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1 FY of Allocation Action: 2006/07 Project Name: Implementing Agency: Market Street Bike Lane, Octavia Boulevard to 17th Street Department of Parking and Traffic Category: Subcategory: EXPENDITURE PLAN INFORMATION C. Street & Traffic Safety iv. Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Gray cells will automatically be filled in. EP Project/Program: b. Bicycle Circulation/Safety EP Line Number (Primary): 39 Current Request: Other EP Line Numbers: SCOPE Sufficient scope detail should be provided to allow Authority staff to evaluate the reasonablenes of the proposed budget and schedule. Graphics should be provided on Worksheet 7-Maps.etc. Project sponsors shall provide a brief explanation of how the project was priortized for funding, highlighting: 1) project benefits, 2) level of public input into the prioritization process, and 3) whether the project is included in any adopted plans, including Prop K 5-Year Prioritization Programs. Justify any inconsistencies with the adopted Prop K Strategic Plan or 5- Year Prioritization Program(s). Indicate work to be performed by outside consultants or force account. Very long scopes may be typed into a separate Word file. This project is to plan and design roadway changes to Route 50 along Market Street between Octavia Boulevard and 17th Street, which is the most heavily used bike route in the ciy. The goal of the project is to fill in gaps in the existing bike lanes, which drop where the roadway space narrows along boarding islands. This project will determine which method to use to fill in each gap and how much funding is necessary for implementation. Preliminary designs for this project were developed as part of the Bicycle Plan Update. See the following pages for additional detail. The project was not included in the Prop K 5-Year Prioritization Program and therefore would require a 5YPP amendment. The project was identified as a "Top 20" project from the extensive public outreach that accompanied the SF Bicycle Plan Update. Outreach will be performed as necessary during the Planning/ Conceptual Engineering phas of this work. This project is a priority as "Top 20" projects not yet completed are proposed for the EIR of the Bicycle Plan Update, and could be environmentally cleared at the project level after the process is complete. Due to the current peremptory writ of mandate directed at San Francisco preventing the City from implementing bicycle projects, this request is for funds to plan and design these improvements. P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 1-Scope Form v Page 1 of 18

2 The San Francisco County Superior Court issued the peremptory writ of mandate November 7, 2006 preventing the City and County of San Francisco from implementing portions of the San Francisco Bicycle Plan until environmental review has been completed on the entire plan. This injunction stems from a lawsuit challenging the environmental review of San Francisco s Bicycle Plan. Because this request is for funds to conduct planning, environmental review, and design work only, and not to implement any physical changes, it is anticipated that this lawsuit will not impact the proposed project. The injunction expressly permits "approving, funding or continuing with any studies, engineering, planning or other administrative work on any item in the 2005 San Francisco Bike Plan or any proposed improvement to any bicycle route, including work up to and including adoption or any motion or resolution or ordinance by the appropriate public agency body." P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 1-Scope Form v Page 2 of 18

3 SUMMARY SHEET OUTLINE MARKET STREET, OCTAVIA STREET TO 17 TH STREET Project Description Market Street has the highest volume of bicycle traffic in the City. A bike count done in July 2002 showed that some sections of the street have bike volumes of over 200 cyclists per hour during the peak periods. Market Street is flat and connects much of the City s existing bicycle route network, including 14 th Street, the Duboce Avenue Bikeway, Valencia Street, Page Street, 11 th Street, Polk Street, 8 th Street, 7 th Street, and The Embarcadero. It also connects downtown to the neighborhoods with the highest bicycle usage: the Mission, the Castro, the Haight, Hayes Valley, and Western Addition. Upper Market Street (defined as Octavia Street to 17 th Street for the purposes of this project) is characterized by wide intersections with intermittent medians and transit boarding islands. Vehicles move at higher speeds during off-peak hours on this upper segment and there are more vehicle turning movements at intersections due to fewer turning prohibitions. While bike lanes exist on much of this segment, they are discontinued at approaches to intersections where transit islands, narrow lanes, and existing parking lanes do not afford sufficient roadway width for a standard bike lane. Bicycle improvements to this segment of Market Street require analysis of the application of specific Supplemental Design Guideline standards, analysis of changes to existing lane configuration at specific intersections, and analysis of parking removal in some locations. History/Background Existing bike lanes on Upper Market Street were striped in The 1997 Bike Plan recommended various improvements to Market Street, but did not discriminate between the various segments and cross section variations along the street. The discontinuous nature of the existing bike lanes as a result of the transit island boarding platforms was noted, but no specific recommendations were made for addressing this design issue. Design Segments Three typical existing conditions diagrams are presented in the Concept Design Sheets for this project. Existing Condition, Typical 1 illustrates a Market Street intersection approach with a transit island, through lane, dedicated right turn lane, and curb, with curbside parking immediately upstream and partially overlapping with the transit island. Existing Condition, Typical 2 illustrates a Market Street intersection approach with a transit island, shared through/right-turn lane, corner bulb-out, and curbside parking adjacent to the transit island. Existing Condition, Typical 3 illustrates a Market Street intersection approach with a transit island, through lane, shared through/right-turn lane, corner bulb-out, and curbside parking adjacent to the transit island. There are several design options presented for each typical Existing Condition. Options A, B, and C are presented for Existing Condition, Typical 1. Options D and E are presented for Existing Condition, Typical 2. Options F and G are presented for Existing Condition, Typical 3. The design options are as follows: A. Shared Bicycle/Right Turn Pocket: Dashed strip overlapping the inside of the dedicated right turn lane. B. Bicycle Channel: A two- to three-foot wide channel striped between the existing through and right turn lanes. C. Remove Right Turn Lane: Replace existing vehicle right turn lane with an extended bike lane. San Francisco Bicycle Plan Update Short Term Projects 3/25/04 Project Summary Page 1 Market Street, Octavia Street to 17 th Street

4 D. Curbside Bicycle Channel: A two- to three-foot wide channel striped adjacent to the curb. E. Reduced Curb Extension and Remove Parking (if needed): Shave back existing curb extension to provide width for an extended bike lane. Remove curbside parking adjacent to boarding island to extend bicycle lane. F. Curbside Bicycle Channel: A two- to three-foot wide channel striped adjacent to the curb. (Similar to D, however the existing condition has an additional through lane). G. Reduced Curb Extension and Remove Parking (if needed): Shave back existing curb extension to provide width for an extended bike lane. Remove curbside parking adjacent to boarding island to extend bicycle lane. (Similar to E, however the existing condition has an additional through lane). Locations where each of the above options can be applied are shown on the attached Concept Design Sheets and listed below. Market Street and Noe Street Westbound: F, G Market Street and Noe Street Eastbound: A, B, C Market Street and Sanchez Street Westbound: A, B, C Market Street and Sanchez Street Eastbound: A, B, C Market Street and Church Street Westbound: A, B, C Market Street and Church Street Eastbound: D Market Street and Dolores Street Eastbound: A, B, C Market Street and Buchanan Street Westbound: D, E Market Street and Laguna Street Westbound: D, E Market Street and Guerrero Street Eastbound: D, E Capacity Capacity loss at each intersection where lane removal is recommended should be evaluated to determine if additional design modifications are necessary. Parking Parking would be impacted at the following locations under the specific options: Market Street at Noe Street, Westbound F no parking impact G requires removal of two to five parking spaces Market Street at Noe Street, Eastbound A, B and C require removal of two to four parking spaces Market Street at Sanchez Street, Westbound A, B and C require removal of two to four parking spaces Market Street t Sanchez Street, Eastbound A, B and C require removal of two to four parking spaces Market Street at Church Street, Westbound A, B and C require removal of two to four parking spaces Market Street at Church Street, Eastbound No parking impact Market Street at Dolores Street, Eastbound A, B and C require removal of two to four parking spaces Market Street at Laguna Street, Westbound San Francisco Bicycle Plan Update Short Term Projects 3/25/04 Project Summary Page 2 Market Street, Octavia Street to 17 th Street

5 D no parking impact E requires removal of two to four parking spaces Market Street at Buchanan Street, Eastbound D no parking impact E requires removal of two to four parking spaces Market Street at Guerrero Street, Eastbound D no parking impact E requires removal of two to four parking spaces Transit Muni service should not be impacted. Muni route 37 and the F-Line operate along this section of Market Street, while routes 22, 24, 35, and the J-Line cross it. Pedestrian Concerns Narrowing corner bulb-outs will increase the crossing distance for pedestrians. Land Use Upper Market Street is a regionally significant mixed-use commercial, retail and residential corridor. Existing land uses and businesses depend on access by all transportation modes, including pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and private vehicles. Other Departments or Agencies Muni, DPW, Planning Next Steps Capacity at each intersection where lane removal is recommended should be further analyzed to determine if design modifications to intersecting streets, approach lanes, or other mitigation measures are necessary. San Francisco Bicycle Plan Update Short Term Projects 3/25/04 Project Summary Page 3 Market Street, Octavia Street to 17 th Street

6 Match Line A 17th Street Market Street Castro Street Noe Street 16th Street 15th Street Sanchez Street Market Street Sanchez Street 15th Street 16th Street Noe Street Church Street Striping of a westbound bicycle lane at the intersection with Castro and 17th Street would require removal of a westbound travel lane. A B C A B C A B C Market Street Octavia Street to 17th Street This draft diagram is designed for public input and discussion purposes. This is a representative diagram and is not based on actual survey data. All information presented in this diagram is subject to modification. F G D DRAFT 3/25/04 Match Line A Match Line B N Market Street (Octavia to 17th) Cross Section Concept Sheet 3 San Francisco Bicycle Plan Update Preliminary Engineering Priority Project Sheets

7 Match Line B Match Line C Market Street Market Street 14th Street Dolores Street Duboce Street Laguna Street Guerrero Street Safeway Plaza Pearl Street Elgin Park Octavia Street Buchanan Street A B C D E A B C D E D E Market Street Octavia Street to 17th Street This draft diagram is designed for public input and discussion purposes. DRAFT 3/25/04 This is a representative diagram and is not based on actual survey data. All information presented in this diagram is subject to modification. Church Street Duboce Street Eastern Project Area Boundary Match Line C N 1Market Street (Octavia to 17th) Cross Section Concept Sheet 4 San Francisco Bicycle Plan Update Preliminary Engineering Priority Project Sheets

8 Market Street (Octavia to 17th) Cross Section Concept Sheet 1 San Francisco Bicycle Plan Update Preliminary Engineering Priority Project Sheets Typical 1 Through Lane and Right Turn Lane Typical 2 Shared Through Right Turn Lane Through lane Right-turn lane Transit island End existing bike lane (typical) Curb extension Shared through and right-turn lane Metered parking Transit island A D B Shared Bicycle/ Right Turn Pocket: 4-foot wide, dashed stripe overlapping inside of the right turn lane Remove two to four parking spaces to allow for extension of bike lane to intersection Curbside Bicycle Channel: 2-foot to 3-foot wide channel striped adjacent to curb Bicycle Channel: 2-foot to 3-foot wide channel striped between the existing through and right turn lanes Remove two to four parking spaces to allow for extension of bike lane to intersection C E Remove Right-Turn Lane: Replace right-turn lane with an extended bike lane Remove two to four parking spaces to allow for extension of bike lane to intersection Reduced Curb Extension: Shave back existing curb extension to provide width for extended bike lane Remove Parking: Remove parking adjacent to boarding islands to extend bike lane N End existing bike lane (typical) Market Street Octavia Street to 17th Street This draft diagram is designed for public input and discussion purposes. This is a representative diagram and is not based on actual survey data. All information presented in this diagram is subject to modification. DRAFT 3/25/04

9 TYPICAL 3 Through Lane and Shared Through Right Turn Lane Curb extension Through lane Shared through& right-turn lane Noe, Outbound Metered parking Transit island End existing bike lane (typical) Market Street Octavia Street to 17th Street F G Reduced Curb Extension: Shave back existing curb extension to Curbside provide width for Bicycle extended bike lane Channel: 2-foot to 3-foot wide channel striped adjacent to curb Remove Parking: Remove parking adjacent to shared right-through lane to extend bike lane This draft diagram is designed for public input and discussion purposes. This is a representative diagram and is not based on actual survey data. All information presented in this diagram is subject to modification. DRAFT 3/25/04 N Market Street (Octavia to 17th) Cross Section Concept Sheet 2 San Francisco Bicycle Plan Update Preliminary Engineering Priority Project Sheets

10 FY 2006/07 Project Name: Implementing Agency: Market Street Bike Lane, Octavia Boulevard to 17th Street Department of Parking and Traffic ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCE Type : Status: EIR Completion Date (mm/dd/yy) EIR scope being developed 10/01/08 Attach evidence of CEQA/NEPA compliance findings, if complete (e.g. cover sheet of certified EIR). Planning/Conceptual Engineering Environmental Studies (PA&ED) Design Engineering (PS&E) R/W Activities/Acquisition Advertise Construction Start Construction (Award Contract) Start Procurement (e.g. rolling stock) Project Completion (Open for Use) PROJECT DELIVERY MILESTONES Start Date End Date Quarter Fiscal Year Quarter Fiscal Year / / / / /10 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A /11 Use July 1 as the start of the fiscal year. Use 1, 2, 3, 4 to denote quarters and XXXX/XX for the fiscal year (e.g. 2004/05). SCHEDULE COORDINATION/NOTES Provide project delivery milestones for each sub-project included in the current request, if appropriate. Describe coordination with other project schedules or external deadlines (e.g., obligation deadlines) that impact the project schedule, if relevant. Initial project planning completed as part of the 2005 Bicycle Plan Update. We anticipate the Bike Plan EIR will be complete in October 2008, and that this project will be included in the project-level analysis and environmental clearance. Due to a potentially high number of projects anticipated to be environmentally cleared at the end of the EIR process that have not yet been prioritized, it is difficult to anticipate a construction date. This is a planning level estimate that will be revised as part of the design phase. P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 2-Schedule Form v Page 10 of 18

11 FY 2006/07 Project Name: Implementing Agency: Market Street Bike Lane, Octavia Boulevard to 17th Street Department of Parking and Traffic COST SUMMARY BY PHASE - CURRENT REQUEST Allocations will generally be for one phase only. Multi-phase allocations will be considered on a case-by-case basis. In the table below provide information for the CURRENT Prop K request only rather than the total project cost for all phases. For instance, if the request is for Phase 1 of a planning study, just show the total cost for Phase 1 and the amount of Prop K funds requested for Phase 1. Planning/Conceptual Engineering Environmental Studies (PA&ED) Design Engineering (PS&E) R/W Activities/Acquisition Construction Procurement (e.g. rolling stock) Operations Yes/No Yes Cost for Current Request/Phase Prop K - Current Total Cost Request COST SUMMARY BY PHASE - ENTIRE PROJECT Show total cost for ALL project phases based on best available information. Planning/Conceptual Engineering Environmental Studies (PA&ED) Design Engineering (PS&E) R/W Activities/Acquisition Construction Procurement (e.g. rolling stock) Operations Total: Total Cost $385,013 $419,513 Source of Cost Estimate MTA Planning; based on prior work MTA Planning; based on prior work Sources include: CER; EIR/EIS; 30% Design; 65% Design; Actual, etc. Expected Useful Life: 50 Years Enter expected useful life of completed capital project (e.g., use audit number). P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 3-Cost Form v Page 11 of 18

12 MAJOR LINE ITEM BUDGET 1. Provide a major line item budget, with subtotals by phase. More detail is required the farther along the project is in the development phase. 2. Requests for project development should include preliminary estimates for later phases such as construction. 3. Support costs and contingencies should be called out in each phase, as appropriate. 4. For work to be performed by agency staff rather than consultants, provide base rate, overhead multiplier, and fully burdened rates by position with FTE (full-time equivalent) ratio. A sample format is provided below. Design Engineering (PS&E) Position Unburdened Salary Overhead Multiplier Fully Burdened Salary Hours FTE Ratio Total Cost Assistant Engineer $89, $198, $22, Associate Engineer $103, $230, $9, Planner IV $111, $248, $3, Total See next page for preliminary construction cost estimate. P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 4-Major Form Line Item v. Budget Page 12 of 18

13 Market Street & Octavia Blvd. Curb work to extend bike lanes at intersections DRAFT Construction Cost Estimate - 1/26/2007 Location Total Area (sf) Curb - Demolish (lf) Curb - Construct (lf) Sidewalk - Demolish (sf) Comments Market at 17th Westbound Market at Noe Eastbound and westbound Market at Sanchez Eastbound and westbound Market at Church* Westbound Market at Dolores Eastbound Market at Duboce Eastbound and westbound Market at Guerrero Eastbound and westbound Total * Westbound ONLY - Eastbound Side has MUNI Portal Item Quantity Unit Price Extension Curb - Demolish (lf) 1685 $30 $50,550 Curb - Construct (lf) 1685 $30 $50,550 Sidewalk - Demolish (sf) $7 $53,078 Sub-Total $154,178 20% Contingency $30,836 Utilities Contingency $200,000 Total Estimate $385,013 P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls Page 13 of 18

14 FY 2006/07 Project Name: Implementing Agency: Market Street Bike Lane, Octavia Boulevard to 17th Street Department of Parking and Traffic FUNDING PLAN - FOR CURRENT PROP K REQUEST Prop K Funds Requested: 5-Year Prioritization Program Amount: (enter if appropriate) Strategic Plan Amount for Requested FY: $837,500 If the amount requested is inconsistent (e.g., greather than) with the Strategic Plan amount or the 5-Year Prioritization Program, provide a justification in the space below. This project was not included in the 5YPP for the Bicycle Circulation and Safety category, and as such will require a 5YPP amendment. The Strategic Plan amount includes the $758,000 programmed for FY 2006/07 for Bicycle Circulation and Safety projects, plus $79,500 remaining in unallocated FY 2005/06 funds. Enter the funding plan for the phase or phases for which Prop K funds are currently being requested. Totals should match those shown on the Cost worksheet. Fund Source Prop K sales tax Total: Planned Programmed Allocated Total Prop K Match % - Current Request: % Total from Cost worksheet P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 5-Funding Form v Page 14 of 18

15 Is Prop K providing local match funds for a state or federal grant? No Fund Source Amount Required Local Match % $ Fund Source Prop K sales tax Funding plan to be developed as PS&Es are completed and needed funds are determined. FUNDING PLAN - FOR ENTIRE PROJECT (ALL PHASES) Entire the funding plan for all phases (environmental studies through construction) of the project. This section may be left blank if the current request covers all project phases. Totals should match those shown on the Cost worksheet. Total: Planned $385,013 $419,513 Programmed Prop K Match % - Entire Project: 8.22% $419,513 Total from Cost worksheet FISCAL YEAR CASH FLOW DISTRIBUTION FOR CURRENT PROP K REQUEST Allocated Total $385,013 $419,513 Use the table below to enter the expected rate at which you anticipate expending the requested Prop K funds. If this information is not consistent with the Strategic Plan, please explain in the text box below. Prop K Funds Requested: Sponsor Request - Prop K Cash Flow Fiscal Year FY 2006/07 FY 2007/08 FY 2008/09 Total: Amount Expended $12,500 $12,000 $10,000 % Expended Annually 36% 35% 29% 0% 0% Balance $22,000 $10,000 P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 5-Funding Form v Page 15 of 18

16 AUTHORITY RECOMMENDATION This section is to be completed by Authority Staff. Last Updated: Resolution. No. Res. Date: Prop K Allocation Recommended: Amount Phase: Design Engineering (PS&E) Total: Notes (e.g., supporting detail for multi-phase recommendations, special circumstances for multi-ep line item recommendations): Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution EP % Fiscal Year Maximum SP Assumed % Line Reimbursement Reimbursable Reimbursable 39 FY 2006/07 $10,350 30% 30% 39 FY 2007/08 $17,250 50% 50% 39 FY 2008/09 $6,900 20% 0% 0% 20% 20% 20% Total: If adjusting from Strategic Plan assumptions, provide detail: Balance $24,150 $6,900 Fiscal Year Cash Flow Distribution by Phase EP Maximum Cumulative % Line Fiscal Year Phase Reimbursement Reimbursable Balance 39 FY 2006/07 Design Engineering (PS&E) $10,350 30% $24, FY 2007/08 Design Engineering (PS&E) $17,250 80% $6, FY 2007/08 Design Engineering (PS&E) $6, % 100% 100% Total: Prop K Fund Expiration Date: 12/31/2009 Future Commitment to Allocate: Amount Fiscal Year Phase: Allocation trigger: P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 6-Authority Form v. Rec Page 16 of 18

17 AUTHORITY RECOMMENDATION This section is to be completed by Authority Staff. Last Updated: Resolution. No. Res. Date: Deliverables: 1. Upon completion of Environmental phase, provide evidence of environmental clearance. 2. Upon completion of the PS&E phase, provide evidence of final design, a final revised construction cost estimate with major line items and unit costs, and updated implementation schedule Special Conditions: 1. By February 15, 2007, the MTA must submit a complete 5YPP amendment that includes a detailed list of capital projects (project development), safety education campaigns, and any other eligible activities for which MTA intends to seek Prop K funds in Fiscal Years 2007/08 and 2008/09. Full funding plans must be included. 2. MTA is seeking an outside contractor to audit its recently increased overhead rate. Once we review the audit results, we will be able to determine what proportion of the overhead is eligible for Prop K reimbursement. Until this work is complete, which may take as long as 6 months, we will only reimburse overhead on DPT labor at the prior 2.17 rate rather than the prior 2.89 rate or new 2.22 rate. 3. Notes: P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 6-Authority Form v. Rec Page 17 of 18

18 FY of Allocation Action: 2006/07 Current Request: Project Name: Implementing Agency: Market Street Bike Lane, Octavia Boulevard to 17th Street Department of Parking and Traffic Signatures By signing below, we the undersigned verify that: 1) sales tax revenues shall be used to supplement and under no circumstance replace existing local revenues used for transportation purposes and 2) the requested sales tax funds will not be used to cover expenses incurred prior to Authority Board approval of the allocation. Project Manager Name (typed): Oliver Gajda Title: Bicycle Program Manager Phone: (415) Fax: (415) Grants Section Contact Monique Webster Manager of Capital Grants (415) (415) Address: 1 S Van Ness Avenue, 7th Floor San Francisco, CA S Van Ness Avenue, 7th Floor San Francisco, CA Please sign in blue ink. Signature: Date: 12/04/06 12/04/06 P:\Prop K\FY0607\ARF final\mta Bike Feb 07\MTA DPT Market St Bicycle Project.xls, 8-Signatures Form v Page 18 of 18

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