Lincoln Avenue Corridor Improvement Study (CR 655)
City of Vineland
Highways, Streets & Structures
Traffic & Parking
Signals & ITS
Crash data analysis
Developed improvement alternatives
Dan McGinnis, P.E., PTOE
McMahon conducted a comprehensive traffic and road improvement study along the 3-mile stretch of the Lincoln Avenue corridor in the City of Vineland, NJ. The corridor has the third-highest accident rate per mile per the Cumberland County Transportation Plan, and certain intersections along the corridor have particularly significant crash rates.
McMahon analyzed crash data along the corridor to identify patterns and developed countermeasures to address the safety and capacity issues, along with existing drainage deficiencies. The goal of the study was to create an effective and sustainable plan to accommodate future traffic volumes and extend the life of the traffic signal, roadway and drainage facilities, with evaluations of several improvement alternatives including:
Lane control modification
Improved pedestrian accommodations
Optimized traffic signal timings and phasing
The project deliverables included concept plans, estimates and a capital improvement program intended to support the county in obtaining funding and implementing the improvement program.