Cooperstown Intermodal Center (PIN 9805.92)


Final Design Report

Coopertown Intermodal Center (PIN 9805.92) Rev. 9/10/09


Appendix A - Maps, Plans, Profiles & Typical Sections

Appendix B - Environmental Information

Appendix C - Traffic Information

Appendix G - Input from Stakeholders including Public

Appendix H - Right-of-Way Information

Appendix J - Preliminary Opinion of Project Cost

Final Environmental Assessment Form –

Based on the Revised Preferred Alternative, April, 2010

Revised Proposed Acquisitions Map, TRN #1-7

Revised Cost Summary & Preliminary Opinion of Cost April, 2010








Cooperstown attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the nation to this Village of approximately 2,000 residents. Coupled with local businesses, and the fact that Cooperstown is the county seat, make Cooperstown an active, busy community. 

The purpose of the Intermodal Transit Center is to enhance mobility and increase public ridership to the Village along existing transit routes for local and regional commuters and transit users of all modes, including railway, tour and trolley buses; shuttle buses, cars, bicycles and pedestrians. Specific objectives include:

  • Maximize and improve existing parking facilities and transit services using cost effective measures to improve level of service.

  • Address geometric deficiencies along Linden Avenue to improve traffic flow and incorporate appropriate design features to safely accommodate bicycle and pedestrian and ensure ADA compliance within the project limits.

  • Improve overall traffic conditions to reduce delays at the intersection of Walnut Street and Linden Avenue.

  • Correct safety deficiencies around the Cooperstown Youth Baseball Field and Village DPW facility.

  • Correct and eliminate identified pavement deficiencies along Linden Avenue and at parking facilities.