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Farmington Area Transportation Study

Dakota County and the City of Farmington have studied the roadway system needs associated with future residential and commercial growth anticipated in the Farmington area and the opening of the new Farmington High School for the 2009-2010 school year. This study focused on identifying and understanding:

  • Existing traffic conditions and operations along County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 31 (Pilot Knob Road), CSAH 50 (212th Street), County Road (CR) 64 (195th Street), and Flagstaff Avenue
  • Anticipated traffic conditions when the new Farmington High School opens in the fall of 2009 and potential improvement strategies
  • Arterial and collector roadway corridor network required to accommodate long-term needs
  • Forecasted 2030 traffic volumes
  • Safe and efficient access vision and implementation plan to accommodate forecasted 2030 traffic conditions along CSAH 31 (Pilot Knob Road)

Questions or comments can be emailed to John Sass, Project Manager.

FarmingtonAreaTransportationStudy.pdfFarmington Area Transportation Study Final Report
CSAH31CorridorAccessPlan.pdfAdopted CSAH 31 Corridor Access Plan
FarmingtonLongTermRoadwayNetworkVision.pdfFarmington Long-Term Roadway Network Vision

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