Walnut Safety Enhancement Project

Construction Year: 2018/2019
Ward 3
Project Budget:
$5,000
Funding Source:
Annual Traffic Safety Funds (2015 Capital Improvement Sales Tax ballot)
Year Completed:
 


Project Description: 
Enhance pedestrian safety on Walnut Street between Melbourne Street and College Avenue by installing calming device(s).

Project Status: This project has been completed.

Project Manager: Jacob Ray, P.E.

Construction by:Columbia Public Works Street Division

Interested Parties Meetings:  Aug. 8, 2018

Public Hearing:  Nov. 5, 2018

Press Releases:

July 11, 2018

Project Information: 


Construction Updates:

April 29:  To improve the safety of students crossing Walnut Street on the Stephens College campus, a speed table was installed just west of Melbourne Street in combination with a flashing beacon that was installed last year by Columbia Public Works.

speed bumps in roadway

Despite a rainy spring, the City of Columbia Public Works Street Division completed four Council-approved traffic calming projects in April. The projects included a pedestrian safety project on Walnut Street, a Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) project on Rainforest Parkway and two Capital Improvement Program (CIP) calming projects on Canterbury Drive and Scottson Way. The projects consisted of installing speed humps and speed tables to improve safety by slowing traffic. The total estimated investment for all four projects was $50,000. All projects passed through the City’s public involvement process. More information about these and additionally planned projects is available at CoMo.gov/PublicWorks/Construction.

 


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