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RTA logo Naperville Metra Station Bus Depot and Commuter Access Feasibility Study

Study Description

This project identified opportunities to enhance commuter access to the Naperville Metra station by evaluating alternative modes of transportation such as bus, bicycle and walking. The project evaluated the feasibility of a bus depot, provided access and circulation improvements, and prepared recommendations to create a safer and more efficient multi-modal environment.

 
Status
Status:Completed
Program:Community Planning
Program Year:2011
Project Type(s):Transit Improvement Plan
Grantee:City of Naperville
Current Activities:On April 17, 2012 the Naperville City Council accepted the Naperville Metra Station Bus Depot and Commuter Access Feasibility Study Technical Memorandum and directed staff to incorporate improvements into their Capital Improvement Program. On February 19, 2013, the City of Naperville FY14-18 Capital Improvement Program was adopted by the City Council. It contained the following improvements related to this study: modifications to the Eastern Burlington Lot on the north side of the train tracks; modifications to the south side of the train tracks; and conversion of North Avenue (currently one-way westbound) to two-way traffic between Washington Street and Ellsworth Street. Engineering is programmed for FY13-14, with phased construction currently planned for FY15-16 through FY16-17.

In late 2013 the City of Naperville received CMAQ approval for the Washington Street Corridor Centralized Traffic Management System and Washington Street Corridor Adaptive Signal Control projects. These projects install a centralized traffic management system and adaptive signal controls along Washington Street, in the study area of the Naperville Metra Station Bus Depot and Commuter Access Feasibility Study. For more information please visit http://www.cmap.illinois.gov/mobility/strategic-investment/cmaq. Naperville continues to look for funding for pedestrian access to implement additional recommendations.
Information Updated:January 2017
 
Funding
RTA:$63,327.20
Local:$15,831.80
Federal:$0.00
Total:$79,159.00
 
Study Documents
Final Technical Memorandum (April 17, 2012)
 
Related Studies
none
 
Related Transit Assets
Metra Stations:Naperville (BNSF) accessible
Pace Bus Routes:530 West Galena - Naperville accessible
676 Warrenville-Naperville Metra accessible
677 Brighton Ridge - Naperville Metra accessible
678 River Woods - Naperville Metra accessible
680 Brookwood Trace - Naperville Metra accessible
681 Lincoln Park - Naperville Metra accessible
682 Brookdale - Naperville Metra accessible
683 Ashbury - Naperville Metra accessible
684 Winchester Place - Naperville Metra accessible
685 Ivy Ridge-Naperville Metra accessible
687 Maplebrook East - Naperville Metra accessible
689 Century Hill - Naperville Metra accessible
714 College of DuPage-Naperville-Wheaton Connector accessible
 
Related Jurisdictions
Counties:DuPage
Municipalities:Naperville
US Congressional Districts:11 Bill Foster, 6 Sean Casten
Illinois Senate Districts:21 Laura Ellman
Illinois House Districts:41 Grant Wehrli, 42 Amy Grant
County Board Districts:DuPage 5
Chicago Wards:none
Councils of Mayors:DuPage
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