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January 21, 2009

Mr. Shaker Sadasivam


Ananda, LLC
1950 Pine Run Drive
Chesterfield, Missouri 63017

Re: ADDENDUM
Proposed Residential Development and Ananda Hindu Temple
Byrnesville, Missouri
CBB Job No. 139-08

Dear Mr. Sadasivam:

The traffic impact study completed for the proposed multi-use development in Byrnesville, Missouri
was based on the site plan provided at the commencement of the study dated July 17, 2008. Based
on that site plan the residential component of the development had a total of 107 residential units
(comprised of 74 single-family homes, 24 condominiums and 9 townhomes). It is our understanding
that the latest site development plan being considered has a total of 94 residential units (comprised of
74 single-family homes and 20 townhomes).

As presented in the Janaury 20, 2009 study, traffic forecasts for these uses were developed using
data provided in the Trip Generation Manual. The number of trips generated by the residential
component of the original development plan during each of the morning and evening peak periods
was calculated as shown in Table 1.

Table 1
Trip Generation Estimate for the Proposed Residential Component of the Ananda Temple Site
July 17, 2008 Site Plan
Weekday AM Peak Hour PM Peak Hour
Land Use Units
(ADT) In Out Total In Out Total
Single Family Home 74 790 15 45 60 55 30 85
Condo/Townhome 33 250 5 20 25 15 10 25

Total Trips 1,040 20 65 85 70 40 110

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Mr. Shaker Sadasivam
January 21, 2009
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Consequently, the residential component of the original site plan studied was expected to generate a
total of 85 and 110 new trips during the a.m. and p.m. peak hours, respectively.

Using the same trip generation rates provided in the Trip Generation Manual, the number of trips
generated by the residential component of the latest site development plan during the morning and
evening peak periods was calculated as shown in Table 2. The residential component of the revised
site plan is expected to generate a total of 75 and 100 new trips during the a.m. and p.m. peak hours,
respectively.

Table 2
Trip Generation Estimate for the Proposed Residential Component of the Ananda Temple Site
December 18, 2008 Site Plan
Weekday AM Peak Hour PM Peak Hour
Land Use Units
(ADT) In Out Total In Out Total
Single Family Home 74 790 15 45 60 55 30 85
Townhome 20 165 5 10 15 10 5 15

Total Trips 955 20 55 75 65 35 100

The revised site development plans results in a decrease of approximately 10 vehicles during the
morning and evening peak hours as compared to the trip generation for the original site plan studied.
Given the minimal change in the trip generation, it does not merit a revision of the traffic analyses or
the traffic impact study completed previously.

In summary, the minimal anticipated impact of the proposed development would actually be further
reduced based on the revised site plan as compared to the originally studied site plan. If additional
information is desired, please feel free to contact our office.

Sincerely,

Shawn Lerai White, P.E., PTOE


Senior Traffic Engineer

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