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7 - Item for Discussion/Information Electric-assist bicycle proposed ordinanceDO NOT REMOVE - MEMORANDUM P~B Fi~e Mater~al ,._ . ~-- To. Park & Recreation Advisory Board From- Marni Ratzel, Bicycle / Pedestnan Planner Transportation Droision Sub~ect Discussion Information Item Electric-assist bicycle proposed ordinance Date November 14, 2001 On behalf of the Transportation Division, this is to prowde you with a status of a proposed amendment to the Boulder Revised Code regarding the use of electric assist bicycies within the aty of Boulder The attached memo, distributed to the Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) for the October 8`h meeting, outlines .. background information and staffs recommendation m favor or permitting the use of electric-assisted, pedal-powered bicycles on off-street bicycle facilities. Specifications for typical 2001 model electnc bicycles also are attached as "Attachment A" to the TAB memo for your reference The Transportation Adwsory Board requested staff review and recommendation of the existing ordinance adopted in 1999 Staff presented the electnc bicycle issue and partiapated in a public hearing process hosted by the Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) at their monthly meeting, which convened Monday October 8th. At the ,-- meeting TAB members approved a motion (4-1) making a recommendation to the `~._, City Councd in favor of expanding the use of electnc-assisted bicycles by allowing their operation on mu~ti-use paths and select sidewalks (conforming to regulations governing traditional bicycles) TAB also recommended a one-year review and requested staff to investigate ways to verify the power limitations of the electnc- assisted bicycles Staff is currently working the aty of Boulder Department of Open Space and Mountain Parks to schedule a presentation for their Board of Trustees Comments received will be incorporated by the City Attorney's O~ce to draft the proposed ordin~nce that will be forwarded to City Council for their discussion and finali determination It is anticipated that the proposed Ordinance amendment wdl be heard before the City Councd in First Quarter 2002 I encourage PRAB members to try nding an electnc bicycle The Downtown Mobi~ity Center currently owns and loans an electnc bicycle (eBike) to downtown employees for short errands or to be used as a commuting tool for work PRAB members may contact Jan Ward, Employee Transportation Coordinator, Downtown and Unroersity Hdl Management Division by telephone at 303-413-7316 or e-mail at ward~@ci.boulder co us to reserve the eBike avadable on loan through the Downtown Mobdity Center Please contact me, Marni Ratrel, Bicycle / Pedestnan Planner, Go Boulder - City of Boulder ratzelm@ci boulder.co us or by telephone at 303-441-3266 if you have p^ comments, questions, or are interested m additional mformation ~ DO NOT REMOVE - pRAB File Matenal CITY OF BOULDER ° TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD AGENDA ITEM ,~ MEETING DATE: October 8, 2001 SUBJECT: Pubhc heanng and considerarion of a recommendarion to City Council on amendmg the Boulder Revised Code to permrt the use of electric-assisted, pedal-powered bicycles on off-street bicycle facilities TO: TAB Members FROM: Tracy Wmfree, Acting Director of Pubhc Works for Transportarion Mike Gardner-Sweeney, Transportahon Operations and Plamm~g Coordinator Marni Ratzel, Bicycle & Pedestrian Transportahon Planner PURPOSE: This item provides updated information on the background and use of electric-assisted, pedal- powered bicycles and requests that TAB consider a recommendarion to City Council on '~' amendmg the Boulder Revised Code to permit the use of electnc-asststed, pedal-powered ~"" bicycles on off-street bicycle facilihes BACKGROUND: In July 1999, the Transportation Advisory Boazd (TAB) onginally considered a recommendation proposed by staff to proceed wrth an ordmance rev~sion that would allow the use of electric- assisted, pedal-powered bicycles on both on-street and off-street bicycle facilihes m the c~Ty of Boulder. ~'he TAB held pubhc hearings and discussed the proposed ordinance at its me~ings convened m July, August and September 1999 Dunng the TAB public hearings, there were several speakers who supported allowing electnc-assisted bicycles on both off- and on-street facilrties. However, some citizens and TAB members raised concerns over the vazious users on the multi-use paths and possible safety issues ansing from allowing the electric bicycles on the paths At the September meeting, the Board voted (5-0) to recommend allowmg the use oF electric-assisted, pedal-powered bicycles on the on-street facihties (btke lanes) and to review m one year the use of electnc-assisted bicycles on mulh-use paths On November 16, 1999, the City Council held a first reading of the electric-assisted bicycle ordmance. There were no questions or ~ssues raised at the first reading. The Council moved and approved to publish by title only an ordinance amending Trtle 7, B R C 1981, concemmg electric-assisted bicycles On December 7, 1999, City Council approved on second reading and ,.-~~ consideration to amend Title 7, B.R.C 1981 concermng electnc-assisted bicycles, which allowed ~..r AGENDA ITEM # Page 1 them to be operated m bicycle lanes m the city of Boulder Smce the ordmance was passed, there has been no record of complamts, conflicts or accident occurrences mvolving an electnc-assisted bicycle /'\ ~- The electnc-assisted, pedal-powered bicycle is a combmation of a bicycle and an electnc motor that can be used sepazately or in combmation wtule travehng along a bicycle facility PotenUal users of th~s travel mode include commuters and persons who prefer to travel by bicycle but may not be physically able to complete the tnp mtended wrthout an electnc power assist Staff found merit to this mode alternatrve m that it could expand the potentral bicycle user base and be an opportunrty to work towazd the goals contained m the Transportahon Master Plan (TMP). The TMP, last updated m 1996, estabhshed the goal of doublmg the total number of daily bicycle tnps from 80,000 to 160,000 between 1994 and 2020 Staff considered a vanety of factors surroundmg the poss~ble use of electnc-assisted bicycles on mulh-use paths, mcludmg the speed of electric-ass~sted b~cycles, compatibilrty with other users, alignment wrth goals m the Transportahon Master Plan (TMP) and public mput In analyzmg a possible code change to allow electnc-assisted bicycles to use those facil~ries where they are "' presently prohibrted (mulh-use paths and sidewalks), staff looked at compatibility with other facility users. The pnncipal dishnction between bike lanes and mulri-use paths is the traffic mix On multi- use paths there aze both pedestnans and bicycles In bicycle lanes, only bicycles are currently allowed to operate on the facility The mismatch between user speeds would be much less in lanes. However, most of the electnc-assisted bicycles for sale by retailers have speed capacrt~es of up to 20 mph (this is based on a 1801b person traveling on a flat surface). Attachment A outlmes several 2001 model electric bicycles, tncluding top speed specifications When the electnc motor is m use, there is lrttle to no no~se created The speed of a bicycle usmg /-R, only the electnc power assist is between 13 and 18 mph.l Factors such as slope, rider's weight and ~ terrain affect the speed of the bicycle. As the terram or slope of a bicycle facilrty becomes more di~cult or steep, the speed of the electric power assist will decrease, unless pedal power is used m conjuncrion with the electnc power assist Currently, the Boulder Revised Code states that no person shall dnve m excess of 15 miles per hour on any path or 25 miles per hour on any street upon which no speed limit is posted The speeds of the electnc-assisted bicycles aze compahble with the speed limits establ~shed by the code and the conditions existmg on the bicycle facilihes today The 20-mph speed limrt capacity has been mcluded in thedraft ordmance to specifically establish the performance pazameters under wht~h the electnc bicycles would be permitted on the bicycle facil~hes Followmg up on reseazch conducted in 1999, staff recently talked wrth representahves from commumhes m Missoun, California and Georgia which have passed resolutions or ordmances allowing electric-assisted bicycles to operate on their multi-use paths and streets Based on the expenence of other commiuuties that have allowed electric-assisted bicycles, there has not been a resulting increase in conflicts on mulh-use paths or other bicycle facilrties. In one of the communities interviewed, the bicycles have been in use for seven yeazs with no tustory of conflicts. This spring, the Downtown Mobility Center purchased three electnc bicycles to raise public 7'he speed estimate ~s based on a 180-pound person travelmg on a flat surface ~"4 AGENDA [TEM # Page 2 awazeness of th~s altemate commute option Two bicycles were donated and raffled as grand prizes for Walk and Bike Week 2001 and the Green Transportation Awards, concludmg the Foot Race ~,~„ senes The remaining bicycle is available on loan to downtown employees that work withm the ~ CAGID / BID azea. Indrviduals that sign out the electnc bicycle aze provided a short traimng session that educates them on the operarion of the vehicle and associated traffic rules and regulahons Plans to purchase three additional bicycles m coordinahon with the grand openmg of the Downtown Mobihty Center and make all four btcycles available on loan to the general public are under way To date, several downtown employees have uhlized the electric bicycle and expressed interest m leammg more about where and how to purchase an elecmc bicycle PROPOSED ORDINANCE REVISION The City Attomey's Office (CAO) will mcorporate comments from TAB to draft the proposed ordmance for Crty Council considerarion Whether to permit operarion of electric-assisted, pedal-powered bicycles on all off-street faciliries where tradihonal bicycles aze allowed is a pnmary disrinchon that will guide the language of a proposed ordmance amendment. Staff offers two options for TAB consideration~ A Allow electnc assisted bicycles to operate on all facilihes where traditional bicycles aze allowed (mulh-use paths and sidewalks) B Allow electric assisted bicycles to operate on designated off-street bicycle faciliries (multi-use paths) only and contmue to prohibit the use of electnc assisted bicycles on sidewalks. Though proceeding wIIh option A could cause the definittons of a bicycle and an electric-assisted (""" bicycle to be synonymous, the CAO mcorporated specificahons for capacrty and input power ratmg ~`"' limitations as part of the existing defimt~on m response to concerns expressed by citizens and TAB members in 1999 Therefore, TAB should also cons~der whether to maintain the exishng definihons outlined m the Boulder Revised Code, which aze as follows: "Bicycle" means a vehicle propelled solely by human power applied to pedals upon which any person may nde havmg two tandem wheels or two pazallel wheels and one forward wheel, all of which aze more than fourteen mches in diameter "Electnc assisted bicycle" means a bicycle with a battery powered electric motor with a,~apacrty o£ no more than four hundred watts contmuous mput power ratmg which assists the person pedaimg and which is not capable of propellmg the bicycle and rider at more than twenty miles per hour on level pavement. PUBLIC COMMENT On September 12th, staff presented a non-agenda item at the regulazly scheduled TAB meehng to request TAB comment on revisiring the proposal to permit the use of these bicycles on off-street bicycle facilities in the city of Boulder. One citizen provided testimony in opposition to allowing electnc bikes on off-street bicycle facilihes. To date, staff also received written comments from four citizens, two m opposit~on and two in favor of allowing electric bicycles on off-street bicycle factlrties. These comments are mcluded as Attachment B ~- ~,.. AGENDA ITEM # PaQe 3 PUBLIC PROCESS '", The TAB will hold a public heanng on the proposed ordmance revision at their October 8, 2001, ~.-' TAB meehng. Followmg the pubhc heazing, the TAB will consider a recommendahon to Crty Council regazdmg the ordinance revision. T'he ordinance revision will then be drafted by CAO and forwazded along with the TAB recommendation to City Council for its consideration. City Council's first reading of the proposed Code revision is tentatrvely scheduled for November 2001 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends proceedmg wrth Option A Allow electnc assisted bicycles to operate on all facilmes where tradrtional bicycles aze allowed (multi-use paths and sidewalks). BOARD ACTION REQUESTED: Staff requests TAB consider a recommendation to Crty Council amendmg the Boulder Revised Code to permit the use of electnc-assisted, pedal-powered bicycles on off-street bicycle facilrties Should TAB agree with advancmg a recommendahon, staff also requests that TAB advise on whether to 1 Allow electnc assisted bicycles to operate on all faciliries where traditional bicycles are allowed (mulri-use paths and sidewalks) or to contmue to prohibrt the use of electnc assisted bicycles on sidewalks 2 Amend the existing defimhons of a"bicycle" and an"electnc-assisted bicycle" outhned m the ,~ Boulder Revised Code ~ ATTACHMENTS A. Electnc ass~sted pedal-powered bicycles B Written comments received from D Allured, Premena, M Deragisch, and J. Militzer ~ ~ AGENDA ITEM # Page 4 ""~ ~ ternative ue s eet anager Tool Attachment A Alternative Fuel Vehicle Fleet Buyer's Guide f.'^ t...- Advanced Technology Vehicles .. ,~ ~ , . ~ USPD-Pro Drive 2001 CURRIE ELEC . Vehicle Type uel Configuration t~cker Price stimated ange City op Speed EBI $~ ~~~ 1~ T e U - ro nve as a earty mountam i e esign t at is i ea or n ing on improve trai s and unpaved bike paths. Features mclude handlebaz mounted on-demand vaziabie speed tfiumb throttle, 7-speed shiftmg, and V-brakes The Hi-Torque Electro Drive, 24-volt brushless motor gives this bike a top speed of 18 mph and a maximum range of 18 to 20 miles with nommal pedalmg "~ ^ ~M+~ ~ .~ ~,r ~„ E-Folder 2001 CURRIE ELEC f .~ F~ ~ ~ Vehicle T e Yp uel Configuration hc er Price shmate ange City Top Speed ~ ~~ ~ e- o er is i ea as carry a ong transportation or ers, yac ts, an pnvate aircra o s to one-half its open size for easy storage. This bike average s 14 to 16 miles before needmg to be re- chazged, and can travel up to 14 mph ~ P ~ , ' ,~ ~ E-Police 2001 CURRIE ELEC ~ ~ ~ Vehicle Type ~- ue Configuration ticker Price stimated ange City op Speed BI ~~ ~ 1~ e- o ice pecia rtion is avai a e or s e or resa e on y to aw en orcement agencies an secunty operarions. Police accessones include a Nightrider Law Enforcement Lighting System wrth red or blue lights and siren integrated to the pnmary battery system. The bike is powered by a Hi- Kol Electro Dnve, 24-volt brushless motor which allows this bike to travel 18 mph. Maximum range is 20 miles http://www.fleets doe gov/cgi-bm/fleet/mam cgi?16660,atv1,3 09/24/2001 L111G1130.UVG L Ul.1J 11~.~.~ 1R41~0.b'Vl 1 VVl ~~ ~ ~~ ~ ,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ '~ New Century 2001 ETC ELEC ~ Vehicle Type Fuel Configuration hcker Price shmated Range City Top Speed EBI L 50 16 Powere y t e xpress rec azgea e an remova e attery pac 7), t e New Century has a umque step through design tliat features a handlebaz-mounted tngger. high tension steel frame, and front and rear brakes The New Century is ava~lable as erther a smgle speed (MSRP $550) or three speed (MSRP $650), and can be purchased with or with out the Express power pack Top speed is 16 mph and maximum ra~ge is 10 miles ~' T l 2001 ETC ELEC -.~`'w _.,__~t,,i ~~~ rave er ~r Vehicle Type Fuel Configuration t~cker Price st~mated Range City Top Speed I 55 10 1~ Powere y t e ETC xpress rec argea e an remova e attery pac (M RP ), t e rave er is compact, portable, and foldable wrth a umque quick-re lease mechanism for easy break down and storage Available m erther a 16" or 20" frame, folded di mensions aze 28" x 11 "x 22" f ~ '~- ~~ ~ Folding Mini 2001 EVGLOBAL EL'~C ~ A ` + ~ Vehicle Type ue Configuration ticker Price shmated Range City Top Speed IKE ELE 9 5 I S 1~ T e o mg mi - t e as a compact esign t at o s up or easy storage. e 24 o t rus e DC motor is capable of powenng the bike up to 15 pedal assisted miles on a smgle battery chazge. Bike dimensions aze 32"* 14"*31" ~'~4 ~ a'~ ~ ..~ http 1/www fleets.doe gov/cgi-bin/fleeUmain.cgi~16660,atv1,3 09/24/2001 ATTACHMENT B r"° From: Dave Allured <dallured@mdra com> ~,,,,,, To: Robm Madel <madetr@ci boulder co us> Date: 9/]0/O1 4 59PM Sub~ech Sept ]0 TAB meetmg Elecvic b~ke ordmance To Transportation Adwsory Board C~ty of BoWder C/O Robm Madel, TAB Secretary Dear TAB members, These are my personal commenu about tomghPs TAB agenda rtem no VI A sub 2, electnc b~kes Please do not take these comments as represen[ative of any orgamzat~on or person other than myself After readmg the staff inemo, ~t seems that there wdl not be a s~gnificant mcrease m confl~cts ~f electric-ass~sted b~kes are legalized on Boulder's multruse paths This was the reported expenence m commumhes m M~ssoun; Cahfom~a and Georg~a Therefore I am supportrve of expandmg Boulder's electnc b~ke ordmance to al]ow operavon on mWh-use paths Please support the staff recommendation to contmue w~th staff studies and an Ocrober 8 pubhc hearmg on the ordmance revision Thank you Smcerely, Dave Allured 4231 Eaton Court ~ BoWder, CO 80303 303-499-7466 CC: BldrBike(u~yahoogroups com From: s premena <premzee@~uno com To: <RatzelM@c~ boulder co us> Date: 9/10/Ol 10 SOPM Sub~ect: electr~c bike clanficat~on There is no reason that electric b~kes can't be made ro go very fast for short penods of hme (battery we~gbf IS stdl a big tssue] and tM`e small Lghtwe~ght motors are ava~lable ~f you have the money A bike about equrvalent to a 250cc gasolme engme ~s available m the l,ectra VR24 [go to yahoo com and type it m -look at web hsnngs] About 45MPH top speed and about $3500 now I thmk [$6000 about 3 years ago] Whereas 1 don't expect th~s eqwpment to appear m use m quandty soon (guys like that mtemal combustion nmse} I thmk rt would be w~se to Lm~t machme weight and power A person is about 1/10 horsepower [HP] steady or 1/3 HP for short t~mes A motor puttmg out as much energy as a person is easdy fitted ta a b~ke and gtves great advantage I say save rt for the old folks on the mulu-use paths - these thmgs aze heav~er and make nasry machme no~ses - we already have too much speed on the paths Some of rt~ust from speed skaters nde on! premena ~'""` ~`"~ AGENDA ITEM # Pa~e 7 From: Robm Madel ~ To: Liebmann, Brant, Ratzel, Mamr, Rettew, J~m, Richards, Al~son, Tayer, John, Wmfree, Tracy, Wyss, Jerry "'° Date: 9/12/Ol 10 02AM Sub~ect: letter from crtizen I would like to suggest that NO motonzed vehicles aze allowed on any bilce path No motonzed skateboards, no electr~c b~kes, no mopeds etc the only exceptwn ought to be for motor¢ed wheelchaus for people who are physicatly unable to walk/nde anythmg Michael C Derag~sch Employer Relauons Coordmator UCB133 / Career Serv~ces Unrvers~ry of Colorado Boulder Colondo, 80309 (303)492-4123 Mrehael Deragisch@colorado edu www colorado edu/careerserv~ces From John M~htzer <m~litzer@atd ucar edu> To <ratzelm@c~ boulder co us> Date 9/25/Ol 12 37PM Sub~ect Re Your Post / Elec Bike Proposal Hello Mamy Although mactrve w~th BBC, Dave fonvarded your post to me Fust, congratulanons on bem~ h~red I know they were cazeful and would h~re only the best, h~ghty quahHed person Re E-Bike Proposal I probably can't make the TAB meenng but want to express 110% approval and encoura~ement for stafFs proposal to allow electr~c b~kes full access Frankly rt's ~mportant ~f not cnncal for the future of ndmg m Boulder to do thu I don't need to re-iterate the benefits except to say rt's probably only a matter of ume before rt happens We users can deal with the'cooperatwn on the trails' issues BTW, I saw my first modern ebike m boulder the other day wh~le ndmg m to work Very mce He works at the auport and as a 20year co~ muter wants a boost for the hills Wasn't too hard ro catch h~m even wrth the boost runnmg~nd as a somewhat sfow, 25+year commuter that md~cates h~s has good rop-end ~ovemmg~ Thanks, Good Luck, John M~litzer ~^"~ n"~ AGENDA ITEM # Pa¢e 8 ~- ~~~ r~~ ~~ ~ ~- r ' (.t~ ~~1c~-~~ ~ 1~~~~ ~~-~~ ~ i 1~1~~~ ~r PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT ~ ~~ ~ November 16, 2001 MEMORANDUM To: Parks and Recreation Advisory Board From: Doug Hawthorne, Acting Parks and Recreation Director Re: Discussion Item concerning Encroachment Property Adjacent to Maxwell Lake Park Dunng the past year, the Pazks and Recreation Department has dealt with several property owners that aze encroactung onto property owned by the City at MaYwell Lake Pazk We have been workmg with the City Attomey's office to resolve these issues The owner of a property at 3732 Wonderland Hill Avenue has recently proposed an offer to purchase approe~mately 8,000 square feet of pazkland that ~s bemg encroached upon. We would lilce to discuss ttus issue further with the Board to deternune if there ctught be mterest by the Board at a future meeUng on pursumg the sale and disposal of pazk property, or to detemune another course of action We will provide the Board with a map of the property and photos of the encroachments at the Boazd meedng on November 26, 2001. Any potent~al sale and disposal of park property will need to be heazd at a formal pubhc heanng Due to the late nohficat~on of a proposal, staff did not feei comfortable with rushing ttus through as a formal pubhc heanng item m November ..-~ ~- . ; t~'~,~,t` -~--s~~ ~ .. . , ~,,~ . r y~,~e.w,F ~ b- s ~_ ` , , ` . . . ~ ~ . ,i1 ~ 23' 9a O ESY' 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ _ ___ ~ ~~ ~ . ~~ ~~ al~ _; - -- - - - -~ ~ . ----- -- a~-- -- - ~ '` ~ '~ , . ~ ~ . :, •"`':a';, ~ ~ ~ , ,. ,.- ~ a v \:' . - ~., , .~ Q 1 - ~ r =: . . ' 3 ° ~~J • ir .i . _ - t^ 'i y =.S''. , Z~ A w .. . . M / h ~ ' • . 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