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Oct 16, 2012 - Implement an adaptive traffic signal control system on SR 40 from Main Trail to Tymber Creek Road. Total project ... From: To: Jursidic...

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REVISED ATTACHMENT “A” Resolution 2012-## Amending the

FY 2012/13 to FY 2016/17 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

October 23, 2012

 

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

Section V - Traffic Operations, ITS & Safety Projects

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

Candidate-2012-3

ADD NEW PROJECT

SR 40 Adaptive traffic signal control system Work Summary:

TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/SYSTEM

Trans System:

NON-INTRASTATE STATE HIGHWAY

Fund Phase Source CST CST

XU (SU) LF

Total

Project Description:

Non-SIS From:

Main Trail

To:

Tymber Creek Road

Jursidiction:

City of Ormond Beach

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

Total

401,223 44,580

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

401,223 44,580

445,803

0

0

0

0

445,803

Implement an adaptive traffic signal control system on SR 40 from Main Trail to Tymber Creek Road. Total project cost is $445,803.

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

Candidate-2012-4

ADD NEW PROJECT

City of New Smyrna Beach Traffic Signal Preemption Work Summary:

TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/SYSTEM

Non-SIS From:

City-wide

To: Trans System:

NON-SYSTEM SPECIFIC

Fund Phase Source CST CST

XU (SU) LF

Total

Project Description:

Jursidiction:

City of New Smyrna Beach

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

Total

181,249 20,139

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

181,249 20,139

201,388

0

0

0

0

201,388

Install traffic preemption equipment on twenty-three traffic lights within the New Smyrna Beach City limits. Total project cost is $201,388.

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

Candidate-2012-5

ADD NEW PROJECT

LED Traffic Signal Replacement - Daytona Beach Work Summary:

Non-SIS

TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/SYSTEM

From:

City-wide

To: Trans System:

NON-SYSTEM SPECIFIC

Fund Phase Source CST CST

XU (SU) LF

Total

Project Description:

Jursidiction:

City of Daytona Beach

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

Total

101,306 75,313

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

101,306 75,313

176,619

0

0

0

0

176,619

The City of Daytona Beach is requesting to upgrade 42 traffic control signals to energy efficient LEDs. This would complete the conversion of the City's 100 traffic control signals to LEDs. Total project cost is $176,619.

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

Candidate-2012-6

ADD NEW PROJECT

LED Traffic Signal Replacement - DeLand Work Summary:

Non-SIS

TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/SYSTEM

From:

City-wide

To: Trans System:

NON-SYSTEM SPECIFIC

Fund Phase Source CST CST

XU (SU) LF

Total

Project Description:

Jursidiction:

City of DeLand

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

Total

63,000 7,000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

63,000 7,000

70,000

0

0

0

0

70,000

Change out existing traffic signal heads to lower wattage LED traffic signal heads. There are 14 intersections identified by Volusia County that need to be converted. Total project cost is $70,000.

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

Section VIII - Bicycle, Pedestrian & Enhancement Projects

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

4302172

ADD NEW PHASE

Alabama Av Multi-Use Trail - Minnesota to US 92 Work Summary:

Trans System:

XU (SU) LF

Total

Project Description:

BIKE PATH/TRAIL

OFF STATE HWY SYS/OFF FED SYS

Fund Phase Source CST CST

Non-SIS From:

Minnesota Av

To:

US 92

Jursidiction:

City of DeLand

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

Total

675,000 75,000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

675,000 75,000

750,000

0

0

0

0

750,000

Construct a multi-use trail, with a preferred width of 12 ft., along Garfield Avenue from an existing trail on US 92 to Minnesota Avenue. Funding for construction has not yet been identified. A related project, FM# 4302171, addresses the construction of a trail segment from the existing trail on US 92, northward along Marsh Road, to the Sperling Sports Complex. Total project cost is $900,000 including $150,000 design costs in FY 2011/2012.

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

4302281

ADD NEW PHASE

Herbert Street Sidewalk - Southside Work Summary:

Trans System:

XU (SU) LF

Total

Project Description:

SIDEWALK

OFF STATE HWY SYS/OFF FED SYS

Fund Phase Source CST CST

Non-SIS From:

Golden Gate Dr

To:

SR 5A (Nova Rd)

Jursidiction:

City of Port Orange

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

Total

173,739 19,304

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

173,739 19,304

193,043

0

0

0

0

193,043

The project is to complete the sidewalk within the existing gap along the south side of Herbert Street from Golden Gate Drive (opposite the entrance to Silver Sands Middle School) to SR 5A (Nova Rd). Project length: approx. 3,000 ft. Total project cost is $ 209,043 including $16,000 in design costs in FY 2011/2012.

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

4302341

ADD NEW PHASE

Highbanks Road Sidewalk (North Side) Work Summary:

Trans System:

XU (SU) LF

Total

Project Description:

SIDEWALK

OFF STATE HWY SYS/OFF FED SYS

Fund Phase Source CST CST

Non-SIS From:

Donald Smith Boulevard

To:

Rob Sullivan Park

Jursidiction:

City of DeBary

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

Total

178,200 21,384

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

178,200 21,384

199,584

0

0

0

0

199,584

Replace existing 5-ft wide sidewalk along the north side of Highbanks Road between Donald Smith Boulevard and Rob Sullivan Park with a new 8-ft wide sidewalk. Total project cost is $211,083 including $11,500 design costs in FY 2011/2012.

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

Volusia TPO Transportation Improvement Program - FY 2012/13 - 2016/17

4302351

ADD NEW PHASE

Acadian Drive Sidewalk

Non-SIS

Work Summary:

Trans System:

OFF STATE HWY SYS/OFF FED SYS

Fund Phase Source CST CST

XU (SU) LF

Total

Project Description:

SIDEWALK

From:

Providence Blvd

To:

Elkcam Blvd

Jursidiction:

City of Deltona

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

Total

40,500 4,500

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

40,500 4,500

45,000

0

0

0

0

45,000

Construct new sidewalk along Acadian Drive between Providence Boulelvard and Elkcam Boulevard. Total project cost is $ 61,500 including $16,500 design costs in FY 2011/2012.

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Attachment A - Resolution 2012-25 [REVISED 10/10/12]

10/17/2012

Introduction and Overview Volusia TPO CAC and TCC  October 16, 2012 Corridor Improvement Program (CIP) Phase I: Assessment of US 17‐92



• • •

Study Area: US 17-92 from Seminole County line to the Putnam County Line South Section: Seminole County line to Spring Garden Avenue North Section: Spring Garden Avenue to Putnam County line Four cities and Volusia County

Pierson

DeLand Orange City

DeBary

Project Scope •

• •



Data Collection •Volusia TPO Transportation Plans •Comprehensive Plans •Freight Movement Studies •Origin Destination Studies •CRA Plans/Vision Plans/Area Plans •Corridor Studies •Pedestrian/Bicycle Studies and Plans •Streetscape Plans and Projects •Transit Development Plans (Votran) •Commuter Rail Plans (SunRail) •Intersection Improvements •Development Master Plans (DRIs) •SIS Plans and Design Standards

Collect Studies, Plans and Data, Analysis of Existing Conditions and Develop GIS Interface Identify and Meet with Stakeholders Review Functional Classification and Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Requirements and Procedures Evaluate Potential Impacts of Relocating SIS

• • • • •

• • •

Stakeholders/Working Group City of DeBary City of DeLand City of Orange City Town of Pierson Volusia County (Growth Management, Traffic Engineering and Economic Development) Florida Department of Transportation District 5 Volusia TPO Votran/SunRail

List of Studies  Over 75 studies  and plans  collected  Conducted  Stakeholder  meetings over 2  months.  Identified 115  Different  Projects

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Categories Used in the CIP

Summary Themes



Vehicular



Bicycle and Pedestrian



Transit

Vehicular Category: • Match Roadway to Local Preference • Manage Truck Traffic • Analyze SIS Alignment Alternative • Improve Safety and Speed Control • Improve Operational Efficiency



Landscape-Streetscape



Land Use/Economic Dev.



Other

Bike/Ped Category: • Improve Mobility Along and Across the Corridor • Enhance Connectivity with Transit • Maximize Connection to Regional Facilities • Improve Safety

Summary Themes

Summary Themes

Transit Category: • Enhance Services to Support Mobility Needs • Interconnect SunRail to Transit • Coordinate Development (TOD) Plans with Transit Plans • Use Transit to Support Economic Development Plans Landscape/Streetscape Category: • Enhance Community Identity • Develop Context-Sensitive Roadway Designs • Improve Aesthetics

Typical Projects • • • •

• • •



Vehicular Traffic Operations Access Management Alternative Routing Widening (North Section) Transit Connectivity with SunRail Improvement of Bus Shelters and Amenities Integration into Local Mobility Plans Other Sidewalks and Utilities Extension



Bicycling/Pedestrian Implementation of County Trail Plan Safety Improvements for Schools Eliminating Gaps

• •

Landscaping/Streetscape Incremental site improvements Pending Redevelopment Plans

• •

• •

Land Use/ Economic Development Mixed-use and TOD CRA in DeLand and Orange City

Land Use/Economic Dev. Category: • Facilitate Economic Development, Redevelopment and Infill • Facilitate Future Growth with MultiModal Opportunities • Rural Community Enhancement “Other” Category: • Coordinate with Capital Improvements (CRA, Utilities, Stormwater, Trails, Parks, etc.)

GIS Interface • Same as the US 1 CIP tool • Identifies the Projects within the Corridor • Provides Status of the Project • Identifies Complementary and Conflicting Projects

Project:

V-11

Category:

Vehicular

Location:

US 17-92 and Graves Ave

Description: Traffic Control Jurisdiction: Orange City

V-11

Source Document: 2009-2014 Strategic Plan Study Date: 2009 Status: Completed Common Projects: None Conflicting Projects: None

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Examples of Roadway Sections

Summary of Existing Conditions •

Corridor is 41.1 Miles



19 Different Sections

Rural 2-lane undivided 2-lane CBD



Function and Local Vision



Traffic Data



Roadway Conditions (pavement, ADA compliance, bike/ped facilities, crash data, etc.)



Transit Stop Conditions

Rural 2-lane undivided Urban 4-lane w/ bidirectional turn lanes

4-Lane urban divided with raised medians

Urban 4-lane divided with raised medians

Analysis of Functional Classification and SIS Impacts 1. Looked at Functional Classification and SIS Issues



2. Florida Intrastate Highway System Eliminated and Blended into SIS



3. Reviewed Design Standards/ Alternatives/Level-of-Service Issues



4. Summary of SIS Designation (SR 472 as alternative SIS facility)



Impacts of SIS Designation Potential SIS Relocation to Accommodate Local Vision Provide Routing that Separates Truck Traffic from Redevelopment Areas Identify Process and Data Requirements for Redesignation Investigate Funding Resources for SIS

Next Steps  Review and Update Findings with Stakeholders o Complete GIS-based Mapping Projects

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND ASSISTANCE.

o Draft Final Report o Hold Final Workshop with Stakeholders o Present Final Report to CAC, TCC and TPO Board

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CONSTRUCTION STATUS REPORT

CONSTRUCTION STATUS REPORT

CONSTRUCTION STATUS REPORT

PUSH BUTTON PROJECT LIST VOLUSIA COUNTY OCTOBER 2012