CR 93 (Middlebush Road/Myers Corners Road) Corridor Management Plan

Project Objective
To identify and recommend land use and transportation policies and projects that will improve vehicular and non-vehicular travel for the entire length of CR 93 from State
Route 9D to State Route 376.

Project Status
The project is now complete. The project team has completed a Corridor Management Plan detailing transportation and land use strategies for the corridor, funding mechanisms and implementation responsibilities. See the Project Materials page for more information.

Project History
The CR 93 Corridor Management Plan started as a request from the Town of Wappinger
to Dutchess County Public Works, who recommended that the project be brought to the PDCTC for placement on the Council’s work program. The PDCTC released a Request for Proposals in 2008 and in 2009 selected a team led by Wilbur Smith Associates to assist with development of the plan.

Recent Study Products

Corridor Management Plan

Figures- Part 1 (existing conditions)

Figures- Part 2 (improvement strategies- Route 9D to Ervin Drive)

Figures- Part 3 (improvement strategies- Kent Road to Route 376)


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