JLUS Report - Page 138

Issue / Strategy ROADWAY CAPACITY (RC) RC-1 Insufficient Queuing Area at Main Gate on Berkeley Blvd. Access to Seymour Johnson AFB during peak periods and reservist weekends causes traffic stacking on public roads. The primary gate located off South Berkeley Blvd. is the most widely used access point but has limited room for vehicle stacking. This lack of space can cause traffic to back up on South Berkeley Blvd. creating a safety hazard. RC-1A Seymour Johnson AFB Coordination MCA Conduct Traffic Impact Analysis Mid-Term    North Carolina Department of Transportation should work with Seymour Johnson AFB, the City of Goldsboro, and Wayne County to develop a traffic impact analysis to quantify traffic stacking impact and Level of Service along Berkeley Blvd. including whether additional queuing is required and what options are available to alleviate vehicle stacking at the intersection. Primary Partner: North Carolina Department of Transportation RC-1B Seymour Johnson AFB Coordination MCA Plan and Budget for Gate Improvements Based on the conclusions of the Feasibility Study for Additional Vehicle Queuing Area at Main Gate in Strategy RC-1A, plan and budget for improvements that address the queuing issue within the Seymour Johnson AFB property including right-of-way acquisition for intersection improvements. Long-Term  RC-1C Seymour Johnson AFB Coordination MCA Promote Carpool Programs Short-Term  Seymour Johnson AFB should promote and incentivize park-and-ride and carpool programs to reduce the number of vehicles entering through the gates during heavy traffic periods.   Page 122 Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report