The City of Columbia Public Works department is requesting public feedback regarding the Rte. 763 (Rangeline) and Smiley Lane Audible Pedestrian Signal (APS) project. As part of the City’s public involvement process for capital projects, and due to the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, Public Works is holding an online Interested Parties (IP) meeting from Monday, Sept. 14 through Friday, Sept. 25 at CoMo.gov/publicworks/rte-763-and-smiley-aps.
The Rte. 763 and Smiley Lane APS project will include the installation of new signal equipment including audible pedestrian signals with countdown timers at the Rte. 763 and Smiley Lane intersection. Reconstruction of the two sidewalk ramps on the northeast and southwest corners will be completed in order to meet current ADA requirements. Construction of this project is currently scheduled to begin this winter.
Investment for this project is estimated at $83,000 paid from the 2015 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) sales tax.
The online comment period will run from Sept. 14 to Sept. 25. During this time, citizens may review preliminary plans, contact Public Works staff with questions and comments and complete the IP Comment Form.Public Works staff may be contacted via the City’s number at 573.874.2489 or via email at pubw@CoMo.gov. The completed IP comment form may be submitted via email or mailed to the City of Columbia Public Works department, 701 E. Broadway, Columbia, Missouri 65205. Please include "Rte. 763 and Smiley Lane APS project" in the subject line.