Transportation improvement projects throughout Aberdeen approved

Projects for 2017 in Aberdeen using funds from the local Transportation Benefit District have been set following a special meeting on Wednesday evening.

Prior to their regular meeting, the met as the Transportation Benefit District to approve their proposed annual Transportation Project Plan.

In total, $870,000 is available for the projects.

There are projects scheduled for each ward within the city, with fixes planned to repair roads, sidewalks, and general chip sealing.

The plan was approved unanimously.

 

TASK NAME ALLOCATION BUDGET
1 Large Projects 78.74% $685,000
2 Small Projects 4.02% $35,000
3 Sidewalks 5.75% $50,000
4 Alleys 3.45% $30,000
5 Crack Sealing 3.45% $30,000
Reserve 4.60% $40,000
TOTAL 100.00% $870,000

 

TASK 1 LARGE PROJECTS

Budget $685,000

 Selection Process:

  1. The Public Works Department, Street Department, and Engineering Department submitted 75 street segments for consideration.
  2. The City Engineer viewed each street segment and determined that nine should be removed from consideration immediately due to good condition and six should be revisited next year.
  3. Engineer Techs inspected each of the remaining 60 street segments and rated their conditions.
  4. The City Engineer tabulated the ratings and ranked the streets in each ward based on the results.
  5. The City Engineer moved three street segments from “Large Projects” to “Small Projects”, disqualified streets that were strong candidates for State TIB funding later, and added one additional street segment (A from 1st to 2nd).
  6. Wards 3, 4, and 5 had projects that shared boundaries so a fourth priority was added to each.
  7. The Public Works Director approved the selections.
# Ward 1    
1 Priority 1 $90,000 Baldwin from Lewis to Evans and
Lewis from Huntley to Baldwin
2 Priority 2 $70,000 Lovett from Lewis to Evans
3 Priority 3 $115,000 Coolidge from Huntley to Boone
  Ward 2    
4 Priority 1 $25,000 Perry from Boulevard to Decatur
5 Priority 2 $75,000 Polk from Schley to Taylor
6 Priority 3 $150,000 Curtis from Boulevard to Decatur
  Ward 3    
7 Priority 1 $155,000 Arnold between Stewart and 8th
8 Priority 2 $85,000 I from 9th to 300 feet north of I
9 Priority 3 $115,000 3rd from Arnold to F
10 Priority 4 $75,000 A from 1st to 2nd
  Ward 4    
11 Priority 1 $85,000 I from 9th to 300 feet north of I
12 Priority 2 $20,000 7th from Scammel to Jeffries
13 Priority 3 $30,000 Graves from Purkey to Lee
14 Priority 4 $55,000 Williams from 5th to Sumner
  Ward 5    
15 Priority 1 $100,000 Market from Park to Lincoln
16 Priority 2 $75,000 Market from Lincoln to Division
17 Priority 3 $25,000 3rd from M to Jefferson
18 Priority 4 $50,000 Broadway from Heron to State
  Ward 6    
19 Priority 1 $135,000 Haight from 1st to Sumner
20 Priority 2 $20,000 Pacific from Scammell to Jeffries
21 Priority 3 $25,000 Pacific from Willow to Maple

  

TASK 2 SMALL PROJECTS

Budget $35,000

 Description:

Funds are provided for City crews to perform smaller‐scale repairs at locations directed by the
City Engineer. The Engineering Department provides design to the crews. The Public Works
Director approves all work prior to proceeding. 

Locations:

5th from F to Williams
9th between I and H
Bel‐Aire between Montview and
Rice between 6th and 8th

** Additional locations identified by the City Engineer if budget allows

 

TASK 3 SIDEWALKS

Budget $ 50,000

Description:

Funds are provided for City crews to perform smaller‐scale repairs at locations directed by the
City Engineer. The Engineering Department provides design to the crews. The Public Works
Director approves all work prior to proceeding. 

Locations:

Oak Street and Anderson Drive
Terrace Avenue stairway
** Jefferson &

** Additional locations identified by the City Engineer if budget allows

 

TASK 4 ALLEYS

Budget $30,000

Description:

Funds are provided for City crews to perform smaller‐scale repairs at locations directed by the
City Engineer. The Engineering Department provides design to the crews. The Public Works
Director approves all work prior to proceeding. 

Locations:

W 1st Street, 1400 block
W 2nd Street, 1400 block
W 6th Street, 2000 block
Aberdeen Avenue, 1700 block
Aberdeen Avenue, 1800 block
Aberdeen Avenue, 2000 block
Arthur Street, 1000 block
E Street & 3rd Avenue
Pacific Avenue, 1800 block
Pacific Avenue, 1900 block
Prospect Avenue & Terrace Avenue
Sumner Avenue, 2200 block
Sumner Avenue, 1800 block
** Alley behind post office
** 800 Block M Street
** Additional locations identified by the City Engineer if budget allows

 

TASK 5 CRACK SEALING

Budget $30,000

Description:

Funds are provided for City crews to perform smaller‐scale repairs at locations directed by the
City Engineer. The Engineering Department provides design to the crews. The Public Works
Director approves all work prior to proceeding. 

Locations:

Any Federally classified roadway within the City that is not within jurisdiction.

 

 

 

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