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West Plumb Lane Project Preliminary Design Public Information Meeting June 4, 2012.

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1 West Plumb Lane Project Preliminary Design Public Information Meeting June 4, 2012

2 Presentation Goals Review the project history and community outreach process Present the preferred improvements supported by the community for the Plumb Lane reconstruction project Provide details on design development Request input on some design elements Answer questions and address your concerns

3 Project Limits

4 Public Engagement Community Outreach To Date Community Survey 2 Community Workshops One-on-one meetings with residents Meetings with: Councilman Gustin, Councilwoman Zadra, Commissioner Breternitz, Assemblywoman Benitez-Thompson, Caughlin Ranch HOA, Washoe County West Truckee Meadows CAB, City of Reno Ward 1 NAB Coordination with City of Reno Community Development and Public Works Coordination with TMWA Media Interviews RTC TAC, CAC and BPAC Reno City Council

5 Community Engagement Results 1.Pavement rehabilitation 2.Bike lanes 3. Multi-use Path Presented Three Concepts:

6 Preferred Enhancement: Multi-use Path, Parking One Side Multi-use Path

7 Design Considerations Address the needs of the community and provide a safe route for all users Confine improvements to the existing right-of-way Address traffic volume and excessive speeds Evaluate possible safety improvements in the steep, curved section east of Homewood Drive Maintain existing trees and rural character

8 Existing Conditions

9 Preferred Enhancement: Multi-use Path, Parking One Side

10 N Multi-use Path, Parking One Side

11 N Design Considerations Landscaping, mailboxes, fences & parking

12 Design Considerations Drainage Options With Curb and Gutter, Reduced Landscaping Impact With Drainage Swale, No Curb and Gutter 8’ 50’ ROW

13 Design Considerations Traffic Calming and Speed Plumb Lane Speed Limit Will Remain 25 MPH

14 Design Considerations TMWA

15 Construction Schedule & Costs $3.5 to $4.5 Million 12 weeks (Fuel Tax)

16 How you can help tonight: Provide your input on comment cards  Multi-use path details (concrete color)?  Drainage trouble spots?  Interest in left turn lanes?  Interest in pedestrian crossing?  Interest in paved parking adjacent to property?  Talk to the project team We are here to listen to you. Please share your ideas with us! Thank you!

17 Information Stations Seven Stations  Station 1: McCarran Boulevard to 3510 West Plumb Lane  Station 2: 3510 West Plumb Lane to Carter Drive  Station 3: Carter Drive to Suda Way  Station 4: Suda Way to Ferris Lane  Station 5: City of Reno  Station 6: NV Energy  Station 7: Design Input

18 Questions? Contact: Michele Dennis, PE, RTC Project Manager at (775)


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