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File #: 2021-006   
Type: Resolution Status: Approved
File created: 12/28/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/14/2021 Final action: 1/14/2021
Title: Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Supplemental Contract No. 1 with Halff Associates, Inc. for the Wyoming Springs Segment 1 Project.
Indexes: RR Transportation and Economic Development Corporation (Type B), Self-Financed Water Construction
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. Exhibit A, 3. Form 1295
Title
Consider a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute Supplemental Contract No. 1 with Halff Associates, Inc. for the Wyoming Springs Segment 1 Project.

Body
This supplemental contract with Halff, Associates, Inc. for the development of an environmental clearance, preparation of Right-of-Way documents, performance of utility coordination, water corridor planning for the City and development of 100% construction Plans, Specifications and Engineering (PS&E) documents for the ultimate construction of a new 4 lane divided arterial roadway with off-street shared use paths, Wyoming Springs Boulevard Segment 1. This new roadway will connect the existing Wyoming Springs Blvd at its intersection with Creek Bend Blvd/Brightwater Blvd. to the intersection with FM 3406/Old Settlers Blvd. This segment of roadway is being proposed as a stand alone project but is part of a multi-segment multi-phase vision to construct/upgrade Wyoming Springs Blvd from RM 620 to Arterial H (E. New Hope Dr.).

The Wyoming Springs Blvd. corridor is an important north/south transportation artery in Round Rock. This arterial roadway has been identified in the city's Master Transportation Plan as a corridor that needs to be completed to ensure reduced congestion and travel times while increasing safety. The Master Transportation Plan has determined the ultimate section for this roadway to be a 4-lane divided urban arterial with off-street shared use paths. This roadway section will provide increased mobility as well as enhanced driver/pedestrian safety. Mobility is increased by the connection of two previously completed sections of Wyoming Springs Blvd. and by adding turn lanes at these two major intersections. Safety is enhanced by inclusion of a raised median to direct turning traffic movement to controlled intersections and by the inclusion of the shared use paths for pedestrians and bicyclists.

This contract will take the concept developed during the schematic design phase of the proje...

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