Sustainable Development Call for Projects Western Infrastructure Project Submissions

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1 Sustainable Development Call for Projects Western Infrastructure Project Submissions January 20, 2010

2 SDCFP Summary of Infrastructure Funding Infrastructure Projects Number of Projects Submitted NCTCOG Funds Requested Dallas TxDOT District 33 $62,433,928 Fort Worth TxDOT District 13 $15,166,836 Total 46 $77,600,764 Funds Available $40,000,000 Dallas TxDOT District $27,600,000 Fort Worth TxDOT District $12,400,000 Shortfall -$37,600,764

3 Western Sub-Region Infrastructure Project Submissions

4 App No. 58: City of Fort Worth South Main Urban Village Project Description Purpose and Need: Streetscape Improvements Along South Main Street Project Scope: Redesign from 4- to 3-lane with wider sidewalks, pedestrian amenities, plus on-street parking Location or Project Boundaries: Blocks of South Main Street Area (Acreage or Feet for Corridor): 4,889 L.F Acres. Projected Time Frame: June 2010 January 2012 Funding Total Project Cost: $3,750,000 NCTCOG Funds (80%): $3,000,000 Local Match (20%): $750,000 existing conditions of the project area existing conditions of the project area Public Sponsor: City of Fort Worth Private Sponsor: Fort Worth South Townsite Company

5 App No. 58: City of Fort Worth South Main Urban Village Project Area Aerial Map showing Project Area Boundaries, Street Names, and Key Features. Please provide a legible map showing legend and scale and North Arrow ± Public Sponsor: City of Fort Worth Private Sponsor: Fort Worth South Townsite Company

6 App No. 76: City of Fort Worth- Summer Creek Station TOD Project Description Purpose & Need: Pedestrian/Bicycle connectivity to new Sycamore School Rd. transit station Project Scope: Pedestrian/Bicycle & Landscaping Enhancements for Summer Creek Station TOD Location: SW2NE transit corridor, SH 121-T, Sycamore School Rd. & Summer Creek Blvd. Area: 84 acre TOD with 34 acres of mixed use Projected Time Frame: Total Project Cost: $3,599,650 NCTCOG Funds (80%): $2,879,720 Local Match (20%): $719,930 existing conditions of the project area SW2NE Transit corridor The T Sycamore School Rd Station site existing conditions of the project area Mixed Use area along Summer Creek Blvd. north of Sycamore School Rd Public Sponsor: City of Fort Worth & The T Private Sponsor: Legacy Capital

7 App No. 76: City of Fort Worth- Summer Creek Station TOD Mixed Use Development Area The T Sycamore School Rd Station Site Public Sponsor: City of Fort Worth & The T Private Sponsor: Legacy Capital

8 App No. 78: City of Fort Worth Polytechnic Wesleyan Streetscape Project Description Purpose and Need: Streetscape Improvements Along East Rosedale Project Scope: Added Pedestrian Amenities / Curb Bulb Alignments Location or Project Boundaries: East Rosedale From Nashville to Collard Street Area (Acreage or Feet for Corridor): 1,695 L.F. - 37,681S.F. Projected Time Frame: June 2010 September 2011 Total Project Cost: $1.875,000 NCTCOG Funds (80%): $1,500,000 Local Match (20%): $375,000 existing conditions of the project area existing conditions of the project area Public Sponsor: City of Fort Worth Private Sponsor: Texas Wesleyan University Townsite Co.

9 App No. 78: City of Fort Worth Polytechnic Wesleyan Streetscape Public Sponsor: City of Fort Worth Private Sponsor: Texas Wesleyan University Townsite Co.

10 App No. 97: City of Grapevine Hudgins Street Corridor Roadway & Pedestrian Improvements Project Description The scope of the project consists of approximately 41,000 square feet of new building space, which will house the Convention and Visitors Bureau Headquarters and Museum Complex, and the construction of sidewalks, roadway improvements, new roadway construction, a drainage crossing, street lighting and landscaping along a 1,800 foot corridor connecting the new site with Historic Nash Farm. The project is located in the Historic Main Street District across from the future site of the SW2NE Grapevine Main Street Commuter Rail Station. The building site is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Hudgins Street and Main Street. The pedestrian improvements begin at the southwest corner of the building site, and continues west along Hudgins Street, across Ball Street, and along Homestead Lane. Area (Acreage or Feet for Corridor) Vertical construction: 1.3 acres Horizontal construction: 0.8 acres Land Use Components and areas in sf. Vertical construction: 1.3 acres of CBD- Central Business District / GU- Government Use Horizontal construction: 360 feet of new roadway, 340 feet of roadway reconstruction, 1,740 feet of sidewalks, and other improvements through residential, office, and industrial areas Project Creates: Number of residential units created: 0 Number of jobs created: 25 Total Funding Request: $708, Public Sponsor: City of Grapevine Private Sponsor: Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau

11 App No. 97: City of Grapevine Hudgins Street Corridor Roadway & Pedestrian Improvements Public Sponsor: City of Grapevine Private Sponsor: Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau

12 App No. 92: City of North Richland Hills Main Street Streetscaping Project Project Description Purpose and Need: Support of future Smithfield commuter rail station and pedestrian mixed use development Project Scope: New sidewalks, landscaping, pedestrian furniture, lighting and crosswalks on Main Street existing conditions of the project area Location or Project Boundaries: Main Street between Smithfield Road and Davis Boulevard Area (Acreage or Feet for Corridor): 2.2 acres Projected Time Frame: 2013 Total Project Cost: $527,134 NCTCOG Funds (80%): $421, existing conditions of the project area Local Match (20%): $105, Public Sponsor: City of North Richland Hills Secondary or Private Sponsor: Business Flooring Specialists

13 App No. 92: City of North Richland Hills Main Street Streetscaping Project Project Area Aerial Map showing Project Area Boundaries, Street Names, and Key Features. Please provide a legible map showing legend and scale and North Arrow Public Sponsor: City of North Richland Hills Private Sponsor: Business Flooring Specialists

14 App No. 93: City of North Richland Hills Snider Street Extension Project Project Description Purpose and Need: Support of future Smithfield commuter rail station and pedestrian mixed use development Project Scope: New street section extending Snider Street north of Main to intersect with Davis Boulevard including sidewalks, landscaping, pedestrian furniture, lighting, signals and crosswalks existing conditions of the project area Location or Project Boundaries: 12 acres at the northwest corner of Davis Boulevard and Main Street Area (Acreage or Feet for Corridor): 12 acres Projected Time Frame: 2013 Total Project Cost: $2,800,050 existing conditions of the project area NCTCOG Funds (80%): $2,240,040 Local Match (20%): $560,010 Public Sponsor: City of North Richland Hills Secondary or Private Sponsor: Business Flooring Specialists

15 App No. 93: City of North Richland Hills Snider Street Extension Project Project Area Aerial Map showing Project Area Boundaries, Street Names, and Key Features. Please provide a legible map showing legend and scale and North Arrow Public Sponsor: City of North Richland Hills Private Sponsor: The Makens Company

16 App No. 84: City of Grapevine Hudgins Street Corridor Pedestrian Improvements Project Description The scope of the project consists of approximately 41,000 square feet of new building space, which will house the Convention and Visitors Bureau Headquarters and Museum Complex, and the construction of sidewalks, a drainage crossing, street lighting and landscaping along a 1,800 foot corridor connecting the new site with Historic Nash Farm. The project is located near the Historic Main Street District across from the future site of the SW2NE Grapevine Main Street Commuter Rail Station. The building site is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Hudgins Street and Main Street. The pedestrian improvements begin at the southwest corner of the building site, and continues west along Hudgins Street, across Ball Street, and along Homestead Lane. Area (Acreage or Feet for Corridor) Vertical construction: 1.3 acres Horizontal construction: 0.25 acres Land Use Components and areas in sf. Vertical construction: 1.3 acres of CBD- Central Business District / GU- Government Use Horizontal construction: 1,740 feet of sidewalk and other improvements through residential, office, and industrial areas Project Creates: Number of residential units created: 0 Number of jobs created: 25 Total Funding Request: $248, Public Sponsor: City of Grapevine Private Sponsor: Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau

17 App No. 84: City of Grapevine Hudgins Street Corridor Pedestrian Improvements Public Sponsor: City of Grapevine Private Sponsor: Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau

18 App No. 108: City of Kennedale Connecting Kennedale: Revitalizing the City Center Project Description Purpose and Need: Provide pedestrian connection across major barrier (Kennedale Parkway); connect commercial and residential to civic and transportation uses Project Scope: Add sidewalks and landscaping on Kennedale Pkwy from Bowman Springs Rd to New Hope Rd and on New Hope from the Parkway to the railroad tracks; add design elements to intersections on Kennedale Pkwy at Bowman Springs and at New Hope Location or Project Boundaries: Kennedale Parkway from Bowman Springs to New Hope, and New Hope Road from the Parkway to south end of proposed Rail Stop Area (Acreage or Feet for Corridor): approx acres Projected Time Frame: January 2013 Total Project Cost: $1,152,455 NCTCOG Funds (80%): $921,964 begin March 2010, complete by existing conditions of the project area existing conditions of the project area Local Match (20%): $230,491 Public Sponsor: City of Kennedale Secondary or Private Sponsor: Cypress Properties

19 App No. 108: City of Kennedale - Title of the Project Project Area Aerial Map showing Project Area Boundaries, Street Names, and Key Features. Please provide a legible map showing legend and scale and North Arrow Public Sponsor: Private Sponsor: City of Kennedale Cypress Properties

20 App No. 125: City of Hurst - Bellaire Plan Implementation Project Description The infrastructure project will re-route Brown Tr. through the center, build 560 LF of new street, eliminate one traffic signal, open up new land for development, and improve access to park to south. City will build community policing substation adjacent to the new road, providing police presence as specified by the Bellaire Plan. Site: Bellaire retail area: Pipeline Rd. at Brown Trail Hurst PD Programmatic Layout/Bldg. Area: 560 LF new street, sidewalks, landscape, Land Use: Mixed-Use office on SF lot. Will improve access through breezeway to park Project Creates: 5,000 SF police substation/office building 14 permanent jobs created in Bellaire area Total Funding Request: $816,720. Public Sponsor: City of Hurst Private Sponsor: Don Sloan, owner, Bellaire Retail Center

21 App No. 125: City of Hurst - Bellaire Plan Implementation View facing S from main Brown Tr. intersection into center, showing where new Brown Trail extension will enter, align past buildings on right, and angle SW back to Brown Trail. View from Brown Tr./Oak St. intersection facing NE into center, showing where new Brown Tr. extension will be built to right of building and on N into main Brown Tr. intersection (in picture at left). PD bldg to be here. Public Sponsor: City of Hurst Private Sponsor: Don Sloan, owner, Bellaire Retail Center

22 App No. City of Weatherford York Avenue Pedestrian Streetscape Project Project Description York Avenue pedestrian streetscape project is designed as a pedestrian oriented project to help improve pedestrian access and safety. The York Avenue project also provides linkages between the Weatherford s Downtown Square and a future rail station and proposed City trail plan. conceptual plan or rendering Project Limits: York Avenue project from Dallas Avenue to Waters Street Project Area = 2 Acres Land Use Components: Retail and Commercial Project Creates: Pedestrian Oriented Streetscape Environment conceptual plan or rendering Total Funding Request: $1,557,000 Public Sponsor: City of Weatherford Private Sponsor: N/A

23 App No. 168: City of Weatherford York Avenue Pedestrian Streetscape Project Insert Conceptual Site Plan Public Sponsor: City of Weatherford Private Sponsor: N/A

24 App No. 179: Pantego Economic Development (PEDC) Pantego Park Row Main Street Revitalization Project Description The purpose of the Park Row Main Street Revitalization project is to facilitate the transformation of Park Row Drive from its current auto-oriented state into a vibrant mixed-use corridor that is inviting to pedestrians, cyclists, and automobiles alike. In doing so, it is sought to provide residents, visitors, professionals, and students a multitude of options for traveling to and around the community s primary commercial corridor, to promote sustainability in travel and in development, and to reestablish Pantego spresence within Tarrant County. conceptual plan or rendering Location: Park Row Drive (from approximately 2116 Park Row Drive through the intersection of W Park Row with S Bowen Drive) Project Area: Approx acres; Approx. 2,476,600 square feet Land Use: The current land uses within the project area are primarily commercial. It is intended that the proposed improvements and subsequent policy changes will facilitate a transition in the area to mixed-use; initially consisting of retail, office, and civic uses, and later, residential. The vertical component of the project will be a mixed-use development of office, retail, and civic uses. conceptual plan or rendering Public Sponsor: Pantego Economic Development (PEDC) Private Sponsor: Courtney Lindley LML Partners

25 App No. 179: Pantego Economic Development (PEDC) Pantego Park Row Main Street Revitalization Project Description: Residential Development: With a well-established residential area already present within walking distance of the project area, the current phase of the Park Row Main Street Revitalization plan does not directly involve the development of new residential units along Park Row. There are, however certain opportunities available for infill residential development that PEDC and the Town of Pantego intend to promote in concert with the revitalization of Park Row Drive. With the completion of the proposed infrastructure improvements along Park Row and the commencement of subsequent phases, the surrounding area is expected to transition to mixed use, thereby facilitating the opportunity for new, mixed use residential development along Park Row. conceptual plan or rendering Job Creation: 6 FTEs associated with NCTCOG-funded improvements, 43 FTEs* associated with all infrastructure investments in Park Row Revitalization Master Plan. Job creation projections based on estimates obtained through American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) NCTCOG Funding: $596, (80%) Local Match: $149, (20%) Total Funding Request: $745, Public Sponsor: Pantego Economic Development (PEDC) Private Sponsor: Courtney Lindley LML Partners

26 App No. 191: The City of Joshua, TX Joshua Station T.O.D. Infrastructure Project Project Description Description: The purpose of the Joshua Station T.O.D Infrastructure Project is to support the creation of successful mixed-use, transit-oriented development near the anticipated Joshua park and ride facility and commuter rail station, through the construction of new roadway aimed at generating additional access to the station, supporting new development, and promoting sustainable transportation options in the North Texas region. The proposed project will support the mission of the Joshua Station district to provide the maximum flexibility for development of mixed uses and provide high quality development that encourages economic development and creates a diversity of community and maintains the value of property. Location: The project site location is the area of the Joshua Station development adjacent to Hwy 174 on the east and inclusive of the Cleburne Rail Corridor (Mobility 2030) on the west. Public Sponsor: City of Joshua Private Sponsor: Joshua Bobos, Ltd.

27 App No. 191: The City of Joshua, TX Joshua Station T.O.D. Infrastructure Project Project Description Area: acres Land Use: Residential Commercial Mixed Use conceptual plan or rendering Project Creates: Residential units created: 247 Number of jobs created: 8 NCTCOG Funding: $554,244.80(80%) Local Match: $138, (20%) Total Funding Request: $692, Public Sponsor: City of Joshua Private Sponsor: Joshua Bobos, Ltd.

28 App No. 189: City of Colleyville Pleasant Run Pathway Connection Project Description Connect the pathway that connects the heart of Colleyville with the Cottonbelt Trail Construct 10 foot wide, 4,370 foot long trail Pleasant Run Road.715 miles Project Completion: Summer 2011 Total Projected Cost: $218, NCTCOG Funds (80%): $174, Local Match (20%): $43,700.00

29 App No. 189: City of Colleyville Pleasant Run Pathway Connection