New Jersey Administrative Code
Title 16 - TRANSPORTATION
Chapter 47 - STATE HIGHWAY ACCESS MANAGEMENT CODE
Appendix H-6 - ACCESS MANAGEMENT PLAN REPORT CHECKLIST

Universal Citation: NJ Admin Code H-6
Current through Register Vol. 56, No. 6, March 18, 2024

An Access Management Plan (AMP) report shall contain the following:

1. An Executive Summary;

2. The goals and objectives of the AMP;

3. The subject State highway segment by route number, directions, and milepost limits and identifying access classification of the highway;

4. All participants in the joint planning process;

5. Any transportation management associations serving the AMP study area and the identification of appropriate automobile trip reduction goals and strategies including, but not limited to, community operated transit or demand management programs;

6. All Transportation Development Districts or other transportation improvement cost-sharing plans located in whole or in part within the AMP study area;

7. Any contiguous municipality or county where proposed improvements may be located;

8. The maximum trip limitations for all nonconforming lots;

9. Analysis of existing land development patterns and traffic conditions;

10. The zoning classification for each lot within the AMP study area;

11. Identification of demographic, economic, land use, technological or other trends that may impact the AMP study area, and regional traffic volumes, such as expected major population changes, growth in compact developments and increased public transportation availability;

12. An estimate of future demand on the transportation system, based on build-out analyses of existing zoning and zoning modifications necessary to implement the goals and standards of the AMP and regional employment and residential forecasts. Estimates of demand shall also include other regulatory constraints applicable to all conforming lots and all other major potential regional traffic generators beyond the geographical limits of the AMP that would impact the AMP study area;

13. All existing, future, and shared-access driveways on the State highway and non-State highway driveways on parallel or perpendicular streets. Future driveways or streets and future shared driveways shall be indicated within an access envelope within which each driveway or street may be located, consistent with the provisions of this chapter;

14. Recommendations for changes to the State highway access classification or DTS;

15. Any existing and proposed public passenger and freight transportation facilities in the AMP study area;

16. Existing and proposed pedestrian and bicycle facilities and improvements in the AMP study area consistent with Department policy and standards;

17. Existing environmental and cultural features and constraints that may be impacted by highway improvements identified in the AMP;

18. A staged implementation plan, linked to trip generation thresholds, for capacity and operational improvements within and adjacent to the AMP study area; 19. The preliminary cost estimates and potential funding sources for infrastructure improvements needed to support the AMP;

20. The jurisdictional responsibilities of each of the participants for the improvements contemplated by the AMP;

21. The estimated timing and sequence of construction of the improvements;

22. Provisions for temporary access, as needed, pending completion of the improvements set forth in the AMP;

23. Identification of municipal land development ordinances and policies, either existing or proposed, that support the AMP and any necessary amendments needed to implement the AMP;

24. Recommendations for dedicating future ROW needs;

25. The date and place of the public meeting and disposition of public comments made during the public comment period; and

26. Other appropriate factors.

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