Yellowstone Corridor Plan (2003)

Yellowstone Corridor Plan Update (2016)

Public input and feedback is being sought on the update of the Yellowstone Corridor Plan.  A website (www.yellowstoneupdate.com ) has been launched to allow the public to provide  comments on an interactive map.  This map will help identify areas where there are concerns about congestion, safety, bicycle travel, pedestrian travel, transit access, safety, other concerns with the transportation system along Yellowstone Corridor.

Yellowstone Corridor Plan (2003)

Yellowstone Corridor (PDFs)

Introduction and Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 Section 7 Section 8 Appendix A (first half) Appendix A (second half) Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F Appendix G Appendix H Appendix I Yellowstone is the most important street in the urban area, with the exception of the interstate highways. Yellowstone is the backbone of the region’s transportation system, serving to connect neighborhoods, business districts, residents and their jobs, and Pocatello and Chubbuck. Few people drive it from end to end or use it to pass through the area. It is a regional highway. Yellowstone Highway services the urban area rather than connecting rural parts of the state. Trips are much shorter, with origins and destinations occurring wholly within the urban area. BTPO, ITD, Bannock County, Pocatello Regional Transit and the cities of Pocatello and Chubbuck undertook the corridor planning process. In initiating the plan, the agencies acknowledged that the region’s economic health and the quality of life of the region’s residents are intertwined with the facility’s function. The Plan will help improve the corridor in the future and ensure it continued viability and utility.