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Challenge
  • Evaluate existing assets & constraints that effect multi-modalism, as compared to the 2008 Transportation Study
  • Make recommendation for complete streets for network improvements & identify multi-modal alternatives to promote enhanced connectivity
  • Provide strategies for capital improvements
  • Provide for safe, convenient, energy efficient (sustainable) transportation systems for all users; while improving & enhancing aesthetic qualities
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  • Transportation planning services
  • Pedestrian & bicycle accommodation
  • Safety & existing traffic condition analysis
  • Conceptual roadway alternatives
  • Coordination with the city

Bonita Springs Key Corridor / Network Transportation Evaluation

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City of Bonita Springs, Lee County, FL
  • Bonita Springs Key Corridor / Network Transportation Evaluation by McMahon Associates
  • Bonita Springs Key Corridor / Network Transportation Evaluation by McMahon Associates
  • Bonita Springs Key Corridor / Network Transportation Evaluation by McMahon Associates
  • Bonita Springs Key Corridor / Network Transportation Evaluation by McMahon Associates
  • Bonita Springs Key Corridor / Network Transportation Evaluation by McMahon Associates

The City of Bonita Springs engaged McMahon Associates to develop a Key Corridor/Network Long-Term Transportation Evaluation. Using available reports, studies, and plans, including nearly a decade of city-wide data, as well as first-party studies, McMahon prepared a plan that included key corridor selection, plans, prioritization and cost projections for:

- Complete streets in sixteen locations.
- Congestion management by quadrant along the Bonita Beach Rd / US-41 - S. Tamiami Trail corridor.
- Identification of network improvements, inter-parcel access opportunities and Right-of-Way preservations.

The evaluation was recently presented for review by the City Council of Bonita Springs.