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Agenda Item - 2022-05-18 - Number 3i - Draft Meeting Minutes c‘c. E O�4 CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO Transportation Advisory Board Action Minutes C.31 WAPIO 00111, February 16, 2022 OREGO\-\ Call to order: 7:00 PM Attendance: Members present: Theresa Bianco, Chair; Bill Jaursch, Vice Chair;Trevor Sleeman; Amin Wahab; Kasey Adler; Stephen Cohen; and Lassen Kovalchick,Youth Member Members Absent/Excused: Drew Hagedorn Council Liaison Present: Aaron Rapf, City Councilor Guest(s): Rick Cook, Stafford Neighborhood resident; Cheryl Uchida, Waluga Neighborhood resident; and Nancy Sage, Palisades Neighborhood resident Staff: Will Farley, City Traffic Engineer; Erica Rooney, Public Works Director/City Engineer; Cindy Waggener, Administrative Assistant; and Chris Fairley,Administrative Support Consent Agenda • November 10, 2021 Meeting Minutes: No corrections were noted. Mr.Wahab moved to approve the Minutes of November 10, 2021. Seconded by Mr. Cohen and passed 7:0. Council Report • Councilor Rapf briefly introduced himself as the new Council Liaison to the Transportation Advisory Board (TAB), and then highlighted the following recent City Council areas of interest: o Code Amendments related to HB-2001. o Development progress at Rassekh Park. o Development progress at the Recreation/Aquatic Center. o Will Farley, City Traffic Engineer,further described the 4 separate analyses (currently in progress) involved with the Rassekh and Recreation/Aquatic Center properties. Erica Rooney, Public Works Director/City Engineer, relayed that the McVey Corridor Traffic Study was moving forward quickly due to additional funding received. Public Comment: • Rick Cook, resident of the Stafford neighborhood, asked for clarification regarding the delayed timeframe before any Capital Improvements would be funded, by Clackamas County, for maintenance at the roundabout on McVey. o Ms. Rooney replied that the City would like to be thoughtful in how they answer the congestion issue because that usually means making a way for greater capacity; adding that they will engage with area residents prior to any decision being made. Staff Reports 1. LO Police Department Report (presented by Sgt. Weitman) • Sgt. Weitman listed the totals for the 2021 Year End Summary report as follows: 3288 Total Citations, plus 418 Violations (Speed=1269; Electronic Device/Cell Use=716; FTO Traffic Control Device=247: Driving Uninsured=241; and DWS Violation=222); 63 DUll Arrests (Alcohol=59 and Drugs=4); and 183 Crashes (Non-injury- Property/Vehicle Damage Only=118; Hit& Run=81; Injury=27 with zero fatalities; and Auto/Pedestrian=8 (individually described) -- most crashes occurred on State Street/Highway 43, Kruse Way,A Avenue, Boones Ferry Road, and Kerr Parkway). • For comparison,the 2020 Summary report totals follows: 2539 Total Citations, plus 294 Violations (Speed=836; Electronic Device/Cell Use=645; FTO Traffic Control Device=219: Driving Uninsured=145; and DWS Violation=124); 68 DUll Arrests (Alcohol=58 and Drugs=10); and 229 Crashes (Non-injury- Property/Vehicle Damage Only=114; Hit & Run=83; Injury=25 with one fatality; and Auto/Pedestrian=7 -- most crashes occurred on Boones Ferry Road, Country Club Road,A Avenue, Kruse Way, State Street/Highway 43, and Kerr Parkway). • Pre-pandemic benchmark data from the 2019 Summary report follows: 4602 Total Citations, plus 569 Violations (Speed16836; Electronic Device/Cell Use=1031; FTO Traffic Control Device=510: Driving Uninsured=236; and DWS Violation=213); 77 DUI' Arrests (Alcohol=70 and Drugs=7); and 306 Crashes (Non-injury- Property/Vehicle Damage Only=157; Hit& Run=103; Injury=40 with one fatality; and Auto/Pedestrian=6 -- most crashes occurred on A Avenue, Boones Ferry Road, Kruse Way, State Street/Highway 43, and Kerr Parkway). o Mr.Jaursch asked if the citation rates follow the traffic volume. Sgt. Weitman opined that the volume was about the same now as in 2019. Mr. Farley concurred; adding that the volumes during peak hours and noon have shifted slightly. Mr.Jaursch relayed that his employer made the decision to allow non- manufacturing employees to choose whether they return to the office or remain as work-from-home. Mr.Jaursch then inquired about police force staffing. Sgt. Weitman stated that they were looking at bringing on 2 more officers this year. o Mr. Wahab asked if the overall stops included those for expired tags or if leniency was still being given for that. Sgt.Weitman replied that most of the stops were related to the citations given, and for the example given, it was not as much of a focus, but was addressed if noticed during the stop. 2. Boards&Commissions Summit Recap (presented by Chair Bianco) • Approximately 60 to 70 Board and Commission Members attended virtually. • Themes for the 2021 Accomplishments and 2022 Goals were shared. • Small group prioritization breakout sessions were held. • Focus was placed on collaboration between the Boards, Commissions, and Neighborhood Associations. 3. Pathway Prioritization Round 2 (presented by Mr. Farley) • Background o City Council Goal (circa 2019 or prior) - Fund Pathways Projects Near Schools: o TAB reviewed 43 projects from the TSP and previous priorities: • Previous Criteria (ranked by scoring 1-5 points) o Roadway Functional Classification o School Type o Proximity to School o Completion of Gap • Funded Projects o Douglas Way(2 areas) o Boca Ratan Drive o Lanewood Street o Hallinan Street • Remaining Projects o Discussion topics: Pathways that would increase pedestrian traffic,while reducing vehicle traffic; Value for the amount of pedestrian traffic that could be projected; Increased population equates to more vehicles on the road; and Look at the next 10 to 15 areas on the list to choose the next 5 to work on. 4. Traffic Engineering Update(presented by Mr. Farley) • Current City Projects o North Shore Bridge Replacement:The design to the fix to the bridge is nearly complete, with construction to begin next month. o TAB's Recommended Priority Pathways: The design for the previously chosen pathway areas was awarded to Century West. Stakeholder outreach will begin soon. o McVey/Stafford Study:A proposal for the Corridor Study is going through the process of being signed and executed. The results will come before TAB after completion. • Other Updates o Rassekh Park/Rec Center: Applications are still going through the process. o Iron Mountain Park Speed Zone:The City is waiting on a Public Hearing over the Denial Appeal filed. ODOT is looking to delegate Speed Zone authority to counties and local jurisdictions, but it is still going through the legal process. o Rail Quiet Zone: No further response has been received from the railroad companies or from ODOT. o 1-205 Tolling:Voting may be delayed to March. The Oregon Transportation Committee will have a meeting on February 17, 2022, where this topic may be on the agenda. o Grant Applications: Extra monies are available, and staff has applied for funding for the All-Roads Transportation Safety Project (17 signals receiving safety improvements) and for the Lakeview Boulevard improvements, between Jean Road to 65th Street. The next regular meeting will be on March 9,2022,at 7:00 PM. Adjournment: 8:57 PM