Traffic Impact Analysis
A Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) is a study which determines the competence of the present or future transportation infrastructure to accommodate additional trips generated by a proposed development, redevelopment or land rezoning. A Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) develops public/private partnerships to coordinate land use and transportation facility development. As the technology increases, traffic concerns will become increasingly prevalent. At times, development, or redevelopment will trigger required improvements to nearby roadways to ensure that traffic continues to operate both safely and efficiently. In such cases, a Traffic Impact Analysis is required,that contains professionally prepared document detailing a project contribution to traffic rates within a defined study area.
Why Traffic Impact Analysis??
- Traffic Impact Analysis verifies whether or not a project will not generate levels of traffic sufficient enough to warrant improvements.
- Generally, Traffic Impact Analysis provides good and uniform standards to establish the magnitude of traffic impact import by an individual project.
- The goal is to forecast, describe, and analyze the traffic and transport effects a development may have on the existing and future infrastructure. DSS conducts traffic impact studies and analysis for developments of all sizes including commercial, residential. The current traffic data is combined with projected traffic volumes to determine the expected impact on traffic in regards to the new development.
DSS has the skills and expertise required to perform accurate Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA). A traffic impact analysis is a study which determines the effects of a new development on community traffic. These studies vary depending on the type, size and location of the development.