"Have they been provided to on-site manager?" Weaver asks.
"Should be on someone's to-do list" to get map of the sewer system, too, Weaver says.
Also no on-site manager, apparently?
Mobility infrastructure and services for vulnerable populations;
Reliability of existing multimodal network; and
Transportation safety and security
$4.2M total cost; $2.96M being requested (70%) $1.24M match from city (30%) A request to CU for matching funds has been made.
$5.5M total cost; $3.85M requested (70%); $1.65M match from city transportation fund (30%). CDOT requested to match but they cannot
$1.9M project cost; $760K requested (40%) $1.14M fmatch rom city transport funds (60%). Request from CDOT for matching funds but they were unable to match.
$925K project cost; $370K requested (40%) $555K local match from city transport funds (60%). Request for matching funds from RTD made
$3.8M total cost; $1.52M requested (40%) $2.28M local match from city transport funds (60%). Matching funds requested from RTD
Cost is $4.31M annually; $2.4M requested ($800K/yr for first three yrs); $10.5M local match ($3.51M annually for three years). City is seeking cost-sharing partnerships with RTD and others.
Yes is the answer
Walsh: Baseline to Pearl Street. "We're trying to get a section of project done at a time and pick a section we thought would be competitive for funding."
Kathleen Bracke: Idea for HOP expansion came out of a study the last few years ...
Carlisle: I understand, I'm just trying to figure out the numbers since students have limited geography
Bracke: Idea is we could serve additional riders
Bracke: We can extend that one line so it's one seat from downtown to east Boulder. Other HOP riders could stay on the other route.
I think this ties into the plan HOP had to break it into 4 distinct lines v a loop
@AaronBrockett12 is the transportation whisperer, apparently.
Carlisle: And you think you have the riders for that, out east?
Jones: If you build it, they will come!
Weaver: Only option now is 205 which has long (wait times). I think if there was an alternative, ppl would take it.
BoCo is vying for $15M; city's projects are $11.86M. "We could use all of this and more," Bracke says.