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1 Bellevue Downtown Association Downtown Bike Series Meeting 2 Franz Loewenherz Andreas Piller Kyle Potuzak Chris Long October 26, 2017

2 Today s Agenda: 1) Meeting Purpose 2) 9/28 Meeting Recap 3) Candidate Demo Corridors 4) Bike Share 2

3 The BDA has asked the Bellevue Transportation Department to engage in a timely discussion about how to make Downtown a comfortable, safe, and attractive place for people to bike. Meeting Purpose 3

4 9/28/17 Committee 10/26/17 Committee 11/16/17 Committee 12/19/17 Board BDA Transportation Committee will conduct an internal review and discussion, followed by driving consensus on a recommendation. The recommendation will be presented to the BDA Board of Directors (12/19). The Board will vote on a position that will be communicated to the Bellevue Transportation Commission. Meeting Purpose 4

5 More transportation choices means a better transportation network Helps manage future traffic congestion Creates a Downtown that s accessible to more people Provides an option to leave the car at home Provides an affordable and healthy travel option Meeting Purpose 5

6 Downtown Bicycle Network Candidate Corridors: North-South 100th Ave NE 106th Ave NE 108th Ave NE 114th Ave East-West Main St NE 2nd St NE 12th St Potential Bike Network 6

7 Demonstration Bikeway Project Candidate Corridors: 108th Ave NE Main St to NE 12th St Main St 105th Ave to 112th Ave NE 2nd St Bellevue Way NE to 110th Ave NE 106th Ave NE Main St to NE 12th St Candidate Demo Corridors 7

8 Candidate Demo Corridors Corridor Overviews Preliminary Design Concepts Evaluation Criteria Briefing Book 8

9 Bicycle Improvements When we last met Street Use Impacts Land Use Existing bike network connections High comfort bikeway Consistency with community feedback Travel lanes repurposed Turn lanes repurposed Changes to on-street parking Transit operation challenges Construction activity Driveways Preliminary Evaluation Criteria 9

10 Safety Collisions ( ) Wikimap Safety Issues Bicycle Environment Existing Bike Network Connections Bike Facility Comfort Construction Activity Auto Environment Curbside Environment Transit Environment Travel Lanes Repurposed Turn Lanes Repurposed Changes to On-Street Parking Loading/Unloading Bus Operations Transit Access Final Evaluation Criteria 10

11 Evaluation Criteria 11

12 Evaluation Criteria 12

13 Number of Collisions Total: 232 Involving a Person Bicycling: 4 Involving a Person Walking: th Ave Safety 13

14 Number of Collisions Total: 136 Involving a Person Bicycling: 0 Involving a Person Walking: 3 Main St Safety 14

15 Number of Collisions Total: 114 Involving a Person Bicycling: 1 Involving a Person Walking: 10 NE 2nd St Safety 15

16 Number of Collisions Total: 196 Involving a Person Bicycling: 4 Involving a Person Walking: th Ave Safety 16

17 Total Comments: 44 Unsafe bicycle accommodations: 7 Unsafe behaviors by people driving: 33 by people bicycling: 3 by people walking: 1 108th Ave Wikimap 17

18 Total Comments: 33 Unsafe bicycle accommodations: 9 Unsafe behaviors by people driving: 22 by people bicycling: 1 by people walking: 1 Main St Wikimap 18

19 Total Comments: 7 Unsafe bicycle accommodations: 3 Unsafe behaviors by people driving: 4 NE 2nd St Wikimap 19

20 Total Comments: 9 Unsafe bicycle accommodations: 1 Unsafe behaviors by people driving: 7 by people walking: 1 106th Ave NE Wikimap 20

21 Evaluation Criteria 21

22 Number of Intersecting Links: 6 108th Ave SE (south) NE 2nd St (east) NE 6th St (east/west) NE 12th St (east) 108th Ave NE (north) Relationship to long-term projects: Part of the Grand Connection bicycle route Access to destinations: Very high 108th Ave Bicycle Environment 22

23 Number of Intersecting Links: 2 108th Ave SE (south) Main St (west) Relationship to long-term projects: Connects to future East Link station area and offstreet path Access to destinations: Medium Main St Bicycle Environment 23

24 Number of Intersecting Links: 1 NE 2nd St (east) Relationship to long-term projects: Part of the Grand Connection bicycle route Access to destinations: Low NE 2nd St Bicycle Environment 24

25 Number of Intersecting Links: 2 Main St (west) NE 6th St (east) Relationship to long-term projects: Intersects both Grand Connection routes pedestrian and bicycle Access to destinations: High 106th Ave Bicycle Environment 25

26 Prevailing Bicycle LOS: 2 and 1 Suitable for Interested But Concerned Riders, incl. portions for All Ages and Abilities 108th Ave Bicycle Environment 26

27 Prevailing Bicycle LOS: 3 and 2 Suitable for Enthused and v Confident riders, west segment for Interested But Concerned v Moderate to steep grades Main St Bicycle Environment 27

28 Prevailing Bicycle LOS: 2 and 1 Suitable for Interested But Concerned Riders, incl. portions for All Ages and Abilities Steep grades between 106th Ave and 108th Ave NE 2nd St Bicycle Environment 28

29 Prevailing Bicycle LOS: 1 and 2 Substantially suitable for All Ages and Abilities, with some portions for Interested But Concerned riders 106th Ave Bicycle Environment 29

30 Private developments are anticipated to be under construction in 2018 at... Southeast corner of NE 4th St (any associated lane closures not expected to impact existing bike lane at NE 4th St) East side mid-block between NE 8th St and NE 10th St (daytime lane closures anticipated) 108th Ave Bicycle Environment 30

31 Private developments are anticipated to be under construction in 2018 at... Southeast corner of 106th Ave (daytime lane closures anticipated) Southwest corner of 110th Ave Main St Bicycle Environment 31

32 Private developments are anticipated to be under construction in 2018 at... Southeast corner of Bellevue Way NE (ongoing daytime lane closures) North block face west of 110th Ave NE (developer utilizing existing onstreet parking lane for equipment staging) NE 2nd St Bicycle Environment 32

33 Private developments are anticipated to be under construction in 2018 at... Southeast corner of NE 4th St (potentially delayed until late 2018 or 2019) NE 6th St intersection improvement project (half-street closures anticipated) 106th Ave Bicycle Environment 33

34 Evaluation Criteria 34

35 Travel Lanes Repurposed: Second southbound curb lane Right Turn Lanes Repurposed at: Main St (SB) NE 8th St, NE 10th St, and NE 12th St (NB) Right Turn Lane Created at: NE 4th St (SB) Lane Reduction Suitability: Good Based on FHWA guidance and average daily traffic volumes (6,200 11,400). Intersection analysis and signal retiming recommended. 108th Ave Auto Environment 35

36 Travel Lanes Repurposed: Eastbound and westbound curb lanes Westbound right turn lane at Bellevue Way retained Lane Reduction Suitability: Good Based on FHWA guidance and average daily traffic volumes (14,300-18,400). Capacity may be impacted; a corridor analysis is recommended. Main St Auto Environment 36

37 All existing travel and turn lanes retained without impact. 3-Lane Configuration Suitability: Great Based on FHWA guidance and current average daily traffic volumes (8,200-8,400). NE 2nd St Auto Environment 37

38 Travel Lanes Repurposed: Second southbound lane between NE 8th and 12th St and south of NE 6th St Second northbound lane between NE 10th and 12th St Right Turn Lanes Repurposed at: NE 4th St (SB) NE 8th St (NB and SB) NE 12th St (NB) Lane Reduction Suitability: Great Based on FHWA guidance and average daily traffic volumes (6,300 9,800). 106th Ave Auto Environment 38

39 Evaluation Criteria 39

40 On-Street Parking Repurposed: Off-peak spaces on east side of block, NE 6th St to NE 8th St; Partially offset by new load/unload spaces on west side south of NE 8th St Other existing parking and loading spaces retained. 108th Ave Curbside Environment 40

41 Opportunity for significant new on-street parking supply: South side between 105th Ave and 107th Ave North side between 107th Ave and 110th Ave Potential to designate some as loading spaces as needed Main St Curbside Environment 41

42 On-Street Parking Repurposed: North side of block, east of 108th Ave NE; North side of block, 105th Ave NE to east of 106th Ave NE Other existing parking and loading spaces retained. New spaces reintroduced on north side of block, west of 110th Ave NE, following completion of private construction NE 2nd St Curbside Environment 42

43 On-Street Parking Repurposed: West side of block, NE 10th St to south of NE 12th St; East side of block, Main St to NE 2nd St All other existing parking and loading spaces retained. 106th Ave Curbside Environment 43

44 Evaluation Criteria 44

45 Designated a priority transit corridor Frequent service High bus volumes Transit access: 5 stops along corridor 6 stops nearby on cross-streets Bellevue Transit Center at NE 6th St 108th Ave Transit Environment 45

46 Variable frequent service (sometimes served by ST Route 550) Designated as a future Frequent Transit Network (FTN) corridor Moderate bus volumes Transit access: 4 stops along corridor 5 stops nearby on cross-streets Main St Transit Environment 46

47 No transit service along corridor High bus volumes on cross-streets (Bellevue Way NE; 108th Ave NE) Transit access: 2 stops nearby on cross-streets NE 2nd St Transit Environment 47

48 Minimal transit service along corridor (Metro Route 240 only) High bus volumes on cross-streets Potential impact to existing bus layover space between NE 6th St and NE 8th St Transit access: 1 stop along corridor 4 stops nearby on cross-streets 106th Ave Transit Environment 48

49 Initial Feedback? 1. Questions/concerns? 2. On which corridor should we advance a demonstration bikeway project in 2018? 3. Are there any factors missing from this assessment that would help to inform #2? BDA Feedback 49

50 Provide people in Bellevue access to a bicycle when they want one, without having to worry about storage, security, and maintenance. - PBII Scope of Work Bike Share 50

51 Bicycling and Bike Share Survey 51

52 Total Respondents: % are Bellevue residents 33% work in Downtown Bellevue 20% work in Seattle 18% work in other Eastside communities Survey Results 52

53 Q1: How do you get around on a regular basis? Select all the different transportation modes you use frequently. 90% 80% 76% 81% 70% 60% 50% 57% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 15% 22% 9% 23% 2% 9% n=772 Survey Results 53

54 Q2: How often do you typically ride a bike in Downtown Bellevue? 42% 22% 14% 9% 13% Multiple times a week About once a week Once or twice a month A couple times per year Never n=768 Survey Results 54

55 Q4: Do you feel that Downtown Bellevue is a safe place to ride a bike today? 6% 30% 25% Yes, very safe Yes, somewhat safe No, somewhat unsafe No, very unsafe 39% n=763 Survey Results 55

56 Q5: Which of the following do you feel best describes your relationship to bicycling? 9% 23% Strong and fearless I am an experienced cyclist and will ride just about anywhere 29% Enthusiastic and confident I enjoy bicycling and will sometimes ride in mixed traffic, but I prefer bike lanes or off-street paths Interested but concerned I would like to bicycle more often but do not feel safe mixing with traffic, so I would only ride in separated bike lanes or on off-street paths 39% No way, no how I do not bicycle and have no interest in bicycling n=766 Survey Results 56

57 Q6: On a typical street in Downtown Bellevue, what would be your level of comfort with riding on each of the following types of bike facilities? 100% 90% 86% 80% 70% 60% 53% 62% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 40% 41% Very Uncomfortable(--) Somewhat Uncomfortable(-) Somewhat Comfortable(+) Very Comfortable(++) 0% Unmarked Shared Lanes - No bike accommodations; people on bikes share lanes with traffic Sharrows - Markings indicate where to ride, but no dedicated space for people on bikes Bike Lanes - Standard 5-foot wide painted bike lanes for exclusive use by people on bikes Buffered Bike Lanes - Bike lanes with 2-3 feet of extra separation from traffic with paint Protected Bike Lanes - Bike lanes separated from traffic with posts, planter boxes, or curbs n=681 Survey Results 57

58 Q9: If a bike share service was available in Bellevue today, would you use bike share in Bellevue? 24% 21% 55% Yes, I would use bike share in Bellevue No, I would not use bike share I don't know n=655 Survey Results 58

59 Q10: If a bike share service was available in Bellevue today, in which parts of the city would you use bike share? 80% 70% 72% 60% 50% 40% 32% 32% 30% 20% 24% 16% 22% 19% 10% 0% Downtown Bellevue BelRed Crossroads Eastgate/Factoria Lake Hills Other residential areas None, I would not use bike share n=650 Survey Results 59

60 Q11: If a bike share service was available in Downtown Bellevue today, how much more often would you ride a bike in Downtown Bellevue than you do now? 20% 33% Much more often Somewhat more often About the same 47% n=488 Survey Results 60

61 Q12: If a bike share service was available in Downtown Bellevue today, where would you typically ride? 9% 45% On the street in lanes shared with motor vehicle traffic On the sidewalk 46% I would not ride bike share in Downtown Bellevue today n=491 Survey Results 61

62 Q13: If a network of comfortable and safe bicycle facilities were available in Downtown Bellevue, how much more often would you ride a bike (your own or bike share) in Downtown Bellevue than you do now? 8% 32% 60% Much more often Somewhat more often About the same n=491 Survey Results 62

63 Initial Feedback? 1. Questions/concerns? 2. Should we permit private companies to operate bike share in Bellevue in 2018? BDA Feedback on Bike Share 63

64 Franz Loewenherz Transportation Department For More Information 64

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