The project can be summarized in three general phases, presented below. The existing conditions phase gathers some of the relevant data and begins to shape the initial need for the project. The public involvement phase, which overlaps with existing conditions, begins to formulate potential alternatives with feedback from those who use the corridor daily. Feedback from the public helps us refine, evaluate, and eliminate some potential alternatives so that we arrive at a locally-preferred alternative strategy. The final phase involves documenting this entire corridor study process in a consistent and concise manner so that the project may proceed into engineering-level design.