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Complete Streets : Making Connections

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  1. Complete Streets:Making Connections MDOT/ACEC Partnering Conference February 2, 2012

  2. Implementation • Perform Research • Identify Stakeholder Groups • Obtain Input • Identify Potential Corridor Improvements • Evaluate Improvement Feasibility & Alternatives • Identify Funding Opportunities & Restrictions • Determine Project Scope

  3. Think Outside the Box! • Look Beyond Political Boundaries • Use Creative Funding Sources • Seek & Incorporate Community & Stakeholder Input • Incorporate Practical Connectivity • Establish Priorities, based on Cost Effectiveness, Inclusion in Other Projects, etc.

  4. Funding Possibilities • Act 51 • Surface Transportation Program (STP) • Transportation Economic Development Program • Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund • CMAQ • Enhancement • Safe Routes to School • Federal Highway Administration • Federal Transit Administration • HUD/MSHDA

  5. Funding Possibilities (Cont.) • Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) • Health Department • Foundations • Local Millage or Allocation • Local Partnerships • Current Infrastructure Projects • Design Standards & Policies • Tax Increment Financing • Federal Grants

  6. Parallel Routes CEDAR STREET MDOT Trunkline 22,000 ADT 5 Lanes Wide

  7. Parallel Routes Draft Non-Motorized Plan No Route Proposed Proposed Route Proposed Route

  8. Low Budget Implementation EAST MT. HOPE AVENUE • Initiated by local business owner • Survey was sent to Impacted Parties • 8,000 ADT, 1.1 mile length • 45 mph speed limit • No existing non-motorized facility • Will connect to shoulder section in East Lansing, bike lanes on Aurelius Road & Lansing’s River Trail • Two of the area’s largest parks have new access to the non-motorized path

  9. Low Budget Implementation 4 to 3 Lane Conversion, with 2 Adjoining Bike Lanes 4-to-3 Conversion is Considered when ADT is between 5,000 and 18,000 $5,500 Construction Cost East Mt. Hope Avenue

  10. Incorporation with Other Work 8,000 to 12,000 ADT 35 mph speed limit AFTER BEFORE

  11. Other Cost-Effective Solutions

  12. Complete Streets:Making Connections Thank You! Maureen E. Turner, PE Maureen.Turner@AuburnDalle.com