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File #: 19-1483    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Work Session Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/28/2019 In control: Town Council Work Session
On agenda: 11/7/2019 Final action:
Title: Maple Avenue Corridor Multimodal Transportation and Land Use Study - Final Council Briefing
Attachments: 1. Sept42019_Public Meeting#3

Subject:

Title

Maple Avenue Corridor Multimodal Transportation and Land

Use Study - Final Council Briefing

 

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BACKGROUND SUMMARY:

 

The Town has tasked Kimley-Horn to conduct a multimodal transportation study of the Maple Avenue Corridor.  This study will be coordinated with ongoing land use planning, redevelopment, and rezoning of properties in the Maple Avenue Commercial (MAC) Zone district.  The purpose of this study will be to develop a set of near- and mid-term recommendations along Maple Avenue for all modes of transportation.  Town Council discussed parameters of this study at a work session on November 5, 2018 and approved spending for this project at the January 7, 2019 Town Council meeting.

 

OVERVIEW:

This is the final phase of the scope of work for the study includes.  The third Citizens meeting on this topic was held on September 4, 2019.

 

Based on the future land use scenario results, Council, Town staff and Kimley-Horn will discuss potential multimodal transportation improvements.

 

The draft list will include:

                     Near-Term Implementation projects that address immediate access and mobility needs of corridor and could be initiated by the Town.  These projects would not specifically require redevelopment or any additional right of way.  It is envisioned that these projects could be constructed/implemented leveraging Town resources or funds.

                     Mid-Term Implementation Projects: projects that address immediate and mid-term access and mobility needs of the corridor.  These projects would likely be implemented with redevelopment along the corridor and could require minimal easements or right of way.  It is envisioned that these projects could be constructed/implement leveraging developer resources or funds.

 

SUMMARY/STAFF IMPRESSIONS:

 

Based on Council’s input, Kimley-Horn and staff will assemble the final report.