Multimodal Transportation and Land Use Study

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multimodalCompleted in fall 2019, the Town’s Maple Avenue Corridor Multimodal Transportation and Land Use Study examined transportation challenges and opportunities along Vienna’s main commercial corridor. Now the Town is poised to undertake some of the study’s near and mid-term recommendations, identified as top priorities by the community.

The interactive study process, which included public engagement opportunities and covered about a six-month span, was led by Kimley-Horn. The effort captured current travel conditions in the study area (Maple Avenue from James Madison Drive to Follin Lane and Church Street from Lawyers Road to East Street as well as Courthouse Road and Locust Street) and offered recommendations for enhancing the travel experience for all – drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and those using public transit.

While the Town has not yet determined which recommendations to implement, project suggestions included:

  • redesigning W&OD Trail crossings
  • implementing leading pedestrian intervals
  • filling vital sidewalk gaps
  • creating a streetscape master plan and design guidelines
  • undertaking a long-range transportation master plan
  • redesigning the Church Street and Lawyers Road intersection and addressing other intersection issues
  • enhancing the Town’s bicycle network
  • making bus stop improvements
  • implementing microtransit, a local circulator

Final Report
See the final presentation given to Town Council in September 2019

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