Transportation Facilities Sample Clauses

Transportation Facilities. The HGO shall provide local transport facilities in Saudi Arabia as below
Transportation Facilities. 63 4. Outgoings ............................................................... 63 5. Statutory requirements .................................................. 63 6. Representations ......................................................... 64 7. Fees of the Estate Surveyor and the Accountant .......................... 64 8. Management .............................................................. 64 9. Insurance ............................................................... 64 10. Public activities ....................................................... 65 11. Public toilets .......................................................... 65 12. Miscellaneous items ..................................................... 65
Transportation Facilities. In transportation facilities, in addition to the requirements of 217.4.1 through 217.4.4, where at least one public pay telephone serves a particular entrance to a bus or rail facility, at least one public TTY shall be provided to serve that entrance. In airports, in addition to the requirements of 217.4.1 through 217.4.4, where four or more public pay telephones are located in a terminal outside the security areas, a concourse within the security areas, or a baggage claim area in a terminal, at least one public TTY shall be provided in each location.
Transportation Facilities. In addition to the requirements of 206.4.2, 206.4.3, and 206.4.5 through 206.4.9, transportation facilities shall provide entrances in accordance with 206.4.4.
Transportation Facilities. As used in this context refers to any transportation facilities which have been identified in a Transportation Element or Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) as needing capacity improvements to support planned development.
Transportation Facilities. None of the roads and highways within the vicinity of the site will be physically impacted by the construction. The roads and highways within the vicinity and region of the site will experience an increase of approximately 3,200 vehicle trips (it was estimated that each construction worker would commute individually, and 50 additional miscellaneous trips would occur throughout the day) and 100 truck deliveries during the peak hours of the workday. However, these roads and highways are two-lane rural highways that are not heavily traveled and can withstand the increase in vehicular traffic. Additionally, it is expected that the construction forces will be living in dispersed areas nearly uniform in all directions from the site, and will therefore travel relatively uniform in all directions.To determine impact of additional workers on traffic, average daily traffic counts were obtained from IDOT's website for IL Route 54 and 10. Near the EGC ESP Facility, 2,750 cars and trucks and 2,000 cars and trucks travel daily on IL Route 54 and 10, respectively (IDOT, 2003). According to IDOT's Bureau of Design and Environmental Manual, the typical average daily traffic count for a rural 2-lane highway is 5,000 cars and trucks (IDOT, 1999). The EGC ESP Facility would add an additional 1,650 cars and trucks to each highway. This was estimated assuming a total of 3,200 vehicle trips, plus 100 truck deliveries, and it was assumed that traffic was divided equally between IL Route 54 and 10. Based on the addition of the average daily traffic counts and the expected number of additional trips due to construction, the additional construction workers would not put an excessive amount of burden on the roadways near the EGC ESP Facility.During the construction of the CPS Facility, 9,000 construction workers were employed; three times the maximum amount that will be utilized for the construction of the EGC ESP Facility. During this time, congestion problems occurred entering and exiting the site at the beginning and end of shifts, and lasted approximately ten to fifteen minutes. Based on this experience, it is expected that there will be a limited amount (less than 10 minutes) of congestion during construction of the EGC ESP Facility, which will be limited to times of shift changes.
Transportation Facilities. Off-site auto and pedestrian facilities may be required by the Planning Commission, Planning Director or Public Works Director consistent with the Columbia County Road Standards and the Columbia County Transportation Systems Plan. Finding 13: As the proposal relates to development in flood hazard areas and wetland and riparian areas, these items were discussed in detail in Findings 9 and 10 respectively. Preserving natural areas on the property were discussed in Finding 4 of this Staff report. While there are no identified historic structures or known cultural sites, the St. Helens Golf Course is identified in the Columbia County Comprehensive Plan as an important private recreational facility that has provided much needed recreational opportunities to the citizens of Columbia County. The applicant also submitted a lighting plan which shows the proposed locations and general design of the internal lighting. These will be required to not shine directly onto adjacent properties.There is no indication that the proposal will create a situation that it will not conserve energy. All proposed structures will be located within landscaped areas and will be oriented to conform to the existing landscape. Transportation facilities have been discussed in detail throughout this Staff Report, and has been found to be inadequate for the proposed RV park put forth for DR 22-04. Staff finds that DR 22-04 satisfies all of the criteria listed in Section 1563 except for subsection G related to Transportation Facilities. Continuing with Zoning Ordinance Section 1550: 1564 Final Site Plan Approval: If the Planning Director or Planning Commission approves a preliminary site plan, the applicant shall finalize all the site drawings and submit them to the Director for review. If the Director finds the final site plan conforms with the preliminary site plan, as approved by the Director or Planning Commission, the Director shall give approval to the final site plan. Minor differencesbetween the preliminary site plan and the final site plan may be approved by the Director. These plans shall be attached to the building permit application and shall become a part of that permit. Finding 14: The preliminary site plan, once approved, is of record to the County Building Official and other departments. Its contents dictate their review and standards. As such the final site plan shall be approved only if it conforms with the preliminary site plan reviewed and approved by the Planning Commissio...