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File #: TC-20-0902    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 12/22/2020 In control: Transportation Commission
On agenda: 1/6/2021 Final action:
Title: Traffic Impact Analysis - Warehouse, Office Building on the Northside of Renaissance Parkway at Laurel Avenue. (ACTION ITEM)
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1. Orbis Warehouse.pdf, 2. Attachment 2 Orbis Warehouse.pdf, 3. Attachment 3 Orbis Warehouse 12-22-2020.pdf, 4. Attachment 4 Orbis Warehouse.pdf, 5. Attachment 5 Orbis Warehouse.pdf
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For Transportation Commission Meeting [January 6, 2021]
TO: Honorable Chairperson and Commission
APPROVAL: Savat Khamphou, Interim City Engineer
FROM: Monae Pugh, Consultant Engineer, TKE Engineering

Traffic Impact Analysis - Warehouse, Office Building on the Northside of Renaissance Parkway at Laurel Avenue.

On October 7, 2020, the first scoping agreement was submitted for the proposed development on Renaissance Parkway. On November 16, 2020, the Scoping Agreement was executed. The proposed project consists of constructing a warehouse/office building with a 127,209 square feet warehouse area and 8,000 square feet office. The estimated Project completion is in 2022.

The first TIA was submitted on November 24, 2020, and it was reviewed with review comments prepared. On December 7, 2020, a revised second TIA was submitted to address review comments made on the first TIA. A third TIA was submitted December 16, 2020 and reviewed. The final report was received December 19, 2020 and included updates relative to access and truck turning templates.

The Project Location Vicinity map is shown as Attachment 1; the Site Plan is shown as Attachment 2.

The site proposes two (2) driveways on Renaissance Parkway. The westerly driveway will align with the existing signalized intersection of Laurel Avenue and serve inbound trucks; trucks from this site will be prohibited from exiting this location. The easterly driveway is designated as a right-in, right-out driveway routing trucks to this driveway for egress. Project passenger cars will have full access at each driveway. It is anticipated that each driveway and contiguous drive aisles will have reciprocal access with future development.

The TIA trip distribution assigns 100% of ingress truck traffic to westerly driveway and 100% of egress truck traffic to the easterly driveway. Trucks shall be routed to use the Alder Avenue/SR 210 on-off ramps. Truck turning radius exhibits are in...

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