College View Neighborhood Mobility Audit

College View Neighborhood Mobility Audit

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|||||yyyy11/02/2007COLLEGE VIEW NEIGHBORHOOD MOBILITY AUDITWELCOME!NEIGHBORHOOD WORKSHOPOctober 3, 2007COLLEGE VIEW NEIGHBORHOOD MOBILITY AUDITThe City of Lincoln is working with the College View neihighbb orhood to develop a plan to improve and integrate different modes of travelCommunity organization is keyMany of the proposed enhancements may change the way the neighborhood looks, feels and functionsDraft strategy up for review and commentAddress mobbilitility issuesGet neighborhood organizedHave a plan to work from over timePublic/private partnershipsWe need everyone’s input!1||||||||||11/02/2007NEIGHBORHOOD MOBILITY AUDIT PROCESSMOBILITY STRATEGYDESIGN CHARRETTEMOBILITY AUDITCOMMITTEE MEETINGSSTAKEHOLDER INTERVIEWSMOBILITY STRATEGY COMPONENTSCOMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONTRANSIT SYSTEMBICYCLE SYSTEMPEDESTRIAN SYSTEMTH48 STREET CORRIDOR2||||||||||11/02/2007COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONExtremely important to organizeNNiheighbb orhood and/or business association is first stepUrban Development Department assistanceBusiness Improvement District, focus aarearea, redevelopment process are possibilitiesStreetscape efforts possible once organizedTRANSIT SYSTEMNeighborhood servedby 3 weekday and 2 Saturday bus routes under proposed new service planTwo-way bus traffic on th48 StreetNo longer service on nd52 StreetBus stops on both thsides of 48 Street at Bancroft and PrescottBike racks on ...

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COLLEGE VIEW NEIGHBORHOOD MOBILITY
WELCOME!
NEIGHBORHOODWORKSHOP October 3, 2007
COLLEGE VIEW NEIGHBORHOOD MOBILITY AUDIT |The City of Lincoln is working with the College View ne g or oo o eve op a p an o mprove an integrate different modes of travel |Community organization is key |Many of the proposed enhancements may change the way the neighborhood looks, feels and functions |Draft strategy up for review and comment yress mo y ssues yGet neighborhood organized yHave a plan to work from over time yPublic/private partnerships |We need everyone’s input!
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NEIGHBORHOOD MOBILITY AUDIT PROCESS
MOBILITY AUDIT
OMMITTEE MEETINGS
STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEWS
MOBILITY STRATEGY DESIG CHARRETTE
MOBILITY STRATEGY COMPONENTS COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION |
|TRANSIT SYSTEM
|BICYCLE SYSTEM
PEDESTRIAN SYSTEM |
TH |48 STREET CORRIDOR
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COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
|Extremely important to organize e g or oo an or | business association is first step |Urban Development Department assistance |Business Improvement , , redevelopment process are possibilities |Streetscape efforts possible once organized
TRANSIT SYSTEM
|Neighborhood served by 3 weekday and 2 under proposed new service plan |Twoway bus traffic on th 48 Street |No longer service on nd 52 Street |Bus stops on both th sides of 48 Street at Bancroft and Prescott Bike racks on buses |
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BICYCLE SYSTEM
|Onstreet bike routes continue on Calvert |New onstreet bike th th routes on 44 , 46 , and Prescott |Bike racks at key locations |Neighborhood connector trail on Union College campus and up to Billy Wolff Trail
PEDESTRIAN SYSTEM |City Sidewalk Repair Program in neighborhood by 2011 New sidewalks responsibility of | property owner City can “order in” sidewalk |Strategy for continuous sidewalk on one side of each street |Continuous sidewalk along perimeter of Union College campus th |StreetCurb bulbouts with 48 crosswalks |Pedestrian countdown signals at th Prescott and 48 |“Virtual median” and special th paving on 48 Street
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48TH STREET CORRIDOR Striped center turn | ane |Retain east side parallel parking |East curb widened out 10 feet |Pavement rehab and pavement rehabilitation project |Vehicle speeds equal to or greater than existing
48TH STREET CORRIDOR
COOPER |Onstreet parking retained |Bus stops south of Bancroft |Crosswalks on north side of Stockwell and Cooper with curb bulbouts |Possible special paving at crosswalks
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48TH STREET CORRIDOR
LOWELL |Angle parking remains |Turn lanes at Prescott of Prescott |Curb bulbouts at Prescott |Streetscaping possibilities at Prescott
48TH STREET CORRIDOR
PIONEERS |Typical 3lane crosssection |No onstreet parking proposed at Pioneers |Access points to be worked out with rehab project
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TH 48 STREETCORRIDORPIONEERSINTERSECTIONROUNDABOUT |Intersection a good candidate for
|Signal will need to be replaced |Skewed roadways Balanced traffic | flows Beautification a plus | |Property access issues to be worked out with project th |Possibly part of 48 Street rehab project
TH 48 STREETCORRIDORPARKINGIMPACTS
|Retain parallel side |New bus stops on west side – consolodate
|Angle parking remains on west side
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TH 48 STREETCORRIDORPOWERLINES Planned LES | pro ec o ury power lines |Improve street appearance th 48 Street rehabilitation project
TH 48 STREETCORRIDORSTREETSCAPES |Private efforts |oor na e w city projects |Community organization is key |esoca examp – South Street, th North 27 Street
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NEXT STEPS |Comments and input from workshop considered |Final report and strategy document developed |Presentation to Study Committee |GET ORGANIZED!!
COLLEGE VIEW NEIGHBORHOOD MOBILITY
THANK YOU!
NEIGHBORHOODWORKSHOP October 3, 2007
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