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RES 20-792 - Adopting Revised TIP & ASIP for 2021-2026 RESOLUTION NO. 20-792 A RESOLUTION of the City of Federal Way,Washington,adopting an extended and revised Transportation Improvement Program and Arterial Street Improvement Plan for 2021-26,and directing the same to be filed with the Washington State Secretary of Transportation and the Transportation Improvement Board. (Amending Resolution Nos.91-67, 92-117, 93-155, 94-186, 95-210, 96-236, 97-258, 98-273, 99-299, 00-316, 01-343, 02-365, 03-391, 04-433, 05-451, 06-481, 07-503, 08-732, 09-550, 10-558, 11-609, 12-622, 13-640, 14-666, 15-692, 16-706, 17-721, 18-733, 18-738, and 19-761). WHEREAS, pursuant to the requirements of Chapters 35.77 and 47.26 RCW, the Federal Way City Council adopted an original Transportation Improvement Program ("TIP") on July 23, 1991 (Resolution No. 91-67); and WHEREAS, the Federal Way City Council updated a TIP annually thereafter; and WHEREAS, the Federal Way City Council held a public hearing on the TIP on June 16, 2020, in compliance with the requirements of State laws; and WHEREAS, the City Council has determined current and future City street and arterial needs,and based upon these findings has prepared a revised and extended TIP and an Arterial Street Improvement Plan ("ASIP") for the ensuing six calendar years; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapters 35.77 and 47.26 RCW, the City Council is required annually to revise and adopt an extended TIP and ASIP; and WHEREAS,the City's SEPA Responsible Official has adopted the Determination of Non- Significance ("DNS"), Federal Way File 20-101963-00-SE, issued for the City's 2021-26 TIP and ASIP, which includes the extended and revised projects contained in the TIP adopted herein; and Resolution No. 20-792 Page 1 of 3 WHEREAS, adoption of the City's 2021-26 TIP and ASIP DNS reflects the fact that there will be no significant adverse environmental impacts as a result of adoption or implementation of the extended and revised TIP and ASIP adopted herein. NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, RESOLVES AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Pro gr in &pj . The extended and revised Transportation Improvement Program and Arterial Street Improvement Plan for the City of Federal Way, copies of which are attached hereto as Exhibits A and B and incorporated herein by this reference,which sets forth the City's transportation project locations, types of improvements, and the estimated costs thereof, is hereby approved and adopted for the ensuing six (6) calendar years (2021-26 inclusive). Sectioii 2. F°idii-ig of Prograpi.. Pursuant to Chapter 35.77 RCW, the City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to file a copy of this Resolution, together with Exhibits A and B, with the Washington State Secretary of Transportation and the Washington State Transportation Improvement Board. Segtioii Seve abiIitv.If any section,sentence,clause or phrase of this resolution should be held to be invalid or unconstitutional by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity or unconstitutionality shall not affect the validity or constitutionality of any other section, sentence, clause, or phrase of this resolution. Section 4. Correction . The City Clerk and the codifiers of this resolution are authorized to make necessary corrections to this resolution including, but not limited to, the correction of Resolulioa No. 20-792 Page 2 of 3 scrivener/clerical errors, references, resolution numbering, section/subsection numbers and any references thereto. Section 5 Raat o lac,ataon.Any act consistent with the authority and prior to the effective date of this resolution is hereby ratified and affirmed. Section 6.Effective Date.This resolution shall be effective immediately upon passage by the Federal Way City Council. RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF FEDERAL WAY, WASHINGTON this 16th day of June, 2020. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY: ´┐Żl FERRELL, MAYOR ATTEST: d S lm COURTNEmmmm S'." ., 11 A Y, C, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM:. J. RYAN CALL, ('TI'Y ATTORNEY FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK: 06/10/2020 PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL:: 06/16/2020 RESOLUTION NO.: 20-792 Resolution No, 20-I92 Page..3 qf'.3 Star NorthLake TroutLake FiveMileLake Lake Dollof Lake LakeGeneva MirrorLake EasterLake LakeSteel SW 320th StSW 320th St S 304th St SWDashPoin tR d I - 5SW 356th St I-5Hwy 18I - 5SW Camp u sDr 9thAvSH o yt RdSWMarineViewDr E n c h a n t e d P k wy Military RdPacificHwySMi l i t a ry R d M a ri n e Vi e wD r Northshore Pkwy S 288th St R e d o ndoWyS MilitaryRdSStar Lake R d S 272nd St S 348th St I - 5E 11th StPort of Tacoma Rd 21st Av SWS 320th St SW 312th S t 1st Av S1stAvSPacific Hwy S16th Av S28th Av SS 324th St S 336th St 1st Av S49th Av SNorpointWyNESW D ashPtRd28th Av SS 312th St35 4 1b 2 Puget Sound CommencementBay DumasBay PovertyBay 7 41 28 21 37 12 13 1a 18 17 25 30 40 39 8 6 36 15 3 9 26 195 Legend Intersection Improvements City Center Access - Phase 1 City Center Access - Phase 2 Corridor Improvement Non-Motorized Improvement Overlay Improvement 0 10.5 Miles This map is accompanied by no warranties, and is simply a graphic representation. Original Map Date: May 2020 City of Federal Way,33325 8th Ave S,Federal Way, WA 98003(253) 835-7000 2021-2026TransportationImprovement Plan& Arterial StreetImprovement Plan J:\complan\Transportation\tip2126.mxdCity of Federal Way J:\complan\Transportation\tip2126.mxd Exhibit A Map ID**Location Description Previous Years 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Total 1a City Center Access Phase 1 - Environmental Update environmental documentation for modified access at S 320th St & S 324th St 2,000 1,422 500 3,922 1b City Center Access Phase 2 - SB Ramps Construct all SB I-5 ramps, extend S 324th Street from 23rd Ave S to I-5 10,957 2,111 35,336 35,336 83,740 2 SR 99 @ S 373rd St Install roundabout, median control 350 330 1,410 1,410 3,500 3 SW 320th St @ 47th Ave SW Install traffic signal 569 569 4 S 312th St @ 28th Ave S Add SB right-turn lane or construct roundabout 771 771 5 SW 340th St: 37th Ave SW - City Limits Widen to 5 lanes 210 100 400 500 2,200 3,410 6 21st Ave S @ S 320th St Install traffic signal 100 935 1,035 7 S 320th St & 1st Ave S Add EBL, WBL, WBR, NBT, SBR; widen to 5 lanes N to 316 or Alternatlive Measure 569 9,891 10,460 8 SR 99 HOV Lanes Phase 5: S 340th St - S 356th St Add HOV lanes, install raised median; turn lanes at 348th 29,724 150 29,874 9 16th Ave S: S 344th St - S 348th St Add SB auxiliary lane 400 1,600 4,105 6,105 10 Citywide Implement Adaptive Traffic Control System Phases I & II 731 1,962 2,693 11 Citywide Install variable lane use control signs 141 841 982 12 Military Rd S @ S Star Lake Rd Add EB right-turn lane, sidewalk 200 1,000 1,200 13 SR 509 @ SW 301st St Install compact roundabout 150 700 850 14 Citywide Implement Adaptive Traffic Control System Phase III 200 600 800 15 SR 509 @ 47th Ave SW Install compact roundabout 850 850 16 Citywide Horizontal curve improvements 92 432 524 17 SW 320th St: 3rd Pl SW - 11th Ave SW Overlay 50 1,200 1,250 18 SW 356th St: 4th Pl SW - 15th Ave SW Overlay 50 1,200 1,250 19 SW 340th St: 31st Ave SW - 37th Ave SW Widen to 5 lanes 500 1,500 4,000 6,000 20 Citywide Annual overlays 1,500 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 19,500 21 SR 509 @ 4th Ave S Install compact roundabout 200 800 1,000 22 City Center Adaptive Traffic Control System - City Center Stage 2 - Detection upgrades 700 700 23 Citywide Adaptive Traffic Control System Phase IV; 1st Ave S 750 750 24 Citywide Adaptive Traffic Control System Phase V; 21st Ave SW & SW Campus Dr 1200 1,200 25 Military Rd S: S 320th St - SR 18 Overlay 50 1200 1,250 26 S 356th St: 1st Ave S - SR 99 Widen to 5 lanes, bike lanes, sidewalks 300 300 3000 3000 6,600 27 Citywide Street Vegetation Management 200 200 200 200 800 28 SW 344th St @ 27th Ave SW Construct compact roundabout 50 100 560 710 Subtotal Roadway Capital Projects 33,667 7,957 6,100 6,715 25,067 11,521 42,536 58,732 192,295 Map ID Location Description Previous Years 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Total 29 SW King County Regional Trail Plan Plan to connect trails to adjacent cities 300 300 30 1st Ave S: S 292nd St - S 312th St Shoulder improvements 3,770 3,770 31 Citywide ADA Retrofits 400 400 400 400 400 400 2,400 32 Citywide Pedestrian Safety Install mid-block crossing treatments or other pedestrian improvements 1,231 320 160 160 320 320 320 2,831 33 Citywide Pedestrian Safety System Improvements Install mid-block crossing treatments 160 1,080 1,240 34 Citywide RRFB Upgrades Replace median-mounted RRFB's with mast arm mountings 140 690 830 35 SR 509: SW 312th St - 21st Ave SW Install sidewalk and streetlights on south side 200 1,300 1,500 36 Federal Way Transit Center Pedestrian Access Improvements 100 900 1,000 37 S 312th St: Steel Lake Park - 28th Ave S Install sidewalk and streetlights on south side 100 650 750 38 Citywide Implement greenway plan 320 320 39 Pacific Hwy S Trail - 16th Ave S (S 288th St to S 308th St) Construct multi-use path 200 550 600 4,600 5,950 40 SR 509: 9th Pl S - 11th Pl S Install sidewalk on south side 100 1,350 1,450 41 S 314th St: PVR Wy S - 23rd Ave S Add sidewalks and street lights 175 125 1,600 1,300 3,200 Subtotal Non-Motorized Capital Projects 1,331 2,245 2,795 2,360 2,630 6,920 2,120 5,140 25,541 Map ID Location Description Previous Years 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Total 42 Citywide LED Retrofits 3,350 160 3,510 Subtotal Street Lighting Capital Projects 3,350 160 0 0 0 0 0 3,510 TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECT COSTS 38,348 10,362 8,895 9,075 27,697 18,441 44,656 63,872 221,346 STREET LIGHTING CAPITAL PROJECTS Year 2021 Costs in $ thousands CITY OF FEDERAL WAY NON-MOTORIZED CAPITAL PROJECTS Year 2021 Costs in $ thousands TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PLAN (TIP) AND ARTERIAL STREET IMPROVEMENT PLAN - 2021 TO 2026 Year 2021 Costs in $ thousandsROADWAY CAPITAL PROJECTS