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Request for Decision

2017 Pedestrian Crossover Program Update



Presented To: Operations Committee
Presented: Monday, Jul 10, 2017
Report Date: Wednesday, Jun 21, 2017
Type: Managers' Reports



Signed By

Report Prepared By
Marisa Talarico
Active Transportation Coordinator
Digitally Signed Jun 21, 17

Health Impact Review
Marisa Talarico
Active Transportation Coordinator
Digitally Signed Jun 21, 17

Manager Review
Joe Rocca
Traffic and Asset Management Supervisor
Digitally Signed Jun 21, 17

Division Review
David Shelsted
Director of Roads & Transportation
Digitally Signed Jun 21, 17

Financial Implications
Apryl Lukezic
Co-ordinator of Budgets
Digitally Signed Jun 22, 17

Recommended by the Department
Tony Cecutti
General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure
Digitally Signed Jun 21, 17

Recommended by the C.A.O.
Ed Archer
Chief Administrative Officer
Digitally Signed Jun 28, 17

Resolution

THAT the City of Greater Sudbury implements pedestrian crossover facilities at the locations described in the report entitled “2017 Pedestrian Crossover Program Update”, from the General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure, dated June 21, 2017.

AND THAT the City of Greater Sudbury prohibits parking and stopping within 30 metres of the pedestrian crossovers to be installed on Southview Drive at Stephen Street and on Bouchard Street at Marcel Street;

AND THAT the necessary By-law be prepared to amend Traffic and Parking By-Law 2010-1.

Relationship to the Strategic Plan / Health Impact Assessment

This report refers to "Providing quality multimodal transportation alternatives for roads, transit, trails, paths and sidewalks, and connecting neighbourhoods and communities within Greater Sudbury" which is identified in the Strategic Plan under Sustainable Infrastructure.

Report Summary

This report presents the 2017 update on the Pedestrian Crossover Program, including information on monitoring and compliance of those installed in 2016. This report also seeks approval of locations proposed for new pedestrian crossovers to be installed in 2017.

Financial Implications

The estimated cost to implement the recommended pedestrian crossovers for 2017 is $325,000. This will be funded from the approved Roads Capital Budget through the Traffic Calming budget.

This estimate includes $120,000 for pedestrian crossovers on Southview Drive as stated on the Southview Drive Traffic Calming Update on tonights agenda.