Martin R. Inouye, principal of Omni Means, the firm responsible for traffic studies for the Chandler Ranch Environmental Impact Report, explained his firm's findings at a Feb. 13 public workshop.Inouye
said that when roadway improvements that developers will have to make to compensate for additional traffic generated by Chandler Ranch are required depends on where building on the 837-acre property takes place first.
If construction begins south of Gilead Lane, then these improvements will not have to be made until after the 500th dwelling on Chandler Ranch is constructed, Inouye
Extending Airport Road to connect with Highway 46 East and construction of a new bridge over Huer Huero Creek will not have to be done until after 1,200 dwelling unit s are built, Inouye
said that the increases were due to interregional traffic increases on Highway 46 East and the second had to do with Chandler Ranch itself-the project has changed and the amount of residences have increased while commercial space was reduced.