Brodie Lane & Slaughter Lane Transportation System Management Improvements - Austin
This roadway intersection improvement project consists of adding two right turn lanes and three left turn lanes. The proposed improvements consisted of approximately 2,200 lineal feet of new traffic lane, storm sewer lines, water & wastewater lines, three new traffic signals, expansion of two existing water quality ponds, 1,600 lineal feet of sidewalks and the associated curb ramps, curb & gutters and new striping for vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
Dittmar Road Improvements - Austin
The project site is located in the South Boggy Creek watershed in the South Austin area. The existing roadway was typical of older county roads, with one-lane bridges and no storm sewer lines. The proposed improvements consist of a 4-lane divided, curb and gutter roadway. The total roadway improvement is approximately 7,700 linear feet. Raymond Chan & Associates (RC&A) was retained by the City of Austin to provide the hydrologic / hydraulic analysis and the design of storm water improvements for the project.
South Edmond Street - Taylor, Texas
This project consisted of developing 85 acres in Taylor, Texas into an industrial subdivision. The main items of construction included an industrial collector roadway with associated drainage and utility improvements, grading and re-routing of an existing waterway, and reclaiming several acres of land from the 100-year floodplain. The total street length designed for the industrial park was 2,700 linear feet. The proposed street section consisted of 40’ of pavement with curb and gutter and sidewalk. Street drainage was captured and conveyed by curb inlets and storm drains. A tributary of Mustang Creek bisected the tract and box culverts were installed under the roadway at the tributary crossing. Approximately 2,800 linear feet of channel improvements were designed to reduce the floodplain across the tract and reduce excessive erosion.
38th Street Sidewalk Improvements - Austin TX
This project involves the design of 800 feet of sidewalk improvements along 38th Street from Shoal Creek Blvd to the bus stop adjacent to the 26 Doors shopping center. RC&A prepared the sidewalk layout and grading plan, traffic control plan, landscape re-planting plan for existing plants lost due to sidewalk construction, coordinated with the adjacent residential and commercial landowners to inform them of the proposed improvements, and addressed City review comments.The project site is characterized by narrow right of way, significant elevation change between the back of curb and property line, concentrated storm water runoff discharging from the adjacent property to 38th Street, and utility poles along the route.RC&A was able to design around all these factors and prepared a set of sidewalk improvement documents that met the neighborhood’s concerns and ADA requirements.
Other Streets and Roadways Projects:
Hunters Bend Sidewalk Improvements - Travis County, Texas Lance Armstrong Bikeway Improvements - Austin, Texas Lake Austin Bikeway Improvements - Austin, Texas Braker Lane at US 183 Right Turn Lane Addition - Austin, Texas Brodie Lane Southern Extension - Travis County Access Roads for Various Lift Stations - Austin, Texas Rundberg Lane TSM Improvements - Austin, Texas Rutland Drive TSM Improvements - Austin, Texas Bolm Road / Airport Boulevard TSM Improvements - Austin, Texas Montopolis Drive ADA Sidewalk Improvements - Austin, Texas Detailed Traffic Control Plans for over ten (10) Major Roadway Projects under the City of Austin Street Reconstruction Program