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1 Youngsville Parkway Presented by Raymond J. Reaux, PE

2 Town of Youngsville Government Mayor Wilson B. Viator, Jr. Town of Youngsville Council Jesse Vallot Brenda Burley Paul Huval Huey Romero A.J. Bernard

3 Financially Constrained Transportation Plan N North – South Beltway Youngsville Parkway

4 Youngsville Parkway Funding History –State of Louisiana, Division of Administration, Office of Facility Planning and Control; September 2003 – Funding of $250,000 –Lafayette City-Parish Consolidated Government May 2004 – Funding of $305,000 –St. Martin Parish –Iberia Parish

5 Preliminary Engineering Project Coordination –Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development (LaDOTD) –Lafayette City – Parish Consolidated Government (LCG) –I-49 Design Consultants –St. Martin Parish –Lafayette Parish School Board –Land Owners –Utility Companies –Public Hearings

6 Preliminary Engineering Roadway Alternatives –Classifications LaDOTD Urban Arterial 1, 2, or 3 –Typical Sections 90 Ft. Right-of-Way, 2-Lane Urban Road, Open Ditch 150 Ft. Right-of-Way, 2-Lane Urban Road, Open Ditch 150 Ft. Right-of-Way, 4-Lane Urban Road, Open Ditch 150 Ft. Right-of-Way, 4-Lane Urban Road, Subsurface Drainage –Horizontal Alignments Eleven segment alignments

7 Town of Youngsville Council Action 1 Classification: LaDOTD Urban Arterial 3 Typical Section: 2-Lane Urban Road, Open Ditch Roadway Right-of-Way: 150 Foot Design Speed: 50 miles per hour 1 Town of Youngsville Ordinance No February 12, 2004.

8 Typical Section Design and Opinion of Probable Cost = $ 10.1 million 25’57’8’12’ 8’ 28’ 150’ Right of Way 2 Lane with Shoulder shoulder travel lane

9 Typical Section (Future Expansion 4-Lanes) 12’ 28’ 8’ 12’ 15’ 8’ 12’ 150’ Right of Way shoulder travel lane 12’ 14’ 1’ travel lane turn lane 28’

10 Metropolitan Planning Organization –Citizen Advisory Committee – March 1 st, 2004 –Transportation Technical Committee - March 1 st, 2004 –Transportation Policy Committee – April 5 th, 2004 –Lafayette Consolidated Government Planning and Zoning Commission – April 7 th, 2004 –Lafayette City-Parish Council 1 – May 4 th, Lafayette City-Parish Ordinance No

11 Youngsville Parkway Alignment School Board Property (Section 16) Green T. Lindon Elementary Ernest Gallet Elementary Youngsville Elementary Baker Hughes US 90 Lasalle Coulee LA HWY 734 N Le Triomphe

12 Fly Through…….

13 Lafayette Parish School Board Town of Youngsville Section 16 Property  12 acres N  400 acres  144 acres

14 Why Build The Youngsville Parkway? Addresses Regional Transportation Needs –An Important Segment of the North-South Beltway –Aligns with the Proposed I-49 Interchange –Aligns with a Proposed St. Martin Parish Roadway –Assist during Hurricane Evacuation Events

15 Why Build The Youngsville Parkway? Foster Regional Economic Development –Lafayette Parish –Lafayette Economic Development Authority –Town of Youngsville –St. Martin Parish –Iberia Parish

16 Why Build The Youngsville Parkway? Address Youngsville Population Expansion –Youngsville is the fastest-growing Town in the State of Louisiana –Population grew 25 percent to near 5,000 from July 2000 to June 2004.

17 Why Build The Youngsville Parkway? Address Youngsville Population Expansion Planned Residential Development. –Village of Copperfield (150 ac.) -18 lots –Sugar Mill Pond (2,000 ac.) – initially 100 lots –Copperwood East – 74 lots –Highland Plantation - 50 lots –Copperwood East - 74 lots –Chelsea Meadows – 24 lots –Shadowbrook - 55 lots –Madison Court - 11 lots –Adjacent Lafayette Parish Development

18 QUESTIONS???


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