Data collected will be foundational to the City’s Network Analysis and Corridor Study, which will enable the City to plan for and prioritize needed transportation system improvements.
On Monday, November 4th , the consultant will be setting up equipment in preparation for the traffic counts. On Tuesday, November 5th, the consultant will be collecting turning movement counts at 17 key intersections between the hours of 7 am and 9 am, and again between the hours of 4 pm and 6 pm. They will also be collecting daily traffic counts via traffic tubes in 11 locations along 7 major corridors for three days next week, from November 5th through November 7th.
Lisa D. Key, City of Liberty Lake-Director of Planning & Engineering