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2020-03-31 - Agendas - FinalRm�� CITY OF IiFAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS MEETING AGENDA City Council Transportation Committee Tuesday, March 31s', 2020 5:30 pm or Immediately Following Agenda Session NOTICE: THE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY WITH NO PHYSICAL LOCATION TO ATTEND VIDEO CONFERENCING BY ZOOM WILL BE USED FOR THIS MEETING. INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOGGING INTO ZOOM ARE ON PAGE 3. Members: Matthew Petty, Chairperson; Sarah Marsh; Sarah Bunch; Kyle Smith City Staff: Chris Brown, City Engineer; Terry Gulley, Transportation Director Agenda: 1. Old Business: None 2. New Business: A. MAPLE STREET CYCLETRACK: Review of revised plans and request for approval to apply for grant funding for construction. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council on this item) B. WEDINGTON CORRIDOR SAFETY, WALKABILITY, AND TRANSIT: Discussion regarding the existing and proposed Wedington Corridor related to walkability and transit access. Presentation by Staff and Razorback Transit. C. TRANSIT SHELTERS: Review of preliminary priority lists for transit shelter installation. Staff has performed a preliminary review of more than 150 Ozark Regional Transit and Razorback Transit stop locations for placement of shelters and other amenities. Staff evaluated each stop location based on average number of boardings, the need for easements or right-of-way acquisition, existing amenities, and the amount of site work necessary for construction. After review of the locations and referencing the recommendations from the Fayetteville Mobility Plan and the University of Arkansas Transportation Plan, a list of the 26 most suitable and construction -ready locations was compiled. Staff has also researched options and pricing for commercially produced shelter and seating products for committee feedback. D. RUPPLE ROAD BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION: Review of bids for construction of Rupple Road, between Weir Road east and Weir Road west of Rupple. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council on this item) Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 E. TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM (TAP) GRANT: Review of a request to apply for federal -aid funds and allow staff to submit an application of an 80% federal 20% local matching grant through the Arkansas Department of Transportation - Transportation Alternatives Program for an award of up to $500,000 and City match of $125,000 to be used for the Clabber Creek Trail tunnel under Garland Ave. (Hwy 112) at Van Asche Drive. Funding for the match has been budgeted through the 2019 Bond for Trail Improvements. F. RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROGRAM (RTP) GRANT: Review of a request to apply for federal -aid funds and allow staff to submit an application of an 80% federal 20% local matching grant through the Arkansas Department of Transportation — Recreational Trails Program for an award of up to $440,000 and City match of $110,000 to be used for the reconstruction and improvement to the section of the Lake Fayetteville shared -use paved trail across the dam. Funding for the match has been budgeted through CIP trail development program. A. Transportation Bond Program Update B. Transportation Division Workplan Update 3. Adjourn Ii CITY OF FAETTEILL ARKANSAS City Council Transportation Committee March 31, 2020 5:30 PM or Immediately Following City Council Agenda Session Virtual Meeting Participation Opportunities By PC, Mac, iOS Whone), or Android: Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/a/753377721 Meeting ID: 753-377-721 Use full name as screen name Join by phone only, toll-free: +1 (877) 853-5257 +1 (888) 475-4499 When prompted for Meeting ID: 753-377-721# If you do not have a Participant Number: press # To comment: Use "Raise hand" function when comment for an item is requested For phone, raise hand to be recognized with *9 Phone numbers used to dial in to meeting will be masked for privacy All participants will be muted automatically when joining the meeting NEW TO ZOOM? Watch tutorial videos at: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us Ii CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS March 25th, 2020 Transportation Committee Memo Re: Maple Street Improvements RECOMMENDATION: Staff requests approval to apply for a grant through the Walton Family Foundation and authorize the allocation of 2019 bond funds in the amount of $1.5 million for half of the grant matching funds for the reconstruction of Maple Street from the Razorback Regional Greenway to Garland Ave. BACKGROUND: The City of Fayetteville and the University of Arkansas have been working together toward a common goal of improving the section of Maple Street from the Razorback Greenway west to Garland Ave. In the Spring of 2018, the University of Arkansas contracted with Alta Planning + Design to develop conceptual plans for Maple Street that include pedestrian improvements and a protected bicycle cycle track. On September 9th, 2018, resolution 198-18 was approved to share the cost for final design of the Maple Street project between the City of Fayetteville and the University of Arkansas in the amount of $103,500 each and to accept a grant from the Walton Family Foundation in the amount of $207,000 to cover the $414,000 final design cost with Olsson Associates. On June 41h, 2019, resolution 141-19 authorized an application for a grant through the Walton Family Foundation in the maximum amount of $2,000,000 for the construction of the Maple Street project. At that same time, University of Arkansas officials expressed concerns with the design and requested changes for increased safety. The safety upgrades include a low vegetation buffer between the cycle track and the road. In addition, enhanced mid -block crosswalks are proposed with decorative pavement markings and passive detection bollards for activation of beacons. Funds allocated for construction were estimated during the early conceptual phases at $4 million to be split by the City and University at 1 million each with 2 million from the Walton Family Foundation. As the design plans were more developed and the scope of the project became more defined, the estimated cost grew to $5 million. With the proposed safety upgrades and factoring in escalation, the updated cost estimate for project is now $6 million. DISCUSSION: The proposed improvements to Maple Street include 2,475 -linear feet of new roadway surface, upgraded traffic signals, storm drainage, 8 -foot -wide sidewalks on the north and south sides and a separated a two-way cycle track along the south side extending from the Razorback Greenway to Garland Avenue. Maple Street has been identified as a catalyst project in the Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 Northwest Arkansas Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. Currently bicycle access to the University of Arkansas campus core and the surrounding neighborhoods is limited. The addition of the Maple Street connection will greatly improve the accessibility from the trail system to this major destination for city residents including the campus's faculty, staff, visitors and students. The next step for the Maple Street project is to finalize the design plans and establish the funding for construction. The Walton Family Foundation has expressed interest in providing funding the construction through a 50:50 matching grant. With approval from City Council, an application will be submitted to the Walton Family Foundation requesting a maximum grant amount of $3 million with the matching funds split between the University of Arkansas and the City of Fayetteville in the estimated amount of $1,500,000 each. BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: Funds have been identified in the first phase of the 2019 bond with $1 million from the transportation portion and $500,000 from the trails portion of the 2019 bonds. If the Walton Family Foundation Grant is approved in the maximum amount of $3 million then the City of Fayetteville will be responsible for an estimated of $1,500,000 for the construction of the Maple Street project. Engineering staff has prepared the grant application and will be responsible for overseeing the grant requirements. A construction manager at risk will be selected by the City to oversee the construction and coordinate with Olsson on the final design and costs. The University of Arkansas has also offered their facilities staff to be assist with the construction process. IV C 71 12, A -W e.".14 t fi t6 MAPLE STREET REDESIGN i PROJECT CHRONOLOGY d UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS 10 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS 2015 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS CAMPUS TRANSPORTATION PLAN Figure Parking Permit Sales Decrease as Enrollment Increases Permits Per Enrolled Student by Year IAO 1A — as,opp Lai tp,opo W r.ro a s a � am — i ss.poa s i I n 00 F sp.000 t 0.a6 am Mpy RW FM Mpg Not M11 FN Fria nil As enrollment has increased. so has the supply of parking on campus. However, these figures are not increasing at the Same rate. Since 2007, the rate of inventory expansion has lagged that of enrollment. In fact, the difference between the number of enrolled students and parking spaces on campus is at its largest in over 27 years. UA underStandS that providing replacement parking for every new affiliate at a 1:1 ratio is not necessarily going to solve the parking crunch in the Core of Campus- Instead, the University has been working toward expanding travel options and connections to remote parking, including reliable transit service, convenient Scooter parking, and bicycle parking. sago E�rapean ee�prc:glmanvey —wmeen �.r�p —sweeer —Tempa pl¢c W mparY —rest nxeraasro awM6ab NA6 wa+vrexrexprry naa�teerrwda xasmvmmxw dare The gap between enrollment and parking supply would commonly raise alarm about shortages of parking supplies and future constraints on parking availability for campus commuters. However. the gap between current supply and demand is more accurately assessed through observed parking demand. which indicates that at the busiest time of day, there are more than 3,500 unused parking spaces on campus. Parking shortages are a matter of perception and convenience. not actual supply. 14 University of Arkansas I Campus Transportation Plan is manifested in the parking occupancy in the residential streets surrounding campus during the middle of a regular weekday. Spillover parking has kept streets such as Douglas Street. Lafayette Street, and Gregg Avenue full all day. It iS unlikely that residents near campus are able to easily Park on their block at certain times of day. Bicycle Network: The Fayetteville region has an extensive network of off-street multiuse pathways, and the City has a growing network of dedicated on -street bicycle infrastructure. However, there are few dedicated connections between campus and this expanding system of resources.Once prr campus, biking facilities aro not marked or delineated. leaving the rider to judge where is best to ride. The only area of campus that addresses those biking explicitly forbids them in the Core campus "Walk Only Zone" In order to increase the likelihood that affiliates will bike, UA's policies and infrastructure should create and support a convenient and safe culture for people who bike. LEAD STRATEGY: Build Partnerships to Expand Transportation Options On -Street parking Surrounding the Campus - par- ticularly north of campus - is used liberally by UA affiliates for all -day parking. This parking is owned and managed by the City although it is almost an extension of the UA on -campus parking system. The University should work with the City to more effeCtively manage the high demand in this area by creating a University Parking District. This Dis- trict could be primarily managed by the University antlcreated as a Parking Benefit District, similar to other campus -adjacent neighborhoods around the country, where a partnership with the host city has a mutually -beneficial management agreement In a similar partnership, the City and region are exploring implementation of a bikeshare program. Many successful bikeshare programs are public- private partnerships, often Including institutions and universities. Similar to other transportation programs, bikeshare is a campus amenity that can help keep UA competitive with other schools while reducing parking pressure on campus. An impactful bikeshare program at UA would need to be a coordinated partnership with the City and others. However. the University's investment in the program would allow for specifically -desired station placement, as well as discounted member- ships for affiliates. Key strategies: N BPI. Work with City to create a University Parking District N BP2. Collaborate on Private Razorback Transit improvements N BP3. Partner to create inter -city bus service N BP4, Transform Razorbikes program to full Bike Share LEAD STRATEGY: Create "Last Mile" Bicycle Network Connections To take full advantage of the potential that the region's extensive off-street path network represents, the University should work with the City to create a series of dedicated facilities to connect people from nearby trails directly to campus. To maximize the impact of these invest- ments, a similar facility type is needed: one that is continuous and fully -protected, separating bikes from cars along all links. M&pie Avenue is the most direct and grade -friendly corridor for a clear connection to both the Frisco Trail and the Oak Ridge Trail, and a two-way raised cycletrack can also add a valuable aesthetic enhancement to this important edge. On campus. new amenities such as blkeshare sta- tions. electric bike parking areas, and a bike fix -it station would all provide support to people who bicycle. A low-cost but high -impact improvement is installation of gutters (at non -historic staircases) so that people can walk their bike up the stairs and create more direct connections - Key strategies: N BCI. Better connect to Frisco Trail at Douglas N BC2, Install cycletrack on Maple Street N BC3. Establish bike mute on Old Main N Fli Accommodate bicycling on Garland Ave to the Oak Ridge Trail N BCS. Install gutters to aocommodate bikes at (non -historic) stairs N Bi Create a prominent bike frx-it station on campus N BC7. Add game day valet bike parking 28 University of Arkansas I Campus Transportation Plan The plan recommended Maple Street as the most direct and grade -friendly corridor" to connect elements of the surrounding bike and pedestrian trail system. 2015 NWA REGIONAL BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN MASTER PLAN WALK BIKE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS OUniversity of Arkansas Loop From: Razorback Regional Greenway and Maple Street Recommendations A. Cycle track on Maple Street from the Stadium Drive To: Oak Ridge Trail intersection to the Razorback Regional Greenway B. Extension of the Oak Ridge Trail to Maple Street Distance: 1.4 miles Speed limit: 25 mph Why this project is important: xi High level of bicycle, pedestrian, and automotive traffic » University of Arkansas xi High density area including students » City currently considering design Options for Maple Street » Connects to the Razorback Regional Greenway xi Provides an important east/west route (few good ones in Fayetteville) xi Part of the Heritage Trail 5-12 Implementation Right: Current tveatern extent of the Oak Ridge Tmii Maple Street cmxsumlk Garland Avenue d Maple I iwersecho. WALK Bi KE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS MAP 5.1 University of Arkansas Loop wrarr�s L w,us, —Ma le Street ---- _ --------------------------------- cy wsEar„tasr univer ®f ArMa-- nsas FAYETTEVILLE y W eiCxgpa ga 1 [ � wmumnraT wr:nnesroesr SpP i� W.nrRV�EW ST Z w � v w o� ptp�,tt:\ble. See Chapfer6pages 6-2 to 6-4 orn drscriprii f'„rnp legend items These are org r+ized per the Deign Guidclinesfound in Appendix A. etalyst I'rojcct Shp dUse Facilities Dicrcle Facilities Pedestrian Faciliti osedaredes PropShUse Paved Trail " ,•. Proposed Sepaieted Bikeway iL E wung Sidewalk i'*yRegional Network �..`� Existing Shared Use Paved Trail 1—N— Existing Shared Roadway Heritage Trail --S� NeighborhoodlPark Trails Proposed Sidepath INr Fxistiag Shoulder ^E Razorback Regional Gwn—y � NO Existing s depath u • Regional Oeslination Existing Natural Surface Trait 0 9.25 Miles I Implementation 5-13 The plan identified Maple Street as Fayetteville's highest- priority project for extending and integrating the city and university's bike and pedestrian network. ' _ �9� _ •> 1 ate':, ,`1, .� ,. - *•: S. Y 'iFE`S, .. _ �� 5 P", 4, 1 l •- � a- ��%11111111 FA 1 University and city staff toured Colorado State University0000* _- ' f h fI -JOV and University o Co orado to see t e success u integration of bike, pedestrian, and vehicular infrastructure. ! 1101z Dr G Nettleshp Q v Z > Douglas St O > Q Taylor St a 0 A o c : and city p MAPLE CYCLE TRACK IN T� ` 1 to investigate how ■ ■ J ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ bike network idea could �6 •SF w W F ■ ■ ■ U O ■ 2 • a ♦: Q ■ :Q R Q 0 ♦ ■ M N W Lafayette' ro 0 ■ ■ c ■ .0 F 4 ' ♦♦♦ ♦♦ ■ ■ ■� • ■ 1 al 1H 31 = :� `� II 11 Sl W D w O� c d OAK RIDGE TRAIL �Q U c ave C' a> IN Putman St+ FO -1 z 0 n W llc U v N I z W Lafayette W Watson St 2017 CAMPUS BIKE CIRCUIT MASTER PLAN UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS CAMPUS BICYCLE CIRCUIT LEGEND BUS ROUTES L Blue Route Purple Route ff- Red Route Green Route Yellow Route EXISTING TRAILS Razorback Regional Greenway Oak Ridge Trail/ Existing Path PROPOSED CONNECTIONS ■ I Oak Ridge Connector Garland Shared Street Maple Cycle Track ■ I Bike Route PREPARED BY: alta M PLANNING + DESIGN The university and city hired consultants in concert with the Walton Family Foundation to investigate how Soong n St W Dickson St campus bike network idea could y be refined to ♦ __ ■ f� ■ ✓ and implemented. O ■ 2 • a R` ♦ ■ William St ¢ W Whiteside St Q 0 ♦ ■ �y d U Z ro ■ ■ N X ■ ■ ■� • ■ i 'rview St m Z p 1 al 1H 31 = :� `� II 11 Sl W D w O� c d OAK RIDGE TRAIL �Q U c ave C' a> IN Putman St+ FO -1 z 0 n W llc U v N I z W Lafayette W Watson St 2017 CAMPUS BIKE CIRCUIT MASTER PLAN UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS CAMPUS BICYCLE CIRCUIT LEGEND BUS ROUTES L Blue Route Purple Route ff- Red Route Green Route Yellow Route EXISTING TRAILS Razorback Regional Greenway Oak Ridge Trail/ Existing Path PROPOSED CONNECTIONS ■ I Oak Ridge Connector Garland Shared Street Maple Cycle Track ■ I Bike Route PREPARED BY: alta M PLANNING + DESIGN The university and city hired consultants in concert with the Walton Family Foundation to investigate how the campus bike network idea could be refined and implemented. Maple Str. & Lererett Ave. -TMC r� ,' jI GEWALT HAMILTON Tue Oct 2, 2018 Full Length(6AMfiPtrt) l 1 s ASSOCIATES, INC. All Classes (Lights, Articulated Trucks, Buses and Single -Unit Trucks, Provided by: Gewalt Hamilton Associates Inc. Pedestrians, Bicycles on Road, Bicycles on Crosswalk) 625 Forest Edge Drive, Vernon Pfills, Il, 60061, US All Movements ID -585257, [location: 36.070211, -94.171086 [N] Leverett Ave Total: 6247 In: 3579 Out: 2668 487 3458 6 N �m Out: 17 In: 13 Total: 30 [S] South 2061 3071 E 10 m a Co W 8 am �_ CITY OF FAY ETT E V I L L E ARKANSAS November 151h, 2018 Fayetteville Active Transportation Advisory Committee Re: Maple Street Cycle Track Recommendations The Fayetteville Active Transportation Advisory Committee met on November 141h, 2018 and the Maple Street Cycle Track conceptual design was presented by Brad Hammond with Olsson and Mandy Bunch with Alta Planning. After detailed discussion of the project, the committee voted unanimously to forward the following recommendations to the Transportation Committee for their November 27m, 2018 meeting_ 1.) 10 -foot -wide driving lanes with 2 feet of clear space behind the curb. 2.) Improve the buffers to better emphasis the split in modes. Consider including a vertical grade difference between the sidewalk and cycle track. • Consider widening the buffer between the cycle track and curb to 5 feet using the 2 feet from the lane reduction or reduce the green space on the north side. • Include vertical elements in the buffer and consider the use of street trees within the 5 -foot buffer. 3.) Limit use of smooth cobble stones because they can be slippery. Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street Fayetteville, AR 72701 www.fayetteville-ar.gov 2018-2019 MAPLE STREET DESIGN PROCESS Olsson MEETING MINUTES Hand Hand Delivery TRAFFIC STUDY REVIEW AND 50% DESIGN INTRODUCTION X Other. Email NAME OF PROJECT: Maple Street Bike Circuit PROJECT LOCATION: University of Arkansas; Fayetteville, Arkansas MEETING LOCATION: University of Arkansas Facilities Management DATE 8 TIME: February 5, 2019 PROJl 018-2393 PHASEITASK M 050 ATTENDEES See Attached Attendance Record The purpose of the meeting was to review and discuss the Draft Traffic Study as well as to introduce the 50% design plans. The following summarizes major points of discussion. Discussion of Draft Traffic Studv The group had a general question and answer session with Tom Fulton of Olsson regarding the Traffic Study. While not all of the questions and answers are documented herein, the following summarizes points for further oonsideration. • Tom Fulton discussed that the warrant analyses did not support signalization at any of the studied intersections (Maple/Gregg, Leverett/Douglas, Leverettloakland.) • The traffic counts for the study were taken on Tuesday, Octcber 2"a, 2018. This information will be added to the report. • The UA asked Olsson to add alleys to Fig. 5 of the report. • The group discussed that flashing yellow arrows are a possibility for left tum movements. The group discussed methods for protecting the left -turn bus movements at MaplelLeverett Olsson discussed phasing options by time of day. Olsson confirmed that the scope included signal timing optimization timing plans based on projections, although actual implementation is not included in the current scope. • Possible four-way stop controlled intersections at LeverettlOakland and Leverett/Douglas intersections were discussed. These intersections would increase level of service (LOS) for east(west movements but decrease LOS for north/south movements. The UA and City indicated that there was interest in either a four-way stop or signal at Leverett/Douglas only and not the LeverettlCleveland intersection. More discussion may be required. Page 1 of 2 University and city staff managed the design process, which included a traffic operations study, public committee oversight, and Walton Family Foundation guidance. PROJECT OVERVIEW transforming Maple Street into a "livable street" A livable street changes the level of service in auto -dominated streets to better accommodate the interests of pedestrians and bicyclists, creating a safe space for all travel modes, where motorists are compelled to behave socially. — highway design standards, in terms of excessive lane width and design speed have currently been misapplied to the existing street design; local street design should be jased on civility rather than simply traffic throughput — holistic and context -sensitive street design enhances safety and manages increased use; changing street optics and character will improve motorist behavior (especially attentiveness) — new street corridor is designed as an urban landscape rather than just a `traffic facility' to knit the campus and neighborhood back together 1�n* ►� — tri - --- _-- -+'+s•r -� µ�F !; � ! 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A -parking Lent varies arkings/signage Too much underperforming asphalt can be put to better uses to increase mobility, safety, and appearance fitting of our town -gown interface. 1 3 2 3 4 • , o .o � 5co 4 i 5 6 cy� 1 �. h, — kl 1� w ^f a A K� ' s V x j 7 Am cy� 1 �. h, — kl 1� a 7 Am cy� 1 1 0 rf"UR 4 ILI km Best practices in Livable Street design specify landscaped strips between walking/cycling facilities and travel lanes like those shown here in Vancouver and Kansas City. Separating sidewalk from automobile travel lanes enhances pedestrian safety. y u _'I �MLq%boIo*_,7% R \i 1. A landscaped strip separates vehicles from the cycle track and pedestrian walk along the campus edge. 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A• Yt� , 41 LEGEND f 0 PROPOSED PAVEMENT EXISTING RIGHT-OF-WAY RAISED MEDIAN PROPOSED RIGHT-OF-WAY SIGNALIZED INTERSECTION M BRIDGE RETAINING WALL TRAFFIC FLOW ARROW F-1 SIDEWALK EM ERADICATION rnsrv\trn\Projects\AHTD\67500_BB0410_411\Deliverables\Reports\Figures\411_042615-updates\Figure_Exit64_Option_1_11x17_Figure-5 dgn March 5, 2015 2 Job No. BB0411 Highway 16/112 Spur Interchange Improvements (S) FAP No. IM -540-1(80)64 Highway 16/ 112 Spur Improvements Steamboat Drive Signal & South Shiloh Drive Relocation project 67500 Figure 6-6 tr . t" Transit Stop Amenities Fayetteville Transportation Committee Meeting March 31St 2020 FAYETMVILLEMOBILITY T#AARKANSAS fFy° y� ARKANSAS 1 APPENDICES UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS CAMPUS TRANSPORTATION PLAN Irrprovge low stress nei ghboftod bike routes conned ng to y° trail system F11 in sidewalks Mare disoortirvious or nore)aslsrtt 51% Add protecLad bike lanes aicng key corridors 49% IrTpTare walking envimnrnert and infonat>ort to parking 420 within a 5 minute walk Improve waking efivironfrrert to rernate parking 42% Inprwe oomectiors to transit via multiple modes 1 39 real-fime information, shelters, and benches at #Tarsi# 38% stops I den*, replace or repair det rbrated sidewalks ign 38"A pedesbian I fic locations Add bike racks hn downtown, along reighborhood 37% commercial corridors, and key points of interest Widen existing sidewal ks and install crosswei ks to build 37% oont ruous, safe retworks 0% 1 M 20% 3Tla 4011a 5 N 609!a Percentageof Conwrtunity Members #Biking a Driving 0 Parking 0 Transit ■YVaiking LEAD STRATEGY: Standardize Physical Amenities The UNversity relies on guidance and standards from several documents, including the Landscape Master Plan, City resources. State design manuals, and many uncoordinated orae -off resources. W<n physical transportation improvements are made_ whether they may be a safer design or a neer transit vehicle purchaser the University should adhere to consistent guidance that is functional, aesthetically pleasing, and accommo- dating of movement by all forms of transportation. The included Transportation Toolkit (Appendix identifies appropriate technical guidance when upgrading and introducing neer transportation -re- lated facilities and amenities to ensure compliance ith the latest Federal guidelines and multi -modal best practice. Key Strategies: SAKI. Expand carpus wayfinding plan and standards SA2_ Create a standard for bus stop signs -�A I Institute a "hierarchy" for bus stop irri- proements 4. Rely on trie I ranspor a ion 6olkit ART 73 =-- - We need your help! Where would you + improve transportation in Fayetteville? Click ADD POINT to add to the reap. ;�, , _r �y�..P., ` w�ce�111y IF. a.. i f ■ ® 4=F■: r j 1'� Fayetievi�1e� }■ #. 4 (iii 66 [ 1I rj of Anka i t +* -4.,. , A 11, A T. f Union Station Leverett & Maple South Cree"de Garland& Holly Weekday boardings and aIighti by stop _ 100 s0 10 40 1 Garland ,% Sycamore Colonial Arris Noble Oaks Garland Heights North Cmekside Leverett9 Mel mar 800 700 800 500 400 300 200 100 0 -100 -200 -300 A00 -500 -600 -700 -800 -900 Aligh#ings � Boardings Load cn � 7 Ln c -C3 E Lo CIO 4D 0 � c� J cn � 7 Ln c -C3 E Lo CIO 4D 0 � J 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 -100 -200 -300 -400 -500 -600 -700 X00 -900 " Premium Shelter IN Shelter Interior Bench Solar Lighting (optional) Solar USB Port (Optional) Pad and Installation Freight Custom Powder Coat Total $7,445 $650 $1,475 $550 $2,000 (Est) Included Included $12,150 —. � ivIv Basic Shelter i Shelter Interior Bench Solar Lighting (optional) Solar USB Port (Optional) Pad and Installation Freight Custom Powder Coat Total $5,250 $300 $1,475 $550 $2,000 (Est) Included Included $7,550 to $9,525 OR Pole Seat Attachment Solar Lighting Pad and Installation Freight Custom Powder Coat Tota $1,500 $500 Included $1,000 (Est) Included Included $3,000 PRESS FOR LIGHT -/ _27 1 Dickson Street Depot 2 Walton Arts Center (West Ave) 3 South Creekside East (Leverett) 4 South Creekside West (Leverett) 5 Colonial Arms (Leverett) 6 Noble Oaks (Leverett) 7 N. Creekside West (Leverett) 8 N. Creekside East (Leverett) 9 Porter Road & Lawson 10 Porter Road & Lawson 11 Lafayette & St. Charles 12 Huntsville & Erica 13 Curtis & Fairlane 14 N. College and Dickson 15 WRMC N. (Appleby) 16 WRMC S. (Appleby) 17 Persimmon & Betty Jo 18 Hill & MLK (West) 19 Hill & MLK (East) 20 S. School & 7th Street 21 Washington Plaza (Lewis) 22 Cottages Hollywood 23 15th & Horizon 24 Hill & Stone West 25 Hill & Stone East 26 S.School and 9th Razorback Shelter Razorback/ORT Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Bench Razorback Shelter Razorback Bench Razorback Shelter Razorback/ORT Shelter ORT Shelter ORT Bench ORT Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter ORT Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Shelter Razorback Bench Razorback/ORT Shelter ORT Shelter Mobility Hubs —� CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS MEETING OF APRIL 7, 2020 TO: Mayor and City Council THRU: Susan Norton, Chief of Staff Garner Stoll, Development Services Director Chris Brown, City Engineer FROM: Matt Casey, Engineering Design Manager DATE: March 17, 2020 CITY COUNCIL MEMO SUBJECT: Approval of a contract in the amount of $1,250,152.54 with Emery Sapp and Sons, Inc. for the construction of the Rupple Rd. Extension (Tanyard to Weir North) approval of a project contingency of $187,500 (15%) and approval of a budget adjustment. RECOMMENDATION: Approval of a contract in the amount of $1,250,152.54 with Emery Sapp and Sons, Inc. for the construction of the Rupple Rd. Extension (Tanyard to Weir North) approval of a project contingency of $187,500 (15%) and approval of a budget adjustment. BACKGROUND: In October of 2018, the City Council approved a cost share agreement with Buffington Weir, LLC for the construction of Rupple Road from just north of Tanyard Drive where it currently ends, extending north to just south of the southern leg of Weir Road. The project ends at this point because it is the northern property line of the development. In June of 2019, the City Council approved a design contract with Crafton, Tull & Associates for the design of the next section of this roadway which continues from the northern property line of the development to the north section of Weir Road. This construction contract is for this northern section of the roadway which will complete the loop of the Mayor's Box. The project also includes a 12" water main that will extend along the roadway improvements. This 12" main will continue the 12" grid that is shown in the City's Water Master Plan. DISCUSSION: On March 11, 2020, the City received six (6) construction bids for this project. Emery Sapp and Sons, Inc. submitted the low bid which was approximately 22% below the Engineer's Estimate of $1,601,239. Engineering staff recommends awarding this contract to Emery Sapp and Sons, Inc. The contract time is 210 days (7 months) for final completion. BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: The roadway and drainage improvements ($1,034,045.54) are funded by the 2019 Transportation Bond Program. The water and sewer relocations in this project ($216,107.00) are funded by the Sales Tax Capital Improvements Water and Sewer Improvements Fund. Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 There was $3,000,000 allocated in the Transportation Bond Fund for the Rupple Road projects from Tanyard to Weir Road. The construction cost of the cost share portion of this project is $2,295,268.00. The design and land acquisition of this northern City project were $93,400.00 and $66,720.45 respectively. With this construction contract, it brings the current Rupple Road project total to $3,489,233.99. Attachments: Section 0500 Agreement Bid Submittal Bid Tab Vicinity Map Aft CITY OF JWM FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS Bid 20-31, Construction - Rupple Road Improvements Official Bid Tabulation Lioneld Jordan, Mayor Dates of Advertisement: 02.05.2020 and 02.12.2020 Issue Date: 02.05.2020 Number of Addendums: 2 Certification of Funds: $ 1,700,000.00 Max Award Amount: $ 2,125,000.00 Bid No. 20-31 Date: 03.11.2020 Time: 2:00 PM ITEM NO DESCRIPTION UNIT ESTIMATED QUANTITY Beckham Contracting, Inc. Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. Diamond C. Construction Emery Sapp & Sons Goodwin & Goodwin, Inc. Sweetser Construction, Inc. UNIT UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT UNIT UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT BID SCHEDULE 1(BASE BID) 1 Mobilization (Shall not exceed 5% of Total Bid) LS 1 $ 44,000.00 $ 44,000.00 $ 88,500.00 $ 88,500.00 $ 57,500.00 $ 57,500.00 $ 25,775.00 $ 25,775.00 $ 75,000.00 $ 75,000.00 $ 40,400.00 $ 40,400.00 2 Insurance and bonding LS 1 $ 40,000.00 $ 40,000.00 $ 30,000.00 $ 30,000.00 $ 51,750.00 $ 51,750.00 $ 17,593.00 $ 17,593.00 $ 50,000.00 $ 50,000.00 $ 16,900.00 $ 16,900.00 3 Construction Control (Staking) IS 1 $ 19,000.00 $ 19,000.00 $ 35,476.00 $ 35,476.00 $ 23,000.00 $ 23,000.00 $ 9,800.00 $ 9,800.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 4 Traffic Control & Maintenance LS 1 $ 17,000.00 $ 17,000.00 $ 37,604.00 $ 37,604.00 $ 22,701.00 $ 22,701.00 $ 8,462.70 $ 8,462.70 $ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00 $ 33,000.00 $ 33,000.00 5 ACT 291, 1993 Trench and Excavation Safety System LS 1 $ 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00 $ 7,978.00 $ 7,978.00 $ 1,150.00 $ 1,150.00 $ 1,632.00 $ 1,632.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 6 Clearing, Grubbing & Demolition LS 1 $ 99,000.00 $ 99,000.00 $ 46,987.00 $ 46,987.00 $ 23,000.00 $ 23,000.00 $ 22,405.00 $ 22,405.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 13,500.00 $ 13,500.00 7 4" Topsoil Placement SY 5,435 $ 4.50 $ 24,457.50 $ 7.00 $ 38,045.00 $ 8.47 $ 46,034.45 $ 3.00 $ 16,305.00 $ 7.00 $ 38,045.00 $ 3.02 $ 16,413.70 8 Unclassifed Excavation Cy 11,158 $ 11.50 $ 128,317.00 $ 14.00 $ 156,212.00 $ 14.01 $ 156,323.58 $ 10.00 $ 111,580.00 $ 16.00 $ 178,528.00 $ 10.00 $ 111,580.00 9 Embankment (Onsite Cut to Fill) Cy 1,350 $ 22.00 $ 29,700.00 $ 12.00 $ 16,200.00 $ 11.33 $ 15,295.50 $ 1.50 $ 2,025.00 $ 16.00 $ 21,600.00 $ 6.00 $ 8,100.00 10 Rock Excavation Cy 500 $ 250.00 $ 125,000.00 $ 178.00 $ 89,000.00 $ 100.00 $ 50,000.00 $ 207.00 $ 103,500.00 $ 0.01 $ 5.00 $ 225.00 $ 112,500.00 11 Select Embankment (Hillside) CY 4,797 $ 13.00 $ 62,361.00 $ 18.00 $ 86,346.00 $ 15.43 $ 74,017.71 $ 11.00 $ 52,767.00 $ 23.00 $ 110,331.00 $ 9.00 $ 43,173.00 12 18" RCP Class III LF 663 $ 40.00 $ 26,520.00 $ 80.00 $ 53,040.00 $ 45.80 $ 30,365.40 $ 51.00 $ 33,813.00 $ 45.00 $ 29,835.00 $ 49.50 $ 32,818.50 13 5' Dia. Curb Inlet EA 1 $ 5,750.00 $ 5,750.00 $ 7,184.00 $ 7,184.00 $ 4,226.25 $ 4,226.25 $ 5,429.00 $ 5,429.00 $ 4,800.00 $ 4,800.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 14 4' Dia. Curb Inlet EA 4 $ 5,000.00 $ 20,000.00 $ 4,315.00 $ 17,260.00 $ 3,536.25 $ 14,145.00 $ 4,566.00 $ 18,264.00 $ 4,500.00 $ 18,000.00 $ 3,200.00 $ 12,800.00 15 8' Curb Inlet Extension EA 3 $ 950.00 $ 2,850.00 $ 2,107.00 $ 6,321.00 $ 1,610.00 $ 4,830.00 $ 2,078.00 $ 6,234.00 $ 2,300.00 $ 6,900.00 $ 1,600.00 $ 4,800.00 16 4' Curb Inlet Extension EA 2 $ 550.00 $ 1,100.00 $ 1,055.00 $ 2,110.00 $ 805.00 $ 1,610.00 $ 1,369.00 $ 2,738.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 3,000.00 $ 800.00 $ 1,600.00 17 2" Cold Mill SY 224 $ 27.00 $ 6,048.00 $ 31.00 $ 6,944.00 $ 17.97 $ 4,025.28 $ 15.30 $ 3,427.20 $ 20.00 $ 4,480.00 $ 16.85 $ 3,774.40 18 2" ACHM Surface Course SY 294 $ 28.00 $ 8,232.00 $ 32.00 $ 9,408.00 $ 15.65 $ 4,601.10 $ 13.82 $ 4,063.08 $ 30.00 $ 8,820.00 $ 15.20 $ 4,468.80 19 3" ACHM Surface Course SY 6,081 $ 18.00 $ 109,458.00 $ 20.00 $ 121,620.00 $ 19.12 $ 116,268.72 $ 17.13 $ 104,167.53 $ 25.00 $ 152,025.00 $ 18.50 $ 112,498.50 20 4.5" ACM Base Course SY 5,148 $ 22.00 $ 113,256.00 $ 26.00 $ 133,848.00 $ 23.08 $ 118,815.84 $ 21.29 $ 109,600.92 $ 30.00 $ 154,440.00 $ 23.40 $ 120,463.20 21 7" Class 7 Aggregate Base Course SY 5,918 $ 10.50 $ 62,139.00 $ 13.00 $ 76,934.00 $ 13.00 $ 76,934.00 $ 10.00 $ 59,180.00 $ 11.00 $ 65,098.00 $ 10.50 $ 62,139.00 22 8" Class 7 Aggregate Base Course SY 1,278 $ 14.50 $ 18,531.00 $ 18.00 $ 23,004.00 $ 14.27 $ 18,237.06 $ 12.00 $ 15,336.00 $ 14.00 $ 17,892.00 $ 12.00 $ 15,336.00 23 6" Thick Concrete Driveway w/ Class 7 Base SY 341 $ 9.00 $ 3,069.00 $ 68.00 $ 23,188.00 $ 61.13 $ 20,845.33 $ 52.00 $ 17,732.00 $ 80.00 $ 27,280.00 $ 62.00 $ 21,142.00 24 6" Gravel Driveway SY 109 $ 10.00 $ 1,090.00 $ 21.00 $ 2,289.00 $ 10.66 $ 1,161.94 $ 12.00 $ 1,308.00 $ 15.00 $ 1,635.00 $ 14.00 $ 1,526.00 25 Curb & Gutter LF 3,424 $ 17.50 $ 59,920.00 $ 20.00 $ 68,480.00 $ 20.71 $ 70,911.04 $ 14.00 $ 47,936.00 $ 26.00 $ 89,024.00 $ 16.00 $ 54,784.00 26 4" Class 7 Aggregate Base Course (Trail) SY 840 $ 11.75 $ 9,870.00 $ 16.00 $ 13,440.00 $ 18.62 $ 15,640.80 $ 7.00 $ 5,880.00 $ 9.00 $ 7,560.00 $ 8.00 $ 6,720.00 27 Concrete Sidewalk/Trail (4" Thickness) SY 1,381 $ 45.00 $ 62,145.00 $ 55.00 $ 75,955.00 $ 49.55 $ 68,428.55 $ 35.00 $ 48,335.00 $ 50.00 $ 69,050.00 $ 54.00 $ 74,574.00 28 4" Striping(Thermoplastic) LF 795 $ 4.00 $ 3,180.00 $ 3.00 $ 2,385.00 $ 3.19 $ 2,536.05 $ 3.00 $ 2,385.00 $ 3.00 $ 2,385.00 $ 2.75 $ 2,186.25 29 6" Striping (Thermoplastic) LF 926 $ 5.00 $ 4,630.00 $ 5.00 $ 4,630.00 $ 4.79 $ 4,435.54 $ 4.00 $ 3,704.00 $ 4.50 $ 4,167.00 $ 4.15 $ 3,842.90 30 8" Striping(Thermoplastic) LF 277 $ 7.00 $ 1,939.00 $ 6.00 $ 1,662.00 $ 6.44 $ 1,783.88 $ 5.00 $ 1,385.00 $ 8.00 $ 2,216.00 $ 5.50 $ 1,523.50 31 24" Striping (Thermoplastic) LF 200 $ 35.00 $ 7,000.00 $ 37.00 $ 7,400.00 $ 37.95 $ 7,590.00 $ 30.00 $ 6,000.00 $ 45.00 $ 9,000.00 $ 33.00 $ 6,600.00 32 Pavement Symbols (Thermoplastic) EA 8 $ 550.00 $ 4,400.00 $ 545.00 $ 4,360.00 $ 575.00 $ 4,600.00 $ 450.00 $ 3,600.00 $ 600.00 $ 4,800.00 $ 495.00 $ 3,960.00 33 Street Sign Installation EA 25 $ 440.00 $ 11,000.00 $ 454.00 $ 11,350.00 $ 474.95 $ 11,873.75 $ 375.00 $ 9,375.00 $ 500.00 $ 12,500.00 $ 415.00 $ 10,375.00 34 Handicap Access Ramp SY 53 $ 60.00 $ 3,180.00 $ 59.00 $ 3,127.00 $ 68.35 $ 3,622.55 $ 94.00 $ 4,982.00 $ 65.00 $ 3,445.00 $ 900.00 $ 47,700.00 35 Cast -in -Place Detectable Warning SF 96 $ 35.00 $ 3,360.00 $ 26.00 $ 2,496.00 $ 41.93 $ 4,025.28 $ 18.00 $ 1,728.00 $ 20.00 $ 1,920.00 $ 25.00 $ 2,400.00 36 Streelights(Co mplete-in-Place) EA 5 $ 9,000.00 $ 45,000.00 $ 8,221.00 $ 41,105.00 $ 14,547.50 $ 72,737.50 $ 6,785.26 $ 33,926.30 $ 4,500.00 $ 22,500.00 $ 9,115.00 $ 45,575.00 37 11/2" Electrical Conduit w/ LF 682 $ 12.00 $ 8,184.00 $ 12.00 $8,184.00 $ 20.25 $ 13,810.50 $ 9.81 $ 6,690.42 $ 12.00 $ 8,184.00 $ 10.80 $ 7,365.60 38 Remove & Reset Mailbox EA 3 $ 450.00 $ 1,350.00 $ 181.00 $ 543.00 $ 766.67 $ 2,300.01 $ 150.00 $ 450.00 $ 200.00 $ 600.00 $ 165.00 $ 495.00 ITEM N ULSCRIVIION UNIT ESTIMATED QUANTITY Beckham Contracting, Inc. Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT Diamond C. Construction UNIT PRICE AMOUNT Emery Sapp &Sons UNIT PRICE AMOUNT Goodwin & Goodwin, Inc. Sweetser Construction, Inc. UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT 39 Solid Sod SY 5,435 $ 3.50 $ 19,022.50 $ 4.00 $ 21,740.00 $ 5.29 $ 28,751.15 $ 3.05 $ 16,576.75 $ 6.00 $ 32,610.00 $ 3.35 $ 18,207.25 40 Street Trees EA 32 $ 705.00 $ 22,560.00 $ 545.00 $ 17,440.00 $ 486.00 $ 15,552.00 $ 385.00 $ 12,320.00 $ 500.00 $ 16,000.00 $ 423.50 $ 13,552.00 41 Irrigation LS 1 $ 42,000.00 $ 42,000.00 $ 18,173.00 $ 18,173.00 $ 40,480.00 $ 40,480.00 $ 12,750.00 $ 12,750.00 $ 32,000.00 $ 32,000.00 $ 12,750.00 $ 12,750.00 42 Erosion Control LS 1 $ 18,000.00 $ 18,000.00 $ 12,236.00 $ 12,236.00 $ 8,855.00 $ 8,855.00 $ 6,987.43 $ 6,987.43 $ 18,000.00 $ 18,000.00 $ 9,500.00 $ 9,500.00 43 4" Schedule 40 PVC Conduit LF 1,315 $ 7.00 $ 9,205.00 $ 8.00 $ 10,520.00 $ 22.66 $ 29,797.90 $ 21.00 $ 27,615.00 $ 22.00 $ 28,930.00 $ 28.00 $ 36,820.00 44 Site Photographs & Video L.SUM 1 $ 1,500.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 7,267.00 $ 7,267.00 $ 1,725.00 $ 1,725.00 $ 725.00 $ 725.00 $ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 45 Remove & Relocate Wrought LF 187 $ 75.00 $ 14,025.00 $ 121.00 $ 22,627.00 $ 46.13 S 8,626.31 S 72.83 $ 13,619.21 $ 60.00 $ 11,220.00 $ 172.00 $ 32,164.00 46 Remove & Relocate Wood Fence LF 218 $ 35.00 $ 7,630.00 $ 44.00 $ 9,592.00 $ 21.11 $ 4,601.98 $ 41.00 $ 8,938.00 $ 32.00 $ 6,976.00 $ 39.60 $ 8,632.80 47 Remove & Replace Monument EA 1 $ 771.00 $ 771.00 $ 9,086.00 $ 9,086.00 $ 6,325.00 $ 6,325.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,600.00 $ 5,600.00 $ 1,800.00 $ 1,800.00 TOTAL AMOUNT BID (SCHEDULE I): $ 1,329,250.00 $ 1,489,296.00 $ 1,365,847.95 $ 1,034,045.54 $ 1,408,401.00 $ 1,208,460.40 48 bm 12" PVC Class C900 DR14 Class 77- LF 77817 $ 46.00 $ 39,882.00 $ 83.00 $ 71,961.00 $ 55.35 $ 47,988.45 $ 49.00 $ 42,483.00 $ 48.00 $ 41,616.00 $ 55.00 $ 47,685.00 49 8" PVC Class C900 DR14 Class LF 860 $ 34.00 $ 29,240.00 $ 64.00 $ 55,040.00 $ 40.79 $ 35,079.40 $ 30.00 $ 25,800.00 $ 39.00 $ 33,540.00 $ 44.00 $ 37,840.00 50 4" PVC Class C900 DR14 Class LF 40 $ 28.00 $ 1,120.00 $ 45.00 $ 1,800.00 $ 66.42 $ 2,656.80 $ 23.00 $ 920.00 35.00 $ 1,400.00 40.00 $ 1,600.00 51 12"x12" Cross EA 1 $ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 $ 2,576.00 $ 2,576.00 $ 3,875.50 $ 3,875.50 $ 1,915.00 $ 1,915.00 2,200.00 $ 2,200.00 1,750.00 $ 1,750.00 52 8"x8"Tee EA 1 $ 800.00 $ 800.00 $ 1,780.00 $ 1,780.00 $ 1,397.25 $ 139725 $ 1,244.00 $ 1,244.00 1,300.00 $ 1,300.00 1,295.00 $ 1,295.00 53 8"x4" Tee EA 2 $ 750.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 1,480.00 $ 2,960.00 $ 862.50 $ 1,725.00 $ 957.00 $ 1,914.00 900.00 $ 1,800.00 1,050.00 $ 2,100.00 54 4"x4" Tapping Sleeve & Valve EA 2 $ 4,500.00 $ 9,000.00 $ 3,869.00 $ 7,738.00 $ 2,702.50 $ 5,405.00 $ 4,042.00 $ 8,084.00 4,000.00 $ 8,000.00 3,500.00 $ 7,000.00 55 8"x12" Reducer EA 2 $ 800.00 $ 1,600.00 $ 1,425.00 $ 2,850.00 $ 1,150.00 $ 2,300.00 $ 905.00 $ 1,810.00 900.00 $ 1,800.00 1,000.00 $ 2,000.00 56 4" Gate Valve EA 1 $ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 1,959.00 $ 1,959.00 $ 1,150.00 $ 1,150.00 $ 1,356.00 $ 1,356.00 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 1,800.00 $ 1,800.00 57 8" Gate Valve EA 6 $ 2,500.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 2,754.00 $ 16,524.00 $ 2,223.34 $ 13,340.04 $ 2,115.00 $ 12,690.00 1,800.00 $ 10,800.00 3,200.00 $ 19,200.00 58 12" Butterfly Valve EA 6 $ 9,500.00 $ 57,000.00 $ 5,468.00 $ 32,808.00 $ 9,822.92 $ 58,937.52 $ 4,126.00 $ 24,756.00 7,000.00 $ 42,000.00 5,000.00 $ 30,000.00 59 8" Plug/Cap EA 3 $ 600.00 $ 1,800.00 $ 1,393.00 $ 4,179.00 $ 805.00 $ 2,415.00 $ 410.00 $ 1,230.00 875.00 $ 2,625.00 525.00 $ 1,575.00 60 Fire Hydrant Assembly EA 4 $ 6,500.00 $ 26,000.00 $ 6,279.00 $ 25,116.00 $ 5,707.00 $ 2282800 $ 5,929.00 $ 23,716.00 5,500.00 $ 22,000.00 5,995.00 $ 23,980.00 61 1" Air Release Valve EA 2 $ 2,800.00 $ 5,600.00 $ 2,218.00 $ 4,436.00 $ 1,753.75 $ 3,507.50 $ 2,116.00 $ 4,232.00 3,500.00 $ 7,000.00 1,750.00 $ 3,500.00 62 8"x45° Bend EA 6 $ 900.00 $ 5,400.00 $ 1,349.00 $ 8,094.00 $ 785.84 $ 4,715.04 $ 833.00 $ 4,998.00 800.00 $ 4,800.00 750.00 $ 4,500.00 63 12"x22.5"Bend EA 4 $ 1,200.00 $ 4,800.00 $ 1,752.00 $ 7,008.00 $ 1,135.63 $ 454252 $ 1,218.00 $ 4,872.00 1,000.00 $ 4,000.00 1,075.00 $ 4,300.00 64 12"x11.25° EA 2 $ 1,200.00 $ 2,400.00 $ 1,797.00 $ 3,594.00 $ 747.50 $ 1,495.00 $ 1,260.00 $ 2,520.00 1,000.00 $ 2,000.00 1,100.00 $ 2,200.00 65 Single Set Water Service EA 7 $ 2,000.00 $ 14,000.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 14,000.00 $ 1,536.08 $ 10,752.56 $ 3,121.00 $ 21,847.00 1,650.00 $ 11,550.00 1,600.00 $ 11,200.00 66 2" Irrigation Meter w/ RPZ EA 1 $ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 7,875.00 $ 7,875.00 $ 7,245.00 $ 7,245.00 $ 7,536.00 $ 7,536.00 6,250.00 $ 6,250.00 7,800.00 $ 7,800.00 67 24" Steel Casing LF 82 $ 150.00 $ 12,300.00 $ 237.00 $ 19,434.00 $ 130.43 $ 10,695.26 $ 159.00 $ 13,038.00 150.00 $ 12,300.00 190.00 $ 15,580.00 68 Inspection and Testing of Water Lines & Service Lines L5 1 $ 3,300.00 $ 3,300.00 $ 7,875.00 $ 7,875.00 $ 2,725.50 $ 2,725.50 $ 9,146.00 $ 9,146.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 3,500.00 $ 3,500.00 TOTAL AMOUNT BID (SCHEDULE 2): $ 237,742.00 $ 299,607.00 $ 244,776.34 $ 216,107.00 $ 222,981.00 $ 230,405.00 TOTAL BASE BID (SCHEDULES 1 & 2): $ 1,566,992.00 $ 1,788,903.00 $ 1,610,624.29 $ 1,250,152.54 $ 1,631,382.00 $ 1,438,865.40 CTIVE ALTERN8MOM 7 4" Topsoil Placement SY 1,432 $ 4.50 $ 6,444.00 $ 5.60 $ 8,019.20 $ 7.34 $ 10,510.88 $ 4.00 $ 5,728.00 $ 7.00 $ 10,024.00 $ 9.00 $ 12,888.00 8 Unclassified Excavation CY 1,287 $ 11.50 $ 14,800.50 $ 11.20 $ 14,414.40 $ 12.00 $ 15,444.00 $ 8.00 $ 10,296.00 $ 16.00 $ 20,592.00 $ 9.00 $ 11,583.00 9 Embankment (Onsite Cut to Fill) CY 590 $ 22.00 $ 12,980.00 $ 9.60 $ 5,664.00 $ 9.33 $ 5,504.70 $ 2.00 $ 1,180.00 $ 16.00 $ 9,440.00 $ 9.00 $ 5,310.00 11 Select Embankment (Hillside) CY 430 $ 13.00 $ 5,590.00 $ 14.40 $ 6,192.00 $ 13.38 $ 5,753.40 $ 11.00 $ 4,730.00 $ 23.00 $ 9,890.00 $ 16.40 $ 7,052.00 19 3" ACHM Surface Course SY 544 $ 18.00 $ 9,792.00 $ 16.00 $ 8,704.00 $ 16.55 $ 9,003.20 $ 14.92 $ 8,116.48 $ 25.00 $ 13,600.00 $ 12.00 $ 6,528.00 22 8"Class 7 Aggregate Base Course SY 642 $ 14.50 $ 9,309.00 $ 14.40 $ 9,244.80 $ 12.31 $ 7,903.02 $ 11.00 $ 7,062.00 $ 14.00 $ 8,988.00 $ 16.00 $ 10,272.00 25 Curb & Gutter LF 350 $ 17.50 $ 6,125.00 $ 16.00 $ 5,600.00 $ 17.86 $ 6,251.00 $ 13.00 $ 4,550.00 $ 26.00 $ 9,100.00 $ 3.35 $ 1,172.50 39 Sod SY 1,512 $ 3.50 $ 5,292.00 $ 3.20 $ 4,838.40 $ 4.57 $ 6,909.84 $ 3.05 $ 4,611.60 $ 6.00 $ 9,072.00 $ 3.50 $ 5,292.00 `DEDUCTIVE ALTERNATE $ 70,332.50 $ 62,676.80 $ 67,280.04 $ 46,274.08 $ 90,706.00 $ 60,097.50 TOTAL BASE BID LESS DEDUCTIVE ALTERNATE gl $ 1,496,659.50 $ 1,726,226.20 $ 1,543,344.25 $ 1,203,878.46 $ 1,540,676.00 $ 1,378,767.90 *Highlighting Notes Corrected Calculation Error 7 Andrea Foren, CPPB, CPPD, Purchasing Manager Witness, Les McGaugh Date Beckham Contracting, Inc. Crossland Heavy Contractors, Inc. Diamond C. Construction Emery Sapp & Sons Goodwin & Goodwin, Inc. Sweetser Construction, Inc. UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT UNIT ITEM ESTIMATED No DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT - — 300 0 � ,Scale: 1" = 300' I \ PROPOSED ------ - — - — - — - — - — I \ DESIGN AREA R i ROAD '� ►�. -- BLUEGRASS PLACE 0 0 • o N�,�„eersp.., m�� o n North Salem Road North Rupple Road CD Cn 0) 3 0 o. 300 n P"� PROJECT LOCATION � ... .. LL _ Nene Rupee ROW ---___._.. NwV�RugNe RoaY North Rupple Road I -A IT q IV 47q, N O- C 0 0 • o N�,�„eersp.., m�� o n North Salem Road North Rupple Road CD Cn 0) 3 0 o. 300 Ii CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS March 25th, 2020 Transportation Committee Memo Re: Razorback Greenway Improvements — Recreational Trails Program RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of a resolution expressing the willingness to apply for federal -aid funds and allow staff to submit an application of an 80% federal 20% local matching grant through the Arkansas Department of Transportation - Transportation Alternatives Program for an award of up to $500,000 and City match of $125,000 to be used for the Clabber Creek Trail tunnel under Garland Ave. (Hwy 112) at Van Asche Drive. BACKGROUND: The Arkansas Department of Transportation is in the design phase for the widening of Highway 112 from Truckers Drive to the north City limit line. In addition to widening the road to 4 vehicle lanes, the City has requested a trail along the west and south sides of Hwy 112, part of which is the Clabber Creek Trail. The project proposal includes two roundabouts and the one at the intersection of Highway 112 and Van Asche Drive where currently there is a signalized intersection is the proposed crossing of the Clabber Creek Trail. The Clabber Creek Trail is constructed along the south side of Van Asche Drive and must cross Highway 112 to continue west. The free-flowing roundabout presents a challenge for the crossing of the Clabber Creek Trail. To provide safe passage for trail users, a box culvert tunnel is proposed under Highway 112 and the City of Fayetteville would be responsible for the cost. DISCUSSION: The Arkansas Department of Transportation is currently accepting applications for funding through the Transportation Alternatives Program. The proposed tunnel crossing under Highway 112 is eligible for funding through this grant program. In addition, since this is a projecting being designed and constructed through the Arkansas Department of Transportation the funding can be applied directly to the project with minimal staff time necessary to manage the grant. BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: The total estimated cost for the tunnel installation at Highway 112 is $625,000. If the Transportation Alternatives Program grant is approved and fully funded, the City will be responsible for 20% of the total project cost, or $125,000. Funding for the match has been budgeted through the 2019 Bond for Trail Improvements. The Active Transportation Advisory Committee reviewed the project proposal during their March 11th meeting and voted unanimously to forward the request to apply. Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 W Hwy 112 - ....�......... 11 W HwY 112 Proposed 12' wide trail - Constructed with ARDOT Project PROPOSED ROUNDABOUT BY ARDOT I I a, �A – - - Fellowship Bible Church i --ter— i F– Y U Q O U a TRAIL TUNNEL EXAMPLE a) p -0 o U Q Q) £ � U > Q) x o 1Z 0 o U ;Ii2] Clabber Creek Trail ....................................................... Late.2020 Construction...... Legend Existing Shared -Use Paved Trail . i I 49 I I L _ _ _ _ _ Existing_ Clabber Creek Trail To Razorback Greenway PROPOSED TRAIL TUNNEL UNDER HIGHWAY 112 FOR THE CLABBER CREEK TRAIL Fayetteville Vicinity Map E Proposed Trail Tunnel „z Z W CLABBER CREEK TRAIL TUNNEL CITY OF TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM FAYETTEVILLE 0 125 250 500 750 1,000 ARKANSAS Feet HIGHWAY 112 & VAN ASCHE r Z ll -M ll -M Zl- ZL-M Z ro Z VAN-ASCHZ,. � M W s N 9f -M C -M sTp � QP $yam N TO lRAZORBACK GREENWAY GvL \ R FA 6. RSo, o Z O ° a m o �f t~n o O 2 s f w m I rn 3 , M r S 1 CITY OF Job 040746 �� ARKANSAS FAY E T T E V I L L E Highway 112 (Truckers Dr. to Howard Nickell) 0 40 80 Proposed Tunnel at Van Asche January 28th 2020 Ii CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS March 301h, 2020 Transportation Committee Memo Re: Razorback Greenway Improvements — Recreational Trails Program RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of a resolution expressing the willingness to apply for federal -aid funds and allow staff to submit an application of an 80% federal 20% local matching grant through the Arkansas Department of Transportation — Recreational Trails Program for an award of up to $440,000 and City match of $110,000 to be used for the reconstruction and improvement to the section of the Lake Fayetteville shared -use paved trail across the dam. BACKGROUND: In 2004 the first section of the Lake Fayetteville paved trail opened to the public and connected Veterans Park on the south side of the lake across spillway bridge and dam to tie to the marina and softball on the north side of the dam. In subsequent phases over the next 9 years, the 5.5 - mile paved loop trail around Lake Fayetteville was completed in 2013. In 2015, the section of the Lake Fayetteville paved trail across the dam and north along the disc golf course to the north City limit line was designated as part of the Razorback Greenway. The 1/3 -mile section of trail across the dam is now 16 years old and much of the asphalt pavement is in poor condition. Usage counts from this section of trail in the spring of 2019 showed an average of 1,376 users per day or 41,280 users per month. An intercept survey from the same period showed that 43% of the users were on bike, 40% were walking and 13% were running. This section of the Razorback Greenway is the highest used in our system and is in need of improvements. DISCUSSION: The proposed improvements include widening of the 1,938 linear feet section of trail across the dam from 12 feet to 16 feet in overall width. To accommodate the high use of different user types, the proposed design would separate bicycles from pedestrians giving 8 feet of concrete surface dedicated for two-way bike traffic and 8 feet of rubberized track surface for walkers and runners. The Arkansas Department of Transportation is currently accepting applications for funding through the Recreational Trails Program. The proposed upgrades to the Lake Fayetteville trail across the dam are eligible for funding through this grant program. BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: The total estimated cost for the Lake Fayetteville greenway improvements is estimated to be $550,000. If the Recreational Trails Program grant is approved and fully funded, the City will be Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 responsible for 20% of the total project cost, or $110,000. Funding for the match has been budgeted through trail development CIP program. The Active Transportation Advisory Committee reviewed the project proposal during their March 11th meeting and voted unanimously to forward the request to apply. Attachments: Project Map 051 Existing Trail Conditions Isar ('rrck ---- L o k o m 0 t i o n Family Fun Center I IQ \ I_j Legend N Existing Shared -Use Paved Trail CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS 0 125 250 500 750 1,000 Feet N 0 R T H l�rt� PROPOSED REPLACEMENT OF 1,938 LINEAR FEET OF DAMAGED 12 FOOT WIDE ASPHALT TRAIL WITH 8 FOOT WIDE CONCRETE TWO WAY BIKE TRAIL AND 8 FOOT WIDE RUBBER SURFACE PEDESTRIAN TRAIL FOR A TOTAL OF 16 FEET WIDTH Y 11; 1 Fayetteville Vicinity Map I.IAI: A } -- _ „z � "`\ �� Lake Fayetteville Dam -- z w _ w C7 - O O D 1. - - - - Q \55\ 19toh D/ 112: Ma I St - 112 La yette 5t u Razorback Greenway Improvements Lake Fayetteville Dam 1,938 LF or 0.36 Miles tSTgR Op�N ORegCK GRED 1 I PROPOSED 4 FEET ADDITIONAL 24 INCH 111 q DEEP RED DIRT HILLSIDE COMPACT TO 95% S.P.D. VAYXIA 0 PM ��vEE - G EX�S��N 8 FOOT WIDE CONCRETE 8 FOOT WIDE PEDESTRIAN CONCRETE TRAIL BIKE LANES WITH RUBBER TRACK TOP CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE Ai2!{AN5A5 ENGINEERING DIVISION 113 W. MOUNTAIN STREET PHONE: (479) 575-8206 FAX NO: (479) 575-8202 16 FEET Fk� EXISTING 24 INCHES RED DIRT HILLSIDE COMPACT TO 95% S.P.D. I I I Lt: RAZORBACK GREENWAY IMPROVEMENTS DESCRIPTION: LAKE FAYETTEVILLE DAM DRAWN BY: MPM ICHECKED BY: MPM IFILE NAME: Lake Fayetteville T,aii Coss Seatioa.dwg Razorback Greenway Improvements CITY p F Lake Fayetteville Dam FAYETTEVILLE 1,938 LF (1/3 Mile) ARKANSAS Cost Estimate March 30, 2020 Cost Estimate (Based on Centennial Park Bids) ITEM # DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT UNIT COST TOTAL COST 1 Mobilization (Shall not exceed 5% of Total Bid) 1 L.S. $27,000.00 $ 27,000.00 2 Insurance and Bonding 1 L.S. $10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 3 Construction Control (Staking) 1 L.S. $10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 4 ITrail Traffic Control Detour 1 L.S. $10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 5 Demolition (Removal of Asphalt Trail and Bench Pads) 1 L.S. $20,000.00 $ 20,000.00 6 Erosion Control 1 L.S. $5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 7 4" Concrete Trail (4,000 PSI w/fiber) (Class 7 Base) 3,318 S.Y. $50.00 $ 165,900.00 8 Rubberized track surface (1/2" thick)(13mm) 13,102 S.F. $5.00 $ 65,510.00 9 Class 7 Base (6" under trail w/12" sholder & bench pads 408 S.Y. $10.00 $ 4,080.00 10 Select Fill (Red -Dirt) (4 foot expanded area& bench pad 1,096 C.Y. T.Y. $30.00 $ 32,880.00 11 4" Topsoil and fine grading and seed/straw 359 C.Y. T.Y. $14.00 $ 5,026.00 12 4" Concrete Bench pads 38 S.Y. $100.00 $ 3,800.00 13 Benches 4 E.A. $2,000.00 $ 8,000.00 14 Native Stone Wall Around Bench Pads 288 S.F. Face $110.00 $ 31,680.00 15 Trail Center Line Striping (Paint) 2,038 L.F. $1.00 $ 2,038.00 16 Bike Lane and Pedestrian Symbol Striping (Paint) 58 E.A. $50.00 $ 2,900.00 17 Signs & Posts (MUTCD) 10 E.A. $200.00 $ 2,000.00 18 1-1/4" PVC Conduit (Double Run) (For Future Lighting) 3,876 L.F. $10.00 $ 38,760.00 19 Quazite Pull Boxes (12"x12"x12") 19 E.A. $330.00 $ 6,270.00 20 Solid Slab Sod (5 feet each side of trail) 2,153 S.Y. $3.50 $ 7,535.50 Estimated Contractor Cost $458,380 20% Contingency $91,676 Total Estimated Cost $550,056 Ii CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE TRANSPORTATION BOND PROGRAM PROGRESS REPORT — MARCH 2020 The Transportation Bond Program consists of projects that will be designed, contracted, and administered by City Staff or consultants/contractors working for the City. A summary of the status of all projects in the program follows below. Funding for the Bond Program includes $36 million in bonds for the first phase of the program. 1) RUPPLE ROAD (TANYARD DR. TO WEIR RD.) Project Summary • Completion of the last missing segment of Rupple Road. • Improvements include 4 travel lanes, a center median, sidewalk on the east side, a 12' wide multi -use trail on the west side, storm sewer, lighting and street trees. • This portion of the project is being constructed as a cost -share between the City and the developer of the Magnolia Park Subdivision. a. Phase 1 — Cost Share This portion of the project is being constructed as a cost -share between the City and the developer of the Magnolia Park Subdivision. • Recent Actions: 1. Cost share in the amount of $2,295,267.72 was approved at the 10/18/18 City Council meeting. 2. Construction began in November 2019 and is scheduled to be completed in July 2020. • Upcoming Activities: 1. Rain has hampered the progress of construction, but the contractor will continue working on the earthwork for the roadway. b. Phase 2 — City Portion This portion of the project is fully funded by the City and will be bid as a separate project. This portion of the work will connect Phase 1 to both the east and west sections of Weir Road. • Recent Actions: 1. City Council approved the design contract with Crafton Tull and Associates in July 2019. 2. Final design was submitted to the City at the end of January 2020. 3. Bid opening was March 11, 2020. Emery Sapp and Sons was the low bidder. • Upcoming Activities: 1. Construction contract will be presented at the April 7, 2020 City Council Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street Fayetteville, AR 72701 www.fayetteville-ar.gov meeting. 2) ZION ROAD PHASE II (VANTAGE DR TO CROSSOVER RD) a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements include 2 travel lanes, a center turn lane, sidewalk on the south side, a 10' wide trail on the north side, storm sewer, lighting and street trees. b. Recent Actions: • City Council approved the design contract amendment with McClelland Consulting in July 2019. • City Council approved a contract amendment to add lighting and street trees to the project design on January 7, 2020. • Plans are complete. c. Upcoming Activities: • Property acquisitions continues. One property remains and will be recommended to the City Council for condemnation. • Project manual and specifications will be submitted to the City in late March. • Schedule the bid date. 3) STEAMBOAT / DOROTHY JEANNE CONNNECTION a. Project Summary/Status • This project is being designed in-house by the City Engineering Division. • Improvements include 2 travel lanes, sidewalk on the south/east side, a 10' wide trail on the north/west side and street trees. b. Recent Actions: • Land acquisition is complete. • Design is100% complete and has been submitted to Purchasing to bid. c. Upcoming Activities: • Schedule a bid date. 4) SHILOH DR. / FULBRIGHT EXPRESSWAY INTERSECTION a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements include the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Steele and Shiloh with on and off ramps to the Fulbright Expressway. The existing on and off ramps are proposed to be removed with this project. b. Recent Actions: • City Council approved the design contract with Garver Engineers in September 2019. • Surveys and the traffic study have been developed. • Correspondence with ArDOT concerning the proposal. • The conceptual design was submitted to the City for review along with the traffic study. • The traffic study, report and conceptual plans were submitted to ArDOT for review. c. Upcoming Activities: • Waiting on ArDOT review to be completed. 5) CENTER/ HARMON INTERSECTION a. Project Summary/Status 0 Improvements include widening to accommodate turn lanes, sidewalks on the south side, multi -use trail on the north and west sides, installation of a traffic signal, and pedestrian accommodations. b. Recent Actions: • City council approved the design contract with McClelland Engineers in November 2019. • 30% conceptual plans were submitted and reviewed in January 2020. c. Upcoming Activities: • Coordination with U of A Transit. • Utility coordination. • Development of the 60% plans. 6) PORTER / DEANE / SYCAMORE CORRIDOR a. Project Summary/Status • The corridor improvements include the evaluation of the on and off ramp intersection of 149 at Porter Road, street , bicycle and pedestrian improvements along Porter, Deane and Sycamore to the Razorback Greenway, and the Mid -town Trail from the Razorback Greenway to College Avenue. The specific cross sections will be determined in the conceptual phase of the design. b. Recent Actions: • City council approved the design contract with Olsson in November 2019. • Survey work has been underway. • Design charette was held March 1111 and 12t1 at the Methodist Church at the corner of Garland and Sycamore. c. Upcoming Activities: • The consultant will be developing the conceptual design based on input from the charette process. 7) SAIN STREET EXTENSION (JOYCE BLVD TO FLYOVER) a. Project Summary/Status • This project was recently selected for federal STP -A funding. The funding is for planning, design, and environmental review of a connection between Vantage Drive and Sain Street, including a connection to the flyover bridge at 71 B and the Fulbright Expressway. Burns & McDonnell is the design consultant. b. Recent Actions: • Received approval from ArDOT with authorization to acquire ROW. • Received review comments from ArDOT to the resubmittal of the 100% plans on 1/14/20. c. Upcoming Activities: • Land acquisition continues. 7 of the 9 properties remain. • Response to re -submittal comments on the 100% plans. 8) MAPLE ST. CYCLE TRACK a. Project Summary/Status • This project will create a bicycle corridor between the Razorback Greenway and Garland Ave. along the south side of Maple St. Major project elements include construction of a 2 -way cycle track along the south side of Maple St., signalization at Gregg Ave. and Maple St., and new sidewalks along both sides of Maple St. between Gregg Ave. and Garland Ave. b. Recent Actions: • Meetings with the U of A to discuss the plan updates and funding. c. Upcoming Activities: • Request additional grant funding from the Walton Family Foundation in April 2020. 9) 15th ST. / RAZORBACK RD. INTERSECTION a. Project Summary/Status • This project is being designed in-house by the City Engineering Division. • Improvements include an additional lane on the eastern leg of the intersection to provide a dedicated left-hand turn lane. The intersection will be signalized with pedestrian accommodations. Sidewalks will be included on both the north and south sides of 15th Street for the length of the project. b. Recent Actions: • Plans are at 90% design. • Plans have been submitted to the railroad to coordinate the design of the railroad modifications. c. Upcoming Activities: • Submittal to ArDOT for review. 10) HIGHWAY 71 B CORRIDOR a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements to these corridors could include striping, widening and/or narrowing of the roadway, utility relocation (including burial of overhead utilities), sidewalk/trail installation, accommodations for transit systems, elimination or reconfiguration of driveways, additional traffic signals, medians, plazas, art installations, lighting, wayfinding, protected intersections, parking, LID stormwater strategies and other corridor improvements to be identified in the design process. b. Recent Actions: • Engineering selection committee was held on March 5, 2020. Consultants were selected for the Archibald Yell Safety Improvements project and the Appleby/Plainview/Rolling Hills Connection project. Two consultants were selected to be interviewed for the remaining Highway 71B projects. c. Upcoming Activities: • Interviews for the selection of the consultant for the College Avenue (North to Township) and School Avenue (MLK to Cato Springs Road) projects. 11) APPLEBY/ PLAINVIEW / ROLLING HILLS CONNECTION a. Project Summary/Status • This project includes an extension of Rolling Hills Drive into the Fiesta Square Shopping Center, a direct connection from Appleby Road to Rolling Hills and an extension of Plainview Drive south into the Fiesta Square Shopping Center. These streets will all intersect at a roundabout on the east side of the shopping center. b. Recent Actions: • Engineering selection committee was held on March 5, 2020. Garver Engineers was selected for the design of this project. c. Upcoming Activities: • Development of a scope of work and fee for the project. M Submittal of engineering contract to the city council for approval. 12) ARCHIBALD YELL BLVD. SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS a. Project Summary/Status • The goals of this project include providing safe pathways for pedestrians to cross Archibald Yell Blvd., increasing safety at the College Ave./Rock St./Archibald Yell Blvd. intersection, and providing space for pedestrian and bicycle facilities along Archibald Yell Blvd. b. Recent Actions: • Engineering selection committee was held on March 5, 2020. Garver Engineers was selected for the design of this project. c. Upcoming Activities: • Development of a scope of work and fee for the project. • Submittal of engineering contract to the city council for approval. 13) ROLLING HILLS IMPROVEMENTS (COLLEGE TO OLD MISSOURI) a. Project Summary/Status • Improvements include street narrowing with new curb and gutter, storm sewer, mini -roundabouts, and bicycle/pedestrian facilities. b. Recent Actions: c. Upcoming Activities: • Engineering selection committee expected in June 2020. 14) JOYCE BLVD. SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS a. Project Summary/Status • Safety improvements to Joyce Blvd. between Vantage Dr. and Old Missouri Rd. Specific improvements will be identified by a study of the corridor to identify mechanisms and causes of crashes in the area. A turn lane will be investigated as a solution, but other solutions will be considered as well. b. Recent Actions: c. Upcoming Activities: 15) NORTH ST. / MISSION BLVD. CORRIDOR STUDY a. Project Summary/Status • Garland Ave. to Gregg Ave. — Pedestrian improvements to connect retail and restaurant areas on Garland Ave. to residential areas and the Razorback Greenway. Pedestrian safety improvements at the Garland/North intersection. • Highway 71 B (College Ave) Intersection — Left turn lane for west bound traffic east of 71 B and signalization upgrades to reduce congestion. • Highway 71 B to Mission Blvd. — Pedestrian improvements and intersection improvements at Hillcrest. • Mission Blvd. to Old Wire Rd. — Additional lane for vehicles turning right on North St. with pedestrian and bicycle accommodations. b. Recent Actions: c. Upcoming Activities: 16) OLD WIRE RD. CYCLE TRACK (EXTENSION) a. Project Summary/Status • An extension of the cycle track completed in 2019. This project will extend from Gulley Park to the Old Wire/Old Missouri intersection where it will turn north and continue to the intersection with Rolling Hills Drive. • The design will include curb and gutter, a 4' stamped concrete median, a 9.5' wide cycle track and an elevated 5' sidewalk adjacent to the cycle track. b. Recent Actions: • Field survey is underway. c. Upcoming Activities: