Town Of Ulster
 Transportation Plan 

Transportation Plan

In 1989, Roger Creighton Associates created a report and made recommendations to Town of Ulster Planner, James Freiband. The recommendations were various maps, tables and illustrations which summarized the results of the study, entitled, "Town of Ulster Transportation Management Plan". The report described a land use/transportation study conducted in the Town of Ulster and produced a traffic management plan for an area of the Town that included the Route 9W, Route 32, and Sawkill Road corridors. The plan identified land use goals for the Town along with transportation improvements needed to serve that level of development. In 1989, the Town of Ulster made application to New York State Department of Transportation for funding participation in the Route 9W Transportation Corridor Improvements Program. This request was for funding and approval of transportation improvements for the construction of 14, 400 feet of new collector roadway. The result of this report, study, and project ultimately led to the development of John Clark Drive, Miron Lane, and Frank Sottile Boulevard. The final report of this study was completed on January 10, 1990 and can be found on our Town Website for public access.