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3 Ministry of Transportation Ministère des Transports DESIGN CRITERIA Page: 1 of 13 WORK PROJECT NO. N/A GO Bloomington Station TYPE OF PROJECT LOCATION Bloomington Road at Highway 404 LENGTH 830 m LIMITS FROM STA (765 m west of CL Hwy 404) TO STA (60 m east of CL Hwy 404) MUNICIPAL JURISDICTIONS: York Region Geographic Township(s): Town of Aurora and Town of Richmond Hill BLOOMINGTON ROAD FUNCTIONAL HIGHWAY CLASSIFICATION PRESENT CONDITIONS DESIGN STANDARDS PROPOSED STANDARDS RAU 100 RAD 100 RAD 100 Signature: RECOMMENDED BY: MINIMUM STOPPING SIGHT DISTANCE >185 m 185 m >185 m Printed Name: EQUIVALENT MINIMUM K FACTOR CREST N/A 70 N/A Date: SAG N/A 45 N/A MTO PROJECT MANAGER / ENGINEER GRADES MAXIMUM 0.7% 3-4% 0.7% Signature: RADIUS MINIMUM 4500 m 420 m 4500 m Printed Name: PAVEMENT WIDTH 4 x 3.66 m (3) SHOULDER WIDTH SHOULDER ROUNDING MEDIAN WIDTH 2.44 m to 2.5m (1) 0.61 m to 1.0 m (1) 2.13 m (7 ) to 3.05 m (10 ) raised median (4) 2 x 3.75 m EBL 2 x 3.75 m WBL 2 x 3.66 m EBL (3) 2 x 3.66 m WBL (3) Date: 2.50 m 2.50 m 1.0 m 1.0 m HEAD, PLANNING AND DESIGN or HEAD, STRUCTURAL 2.0 m MIN 2.0 m to 5.50 m (4) APPROVED BY: R.O.W. WIDTH VAR. N/A VAR. Signature: POSTED SPEED 80 km/h (2) 80 km/h 80 km/h Printed Name: MISCELLANEOUS N/A N/A N/A Date: REGIONAL MANAGER, ENGINEERING - 1 -

4 Page: 2 of 13 TRAFFIC: NOTES: Bloomington Road Location Existing (2013) Design Year (2026) Design Year (2031) Average Daily Traffic Volumes (AADT) 15,200 26,840 29,590 Peak Hour Volume, AM (PM) 1,461 (1433) 2,589 (2520) 2853(2780) % Commercial 10% 10% Ramp N-E/W Average Daily Traffic Volumes (AADT) 2,800 5,170 5,680 Peak Hour Volume, AM (PM) 344 (261) 711 (406) 773 (454) % Commercial 13.5% 13.5% 13.5% Ramp W-S Average Daily Traffic Volumes (AADT) 3,230 4, Peak Hour Volume, AM (PM) 276 (301) 384 (448) 434 (502) % Commercial 5% 5% 5% Ramp E-S Average Daily Traffic Volumes (AADT) 2,780 3,840 4,340 Peak Hour Volume, AM (PM) 127 (179) 175 (247) 198 (279) % Commercial 5% 5% 5% Note: a) Year 2026 traffic projections reflect background growth plus full build-out of the Bloomington GO Station b) Year 2031 reflects 5 year post full build-out 1. Shoulder width 2.44 m (8 ) and rounding 0.61 m (2 ) extracted from MTO Contract Drawings (units: feet). Recently widened section of Bloomington Road, west of the CN rail crossing includes 2.5 m Fully Paved Shoulders (FPS) and1.0 m rounding. 2. Existing posted speed information based on field review of existing signing. 3. Through lane widths are currently 3.66 m along Bloomington Road within the interchange area (east of CN rail crossing). Lane width of 3.66 m are to be maintained as part of this contract; however, reduced to 3.50 m in the future, if/when bike lanes are provided along Bloomington Road. At that time, the design speed will be reduced to 80 km/h design (60km/h posted), per discussions with York Region m raised median width (E/P to E/P) is to be provided at CN bridge (versus 3.05 m median existing at CN bridge). Provide 2.0 m raised median and 3.5m westbound left turn lane on Bloomington Road at both signalized site access locations. This replaces existing 2.13 m (7 ) wide median along Bloomington Road between Ramp N-E/W and Ramp S-E/W m Right Turn Taper with auxiliary lane at east entrance. The deceleration of the turning vehicle will start on the through lane. 2

5 Page: 3 of 13 Interchange Standards Table INTERCHANGE NAME: Highway 404 / Bloomington Road Highway 404 Exit RAMP N-E/W PRESENT CONDITIONS DESIGN STANDARDS PROPOSED STANDARDS MAINLINE HIGHWAY RAMP DESIGN SPEED SIGHT DISTANCE REQUIREMENT FOR STOPPING, CROSSING AND TURNING MOVEMENTS AT THE CROSSING ROAD EQUIVALENT MINIMUM K FACTOR Two-Lane Exit (DS=60km/h) Two-Lane Exit (DS=80km/h, Std.) (DS=60km/h min) Two-Lane Exit (DS=60km/h) (2)(4) CREST Std., 15 Min. N/A SAG 10 (3) 30 Std., 18 Min. 20 GRADES MAXIMUM 2.95% 6% to 8% 3.09% RADIUS MINIMUM R=130 m (R=70 m) R=250 m R=130 m min 130 m 70m (4) PAVEMENT WIDTH 2 x 3.66 m (5) 3.75 m /lane 2 x 3.75 m (5) SHOULDER WIDTH (Right / Left) (2.44 m/1.0 m) (6) (2.5 m/1.0 m) (2.5 m/1.0 m) (6) SHOULDER ROUNDING m (7) 0.5 m (7) SUPERELEVATION MAXIMUM RATE 6% 6% 6% SIGHT DISTANCE AT EXIT TERMINAL - N/A N/A EXIT TERMINAL SPEED-CHANGE LANE LENGTH - N/A N/A SIGHT DISTANCE AT ENTRANCE TERMINAL - N/A N/A ENTRANCE TERMINAL SPEED-CHANGE LANE LENGTH - N/A N/A NOTES: 1. Reflects 310 m of ramp reconstruction (Sta to ) from centreline of Bloomington Road. 2. Minimum design speed standard matches with existing condition. 3. Existing sag curve on approach to illuminated intersection with Bloomington Road (equivalent to 65 km/h comfort control) 4. Ramp N-E/W/S is only realigned partly at terminal connecting with Bloomington Road. R=70 m curve (45 km/h) approaching Bloomington Road is the same as existing radius. 5. Two lane exit ramp widening to three lanes at intersection with Bloomington Road 6. Provide curb and gutter to accommodate pavement drainage through inside of curves m rounding is applied where guide rail or barrier is required 3

6 Page: 4 of 13 Highway 404 Entrance RAMP W-S PRESENT CONDITIONS DESIGN STANDARDS PROPOSED STANDARDS CROSSING ROAD DESIGN SPEED RAMP DESIGN SPEED SIGHT DISTANCE REQUIREMENT FOR STOPPING, CROSSING AND TURNING MOVEMENTS AT THE CROSSING ROAD EQUIVALENT MINIMUM K FACTOR Single-Lane Entrance, Outer (DS=65km/h) Single-Lane Entrance, Outer (DS=70km/h, Std.) (DS=50km/h, Min) Single-Lane Entrance, Outer (DS=50km/h) (2) - N/A N/A CREST Std, 8 Min. 25 SAG Std, 12 Min. 25 GRADES MAXIMUM 3.23% 6% to 8% 4.0% RADIUS MINIMUM 160 m 190 m Std. 90 m Min. 90 m (3) PAVEMENT WIDTH 4.88 m 4.75 m 4.75 m SHOULDER WIDTH (Right / Left) (2.44 m/1.0 m) (4) (2.5 m/1.0 m) (2.5 m/1.0 m) (4) SHOULDER ROUNDING 0.5 m 0.5 m 0.5 m SUPERELEVATION MAXIMUM RATE 6% 6% 6% SIGHT DISTANCE AT EXIT TERMINAL m 337 m EXIT TERMINAL SPEED-CHANGE LANE LENGTH 107 m (1) (Direct Taper) 180 m N/A (5) SIGHT DISTANCE AT ENTRANCE TERMINAL ENTRANCE TERMINAL SPEED-CHANGE LANE LENGTH NOTES: 1. Existing Direct Taper (equivalent to 79km/h crossing road design speed) begins at CN rail bridge. 2. Reflects 286 m of ramp reconstruction (Sta to ) from B/N at Bloomington Road. Ramp W-S is realigned to accommodate access to GO Station and future MTO Carpool lot. 3. Design speed of 50 km/h is the minimum design speed standard for outer ramp with highway design speed of 100 km/h (per Table ramp design speed in MTO Geometric design manual). Radius tightened to R=90 m (50km/h DS) to accommodate easterly shift and access to GO Station and future MTO Carpool lot. 4. Provide curb and gutter to accommodate pavement drainage through inside of curves 5. Exit terminal for Ramp W-S is developed in direct spiral on Bloomington Road 95 m to B/N 4

7 Page: 5 of 13 Highway 404 Entrance RAMP E-S PRESENT CONDITIONS DESIGN STANDARDS PROPOSED STANDARDS CROSSING ROAD DESIGN SPEED RAMP DESIGN SPEED Single-Lane Entrance, Inner (DS=40km/h) Single-Lane Entrance, Inner (DS=50 km/h) Single-Lane Entrance, Inner (DS=40 km/h, Urban Std.) SIGHT DISTANCE REQUIREMENT FOR STOPPING, CROSSING AND TURNING MOVEMENTS AT THE CROSSING ROAD N/A N/A EQUIVALENT CREST 14 8 MINIMUM K FACTOR SAG GRADES MAXIMUM 3.89% 6% to 8% 4.1% RADIUS MINIMUM 50 m 90 m 50 m (3) PAVEMENT WIDTH 4.88 m 4.75 m 4.75 m SHOULDER WIDTH (Right / Left) (1.83 m/1.0 m) (4) (2.5 m/1.0 m) (2.5 m/1.0 m) (4) SHOULDER ROUNDING 0.5 m 0.5 m SUPERELEVATION MAXIMUM RATE 6% 6% SIGHT DISTANCE AT EXIT TERMINAL m >300 m EXIT TERMINAL SPEED-CHANGE LANE LENGTH 180 m >180 SIGHT DISTANCE AT ENTRANCE TERMINAL NA N/A ENTRANCE TERMINAL SPEED-CHANGE LANE LENGTH N/A N/A NOTES: 1. Ramp E-S is partially widening from exit terminal on Bloomington Road including B/N shift 2. Design speed of 40 km/h is the minimum design speed standard for (urban) inner ramp with crossing road speed of km/h 3. Maintain R=50 m exiting Bloomington Road in keeping with existing conditions. 4. Provide curb and gutter to accommodate pavement drainage through inside of curves 5

8 Page: 6 of 13 REMARKS: Subject Applicable to the Project 1. Project Purpose and Scope Y 2. Design Year Y 3. Related Studies and Adjacent Projects Y 4. Environmental Assessment Y 5. Pavement Y 6. Cross-Fall Y 7. Superelevation Y 8. Drainage Y 9. Roadside Safety Y 10. Signing Y 11. Illumination Y 12. Traffic Signals Y 13. Commercial Entrances Y 14. Intersections Y 15. Structures N 16. Pavement Widening on Curves Y 17. Passing Lanes / Truck Climbing Lanes N 18. Fencing Y 19. Active Transportation Infrastructure Y 20. Property Requirements Y 21. Railway Crossings Y 22. Utilities and Pipelines Y 23. Construction Staging Y 24. Legal Agreements and Approvals Y 25. Miscellaneous Y * No indicates Not applicable to this project as there are no changes from existing conditions. or Not applicable to this project.. 1. Project Purpose and Scope Metrolinx is proposing to expand the Richmond Hill line and construct Bloomington GO Station at south-west quadrant of the interchange. This new station will include a station building a side rail platform, kiss & ride parking lot. External to the site, the following work will be required: Realignment of Bloomington/ Hwy 404 Ramp W- S Partial realignment of Hwy 404 Ramp N-E/W Minor widening of Hwy 404 Ramp E-S and B/N shift Widening of Bloomington Road on the south and north to accommodate turning lanes into the site New access road on the south of Bloomington Road, with traffic signals at Bloomington Road New traffic signals at intersection of Bloomington Road and re-aligned Ramp N-E/W Full illumination adjacent to the site Drainage and storm water management measures, sized to accommodate proposed GO Station and future MTO Car Pool Lot (150 spaces) New CSP culvert crossing of Bloomington Road, west of Ramp N-E/W intersection. Realigning the existing stream to the wetland 6

9 Page: 7 of Design Year 2026 and 2031 for traffic purposes (Construction currently scheduled for Nov 2016 to Nov 2018) 3. Related Studies and Adjacent Project Replacement of the CN railway bridge to be completed under separate contract. 4. Environmental Assessment GO Station approved under the Richmond Hill Layover Facility Environmental Assessment [EA] and Preliminary Design completed in August. Addendum is being completed to address access changes. 5. Pavement The project will involve new road construction with minor widening and cross-fall correction of existing pavement. Preliminary geotechnical investigations have been completed for this project. Follow-up detail geotechnical investigations and preparation of Pavement Design Report are completed. 6. Cross-Fall Correction of exiting pavement cross-fall on Bloomington Road. On the Ramps, new construction will meet the Design Standards for super-elevation. 7. Superelevation New construction and resurfacing will meet the Design Standard for super-elevation (max 6%). 8. Drainage Existing drainage patterns will be maintained. Newly constructed side road ditches outlet to the new culvert crossing immediately west of the Hwy 404 Ramp N-E/W intersection. The existing ditch cuts through the GO Bloomington Station site will be relocated to the east side of the parking area and enclosed, and treated through bio-swale prior to outletting to the wetland south of Bloomington Road. 9. Roadside Safety Traffic barrier requirements will be reviewed and installations provided where appropriate, in accordance with current Ministry policy. Slope flattening will be provided throughout, as available space permits. 10. Signing All traffic signs will be in accordance with the Ontario Traffic Manual (OTM). 11. Illumination Conventional lighting at affected intersections and interchange ramps to be provided (partial illumination). 12. Traffic Signals The existing traffic signals at Hwy 404 Ramp N-E/W intersection will be removed. Temporary signals will be provided as required to accommodate staged construction along Bloomington Road and the Highway 404 ramp modifications. New traffic signals will be provided at the new (re-aligned) Ramp N-E/W intersection with Bloomington Road (+ 43 m to the west). These traffic signals will accommodate a fourth intersection leg (to serve GO Station and future carpool lot) and include the addition of a westbound left turn lane. Signals will operate under split phasing operation. The new westerly site access at Bloomington Rd will be signalized. The intersection will be located 350 m west of the Hwy 404 Ramp N-E/W intersection (centreline to centreline). The new signals will be semi-actuated. 13. Commercial Entrances Two signalized intersections are proposed along Bloomington Road to access the GO Station and future carpool lot. Initially this access will be exclusively used by buses entering/exiting the site, as well as the majority of vehicles entering from Highway 404 southbound. In the future it will also serve all traffic entering/exiting the MTO carpool lot ( spaces). 7

10 Page: 8 of 13 The existing utility access provided from Ramp N-E/W and Bloomington Road to the communications tower located between the Ramp N-E/W and Ramp E-S will be reinstated. Existing access to Ramp E-S is not affected. 14. Intersections The existing intersection of Hwy 404 Ramp N-E/W and Bloomington Road will be shifted approximately 43 m west to accommodate tightening of the Hwy 404 Ramp W-S and access to the GO Station. This intersection provides for 50 m minimum spacing between the intersection curb radii and the Ramp W-S bullnose. The Ramp W-S lane will begin at the intersection on direct spiral 95 m west of the ramp bullnose. The eastbound right turn and westbound left turn at the intersection (into the GO Station) will be restricted to bus only (and future car pool traffic). The access will be configured as a single left and single right turn lane exiting the site. It will operate under split phase signal control with a No Right Turn on Red restriction placed on the right turn entry and exit movements. No northbound left advance will be provided. The new westerly (signalized) site access at Bloomington Rd will be located 350 m west of the Hwy 404 Ramp N-E/W intersection (centreline to centreline). This is a T- intersection will all movements accommodated, including exclusive left and right turn lanes accommodated along Bloomington Road. A dual left and single right turn lane will be provided on the south leg of the intersection (exiting the GO Station). 15. Structures No structures are proposed on this project. 16. Pavement Widening on Curve Pavement widening at Hwy 404 Ramp E-S will be installed as per MTO standards. 17. Passing Lanes / Truck Climbing Lane No passing Lanes/Truck Climbing Lane are proposed in this project. 18. Fencing All acquired property will be fenced with a standard highway/chain link fence to restrict pedestrian and animal access. 19. Active Transportation Infrastructure No bike lanes or sidewalk will be installed on Bloomington Road under the current project. The cross-section protects for bike lanes and sidewalks in the future (as necessary). A sidewalk and bike lanes will be provided along the westerly site access road. 20. Property Requirements Additional property will be required in the south-west quadrant to accommodate the new GO Station (land is currently owned by MTO and a portion of the lands will need to be acquired by Metrolinx). Modification to the CAH designated right-of-way limits will be required to reflect modifications to the Ramp W-S. There will also be property requirements along realignment of N-E/W/S ramp. 21. Railway Crossings West of Highway 404 there is a railway overpass. This structure is being replaced by CN in 2017 under a separate contract. The revised structure will provide for m, and vertical clearance of 5.2 m. 22. Utilities and Pipelines Bell Canada (fibre cable) located along the south side of Bloomington Road will be directly impacted. Bell will relocate to the north side of Bloomington Road. Power Stream will be installing new pole line along the south side of Bloomington Road west of the site to service the site. An underground concrete duct bank is to be provided to accommodate crossing of CN rail. The existing communications tower located between the Ramp N-E/W and Ramp E-S will not be directly impacted. 8

11 Page: 9 of Construction Staging Detailed construction staging plans will be developed maintaining all existing traffic movements except for short term restricted closures. Existing lane and shoulder widths will be maintained where possible with reductions to 3.5m and 1m respectively, as required. The posted speed of 80 km/h on Bloomington Road will be reduced to 60 km/h during construction. Single lane closures will be required along Bloomington Road (maintain one lane of traffic in each direction at all times). Single lane closures will be required on Ramp N-E/W to accommodate ramp tie-in and staging along Bloomington Road. Short-term closure of Ramp W-S will be required to accommodate ramp tie-in. Municipal Road and MTO Ramps Stage 1: Utilize existing access on Bloomington Road. Construct Ramp N-E/W realignment, widen Ramp E-S, construction west access road (Access Road 1) connection to Bloomington Road. Maintain existing lane configuration and traffic signals Stage 2: Construct Ramp W-S realignment Stage 3: Upon completion of CN bridge (by others), close outer lanes along Bloomington Road and widen Bloomington Road to the outside. Operate single lane EB and single lane WB. Short-term Ramp W-S closure to accommodate tie-in (i.e. weekend or night work). Complete temporary traffic signals at Ramp N-E/W. Install permanent traffic signals at westerly site access (Access Road 1). Stage 4 Shift traffic to outside and reconstruct median and left turn lanes along Bloomington Road. Operate single lane EB and single lane WB. Shift traffic to new Ramp W-S and remove existing Ramp W-S. Construct median on Bloomington Road, and complete new access road connection to Bloomington Road west of the CN rail bridge. Upon completion, close the site access east of CN bridge and direct all site traffic to the new westerly access road. Construct east access (Access Road 2, opposite re-aligned Ramp N-E/W). Stage 5: Complete traffic signals at Ramp N-E/W. Reduce Ramp N-E/W to single lane (short-term) to accommodate tie-in to new ramp. Remove existing Ramp N-E/W. Remove temporary traffic signals and complete median work. 24. Legal Agreements and Approvals The Ministry and Metrolinx to enter into a shared access and maintenance agreement for joint use of the east access to accommodate future car pool lot (protected for under this contract). 25. Miscellaneous a) This project does not include any provisions for ATMS b) The design protects for a future MTO Carpool Lot (150 spaces) immediately east of the GO Station parking lot. Lot will be kept separate for the GO Station. c) Landscaping will be provided as part of this project, and include replacement of trees along MTO fence line. d) No requirement for special wildlife control measures has been identified other than standard ROW fencing. 9

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