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City Center Corridor Spokane Street Renovations

City Center Corridor Spokane Street Renovations

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  1. City Center Corridor Spokane Street Renovations May 7th, 2014

  2. Agenda Purpose and Scope of Project Project History Project Elements Next Steps

  3. Purpose of Project • Develop a “City Center” Corridor (2004) • Slow Traffic, but still move it • Improve Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety • Revitalize and Create a City Center for Post Falls

  4. Project Scope Limits: I-90 to Bridge Traffic Signal at 4th (Complete) Median Islands Pedestrian & Bicycle Improvements Landscaping Pocket Parks Street & Pedestrian Illumination Centennial Trail Crossing Lane Reduction & Parallel Parking

  5. General Project History

  6. Project Elements • Concept Design • Roadway & Hardscape • Landscape, Irrigation & Street Furniture • Pocket Parks & Entry Monument • Street and Pedestrian Illumination

  7. Concept Design - City Center

  8. Technical Advisory Committee • Terry Werner - Public Services Director  • Linda Wilhelm – Post Falls City Council    • Ryan Davis - Planning and Zoning • Tim Short - Urban Renewal - former board member • Hilary Anderson - City Planning • Debbie Frank - City Parks • Bill Melvin - City Engineering  • Dave Fair - City Park & Recreation • Deb Morphus- The Condos   • Melissa Maldovino- Leopard Latte • Ken Lynn - Post Falls Family Dental • Sharon Sorenson - Body by Scotty        • Len Crosby - Chamber of Commerce • Bob Templin - Templins • Jim Lehr - Liberty Bankers Life - Landings Property

  9. Project Elements – Roadway & Hardscape • Traffic Calming Islands • Pedestrian & Bicycle Facilities • Lane Configuration & Parallel Parking • Centennial Trail Crossing

  10. Roadway & Hardscape – Islands

  11. Roadway & Hardscape – Ped& Bike

  12. Roadway & Hardscape – Lane Configuration & Parking • Existing Configuration • 5 Lanes between I-90 & 2nd Avenue • 3 Lanes between 2nd Ave and 1st Ave • Future Configuration • 5 Lanes between I-90 & RR Avenue • 4 Lanes between RR Avenue & 3rd Avenue • 3 Lanes between 3rd Avenue & 1st Avenue • Difference • Reduce one northbound lane between 2nd& RR Avenue (parallel parking) • Reduce one southbound lane between 2nd& 3rd Avenue

  13. Project Element – Centennial Trail Crossing

  14. Project Element – Centennial Trail Crossing

  15. Project Elements – Landscape, Irrigation & Street Furniture

  16. Project Elements – Entry Monument

  17. Project Elements – Entry Monument

  18. Project Elements – Entry Monument

  19. Project Elements – Entry Monument

  20. Project Elements – Landscape, Irrigation & Street Furniture

  21. Project Elements – Landscape, Irrigation & Street Furniture

  22. Project Elements – Landscape, Irrigation & Street Furniture

  23. Project Elements – Landscape, Irrigation & Street Furniture

  24. Project Elements – Pocket Parks

  25. Project Elements – Entry Monument

  26. Project Elements – Pocket Parks

  27. Project Elements – Illumination

  28. Project Elements – Illumination

  29. Next Steps Railroad Coordination - Ongoing Bid Advertisement & Opening – May/June 2014 Construction – Summer 2014

  30. Questions?