Liberty County Mobility Study

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WHY A MOBILITY STUDY?

Liberty County is developing quickly. With increasing traffic to the area, especially within the Cities of Cleveland, Dayton and Liberty, the County needs a transportation plan that manages growth, maintains mobility, and focuses on safety for all users, including:

  • Cars
  • Freight trucks
  • Pedestrians
  • Bicycles
  • Public Transit

The Liberty County Mobility Study will define future transportation investments that will move people and goods to and from destinations in a safe and efficient manner. The study will:

  • Analyze the existing transportation network
  • Consider existing and future land use and growth scenarios
  • Recommend ways to improve transportation mobility for residents, businesses and visitors now and in the future

VISION AND GOALS OF THE STUDY

The vision of the Liberty County Mobility Study is to address County needs through multimodal transportation, development, and economic policy, while meeting H-GAC’s goals of mobility, safety, and enabling economic opportunity.

The study's goals are to:

  1. Provide mobility solutions and travel options for daily travelers
  2. Increase freight traffic efficiency
  3. Increase efficiency at high-congestion corridors and intersections
  4. Improve safety at high-crash segments and intersections
  5. Enhance economic opportunity in focus areas

MAP OF LIBERTY COUNTY

HELP US IMPROVE LIBERTY COUNTY!

WHY A MOBILITY STUDY?

Liberty County is developing quickly. With increasing traffic to the area, especially within the Cities of Cleveland, Dayton and Liberty, the County needs a transportation plan that manages growth, maintains mobility, and focuses on safety for all users, including:

  • Cars
  • Freight trucks
  • Pedestrians
  • Bicycles
  • Public Transit

The Liberty County Mobility Study will define future transportation investments that will move people and goods to and from destinations in a safe and efficient manner. The study will:

  • Analyze the existing transportation network
  • Consider existing and future land use and growth scenarios
  • Recommend ways to improve transportation mobility for residents, businesses and visitors now and in the future

VISION AND GOALS OF THE STUDY

The vision of the Liberty County Mobility Study is to address County needs through multimodal transportation, development, and economic policy, while meeting H-GAC’s goals of mobility, safety, and enabling economic opportunity.

The study's goals are to:

  1. Provide mobility solutions and travel options for daily travelers
  2. Increase freight traffic efficiency
  3. Increase efficiency at high-congestion corridors and intersections
  4. Improve safety at high-crash segments and intersections
  5. Enhance economic opportunity in focus areas

MAP OF LIBERTY COUNTY

HELP US IMPROVE LIBERTY COUNTY!

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Liberty County Comment Map - Closed

5 months

We need your help in identifying places in Liberty County (such as roadways and intersections) that you think are unsafe, congested, missing access, or could otherwise be improved.

HOW TO LEAVE A COMMENT

  1. Click on the map or the 'go to map' button
  2. Zoom in to the section of the map where you want to leave a comment
  3. Select "+" to add the appropriate pin and drag it onto the map
  4. Describe the issue
  5. If possible, upload a photo of the issue. 

Example: If you want to point out an issue with an intersection, grab a blue pin and drag and drop on the map. Then let us know why you dropped that pin by providing a comment. If possible, upload a photo.

PIN CATEGORIES

  • Safety: Tell us where there are frequent crashes, narrow roads, dangerous curves, poor lighting or striping, or missing signage
  • Congestion and Delay: Tell us where there is heavy traffic, long waits at intersections, or vehicles blocking traffic (because they're stuck in intersections or are trying to turn)
  • Access and Connectivity: Tell us where there are gaps in the roadway network or where alternate routes should be provided
  • Walking, Biking and Transit: Tell us where there are broken or missing sidewalks, where crosswalks are needed, where bike paths should be or where better bus service is needed
  • Anything Else: Tell us anything we've missed


Thank you for your interest in the study. The comment map is now CLOSED
Page last updated: 31 March 2021, 16:00