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Tennessee Department of Transportation Transportation Planning Report (TPR) State Route 22 Lexington, Henderson County Southwest Tennessee Rural Planning Organization Meeting January 4, 2007 State Route 22 TPR Study History

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tennessee department of transportation

Tennessee Department of Transportation

Transportation Planning Report (TPR)

State Route 22

Lexington, Henderson County

Southwest Tennessee Rural Planning Organization Meeting

January 4, 2007

state route 22 tpr study history
State Route 22 TPR Study History
  • Southwest Tennessee Rural Planning Organization requested review of 42 mile segment of State Route 22 from US 64 to I-40 as a significant corridor
  • TDOT Long Range Planning conducted Preliminary Purpose and Need Statement
    • Identified 5 segments of independent utility (SIU’s)
    • Identified section in Lexington from SR 20 to Hamlett as deficient
    • Recommended development of Transportation Planning Report (TPR)
    • Completed Purpose and Needs Statement in May 2007
  • TDOT Short Range Planning Completed TPR for signatures on December 18, 2007
sr 22 study area
SR 22 Study Area
  • State Route 20 (US 412) to Hamlett Street in Lexington
  • Length – 1.07 miles
  • Existing Land Use
    • Limited Light Commercial
    • Primarily Residential
    • Lexington High School
  • Major North/South Route for Access to
    • Local Schools,
    • Hospitals,
    • Commercial centers, and
    • Industry in Lexington
  • Direct Access to I-40
existing conditions
Existing Conditions
  • Two Distinct Roadway Sections on SR 22:
    • SR 20 (US 412) to Dennison Drive (4 lane)
    • Dennison Drive to Hamlett Street (5 lanes)
  • 40 mph Posted Speed Limit
  • 7-10% Trucks
  • Moderate Traffic Growth (1.56% per year)
  • Sight Distances issues for several Cross Streets
sr 22 from sr 20 us 412 to dennison drive
SR 22 from SR 20 (US 412) to Dennison Drive
  • Four Lane Undivided Roadway (40’ Curb to Curb)
  • Narrow Shoulders with Curb and Gutter
  • 5’ Grass Strip
  • 5’ Sidewalk
  • 60’ Right-of-Way
sr 22 from dennison street to hamlett street
SR 22 from Dennison Street to Hamlett Street
  • Five Lane Roadway with Continuous Center-Turn Lane
  • 8’ Shoulders with Curb
  • No Sidewalks
  • 11’ Lane Widths
  • 74’ Right-of-Way
purpose and need
Purpose and Need
  • Improve Safety – Existing segments have a crash rate higher than the Statewide Average
  • Improve Regional Access and Mobility – Existing lane width deficiencies and inadequate capacity
justification of purpose and need
Justification of Purpose and Need
  • System Linkage
    • County Seat Connector Route
    • SR 20 (US 412)
    • Interstate 40
  • Capacity Constraints
  • Transportation Demand
  • Legislation
  • Social Demands or Economic Development
  • Modal Inter-Relationships
  • Safety
  • Roadway Deficiencies
route options
Route Options
  • Option A: No-Build
    • Make No Geometric Improvements
  • Option B: Widen SR 22 Symmetrically
    • Widen SR 22 Equally About the Centerline Including Additions of Sidewalk, Curb and Gutter
  • Option C: Widen SR 22 on the East Side
    • Maintain Existing West Edge of Pavement and add Sidewalk and Curb and Gutter
  • Option D: Widen SR 22 on the West Side
    • Maintain Existing East Edge of Pavement and add Sidewalk and Curb and Gutter
cross sections for build options
Cross Sections for Build Options
  • 12’ Continuous Turn Lane
  • 12’ Inside Through Lanes
  • 14’ Foot Outside Through Lanes
  • Curb and Gutter
  • 5’ Grass/Utility Strip
  • 5’ Sidewalks
cost estimates
Cost Estimates
  • Option A – No-Build $ 0
  • Option B – Widen Symmetrically $ 7,637,000
  • Option C – Widen to the East $ 6,470,000
  • Option D – Widen to the West $ 9,676,000
summary of options
Summary of Options
  • Option A (No Build)
    • Does Not Improve Mobility Between Lexington and Interstate 40
    • Does Not Provide for Alternative Modes of Transportation
    • Does Not Reduce Traffic Congestion
    • Does Not Improve Safety
    • Has No Impact on Existing Residential or Commercial Properties
    • No Cost
summary of options cont
Summary of Options (cont.)
  • Option B (Widen SR 22 Equally East and West)
    • Improves Mobility For Pedestrians, Bicyclists, Motorists, and Freight Carriers
    • Provides for Alternative Transportation Modes
    • Potential for Improved Safety
    • Improves Access Between Lexington and Interstate 40
    • Substantial Impact to Adjacent Property
      • 72 Property Incidentals
      • Relocation of 8 Residences and 2 Apartment Buildings
    • This Option is Estimated to Cost $7,637,000
summary of options cont14
Summary of Options (cont.)
  • Option C (Widen SR 22 to the East)
    • Improves Mobility for Pedestrians, Bicyclists, Motorists, and Freight Carriers
    • Provides for Alternative Transportation Modes
    • Potential for Improved Safety
    • Improves Access Between Lexington and Interstate 40
    • Substantial Impact to Adjacent Property
      • 36 Property Incidentals
      • Relocation of 16 Residences
    • This Option is Estimated to Cost $6,470,000
summary of options cont15
Summary of Options (cont.)
  • Option D (Widen SR 22 to the East)
    • Improves Mobility for Pedestrians, Cyclists, Motorists, and Freight Carriers
    • Provides for Alternative Transportation Modes
    • Potential for Improved Safety
    • Improves Access Between Lexington and Interstate 40
    • Substantial Impact to Adjacent Property
      • 46 Property Incidentals
      • Relocation of 15 Residences, 2 Apartment Buildings, and a Church
    • This Option is Estimated to Cost $9,676,000