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CC RESO 1403 (061620) 2021-2026 Transportation Improvement PlanRESOLUTION NO. 1403 (2020) A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, ADOPTING THE 2021 - 2026 SIX-YEAR TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) AND DIRECTING THE SAME TO BE FILED WITH THE STATE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION WHEREAS, pursuant to the requirements of Section 35.77.010 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW), the City Council of the City of Bothell has previously adopted, after one or more public hearings, a comprehensive Transportation Improvement Program for the ensuing six calendar years by resolution; and WHEREAS, RCW Section 35.77.010 requires that each one-year extension and revision of the comprehensive transportation program be filed with the State Secretary of Transportation not more than thirty days after its adoption; and WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed the work accomplished under the previous program, reviewed the City Comprehensive Plan, determined current and future City transportation needs, and based upon these findings has prepared a Six - Year Transportation Improvement Program for the calendar years 2021 through 2026; and WHEREAS, in June, 2020, the City Council held a public hearing to receive public input on the aforementioned 2021 - 2026 Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOTHELL, WASHINGTON, DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Program Adopted. The 2021 - 2026 Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program for the City of Bothell is hereby adopted and is attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by this reference as if fully set forth. Section 2. Filing of Program. Pursuant to RCW Section 35.77.010, the Public Works Department is hereby authorized and directed to file a copy of this resolution, together with Exhibit A attached hereto, with the State Secretary of Transportation. Section 3. The City Clerk is authorized to make necessary corrections to this resolution including, but not limited to, the correction of scrivener's/clerical errors, references, resolution numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Page 1 of 2 1403 (2020) PASSED this 16th day Of June, 2020. -' LIAM OLSEN ll ;. •' ATTESTIAUTH ENT I CATED: LAURft. HATHWAY CITY CLERK FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: 06/11/2020 PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: 06/16/2020 RESOLUTION ILIO.: 1403 (2020) Page 2 of 2 1403 (2020) City of Bothell 2021-2026 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) City of Bother City Council Presentation on June 16, 2020 Six -Year Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) Summary Contents 1. Introduction 2. Summary of Document 3. TIP Project List 4. TIP Map 5. 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 111 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 15t 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. 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. I. 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. q q r 1: North Creek Trail Section 4 ..0 11? CT 524 - — T [5 S27 1313: 9th Ave SE Pedestrian Improvements (Crystal Springs Elementary to SR 524) w 14 5T SV_�16 ST SF. Uj N F Q LU 27 o m F 2A: 228th Street SE Trai! 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LU a � w z 9: SR 522 Stage 213 > Improvements o W W Q 2021 -2026 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 240 ST SE 25: Conversion of Multi Way Boulevard/Crossroad Lights 6: Beardslee Boulevard ST Widening (Campus to 1-405) NE 195 ST 13A: 130th PI NE and 132nd Ave NE Sidewalk Improvements ALI osz 8: NE 185th Street Transit Oriented Street Ar I'll, 24: 102nd Ave Bridge �L Replacement 7o� Not Shown on Map: 'O<, 5 -Adaptive Signal Control System, Phase 2 L:. 12 -Annual Pavement Preservation Program 12B -Juanita Woodinville Way/NE 160th St Pavement Preservation 13 - Sidewalk/Walkway Program 14 - Safety Upgrade and Replacement Program 15 - Bridge Inspection, Maintenance, Repair & Rehabilitation Program 16 - Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program 17 - Bicycle Program 18 - Collector Corridor Traffic Safety Program 19 - Comprehensive Plan - Transportation Element 20 - Citywide Child Pedestrian School and Park Zone Safety Program 23 - Crosswalk Program 23A - Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons at School Crossings N City of Botheir Map Printed: April 2020 N m(maP+)mawoauceare sp�e war m a �cmgerenmatme'imormaomrexa ar rcv. kea�. ��ma aPa.aa� LU a � w z 9: SR 522 Stage 213 > Improvements o W W Q 2021 -2026 Six Year Transportation Improvement Program 240 ST SE 25: Conversion of Multi Way Boulevard/Crossroad Lights 6: Beardslee Boulevard ST Widening (Campus to 1-405) NE 195 ST 13A: 130th PI NE and 132nd Ave NE Sidewalk Improvements ALI osz 8: NE 185th Street Transit Oriented Street Ar I'll, 24: 102nd Ave Bridge �L Replacement 7o� Not Shown on Map: 'O<, 5 -Adaptive Signal Control System, Phase 2 L:. 12 -Annual Pavement Preservation Program 12B -Juanita Woodinville Way/NE 160th St Pavement Preservation 13 - Sidewalk/Walkway Program 14 - Safety Upgrade and Replacement Program 15 - Bridge Inspection, Maintenance, Repair & Rehabilitation Program 16 - Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program 17 - Bicycle Program 18 - Collector Corridor Traffic Safety Program 19 - Comprehensive Plan - Transportation Element 20 - Citywide Child Pedestrian School and Park Zone Safety Program 23 - Crosswalk Program 23A - Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons at School Crossings EX 4 Six -Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Project Descriptions TIP #1: 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. This project will complete the missing link between the proposed Snohomish County portion of the trail and the existing Bothell portion of the trail. This trail will consist of a separated 12' wide 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. This project will be constructed in 3 phases — Phase 1 (Filbert Road to east side of Centennial Park entrance), Phase 2 (Centennial Park entrance to east side of North Creek bridge), and Phase 3 (east side of North Creek bridge to NCT3). TIP #2: 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 2022. TIP #3: 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 #4: Meridian Avenue S and 240th Street SE Roundabout Project Type: Safety/Capacity Description: This project will construct a roundabout 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. EX 4 TIP #5: 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 1911t 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 #6: Beardslee Boulevard Widening (Campus to 1-405) 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 1-405. The project will include roadway widening, concrete curb and gutter, bike lane, signal modifications, trail relocation, street illumination, retaining walls, and wetland mitigation. TIP #7: 228th Street SE from 35th Avenue SE to 391h Avenue SE Widening Project Project Type: Capacity Description: This project will improve 228th St SE between 35th St SE and 39th Ave SE for approximately 1500 feet in length with an additional 300 feet of 228th St SE west of 35th St SE. Work will include improving intersections at 35th Ave and 39th Ave and widening 228th St SE as necessary to accommodate the heavy turning movements associated with the intersections. The project will include roadway widening, signal modifications, storm water improvements, concrete curbs, gutters, sidewalks, bike/pedestrian facilities, street lighting, landscaping and wetland mitigation. TIP #8: NE 185th Street Transit -Oriented Street (Beardslee Blvd to Bothell Way) Project Type: Capacity Description: This project will provide transit improvements on 98th Ave NE, between SR 522 and Bothell Way NE, and on NE 185th Street, between Bothell Way NE and Beardslee Boulevard. Work on 98th Ave NE will primarily include intersection modifications/improvements at NE 183rd St as well as some channelization modifications north of the intersection. It will also include intersection modifications on NE 1851h St at Bothell Way NE, 1011t Ave NE and 102"d Ave NE with traffic signals installed at the 104th Avenue NE and Beardslee Boulevard. Transit stations are anticipated near the King County Library, at 104th Ave NE, and near Husky Village on Beardslee Boulevard. The work will be coordinated with necessary water, sewer, and storm water utility improvements along NE 1851h St. If funding is available, pavement rehabilitation may occur. The project is currently a Sound Transit project that would be funded (except for utility work) by Sound Transit 3 funds. The project scope, budget, and timeline is dependent on Sound Transit's allocation of funding. EX 4 TIP #9: SR 522, Stage 2B Improvements Project Type: Capacity Description: This project will provide transit improvements on SR 522 between 96' Ave NE (Wayne Curve) and 98th Ave NE. Improvements could be in the form of a westbound or eastbound business, access, and transit (BAT) lane. If so, it will also install curb, gutter, drainage, landscape strip, sidewalk, and lighting on the side of the installation. The project could also install queue jumps to allow transit to efficiently move through the corridor at intersections. The project is currently a Sound Transit project that would be funded (except for utility work) by Sound Transit 3 funds. The project scope, budget, and timeline is dependent on Sound Transit's allocation of funding. TIP #10: 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 2 lanes to 4 or 5 lanes: 2 through -lanes in each direction, a two-way left turn where needed, intersection improvements, protected bicycle lanes, landscaping strips, and sidewalks. The work includes street lighting, retaining walls, removing and replacing "fish barrier" culverts, storm drain system improvements, water / sewer improvements, and wetland mitigation. The project is anticipated to be divided into 3 segments: King County Phase 1 and 3, and Snohomish County Phase 2. The King County Phase 1 and Snohomish County Phase 2 segments will construct about 1/3 of the project at each end. The King County Phase 3 will construct the remaining middle third section. TIP #11: 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 2401h 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 measure until such time that a permanent solution can be funded. The permanent solution is estimated to cost over $3 million and will likely take place with the Bothell Way NE/Bothell-Everett Highway Widening project TIP #12: Annual Pavement Preservation Program 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. See current overlay project TIP #12A to 12F below for potential grant -funded overlay projects. EX 4 TIP #12A: 228" Street SE Pavement Preservation (191h Avenue SE to Bothell -Everett Highway and Portions West) Project Type: Condition Description: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement on 228th Street SW from the West City limit to 6th Ave W, and on 228th Street SE from Bothell -Everett Highway to 191h Avenue SE. The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay, and striping work for each segment of the roadway. TIP #1213: Juanita -Woodinville Way and NE 1601h Street Pavement Preservation Project Type: Condition Description: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement on Juanita -Woodinville Way NE (from NE 145th Street to 115th Avenue NE) and on NE 160th Street (from 121" Avenue NE to 124th Avenue NE). The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay, and striping work for each segment of the roadway. TIP #12C: 228th St SE from 2nd Ave SE to 9th Ave SE Pavement Preservation Project Type: Condition Description: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement on 228th St SE (from 2nd Ave SE to 9th Ave SE). The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay, and striping work for each segment of the roadway. TIP #12D: NE 195th Street Pavement Preservation (from just west of 1405 to North Creek Parkway) Project Type: Condition Description: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement on NE 195th St (from just west of 1-405 to North Creek Parkway). The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay, and striping work for each segment of the roadway. TIP #12E: 228th St SW & SE from 5th Ave W to 2nd Ave SE Pavement Preservation Project Type: Condition Description: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement on 228th St SW and SE (5th Ave W to 2nd Ave SE). The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay, and striping work for each segment of the roadway. TIP #12F: Bothell -Everett Highway Pavement Preservation Project Type: Condition Description: This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement on Bothell -Everett Highway (240th St SE to just south of 1-405. The project consists of milling, spot repairs, pavement overlay, and striping work for each segment of the roadway. EX 4 TIP #13: Sidewalk/Walkway Program 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. ADA facilities such as ramps and pedestrian buttons are inventoried as well. See current overlay project TIP #13A to 13B below for potential grant -funded projects. TIP #13A: 1301h Place NE and 132nd Avenue NE Sidewalk Improvements Project Type: Sidewalk Description: The Proposed improvements consist of concrete sidewalk, planting strip buffer, curb and gutter, storm drainage, ADA curb ramps and crosswalks on the west side of 132nd Ave NE and 1301h PI NE between NE 184th PI and NE 195th St in the City of Bothell and the City of Woodinville. TIP #13B: 91h 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 who live north of Crystal Springs Elementary School, including the residential neighborhoods north of 208th Street SE (SR 524). The project will complete missing segments of sidewalk to provide a continuous sidewalk on the east side of the street between 209th PI SE and 215th St SE. The improvements include sidewalk, curb, gutter, and storm drainage. Crossing improvements are proposed at the intersection of 9th Ave SE and 213th St SE, which include striped crosswalks, pedestrian flags, and ADA compliant curb ramps. TIP #14: Safety Upgrade and Replacement Program Project Type: Program Description: This project provides funding for safety improvements to the transportation infrastructure. Types of safety upgrade and replacement include guardrails, signage, minor curb replacement, removal of line -of -sight obstructions. TIP #15: 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. EX 4 TIP #16: 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 #17: Bicycle Program Project Type: Program 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 orderto meet the goals of the overall plan including but not limited to storage and bike racks. TIP #18: 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 the residential areas where the residents experience high-speed traffic in large volumes. TIP #19: 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 accomplished 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 #20: 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. EX 4 TIP #21: 243`d Street SE/NE 203`d 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 developer 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 243`d Street SE/NE 203`d Street Connector be constructed by the private sector in conjunction with the development of those properties through which the street would extend. TIP #22: Bothell Downtown Center Access Improvements to SR 522 BRT and Transit (Phase 1 — 102nd Ave) Project Type: Sidewalk Description: This project will replace existing damaged sidewalks in the north -south direction on 102nd Ave NE between NE 185th Street and the north end of the 102nd Ave NE Bridge 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 #23: 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. See current overlay project TIP #23A below for potential grant -funded projects. TIP #23A: Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons at School Crossings Project Type: Safety Description: This project installs rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFB) at school crossings. The scope also includes construction of ADA ramps, curb work, necessary pedestrian landings, signs, and other associated work at pedestrian crossings on 9th Ave SE (at 226th St SE), 104th Ave NE (at NE 200th St), and 112th Ave NE (at NE 160th PI). TIP #24: 102"d Ave NE Bridge Replacement Project Type: Condition Description: This project will replace th'e existing 102nd Avenue NE Bridge, including reconstruction of the roadway approaches. EX 4 TIP #25: Conversion of Multiway Boulevard and Crossroads Street Lights to Puget Sound Energy Project Type: Economic/Capacity Description: The lighting system power cabinets need to be rehabilitated in order for Puget Sound Energy to take over maintenance of the lighting system. TIP #26: 240th St SE & 35th Ave SE Intersection Improvements (Traffic Signal or Roundabout) Project Type: Capacity Description: Adds traffic signal or roundabout with required channelization modifications, lighting, sidewalk, and approach work. TIP #27: Bothell Way NE Rockery Repair Project Type: Condition Description: This project provides a small, but critical, repair to an existing 8 -foot tall retaining wall rockery that has experienced displacement of rocks. This repair will prevent the backfill supporting the adjacent road from washing out. While the repair work will likely be completed prior to 2021, monitoring and maintenance of the stream restoration requirements will be required for 5 years.