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5A - Motion to approve Boulder Bike Share Station locations on Parks and Recreation land CITY OF BOULDER PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE: Jan. 24, 2011 AGENDA TITLE: Public hearing and consideration of a Motion to Approve Boulder Bike Share Station Locations on Parks and Recreation land and a Review Process for Future Stations. PRESENTERS Parks and Recreation Kirk W. Kincannon, CPRP, Director of Parks and Recreation Alice Guthrie, Recreation Superintendent Lisa Martin, Urban Parks Manager Transportation Tracy Winfree, Director of Public Works for Transportation Mike Gardner Sweeney, Transportation Operations and Planning Coordinator Martha Roskowski, GO Boulder Program Manager Randall Rutsch, Senior Transportation Planner Marm Ratzel, Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Planner EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The city is working with Boulder Bike Sharing (BBS), a local non-profit, to implement a public bike sharing system in Boulder. Bike share systems provide short term bike access at multiple, conveniently located automated stations, and have proven tremendously popular in other cities. To date, most bike share systems have been implemented by large metropolitan cities. Boulder's robust network of bicycle facilities, a large visitor base and the community's embrace of bicycling create a strong foundation for a successful program. With a projected launch date of May, 2011, Boulder will likely be the first community of its size in the United States to launch a bike share system. The first phase implementation will establish a network of 20 to 25 stations throughout the center of the community, stocked with about 200 bikes. BBS, operating as Boulder B- Cycle, will own, manage and maintain the system. The city is working collaboratively with BBS in developing the basis and procedures for implementing the initial installation and expected expansion of a bike share system in Boulder. At their Jan. 4, 2011 meeting, City Council approved code changes to allow sponsorship opportunities on bike share equipment including the kiosks, sign module and bicycles. An interdepartmental staff team is working with BBS on the city review and permitting process for considering station locations. One station is proposed to be located on Parks and Recreation property and requires the approval of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB). Two AGENDA ITEM #_5A_PAGE_1 other proposed locations are on city-owned property maintained by Parks and Recreation staff and have been included here for PRAB information. The PRAB is asked to consider the proposed bike share station location and approve this location based on proposed criteria from Parks and Recreation staff. If this location is approved, the proposed lease agreement will be brought to the PRAB in February, 2011. The PRAB is also asked to consider and approve the proposed review and approval process to modify stations and for any additional stations located on city Parks and Recreation owned parcels. Suggested Motion Language: Staff requests Board consideration of this matter and action in the form of the following motions: Motion to approve the proposed Boulder Bike Sharing station location on Parks and Recreation owned land, subject to consistency with the Parks and Recreation staff's criteria and Board approval of a lease agreement. Motion to approve the proposed process for approving modifications of Boulder Bike Sharing stations located on Parks and Recreation property and for incrementally adding bike share stations. BACKGROUND: Bike sharing is already a major success in dozens of European and Asian cities and is rapidly being adopted in North America. The Velib program in Paris is perhaps the most famous model, while Montreal implemented the first North American system in 2009; Washington D.C, Denver, and Minneapolis launched pioneering programs in 2010. Other cities expecting to launch bike sharing systems in 2011 include Aspen, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, San Antonio, Chattanooga, Des Moines, Nashville, Honolulu, San Francisco and the Bay Area, New York, Miami, Toronto, and Ottawa. Boulder is launching a bike share program to help meet the sustainability goals established by the City of Boulder of reducing single-occupant vehicle trips, vehicle miles traveled and transportation-related emissions. Additional goals of the program are to: ■ Increase use and awareness of Boulder's award-winning bikeway system; ■ Create new bicycle commuters; ■ Expand community partnerships in support of bicycling as an active, fun and convenient transportation mode; ■ Leverage city contribution and commitment of the program with community- based sponsorship revenues; ■ Bolster the city's reputation as a leader in bicycling; and, ■ Encourage Boulder's many visitors to explore the city by bicycle. AGENDA ITEM #_5A_PAGE_2 BBS plans a Phase 1 installation of 20 to 25 stations with 200 specially designed bikes that fit people of all sizes and are equipped for utility trips around town. Members and walk-up users can check out a bike by swiping a credit card or membership card at the station. Bikes can be returned to any station, allowing either one-way or round-trip travel. A progressive rate structure (first 60 minutes free with charges for each additional 30 minutes) will encourage short trips and quick turn-over of bikes to maximize availability of bikes. A maintenance staff actively monitors the system to ensure the bikes are always ready to ride and to redistribute bikes as needed. In this first phase, the B-stations will be located every few blocks in the Downtown area, with additional stations in an area generally bounded by 4th Street to the west, 30th Street to the east, Valmont Street to the north and the Boulder Creek Path to the south. BBS has been scouting potential station locations in this area for several months and reviewed the proposed locations with city staff. In addition, a number of site visits with an interdepartmental staff group have been conducted to assess potential station locations and develop a standard checklist of factors to consider in station siting. Once the initial system is established, the system will expand over time as funding allows, with a long-term goal of stations throughout more of Boulder, including the CU campus. ANALYSIS: Station Location Considerations While bike sharing is a relatively new technology, experience with established systems over the last five years has provided some general guidelines on selecting station location. Key factors related to successful station location include: ■ Stations need to be conveniently located. The general rule of thumb for station spacing is that they be located about 300 meters apart. This density of stations supports the short trips that bike share systems are designed to serve. For the Boulder Downtown area with many trip originations and destinations, this suggests a station about every three blocks, such that a station can be accessed on average in less than a two block walk. In other areas, stations are further apart and located in close proximity to an anchor, such as the Millennium Hotel; ■ Stations need to be in highly visible locations, so they are easily found by visitors and residents alike. While bikes are not allowed to be ridden on the Pearl Street Mall, highly visible locations for Boulder B-Cycle stations could be placed on the loop roads around the Mall and on the streets that cross Pearl; ■ Stations should be located in areas with a density of population and employment and a variety of destinations that attract trips. The Downtown area was selected for the initial phase of Boulder B-Cycle as it has a variety of attractions, a high employment density, and a number of populations that are likely customers for bike sharing, including employees, visitors and tourists; ■ Station locations should be balanced by user base and trip type. This aspect is supported by having a variety of user types and destinations so that trips are relatively balanced. Some bike share systems have had a strong directionality of AGENDA ITEM #_5A_PAGE_3 trips, such as from residential to employment areas, which require significant maintenance to rebalance the system so that bikes remain available. There are also a significant number of practical considerations in determining the specific location for a station. These include: ■ Adequate space for the required station foot print, which includes not only the physical dimensions of the station but a back-up zone allowing bikes to move behind parked bikes to access all docking stations; ■ Maintain pedestrian and ADA access to areas, building entrances and sidewalks adjacent to the bike share stations; ■ Provide good solar access where possible so that the stations can be solar powered. Where this is not possible, locate so that reasonable access to electric power is available; ■ Locate so that mowing, snow clearing, snow storage and other maintenance activities are not obstructed and can be carried out efficiently; ■ Avoid or minimize impacts to other infrastructure systems, such as signs, power, irrigation and drainage facilities; ■ Install on existing hard surface where possible for a secure footing and to minimize project costs and additional impervious surface. For stations located on Parks and Recreation Department property maintained by Parks and Recreation staff, in addition to the practical considerations in determining specific station locations provided above, staff recommends the following criteria for bike share station locations: ■ The Boulder B-Cycle Station operators should be responsible for all maintenance and repair of the stations. ■ The Boulder B-Cycle Station operators should be responsible for any safety issue to both Boulder B-Cycle Stations users and non-users in the area. ■ The Boulder B-Cycle Station operators should be responsible for all snow removal around stations and bicycles. Proposed Stations on Parks and Recreation Department Property For the first phase of the Boulder B-Cycle system, one station is proposed on Parks and Recreation Department property at 2490 Spruce, Greenleaf Park. Details of this proposed location are included in Attachment B. The following two proposed locations are on city-owned lands that are maintained by Parks and Recreation staff: 1. 1015 Arapahoe- Main Library 2. 1301 Arapahoe These locations are highlighted in the proposed bike sharing system map in Attachment A. More detailed descriptions, photos and layout diagrams for each proposed site are included in Attachment B. AGENDA ITEM #_5A_PAGE_4 Proposed Station Approval Process While this agenda item addresses the proposed locations for the initial implementation of bike sharing, BBS expects the system to grow and change over time. Two potential conditions could prompt the need to change stations on Parks and Recreation Department property: the need to modify the size of the stations based on demand, and the need for additional stations as the system grows. In addition to PRAB approval, all stations on Parks and Recreation Department property will be permitted and inspected through the standard city process for bike share stations. Modifications on Parks and Recreation Property Assuming the Greenleaf Park station is approved by the PRAB, the resulting user demand may suggest that the size of a station should be changed. Stations are modular in design, such that additional docking stations can be added or removed from the station as needed. To accommodate these operational adjustments, staff suggests that the lease agreement for sites on Parks and Recreation Department property define a maximum envelop for station locations. Minor modifications within a station envelop could then be approved by Parks and Recreation Department Planning staff. Siting Additional Stations on Parks and Recreation Property As the bike sharing system is successful and expands, BBS may find that one or more additional park sites are desirable station locations. Staff suggests that any future stations proposed for Parks and Recreation property be handled as an addendum to the existing lease. BBS would work with Parks and Recreation and Transportation staff to identify the station location, define the lease envelop and address installation and operational issues. The lease addendum with these supporting materials would then be brought to the PRAB for approval. PUBLIC PROCESS AND COMMENT: Code changes supporting bike sharing were reviewed by the Planning Board at its Dec. 2, 2010 meeting and by City Council on Dec. 21, 2010 and approved by Council on Jan. 4, 2011. The Planning Board unanimously recommended adoption of the proposed code changes. The Board was also interested in implementation aspects of the system and asked questions related to the location of stations, their power source, snow removal and neighborhood outreach. All of these items are included in the planning for implementation and will be addressed through the permit process. The Transportation Advisory Board, Council and the Planning Board will receive periodic updates as planning moves forward. NEXT STEPS: An interdepartmental staff team has been developing the permitting and approval process for bike share stations in the public right-of-way and for stations on parcels outside of the right-of-way. In both cases, staff believes that an interdepartmental administrative review process will adequately document the installation and make sure that things such as lot coverage, open space and landscaping are not negatively impacted. Stations requiring AGENDA ITEM #_5A_PAGE_5 construction or electrical work will also receive the standard city inspections for construction projects. BBS is finalizing station locations to balance station spacing and coverage with efficiency and expected bike utilization. As the system proves successful and funding allows, the Boulder B-cycle system will expand to cover more of Boulder, with areas such as the University Hill targeted in the phase two implementation. A public open house is scheduled for Feb. 1, 2011 to solicit community input on the proposed station locations. ATTACHMENTS A: Map of Potential Station Locations B. Stations Proposed for Parks and Recreation Department Property AGENDA ITEM #_5A_PAGE_6 Attachment A _ _ .r ~a~, i,1 r~;.~ ~i~~ r~ I~~r - d• -~i1 a ~y~l,~+ • ~,'F# t' 1 L , l'~, _ ni. 1 * i q City of Boulder Transportation D :f • 4' ' = Potential City-wide f~,^:,, -y'°,',;" ! !YfA n! 'r. a ,.+J~' S k~' ,aT ~'r.•~' 4.r•.~'Y~ ~.-ry` y.7 gat p.At'' . 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Fqr w r ~~tti 11+1 1~ " $ 9 r On Street Bike Lane Existin g s r ~ ' .r11 is p 'e i• £f; ;L Y•3~1 ,r~, ' ~ , ,R ' -lift Paved Shoulder Existing z Soft Surface Multi Use Path Existing wa Street with Single Bike Lane Existing' VA, .:.pr' am v F`. - f f - •FrF' "_a.},y'.ai't` ~"µ"'~,h . AGENDA ITEM # PAGE Attachment B PRAB B-cycle Stations • Parks Owned - 2490 Spruce (Green Leaf Park) • 11 Dock Single Sided Station (Solar) Station • Parks Maintained - 1015 Arapahoe (Public Library) • 15 Dock Double Sided (Solar) Station - 175013th Street (Farmers Market Area) • 11 Dock Single Sided (A/C or Solar) Station • "Pending Terra Studios Site Plan this could be larger" i i ID AGENDA ITEM # V -A PAGE ~ Y h 'A~Y ti.v~ "a. ~ r+r.4a a S"p4 fv j4e kk 171 48 S.W Y 1r F ~ ~ A f f = ' yr' ~ ` ^ Fq. K r •py~ .i F' - ~ 1` ♦ R pp rs ~ t' x•.x. 'H''.~~{n ,f ti~.4 ~a~rs~ ~J~Lp*:,~.a~.! - ylwl. I 9♦~Ja ,,r... 'ate-. ~.i `..f~ B ~ i2•-c.'3 F ;{i:P{4'~4" ~ ~~M~~! LL ti'Y':r`T ~ .d.~ 9, `err ~ ' ta~f, l ,r.s ~~..aiN} IL h- rT- A- PAGE_ AGENDA ITEM # V- NEW- C 2490 Spruce Street - Green Leaf Park 11 Dock Single Sided (Solar) (192 sq ft Footprint in Red shown) "Parks Owned: Location would serve Boulder Nature Conservancy, adjacent business and residential community. Near bus stops and safe bicycling streets. Spruce Street 1 1 ~ 32' 7' t RMUM0 a5- AGENDA ITEM # tA , PAGE A 2490 Spruce Street - Green Leaf Park,: . 11 Dock Single Sided (Solar) (192 sq ft Footprint in blue shown) z . "Parks Owned: Location would serve Boulder Nature Conservancy, adjacent business and residential community. Near bus stops and safe bicycling streets. 4 "Concrete pad (192 sq ft } requirer~d~~to bolt station into. c y_ ~Jt Y s ~ ~ .mow, =FA 32' ~ Z' f , y~ > ~ Ste` tV Sri. 9 VA" A."P A ~+{y'*,~~vt.~e~~f) 'p_1-.`!il `~~le~'?~, iy .~~j Y~ R°• `.t• a~ ■y/4 ''y~i5.`~~J~ 4(n, e ~y~.r,?~C,~rxM 1"/pY„7t~~~~r1~~ sy: tk, y,t. .L~'r ~~Yi~ n++}~. y Rr !r!j "'~:-~5~~'h • ~ n' .a.e .S- t a ~ xw a ^ w~`.'Y`. ✓ s';'~.,. :A ~ ~ Lt ^""1,-Y~ ^'r., ` ! 'y AGENDA ITEM # V` PAGE 1 f Library Site -1015 Arapahoe Avenue 1 15 Dock Double Sided Solar Station t L((220 sq ft Footprint in Red) arks Maintained Site fS 221 10, M+ i 3 r. nue F Arapaho ,.i AGENDA ITEM # V -A PAGE ~ Z-- Library Site -1015 Arapahoe Avenue 15 Dock Double Sided Solar Station (220 sq ft Footprint in black) "Parks Maintained Site: This was the best location for minimal footprint impact, visibility, solar exposure and offers ample space on all sides for snow removal. Ample space for pedestrian traffic with 7' of space to sidewalk edge. i WA 22' i- 7' 10' AGENDA ITEM # V-A, PAGE 1 13th & Arapahoe Site -1750 Arapahoe 11 Dock Single Sided A/C Station (Possible Solar) (192 sq ft Footprint in Red shown) "Parks Maintained Site: Location pending Carol Adams (StudioTerra) site plan for combined bike parking & bike share space (In Yellow). B-cycle station configuration subject to change in size and dimensions. x ~ 32' H 11kr a N - enue AGFNOA ITF-M it V PAGE III e « IIT_f i 7g, r ~"I 131h & Arapahoe Site -1750 Arapahoe 11 Dock Single Sided A/C Station (Possible Solar) (192 sq ft Footprint in blue shown) "Parks Maintained Site: Location pending Carol Adams (StudioTerra) site plan for + combined bike parking & bike share space. B-cycle station configuration subject to change in size and dimensions. 3Z -4 w' `ar " `L i<~ eg i7i~v 'POW j 'i% - `~^s ' n ryd+~,. 'ftt?ryY •Atir ti . fiFe maw r+4"'"~AGENDA ITFV # PAGE 1