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6C - Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections PlanCITY OF BOULDER PLANNING BOARD AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE: July 18, 2002 (Agenda Item Prepazation Date: July 10, 2002) AGENDA TITLE: Public hearing and consideration of a recommendation to City Council on the Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan (BVRC TCP). REQUESTING DEPARTMENT: Public Works Department Tracy Winfree, Director of Public Works for Transportation Michael Gardner-Sweeney, Transportation Planning and Operations Coordinator Bob Whitson, Transportation Planner Stephany Westhusin, Transportation Project Management Coordinator PURPOSE: The purpose of this agenda item is to allow Planning Board to: • Review the BVRC TCP, • Hear a presentation from staff on the BVRC TCP's content and the process in which it was developed, . Hear public comment on the BVRC TCP, and • Provide comments on the BVRC TCP BACKGROUND: The Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan (BVRC TCP) is a map- based multi-modal transportation plan that defines the desired future transportation system in the BVRC and surrounding area. The study area includes the Future Bouider Transit Village site northeast of 30`h and Pearl streets. The BVRC TCP document is centered on a detailed map-based network plan and includes goals, objectives, policies, design parameters, and implementation guidelines, including an Action Plan. The detailed Action Plan attached to the BVRC TCP defines specific steps for implementation Draft - Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan AGENDA ITEM # 6C, Paee 1 and will be updated periodically by Transportation and BURA staff. This approach to planning the future transportation system needs in the BVRC area is modeled after the North 28`h Street Transportation Network Plan, approved by City Council on December 11, 2001. The BVRC TCP incorporates recommended improvements made in the recent varsion of the BVRC Transportation Connections Plan, dated December 1998. DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS OF THE PLAN: A COMPREHENSIVE MAP is included as Figure 1 for the entire area. It is supported by Figure 2, which provides a key to the superblock division and delineates the BVRC boundary. Figures 3 through 14 show a more detailed view of each "superblock" within the area. These maps detail the existing and proposed transportation network facilities for the BVRC TCP area for all modes of travel. Transit, pedestrian, bicycle, and roadway connections aze all illustrated, as is the need for future connections to the Future Boulder Transit Village: The map and/or the associated text in the TCP document specify the intended flexibility when making the recommended connections. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES ofthe $VRC TCP are geared toward implementation and datail the ultimate tazget of the Plan as well as the capital improvements, policies, regulation changes, development review guidance and plauning activities that will be necessary. The goals and objectives are included on pages 2 and 3 of the $VRC TCP. POLICIES to support the BVRC TCP are included in Section 4 of the document. These policies specify the importance of making the recommended connections; detail the specific flexibility intended when making a specific connection and require the coordination with other plans and programs in Boulder, including the Boulder Valley Transportation Master Plan, the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, the Crossroads Mall Redevelopment Framework and the Greenways Program and Master Plan. (See pages 5 through 9) • DESIGN PARAMETERS TO SUPPORT THE BVRC TCP have been included in Section 5 of the document (page 10). They address minimum transportation facility cross-sections and reference the BVRC streetscape guidelines. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRANSPORTATION CONNECTIONS PLAN is discussed in more detail in Section 6 of the document (pages 11 through 13) with topics including development or redevelopment triggers, neaz-term projects the city is undertaking in the BVRC area, the Action Plan (included with the document as Attachment A and containing a detailed "To Do" list to aid in Plan implementation), and the Plan Amendment Process. PLAN DEVELOPMENT AND REVIEW PROCESS: The development of the BVRC TCP originated with the BVRC Transportation Connections Plan adopted by BURA board on March 19, 1997, with revisions adopted on December 9, 1998. Draft - Boulder Valley Reginna! Center Transportation Connections Plan AGENDA ITEM # 6C. Paee 2 The current update to the BVRC TCP was reviewed as part of a larger, ongoing planning process, the Arapahoe Transportation Network Plan (ATNP), by a Task Force created to review staffls proposal for multi-modal improvements in the Arapahoe Avenue corridor. The ATNP Task Force includes business owners, property owners, and residents of the area; a representative from the Boulder Bicycle Commuters, CU, Boulder County, and CDOT; and Planning, BURA and Transportation staff and consultants. The Task Force has 23 members, and is supported by a project team consisting of consultants and city staf£ Two Task Force meetings have been held to date. At both of these meetings, the BVRC TCP map was reviewed and comments were taken from the Task Farce. In addition to the Task Force review of the map, the BVRC TCP was also the focal point of an "open hours" session held in the lobby of the Municipal Building on Apri12, 2002. The map was posted and comment sheets were available for two weeks i~ the Municipal Building lobby and in Crossroads Mall. Staff provided informational updates to the Transportation Advisory Board on May 13, 2002 and monthly to the BURA board for the six-month duration of the project. The document also received numerous staff reviews by members of BURA, Planning Department, the City Attorney's Office, Development Review and the Transportation Division. The formal review process of the BVRC TCP includes the following steps: • On June 19, 2002, BURA Board unanimously adopted and recommended that City Council adopt the BVRC TCP. • On July 8, 2002, TAB made a unanimous recommendation of the BVRC TCP to City Council. • On July 18, 2002, staff to present the document to Planning Board for public hearing and consideration of a recommendation to City Council on the Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan (BVRC TCP). • On July 23, 2002, staff to present the document to City Council for review and consideration for adoption. ANALYSIS: Planning Board should consider these key, flexible improvements detailed in the BVRC TCP: Alternatives for transit, bike, pedestrian and vehiculaz connections between the major development areas of the Future Boulder Transit Village and the Crossroads Mall site. A finer roadway, pedestrian and bicycle network through the Crossroads Mall site, consistent with the Crossroads Framework. Specific alignments remain to be defined and are subject to negotiation with the developer of the Crossroads site. Draft - Boulder Valley Regiona[ Center Transpartation Connections Plan AGENDA ITEM # 6C. Paee 3 • Coordination with CU's east campus redevelopment provides additional roadway, bike/pedestrian and transit access through the site, in accordance with the CU Master Plan • Transit "'_;uper Stops" along 28`~' and 30`~' streets are placed in accordance to the South 28`n Street CEAP • Options for the Arapahoe Avenue cross-section, to be considered upon conidor-wide evaluation with the Arapahoe Transportation Network Plan study. . Policies to support the plan: o Redevelopment must connect to the surrounding transportation network. o The actual location of each connection is flexible based on parcel size. o Consolidation, coordination and sharing of driveways along arterial roadways should be achieved upon redevelopment. o Right-of-way dedication and acquisition shall occur as needed. o A minimum of one pedestrian link (in addition to the public sidewalk) between buildings should be provided. o Coordination among other policies and ptans shatl occur. BURA BOARD ADOPTION: On June 19, 2002 BURA Board unanimously adopted and recommended for adoption to City Council the BVRC TCP with the following revisions: add a grade separated pedestrian crossing at 29`h/Arapahoe, eliminate the mid-block crossing on 30`h Street between Arapahoe and CompUSA as well as the adjoining multi-use path to King Soopers. Provide a multi-use connection to the north of King Soopers, just south of CompUSA, along the secondary vehiculaz connection. Add a multi-use path along the east-west secondary vehiculaz connection south of the Marriott. These changes are incorporated in the draft TCP attached to this memo. One of the Boazd members noted that the diagonal multi-use paths in the southern portion of the Crossroad Redevelopment Site are intended to be conceptual alignments only. Staff stated that this is noted on a map in the document on Superblock 6 Detail, Figure 10, page 23. Another board member stated that he does not support mid-block crossings on busy streets, such as 30'h, as it is not safe and can impede traffic. He recommended that barriers be constructed to prevent pedestrians from crossing in non-designated areas. Some members concurred that the east-west grade separated crossings at Wendy's and 32nd Street may be relatively easy to construct, but they are not high priority. The money to construct those underpasses could be diverted elsewhere, such as to the potentially expensive grade separatad crossing at 29th and Arapahoe. Finally, the board discussed the question of whether the City or the developer pays for each of the connections. They requested that staffprovide further detail to the Board regarding funding mechanisms for the transportation connections shown on the plan, past successes in funding similaz facilities, ways of ensuring equitability and consistency in the site review process, and the possibility of utilizing a transportation impact fee. Draft - Boulder Val[ey Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan AGENDA ITEM # 6C. Paee 4 TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD ADOPTION: On July 8, 2002, Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) unanimously recommended the BVRC TCP to CiTy Council. Four major policy items were discussed: 1. Ensure that bike paths through the BVRC aze not circuitous as though merely for recreation, but are as direct as possible, with cross-town travel in mind. 2. There was concern that the connections shown for the Crossroads site would not be applicable if the site were developed very differently from the Crossroads Framework, for instance, as a park or as a"car-free zone." StafPs response was that the BVRC TCP would be amended if the Crossroads Framework and its mixed-use urban village concept became invalid. The BVRC TCP is being adopted based on the current land use plan and if the land use changes, the BVRC plan would be amended to reflect that change. Some board members favored the further evaluation of adding on-street bike facilities along 28`h Street in the study area. One member expressed concern that the Plan Amendment Process would be lengthy and may not be compatible with the Site Review Process. It was uncleaz whether a development appiication that is pending approval for an amendment to the BVRC TCP would be held up in the Site Review Process. First Motion: Unanimous recommendation of the BVRC Plan to City Council. Second Motion: During the final design of 28`h Street, staff should look at putting on-street bike facilities on 28°i Street between Arapahoe and Peazl. It was approved, 3 to 2. PUBLIC COMMENT AND PROCESS: As noted above, the public process for the review of the BVRC TCP was linked to the public process incorporated into the Arapahoe Transportation Network Plan. The public comments received throughout the development and review of the BVRC TCP have been overwhelmingly in favor of the BVRC TCP. The review comments from various departments and boards have been extremely positive as well. There are no unresolved issues related to the public comment received, and there is no pending public review process except for that held in front of Planning Board and Council. This BVRC TCP, once adopted by City Council, will have immediate uYility by developers, Development Review staff and by the staff and consultants who are in the process of updating the Transportation Master Plan. The fiscal implications of this Plan to the city will be detailed and refined as part of future updates to the Transportation Master Plan and the development of future Capital Improvement Programs that may reflect the recommendations of the BVRC TCP. Draft - Boulder Valley Regionn! Center Transportation Connections Plan AGENDA ITEM # 6C, Paee 5 This, and all Transportation Connections/Network Plans, shall serve as implementation tools for the Transportation Master Plan. Transportation Division and BURA staffs will be charged with periodic updates to the Action Plan component of the BVRC TCP as necessary. PLANNING BOARD ACTION REQUESTED: Staff is requesting a public hearing and consideration of a recommendation to City Council on the Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan (BVRC TCP). Approved By: ATTACHMENT: Attachment A: Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan, Updated June 25, 2002 Draft - Boulder Va[!ey Regiona! 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Y~b ~, +'~R.`t{~it~t l~. ~~" ~~ . . - . ~ Draft Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connectians Plan Anticipated Plan Review and Adoption Schedule - June 19, 2002 Adopted by the Boulder Urban Renewal Authority Board and Recommended for Adoption by City Council - July 8, 2002 Rcvicw by the Transportation Advisory Board - July 11, 2002 Review by tha Planning Board - July 23, 2002 Review and Adoption by the City Council Plan Development Acknowledgments - The Arapahoe Transportation Network Plan Task Forcc - City of Boulder Transportation Division Staff - City of Boulder Planning Department Staff ~ ./~lr~~'' - BURA Staff ~~ CITV OF BOULDEP~ - Consultants: The Osprcy Group, Fox Higgins Transportation Group and Carter & Burgess ~ The Oryrry eronp IFO% , Carfer~~Burgees ~ ~ TABLE OF CONTENTS ~ 1.0 Summary of this Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan ... 1 ~ 2.0 Goals and Objectives of the BVRC TCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2.1 Goals ........................................................ ..2 ~ 3.0 2.2 Objectives ..................................................... The Map-Based Transportation Connections Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..2 . . 3 ~ 3.1 3.2 TCP SuperBlock Maps ........................................... Transit in the BVRC Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..4 . . 4 ~ 4.0 Policies Needed to Support the BVRC TCP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1 Connectivity to the City-wide Multi-Modal Transportation System . . . . . . . . . . . 6 . . 6 4.2 Flexibility of Connection Location Regarding Development or Redevelopment ~ 4.3 . . . ..... .... Transportation Connections in the Crossroads Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..6 . . 7 4.4 Coordination of Access to Arterial Roadways with Arterial Roadway Frontage ~ 4.5 .............................................................. Right-Of-Way Dedication and Acquisition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..7 . . 8 4.6 Pedestrian Connections Between Buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 4.7 Coordination with the Boulder Valley Transportation Master Plan . . 8 ~ 4.8 : : : : : : : : : Coordination with Boulder's Greenways Program . .. 8 4.9 Consistency with the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 ~ 4.10 Coardination of the TCP area improvements with the South 28`h Street CEAP .. 9 4.11 Consistency and Coordination with the North 28`h Street Transportation Network Plan .......................................................... ..9 ~ 4.12 Incorporation of the BVRC TCP into the Arapahoe Transportation Network Plan .............................................................. ..9 ~ 4.13 Development or Redevelopment Compliance with Boulder's City-wide Transportation Demand Mana~ement (TDM) Program . .. 9 ~ 5.0 TCP 5.1 Design Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Minimum Cross-Sections for Roadways, Sidewalks, Multi-use Pathways, . 10 and Bicycle Lanes ................................................... .10 ~ 6.0 Implementation of the BVRC Transportation Connections Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 6.1 Ordinances to Support TCP Implementation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 ~ 6.2 6.3 Development or Redevelopment Triggers for TCP Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . Near Term Projects by the City of Boulder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 t . 11 6.4 Projects that will be Implemented with Development or Redevelopment .... . 12 ~ 6.5 6.6 The Boulder Valley Regional Center TCP Action Plan . . : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : . Transportation Connections Plan Amendment Process . . . 12 . 12 ~ , Draft - Boulder Valley Regtonal Center Transportat~on Connections Plan Page i LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1 BVRC Transportation Connections Pian Comprehensive Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Figure 2 BVRC TCP Superblock Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Figure 3 Superblock 1 Alternative 1 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Figure 4 Superblock 1 Alternative 2 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Pigure 5 Superblock 1 Alternative 3 DeCail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Figure 6 Superblock 2 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Figure 7 Superblock 3 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Figure 8 Superblock 4 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Figure 9 Superblock 5 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Figure 10 Superblock 6 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Figure 11 Superblock 7 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Figure 12 Superblock 8 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Figure 13 Superblock 9 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Figure 14 Superblock 10 Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Figure 15 North 28`" Street Superblock Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Figure 16 Future Transit Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Figure 17 Existing / Proposed Property Access Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Figure 18 Plan Amendment Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 ATTACHMENTS A. BVRC Transportation Connections Plan - ACTION PLAN B. TCP Development and Approval Process Draft - Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan Page ii ~ ~ ~ 1.0 Summary of this Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan ~ This Boulder Valley Regional Center (BVRC) Transportation Connections Plan (TCP) ~ addresses the multi-modal transportation system needs for moving to and through the area located between Folsom and the approximate 35`" Street alignment, and from Boulder Creek to the north side of Pearl Street. This TCP also extends north of Pearl Street to Mapleton ~ Avenue to include the Boulder Transit Village which is under development northeast of the intersection of 30`h/Peazl. This TCP builds upon the original Transportation Connections Plan for the Boulder Valley Regional Center which was adopted by the Boulder Urban _ Renewal Authority in 1997 and revised in 1998. "" The Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan defines the desired ~ future transportation network in the area for all modes of travel. The TCP will help land owners, developers, and the City plan for the connections needed in this area. Over time, the plan and the proposed improvements will be integrated into the Boulder Valley ~ Transportation Master Plan and the Transportation Capital Improvement Programs (CIP). The recornmendations and requirements of the TCP will be implemented through: ' • the adoption of appropriate ordinances • construction of capital improvements as part of Boulder's Capital Improvement ~ Program (CIP), including but not (imited to construction of the improvements within the 28`h Street right-of-way identified in the 28"' Street South Segment Community and Environmental Assessment Process (CEAP) ~ • construction of capital improvements associated with the future Boulder Transit Village • dedication and acquisition of right-of-way ~ • construction of on-site improvements by property owners as appropriate when parcels develop or redevelop, including but not limited to the redevelopment of the Crossroads Mall area ~ • transportation system expansions and improvements in the CU Campus east of 30'" Street and south of Arapahoe Avenue. ~ The major components of this BVRC Transportation Connections Plan include: - Map Based Transportation Connections Plan, illustrated on Figare 1 including ~ recommended multi-modal facilities and connections. Note that this is a right-of- way plan based on Section 9-3.3-14 of the 1981 Boulder Revised Code (BRC). - South 28"' Street Corridor CEAP Recommendations including 28`h Street cross- ~ section improvements, multi-modal facilities in the right-of-way, improvements to enhance safety, recomrnended access configuration, landscape improvements and public art opportunities ~. - BVRC TCP Document (this document) including goals, objectives, policies, plan amendment procedures, standards and implementation guidance ~ Draft - Boulder valley Regional Center ' Transportation Connections Plan Page i - BVRC TCP Action Plan which is a"to do" list of steps necessary to implement this Transportation Connections Plan (in this document as Attachment A). Some action items are one time events; some have specific target dates attached; and some describe on-going activity needed. The TCP Action Plan will be updated periodically by Transportation Division and BURA staff. 2.0 Attachment B is a summary ofthe BVRC TCP development and public review and adoption process. Goals and Objectives of the BVRC TCP 21 Goals The goals listed below represent the ultimate targets for the BVRC TCP: • Improve access and mobility to, tF~rough, and within the BVRC area for all modes of travel by developing a multi-modal transportation grid where possible. • Improve transportation safety for all modes and reduce traffic accidents. • Provide visual continuity within transportation corridors. • Reduce vehicular congestion on arterial roadways in the area and minimize the need for traffic within the area to circulate on arterial roadways. • Provide a transportation network that improves access to businesses in the area. • Provide a transportation network that supports and encourages land development andlor redevelopment that is consistent with the Boixlder Valley Comprehensive Plan. 2.2 Objectives The objectives listed below are divided by categories relating to general issues, capital improvements, programs, regulation changes, development review guidance, and plaruiing activities that will be used to implement the goals of the TCP: General Objectives: • Develop a map-based plan for a multi-modal transportation netwark in the area that defines the needed transportation connections (roadways, paths, routes etc.) for pedestrian, bicycle, automobile, and transit travel. This map based plan is illustrated in Figure 1. • Develop regulations and ordinances specific to this TCP that can be used to evaluate and direct development and redevelopment applications. • Provide efficient multi-modal connections to the future Boulder Transit Village to facilitate planned regional transit service and potential passenger rail Yravel in the future. • Evaluate the potential to locate a bicycle and pedestrian trail along the railroad right-of-way where no efficient parallel trails or pathways exist Draft - Boulder Yalley Regional Center - Transportation Connections PCnn Page 2 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Objectives geared toward capital project construction by the Ci[y (may also have application to development revdew): • Define short-term improvements and connections from the TCP map for inclusion in the Transportation CIP. • Evaluate the potential for innovative transit improvements in the arterial roadway rights-of-way, such as bus queue jump lanes, bus-bike-right turn lanes, etc. • Include the BVRC TCP recommendations in the Boulder Valley Transportation Master Plan update as appropriate. • Identify and complete missing sidewalk links in the area. Objectives geared toward development review regulations: • Implement the map-based plan in a way that ensures the planned connections are made while maintaining as much flexibility for land development options as possible for property owners developing or redeveloping individual sites. • Require the provision of internal pedestrian connections or removal of barriers to interior pedestrian travel between adjacent properties, in addition to public sidewalks. ~ • Accommodate cross-site automobile access between parking lots where practical when properties develop or redevelop to minimize travel on arterial roadways. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ When parcels develop or redevelop, require that "back door" or "cross site"automobile connections between commercial sites be provided where practical, often along the back of the property along both sides of arferial roadways to enhance access and minimize the need for automobile turns to and from the arterials. Where practical, require driveways on developing or redeveloping parcels to be located at the edge of the property such that they can be shared with adjacent properties (either in the near-term or when the adjacent parcel develops or redevelops). 3.0 The Map-Based Transportation Connections Plan The Transportation Connections Plan Map for the BVRC area (see Figure 1) illustrates the following existing and proposed transportation facilities: - roadways or automobile connections of one of the following types: ~ primary roadways ~ secondary roadways (Note that all roadways are assumed to have sidewalks on both sides unless modified for a specific roadway segment as part of a site review process) - on-street bike lanes - off-street bike / pedestrian multi-use pathways - grade separated path crossings Draft - Boulder Valley Regiana/ Center Trrznsportation Connections Plan Page 3 - transit routes - combination bus / bike / right-turn lanes - transit super stops (typically at places where transit routes cross) - traffic signals - at-grade pedestrian crossings, either at an intersection or mid-block Existing facilities are represented by solid lines and recommended future facilities are illustrated with dashed lines. Existing facilities that are in need of upgrade are illustrated with dotted lines. The right-of-way for all future transportation facilities should re dedicated or reserved. Existing transportation facilities that are not in the public right-of-way will need to have their right-of-way dedicated or reserved at the time of redevelopment (see Section 4.5 of this TCP). 3.1 TCP Super Block Maps The TCP area has been divided into 10 super blocks (see Figure 2 for a superblock key) to allow a more detailed view of the recommended transportation connections. The super blocks are illustrated in Figures 3- 14 (including alternatives for Superblock 1), which include written descriptions ofthe intended connections where appropriate. The Target and Crossroads Mall areas (Superblocks 3 and 6), have an additional shading on the Comprehensive Map (Figure 1) to illustrate that additional internal vehicular connections (not specifically shown) are anticipated in these areas when redevelopment occurs. The alignments of these internal vehiculaz connections have not been determined in order to maximize the flexibility for redevelopment proposals (see also Section 4.3). It should be noted that the northern portion of the BVRC TCP map overlaps with the southern portion of the North 28`h Street Transportation Network Plan in the area bounded by Folsom, Mapleton, 30`", and Pearl. It is the goal that the two Pians be consistent in this area. Multi-modal connections illustrated on the TCP map that are in addition to the connections in this area of the North 28'h Street T'NP map should be revised in the North 28`" Street TNP when that T'NP is updated by staff. A detailed map of this overlapping area, and the currently recommended rnulti-modal facilities is attached as Figure 15. 3.2 Transit in the BVRC Area Transit is a critical component of the multi-modal transportation system in the BVRC area, and all of the maps referenced above include corridors where transit currently exists or new transit services are proposed. The attached Future Transit Draft - Boulder Valley Regional Center ~ Transportation Connections Plan Page 4 ~ ~ 1 ' ~ ~ , ' ~ ~ ~ ~ Map (Figure 16) provides a more comprehensive look at transit facilities and connections in the BVRC area and includes: ~ route specific information for existing and future transit on each roadway corridor ~ a broader look at existing and future regional transit connections ~ distinction between local and local high-frequency transit routes ~ reference to a new high frequency circulator shuttle through the BVRC area. Expanded regional transit to and through the BVRC area will include the DART to/from Longmont in the Diagonal Highway / 28t° Street / Canyon Blvd. corridor, and new service to/from Denver in the US 36 / 28`h Street corridor. Additional high frequency shuttle service will include the STAMPED~ connecting CU's main campus with the east campus and the Arapahoe corridor, and the ORBIT operating in the Folsom and 28'h Street corridors. The proposed new circulator shuttle connecting the various parts of the BVRC is shown with a conceptual alignment that will aliow users to access multiple destinations while leaving their cars parked. This two-way circulator should have a frequency of less than 10 minutes if it is to be successful. Figure 16 also illustrates an additional local transit route serving the Valmont corridor. The transit routes serving the Arapahoe corridor are defined in the maps discussed above. However, the actual roadway's functional utilization, its cross- section, and right-of-way, will receive additional study to determine its most appropriate configuration to support all modes. One possibility that has been discussed, and is scheduled for implementation in the North 28'" Street Corridor, is the use of the outside lanes on a 6-lane roadway as bus-bike-right turning vehicle lanes. Transit superstops are recommended at most of the major intersections in the 28'" Street and Arapahoe corridors where regional and local transit routes cross, and adjacent to significant destinations such as CU or the Crossroads Mall area. The Boulder Transit Village located northeast of 30`" / Pearl will serve as a major bus transit hub and may one day provide access to regional passenger rail service. The resultant transit grid of local, regional, and high frequency shuttle services ~ illustrated on Figure 16 will be necessary to heip Boulder meet its aggressive multi- modal goals. And the grid of bicycle and pedestrian facilities illustrated throughout this TCP will be critical to ensuring the transit system's success. ~ ~ ~ ~ Draft - Boulder Yalley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan Page 5 4.0 Policies Needed to Support the BVRC TCP This section includes the policies that support the implementation ofthe TCP. In some cases additional rationale is provided for a topic after the policy statement to support its intent. 4.1 Connectivity to the City-wide Multi-Modal Transportation System Policy: The multi-modal transportation facilities illustrated on F'igure 1 that connect from the TCP area to the surrounding transportation network should be prioritized, programmed and implemented by the City of Boulder as part of the Boulder Valley Transportation Master Plan an,d CIP process. 4.2 Fiexibility of Connection Location Regarding Development or Redevelopment Policy: The multi-modal improvements iilustrated on the BVRC TCP map (Figure 1 and Figures 3- 14) are intended to define the needed connectivity in that area. The alignments of these connections are specific to the area shown but are not intended to be precise, so long as the connection illustrated is created in a manner that facilitates efficient travel. The intent of the TCP is to maintain flexibility in the implementation of these connections so as to not hinder redevelopment potential of a parcel or parcels. Development ar redevelopment proposals should illustrate that the intended connectivity is achieved. If the connection illustrated on the TCP map cannot be made where shown, the alignment may be varied as follows: - development or redevelopment parcels that are 10 acres in size or less must achieve the connection within 50 feet on either side of the alignment illustrated on the TCP map. - development or redevelopment parcels that are more than 10 acres in size must achieve the connection within 100 feet on either side ofthe alignment illustrated on the TCP map. - In the case of larger parcels or aggregations of parcels (15 acres or larger) such as the Boulder Transit Village, it is the intent ofthe TCP to allow flexibility in the number and type of connections made across a site, so long as the proposed connectivity goals of the TCP are achieved. This connectivity goal can best be described as the equivalent of the sYreet / alley / sidewaik grid found in traditional downtown areas. To reinforce this point, alternative comiections in the northeast area of the TCP map have been illustrated on Figures 3, 4, and 5 which illustrate alternative connections in the Boulder Transit Village area Draft - Boulder Yal[ey Regional Center Transportation Connections Plart Page 6 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ' ~ , ~ ~ ~ ~ that could be implemented without compromising the intent of the plan, subject to the Site Review Process. Changes in the proposed connections in development or redevelopment parcels that exceed the alignment limits described should be reviewed in the Plan Amendment Process as described in Section 6.6. 4.3 Transportation Connections in the Crossroads Area Policy: The grid of multi-modal transportation connections within the Crossroads area (bounded by Arapahoe, Pearl, 28"' , and 30`~' Streets) should be roughly consistent with the grid illustrated in the Crossroads Mall Redevelopment Framework in terms of the spacing, frequency and connectivity of the transportation corridors. Figures 1, 7, and 10 illustrate the approximate number and alignment of most of the desired transportation facilities in the Crossroads area. However, as noted on the Pigures, additional secondary roadways and vehicular connections will be required within the Crossroads area to provide an adequate level of connecYivity to and through the site (as per the Crossroads Mall Redevelopment Framework). These additional roadways have not been illustrated so as to allow maximum flexibility during redevelopment site planning, but their existence is required a~id specific alignments should be determined as part of the site review process for the Crossroads Mall area redevelopment. 4.4 Coordination of Access to Arterial Roadways with Arterial Roadway Frontage Policy: Coordination and sharing of driveways between adjacent parcels along arterial roadways and consolidation of driveway access to roadways within a single parcel should be achieved as parcels redevelop along arterial roadways in the BVRC area. ' Driveways accessing arterial roadways in a developing or redeveloping parcel should be located as close as possible to an edge of the property so as to be shared with an adjacent property when the adjacent property develops ' or redevelops. If the adjacent property already has a driveway located at the common property line, a shared driveway should be created to serve both parcels. ~ ~ ~ ~ r No more than one driveway should be provided onto any roadway frontage when a parcel of 5 acres or less develops or redevelops, except that two driveways could be considered to serve a parcel only if both of the two driveways are located on the edges of the parcel such that they serve (ar can in the future serve) the adjacent parcels on either side as well. Draft - Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Pltcn Page 7 Consolidating driveway access onto arterial roadways will enhance safety and operational efficiency in the BVRC area. Sharing driveways between adjacent parcels, coupled with the provision ofsecondary "back door" roadways at or near the rear properry lines (as illustrated on Figures 1 anc! 3- 14) can improve the access to any given parcel. Figure 17 illustrates this concept, comparing existing parcel access_ for a generic block ofArapahoe Avenue to an enhanced access pattern achieved through redevelopment and implementation of the TCP. 4.5 Right-Of-Way Dedication and Acquisition Policy: Necessary rights-of-way ar easements for the transportation facility improvements identified on the TCP map wi11 be reserved, dedicated to, or acquired by the City as a condition of approval for applicants applying far development or redevelopment of a parceL The City of Bouider may need to acquire the necessary right-of-way or easement for projects to be constructed by the City. 4.6 Pedestrian Connections Between Buildings Policy: Development or redevelopment of commercial properties in the BVRC area should be designed to allow pedestrian travel between buildings. Physical barriers such as wa11s, fences, hedges, berms, or significant grade changes between parcels will be discouraged in order to allow for convenient pedestrian travel between buildings and thus avoid short vehicle trips between adjacent parking areas and additional circulating traffic on the arterial roadway system. If barriers can not be avoided, ar caimot be removed where they already exist, they shall have breaks where needed for pedestrian cross-access. At least one pedestrian link shall be provided to each abutCing properry (in addition to the public sidewalk). These pedestrian connections between buildingfronts are illustrated conceptually on Figure 17. 4.7 Coordination with the Boulder Valley Transportation Master Plan Policy: The goals, objectives, and multi-modal connections identified in this BVRC TCP should be incorporated into future updates of the Transportation Master Plan to facilitate their prioritization and implemenYation. 4.8 Coordination with Bouider's Greenways Program Policy:Implementation of transportation connections in and connecting to the tributary greenways within the TCP area (as illustrated on the TCP maps) should be pursued in concert with Boulder's Greenways Master Plan and programmed into the City's CIP. Draft - Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportatdon Connections Plan Page 8 ~ ~ ~ ~ r ' ~ , ~ ~ r ~ , ~ ~' 4.9 Consistency with the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan Policy: The transportation system anticipated by the TCP in the BVRC area is intended to be consisYent with and facilitate the potential fixture land usas in the area as envisioned in the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan (BVCP). The TCP action items serve to implement BVCP transportation policies regarding multi-modal strategies and investments, accessibility, reduction of single occupancy auto trips, and transportaYion impacts. 410 Coordination of the TCP area improvements with the South 28`h SCreet C~AP Policy: The development of the 28°i Street South Segment Corridar improvements and the TCP area improvements shall be coordinated to facititate safe and effcient multi-modal mobility within and around the area. 4.11 Consistency and Coordination with the North 28`" Street Transportation Network Plan Policy: The transportation system anticipated by the BVRC TCP is intended to be consistent with and connect to the transportation system at the south end of the North 28"' Street corridor as detailed in the North 28'h Street TNP and as modified in this document. Multi-modal transportation facilities along and across Pearl Street and to/from the Boulder Transit Village should facilitate this connectivity. 4.12 Incorporation of the BVRC TCP into the Arapahoe Transportation Network Plan Policy: The Arapahoe Transportation Network Plan (currently scheduled for completion in late 2002) addresses the multi-modal transportation needs for an area along both sides of Arapahoe Avenue from Folsom Street to Westview Drive on the eastern edge of Boulder. When complete, this TNP will include the BVRC area at its western boundary. It is the intent of the Arapahoe TNP that it include this BVRC TCP in its entirety and add a broader more regional transportation focus in the entire Arapahoe corridor. 4.13 Development or Redevelopment Compliance with Boulder's City-wide ' Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Program Policy: The City of Boulder is in the process of developing a Transportation Demand ~ Management Program (TDM Program) for implementation throughout the city. This TDM Program will offer various transportation alternatives to the single occupancy vehicle (SOV). It will give people the flexibility to find a ~ trausportation option that works for them - part of the time or all of the time. The program will attempt to reduce single occupancy vehicle trips and the ~ Draft - Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportatiort Connections Plan Page 9 ~ ~ resulting congestion, pollution, increased parking and reduced open space. The city-wide TDM Program, when finalized, will haue application in the BVRC TCP area, and may be incorporated specifically into this TCP when it is updated in the future. 5.0 TCP Design Parameters 5.1 Minimum Cross-Sections for Roadways, Sidewalks, Multi-use Pathways, and Bicycle Lanes This section of the Plan def nes minimum cross-sections for roadways, sidewalks, bikeways, and multi-use pathways on the TCP map. Collector and Arterial Roadwavs All collector, minor arterial, and principal arterial roadways within the TCP area (as defined on Boulder's Roadway Functional Classification Map in the Boulder Valley Transportation Master Plan) are intended to have minimum City of Boulder cross- sections (including landscaping buffers and sidewalks) as defined in the City's Design and Construction Standards (DCS). In addition, the requirements of the BVRC Streetscape Guidelines in the BVRC Design Guidelines shall apply as appropriate. Local Access Roadwavs This map-based TCP includes three types of local access standards as follows: ~ Primary Roadway - the majar local access routes in the area. The minimum standard in nonresidential areas is the Base Street standard in the DCS, including sidewalks and landscaping. The minimum standard in residential areas is the Residential Street standard in Che DCS, including sidewalks and landscaping. In addition, the requirements of the BVRC Streetscape Guidelines in the BVRC Design Guidelines shall apply as appropriate. ~ Secondary Roadways or Vehicular Connections - typically providing access to and through the larger parcels, cross-site access between parcels, or connecting the back side of properties which front on an arterial roadway. The minimum standard in nonresidential areas is the Base Street standard in the DCS, including sidewalks and landscaping. The minimum standard in residential areas is the Residential Street standard in the DCS, including sidewalks and landscaping. In addition, the requirements of the BVRC Streetscape Guidelines in the BVRC Design Guidelines shall apply as appropriate. Modifications to these minimum standards on Secondary Roadways may be considered on a case by case basis during the site review process. Draft - Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan ~ ~ ~ ' ~ ~ ~ ' r ~ , ~ ~ ' 1 r ~ Page 10 ' ' ~ ~ Regulatory Roadway Connections - vehicular connections to and/or through , a parcel, that are required to be maintained as a condition oF development approval, but no formal easement or right-of way is required by the City. ~ The property owner may elect to provide a cross-section with elements in excess of these minimum requirements so long as the cross-section of a facility that connects between properties has consistency necessary for safe and efficient travel. The ' property owner must follow the BVRC Streetscape Guidelines for sidewalk and landscaping specifications as appropriate. ' Multi-use PaYhwavs Off-street bike/pedestrian pathways illustrated on the TCP map shall have a minimum width of 12 feet and be paved in concrete, unless it can be shown in the ~, site review process that a typical sidewalk cross-section is more appropriate in selected areas. Pathways that are not within a roadway right-of-way should be placed in a pathway easement. t On-StreeY Bic~le Lanes Bike lanes shall be designed and installed consistent with tbe City's bike lane ~ standards. ' 6.0 Implementation of the BVRC Transportation Connections Plan 6.1 Ordinances to Support TCP Implementation ~ Implementation of the TCP will, in part, raquire Yhe City to adopY necessary ordinances so that portions of the Plan may be implemented as development and , redevelopment occurs. These ordinances will allow development to occur in a manner that is consistent with the connections illustrated on the TCP map. 1 6.2 Development or Redevelopment Triggers for TCP Compliance The City should review and implement development and redevelopment thresholds ~ to determine when compliance with the TCP will be required. Development or redevelopment thresholds that could be considered include: , ~ ' ~ r - building expansions (based on size of the expansion) - a change of use - the addition of more dwelling units - any project that requires a Site Review 6.3 Near Term Projects 6y the City of Boulder The future connections illustrated on the Plan in Figures 1 and 3- 14 include a wide range of transportation system enhancements. Some of the connections may be Draft - Boulder Valley Regional Center Transportation Connections Plan Page 1 I implemented in the near term (1-5 years) by the City as part of currently planned projects. Examples may include: - multi-use path connections to the Goose Creek Path - improvements in the South 28"' Street corridor as identified in the CEAP for that project - bus queue jump lanes at selected intersections - the addition of bicycle lanes on 30`h between Pearl and Arapahoe - the addition of a multi-use path on the east side of 30`h between Arapahoe and Goose Creek - TDM Program implementation. Other projects, such as additional transit routes, transit super stops, and development of the Boulder Transit Village may be implemented over time as part of Boulder's transit system enhancement. 6.4 Projects that will be Implemented with Development or Redevelopment Many of the connections iltustrated on Figures 1 and 3- 14 can only be implemented with the development or redevelopment of one or more of the commercial parcels in the BVRC area. These connections are shown so that they will be included as part of a development or redevelopment proposal. Redevelopment of the Crossroads Mall area will trigger the implementation of many of the multi-modal connections shown for that area. 6.5 The Boulder Valley Regianal Center TCP Action Plan The Action Plan for the BVRC TCP is a detailed listing of steps necessary to implement the TCP. The tasks are divided into groups as follows: - TCP Finalization and Adoption - Network Component Implementation - City Initiative - Network Component Implementation - Local Development Initiative - TDM Component Implementation The Action Plan is included in this document as Attachment A. 6.6 Transportation Connections Plan Amendment Process The BVRC TCP is intended to be specific and yet flexible enough to have application for the foreseeable future in this portion of Boulder. However, if the need arises, this section describes a two tiered approach to modify the TCP. Administrative Adjustments to the implementation of the TCP can be completed at the staff level after review and agreement by BURA, Planning, Transportation, and Development Review staffs as appropriate. For example, staffmay authorize the Draft - Boulder Valley RegSonal Center ~ Transportation Connections Plan Page 12 ~ ' , ~ ~ , ~ ' ' , i ! ~ i 1 ! 1 1 1 ~ administrative adjustment to the alignment of a connection illustrated on Figures 1 and 3- 14 when the requested adjustment meets all of the following criteria: the adjustment results in a lateral shift in alignment of less than 100 faet in properties that are 10 acres in size or less, or less than 150 feet in properties that are 10 acres or more in size the adjustment has no adverse impacts on surrounding properties Another example of an administraYive adjustment to the TCP is tbe periodic update of the TCP action Plan by Transportation and BURA staff. Plan Amendments represent modifications to the TCP document or modifications to the map based component of the plan that propose a change in connectivity that exceeds the alignment flexibility thresholds detailed above. Plan amendments require review and recommendation by the Transportation Advisory Board and the BURA Board, and a decision by the Planning Board, subject to City Council call-up. Figure 18 illustrates two possible plan amendment processes, depending on whether a Site Review Process is required. 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II 'I ~~ : ~ ~ u ~ J, ........ .I ly~~ ~~~i o ~ , ^ . ~ ~II ~~ '~. ~......~r ..............I~..~.... ~l• NI ~II ~~ C ~ i i~~. ~t~~...a ~ ~ ~~ t ~I \~ ~IICII .,~I~Q I I ~ {I~' I~ ~ I O ~ ~ ~' ~. ~ ~~ Millentum ~~ C3'~ ~ I l~ T,/~ i~ Univorsity of Colorado ~' ~~ I~ II Hotcl ~i,.ll ~y O I,~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~ Reseurch Center ~~ >> %~ "S tl~ ~~~ A~ ~ 1~ I~ ~~ and F.ast Campus ~~ ~ rp ~' ~- j~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ , ;~~ ~ ~~ '~~ „~'r ~~~ ~i Courdry Court 1 ~~ ~ ~ :, ~ ~-_ -,-~ - ,,~II ' ~ I~'= - "~ ~ Ct~X , , ~ - .~,` _ _ „~,~.r• ~ ~,~ `\ ~ „~ i I ' `-\~ Qou~ ec ~r r •~'.i' ~ `1 1 1 ' , _ . ~ • ~ I ~~-- - \~. -- _ ~ _ ~ - ~ ---- _- -. ~ , . • .. . _-- ,. . ~ ~~ ' ~-- ..-. ` ~... ..._ -- Soar,u N .d~ ~ iw.r~..~r• ~.r.,~,. N~rtl,A ~ I ~I :~F~~iiioiv ~-~~~ '~ ~ ~ .." ~inrtli Boulder Valley Regional Center Boundary rr~'a ~ ~ ro ~ l~end F,xistini U~;rade _ Pro~osed_ FA41IL~' ^ ~ lirndc Sep~uutcd Pcdcs~nan Crnsswg C-~ '_~.~; ~( II AI (imJc Palcstri~w C.russluF, ............~ ~ ~ ~ Pnnuiry~ Rna<lu~ay. .........~... ~ ~ ~ ScwudaryVchicularCnnncewi^ --------`-`-- ~ -~ ~~ Multi-UscYa161Cunccptu;JAl~gnu~cni~ ~ ~ ~ Un-SVCCi 13~ke. Pacflny ...,., ~ - ~,u.; ~,~~~~, ~~~~~ ~,. _~ frunsit IZuuta Uc.c Puturc ~I7~msii Map Y ~ ~ ~ lY:wsu Supcr ti~op . 0 ~ ~fi1~111'SIbI1J~ The following options will be further studied in context of the entire Arapahoe corridor in the study area, from Folsom to Westview. 1. Existing roadway with multi-use paths on the north and south sides of the street 2. Continuous, six travel lanes with bicycle lanes. 3. Option two, plus queue jumps at all or certain intersections. 4. Dedicated bus/bike/right-turn only lanes the entire corridor. I3ouldec• Valley Regional Center ~ Transportation C;onn~;ctions Plan ~ June 25, 2002 Comprehensive Map ~ ~~~~~ cor a~ xwoea~ F i gure 1 °I ~!~ Scale 1" = SKO' O ,.°=`a'"~ c~io, a~~~.: ~ ~ r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ' l ~ ~ ~ ~ , ~ ~ ~ yfi~.,.~e~1t..,~ ~~'~,f}~~ '!%±{~~.~:: f"~ . ~~n ae ~, , +r~4 n C 1'' N . ~ YM('A ry~ypleton " "r' ' ' 4 Also seQ Narth ~ ' " ~~ a. ~ ~, 2ath Street TNP. ~~~,,s~~'~ ` o' ~ Uupdate, as ~ ,,;_,~~ > ~' ~ ~ appropriat~«~~= ~"}~~ vGt ~,tr `~ ccrnn t1~ns in ~ ' «~~,,,~~~ r~,~~~~ pi~~ ~ lan. khat ~~~v~~ . ri~~~ter ~•- ;,.~ StYCeti _ Snuud O 77nck wA~n~rt Stl,~~t UHlry ~~NII~Cf + t'~Nf~b71~~ ~ ri". fnrtdc Pl~za Arte Wendy'e McbonalA'e ~ Iiurgcr Ktug ,j__.. Wqrld 8s Canyan L~oulevurd O thih~rc NcAcvclopmrnt Mnniot 1lnlcl ~~~~I~ V~I~q~'4' ~{U«q~~l VIIINgtl Itenk Avenue P ~I~~ ~/~l~~~ ~`I', ~~~11~" .. . . Boulder Valley Regional Center Boundary Suaerblock Deliniation See Figures 3 to 15, pages 15 to 28, for detailed views of each superblock. }3ouldcr Vallcy Rcgional Ccntcr Transportation Conncctions Pldn Jttnc 25, 2002 Superblock Key and ~%~~ anaw~nou~ BVRC Boundary, Figure 2 ~` ~ Not to Scalc ~~~x ca~~« e,~... Pagc I S r "hM~ ^ F~ ~ w ~ ttt4 W M •oaw 4,' . ISntrcl tluuoe Flre ~ ' ~ 1 ~'; ~ywi~ui ' ~~0 S~NI~011 A i ~ ~ 1 &ott Cl M~doo Street A ~ ~ .~' : ~ arpenWr Io~lAl1Y111WIWIIreWU[;g ~ Pxr4 I~I~IR91~I~1i , „_ .. " i . . . ~ , j Sa(ewry ~ ' i ~ ~~~ ~ . , . ,T. '~ N ^° ~ (~ ~ . . ~ ~ ~ i'y;, • ~ . ~ Uulverelty of ColnroAo ~!' r~ ~ ~ IteocprchCcnfe~ ~~ ~ W Aud F:~t Campua ~ s e~~, Courd~yCourt _f C/1 C` ~~~~ ~ ~ 1 QO~ ~ ~ p rt Q ~ Y _ --~ 1~. __..__.. _ . ~ norfl Futurc ~ Bouh~or .~ C7d IY~u.it v~n.az p See Figures 3-5 for altcratives far this ~ area _.~~~ I. 4 ~,\ i~ ~~'~~~ TArQet Chryelur ~ \ o ~ I ~ Chrlxly ~ ~ '"~.Y 8 Spurf~ , - , .?~,~; ~..A - N > ~- .. ,~ ~n . WMloutC:nrdcu.r ~ . , . ~ ~. ~ Fo1cY~s ~ Parlcln{{ ~ ~ ~,~_ . .. ~ Structure Mwrket ~ 5 uare ~ N ~ ~, . ~ ~ 3Uth Stroet ~ - i~ ~ ~ ~ Sc~ra Merktt ~ . , . 4~ . . Crouronda W ~ ~ -- M~II .. . . ~ ,, . . ~_._.~ . . ~ . ]uaflre ...- . ~ ~ Cen[cr ; County s~unid~ ~ , ~ O CompUtiA , ~ ~~ G Main ~, K1nQ ~ ~W 3oopert ~ __ -r~_'._-__ _.._...~_ \ .._ _" _ _. . . . . . __ _" _._-__.."._ ~\ /1lterriative ~~lignmer~i I /l ~°st~ of ra~dw~ay ~ Maplefon Avenue ~i l~ ~ ~~e\ connection t~ norll~ of ~ ~~ ~Transi~t Village ~~ ~~ ~~ ~ ; , ;... \~ - / ~ ~ -- - - Align pr~posed ~~ F„a~r~ : -_ _' -_-ui= "= road at Boulder ~~ Aoulder w i I Ma lcton Transit Village ~~~~ Transit ~~ nu~it'ield with roadway ~, ~~~~~;F~ ~ o through , shopping ~ ~I ~ center ~ _ _ _ ~I~ ~ - ~ ~ -- ~ -~~ ~ ~ " ~ ~ `~ ~ ~ I ~- ~ ~ ~ ~~~ _- ~- ~~ , _;_~ ~~ _(I ~ , - _ ~~ - - - _ _ ,~. _ ,~ , ,, __ -- I I , ~~ ~~ ,- : ~~ ,~ ~ ~'" __ _ '~ 1 , ~ wt,ole ,, / ~~ ~'`^~,~ ------ ~ ~1 Poods . ~' M . 1 ` ~,~ ' _ - ,~ _~- ~ • R` ~~ --- ` - -- ~ ~ • ~ ~ Movie ~ _ _ _ --~ ~~~~i~~„~r• * (( Thet~ter ~ ~ -- -- --_,~ 11 r `\ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~" ~~ "' ~ Alternative 1 " i %' i~ 32nd Street ~ ,~ ~ ~ '' tceet ~ . "_~ ~ ~~ ~ , ~alic~nment r~ _ - , `~ ~ pea _ s~ ~~s - - _ ~ r! , ,,-`~'~ ~ w ai ~/ ~ ~ ~_ - ~ tr'~' Ni I ,_ ~~ r~: C~ ri; ~~ J ~ Along ~" _- _ ~`~./~ ^° ditch ~u; .:~':% ~.. ~wi-:=%'' ( _ /-~ - __ ~ ----- pi i N ~ Consider / ~ `~-= -=-~ ~~ /- "~''~ relocation u on /~ pitch to _- ~ P ~ r~ 29th Street re- be day- ~' , W ~ alignment // lighted ~ ~ c,~,rys~" I p~ ~•\\ fl ~. ~ 'Par ~ei I I \ ~ 6 1 _ ~~ I- ~ - _ ~~ It , ~_-- _-- _ ~_ . _ I : \ ~~ ~l ~ ~ ~ ~ cn~~~~y .. . ~~ ~ _~ ~ ~ s~~~tt~ ~ ~~ ~ ~_ _ =-----,~ ~ . .~ J ~ ,r WalnutGardens - ~: 1`~,L _ ~ // .' _.. -~ ' I . . ...'' " , 1 ~ ~ ~ i~~` \J ',~ ~ ~ `~~t~~l ' ,11/7._\\ ~ ~ ~i • nnrfh ?.xistinti UpgrA~~14 Prnpn.rc~ ~ fpclll~y n ~ r~.,na k~~~pma rm~o-~~m crus~ine ;l --~>i \,% . ~' n~ cryi~ r«m,v~M i~~.,9.~~0~ ~ ......... ~ ~ ~ r~~~„~ys~~»m~.~y ......." ~. ~ ~ kcnn~InryVch~nJw('onnection _ __~.. . ~. = 4(ulli~i;ul'ntl~(c:anccplunlAliynmenl) ~ ~ ~ ~ Un.StrcelHikci•~u;iLly ~ s s-_. i Hus ~ Iiiko I ano :~._ _ rr~un eon~e irx r~~e~.~ r~w~+rt ~mp, p. z~ 7 ~~ I~ TronsiiSu~wrSlo~~ ~~ .• /"j <A/ o-.m~s~xn~i Boulder V~illey Regional Center ~ ~ Transport~tion Conncctions Plan ~ June 25, 2002 D Superblock 1 Detail ~ ~ ~ ~ Alternative 2 - Figure 4 ~:, 5cale 1" = 250' ~ °',""~""„`, ~tl}~TC 1 ~ ---- - - ~ --- - - - - - --- ~ „ ~~ G~ ~i ~-~ ~ 'f~'G;. Alic~nment of all roadway , .~`~ ~ Mapleton Avenue ~~ ~ ~k and patf~way connectic~ns %' ~ ; ,~-' ~ through the trarisit vill~ge~ ,, % ~~ G ~ ~ ` ar~ Flexible , ~~ _ - Align proposed ~ ~ --_ - '~ , ~ road at [3oulder ~ ~ - ~+ Maplaton Transit Villa 8 ~ ~ ~'~~~~~~~ ~ ~' I~allftcld g i i Auuldcr I~ with roadway ,, •rruns~~ - - - _- __ ~ tht'ough i~ Vill~ge ~;- - ~ -- -- °o shopping .' I ~I center , , ~ ( ~ ~ ~ ~= lJ ~ ._ , = " 1 I __ .. -=~, \\ ~ ~I . - 1 ~~ p ~ J I ._ _,., _ _l , ---__ .. x ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~'~ ~ ~ -_ J ~~ , ~ , ~ ~j Alternative pedestrian ~~_~_~- ~ , ~ wnot~ , ~ ~ ~ pathways through the ~ - -- ~ `' f'O°~9 '~ • Transit Villa e - ~ _ -_~ _. ~ 1~ ~+~~~~~ g ' -~ f _ ~ ~ ~ • ~ 1' Movie ~ ' , . + j ~ ~ r M ~ ~ ~ ~1~1 Theater e~ - ~. , ~ __ ~ - Re-aligned ~`1 1' i ,_ =~ ~~ exfiensiar~ of 32n ~ ~ ~ ~, _ _ - =-- ~ Stre~t to ~ y«~ , " s ~ ~ "" ~, ~~ccommodate tl~ ,~ t • ~!~ , _ - -_~~~- ~ ( ~ possibl~ Pearl ~~ ~~,Y1st~ee i~ , ~ ~ ~ Strcet overpass ~''~ p/~;~~~~~~ w ~ the railroad. i „ _ • . ,--n' ;~~~ - .. _ _ I~ ~ oi ' ~' ~L - - i \\ / R' ri , , ' J ~ ~`~..- ~ ~ m ri % ~ ' "~ = - ~~ ~ ~ Along q~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I1~~I : N /~ ditch _ M, ~~ ~~ / \ - - _ :--' ~~ ~ -_-_ -.:~. __ ---~ r~~-a•.r{~ ri~~ . (-~ - --~_--~ . / ~'" ~N ~ ~~ ~ \` Chryslcr ~ Tsu~ct ~ ~ ~' a ~~ ~ Ditch to ~, `~'" 1 be day- ~ \ lightecl ~ ,~ ~~ ~- ~~ -____--_- -- -- ~ --- I _ -- ; . ; \ ~ ~~ ~Y=- -- _ ~ ~ ~l ' \ ~ ~ Christy , ~I I ---- - - - 1 ~ Sports , ~ . i ~ ~~ ~- ~~ ; `~ ~ ~ ~.~ , , ~ Wnlnut Giudcns ~' _ _ - -~ 4 ' `~~~~1_'. r'f '1 / ~ . ^ T- ~ 1 ~~ ~ \. ~ 1 ~`I _ I.1/~ ~ ~~~ ~ ; .. ii,li /i -~.\ I : ~, n Legend- -- - - - E~iwtin~; Upgrad~- ~p_osc I _Eaclllty--- - - ^ ~ f,ndoSopnmwdPedatrLin<:mssmg ~~ . . ~•. M (irnle I'eAcctruui Cmuing ......... ~ ~ ~ Cn nary ItnnAway i ......... ~ ~ ~ ~econM1vy Veh~c~il,v C.onneclinn _ = c' : - _ - MI1~11~~~%~91h (~~~II~C I149~ ~~I 11f11e~I) " - - ~ t g ~ ~ ~ On-Stretl Iiika Fiu:llily ss+a si sea yus/Hikolanu ~ 9~ n~a~~ e~,~ne ~Yro r~~~,vo o-:wan un~, v'-> > ~, ~ ~I r~anensupmsu,p ~~ ~ I 0 O ~ o-nn~., s~k~~:~i Bouldcr Valley Regional Center ~ ~ Transportatio~~ Conncctions Plan June 25, 2002 (a Superblock 1 Detail ~° v- ~%~` Alternative 3- Figure 5 p'~~;: SCc1~C I' = 2$O' ~,,,~~ Page l S ~ / I ~ i ~I' ` M ~ ~ ~ ~ r • s 1~1~1 ~+` ~~1+1 Theater i ~ ~~ ,, fl ~~ ,, .~ ~~ ~l Consider ,, a~ ' 1 ~ ~ ~ relocatin to ~ ~ '~ `~ ~ /_-_~' ~ ~ l~ ~ 29th Street ``~ peatlStY~et ~~ '~___- f ~ ~ ~ alignment ' ~;;:-~;~~' ~l ` ~ ~ ~ , , ~,~Y ~ Complete ~ ~ ~ _ _ _ - ~ -~ ' ' _ ~ li~`~ and/org iden ~ ~ ; ~; existin ~ ~ _ ~: ~ ~=.. ' sidewalk ' _ -~ ~ _--_ - ,\ ~ ~"~ " - -" ~\\ ~ __~' ,~ `~ "i 1~= ~~ ~ __ __ -- _ __~_ / =- i~ The ali nmen f these 9 y ` ;% athwa s ma~ de endin ~ a t h w a ~ = ` p y y ry p g a l o n g d a y- /- ' ~ on redevelopm t or li ghted ~~ ;---- `\ ~, e x p a n s i o n o f t h~~ a r g e t s t o r e ditch cnrys~°r dz \\ Targct _ /! _ _ ~~ ~ ~~ \~ ~ / - ~ Extend 29th through11 ~(_ ~~ \ II the area to connect -- --- ~-~`~f w~~~<iy~y I between Pearl and -- ~ ~ -- Consolidate multiple qra ahoe; correct curb cuts with ~o p ~ c'-~r~s~y redevelopment \~ grade north of Walnut_ ~ ~~,~~t~ ~I I -~ _ ~ ~ - - _-_ _=-- - - f _ %" ~ ] ~ w,,~«~~t I -----_- ' '~~` ,~'~ ~ (i~rdens ~~ - ~ ~ ~ ~~~-~-_~ ,~ ` ~ : l~` ~ ~ ~ ;j~~ ~ ~` Add I ~~ ~ ` ____ ~~~ ~l ^ sidewalks Re-align 29th and ~ ~~~~~! ~~ I ~ along ' Walnut roadways, ~ ^ secondary ~, transit routes and ^ vehicular ~' bikewa for more direct Add sidewalks ~ Y N r connection ,~ and consolidated along roadwa~ ,;~ K° ~ ~", connections. Re-align ~ ~ u ~ ~~", ~, ~,~ intersection, correct ~ Mi~`~~t ~ ~ I p grade difference. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Foley's Parking '~ nII ~ SICLIC~UCC I f l McDc>nald's ~ - - ~ I A ' i` -- - --- -- -- _ ~ - - - - . _i ~ / : I a~i~ ~ . -~ ~ T'I~~ Cxiytin~; Upkrntic Pro~nscd ~ Cxeillly ^ ~ GraAa tioparelM I'cAavlnn~~ ('mssing '( ~ ~ i~ n~ o,,~ia r~a~s~~~v, cn~sr~nK ..... ~ r It dwoy ma .... ".'..." ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n ry o. ticcnndnryVCi~iculvf'nnnect~on _ _ . ... . ..... . . - _ '_- \1~d~i-l;.wl'dlil('onwpninlAlignmeni) ' ~ ~ ~ <)n~lncnlflkcl~~~cility a : a, Iliu:Hikol.ane m ~~ r~.v~,a i+mna c~ runva r~:~~.~~ mi,p, ~ ze ~~ {~ 1~ ~'rwilliiPcrlln~~ ~ ~ 0 I~ ~ Irof(ictiienal Note: Additional vehicular connections aticipated in this highlighted redevelopment area Bouldcr Vallcy Rcgional Ccntcr Transportation Conncctions Plan ~ Junc 25, 2002 Superblock 3 Detail ~ P ~ ~` Figure 7 QO ~~, SC~I~C ~ " - Zsn' ,~.~- c~....a~.. Pagc 20 ! ~ , , ' Legend Existi.nC __~1RRr~~r _ _ Prn~nsed-- - Facllity ^ ~ . crnde Kepn„ncd rei4:vuien cmuuig ~~, J ._ , I ~ n~ Gr~lo Pedmhim (tnexmg ......... ~ ~ ~ 1'n nnry IlnMlwsy ......." ~ ~ ~ Sccnn~WyVehiadul'onnocnon _ - - ~_ - - - - _ - - - Mulli~lJSe Pmh ((:ancnpeulAlignmenl) ~ ~ ~ on.Sncc~I3JcePxOity a ~ ----= 13~u / Lliko I.nnc ------ ~~-- rrM~a kouca u~ ia~e~re n~.~~i Hap, r. ~y ~ ~ a ~~ i~ ~ o-.~„~~s~~Po~s~~n ~~ ~ 0 ~ fmmc 5'ignal Bouldcr Valley Rcgion~l Ccntcr Transportation Canncctions Plan ~ Junc 25, 2002 Superblock 4 Detail ~ (~ ~ ~ O Figure 8 Qo ~ ^ .~Cc'l~C ~" = 25~)' ca,l«~w.w.. PagC 21 o~ a~ ,J ~ BikP II ~ w, , ~ ~~ f~cilities I ~, ~ along tfiis A - ~ --- - -- p .~ rr -. . . . ~- sec rnc,nt o~f 1 ~ I ~ ~ {1dd sidewalk Car~yori to I where inissin be further ~~ ~valuated ~ ~ lhrough tf~ie ~ i ~ ' M~.~r~sl~~ail Pla~ ~n I3urUcvard ^s~a'e^!-- II ' . ~I ` ; Cansalidate multiple curb cuts ~~~ ~ along Arapahoe, Folsom ancl ?_8th Street with redevelo ment ' ~ lJ ~:~,<<~« { ~'~~ Redevelopment ~ ~` '~ I ~ ~I` I I f~ ~ ~I M~in'iut Ifutel ~~ -~ ~ -~ `=' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ri - -- ~~ I I w_... --- ~ _ _ ~Ilf .va~^~.. : Remove Add sidewalks E~~ barriers and ~~ ~r~,rv>>i~s~ whiere missing to ~,~ ~ p~;de t fan ar Cruve Street '~`. make continuous v~hi~ul r -- _ .~ ~a•, `, betWeel~ C~rlyon i i .~ _i . i .~ .i _~ , .~ ., i ~ _i ~ > > _ , ti 7 -i -'°~~-a=~_= ~ COllt"1P.C IOIIS Complete ` ~ ~ ' ~ ~~~c1 ~rapahoe ~~~ i '~' `;' E!I I between the missing ~I ~ L3uffalo Villag sidewalk ~~~,d ~rn~ v~ii~~ links along ~ (~ ~ both sides I ~ ~I I of Folsom Arapahoe Avenue i--- -- - __ _'~L _ ~i` ~ _ - - - ~ - ` ---- ~- _ -_ _ c- ~ _1. _... r~_. ~ _ ~ -~.__:,_.-.~ ~-~ .. - - - _._ _ _ - - ----- ~ .. - - -~- - - -- - -- - ~ ~iC ~ _ ,.___ ~_- -_ C__- L ~ . ~- C- f_ - ' . A number of ~ - `- ~ east-west ;n multirnodal ,.., facility optioris I ~.~ are being " eu~aluated in - I the Ar~:~pahoe ~ ~ rigrit-of-w~y ~~ - - - - - - ! (see f-~igure 1 '~ ~ ~ - -- - • for options) I ~ ~ i - . --- .. ~ ~~~" rx~~~~~~~ unKr~~a~ er~r~~y~~ - ~ _ca~ut~r ^ ~ I (i~a~W SopamuJ I'Mmtrinn Croenmg _~,_} ` ~, . A~ (l~mk PcMoninn Croeemg • ....... . ' ~ ~ ~ cnniuy RoNhvny ......... I ~ ~ ~ ScrnniUryVfhinilN~('nnneciian _- Mnlii~l;.re PnW (l'ancopnmlAlignmant) ~ ~ ~ On-SimutNikofxtluy ~ ~ ~ (fm r liike lano a~ a. Trywii Naim(sen Famrol}Mail Mnp, ~, t9> ~a ~~ q Tr,m~n sq,or smp ~~ •~ ~ r~,m~~x~e~u,i [~ouldcr Vallcy Rcgio~ial Gcntcr Transportation Conncctions Plan ~ Junc 25, 2002 Superblock 5 Detail o [~ ~ ~%~ Figure 9 Qo ~ ~~ SCAIC I" = ZSO' !~~II~IF car.~ w~.~ Ponn 7'7 ~ ' ~ ^ ~--- -- m w ~ ~ ~ ~ - =a~ w, _ _ i ~_ _ ~ ~ ~ w ~ ^~ - -- ---_ ~, ~~ ' ^ ~ ~ I .. .: ~- _; .~ --- ~ c~.~~~~~„- i~ ~ ~ N I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ru~ure ~ R~devrlu~mlenl rt ~ ~ ~ ro y~ _ ._ . , . _~ _~ _~ .; ~ /~ ~~ ~ ,~~~nl~,~, v;n~~~ ,-i_, ~ ~; I. , ,~~ ~ - ~-_-. ~_-1,. _ -- - ~ a ~ __ I~ ~ _ ~ Legend -- - 1?xiYting-- - UpgC~l~ ~ ~ ,~ ~ ~ - •~..~.... ~ . ~ ' McAunald'R _ _. _ - Extend 29th StfBBt thfUUgh the area ta connect ..betwoen__. _ earTana ~ ~ Crnssronds Mall _ = -= f_ ' - - 'p ~ ~ I~ . ~-~~::~~.::~:s H Ki Ara ahoe p ~ • _ __ _ Alignment of s~"' ~~ r ~ ~ urgnr ng secondary vehicle ~ connections and , ~ ~ pathways can be flexible internal to the I site tn accommadate I II redevelopment ' ~ w~~=i~i ~F~~;~s~ sH propos~ls as long as connections are made ~- --- --~ ~ to the endpoints ~ ~ I ~ shown in as efficient ibl ~-- a manrier as poss e l I ~~~ ~ ~'~ 1 ~ ~~ - ' i ~ _ _ __, ,.-,`. `~~ ~ w ~ 0 / I ~( \ ~ / ~l~ \ ~ ~ ~ ~ Extend 1 R I ~ CompUSA I Canyon from ~ ~~, 28th to 30th ~ ~-- _ - - - Streets in ~' j ~ ~'~ '~ ~ approximate ~ A _ alignment \~\ ' -- __-_ - shown- -- - I ~ ~,~ 11~ ~ / ~ N ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ^ I~ ~ ~,~i ~~ y << ~ ~ ( '~ ~ ~ ~ _~ ~'..~i ~~~ ~~•~~r~i l~nnk ~ I I \ ~ ~ . . . / 0Q l ~ ~tir',k'~~.,t `I C4 ~ \ I ~ w a Underpass ~~i~'~ r ~ t (I to be further ;rr~,:.'.~ ~ r~.-~,,.~~~..~ >~ ~~ ~~ ~~..~ Prnpnsed ~ ~" ,~ ~ ~, ~ ~~irc =' Q / 5lnlion ~ ~orEh ~ A number of east-west multi-modal facility options are being evaluated in the Arapahoe right-of-way (see Figure 1 for options) [3ouldcr Vallcy Rcgional Ccntcr Transportation Connecfions Plan ~ Ju~ic 25, 2002 Superblock 6 Detail ~ [~ ~~~` Figure 10 QO ~~tl~~, Scalc l" = 250' '°''""""` ~.~...,.9.,. _,.. . . r'_ fucWty -- GraAa ScparnlcA 1'cAqtnM I'n~ssing :\~ I~~.~Ic I'.~ilc.~iiu~ (;ru,vs~nN Pruiury Iinvlway ~aeonAaiy Vehinilu ['urumninn no~w~i-tne~n~r ~~~~e~ninr~~~m~~~~ Un~tiircet ISika I~x:dily 11uY l I31ktl Lane r~,n ~~ K~~~~~ ~~ro r•~~n~~o o-N~~~~ M,.p. i~ zy ~ Irnnflt tiu~ur ll~p I'relTic Signnl Pagc 23 ~ !,~~ ~ ~ 0 ~ 30ih Street Market ~~ I I :~ , _.~~ , ~ iri 7 '~r'~ t, II~I :~ z ~~_- , " "~~~,~ Iliu ~' - , ~ ~ , ~ ~ , ~ I~ai ~ (t~~ ~ ~i r, Formalize r, ~ these ~ ~~ secondary ~ "~~i: ~ autornobile ~~ I connections -~-- _ and add ~ .,., ~ ,'~''~', sidewalks - ,~, ~ ,,v ~ s[,~~rr ^^^ ~ .._. ._., .~. __ ___ ~T ~ . ,+~ ' ~ wi NI ~ N! S ~ ~ ~ . I :- J~isticc ; ~ _ .._ .__ . ~ ~*- Ce~itrr ! Cotmly ~ Building ~ M ~~ M~ ~ ~~:e~~~~~a~~+~~~ ~'a~~~~~W ~ :~,a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Add ~ ~ ~ 1zl ~> sidewalks ~ ~ Mf~intenmi~c WrlBl'C' niissing I i e o~mte~rotmmoa o t~~~r~r~~~ ~~ ~ ,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ~~' -, _ ~. -~ I ~ ~ _- - _ -. _ „ __ - - -- _ _ - -_ _ - - ~ ~ ~ ~ -- - ~ ~ ~ rA --- - -- --- - rc~inian,~e uit~I I \~<1Ut01710~1~~ ~~'connection I I t~ir~r~d ~dd II CompUSA ~ - ~-- - ~ W ~ ~. . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - ~ ~ ` ~ ~,..,,...i;a,. \ ~~nd 33rd I I Streets r - _i i I~ ~ ~ser,,. ~ I !: ,.: ~ ~ I ; hing ': ~ -- Saapcrs ~ te I ~ ,~ arb cuts ~, i- - aiid ~7_-' - , ~-~ ~erk~lock ~ /.'~r ~~ Fire ~ titalicnt I ~:itr :~;~;~.~ . ~ p'.. Ezfst6i~ UpgYqde Prnpnvc~ i Cdclllty -- -- ^ ~ ~,.~~~e.o,,~,>~~,~ ~~o,~~~„~, ~ ~a,,,~~ l(`J! ~~ N(inulbl'Cdavlfl.v~{'mvring _. . ......... ~ P l If ......." ~ ~ ~. ~ ~ n nnry n:x wny tiecimAaryVdiicul.vlimneaion ~ . . . - -_ --- Mul~i-I;xe ~':uh (~'nncepninl nLgnmanp ~ ~ ~ on.5o-zn 6iko fncdtly ' ~ ~ - ~ mir; ulkc l.nnc ' ~: ~ 77'w~sn Itowu 4vm Pinurc Ilwiail MaP, P. 29 ) ~D w (i a ~rM~,~ S~~,k~ ~~~,,, ~~ .~ ~ '1}n0iotiignnl .. ~ ~ ,_~, , -.~.~'~ ~N,;. ' ~ 1: '-; f ~ n q,r rn' ~ A number of east-west multi-modal faciliry options are being evaluated in the ~ Arapahoe right-of-way (see Figure 1 for options) Bouldcr Vallcy Rcgional Ccntcr Transportation Conncctions Plan ~ Junc 25, 2002 Superblock 7 Detail o [~ ~ ~~'~' ~~,~ Figure 11 Qo ~,tl~, SCa~C ~" = 2$~)' .o,pa~ijp <~., ~.~. ~ ~ PagC 24 1 I ~l'hc v;l~,,gc ~~ I ~ ~~ ~I I ~'"'\ ' t' __ _ . t - - i-- 4~I Z~~ aml~er of w ~ -~W E', Sf. I ~ r/~ i-mod~~l '~ ~ ity optioris u ~ - ~-- being uated ir~ u ~" ~rar.~ahoe I ~~ [-~of-way ~ i ~~_ --- ___ _- - -- ~ Fig~~re 1 ~~ ~ ~ Improve ~ptioris) ~ ~~ pedestrian ,~ , , ; connection to ,~ ~- - ~ - r ~ trar7sit stop o ~ ( ~ on Foisom o '~^^^~^^a~i~ eae~~~^~~ess I IM ~ b I ~ ; ~ Improve ro ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ autombile ~ ~' connectivity j "~ ~ ~~ ~thrraugh tl~iis ~~ ~ i ~ area f ~ +~ ii ~ ~~' r/1/IC~BI"1 ~.~I'1C~ ~ ~ li formalize ,~ ~ ; ; pathway w ~ ~ connection ,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ il ~ . ~ __ _ - ey -- ~~ { ii _. _ _- .. I~ a ~k I . - _ 1 ~ou _ ~~_..- - ~i~ ~ . .., , .` ,n 'y ,; . ~ ~ ~ ; ~; ~H Legend F.:ixtinC llpg rndg Prupnscd ^ ~ \\_~ +~ .~ , ~4 ,~ ~ ~ l~silfry. Orano Sopnmmd I'uAcvcnm Crovind A~ (i~alo I'~vlmtrim l'ros~ing 1'mnnry Itnmlway tiecnndery Vrhicul:u t'onnec~ion Mulii-ilso Paih (<:oncupiwl Al~ynment) rn,.so-e~ u~k~ rka~~Y nu. ~ ii~to i.:,n~ ltwisn lionialsoe t~iinua I~~nirii MaP~ P Z91 ,~~,~, ~„~~,~~~ ~m,r,~~;~,~ ~ . ^-. Add secondary roadways and more direct .,~+~,,.,~„ ~' s,~t~~~v~y ~ 0~~~ 31 ~~ i9 91 ~[ i i 91 ^^ V FCreate direct .\ pedestrian and bicycle C4PlIlE;G~1011 ~O ~illenium E3oulder ~I{~~e:i C;reek I'ath ~ II: II ~ ~ I ~I .1 .I 7 ~~'~ ~~ ~ Bank I . fl '~ ~ I ~w.:z~. ,~ ~ ~ ~ , ~~~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~` Re-config~.ire ,,, ~ ~~ c~arb ctat to ~~ ~w ~ itri~~rove ri~~s ~ ~ ~~ ~ ped/bike ~ ~w ,~ crossing ai q ~ ~~~ Safew~ay ~nd w ~ ~~ ~ Milleniurr~ ~' ~ ~'~ ~ I-iotel drive:way ~~ ~~ a ~~ ~ ~~, ~ rn ~ I~ C'ourdry Court ~ ~ I / I'sl ~` ' ~ ~ f ~ ~~ i f~lhl '_~"_ Bouldcr Vallcy Regional Ccntcr Transportation Connections Plan ~ June 25, 2002 Superblock 8 Detail ~ P ~ ~ Figure 12 ~ ~'~~ sc~i~ i~ =2so~ ~a",~"; P~bc 25 . 11 Arupul~oeAWCnue ,~. ~ ~ o Lcgend [;x~xtin~ Up~;ra~le P~•qpnsecl i I?acBlty ^ ~ ('~roclo Sop,~mmd PoA~,~nan Cnnnng ,- <J ~' ~~ ~.M~o ~~~,~~~~,.v, ~;~.~„~,e ......... ~ ~ ~ PrinnryRn:ulway i ....."" ~ ~ ~ SernnM1nryVchieularConn«timi - -- _ _ ~- - - _ - - - - - - - M~dn-eRe r~m ~c~,~,«piwi ri~~~n~~~> ~ ~ r (>n~Struc~ Ilike Fx~Jiiy ~ ~ ~, mu ; ~~ika ~.v,~ ._ __ __ ___ ~ a=~ I ruui~ Itnwe (soa Fwive'fr:uun Ms~~, p,y 1 ma ~~ ~I ir~.n s~iMr si„p ~~ ~• , ~ rmm~s~s~~„i Boulder Valley Regianal Center Transportation Conncctions Plan ~ JU[1C 2$, ~nn2 Superblock 9 Detail ~ G, ~%~ Figure 13 QO ~~ SCi1~C ~" = 25~' co...~ Pagc 26 1 ~ ._- -- :~i.ii~r~i~ut~r~~6 mn , r~ouc9c~q~ ~ I~ ~ ~ M ~ F~+ King Soo e s V~ ~ p r ~ ~ ~ I I ~ I ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ . ~~ I~~~`af i;9 ~ . ~ /~ - r \ Arupahoe Av u~e ~~~~~~~fl + UCLWCCII IVIr]IIIfC QIIU options are being f~rapahoe to alic~n with 33rd evaluated in the N,r~~i~ area r~develops /~rapahoe ri~lit-of-way ~ I (see nnte on ~igure 1 for ~ ~ v~ ~z•ine Street ~ - - - _- . o tions _ - _.._~, ,_~ P __..._.L -- - ,, ~-. ---_.. __ --- ~ --= ~ _, ,~ ~- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~1~~ ~ ~ ~r~~~ca~~~~m~es^~s~~g~ ~^r^eee er^^rw~ra^a~~m~^~~^ \~~^^^s^ Upgrade and/or \ , complete sidew~lks ~ ~ University oCColuradn F3~OIl(J ~1/~~3f1f1@ StC2C't ~ Research C'entrr \ and tiast CPI11~111A ---. -. .~~ ' `"• ~~s~ra - -T ~...-~ . ~ f ' ~f"!.' ~ NE,'W ~ connections ~ per CU's ~ ~ ~ rnaster ~lan ~ 1 ~ ~ «i~;;, ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~ ~ ~ N~ ~ ~ :~ ~- , ll ; ~. ~ _ Bord~lcr t%r~ek _-= - = . _ ~_ __~-=-- _ _ .. - " - - -~ _.----J =---- _ - , --- - " p ~ ~~ nnrth Legend -- - Exlstin~ UE~~rntle Propgacd i EuC111Sy_ -- --- - ^ ~ Gra~k Separ.itad PoAacuim c'iossiny ~`( l . ~ AI (irvla PcAmui.ul l'~oef~ng • ~ . ~ . e .. • ~ ~ ~ Pn t~ary li~~:ulway n ~ ... ~ ~ .. • ~ ~ ~ .1'~~'nn~L~ry V~~i~~'iil,v ('~~nncclinn _ _` - - _ ... _ - - --. hfulli~L'nal',~ihlCancopmalAligmnmu) ~ ~ ~ ()n-tilrcN Ililw I'acihry ~ ~ m~ Itux / Ilike lanu ~~~ o-:~,~~~ K~~n~ ~~ro run~~o r~,v~.,~~ ~n.,~, r:9 > sa (4 i~ ~r,~,~~"~,x~s~~,r as •~ . ~ ~fndic Cignal I3ouldcr Vallcy Rcgion~il CcnCCr Transportation Conncctions Pl~ul Junc 25, 2002 Superblock 10 Detail p ~ ~ ~ Figure 14 ~ ° ~w SCaIC 1" = 2SO' ~a„.,""~',' Pagc 27