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  1. City of Hubbard Transportation System Plan Update April 25, 2012

  2. Project Overview & Financially Constrained Project List

  3. Summary of Deficiencies • 1999 TSP does not address UGB expansion areas • Many streets don’t meet existing design standards • Railroad crossing issues • High crash rates on OR 99E • Three intersections do not meet ODOT standards in the 2035 “No-Build” Scenario Meets performance target Does not meet target

  4. Recommended Alternative Improvements • Includes all pedestrian and bike projects identified in TM#3 (not cost constrained) • Refined cost estimates (including right-of-way)

  5. Summary of OR 99E Alternatives • Extend the 3-lane cross section • D Street and G Street intersections don’t meet standards • Queues exceed available storage at D Street, G Street, and J Street • Extend the 3-lane cross section & add signal at G Street • Signal warrants and spacing standards not met • Construct a 5-lane cross section throughout Hubbard • All intersections meet standards and no queuing issues • Inadequate right-of-way and funding • Extend the 3-lane section. Construct 5-lanes between D & G • All intersections meet standards and no queuing issues • Extend 3-lane section. Construct southbound right-turn/through lane between A & J Street. • All intersections meet standards and no queuing issues

  6. Financially Constrained Alternative - Roads • Interim improvements needed to meet ODOT mobility standard

  7. Financially Constrained Alternative - Bikes • Survey results • Mixed support for bicycle facilities • Bike lanes on OR 99E are a priority • Removed all bike projects except Highway 99E bike lanes to free funds for sidewalk improvements

  8. Financially Constrained Alternative - Sidewalks • OR 99E, D Street, 3rd Street sidewalks • 7th Street, G Street, J Street, and 5th Street sidewalks • Mill Creek Trail • OR 99E crossing improvements at A Street • State Traffic Engineer approval needed once part of funded project • Railroad crossing improvements • Engineering study to assess grade issues • Construct sidewalks on both sides of road (5 feet from signal arms) • Potential additional costs based on study results and coordination with ODOT Rail and Union Pacific

  9. Financially Constrained Alternative - Sidewalks

  10. Policy and Code Amendments

  11. Future Street Plan • New collectors • G Street • 10th Street • A Street • Dunn Road • Painter Loop • 1999 TSP “Loop Road” • New UGB Streets • Local street grid in UGB expansion areas

  12. Proposed Street Design Standards (Reflects Downtown Revitalization Plan Recommendations)

  13. Proposed Street Design Standards (Reflects Downtown Revitalization Plan Recommendations) (Same as Existing Standard)

  14. Proposed Street Design Standards

  15. Example Crossover Easement Process

  16. Transportation Financing Program

  17. Financially Constrained Alternative • Forecast Funding Amount (primarily non-discretionary formula, grant, and SDC funding)

  18. Proposed TSDC Policy Changes • Add Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities to the TSDC • Use Person Trip and Vehicle Trip Factors • Maintain Similar Method of Allocating TSDCs among Res. And Non-Res. Land Use Types (as in Prior Methodology) • Keep Current Exemption Policies & Escalation Policies Unchanged