Thanks for attending our Northland Area Mobility Study Open House

Date: March 13, 2019


Thanks to the 26 individuals who attended our March 11 open house on the Northland Area Mobility Study, which is focused on potential safety improvements for pedestrians, bicyclists, bus riders and drivers within the study area. 

In coordination with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), the Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA), and the Centre Regional Planning Agency, Ferguson Township is conducting this transportation mobility study to identify potential improvements in the Northland area, which includes portions of North Atherton Street, Martin Street, Blue Course Drive, Clinton Avenue, Cherry Lane, and Aaron Drive.

The Township and its consultant, McCormick Taylor, expect to present the final study to the Ferguson Township Board of Supervisors at its Regular Meeting on Monday, May 6.

The Township also  sought public comments on transportation mobility and safety issues, as well as recommendations for improvements in the study area, through an online survey that participants completed in October.

Each represents potential transportation improvements to the Northland area

Objectives and Schedule

WikiMapping Online Survey Points and Focus Area

Study Area with Concepts Overview_Regional Bikeway Connections

Blue Course Drive Transit Stops and Bikeway Alignment Options

Blue Course Drive Clinton Bikeway West Section

Blue Course_Clinton Bkwy Central Section Shared Use Path Option

Blue Course Drive Central Section Cycle Track Option

Blue Course Drive Bikeway East Section

Martin Street North Herman Drive Roundabout

Martin Street South Bus Turnouts_Enhanced Pedestrian Crossing

Intersection Lighting Study and Recommendations

Pedestrian Network and Sidewalk Gaps 

Crash Trends

Operational Changes Slides

Fillable Comment Form

Photo Gallery: Northland Area Mobility Study Open House, March 11, 2019