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San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update
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San Angelo City Council 10-15-13 red arroyo project update

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  • 1. City Council October 15, 2013
  • 2. Project Budget • Budget Breakdown • $4M project • $3.2M – Statewide Transportation Enhancement Program grant, administered by TxDOT • $800K – CoSA • $325K – stormwater quality improvements • $325K – ½-cent sales tax for general park improvements • $150K – private donation (anonymous)
  • 3. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project • Project limits • • Sherwood Way to Knickerbocker Road Project Elements • • • • • • • 4.7 miles of 14-foot-wide improved surface, multi-use path 4 major / 6 neighborhood trailheads Parking Lots: Millbrook (66), Unidad Park (63), Sul Ross (25) 2-3 stormwater quality ponds 6 bridge crossings 1 restroom facility (near Unidad Park) Park benches/rest areas
  • 4. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project • COSA • • • • • • • • trail design trail heads bathroom stormwater ponds parking lots USACE permit partial bridge design partial inspection • TxDOT • • • • • • • grant administration plan review FEMA flood study partial bridge design letting partial inspection lighting
  • 5. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project Trailhead Neighborhood Trailhead
  • 6. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project Parking(66) POND POND Parking(63) UNIDAD PARK Trailhead Neighborhood Trailhead Restroom
  • 7. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project Parking(25) POND Trailhead Neighborhood Trailhead
  • 8. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project
  • 9. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project Typical Bridge Section
  • 10. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project Trail Heads Provide quick access point to trail system from neighborhood or parking area. Provide a map to identify where you are and the distances for each section of trail. . Show geographical proximity to commercial areas, neighborhoods, library, park, etc. Working with ASU Students to produce Logo and Trail Maps
  • 11. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project • Stormwater Quality Ponds • Interception and collection of sediment, debris, nutrients, and pollutants
  • 12. Red Arroyo Shared Use Path Project • Project Timeline • • • • • Project currently in final design Continual plan review by TxDOT Final plans: January 2014 Letting: July 2014 Project Time: 9 months (tentative)

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