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File #: 13-0889    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 7/12/2013 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 11/13/2014 Final action: 11/13/2014
Title: Community Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Receive and file the Green Valley Road Corridor Analysis Study; and 2) Consider the report’s findings and recommendations during major update to the Capital Improvement Program and Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Program. (Est. Time: 45 Min.) FUNDING: General Fund.
Attachments: 1. 5B - GVR Final Report 11-13-14, 2. 5A - Staff Memo 11-13-14, 3. 5C - GVR Appendices Cover 11-13-14, 4. 5D - Appendix 1. Cost Calculations 11-13-14, 5. 5E - Appendix 2. Noise Study 11-13-14, 6. 5F - Appendix 3. Traffic Data 11-13-14, 7. 5G - Appendix 4. Synchro Worksheets 11-13-14, 8. 5H - Appendix 5. HCS Worksheets 11-13-14, 9. 5I - Appendix 6. BlueMAC OD Data 11-13-14, 10. 5J - Appendix 7. Public Comments and Survey 11-13-14, 11. 5K - Traffic Conditions Board Update 11-13-14, 12. 5L - Survey Template 11-13-14, 13. 5M - Comment Card Template 11-13-14, 14. 5N -Surveys 11-13-14, 15. 5O - Public Comments 11-13-14, 16. 5P - Power Point GVR 11-13-14, 17. 4A - Approve Blue Route - Kittelson & Assoc. 3-18-14, 18. 4B - Agrmt. 443-S1411 with Kittelson & Assoc. 3-18-14, 19. Executed agreement No. 7.pdf, 20. 3A - GVR Corridor Board Memo 12/17/13, 21. 3B - Original Draft Scope of Work GVR Corridor Analysis 12/17/13, 22. 3C - GVR Public Mtg 10-24-13 Comment Card 12/17/13, 23. 3D - Public Comment Matrix 12/17/13, 24. 3E - Public Comments, 25. 3F - Sample Cost matrix 12-17-13, 26. 3G - Draft Scope of Work 12/17/13, 27. 3H - GVR Traffic Counts 12/17/13, 28. Public Comment Rcvd 12-16-13.pdf, 29. Public Comment Rcvd 12-17-13.pdf, 30. 2A - GVR Corridor BOS Memo 9-30-13, 31. 2B - Draft Scope of Work GVR Corridor Analysis 9-30-13, 32. 2C - GV Corridor-Intx Segs, 33. Public Comment Rcvd 9-27-13.pdf, 34. A - Staff Report 7-30-13, 35. B - LOS on GVR 7-30-13, 36. C - LOS Definitions 7-30-13, 37. D - Two-lane Facilities 7-30-13, 38. E - Multi-Lane Facilities 7-30-13, 39. F - Accident Data 7-30-13, 40. G - AAA_Speed_Zoning_Booklet 7-30-13, 41. H - Speed Surveys 7-30-13, 42. I - PreliminaryTDM Results for GVR 7-30-13, 43. J - TIS_DeterminationForm 7-30-13, 44. K - TrafficImpactProcedures 7-30-13, 45. L - Support letter to City of Folsom 7-23-13, 46. M - GV Intersections 7-30-13, 47. N -Presentation 7-30-13.pdf, 48. O - Public Comment.pdf, 49. P - Public Comment rec'd 7-30-13.pdf, 50. AGMT 14-53849 Contract
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Community Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division, recommending the Board consider the following:
1) Receive and file the Green Valley Road Corridor Analysis Study; and
2) Consider the report’s findings and recommendations during major update to the Capital Improvement Program and Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee Program. (Est. Time: 45 Min.)

FUNDING: General Fund.
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
No Fiscal Impact or change to Net County Cost. Funding was included in the Community Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division's Fiscal Year 2013-14 and 2014-15 budgets to finance the study.

Background
The Green Valley Road corridor has been the subject of public inquiries and discussions during open forum at Board hearings and discussions at the El Dorado County Transportation Commission.

At the March 18, 2014 the Board approved and authorized the Chair to sign an Agreement for Services with Kittelson & Associates (Kittelson) to prepare a study analyzing current conditions and providing potential mitigation for the Green Valley Road Corridor from the County line to the Lotus Road intersection. Kittelson was given the notice to proceed on March 24, 2014.

Kittelson worked with County staff to receive existing data that had been compiled for the Green Valley Road corridor. Kittelson collected road segment counts, intersection AM and PM peak hour turning movement counts, field reviewed the entire corridor with the County Community Development Agency Traffic Superintendent, collected sight distance measurements at all the intersections and 36 private driveways, commissioned a noise study for the corridor, and collected origin-destination (O-D) survey data using BlueMAC technology.

Once Kittelson had collected all the data, the analysis began. This included identification of crash types and causes, identification of operational deficiencies, research for potential funding sources, and summarizing all the findings into technical m...

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