MSAT Analysis – Tuttle Crossing Boulevard Extension and Avery Road Improvements –Dublin, Ohio

STONE was contracted to conduct qualitative analysis of the effect on Mobile Source Air Toxic (MSAT) generation of extending Tuttle Crossing Boulevard to connect Avery Road and Wilcox Road in Dublin, Franklin County, Ohio. The end-goal of the extension project was to create a major arterial, provide regional interstate access, improve the mobility for the traveling public, and provide transportation infrastructure to support community growth.

STONE prepared and submitted the Tier II MSAT analysis report in accordance with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) requirements. Analysis indicated that offering a more direct route for east-west travel would reduce annual Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT), and no appreciable difference in overall MSAT emissions was anticipated.

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