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Tracking System for Chapter 527 Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) Submissions
The LandTrack system is used to track VDOT’s review of traffic impact analysis (TIA) submissions on proposed land development.
The purpose of the review is to provide information to localities on how development may impact transportation on state highways.
This page provides the number of reviews that were completed on-time or early, as well as the total reviews completed.
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The LandTrack system is used to track the Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) review of Traffic Impact Analysis submissions as required by § 15.2-2222.1 of the Code of Virginia (Chapter 527 of the 2006 Acts of Assembly) and the Traffic Impact Analysis Regulations, 24 VAC 30-155-10 et seq.
Roads are a critical public resource and constitute a major investment of the public’s money. Traffic impacts caused by new development – a reduction in the traffic carrying capacity of the highways, more crashes and traffic congestion – can be very costly for state government and local governments, as well as the broader community.
In 2006, the General Assembly enacted Chapter 527 to expand VDOT’s role in providing transportation related assistance to local governments in their land planning and development review process.
Chapter 527 requires localities to submit to VDOT for review proposed comprehensive plans and amendments, and traffic impact analysis studies on rezonings for land development proposals that will have a significant impact on state highways. The regulations establish the rules and procedures that control when a proposal must be submitted, what must be included in a submission, the response times, and the associated fees. VDOT will review and provide written comments to the local government on the traffic impact of each submission. The locality may take official action on the proposal after receiving VDOT’s advisory comments.
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