Governor's Transportation Summit - Municipal Highway Infrastructure Overview

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Mayor Mike Caldwell provided the following presentation at the Governor's Transportation Summit on November 5, 2013.

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Governor's Transportation Summit - Municipal Highway Infrastructure Overview

  1. 1. MUNICIPAL HIGHWAY INFRASTRUCTURE OVERVIEW November 5, 2013 Governor’s Transportation Summit Challenge: Keeping Up With Utah's Growing Pains
  2. 2. OGDEN INFRASTRUCTURE Mayor Mike Caldwell The challenges facing Utah cities to build, maintain, and operate all types of transportation infrastructure.
  3. 3. Ogden Infrastructure Overview of Current Maintenance Responsibilities • 712 Lane Miles of Roadways in Ogden (305 road miles) • about 14% maintained by UDOT – street surfaces only • Street Maintenance: • Provided by City crews • Tree Maintenance in Park Strips: • Urban Forester oversees in-house as well as contracted work • Curb & Gutter and Sidewalk Repair: • Contracted to vendors by annual contract
  4. 4. Ogden Infrastructure State of Current Infrastructure Street Maintenance 1,079,813 756,077 70,000 48,000 10 Square Yards of Paving Budgeted Square Yards of Chip Seal Backlog backlog vs. 94 Lane Miles of Crack Seal annual budget for materials 25% of our Total B/C Allocation
  5. 5. Ogden Infrastructure State of Current Infrastructure Curb & Gutter Not rated 17% No Curb and Gutter 12% Poor to Very Poor 27% Very Good 17% Good 27% to replace nonfunctional curb and gutter
  6. 6. Ogden Infrastructure State of Current Infrastructure Sidewalks Poor to Very Poor 33% No sidewalk 29% Fair to Very Good 38% to replace 33% of sidewalk system
  7. 7. Ogden Infrastructure Funding Demands Street Maintenance Curb & Gutter Sidewalks Backlog • Actual spent: $5,454,053 in past six fiscal years combined • TOTAL Class C allocation: $2,576,000 and we still haven’t addressed any other transportation needs
  8. 8. Ogden Infrastructure Infrastructure’s Impact on Economic Development Project Benefits • Interstate access • Grant Ave traffic signal • Improved stacking control at Wall Ave • Safety at the high school • Improved storm water control • Grant Ave promenade 20th Street Reconstruction Estimated Cost
  9. 9. Ogden Infrastructure Infrastructure’s Impact on Economic Development Impacts • LDS Temple Reconstruction • Town House Development • School Development • Mixed Use Developer Opportunities • And to the west of Lincoln, New Juvenile Court Revitalized 20th and Grant Ave
  10. 10. Ogden Infrastructure Infrastructure’s Impact on Economic Development Potential Benefits • Ogden City development • • • • • • opportunities Connection to Marriott–Slaterville Increase traffic volume capacity Increase pavement weight carrying capacity Eliminate safety hazards Improve alignment Manage storm water Estimated Cost 17th Street West - Wall to Gibson
  11. 11. Ogden Infrastructure Infrastructure’s Impact on Economic Development Open irrigation ditch Uncontrolled shoulder widths cause drainage issues • Difficult to attract new 17th Street West business because of inadequate infrastructure.
  12. 12. Ogden Infrastructure
  13. 13. Ogden Infrastructure Transportation Paradigm
  14. 14. Ogden Infrastructure • America’s Fastest • Best Bike-Friendly Growing Cities Cities in America http://www.forbes.com/sites/morganbrennan/2 013/01/23/americas-fastest-growing-cities/ http://www.bicycling.com/news/featuredstories/bicyclings-top-50
  15. 15. Ogden Infrastructure Vision of Active Transportation Corridors

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