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Elk Grove – Rancho Cordova – El Dorado Connector Project. Elk Grove – Ranch Cordova – El Dorado Connector Joint Powers Authority. Project Briefing JPA Board Meeting – March 28, 2008. Phase I Study Outcomes. Draft Purpose and Need Statement Preliminary Project Development

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elk grove rancho cordova el dorado connector project

Elk Grove – Rancho Cordova –El Dorado Connector Project

Elk Grove – Ranch Cordova – El Dorado Connector Joint Powers Authority

Project BriefingJPA Board Meeting – March 28, 2008

phase i study outcomes
Phase I Study Outcomes
  • Draft Purpose and Need Statement
  • Preliminary Project Development
  • Draft Functional Guidelines
  • Environmental Screening
  • Costs and Funding Options (Limited)
  • Governance Options (Selected)
general need
General Need
  • Mobility
    • To improve access to, and connections between, residential and employment areas lost or compromised due to increasing congestion
  • Land Use
    • To assist in preservation of open space and habitat that may be threatened as the region develops.
draft project need
Draft Project Need
  • Options: Insufficient transportation options for personal and goods/freight movement to, from, and within the corridor.
  • Non-Local Traffic: Local streets increasingly subject to congestion and use by non-local traffic.
  • Emergency Access: Study area needs an all-weather transportation facility to enable emergency vehicle access.
  • Safety: Increasing traffic will degrade safety of existing facilities; improvements are needed to ensure safety and security of travel by all modes (automobile, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian).
  • Open Space Preservation: Development is encroaching on open space and wildlife habitat; planning is needed to preserve these resources and ensure access to open space.
  • Jobs-Housing-Transportation Access: Well planned transportation improvements needed to accompany and support housing and job growth to ensure that growth proceeds along planned patterns.
draft project purpose
Draft Project Purpose
  • Mobility Enhancement: Enhance mobility options within corridor to serve and support growth and development patterns and principles from the approved MTP land use allocations, while minimizing impacts to livability of communities along the corridor.
  • Economic Development: Aid economic vitality by improving access to job centers and commercial areas, facilitating goods movement, and enhancing the attractiveness of existing and planned employment and commercial areas.
  • Balanced Transportation System: Provide efficient transportation options that balance transportation needs between local access and regional demand; enable flexibility among modes, while incorporating ITS elements where possible.
  • Open Space Preservation/Growth Management: Preserve open space, wildlife habitat, and productive agricultural uses and minimize growth inducement.
functional guidelines principles
Functional Guidelines Principles
  • Improve Access and Connectivity
  • Support MTP and General Plans
  • Relieve Demand (Local and Regional)
  • Control Access / Minimize Growth Inducement
  • Enhance Mobility and Preserve Livability
  • Provide Efficient and Safe Facilities for all Modes
  • Minimize Physical Impacts
  • Preserve Open Space / Support Approved Plans
  • Permit Phased Implementation
functional guidelines subjects
Functional Guidelines Subjects
  • Connector Roadway
    • Capacity and Cross-Section
    • Access Characteristics
    • Profile
    • Design Aesthetics, Materials, and Maintenance
  • Transit Services
  • Non-Motorized Facilities
  • Open Space Preservation
  • Other Facilities
alternatives
Alternatives
  • Alternative 1: Sunrise
  • Alternative 2: Grant Line
  • Alternative 3: Grant Line
  • Alternative 4: Bradshaw
  • Sheldon Variations (Apply to Alts 1, 2, and 3)
    • A: Bypass
    • B: Tunnel
    • C: At Grade
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US-50

White Rock to US 50

50/Silva Valley

Parkway I/C

White Rock

Douglas

Mather Field

Sunrise

6 Lane

Bradshaw

Jackson Hwy

Grant Line

I-5

I-5 to Bradshaw

C-Direct

Sheldon Community

SR-99

B-Tunnel

4 Lane

A-Bypass

Kammerer

8 Lane

Hwy 99/Grant Line I/C

Common Design Features

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US-50

White Rock

Conflicts w/Rancho Cordova Planning

White Rock & Grant Line I/C

Douglas

Mather Field

Sunrise & Jackson I/C

Sunrise

Bradshaw

Jackson Hwy

Grant Line

Sunrise & Grant Line I/C

I-5

Class I Non-Motorized Trail

C-Direct

Sheldon Community

SR-99

B-Tunnel

Kammerer

A-Bypass

Alternative 1 Overview

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US-50

White Rock

White Rock & Grant Line I/C

Douglas

Mather Field

Grant Line & Jackson I/C

Sunrise

Bradshaw

Jackson Hwy

Grant Line

Class I Non-Motorized Trail

I-5

C-Direct

Sheldon Community

SR-99

B-Tunnel

Kammerer

A-Bypass

Alternative 2 Overview

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White Rock & Grant Line I/C

Grant Line & Jackson I/C

Class I Non-Motorized Trail

C-Direct

B-Tunnel

A-Bypass

Alternative 3 Overview

US-50

White Rock

Douglas

Mather Field

Sunrise

Bradshaw

Jackson Hwy

Grant Line

I-5

Sheldon Community

SR-99

Kammerer

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US-50

White Rock & Grant Line I/C

White Rock

Conflicts with Rancho Cordova

Planning

Douglas

Bradshaw & Jackson I/C

Mather Field

Conflicts with Sacramento County

Planning

Douglas & Grant Line I/C

Sunrise

Bradshaw

Jackson Hwy

Grant Line

Class I Non-Motorized Trail

I-5

Sheldon Community

SR-99

Kammerer

Bradshaw & Grant Line I/C

Alternative 4 Overview

environmental screening
Environmental Screening
  • Resource Data collection
    • Floodplains
    • Socio-economic issues
    • Land use data
  • Preliminary Roadway Footprint
  • Draft Quantitative and Qualitative Measures
screening results
Screening Results
  • Some Differences Among Concepts
  • Natural Resources: Appear to be No “Fatal Flaws”
  • Potential Land Use and Socio-economic issues
    • Alternatives 1 and 4
  • Alternatives Using Grant Line
    • Greater Growth Inducement Potential
phase 1 final report products
Phase 1 Final Report Products
  • Draft Purpose and Need Statement
  • Project Conceptual Design
  • Travel Demand Analysis
  • Draft Functional Guidelines
  • Environmental Screening Analysis
  • Comparison of Concept Alternatives
  • Conceptual Project Cost / Funding Options (limited)
  • Project Phasing and Implementation