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CC AGR 04-107 ,. CON 'T, AGREEMENT AND RE ROUTING FORM ING To be Completed by Department of Origin for All Contracts & Agreements and Routed by Department to Obtain Signatures from the Contractor, City Attorney, Finance Director and Purchasing Specialist. Council Aooroval Reauired* when Contract / Aoreement is over $25.000 OR when Contract is for Professional Architectural or Enoineerino Services Citv Manaoer Author/tv Sanctioned for under $25. 000 *ENTER DA TE Scheduled for Council Consideration: Dec. 20, 2004 DEPARTMENT OF ORIGIN: Public Works STAFF CONTACT & Extension #: Garv Sund x 4401 Contract with: King Countv Subject of Contract: Design and Construction of State Route 522 Phase I Improvement Proiect at 96th Avenue Northeast Contract Amount: $400,000 BARS Coding: 102.00.595.10.6300.326 Budgeted Amount: $13,100.000 Purchase Order # (assigned by Purchasing Specialist) _ Duration of Work: From:Januarv 2005 To: December 30. 2009 ReasonlNeed: To provide supplemental funding ofSR522 Phase I Wayne Curve Improvement Certificate of Insurance Required: 0 Yes IZJ No If Yes, AmounUType of Insurance: If Insurance Waived, Reason: '5...<,<\ -\., '<-~ 'h" ~....\; ~. Originator: Please obtain the following approvals through Finance Department line. Then forward to Clerk Division to obtain remaining approvals/signatures. "'2.\ Notary Needed Obtained o Approved/Signed by Contractor/Consultant On: ~ 0 0 ~.....d.. -\., c....~ ''>-\-1..0, . /_// "'l ~ . eviewed/Signed by City Attorney On: b/ ~~ 0 0 _/ 'f",,~ -\... ","", "'<\ Ib.. .. . I. J W ,-Reviewed/Approved by Finance Director On: Q..!...l...'- 'Z- 05 Gr Reviewed/PO# Assigned by 'purchasing Specialist On: ~ -z.J 0 S Clerk Division Use Only ENTER STATUS: 0 Approved as submitted / 0 Approved as revised / 0 ~c... ~ ~".\;\\~ Approved/Signed by: 0 City Manager On:~ 0 o City Couucil On:~ 0 ,<,,,,, ~~ \\\ Signed by: cg) City Clerk On: 0 Denied o o o Received by Clerk Division on: ______ "2.. Routed for signatures to: ~~"'''eA ~m '\..~ <::>.... \'\ Distributed to: '5",,,-0- On: 'Z-l \\ B: ~ of2 City of 'othell . - ~ .." .~w. " "..",,=-~ January 18, 2005 King County Department of Transportation Attn: Franco Fernandes, Trans. Planner III 201 S. Jackson Street MIS: KSC-TR-0411 Seattle, WA 98104 RE: King County - Supplemental Funding of SR522 Phase I Wayne Curve Improvement Dear Franco: Please find enclosed 3 original sets of the signed agreement between the City of Bothell and the King County Dept of Transportation for Mr. Desmond's signature. Please remit 2 fully executed originals to my attention at the address below in the se1f- addressed envelope provided. I will ensure that Gary Sund in our Public Works Department receives a copy for their project file. Please send to: IIIJ~~ ~~u ~ ~..Ji!-"~ ~ . . ,. - .""'''W_~''" _' . ." . .. ., .: -i"lf't~ ~,gml!J,f,*,:'(:,J!t,~--.<;, ! 71tZ Sandra Lewis , Senior Office Specialist City Clerk Division City of Both ell Enclosures P rofessi89ialis<J,al}' ~~j:l~ucqJ.i~ \fW.f&vati on . 0 epe n dab il ity . Em pi oye e Acco u nta b i Iity City Administration 18305 101" Avenue NE Bothell, WA 98011 (425) 486-3256 Fax: 486-2434 www.ci.bothell.wa.us Community Dev. & Public Works 9654 NE 182'" Street Bothell, WA 98011 (425) 486-8152 Fax: 486-2489 Fire and E.M.S. 10726 Beardslee Boulevard Bothell, WA 98011 (425) 486-1678 Fax: 486-4556 Police 18410 101"Avenue NE Bothell, WA 98011 (425) 486-1254 Fax: 487-0650 Municipal Court 10116 NE 183" Street Bothell, WA 98011 (425) 487-5587 Fax: 488- 3052 8 e . King County Department of Transportation Metro Transit Transit Speed & Reliability hogram 201 South Jackson Street M.S. KSC-TR-0411 Seattle, WA 98104-3856 February 7,2005 Sandra Lewis Senior Office Specialist City Clerk Division City of Bothell . 18305 -10151 Avenue NE Bothell, W A 98011 RE: Interagency agreement for supplemental funding of SR 522 Phase 1 Wayne Curve Improvement Dear Sandy: Please find enclosed 2 original sets of the fully executed interagency agreement between King County Metro and the City o! Bothell. Per our teiephone conversation this morning, the letter of understanding between WSDOT and the City of Bothell dated September 14, 2004 has been removed from the interagency agreement between King County Metro and the City of Bothell. .This letter of understanding and its attachments appears to be erroneously attached to the interagency agreement. Thank you. Sincerely, _..~(/. ~ //U Franco Fernandes King County Metro Transit Speed and Reliabiiity Enclosures e e City Clerk Division Original ~- AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF BOTH Ell AND KING COUNTY FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF STATE ROUTE (SR) 522 PHASE I IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AT 96TH AVENUE NORTHEAST THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this day of 2004, by and between the City of Bothell, hereinafter called the "City," a municipal corporation of the State of Washington, and King County, acting through its Department of Transportation, hereinafter calied the "County", both of which entities may be referred to hereinafter as 'Parties". WHEREAS, the Parties have endorsed the State-led State Route (SR) 522 Multi-Modal Corridor Study that was designed to optimize person-carrying capacity of the roadway, improve roadway safety for pedestrians, bicycles, transit, and general traffic, and support both the local and regional economic development objectives for the Botheli Way/SR 522 corridor; and WHEREAS, the City's SR 522 Phase I improvement Project at 96'h Avenue NE includes a set of improvements that directly benefit transit operations for the County, including transit Janes in both directions of the SR 522 corridor; and WHEREAS, the City has committed to a set of design principles outlined in the SR 522 Multi- Modal Corridor Study prepared by WSDOT; and WHEREAS, the City supports the successful deployment of a transit signal priority system as an important tool that supports optimizing the person-carrying capacity of the arterial street system, and within the larger framework of the City's signal system; and WHEREAS, the County wants to improve transit operations along SR 5221Botheli Highway and supports the City's efforts to upgrade this facility in a manner more compatible to transit and pedestrian modes; and WHEREAS, the City will lead and be responsible for the design and construction of the SR 522 Phase I Improvement Project at 96'h Avenue NE; and WHEREAS, the purpose of this AGREEMENT is to establish the terms and conditions under which the County wili contribute local funds to the City's SR-522 Phase I Improvement Project at 96'h Avenue NE. NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants contained herein, the sufficiency of which is acknowledged, the parties hereto agree as foliows: SECTION 1. DEFINITIONS 1.1 The terms listed in this section shali have the meanings respectively assigned to them in the subsections set forth below. Words in the singular include the plural and vice versa. 1.2 "BAT lanes" means business access and transit lanes located in both directions of SR 522 for the length of the project, for exclusive use by transit coaches and for general access to adjacent businesses. 1.3 "TPR Fieid Equipment" means all equipment that is physicaliy located in the field to support TSP, inclusive of the TPR Generators, TPRI, TPR Detection System, and Interface Panels. Attachment 1 G:\GROUPS\PW\Word\Abs-Ords-Res\2004abs\December\AB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc . . 1.4 "TPR On-board Equipment" means the TPR equipment that resides on the County's buses. 1.5 "Transit Priority Request Generator" (otherwise referred to as the "TPR Generator") means the portion of the TPR System co-located in the traffic signal cabinet that provides the conditional priority request. The Master TPR Generator includes a modem for direct dial-up by the TPR Management System. 1.6 "Transit Priority Request Management System" (otherwise referred to as the "TPR- Management System") means the TPR Management Server, modem bank, phone lines and other central system hardware and applications located at the King Street Center County Offices that are used to manage and communicate with the TPR Generators in the field, inclusive of the phone drop located at the master TPR Generator. It also includes any TPR Remote Workstations that provide user input and system management and operational functions. 1.7 ''Transit Priority Request System" (otherwise referred to as the "TPR System") means the technology that has been selected by the County, in consultation with local traffic engineers throughout King County, to enable transit buses as they approach a signalized intersection to request priority treatment from the signal controller. The system is comprised of (i) on-board components including Radio Frequency (RF) transponder (King County Metro Transit supplied), (iI) the TPR Detection System, (iil) the TPR Generator, (iv) TPR interconnect, (v) Interface Panel and the TPR Management System and (vi) TPR remote work stations. 1.8 "Transit Signal Priority" (otherwise referred to as "TSP") means the abiiity of a traffic signal control system, generally within the traffic controller functional capability, to grant special priority treatment to buses by adjusting traffic controller settings so as to reduce signal delay for transit buses. This term is synonymous with "TSP functionality." 1.9 "Transit Signal Priority System" (otherwise referred to as the "TSP System") means the functional integration of the TPR System with the Traffic Signal Control System through which TSP is provided. 1.10 "Project" means the Kenmore SR 522 Phase I Multi-Modal Project on Wayne Curve at the intersection of SR 522/Bothell Highway and 96th Avenue NE. SECTION 2. CITY RESPONSIBILITIES 2.1 The City will be responsible for the design and construction of the following Project improvements under this AGREEMENT: a. BAT lanes shall be constructed in both directions of SR 522 in Bothell. In the southbound direction, the BAT lane will begin approximately 400 feet north of the intersection with 96th Avenue Northeast and extend 1,000 feet south of the intersection. In the northbound direction, the BAT lane will begin 600 feet south of the intersection with 96th Avenue Northeast and extend 400 feet north of the intersection. The BAT lanes will operate for 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Street parking in the BAT lanes will be prohibited. b. Curb, gutter and sidewaiks will be constructed along both sides of SR 522 for the length of the project with the exception of the area west of 96th Ave along the south side were the Sammamish River Traii wiil provide the bus element. The sidewalk will connect to and METRO Transit stops. Two crosswalks will be installed at the intersection of SR 522 and 96th Avenue Northeast. Attachment 1 G:IGROUPSIPWlWordlAbs-Ords-Res\2004abs\DecemberIAB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc e e c. Sidewalk and lighting improvements shall be provided at the pair of bus stops on SR 522 at the intersection of 96th Avenue Northeast. Said sidewalk and lighting improvements at each bus stop shall include a concrete foundation suitabie for possible bus shelter installation, a concrete landing pad for ADA accessibility, overhead street/sidewalk lighting and a power connection to allow for possible internal bus shelter lighting. The two crosswalk improvements at the intersection of SR 522 and 96th Avenue Northeast shall include a crosswalk across SR 522 at the north leg of the intersection, and a second crosswalk across 96th Avenue Northeast, at the east leg of the intersection. d. Transit Priority Field equipment shall be installed at the intersection of SR 522 with 96th Avenue Northeast to enable transit signal priority to be offered in the northbound direction. The Transit Priority Request equipment shall include the following: antenna; reader unit; interface unit; communication links between reader and antenna; communication links between the reader and the interface unit; and the interconnect panel between the interface unit and the controller inside the cabinet. e. The City agrees to operate a traffic control system that provides, at a minimum, the basic transit signal priority functionality as described in Exhibit B. Any software enhancements to the City's traffic control systern required to provide this functionality, will be developed, tested, installed, and funded by the City. f. The City will certify in writing to the County that it has evaluated the transit signal priority functionality of its traffic control system and that said system meets or exceeds the minimum functional requirements described in Exhibit B. The City will provide written documentation of its evaluation to the County for its review and approval. The City shall not initiate the procurement or installation of the TPR system, per Section 2.1 d, until the written evaluation is complete and the County concurs with its findings. The County will not unreasonably withhold its concurrence. 2.2 The City will design and construct the Project and will be responsible for the administration of any contracts it enters into for the performance of its responsibilities under this AGREEMENT. The City will provide the County with monthly progress reports during the design and construction phases, to identify work progress, schedule adherence, and other matters of significance in the performance of this AGREEMENT. Prior to the issuance of a change order or acceptance of a contractor's work, the City will notify the County and provide the County with the opportunity to comment on and inspect the following items included in the Project: a. Bus shelter footings; b. Handholds, conduits, and electrical service connections for providing power for internal lighting in bus shelters; c. Concrete landing pads for ADA accessibility. d. Transit Priority Request Field Equipment However, neither the County's comments nor inspection of City-installed improvements under this AGREEMENT will relieve the City of its responsibility for said improvements. 2.3 The City will be responsible for installing electrical power service to all street/sidewalk lighting and to the bus shelter sites in the Project. The City shall also be responsible for paying all ongoing electrical power costs related to such street/sidewalk and internal bus shelter lighting improvements. Attachment 1 G:IGROUPSIPWlWordlAbs-Ords-ResI2004absIDecemberIAB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc e . 2.4 The City will provide the County with at.least twenty-one (21) days to review and comment on all design plans and specifications for improvements set forth in Section 2.1 above at 30%, 60%, 90% and final design. The County agrees not to withhold its comments, and such comments shall not be construed to reiieve the City of its responsibility for final design of said improvements. If there are disputes among the Parties about how to address conflicting comments or design objectives on any elements of the City's design review process that cannot be resolved by the project managers of the respective parties, then those disputes will be forwarded to the Management Oversight Committee described in Section 5 below for resolution. 2.5 The City shall comply, and shall ensure that its contractors comply, with all federal, state and local laws applicable to the work performed under this AGREEMENT. 2.6 The City will lead the community relations and public outreach required to support all elements of the SR 522 Phase I Project improvements in Bothell. The Parties jointly agree to coordinate, cooperate, and participate when necessary. 2.7 Except for bus shelters and internal shelter lighting fixtures which will be owned and maintained by the County as set forth in Section 3.2 below, the City shall own and maintain all of the improvements constructed under this AGREEMENT SECTION 3. COUNTY RESPONSIBILITIES 3.1 Upon notification by the City of completion of work identified in Sections 2.1 above, the Coun!y will inspect the improvements. If the County finds that any work does not meet the terms of this AGREEMENT, or any specifications or terms estabiished hereunder, the County will prepare a punch iist of such items and submit it to the City. Work that does not comply with the agreed upon specifications and terms shall be corrected by the City at no cost to the County. Notice of acceptance by the County will not constitute acceptance of any unauthorized or defective work or material. The County retains all rights hereunder and at law to require the City to remove, repair, replace, or dispose of any unauthorized or defective work and/or to recover damages for any such work or material. 3.2 The County at its sole discretion may install bus shelters, including interior bus shelter iighting, at the bus zones identified in the Project. The County will own and maintain all bus shelters and interior bus shelter iighting fixtures that it installs under this AGREEMENT. 3.3 The County will develop for City review and approval a draft TSP Operational Plan. The TSP Operational Plan will define the parameters for installing and implementing TSP at SR 522 and 961h Avenue Northeast. The TSP Operational Plan will include the following elements: a. Estabiish the design goal for the TSP System, induding the desired improvement in transit performance; b. Estabiish the frequency and times of day that TSP will be granted; c. Identify the transit routesltrips eligible for priority; d. Establish the traffic controller settings that will be used to implement TSP. The Parties will jointly approve in writing the final TSP Operational Pian prior to installation of the TSP system. Attachment 1 G:\GROUPS\PW\WordlAbs-Ords-Res\2004abs\DecemberIAB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc It . 3.4 The County will purchase and supply to the City for installation the Transit Priority Request Field Equipment required to support the agreed upon design. The equipment to be purchased is generally as itemized in Exhibit C. 3.5 The County will conduct the functional testing for all Transit Priority Request Field Equipment prior to equipment delivery to the City or its contractor. 3.6 The County will arrange for the phone connection to support the modem connection between the Transit Priority Request Field Equipment and the County's server at King Street Center. 3.7 The County will provide technical assistance, as requested, to the City personnel or City contractor assigned to install the Transit Priority Request Field Equipment. 3.8 The County will provide County staff and consultant resources to lead the integration effort for the Transit Priority Request System once the City has installed this system. 3.9 Once the Parties agree that the Transit Priority Request equipment is fully functional, the County and the City will jointly implement the agreed upon transit parameters required to activate transit signal priority, per the adopted Transit Signal Priority Operational Plan, per Section 3.3. The County will install the agreed upon settings for the TPRG and the City will install the agreed upon the traffic control settings. 3.10 Following transit signal priority activation, the County will evaluate the reduction of transit delays at the transit signal priority intersection as a measure of effectiveness of transit signal priority operations along SR 522, and report its findings to the City. The Parties will make adjustments to the Transit Signal Priority Operations Plan as required and document the agreed final operations plan in writing. SECTION 4. FINANCING AND PAYMENT 4.1 The total construction budget for the Project is estimated to be thirteen million dollars ($ 13,000,000). The County will contribute an amount not to exceed $400,000 to support the construction and installation of transit related improvements as identified in Exhibit A. 4.2 The City will invoice the County upon completion of all the tasks identified as Tasks 1, 2 and 6 in Exhibit A. The County's costs incurred under Task 3, Purchase of Transit Signal Priority Equipment, Task 4, Transit Signal Priority Operations Plan and Task 5, Transit Signal Priority System Integration, will be paid directly to the equipment supplier or consultant. The County will make payment to the City within thirty (30) days of receipt of an invoice for work determined to be performed in accordance with the terms of the Agreement. The County's payment to the City will not exceed the amounts specified for Task 1, Task 2, and Task 6 identified in Exhibit A. 4.3 The City shall be solely responsible for all other costs related to the design and construction of the Project. Attachment 1 G:IGROUPSIPWlWordlAbs-Ords-ResI2004absIDecemberIAB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc e e SECTION 5. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK 5.1 The City and the County agree to perform their respective roles under this AGREEMENT in a cooperative manner with a shared commitment to successfully implement the Project. 5.2 For the duration of the SR 522 Phase I Improvement Project, the parties agree to establish a Management Oversight Committee composed of the following individuals: David Zabell of the City of Bothell and Eric Gleason of King County Metro. 5.3 The Management Oversight Committee must review and approve any revisions to the scope, budget, and/or schedule for the work undertaken pursuant to this AGREEMENT. Section 6. Ownership and Maintenance 6.1 Unless otherwise agreed to by the Parties, the City will own and maintain all improvements constructed by the City as part of the Project. 6.2 The County will own and maintain all bus shelter and bus signage supplied by the County. 6.3 Upon installation and acceptance of the TSP system, it is the intent of the Parties for the City to own, operate, and maintain the TPR Field Equipment. These devices reside in the City's rights-of-way, are mounted in City owned cabinets, and are connected to the City signal system. The County will own and operate the TPR On-board Equipment and the TPR Management System located at the County on behalf of all cites that offer transit signal priority in King County, inclusive of the City of Bothell. 6.4 A more detailed Operations and Maintenance Agreement will be developed and executed by the parties within twelve months of the completion, testing, and acceptance of the initial TSP installation. The purpose of the Operations and Maintenance Agreement will be to establish and agree upon the day-to-day business practices that the parties will employ to operate and maintain transit signal priority. Items to be addressed include but are not limited to the following: a system of configuration management of hardware and software, the procedures to diagnose, repair, report and document any equipment failures; and guidelines for expected response times to address equipmenVsystem failures. 6.5 The Operations and Maintenance Agreement will include language such that the City or the County may terminate for convenience the Operations and Maintenance Agreement in its entirety at any time. 6.6 In the event that the parties fail to execute an Operations and Maintenance Agreement, the City will collect and return all of the TPR Field Equipment to the County at a site designated by the County. SECTION 7. LEGAL RELATIONS 7.1 It is understood that this AGREEMENT is solely for the benefit of the parties hereto and gives no right to any other party. No joint venture, agent-principal relationship or partnership is formed as result of this AGREEMENT. No employees or agents of one party or any of its contractors or subcontractors shall be deemed, or represent themselves to be, employees or agents of the other party. Attachment 1 G:\GROUPS\PW\WordlAbs-Ords-Res\2004abs\DecemberIAB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc e e 7.2 To the maximum extent permitted by law, the City shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the County and all of its officials, employees, principals, and agents from all claims, demands, suits, actions and liability of any kind, including injuries to persons or damages to property, that arise out of, are connected with, or are due to any negligent act or omission of the City or any of its officials, contractors, employees, agents and representatives engaged in performing the work and responsibilities of this AGREEMENT. The City specifically assumes potential liability for actions brought by its own employees against the County and for that purpose only the City specifically waives, as to the County only, any immunity under the Worker's Compensation Act, RCW Title 51; and City recognizes that this waiver was the subject of mutual negotiation and specifically entered into pursuant to the provision of RCW 4.24.115. 7.3 In the event the County incurs attorney's fees, costs or other legal expenses to enforce provisions of this section against the City, all such reasonable fees, costs, and expenses shall be recoverable by the County. 7.4 This AGREEMENT shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington in effect on the date of execution of this AGREEMENT. The Superior Court of King County, Washington shall have exclusive jurisdiction and venue over any legal action arising under this AGREEMENT. 7.5 The provisions of this Section 7 shall survive any expiration or termination of this AGREEMENT. SECTION 8. RECORDS AND AUDIT 8.1 During the progress of the design and construction of all improvements covered by this AGREEMENT and for a period not less than three (3) years from the date of completion of all improvements, records and accounts pertaining to the work of this AGREEMENT and accounting therefore are to be kept available for inspection and audit by representatives of the parties. Copies of the records shall be furnished upon request and shall be maintained in accordance with a work order accounting procedure prescribed by the State Auditor's Office. SECTION 9. TERM OF AGREEMENT This AGREEMENT shall take effect upon execution by both parties and shall expire on December 30. 2009, unless extended by mutual agreement of the Parties or unless terminated in accordance with the provisions of Sections 10 of this AGREEMENT. SECTION 10. TERMINATION 10.1 The County may terminate this AGREEMENT if the City has not awarded a contract to construct the Project by December 31,2007. If the County exercises this option, it will not owe the City any portion of the $400,000 payment identified in Section 3 above. If the County exercises this option, it will provide written notice of such termination via certified mail to the City not less than thirty (30) days prior to the effective date of termination. 10.2 Either party may terminate this AGREEMENT for cause in the event that the other party fails to cure a material breach of this AGREEMENT within ten (10) days after written Attachment 1 G:\GROUPS\PW\WordlAbs-Ords-Res\2004abs\DecemberIAB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc e . notice of such breach has been provided by the non-breaching party, which notice shall be provided at least ten (10) days in advance of the effective date of the termination. 10.3 Failure by either party to require full and timely performance of any provision of this AGREEMENT at any time shall not waive or reduce the right to insist upon complete and timely performance of such provision or any other provision thereafter. SECTION 11. IDENTIFICATION OF CONTACTS AT CITY AND COUNTY All official communications concerning this AGREEMENT should be directed to the following parties: City: Eddie Low City Engineer City of Bothell Public Works Dept. 18305101" Avenue N.E. Bothell, WA 98028 County: Franco Fernandes Transportation Planner III King County Dept of Transportation 201 S. Jackson Street, MS KSC-TR-0411 Seattle, WA 98104 Any changes in agency contacts from those noted above must be communicated in writing to the other party. SECTION 12. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This AGREEMENT contains all terms, conditions and provisions agreed upon by the parties hereto, and shall not be modified except by written amendment. Such amendments may be made to this AGREEMENT within the previously approved budget or other applicable authority for and on behalf of the County by its General Manager of the Transit Division or designee, and for and on behalf of the City of Bothell by its City Manager or designee. SECTION 13. SEVERABILITY If any provision of this AGREEMENT is held invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the remainder of the AGREEMENT shall not be affected thereby if such remainder would then continue to serve the purposes and objectives originally contemplated by the Parties. Attachment 1 G:\GROUPS\PW\WordlAbs-Ords-Res\2004abs\DecemberIAB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc e e IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this AGREEMENT this _day of , 2004. The City of Bothell By Manny Ocam 0, City of Bothell } '/3'05 Date King County By J/M.N.. ~Jl Kevin Desmond, General Manager AKing COjJnty Met!:p"Transit Divjji~t., I ?( ",or- WroUeA o.s ~ -J-"rWl W-,--O"-' -'OJ -(I<..;) oY~~ Date A TTEST/AUTHENTICA TED: ~~ Joanne rudel, City Clerk Q)( -.... ..~ Michael Weight, City Attorn Attachment 1 G:\GROUPS\PW\Word\Abs-Ords-Res\2004abs\December\AB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc . e Exhibit A SR 5221Bothell Highway at 96'h Avenue Northeast City of Bothell, Washington The County contribution for this project is as follows: TASK Task 1: Bus Zone and Shelter Improvements County contribution to support the construction of shelter footings, conduit runs and handholds for power to shelters, striping of bus zones, and installation of adjacent pedestrian street lighting. Task 2: Transit Signal Priority Related Improvements County contribution to support the supply and installation of conduit from the reader cabinet to transit priority request generator links, and conduit for phone drop to the traffic controller at SR 522 and 96'h Avenue NE. County contribution to support installation of conduit to house power supply to readers. County contribution to support the purchase and installation of a traffic controller that supports transit priority at the intersection of SR 522 and 96'h Avenue NE. Task 3: Purchase ofTransit Priority Request Equipment County cost for purchase of transit priority request equipment for one (1) intersection, to be supplied to City for installation Task 4: Transit Signal Priority Operation Plan County cost for it's consultant to develop a transit signal priority operational plan, per Section 3.3. Task 5: Transit Signal Priority System Integration County cost for it's traffic consultant to provide system integration services which includes adjusting the antenna to maximize reads, providing technical assistance in wiring, configuration arid testing of the transit signal priority system. Task 6: General Street and Pedestrian Improvements County contribution to support construction of street rechannelization, northbound and southbound BAT Janes, curb, gutter, sidewalks, curb ramps, and pedestrian crosswalk. BUDGET $100,000 $100,000 $20,000 $10,000 $10,000 $160,000 TOTAL COUNTY CONTRIBUTION $400,000 Attachment 1 G:IGROUPSIPW\Word\Abs-Ords-ResI2004absIDecember\AB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc e e EXHIBIT B BASIC TRAFFIC CONTROLLER TSP FUNCTIONALITY Traffic signal controller shall provide a low priorityrrSP routine with the following characteristics. TSP Operation Two types of TSP operation shall be provided during both "Free" and "Coordinated" modes. . TSP operation during "Free" operation shall increase the green time provided to transit phasels and decrease the green time to the non-transit phasels without interrupting the normal phase sequence. . TSP operation during coordination shall increase the green time provided to transit phase/s and decrease the green time to the non-transit phasels without adverse impact to signal coordination. Controller Input/Output Required: . The controller must be capable of accepting a minimum of four Transit Priority Request (TPR) inputs. . Controller inputs must be able to accept a TPR in the form of either: 1) a 24 volt pulsing input at a frequency of 6.25Hertz (+- 0.02 Hertz) or ; 2) a steady 24 volt input . Controller inputs using the 6.25 Hz pulsing method must share the preempt pins . Controller inputs using the 24 volt steady input must be mappable inputs . TSP Operation shall be terminated upon release of TPR Input OPtionai . TSP Active Output Pin activated upon servicing a TSP request TSP Functional Features Reouired: . TPR controller inputs shall be programmable to allow one or more phases to be selected for priority treatment. . Any phase or compatible phase pair shall be programmable as the TSP phase(s) . Provide capability to extend green Intervals for the priority phase(s) (programmable by time- of-day) . Provide capability to shorten green displays using programmable minimum phase duration for non-priority phases (programmabie by time-of-day) . Provide capability to retain normal vehicle and pedestrian clearance intervals. (programmable by time-of-day ) . . Provide capability to serve all signal phases without changing phase sequencing. . Provide transition back from priority mode that retains coordination. . Provide override of priority input upon conflicting high-priority (emergency vehicle) call, . Provide timer that prohibits the re-service of a priority treatment, (programmable by time-of- day) Attachment 1 G:\GROUPS\PW\Word\Abs-Ords-Res\2004abs\December\AB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc . . + Provide delay timer that delays acting on the TPR input (programmable by time-of-day) + Provide locking detection of TPR input, with release of lock upon serving priority phase + Provide capability to operate during main street walk rest operation + Provide a minimum of four (4) TSP Alternate Split PlanslTPR Input + During traffic responsive mode, the TSP plan selected shall also be adjustable through reference to the selected dial/split/offset in affect. Optional . Provide a programmable Maximum Timeout feature that would ignore a TPR input of up to 255 seconds. . Provide capability to inhibit TSP when coordination active but not in sync (inhibit during offset seeking) Controller Front Panel Features Required: + Priority Logs available at controller + Front panel indicator during priority active routine Optional + Help Screen available for TSP settings + Front panel Display shows impact on Splits + Upload/Download Settings Through Laptop Central Features ReqUired: + Priority Logs available at central + UploadlDownload TSP Settings settings through central Optional + Display shows impact of TSP operation on Splits Attachment 1 G:IGROUPSIPW\Word\Abs-Ords-ResI2004absIDecember\AB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc e . EXHIBIT C Transit Priority Request equipment provided by the County Transit Priori Reader Assembl Vagi antenna (including pole attachments TSP interface Panel Transit Priorit Re uest Generator Quanti 1 1 1 1 Attachment 1 G:\GROUPS\PW\Word\Abs-Ords-Res\2004abs\December\AB 12-20-04 SR 522-Wayne Curve Project Funding - Attach 1.Doc