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Minutes - Transportation - September 14, 2009 CITY OF BOULDER BOULDER, COLORADO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS MEETING ACTION MINUTES Name of Board/ Commission: Transportation Advisory Board Date of Meeting: September 14, 2009 Contact Information Preparing Summary: Susan House 303441-3266 Board Members Present: Myriah Conroy, Michael Deragisch, Spenser Havlick (arriving a 7:00pm), David Driscoll, Matt Moseley Board Members Absent: None Staff Present: Tracy Winfree, Director of Public Works and Transportation Mike Sweeney, Transportation Planning and Operations Coordinator Martha Roskowski, Go Boulder Program Manager Noreen Walsh, Senior Transportation Planner Randall Rutsch, Senior Transportation Planner Jason Fell, Transportation Project Manager Susan House, Board Secretary Type of Meeting: Advisory/ Regular Agenda Item 1: Call to Order The meeting was called to order. 16:03 p.m.] Agenda Item 2: Approval of minutes Minutes were reviewed but not approved based on lack of information. Agenda Item 3: Public Participation Kurt Nordback, 777 Dellwood Avenue, Boulder Peter Richards, 470 University Avenue, Boulder Agenda Item 4: [6:12 p.m.] Staff briefing and TAB input regarding Broadway and Euclid project (no materials wereprovided). Noreen Walsh and Jason Fell presented item to the Board. The Board emphasized that materials need to be provided to the Board for review prior to the board meeting. Staff stated this $7.4 million multimodal improvements project includes the construction of a pedestrian/bicycle underpass beneath Broadway at 16'"/Euclid, expansion of the northbound and southbound transit stops with additional transit amenities, construction of a signalized intersection at Broadway and 18th Street, and multi-use path improvements. The project design process began in the Spring of 2009 and the City of Boulder has led a stakeholders design group comprised of the funding partners and the Boulder Valley School District. Through the stakeholder project design meetings, the project team reexamined the conceptual designs contained in the FLO study and found that some other alternatives were possible due to a changed assumption for the adjacent University property. The board asked questions about the intent of the project, the process and timing, the funding partners, and design issues. The board discussed the overall benefit of the project and identified some design issues that need to be considered as the project advances. No formal action was requested or taken. Agenda Item 5: 16:58 p.m.] Discussion topic regarding Outline/ Product of Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Progress Report after 20 years of implementation. Board Member Spenser Havlick arrived at 7:00 p.m. Randall Rinsch and Martha Roskowski presented the item to the Board. Page I of2 Board Discussion: With overall support for this work product, the Board provided suggestions and commented on the new transportation report on progress and the Transportation Master Plan 20-year retrospective report. No formal action was requested or taken. Agenda Item 6: 17:27 p.m.] Matters from the Board: M. Deragisch asked for an update on the development of parking spaces in Frasier Meadows, update on the memorial curb issue at 19" Street and asked for the protocol to identify parts of land within the city where the owner of record may be unclear. D. Driscoll asked for an update on the city's skateboarding rules and regulations, and stated a visibility safety concern under the bridge on Goose Creek path by Folsom Street. S. Havlick asked for an update on his inquiry to the jurisdiction and requirements of bicycle helmets, update on the plan for stripin¢ and design on the multi use path and asked about the land owned by the Transportation Department on 63` Street (Old Pearl Parkway) Confluence Plan. M. Conroy asked for information regarding the harmless clause for FasTracks and how much revenue has been collected from the City of Boulder. Matters from staff. Staff responded to the city skateboarding rules and regulations, provided an update on how some of the CMA ant award is being used, Northwest Rail update and FasTracks. Agenda Item 7: Future Schedule Discussion: None Agenda Item 8: 18:18 p.m.] Adjournment: Motion by D. Driscoll, seconded by M. Deragisch to adjourn the September 14, 2009 meeting, by vote of 5:0 and the meeting was ad'oumed at 8:18 .m. Date, Time, and Location of Next Meeting: The next meeting will be a regular work meeting on Monday, October 12, 2009, 1777 Broadway, Council Chambers, at 6 .m., unless otherwise decided b staff and the Board. Approved by: Date: An audio recording of these minutes is available on the Transportation Advisory Board web page. Page 2 of 2