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MASITE 2013 - Walnut Street Bridge

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Laura Bolton Frein

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Transcript of MASITE 2013 - Walnut Street Bridge

Walnut Street Bridge
Presented By:
Joe Syrnick, PE, PLS
Bill Gural, PE
Jim Miller, PE
Walnut Street Bridge
4500
Daily Pedestrian Volume
310
460
AM
Peak
PM
Peak
Daily Pedestrian Volume
Philadelphia
has Schuykill Banks!
Great Cities Have Great Rivers
Water Fuels Great Aspirations!
The Tidal Schuylkill
An Emerging Regional Center
8 Miles of River
16 Miles of Riverfront / Greenway
4 Universities
3 Hospitals / Health Care Industry
Central Business District
27 Neighborhoods
4 National Historic Landmarks
15 Bridges/Mass-Transit Connections
Key Drivers
Improve Riverfront Access and Connections
Create New Riverfront Attractions and Destinations
Project Schedule
Project Schedule
Conceptual Study -
Summer 2009
Bid Package -
May 2011
TIGER Funded
Accelerated Design Schedule
Construction Project Awarded -
August 2011
Construction Bid - $2.23M
Construction Completed -
October 2012
Project Area
Project Area
Project Length
0.3 miles
Design Speed
30 MPH
2011 ADT
18,300
Cross Section
Walnut Street &
Schuylkill Avenue
Before
Intersection
Capacity
Operations
AM
PM
LOS
A
LOS
C
AM
PM
Design Year
Existing L-T-T-R
LOS
B
LOS
C
AM
PM
Proposed L-T-TR
Proposed L-T-TR
Sidewalks
Sidewalks
widened with addition of pavers
Lighting
Lighting
Sign Structures
Sign Structures
ADA Ramps
ADA Ramps
Construction
Construction
After
After
Walnut St. Approach
Schuykill Banks Boardwalk
Schuykill Bridges
JFK Streetscape Improvement
South Street Bridge Improvements
60
40
AM
Peak
PM
Peak
430
Daily Bike Volume
Daily Bike Volume
4 Lanes
Existing L-T-T-R
4 Lanes
3 Lanes
3 Lanes
Questions?
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jmiller@mbakercorp.com
Acknowledgments
Crossing Construction
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