Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Welcome to the Plumb Lane 2 nd Community Workshop November 28, 2011.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Welcome to the Plumb Lane 2 nd Community Workshop November 28, 2011."— Presentation transcript:

1 Welcome to the Plumb Lane 2 nd Community Workshop November 28, 2011

2 2 nd Community Workshop Overview  Project overview and presentation  Concept and alternative review  Vote on preferred concepts and options We are here to listen!

3 Plumb Lane - Project Limits

4 Project Overview  Description: Regional road pavement reconstruction to repair deteriorating roadway  Timeline: No sooner than 2012  Opportunities: Neighborhood enhancement with the potential for safety and operational improvements

5 Project History  Survey  Community Workshop #1, August 31, 2011  Concept and options development

6 Existing Conditions  Public right-of-way varies in width; averaging 50-feet; pavement width averaging 24-feet  25 MPH speed limit  Average daily traffic is up to 8,100 vehicles just west of Hunter Lake  Future 2030 traffic volumes do not warrant additional capacity improvements  Regional road serving a variety of stakeholders  Urban road with a rural, country feel  Serves residents, commuters, bikers, walkers, equestrian enthusiasts  No sidewalk, drainage, parking, center turn lane or bike lanes

7 Plumb Lane Crash Data  12 crashes reported in the past 5 years  7 rear-end (2 injuries)  3 angle (2 injuries)  1 McCarran Boulevard  1 non-collision (possibly weather related)

8 Plumb Lane Existing Conditions Deteriorating pavement. No drainage, sidewalk, or bike lanes.

9 Why is this an RTC Project? Plumb Lane will be reconstructed due deteriorating pavement

10 Project Concepts and Options Pavement Improvements Option 1aOption 1bOption 1c Bike Lanes Option 2aOption 2bOption 2c Shared Use Path Option 3aOption 3bOption 3c

11 Option Considerations 1.Benefits 2.Right-of-way impacts 3.Design and safety considerations 4.Utility impacts 5.Landscape impacts 6.Construction duration

12 Concept 1: Pavement Only

13 Project Option: 1A Pavement improvements only

14 Project Option: 1B Pavement improvements and shoulders

15 Project Option: 1C Pavement improvements, shoulder and parking

16 Project Option Considerations Concept 1 Pavement OnlyPavement, ShouldersPavement, Shoulder, Parking Concept/Option 1A1B1C Pavement Reconstruction Pedestrian Facilities Paved Shoulder Bicycle Facilities Storm Drain Curb and Gutter Paved Parking Center Turn Lane Slope or Drainage Easements ROW Acquisition Tree Removal Fence/Mailbox Relocations Retaining Wall Installations Power Pole Relocations Driveway Reconstructions Physical Constraints Construction Duration (weeks) 6-8

17 Concept 2: Bike Lanes

18 Project Option: 2A Pavement improvements with bike lanes

19 Pavement improvements, bike lanes and curb and gutter Project Option: 2B

20 Pavement improvements, bike lanes, curb and gutter and sidewalk Project Option: 2C

21 Bike LanesBike Lanes, Curb & Gutter Bike Lanes, Curb & Gutter, Sidewalk Concept/Option2A2B2C Pavement Reconstruction Pedestrian Facilities Paved Shoulder Bicycle Facilities Storm Drain Curb and Gutter Paved Parking Center Turn Lane Slope or Drainage Easements ROW Acquisition Tree Removal Fence/Mailbox Relocations Retaining Wall Installations Power Pole Relocations Driveway Reconstructions Physical Constraints Construction Duration (weeks)

22 Concept 3: Shared Use Path

23 Project Option: 3A Pavement improvements, parking, shoulders and shared use path

24 Project Option: 3B Pavement improvements, parking, shoulders, curb and gutter and shared use path

25 Project Option: 3C Pavement improvements, parking, curb and gutter, shoulder, shared use path and center turn lane

26 Project Option Considerations Concept 1 Shared Use Path, Shoulder, Parking Shared Use Path, Shoulder, Curb & Gutter Shared Use Path, Shoulder, Curb & Gutter, Center Turn Lane Concept/Option3A3B3C Pavement Reconstruction Pedestrian Facilities Paved Shoulder Bicycle Facilities Storm Drain Curb and Gutter Paved Parking Center Turn Lane Slope or Drainage Easements ROW Acquisition Tree Removal Fence/Mailbox Relocations Retaining Wall Installations Power Pole Relocations Driveway Reconstructions Physical Constraints Construction Duration (weeks)

27 Next Steps  Recommend and present enhancements to the RTC Board of Commissioners and Reno City Council  Community design workshop  Continue outreach throughout design and construction

28 How you can help tonight: Time to Vote! We are here to listen to you. Please share your ideas with us! Thank you!


Download ppt "Welcome to the Plumb Lane 2 nd Community Workshop November 28, 2011."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google