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File #: 22-670    Name:
Type: Presentation Status: Individual Item Ready
File created: 6/8/2022 In control: Transportation and Traffic Advisory Board
On agenda: 7/14/2022 Final action:
Title: Presentation and discussion on the results of the Avery Parkway Traffic Study.
Attachments: 1. Traffic Study Summary No 2
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PRESENTER: Presenter

Carly Farmer, Graduate Engineer

 

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SUBJECT: Title

Presentation and discussion on the results of the Avery Parkway Traffic Study.

 

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DEPARTMENT: Transportation and Capital Improvements

 

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COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: 2

 

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Staff had previously brought a recommendation for yellow center line pavement markings and an extended no parking zone for Avery Parkway to the Transportation and Traffic Advisory Board and City Council. City Council directed staff to take another look at the traffic on Avery Parkway in front of Clear Spring Elementary School during school pick-up and drop-off times and to come back in June 2022 with an update.  Traffic operations at Clear Spring Elementary School have changed since the initial study, so in Spring 2022, staff completed a second traffic study. The summary of that study is attached.

 

ISSUE:

Staff has a new recommendation for Avery Parkway after City Council gave direction to restudy the area surrounding Clear Spring Elementary School.

 

FISCAL IMPACT:

N/A

 

Recommendation

RECOMMENDATION:

Staff does not recommend installing yellow center line pavement markings or extending the no parking zone on Avery Parkway.