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  • BICYCLE/PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE AGENDA Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 5:30 PM

    Conference Room A

    The meeting location is accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired, or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities, should be made at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting to Peggy Hawker, City Recorder at 541.574.0613.

    The agenda may be amended during the meeting to add or delete items, change the order of agenda items, or discuss any other business deemed necessary at the time of the meeting.

    CALL TO ORDER

    ROLL CALL/INTRODUCTIONS

    ADDITIONS TO AGENDA

    PUBLIC COMMENT

    APPROVAL OF MINUTES

    Approval of Minutes of the August 9, 2016 Meeting August 9, 2016 Minutes.docx

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    https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23657/August_9__2016_Minutes.pdf

  • OTHER BUSINESS

    Invitat ion to Part icipate in the Bayfront Mural Walk by the Public Arts Committee

    Continued Review of Committee Motions and Quest ions Committee Motions-Question List - August 2016.docx

    Review Exist ing Projects - (1) Trail - NW Nye Street to Oceanview Drive; (2) Trail Connect ing Agate Beach WaysideTrail to Sidewalk on Highway 101 West Side; and (3) Sidewalks from the Bayfront o the Hospital Agate Beach SP to 101 Trail - Project Summary Memo.docx Concept Plans-Agate Beach SP to 101.pdf Copy of Agate Beach SP to 101 Trail - Concept Cost Estimate.xlsx NW Oceanview to Nye MU Path - Project Summary Memo.docx Concept Plans-NW Oceanview to Nye.pdf Copy of NW Oceanview to Nye MU Path - Concept Cost Estimate.xlsx SW Harbor Way Sidewalk - Project Summary Memo.docx Concept Plans-SW Harbor Way.pdf Copy of SW Harbor Way Sidewalk - Concept Cost Estimate.xlsx

    Agate Beach Historic Trail Agate Beach Historic Trail Information.pdf

    Review and Comment on State Parks Master Plan Update as it Relates to Newport Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Master Plan Update.pdf

    Bicycle/Pedestrian Plan Update - Priorit izat ion of Projects - Submit Individual Priorit izat ions for Staff Compilat ion

    BICYCLE/PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENTS

    COMMITTEE COMMENTS

    DEVELOP NEXT AGENDA

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    https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23787/Committee_Motions-Question_List_-_August_2016.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23761/Agate_Beach_SP_to_101_Trail_-_Project_Summary_Memo.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23762/Concept_Plans-Agate_Beach_SP_to_101.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23763/Copy_of_Agate_Beach_SP_to_101_Trail_-_Concept_Cost_Estimate.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23764/NW_Oceanview_to_Nye_MU_Path_-_Project_Summary_Memo.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23765/Concept_Plans-NW_Oceanview_to_Nye.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23766/Copy_of_NW_Oceanview_to_Nye_MU_Path_-_Concept_Cost_Estimate.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23767/SW_Harbor_Way_Sidewalk_-_Project_Summary_Memo.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23768/Concept_Plans-SW_Harbor_Way.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23769/Copy_of_SW_Harbor_Way_Sidewalk_-_Concept_Cost_Estimate.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23758/Agate_Beach_Historic_Trail_Information.pdf https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23740/Oregon_Parks_and_Recreation_Department_Master_Plan_Update.pdf

  • CONFIRM NEXT MEETING DATE October 11, 2016 @ 530 P.M.

    Tarah Campi, from the Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments will attend. Daniella Crowder, from Bike Newport, plans to attend to talk about the "Bike to School Day" program and its challenges.

    ADJOURNMENT

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  • Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee Agenda Item Report

    Agenda Item No. 2016-536 Submitted by: Peggy Hawker Submitting Department: City Manager’s Office Meeting Date: September 13, 2016

    SUBJECT Approval of Minutes of the August 9, 2016 Meeting

    Recommendation: Approve the minutes of the August 9, 2016 meeting.

    ATTACHMENTS  August 9, 2016 Minutes.docx

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    https://legistarweb-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/attachment/pdf/23657/August_9__2016_Minutes.pdf

  • August 9, 2016 5:30 P.M.

    Newport, Oregon

    The City of Newport Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee met on the above date in Conference Room A of the Newport City Hall. In attendance were Susan Hogg, Wendy Henriksen, Geri Kern, and Marsha Eckelman. Also in attendance was Peggy Hawker, City Recorder/Special Projects Director, and Wendy Engler, City Council Liaison.

    INTRODUCTIONS

    Introductions were made.

    APPROVAL OF MINUTES – JULY 12, 2016

    MOTION was made by Eckelman, seconded by Henriksen, to approve the minutes of the meeting of July 12, 2016. The motion carried unanimously in a voice vote.

    BICYCLE/PEDESTRIAN PLAN UPDATE – PRIORITIZATION OF PROJECTS

    The Committee asked staff to invite Tarah Campi, from the Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments, to attend its October meeting. The Committee is specifically interested in the services provided by the COG and how it could use the COG’s services.

    The Committee identified the following projects as high priority:

    1. US 101 Crossings at 10th Street; 2. US 101 Crossings at 3rd/4th Streets; 3. US 101 Crossings at SW Abbey Street; 4. US 101 Crossings Mid-Block between SW Bayley Street and SW Minnie Street; 5. Sidewalks – NW 6th Street; 6. Sidewalks – SE 4th Street; 7. Sidewalks – SE Harney Street; 8. Sidewalks – SW Elizabeth Street; 9. Sidewalks and Bike Lanes – NW Nye Street; 10. Sidewalks and Bike Lanes – NE Benton Street/NE Coos Street; 11. Sidewalks and Bike Lanes – NE Harney Street; 12. Sidewalks and Bike Lanes – SE Bay Boulevard.

    The Committee agreed that between this meeting and the September meeting, it would prioritize the other projects on the list.

    CONTINUED REVIEW OF COMMITTEE MOTIONS AND QUESTIONS

    The Committee reviewed the list of motions and questions and agreed to leave the following motions/questions on the list for follow-up:

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  • November 10, 2014 Meeting

    MOTION was made by Forinash, seconded by Bozza, that staff be requested to re- establish the bike lane and associated icons on Bay Boulevard from the Embarcadero to Vista Drive, and to establish a bike lane with associated icons on the south side of Bay Boulevard from the Embarcadero to Englund Marine Supply.

    As previously noted, in his written report on the motions, Public Works Director Tim Gross wrote the following: “The area will be under construction within the year to replace the storm sewer and rebuild the intersection of Bay Boulevard and Moore Drive. Staff will reevaluate the striping and pavement markings in this area as part of the design of the project.”

    It was the consensus of the Committee to keep this motion on the list and to postpone further discussion until the planned project occurs.

    MOTION was made by Hogg, seconded by Forinash, that staff be requested to repaint the crosswalk on Elizabeth Street in front of Georgy’s.

    As previously noted, in his written report on the motions, Public Works Director Tim Gross wrote the following: “SW Case Street one block to the south of Georgy’s is under construction at this time. Part of the improvements on Case Street is a sidewalk on the south side from Dutch Brothers to Highway 101 to Elizabeth Street. A pedestrian ramp will also be installed on the west side of Elizabeth Street to complete the connectivity of these two sidewalks. A mid-block pedestrian crossing will be installed on Elizabeth Street at Case Street.”

    It was the consensus of the Committee to keep this motion on the list and to postpone further discussion until the planned project occurs.

    MOTION was made by Forinash, seconded by Bozza, that staff be requested to place sharrows on the uphill side of 40th Street, beginning at Chestnut Street, and continuing up the hill to the mixed use path, and on the uphill side of the street adjacent to the Coast Guard station.

    As previously noted, in his written report on the motions, Public Works Director Tim Gross wrote the following: “SE 40th Street has a sidewalk on the north side connecting the multiuse path on SE Ash Street to the multiuse path on the south side of SE 40th Street, located 700 feet east of SE Ash Street. SE 40th Street is not on any designated bicycle route in any city plan, nor does it see significant volumes of bicycles. The site distance is extremely good, and there have not been any reported bicycle/vehicle accidents or injuries. The city is annually installing shared lane markings, prioritizing those installations in the areas identified in the approved Bike and Pedestrian System Master Plan, beginning with the Oregon Coast Bike Route on Oceanview Drive and Elizabeth Street. Since Public Works has limited resources, we are intending to continue with this plan, and do not intend to install shared lane markings on SE 40th Street.

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  • The existing multi-use path on SE 40th Street ends at the west edge of the property owned by the Wilder Development. When the property to the west of Wilder develops, the multiuse path will be extended further west. The owner