PROJECT DOCUMENTS

December 2020

Watertown Area MTP - Existing Conditions Memo

Presentation and assessment of the crash history throughout the City of Watertown.

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December 2020

Watertown Area MTP - Crash History Review Memo

Presentation and assessment of the crash history throughout the City of Watertown.

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November 2020

Watertown Area MTP - Origin-Destination Analysis Memo

To analyze the movements of traffic passing through the Watertown region, traffic patterns data were accessed from StreetLight Data.

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RELATED DOCUMENTS

2018 Update

Watertown Comprehensive Land Use Plan

The Comprehensive Land Use Plan is a compilation of land use policies which serve as a guide for making development decisions.

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September 2014

Codington County Master Transportation Plan

The purpose of this plan is to evaluate all components of the transportation system in order to respond to current and future needs.

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March 2010

SDDOT Decennial Interstate Corridor Study: Phase 1

Phase 1 is an assessment of the entire Interstate System looking at geometry, safety and traffic operations.

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August 2010

SDDOT Decennial Interstate Corridor Study: Phase 2

Assessments from Phase 1 are examined in detail in this report. Recommendations for future improvements are included as well.

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November 2010

SDDOT Decennial Interstate Corridor Study: Phase 3

Projects identified as the most feasible alternative in the Phase 2 analysis are prioritized in this report.

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November 2005

Watertown Area Transportation Plan

The Watertown Area Transportation Plan provides the underlying structure for the area’s transportation planning process over the next 25 years.

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PUBLIC MEETING MATERIALS

January 2021

Online Public Meeting

From January 2–31, 2021 a virtual informational meeting space was open to the public. Visitors could read about the project, explore interactive maps, and provide comments and feedback.

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