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Hamilton Area Transportation Plan (2009 Update)

Level of Service Technical Memorandum

Hamilton Area Transportation Plan (2009 Update) Level of Service Technical Memorandum Prepared For: Working Working Working
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City of Hamilton Ravalli County Montana Department of Transportation

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Camp Dresser & McKee (CDM) Inc. Helena, Montana

June 3, 2009

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Hamilton Area Transportation Plan (2009 Update) Level of Service Technical Memorandum Prepared For: Working Working Working

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Table of Contents

  • 2.3 Existing Levels of Service

JUNE 3, 2009

  • 2.3.1 Signalized Intersections

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  • 2.3.2 Unsignalized Intersections

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List of Figures

Figure 25:

Existing (2009) Level of Service

Figure 26:

Existing (2009) Level of Service (Inset Area)

List of Tables

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Table 21:

Table 22:

Table 23:

Table 24:

Table 25:

Table 26:

Level of Service Criteria (Signalized Intersections) Existing (2009) Level of Service for Signalized intersections Level of Service Criteria (Stop Controlled Intersections) Existing (2009) Level of Service for Unsignalized Intersections Existing (2009) Level of Service for Unsignalized Intersections Existing Intersections Functioning at LOS D or Lower

H AMILTON A REA T RANSPORTATION P LAN (2009 U PDATE ) LEVEL OF SERVICE M
H AMILTON A REA T RANSPORTATION P LAN (2009 U PDATE ) LEVEL OF SERVICE M
H AMILTON A REA T RANSPORTATION P LAN (2009 U PDATE ) LEVEL OF SERVICE M

Intersection Exhibits

Intersection Exhibits 18 Exhibits Total

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  • 2.3 Existing Levels of Service

JUNE 3, 2009

Urban road systems are ultimately controlled by the function of the major intersections. Intersection failure directly reduces the number of vehicles that can be accommodated during the peak hours that have the highest demand and the total daily capacity of a corridor. As a result of this strong impact on corridor function, intersection improvements can be a very costeffective means of increasing a corridor’s traffic volume capacity. In some circumstances, corridor expansion projects may be able to be delayed with correct intersection improvements. Due to the significant portion of total expense for road construction projects used for project design, construction, mobilization, and adjacent area rehabilitation, a careful analysis must be made of the expected service life from intersectiononly improvements. If adequate design life can be achieved with only improvements to the intersection, then a corridor expansion may not be the most efficient solution. With that in mind, it is important to determine how well the major intersections are functioning by determining their Level of Service (LOS).

H AMILTON A REA T RANSPORTATION P LAN (2009 U PDATE ) L EVEL OF S

Level of Service (LOS) is a qualitative measure developed by the transportation profession to quantify driver perception for such elements as travel time, number of stops, total amount of stopped delay, and impediments caused by other vehicles. It provides a scale that is intended to match the perception by motorists of the operation of the intersection. Level of Service provides a means for identifying intersections that are experiencing operational difficulties, as well as providing a scale to compare intersection with each other. The level of service scale represents the full range of operating conditions. The scale is based on the ability of an intersection or street segment to accommodate the amount of traffic using it. The scale ranges from “A” which indicates little, if any, vehicle delay, to “F” which indicates significant vehicle delay and traffic congestion. The LOS analysis was conducted according to the procedures outlined in the Transportation Research Board’s Highway Capacity Manual Special Report 209 using the Highway Capacity Software, version 4.1f.

H AMILTON A REA T RANSPORTATION P LAN (2009 U PDATE ) L EVEL OF S
H AMILTON A REA T RANSPORTATION P LAN (2009 U PDATE ) L EVEL OF S
H AMILTON A REA T RANSPORTATION P LAN (2009 U PDATE ) L EVEL OF S

In order to calculate the LOS, 18 intersections on the major street network were counted during the spring of 2009. These intersections included 6 signalized intersections and 12 highvolume unsignalized intersections in the Hamilton area. Each intersection was counted between 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., to ensure that the intersection’s peak volumes were represented. Based upon this data, the operational characteristics of each intersection were obtained.

2.3.1 Signalized Intersections

For signalized intersections, recent research has determined that average control delay per vehicle is the best available measure of level of service. Control delay takes into account uniform delay, incremental delay, and initial queue delay. The amount of control delay that a vehicle experiences is approximately equal to the time elapsed from when a vehicle joins a queue at the intersection (or arrives at the stop line when there is no queue) until the vehicle departs from the stopped position at the head of the queue. The control delay is primarily a function of volume, capacity, cycle length, green ratio, and the pattern of vehicle arrivals.

The following table identifies the relationship between level of service and average control delay per vehicle. The procedures used to evaluate signalized intersections use detailed information on geometry, lane use, signal timing, peak hour volumes, arrival types and other parameters. This information is then used to calculate delays and determine the capacity of each intersection. Generally, an intersection is

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determined to be functioning adequately if operating at LOS C or better. Table 21 shows the LOS by control delay for signalized intersections.

Table 21 Level of Service Criteria (Signalized Intersections)

Control Delay per Vehicle (sec) A < 10 B 10 to 20 C 20 to 35
Control Delay per Vehicle (sec)
A
< 10
B
10 to 20
C
20 to 35
D
35 to 50
E
50 to 80
F
> 80
Source: The Transportation Research Board's Highway Capacity Manual
Using these techniques and the data collected in the spring of 2009, the LOS for the signalized
intersections was calculated. Table 2‐2 shows the AM and PM peak hour LOS for each individual leg of
the intersections, as well as the intersections as a whole. The intersection LOS is shown graphically in
Figure 2‐5 and Figure 2‐6.
Table 2‐2
Existing (2009) Level of Service for Signalized Intersections
   

AM Peak Hour

   

PM Peak Hour

 

Intersection

EB

WB

NB

SB

INT

EB

WB

NB

SB

INT

US 93 & Adirondac Avenue/Fairgrounds Road

F

E

B

B

C

D

C

C

B

C

US 93 & Pine Street

F

A

A

B

F

A

A

D

US 93 & Main Street/Marcus Street

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

B

US 93 & Ravalli Street

D

D

A

A

A

E

C

A

A

B

US 93 & Golf Course Road/Hope Avenue

D

F

A

A

E

C

F

A

A

C

2 nd Street & Main Street

B

B

B

B

B

B

A

B

B

B

(Abbreviations used in the table are as follows: EB = eastbound; WB = westbound; NB = northbound; SB = southbound; INT = intersections as a whole)

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2.3.2 Unsignalized Intersections

JUNE 3, 2009

Level of service for unsignalized intersections is based on the delay experienced by each movement within the intersection, rather than on the overall stopped delay per vehicle at the intersection. This difference from the method used for signalized intersections is necessary since the operating characteristics of a stopcontrolled intersection are substantially different. Driver expectations and perceptions are also entirely different. For twoway stop controlled intersections, the through traffic on the major (uncontrolled) street experiences no delay at intersection. Conversely, vehicles turning left from the minor street experience more delay than other movements and at times can experience significant delay. Vehicles on the minor street, which are turning right or going across the major street, experience less delay than those turning left from the same approach. Due to this situation, the level of service assigned to a twoway stop controlled intersection is based on the average delay for vehicles on the minor street approach.

Levels of service for all‐way stop controlled intersections are also based on delay experienced by the
Levels of service for all‐way stop controlled intersections are also based on delay experienced by the
vehicles at the intersection. Since there is no major street, the highest delay could be experienced by
any of the approaching streets. Therefore, the level of service is based on the approach with the highest
delay as shown in Table 2‐3. This table shows the LOS criteria for both the all‐way and two‐way stop
controlled intersections.
Table 2‐3
Level of Service Criteria (Stop Controlled Intersections)
Level of Service
Delay (seconds/vehicle)
A
< 10
B
10 to 15
C
15 to 25
D
25 to 35
E
35 to 50
F
> 50

Source: The Transportation Research Board's Highway Capacity Manual

Using the above guidelines, the data collected in the spring of 2009 and calculation techniques for twoway stop controls and allway stop controls, the LOS was calculated for 12 intersections. Table 24 and Table 25 show the detailed results of the performance level turning movement breakout for each unsignalized intersection. The intersection LOS is shown graphically in Figure 25 and Figure 26.

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Table 2‐4 Existing (2009) Level of Service for Unsignalized Intersections AM Peak Hour PM Peak Hour
Table 2‐4
Existing (2009) Level of Service for Unsignalized Intersections
AM Peak Hour
PM Peak Hour
Unsignalized Intersection
Delay
LOS
V/C
Delay
LOS
V/C
US 93 & Riverside Cutoff
Westbound Left
22.7
C
0.30
38.1
E
0.39
Westbound Right
9.9
A
0.02
11.6
B
0.09
Southbound Left
8.5
A
0.05
10.1
B
0.03
Old Corvallis Road/Mill Street & Fairgrounds
Road
Eastbound Left/Thru/Right
8.1
A
0.06
8.0
A
0.05
Westbound Left/Thru/Right
7.8
A
0.01
8.1
A
0.01
Northbound Left/Thru/Right
15.4
C
0.07
16.5
C
0.13
Southbound Left/Thru/Right
13.9
B
0.18
19.5
C
0.38
Freeze Lane & Fairgrounds Road
Westbound Left/Thru
7.4
A
0.01
7.8
A
0.00
Northbound Left
10.4
B
0.04 11.1
B
0.02
Northbound Right
8.7
A
0.01
9.5
A
0.00
Eastside Highway & Fairgrounds Road
Eastbound Left/Right 13.9
B
0.20 20.8
C
0.47
Northbound Left/Thru
8.3
A
0.02
7.9
A
0.03
Eastside Highway & Kurtz Road
Eastbound Left/Thru/Right
8.5
A
0.20
7.6
A
0.01
Westbound Left/Thru/Right
7.7
A
0.02
8.2
A
0.02
Northbound Left/Thru/Right 61.5
F
0.68 25.2
D
0.48

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JUNE 3, 2009 Southbound Left 41.4 E 0.04 17.9 C 0.01 Southbound Thru/Right 26.5 D 0.42
JUNE 3, 2009
Southbound Left
41.4
E
0.04
17.9
C
0.01
Southbound Thru/Right
26.5
D
0.42
16.3
C
0.26
Eastside Highway & Black Lane/Bass Lane
Eastbound Left/Thru/Right
23.1
C
0.25
44.9
E
0.66
Westbound Left/Thru/Right
22.1
C
0.37
23.6
C
0.23
Northbound Left/Thru/Right
8.6
A
0.02
8.1
A
0.01
Southbound Left/Thru/Right
7.9
A
0.02
8.6
A
0.03
3rd Street & Main Street
Eastbound Left/Thru/Right
8.86
A
10.75 B
Westbound Left/Thru/Right
8.70
A
9.34
A
Northbound Left/Thru/Right
8.00
A
8.90
A
Southbound Left/Thru/Right
8.03
A
9.07
A
4th Street & Main Street
Eastbound Left/Thru/Right
9.45
A
10.79 B
Westbound Left/Thru/Right
8.95
A
9.16
A
Northbound Left/Thru/Right
8.78
A
9.12
A
Southbound Left/Thru/Right
8.41
A
8.92
A
Table 2‐5
Existing (2009) Level of Service for Unsignalized Intersections
AM Peak Hour
PM Peak Hour
Unsignalized Intersection
Delay
LOS
V/C
Delay
LOS
V/C
Golf Course Road & Big Corral Road
Eastbound Left/Thru
8
A
0.29
7.7
A
0.06
Southbound Left/Right 11.2
B
0.14 11.9
B
0.22

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Golf Course Road & Kurtz Lane ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ JUNE 3, 2009 ‐ ‐ Eastbound
Golf Course Road & Kurtz Lane
JUNE 3, 2009
Eastbound Left/Thru
8.3
A
0.07 7.8
A
0.02
Southbound Left/Right
13.8
B
0.18
12.9
B
0.23
Eastside Highway & Tammany Lane
Westbound Left/Right
12.1
B
0.12
16.3
C
0.27
Southbound Left/Thru
7.7
A
0.03
8.4
A
0.05
Eastside Highway & Airport Road
Westbound Left/Right 10.1
B
0.02 12.9
B
0.07
Southbound Left/Thru
7.7
A
0.01
8.4
A
0.02
The existing conditions LOS study in the Hamilton Area shows that two signalized and three unsignalized
intersections are currently functioning at LOS D or lower. These five intersections indicate potential
opportunities for closer examination and further intersection improvement measures to mitigate
“operational” conditions. These are shown in Table 2‐6.
Table 2‐6
Existing Intersections Functioning at a LOS D or Lower
Intersection
AM Peak PM Peak
US 93 & Pine Street
S
F
D
US 93 & Golf Course Road/Hope Avenue
S
E
C
US 93 & Riverside Cutoff
U
C
E
Kurtz Lane & Marcus Street/Eastside Highway
U
F
D
Eastside Highway & Black Lane/Bass Lane
U
C
E

(S)ignalized

(U)nsignalized

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Ma s o n Ln
Bra d y L n
Bass Ln
Black Ln
C
E
C ha d s R d
Ea g l e L n
H am i lto n
H e i g hts R d
Be l l L n
Mi h a ra L n
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Bl o d ge tt Vi e w D r
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See Detai l
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Me
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Pine St
D ee r R u n R d
Wya n t L n
Tammany Ln
Ea s t Tam m a n y Tr l
W Main St
Bedford St
Lo v e rs Ln
Ravalli St
Golf Cour se Rd
Desta St
N ig h th a w k L n
Grove St
Md
C ir
Grundy Ln
C on i fe r Trl
Li n co l n L n
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Riverside Cutoff
Angel Ln
C
E
Blodgett View Dr
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West River Rd
Skyline Dr
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Antigone Dr
River Farm Trl
C
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Copper C t
Alley
B
C
Pennsylvania Ave
C
C
Fair gr ounds Rd
Adirondac Ave
B
B
High Rd
Alley
North Hillcrest D r
Weber Dr
Adirondac Ave
New Yor k Ave
Foxfield St
Franklin Ave
Saranac Ave
Parker St
B
B
B
D
River St
Tammany Hl
!
Pine St
Bayberry Ln
!
Mar cus St
Cherry St
F
D
B
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Westwood Dr
Pinckney St
W Main St
B
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B
C
A
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Hattie Ln
A
B
State St
Tammany Ln
Bedford St
Bedford St
Tailgate Ln
Madison St
E Ravalli St
E Desmet St
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Ravalli St
A
B
Desmet St
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Desta St
E Desta St
Baker St
Golf Cour se Rd
S 6th St
Hope Ave
B
B
Grove St
Montana Ave
Roosevelt Ln
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Bailey Ave
E
C
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Shady Ln
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Intersection Study US 93 Adirondac Avenue / Fairgrounds Road US 93
Intersection Study
US 93
Adirondac Avenue /
Fairgrounds Road
US 93

US 93 & Adirondac Avenue/Fairgrounds Road

Intersection Study US 93 Adirondac Avenue / Fairgrounds Road US 93 US 93 & Adirondac Avenue/Fairgrounds
Intersection Study US 93 Adirondac Avenue / Fairgrounds Road US 93 US 93 & Adirondac Avenue/Fairgrounds
Intersection Study US 93 Pine Street US 93
Intersection Study
US 93
Pine Street
US 93
Intersection Study US 93 Pine Street US 93 US 93 & Pine Street

US 93 & Pine Street

Intersection Study US 93 Pine Street US 93 US 93 & Pine Street
Intersection Study US 93 Main Street / Marcus Street Main Street US 93
Intersection Study
US 93
Main Street /
Marcus Street
Main Street
US 93

US 93 & Main Street/Marcus Street

Intersection Study US 93 Main Street / Marcus Street Main Street US 93 US 93 &
Intersection Study US 93 Main Street / Marcus Street Main Street US 93 US 93 &
Intersection Study US 93 Ravalli Street Ravalli Street US 93
Intersection Study
US 93
Ravalli Street
Ravalli Street
US 93
Intersection Study US 93 Ravalli Street Ravalli Street US 93 US 93 & Ravalli Street

US 93 & Ravalli Street

Intersection Study US 93 Ravalli Street Ravalli Street US 93 US 93 & Ravalli Street
Intersection Study US 93 Hope Avenue Golf Course Road US 93
Intersection Study
US 93
Hope Avenue
Golf Course Road
US 93

US 93 & Golf Course Road/Hope Avenue

Intersection Study US 93 Hope Avenue Golf Course Road US 93 US 93 & Golf Course
Intersection Study US 93 Hope Avenue Golf Course Road US 93 US 93 & Golf Course
Intersection Study US 93 Riverside Cutoff US 93
Intersection Study
US 93
Riverside Cutoff
US 93

US 93 & Riverside Cutoff

Intersection Study US 93 Riverside Cutoff US 93 US 93 & Riverside Cutoff
Intersection Study US 93 Riverside Cutoff US 93 US 93 & Riverside Cutoff

Intersection Study

Old Corvallis Road Fairgrounds Road Adirondac Avenue Mill Street
Old Corvallis Road
Fairgrounds Road
Adirondac Avenue
Mill Street

Old Corvallis Road/Mill Street & Fairgrounds Road

Intersection Study Old Corvallis Road Fairgrounds Road Adirondac Avenue Mill Street Old Corvallis Road/Mill Street &
Intersection Study Old Corvallis Road Fairgrounds Road Adirondac Avenue Mill Street Old Corvallis Road/Mill Street &

Intersection Study

Fairgrounds Road Fairgrou n ds Road Freeze Lane
Fairgrounds Road
Fairgrou n ds Road
Freeze Lane

Freeze Lane & Fairgrounds Road

Intersection Study Fairgrounds Road Fairgrou n ds Road Freeze Lane Freeze Lane & Fairgrounds Road
Intersection Study Fairgrounds Road Fairgrou n ds Road Freeze Lane Freeze Lane & Fairgrounds Road

Intersection Study

Eastside Highway Fairgrounds Road Eastside Highway
Eastside Highway
Fairgrounds Road
Eastside Highway

Eastside Highway & Fairgrounds Road

Intersection Study Eastside Highway Fairgrounds Road Eastside Highway Eastside Highway & Fairgrounds Road
Intersection Study Eastside Highway Fairgrounds Road Eastside Highway Eastside Highway & Fairgrounds Road
Intersection Study Kurtz Lane Eastside Highway Marcus Street Kurtz Lane
Intersection Study
Kurtz Lane
Eastside Highway
Marcus Street
Kurtz Lane

Kurtz Lane & Eastside Highway

Intersection Study Kurtz Lane Eastside Highway Marcus Street Kurtz Lane Kurtz Lane & Eastside Highway
Intersection Study Kurtz Lane Eastside Highway Marcus Street Kurtz Lane Kurtz Lane & Eastside Highway
Intersection Study Eastside Highway Black Lane Black Lane Eastside Highway
Intersection Study
Eastside Highway
Black Lane
Black Lane
Eastside Highway

Eastside Highway & Black Lane/Bass Lane

Intersection Study Eastside Highway Black Lane Black Lane Eastside Highway Eastside Highway & Black Lane/Bass Lane
Intersection Study Eastside Highway Black Lane Black Lane Eastside Highway Eastside Highway & Black Lane/Bass Lane
Intersection Study 2nd Street Main Street Main Street 2nd Street
Intersection Study
2nd Street
Main Street
Main Street
2nd Street

2nd Street & Main Street

Intersection Study 2nd Street Main Street Main Street 2nd Street 2nd Street & Main Street
Intersection Study 2nd Street Main Street Main Street 2nd Street 2nd Street & Main Street
Intersection Study 3rd Street Main Street Main Street 3rd Street
Intersection Study
3rd Street
Main Street
Main Street
3rd Street

3rd Street & Main Street

Intersection Study 3rd Street Main Street Main Street 3rd Street 3rd Street & Main Street
Intersection Study 3rd Street Main Street Main Street 3rd Street 3rd Street & Main Street
Intersection Study 4th Street Main Street Main Street 4th Street
Intersection Study
4th Street
Main Street
Main Street
4th Street

4th Street & Main Street

Intersection Study 4th Street Main Street Main Street 4th Street 4th Street & Main Street
Intersection Study 4th Street Main Street Main Street 4th Street 4th Street & Main Street

Intersection Study

Big Corral Road Golf Course Road
Big Corral Road
Golf Course Road

Big Corral Road & Golf Course Road

Intersection Study Big Corral Road Golf Course Road Big Corral Road & Golf Course Road
Intersection Study Big Corral Road Golf Course Road Big Corral Road & Golf Course Road

Intersection Study

Kurtz Lane Golf Course Road Grantsdale Road
Kurtz Lane
Golf Course Road
Grantsdale Road

Kurtz Lane & Golf Course Road

Intersection Study Kurtz Lane Golf Course Road Grantsdale Road Kurtz Lane & Golf Course Road
Intersection Study Kurtz Lane Golf Course Road Grantsdale Road Kurtz Lane & Golf Course Road

Intersection Study

Eastside Highway Tammany Lane Eastside Highway
Eastside Highway
Tammany Lane
Eastside Highway

Eastside Highway & Tammany Lane

Intersection Study Eastside Highway Tammany Lane Eastside Highway Eastside Highway & Tammany Lane
Intersection Study Eastside Highway Tammany Lane Eastside Highway Eastside Highway & Tammany Lane

Intersection Study

Eastside Highway Fairgrounds Road Airport Road Eastside Highway
Eastside Highway
Fairgrounds Road
Airport Road
Eastside Highway

Eastside Highway & Airport Road

Intersection Study Eastside Highway Fairgrounds Road Airport Road Eastside Highway Eastside Highway & Airport Road
Intersection Study Eastside Highway Fairgrounds Road Airport Road Eastside Highway Eastside Highway & Airport Road