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BICYCLE/PEDESTRIAN FEASIBILITY STUDY 15 TH S TREET S IDEWALK C ITY OF H OLLY H ILL F INAL R EPORT, M ARCH 2017 P REP A R ED F OR : R IVER T O S EA TPO

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 | INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 1 2 | PROJECT PURPOSE AND SCOPE ....................................................................................... 2 3 | EXISTING CONDITIONS .................................................................................................... 5

4 | SIDEWALK CONCEPT PLAN ............................................................................................ 11 5 | FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY ................................................................................................. 15 6 | CONCLUSION ................................................................................................................ 18 7 | REFERENCES ................................................................................................................. 19 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1: HOLLY HILL SCHOOL............................................................................................................................... 1 FIGURE 2: SIDEWALK ALONG SOUTH SIDE OF THE 15TH STREET .............................................................................. 2 FIGURE 3: PROJECT LOCATION MAP....................................................................................................................... 4 FIGURE 4: AERIAL HOLLY HILL SCHOOL ENTRANCE ................................................................................................. 5 FIGURE 5: 15TH STREET AT NOVA ROAD (LOOKING EAST) ....................................................................................... 6 FIGURE 6: UNPAVED DRIVEWAY ON SOUTH SIDE OF 15TH ST. ................................................................................ 6 FIGURE 7: UNPAVED DRIVEWAY ON NORTH SIDE OF 15TH ST. ................................................................................ 6 FIGURE 8: UTILITY POWER POLE AND MAILBOX..................................................................................................... 8 FIGURE 9: EXISTING SWALE LOCATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF 15TH STREET, 100 FT. EAST OF HAMMOCK DR. ..... 8 FIGURE 10: TWO 48” PIPES UNDER 15TH STREET AT NORTH CANAL........................................................................ 8 FIGURE 11: EXISTING SIDE DRAIN WITH TWO 24” PIPES ........................................................................................ 9 FIGURE 12: EXISTING DIRT ACCESS TO BE REPLACED (EAST OF HAMMOCK DR.) .................................................. 11 FIGURE 13: EXAMPLE OF EXISTING CRACKED SECTIONS OF SIDEWALK ON SOUTH SIDE OF 15TH ST. .................... 12 FIGURE 14: EXISTING SWALE THAT WILL BE IMPACTED BY PROPOSED SIDEWALK ............................................... 13 FIGURE 15: EXAMPLE OF UTILITY POWER POLE AND MAILBOX TO BE RELOCATED .............................................. 14

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LIST OF TABLES TABLE 1: DRIVEWAYS IN POOR CONDITION RECOMMENDED FOR ADA-COMPLIANT TURNOUT ............................ 7 TABLE 2: APPARENT RIGHT-OF-WAY ALONG 15TH STREET ...................................................................................... 7 TABLE 3: NORTH SIDE SIDEWALK QUANTITIES AND COST ESTIMATES ................................................................. 16 TABLE 4: SOUTH SIDE SIDEWALK QUANTITIES AND COST ESTIMATES .................................................................. 17

APPENDICES A | APPENDIX A – CONCEPT PLAN .....................................................................................................................A-1 B | APPENDIX B – TYPICAL SECTION ..................................................................................................................B-1 C | APPENDIX C – FDOT RIGHT-OF-WAY MAPS .................................................................................................. C-1 D | APPENDIX D – FEMA FIRM MAPS ............................................................................................................... D-1 E | APPENDIX E – NRCS SOIL SURVEY MAP ........................................................................................................ E-1 F | APPENDIX F – FDOT INFLATION FACTORS ..................................................................................................... F-1

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Introduction

1 | INTRODUCTION In March 2007, the River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization (River to Sea TPO), formerly the Volusia Transportation Planning Organization, completed a Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Review Study for Holly Hill Elementary School (now Holly Hill School, a K-8 school). The study was prepared by Hoke Design, Inc. at the request of the River to Sea TPO. Several sidewalk improvements were recommended as a result of the safety study and provided a guideline for future improvements within the City of Holly Hill. This study investigates sidewalk feasibility along both sides of 15th Street from Nova Road to Center Avenue to form a connected network of sidewalks that provide access to Holly Hill School. Currently, the sidewalk along 15th Street is on the south side of the road at the west end connecting to Nova Road and on the north side of the road at the east end connecting to Center Avenue. Therefore, pedestrians and students have to Figure 1: Holly Hill School cross 15th Street about mid-way along the project limits. The project purpose and scope for this study are further explained in Section 2, and revolve around for following major goals determined by the City of Holly Hill: » » »

Completion of sidewalk on both sides of 15th Street, with a focus on continuous sidewalk along the north side of 15th Street; Replacement of existing sidewalk with new sidewalk along both sides of 15th Street; and, Drainage improvements to allow sidewalk construction on both sides.

In addition to providing safer access to Holly Hill School, the proposed sidewalk along 15th Street would provide local residents with safer access to public transportation, commercial properties, and other community institutions within the area.

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Project Purpose and Scope

2 | PROJECT PURPOSE AND SCOPE This sidewalk feasibility study is part of a group of other planned sidewalk improvements within the City of Holly Hill. The purpose of the 15th Street sidewalk feasibility study along with other planned improvements is to serve the Holly Hill School and the surrounding neighborhood. The Holly Hill School is surrounded by a densely populated residential area. The majority of the school’s student population walks or bikes to school. The sidewalk improvements along 15th Street would also directly serve the 127-unit Hollypoint Apartments located along the northwest side of the project study area. Additionally, a planned office employment center within a half-mile radius of the project corridor and other commercial/retail uses in the area provide another reason to improve the sidewalk network connectivity between Nova Road and Center Avenue. One of the main reasons for the sidewalk improvements along 15th Street is to enhance pedestrian safety. Much of the study corridor has narrow sidewalks on alternating sides of the roadway. As noted previously, this means that pedestrians have to cross 15th Street mid-way or risk walking along the side of the road. Furthermore, much of the sidewalk is flush, or nearly flush with the roadway surface and creates a conflict with motorists. There is a history of crashes within the designated walk area. Improved sidewalk along 15th Street would also serve to support access to transit. The Volusia County’s Public Transit System (Votran) Route 5 utilizes 15th Street and has two stops along the project study limits. This provides a connection for the residential neighborhoods with shopping and employment opportunities within Volusia County. The City of Holly Hill would benefit from the planned sidewalk improvements and the completion of these planned improvements would address the city’s needs. Under the existing conditions, 15th Street has fivefoot to six-foot wide sidewalk extending from Nova Road east to Hollypoint Apartments along the south side of the roadway; and a five-foot to sixfoot sidewalk from Hollypoint Apartments to Center Avenue along the north side of the roadway. The City of Holly Hill has identified that a continuous sidewalk along the north side of 15th Street is a higher priority. The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility of providing continuous sidewalk on both sides of the roadway along 15th Street from Nova Road to Center Avenue.

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Figure 2: Sidewalk along south side of the 15th Street

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Project Purpose and Scope A field review was conducted during the study for the purposes of data collection, corridor evaluation, development of concept plans, and cost estimates. The cost estimates prepared as part of this study were separated for sidewalk along each side of the roadway. This should help the River to Sea TPO in budgeting and planning process. The graphics and exhibits in this report include identification of apparent right-of-way, driveways, location of proposed new and replaced sidewalks. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements were used as conformance guidelines for concept plans. The project team would like to extend their appreciation to several agency representatives and stakeholders whose continuing interest in this project and their assistance was invaluable to the process. Mr. Thomas Harowski – City of Holly Hill Mr. Mark Juliano – City of Holly Hill Mr. Walt Smyser – City of Holly Hill Mr. Stephan Harris – River to Sea TPO Mr. Anthony Miller – Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)/HNTB Figure 3, on the following page, illustrates a project location map of the study area.

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Project Purpose and Scope

Figure 3: Project Location Map

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Existing Conditions

3 | EXISTING CONDITIONS The following section provides a general description of the characteristics observed within the project study limits in regards to the physical conditions, environmental conditions, and drainage. It also includes an assessment of the apparent right-of-way.

General Description The 15th Street sidewalk feasibility project is located within the City of Holly Hill, Florida. The proposed sidewalk is approximately 3,600 linear feet (0.68 miles) in length along 15th Street from Nova Road to Center Avenue. There is existing sidewalk varying from five-foot to six-foot along the south side of the roadway from Nova Road to Hollypoint Apartments. There is a crosswalk at this location to cross 15th Street and sidewalk continues on the north side of the road from the Hollypoint Apartments to Center Avenue. The study area is predominantly residential with some commercial establishments along the western end of the corridor near Nova Road. The 127-unit Hollypoint Apartments make up the majority of the residential population within the study area. Additionally, there are some single family houses across from the Holly Hill School along the southeastern side of 15th Street. The back fence of Holly Forest residential community extends along the south side of the study area. The commercial establishments along the western end of the corridor include: » » » » » »

Whitt Used Car Automotive & Radiator – used car sales and repair shop U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer – moving/truck rental Kumon Math and Reading Center of Daytona Beach – Holly Hill – tutoring service Lumber Liquidators, Inc. – hardwood and laminate flooring Classy Kids By Susie – consignment and thrift store Gulfeagle Supply – professional roofing contractor

The study area is located within the designated walk-zone for Holly Hill School, which is located at the northeast corner of the study area and at the intersection of 15th Street and Center Avenue. The main entrance to the school is along Center Avenue close to the study area. Figure 4 shows an aerial view of the main entrance for the school. In addition, there are two Votran bus stops within the study area along the south side of 15th Street. Figure 4: Aerial Holly Hill School Entrance

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Existing Conditions A field review was conducted by the project team on December 5, 2016. During the field review, the project team assessed existing land uses, roadway crossings, underground and overhead utilities, and existing sidewalk conditions. The team also identified drainage features, distance and offset measurements of different elements and documented photographs for existing conditions. 15th Street was measured to be 20 feet wide. The field review began on the western end of the project at the intersection of 15th Street and Nova Road. Figure 5, illustrates the starting point of the field review and the project limits. This intersection is the only signalized intersection within the study area. The remainder of 15th Street is free-flowing with all side streets controlled through stop signs. Additionally, there is a 15 MPH flashing beacon for Figure 5: 15th Street at Nova Road (looking east) the Holly Hill School zone along 15th Street and a four-way stop of traffic at the intersection of 15th Street and Center Avenue. The posted speed limit along 15th Street outside of the flashing beacon school zone is set at 25 MPH. Land uses observed along the corridor included a mixture of single-family residential, multi-family residential, and commercial properties. There are eight driveways along the south side of 15th Street. Four of the driveways were paved and four were either dirt or gravel unpaved driveways. Figure 6 demonstrates an example of one of the existing unpaved driveways. There are also eight driveways along the north side of 15th Street. Two of these are entrances to Holly Hill School, and three of them are paved residential entrances to multi-family housing complexes along the north side. Additionally, there are three unpaved residential driveways along the north side of road. Figure 7 shows an example of an existing unpaved driveway on the north side. The concept plan, further explained in Section 4 and the exhibits provided as an attachment in Appendix A, identify the driveways recommended to receive ADAcompliant asphalt entrances or concrete aprons. These properties are also identified on the following page in Table 1. 15th Street Sidewalk Feasibility Study | Final Report

Figure 6: Unpaved driveway on south side of 15th St.

Figure 7: Unpaved driveway on north side of 15th St.

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Existing Conditions Table 1: Driveways in poor condition recommended for ADA-compliant turnout

Parcel ID 42-14-32-04-34-0012 42-14-32-04-34-0016 42-14-32-04-34-0010 42-14-32-29-00-0010 42-14-32-29-00-0080 42-14-32-04-30-0300 42-14-32-04-30-0301 42-14-32-04-30-0270 42-14-32-04-30-0270 42-14-32-31-03-0180 42-14-32-31-03-0182 42-14-32-0Z-00-0001

Address 1482 Center Street 603 15th Street 607 15th Street 1502 Linda Avenue 613 15th Street 932 15th Street 932 15th Street 1000 15th Street 1000 15th Street 1046 15th Street 1505 Hammock Drive 1049 15th Street

Reason Not ADA Gravel driveway Not ADA Dirt driveway Dirt driveway Dirt driveway Dirt driveway Not ADA Not ADA Dirt driveway Dirt driveway Not ADA

Right-of-Way (ROW) 15th Street is a city maintained local road within the City of Holly Hill, Florida. Parcel boundaries were obtained from Volusia County’s Geographic Information Services (GIS) website and used to assess the apparent right-of-way width along the study area. Table 2 summarizes the apparent right-of-way information, which is also reflected on the concept plan exhibits in Appendix A and the typical section in Appendix B. Right-of-way maps from FDOT were referenced to determine the right-of-way for the intersection of Nova Road and 15th Street. The FDOT right-of-way maps are presented in Appendix C. Table 2: Apparent Right-of-Way along 15th Street

Street 15th Street 15th Street 15th Street 15th Street

From – To Nova Road to Hammock Drive Hammock Drive to Hollypoint Apartments Hollypoint Apartments to Holly Hill School Holly Hill School to Center Avenue

Length 0.04 mi 0.16 mi 0.29 mi 0.21 mi

Apparent (ROW) Width Varies (47.9 - 48.4 ft.) Varies (52.1 - 62.4 ft.) Varies (41.2 - 59.6 ft.) Varies (39.9 - 40.9 ft.)

Utilities During the field review, the project team also made a utilities assessment along the study corridor. Overhead power lines are located along the corridor on the north side of 15th Street from Nova Road to Center Avenue. There are also two power poles on the south side of 15th Street close to Center Avenue. A total of 31 power poles were assessed during the field visit. The distance of the power poles from the edge of pavement varies from 3 feet to 20 feet. A power pole in front of the U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer will have to be relocated to fit the proposed sidewalk on the north side of the road.

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Existing Conditions

As shown in Figure 8, the utility pole and mailbox are within 3 feet of the roadway and will have to be moved. Two fire hydrants were also observed along the south side of 15th Street. Watermain valves and a gas marker were noted along the south side of the road. Sanitary sewer manholes were noted in the travel lane. A gas line, owned by TECO People’s Gas, runs parallel to 15th Street along the south side. GIS information for this gas line was not available.

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Figure 8: Utility power pole and mailbox

Storm drains were located in a few locations within the project corridor; Drainage swales up to five feet in depth located along the north side of the roadway beginning 100 feet east of Hammock Drive (Figure 9); Two 48” cross drains under 15th Street at North Canal, 600 feet east of Hammock Drive (Figure 10); Drainage swales up to five feet in depth located along the south side of the roadway beginning 400 feet east of North Canal; One wet detention pond located on the north Figure 9: Existing swale located on the north side side of 15th Street next to Holly Hill School; of 15th Street, 100 ft. east of Hammock Dr. and, Six side drains were located underneath existing driveways along the south side of 15th Street across from Holly Hill School to Central Avenue (Figure 11).

Figure 10: Two 48” pipes under 15th Street at North Canal

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Existing Conditions

A review of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for Volusia County showed that the study area is located within Zones AE and A. The FIRMs for the study area are included in Appendix D with the project limits shown in red. Zone A is located between Hammock Drive and North Canal, while Zone AE is located between North Canal and Holly Hill School. Impacts to these floodplains are expected to be insignificant and floodplain compensation unnecessary.

Figure 11: Existing side drain with two 24” pipes

Soils The proposed sidewalk traverses through Holopaw sand, Myakka-Myakka wet fine sands, Myakka variant fine sand, and Tuscawilla fine sand. All are poorly drained sandy soils. A soil map is included in Appendix E. This map was prepared through the Web Soil Survey (WSS) operated by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS).

Environmental The 15th Street Sidewalk Project is located in a residential area that is mostly built-out. The only remaining natural area along this roadway is an approximately 4-acre undeveloped parcel, north of 15th Street, between Hammock Drive and the Holly Point Apartments. The FEMA-designated Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) in the study area closely mimics the narrow swath of Tuscawilla Fine Sand. This soil type is a poorly drained, B/D hydrogroup soil, and is identified by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) as a hydric soil. Immediately west of the Holly Forest subdivision, south of 15th Street and the Holly Point Apartments, north of 15th Street, is an unnamed canal. This canal appears to collect surface water flow from the intermittent, open roadside swales north and south of 15th Street. This project is expected to be exempt from permitting because no significant adverse impacts individually or cumulatively will occur. Determination of qualification for an activity exemption can be obtained through one application and one $100 fee from the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD). The upland portions for this sidewalk project are believed to be exempt from permitting under 62-330.051 (4)(c), F.A.C exemption for minor roadway safety construction, alteration, or maintenance and operation because no work occurs in wetlands other than those in drainage ditches constructed in uplands, the project is not an alteration to a project

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Existing Conditions previously permitted under Part IV of Chapter 373, F.S., and all work is conducted in compliance with subsection 62-330.050 (9) F.A.C, and the sidewalk is limited to a width of six feet or less. The ditches are considered other surface waters and mitigation is not required for impacts to other surface waters. The wetland portions for this sidewalk project are believed to be exempt from permitting under the De Minimis Exemption, per Section 373.406 (6), F.S. The only wetland portion of the project occurs within the mixed wetland hardwoods in the vicinity of the undeveloped 4-acre parcel. This parcel abuts the canal and consists of American elm (Ulmus Americana), sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua), red maples (Acer rubrum), loblolly bay (Gordonia lasianthus), sugarberry (Celtis laevigata), and cabbage palm (Sabal palmetto). Once design details and potential wetland and surface water impacts are known, a pre-application meeting should be held with the SJRWMD to verify the project qualifies for an exemption. Permitting for wetland impacts is also regulated under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, which is administered by the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). The minimal impacts anticipated with this project likely qualify the project for the two Nationwide Permits: NWP 3 - Maintenance and NWP 14 – Linear Transportation Projects. Fees are not charged for Nationwide permits. Coordination with the permitting agency during the final design should occur to verify this assumption. Several listed species have the potential to occur in Volusia County, but due to the lack of suitable habitat within the project area, very few are likely to occur. This project is not within any Critical Habitat or the Consultation Area for any species. Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI) Element Occurrence data indicates that Least tern (Sterna antillarum) was confirmed to be breeding at Holly Hill Middle School. Least terns are designated by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) as Threatened. This confirmed sighting is from 1993. More recent sightings have not been recorded. Bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) are protected under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, even though the species has been delisted under the Endangered Species Act. Bald eagle nest VO123 is within a mile of the project, located south of Newport Road/LPGA Boulevard in the vicinity of 10th Street and State Avenue. This nest was surveyed by FWC in 2012 and was last known to be active in 2009. Volusia County is within a Central (Ocala) Bear Management Unit (BMU). Several nuisance Florida black bear (Ursus americanus floridanus) reports are catalogued in the FWC data all around the project area, the most recent report was from March 2015. The lack of suitable habitat and limited scope of this project makes it unlikely that protected species or other wildlife will be impacted by this project.

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Sidewalk Concept Plan

4 | SIDEWALK CONCEPT PLAN The following section outlines the sidewalk concept plans detailed in exhibits attached within Appendix A. The sidewalk concept plan section is described through sidewalk improvements along north and south side of 15th Street. The section also explains the drainage and utilities improvements for the concept plan.

Sidewalk, Driveways, and Cross Streets This section outlines the concept plan for sidewalk, driveways and cross streets and is separated by improvements on the north and south side of the roadway. This was done to help develop different cost estimates for construction of sidewalk along the north and south side of 15th Street.

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Construct a new five-foot wide four-inch thick concrete sidewalk along the north side of 15th Street beginning at Nova Road. Modify the existing curb ramp located at the northeast corner of Nova Road and 15th Street to tie to the new sidewalk. The sidewalk is generally located two feet from the edge of the road. o The first 90 feet of sidewalk will be adjacent to existing curb and gutter. There is not sufficient right-of-way available to construct a six-foot sidewalk as required by standards. A design variation will be required during final design. Construct a new asphalt driveway to replace the existing dirt access, just east of Hammock Drive in order to provide an ADA compliant crosswalk. Construct six-inch thick concrete sidewalk across the canal maintenance access. Immediately east of the maintenance access, as the sidewalk crosses the canal, construct sixfoot wide sidewalk with aluminum guiderail. Figure 12: Existing dirt access to be replaced East of the canal, continue new five-foot wide (east of Hammock Dr.) four-inch thick concrete sidewalk, generally located two feet from the road. Connect the proposed sidewalk to the existing sidewalk at the Hollypoint Apartments entrance. All existing sidewalk on the north side of 15th Street from the Hollypoint Apartments Entrance to Center Avenue to be removed and replaced in the same locations with new four-inch concrete sidewalk. Several areas of existing sidewalk are located outside of the apparent right-of-way. The City of Holly Hill will need to obtain a Temporary Construction Easement to replace the existing sidewalk.

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Two new six-inch thick concrete aprons are proposed between the Cedar Pointe Condo Entrance and the Holly Hill School exit, for ADA compliance. New detectable warnings and crosswalk striping are proposed at all side streets between Nova Road and Center Avenue, as well as new stop bars at Hammock Drive, and both Hollypoint Apartment entrances. The existing stop signs at these three side streets shall be relocated (as necessary) to be in line with the proposed stop bar, a minimum of four feet behind the proposed crosswalk.

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Construct a new curb ramp at the southeast corner of 15th Street and Nova Road. Reconstruct the existing drop curb to be ADA compliant. Remove all existing sidewalk on the south side of 15th Street from Nova Road to the Holly Pointe Apartments entrance, and replace in the same location with new four-inch concrete Figure 13: Example of existing cracked sidewalk. sections of sidewalk on south side of 15th St. Mill and resurface existing business entrance located just east of Nova Road and place new cross walk and stop bar stripes. Construct six-inch thick concrete sidewalk across the canal maintenance access. Immediately east of the maintenance access, as the sidewalk crosses the canal, replace the existing guiderail with new aluminum guiderail. Construct a new five-foot wide four-inch thick concrete sidewalk along the south side of 15th Street beginning where the existing sidewalk currently ends. Sidewalk is generally located four feet from the edge of the road. Construct new aluminum guiderail along the back of sidewalk in areas where the ditch slopes and location are a hazard as defined in the FDOT Plans Preparation Manual. The exact limits of handrail shall be determined during final design. Where possible, the ditch should be graded to eliminate the need for handrail. o Just west of the Holly Hill School Exit, right-of-way will be needed in order to construct the proposed sidewalk (parcel: 42-14-32-40-46-0010) As the sidewalk nears the Holly Hill School Exit, the alignment of the new sidewalk should shift closer to the road to stay within the right-of-way; generally being located between 1.5 and two feet from the edge of the road. Approaching Center Avenue, and several single family homes, shift the proposed sidewalk to be located approximately five feet from the edge of the road to allow space for mailboxes to be located in front of the new sidewalk.

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New ADA compliant six-inch thick concrete aprons are proposed at all residential driveways (seven in total) along the south side of 15th Street. Tie proposed five-foot wide, four-inch thick concrete sidewalk to the existing sidewalk located along the west side of Center Avenue.

NOTE: Given the limited right-of-way throughout the corridor, specifically on the eastern end towards Center Avenue, the proposed new sections of sidewalk shall maintain a minimum fivefoot width throughout the corridor (meeting ADA standards), with a 2-foot offset from the edge of pavement to the new sidewalk, where feasible. In cases where there is not enough right-of-way to construct sidewalk around an obstruction, there are three options: » »

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The sidewalk can be shifted closer to the road where the obstruction is located. Second option is to maintain the alignment of the sidewalk and construct a reduced sidewalk adjacent to the obstruction – a minimum sidewalk width of 36 inches is required by ADA standards. The third option is to acquire necessary right-of-way to construct the sidewalk behind the obstruction. The Engineer of Record shall evaluate each obstruction during the design phase of this project to make a final determination on the alignment of the sidewalk.

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The existing drainage swale that is located along the north side of 15th Street, 100 feet east of Hammock Drive for 150 feet towards the east, will be impacted by the proposed sidewalk. This area will require a new inlet and piping. The existing drainage swale and headwall, located along the south side of 15th Street from the western entrance of Holly Hill Apartments to just west of the exit driveway for Holly Hill School, will be impacted by the proposed sidewalk (Figure 14). This area will require new inlets and piping. Replace the six (6) side drains that are located along the south side of 15th Street, across from Holly Hill School to Central Avenue.

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Figure 14: Existing swale that will be impacted by proposed sidewalk

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Sidewalk Concept Plan

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The existing power pole and mailbox in front of U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer will have to be relocated to accommodate the proposed sidewalk on the north side. The mailbox in front of parcel: 42-14-32-04-340010 will have to be relocated to accommodate the proposed sidewalk on the south side. Existing watermain located along the south side of 15th Street will likely need to be relocated due to the construction of storm sewer pipes and drainage structures.

Figure 15: Example of utility power pole and mailbox to be relocated

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Financial Feasibility

5 | FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY This section summarizes preliminary cost estimates for the design and construction of the proposed sidewalk improvements along 15th Street. Tables 3 and 4, summarize the estimates for the north and south section, respectively. This cost estimate is completed for the purposes of the feasibility study and to allow the River to Sea TPO and City of Holly Hill to prioritize planned sidewalk improvements. The item numbers and units of measurement are based on FDOT’s Basis of Estimates Manual. The preliminary cost estimates do not include power pole relocation, tree removal, wetland assessment, or permitting fees that may be associated with the final design phase. The unit prices are based on historical average costs for each pay item provided by FDOT. Based on the small nature and size of the project some unit prices may have been inflated. To adjust for potential future increases in the project’s cost estimates, an annual inflationary factor was applied based on FDOT guidelines. The FDOT provides annual inflation factors for roadway construction costs. A listing of the FDOT approved inflation factors through 2028 is available in Appendix F. The cost estimate for the construction of the proposed sidewalk along the north side of 15th Street is $360,510. The cost estimate for the construction of the proposed sidewalk along the south side of 15th Street is $757,659. The cost estimate for the south side sidewalk is significantly higher than the north side due to the drainage component requirements to pipe the existing swale along the south side of 15th Street. The breakdown for cost estimates using the FDOT inflation factors is as follows: »

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North Side: o Year 1 Inflation-Adjusted Estimate (2018) - $370,244 o Year 2 Inflation-Adjusted Estimate (2019) - $380,669 o Year 3 Inflation-Adjusted Estimate (2020) - $390,433 South Side: o Year 1 Inflation-Adjusted Estimate (2018) - $778,116 o Year 2 Inflation-Adjusted Estimate (2019) - $800,088 o Year 3 Inflation-Adjusted Estimate (2020) - $820,545

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Table 3: North Side Sidewalk Quantities and Cost Estimates ENGINEER'S ESTIMATE OF PROBABLE CONSTRUCTION COST NORTH SIDE PAY ITEM NO.

ITEM DESCRIPTION

UNIT

BASE QTY

BASE UNIT COST

101-1 102-1 104-10-3 104-11 104-18 110-1-1 110-7-1 120-1 120-6 160-4 285-706 327-70-1 334-1-12 337-7-40 425-1-563 430-174-115 430-174-124 430-174-136 430-984-123 430-984-138 515-1-2 522-1 522-2 527-2 570-1-2 700-1-11 700-1-60 711-11-123 711-11-125

MOBILIZATION MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC SEDIMENT BARRIER FLOATING TURBIDITY BARRIER INLET PROTECTION SYSTEM CLEARING AND GRUBBING MAILBOX, F&I SINGLE REGULAR EXCAVATION EMBANKMENT TYPE B STABILIZATION OPTIONAL BASE, BASE GROUP 6 MILLING EXIST ASPHALT PAVT 1"AVG DEPTH SUPERPAVE ASPHALTIC CONCRETE (TRAFFIC B) (3") FRICTION COURSE, TRAFFIC B, FC-9.5 (1") INLETS, DT BOT,TYPE F, J BOT, <10' PIPE CULV, OPT MATL, ROUND,15"SD PIPE CULV, OPT MATL, ROUND, 24"SD PIPE CULV, OPT MATL, ROUND, 36"SD MITERED END SECT, OPTIONAL RD, 15" SD MITERED END SECT, OPTIONAL RD, 36" SD PIPE HANDRAIL-GUIDERAIL, ALUMINUM CONCRETE SIDEWALK, 4" THICK CONCRETE SIDEWALK, 6" THICK DETECTABLE WARNING (RETROFIT) (PREFORMED THERMO) PERFORMANCE TURF, SOD SINGLE POST SIGN (FURNISH AND INSTALL) SINGLE SIGN POST (REMOVE) THERMOPLASTIC, STD, WHITE, SOLID, 12" THERMOPLASTIC, STD, WHITE, SOLID, 24"

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1 1 1

FDOT Inflation-Adjusted Estimate Year 1 Inflation-adjusted Estimate (2018) Year 2 Inflation-adjusted Estimate (2019) Year 3 Inflation-adjusted Estimate (2020)

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Inflation Factor 2.7% 2.8% 2.6%

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$

10% 10% 1.60 9.59 112.22 8,400.00 148.00 10.00 15.00 3.00 20.00 2.00 96.00 97.00 8,400.00 98.87 85.42 101.21 1,042.17 2,900.23 33.00 33.50 46.00 30.00 2.20 329.00 22.00 1.00 1.40 SUBTOTAL 10% 30% 8,000.00 TOTAL

PDC Multiplier 1.027 1.056 1.083

TOTAL COST

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

15,805 15,805 2,808 173 1,234 2,184 148 3,303 1,563 381 2,400 312 1,901 1,474 8,400 989 13,838 12,145 1,042 2,900 1,980 58,592 31,510 6,780 565 658 66 656 52 189,665

$ 18,966 $ 143,878.79 $ 8,000 $ 360,510 Adjusted Cost Estimate $ 370,244 $ 380,699 $ 390,433

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Table 4: South Side Sidewalk Quantities and Cost Estimates ENGINEER'S ESTIMATE OF PROBABLE CONSTRUCTION COST SOUTH SIDE PAY ITEM NO.

ITEM DESCRIPTION

101-1 102-1 104-10-3 104-11 104-18 110-1-1 110-7-1 120-1 120-6 160-4 285-706 327-70-1 334-1-12 337-7-40 425-1-563 430-174-115 430-174-124 430-174-136 430-175-115 430-984-123 430-984-129 515-1-2 522-1 522-2 527-2 570-1-2 700-1-11 700-1-60 711-11-123 711-11-125 1050-14-003 1080-21-400

N/A N/A N/A N/A

UNIT

BASE QTY

MOBILIZATION MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC SEDIMENT BARRIER FLOATING TURBIDITY BARRIER INLET PROTECTION SYSTEM CLEARING AND GRUBBING MAILBOX, F&I SINGLE REGULAR EXCAVATION EMBANKMENT TYPE B STABILIZATION OPTIONAL BASE, BASE GROUP 6 MILLING EXIST ASPHALT PAVT 1"AVG DEPTH SUPERPAVE ASPHALTIC CONCRETE (TRAFFIC B) (3") FRICTION COURSE, TRAFFIC B, FC-9.5 (1") INLETS, DT BOT,TYPE F, J BOT, <10' PIPE CULV, OPT MATL, ROUND,15"SD PIPE CULV, OPT MATL, ROUND, 24"SD PIPE CULV, OPT MATL, ROUND, 36"SD PIPE CULV, OPT MATL, ROUND,15"CD MITERED END SECT, OPTIONAL RD, 15" SD MITERED END SECT, OPTIONAL RD, 24" SD PIPE HANDRAIL-GUIDERAIL, ALUMINUM CONCRETE SIDEWALK, 4" THICK CONCRETE SIDEWALK, 6" THICK DETECTABLE WARNING (RETROFIT) (PREFORMED THERMO) PERFORMANCE TURF, SOD SINGLE POST SIGN (FURNISH AND INSTALL) SINGLE SIGN POST (REMOVE) THERMOPLASTIC, STD, WHITE, SOLID, 12" THERMOPLASTIC, STD, WHITE, SOLID, 24" UTILITY PIPE,UTILITY PIPE, RELOCATE, 5-7.9" UTILITY FIXTURE, VALVE/METER BOX, RELOCATE

LS LS LF LF EA AC EA CY CY SY SY SY TN TN EA LF LF LF LF EA EA LF SY SY SF SY AS AS LF LF LF EA

1 1 2814 18 9 0.35 1 722 1013 40 33 111 5.4 7.9 6.0 231.0 1016.0 35.0 35.0 11.0 1.0 860 1917 1807 60 1406 3 4 154 18 1000 3

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LS LS SF LS

1 1 3129 1

BASE UNIT COST

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $

10% 10% 1.60 9.59 112.22 8,400.00 148.00 10.00 15.00 3.00 20.00 2.00 96.00 97.00 8,400.00 98.87 85.42 161.58 161.58 1,042.17 1,519.55 33.00 33.50 46.00 30.00 2.20 329.00 22.00 1.00 1.40 40.00 1,065.00 SUBTOTAL 10% 30% 25.00 8,000.00

TOTAL FDOT Inflation-Adjusted Estimate Year 1 Inflation-adjusted Estimate (2018) Year 2 Inflation-adjusted Estimate (2019) Year 3 Inflation-adjusted Estimate (2020)

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Inflation Factor 2.7% 2.8% 2.6%

PDC Multiplier 1.027 1.056 1.083

TOTAL COST

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

39,966 39,966 4,502 173 1,010 2,940 148 7,220 15,195 120 660 222 518 766 50,400 22,839 86,787 5,655 5,655 11,464 1,520 28,380 64,220 83,122 1,800 3,093 987 88 154 25 40,000 3,195 479,596

$ 47,959.60 $ 143,878.79 $ 78,225 $ 8,000 $ 757,659 Adjusted Cost Estimate $ 778,116 $ 800,088 $ 820,545

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Conclusion

6 | CONCLUSION The purpose of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of constructing sidewalk along 15th Street to provide a continuous sidewalk network from Nova Road to Center Avenue. The proposed sidewalk includes: Construction of new sidewalk along the north side of 15th Street from Nova Road to Hollypoint Apartments, and replacement of existing sidewalk along the north side from Hollypoint Apartments to Center Avenue; and, Replacement of existing sidewalk along the south side of 15th Street from Nova Road to Hollypoint Apartments, and construction of new sidewalk along the south side from Hollypoint Apartments to Center Avenue.

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The two proposed sidewalk concept plans are presented within this study as two separate options to help the River to Sea TPO and City of Holly Hill prioritize funding available with planned improvements. Additional improvements such as new driveway turnouts and striping along the edge of pavement are recommended along the study corridor in order to meet ADA standards. These features are detailed within Appendix A. As a result of this study, it has been determined that constructing this sidewalk is feasible with the following conditions: »

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North Side Sidewalk o Relocation of utility pole and mailbox in front of U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer. o Obtain temporary construction easement to replace existing sidewalk where it is located outside of right-of-way. South Side Sidewalk o Approximate 3,129 Sq. Ft. of right-of-way will need to be acquired from parcel 42-14-32-40-46-0010, which is currently a residential community called Holly Forest. Prior to design and right-of-way acquisition, updated right-of-way maps will need to be generated. Estimated cost of the right-of-way acquisition is provided in Table 4. o Obtain temporary easement for driveway milling and resurfacing and ditch regrading .

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References

7 | REFERENCES Data collection sources used in the report included the following: » » » » » » » » » » » »

City of Holly Hill, http://www.hollyhillfl.org/ River to Sea TPO, http://www.r2ctpo.org/ River to Sea TPO, 2016 Application for Project Prioritization – FEASIBILITY STUDY National Resources Conservation Service, Web Soil Survey, http://websoilsurvey.nrcs.usda.gov/app FDOT Transportation Costs Reports FDOT 2014 Basis of Estimates Manual FDOT 2014/2015 APLUS Aerials Volusia County Property Appraiser’s Land Mapping System Volusia County GIS Data FEMA Maps Service Center (FIRM Maps) Holly Hill Elementary School Bicycle and Pedestrian School Safety Review Study, Hoke Design, Inc., March 2007 ArcGIS ESRI Basemaps

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Appendices

A | APPENDIX A – CONCEPT PLAN

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UTILITY POLE

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DBI

O E

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CURB INLET

REPLACE EXIST. 15" CMP W/ PROP. 15" PIPE AND MES

OUTFALL STRUCTURE ENDWALL UTILITY BOXES

PROPOSED 5' SIDEWALK

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MES

VA NO

I

M

RELOCATE STOP SIGN AND STOP BAR

WATER METER MAILBOX FRONT OF SIDEWALK BACK OF SIDEWALK RIGHT-OF-WAY EDGE OF PAVEMENT

RELOCATE POWER POLE AND MAILBOX APPROX. 20 FT NORTHEAST OF 15TH ST. AND CLOSER TO FENCE EXIST. FENCE TO BE RESET BY PROPERTY OWNER. CITY OF HOLLY HILL TO COORDINATE

763

GUIDERAIL

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PARCEL ID NUMBER

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CITY OF HOLLY HILL TO OBTAIN TEMPORARY EASEMENT OR RIGHT-OF ENTRY AGREEMENT WITH THE PROPERTY OWNER IN ORDER TO REPAIR ASPHALT DRIVEWAY.

BEGIN REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK

MILLING AND RESURFACING, CROSSWALK AND STOP BAR CONNECT EXIST. 36" PIPE TO PROP. INLET EXIT. MES TO BE REMOVED

REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK

N

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VA NO

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RD

PROP. 36" PIPE

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DATE

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SHEET

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MES

CURB INLET OUTFALL STRUCTURE ENDWALL UTILITY BOXES WATER METER MAILBOX FRONT OF SIDEWALK BACK OF SIDEWALK

EXIST. 2- 24" PIPES TO BE REPLACED

RIGHT-OF-WAY EDGE OF PAVEMENT GUIDERAIL DETECTABLE WARNING

N 0

EXIST. 24" PIPE TO BE REPLACED PROPOSED 6' SIDEWALK WITH ALUMINUM GUIDERAIL

WITH

EXIST. SPEED LIMIT TO BE RELOCATED

6" CONCRETE

P P

P E

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15TH ST D

E O

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REGRADE TO ELIMINATE DROP OFF AT THE BACK OF SIDEWALK (6.5"-7")

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CONNECT PROPOSED STORM SEWER PIPING TO EXIST. INLET

CANAL

NTENANCE ACCESS MAI

6" CONCRETE

PROP. 36" MES

DESCRIPTION

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WITH

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DATE

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CANAL

H

NTENANCE ACCESS MAI

LEGEND

REPLACE EXIST. GUIDERAIL WITH 50' OF ALUM. GUIDERAIL EXIST. 36" PIPE TO REMAIN EXIST. 2-48" CROSS DRAIN TO REMAIN

STATE OF FLORIDA DESCRIPTION

SHEET

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

15TH STREET SIDEWALK

®

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MES

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N

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0

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GUIDERAIL

RE-STRIPE CROSSWALK

DETECTABLE WARNING EXIST. 15" PIPE WITH MES TO REMAIN

REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK

PROPOSED DITCH BOTTOM INLET TYPE F

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54. 9'

EXIST. WATER VALVE TO BE RELOCATED

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U

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P 8. 5'

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I

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E

NTE CONDO ENTRANCE CEDAR POI

APARTMENTS ENTRANCE

NTE HOLLY POI

APARTMENTS ENTRANCE

NTE HOLLY POI

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WATER

WATER

E E BEGIN ALUM. GUIDERAIL EXIST. ENDWALL TO BE REMOVED CONNECT EXIST. 15" PIPE TO PROP. INLET MILLING AND RESURFACING, CROSSWALK AND STOP BAR REPLACE EXIST. CURB RAMPS TO BE ADA COMPLIANT EXIST. SIDEWALK END SIGN TO BE REMOVED

PROPOSED 24" PIPE PROPOSED DITCH BOTTOM INLET TYPE F

PROPOSED DITCH BOTTOM INLET TYPE F EXIST. 6" PVC WATER MAIN TO BE RELOCATED

REPLACE EXIST. CURB TO BE ADA COMPLIANT

PROPOSED DITCH BOTTOM INLET TYPE F

PROPOSED 24" PIPE

PROPOSED 5' SIDEWALK

END REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK BEGIN PROPOSED 5' SIDEWALK RE-STRIPE CROSSWALK

PROPOSED 24" PIPE PROPOSED ALUMINUM GUIDERAIL OBTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT TO REGRADE DITCH

PROPOSED 24" PIPE

REMOVE EXIST. ENDWALL AND CONNECT EXIST. 15" PIPE TO PROP. INLET

REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK PROPOSED STORM SEWER PIPING AREA

EXIST. TREE TO REMAIN

REVISIONS

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DATE

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SHEET

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

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M

MES

CURB INLET OUTFALL STRUCTURE

N

ENDWALL UTILITY BOXES 0

WATER METER

10

MAILBOX

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RE-STRIPE CROSSWALK

GUIDERAIL REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK

REPLACE EXIST. 5' CONC. SIDEWALK WITH INSTANTANEOUS 3.5' AROUND THE POWER POLE

PROPOSED ADA COMPLIANT CONC. TURNOUT CONNECT EXIST. 15" PIPE TO PROP. INLET

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END ALUM. GUIDERAIL

DBI

CUR

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DET

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40. 7'

DETECTABLE WARNING

HYD

15TH ST

P 2. 0'

EDGE OF PAVEMENT

LEGEND

PROPOSED ALUMINUM GUIDERAIL

PROPOSED ALUMINUM GUIDERAIL

APPROX. 3129 SF OF RW TO BE ACQUIRED

PROPOSED 5' SIDEWALK

REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK

EXIST. SCHOOL SPEED LIMIT SIGN TO REMAIN

PROPOSED 24" PIPE

END ALUM. GUIDERAIL PROPOSED DITCH BOTTOM INLET TYPE F

PROPOSED 24" PIPE EXIST. 6" PVC WATER MAIN TO BE RELOCATED

OBTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT TO REGRADE DITCH

PROPOSED DITCH BOTTOM INLET TYPE F PROPOSED 24" PIPE AND 24" MES PROPOSED STORM SEWER PIPING AREA

REVISIONS

DATE

DESCRIPTION

DATE

STATE OF FLORIDA DESCRIPTION

SHEET

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

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HYDRANT

P

UTILITY POLE

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DBI

I O E U W

M

MES

CURB INLET

N

OUTFALL STRUCTURE ENDWALL 0

UTILITY BOXES WATER METER

10

50

Feet

MAILBOX FRONT OF SIDEWALK BACK OF SIDEWALK

OBTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT TO REPLACE EXIST. SIDEWALK

EDGE OF PAVEMENT GUIDERAIL DETECTABLE WARNING

P 5. 0'

3. 0'

15TH ST

P 40. 2'

P

P

5. 0'

P

P 2. 0'

1. 5'

40. 5'

REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK

L O O H Y SC NL O LL I E H C Y N LL RA O T H EN

RIGHT-OF-WAY

H

H

PROPOSED ADA COMPLIANT CONC. TURNOUT

REPLACE EXIST. 12" CMP WITH PROP. 15" PIPE AND MES

NDA AVE LI

EXIST. MAILBOX TO REMAIN

PROPOSED ADA COMPLIANT CONC. TURNOUT OBTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT TO REGRADE DITCH

EXIST. BRICK MAILBOX TO REMAIN

PROPOSED 5' SIDEWALK

CITY OF HOLLY HILL TO OBTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT TO REGRADE EXIST. DITCH

REVISIONS

DATE

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DATE

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SHEET

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LEGEND H

HYDRANT

P

UTILITY POLE

D

DBI

I O E U W

M

MES

CURB INLET OUTFALL STRUCTURE OBTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT TO REPLACE EXIST. SIDEWALK

ENDWALL UTILITY BOXES WATER METER MAILBOX

0

BACK OF SIDEWALK

50

Feet

END REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK

EDGE OF PAVEMENT GUIDERAIL DETECTABLE WARNING

REPLACE EXIST. CONC. SIDEWALK RE-STRIPE CROSSWALK

PP D

39. 9'

5. 0'

40. 1'

P

4. 0'

L O O H Y SC NL O LL I E H C Y N LL RA O T H EN

RIGHT-OF-WAY

P

15TH ST

15TH ST

P EXIST. MAILBOX TO REMAIN

PROPOSED ADA COMPLIANT CONC. TURNOUT

REPLACE EXIST. 12" CMP WITH PROP. 15" PIPE AND MES

REPLACE EXIST. 12" CMP WITH PROP. 15" PIPE AND MES EXIST. MAILBOX TO BE RELOCATED REPLACE EXIST. 2- 8" CMP WITH PROP. 15" PIPE AND MES PROPOSED ADA COMPLIANT CONC. TURNOUT

END PROJECT

PROPOSED ADA COMPLIANT CONC. TURNOUT

CENTER AVE

NDA AVE LI

10

PROPOSED SIDEWALK AS PARTOF CENTER AVENUE SIDEWALK PROJECT

FRONT OF SIDEWALK

P

N

PROPOSED 5' SIDEWALK CITY OF HOLLY HILL TO OBTAIN TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT IN ORDER TO REGRADE EXIST. DITCH EXIST. 15" PIPE TO BE EXTENDED AND PROP. MES

EXIST. STOP/STREET SIGN TO BE RELOCATED

CROSSWALK END PROPOSED 5' SIDEWALK TIE TO EXIST. SIDEWALK PROPOSED ADA COMPLIANT CONC. TURNOUT PROPOSED SIDEWALK AS PART CITY OF HOLLY HILL TO OBTAIN TEMPORARY OF CENTER AVENUE SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT IN ORDER TO PROJECT REGRADE EXIST. DITCH REVISIONS

DATE

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DATE

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CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT

APPARENT R/W LINE

APPARENT R/W LINE

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SOD

5'

SOD VARIES 2'-9'

EXISTING EOP

10'

10'

SOD VARIES 2'-5'

SOD

5'

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M

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2 MAX. 0 . 0

EXIST. CONCRETE SIDEWALK

15TH STREET TYPICAL SECTION PROPOSED SIDEWALK

PROPOSED CONCRETE SIDEWALK

REVISIONS

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

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This product is generated from the USDA-NRCS certified data as of the version date(s) listed below.

Miscellaneous Water Perennial Water

Soil Survey Area: Volusia County, Florida Survey Area Data: Version 15, Sep 20, 2016

Rock Outcrop Saline Spot

Soil map units are labeled (as space allows) for map scales 1:50,000 or larger.

Sandy Spot Severely Eroded Spot

Date(s) aerial images were photographed: 18, 2013

Sinkhole Slide or Slip

Dec 12, 2013—Dec

The orthophoto or other base map on which the soil lines were compiled and digitized probably differs from the background imagery displayed on these maps. As a result, some minor shifting of map unit boundaries may be evident.

Sodic Spot

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Map Unit Legend Volusia County, Florida (FL127) Map Unit Symbol

Map Unit Name

Acres in AOI

Percent of AOI

26

Holopaw sand

0.4

5.0%

32

Myakka-Myakka, wet, fine sands, 0 to 2 percent slopes

3.5

41.5%

36

Myakka variant fine sand

0.4

5.1%

69

Tuscawilla fine sand

4.1

48.4%

8.6

100.0%

Totals for Area of Interest

Map Unit Descriptions The map units delineated on the detailed soil maps in a soil survey represent the soils or miscellaneous areas in the survey area. The map unit descriptions, along with the maps, can be used to determine the composition and properties of a unit. A map unit delineation on a soil map represents an area dominated by one or more major kinds of soil or miscellaneous areas. A map unit is identified and named according to the taxonomic classification of the dominant soils. Within a taxonomic class there are precisely defined limits for the properties of the soils. On the landscape, however, the soils are natural phenomena, and they have the characteristic variability of all natural phenomena. Thus, the range of some observed properties may extend beyond the limits defined for a taxonomic class. Areas of soils of a single taxonomic class rarely, if ever, can be mapped without including areas of other taxonomic classes. Consequently, every map unit is made up of the soils or miscellaneous areas for which it is named and some minor components that belong to taxonomic classes other than those of the major soils. Most minor soils have properties similar to those of the dominant soil or soils in the map unit, and thus they do not affect use and management. These are called noncontrasting, or similar, components. They may or may not be mentioned in a particular map unit description. Other minor components, however, have properties and behavioral characteristics divergent enough to affect use or to require different management. These are called contrasting, or dissimilar, components. They generally are in small areas and could not be mapped separately because of the scale used. Some small areas of strongly contrasting soils or miscellaneous areas are identified by a special symbol on the maps. If included in the database for a given area, the contrasting minor components are identified in the map unit descriptions along with some characteristics of each. A few areas of minor components may not have been observed, and consequently they are not mentioned in the descriptions, especially where the pattern was so complex that it was impractical to make enough observations to identify all the soils and miscellaneous areas on the landscape. The presence of minor components in a map unit in no way diminishes the usefulness or accuracy of the data. The objective of mapping is not to delineate pure taxonomic classes but rather to separate the landscape into landforms or landform segments that have similar use and management requirements. The delineation of such segments

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Appendices

F | APPENDIX F – FDOT INFLATION FACTORS

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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION COSTS REPORTS

Inflation Factors _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

This “Transportation Costs” report is one of a series of reports issued by the Office of Policy Planning. It provides information on inflation factors and other indices that may be used to convert Present Day Costs (PDC) to Year Of Expenditure costs (YOE) or vice versa. This report is updated annually when the factors are posted within the FDOT Work Program Instructions. Please note that the methodology for Inflationary adjustments relating to specific transportation projects should be addressed with the district office where the project will be located. For general use or non-specific areas, the guidelines provided herein may be used for inflationary adjustments. Construction Cost Inflation Factors The table on the next page includes the inflation factors and present day cost (PDC) multipliers that are applied to the Department’s Work Program for highway construction costs expressed in Fiscal Year 2017 dollars. Other Transportation Cost Inflation Factors Other indices may be used to adjust project costs for other transportation modes or nonconstruction components of costs. Examples are as follows: The Consumer Price Index (CPI, also retail price index) is a weighted average of prices of a specified set of products and services purchased by wage earners in urban areas. As such, it provides one measure of inflation. The CPI is a fixed quantity price index and a reasonable cost-of-living index. The Employment Cost Index (ECI) is based on the National Compensation Survey. It measures quarterly changes in compensation costs, which include wages, salaries, and other employer costs for civilian workers (nonfarm private industry and state and local government). The monthly series, Producer Price Index for Other Non-residential Construction, is available from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). It is not exclusively a highway construction index, but it is the best available national estimate of changes in highway costs from month to month.

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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION COSTS REPORTS

Work Program Highway Construction Cost Inflation Factors Fiscal Year

Inflation Factor

PDC Multiplier

2017 Base 1.000 2018 2.7% 1.027 2019 2.8% 1.056 2020 2.6% 1.083 2021 2.5% 1.110 2022 2.7% 1.140 2023 2.8% 1.172 2024 2.9% 1.206 2025 3.0% 1.242 2026 3.1% 1.281 2027 3.2% 1.322 2028 3.3% 1.365 2029 3.3% 1.410 2030 3.3% 1.457 2031 3.3% 1.505 2032 3.3% 1.555 2033 3.3% 1.606 2034 3.3% 1.659 2035 3.3% 1714 2036 3.3% 1.770 2037 3.3% 1.829 Source: Office of Work Program and Budget, (Fiscal Year 2017 is July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017)

Advisory Inflation Factors For Previous Years Another “Transportation Costs” report covers highway construction cost inflation for previous years. “Advisory Inflation Factors For Previous Years (1987-2015) provides Present Day Cost (PDC) multipliers that enable project cost estimates from previous years to be updated to FY 2015. This report is updated about once a year. For the table and text providing this information, please go to http://www.dot.state.fl.us/planning/policy/costs/RetroCostInflation.pdf.

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