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  • Strategic Intermodal System Highway Connectors Assessment

    Daytona Beach International Airport Connector Introduction Daytona Beach International Airport (DBIA) is a convenient alternative to the uncertainties of Orlando and Jacksonville traffic and it is the "Gateway to Central Florida. In addition, DBIA also facilities Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) # 198 which increases the global competitiveness of companies doing business in Daytona Beach by reducing operating costs associated with international trade. The Daytona Beach International Airport connector as shown in Figure 1E-1 connects DBIA to I-95, a Florida Interstate Highway System facility. To ensure that Emerging SIS facilities provide additional connectivity to developing economic regions, rather than provide redundancy to SIS hubs, Emerging SIS facilities can be designated only if they are located greater than 50 miles from the nearest SIS hub of the same type. The minimum size threshold for Emerging SIS airports is to handle 0.05 percent of the nations total freight or passenger enplanements to be eligible for designation as an Emerging SIS facility. Emerging SIS airports must be located in or adjacent to a fast-growing county that ranks among the top 25 percent statewide in terms of population growth over the next 20 years and provide service to clusters of tourism establishments and high-technology businesses. DBIA connector meets distance and economic connectivity criteria and is designated as Emerging SIS facility. Existing Conditions

    The connector is a 2.3-mile segment traversing US 92 and Midway Avenue. Land use along the connector is primarily retail and residential as shown in Figure 1E-2. VOTRAN Route 9, 10, 11 and 60 are operational on the connector. Sidewalks are present along US 92 providing walk access from primarily retail facilities to fixed route VOTRAN service. Daily Level of Service (LOS) analysis for the segments of the connector was conducted using FDOT Generalized/Quality Level of Service tables and is summarized in Table 1E-1. It indicates that segment of US 92 between Williamson Boulevard and Midway Avenue is currently operating deficiently. The PM peak-hour intersection LOS analysis conducted using SYNCHRO is shown in Table 1E-2. It indicates that the intersection US 92 at Williamson Boulevard is operating deficiently. Existing intersection geometry including turn-radius, lane width, etc. is shown in Figures 1E-3a through 1E-3c.

    Table 1E-1: Existing Daily Arterial LOS

    Road Name

    From

    To Section Length

    (mi)

    Area Type

    Facility Type

    Lanes

    Year 2007

    AADT

    T24 (%)

    Peak Hour Directional Volumes

    FDOT LOS Std.

    Year 2007 LOS

    US 92 I-95 Ramps Williamson 0.708 urban arterial 6 48,500 5.28 2,465 D D

    US 92 Williamson Midway Ave. 1.110 urban arterial 6 49,500 5.12 2,622 D E

    Midway Ave. Midway Ave. Catalina Dr. 0.444 urban arterial 4 5,100 2.42 295 D C

    Table 1E-2: Existing PM Peak-Hour Intersection LOS

    Intersection Adopted LOS

    2007 Intersection

    LOS

    I-95 NB off-ramp @ US 92 D D US 92 @ Indigo Dr. D C US 92@ Thames Rd. D A US 92 @ Williamson Blvd. D E US 92 @ Kennel Club D A US 92@ Fentress Blvd. D C US 92 @ Best Buy D A US 92 @ Industrial Pkwy. D A US 92 @ Bill France Blvd. D C US 92 @ Midway Ave. D C Midway Ave.@ Richard Petty D A Midway Ave.@ Catalina Dr. D A

    Planned/Programmed Improvements FDOT adopted FY2008-2013 Work Program includes resurfacing of US 92 from 0.2 miles west of CR 415 to CR 483 (Item # 4195951).

    Future Conditions and Recommendations

    Figure 1E-4 shows the proposed and approved development projects in the immediate vicinity of the connector. Table 1E-3 provides summary of PM peak-hour intersection LOS analysis for the years 2020 and 2030 for both no-build and build conditions. The recommendations for build conditions are listed in Table 1E-4 for phased implementation.

    Table 1E-3: Future PM Peak-Hour Intersection LOS

    Intersection Adopted LOS

    2020 No-Build

    LOS

    2020 Build LOS

    2030 No-Build

    LOS

    2030 Build LOS

    I-95 NB off-ramp @ US 92 D D D D D US 92 @ Indigo Dr. D C C D D US 92 @ Thames Rd. D A A B B US 92 @ Williamson Blvd. D F D F D US 92 @ Kennel Club D B B B B US 92 @ Fentress Blvd. D C C C C US 92 @ Best Buy D A A A A US 92 @ Industrial Pkwy. D A A B B US 92 @ Bill France Blvd. D D D D D US 92 @ Midway Ave. D D D D D Midway Ave.@ Richard Petty D B B B B Midway Ave. @ Catalina Dr. D A A A A

  • Strategic Intermodal System Highway Connectors Assessment

    Table 1E-4: Daytona Beach International Airport Connector Recommended Improvements

    Improvement Category Phase I (Immediate Improvements)

    2008 PDC Costs** Phase II (2009 - 2020) Improvements

    2008 PDC Costs** Phase III (2021 - 2030) Improvements

    2008 PDC Costs**

    Geometric* - - - - - -

    Operational Add second SB right turn at Williamson Blvd. *** $1,166,400 - - Add a second NB left turn lane at US 92 and Williamson Blvd. *** $619,200

    Add a second SB left turn lane at US 92 and Williamson Blvd. *** $403,200 Other - - - - - - Total - $1,166,400 - - - $1,022,400

    * Assume WB-62FL design vehicle. ** Costs of right-of-way, right-of-way support, landscaping, lighting, utility relocations and wetland mitigation are not included. *** These recommended improvements are common for Greyhound Bus Terminal Connector and Greyhound Daytona Beach Connector

  • Daytona BeachInternational

    Airport

    I-95 to US 92(International Speedway Blvd)

    to Midway Ave to Entrance

    Roadway ID: 7906000Beginning MP: 16.025Ending MP: 18.122

    109

    60

    10

    60

    11

    11

    10N

    10N

    DaytonaBeach

    Roadway ID: 79522000Beginning MP: 1.523Ending MP: 1.967

    IND

    IGO

    DRFOX

    F IRE

    CIR

    INDI

    GO

    DR

    HAGEN

    TER

    AV AWEST RD

    I-95 S

    MID

    WAY

    AV

    EXEC

    UTIV

    E DR

    AV C

    EXECUTIVE

    CIR

    I-95 N

    AV B

    INDIGO DR

    BAYLES

    S BLVD

    THAMES

    RD

    TOM

    OKA

    FARM

    S R

    D N

    BELLEV

    UE

    I-95 S

    I-95 N

    AIRFIEL

    D

    US HW

    Y 92

    (INTL

    SPEE

    DWAY

    BLVD

    W)

    CAT ALINA D

    R

    CR 4009 (WILLIAM

    SON BLVD

    S)

    AIRFIELD

    INDIGO DR

    DB

    IS

    CR 4068 (B

    ELLEVUE A

    V)

    AIRFIELD

    MIDWAY AV

    DBIS

    AtlanticOcean

    BrevardOsceola

    Orange

    Seminole

    Volusia

    Daytona BeachIntl. AirportConnector

    MELBOURNE

    SAINTCLOUDKISSIMMEE

    ROCKLEDGE

    ORLANDO

    WINTERPARK

    TITUSVILLEALTAMONTE

    SPRINGSOVIEDO

    CASSELBERRY

    WINTERSPRINGS

    SANFORD

    DELTONA

    DE LANDNEW SMYRNA

    BEACH

    PORTORANGE

    DAYTONABEACH

    District2

    District3

    District4

    District6

    District1

    District7

    OverviewFDOT Districts

    District 5

    Strategic Intermodal System (SIS)Highway Connectors Assessment

    Figure1E-1

    Daytona Beach Intl. Airport ConnectorOverview

    SIS Highway Connector

    Emerging SIS HighwayConnector

    Bus Route & Route #*

    Bus Stop*

    0 0.2 0.4 0.6

    Miles

    9

    * SOURCE: VOTRAN 2009

    City Limits

    Daytona Beach GreyhoundBus Terminal Connector

  • Daytona BeachInternational

    Airport

    I-95 to US 92(International Speedway Blvd)

    to Midway Ave to Entrance

    DaytonaBeach

    IND

    IGO

    DRFOX

    F IRE

    CIR

    INDI

    GO

    DR

    HAGEN TER

    AV A

    SEA PINES C

    IRI-95

    S

    EXEC

    UTIV

    E DR

    AV C

    BILL FRANCE

    BLVD

    INDUSTRIAL PKW

    Y

    MIDW

    AY AV

    WEST RD

    EXECUTIVE

    CIR

    I-95 N

    AV B

    RICHARD

    PETTY

    BLVD

    US 92

    WB

    I-95

    ON RA

    MP

    INDIGO DR

    BAYLES

    S BLVD

    INDIGO

    LAKES

    BLVD

    THAMES

    RD

    TOM

    OKA

    FARM

    S R

    D N

    I-95 NB US

    92 O

    FF R

    MP

    BELLEV

    UE

    I-95 S

    I-95 N

    CR

    4009 (W

    IL LIAM

    SON

    BLVD N)

    CORAL

    SEA AV

    AIRFIEL

    D

    US HW

    Y 92

    (INTL

    SPEE

    DWAY

    BLVD

    W)

    CR 40

    09 (W

    ILLI

    AMSO

    N

    BLVD

    S)

    CAT ALINA D

    R

    CR 4009

    (WILLIAM

    SON

    BLVD N)

    FENTRESS BLVD

    CR 4009 (WILLIAM

    SON BLVD

    S)

    AIRFIELD

    INDIGO D R

    DB

    IS

    CR 4068 (B

    ELLEVUE A

    V)

    AIRFIELD

    MIDWAY AV

    DBIS

    AtlanticOcean

    BrevardOsceola

    Orange

    Seminole

    Volusia

    Daytona BeachIntl. AirportConnector

    MELBOURNE

    SAINTCLOUDKISSIMMEE

    ROCKLEDGE

    ORLANDO

    WINTERPARK

    TITUSVILLEALTAMONTE

    SPRINGSOVIEDO

    CASSELBERRY

    WINTERSPRINGS

    SANFORD

    DELTONA

    DE LANDNEW SMYRNA

    BEACH

    PORTORANGE

    DAYTONABEACH

    District2

    District3

    District4

    District6

    District1

    District7

    OverviewFDOT Districts

    District 5

    Strategic Intermodal System (SIS)Highway Connectors Assessment

    Figure1E-2

    Daytona Beach Intl. Airport ConnectorExisting (Year 2007) Land Use

    0 0.2 0.4 0.6

    Miles

    Existing Land Use*

    Residential