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The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners City of North Bend Pavement Management Plan & Street Utility Fee Analysis February 11, 2014.

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1 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners City of North Bend Pavement Management Plan & Street Utility Fee Analysis February 11, 2014

2 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Pavement Management Plan Objectives Review and Reassess Street Surface Conditions Previously Rated as “Good” or “Below” for Asphalt Streets and added Assessments for Concrete Streets Total Length of 29 Miles Update Cost Estimates for Repair; 166 Asphalt Street Segments, 45 Concrete Street Segments, and Added 4.05 Miles of Gravel Streets Develop 5 Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Provide Report & Electronic Data (Cost Spreadsheet) to Supplement City’s current Pavement Management Plan.

3 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Roadway Assessment

4 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Repair Methods Crack Sealing – Tar or Epoxy Based, Normally associated with other repair methods, may be used on Asphalt & Concrete Streets in “Very Good” & “Excellent” Condition. Life Expectancy is up to 3 Years. Slurry Seal – Fine Aggregate, Asphalt Emulsion, Water, Mineral Filler. Used to prevent Raveling, Seal Minor Cracks and improve Surface Friction. Life Expectancy is 3 to 5 years. Chip Seal – Asphalt Base with Aggregate cover. Used to Water Proof Surface, Minor Crack Sealing and Surface Friction. Life Expectancy is 3 to 6 Years.

5 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Repair Methods (Continued) Overlay – Heated Mixture Mineral Aggregate and Asphalt Cement, Enhance Smoothness, Profile Roadway, Increase Surface Friction. Life Expectancy is 10 to 12 Years. Reconstruction – Removal of Pavement Surface and Subgrade. New Gravel Base and Asphalt Cement. Provides New Street Condition. Life Expectancy is 20 to 25 Years. Note: Life Expectancy may Vary due to Traffic Volumes, Type of Vehicles, and Existing Pavement Conditions

6 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Typical Pavement Repair Locations Crack Seal – Streets rated “Very Good” to “Excellent” (Not Reviewed). Used with all other Repair Methods except Reconstruction Slurry Seal – Low Volume Residential Streets with Minimal Cracking or Higher Volume Streets with no Cracks Chip Seal – Low and Medium Volume Streets with Increased Cracking. Higher Volume Roads with Less Cracking Overlays – Medium to High Volume Roads with Medium to Severe Cracking. Reconstruction – Failed Pavement for all Street Classifications

7 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Sample Street Repair - Crack Seal/Overlay Sheridan Street (Ohio to Maryland)

8 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Sample Street Repair - Slurry Seal 13 th Street (Marion to Everett)

9 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Sample Street Repair - Chip Seal State Street (Chester to Brussels)

10 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Sample Street Repair - Overlay Marion Street (13 th to 14 th )

11 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Sample Street Repair - Reconstruction Connecticut Street (Grant to Hayes)

12 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Street Condition Map

13 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Capital Improvement Costs Cost Include Construction Costs Contingency (10%) Engineering (18%) Legal/Admin (1.5%). Other Required Utility work not Included.

14 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Capital Improvement Costs (Continued) Asphalt Streets - $10,900,700 Concrete Streets - $2,891,700 Gravel Streets - $2,707,600 Total Costs - $ 16,500,00

15 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners 5 Year Capital Improvement Plan Priority for Street Repairs should be Based on Volume and Condition 2015 through $3,300,00/Year

16 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Questions / Comments

17 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Street Utility Fee Analysis

18 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Purpose & Terms Eligible Maintenance Expenses (EME), defined as the following activities within the City’s easements and right- of-ways: patching, crack sealing, seal coating, overlaying, curb repair/replacement, and related activities in order that local streets and facilities be properly maintained Maintenance funded under this program shall exclude storm drainage improvements and maintenance: street lighting power costs, and landscape enhancements Determination of Transportation Equivalent Dwelling Units (EDUs) via Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

19 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Projected North Bend Transportation EDUs Class ofCurrent % of Transportation GeneratorEDUs 2017 Residential % Commercial % Institutional % Total Non-Residential % Total EDUs %

20 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Projected Project Costs & Payment Requirements Annual Payments Required for 20 and 30 year Funding Principal Period Yrs. Interest %Annual Payment $16,500, $1,160,958 $16,500, $897,127

21 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Funding Options Urban Renewal Funds (URF) State Turnback Program (STP) Street Utility Fee (SUF) Note: Gas Tax not considered for this Analysis

22 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Annual Revenue Required From SUF Program Revenue Required from Street Utility Fee Program Costs20 YR Value30 YR Value Annual Local Street Maintenance Cost$928,766$717,702 Annual Collector Street Maintenance Cost$150,925$116,627 Annual Arterial Road Maintenance Cost$81,267$62,799 Total Projected Annual Costs$1,160,958$897,127 Revenue Source STEP Revenue Sharing$100,000 Urban Renewal$230,000 Total Projected Revenues$330,000 Gap Which May be Collected by SUF$830,958$567,127

23 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Alternative Fee Methods Uniform Assessment Residential/Non-Residential Ratio Funding of Local/Collector/Arterial Streets Assessment Flat Fee Assessment

24 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners SUF Funding Alternatives – 20 Year Funding RevenueNumber of Mon Rates per EDU for Alt No.MethodRequiredRes. EDUsNon Res EDUsRes.Non-Res. 1Uniform Assessment$830,9583,95813,346$4.00 2Residential/Non-Res Assessment Local Streets$664,7663,958 $14.00$0.00 For Res. 50% Collector Streets$54,0123,958 $1.14$0.00 For Non-Res. 50% Coll. Streets$54,012 13,346$0.00$0.34 Arterial Streets$58,167 13,346$0.00$0.36 Totals$830,958 $15.13$0.70 3Flat Fee Assessment$830,9583,958314$16.21

25 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners SUF Funding Alternatives – 30 Year Funding RevenueNumber of Mon Rates per EDU for Alt No.MethodRequiredRes. EDUsNon Res EDUsRes.Non-Res. 1Uniform Assessment$567,1273,95813,346$2.73 2Residential/Non-Res Assessment Local Streets$453,7023,958 $9.55$0.00 For Res. 50% Collector Streets$36,8633,958 $0.78$0.00 For Non-Res. 50% Coll. Streets$36,863 13,346$0.00$0.23 Arterial Streets$39,699 13,346$0.00$0.25 Totals$567,127 $10.33$0.48 3Flat Fee Assessment$567,1273,958314$11.06

26 The Dyer Partnership Engineers and Planners Questions/Comments


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