Summary of Signal and Sidewalk ADA Improvements

Shawnee

Contact Information

Organization: Shawnee
Contact person: Paul Lindstrom
Title: Senior Project Engineer
Phone: 913-742-6234
E-mail: plindstrom@cityofshawnee.org
Organization address: 11110 Johnson Drive
  Shawnee, KS    66203


General Information

G8.1 Project title: Signal and Sidewalk ADA Improvements
G8.2 Project description: This project will provide funding to reconstruct signal equipment, curb ramps, and sidewalks to correct ADA deficiencies at and near signalized intersections. These improvements will enhance transportation options for both able-bodied and disabled pedestrians, as well as bicyclists. Transit riders will also have improved access to stops via these improvements.

The City is requesting $500,000 in TA funds for this work, and is prepared to match this amount with $125,000 in City funding. However, this project is completely scalable as the project will consists of a small amount of work at many locations. The project scope will be expanded or contracted based on the amount of funds allocated to the project.
G8.3 Project contact: Kevin Manning
City of Shawnee
Transportation Manager
913-742-6280
kmanning@cityofshawnee.org
G1. Project Type: Non-Motorized Transportation - Facilities and SRTS Infrastructure
G2. Funding Stream: TAP
G3. TIP Number:
G4. State: Kansas
G5. Project county: 1. Johnson
G6. Project municipality: 1. Shawnee
G7. Multiple agencies / jurisdictions? No
The City of Shawnee will solely fund this project.
G8.4 Purpose and need: Pedestrian facilities constructed after 1992 are required to comply with the legal standards prescribed in the Americans With Disabilities Act and subsequent regulatory requirements. The City has many pedestrian facilities that need to be upgraded to meet these standards.
 
G9. Origin and ending
  Route:
  From:
  To:
  Length (Miles):
Various Locations


G10. Functional Classification: Minor Arterial
G11. In Transportation Outlook 2040? No   Decade:   --Select--
G12. Muli-Agency Plan? No
G13. Included in a CIP? Yes
This project is part of the Shawnee CIP.
G14. Planning stage: Conceptual Plan
G15. Reviewed by state DOT? No
G16. Right-of-Way acquisition: All acquired or none needed
G17. ROW by local public agency process manual? Yes
G18. Other unique local goals and objectives? No
G19. Transportation Disadvantaged Population: Transportation disadvantaged populations will be affected positively by this project. Pedestrian facilities around Shawnee will be improved, which will make movement around the city easier for disadvantaged populations.
G20. Relevant Public Engagement: The City of Shawnee has a yearly public survey. One of our top priorities from this survey in 2015 and 2016 was traffic flow and congestion management. In response to this survey, a plan was developed to address necessary ADA improvements to our pedestrian facilities.
G21. Planned Public Engagement: As plans are created and approved for this project, the public will have the opportunity to comment on plans as part of the project approval process. The tools utilized include social media, surveys, and public meetings.
G22. Sustainable Places Criteria: ----Active Transportation/Living-------Compact, Walkable Centers--- Complete Street Design---Connected Street Network----------- ---------------- ------------Pedestrian-Oriented Public Realm--- ---------------- Transit-Ready Corridors-----
G22.1. Describe CSP relationship: This project will substantially improve our pedestrian facilities, which will have a positive effect on the items checked above.
G23. Implements Sustainable Places Initiatives? No
G24. Serves Regional Activity Center? No
High-Intensity and More_Walkable Centers This project will improve pedestrian facilities in walkable centers, giving a variety of users more transportation options.
G25. Environmental justice tracts? Yes
This project will improve pedestrian facilities in walkable centers, giving a variety of users more transportation options.
G26. Reduces greenhouse gas emissions? Yes
By building improved pedestrian facilities, more residents will be incentivized to walk or bike as opposed to driving.
G27. Natural Resource information: Erosion control will be part of sidewalk reconstruction as necessary.
G28. Community Links at Watershaed Scale:
G29. Explain local land use or comprehensive plans:
G30.1 Complies with MARC’s CSP? Yes
G30.2 Exception to the MARC CSP? No We will be using PROWAG standards for design, which meets or exceeds all regulations in the MUTCD, and the federal ADA.
 
Traveler Type (All Ages & Abilities)
Pedestrians:       
Mobility Aids:       
Bicyclists:       
Transit Riders:       
Cars: Not Accommodated      
Trucks: Not Accommodated      
Motorcycles: Not Accommodated      
Buses: Not Accommodated      
Green Streets:       

Project Financial Information

TAP Federal amount: 500  (Thousands of $)
TAP Match amount: 125  (Thousands of $)
TAP Year requested: 2021
Source of Local Match: The local match will be funded as part of Shawnees Capital Improvement Program.
 
Explain:
 
Scope Change: This project will address ADA deficiencies on sidewalks and at signalized intersections at a variety of locations. The amount of work done at each specific location is independent and relatively minor. As a result, this project is highly scalable and be modified as needed to meet the amount of allocated funding.
 
Cost Breakdown:
Highway:   %
Transit:   %
Bike:   %
Pedestrian: 100  %
Other:   %

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