Published on February 4, 2014
CUY-422-2.42 - Kinsman Road Realignment g Stakeholder Meeting #2 John Motl, P.E. ODOT District 12 Chris Preto, P.E., LEED AP Hatch Mott MacDonald December 17, 2013
Agenda Project Update Alternate 2C/2D Comparison and Decision Multi-Modal Options Existing Utility Conditions Public Utility Involvement and Questions New Kinsman/Beaver intersection Additional work on Grand Avenue Next Steps g
Project Update Stakeholder Meeting #1 – November 1, 2013 – Consensus on alternate 2C (curve) – Study alternate 2D (tee intersection) R/W Acquisition meeting – November 22, 2013 – Alternate 2D preferred by City Econ. Develop. & NEORSD – Delay public meeting at request of City and NEORSD – Look into accelerating project schedule – Invite public utilities to next stakeholder meeting Preliminary Engineering Plan Development g
Alternative 2C Ties Kinsman to Woodland at East 63rd using curve – Meets 35 MPH design speed – 4 lanes, 5 at Woodland intersection – Adjacent sidewalk – Matches existing before rail bridge – Portions of old Kinsman, East 62nd, and East 63rd vacated – 2 structure takes: avoids church – 2.5 ft high elevation difference at Grand – Widening along Woodland and Bundy, Potentially Grand g
Alternative 2D Ties Kinsman to Woodland at East 63rd using tee intersection – Meets 35 MPH design speed – 4 lanes, 5 at Woodland intersection – Adjacent sidewalk – Matches existing before rail bridge – Portions of old Kinsman and East 62nd vacated – 0 structure takes: avoids church – 1.0 ft high elevation difference at Grand – Widening along Woodland, Bundy, and Grand g
Alt 2C – LOS AM PM g
Alt 2D – LOS AM PM g
Comparative Analysis g Alternative 2C – Curve Alternative 2D – Tee Intersection 35 35 C / C (Grand / Kinsman) C / C (Grand / Kinsman) 4.11 acres 5.03 acres 1 residential, 1 commercial 0 No constraints No constraints 1 lane of widening 2 lanes of widening Good Better than Alt 2C More than 2D Less than 2C Meets driver expectation Does not meet driver expectation Flexibility for Future Traffic Patterns Limited Better Construction Cost $6.0M $6.3M Right-of-Way Cost $0.5M $0.5M Total Cost $6.5M $6.8M Feature Design Speed (mph) Traffic Level of Service (AM / PM) Right of Way Impacts Structure Takes NEORSD West Basin Grand Avenue Future Redevelopment Potential East 55/Woodland Intersection Traffic Volume Impacts Kinsman Continuity
Multi-Modal Existing Conditions Integral sidewalks on both sides of street – Kinsman Road (US 422) – not a NOACA regional bike priority route – Woodland Avenue (SR 87) – a NOACA regional bike priority route – East 55th Street – a NOACA regional bike priority route – Grand Avenue – not a NOACA regional bike priority route – Bundy Drive – not a NOACA regional bike priority route Sidewalks and tree lawns on both sides of street – Beaver Avenue – East 63rd Street g
Multi-Modal Options Alternative A (Bike Lanes) – 5’ On-Street Lanes in each direction – Dedicated On- Road Facility – Intermediate Experience Level for Cyclists g
Multi-Modal Options Alternative B (Shared Lanes) – Wider 14’ Outside Travel Lanes – Shared On-Road Facility – Advanced Experience Level for Cyclists g
Multi-Modal Options Alternative C (Multi-use Path) – 10’ Off-Road bi-directional path – Dedicated Off- Road Facility – Beginner Experience Level for Cyclists g
Comparative Analysis Feature Alt A - Bike Lanes Alt B - Shared Lanes Alt C - Multi-Use Path Intermediate Advanced Beginner High Low Medium Promotes Bikeability Separate Bikes from Vehicular Travel Lanes Places Bikes Off-Road Promotes Walkability Fosters Linkages Connects to NEORSD Facility Required Cyclist Experience Level Cost g
Multi-Modal Recommendations g New Kinsman Road (US 422) – multi-use path on east side Old Kinsman Road – leave existing sidewalks in place Woodland Avenue (SR 87) – no changes Beaver Avenue – match existing with sidewalks and treelawns on both sides of street Grand Avenue – match existing with integral sidewalks on both sides of street Bundy Drive – match existing with integral sidewalks on both sides of street East 55th Street – no changes
Existing Utility Conditions g Kinsman Road Beaver Avenue 8” Water 6” Water 60” and 54” Combined Sewer (flows south) 6” Gas (north side) No. 7 (56” tall x 44” wide) Combined Sewer (flowing west) 12” Gas (south side) 3” Gas (each side of walk) East 63rd Grand Avenue 6” Water 12” Combined Sewer (flows north) 3-4” CEI ducts 6” Water 3” Gas (each side of walk) 6” Gas (north side of walk) 12” Combined Sewer (flowing east)
Existing Utility Conditions g Woodland Avenue East 62nd 10” Water (48” at East 66th) No. 5 (45” tall x 35” wide) Combined Sewer (flows west) 6” Water 48“ storm sewer east of East 63rd 12” storm sewer west of East 63rd 48” storm tie-in at East 63rd 6” Gas (north side) 8” Gas (south side) 9-4” CPP ducts 9-4” CEI ducts 9-4” AT&T ducts No. 7, No. 6, No. 4 Combined Sewer (flowing south) 3” Gas (each side of walk)
Water Main Questions/Decisions g Size of water main on East 63/New Kinsman? Extend to Old Kinsman? Water main extended on old Kinsman/Beaver? Is 6” sufficient? Remove unused water mains and hydrants on abandoned streets (at City expense)?
Sanitary Sewer Questions/Decisions g New sanitary sewer on East 63/New Kinsman or reuse existing combined sewer? Size? Sanitary sewer on old Kinsman/Beaver? Size?
Electric Questions/Decisions g Underground electric service on East 63/New Kinsman? Size, # of ducts, funding? Extend along old Kinsman/Beaver? Extend to old Kinsman at Grand?
New Kinsman/Beaver Intersection g Project traffic needs (minimal redevelopment) – 2 lanes (thru-right and thru-left) each direction on new Kinsman – 1 lane each direction on Beaver – 2 way stop controlled intersection (stop sign on Beaver) Potential traffic needs (full redevelopment) – 2 thru lanes each direction on new Kinsman with center left turn lanes – 1 lane each direction on Beaver with center left turn lane – Traffic signal – 100% City cost if part of this project
Grand Avenue Work g Current project – Reconstruct Grand Avenue to 400 feet west of Kinsman intersection – 4 lanes at New Kinsman – Addition of eastbound right turn lane – Addition of transverse striping Future project or part of this project at City cost? – Reconstruct or resurface remaining 1000 feet to East 55th Street?
The Next Steps Schedule 1st public meeting (February 2014) – Refine alternate per comments/concerns Complete Preliminary Engineering (Spring/Summer 2014) Schedule next stakeholder meeting (TBD) g
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