The existing roadway on Trotter Road lacks bicycle facilities, has a narrow rural section with inadequate shoulder, and substandard sidewalk and crosswalk facilities. This project will improve bicycle and pedestrian traffic and safety, through a modification of continuous bike lanes and sidewalks, streetscaping and hardscape elements, landscape, curbing, stormwater retrofits to remove pollutants from stormwater runoff, and intersection improvements. The project will also include improvements to the roadway drainage and underground sewer utility infrastructure due to age and condition, as well as, to accommodate the transportation improvements and traffic calming features. The City would like to hear your feedback and ideas for the Trotter Road project. We appreciate your input!

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Attachment: Slideshow - Trotter Road Reconstruction

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Trotter Road is an important segment of the City’s Community Street Network and a north-south segment within the City's Southwest Urban Trail Corridor. The Trotter Road Community Street Improvements project is programmed for construction in FY 2017 and will provide improvements to the roadway and drainage facilities within the Trotter Road Right-of-way from 8th Avenue SW to Hillsdale Avenue. At the August 23, 2016 City Commission Work Session staff will provide the City Commission with an overview of the feedback from the Open House being held immediately prior to the meeting and public comment will be accepted. The City would like to hear your feedback and ideas for the Trotter Road project. Below are exhibits detailing each part of the project. We appreciate your input!

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