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Study Description

The project developed a plan to guide the location of a park and ride and potential a station area site for the proposed Metra Burlington Northern Santa Fe extension. The resulting plan provided recommendations to link the proposed station area with the existing downtown, residential areas and employment centers as well as transit-oriented development options. Initial phases of the plan call for the development of a Park-N-Ride that would service the Aurora Metra Station.

 
Status
Status:Completed
Program:Community Planning
Program Year:2006
Project Type(s):Transit-Oriented Development Plan
Grantee:Village of Montgomery
Current Activities:The Village Board adopted the Plan in September 2009. Two potential sites were identified for a future Park-N-Ride: one site north of Route 30 east-adjacent to railroad tracks and one site south of Route 30 west-adjacent to the railraod tracks. Pace and the RTA will continue to monitor the market to implement a Park-N-Ride at one of the two locations.

This plan was awarded an IL-APA Award in 2010.
Information Updated:June 2018
 
Funding
RTA:$80,000.00
Local:$32,496.00
Federal:$0.00
Total:$112,496.00
 
Study Documents
Village of Montgomery - Transit Oriented Development & Park-and-Ride Location Study (August 24, 2009)
 
Related Studies
none
 
Related Transit Assets
none
 
Related Jurisdictions
Counties:Kane, Kendall
Municipalities:Montgomery
US Congressional Districts:11 Bill Foster
Illinois Senate Districts:25 Jim Oberweis, 49 Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant
Illinois House Districts:50 Keith R. Wheeler, 97 Mark Batinick
County Board Districts:Kane 8
Chicago Wards:none
Councils of Mayors:Kane/Kendall
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