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14th Street and General Obligation Bond Project Completion

The City invites media, neighbors and area businesses to join in celebrating the completion of the 14th Street corridor improvement project at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 19, 2018, in the parking lot at Parrilla Grill (635 NW 14th Street).


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SCHEDULE

The 14th Street Reconstruction Project is the eighth and final project funded by the voter approved transportation improvement general obligation bond. The bond initially identified the project limits between Simpson and Galveston, however City Council approved the extension for design to Newport Ave (north), and Donovan Ave (south). Funding has been allocated for Simpson to Albany (Zone 2), Albany to Galveston (Zone 3) and Newport to Galveston (Zone 4), to be constructed between April and October 2018.

 

PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS

The project has divided the corridor into differing location and character. View the proposed typical sections for each zone:

Map showing NW 14th Street/SW Century Dr construction between SW Colorado Ave and SW Simpson Ave.

ZONE 1:
Colorado Ave
to Simpson Ave
Map showing NW 14th Street/SW Century Dr construction between SW Simpson Ave and NW Albany Ave.

ZONE 2:
Simpson Ave
to Albany Ave
Map showing NW 14th Street/SW Century Dr construction between NW Albany Ave and NW Galveston Ave.

ZONE 3:
Albany Ave
to Galveston Ave
Map showing NW 14th Street/SW Century Dr construction between NW Galveston Ave and NW Newport Ave.

ZONE 4:
Galveston Ave
to Newport Ave

DETOURS

 14th-Street Detour Map Web_September 4

View/download a printable version of the map above


PROJECT UPDATES

Photo Below:   Final lift paving, nearly complete

 

14th St final paving

 

 

  • Albany - 14th St - Work has begun

    Work on Albany/14th Street has begun. The Albany/14th Street intersection work is scheduled to be completed next Friday, June 22. Final lift paving is scheduled for night time work beginning June 25th.

    06/15/2018

  • Open House - June 5th

    Please attend the Open House on June 5 for more information. Meeting Date: Tuesday, June 5th, 5:00 – 6:30 pm Rosie Bareis Community Campus, 1010 NW 14th Street

    06/10/2018

  • May 25, 2018 Project Updates

    Access to Knoll Avenue businesses between 14th and 15th Street is currently from 15th Street; this is while crews work on waterline replacements and improvements on Knoll Avenue and the intersection.

    05/25/2018 5:53 PM

  • May 17, 2018 Project Updates

    May 17, 2018 Access to Knoll Avenue Businesses between 14th Street and 15th Street is currently from 15th Street, while crews work on waterline replacements and improvements on Knoll Avenue and the intersection

    05/22/2018

  • May 14, 2018 Project Updates

    The Simpson Avenue/14th Street roundabout is scheduled to be re-open next Monday, May 14, 7 a.m. The roundabout will be open to all traffic except the entering leg from southbound 14th Street.

    05/14/2018

  • May 4, 2018 Project Updates

    The roundabout at Simpsons Avenue and 14th Street is still on schedule to reopen the week of May 14th. Concrete work is in process and will be followed with new asphalt, tying the two surfaces together.

    05/04/2018 12:30 PM

  • April 26, 2018 Project Updates

    The great Spring weather is enabling the construction crews to complete various tasks ahead of schedule. Look for the potential reopening of the Simpson Roundabout as early as the week of May 14. Great job K&E and Roger Langliers Construction.

    04/26/2018 6:05 PM

  • Week of April 23, 2018 Project Update

    Access to businesses along 14th St and Simpson Ave will remain open during construction. Driveways under construction are indicated by blue markers and signs. Drive cautiously and respectfully when navigating the construction zone.

    04/23/2018

  • Week of April 16, 2018 Project Updates

    Simpson Roundabout closure is in place. Please note detour routes for traveling through and around the construction zone. It is projected to reopen in mid-May.

    03/29/2018 6:05 PM

  • Week of April 9 2018 Project Updates

    Updates for the 14th Street project The Simpson Av./Century Dr. Roundabout is expected to be fully closed on April 9. It is projected to reopen in mid-May.

    03/29/2018 6:05 PM

  • 3/26/18 Project Updates

    Cascade Natural Gas (CNG) will begin construction at 14th St between Newport & Galveston - Southbound traffic along 14th restricted (approx 10 weeks) 4/2/18 - Construction scheduled for the Albany to Simpson Roundabout corridor - Completed by July 1, 2018

    03/23/2018 3:18 PM

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    CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

    CENTURY DRIVE  - SIMPSON TO ALBANY

    Fall 2018

    Tree planting

     

    14TH STREET - GALVESTON TO NEWPORT

    July 2 – July 30

    14th Street from Galveston to Newport, Full closure of roadway for construction.

    July 31 – August 3

    Closure of the Southeast quadrant of the Newport Avenue Roundabout at 14th Street.  Detours in place for Newport eastbound traffic.

    July 31 – August 5

    14th Street from Galveston to Newport, southbound lane reopens temporarily, northbound lane remains closed.

    August 6 – August 18

    14th Street from Galveston to Newport, Full closure of roadway for construction.

     August 19 – September 28 14th Street form Galveston to Newport, road reopens, various minor components of work remain under construction with intermittent flagging and minor delays.

     

    14TH STREET – ALBANY TO GALVESTON

    August 6 – August 19

    Flagging for waterline crossing work, expect delays.

    August 20 – September 3

    14th Street from Albany Ave to Galveston Ave, east side (northbound lane) of roadway closed for construction.

    September 4 – October 31

    14thStreet from Albany Ave to Galveston Ave, Full closure of roadway for construction.

    PROJECT BACKGROUND

    In 2016 project team staff presented a GO Bond program update to City Council, requesting authority to proceed with the 14th Street Reconstruction Project, this is the eighth and final GO Bond project. Staff also proposed the extension of project limits due to lacking connectivity, sub-par infrastructure condition, transit planning efforts, recent development, updated City planning efforts, etc. City council provided authority during the January 20, 2016 meeting and requested staff present 30% level design and estimates upon completion.

    Project limits extended north and south to include the following roadway segments:

    • NW 14th Street (NW Galveston Avenue to NW Newport Avenue)
    • SW Century Drive (SW Colorado Avenue to SW Simpson Avenue)

    Project team staff presented the 30% design and project estimates to City council during the December 7, 2016 meeting. The presentation and council discussion focused on existing conditions, proposed improvements, class 4 estimates( feasibility/study phase), funding, and next steps. Next steps outlined a proposal to finalize design and outlined the estimated design fee range, schedule and funding sources. City Council voiced support for continuing to final design for the entire length of the corridor, SW Colorado Ave to NW Newport Ave. Project team staff informed City Council that they would return with a contract amendment, including scope and fee, to complete the design.


    PROJECT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    Project goals for the 14th Street improvements have been identified below:

    • Increase safety and mobility for all users and create an environment for walking, biking and transit use.
    • Improve accessibility by removing or providing clearance from obstructions in the sidewalk.
    • Improvements result in a more complete street with the CWP preferred land use scenario. The CWP land use scenario proposes a mixed use land use form that is projected to increase walking, biking, and transit trips thereby reducing vehicle miles traveled.

    ZONE 1 - Colorado to Simpson (in Phase II of the construction schedule) 

    Zone 1 typical section diagram: 14th Street from Colorado Avenue to Simpson Avenue.

    The proposed Zone 1 typical section extends from the intersection of SW Colorado Avenue to SW Simpson Avenue. The depiction of the typical section includes a three lane section with two way turn lane, 2 - 11 foot travel lanes, 2 - 7 foot buffered bike lanes, planter strips, and a 8 to 10 foot sidewalk on each side of the corridor. (100% Design Exhibit)

    ZONE 2 - Simpson to Albany (in Phase I of the construction schedule) 

    Zone 2 typical section diagram: 14th Street from Simpson Avenue to Albany Avenue.

    The proposed Zone 2 typical section extends from the intersection of SW Simpson Avenue to NW Albany Ave. The depiction of the typical section includes a three lane section with two way turn lane, 2 – 10.5 foot travel lanes, 2 - 7 foot buffered bike lanes, planter strips, and a 8 to 10 foot sidewalk on each side of the corridor.

    (100% Design Exhibit)

    ZONE 3 - Albany to Galveston (in Phase II of the construction schedule) 

    Zones 3 typical section diagram: 14th Street from Albany Avenue to Galveston Avenue.

    The proposed Zone 3 typical section extends from the intersection of NW Albany Avenue to NW Galveston Avenue. The depiction of the typical section includes a two lane section with 2 – 10.5 foot travel lanes, 2 - 7 foot buffered bike lanes, planter strips, and a 6 foot sidewalk on each side of the corridor.

    (100% Design Exhibit)

    ZONE 4 - Galveston to Newport (in Phase I of the construction schedule) 

    Zones 4 typical section diagram: 14th Street from Galveston Avenue to Newport Avenue.

    The proposed Zone 4 typical section extends from the intersection of NW Galveston Avenue to NW Newport Avenue. The depiction of the typical section includes a two lane section with 2 – 10.5 foot travel lanes, 2 - 7 foot buffered bike lanes, planter strips, and a 6 foot sidewalk on each side of the corridor.

    (100% Design Exhibit)

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