With a population of 1,817 (US Census 2008 estimates), Victor is the largest city in Teton County, Idaho. According to the US Census, Teton County experienced a growth rate of almost 47 percent from 2000 to 2008, due in large part to its proximity to rapidly growing Jackson, Wyoming, which is only about 25 miles away over Teton Pass. While growth has slowed considerably during the current economic slump, the City of Victor is undertaking a transportation plan to ensure that it is prepared to meet growth and changing conditions in the future.
This report states the goals and objectives of the transportation plan, lists the issues to be addressed by the plan, and describes existing conditions on the transportation system. Existing conditions are described for the following system elements:
- Existing street network connectivity, traffic control, parking, and functional classification;
- Existing traffic volumes, operations, and safety conditions; and
- Existing transit services and facilities.