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2022-01-25 - Agendas - FinalCITY OF ! _! FAYETTEVILLE \.� ARKANSAS MEETING AGENDA City Council Transportation Committee Tuesday, January 25, 2022 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. TO REGISTER FOR THE MEETING GO TO THIS Registration Link Members: Sarah Bunch; Sonia Gutierrez; Holly Hertzberg; Mark Kinion City Staff: Chris Brown, Public Works Director/City Engineer; Terry Gulley, Asst. PW Director for Operations/Transportation Services Director Agenda: 1. New Business: A. ELECTION OF A COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON: City Ordinance requires election of a chairperson at the Committee's first meeting of each year. B. TRAILS PROGRAM 5 YEAR CONSTRUCTION PLAN: Review of the 5 year workplan for trails construction. C. AMENDMENTS TO ORDINANCE CHAPTER 33.350-ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Review of proposed amendments to the Active Transportation Advisory Committee section of City Ordinance, to add voting members to the Committee, and to revise the requirements for staff attendance. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council for this item.) D. MISSION BLVD TRAIL AND STREET IMPROVEMENTS DESIGN CONTRACT AMENDMENT: Review of a proposed contract amendment with Crafton, Tull, and Associates for additional design services, to include right of way document preparation, traffic signal relocation design, and lighting design for the Mission Blvd Trail and Street Improvements project. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council for this item.) E. MIDTOWN CORRIDOR ADJACENT TO NEW POLICE HEADQUARTERS: Review of a change order proposal from Flintco (Construction manager on the Police Hdqtrs Campus) to add roadway and trail construction of Deane Street and Stephen Carr Memorial Blvd adjacent to the City property to their contract. Contract amount and other information on this item to be presented at the Committee Meeting. (Staff requests a recommendation from the Committee to the City Council for this item.) 2. Adjourn Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANS A I(AS 2022 Approved by ATAC 12-8-2021 2022 - 2027 P Prioritization Score* 1/11/2022 Shared -Use Paved Trail Construction Funding Rank Ward Feet Miles Lake Fayetteville Trail Replacement Across the Dam (Finish) N/A RTP Grant $150K N/A 3 1,970 0.37 Rupple Road Trail Starry Night to Best Friend (Finish) 47.9 Trail CIP 6 4 1,000 0.19 Mission Blvd. Trail (Trail Crew) Viewpoint to Maple St. and Prospect & 476 Trail CIP 8 3 3,000 0.57 Rebecca Bikeway (Start) Maple Street Cycle Track (Contractor) Razorback Greenway to Garland Ave. 42.8 Transportation 15 2 3,091 0.59 Bond/UofA/Grant Old Wire & Old Missouri Trail Gulley Park to Rolling Hills 48.4 Transportation Bond 5 3 4,358 0.83 Highway 112 (North) (ARDOT) Truckers Drive to Howard Nickell Includes N/A ARDOT & Grants N/A 4 8,323 1.58 Clabber Creek Connection Midtown Trail 1-49 to College Avenue 51.1 Trails &Trans. Bond 3 2 11,807 2.24 Deane/Sycamore/Poplar (Contractor) + Grant Cultural Arts Corridor (Nabh Prairie Street to Center Street (Finish) N/A Ph 1 Trail Bond/CAC N/A 2 2,198 0.42 Razorback Greenway Replacement in-house constructea: 1.13 Year Total 6.77 2023 Mission Blvd. Trail (Trail Crew) Viewpoint to Maple St. and Prospect & 47.6 Trail CIP 8 3 6,007 1.14 Rebecca Bikeway (Continue and Finish) Alberta Trail Segments (Fill In Project) Walnut Crossing 29 Trail CIP 26 1 1,335 0.25 Rolling Hills Improvements (Contractor) Old Missouri to Fiesta Square 37.8 Transportation Bond 21 3 5,411 1.02 Cultural Arts Corridor (Contractor) Center Street to Dickson Street N/A Ph 2 Trail Bond/CAC N/A 2 1,550 0.29 Civic Plaza Reroute Garland Avenue (Contractor) Melmar to Drake St. N/A Trans. Bond CIP & N/A 2 4,707 0.89 ARDOT Tee La Gi Trail along Hwy 62 Rupple Road to 1-49 54.2 Trail Bond & ARDOT 1 1 8,840 1.67 (MLK Jr. Blvd.) (Contractor) (ARDOT schedule dependent) College/School Improvements Archibald Yell to Cato Springs Rd. N/A Transportation Bond N/A 1 8,600 1.63 in-nouse constructea: 1.3H Year I otal 6.9U 2024 Hamestring Creek Trail Salem Rd. to Rupple Rd. (1 Bridge) 42.1 Trail CIP 12 4 2,338 0.44 Old Farmington Trail (Shiloh Trail to Rupple Centennial Park to MLK & Old Farmington 52.6 Trail CIP 2 1 4,880 0.92 Rd.) west to Rupple Road. Clabber Creek Trail Truckers Drive to Highway 112 46.8 Trail CIP 9 4 1,650 0.31 m-nouse constructea: 1.15d Year I otal 1.68 20255 Begin Phase 3 Bond I Shiloh Trail (Moore Ln. to MLK) Moore Ln. to MLK Jr. Blvd (ARDOT 49.7 Ph 3 Trail Bond & 4 4 13,063 2.47 Permit) (Bridge over Hamestring) CIP In-house Constructed: 2.47 Year Total 2.47 2026 Shiloh Trail to Broyles Road Owl Creek Trail Connection to Boys & Girls Club 43.7 Trail CIP 13 4 8,377 1.59 Ph 3 Trail & St. Paul Trail Razorback Gwy. to St. Paul Trail 44.6 11 1 6,237 1.18 PBond CI Markham Hill Trail Connector Razorback Road to Cross Ave. 41.3 Trail CIP 17 4 1,500 0.28 m-nouse constructea: 3.uo Year I otal 3.U5 2027 Skillern Rd. (Sidepath South Side) Crossove to Charleston Crossing 34.8 Trail CIP 22 3 1,590 0.30 Morningside Trail (Park Meadows) Town Branch to Huntsville Road 32.7 Trail CIP 25 1 5,194 0.98 St. Paul Trail (Existing Trail Upgrade) Morningside to Armstrong 44.6 Ph 3 Trail PBond & CI 11 1 4,227 0.80 St. Paul Trail (Contractor Section) Armstrong to Dead House Mtn. 40.4 Ph 3 Trail Bond 11 1 5,842 1.11 m-nouse constructea: [.us Year I otal 2.89 5 Year Total 127,095 24.07 Notes: In -House Trail Crew Build Bond Project *Trail development of approximately 2 miles per year is based on continued CIP, Bond and Grant funding *Prioritization Score reflects weighting established by ATAC - Maximum score if 54.2 Year 2022-2027 Trail Construction Plan Note: Planned trail projects are based on continued CIP at current levels, 2019 bond program and ALL"R° grant funding. — 7 — PR OJJ 1 Hwy!12 Trail `- DR 1 — ' a� 1 A.6 2 _ 1 1 1 1 1 to j Clabba G .. 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J 1L T`•, ao\Trail il', .1 S' P • 1 it 1 YR 1 — @•�"'�L v -- - - - -- 1 .:" Miles 1 % 0 0.5 1 2 3 4 ARTICLE XXIII ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE ARTICLE XXIII ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE 33.350 Purpose And Establishment There is hereby established the Active Transportation Advisory Committee. The )-ten 10 voting committee members shall elect a chair at the first annual meeting each year. This committee may make recommendations to the Transportation Committee on active transportation projects and issues that have been referred to them by the Administration or Transportation Committee, including but not limited to: (A) Yearly trail, sidewalk, and paving overlay construction program plans. Review of overlay plans will be focused on incorporation of active transportation facilities. (B) Five (5) year trail construction prioritization plan. (C) Major sidewalk projects, trails and other projects where major changes to existing street cross sections are planned. The review will be at the preliminary stage and will include typical cross sections and preliminary horizontal and vertical alignments. Neither the Transportation Committee nor the Administration need to delay projects or wait for this advisory committee's recommendations. (D) Changes, additions, or deletions to the Active Transportation Plan and the Sidewalk Master Plans. (E) A member of the Active Transportation Advisory Committee s44-May present reports and recommendations to the Transportation Committee at least ,.uaFt 4y.. s needed. T"^ "r+iv T,--,.,SPGFtati ,., Committee shall host bi aRRual guided tours focused OR E)PPeFtURities fer aetive tFaRSPE)FtatiOA (Ord. No. 5343, 8-3-10; Ord. No. 5963, §1, 4-4-17) 33.351 Composition The Active Transportation Advisory Committee shall be comprised of eight {} ten 10I voting members as shown below and anon -voting staff/support members,, ,ter as designated by the Mayor. (A) One (1) voting members of the committee shall be a member of the City Council designated by the Mayor; (B) One (1) voting member shall be a member of the Planning Commission designated by the Planning Commission; (C) One (1) voting member shall be a member of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board designated by the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board; (D) €ive-Seven (7-5) voting members shall be residents of the City of Fayetteville, and appointed by the City Council, at least one (1) of whom shall represent a bicycle advocacy organization and at least one (1) shall represent Americans with Disabilities (ADA); (E) Five (5) non veting membeFs shall repFesent the Gity ef Fayetteville staff-, with one (1) member eaeh 48M the TFanspertatien Divisien, Parks and- Reereatien Divisien, Fayetteville Peliee DepaFtment, Planning Divisien, and (F) One (-1)nen voting . r shall rep;zsent the Washingten Geunty Planning Sta#T (Ord. No. 5343, 8-3-10; Ord. No. 6196, §3, 7-2-19) Fayetteville, Arkansas, Code of Ordinances (Supp. No. 22) Created: 2021-11-29 14:51:11 [EST] Page 1 of 2 33.352 Terms Of Office Private citizen members shall serve two (2) year terms, with no limit to the number of terms they may serve. Any person who has served two (2) consecutive full terms on any city commission, board, or committee is not eligible for reappointment to the same committee until one term of office has expired, unless there is an insufficient number of applicants to fill all vacancies. City Council, Planning Commission, and Parks and Recreation Advisory Board representatives may serve as long as they retain membership on their sponsoring body. (Ord. No. 5446, 10-4-11; Ord. No. 6196, §1, 7-2-19) 33.353 Officers At the first regularly scheduled committee meeting of each calendar year, the voting members of the committee shall, by a simple majority, elect from among themselves a chair and vice chair. (Ord. No. 5343, 8-3-10) 33.354 Meetings The Active Transportation Advisory Committee shall meet at least once per quarter to conduct regular business, at a time and place that is mutually convenient to the membership including virtual or hybrid formats. The Active Transportation Advisory Committee may meet more frequently if needed. (Ord. No. 5446, 10-4-11) 33.355 Selection Process The City Council shall appoint the private citizen members through the normal Nominating Committee process. All other members of the Active Transportation Advisory Committee shall be appointed by their respective organizations. (Ord. No. 5446, 10-4-11; Ord. No. 6196, §1, 7-2-19 33.356-33.359 Reserved (Supp. No. 22) Created: 2021-11-29 14:S1:11 [EST] Page 2 of 2 Matt Mihalevich Submitted By City of Fayetteville Staff Review Form 2022-0018 Legistar File ID 2/1/2022 City Council Meeting Date - Agenda Item Only N/A for Non -Agenda Item 1/13/2022 ENGINEERING (621) Submitted Date Division / Department Action Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of Contract Amendment #2 in the amount of $59,000.00 with Crafton, Tull & Associates, Inc. to provide additional professional services for the design of the Mission Blvd. Trail and Street Improvements Project and approval of a budget adjustment. 4603.860.7302-5860.02 Account Number 46030.7302 Budget Impact: 4603 - Trails Project 2019 Bonds Fund Mission Boulevard Trail Project Number Budgeted Item? Yes Current Budget Funds Obligated Current Balance Does item have a cost? Yes Item Cost Budget Adjustment Attached? Yes Budget Adjustment Remaining Budget Purchase Order Number: Change Order Number: Original Contract Number: Comments: Project Title $ 11,408.00 $ 9,452.00 1,956.00 $ 59,000.00 $ 59,000.00 1,956.00 V20210527 Previous Ordinance or Resolution # 181-20 Approval Date: —� CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS MEETING OF FEBRUARY 1ST, 2022 TO: Mayor and City Council THRU: Susan Norton, Chief of Staff Chris Brown, Public Works Director FROM: Matt Mihalevich, Trails Coordinator DATE: January 13th, 2022 CITY COUNCIL MEMO SUBJECT: 2022-0018 - Contract Amendment #2 with Crafton, Tull & Associates, Inc. for design of the Mission Blvd. Trail and Street Improvements Project. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of Contract Amendment #2 in the amount of $59,000.00 with Crafton, Tull & Associates, Inc. to provide additional professional services for the design of the Mission Blvd. Trail and Street Improvements Project and approval of a budget adjustment. BACKGROUND: In 2020, resolution 181-20 authorized Crafton, Tull & Associates to begin design of the Mission Boulevard Trail and Street Improvements project. Mission Boulevard (Highway 45) is an important active transportation connection for the east side of Fayetteville and is the missing trail section between the Niokaska Creek Trail and downtown. The 1.5-mile corridor is proposed to include a 12-foot-wide shared use paved trail with green space separation with trees, lighting, curb and storm drainage with a focus on bike and pedestrian safety. This project is identified as a priority in the Active Transportation Master Plan and as a catalyst project in the Northwest Arkansas Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan. In addition, this project ranks number 6 by the Mobility Plan project prioritization scoring matrix. Based on public feedback during the design process, a roundabout at the intersection of North Street and Mission Blvd. was removed from the design contract with amendment #1 and instead the existing signal will be upgraded for enhanced crossing safety. The design is now nearly complete, and the next phase will be right of way acquisition. Construction will be by the in- house trail construction crew through the Public Works Department and is planned to start during the summer of 2022. DISCUSSION: A full list of the design scope changes is included in Appendix A of the contract amendment. The contract amendment includes: 1. Preparation of right of way documents for 27 parcels along the corridor. 2. Design of traffic signal modifications to relocate the traffic signal cabinet at Old Wire Rd. 3. Lighting plans for trail improvements. Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: The design for this project will be paid for with the funds from the 2019 Trails Bond Project. The total fee including this change will be $59,000 and funds are allocated in the trails bond for this amendment. The contract will be paid based on hourly rates for work completed, up to the total contract amount. Attachments: Mission Blvd. Corridor Map Olsson Associates, Inc. Scope and Fee - Engineering Agreement #2 Purchase Order Change Order Budget Adjustment �a > Poplar St �. } Miller S- C Douglas St a v o Woodland Q f T n o U � Sycam � ore St Gregory Park Veterans Q Health Care v System of othe Ozarks Ash St New 12 foot wide Shared Use Paved Trail (South Side) fu Evelyn Hills Ash St New 12 foot wide Shared Use Paved Trail (South Side) fu Evelyn Hills � Existing12 foot wide L G� Shared -Use Paved Trail 3 y Niokaska Creek Trail ,C: o To Razorback Greenwa)�airview Memorial Gardens Viewpoint Dr. Q a 5 Q V 0 � W U L o c � � Q -O C O 1i�v a � �No Root -' � � o c q. Y Q P Bryan fin. North St North Street Emerson L v Lakeside Dr. c Rush Dr. vY Razorback- Mission Connector Jackson Dr. L On -Street Bikeway (No Trail) Woodlawn Dr. Maple St �� 5 U ' a Maple St Maple Street Washington r W N W + E S 1101 v Q Lafayette St > a 45 Q c v v � > j L Q � L = v Dickson St � �_ Dickson St v CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS Mission Blvd. Trail - 1.5 Miles Wilson Park Bikeway - 1 Mile aA Signal Enhancements � v For Bike/Ped Rockwood Trl New 10 foot wide Shared Use Paved Trail (West Side) e 0 a .egend Proposed Mission Blvd. Trail � and Street Improvements _ Existing Shared -Use Paved Trail Proposed Wilson Park On - Street Bikeway (No Trail) 0 0.125 0.25 May 2021 0.5 � Miles AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO OWNER -ENGINEER AGREEMENT Subject of Amendment: Modification of Services 1. Background Data: a. Effective Date of OWNER -ENGINEER Agreement: 7/7/2020 b. OWNER: City of Fayetteville, Arkansas C. ENGINEER: Crafton, Tull & Associates, Inc. d. Project: Mission Boulevard Trail and Street Improvements 2. Nature of Amendment The scope of services is being updated to include right-of-way documents for the trail. The scope is also being updated to include trail lighting design and traffic signal improvements at Mission Blvd. and Old Wire Road. 3. Description of Modifications See Attachment 1, "Modifications" OWNER and ENGINEER hereby agree to modify the above -referenced Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. All provisions of the Agreement not modified by this or previous Amendments remain in effect. The Effective Date of this Amendment is OWNER: ENGINEER: CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE CRAFTON, TULL & ASSOCIATES, INC. By: By: Lioneld Jordan Bill Burnett, P.E. Title: Mayor Title: Vice President Date Signed: Date Signed: 1�12�22 EJCDC No. E-501 1999 Edition Page 1 of 2 ATTACHMENT 1 MODIFICATIONS • Additional Services to be performed by ENGINEER: Survey: see attached detailed scope `Exhibit A' summarized as follows: ■ Preparation of 5 right-of-way acquisition based on City of Fayetteville surveyor defined parcel information. These parcels are located from Rockwood Trail to the South end of the project. ■ Determination of existing right-of-way and preparation of right-of-way for 22 parcels from Rockwood Trail to the North end of the project. Design of Traffic Signal modifications to the intersection of Mission Boulevard (HWY-45) and North Old Wire Road in accordance with ARDOT requirements. Lighting plans for trail improvements in accordance with ARDOT requirements. • Modifications to Payment to ENGINEER: Modification to Contract Exhibit A-2 (ROW Documents): See detailed fee modifications in `Exhibit A' attached. Fee to be increased by $41,500. Modification to Contract Exhibit A-3 (Street/Drainage Design): Traffic Signal Modifications to the intersection increase of $17,500. ■ Design of Old Wire Road Traffic Signal Modifications: $12,000 ■ Design of Lighting Plans in accordance with ARDOT requirements: $5,500 EJCDC No. E-501 1999 Edition Page 2 of 2 a C� Crafton Tull architecture I engineering I surveying Exhibit "A" Scope of Basic Services for: Project: Mission Boulevard right of way and easement documents per right way and property lines determined by City Surveyor. Mission Boulevard right of way determination and associated right of way and easement documents. Client: City of Fayetteville Location of Project: Fayetteville, AR Discipline: Surveying Discipline Manager: Kevin Montgomery, PS Project Manager: Luke Jost, PE Proposal Date: 01/11/2022 Billing Type: Hourly Not -to -Exceed Fee: Preparation of R/W or Easement Documents Per City Data: $1,500 R/W Determination & Documents: $40,000 ** Total: $41,500 Description of the Mission Boulevard right of way and easement documents per right way and property Construction lines determined by City Surveyor using an AutoCAD drawing file provided by the City of Project: Fayetteville. Mission Boulevard right of way determination and associated right of way and easement documents. *Fee based on 5 affected parcels **Fee based on 22 affected parcels. The Service to be provided by the Surveyor are as outlined below: Right of Way and Easement Document Preparation per City Data: • Our office personnel will draft right of way and easement documents for approximately 5 parcels based on data provided by the City of Fayetteville Surveyor. That data being in the form of an AutoCAD drawing containing property lines and right of ways as determined by the City of Fayetteville Surveyor. • No independent research or investigation of right of way or property lines will be performed by Crafton Tull and Associates, Inc. for the affected 5 parcels located in the area that has City determined right of way and property lines. • The City of Fayetteville will supply their standard right of way and easement document templates as a basis for the drafting of the needed right of way and easement documents. • No platting is included in this estimated fee. Right of Way Determination and Right of Way and Easement Document Preparation: • Our office will determine the existing right of way and property boundary for approximately 22 parcels. Additional field work and research may be required. • If needed, a title company may be employed to provide a title search for some of the properties to be surveyed. The title search will include record plats (including adjoining plats), deeds (including adjoining deeds) and easement documents. The title company fee will be a reimbursable expense to the client. • Our office personnel will draft right of way and easement documents for 22 parcels based the Crafton Tull and Associates, Inc. determined existing right of way and property lines and the needed right of way and easements required by the project design. • The City of Fayetteville will supply their standard right of way and easement document templates as a basis for the drafting of the needed right of way and easement documents. • No platting is included in this estimated fee. www.craftontull.com a C� Crafton Tull architecture I engineering I surveying Scope of Basic Services does NOT Include the Following: • Preparation of a boundary survey plat, tract or lot split plats, tract or lot combination plats, or similar type plats as may be required by the governing agency for approval of this project. • Surveys and plats of the property for financing, sales, or other purposes such as an ALTA or as -built survey. • Surveys of offsite utility, street or drainage improvements not within the survey area. • Surveys for environmental studies, including wetland delineation. • Surveys for flood data or studies for Corps of Engineer, FEMA or other special government agency permitting. • Surveys for location of geotechnical soil borings or pits. • Surveying related to construction services or construction staking. • Sketch & description of Temporary Easements. Note: Services listed can be provided for additional fee. Client Shall Provide: • Access for our survey crew personnel to enter the property to conduct the surveys. This is the scope of services for the Project. Should there be additions to this scope of services, those services shall be compensated for additional fee. www.craftontull.com 2 cn City of Fayetteville = 125 W Mountain Fayetteville, AR 72701 O VENDOR 36150 Crafton Tull & Associates 0 Crafton Tull & Associates O 901 N 47th St Ste 200 DRogers, AR 72756-9615 n 03 City of Fayetteville PURCHASE ORDER r 113 W Mountain St NO. 2020-00000579 FAYETTEVILLE, AR72701 O DATE 08/13/2020 DELIVER BY Aft SHIP VIA FAYETTEVILLE CITY FREIGHT TERMS 1 r� ARKANSAS ORIGINATOR Matt Casey RESOLUTION # 181-20 PAYMENT TERMS 30 1.0000 Each Professional Services - Architectural and Engineering - Design Services $104,845.0000 $104,845.00 for Mission Blvd Trail and Street Improvements 4602.860.7223-5860.02 (Capital Prof Svcs $104,845.00 Engineering/Architectural) 46020.7223 (Streets Project (2019 Bonds), North Street - Garland Ave to Mission Boulevard) 1.0000 Each Professional Services - Architectural and Engineering - Design Services $106,940.0000 $106,940.00 for Mission Blvd Trail and Street Improvements 4603.860.7302-5860.02 (Capital Prof Svcs $106,940.00 Engineering/Architectural) 46030.7302 (Trail Projects (2019 Bonds), Mission Boulevard Trail) SUBTOTAL $211,785.00 $0.00 J SALES TAX $211,785.00 PAGE 1 OF 1 TOTAL DUE APPROVED BY SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS Contract #2020-00000048 RFQ 20-01, Selection #9; Resolution #: 181-20. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE TRANSPORTATION BOND PROGRAM PROGRESS REPORT — DECEMBER 2021 The Transportation Bond Program consists of projects that will be designed, contracted, and administered by City Staff or consultants/contractors working for the City. Funding for the Bond Program includes $36 million in bonds for the first phase of the program. UPCOMING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS PROJECT NAME BID DATE ESTIMATED CONST. COST Center/Harmon Intersection January 11, 2022 The bids came in too high to award. Archibald Yell Blvd. Safety Improvements January 11, 2022 The bids came in too high to award. Midtown Corridor — Porter and Deane at PD Site In Process $4,283,118.00 CURRENT CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS PROJECT NAME ESTIMATED COMPLETION CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT Zion Rd. (Vantage to Crossover) June 2022 $4,395,109.35 Sain St. Extension February 2022 *$607,900.29 Shiloh Fulbright Intersection October 2022 $1,680,751.00 *Transportation Bond Program portion of the contract. COMPLETED PROJECTS PROJECT NAME COMPLETION YEAR ORIGINAL BUDGET FINAL PROJECT COST Rupple Road 2021 $3,000,000 $3,532,722.51 Steamboat Dr./Dorothy Jeanne 2021 $670,000 $410,979.35 Centennial Park Entrance Drive 2021 $1,000,000 $834,721.75 Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 For details regarding each of the Transportation Bond Projects, use the links provided below for each project. 1) RUPPLE ROAD (TANYARD DR. TO WEIR RD.) https://www.favetteville-ar.gov/3597/Rupple-Road-Extension 2) ZION ROAD PHASE II (VANTAGE DR TO CROSSOVER RD) https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3586/Zion-Road-Improvements 3) STEAMBOAT / DOROTHY JEANNE CONNECTION https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3596/SteamboatDorothy-Jean ne-St-Connection 4) SHILOH DR. / FULBRIGHT EXPRESSWAY INTERSECTION https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3594/Shiloh-DrFuIbright-Expressway-I ntersecti 5) CENTER / HARMON INTERSECTION https://www.favetteville-ar.gov/3595/CenterHarmon-Intersection 6) MIDTOWN CORRIDOR https://www.favetteviIIe-ar.gov/3877/Midtown-Corridor-Prowect 7) SAIN STREET EXTENSION (FRONT ST. TO JOYCE BLVD.) https://www.favetteville-ar.gov/3598/Sain-Street-Extension 8) MAPLE ST. CYCLE TRACK https://www.favetteville-ar.gov/3581 /Maple -Street -Cycle -Track 9) 15t" ST. / RAZORBACK RD. INTERSECTION https://www.favetteville-ar.gov/3592/15th Razorback -Intersection 10) HIGHWAY 71 B CORRIDOR https://www.favetteville-ar.gov/3588/Highway-71 B-Corridor 11) APPLEBY / PLAINVIEW / ROLLING HILLS CONNECTION https://www.favetteville-ar.gov/3771 /ApplebyPlainviewRolling-Hills-Connection 12) ARCHIBALD YELL BLVD. SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS 4 https://www.faVettevi I le-ar. gov/3584/Arch i ba Id -Yell -Blvd -Safety -Improvements 13) ROLLING HILLS IMPROVEMENTS (COLLEGE TO OLD MISSOURI) https://www.faVettevilie-ar.gov/3585/Rolling-Hills-Improvements 14) JOYCE BLVD. SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS https://www.faVettevi I le-ar. gov/3732/Joyce-B lvd-Safety-Improvements 15) NORTH ST. / MISSION BLVD. CORRIDOR https://www.faVetteville-ar.gov/3589/North-Street-Corridor 16) OLD WIRE RD. CYCLE TRACK (EXTENSION) https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3583/Old-Wire-Road-Cycle-Track 17) PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE / OVERLAYS https://www.faVetteviIle-ar.gov/3600/Pavement-Maintenance0verlaVs • 16.68 Miles of overlays have been completed as of December 2021 • $2,634,633.23 of the $2,700,00 has been spent or encumbered as of December 2021. 18) TRAFFIC SIGNAL HARDWARE / UPGRADES https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/3599/Signal-HardwareSoftware-Upgrades • 103 of 109 signal controllers and 53 of 66 Video Detectors have been upgraded as of December 2021. • $1,151,838.51 of the $1,400,000 has been spent or encumbered as of December 2021.