Missouri Avenue Corridor Study
BHI prepared a study that analyzed various existing roadway connections through land owned by the Bureau of Land Management, as well as the City of Las Cruces, Doña Ana County, and UNM. Key points of the study considered regional travel model results, implementing innovative bicycle infrastructure, and the application of a multi-modal level of service calculator. Analysis included an in-depth review of existing conditions, evaluation of proposed alternatives, public involvement, and stakeholder outreach.
The study resulted in identification of preferred alternatives, including a multi-use trail with potential roadway options to connect existing roadways and residential areas to open space and a local High School. The study provides improved multi-modal network connectivity for residents and the greater Las Cruces area.
Location: Las Cruces, New Mexico
Client: Mesilla Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization
Completed: November 2016