1 Mississippi Drive Corridor Revitalization A DestinationTransportation Project...
2 Mississippi Drive Corridor Revitalization Welcome! Tonight s Agenda: Further define the Scope of the Project Discuss the Project Elements Examine the Project Area Introduce Concepts for Revitalizing Mississippi Drive Ask Questions and Collect Your Feedback Answer YOUR Questions
3 Overview Corridor Revitalization Project Process: Where are we? Visioning Info Gathering and Outreach Preliminary Design November-June Final Design June-September 2016 Bid Document Preparation September-December 2016 Bid Letting February 2017 Construction Spring 2017
4 Mississippi Drive Corridor Revitalization Your Project Team
5 Mississippi Drive Polling: Let s Practice Let s Get Started What best describes your involvement tonight? 79% A. Business Owner B. Work Here (but don t live here) C. Active Resident D. Visitor (not from Muscatine) 20% 1% 0% A. B. C. D.
6 Mississippi Drive Polling: Let s Practice Let s Get Started What is the population of Muscatine? 65.2% A. 18,000 B. 23,000 C. 28,000 D. 35, % 6.5% 1.1% A. B. C. D.
7 Mississippi Drive Polling: Let s Practice Who has the best hair? A. Jim B. Joe 45% C. Casey 32% Joe Jim Casey 23% A. B. C.
8 Overview Scope of Work Corridor Map: Project Extents: Main Street & Grandview Ave to E 2 nd Street, thru HNI Campus Within current Right-Of-Way Will make connections/transitions North/South as needed
9 Overview Scope of Work What are the project elements? Financial Partnership between the City, Canadian Pacific Railroad and MPW The elevation of the railroad and Miss. Dr. will be raised approx. 1 in some areas The final product will be designed to handle the existing and future traffic, including trucks The design will be sensitive to our climate, be cost conscious and consider long-term maintenance
10 The Big Picture Conceptual Framework So What s The Big Idea? Incorporate Blue Zones Concepts to the fullest extent possible: Less Pavement Complete Streets Improved Walkability Safer Streets Beautification
11 The Big Picture Conceptual Framework Let s Do It!...In an upper Midwestern kind of way.
12 The Big Picture Project Goals Project Goals: Modernize Mississippi Drive Incorporate Complete Streets Design Principles Provide A Safe and Attractive Environment for All Users Improve Connectivity to the Riverfront Enhance Overall Aesthetic of the Corridor Effectively Engage the Public Throughout the Process Implement a Community Supported and Technically Sound Project
13 The Big Picture Dissecting the Corridor Carver Corner Bluff-Residential Downtown HNI Campus Critical Points: Diverse Corridor Poorly Connected Changing Right-Of-Way Widths Huge Asset to the Community..And it s time for an update.
14 Traffic By The Numbers Approx. how many vehicles travel Mississippi Drive per day? A. 8,000 B. 12,000 C. 16,000 D. 20,000 17% 46% 29% 9% A. B. C. D.
15 Traffic By The Numbers What is the lane width thru the HNI campus? 40% A. 10 B. 11 C. 12 D % 19% 5% 3% E. 15 A. B. C. D. E.
19 Dissecting the Corridor Analysis Opportunities TYPE
20 Dissecting the Corridor Districts Carver Corner: Design Considerations: Provide improved intersection at Carver Corner Provide bike lanes to connect regional trail with SW neighborhoods and parks Define/reduce curb-cuts where possible Is Carver Corner the gateway to the riverfront/downtown area? Should this area be designed as the gateway to the corridor with a higher level of finish?
21 Dissecting the Corridor Districts Carver Corner: Section A: Grandview 3 Lane w/ Median Section B: Hershey Ave. 3 Lane w/ Median Section C: Hershey Ave. - 3 Lane No Median
22 Dissecting the Corridor Polling Question Carver Corner: A. In your opinion which would be the best alternative for this intersection? (Consider aesthetics, function, plantings, etc.) A. Roundabout Concept B. Improved Intersection Concept 61% B. 39% A. B.
23 Dissecting the Corridor Districts Bluff-Residential: Design Considerations: Maintain parking opportunities for residences Is there an opportunity to improve points of access and define driveways? How does the bluff area impact the cross section and opportunity for pedestrian connections?
24 Dissecting the Corridor Districts Bluff-Residential: Section A: Bluff Residential - 2 Lane w/ Median Section B: Bluff - 2 Lane w/ Median
25 Dissecting the Corridor Districts Downtown: Design Considerations: Provide appropriate pedestrian accommodations Consider a higher level of finish, creating a unique experience Reduce crossing distances where possible Provide on-street parking Est. streetscape character or details which can carry over into downtown Provide opportunities for informational and wayfinding signage
26 Dissecting the Corridor Districts Downtown: Section A Section B Section A: 3 Lane w/ Back-In Parking Section B: 3 Lane w/ Parallel Parking
27 Conceptual Design Parking Back-In Parking? The same movement as parallel parking It s as easy as: 1. Signal 2. Stop 3. Reverse Advantages: More Parking Stalls Curbside Loading Better Sight Lines
28 Parking Goal: Net Positive More Parking! Mississippi Drive Parking Analysis: Existing: 29 Spaces Tandem Stalls w/ Pull In/Out Buffer Proposed Back-In Parking: Potentially Spaces Northside of Mississippi Drive Only Proposed Parallel Parking: Potentially Spaces Combination of Northside and Southside
29 Conceptual Design Streetscape Back-In Angled Parking Concept: Example
30 Conceptual Design Streetscape Parallel Parking Concept: Example
31 Conceptual Design Parking Regarding back-in parking, I think: A. We should consider it as on option B. We should stick to parallel parking C. I m not sure, I would like to learn more 67% 21% 13% A. B. C.
33 Conceptual Design Streetscape Crosswalks: 3 Lane Example +/- 42 Mississippi Drive
34 Conceptual Design Street Layout Sycamore Street Intersection: Example
35 Dissecting the Corridor Districts HNI Campus: Design Considerations: Long continuous curb-cuts Heavy truck traffic Arrival experience into downtown and the riverfront What can we do to improve the image as one crosses the bridge? Accommodate Pedestrian Traffic
36 Dissecting the Corridor Districts HNI Campus: Section A: 3 Lane w/ Median
37 Conceptual Design Street Layout Mulberry & 2nd Street Intersection: Example
38 Conceptual Design Polling Question Mulberry & 2nd Street Intersection Regarding the transition of 2 nd Street into a two-way at Mulberry Avenue, I think: A. We should consider it as an option B. We should NOT consider this alternative C. I am not sure, I would like to learn more 64% 30% 6% A. B. C.
39 Character Imagery Streetscape Character What does this stuff look like?...
40 Character Imagery Streetscape Character
41 Character Imagery Paving
42 Character Imagery Paving
43 Character Imagery Landscaping
44 Character Imagery Site Furnishings
45 Character Imagery Branding/Wayfinding
46 Placemaking Branding Muscatine How do we create place within the ROW? Signage Gateways Art Detailing What is Muscatine?
47 Placemaking Branding Muscatine
48 Placemaking Branding Muscatine
49 Placemaking Branding Muscatine
50 Placemaking Branding Muscatine
51 Mississippi River Drive Polling Questions Regarding planting in the medians, I think: A. It should be a hard/soft mix B. It should be planted with a combination of trees and low maintenance flowers/shrubs C. It should just be grass/lawn D. It should just be hardscape 42% 34% 15% 8% A. B. C. D.
52 Mississippi River Drive Polling Questions What is the theme for our wayfinding and signange (brand)? A. The Pearl of the Mississippi? B. The Button Industry and Culture? C. Historic industrial culture? D. The Best Midwestern River town? E. Other? 48% 24% 16% 6% 5% A. B. C. D. E.
53 Mississippi River Drive Corridor Revitalization What s Next?
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