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Agenda Item - 2022-05-18 - Number 3ii - Draft Meeting Minutes c‘c. E O�4 CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO H Transportation Advisory Board Action Minutes V WAP �� 0 March 9, 2022 OREGO\-\ Call to order: 7:09 PM Attendance: Members present: Theresa Bianco, Chair;Trevor Sleeman;Amin Wahab; Stephen Cohen; and Lassen Kovalchick, Youth Member Members Absent/Excused: Bill Jaursch,Vice Chair; Kasey Adler; and Drew Hagedorn Council Liaison Present: Guest(s): Rick Cook, Stafford Neighborhood resident Staff: Will Farley, City Traffic Engineer; Erica Rooney, Public Works Director/City Engineer; Cindy Waggener, Administrative Assistant; and Chris Fairly,Administrative Support Council Report • Councilor Rapf was not in attendance to present his report. Public Comment: • Mr. Farley read an email received from Steve Scarpetta, resident of the Goodall Road neighborhood, which lobbied for the Goodall Road Pedestrian Walkway being included for consideration in the Pathways Project,given the increased pedestrian/student traffic along this road. • Rick Cook relayed that the Stafford Road widening project was at about 60%designed. The design included a roundabout at the Childs Road intersection and a left turn lane turning onto Johnson Road. This project is slated to start in 2024. Staff Reports 1. Pathway Prioritization Round 2 (presented by Mr. Farley) • Remaining Projects o Boones Ferry Road: Kerr Parkway to Northern City Limits o Bryant Road: Boones Ferry Road to Childs Road o Goodall Road: Knaus Road to Country Club Road (all 3 require extensive work and are very high-ticket items) o Members discussed additional funding for these projects. Mr. Farley noted Regional Flexible Funds would be the only option, but there were many other jurisdictions vying for the same monies. Members agreed to keep these projects on the list to present to the City Council. • Excluded Projects o Jean Road: Bryant Road to Pilkington Road (existing bike lane) o Boones Ferry Road: Pilkington Road to Washington Court (insufficient benefit) o E Avenue:4th Street to 10th Street(D Avenue as alternate route) o Members discussed their statuses and agreed to keep them excluded. • Potential Projects o Melrose Road: Westlake Drive to Fosberg Road (14 points) -- is a Major Collector with 2,000 ADT and 85th percentile Speed is 34-mph (30-mph limit)/ is an Identified TSP Project to add a 2,900-foot-long and 6-foot-wide bike lane/has an Expected Cost of$30,000. o Carman Drive: Waluga Drive to Quarry Road (14 points) -- is a Major Collector with 8,500 ADT and 85th percentile Speed is 31-mph (35-mph limit), with a 20- mph school zone from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm/is an Identified TSP Project(I-5 to Kruse Way)to add 1,800 feet long and 6-foot-wide bike lanes on each side/has an Expected Cost of$2,000,000 to$4,000,000 (financially constrained being in Metro's RTP, with full project cost of approximately$6,000,000). o Quarry Road: Oakridge Road to Boones Ferry Road (14 points) -- is a Local Street with 2,800 ADT and 85th percentile Speed is 27-mph (25-mph limit)/is a Proposed TSP Project to add a 600-foot-long curb and gutter, to add a 50-foot- long and 6-foot-wide sidewalk(to fill a gap), and to rebuild several driveways/ has an Expected Cost of$142,000. o Pilkington Road: Willow Lane to Boones Ferry Road -- is a Major Collector with 6,500 ADT and 85th percentile Speed is 32-mph (30-mph limit)/is a proposed TSP Project to widen the road for 690 feet and add 6-foot-wide bike lanes and 5.5-foot-wide sidewalks on each side/has an Expected Cost of$413,000. o Thoma Road: Knaus Road to Lake Oswego High School (LOHS) -- is a Local Road with a 25-mph limit (no travel data available) and a 20-mph school zone/is a proposed TSP Project to add an 820-foot-long and 6-foot-wide pathway to the end of the cul-de-sac, and to add a 430-foot-long and 6-foot-wide asphalt pathway to the school/has an Expected Cost of$396,000. o Sunningdale Road: 10th Street to Andrews Road (14 points) -- is a Local Road with a 25-mph limit (no travel data available) and a 20-mph school zone/ is a proposed TSP Project to add a 575-foot-long and 7.5-foot-wide sidewalk, and to add a 275-foot-long and 8-foot-wide asphalt shoulder pathway/ has an Expected Cost of$415,000/there may be some neighborhood opposition. o 10th Street: E Avenue to G Avenue (14 points) -- is a Local Road with a 25-mph limit (no travel data available) and a 20-mph school zone/is a proposed TSP Project to add a 750-foot-long and 6-foot-wide separated sidewalk on the east side (meandering with landscaping)/has an Expected Cost of$442,000. o Mr. Sleeman indicated that it would be good to have updated input from the Neighborhood Associations (NA). Mr. Wahab suggested that TAB members attend the different NA meetings to gather their input. Mr. Cohen agreed that gaining updated NA input would be beneficial. o Mr. Sleeman and Mr. Kovalchick agreed that Carman Drive should be included based on the safety issues for pedestrians. Mr. Sleeman recommended refining the idea to find a lower price tag. o Mr. Sleeman opined that the projects with NA opposition should be replaced with projects in the 13-point category. o Mr. Sleeman and Chair Bianca recommended holding off on making any decisions until the other Board members have reviewed this meeting's recording and voiced their opinions. o Mr. Farley was unable to identify any 13-point potential projects that would fill gaps between existing projects. o Members discussed the Boones Ferry Road Project in more detail. o Mr. Farley will send out copies of his presentation to the TAB members not in attendance,will send copies of Mr. Cook's presentation to all members, and will work on paring down the Carman Drive Project. There are no updates to timelines for Projects currently approved. The next regular meeting will be on May 18,2022,at 7:00 PM. Adjournment: 8:20 PM