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6A - 2003-2008 CIP Transportation/Municipal Airport~ Trans ortation/ p Munici al p Air ort p ~~ ~J ~ TRANSPORTATION FUND 2003 - 2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM • • OVERVI~ W The 2003 Transportation Fund Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $7,441,500. The CIP has been developed within the context of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and the TMP prioritization with the identified modal emphasis. The plan goals and priorities were used in allocating funds and prioritizing projects. The TMP is underpinned by the concept of investing in our transportation infrastructure to maintain today's level of service (LOS). The goals/objectives are stated in terms of no increase in traffic congestion. The investment strategy is based on making significant improvements to the pedestrian, bicycle and transit systems. Transportation Fund 2003-2008 CIP - Modal Investment Breakout 2003 2003-2008 Modal/Functional Area $ % $ % Pedestrian 2,673,220 36% 11,704,651 34% Bicycle 2,158,326 29% 8,210,279 24% Transit 1,379,397 19% 6,405,674 19% Roadway 1,030,556 14% 6,832,896 20% Travel Demand Management (TDM)* 0 0% 0 0% Mitigation 100,000 1% 600,000 2% Other 100,000 1% 600,000 2% Total 7,441,500 100% 34,353,500 100% *Note: TDM programs are included in the operating budget. The TMP is based on implementing a balanced multimodai-based transportation system. The TMP advocates that we: • adequately preserve the existing infrastructure • strive to increase safety • maximize the efficiency of our existing systems (pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and roadway • enhance mobility through investments in the completion of the alternative transportation system (pedestrian, bicycle, and transit) The TMP advocates that this multimodal-based investment strategy be focused in a system of six east-west and four north-south corridors that constitute the designated multimodal corridor grid. TMP priorities form the base for funding allocation. Investment on enhancements to the modal systems is focused in multimodal corridors. With limited resources, investments are focused on the highest priority corridors. • ~ Transportation Master Plan Prioritization Prioritization discussions with Council and TAB established strong policy direction on the city's transportation investment strategy. At Council's direction, staff has crafted the budget in accordance with the recommendations of Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Prioritization. Beginning in 2001, the budget was refocused to emphasize implementation of the alternative transportation systems with reallocation $1M to bicycle/ pedestrian improvements and transidtransit pass programs. This year's proposed budget builds on this foundation, within the fiscal realities of a slowing economy and reduced city revenues for transportation. FINANCING Funding for city transportation projects come from several different sources. A dedicated sales tax, Highway Users Tax, County Road and Bridge funds, State Highway Maintenance and Landscape Funds and Transportation Equity Act for the 2151 Century (TEA-21) federal funds primarily support the Transportation Fund. Sales tax revenue represents approximately 63% of Transportation Fund revenue. The economic • downturn has slowed to the point that based on first quarter revenue, the revised 2002 sales tax forecast is currently a 10% decrease. With the 2002 base lowered, all subsequent year forecasts resulted in approximately a$15M loss in sales tax revenue over the next seven years. In order to balance the fund, significant reductions were made in 2002. Reduction Strategy Based on revenue projections, staff has developed a reduction sCrategy to lower transportation spending while maintaining integrity with program objectives. Principles of this strategy are: • Maintain the integrity of the Transportation Prioritization approach developed with Council two years ago. • Scale back system expansion while continuing to make progress on the multi-modal system. • Achieve sustainable reductions. • All modes across all programs including CIP aze included. • TIP funding was considered for future budget program impacts. Priority is placed for maintaining leveraged funding. 2003-2008 Canital Improvements Pro¢ram The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) has been developed in support of TMP prioritization with the identified modal emphasis. Reductions were focused on enhancement to the • infrastructure w6ile preserving leveraged external funding sources. A tabulation of reductions is provided below. 2 • ~.t~S- i t ~r E izk ry~fi~ ~F{fi j;~~ Y .3 . r du s ( ~ : ! {~e ~Si. .f i~r N ~'tt ti.~ry yn$~::µ~ii ig n„u'_y z~~ ~~~'j~,t~ P ~ I ~i"~r e M1 ~~9 # ~4~{a "~HV~V M h <«">cyf ~,~ .i~ Z kt ~ M ~ r ~~ ~'1(I 1~ i }.r ~.' 4 i..au ~ 3~ir~r„~ ~n; ~ ~1~2~ °iPS y ~i ~ .{~~ y S,~ ~ F 5 ~t (~~ I ~ (L}e ~ `". t( ~~ ~ i~ ~ q' . . ~ , J~ . E ]t3 y lt .a~"~~~~~ ~ ~' y'2 ~~4'.~"P~ ~ ~i` ~F'r'v'j~~ i.1~Xh~t~ ,{ ~' j Li~t` tit ~i~ L .Y ~.~ ~ {~ S ! ~ 3~ , .. :t i ~~k~ Ih~.;4^~} . T jJ~ lY fh ~~I~I (. ~ tt ~ (~ ' ~It k 9 ~ k¢ 1 ~ ~ r ~ i ~ +S~ e { rc ~ ~~ ~,~/FH ' ,* ~ ~'~f g~ ~f ~~~~~~{ j~ ~ ~'l• i ~~' fi^1 ~~~~ ~~ t ? ' ~4 ~ tj~t i~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ j~~j~ y4 ~-"'-£c;t~iN J 8. ~ e P y ~~ €~T~ ~y1 ~~ i~ y ~a ~}~~,2t~~ ~`":~'" ~`4 ~ ~( .. .r f ~ {. 1' t^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . d ~~ ~} ~t' i p {i~d {J `~ S 4 t~4~ k~ ~ id ~ g i ¢ ~}}}~ ^~ ~ n . ~/ . ~SA~ ~~~~ J~ ~~t E~ ~. r.~ l ~ 4 etdH{~.h.l{..I ~~ ~I r :~ R:tiY' ~IF~ft i M .3 t F~+ S. :349,5{ ~.t }X,. h3 . % uR * ~.Ff3 M y i Pedastrian Facilities - 35% less improved pedestrian crossings and ($100,000) $290,000 $190,000 Enhancement missin sidewalk links Pedestrian Facilifies - 15% less sidewalk repair as part of the sidewalk ($120,000) $800,000 $680,000 Repair program (approxima[ely Z,400 sq, yds less sidewalk re air). Bikeways - Enhancements 35% less new bicycle trails, connections, and ($170,000) $475,000 $305,000 other facilities. Transit - Enhancements 35% less new transit facilities including conerete ($60,000) $173,000 $113,000 pads, shelters, benches, trash receptacles and bike racks. 28[h Stree[ Im rovements Reduc[ion will extend time to com lete ro'ect. ($100,000) $1,900,000 $1,800,000 63rd Stree[ Desi n fundin reduced. $100,000) $20Q000 $100,000 Neighborhood Traffic Reduced program resources will impact the ($50,000) $20Q000 $150,000 Miti ation (NTMP) number of nei hborhoods served. Total ($70Q000) HIGHLIGHTS 28`n Street-2000 - 28`" Street from Baseline Road to Iris Avenue is identified as the top priority corridor in the city's multi-modal grid. Implementation of the 28'h Street - 2000 Project continues to be the highest priority of the Capital Improvemants Program. South segment (Hello Boulder) funding of $4.3M (includes $1.1M in TEA-21 funding) is programmed in 2002 and • 2003. The public input, design and approval process is complete for the north segment (Service City) with the middle segment (New Town) to follow. Funding for the north segment of $9.3M (includes $3.8M in TEA-21 funding) is programmed starting in 2004. Broadway Reconstruction - Funding of $8.8M (including $6.2M in TEA-21 and CDOT funding) has been appropriated for this project through 2003. Project will involve replacement of the bridge over Boulder Creek, structural replacement of the roadway, pedestrian, bicycle, and transit facility enhancements. Construction will begin in Spring 2002 and take approximately one year to complete. Transit Priorit~provements Broadway, 28`h Street. Arapahoe Avenue~ - A description of the project is provided in the 2003 TIP program section below. The Broadway/Table Mesa queue- jump will be constructed in 2003. The 28`h Street and Arapahoe Avenue projects would be coordinated with the respective City of Boulder and Colorado Department of Transportation projects. 2003 Denver Regional Council of Governments Transportation Improvement Program The City of Boulder applied for funding for the maximum number of project submissions allowed, 6 projects. Five of the six projects were selected for funding between 2003-2006. The total funding package is $6.7M in state and federal funds, with a city match of $5.7M. • Four of the five projects require matching funds from the Transportation Fund and one project requires matching funds from the Transportation Development Fund. The four Transportation Fund projects are: 3 1. An underpass under 27th Way far the Skunk Creek bike/pedestrian trail, completing the link • from the Broadway path over to the Williams Village area; 2. Operational improvements for transit on 28th Street, Arapahoe Avenue, and at the Broadway/Table Mesa intersection, including transit "queue jump" lanes that allow buses to bypass traffic at intersections, improved transit stops and pedestrian connections; 3. Pedestrian crossings on 28th street, with pedestrian refuges at mid block crossings, and a dedicated lane for bikes and buses; and 4. Improvements to the Foothills/Arapahoe intersection, including transit bypass lanes, addi[ional left turn lanes, and an underpass on the east side of the intersection. The project that was not funded was reconstructing Broadway from Pine to Iris. RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET The 2001 Transportation CIP is predicated on improving Boulder's infrastructure. As a result, a majority of project operating impacts aze absorbed within operating budgets. UNDERGROUNDING CREDIT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM As part of the franchise agreement with Xcel Energy (Xcel) (formerly Public Service Company of Colorado - PSCo), the City of Boulder receives an annual credit for work by Xcel to relocate • underground or reconfigure Xcel lines. The amount of the annual credit is 1% of the preceding calendar year's electric revenue from customers within the City, which is approximately $600,000 per year. The Undergrounding Credit Policy, approved by City Council in 1994, specifies that proposed undergrounding credit expenditures be reviewed annually by the Transportation Advisory Board during the CIP review process. Using the initial screening factors and prioritization factors provided in the policy, staff has established the Undergrounding Credit CIP included in the 2003- 2008 Transportation CIP. Where it is appropriate, staff is utilizing undergrounding credits in a collaborative manner to facilitate development of a more robust telecommunications infrastructure. This is accomplished by applying undergrounding credits to burial projects on specific routes that parallel those designated for telecommunications conduit and cable. The telecommunications facilities then share the same trench at a small additional cost. The undergrounding projects included in the CIP are generally consistent with the potential telecommunications needs. The Undergrounding Credit Policy requires that 25% of the credits be made available for non-CIP projects on a 50% match basis. Therefore, the Undergrounding Credit CIP includes $150,000 annually for the Undergrounding Cost Share Program. If program participants in a given year do not request all of the $150,000 available for the cost shaze program, the amount remaining returns to the overall credit balance. • 4 TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD (TAB) ACTION . City Council has charged the Board to: "review all city transportation environment assessments and capital improvements." In the context of the Capital Improvements Program, the Board is asked to provide a recommendation on the program to the Planning Board and City Council. The Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) reviewed and made a recommendation on the 2003- 2008 Transportation Capital Improvements Program (CIP) at their June 10, 2002 meeting. In summary, the TAB recommended approval of the 2003-2008 Transportation Capital Improvements Program as submitted. S~PW ~PazkCentral\TRAt~CIP\Cip.03\cip 180.doc • • TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND • 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM • OVERVIEW The 2003 Transportation Development Fund Capital Improvements Program is $1,442,000. The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) has been developed within the context of the Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and the TMP prioritization with the identified modal emphasis. The plan goals and priorities were used in allocating funds and prioritizing projects. Trunsportation Development Fimd 2003•20U8 CIP - Modal Investment 13renkoat 2003 2003-2008 Modal/Functional Area $ % $ % Pedes[rian 232,500 16% 1,278,600 17% Bicycle 532,500 38% 2,842,400 38% Transit* 0 0% 0 0% Roadway 657,000 46% 3,249,000 43% Travel Demand Management (TDM)* 0 0% 0 0% Mitigation 0 0%o 135,300 2% Other 0 0% 0 0% Total 1,422,000 100% 7,506,000 100% *Note: Transit and TDM projects are included in the Transportation Fund. The City Transportation Development Excise Tax is based on the philosophy of assessing a fee on development to mitigate its' impacts on the street network. Rates are adjusted annually based on the CPI. POLICY ISSUES None FINANCING Funding for city transporCation development projects is from the Transportation Development Excise Tax. The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) comprises projects needed for new growth. The 2003 CIP includes $272,000 in external funding as part of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the BroadwayBaseline Rd. Intersection improvements. HIGHLIGHTS Colorado Avenue (28`h Street to 30`h 5treetl Bikelanes - The design and approval process for the • south segment of 28`h Street (Hello Boulder) identified the need to complete the bicycle system in the area including bikelanes on Colorado Avenue. As part.of the 28`h Street project, bikelanes 6 will be constructed between Folsom Avenue and 28`n Street. Through the overlay program bikelanes have been striped from 30`h Street east to Foothills Parkway. Funding of $940,000 for • the last remaining segment between 28`h Street and 30`h Street is identified in 2002 and 2003 of the CIP. Violet Avenue Broadway to U.S. 36) - Violet Avenue is currently a narrow (22'-24' wide) rural county-standard roadway. It lacks adequate drainage, bicycie and a continuous pedestrian sidewalk system. In recent years residential development has occureed precipitating the need to upgrade the street to city standards. Improvements envisions include continuous sidewalks on both sides of the street, on-street bikelanes, left-turn lanes where necessary, street drainage and traffic mitigation. The public input and design process is slated for 2004. Funding of $2.2M has been identified in 2005 and 2006 to construct the improvements. 2003 Denver Regional Council of Governments Transportation Improvement Program The City of Boulder applied for funding for the maximum number of project submissions allowed, 6 projects. Five of the six projects were selected for funding between 2003-2006. The total funding package is $6.7M in state and federal funds, with a city match of $5.7M. Four of the five projects require matching funds from the Transportation Fund and one project requires matching funds from the Transportation Development Fund. The Transportation Development Fund project is: • Bikelanes on Broadway from Iris to Norwood, completing this missing link in the bike system (scheduled for 2004-2005). • RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET The 2003 Transportation Development Fund CIP is predicated on supporting new growth. Any operating project impacts are either absorbed within operating budgets or addressed through the annual budgeting process. TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD (TAB) ACTION City Council has charged the Board to: "review all city transportation environment assessments and capital improvements." In the context of the Capital Improvements Program, the Boazd is asked to provide a recommendation on the program to the Planning Board and City Council. The Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) reviewed and made a recommendation on the 2003-2008 Transportation Development Capital Improvements Program (CIP) at their June 10, 2002 meeting. In summary, the TAB recommended approval of the 2003-2008 Transportation Development Capital Improvements Program as submitted. S:~PWV'azkCenual\TRAN\CIP~Cip.03\cipl8 Ldoc • 7 AIRPORT FUND • 2003 - 2008 CAPITAL IMPROV~MENTS PROGRAM OVERVIEW The 2003 - 2008 Airport Capital Improvement Program will be reviewed through the Boulder Municipal Airport Master Pian update process. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) assists with funding airport master plans. The FAA has approved funding for the master plan update in 2003. Depending on the duration of the public review and hearing process for the update, completion of the airport master plan update is anticipated in 2004. The current airport master plan was completed in October 1994. POLICY ISSUES None HIGHLIGHTS • None FINANCING Primary funding for Airport Improvement Projects (AIP) is from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The FAA usually provides approximately 90% with the remaining 10% funding from City of Boulder / State of Colorado matching dollars. The master plan update is estimated to cost $167,000. The FAA has approved $150,000 towards this effort and the Airport Fund will contribute $17,000 in matching funds. RELATIONSHIP TO OPERATING BUDGET The airport operating budget pays for the maintenance of all airport improvements. S:~PV/~ParkCentral\TRAN\CIP~Cip.03\cip 17Qdoc • 8 21 Linden Ave. (City Limits to Broadway) 82 63rd St. (Lookout to Diagonal) 20 30th/Baseline Intersection Improvements 16 Colorado Avenue Bikelanes - 28th to 30th 27 Violet Ave (Broadway to US 36) 28 Broadway Bike Lanes - Iris to Norwood 57 Broadway/Baseline Intersection Improvements Funding source Transportation Fund Map-Number Project Name 26 Broadway: Norwood Avenue to Hawthorne Avenue • 18 Iris Ave: Willow Springs to Two Mile Creek 81 28th St. (Pearl to Iris) Pedestrian Crossing Improvemen~'5 79 Arapahoe Ave/Foothills Parkway Intersection 80 Skunk Creek/27th Way Grade Separation 60 28th St (Baseline to Iris) 29 Broadway Concrete Reconstruction (Univ Ave to Iris) 59 Diagonal Highway (SH119/Wonderland Crk Grade Sep) • 9 City of Boulder Captial Improvement Projects, 2003 - 2008 PW/Transportation ~ ~ ~ • aa ~ :;,::,,, :^! 29 57 ,~;: ': 1~:,!'? M Legend Year of ProJect ~ Funded Prior ta 2003, ongaing work • 2003 ~ 2004 - 2008 ~ Funded Prlor to 2003, ongaing work ~ 2003 - zoaa-zaos ~<; ~.~__ ~`". 10 CITY OF BOULDER 2003 - 2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~ TRANSPORTATION F'UND Pedestrian Svstem Proposed Projected Projected Ptojected Projected Projected Pedesuian Facilities - Enhancements (missing links, crossing heatments) 190,000 190,000 190,000 190,000 190,000 19Q000 Reduced from $290k/yr. Pedesh-ian Facilities - Repair, Replacement, ADA 68Q000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680.000 68Q000 Reduced from $SOOk/yr. SubtotalPedestrian 870,000 870,000 870,000 870,000 870,000 870,000 Bicvcle Svs[em . Bikeway Facilities - Enhancements 305,000 305,000 305,000 305,000 305,000 305,000 Reduced from $475k/yr. Transit Svstem Transit Facilities - Enhancements (transit centers, super stops) 113,000 113,000 113,000 113,000 113,000 113,000 Reduced from: 2002=$173k2003=$220k; 2004+=$225k Roadwav Svstem Broadway Concre[e Recons[mc[ion (University Ave [o Iris) 250,000 0 0 0 375,000 1,879,000 Redirected in 2003=$250k from Conctete Reconshuction (781025); Redirected funding in 2004-2006 to 2007-2008 Multimodal ~ 28th Street (Baseline to Iris) 1,500,000 1,100,000 1;100,000 1,100,000 I,lOQ000 I,104000 Reduced by $100k/yr.; Includes $SOOk city rttatch for TIP funding Diagonal Hwy(SH 119)/Wondedand Crk Grade Sepazation 540,500 0 0 0 0 0 ConsWction phase moved from 2002 ro 20p3 Iris Ave: Willow Springs to Two Mile Creek Park Grade Sepazauon 316,000 0 0 0 0 0 Tributary Greenways I50,000 ISQ000 150,000 15Q000 150,000 ISQ000 A[apahoe Ave./Foothills Parkway Intersection 0 75,000 625,000 0 0 0 City match for New TIP funding -$700,000 Transit Prio~ty Operational Improvements (Broadway, 28th, Arapahoe) 800,000 1,200,000 914,000 0 0 0 City match for New TIP funding -$2,914,000 Skunk Creek/27th Way Grnde Separauon 0 0 50,000 550;000 0 0 Ciry match for New TIP funding -$600,000 Subtotal Mul6modal 3,306,500 2,525,000 2,839,000 1,800,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 TOTAL NEW C[TY MATCH =$4,214,000 = 69% ~ Mitieation Neighborhood Traffic Mitigation Program 1OQ000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 Reduced from $200k/yr. Other Undergrounding Cost Share Program 100,000 IOQ000 1OQ000 100,000 100,000 100,000 - Subtotat Transportation CIP -'------------ -- 5,044,500 ------------ -- 4,013,000 ------------- -- 4,327,000 --~------------- 3,ZS8,000 ---------------- 3,I13,000 --------------- 4,617,OOQ Esternall~~ndi'n¢ ,,; . . . . .~ . . ,. ~ ~ ~ . . ~ , .. , ,...~ -2$ihStreet_(BaselinetoIris} ~ [.647,U(iQ' 1,650,000 ' 0 0 ~ Q; ~ ~~0 Disganal Higtiway(SH L 19}lVPondeclani( Greek Graclp Separation ~ - .. -; SW,U00 ' . "~ ~ 0 0~ ~ 0-' ~ .-'. 0.~ ;.6~ , Iris Rve:.Wiliilw Springs~ta;Two Mile ~reekFarkFirade Separatiqn `. ; _ -.~: -~ : ~: 0 . ~ . ~:600,000 ' 0 -~ 0 ~ ~ - 0 ~~. :: D- . . fSrapahce eiveJ~ooth~ PB;kway Intergetaon ~ : . ,. =>. ' . ~ ~: 0 .2?5,000 '- . ~ 2,89d,000 ~ 0 '~ - 0~ -, . ' ~~::;{~~ , '.~1'ransstPnorityOperatiotrdtImprovemetits(Smadwa~;28th,~Arap~hce} .:: - SOO,OOFf , 1,2p();000~ ~° 913,t1p() .. . ~:; ; , 6 `:~ .. ~ Q:` ° =-'4: ~ SkvukCreek/~7dfWa~CyracteSeparation " '<,~ ' 0 ` ~ ~~: U 50>OOfI, ~ SSO,ODO `: 0 ~ `~1~ ' 28ttt 5tceet (Pead m ~ns3 ~edeshian CsossnzglmproX`emeafs` ~ , '~ ' . ;. . . ~~S ; ` I04;000 . 395:000 ~ 0 = ` iS' ' '`6 Construction moved from 2002 to 2003 $495k funding moved from 2003 to 2004 New 7TP funding - $2,096,000 New TIP funding - $2,913,000 New 1TP funding - $600,000 New 1TP funding - $495,000 TOTAL NEW TIP FUNDING = $6,704,000 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION FUND CIP 7,441,500 7,958,000 7,556,000 3,838,000 3,113,000 4,617,000 ~ 1 CTTY OF BOULDER 2003 - 2008 CAPTTAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM TRANSPORTATIONFUND Proposed Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Modal Investment Breakout a. Pedes[rian 2,673,220 2,505,126 2,003,926 I,S74,126 1,324,126 1,324,126 b. Bicycle 2,158,326 2,087,650 1,459,350 1,191,650 641,650 641,650 c. Transit 1,379,397 2,019,155 2,283,655 241,155 241,155 241,155 d. Roadway 1,030,556 976,068 1,579,068 331,068 706,068 2,21Q068 e. Travel Demand Management (TDM)* 0 0 0 0 0 0 E Mitigation 100,000 ]00,000 ]00,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 g. Other 100,000 ]00,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION FUND CIP 7,441,500 7,788,000 7,%6,000 3,838,000 3,ll3,000 4,617,01/0 Other Externally Fursded Projec[s: Xcel Undereroundirse: Undergrounding Cos[ Sfiare Program Broadway: Nonvood Avenue to Hawthom Avenue Subtotal Xcel Ftinded Projects TOTAL TRANSPORTATION CIP 150,000 I50,000 150,000 15Q000 I50,000 15Q000 0 600,000 0 0 0 0 ---------- -- 150,000 ------------- -- 750,000 -------------- -- 150,000 ------------ -- 150,000 -------------- -- 150,000 ------------- 150,000 7,591,500 8,538,000 7,706,000 3,985,000 3,263,000 4,767,000 *Note: 1'DM programs are included in the opera[ing budge[. ~ 7l152002,2:49 PM //. 5 iean-ciP03,180-03 • CITY OF BOULDER 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND Proposed Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected ~ Changes from 2003-07 Bicvcle Svstem Broadway Bike Lanes - Iris to Norwood 0 50,000 954,000 0 0 0 City Match New T'IP Funding Colorado Avenue Bikelanes - 28th to 30ih 750,000 0 0 0 0 0 Subtotal Bicycle 750,000 50,0011 954,000 0 0 0 Roadwav Svstem 30tldBaseline Intersecbon Improvements 350,000 0 0 0 0 0 Moved from 2006 ro 2003 Multimoda[ Miscellaneous Development Coordination 50,000 50,000 50,000 SQ000 SQ000 50,000 Linden Ave. (City Limits ro Broadway) 0 0 0 140,000 635,000 635,000 Moved from 2004 to 2006 Violet Avenue (Broadway to US 36) 0 220,000 97Q000 970,000 0 0 Moved from 2003 to 2004 63rd Street (Lookout to Diagonal) 0 660,000 0 0 0 0 Subtotal Muldmodal 50,000 930,000 1,020,000 1,160,000 685,000 685,000 ~ctemal Funding° ' ' a- " ':" '" ~ $roatliv~aylBasel~eRdInEC.~secaon ~ 272,OOA ~ ' 6 . 0. '.~ A; 4 f~ ~ ~ ~ Bzaadwa~ B~ Lanes Ins t~ Norwcmd-- , i.;A ~ 50 U00 ' ' S50 OOQ' ~ 6; ~` 6 6' NEW TTP Funding Subtolal Esteraa[Fund~ng.- 272,000 ; 54,OOIF SSU,OOQ ~ 0:' r~ ~ Q.^ TOTAL TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND CIP 1,422,000 1,030,000 2,524,000 1,160,000 Modal Investtnent Breakout a, Pedesuian b. Bicycle c, Transit~ d. Roadway e. Travel Demand Management (TDM)* £ Mitigation TOTAL TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT FUND CIP 232,500 229,700 259,700 532,500 285,700 1,686,100 0 0 0 657,000 508,000 549,100 0 0 0 0 6,600 29,100 1,422,000 I,030,000 2,524,000 685,000 655,000 287,700 134,500 I 34,500 196,100 71,000 71,000 0 0 0 640,100 447,750 447,750 0 0 0 36,100 31,750 31,750 1,160,000 685,000 685,000 *Note: The Transit component of the Transportation Development Fund is budgeted in the operating budget. TDM projects are budgeted in the Transportation Fund operating budget. 12 CITY OF BOULDER 2003-2008 CAPTTAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT F`OND Proposed Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected ~ Changesfrom 2003-07 • 1a - S 7/IS/2002,2:49 PM ~ean-cip03,181-03 Subcommunities _.. , _ . .. ngoing program allows for repair, replacement and construction of existing and new sidewalks, an ucton of access ramps. Emphasis of this program is given to existing sidewalk repair. Sidewalk repair es have been established in the accelerated City of Boulder Sidewalk Repair Program and yearly funding is accordingly. In 2002, 2003 and part of 2004 sidewalk repairs are being made in the Martin Acres >orhood. In 2002, repairs will be between Table Mesa to Moorhead and Broadway to 35th. In 2003, repairs in the same neighborhood from 35th to the east. • ' Helaf~tiqahlP tb:M~~ie~ Plan; ; '„ ,...:,~___~_._._..~... _~This program is consietent with~the Transport. ,;;;~,-~on provlding Improvemenis to pedestnan faclli will be held on 3d aree end individual notices are malled out yearly. ~ artshlP to CounciJ Goels~: ~ . , ;~ ~ ~ ~ u_...._._ ...,, _... .ti.......; _..~..., e.:.. m. . . enBancement end completwn of fhe pedestrian and bicyole systems work toward meking fhe city more walkable and bikeable. Ing a ussble and connected multi-modal transportation system addresses Councll s environmental and transportation goals by creafing and sustainable transportation options resulting in cleaner afr, reduced congestion and lower VMT. t~o~isNiR'1k1tB ptherDepaftmeRts: ' ~ - `- ~ _ ~ ^ .. ...........M_.. _ . ..~...._._... __..... ....._...-.., , s Department - City Forester is required. Coordmation wlth the city Utlliry Dlvision regard ~dination with the Park ~~ ~ y ~~ ~•~• ~ J m ~ ~~ ~~i required. Miscellaneous concrete repairs (driveways, and curb and gutter) are coordinated with Transportation • ~ ~. i i i i~ ~ t+ h e' :I; ''9 { ~ . y ~3 l ~ ' ' ' : y~~} }~ ~~~~ "~ ~ ..,(..~i.. }y : r ' ~3 ~ c H J~ a :i~R ~.'4'~'te~ ~~~~ Y y ~ t ~~ - T S .'m w . ~ i 4C . i 4~~... .i`i l U r't v iF% w o.E .!.i u.~8n_:. ~s..:. -; k.. ' _ P~.i .m.r~iii ~Jd . l eT ~7~ .. ,. , f! ,. . v .t, .. ~ h , . ,a. . .. , ,.. . .. v ~ ~ Funding Prior 2003 2004 2005 2006 ' 2007 2008 Plannad Funding ~~ (Carry Over to 2008) . to 2003 . ~ Pro~ected Funding: 2,300,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 680,000 6,380,000 ~ ~~ Changea from pas4 CIP:. ,:, ~st Yaar of Funding„ ~ On-Going R0D2qApyovedf4oda:' ;~ ~~ ~~a, ~Areas~l & II ~~~~ ~ ~ ~~.., . , ' ! „ , eway tacilities are included in most all transportation construction projects. This program provides additional ding for bikeway projects not specifically associated with other capital projects. The projects are prioritized and ~rdinated with the approved bikeway plan and represents an ongoing City program. Projects constructed will consistent with the TMP Bicycle System Plan and are prioritized yearly. to the primary goal of the TMP update for completing the City's Bike System and increasing the mode pc~RrpCae~~Status, Issua~,~ __., ,.._._._._ ......_....,.~. ,_t.::(: ..... ~..._..'_ .. .' _ ..~~_~,.'i _ _.~.__...:s ., ~,:r Pubhc Procass for each project will vary. Some pro~ects depending on the complexity, may requve CEAP program is coordinated with the Greenways program 14 ~ • , ....__ _._ . ~......., m..~... PW/ Trans o .__... ...._ _. .. ._,m„ f?„`~, p rtation ~'sUe~tiMMUNirKs, tfyjultfpleSubcommunities According to the Pedestrian Policy Plan of the Transportation Master Plan, an intermitteni pedestrian system that ' ~trands pedestrians at the end of unfinished sidewalks or forces them into awkward traverses or hazardous street ;rossings discourages walking. In an effort to increase pedestrian activity and encourage walking as a major neans of travel, a completed sidewalk system is necessary. As a result, the Pedestrian Facilities program was ~xpanded to include the installation of missing sidewalk links. Missing links city wide are prioritized and :onstructed in conjunction with the sidewalk repair program. In addition, as a result of the TMP prioritization effort, ; unding has been provided for pedestrian crossing/safety improvements. Crossing treatment improvements are ~rioritized citywide and include median refuge islands, crosswalk lighting, flashing signs, neck-downs, signing, ghting and/or pedestrian signals. the Pedestrian Faclllties program to install missing sidewalks Ilnks and to make pedesirlan crossl with the Pedestrian Policy Plan of the Transportation Master Plan Update and the year 2000 TMP ... . .. :. ,. . :. . . ,., . ng sidewalks Ilnks is on ~ oln and ma invol~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~ ' ~ ~ ~' y~ ~ ~"~~' ~ ~ ..~.~. ~~~ - g g y ve 3 or 4 locations per year. ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~'~ ?Pahipto~Ga,uhCll..~+a~J~; ., ;.~ - - -- .W ..,...__...:<,. ._ ,. ........... .... ._._:. ...:._ ~......,._::. ,..... ~.~" .,.,.~.._.:~: ~~~~ .......,," .,...__~~..,_.:~ ~. .. ~, enhancement and completlon of the pedestrian and blcycle systems work~toward making the city more walkable and bikeable. ing a usable and connected multi-modal transportation system addresses Councll's environmental and transportation goals by creating and sustainable transportation optlons resu(t(ng In cleaner air, reduced congest(on and lower VMT. Funding Prior 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funding to 2003 ~ (Carry Over to 2008) Pro~ectetl Funding: 730,000 19D,000 190,000 190,000 190,000 190.000 190.000 1,870.000 ~~~~ . ;: 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM _....__.. _...,.. ... ..._....._. ...,..._...._. _ . ..._.._ _.._.. PROJECT STATUS REPORT Greenways ~e program is intended to improve and protect the many riparian corridors that pass through the city. Elements c is work also advance a primary goal of the TMP by providing pedestrian and bicycle facilities and encouraging e modal shift from automobiles to alternative modes of transportation. Improvements include pedestrian/bicycle aths, drainage and flood control structures, and preservation and enhancement of natural features. A portion of e capital funding for this program was shifted to needed maintenance of existing system beginning in 2002. See reenways CIP/Budget section. _..._..._ .__ ~.... ,. _ .. .. . . .. ....... _ _.... _.. r~ill advance a primary goal ot the Transportation Master Plan as well as the current TMP update by provlding end encouraging the modal shift trom automobiles to alternatlve modes of transportatlon are completed for all significant greenways projects and are ravlewed by appropiiate boards. See Greenway CIP for more i ransponatlon Master Plan Is based on implementing a balanced multimodal-based transportatlon system. This multimodal-based stment strategy Is focused in an interconnected sysiem of slx east-west and four north-south corridors that constitute the designated imodal corridor grid. Providing a usable, connected and Integrated multi-modal transportation system eddresses Council's environmental transportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestlon antl lowar VMT. .~~ . ~,,,....~._m~,......__.._..,.,..._...w.~....«e~._,.~.,»m.»..... ~,:~.::.::,. .. _.,. .,..a ,. ~a;,.:.:.~w . ....».:.r.,. .. ...m, :: _ ,...-.~,.~~,.~~_.: ...... .~~..:~, ..,... The Greenways program requires coordinating with Transportation, Open Space, Flootl Utility, Planning and Parks Department. ~ 5 r: ~ d V i .. ~ .{t', a, ~~. ~.«.ik u. :.h.a$..~t . _ , :. , p yµ ~~nt„ ,~,,~aiat' t ~ s~, z~vF ,yy P., r ~(ti.,~.i.ii. .5 ~~Sh~a(~~~tePai..,.~~~~r~~~Y~k+F~l , ., .. . ,.r>> ~ 4! x,~ ~py, t `ti~lY~.l"-~F~~~~n .. . ~4 t ~ 7 ~ . ~N,~.,~ k.,i~i~ ~Ft .~Gr.i.31~'c"~.~~{ .. .. e ~~ i ~ "nr.~'~:.~......'~,~'. t,ivkd.b,..,..ar?~ ~: ; ~ h ~b ~ ~ l: ~-." Funding Prior 2003 2004 to 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 Plannad Funding (Cerry Over ro 2008} ~-= Projected Funding: ~ 450,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 150,000 7,350,000:- • TOTAL CAPITAL` COSTS. _. 1at Yea~ of Funtling; ion going ~. .., ~ .. ~ On Qoing ~ 2002 App~ovad fund$ ~~ $ieo 000 ,, ~ :. _ _ .:.:_... .... ~ _.,.' _ . ~<' ...._ ' ~hanges¢amPa~'rqiP i ~ , ; * .. , ~ ,.. _ ~ ~, . . ~ , ~ ; . , , 'i' . , , ., __ ~ __._ _ . . __ -_--`~-T-- , ._-.~-~. . ~-'-s_.--.-~-~ _ 17 18 6CT D~SCRIPTION: ;; ~ ,~ __.,.:~~ ....,...1 ,... ,~ .~_ ..,, ~~: _.._~,... . ...,. a :: ~ '>i primary goal of this program is to improve neighborhood livability by encouraging adherence to the speed '' This program offers Education, Enforcement and Engineering tools for neighborhood streets with speeding lems. The program began in 1995 with 44 neighborhoods participating in the program. Engineering tools placed on hold in 1996 due to unresolved issues between the use of engineering devices and emergency ;le delay caused by the engineering devices. In t399, the City Council gave policy direction on this issue and ed Neighborhood Traffic Mitigation Program guidelines were adopted in June 2000, It is anticipated that 2003 - ng will be used for personnel expenses and engineering treatment design and construction for the highest ty neighborhood in the program. , to Improve ihe safely ot and quality of Iiving in tation Master Plan. • process necessary win depend on IIFI4VyV{~IINI~d4Qlq. d ':,! progrems focus on mRigating~the negetive ImF ~ as well as support envlronmental goals. • ' ~.~ `~ as identifled as a goal In the Neighborhood section of the ~~ ~~~ : speed end n~ promote a ~ ~ . . .......... . .. n..,.~ , -.». » , ..-......~ ~ .-...»..,,_ ..,.,, . ....._,.. ..,.,..». _.. _ _, _ ., e..... .. .,....,.,._. _ _ -.....,. . . ECoordination with the Police Oepartment and the Fire Department Is required end crilical, P ~ r" t :~ t ~ ' ~s t r~=a~ i ; ~ '~;`I~ ` ~ * h` ~~ i~ " p ~~lF~ IW r ~' ~ ' ~ + ~`~M ~ W ! :~ ~ i ` ~` hj. 7 t ~ a i? :-,fl ` I. '~ ~f ~ - ;.;,,., , , at . ,,.~ r,. w ~ ,~.; :~., .ce ~ ._ ~ , !}+ .f~!! , .. .. ~ a M, .., s,,. : ,, .,: , , , . ~. Funding prior 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Punding ~r to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008j ~'~ ProJacted Funding; ~ 2,200,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100;000 100,000 2,800,000 program provides funding for construction of transit related facilities including stops, benches, shelters, super > and bike/padestrian connections to transit stops. Providi~g tra~sit facilities and amenities are important ~onents to making transit successful. This new program was recommended through the TMP prioritization in 2000 and based on city council direction. a successtul, functional iransit system is a approprlate public process will be determi~ed on a case 6y case ,.._.e. . -........_ .... .........___... ,,..........._......................._......,,.~..~._. . ....._....._....~_. . _ .__._.. ,-~Boulder s bommunity Translt Natwork is a grid system of high frequency bus service. This system provides usable, easy and convenient ,~ transit service. 7he network is integral to maintaining mobillty and keeping congesiion al reasonable levels. Improved transit facllitfes ; support economic sustainabllity by providing convenient access to businesses along transit corrido~s. Providing a usable, connected and ~Integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportatlon goals by creatmg vieble and sustalnable ..;~~ transportation optlons, cleaner air, reduced conpestion and lower VMT. . ..., . . ,. ,,,~ . ,.. ..; .. ., . .,,Aelaf~o~atllp~,qk11'At~elDepartrqep4s, ~"' =~~" ~ ~~ ' ' , ~ ~ y p pµ~ ~~ m.~ p a{y es (Ie:DASH,LEAP) -~This program is coordinated with R~TD and Cit rom ted and lanned Transit Servic A~~~..,».~~.~.~.~.~.......,,.~`.~.~.f.,.~.~.~~~~ -~~ n~.v,tl~pj~: Funding Prior 20D3 I 2004 2005 2006 2007 to 2003 ~ojected Funding: 398.000 113.000 113,000 113,000 113,000 l ~ ,.:: , I ; ', ~!. . a~ .~..4~.• , . ~~'.~3E ° u„~dR~x ,! ,~"I ro~' r 1,#' k~c~'4i~t, S ay~` ~s~ . 2008 Planned Funding (Carry Over to 2008) , 1,076,0~0 . . . 2Q - , , ,~.~ . : ~ . . . ~ . . ~ ==, .. .,.. ~~ . . .. ., . . .. ~ ~~pu°i o~scnirri~~l - .....`~. .... .. .~- ... :.. ~~..::.: ...,. <, ,.:.::. _ ~.....,..a. . .........;~ : ..... ..:..... . . ..? - .;... r.. .._. .,-..w~ ~ .:.,_ iis CIP funding is intended to construct infrastructure improvements in coordination with or prompted by potentit :velopment. Throughout the year situations arise where infrastructure improvements are required in the vicinity a proposed development, should be made at the seme t'rme as the development and for which a developer can t be required to construct. Improvements that are typically included are bike and pedestrian, functional 'iciency, safety, system preservation, and transit system improvements. ects are consistent with~the • ~ ~ ~~' Tfaflsportati0fl Mastef PIaO 15 b6setl o0 IfflplemBflting a balaflcetl fIlUI11f00tl01-OaSBtl Sf2nSpOtt8t100 &ysl9f0. I NS fllUl[IRIotl21-Paseo stment stretegy is tocused in an Interconnected system of six east-west and four north-south corrldors that constitute the designated Imodal corridor grid. Providing a usable, connected and integrated mulfl•modal transportation system addresses Councll's envlronmental transportatlon goals hy creating viable and sustaineble transportalion optlons, cleaner air, reduced congestlon and lower VMT. {fOnsNipWlt~pthQrABAertmenta ~ h ~ _. ,: .,....;_ r..-._ ~..,~....~._..__.....na_..,...~.....,...... ...... ........_.~ ._..._.~_ .........~.....W ...._, ~.e~~, ..,. -...... .,,...,,...._.., . e coordination wlth the Develoqment Review work proup and the Planning Department ls required. Funding Prior I 2003 I 2004 I 2005 I 2006 I 2007 I 2008 I(Ca ry O er toi2008) to 2003 ~ ~ ' ~. ., _ .~:.: _.. . . ..,.w:r ,._ ..'v.: _. _, _ .. :a. ... "' ; , , ' . . : , CfP . ~..:~ . ~ ~, ~;. , ~'r• `x. .. ~ ~ ~ " - _ ~ 21 90'. I , .., a M 2003 2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRA ,: ............... . ... .......... ... ., ,..__.. ..._.. _....,,. _.._.....,._ _ .. _., ., .~._,... .. .... r=-1w, PROJECT STATUS REPORT to 1743 1•: ~ 60 ultiple Subcommunities , ~....,......, . ~ ..........v,... . , ~......„.:... . .:~....~: _... ~,~ .. ............. ._.......,., ... ...,....,...._. . ......,........,«..«..,......~...__,..~.. ~Improvements for 28th Street, Baseline to Iris, have been and are being developedMas part of the ongoing 28th *"~Street - 2000 Central Corridor Planning Study. The planning study and the CEAP for the southern section, (Baseline to Arapahoe, is complete and has been approved by City Council. Recommended improvements for the ~southern section include; Urban design, landscaping, streetscape improvements throughout the corridor; transit ~service and facility improvements including super stops and route modifications; bike and pedestrian facility improvements including constructing a multi-use path from Baseline to Arapahoe, adding a sidewalk and ~bikelanes to the frontage road, improving entrances to the two bike/pedestrian underpass and connections to new transit stops, adding bikelanes on Colorado from 28th to Folsom and adding raised crossing at free right turn lanes ~and at the entrances to the underpasses; traffic efficiency improvements including adding left turn lanes at i?~Colorado and widening the Boulder Creek bridge. Funding for the southern section is included in this CIP and will ', ~be combined with federal and RTD funding. Funding: 2003: City =$1.5M; TEA-21 =$1.097M. 2004: City =$1.1 M; ~TEA-21 $1.65M ~+ . _ R-.- „ -+~ .. ~,;, . . .~.~.-•~ :. . ~, ~-r. R-. , ~ ~ Feldtlo,nshlp to MasteM Rlan: } -1 - ProJects required in Multlmodal Corridors and is ' This proJect is consistent with the Transportation Master Plan and is Ilsted m Table 7 .. ~.~~~ ~~ ~." .:.~.F .~: -~. ~~.y.~ a~ ~,~consistent wdh ihe 281h St. 2000 CeMral Corridor Planning Stady. ~ , , , :- raoess StatiYS,l4sues: ` ",> _...:. . . ._. . ....,.., ~, ~~_. . _.». _;_ ..m.'. , , . __~_ , _ ._. . ~ ,P for the southem section - Baseline to Arapahoe - has been epproved by City Council. The publlc process for {he midd sections are undenvay and it Is anticlpated the CEAP for the northern section wlll ba brought to Council in summer 2002. ... .. .. . . . .. . . .: ., - ~_ iry,~r;yvql }`aYYFI}i,+.. ^ uL..,. ...«.«...........,.....~.....,......««... . ......«d:' .... . .....I....., m .. ,..&.: .. ~....:»..:.. «,........ ..' .. . ~.. .J.«.. . ,.,L»..... -....:........... Transportation Master Plan is based on implamenting a balanced mulhmodal-based transportation system. This multimodal-based stment strategy Is focused in an interconnected system of six east-west and four north-south corridors that constitute the deslgnated imodal corritlor grid. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multl-modal transportation system atldresses Council's envlronmental transportation goals by creating viable and susteinable transportation optlons, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. hls proJect requires coordlnation wlth the Utility Division for utllity upgrades, with RTD, CDOT, CU, Aris Commisslon, the Plenning epartment and the Real Estate Division. ~`*t1'~t~'t i tM c~E ~ ?Y~t~~ Y ~ ~'~~ '~tt y~ 'it~i37fi ~k ~Sik~j`ra ~~~ . ~ ~ Mf ~6 1 ~ ~ R W ~' 44 ~ E~ '~" ~f ~i i~4 ~ ~ a~ ~ Y ~~;;e in'i ;eTYi m'~$y~i la~'j~~ W~~ ,.,: a E, tv .. i t fr i ~ . , t G ' ' . .7 1 , i, ~ . 4m ~*~ . . S .., ~~ 5~4 . v ~ k~ i .vi t f 1 i Funding Prior 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Plannad Punding to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) 2,~so,ooo~ i,ioo,ooo~ i,ioo,ooo~ i,ioo,ooo~ i,ioo,ooo~ is,os~ ~ ~ PROJECT NAME: 28TH STREET - BASELINE TO IRtS/DtAGONAL • 28th/lris/Diagonallnterse~:tion • 28th - Pearl to Iris • 28thlPearl intersection • 28th/Canyon Intersection • 28th Boutder Creek Bridge Widening • 28th/Colorado Intersection • 28th - Base~i~e to Arapahoe Median Improvements N ~ City of Boulder w Department of Public Works TRANSPORTATION DIVISION ~ -r,', . . _ - ~ 2003 2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM .. . _., ... ._..... ~ .... ....... . .... ... ...._. ~ ...._.. .,.. . _,. . .., .... .. ~' PROJECT STATUS REPORT PROJEGT NAME Rro~ect Nuniqer: • QJECT pESORIRTI4N: a[lon~Mlp'20`Master~PJan,;. ' _.... . ....... ~... .... . ~ _ . .a. ~ .. ... •; . . ...w ... ~.: , , , e~. .~,;:_ ..y ,~p . p ...~ .. . ...::. ... :>:; , ..... . . ~'.,:,._ ... . ... _ rtem Preservatlon, Sefet , bike edestrian end auto functional efficienc t e ro ecis are consistent with the Trans ortatlon Master Plan • °roeeee B,YetUS;lBSUes: ~ __.._._. . _,.: __~': .'.. _ ._......"._ ..,.,.__,... :.. ... . .: .... ' ....':_._ .. .'.. . part of the 28th St public process and the CDOT process on Arapahoe. ~~ ~ ReladonsMp'to C9uncl~ ~oals: ~.~..:. ~...u„ w~.. ...., ._.. . .. m.....;t; .,._.. : ._.. .,. ,.....~...: -; The Transpodation Master Plan Is based~ ~on implementing a balanced multi-modal-based transportatlon system. This multimodal•based ;;_:~Investment stratagy is focused In an interconnected system of slx east-west and four north-south cortldors that constitute the designated j;, ;~multimodal corridor grid. Providing a usable, connected and Integrated multi•modal transportatlon system addresses Councll's environmental _~yf;fand Vensportatlon goals by creating vlable and sustainable transportation optlons, cleaner alr, reduced congestion and lower VMT. • ~, .. . _ .... .... .._ ~Coordinate evlth Real Estate (or easements/ROW. Coordinate with CDOT on 28th Shest and with CDOT pro~ect. . : € s € .~6~~ l:ss ~~~~ l~~r" ~ 4 i+E n.~ ~"~~~y '~ C,~ °~ " ~'~~E `~ ,-, ~{ ~q 'r~" ,i? ~~ ~~~ ~~~~ ~ ~a `£ v= i 3 E;r e a~ r i , a 4 ~ ... ~ .,~.:-. s..n.; .a! ._. r.~,.~, .... ,., ti 7 d P~;. a, .tt kg ,~s ,rt~..knr . ~.i a .,.:a. „ ~,.ca,i~ .., ' Funding Prior 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funding : to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) >; ProJected Funding: 0 1,600,000 2,400,000 1,827,000 0 0 0 5,827,000- i: 5,827,00 Ghangesfrom p,# n _ .. ... .., . . , CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~. . , .. ~__.... _._. .._.. . ......... _ . ,... ..,.. PROJECT STATUS REPORT Two Mile Creek 1 Ave. serves as a major east-west link in North Boulder. There are bicycle lanes on Iris Ave from Broadway to i St. A proposed multi-use path is planned along Elmer's Two-Mile Creek which is adjacent to the southern it of the proposed underpass and west oi ihe Irisi281h St. intersection. The path is being constructed as part of s; ark development. Once this path is completed, a bicyclist or pedestrian would be able to access other nearby ~cle facilities including the Valmont Road bicycle lanes, Folsom St. bike lanes and the Goose Creek Greenways ~. This project has been identified in the City of Boufder Bicycle Master Plan and the City of Boulder enways map. Funding: 2003: City (Trans)= $316K: 2004: TEA-21 $600K. 'ocesa~~tatus;:~SaN~s;.• ~...._........ _, .,_.. _..,,_.~i. ~_.... :. . ....'.w .__ ; ~ublic process end CEAP will begin in 2003 with construction in 2004. The CE Commlttee review as an information item. Transportation Master Plan is based on implementing a balanced multi-modal-based transportation system. This multi-modal-basetl stment strategy is focused In an intarconnected system of six east-west and tour north-south corridors that constitute the designated ;i-modal corridor gritl. Providing a useble, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental transportation goals by creating vlable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. ; This project is jointly funded by Careenways and Transportation and will requlre coordination with the Parks Department. , ;~~ ~ -tt~~,~~a;~~..,w~'+1; Ls.., ti('~ti},~'~a;''"~.~' jit ~:'.a1~8rtis,!!'~~`~ 11~~~,~~y~1„~~!.~, i~`.r ~;~4,~i ~r,~^e"~i*~s,~a,,t;m~r~~~~~i.'~N~tr~P~r.?~.;~~}`'i1L~~`-u~~4;~.' C.7`'~. i Funding Prior 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Plenned Funding '_~- to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) , , _ ~ „ , ,.,. ... , _ „ _ ~ , , -'- - ~-~---- ,- --~T -., , ~ }= ~25 . ~ . PROJECT NAME: (RIS AVENUE: WILLOW SPRINGS TO TWO MILE PARK ~ "°~ • ~ N •~~ J ~ ClTY C]F BDUI.DER DEPARTMENT OF PLJBLIC WORKS TRANSPORTATION DIVISIDN ~ ~ 26 ~ C~AR fl~QUIR~E~p?; ~R~qul~red ~ ~~ ~ RBAPColppleted` °,Jenuary 2002~ _ . ..__ ' ' .. e...._ ..1~_~ ~, ,;. i d ' PRQJE~QT D~$CFiIpTIONi ' p~ v~ ....;«.: ..«,.«.. :,:.. . ,.. .....::.... ........~:' ... ..... '.~~ ......,...~' , .. . ... ............... ~~ ~ ;This project will correct remaining structural deficiencies on Broadway from University to Pine through 2003,~and ;from Pine to Iris starting in 2007. This project will be jointly funded by the city, CDOT and TEA-21 federal funds 'and will be constructed in conjunction with the replacement of the bridge over Boulder Creek. This project is a =continuation of the Broadway reconstruction which has occurred from Regent to University. Funding: 2002: City =' ' ' <'?$1 M; CDOT & TEA-21 = $2.695M; 2003 = $250k. l ;~ i '~ ~ 'M ~ ;Relatl4nship tP ~MaSteK PIBn ~ ' ~ _:, .., . ~,_... ..,... __n . _. ,_ ...... ,. _.= ._ .d, _ . _. ~~ _,__..~~ . ;~ - ~ ~This project is consistent with the Boulder Valley Transportation Master Plan Update 1996. See 'Table 7-t Multimodal Corritlor Projects p 7-B." ~ .:. ~ ..,. .. ~.. ~ , PubliC f?roceas $tatus; IssueBi ' ~ °----.._ .. .__. . .___ ..__._..,.. .._. ~.~ ,, ., ~ . . ~ ~ , ':.. . _. '. . ~ ~.. .::.. ~ .~.~-.-_ ...,.. .:~. .. .... . .,_ ~ .. ., , . ~,The Pubiic Process for this pro~ect and the bridge replacement pro~ect is complate. Construction is curremly anucipated to begin August :;. `;2002 and last for appmximately one year. ~ z~ ~ Rel~tlonship to,Cqu~cJl ~nalss , s ...,~... . ,. ,.~ ~.,. m . ....,~ . _.w: . ~~ . __.w.. ~ ~.,.. .. ~.~:~ ... ..., ..~ m.,.m _.. ..,. :an ,' - -~~€Intersection improvements, street reconstrucfion end street resurfacing provida a usable, etficient and safe street network for bikes, buses ~~.sand motor vehlcles. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-moqal transportation system addresses Councll's environmental and ;~;'~]rensportatlon goals by creaqng vlable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. , ~ ~ .., . . ,. . - .., - ,: ,,. ' Relat14i1~hlp witlibther Depa~tmerfta: ~ .e.~....~.. n.~.....:.._ ....,,.; .. . ,........_ ._..._.._.:... . „_.._ ... ............ ........~.i; . _.....e~~, . . ::- ..».:...,.,~ ~~- .~This proJect fs being coordlnated wtfh tfie Oowntown Masterplan, the Ctvfc Center Masterplan, ~MC DDAB landmarks Board and the ,,~Planning Department Flood Improvements are being coordineted as well as underground utility upgrades # .. ,~il .~~ ~,3y "~yy+~ ~.~ ~.p,{~ y,yay,~ : - ~ ,.n.~~~~~~~,.at~r,~ 3'~ ~'~~~ ri~d~.: 7Iy~;~a,P,ist~~~MRAft'~l~~~~x'7#!~,UE~~Aa7'~?TA""i+;~ ~.1~.~ ; "a 4 ~:;.,{4.,3hx,_}.~a ~ .:~:.3~~~ ~~ra~ ~ ~ ~ Funding pdor 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funding to zaoa ~carry over to zoae~ ~ "' Projeotetl Funding: 3,695,000 260,000 0 0 0 375,000 1,879,000 6,199,000:!i • TOTAL CARI'fAL COSTS ,„,_ 'iefYeer,of Fundingr 12002 r ~ _... . .. ..~,.. ~ - ~- ~ t ~ 6,199,000~ ~."= '2002Approvedtun~s. ( ~~ $a,sse,ooo = ~ ~ ~ ~ Change~ f~om pa9; GIP, 'jRedirected~Funding 2o04~to 2006+ ~~ ~~ ~~ " ` ~~.~ .~ ~ , ~ ~ , .- ._ . ~ -.~.~r. -_. .:----~^--- -- . .. ~ . .. - - .~-- ~' - - - .... . ._. ~ .. ~..... , , .: ._ -.. _ . . . 27 59 he proposed Wonderland Creek Bicycle/Pedestrian Underpass would provide a grade separated crossing of the ~iagonal Highway allowing a safer and more efficient alternative transportation facility. This project will also greatly xpand the flood carrying capacity of the Wonderland Creek Channel at this location. The city local match for this roject will include Transportation, Flood Control, Greenways and Urban Drainage funding. Funding: 2002: City = 150,000; 2003: City (Trans)=$540,000; City (Util)=$750,000; TEA-21= $500,000. oi the transportation funding overview. be required for thls Item. p• ie review as en s ~81dt14{~9fllp CO C}'}U11C~1 QiTd14 ;. : ~ ~ . ~ «..... ....._M.,....._ .............. .. . ........ ...............:. . .. .M.... . .....__. i....u . . _.,....... ....... ,:. _._._...._ _.... . , ' .......' The Transportation Master Plan Is basetl on implementing a balanced multimodal-basetl transporta~ion system. This multimoda6based t~invesiment strategy is iocused in an IMerconnected system of six east-west end four north-south conidors that constitWe the desfgnatad ~ ; multimodal wrridor grid. Providing a useble, connected and integrated mutto-modal transportation system addresses Counal s environmental ?;~and trensportation goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion end lower VM7. 'Reia,tlonahip W~tO Qther~pepa`r~'m,ehk9 ' ~~~ ?~ +.;; ~:~i ~' ?° . » .......:........»,..»...........,.,,, .,.,.._.,» .. ,....,,,.~. ...,...::. , ..,_.a. ...:~, „».... ,,::.,.. .....,._`. ,,...._... °:~.., .,,,_;~. ~~This pro~ect is jointly Wnded betwean the Flood Utility and Transportation and requires coordinating with the Greenways program and the ;~Wonderland Creek Flood Masterplan. Funding Prfor 2003 to 2U03 , ~:::~~Projected Funding: 1240,5~~I 1,~~ 2 -- .. _., _ _ 28 2004 I 2005 I 2006 I 2007 ~ 2008 I(Carry O er to'2U08) PROJECT NAME: DIAGONAL HWY. IS.H. 1191/WOND RLAND GRFFK UNDERPASS IISTEAI • 4~~ ~ ..-r_....._... -' ' --°- -- -• --- TRANSPORTATION DIVISION 29 ~ ~ 30 ~ ~ ~ PROJGCT NAME:COLORADO AVENUE BIKELANES - 28TH TO 30TH w ~ City of Boulder ~ Department of Public Works TRANSPORTATION DIVISION ... .. 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM _...,....._.. ...... ............ _.,_.._.....,. _........,_,....... PROJECT STATUS REPORT Improvements ~: 3711 x12 20 The Transportation Master Plan states, "A major policy direction of this TMP Update is to concentrate funding ano ~~ resources on improving the efficiency of the City's intersections. Peak hour level of service analyses were pertormed on a11 signalized intersections in the City of Boulder to determine which intersections were operating at poor levels of service. Specific efficiency improvements were identified. Recommended improvements for this intersection include an additional eastbound left turn lane. In addition, an unsafe condition issue has been identified on the southbound approach and providing a separate through and left turn lane is proposed to improve this safety concern. mprovements are recommenaed In tne I ran lntersectia~ ~evel of Service Report and the programming stage. tion Master Plan. Thase specific Improvements are Hazard Ellmination Program, respectively. process ~section improvements, street reconstruction and street resurtacing provide a usable, efficient and safe street network for bikes, buses motor vehicles. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Council's environmental and ~portatlon goals by creating viable and sustainable transportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. Funding Prlor I 2003 I 2004 to 2003 2005 l 2006 I 2007 I 2008 I~Carry O erto'2008) I -_. . -----_.._. ~ ,.. 32 PROJECT NAME: 30THB,~SELINE INTERSECTION ~ :,;~ • City of 9oulder Department of Public Works TRANSPOHTATION DIVISION ~ 33 .. 2003 2008 CAPITAL IMPRQVEMENTS PROGRAM __ _. ...,... ..._ ..__,.. . PROJECT STATUS REPORT ~ m mprovements 57 ~~~~ ,~u~ ~JN~~ ~a~,~~ ~ ~~~as~er rian ~ i nnr~ advocates that investment in the transportation infrastructure occur'in a~ strategic and integrated fashion. The Plan supports this philosophy by deployed modal improvements strategically, in a system of "multi-modal" corridors. Multi-modal corridors are defined as roadways serving both bicycle primary routes and transit trunk routes. There are six east-west and four north-south multi-modal corridors included in the Plan. The improvements proposed as part of this project are part of the multi-modal infrastructural investment. ihis project will add a southbound to eastbound left-turn lane, a westbound left turn lane, and will add a raised ;rossing on westbound to northbound right-tum lane for enhanced bike/pedestrian access and safety. Funding: ?002: City = $259,000. 2003: TEA- 21 ~ $272,000. z~: ~~ are not requiretl for ty~ CDOT review process. occurin •~~~~~r~~~a~~~~~ ~.~a~~er rian is oasea on impiemanting a balanced multimodal-basedYhansportatton sys[em. 7hls muliimodal based~~~~ ~~~ stment strategy Is focused in an Interconnected system of six east-west and tour north•south corridors that constitute the designated ~.imodal corridor grid. Providing a usable, connected and integrafed multi-modal hansportation system addresses CouncfPs environmental transpoAation goals by creating viable and sustalnable trensportation optlons, cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. -___. will Funding prior I 2003 tq 2003 Fire Department to minimize impacte to Fire Station~~at 2004 2005 2006 ~ 2007 g 2008 Planned Funding I (Carry Over to 2008) 531 -:-,_..._.-- - 34 • ~ ~ PROJECT NAME: BROADWAY/BASELINE RD. INTERSECTION w ~ : City of Boulder Department of Public Works TRANSPORTATION DIVISIO~J ~ ~,. .. , ( 2003 2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM g~. . _.,__ . ...,_... . ...,.. _.... __...__.. ,._. . ~.~~ .. . . . ._...... _...~.... . _. PROJECT STATUS REPORT ~ ~ ' .. ~ ': ~ ; „_ ,, A """ Ave (Broadway to US 36) ~711014 .,,.~..,~,~..+~.. TM~NT ,;',PW/i'ransportation "` ~"'~ ~m y~~ ~~` suQ~oMM~NI~ INorth Boulder Growth 27 et lacks both bike and pedestrian facilities and has inadequate drainage facilities. Much development has urred over the past few years. On-street bike lanes and sidewalks are needed on this stretch of Violet necting these developments to similar facilities on Broadway. This project will be constructed in conformance the now approved North Boulder Subcommunity Plan which specifically calls for on-street bikelanes and walks. Per existing subdivision agreements, developers and property owners will be required to participate in project. t Is consistent with the Transportetion Master Plan by upgrading this street to a minimum City Stenda facilities. In addition, this project Is consistent with tha approved North 8oulder Subcommunity Plan. and design to occur ;: ~ ne ~ ransponanon iviasier rian is oesea on impiementing a naiancea muinmodai-pasea transportauon systam. -i~his multlmotlal•basetl 'k Investment shategy is focused in an interconnected system of six east-west and four north-south corridors that constitute the designated '+~ multimodal corridor grid. Providing a usabla, connected and integrated multi-modal transportaHon system addresses Councll's environmental '.: and transportation goals by creating vlable and sustalnable transportation options, cleanar air, reduced congestlon and lower VMT. f~eldtigitshipWlth~ltherDapar~irl¢ntg ~: :. ~~ . i ? ~Utllity upgredes will need to be ooordinated. Ooortlination~with Planning Department, the Plood CoMrol Dlvision end~Greenways related to ~~~ ,; Faurmile Creek improvements will be needed. Funding Prior I 2003 to 2003 1 ~rlges.frQm p~st,CIP;~. _.,. ....________._ __ 36 2004 I 2005 I 2006 I 2007 ~ 2008 I(Carry 0 er toi2008) ' B%::' • ~f • PROJECT NAME: VIOLET AVENUE - BROADWAY TO US 36 ~ ~ ~ _ . ~ ._. ~ ~'C~"_ IJ~MI T M I( ~ T t9 ~ [ °1 Bla k CN I.~r~3 -• CPPk Y' PT Ci Wonderland d < m CaRe ~~ r s~ cr. [. ~ ox . vs ' Y~ > o ct. w y n nl. µ ~ ~ix~ r WINCE N ° M f = A .i~~ri ~N tx. ~' C( F ~ 7Y i ~ •. ~,i_AVE.~_ ~ ~ . ~ - ~.~ ~' ~~~j„a. ~• . y~~ c OP`rC.~ \ O1K € a C. ~~~y(1N~~ la~ ~ N ~= ~ NP ~. M~ Q~C`W TM f' N P ~ .le 2 ~i 1 IYI 3 p a~~.(~~H°a-'-2!'W~~-~ x 1sY ~ r M1~ ich ~. ~~, ~.~ T 1 ~ 1 ~YL/~~ vs~ c-~[k~,,,~p~~qp 0~ r ' a • E~.~c .' "".. r.yw+~~_ ~f ~I ... a x.~.ociw~. W - V ~ City of Boulder Department of Pubilc Works TRANSPORTATION DIVISION I ransportetlon master Nlan Is nasea on Implementing a nelancetl multl-motlal•b9setl transportatlon 5ystem. Thls multi•motlal-basetl stment strategy is focused In an Interconnected system of six east-west and four north-south corridors that constitute the deslgnated i-modal corridor grid. Providing a usable, connected and integrated multl-model transportation system addresses Council's environmental transportatton goals by creating vtable and sustafnable fransportation options, cleaner air, reduced congestion and Iower VMT. k ~•;f~$?~' 3?%`, i( F A e E5. 4~` a ~' t' i~~;~ii''~ ~ru t n y. ~ A* $, ~Y~ i1...~i ry{ ~,i , 4~.`! ba~l~~ C~~" f' is 3r a~ i , ~a: ~ a~?tsi. +uI£ ~ i~' at~,4jn"~!!¢~ ,,: ` ~'!. ; „u,i r ... ~ . e . .. ..... .~. , . . ., . . u , , A . . r ,~ ~ .~ , ` Funding Prlor 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funtling S to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) .~ ProJectad Funding: ~ 0 0 300,000 2,496,000 0 0 0 2,796,000 ~ TOTAL CAPITAL COS`fS ~ , ~ ' '" tat Yeax of Fundlrig: '2ooa ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m.,~.. ~.__~. ~~ . .. , x, .. ~ ' ; . ~ . ~ 2,798,000) , ~ ~nQQ2 A 'ro ~ d funtls ~ ~( ~ ~ ~ ' ~ ~ $o ' „ vQ . • ~ c ~ ~ ~. Ghan9ea from pa§! CIP ~ ~C.e::,._ _.._ ~_.. _~m __.. . _ ~ ~ ~ ~ T r-- -~--~ - ~T~ ~ _ Y . . ~ 38 2003 2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM .,..._.._ . _. ........... ......~.... ._. ._..... PROJECT STATUS REPORT ~..~mu, s., _,~ ....... -~.. _,,,,,.._........ . - ..... ,,..., Bike Lanes - iris to ix10 uuring the development of the Bike System Plan as part of the Transportation Master Plan, constructing bike lanes on the stretch of Broadway from Iris to Norwood was identified as a high priority bike system need. Currently on- street bike lanes exist on Broadway from Norwood to the City limits and on Iris from Broadway to 28th Street. Each of these bike facilities are heavily utilized by bicyclists. The stretch of Broadway connecting these two facilities currently lacks on-street bike lanes which makes bicycling in this area very difficult and deters such activity. This project would construct on-street bike lanes on Broadway, from Iris to Linden and a bike climbing lane from Linden to Norwood, thus eliminating this bike system discontinuity. Funiiing: 2004-2005: City= $1.004M; TEA-21 = $600k. act is conslstent with the Transportetion Master Plan which gives higl and increasing bike mode share. This project is included In ihe 8ike / multimodal corridor. process, CEAP, design to completing Gty Bike faclliAes thus promotin Plan and In table 7.1 - proJects required wlthin r, ennancement ana completion oi tne petlestrian and bicycle systems work toward making the city more walkable and bikeable. ling a usable and wnnected multi-modal transpodation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating and sustainable transportation options resulting in cleaner air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. „"~':.,.,.,I.. Y . .. A .Y.4 Fl! a ~ .I ..; : .. , - ... , .._ _.,...» , m_..~.,... ....., _.~..........._ ...-..n..:.: . ,.. -..e.. . ~~ . '. ~ . ,..~...aL ".,......_ _'a a_.,. -:.: »» . s~Underground utility upgrades in this stretch of Broadway will be coordineted with City Udlity Division and with private utiliry compames. t,€ E . ~ Y~3 ~i ~~:' 1 Y ~~u;rs ~ r~ ^'" :i . ~ u t ; t?.. G~' ~"~k~2~.~~~.'F.~+ ~y~ rGi ~'. va, g~i~'s ~-~ t i ~'iM1j;~T~) k~.4 F~7ry1! ~ y n~lk~ P~ i~ t l~'~ ' 4'~ c~... ~~~" e a~t~ i a~i 5~{~. i ~ I 3 ?I.. %. F ~~. ~K.< .,~€' ~F .... a~~d a J. . , ~.L C~le.. << ,~ ~ i ..j9, . ~..,,~. 74.:d t ki np,u'"~.,.. ~ ~ h~ ~ ", Funding Prlor 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funding t. to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) -+ Pro~ected Funding: 0 0 100,000 1,504,000 0 0 0 1604000-=' 39 - -- ~ ' ~' PROJEC7 NAME: BROADWAY BIKELANES - IRIS TO NORWOOD . :~`~ City of Boulder , • Department of Public Works TRANSPORTATION DIV(SION ' 40 2003-2008 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ... _ ~ . ....... ..... ._ ..._.._.., _......_.~......_........,. ____...__..._..__ .... .... .._.__ ..._.M.....,, PROJECT STATUS REPORT St. Conshuction - 81 moject implements the long-term improvements for pedestrian crossings and transit stop improvements ~ped through the 28th Steet design process and included in the 28th St, Transportation Network Plan. These /ements will provide mid-block pedestrian crossing opportunities by providing a series of three pedestrian :s and flashing beacons to enhance the ability of pedestrians to cross 28th Street and to improve pedestrian cts to transit service at these Iocations.Funding: 2004-2005: City =$ 495k; TEA-21 =$495k. City matching are included in project 781743-28th Street. nnan taciuty enhancements support and end all trips. ;,y;;;~This project Is part of the north 20th Street process. Tt .;~-j;;.~and Is anticipated to go to council in the summedtall of concept of the TMP. Pedestrians process are ~_r. n v„~w~~a,+a~.~~ . .:~. ;: ,. ,. .,. :.~, ,:,...: . _.......:.._. ..........n... ..... ,...<. .. .. ..........<...v,........__..._.:~~ ..,......m...m. ~ .M.._.._,,,..,' . ...v,. ....:...~. . .........:,:...._..........„...........:~.. ~, enhencement and completlon of the pedestrlan and bicycle systems work toward making the cliy more walkable and bikeable. ing a usable and connected multi-modal lransportation system addresses Council's environmental and transportation goals by creating and sustainable transportation options resulting in clsaner alr, reduced congestlon and lower VMT. Funding Prior I 2003 to 2003 2004 I 2005 I 2006 I 2007 I 2008 I(Carry 0 er toi2008) e notin • process ,~~Coordinate with CDOT and tha~n ' ReJBtloqahlp wItM.Other Dep~YtmeqLe,' ~ ''- -. CDOT and the railroad ~-~Coordinate with extemal aaencles Includinp ~ ~~ F...:T ...~ _.IN • ,, l j EI ~~ •5' t~ ~ ~~ ~ 3 (I~ E; th ~~~? "~ ~ y ~ `~~~' ! ~ ' ~ SX ~y ~4 -ji !`h ~ 'ii k~e k d"Ei:n A ~ a 3± ::; p t(~I ~ki 5 qal9 '+~ E u~ ~~ u~[ ~ ~ . .. i 2 n, 6 , c )~i..... ~6 ~ <~., r . . . .?~_ : .. . t~t~il r .._c ~ .b. .. . t7- _ , . . . i . ~.. n ~ d cr ~ ~ Funding Prior 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Plannad Funding (Carry Over to 2008) to 2003 - Projected Funding: 0 0 6fi0,000 0 0 0 0 660,000 43 i ID'~jUM: , . 80 ;_ :: _~ , .. ~... p ..u..~~ ~ '~..+{t" ~,' ~vmiuaivwiuoi ~ ~~ > ~ . . , , ,.: . ~ . ,. ~ :. , ~ , ~ PUNDIN~, SQURCE ` , ~ .~ .. _-. ~ (Transportetion Fund ~ W ~ 91(QP Area Area I . , . . . ~ ~'~1.. _ . . .. _ . ~ . ~..r.w . , ~ ;I~CTSTATi(Si::;'~(New Constmction - Not Growth Reiated ~tioo Mester ~ '-~Public Procpas Sfatp's, Issuea, .....,:.,_ ~~_ .. ... ..... ., . . ._ ..._._~ ~.. : ' ~ <..~ . ...._:.;. . ~. ..:_~:,.~.:: -~Design will begin In 2005~ with construction in 2006. The CEAP was approved In Marc Aeletions~tp w~th o}ner ~apartr~~~itsi Coord(nate with Greenwavs end~Parks.~~ Funding Prlor I 2003 to 2003 ~i ~ e` I ~"~'~~~ ;~i g ` ~rA~ ~~~~ ~ ;i~~ im+~ a . t~~ ~ ~ 4' i ~l~ ~`" ~; ' '~~ °~ { ~. ~ . r t ~; i ! :;. : .. . ,. a , _I. ,.. ~. . is .. 9; .. iJ.,ti r , :m 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funding (Carry Over to 2008) 0 0 100,000 1,100,000 0 0 1,200,000 ~~> i~t Yeainf Fu4ding:= 2005 ~ 1 200,000 ~~ ...:.. ~ _ _ 2oo29pprovadtunde ~ _....~~= ~~.~... ~ _ $o .~ ~ ~ - ` ~, - - „ , ., - . .- . - , , - .. - 44 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM ~,... _ ..,~......,~.._ _. _.._......,.. PROJECT STATUS REPORT Ave. (Citv Limits to ~~ ~. , ... .~~ ~ 1xx2 'a 21 t. ~ h Boulder ~ ~ , .i,' ~ ; ~ ~ ~=! _ .~..~.:. ... .,..: ...,,~.w: ~ ...w...~ .. ......: .. ....', ... en Ave, lacks both bike and pedestrian facilities and has inadequate drainage facilities Much development occurred over the past few years. On street bike lanes and sidewalks are needed on this stretch of Linden connecting these developments to similar facilities on Broadway. This project will be constructed in ormance with the now approved North Boulder Subcommunity Plan which specifically calis for on-street lanes and sidewalks. Per existing subdivision agreements, developers and property owners will be required to cipate in this project. facilities. In addition this project Is consistent with and design this street to a minimum Ciry Standard antl Norlh Boulder Subcommunitv Plan. itionsMp to Council,Goalai;: ' ; _.__,_.. , _~..., . .... .,..m :.: ..........~ ... _.. , ;: . ~W.~...:, _.~~~ ., ...... . ~_.. ~W:.:G. Transportatlon Master Plan Is based on Implemanting a balanced multimodel-based transportation system. This multimodel-based stment strategy is focused in an interconnected system of six east-west and four north-south corridors that constitute the designated imodal corridor grid. Providing a usabla, connected and integrated multi-modal transportation system addresses Councll's environmental transportation goals 6y creating viable and sustalnable transportation optlons, cleanar air, reduced congestion and lower VMT. Utlll u rades~b the Uulit Dlvislon will nea~ "'~"'~ `u ~~LL ~,~~~ ~., FTy. xpg y y ~ d to ba coordinated. ~ ~'M'..' ~x µ..,,..~~~~ ' . ~. ~.~.~~ ..IT.~ P~„' n .'..~~~~ . ~~~. ~ iq . ~ ~ y j,~~:~~:~I.'}~.~5~`t~ .3'~~e~'~i~~ist~ LY~tfl { _ ~'f. ~ .tiS' ~~~~.3a(5i~ ~ i~n~~ ~ ~.y yi.`~p . e...~w,~~,. J. ~~M.!~Y. ~ ~ju~¢~IN ~~~ 3~~ 1 r .i14 ~~ry~~~~ ~ ~~rl ~ ~~S~r'~i kSSf~n~ ,~~%i. b~ E,1 iua ~ i~`~1 ,:~ k i_~ ~e n 2:~'.. ? Punding Prior 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Planned Funding ; to 2003 (Carry Over to 2008) ` Pro~ected Funding: 0 0 0 0 140,000 635,000 635,000 1,410,000~ ~ ,45 _ ~ PROJECT NAME: LINDEN AVE. - CITY LIMITS TO BROADWAY ~ '~`~ City of Boulder Department o} Public Works • TRANSPORTATION DIVISION ' . ~ 46