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File #: TC 21-0802    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/27/2021 In control: Transportation Commission
On agenda: 11/3/2021 Final action:
Title: Traffic Impact Analysis - Foothill Apartment TIA - 534 Foothill Boulevard (ACTION ITEM)
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1.pdf, 2. Attachment 2.pdf, 3. Attachment 3.pdf, 4. Attachment 4.pdf
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For Transportation Commission Meeting [November 3, 2021]
TO: Honorable Chairperson and Commission
APPROVAL: Michael Tahan, Interim Public works Director
FROM: Justin Schlaefli, Consultant Engineer, TKE Engineering
Title
Traffic Impact Analysis - Foothill Apartment TIA - 534 Foothill Boulevard
(ACTION ITEM)

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BACKGROUND:
The Project is proposed to consist of 204 multifamily mid-rise (3-10 floor) residential dwelling units. It is anticipated that the Project would be developed in a single phase with an anticipated Opening Year of 2024.

The project is located mid-block on the north side of Foothill Boulevard between Acacia Avenue and Eucalyptus Avenue on a currently vacant lot. The project is located across the street from the Acacia Plaza Shopping Center containing a Stater Brothers and various locally serving retail.

The project is accessed via two (2) driveways. Both driveways are located directly across the street from existing driveways at the shopping center. The first driveway would be limited to right in/out and would be located approximately 220 feet east of the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and Acacia Avenue. The second driveway is located approximately 525 feet east of the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and Acacia Avenue. A two-way-left-turn lane (TWLTL) is present on Foothill Boulevard along the project frontage. Staff continues to work with the applicant on the appropriate design of a traffic signal and/or median consistent with the Foothill Boulevard Specific Plan which will impact access for both driveways.

The first TIA scope was approved in July 2021. A first submittal TIA was submitted in August 2021, and it was reviewed with review comments prepared. In September 2021, a revised second TIA was submitted and subsequently reviewed.

Consistent with City of Rialto Traffic Impact Analysis guidelines, study intersections were identified to include intersections which Project contributed 50 or more peak hour trips. This incl...

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