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March 7, 2012 - Fauquier County

March 7, 2012 - Fauquier County

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and a direct link to I-95. Once the County converts its GIS system to ESRI, this map will be upgraded and made available for Committee use and to reflect the regional network within which the service district lies. NBSD Network & Considered Changes: Staff briefed the committee on how the consultant is prepared to do a model run, based on the adopted NBSD Land Use Plan, for the Year 2031. The consultant will need the Committee’s revised network plan; he will be attending the next meeting and the Committee can make final changes at that time to the preliminary network. Attachment B reflects the Committee’s preliminary and draft network. 4. U.S. 15-29/Rt. 600/Rt. 676 Triangle: Did not reach this agenda item; target date for the Committee to reach this topic is in April or early May. General Network Refinements Cross-sections 5. Next Meeting: Date & Time: Wednesday (March 21 st ); 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Place: Brookside Community Center 2 | P a g e

Attachment A - NBSD Citizen Planning Committee 3-7-12 Meeting Proposed Replacement Objectives (2-22-12 Meeting) Proposed Replacement Objectives (3-7-12 Meeting) Whenever any of the following objectives conflict, increased safety in all of its forms (motorized vehicles, non-motorized vehicles, and pedestrians) shall be considered the primary objective. Major Collectors -- The major collector roads that define the boundaries of New Baltimore, including 605, 602, 215 and 29/15/211 will be improved for safety and level of service using context-sensitive design. Special consideration should be given to Route 29 as an emergency evacuation route. Using Route 605 as a model, 602 and 215 should have a high priority for increased shoulder width and additional turning, acceleration and deceleration lanes. Intersections will be upgraded as needed with minimal impact on surrounding properties. Improvements to these major roads must respect historic and rural landscapes, view sheds and resources. Impacts on existing businesses must be mitigated. Context-sensitive solutions should incorporate elements such as multimodal transportation, trails, roundabouts, landscaping to protect existing residential neighborhoods and facilities such as schools, playing fields, etc. Work closely with Prince William County to standardize the speed limit on Route 215. Local Roads -- Existing local roads within the NBSD will continue to serve vehicular traffic generated from within and around the service district. In addition, existing local roads will become part of a larger grid whose function ultimately will be to accommodate a concentrated commercial core, clustered residential neighborhoods, access to businesses geared to the local population, disbursement of traffic, connectivity and a sense of place. Upgrades and improvements to these roads will be undertaken to address safety and connectivity, incorporate "complete streets" concepts and respect rural and historic landscapes, view sheds, resources as well as Whenever any of the following objectives conflict, increased safety in all of its forms (motorized vehicles, non-motorized vehicles, and pedestrians) shall be considered the primary objective. Major Collectors -- The major collector roads that define the boundaries of New Baltimore, including 605, 602, 215 and 29/15/211 will be improved for safety and level of service using context-sensitive design. Special consideration should be given to Route 29 as an emergency evacuation route. Vint Hill Road (Route 215) in Fauquier and its intersection with Route 29/15 (Lee Highway) must be recognized for their unique contribution to our historic heritage and treated with care and respect in any improvements to be made. Context sensitive design on the road and at the intersection should take particular care to preserve and reflect the historic events that occurred there and enhance the experience of visitors to that history. As a gateway to Fauquier County, this road and intersection should embody the vision of Fauquier to preserve and highlight the county's rural and historic legacy. All other roads within the New Baltimore Service District that traverse or define areas of historic significance such as Routes 600 and 676 should be improved with a respect for the history that occurred along and around them. Using Route 605 as a model, 602 and 215 should have a high priority for increased shoulder width and additional turning, acceleration and deceleration lanes. Intersections will be upgraded as needed with minimal impact on surrounding properties. Improvements to these major roads must respect historic and rural landscapes, view sheds and resources. Impacts on existing businesses must be mitigated. Context- 3 | P a g e

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