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File #: 20-75    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/14/2020 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 1/21/2020 Final action:
Title: Update on Anticipated Schedule for the South Greensboro Street Sidewalk Project (TIP# C-5650) PURPOSE: The purpose of this agenda item is to provide the Town Council with information relating to the South Greensboro Street Sidewalk project prior to commencement. .
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Resolution, 2. Attachment B- Anticipated Timeline for Project Completio
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Update on Anticipated Schedule for the South Greensboro Street Sidewalk Project (TIP# C-5650)
PURPOSE: The purpose of this agenda item is to provide the Town Council with information relating to the South Greensboro Street Sidewalk project prior to commencement. .
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DEPARTMENT: Planning

CONTACT INFORMATION: Christina Moon - 919-918-7325, cmoon@townofcarrboro.org; Zachary Hallock - 919-918-7329, zhallock@townofcarrboro.org.

INFORMATION: The Town is in the process of finalizing a contract with Ramey Kemp & Associates to begin design work on the South Greensboro Street sidewalk project. The project will include a number of opportunities for public input, including drop-in sessions and public hearings, a process that has been used for the Jones Creek Greenway.

One of the first steps in the design process will be for the consultants to survey the corridor in order to have accurate information relating to the width of the existing right-of-way, paved travelway, and associated topography. This work will likely have some minor impact to traffic using the corridor, and may potentially require temporary lane closures. Part of the timing of this agenda item is to alert the Town Council and members of the community of this aspect of the project before the surveying crew begins its work. Staff is in the process of developing a webpage with information on scope and anticipated timeline for the project from design through to construction. Electronic messaging boards can be positioned at either end of the corridor a week before work begins to alert travelers of the project and potential delays.

Once completed, information from the survey will be delineated on a series of existing conditions maps to be shared with the public as part of the public input meetings to guide the placement of the sidewalk within the corridor. Public hearings on the project will be provided at 30-percent, 60-percent design and additional updates to the Council at 90-pe...

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