City Council Special Work Session

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Meeting Date: 06/22/2021  
From: Rick Barrett, City Engineer
Department: Engineering and Capital Improvements  

Petition - Lack of Safe and Accessible Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure in Flagstaff  
Receive direction from Council as to how they would like to address the three issues raised in the Petition including:
- Reallocate the $157 Million allocated to new streets and street widening in Proposition 419 to fund safe bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in the draft Active Transportation Management Plan. 
- Install Protected Bike Lanes on Beaver St., San Francisco St., Butler Ave., and Fourth St. by December 2022 and Milton and West Route 66 by December 2023.
- Reduce the speed limit on Butler Ave. and Lone Tree to 25 miles per hour by August 2021.
Staff is prepared to be responsive to the request as follows:
- $6.8M budgeted in FY22 for Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure.
- Immediately begin design and in some cases construction of Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure in advance of Council's adoption of the Active Transportation Master Plan.
- Immediately begin an engineering and traffic investigation for speed limits on Butler and Lone Tree.
- Continue Legal research concerning the reallocation of the funding in Proposition 419.
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