Rt. 22 Corridor Management Plan

Planning and Development
Eoin Wrafter, Commissioner


Mark Debald, Transportation Program Administrator


Collage of images of Rt. 22 corridorIn mid-2000, the Dutchess County Transportation Council (DCTC) and the Harlem Valley Partnership (HVP) initiated the Route 22 Corridor Management Plan. The main purpose of the project was to develop a regional corridor management plan to guide the affected municipalities and NYSDOT in making decisions about future land use, site access, and transportation proposals. The project also advances the Dutchess County Greenway Connections program that seeks to build a network of connecting routes and improve development patterns in the County.

The Corridor Management Plan is the Harlem Valley’s blueprint for the Route 22 Corridor. It includes tools that the municipalities and NYSDOT have at their disposal to implement the recommendations. These tools are best viewed in the context of their application at the local and regional levels.

The Route 22 Corridor Management Plan was a collaborative effort, with key involvement of DCTC, their consultants C&S Engineers and Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Inc. and the Harlem Valley Partnership (HVP). In addition, NYSDOT Region 8 played an important role in reviewing documents, attending meetings, and providing input.


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