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Boise Idaho City Council Meeting Documents for September 10th.
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    BOISE, IDAHO COUNCIL WORK SESSION AGENDA September 10, 2013 4:00 PM   City Hall - Council Chambers   1. ACHD Integrated Five Year Work Plan FY2014-18, Initial Draft (15 min) Presenter: Karen Gallagher, Planning and Development Services  ACTION REQUESTED : Provide Comments 2. Broadway Bridge Design Options (20 min) Presenter: Karen Gallagher, Planning and Development Services  ACTION REQUESTED : Provide Comments 3. Interim Budget Change (5 min) Presenter: Brent Davis, Finance and Administration  ACTION REQUESTED : Approval 4. Executive Session: Personnel, Labor Negotiations, Land Acquisition, Records Exempt from Public Disclosure, Pending/Probable Litigation, I.C. 67-2345(1)(b)(c)(d)(f) I. CALL TO ORDER II. WORK SESSION ITEMS III. ADJOURNMENT    Date : September 5, 2013 To:  Mayor and City Council From: Karen Gallagher Transportation Planner Re:  ACHD’s Integrated Five Year Work Plan FY 2014-18 Comments on Initial Draft Requested Action Provide feedback on the initial draft of ACHD’s Integrated Five Year Work Plan FY 2014-18. They have requested comments by September 13 th . The ACHD Commission  plans to adopt the IFYWP on September 25 th . Summary   We are at the tail end of the development of this year’s Integrated Five Year Work Plan (IFYWP). On April 5, 2013, Boise City sent ACHD the annual transportation requests list. ACHD collected all the lists from other municipalities and the school districts, determined each projects prioritization score, added projects, and made some minor adjustments to the  previous year’s FYWP to create a new plan for FY 2014-2018. Attached is ACHD’s 6-page summary of the IFYWP. The entire IFYWP can be found at: http://www.achdidaho.org/Default.aspx (see bullet under “Quick Links”). New Approach Over the next 3-5 months, the PDS team will examine the City’s transportation goals in conjunction with targeted areas of change (land use), as well as sidewalk needs, and discuss with Council future strategies for identifying and ranking our transportation  priorities. This will be followed by joint meetings with ACHD to highlight areas of redevelopment and other transportation goals with the CIP and IFYWP and to provide a more cogent and comprehensive justification for our transportation priorities. Projects Economic Development This is the first year the District has created funding for Economic Development Projects. Boise submitted nine projects. The District included two of them in the draft Plan: Royal Blvd. Extension (between 9 th  and Capitol) and Emerald St. and Americana Blvd, from Orchard to Ann Morrison Park – complete street with bike lanes, 3 travel lanes, and sidewalks. Capital and Community Programs Boise summited 28 Capital Projects (streets, intersections, and seven of the Economic Development projects). Twenty projects are proceeding; seven are not (see attached list).   2.1.aPacket Pg. 2    A   t   t  a  c   h  m  e  n   t  :   S   t  a   f   f   R  e  p  o  r   t   (   1   8   4   4  :   A   C   H   D   I   F   Y   W   P   I  n   i   t   i  a   l   D  r  a   f   t   F   Y   2   0   1   4  -   1   8   )   In the Community Programs category, Boise requested 43 projects. Thirty-one projects are  proceeding; 19 are not (some are new and have not yet been scoped) (see attached list). ACHD is  proposing to increase the annual funding for Community Programs from $4 million to $5-6 million. In 2014, ACHD will begin designing seven capital projects and three community program projects in Boise. ITS and Sidewalk Repair Areas One of the changes with the new  Integrated   Five Year Work Plan is the inclusion of specific maintenance projects, such as lists of roads to be overlaid and specific Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) projects. There are four ITS projects in Boise: ã   Adaptive Traffic Signal Boise/ Eagle/ Garden/ City of Boise ã   Boise Towne Square Mall Adaptive Signal ã   Broadway Ave. Adaptive Signal ã   Three Cities Intelligent Transportation System Improvement There are seven areas identified for sidewalk repair and filling of short gaps. ã   West Downtown Boise Sidewalk Repair ã   El Pe’lar Estates Sidewalk Repair ã   Five Mile/ Ustick/ Maple Grove/ Edna Sidewalk Repair ã   Harris Ranch Sidewalk Repair ã    North End Downtown Sidewalk Repair ã    North End Harrison – 13 th  Sidewalk Repair ã   Sherwood and San Marino Sidewalk Repair Prioritization Outliers There are five projects proposed to be added to the IFYWP that are outliers, meaning they score very low on the prioritization criteria (rank 85, 94, 116, 122 out of 130 projects). It is unclear why these  projects are being added to the Plan. There are 42 other projects that rank above the highest rated of the outliers that are not proceeding, including the intersections at Broadway/Ave. B/Idaho St./Warm Springs Ave. and State St/Glenwood. While the prioritization score is not the end-all, some explanation is warranted and could be requested. Attachments Status  - Boise’s Capital Projects Request List Status - Boise’s Community Programs Projects Request List Introduction to the Initial Draft of the Integrated Five Year Work Plan 2.1.aPacket Pg. 3    A   t   t  a  c   h  m  e  n   t  :   S   t  a   f   f   R  e  p  o  r   t   (   1   8   4   4  :   A   C   H   D   I   F   Y   W   P   I  n   i   t   i  a   l   D  r  a   f   t   F   Y   2   0   1   4  -   1   8   )   ACHD Initial Draft IFWYP FY2014-2018  Aug 13, 2013 2013 Boise City Priority for FY2014-18 Roadway or Intersection ( ☼ )Description Design in PD, Const UF  long-term priority State Street, Veterans Mem Pkwy (36th St) / 28 th  St Widen to 7 lanes. Develop transition plan to achieve 2 lanes dedicated for transit. Design in 2014 Const 2018 1 State St & Veterans Mem Pkwy (36th St) ☼ Cost estimate for concept design in 2013. 2017 2 State St & Collister Dr ☼ Widen to 7 lanes. Develop transition plan to achieve 2 lanes dedicated for transit. Design in 2017 Const PD 3 State St & Pierce Park Ln ☼ Widen to 7 lanes. Develop transition plan to achieve 2 lanes dedicated for transit. UF long-term priority State Street, Collister / 36 th  St Widen to 7 lanes. Develop transition plan to achieve 2 lanes dedicated for transit. Intersections 1st per TTOP. UF long-term priority State Street, Pierce Park / Collister  Widen to 7 lanes. Develop transition plan to achieve 2 lanes dedicated for transit. Intersections 1st per TTOP. UF 4 State St & Glenwood St ☼ Rebuild intersection. long-term priority State Street, Glenwood / Pierce Park  Widen to 7 lanes. Develop transition plan to achieve 2 lanes dedicated for transit. Intersections 1st per TTOP. begin in 2017 5 long-term priority Fairview Ave, Linder / Orchard, Access Management Implement Fairview Access Management Plan. 2017 6 long-term priority Cole / Fairview ☼ 2014-2018 7 Downtown Boise Implementation Plan Execute outcomes of Downtown Boise Implementation Plan - one-way, two-way street conversions and bike network. yes 8 Emerald, Orchard / Latah and restripe Americana Convert 4 lanes to 3 and add bike lanes. Also restripe Americana, Latah to Ann Morrision Park with bike lanes. 9 Orchard, Chinden to Overland: 4 to 3 lanes and add bike lanes. Convert 4 lanes to 3 and add bike lanes. 10 Orchard, Emerald / Morris Hill Develop Concept Plan to construct a complete street. yes 11 Capitol Blvd / 9th St. / Royal Blvd ☼ Design and construct a new intersection at to improve vehicular access to the Lusk Street Area and provide another connection to the BSU campus for pedestrians and bicyclists. 12 32nd Street, Moore / Whitewater Park Blvd: Extend the local street to provide the neighborhood and an undeveloped, higher density parcel critical access to Whitewater Park Blvd. and Esther Simplot Park. Coordinate with CCDC.   2.1.aPacket Pg. 4    A   t   t  a  c   h  m  e  n   t  :   S   t  a   f   f   R  e  p  o  r   t   (   1   8   4   4  :   A   C   H   D   I   F   Y   W   P   I  n   i   t   i  a   l   D  r  a   f   t   F   Y   2   0   1   4  -   1   8   )
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