This project included an update of the 2014 Transportation Management Plan (TMP) for Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (JBAB). The overall goals of the TMP are to enhance mobility and transportation options, mitigate any future traffic impacts related to JBAB’s growth and development, and improve air quality by seeking to reduce the number of single-occupancy vehicle trips. The strategies outlined in the TMP are designed to optimize traffic flow, connectivity, and safety by encouraging residents and base personnel to reduce single-occupancy vehicle trips. The project required expertise in the review of real property inventories and the implementation of master planning tools.
Because of JBAB’s location in the National Capital Region, the updates to the TMP had to be sensitive to the geographic context and required coordination with external entities. The process required input from key stakeholders outside the base to understand growth in the area and interviews with base personnel to identify areas for policy improvements, general deficiencies, and travel growth projections.
The final comprehensive report provided detailed, yet flexible plans that will be used to guide development and transportation actions. The project team outlined strategies sorted into categories of infrastructure improvements, mobility choices, communications, and coordination.