I.B.O.B. Feasibility Study

IntroductionIBOB Logo and Purpose

The Town of Irondequoit is pleased to announce that the Irondequoit Bay Outlet Bridge (IBOB) Access Alternatives Study is underway. This study will explore options to provide year-round access across the Bay Outlet and assess whether any reasonable design solutions can provide year-round access to all travelers (vehicles, bikes, pedestrians and boats) while preserving the Irondequoit Bay’s ability to serve as a Safe Harbor.

Click here for feasibility study schedule

Click here for project area map study


Your Input Is Needed

What Alternative is the Best One? - Voting Form
Alternative 1 - Feedback Form
Alternative 2 - Feedback Form
Alternative 3 - Feedback Form
Alternative 4 - Feedback Form
Alternative 5 - Feedback Form


What’s Next?

The final public meeting for this study will be scheduled in December 2017. Please check back for more specific date and time information.


Past Meetings:

October 3, 2017

The Town held its second Public Information Meeting with Fisher Associates on Tuesday, October 3rd at the Irondequoit Town Hall to provide a preliminary synopsis of the planning process to date and discuss the five alternatives being evaluated for feasibility. The meeting also included a review of the preliminary analysis of the alternatives.

Feedback at this public meeting will further help with the development of the final recommendation(s) advanced through the study.

Click here to view the video of the October 3 Public Info. Meeting

 

April 12, 2017

The Town held a Public Information Meeting with Fisher Associates on Wednesday, April 12 to talk about the planning process, the existing conditions analysis, and next steps associated with the study of potential year-round access.

Click here to view the PowerPoint from the April 12 Public Info. Meeting

Click here to view the video of the April 12 Public Info. Meeting

Fill out a Comment Sheet by clicking here

There will be another Public Information Meeting held on Tuesday, October 3 at 7:00PM.