Separated Grade Railroad Crossing

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Separated Grade Railroad Crossing

Developments of the magnitude envisioned within the northside study area will require an organized system of arterial and collector street upon which to build a logical system of safe and efficient streets. With no definitive development proposal on official record at the present time, standard planning criteria should be used to develop a concept system. Typically, arterial streets should be spaced at approximately one mile intervals in urban areas and collector streets at half-mile intervals. The street system should attempt to maintain a grid system as close as possible aligned in true north orientation to simplify directional orientations. Two north-south arterial roadways should be designated. Star Road exists as a logical candidate for arterial status because of its location and the fact that there is very little direct access to adjacent properties. On the western side of the study area, the City of Livingston already owns right-of-way for a roadway, portions of which could be used for future development of a north-south arterial street. An extension of Meredith Ranch Road south to the new east-west arterial street would provide a connection to the Star Road alignment, which would create an arterial loop road within the entire study area. The locations of collector street intersections to the arterial street should be placed equidistant from intersecting arterial streets.

Northside Livingston Draft Report
Crossing Timeline Powerpoint

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