 Land Use and Transportation Study (2007); Summary
Fishkill Traffic Analysis (2006)
I-84 Commercial Vehicle Parking/Rest Area Study (2003) 
Intersection Management Program (2003)
Village of Pawling Parking Survey (2003)
Route 22 Corridor Management Plan (2002)
Wappingers Falls Transportation Plan (2001)
Transportation Plan Update (1998)
Poughkeepsie Transportation Strategy (1997)  

Pedestrian/Bicycle Studies
Millerton Pedestrian Plan (2018)Appendices; Summary Handout 
City of Beacon - Beekman Street Complete Streets Analysis (2018); Appendices
Arlington Pedestrian Plan
(2017); Appendices; Summary Handout
Walk Bike Dutchess
(2014); All Appendices (.pdf)
Pine Plains Pedestrian Plan (2014); Executive Summary
Hyde Park Town Center Pedestrian Study (2013); Summary Handout
Village of Rhinebeck Sidewalk Study (2011); Executive Summary
CR 71 (West Road) Sidewalk Feasibility Study (2010); Appendix
Hopewell Hamlet Pedestrian Plan (2002)
Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan (1996)

Safety Assessments
City of Poughkeepsie: Main St/Innis/Worrall Ave Safety Assessment (2017)
CR 19 (Slate Quarry Rd) Safety Assessment (2014)
CR 16 (North Quaker Ln) Safety Assessment (2013)
CR 9 (Beekman Rd) Safety Assessment (2013)

Transit Studies
Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (2015)
Bus Expansion Feasibility Study (2013)SummaryTech Memo 1; Tech Memo 2
Transit Development Plan (2009)
Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (2008)
Coordinated Transportation Services Study (2003)

2016 Metropolitan Transportation Plan: Moving Dutchess 2
Executive Summary
Cover and Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Federal, State Regional, and County Guidance
Chapter 3: Regional Planning Perspective
Chapter 4: Demographic Overview; Demographic Maps
Chapter 5: Transportation & Natural Resource Overview; Time Travel Maps
Chapter 6-1: Lower Hudson (LH) Overview; LH Maps
Chapter 6-2: Upper Hudson (UH) Overview; UH Maps
Chapter 6-3: Lower Taconic (LT) Overview; LT Maps
Chapter 6-4: Upper Taconic (UT) Overview; UT Maps
Chapter 6-5: Harlem Valley (HV) Overview; HV Maps
Chapter 7: Performance Monitoring
Chapter 8: Recommendations & Financial Plan; Recommendation Maps/Tables
Appendix A: Definitions
Appendix B: Bridge Ratings
Appendix C: ADA
Appendix D: Public Outreach
Appendix E: Unfunded Projects by Area; Unfunded Projects by Type

2011 Metropolitan Transportation Plan: Moving Dutchess
Cover and Table of Contents; Chapter 1: Plan Introduction; Chapter 2: Federal, State & Local Guidance; Chapter 3: Regional Perspective; Chapter 4: Demographic Overview; Chapter 5: Transportation & Resource Overview; Chapter 6-1: Lower Hudson Overview; Chapter 6-2: Upper Hudson Overview; Chapter 6-3: Lower Taconic Overview; Chapter 6-4: Upper Taconic Overview; Chapter 6-5: Harlem Valley Overview; Chapter 7: Performance Monitoring; Chapter 8: Recommendations & Financial Plan; Appendix A: Definitions; Appendix B: Recommended Bridge; Projects; Appendix C: NYSDOT ADA Inventory; Appendix D: Public Outreach Summary; Appendix E: Unfunded Project Concepts; Appendix F: Air Quality Codes; Appendix G: Air Quality Conformity Statement; Appendix H: Energy Analysis of Moving Dutchess

2007 Metropolitan Transportation Plan
New Connections (large file size: 14MB)

Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) (by State Fiscal Year)
2018-2019; 2017-2018; 2016-2017  

Annual Listing of Obligated Projects (by Federal Fiscal Year)
2018; 2017; 20162015 
2014 Pedestrian Bicycle Plan: Walk Bike Dutchess 
(Unless otherwise noted, all downloadable files are .pdf)
All Chapters (.pdf) (This is a 36 MB file, and may be slow to download)
Plan Cover, Title Page, Acknowledgements, and DCTC Resolution 
- Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- Chapter 1- Introduction
- Chapter 2- Federal, State, and Local Guidance
- Chapter 3- Design Guidelines
- Chapter 4- Dutchess County Overview
- Introduction to the Planning Area Chapters
Chapter 5.1- Lower Hudson Planning Area
Chapter 5.2- Upper Hudson Planning Area
Chapter 5.3- Lower Taconic Planning Area
Chapter 5.4- Upper Taconic Planning Area
Chapter 5.5- Harlem Valley Planning Area
- Chapter 6- County-Wide Recommendations
- Chapter 7- Implementation and Funding

All Appendices (.pdf)
A- Public Outreach Summary
B- Moving Dutchess Pedestrian and Bicycle-Related Recommendations
C- Best Practice Bicycle Parking Codes
D- Vehicle and Traffic Law Excerpts
E- Census Data
F- Walk-Bike Dutchess Survey: Paper Form & Overall Results
    Walk-Bike Dutchess Survey Results- Lower Hudson
    Walk-Bike Dutchess Survey Results- Upper Hudson
    Walk-Bike Dutchess Survey Results- Lower Taconic
    Walk-Bike Dutchess Survey Results- Upper Taconic
    Walk-Bike Dutchess Survey Results- Harlem Valley
G- Bicycle Parking Inventory 
H- Crash Data
I- Planning Area Recommendations
J- Pedestrian/Bicycle Count Tables & ChartsPed/Bike Counts, as of September 2014 
K- City of Poughkeepsie Bicycle Route Field Data and Bicycle Route Map 
L- Project Prioritization Criteria

Federal Certification Report

Congestion Management Planning
Regional Travel Time Survey (2011):
Summary; Presentation; Charts; Maps (AM; Mid-Day; PM; Sat.)
Congestion Management Reports:
Step 1 Report (2005); Step 2 Report (2006)

Other Publications
DCTC Newsletter (Spring/Summer 2017)
DCTC Bylaws & Public Participation Plan (2016)

Fact Sheets (developed by the NYS Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations) 

  1. Electric Vehicles & Charging Networks
  2. Complete Streets
  3. Complete Streets 2.0 
  4. Timing Traffic Signals to Accommodate Pedestrians (intended for local staff that develops signal timing plans or maintains signals)
  5. Designing Signalized Intersections to Accommodate All Users (a less technical version, intended for elected officials and others)
  6. Traffic Safety Plans and Programs: How You Can Be Involved
  7. Know Your Pedestrian and Bicycle Laws

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