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File #: CC-19-794    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/24/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/13/2019 Final action:
Title: Request City Council to Authorize the Release of Request for Bids No. 20-004 for the Etiwanda Corridor Infrastructure Improvements, City Project No 160805.
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1-Plans.pdf, 2. Attachment 2-Special Provisions .pdf, 3. Attachment 3-NOE.pdf
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For City Council Meeting [August 13 2019]
TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council
APPROVAL: Rod Foster, City Administrator
FROM: Sean Grayson, Acting Public Works Director
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Request City Council to Authorize the Release of Request for Bids No. 20-004 for the Etiwanda Corridor Infrastructure Improvements, City Project No 160805.

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BACKGROUND:
On July 11, 2017, the City Council accepted an Active Transportation Program Cycle 2 Grant of $629,098, and a Transportation Development Act Article 3 Grant in the amount of $136,021 to improve the Etiwanda corridor .The improvements will comply with State guidelines to meet ADA standards and provide fully accessible facilities to both pedestrian and bikes.

On July 11, 2017, the City Council authorized the release of Request for Proposal for the design of the Etiwanda Corridor Improvements.

On December 12, 2017, the City Council awarded a design contract to KOA Corporation.

ANALYSIS/DISCUSSION:
The project will improve infrastructure, sidewalks and install bike lanes along Etiwanda Avenue from Maple Avenue to Pepper Avenue and the adjacent roadways segments. There are seven (7) elementary schools, one (1) middle school and a high school within the Etiwanda Corridor. The improvements will comply with State guidelines to meet ADA standards and provide fully accessible facilities to both pedestrian and bikes.

The proposed improvements will connect to community destinations where an increase in active transportation modes can be realized. The installation of Class II Bike Lanes and Class III Bike Routes along the primary east-west and north-south roadways will greatly enable and improve the bicycle facility connections between the Etiwanda Corridor area and the neighboring communities. The proposed bicycle facilities are all included in San Bernardino County Transportation Authority's (SBCTA) San Bernardino County Non-Motorized Transportation Plan and supports several goals and policies listed within the plan.
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