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    Public Workshop #5 Public Workshop #5 Presentation Transcript

    • Public Workshop #5 July 20, 2011
    • 2Meeting Agenda 6:00 – 6:30 Visit Stations 6:30 – 7:00 Presentation 7:00 – 7:30 Group Session (Fill out Workbooks) 7:30 – 8:00 Comment on Cross Sections and Intersection Treatment
    • 3Presentation Outline Project Recap Review of Concept Development Process 3 Most Promising Alternatives Technical Evaluation of Alternatives Streetscape Sections Intersection Treatment Options Next Steps
    • 4Project Background Video
    • Project Website / Virtual Workshop 5(http://172nd.com)
    • Project Purpose Address corridor congestion and safety problems Serve future north-south traffic Serve expected population growth in the area – Damascus – Happy Valley – Pleasant Valley Plan area – Gresham Serve the growing demand for regional travel
    • 7Alternatives Development Process
    • 8Summary of Public Workshops
    • 9Alternative AT2
    • 10Alternative AT6
    • 11Alternative AS10A
    • 8.1 – Transportation Analysis of Alternatives Based on Metro’s current 2035 land use assumptions. Operations with new Metro assumptions are expected to be better Range forecasts to be performed in conjunction with the Preferred Build Alternative
    • 8.1 – Transportation Analysis of Alternatives Concept Roadway Required Cross SectionAT2, AT6 172nd -190th Corridor 5 LanesAS10a 172nd Ave 3 Lanes*AS10a Foster-190th Corridor 5 LanesAll 172nd Ave (North of 172nd- 3-5 Lanes 190th Connector)All Hemrick Rd 3 LanesAll Cheldelin Rd 3 Lanes * 5 lanes near Sunnyside Road
    • 14Alternative AT2
    • 15Alternative AT6
    • 16Alternative AS10A
    • Alternative AS10A – Relies on Planned Foster 17Road Extension Foster Extension
    • 18Foster Road Extension – Damascus Draft TSP Foster Rd Vogel Rd 187th Ave
    • 172nd Avenue Frontage Road Concept 19(All Alternatives) Troge Rd North Future Road Hagen Rd 172nd Ave Frontage Road
    • Recently Completed Technical Analysis Environmental – Biological Resources – Wetlands – Historical/Cultural – Hazardous Materials – Soils – Air Quality – Noise Transportation – Transportation Analysis of Alternatives – Conceptual Level Design and Cost Estimates
    • Preliminary Cost Estimates Total costs (Public Project Scenario) – AT2 - $156 Million – AT6 - $154 Million – AS10a - $138 Million Public costs likely less due to development related right-of- way dedications and roadway construction.
    • 22Technical Evaluation Results EVALUATION CRITERIA AT2 AT6 AS10A Vehicular Mobility +1.5 +1.5 +1.5 Multi-Modal Mobility +1 +1 +1 Local Access +0.5 +0.5 +0.5 Multi-Modal Safety +1 +1 +1.67 Impacts to Natural Environment +0.33 -0.67 +1.33 Impacts to Built Environment -0.67 -1.33 -0.33 Land Use Compatibility +1.5 -0.5 +1 Flexibility of Implementation +0.5 0 +0.5 Cost 0 0 +1 Aesthetic Character +0.33 +2 -0.33 Environmental Enhancement 0 0 0 Maintenance +0.5 +0.5 +0.5 Functionality +2 +2 +1.5 TOTAL SCORE 8.49 6.00 9.84
    • Initial Consultant Team Recommendations Alternative AS10a – Meets the Purpose and Need – Scores above the other alternatives based on the goals, objectives, and evaluation criteria – Lowest cost of the 3 most promising alternatives – Highest approval rating from public participants to date Things to Consider – Need to construct 5-lanes on Foster within the horizon year - Dependent on Widening of 190th Drive and Extension of 187th
    • Initial Streetscape Assumptions
    • 25Cycle Track Concept Source: NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide (National Association of City Transportation Officials, 2011)
    • 26Example Streetscape Photos Sunnyside Road, Happy Valley
    • 27Intersection Treatment Options Traffic Signal Roundabout
    • 28Initial Project Team Recommendation Use roundabouts where feasible. – Safety Benefits – Environmental Benefits – Pedestrian Friendly – Access Management – Aesthetics
    • 29Upcoming Meetings Virtual Open House (Open until 7/22) Project Advisory Committee Meeting (7/27) Clackamas Transportation Advisory Committee Meeting (8/23) Project Management Team Meeting (8/4) Final selection of Preferred Build Alternative
    • 30Upcoming Public Hearings Winter 2011/12 – Damascus Planning Commission – Happy Valley Planning Commission – Damascus City Council – Happy Valley City Council – Board of County Commissioners
    • Let’s Get Your Input Review Posters for Alignment Concepts – Future Land Use/Environmental Constraints – Evaluation Scores Use “Notes” Section of Your Handout to Provide Feedback Today’s Goals are to: 1) Select the Preferred Build Alternative 2) Provide Suggested Refinements to the Preferred Build Alternative
    • 32How to fill out your workbook
    • 33How to fill out your workbook Yes 1 Your comments here. No 3 No 2
    • 34Completing the Workbook  Your comments here.
    • Thanks!