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1 CITY OF VAUGHAN Watermain Replacement and Roadworks in Kleinburg (Napier Street, John Street, Kellam Street and Stegman’s Mill Road) WELCOME TO THE KLEINBURG.

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1 1 CITY OF VAUGHAN Watermain Replacement and Roadworks in Kleinburg (Napier Street, John Street, Kellam Street and Stegman’s Mill Road) WELCOME TO THE KLEINBURG OPEN HOUSE Thursday, November 20, 2014 Please sign in on the sheet provided. Feel free to walk around and view the display material. Project representatives are available to answer any questions. A brief project presentation will begin at 7:30 pm followed by a question and answer period.

2 2 PROJECT BACKGROUND In 2015, the City of Vaughan is proposing the replacement of watermain in the Kleinburg area: –The existing 150mm diameter metallic watermain on Napier Street, John Street and Kellam Street and the existing 200mm diameter metallic watermain on Stegman’s Mill Road are aged, substandard and in need of replacement. As a result of their age, the existing metallic watermains are susceptible to cracks and corrosion which may lead to watermain breaks and service interruption.

3 3 PROJECT BACKGROUND The project will also include roadworks: –The City’s Pavement Management Program has identified Napier Street, John Street and Kellam Street as requiring reconstruction.  These road sections are deficient as a result of poor road surface conditions including cracks, potholes, areas of settlement and drainage issues. –Stegman’s Mill Road requires rehabilitation with pavement modifications and traffic calming measures around the curved sections. –Existing street lighting along Stegman’s Mill Road is substandard. Street lighting will be upgraded to address lighting deficiencies and improve visibility and safety.

4 4 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposed Watermain Replacement The proposed watermain replacement will include: –New 150mm diameter PVC watermain on Napier Street, John Street and Kellam Street. –New 200mm diameter PVC watermain on Stegman’s Mill Road from Islington Avenue to Valley Road. –New 300mm diameter PVC watermain on Stegman’s Mill Road from Windrush Road to Ravendale Gate. –New 25mm (1”) water services to streetline including new curb stops.

5 5 LOCATION PLAN Proposed Watermain Replacement

6 6 COMMON QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS Proposed Watermain Replacement –Will there be any interruptions to my water during construction?  Some water interruptions may occur during construction of the new watermain. Residents will be given hours notice prior to the interruption. –Will temporary water be required?  Temporary water may be required during the construction of the new watermain. –How will the installation of the new water service to streetline affect my landscaping?  All disturbed boulevard areas will be restored in kind. Every effort will be made to restore to original conditions.

7 7 COMMON QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS Proposed Watermain Replacement –Will I have access to my driveway and property throughout construction?  Driveway and property access will be maintained with the exception of minor interruptions. Residents will be given hours notice prior to the interruption. –How long will construction take?  Construction start is anticipated in spring 2015 pending budget approval with completion anticipated by early fall.

8 8 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St. The proposed roadworks on Napier Street, John Street and Kellam Street will include: –Full depth road reconstruction based on Geotechnical recommendations.  Removal of existing asphalt  Excavation of road granular material to subgrade  New granular road base  New roadway asphalt  Restoration of all asphalt, interlock, concrete and gravel driveways, private walkways and boulevard areas within the limits of construction disturbance.

9 9 LOCATION PLAN Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

10 10 COMMON QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St. –Will I have access to my driveway and property throughout construction?  Driveway and property access will be maintained with the exception of minor interruptions. Residents will be given hours notice prior to the interruption. –Will there be any road closures?  Existing roads may be reduced to one lane or full road closure during construction. Acceptable signage and detours will be posted in advance of any closures. –How long will construction take?  Construction start is anticipated in spring 2015 pending budget approval with completion anticipated by early fall.

11 11 COMMON QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St. –How will the roadworks affect my property and landscaping?  All disturbed boulevard areas will be restored in kind. Every effort will be made to restore to original conditions.

12 12 PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St. As part of the design process, three cross-section alternatives were considered for the reconstruction of Napier Street, John Street and Kellam Street. Option 1 – Modified Rural Cross-Section –Reconstruction to a modified rural cross-section with minor drainage improvements, including shallow swales and additional boulevard catchbasins.

13 13 Option 1 Typical Cross-Section for Napier Street, John Street and Kellam Street PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

14 14 PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

15 15 PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

16 16 PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

17 17 Option 1 – Modified Rural Cross-Section Advantages –Minimize limits of driveway and boulevard restoration. Disadvantages –Higher construction costs compared to Option 3  Approximately $960 per metre of roadworks. –Increased maintenance costs. –Only minor improvements to existing surface drainage is achieved. –Shorter life span of road due to lack of drainage. –No clear definition of roadway versus boulevard.  Edge of asphalt limits will deteriorate over time.  Snow removal and road maintenance may damage adjacent boulevard areas. –Potential standing water due to existing grade conditions. PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

18 18 Option 2 – Full Rural Cross-Section –Reconstruction to a rural cross-section with ditches and driveway culverts. PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

19 19 Option 2 Typical Cross-Section for Napier Street, John Street and Kellam Street PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

20 20 PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

21 21 Option 2 – Full Rural Cross-Section Advantages –Improved surface drainage and conveyance through ditches. Disadvantages –Higher construction costs as a result of ditch and driveway culvert excavations.  Approximately $1,100 per metre of roadworks. –Increased maintenance costs. –Increased construction schedule. –Increased disruption of driveways and boulevards. –Likely encroachment onto private property to facilitate construction of ditches. –Potential standing water in ditches. –Likely utility conflicts and relocations. –Possible tree/shrub removal and greater impact on landscaping. PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

22 22 Option 3 – Modified Semi-Urban Cross-Section –Reconstruction to a modified semi-urban cross-section, including semi-mountable curb and narrow gutter with additional catchbasins for improved drainage. PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

23 23 Option 3 Typical Cross-Section for Napier Street, John Street and Kellam Street PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

24 24 PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

25 25 PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

26 26 PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

27 27 Option 3 – Modified Semi-Urban Cross-Section Advantages –Semi-mountable curb with narrow gutter offers a unique approach to an urban section. –Lowest construction cost of all three options.  Approximately $870 per metre of roadworks. –Clear definition of roadway versus boulevard. –Lower maintenance costs. –Improved drainage for road base and surface runoff. –Maximize life span of road. –Minimize limits of driveway and boulevard restoration. –No standing water. Disadvantages –Potentially changes the character of the area. PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

28 28 Recommended Design Option 3 –Reconstruction to a modified semi-urban cross-section including, semi-mountable curb and narrow gutter with additional catchbasins for improved drainage. The recommended approach – Option 3 – is shown on the display plans around the room. The anticipated limits of disturbance have been identified for both driveways and boulevard areas. Single plans for Options 1 and 2 are also displayed for illustration purposes. PROPOSED DESIGN ALTERNATIVES Proposed Roadworks – Napier St., John St. & Kellam St.

29 29 The proposed roadworks on Stegman’s Mill Road will include: –Road rehabilitation from Islington Avenue to the end of the curb west of Windrush Road.  Full depth asphalt removal and replacement  Partial depth asphalt removal and replacement across the bridge deck. –Pavement modifications and traffic calming measures from east of Ravendale Gate to west of Teston Road.  Centreline rumble strip  White edge line pavement markings  Chevron road signage through the curves PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposed Roadworks – Stegman’s Mill Road

30 30 –Street lighting upgraded to comply with City Standards from Islington Avenue to Ravendale Gate.  New lighting proposed on the south and east side of Stegman’s Mill Road.  Existing hydro poles used where possible with new luminaires.  Addition of some new poles with luminaires.  LED luminaires will be considered. PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposed Roadworks – Stegman’s Mill Road

31 31 LOCATION PLAN Proposed Roadworks – Stegman’s Mill Road

32 32 Stegman’s Mill Road - Photo Rendering Traffic Calming Measures PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposed Roadworks – Stegman’s Mill Road

33 33 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposed Roadworks – Stegman’s Mill Road

34 34 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Proposed Roadworks – Stegman’s Mill Road

35 35 Questions or Comments? Project Contact Information: Mr. Pat Marcantonio, C.E.T. Project Manager City of Vaughan, Engineering Services 2141 Major Mackenzie Drive Vaughan, ON L6A 1T1 Mr. Terry Hoehn, C.E.T. Project Manager Ainley Group 550 Welham Road Barrie, ON L4N 8Z7 QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS?


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