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CSAH 33 (Diamond Path) & 140th (Connemara Trail) Intersection Control Evaluation Report

The intersection of Dakota County Highway 33 (Diamond Path) and 140th Street/Connemara Trail, in Apple Valley/Rosemount is one of the busiest intersections under Dakota County’s jurisdiction controlled with all-way stop signs. The purpose of this Feasibility Study is:

1. To determine the most appropriate long term level of traffic control for the intersection.

2. If a change in traffic control is needed, to determine in what year that change should occur.

The traffic control alternatives are analyzed in the existing, near-term (Year 2010), and long-term horizons (Year 2030).

CSAH33ConnemaraControlEvaluationReport.pdfCSAH 33 & 140th Street/Connemara Intersection Control Evaluation Report
CSAH33ConnemaraCostAnalysis.pdfCSAH 33 & 140th Street/Connemara Cost Analysis

 

Last updated: 11/12/2012 10:29 AM