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20180432 18.031 153SouthBWay_CompleteStreetschecklistCity of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Checklist Saratoga Springs Complete Street Policy Vision (May 2012) The City of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Policy will encourage the development of a complete streets network throughout the City to create a more balanced transportation system. The Policy shall be consistent with and assist in achieving the goals and recommendations set forth in the City's Comprehensive Plan and other policy documents. The Policy shall ensure new and updated public and private projects are planned, designed, maintained and operated to enable safer, comfortable and convenient travel to the greatest extent possible for users of all abilities including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders. This checklist is intended to assist the City in achieving its vision for complete streets. Project Name: 153 South Broadway Redevelopemnt Date: 5/2/2017 Project Location / Limits: S. Broadway and Canfield Street Project Description: Mixed use building with 110 affordable housing units, restaurant, commercial space. Instructions: For each box checked, please provide a brief description for how the item is addressed, not addressed, or not applicable and include supporting documentation. Street Classification (identify street or streets within the project area) Principal arterial ❑■ Minor arterial ❑ Mixed use collector ❑ Mixed use local ❑■ Residential collector ❑ Residential local ❑ Special use street ❑ EXISTING CONDITIONS Item to Be Addressed/ Checklist Consideration YES NO N/A Required Description Existing Bicycle & Pedestrian Operations Do bicycle and pedestrian accommodations exist? (see page 2 for examples) x ❑ ❑ Pedestrian sidewalks along each frontage Existing Transit Operations Do transit facilities exist within the study area, including bus and train stops/stations? ❑ x ❑ Is the project area on a transit route? (CDTA Service Routes) ❑ x ❑ Are there bicycle racks, shelters, or parking for transit riders available? ❑ x ❑ Existing Access and Mobility Do connective opportunities exist with schools, hospitals, senior care or community centers or persons with disabilities within project area? ❑ x ❑ Project Area not adjacent or contiguous Are there gaps inhibiting continuous access between schools, hospitals, senior care, or community centers or persons with disabilities within project area?" ❑ ❑ ❑ There are no gaps within the project area Project Area Context Are there prominent landmarks, recreation, shopping, employment center, cultural centers or other key destinations that offer opportunities to connect this site? x ❑ ❑ Connections existing via sidewalks to adjacent shopping. Please list and/or describe planning or policy documents addressing bicyclist, pedestrian, transit, or truck/ freight use for the project area. Examples can include: City of Saratoga Springs Comprehensive Plan, City of Saratoga Springs Open Space Plan, Capital District Transportation Committee Bicycle/ Pedestrian Priority Network, plan, Gateway City Standard Details, etc. The project site is within the Complementary Core district of the comprehensive not aware of any other planning or policy documents for this site. Design District - 1. We are City of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Checklist 1 PROPOSED DESIGN Item to Be Addressed/ Checklist Consideration YES NO N/A Required Description Complete Streets Design Bicyclist accommodations? Bike Racks, safe inlets Pedestrian accommodations? x❑ Sidewalks proposed Access and Mobility accommodations? x❑ Adequate sidewalks Transit accommodations? x❑ Truck/ freight accommodations? Streetscape elements? Additional sidewalks, landscaping and lighting Bike Facilities: AS Off -roadway bike accommodations ❑ Yes • No ❑NA • No ❑NA Dedicated bike lane ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Shared -use lane ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Shoulder ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Acceptable actuated traffic signal bike detection, including turn lanes ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Acceptable provision for pedestrian traffic signal features (e.g. ped. buttons) Do signals allow adequate minimum green time for bicyclist to safely cross intersection? ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Signage and pavement markings specific to proposed bike facilities ❑ Yes • No ❑NA No • NA Bicycle safe inlet grates • Yes No ❑NA Bicycle parking, eg. bike racks, bike lockers • Yes No ❑NA Transit Facilities: Transit shelters ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Bus turnouts ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Standing pads ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Has CDTA been contacted? ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Access and Mobility Facilities: Adequate sidewalk or paved path • Yes No ❑NA No ❑NA Acceptable consideration/provision for accessible pedestrian traffic signal features ❑ Yes No • NA • Yes Curb ramps, including detectable warning surface • Yes No ❑NA Streetscape Elements: Acceptable slope and cross -slope for driveway ramps, sidewalks, crossings) • Yes No ❑NA Are streetscape elements proposed such as landscaping, street trees, planters, buffer strips, etc? Have conflicts been reduced among pedestrian, bicyclists, and motor vehicles (access management)? • Yes ❑ No ❑ NA Pedestrian Facilities: Sidewalks on both sides of the street ❑ Yes • No ❑NA Striped crosswalks • Yes No ❑NA Geometric modifications to reduce crossing distances such as curb extensions (e.g. bulb -outs) ❑ Yes No • NA Acceptable provision for pedestrian traffic signal features (e.g. ped. buttons) ❑ Yes No • NA Pedestrian signage for crossing & wayfinding ❑ Yes No • NA Safety islands/medians on roadways with two or more traffic lanes in each direction ❑ Yes No • NA Enhanced supplemental pedestrian treatments at uncontrolled marked crossings ❑ Yes No • NA Connectivity: Are there proposed connections to other bike paths, pedestrian facilities, or transit facilities? • Yes No ❑NA Are there proposed connections to any key destinations listed on page 1? • Yes No ❑NA Are there proposed connections to neighborhoods? • Yes No ❑NA Streetscape Elements: Are streetscape elements proposed such as landscaping, street trees, planters, buffer strips, etc? • Yes No ❑NA Pedestrian -level lighting • Yes No ❑NA Public seating or benches • Yes No ❑NA Design Standards and Guidelines Design meets guidelines such as described below for bicycle/pedestrian/bus/transit facilities? ❑■ Yes ❑No ENA Describe *American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) - A Policy on Geometric Design of Highway and Streets, Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities and AASHTO Guide for the Planning, Design, and Operation of Pedestrian Facilities; Public Right -of -Way Accessibility Guide(PROWAG); Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD); Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG); National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) - Urban Bikeway Design Guide. New York State Department of Transportation — Highway Design Manual City of Saratoga Springs Complete Streets Checklist 2