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Paula J. Trigg, County Engineer Public Works and Transportation Committee April 2, 2014 OVERVIEW | SOURCE OF PROJECTS 2014-2019 PROPOSED HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT.

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1 Paula J. Trigg, County Engineer Public Works and Transportation Committee April 2, 2014 OVERVIEW | SOURCE OF PROJECTS PROPOSED HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

2 PRESENTATION SCHEDULE: YEAR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PWTC 2014 Meeting DatePresentation Topic February 26 Preview 2014 Construction April 2 Overview/Source of Projects April 30 Preservation Projects May 7 Modernization and Expansion Projects May 28 Funding and Revenue June 4 Project Listings June 25 Draft Program Document

3 Presented at Feb 26 PWTC meeting Transportation corridors Meeting long-term traffic growth demands PREVIEW: MAJOR PROJECTS Project continued from 2013 New project (construction in 2014) Late-2014 project award (construction in 2015)

4 year Highway Improvement Program effective 7/1/14, but project additions generally made for years Q:Q: Where do ideas for the recommended projects come from to create a list of funded projects for the next 5 years? A:A: from the LCDOT’s comprehensive technical, objective highway asset management tools POTENTIAL PROJECT SOURCES

5 WORK TYPES Bike Path Bonds Bridges Culverts Drainage Engineering Support Enhancements Facilities Guardrail Intersection Maintenance Paratransit Patch Patrol 1 Plan Railroad Reconstruction Resurface Resurfacing, Rehabilitation & Restoration (3R) Road Districts Roadway Signals

6 DEVELOPING THE PROGRAM

7 SYSTEM PRESERVATION PROJECTS First Priority Keep county highway pavements, bridges bikeways, signals and related items in good condition Project set is developed using: ARGUS NBIS

8 RECURRING ANNUAL PROJECTS: 2019 MAINTENANCE Basin Management Bike Path Repaving Bituminous Markings Bituminous Patching Bituminous Shoulder Maintenance Bond Payments CMAP Assessment Concrete Markings Concrete Patching Crack Sealing Detention Right of Way Guardrail Maintenance ITS-PASSAGE Elements ITS-PASSAGE Integration ITS-PASSAGE Network JULIE locates Material Inspection Microsurfacing Miscellaneous Engineering – MT Miscellaneous Engineering – ST Miscellaneous Maintenance – CB Miscellaneous Maintenance – MT Non-motorized Travel NPDES Phase 2 Paratransit Dispatch Mobility Operations Pavement Management Pavement Markers Retaining Wall Maintenance Road Districts Road Enhancements Road Maintenance 2012 Revised Sales Tax Plan – Engineering and ROW Support Signal Coordination Signal Equipment Signal Maintenance Tree Maintenance

9 SYSTEM MODERNIZATION PROJECTS Second Priority Reduce delays and increase safety by accommodating short-term traffic growth and the needs of non-motorists Project set is developed using: TCAS 2040 Bicycle Priorities Non-motorized Policy guidelines Inter/Intra County Paratransit Transportation Plan

10 Third Priority Provide highway capacity to meet long-term traffic growth needs and provide for economic development Project set is developed using: Consensus Priority List Plan for Using the new Collar County Transportation Empowerment Funds 2040 Roadway Plan Average Daily Traffic data 2040 Transit Plan SYSTEM EXPANSION PROJECTS

11 LAKE COUNTY’S 2040 TRANSPORTATION PLAN Long range plan to identify deficiencies and recommend improvements to address future transportation needs In development since 2010 Network modeled from CMAP regional model with local characteristics Includes 2040 population and employment projections and corresponding traffic impacts Proposed improvements prioritized based on forecasted deficiency, prior study, cost and people-jobs potential

12 2040 ROADWAY PRIORITIES Peak period trips estimated to increase by 36% between 2010 and miles of roadway Improvements recommended 7 interchange 9 intersection 65 corridor

13 Plan recommends an additional 300 miles of non-motorized facilities Primarily off-street multi-use path for cyclist, pedestrian and other non-motorized use Many projects connect to Metra and bus routes for improved viability of non-motorized travel Provide essential non-motorized connections to communities, jobs, parks, schools, forest preserves Jurisdiction over non-motorized facilities by Lake County DOT, Lake County Forest Preserves, townships, municipalities and institutions 2040 NON-MOTORIZED PRIORITIES

14 Variety of transit services are needed to address county needs: Demand response Fixed route bus Commuter rail Recommendations based on assessed needs with regard to: Connectivity Existing facilities and services Jurisdictional issues Considered previous plan results (CMAP GOTO2040, Lake County 2020 Transportation Priority Plan) 2040 TRANSIT PRIORITIES

15 PRESENTATION SCHEDULE: YEAR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PWTC 2014 Meeting DatePresentation Topic February 26 Preview 2014 Construction April 2 Overview/Source of Projects April 30 Preservation Projects May 7 Modernization and Expansion Projects May 28 Funding and Revenue June 4 Project Listings June 25 Draft Program Document


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