Saugerties Area Mobility Analysis

A Route 32, 212, 9W Corridor Area Alternatives Study: Phase II
The Saugerties Area Mobility Analysis (SAMA) is a comprehensive Saugerties area transportation study intended to analyze the existing transportation environment such as congestion and delays, signal timing, railroad crossing safety, truck traffic, roadway geometry, land use, transit service, parking, pedestrian safety issues and identify innovative and feasible solutions based upon public input and technical analysis. The study area includes the Village of Saugerties and portions of both the Town of Saugerties and the Town of Ulster. The SAMA study is comprised of three phases: Phase 1 is the origin and destination survey managed by NYSDOT; Phase 2 is the existing conditions analysis (now underway and managed by UCTC staff); and Phase 3, if recommended, will help analyze the impacts of future alternatives. The project (Phase 2) was initiated in 2005 as a two-year study.

Committee Members

Member Organization
Mark Anduze NYS Thruway Authority
Barbara Budik Town of Saugerties
Mike Campbell Village of Saugerties
Mircea Catona UC Dept. of Public Works
Dennis Doyle UC Planning Board/UCTC
John Dragun Village of Saugerties Business Association
Richard Frisbie Village of Saugerties Business Association
Greg Helsmoortel Town of Saugerties
Mary Leahy Village of Saugerties
Jim Rapoli NYSDOT Region 8
Judith Spektor Town of Saugerties
Leanne Thornton Town of Saugerties
Bill Tobin UCTC
Nick Woerner Town of Ulster
Bob Yerick Village of Saugerties

Final Report

Final Report
SAMA Final Report Appendix