1 Auburn Trail / Ontario Pathways Trail Connector Feasibility Study Public Information Meeting Wednesday, August 22, 2012
2 Purpose of Feasibility Study Purpose Evaluate the feasibility of constructing a multiuse trail through the Towns of Farmington and Canandaigua and the City of Canandaigua connecting the existing Auburn Trail near Mertensia Road at CR 41 and Future Ontario Pathways in City of Canandaigua.
3 Limits of Feasibility Study North limit is the Auburn Trail terminus at County Road 41, South limit is the proposed Ontario Pathways terminus at Buffalo Street.
4 Goals and Objectives Provide a multi-use trail; Within and Between Communities Pursue Off-Road Locations Connect Area and Regional Trails, Connect Key Origins and Destinations, Encourage people to walk and/or bike, Provide a safe facility that meets design standards, Understand the ranking system of funding agencies.
5 Potential Trail Users Pedestrians and Bicyclists, Rollerbladers and Skateboarders, Horses NOT included since there are no horses allowed on the established Auburn Trail, Snowmobilers NOT included, ATV s NOT allowed under federal funding.
8 Evaluation Criteria Evaluation Criteria 1. Connectivity to Origins and Destinations 2. Scenic Trail Locations 3. Consistency with Community Plans 4. Cost of Trail Development and Construction 5. Environmental Issues 6. Property Easements 7. Safety
9 Possible Alignments Former Railroad ROW (now private), Road ROW (State,County,Town,City), Municipal Properties (Parks), Gas Line ROW, Private Properties adjacent to Road ROW, Private Properties off Road ROW, Active Railroad ROW.
10 Alignment Alternatives Identify preliminary alignments between the Auburn Trail and the proposed Ontario Pathways extension to Buffalo Street. 20 Main Alignments Plus Alternates
11 Evaluation Process Apply Evaluation Criteria; Three-step approach to evaluate the possible alignments. First Step Connectivity (Criteria #1); Origins and Destinations Analysis, Reduced number of possible alignments to less than 10.
12 Evaluation Process Second Step (Criteria #2-7); Applied remaining criteria to each remaining alignment, Further reduced the number of alignments to three with alternatives. Evaluation Criteria 2. Scenic Trail Locations 3. Consistency with Community Plans 4. Cost of Trail Development and Construction 5. Environmental Issues 6. Property Easements 7. Safety (Road Crossings, emergency access)
13 Evaluation Process Second Step (Criteria #2-7); Applied additional criteria to each remaining alignment, Further reduced the number of alignments to three with alternatives.
14 Evaluation Process Third Step Looked at remaining 3 alignments with alternatives Talked with Property Owners Impacted, Created New Alignments based on Feedback. Yellow Owners not willing to grant access. Green Owners willing to grant public access. Tan Did not hear back from owner.
15 Evaluation Process Comments from Property Owners: Ownership, Maintenance & Insurance, Horseback Riding if the trail is on their land, Disturbing Agricultural Land; Farming impacts, Vandalism of equipment, Observing agricultural methods. Don t want people on my property; Don t want the trash that they leave behind. Hunting; Land Owners hunt the land regularly, safety concerns. Wetlands & Bird habitats; Don t want to be disturbed.
16 So where are we? Fourth Step; Make Recommendation; Preferred Alignment, Cost Estimate, Phasing Public Meeting. Submit Feasibility Study Report.
17 Preferred Alignment Based on Property Owner Feedback: Main Trail Alignment (Yellow), Alternative (Teal), Feeder Connections, Farmbrook Community (Dark Purple), Auburn Meadows, Estates at Beaver Creek, Future Connection to Peanut Line (Light Purple). Old Railroad bed Private Property Private Property SR 332 SR 332 SR 332 Purdy Rd Airport Private Property Brickyard Rd Private Property Outhouse Old Railroad bed Buffalo St
18 Preferred Alignment Features Former Railroad Bed: Privately Owned Agreeable, Connect to Auburn Meadows, Connect to Estates at Beaver Creek, Connect to Farmbrook Community. Future Design Considerations: Ballast Suitability, Culvert Stability.
19 Preferred Alignment Features Farmbrook Connection: SR 332 has a signalized crossing at Farmbrook Road, SR 332 has a 5 ft. wide concrete sidewalk; would need to be widened, Park could be a trail destination.
20 Preferred Alignment Features State Route 332: Has a 5 ft. concrete sidewalk from the former railroad bed to Mountain Ash Dr; Would need to widen. Need new sidewalk from Mountain Ash Dr. to Townline Rd; Approximately 1,700 ft. ROW widths vary; Affects sidewalk placement, Potential need for easements. Mountain Ash Dr Townline Road SR 332
21 Preferred Alignment Features Townline Road; Maintained by Town of Canandaigua, 10 Ft Off-Road Trail within Right of Way (Varies) Private Property (Blue); Leo Genneco & Sons, Inc., Easements required, Has an access route to Purdy Rd. Alternate (Teal); Stay on SR 332 to Purdy Rd, Continue new 10 ft. sidewalk on SR 332 (Approximately Purdy 2,650 Road ft.), Purdy Rd.; 10 Ft Off-Road Trail within Right of Way (66 ft.). SR 332
22 Preferred Alignment Features Brickyard Road; Stay within the Right of Way (66 ft.); Preferred Option Off-Road; Build a multiuse trail offset from the road. Alternate Option On-Road; Build a shoulder on both sides for bikes with a sidewalk on one side for pedestrians. Design Considerations; Poor drainage in area, Road side ditches, Driveway crossings, Utilities. Off-Road Section
23 Preferred Alignment Features Airport Private Property; Agreeable, Fence line is setback from property line to allow trail, Snowmobile Trail in Area. Private Property; German Brothers or Jay Mills; Jay Mills Property; potential storm water management ponds could incorporate trail. Snowmobile Trail in Area. Crossing CR 30; Cross near civil center and enter Outhouse Park
24 Preferred Alignment Features Batavia Branch Railroad Bed; Feeder Connection, Privately Owned Agreeable, Connection to North Street, Snowmobile Trail in Area; Extra signage Needed; To warn pedestrian trail users entering snowmobile trail area, To warm snowmobile trail users entering pedestrian trail area. Conflict Area 10 Trail Conflict Area Snowmobile Route
25 Preferred Alignment Features Outhouse Road / Park; Current plan for the park is a 6 ft. walking path; Preferable to widen to 10 ft. to accommodate trail. Coordination needed now; Park opens in October 2012.
26 Preferred Alignment Features Buffalo Street; Southern terminus of study is at Future Ontario Pathways Trail; Recommend extending improvements to Main Street. Sidewalk on both sides in varying locations, Connects to Baker Park, Pavement is striped with a 4 ft. shoulder, Existing Railroad crossing accommodates pedestrians and bicycles. Buffalo Street Main Street
27 Preferred Alignment Features Amenities; Parking Area; Southwest corner of Thomas and Brickyard on Airport Private Property. Rest Areas (Benches/Bike Racks); Located at key locations. Signs; Key Destination Signs, Trail Directional Signs. Parking Area
28 Preferred Alignment Features Proposed Trail Off-Road - Brickyard Road Bike Lane Buffalo Street Off-Road - SR 332 Off-Road - Former Railroad Bed Connection to Existing Trail System
29 Preferred Alignment COST: $ 3,203,000 Preferred Alignment; 10 Ft. Stone Dust Trail, 10 Ft. Concrete at SR 332, Off Road at Brickyard Rd. Five Phases; Each Phase total cost under one million mark. Segments in each phase can change based on future funding source limits. Old Railroad bed Private Property SR 332 Airport Private Property Brickyard Rd Private Property Outhouse Buffalo St
30 Preferred Alignment PHASE 1: $560,000 Construction Cost = $428,000. Design Cost = $86,000. Inspection Cost = $43,000. Three Easements = $3,000. Old RR Bed & Farmbrook; 10 Ft. Stone Dust Trail, 1 Structure (Stone Culvert), New Deck. Auburn Meadows Connection; Small Structure to Connect SR 332; 10 Ft. Concrete Trail. Rest Area; Bench & Bike Rack. Auburn Meadows Connection Old Railroad Bed Private Property PHASE 1 Farmbrook Connection * SR 332 * Private Land SR 332 Airport Private Property Brickyard Rd Old Railroad Bed Private Property Outhouse Buffalo St
31 Preferred Alignment PHASE 2: $667,000 Construction Cost = $504,000. Design Cost = $101,000. Inspection Cost = $51,000. Four Easements = $11,000. Private Land & Townline Rd; 10 Ft. Stone Dust Trail. SR 332; 10 Ft. Concrete Trail. Old Railroad Bed Townline Road Private Property PHASE 2 SR 332 Airport Private Property Brickyard Rd Private Property Old Railroad Bed Outhouse Buffalo St
32 Preferred Alignment PHASE 3: $972,000 Construction Cost = $747,000. Design Cost = $150,000. Inspection Cost = $75,000. Brickyard Road; Off-Road Option Within Right of Way 10 Ft. Stone Dust Trail, Shallow Swale, Closed Drainage in Sections, Utility relocations needed, Wetland Crossing; Rest Area; Boardwalk Structure. Bench & Bike Rack. Old Railroad Bed Private Property PHASE 3 SR 332 Brickyard Road (Purdy to Yerkes) Airport Private Property Private Property Brickyard Rd Outhouse Old Railroad Bed Buffalo St
33 Preferred Alignment PHASE 4: $761,000 Construction Cost = $576,000. Design Cost = $115,000. Inspection Cost = $58,000. Two Easements = $12,000. Brickyard Road; Within Right of Way, Off Road Option, 10 Ft. Stone Dust Trail, Shallow Swale, Closed Drainage in Sections. Private Lands; 10 Ft. Stone Dust Trail. Rest Area; Bench & Bike Rack. Old Railroad Bed Private Property PHASE 4 SR 332 Brickyard Rd Airport Private Property Private Property Outhouse Brickyard Road (Yerkes to Thomas) Old Railroad Bed Buffalo St
34 Preferred Alignment PHASE 5: $243,000 Construction Cost = $180,000. Design Cost = $36,000. Inspection Cost = $18,000. One Easements = $9,000. Private Land & Old RR Bed; 10 Ft. Stone Dust Trail. Buffalo Street; Bike Lane Striping & Signs, Continue to Main Street. Old Railroad Bed Private Property PHASE 5 SR 332 Airport Private Property Brickyard Rd Private Property Old Railroad Bed Outhouse Park Buffalo Street
35 Next Steps Refine recommendations based on input from Advisory Group & Public, Finalize Report August 2012 Follow on Activities for Municipalities; Identify project sponsors for various segments, Agree on maintenance responsibilities for each segments, Formally adopt study recommendations, Seek funding source Tip update September 2012.
36 Questions/Comments Contact Fisher Associates Roseann Schmid, Sr. Project Manager or (585) ext. 295 Bill Price, Project Manager or (585) ext. 280 Marie Hauser, Project Engineer or (585) ext. 241 Contact Town of Farmington Ron Brand or (315)
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