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CC RESO 1376Exhibit A City of Bothell 2019-2024 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Adopted by the City Council on June 5, 2018 Exhibit A Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) Summary Contents I. Introduction II. Summary of Document III. The TIP Project List Exhibit 1: Resolution Exhibit 2: Project List Exhibit 2: Map Exhibit 3: Project Descriptions Introduction The TIP is a planning document that is required to be annually updated per Section 35.77.010 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW). The TIP must be adopted by the Council after one or more public hearings. The TIP must be filed with the State Secretary of Transportation not more than thirty days after its adoption but no later than July 1st. To be eligible for any federal grant funding, some state grant funding, and allocation of gas tax monies, projects must be listed in the TIP. Summary of Document The TIP is adopted in Bothell by Resolution. The project list is developed via the Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) process which occurs biennially along with the City’s budget process in even numbered years. The CFP process is typically a nine-month process that starts in spring and ends with CFP adoption by Council in late fall. The TIP, reflecting the CFP, is brought forward to the Council early the following year to meet the July 1st deadline. The TIP will be updated in the CFP off-year as necessary to reflect changes to the program due to such things as unanticipated additional revenues and opportunities; emergency projects; and/or delay in existing projects. The TIP Project List The TIP lists individual projects as well as programs. Each project is labeled to identify what category it falls under. The category descriptions are as follows: Capacity projects increase the volume that roads and/or intersections can carry. Many of these projects are generated through the City’s comprehensive plan process. This process determines what improvements are required to meet level of service requirements as growth occurs. Congestion projects are strongly related since many of the areas of concern are the same areas where capacity is an issue. Exhibit A Condition projects are those that are needed because the infrastructure has reached the end of its useful life or has been damaged. Economic projects are those that are important in stimulating the local economy. Examples of these are Downtown Revitalization projects. Safety projects address areas that have high accident rates or, due to professional judgement, are anticipated to be a safety issue. Trail projects provide pedestrian and bicycle shared-use paths separate from vehicular traffic. Sidewalk projects provide pedestrian paths. Bicycle projects provide bicycle facilities. Planning projects help define transportation facility needs by doing alternative analyses, public outreach, and costing. Programs address issues/infrastructure citywide that are recurring and need to be continually funded. Each line item provides the following project information: 1. Project/Program name 2. Project category 3. Total estimated cost of the project 4. Estimated expenditure by year 5. Estimated 6-year expenditure total 6. Estimated revenue sources 7. Estimated 6-year revenue total In some cases, programs will generate separately listed projects. As an example, the sidewalk program is the source of local match funds that are often augmented by grants. When a particular sidewalk project is identified, it will be listed as a separate project. This is to track expenditures but also to provide clarity on which projects are anticipated to occur in the 6-year period. This results in the sidewalk program and the individual sidewalk projects being double counted on both the expenditure and revenue side. As such, the total expenditures and revenue totals at the bottom of the project list should be used only to determine relative magnitude rather than exact totals. Exhibit A 2019-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) - Project List 5/16/2018 NOTE: All Dollar Amounts Given in Thousands (1,000s). 2019-2024 6-Year Total TIP #Project Type Project Name Total Project Cost 2019 2020 2021 2022-2024 City Streets State Hwys 2019-2024 6-Year Total City Streets State Highways City Streets State Highways City Streets State Highways City Streets State Highways Funds 1 Trail/Sidewalk North Creek Trail - Section 3 (SR 527: From 214th St SE to 500 feet South of SR 524)$1,839 $30 $4 $4 $4 $42 $42 $42 $42 2 Trail/Sidewalk North Creek Trail - Section 4 (Phased)$6,596 $1,178 $322 $1,748 $2,752 $6,000 $6,000 $1,965 $4,035 $6,000 3*Capacity/Economic Bothell Crossroads $52,695 $9 $9 $9 $0 $27 $27 $27 $27 4 Economic Main Street Enhancements, Phase 1 $7,078 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 5*Capacity SR 522, Stage 3 Improvements $39,230 $12,300 $16,200 $5,600 $34,100 $34,100 $805 $33,295 $34,100 6*Safety Meridan Ave S and 240th Street SE Signalized Intersection $1,795 $187 $228 $1,380 $1,795 $1,795 $167 $1,628 $1,795 7*Capacity Adaptive Signal Control System, Phase 2 $625 $560 $560 $560 $66 $55 $242 $197 $560 8 Capacity Beardslee Boulevard Widening (Campus to I-405)$6,107 $391 $5,716 $6,107 $6,107 $5,429 $678 $6,107 9 Capacity 228th St SE from 35th Ave SE to 39th Ave SE Widening Project $6,770 $345 $6,425 $6,770 $6,770 $400 $1,197 $5,173 $6,770 10 Capacity/Condition NE 185th St Transit Oriented Street $16,066 $103 $512 $1,156 $14,215 $15,986 $15,986 $966 $15,020 $15,986 11 Capacity SR 522, Stage 2B Improvements $20,894 $102 $548 $3,538 $16,138 $20,326 $20,326 $20,326 $20,326 12 Capacity Bothell Way NE Widening (Reder Way to 240th Street SE)$57,000 $2,572 $11,338 $13,910 $13,910 $1,794 $12,116 $13,910 13 Condition Bothell-Everett Highway Interim Rechannelization: $107 $102 $102 $102 $102 $102 14 Sidewalk/Bicycle Park at Bothell Landing Pedestrian Bridge Replacement $2,348 $2,003 $2,003 $2,003 $961 $1,042 $2,003 15 Program Annual Pavement Preservation Program (See Current Project List Below)$18,349 $2,600 $2,484 $4,665 $8,600 $18,349 $18,349 $15,717 $2,632 $18,349 16 Program Sidewalk/Walkway Program (See Current Project List Below)$8,410 $3,262 $862 $1,324 $2,962 $8,410 $8,410 $5,153 $212 $3,045 $8,410 17 Program Safety Upgrade and Replacement Program $555 $155 $80 $80 $240 $555 $555 $555 $555 18 Program Bridge Inspection, Maintenance, Repair & Rehabilitation Program $913 $298 $113 $118 $384 $913 $913 $913 $913 19 Program Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program $525 $150 $75 $75 $225 $525 $525 $525 $525 20 Program Bicycle Program $300 $50 $50 $50 $150 $300 $300 $300 $300 21 Program Collector Corridor Traffic Safety Program $595 $170 $85 $85 $255 $595 $595 $595 $595 22 Planning Comprehensive Plan - Transportation Element $180 $20 $20 $20 $120 $180 $180 $180 $180 23 Program Citywide Child Pedestrian School and Park Zone Safety Program $346 $96 $50 $50 $150 $346 $346 $346 $346 24 Trail/Sidewalk East Riverside Drive Trail (102nd Ave NE to City Limits)$4,050 $25 $25 $400 $3,600 $4,050 $4,050 $590 $3,460 $4,050 25 Condition Sammamish R. Bridge Seismic Retrofit and Repair $1,259 $976 $976 $976 $20 $956 $976 26 Capacity 243rd Street SE / NE 203rd Street Connector $4,617 $4,617 $4,617 $4,617 $4,617 $4,617 27 Sidewalk Bothell Downtown Center Access Improvements to SR 522 BRT and Transit $2,529 $275 $2,254 $2,529 $2,529 $376 $2,153 $2,529 28 Program Crosswalk Program $658 $158 $100 $100 $300 $658 $658 $658 $658 29 Condition 102 Ave NE Bridge Replacement $16,268 $16,268 $16,268 $16,268 $4,604 $11,664 $16,268 TOTAL ($) $278,704 $24,564 $21,767 $23,985 $96,713 $112,576 $54,453 $167,029 $37,025 $887 $10,046 $0 $36,755 $33,295 $48,824 $197 $167,029 Annual Pavement Preservation Program Projects - These project costs are included in the Annual Pavement Program (TIP #15) 15A Condition 228th St SE Pavement Preservation (19th Ave SE to Bothell-Everett Highway and Portions West)$1,635 $199 $1,436 $1,635 $1,635 $917 $718 $1,635 15B Condition Juanita-Woodinville Way and NE 160th Street Pavement Preservation $2,440 $211 $2,229 $2,440 $2,440 $1,325 $1,115 $2,440 TOTAL ($)$4,075 $0 $410 $3,665 $0 $4,075 $0 $4,075 $2,242 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,833 $0 $4,075 Sidewalk/Walkway Program Projects - These project costs are included in the Sidewalk/Walkway Program (TIP #16) 16A Sidewalk NE 188th Street Non-Motorized Improvements $1,773 $1,070 $366 $1,436 $1,436 $854 $582 $1,436 16B Sidewalk/Bicycle 19th Ave SE / 232nd St SE / 23rd Ave SE Non-motorized Improvements $2,037 $1,321 $1,321 $1,321 $669 $652 $1,321 16C Sidewalk 7th Ave SE/88th Ave NE Non-motorized Improvements $762 $546 $546 $546 $220 $326 $546 16D Sidewalk 130th Place NE and 132nd Ave NE Sidewalk Improvements $1,235 $86 $121 $31 $997 $1,235 $1,235 $282 $212 $741 $1,235 16E Sidewalk 9th Ave SE Pedestrian Improvements (North of Crystal Springs Elementary to SR 524)$1,381 $33 $250 $1,099 $1,382 $1,382 $553 $744 $1,297 TOTAL ($)$7,188 $3,056 $737 $1,130 $997 $5,920 $0 $5,920 $2,578 $0 $0 $0 $212 $0 $3,045 $0 $5,835 *Note: Denotes Transportation Impact Fee Projects Other Agencies GrantsCity Funds/REET Mitigation/Other Total Expenses Funding Sources UV527 UV524 UV524 UV527 UV522 UV522 !"#405 !"#405 UV522 !"#405 1: North Creek Trail - Section 3(SR 527: From 214th St SE to 500 ft South of SR 524) 6: 240th St SE/Meridian Ave SSignalized Intersection 4: Main Street Enhancements,Phase 1 29: 102nd Ave BridgeReplacement 8: Beardslee BoulevardWidening (Campus to I-405)110 AVE NE9: 228th St SE from 35th Ave SEto 39th Ave SE Widening ProjectNor t hCreek Trail 10: NE 185th Street TransitOriented Street 12: Bothell Way NE Widening(Reder Way to 240 St SE) 16A: NE 188th StreetNon-motorized Imp rovements 16B: 19th Ave SE / 232nd St SE /23rd Ave SE Non-motorizedImprovements 2: North Creek Trail - Section 4 13: Bothell-Everett HighwayInterim Rechannelization 11: SR 522 Stage 2BImprovements 3: Bothell Crossroads 5: SR 522, Stage 3Improvements 16C: 7th Ave SE/88th Ave NENon-moto rized Improvements 14: Park at Bothell Landing Pedestrian Bridge Replacement 24: East Riverside Drive Trail(102nd Ave NE to City Limits) 25: Sammamish R. BridgeSeismic Ret rofit and Repair 15A: 228th Street SEPavement Preservation 16E: 9th Ave SE PedestrianImprovements (Crystal SpringsElementary to SR 524) 26: 243rd St SE/NE 203rd St Connector 16D: 130th Pl NE and132nd Ave NE SidewalkImprovements NE 195 ST 45AVESENE 1 8 5 S T NE 155 ST 242 ST SE19AVESE NE 160ST14AVEW9AVESE 124AVENE39AVESE228 ST SE 84AVENENE153PL92AVENEJUANITA-WOODINVILLEWAYNEERIVERSID E D R 107PL N E 240 ST SE NE164PL NE 145 ST 216 ST SW 39AVESENEBOTHELLWAY(SR522) NE 190 STLOCUSTWAY 212 ST SE 228 ST SW 228 ST SE WOODINVILLEDR S R 522 216 ST SE J U A N I T A D R N E 43AVESE35AVESE23AVESELOG A N RDNE 188 ST 240 ST SE 208 ST SE (SR 524) SI M O N D S R D N E SR 522 MALTBY RD(SR 524) 2 2 0 S T SE NE 191ST NE 144 ST35AVESENE 1 8 0 STI405 20AVESE100AVENEI-405FILBE R T DR4AVEWI- 4 0 5 BOT H E L LWAYNE 68AVENE88AVENEMERIDIANAVESI-40531AVESE4 A V ESEDAMSONRD112AVENE7 3 AVENE105AVENE47AVESE1 12P L NE29 DR SENot Shown on Map: 7 - Adaptive Signal Control System, Phase 215 - Annual Pavement Preservation Program15B- Juanita Woodinville Way/NE 160th St Pavement Preservation16 - Sidewalk/Walkway Program17 - Safety Upgrade and Replacement Program18 - Bridge Inspection, Maintenance, Repair & Rehabilitation Program19 - Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program20 - Bicycle Program21 - Collector Corridor Traffic Safety Program22 - Comprehensive Plan - Transportation Element23 - Citywide Child Pedestrian School and Park Zone Safety Program28 - Crosswalk Program Path: Q:\PW\Transportation\Cameron_O\People\Sherman\TIP_2017-2022.mxdMap Printed: May 2018 ± Th e C ity of Bothell delive rs this data (ma p) in an AS-IS condition.GIS data (maps) are produced by the City of Bothell for internal purposes.No representation or guarantee is made concerning the accuracy, currency, orcompleteness of the information provided. Map prepared by: CIP Division 0 1,200 2,400 3,600 4,800600Feet 2019 - 2024Six Year TransportationImprovement Program EX A Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Project Descriptions TIP #1: North Creek Trail- Section 3 Project Type: Trail/Sidewalk Description: North Creek Trail is a seven-mile, multi-purpose trail connecting the Burke-Gilman/ Sammamish River Trail in King County and the Interurban Trail at McCollum Park in Snohomish County. Due to funding constraints, trail projects through Bothell are being phased in stages. The project parallels SR 527 and consists of a separated 12-foot wide asphalt trail and a boardwalk section where the alignment crosses the wetland area. The limits of this segment of the trail is from 214th St SE to 500 Ft South of SR 524. This project will remain in the TIP until required mitigation area maintenance is completed in 2022. TIP #2: North Creek Trail – Section 4 Project Type: Trail/Sidewalk Description: North Creek Trail is a seven-mile regional, multi-use trail connecting the Burke-Gilman/ Sammamish River Trail in King County and the Interurban Trail at McCollum Park in Snohomish County. Due to funding constraints, trail projects through Bothell are being phased in stages. This project will complete the missing link along SR 524 between the proposed Snohomish County portion of the trail and the Bothell portion of the trail. This trail will consist of a separated multi-purpose paved path and will connect to the planned Snohomish County North Creek Trail north of the SR 524 and the North Creek Trail Section 3 in Bothell. This project may consist of an elevated boardwalk structure over the wetland areas. TIP #3: Bothell Crossroads Project Type: Capacity/Economic Description: The project realigned SR 522 to the south of the existing SR 522 to create new "T" intersections at Bothell Way and 98th Avenue NE. Bothell Way and 98th Ave NE were extended from Main Street to the new SR 522. The roadway consists of two lanes in each direction with turn lanes, sidewalks, and landscaping. This project will remain in the TIP until required mitigation area maintenance is completed in 2021. TIP #4: Main Street Enhancements, Phase 1 Project Type: Economic Description: The Main Street Enhancement project implements improvements to Main Street from Bothell Way to 104th Avenue NE. The project reworks the entire streetscape from building front to building front. The first phase of the project comprises improvements on Main Street between Bothell Way to just east of the 102nd Avenue NE intersection. The project will include a flexible parking zone between 101st Avenue NE and 102nd Avenue NE for parallel parking that could, on occasion, be used for other purposes such as outdoor cafe seating. This project also includes replacement of storm and water EX A utilities within the street cross-section. This project will remain in the TIP until the plant establishment period is completed in 2019. TIP #5: SR 522, Stage 3 Improvements Project Type: Capacity Description: The project is a continuation of the SR 522 Stage 1 and 2 improvements. It will provide road improvements and business access and transit (BAT) lanes from the end of the Stage 1 and 2 improvements at 96th Ave NE to 83rd Place NE (the western city limits). Key elements include: widening of general purpose lanes; adding BAT lanes in each direction (including the missing eastbound direction of the BAT lane from 91st Avenue NE to approximately 800 feet west of the 96th Avenue NE intersection); access management; center medians; interconnection of signals; sidewalk (north side only with the existing Sammamish River/Burke Gilman Trail on the south side); curb and gutters; retaining walls; street illumination; drainage improvements; landscaping; and utility undergrounding. The total project length is approximately 4,000 linear feet. TIP #6: Meridian Avenue S and 240th Street SE Signalized Intersection Project Type: Safety Description: This project will construct a traffic signal at the intersection of 240 Street SE and Meridian Ave S. In addition, sidewalks, crosswalks, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ramps, drainage, and illumination will be installed. TIP #7: Adaptive Signal Control System, Phase 2 Project Type: Capacity Description: This project is the second phase of the project that will install adaptive signal control systems in City traffic signals to improve traffic circulation and reduce delay. This project will install the systems in thirteen (13) Bothell intersections along Bothell Way (NE 191st St to SR 522) and SR 522 (96th Ave NE to Campus Way S). A regional federal grant was awarded for this project which is under Snohomish County’s lead. Adaptive signal control technology adjusts the timing of red, yellow, and green lights to accommodate changing traffic patterns and ease traffic congestion. The main benefits of adaptive signal control technology over conventional signal systems are that it can: 1) Continually distribute green light time equitably for all traffic movements, 2) Improve traffic time reliability by progressively moving vehicles through green lights, 3) Reduce congestion by creating smoother flow, and 4) prolong the effectiveness of traffic signal timing. TIP #8: Beardslee Boulevard Widening (Campus to I-405) Project Type: Capacity Description: This project provides an additional eastbound lane along Beardslee Boulevard from 110th Avenue NE (the entrance to the UWB/CCC Campus) to I-405. The project will include roadway widening, concrete curb and gutter, bike lane, signal modifications, trail relocation, street illumination, retaining walls, and wetland mitigation. EX A TIP #9: 228th Street SE from 35th Avenue SE to 39th Avenue SE Widening Project Project Type: Capacity Description: This project will improve 228th Street SE between 35th Avenue SE and 39th Avenue SE for approximately 1500 feet in length with an additional 300 feet of 228th Street SE west of 35th Avenue SE. Work will include widening 228th Street SE to four or five lanes between 35th Avenue SE and 39th Avenue SE, installing bicycle lanes and sidewalks on both sides of the street, and installing landscaping and drainage improvements. It will also include intersection improvements at 228th Street SE and 35th Avenue SE and 228th Street SE and 39th Street SE, including adding an eastbound right turn pocket at the 228th Street SE and 35th Avenue SE intersection and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ramps at both intersections. TIP #10: NE 185th Street Transit-Oriented Street (Beardslee Blvd to Bothell Way) Project Type: Capacity/Condition Description: This project will improve NE 185th Street between Beardslee Boulevard and Bothell Way. Work will include widening, drainage, and utility improvements, sidewalks, curb and gutter, landscaping, and urban elements in preparation for use as a transit-oriented-street (TOS). It will also include intersection improvements at the 101st Avenue NE, 104th Avenue NE, and Beardslee Boulevard intersections. A transit station will be located at the NE 185th Street and 101st Avenue NE intersection. This is an ideal location to serve as an efficient “hub” that will allow bus riders to take advantage of route-to-route transfers. TIP #11: SR 522, Stage 2B Improvements Project Type: Capacity Description: This project is the continuation of the SR 522 Stage 1 Project (Wayne Curve at 96th Avenue NE) to connect to the limits of the Bothell Crossroads project at NE 180th Street. The project will improve traffic mobility, transit mobility, vehicular and pedestrian safety and improve business access. Key project elements will include installation of a BAT lane westbound, sidewalks, curb and gutters and a raised median to enhance traffic safety through access management. Other potential elements include street illumination and landscaping. The project scope, budget, and timeline are dependent on Sound Transit’s allocation of funding. TIP #12: Bothell Way Widening (Reder Way to 240th Street SE) Project Type: Capacity Description: This project will widen Bothell Way NE from Reder Way to 240th Street NE from two lanes to five lanes. The roadway will include two travel lanes in each direction with a two-way left turn lane where needed, intersection improvements, protected bicycle lanes, landscape strips, and sidewalks. The work will include added street lighting, retaining walls, removal and replacement of two “fish barrier” cross culverts, storm drainage system improvements, water/sewer improvements, and wetland mitigation. The project is anticipated to be divided into three segments: Snohomish County, King County Phase 1, and EX A King County Phase 2. The Snohomish County and King County Phase 1 will construct about one third of the project at each end. The King County Phase 2 will construct the remaining middle third section. TIP #13: Bothell-Everett Highway Interim Rechannelization at 242nd Street SE Project Type: Condition Description: The outer edge of the embankment on which Bothell-Everett Highway between 240th Street SE and 242nd Street SE was originally constructed is not stable. This became apparent after a geotechnical investigation/analysis was completed as a result of a failing rockery. This project will shift the Bothell- Everett Highway (BEH) north of 242nd Street SE to the west by approximately one lane's width to remove traffic loading from the edge of the slope. The median will be eliminated and the lanes restriped. This is an interim improvement until such time that a permanent solution can be funded. The permanent solution is estimated to cost over $3 million. TIP #14: Park at Bothell Landing Pedestrian Bridge Replacement Project Type: Sidewalk/Bicycle Description: The timber pedestrian bridge that crosses the Sammamish River at the Park at Bothell Landing is the key non-motorized link between Downtown Bothell and the regional Sammamish River Trail. This project replaces the aging bridge and makes it ADA compliant. TIP #15: Annual Pavement Preservation Program (See Current Overlay Project List at end of Document) Project Type: Program Description: This is a program that analyzes and rates pavement condition throughout the City using a Pavement Management System and extends roadway life using various treatment methods such as crack sealing, slurry sealing, patching, and asphalt overlays. City funds are augmented with grant funding when available. TIP #15A: 228th Street SE Pavement Preservation (19th Avenue SE to Bothell-Everett Highway and Portions West) Project Type: Condition Description: This project will overlay 228th Street SW from the West City limit to 6th Ave W, and on 228th Street SE from Bothell-Everett Highway to 19th Avenue SE. TIP #15B: Juanita-Woodinville Way and NE 160th Street Pavement Preservation Project Type: Condition Description: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement of Juanita-Woodinville Way NE (from NE 145th Street to 115th Avenue NE) and NE 160th Street (from 121st Avenue NE to 124th Avenue EX A NE). The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay, and striping work for each segment of the roadway. TIP #16: Sidewalk/Walkway Program (See Current Project List TIP #16A to 16E) Project Type: Program Description: This program addresses missing links in the City’s pedestrian network and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) needs. Sidewalk needs are inventoried and prioritized using a methodology that accounts for proximity to schools, public services, and low-income housing; missing sidewalk and curb ramps; street classification; collision data; and citizen requests. TIP #16A: NE 188th Street Non-Motorized Improvements Project Type: Sidewalk/Bicycle Description: The improvements include installation of 5 foot bicycle lanes on both sides of the street and a 5 foot sidewalk and a 5 foot planter, where possible, on the south side of the street. The project will include required storm drainage and ADA improvements within the project limits. TIP #16B: 19th Avenue SE / 232nd Street SE / 23rd Avenue SE Non-motorized Improvements Project Type: Sidewalk/Bicycle Description: This project consists of three segments: 1) Along the west side of 19th Avenue SE between 228th Street SE and 232nd Street SE; 2) Along the north side of 232nd Street SE between 19th Avenue SE and 23rd Avenue SE; and 3) Along the east side of 23rd Avenue SE between 232nd Street SE and 236th Street SE. The proposed improvements include a 5 foot concrete sidewalk, a 5 foot bike lane, curb and gutter, storm drainage, ADA curb ramps, and improvements to pedestrian crossings at the intersections of 232nd Street SE & 19th Avenue SE and 236th Street SE & 23rd Avenue SE. TIP #16C: 7th Avenue SE / 88th Avenue NE Sidewalk Project Type: Sidewalk/Bicycle Description: The project will provide a safe and continuous walk route for students from the residential neighborhoods north of NE 203rd Street to Westhill Elementary School and Bothell High School. The project will fill in the missing sidewalk segments between 240th Street SE and the existing walk path south of NE 203rd Street on the west side of the road with a 5-foot hot mix asphalt pavement walking path. This project will also install a pedestrian crossing at the intersection of 7th Avenue SE and NE 203rd Street EX A TIP #16D: 130th Place NE and 132nd Avenue NE Sidewalk Improvements Project Type: Sidewalk Description: This project includes the installation of concrete sidewalk, planting strip buffer, curb and gutter, storm drainage, ADA curb ramps, and crosswalks on the west side of 132nd Avenue NE and 130th Place NE between NE 184th Place and NE 195th Street in the City of Bothell and City of Woodinville. TIP #16E: 9th Ave SE Pedestrian Improvements: North Phase (North of Crystal Springs Elementary to SR 524) Project Type: Sidewalk Description: This project will provide a safe and continuous walk route for students from the residential neighborhoods north of 208th St SE to Crystal Springs Elementary School. The project will fill in the missing sidewalk segments between 209th Place SE and the existing walk path north of 215th Street SE on the east side of the road. TIP #17: Safety Upgrade and Replacement Program Project Type: Program Description: This project provides funding for safety improvements, including upgrade/replacement of guardrails and signage, minor curb replacement, and removal of line-of-sight obstructions, as examples. TIP #18: Bridge Inspection, Maintenance, Repair, and Rehabilitation Program Project Type: Program Description: This program funds bridge inspection, maintenance, minor repair, and minor rehabilitation work to the City’s existing bridges. The program upholds commuter and pedestrian safety as well as essential emergency access. Major bridge rehabilitation, repair or replacement needs that are identified via the inspection program are funded in the City’s Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) as specific projects. TIP #19: Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program Project Type: Program Description: This program consists of developing and implementing neighborhood traffic calming projects throughout the city based on the established criteria in the City’s adopted Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program. TIP #20: Bicycle Program Project Type: Program EX A Description: This program inventories existing bicycle facilities to identify missing gaps and safety issues and maintains a city-wide bicycle system plan. The inventory and plan prioritizes the bicycle projects. The program provides funding to complete projects in order to meet the goals of the overall plan including, but not limited to, storage and bike racks. TIP #21: Collector Corridor Traffic Safety Program Project Type: Program Description: This program addresses mobility and safety improvement needs along collectors. Many of these corridors are located in residential areas where the residents experience high-speed traffic in large volumes. TIP #22: Comprehensive Plan – Transportation Element Project Type: Planning Description: The City’s Comprehensive Plan undergoes a comprehensive plan update every eight years. At that time significant transportation planning and analyses must be completed to support the plan vision. In intermediate years, amendments are made to the plan to address changing conditions, issues, and needs. Often, these amendments affect the City’s transportation system and analyses must be completed to determine their effects. This line item provides resources to support this on-going planning process. TIP #23: Citywide Child Pedestrian School and Park Zone Safety Program Project Type: Program Description: This program addresses child pedestrian safety needs specifically related to schools and parks. Projects associated with this program include, but are not limited to, street crossings, sidewalk gap fill-ins, and installation of signs. TIP #24: East Riverside Drive Trail (102nd Ave NE to City Limits) Project Type: Trail/Sidewalk Description: This project constructs a 12’ wide multi-use trail along the north side of East Riverside Drive within the old railroad right-of-way. This segment of trail will extend from just east of 102nd Ave NE to the City’s eastern City Limits east of Brickyard Road. It is assumed that the City will not need to purchase right-of-way for the approximately 8,000 linear foot long trail segment. This project will have to be coordinated with King County, the owner of the right-of-way. EX A TIP #25: Sammamish River Bridge Seismic Retrofit and Repair Project Type: Condition Description: The bridge located on Waynita Way/96th Ave NE over the Sammamish River was constructed in 1947, prior to the introduction of modern seismic codes. The existing structure needs to be modified to provide sufficient public safety in case of a seismic event. The retrofit will allow the transfer of loads from superstructure to substructure to help prevent catastrophic failure. TIP #26: 243rd Street SE/NE 203rd Street Connector Project Type: Capacity Description: This project includes a new street connection between Bothell-Everett Highway and 88th Avenue NE. The easterly portion of this new street has been constructed in conjunction with the development of the Safeway property. The new roadway would traverse private properties located in the southerly portion of the Red Barn Village special district within the Country Village/Lake Pleasant/Bothell-Everett Highway Subarea. It is intended that the 243rd Street SE/NE 203rd Street Connector be constructed by the private sector in conjunction with the development of those properties through which the street would extend. TIP #27: Bothell Downtown Center Access Improvements to SR 522 BRT and Transit Corridor Project Type: Sidewalk Description: This project will replace existing damaged sidewalks in the north-south direction between NE 185th Street and Main Street in order to connect transit users with the downtown businesses. The work will consist of reconstructing sidewalks, curb ramps, tree wells, and installing lighting to provide safe and accessible routes that meet ADA requirements to and from multimodal corridors. TIP #28: Crosswalk Program Project Type: Program Description: This program addresses safe pedestrian crossings. The City has budget to design and build approximately one crosswalk a year, more if grant funding is obtained. The City maintains a list of proposed crosswalks based on scoring criteria. TIP #29: 102nd Ave NE Bridge Replacement Project Type: Condition Description: This project will replace the existing 102nd Avenue NE Bridge, including reconstruction of the roadway approaches.