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ATTACHMENT 3

PEDESTRIAN CROSSING IMPROVEMENT 2007 EMPHASIS PROJECT LOCATIONS, TOOLS AND COSTS
Option 1. This option includes a half bulb-out at State and Eastside
High visibility crosswalk sign “Your Speed” sign Center -line sign Sharks teeth and “Yield Here” sign Crossing Flags New crosswalk Half bulb out Crossing Island Cost Estimate

Location

Option 1 Henderson and Eskridge Boulevard and 30th State and Turner Olympia and East Bay 4th and Bethel State and Eastside Capitol Mall and Yauger Lilly and 12th Evergreen and Lakeridge Division and Garfield Option 1 TOTAL

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$50,576 $6,674 $13,163 $6,707 $11,705 $55,798 $5,192 $8,691 $5,556 6,674 $170,736

Option 2. This option includes an island on Lilly Road, instead of the bulb-out at State and Eastside
High visibility crosswalk sign “Your Speed” sign Center -line sign Sharks teeth and “Yield Here” sign Crossing Flags New crosswalk Half bulb out Crossing Island Cost Estimate

Location

Option 2 Henderson and Eskridge Boulevard and 30th State and Turner Olympia and East Bay 4th and Bethel State and Eastside Capitol Mall and Yauger Lilly and 12th Evergreen and Lakeridge Division and Garfield Option 2 TOTAL

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$50,576 $6,674 $13,163 $6,707 $11,705 $10,798 $5,192 $73,691 $5,556 $6,674 $190,736

Notes on above tables: • Cost estimates include design, contingency and mobilization. • Evergreen and Lakeridge and Division and Garfield are C category locations. All others are P category locations. • At Evergreen and Lakeridge, crossing flags are proposed for both the crossing of Lakeridge and the crossing of Evergreen Park Drive.

ATTACHMENT 3

Pedestrian Crossing Improvements Range of Tools Explanations of Tools

High visibility (florescent) crosswalk signs with arrows: Raises driver awareness; located at crosswalk. Added to crosswalks for additional driver awareness. “Yield Here” Signs: Sign to guide drivers to stop 30 or more feet from the crosswalk. Typically used with sharks teeth. “Sharks teeth” advance warning markings: Guides drivers to stop 30 or more feet back from the crosswalk. Used on streets with multiple lanes in one direction. Centerline signs: Placed in center of road at crosswalk to raise driver awareness of crosswalk. “Your speed” signs: Displays an approaching motorist’s speed on a permanently mounted digital sign. Bulb-outs: Bulb-outs are extensions of the sidewalk into the parking lane in order to shorten the crossing distance. Bulb-outs make the pedestrian more visible to drivers, and cars more visible to pedestrians. Crossing Island: A concrete crossing island in the middle of the street allows a pedestrian to cross one direction of traffic at a time.

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