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042618 PTS Agenda In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting,please contact the office of the City Clerk's Department at 951-694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting[28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II] MEETING AGENDA TEMECULA PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION A REGULAR MEETING TO BE HELD AT TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 2018, 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Sullivan FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Moses ROLL CALL: Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson, Sullivan PRESENTATIONS: PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of fifteen minutes is provided so members of the public can address the Commission on items that are not listed on the Agenda. Speakers are limited to three minutes each. If you desire to speak to the Commission about an item not listed on the Agenda, a yellow"Request to Speak" form may be filled out and filed with the Commission Secretary. When you are called to speak, please come forward and state your name. For all other agenda items, a "Request to Speak" form may be filed with the Recording Secretary before the Commission gets to that item. There is a three-minute time limit for individual speakers. COMMISSION REPORTS Reports by the Commissioners on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission request that specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 1. Action Minutes of March 22, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of March 22, 2018. 1 COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Calle Pina Colada —Traffic Calming Program Update RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Direct Staff to maintain the existing Time Limited Turn Restrictions on Calle Pina Colada at La Serena Way and Del Rey Road; 2.2 Direct Staff to maintain the VCalm LED Speed Display Signs on Calle Pina Colada; 2.3. Deny the request for preferential permits to allow residents to access Calle Pina Colada during restricted hours; 2.4. Provide further direction on resident suggested alternatives, as identified; and 2.5. Determine that the goals of the Calle Pina Colada Traffic Calming Program have been achieved 3. Consideration of High Visibility Crosswalk— Deer Hollow Way at Great Oak High School RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 3.1 Provide direction to Staff on the potential use of the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Crosswalk System or other suggested alternatives. TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, May 24,2018,at 6:00 P.M. at Temecula Civic Center,City Council Chambers,41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The agenda packet(including staff reports)will be available for viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center(41000 Main Street, Temecula)after 4:00 PM the Friday before the Public/Traffic Safety Commission meeting. At that time,the agenda packet may also be accessed on the City's website—TemeculaCA.gov—and will be available for public viewing at the respective meeting, Supplemental material received after the posting of the Agenda Any supplemental material distributed to a majority of the Commission regarding any item on the Agenda,after the posting of the agenda,will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center(41000 Main Street,Temecula,8:00 AM—5:00 PM). In addition, such material may be accessed on the City's website—TemeculaCA.gov-will be available for public review at the respective meeting. If you have any questions regarding any item on the agenda for this meeting,please contact the Public Works Department at the Temecula Civic Center, (951)694-6411. 2 ITEM NO. 1 Action Minutes of March 22, 2018 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION A REGULAR MEETING TEMECULA CIVIC CENTER, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2018, 6:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER: Chair Person Sullivan (6:00 PM) FLAG SALUTE: Commissioner Hagel ROLL CALL: Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson, Sullivan PRESENTATIONS: None PUBLIC COMMENTS: None COMMISSION REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR 1. Action Minutes of January 25, 2018 - Approved staff recommendation (5-0) with a motion made by Commissioner Carter and seconded by Commissioner Hagel. Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson and Sullivan. RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 Approve the Action Minutes of January 25, 2018. COMMISSION BUSINESS 2. Consideration of All-Way Stop Controls — Harveston Drive at Lake House Road/Savannah Drive-Approved staff recommendation (5-0)with a motion made by Commissioner Richardson and seconded by Commissioner Carter,with the addition of the following verbiage: "Provide signage at Lake House Road to direct pedestrians to the crosswalk at Harveston Drive." Individual voice vote reflected approval by Commissioners Carter, Hagel, Moses, Richardson and Sullivan. RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Maintain the present level of control at the intersection of Harveston Drive at Lake House Road/Savannah Drive; and 2.2 Direct Staff to install marked crosswalks at the all-way stop intersections of Harveston Drive at Harveston Way and Harveston Drive at Lakeview Road. 1 TRAFFIC ENGINEER'S REPORT POLICE CHIEF'S REPORT FIRE CHIEF'S REPORT ADJOURNMENT - The meeting adjourned at 6:29 PM in memory of slain Pomona Police Officer Greggory Casillas who was buried today. A motion was made by Commissioner Carter and seconded by Commissioner Hagel. The next regular meeting of the City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission will be held on Thursday, April 26, 2018, at 6:00 P.M. at Temecula Civic Center,City Council Chambers,41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Bradley Sullivan Patrick A. Thomas Chairperson Director of Public Works/City Engineer 2 ITEM NO. 2 Calle Pina Colada — Traffic Calming Program Update AGENDA REPORT •C> pFTEA7Ee& TO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission t,. 4 1989 "f FROM: , -� Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer.. �� DATE: April 26, 2018 SUBJECT Item 2 Calle Pina Colada — Traffic Calming Program Update Prepared By: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 2.1 Direct Staff to maintain the existing Time Limited Turn Restrictions on Calle Pina Colada at La Serena Way and Del Rey Road; 2.2 Direct Staff to maintain the VCalm LED Speed Display Signs on Calle Pina Colada; 2.3. Deny the request for preferential permits to allow residents to access Calle Pina Colada during restricted hours; 2.4. Provide further direction on resident suggested alternatives, as identified; and 2.5. Determine that the goals of the Calle Pina Colada Traffic Calming Program have been achieved. BACKGROUND: In October 2016 the Public/Traffic Safety Commission directed Staff to hold a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Workshop with residents of Calle Pina Colada to identify their concerns and develop traffic calming measures. In January 2017, a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Workshop was held and attended by approximately 30 residents of Calle Pina Colada, Bravos Court, Yuba Circle, and Salt River Court. The residents expressed concerns about excessive cut-through traffic volumes, excessive vehicular speeds, commercial vehicles, school related cut-through traffic, stop sign violations on Del Rey Road at Calle Pina Colada, and right-of-way assignment at La Serena Way and Calle Pina Colada. The consensus of the residents at that meeting was to explore the feasibility of implementing one or more of ten (10) alternatives. During the review of the preferred alternatives, 5 of the 10 preferred alternatives were deemed to be infeasible for various reasons and were subsequently removed from the list. At the meeting of February 23, 2017, the Commission directed Staff to initiate the Calle Pina Colada Traffic Circulation Study to evaluate the merits and impacts of each alternative and schedule a follow-up workshop to discuss the results of the traffic circulation study. In May 2017, a second Neighborhood Traffic Calming Workshop was held to discuss the results of the circulation study and discuss the remaining feasible traffic calming alternatives. The workshop was attended by approximately 57 residents of Calle Pina Colada, Bravos Court, Yuba Circle, Salt River Court, and the Meadowview Community. Based on the resident's preferred alternatives, Staff presented traffic calming measures, which included a series of raised medians, time limited turn restrictions at the intersections of Calle Pina Colada at Del Rey Road and La Serena Way, and full-time physical turn restrictions at the same intersections. 1 In June 2017, Staff provided a presentation to the Meadowview Homeowners Association and Ridgeview Homeowners Association to discuss the proposed measures and solicit input from the residents. At the meeting of June 22, 2017, Staff recommended the phased implementation of traffic calming measures including raised medians and time limited turn restrictions on La Serena Way and Del Rey Road. Ultimately, at the request of the residents, the time limited turn restrictions were implemented in lieu of the raised medians. The Commission also directed Staff to perform a six (6) month evaluation of the traffic calming features and present the results of the evaluation to the residents at a Neighborhood Calming Workshop and to the Commission at their future meeting. In March 2018, a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Workshop was held with the residents to present the results of the six (6) month evaluation and solicit input. The workshop was attended by approximately 50 residents of Calle Pina Colada, Ridgeview HOA, Meadowview HOA, and surrounding neighborhoods. The results of the 6 month evaluation indicate that the time limited turn restrictions have been successful in reducing the Average Daily Traffic (ADT) volume by 33% from 4,028 ADT to 2,789 ADT. The evaluation also indicates that 85th percentile speeds along Calle Pina Colada were reduced from 32 MPH to 29 MPH during the trial period. To that end it is Staff's opinion that the time limited turn restrictions have been successful at accomplishing the goals of the traffic calming program and provided the reduction in vehicular volumes that the residents were hoping to achieve. The workshop was opened for discussion and the following requests/comments were provided by those in attendance: • Permits to allow residents to turn onto Calle Pina Colada during restricted hours • Remove turn restrictions • Modify restricted hours to include afternoon school peak hour traffic (2:30 PM) • Limit turn restriction to Monday through Friday • Remove or Relocate VCalm LED Speed Display Signs • Provide additional advance warning signs on La Serena Way and Del Rey Road advising motorist of restricted hours Following a lengthy discussion of each item, the consensus of the participants was to maintain the turn restrictions and to explore the feasibility of implementing the additional requests. Staff agreed to evaluate the merits of the requested items and present the results of the evaluation to the Public/Traffic Safety Commission for further consideration and direction. Staff also advised the group that a "special permit" allowing residents to turn during the restricted hours was not a feasible alternative that would merit any further evaluation or consideration by the Commission. Shown below are the Pros and Cons for each of the remaining suggested items. Modify Restricted PM Peak Hours — 2:30 PM to 6 PM • Pro — Beginning the restriction 1-1/2 hour earlier (at 2:30 PM) captures the school peak hour traffic that utilizes Calle Pina Colada travelling to and from Del Rey Road and La Serena Way for both Margarita Middle School (2:45 PM dismissal) and Rancho Elementary School (3:20 PM dismissal) 2 • Pro — Extending the restriction will reduce a total of 369 vehicles entering from Del Rey Road and La Serena Way between 2:30 PM and 4 PM • Con — Modifying restricted hours is likely to shift school peak hour traffic volumes to adjacent streets such as Avenida Barca • Con — Modifying restricted hours is likely to increase U-Turn movements at adjacent streets such as Willow Run Road during school peak hours It is Staff's opinion that the current 4 PM to 6 PM turn restriction has been successful at achieving the resident's goal of reducing vehicular volumes along Calle Pina Colada and the current turn restrictions should be maintained. Provide further direction to Staff on the suggested modification to the restricted hours - 2:30 PM to 6 PM. Limit Turn Restriction — Monday through Friday Only • Pro —Allows full time access to the street on Saturday and Sunday for Calle Pina Colada, Ridgeview and Meadowview residents when daily volumes tend to be lower • Con — Removal of weekend restriction could increase vehicular traffic along Calle Pina Colada during proposed non-restricted hours Provide further direction to Staff on the suggested limiting of the turn restrictions to Monday through Friday only. Remove or Relocate VCalm Signs • Pro — Removal of VCalm signs addresses resident concerns raised about aesthetic impacts to their property • Con — Removal of VCalm signs may cause an increase in vehicular speeds along Calle Pina Colada • Con — Removal of VCalm signs will eliminate the availability of data used to verify speed and volume complaints Based on the data collected, it is Staff's opinion the VCaIm signs have proven to be effective at reducing vehicular speeds along Calle Pina Colada. Direct Staff to maintain the VCalm LED Speed Display signs on Calle Pina Colada. Provide Additional Warning Signs of Restricted Hours on La Serena Way and Del Rey Road • Pro —Additional signs provide increased visibility of restricted turn movement hours • Pro — Increases the decision making time for motorists travelling on both streets • Pro —Additional signs reduce motorist's excuse that they were not aware of the restriction • Con —Additional signs may create aesthetic impacts to surrounding neighborhood Staff recommends that the Commission provide further direction on the suggested installation of additional advance warning signs on La Serena Way and Del Rey Road. Mr. Steve Libring, Consulting Traffic Engineer, Willdan Engineering, will provide a detailed presentation of the results of the six (6) month evaluation and the Calle Pina Colada Traffic Calming Program. The public has been notified of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission's consideration of this issue through the agenda notification process and by mail. 3 FISCAL IMPACT: Minor cost associated with the potential implementation of any of the suggested alternatives. Adequate funds are available in the Traffic Engineering Division's Operating Budget. . ATTACHMENT: Exhibit "A" — Location Map 4 EXHIBIT "A" LOCATION MAP 5 TENH,CULaA LOCATION MAP ,>~, " 3' 4 � �. ! .+ O. 1' ,, # Legend IV •.- pl• Parcels 1y` N , tyw k fa 1, Highways t s le 4 1t- : yam, II INTERCHANGE g .. - 4 t it'.ti , ,et, O, . INTERSTATE ,ilvi 4. : til; ,i i . to et iii Pi"4 , t,, 1 1110 t: likklt m a+.:4 IsAu. 4.. lipe,:44j IeEes t Parks ` , / e_ 4.., ' . . Schools . t _J � ' r i• .. ti ..riw► ' t� �. <� ih;• . 4*• 1, „�,�.. Hospitals +� tr,r .�. 1, r �. ,` Public Facilities 4R ` _VA. + la City of Temecula Boundary w , y. �' ''a, 1 `„ ,.. 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THIS MAP IS NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION ITEM NO. 3 Consideration of High Visibility Crosswalk — Deer Hollow Way at Great Oak High School AGENDA REPORT tiovTEN/A, toTO: Public/Traffic Safety Commission ;'111N447 F .. FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer a 1989 S N'S•NEµoPQO DATE: April 26, 2018 SUBJECT: Item 3 Consideration of High Visibility Crosswalk—Deer Hollow Way at Great Oak High School PREPARED BY: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer II - Traffic RECOMMENDATION: That the Public/Traffic Safety Commission: 3.1 Provide direction to Staff on the potential use of the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Crosswalk System or other suggested alternatives. BACKGROUND: Staff received a request form Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD) to consider the feasibility of installing a pedestrian crosswalk on Deer Hollow Way adjacent to Great Oak High School to provide a controlled crossing for students accessing Patricia Birdsall Sports Park and the Wolf Creek trail system. The issue of potential pedestrian and vehicular conflicts along Deer Hollow Way has been on-going since Great Oak High School was opened in 2004. Staff has coordinated the implementation of numerous improvements with TVUSD to help mitigate some of the conflicts. However, the random crossing by pedestrians accessing the high school continues in spite of the improvements, In 2012, Willdan Engineering performed a Pedestrian Access Feasibility Study that reviewed conditions on perimeter streets at Great Oak High School. Specifically, the study reviewed pedestrian movements, crossing Deer Hollow Way at several locations between Pechanga Parkway and Peach Tree Street. As a result of the study Willdan Engineering identified potential alternatives that could reduce pedestrian and vehicular conflicts along the Deer Hollow Way. The alternatives included the installation of a marked crosswalk with high visibility markings at the school's second driveway (DWY 2) east of Pechanga Parkway and the installation of a raised median with a fence between Pechanga Parkway and Peach Tree Street. Ultimately, the City chose the potential installation of the raised median and fence as the preferred alternative. Subsequently the design and construction of this alternative was added to the Capital Improvement Program for future appropriation as funding became available, which is currently identified as Fiscal Year 2018-19. In 2014, a Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Assessment was performed by UC Berkeley's Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS), Technology Transfer Program, which reviewed facilities Citywide and provided alternatives to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety and enhance walkability, bikeability, and accessibility for all pedestrians and bicyclists. The assessment included a review of the access at Great Oak High School on Deer Hollow Way and Peach Tree Street. The recommendations included a high visibility crosswalk on Deer Hollow Way adjacent to Great Oak High School and Patricia Birdsall Sports Park. In November 2017, Staff met with TVUSD representatives to discuss the on-going conflicts between vehicles and pedestrians and determine a solution to mitigate the conflicts along Deer Hollow Way during school peak periods. The discussion also included the feasibility of constructing the raised median and fence along Deer Hollow Way and/or consideration of a pedestrian crosswalk on Deer Hollow Way at DWY 2 east of Pechanga Parkway. Staff advised TVUSD representatives that adequate funding for construction of the raised median and fence was not available at this time. However, if justified, a high visibility crosswalk could be considered on Deer Hollow Way. Subsequently, Staff performed a review of conditions and an observation of pedestrian movements during the morning and afternoon school peak hours. Our observations revealed that a significant number of pedestrians cross Deer Hollow Way at DWY 2 during both peak periods. Also observed was some random pedestrian crossing on the segment of Deer Hollow Way between Pechanga Parkway and DWY 2. Based on the results or our observations, Staff determined that a high visibility crosswalk at DWY 2 would encourage pedestrian to cross at a centralized point of access to the school, thereby enhancing pedestrian safety and reducing pedestrian/vehicle conflicts along Deer Hollow Way. In January 2018, Staff prepared concept plans for the installation of a high visibility crosswalk that includes a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) crosswalk system, fencing along the park side to channel pedestrians, on-site sidewalk along the drive aisle at Patricia Birdsall Sports Park and access ramp improvements at DWY 2. Following a review of the concept plans, TVUSD representatives agreed to provide fair-share funds in the amount of$25,000, for the installation of the proposed crosswalk improvements and equipment. They also agreed to provide a crossing supervisor at the crosswalk that will monitor and minimize pedestrian crossing activities, in an effort to reduce congestion and delays during school peak periods. The Engineer's Estimate to install the improvements is $100,000. In March 2018, Staff initiated a Resolution of the City Council to amend the Capital Improvement Program budget to accelerate funding for the construction and installation of the proposed high visibility crosswalk and related improvements. At their meeting of March 13, 2018, the City Council approved the Resolution to accelerate funding and directed Staff to have the Public/Traffic Safety Commission perform a detailed review of pedestrian crossing solutions prior to final approval by the City Council. The City Council expressed concerns that the use of the RRFB crosswalk system may conflict with the City's long standing practice to install marked crosswalks at controlled locations only and to discourage pedestrian crossing at un-controlled mid-block locations. The City Council also expressed concerns about potential vehicle queueing impacts caused by the introduction of a controlled crossing solution at DWY 2 and asked that Staff review vehicle queues on Deer Hollow Way and at the Pechanga Parkway intersection. The pedestrian crossing solutions to be reviewed include the raised median and pedestrian fence, traffic signal improvements, pedestrian signals (HAWK system), and RRFB crosswalk system. In March 2018, Staff performed an evaluation of conditions that included the collection of peak hour turning movement counts at the intersection of Pechanga Parkway at Deer Hollow Way. Staff also collected pedestrian volume data for a five (5) day period at the proposed crosswalk location on Deer Hollow Way at DWY 2, which included weekend pedestrian counts. Using the SYNCHRO modeling program the pedestrian and vehicle volume data was used to evaluate queues and potential delays caused by the introduction of a controlled crossing at DWY 2. The results of the evaluation indicate the eastbound vehicular movement could queue up to approximately 400 feet during school peak periods. This queue primarily occurs in the AM peak period in the number two through lane and is attributed to vehicles turning right into DWY 2. The queue occurs within a ten minute window of the beginning of classes. There is however adequate capacity on Deer Hollow Way to handle the queue without affecting the operation of the Pechanga Parkway intersection. The segment length between Pechanga Parkway and DWY 2 is approximately 860 feet. Additionally a review of the pedestrian and vehicular volumes indicates that the number of pedestrian crossing at DWY 2 (east side and west side) is approximately 40 pedestrians during the highest AM peak school period, while the eastbound vehicular volume is 500 vehicles per hour (VPH). Conversely during the highest afternoon school peak period the number of pedestrians crossing at DWY 2 (east side and west side) is 59 while the eastbound vehicular volume is significantly lower at 400 VPH. This further draws the conclusion that delays to eastbound traffic caused by pedestrians crossing Deer Hollow Way will be minimal during both school peak periods and likely to occur within a 10 to 15 minute window. A review of the weekend pedestrian volumes indicates that the peak crossing at DWY 2 occurred on Saturday. The data indicates a total of 60 pedestrians crossed during the 9-10 AM peak hour and 29 pedestrians during the 6-7 PM peak hour. The vehicular volumes during the respective time periods are significantly lower than weekday volumes and did not create any queueing problems. Based on the direction received from the City Council the following five alternatives are offered for consideration by the Commission, The pros and cons of are listed for each alternative. Raised Median and Pedestrian Fence This alternative was the initial preferred alternative considered for mitigating random pedestrian crossing along Deer Hollow Way. The proposed installation of this improvement was separated into two phases beginning with the segment between Pechanga Parkway and DWY 2 and followed by the segment between DWY 2 and Peach Tree Street. The Engineer's Estimate to construct both phases is approximately$950,000. Although not specifically identified or included in this estimate, a traffic signal may eventually be needed at DWY 2 to provide right-of-way control. The signal installation will increase the cost by $300,000. PROS • Limits pedestrian crossing to Pechanga Parkway and Peach Tree Street both controlled intersections • Provides access control at driveways along Deer Hollow Way with the exception of DWY 2, which is a full access driveway for the high school and Patricia Birdsall Sport Park. CONS • Reduces the width of the travel lanes along Deer Hollow Way • Eliminates left-turn access to Patricia Birdsall Sports Park at two locations • Requires TVUSD to reconfigure on-site circulation at Great Oak High School,which may create other circulation challenges • Combined cost of median improvements and on-site school improvements may out-weigh the benefit of the improvement Traffic Signal This alternative provides traffic control for both vehicles and pedestrians. This alternative would likely require the reconfiguration of the school's on-site circulation to garner the most benefit from the signalized access control. The approximate cost to install the traffic signal improvement is $300,000. PROS • Provides full access control at DWY2 and Patricia Birdsall Sports Park driveway • Provides controlled pedestrian crossing • Provides a dedicated pedestrian interval with countdown indications Vehicular movements can be coordinated with adjacent traffic signals at Pechanga Parkway and Peach Tree Street to provide progression on Deer Hollow Way CONS • Vehicular volumes do not justify a traffic signal at this location • Pedestrian volumes do not justify a traffic signal at this location • May create unnecessary stops • May create vehicular delays when pedestrians are crossing • May create long vehicular queues that could impact the Pechanga Parkway intersection • Cost of traffic signal installation and on-going maintenance may out-weigh the benefits of the improvement • Requires TVUSD to reconfigure on-site circulation at Great Oak High School,which may create other circulation challenges High Intensity Activated Crosswalk (HAWK) System The HAWK System is a combination beacon flasher and traffic control signal and is considered a pedestrian hybrid beacon. The HAWK is used to warn and control traffic at un-signalized pedestrian crossing location. The HAWK can also be used at locations where pedestrian warrants do not justify the need for a traffic signal. The typical installation of the HAWK System is a "doghouse" style signal head with 3 indications mounted on a mast arm signal pole for enhanced visibility. The indications are typically dark between actuations until a pedestrian activation is received. Upon activation the signal displays a flashing yellow indication which is immediately followed by a solid yellow indication and then a solid red indication during the pedestrian walk interval. The red indication flashes red during the pedestrian clearance interval and then goes dark at termination of pedestrian clearance interval. The approximate cost to install a HAWK System and related improvements is $200,000 PROS • Controls vehicular movements with red indication during pedestrian interval • Provides controlled pedestrian crossing • Provides a dedicated pedestrian interval CONS • Vehicles may stop for dark indication • Vehicles may violate beginning of red indication • Motorist are not accustomed to HAWK system in Temecula • Motorists may be confused by flashing yellow indication • Motorists may be confused by flashing red indication • May create confusion for ingress/egress vehicles at the park driveway where movements are not controlled • Cost of HAWK System installation and maintenance may out-weigh the benefits provided Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) Crosswalk System The RRFB Crosswalk System is a user actuated amber LED system that supplements pedestrian warning signs at un-signalized intersections or mid=block crosswalks. The RRFB can be activated by a pedestrian push-button or passively by pedestrian detection system. The RRFB displays an irregular"flash" pattern that is similar to a"strobe" light on an emergency vehicle. Presently,there is an interim approval through the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Caltrans for the optional use of pedestrian actuated RRFB's at uncontrolled marked crosswalks to enhance pedestrian and school crossing signs. As previously mentioned this alternative was presented to TVUSD representative as a viable low cost solution to address pedestrian/vehicular conflicts at DWY 2. The approximate cost to install the RRFB crosswalk system and sidewalk improvements is $100,000. 4 PROS • Significantly increases driver yielding behavior over traditional pedestrian warning signs and markings • Studies have concluded that RRFB's are more effective than overhead beacons such as the HAWK System • Stutter flash elicits greater response from drivers than traditional signal indications • RRFB Crosswalk system is powered by solar panel standalone units • Minimal implementation and maintenance cost CONS • Does not display a movement control for vehicles such as a red or yellow indication • No fixed pedestrian interval allows random pedestrian crossing based on pushbutton activation • Still considered an uncontrolled crosswalk location No Build PROS • Maintains status quo • Places responsibility on pedestrians to exercise due care when crossing Deer Hollow Way CONS • Does not address the concerns expressed by TVUSD • Does not address pedestrian/vehicles conflicts occurring at DWY 2 and other locations along Deer Hollow Way • Encourages pedestrians to continue crossing at random locations along Deer Hollow Way between vehicle queues Based on the pros and cons presented for each alternative, it is Staff's opinion the RRFB system addresses the on-going mid-block pedestrian crossing concerns expressed by TVUSD and residents. The RRFB crosswalk system is a low cost solution that provides an actuated high visibility pedestrian crossing on Deer Hollow Way at DWY 2. Staff recommends the Commission provide further direction on the potential use of the RRFB crosswalk system or the other suggested alternatives. The public has been notified of the Public/Traffic Safety Commission's consideration of this issue through the agenda notification process and by mail. FISCAL IMPACT: To Be Determined based on selected alternative. ATTACHMENT: 1. Exhibit A— Location Map 2. Exhibit B — Section 4.13, Focus Area 12, Great Oak High School, Citywide Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Assessment Report prepared by University of California, Berkeley, Institute of Transportation Studies, Technology Transfer Program 3. Exhibit C - Pedestrian Count Data 4. Exhibit D — Sample HAWK Installation 5. Exhibit E — Sample RRFB Installation 6. 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THIS MAP IS NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION EXHIBIT B Section 4.13, Focus Area 12, Great Oak High School, Citywide Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Assessment Report prepared by University of California, Berkeley, Institute of Transportation Studies, Technology Transfer Program s City of Temecula Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Assessment September 2014 4.13 FOCUS AREA 12: GREAT OAK HIGH SCHOOL Setting Great Oaks High School occupies the south side of Deer Hollow VVay between the traffic signals at Pechanga Parkway and Peachtree Street. The school's football field and its parking lot occupy the southeast corner at Pechanga Parkway. The Patricia 1H. Birdsall Sports Park occupies most of the north side; its main south parking lot has two driveways, the west one opposite the football field driveway and the east one opposite the school's west student entrance. At the west edge of the Sports Park, the Great Oaks Trail runs north-south along a channelized drainage-way parallel to Pechanga Parkway. The Trail runs for 1.75 miles north to Loma Linda Road, serving Wolf Valley Road and several neighborhoods along the way. Figure 4-23 shows the school and its vicinity. Yellow arrows indicate selected locations with pedestrian crossing demand. Figure 4-23: Great Oaks High School and Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park ,?. - ....;..„7:.:_.. ..y� - i :41 , • I��►� } • . O ...... i . Oi i, i(7---- N6 . t- - t sat .it \ * ITi=4-1 •-=.3...1 If', t it , .. . si . - t • - ', 7 40,eibp. --. 91,.. ,..- . Allik, i = lit 41' A 4 4" •• '' /Pki Vileirilliel 4- Students arriving on foot and bicycle use the Great Oaks Trall if originating from the northwest, and Peachtree Street if originating from the northeast. Student drop-off and pickup occur on Peachtree Street and Primrose Avenue along the east and south edges of the campus. 75 City of Temecula Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Assessment September 2014 Analysis— Great Oaks Trail connection to school Students arriving via the Trail currently have only one protected crossing of Deer Hollow Way -- at the Pechanga Parkway crosswalk. However, the desire line between the Trail and the school's west student entrance (east of"F" in Figure 4-24), follows the north sidewalk ("C") to the sports park's west driveway ("A")where there is currently no enhanced crosswalk. Figure 4-24: Great Oaks Trail connection to school ZII Sports Park , ,_ _____ „I . I .- .t 0 if/kik , . , . _...... . .. " • . _ , •._: b ••• Pence e ; - - ,dI IIIIIIIIIIIINI 41..rs.R.Ni.w+. i a: - rp The driveway's east leg is preferable to its west leg for a marked crosswalk because although both the east and west legs serve left turns in and out, the football field parking lot's left turn out seems more likely to experience PM peak activity coinciding with use of the crosswalk by departing students. Prohibiting left turns out of the sports park's west driveway during peak AM arrival and PM departure periods could be considered. An uncontrolled mid-block crosswalk should have high-intensity (e.g. "ladder") markings, crosswalk warning sign assemblies (W11-2 pedestrian warning sign and W16-7p downward pointing arrow plaque), advance yield lines ("shark's teeth") 20'-40' upstream, and R1-5 Yield Here To Pedestrians signs at the yield lines. To inform motorists of their responsibility to yield, an education and promotion campaign should accompany the installation of this mid-block crosswalk and the similar one suggested below for the Sports Park's east driveway. The campaign should explain the requirement to yield to persons in crosswalks, including uncontrolled crosswalks, and should explain the yield line ("shark's teeth") markings and that the yield should occur there, not at the crosswalk. The messages should be repeated the start of each school year to reach new students and parents. Between Pechanga Parkway and Peachtree Street, Deer Hollow Way is 66' wide, with wide (17') outside lanes, narrow (11') inside lanes and a 10' center turn lane. 17' outside lanes are wide enough for two vehicles abreast. They could be divided into 11' travel lanes and 6' bike lanes to support on-street bicycle travel between the Great Oaks Trail (via the suggested crosswalk) and Peachtree Street and points east. 77 City of Temecula Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Assessment September 2014 Crossing of Deer Hollow Way between Pechanga Parkway and the suggested crosswalk should be discouraged. The north sidewalk is fenced along the sports park lawn ("C") and unfenced between "s" and Pechanga Parkway. If undesired crossing activity was an issue after installation of the suggested crosswalk, the north sidewalk fence could be extended to Pechanga Parkway, with a locked gate for service access at the trail driveway. A median fence could also be considered within the painted island CD") and perhaps along the eastbound left turn pocket("E"). The north sidewalk segment ("C") that will provide the connection may need to be widened to reduce bicycle-pedestrian conflicts. It is currently approximately 9.5' wide but some of that width is obstructed by the fence, and as a rule of thumb 1' (12") along a fence (or wall or hedge) is not counted as usable pedestrian traveiway width. Suggestions for Potential Improvement— Great Oaks Trail connection to school # Subject Suggestion • Install a mid-block crosswalk on the east leg at the Sports Park's west driveway, with: a high-intensity(e.g. "ladder")crosswalk markings Mid-block a crosswalk warning sign assemblies at crosswalk(W11-2 pedestrian warning sign &W16-7p downward pointing arrow crosswalk at east 1 plaque) leg of Sports Park's west driveway o advance yield lines("shark's teeth') 20'-40' upstream R1-5 Yield Here To Pedestrians signs at the yield lines + if needed, install pedestrian-activated Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) on the crosswalk warning sign assemblies. Trail-to-sidewalk • To eliminate the need for Trail users to make a U-turn to access 2 direct connection the north sidewalk, add a straight direct connection between the trail and the sidewalk's T junction. Deter crossing • If needed to deter crossing between Pechanga Parkway and the 3 away between suggested crosswalk, extend the north sidewalk's fence the crosswalks Pechanga Parkway corner, including across the driveway apron at the south end of the Trail, and/or install a median fence. Widen north • Widen the north sidewalk between the Trail and the new sidewalk crosswalk to reduce peak period conflicts between bicyclists and groups of pedestrians. 5 Peak period turn If needed, prohibit left turns out of the Sports Park's west restrictions driveway during periods of peak crosswalk activity. Conduct education and promotion concurrently with the 6 Education and installation of the crosswalk, and subsequently at the start of each • a promotion school year. 7 Stripe bike lanes on } Divide the 17' outside lane into 11' (vehicle) /6' (bike) Deer Hollow Way 78 EXHIBIT C PEDESTRIAN COUNT DATA Location- Temecula Date:00(07/2018 WS: Deer Hollow Wry (ft,ti,) Day Saturday CON. at Great Oak H5 ••t.n.t.e Pemestr..ii,.u.nir West Side West Side Cast ide East Side Deno Northbound South mind North ound southbound TOTAL 12O0AM 0 12:15AM 0 1230 AM UAS AM 1:00AM 1:15 AM 1:30AM LAS AM 2:00 AM USAN 2:30AM 245 AM 3:00 AM 3:15 AM 3:30 AM 3AS AM 4:00 AM 115 AM 4:30 AM 445 AM 5:00 AM 9:15 AM 5:30 AM 945 AM 6:00 AM 6:15 AM -__-- 6:30 AM 1 645 AM / 700 AM 7 715 AM 1 1 7:30 AM I1 3 745 AM 8:00 AM A 5 3 1:15 AM 4 1 8:30 AM 7 /45 9:00 AM *1S AM 9:30 AM 11 0:43 AM 1000 AM 1015 AM I 5 p 10:30 AM 1045AM 2 S 11:00 AM 0 5 S 1115 AM 1 1 3 11:30 AM 11.45 AM 1 4 5 UaO 12:15 PM U:JO 12:45 PM 0 0 1 1.00 PPA 1:15 PM n 6 130 PM 1:45 PM 1 240M _.... 0 3 2:15 PM e 110 PM 2:45 PM 2 310 PM 4 115 PA/ 2 1:30 PM 11 3 A PM 400 PM 1 44S PM 410 PM 3 M 445 P 3.00 PM 2 5:33PM 4 . 5-30►M -- - 2 5:45 PM 2 GOD PM 35 PM 3 130 PM _ S NS PM 7310 PM 7:19 PM 7:30 PM 7:45 PM 8:00 PM LLS PM • 0.30 PM SAS PM t00 PM .T_.. 015PM • ---- -- 5:30 PM • 113 PM0 0 .. 14P00 PM 0 0 1015 PM 0 - 0 1010 PM 0 _ 0 - 1045 PM 0 0 3300 PM —.__....__.. 11:15 PM 1130 PM 0 11.45 PM o.. • 10MLVOWMES I 4 160 21 14 3 3 Counts Unlimited,Inc PO Bo.1178 Corona.CA 92878 951-268-6268 99T91119NNT56 MI6 V]'euo,o3 Bal 49Od 3u/'wnu'nun uuno) KI •1 Gil Ell S31/4fI/0/1 IV101 O w S►•II 0w05tt —.- -- Old Slit — 0 ----- 1/0100410 .— -___ Rd SPOT O vId of a Wd 5t:0T 0 --.._ -- ONOGot 0 ,. 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Pun0.419OS P''OWW/ •w0 aPIS 0 1 I :"1 .PIS IWN a99 Idµ fluoe0 u,Pls2Wd 511,100 0001910 :01/3 Aeyun9 Art fit/!/1) AMMm00001000 :SIN BLOL/90/b0 .100 F i einlawat u0Nr9ot loCallOn Temecula Date:04/09/2018 N/s Deer Hollow Way jiy,,,s ; Day Monday P/W 41(9'04 Oak HS ••' •••••' Pedestrian Counts West Side West Side East Side East'idc Time Northbound 59911•99ua4 Northbound South ound TOTA 1210 AM _. _ 0 12:15 AM 0 12:/0 AM _ . .. 12.40 MA I:03 M4 —..�. 174 Ma 1:30 AM 1:48 AM ' 290 AM 2:15 AM 7:30 AIA 044 AM _... 3a0AM 1:1S AM *3O AM 3:4S AM • 490 AM 4:15 AM 0 940 AM 0 496 AM 0 _ 000 AM 1 0 5:15 AM I 0 'L30 AM 0 _.. a _ __. ._0 SAS AM 0 0 a aka a7M 2 0 I 0015 AM 0 0 _ 0 WO MA 1 - 4 0:40 AM 0 2 - 2 _ 700 AM 1 I 1 .. , 3 _. 7:15 M4 I _ 1 0 I 7:36 AM 2 0 S 7:40 AM I 0 - 4 ROO AM0 0 6 4 5 Pm 1 4 0 11 d!r,.v I S _ 0 6 AIS AM I 4 _ 1 6 9:0041A _ n 5 _ 0 K 9:15 AM 1 _..± 0 6 9:30AM 15. 0 23 9:45 AM 0 -.. 0 .. - 0 10:00 AM 7 :! _._.--9---- 4 -- 1045 AM 1 -... —. 0 10:30 AM ,t ... 0 n ___ 10:45 AM 0 .._.._ _.. 6 11:00 AM 1 2 — 11:15 AM 0 t .. 3 11:30 AM 0 U U 0 0 Il'45 AM 0 0 3 0 1 12:00 PM 1 0 0 0 1 12.11 PM 3 3 0 3 1220 PM 0 0 1 4:45 PM 0 :l _ 0 100 PM 0 0 1:167.642 0 0 160 PM 11 2 t 45 PM 30 4 1,01000 o 0 0 0 0 0 __-2:30 PM 2 a 9 2:45 PM I 0 0 390 OM 1 2 3:15 PM 0 0 _._.. 3:30 PM • - _ 1 3:45 PM 0 0 400PM 1 1 4:15 PM 1 4:30 PM 2 3 4:45 PM 2 6 S00 PM _._ 0 _ — 5 5.15 PM i 4 10 5:30 PM 2 7 515 PM9 6100 PM 6 6:15 PM 12 610 PM 7 3 6:45 PM 1 6 700 MA 17 7:15PM 4 r 15 _ 7:10 PM 67 7:45 PIA / 21 890 PM2 4i PM tl - - 0 1 —_. ...___0 1 0:00 PM I 0 1 _ 9:15PM _.. 2 ._ 0 2 9:30 PM 0 0 0 995 PM 0 - 0 2 10:00 PM 0 0 0__, 11615PM 0 _ 0 0 _ 10:30 PM 0 0 0 1095 MA 9 __ 1 2 11a0PM 0 0 0 11:15 PM I 0 2 11:10 PM 0 0 0 11:45 PM 0 0 0 TOTAL VOLUMES: 173 115 30 277 Counts Unlim,tel,Inc PO Rpm 117R Colons,CA 92874 951.2686268 I ItiI g�C reaF. , ,2W rr. �r. +p> ,,, ,, r. o . y q may ^ R ar. r. r.rr 4GGC E' oNat8�878a8 8...zus 11sa 30$;u—S stAtrartsVstzv8$,4;at cZaa!o78 181tM8stMaIktMEatMs3 Mgmo�s�8Gaao�gi A Z12 112 P, 1 f£ .. v-Oc c O o OCOc O o OCOn,..O y ,•-,. ►yv.-.00.-O.•c r• r..0o000000rrOw0y,,.. 0,.,W0w,,.r •a,ror..w 0r oe000Oc Oc Oo p......op0 =OO op o 00 p O o�O. .r r.. .y.,r.r r Cro r.....c y c O..N o 00000..00.a•+rr.•>O c r o•........w-..-.....0c.400.0000000000°0000,,00, 7 O ;g! ; x l_ lz $ v `oo_ac p 000c00r-OCr00“0.OOc Oo 0. 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S,..gi , y ,=8 w..wwr.•...•e.-.000000=00012o:o•-00e 1 m IF location: Temecula ate:04/110018 N/S: Deer Hollow Way 4///// Day Wednesday E/Wat Great Oat H5 -.••• Pedestrian Counts West Si* West Skis fast 5th' East S4 Time Nplhbpsmd SOWMMmind Northbound Southbound 10iµ 1700 AM 0 1 0 9' I 12:15 AM 0 0 0 O 12.30 AM 0 0 1----2-- 11 ..11.45 AM U 90 1----1--_,. 100AM 0 0 _ -_. 0 1:15 AM 0 0 _ _ 0 _9__- llAm 0 0 0 _ 1:45 aM 0 0 ---- 0 � _____ - 100AM 0U 2:15 AM 0 _ - __. 0 1:30 AM 0 1 2:45 AM C a ILO AM 0 _ 0 3:15 AM 0 - a 910 AM 0 0 ]-45 AM 0 • _-. 0 4400AM 0 _..-1 0 _ 4 15A 0 0 4'10 AM a I 0 4:45 AM c 0 0 500 AM 0 0 0 S:15 AM 0 a 910AM 0 3} 0 1 5.45 AM 0 0 0 0 600AM 0 0 2 0 6.15 AM 2 0 O 6-30 AM .1 3 0 0 6:45 AM 0 0 0 700 AM 0 3 0 7 115 AM 4 4 0 0 710 AM _ 1 1 1 0 ' .. 7:45 AM .._ I 0 0 I 2100 AM 1 0 0 2 8:15 AM 1 4 1 0 - 830 AM .. 4 1 10 645 AM 3 I 4 400 AM 11 y. 19 915AM 4 S 9 :b PI AM 6 l9 • 'l 45 AM 1 1 0 10.00AM I _... 1 Z 10.15 AM 1a 1 10.10AM S ... __ I 9 1045 AM 5 I 1100AM _ 0 0 _ " 11.15AM 0 1 11:30 AM - 0 4 0 II AS AM 0 I 1 12:00 PM 2 2 5 I2I5 PM 0 0 0 12:30 PM 0 3 11.+5 P64 0 1 1:00 PM 0 0 1.15 PM It I 1 1:30PM 1 2 1 VAS PM _ 0 0 0 1.00 PM 0 0 0 PIS PM .. I 0 1 44 9.90 PM I 1 2:45 PM 1 1 7 300OPM 2 0 1 1:15 PM _ 3 0_ 0 3:301M 0 1 0 LISPM L 0 1 4 .__ * 3 0 0 tap IM ____4J,1. ...._•1 1 0 1 U 4:10 PM 3 S 0 0 ------- 4145PM _ 1 4 1 — --' SOD 1 0 1 5:15 PM 7 I 0 .10 PM_.. S I 0 5:45 PM 4 1 0 C00 MI 1 2 3 6:15 PM 4S _ 0 r 1 610 PM 4 S 0 6:45 PM I S 1 TOO PM 4 1 I _ 1 7:15 PM 1 1:10PM a 2 0 7:45 PM 0 0 000 PM 0 1 8:15 PM 0 0 LW PM I 0 0:49 PM 1 2 990►M I 0 9213 PM r, 0 9• PM 0 0 PAS MA 0 0 10310 PM 0 0 10:15 PM 0 0 10:30 PM 0 0 104S PM 0 0 11:00 PM 0 0 - 1115PM 0 0 tt 11:10 PM 0 0 0 11A5PM 0 0 0 107MV0.UAlES: 100 111 2S 4S 30P Counts Imenuted,Inc PO 805 1178 Cutout.CA'70878 451.168.6248 EXHIBIT D SAMPLE HAWK INSTALLATION .- - -6. .. , .111.116 o .. '.. ._ .... . .IIX or --Ttomo.t- ''.0,woo—, .,. .. . 0„...........--............i- .,-,-- . Illigo•-,.. t 11111Mar r'iof.'''. ------ . 1 14.4 •k _Iiit. . ..41 „ ._ • . r.i.....7 .._. 1 r 6. r 0 , I.. .OW'.6 NOP --' : * '.• ' . . .: ..4 .., . . .. i -- - - , . 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Phase Y rig W < e = CO f� . 1102 Z qO ._ t{ f �.-a:r <. .... . . t J _ !T. !S : yaein w o f 3 - Nr,M _ w Lu a. s Z Phase 1 Si,,iA O o t ` . • t o Q GREAT OAK HIGH SCHOOL_ o P _ / 'oScoeL a O = " _ ....1 Ur--4 ir • , ‘,444,._ li grip. i I .."-er, BIRDSALL SPORTS PARK V' � �, DW#74111 5y� E .• : DEER I OLLOW WY. .. SCHOOL OT _. (F L. W Phase 2-MedianAIL 0 I co , • • �� w w - w b �� tW. • J cn O w * O w GREAT OAK HIGH SCHOOL 0 1„: _d $ 4 1 ,r ,. g : r ., off ... _ 0 D U < U a No Sca e w LEGEND' T)Install 18'wide raised median. A Allowed movement at driveway ©Install new left tum lane and convert Proposed Fence on Median existirgleft tum lane toasecond right tum lane IMPROVEMENTS CONCEPT PLAN = Proposed widening of existing crosswalk,to 12' 3®Install a rolling gate across the median opening Proposed Raised Median for the left tum movement from DW#1 Gate will only DETAILED VIEW OF MEDIAN FENCE — Proposed Gate be open for special activities such as football games W Driveway Entrance p City-approved traffic control plan shall be in place when gate is open. ® —WidenExhibit 8 crosswalk to 12'. W I L LDAN I Pedestrian Access FeaOak Hight'Study School IV Engineering Greet City of Temecula City or Temecura TRAFFIC ENGINEER' S REPORT co 1l:4p `� •Cee J; J r,' 1989 �' MEMORANDUM �lrr\..♦1....Y� TO: Pat Thomas, Director of Public Works FROM: Rodney Tidwell, Maintenance Superintendent— PW Streets p� DATE: April 1., 2018 `✓ SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report for March 2018 CC: Jerry Gonzalez, Associate Engineer—Traffic Julie Tarrant, Sr. Management Analyst Steve Charette, Interim Senior Civil Engineer- Land Development Maria Hilton, Sr. Office Specialist—Traffic Attached please find the Monthly Activity Report for the Month of March 2018. The attached spreadsheets detail the maintenance activities and related costs completed by both in-house crews and maintenance contractors. Attachments: Monthly Activity Report Street Maintenance Division Street Maintenance Contractors Detail Report Contracted Maintenance Work Completed Graffiti Removal Chart MEMORANDUM 01 illor TO: Patrick Thomas,Director of Public Works/City Engineer �� • FROM: Rodney Tidwell,Maintenance Superintendent �' ,`` ?}11 DATE: April 1,2018 1989 ,,•w.v8v y SUBJECT: Monthly Activity Report-March 2018 The following activities were performed by the Street Maintenance Division in-house personnel for the month of March 2018: 1. SIGNS A. Total signs replaced 61 B. Total signs installed 4 C. Total signs repaired 51 D. Banners Replaced 125 II. TREES A. Total trees trimmed for sight distance and street sweeping concerns 87 Ill. ASPHALT REPAIRS A. Total square feet of A.C.repairs 2.092 B. Total Tons 54.3 IV. CATCH BASINS A. Total catch basins cleaned 111 B. Down Spouts 0 C. Under sidewalks 0 D. Bowls 0 V. RIGHT-OF-WAY WEED ABATEMENT A. Total square footage for right-of-way abatement 0 VI. GRAFFITI REMOVAL A. Total locations 59 B. Total S.F. 3,808 VII. STENCILING A. 460 New and Repainted Legends B. 6 L.F. of new and repainted red curb and striping C. 0 Bull Nose D. 0 Thermal Plastic E. 0 RPMs Installed R.\MAIN"rA IN\MOACTRPT Also,City Maintenance staff responded to 45 service order requests ranging from weed abatement,tree trimming,sign repair, A.C.failures,litter removal,and catch basin cleanings. This is compared to 54 service order requests for the month of February 2018. The Maintenance Crew has also put in 156.5 hours of overtime which includes standby time,special events and response to street emergencies. The total cost for Street Maintenance performed by Contractors for the month of March 2018 was SI88,391 compared to $21.490 for the month of February 2018. Account No. 5402 $761 Account No. 5401 $ Account No.999-5402 $187,630 Electronic Copies: Pat Thomas,City Engineer - Director of Public Works Amer Attar,Principal Civil Engineer - Capital Improvements Steve Charette,Interim Senior Civil Engineer - Land Development Jerry Gonzalez,Associate Engineer II - Traffic Division Julie Tarrant,Sr. Management Analyst - Capital Improvements Maria Hilton,Sr.Office Specialist - Traffic Division R\MAINTAIN\MOACTRPT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Date Submitted: March 1,2018 MONTHLY ACTIVITY REPORT Submitted By: Patrick Thomas Prepared By: Rodney Tidwell FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018 3RD QUARTER Jan-18 Feb-18 Mar-18 I FISCAL YEAR TO DATE 1 WORK WORK WORK . WORK TOTAL COST SCOPE OF WORK Unit Cost COST COSTCOST COST FOR LAST COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED i FISCAL YEAR ASPHALT REPAIRS: Square Footage: 52.97 2,816 $ 8,383.52 1,851 $ 5,497.47 2,092 5 8,213.24 54,779 $ 46,242.90 $ Tons: 39.5 43 54.3 268.8 Parking Lot Slurry Seal Square Footage: Gallons: PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE: Square Footage: $2.97 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ - 0 $ - $ PCC Yards: 0 0 0 0 STENCILING: ~- Red curb&Striping(linear feet): 50 07 150 $ 10.50 0 $ • 6 $ 0.42 38,714 $ 2,709.98 $ New&Repainted Legends(each): $8 00 204 $ 1,632.00 207 $ 1,668.00 460 $ 3,680.00 2,479 $ 19,832.00 $ Bull Noses(each): $0.07 0 $ - 2 $ 0.14 0 $ - 195 $ 13.65 $ Raised Pavement Markers-RPM's(each): 12 11 1 0 196 Thermo Plastic Legends(each). 0 r 0 0 i 0 -i SIGNS&BANNERS No.of Signs REPLACED: $26 39 23 1 5 606.97 33 $ 870.87 61 $ 1,609.79 359 $ 9,474.01 $ Material(cost per sign): $50.00 1$ 1,150.00 $ 1,650.00 18 3,050.00 1$ 17,950.00 $I No of Signs INSTALLED: $26.39 41 $ 1,081.99 18 $ 475.02 4 I$ 105.56 184 i 5 4,855.76 $ Material(cost per sign): $50 00 I$ 2,050.00 $ 900.00 i$ 200.00 I$ 9,200.00 $ - No of Signs REPAIRED. $26.39 56 1$ 1,477.84 60 $ 1,583.40 51 1 5 1,345.89 413 i$ 10,899.07 $ Material(cost per sign): $50.00 ;$ 2,800.00 S 3,000.00 5 2.550.00 j S 20,650.00 $ No of BANNERS installed $26 39 108 fE$ 2,850.12 106 S 2,797.34 125 $ 3,298.75 601 Ifi$ 15,860.39 $ Chnstmas Wreaths installed. $26.39 0 I,$ 0 ,$ • 0 5 0 5 - $ GRAFFITI REMOVAL No of Locations: 36 42 59 420 0 Square Footage. 1,019 j 1,843 3,808 28,999 _ 0 rDRAINAGE FACILITIES CLEANED Catch Basins: $26 39 51 $ 1,348.89 147 $ 3,879.33 111 t$ 2,929.29 816 $ 21,534.24 $ • Down Drains. $26 39 26 $ 686.14 0 $ 0 $ - 26 $ 686.14 $ Under sidewalk Drains $26 39 70 $ 1,847.30 27 .1$ 712.53 0 $ - 309 $ 8,154.51 $ Detention Basins: $26.39 0 $ • 0 18 0 $ - 2 $ 52.78 $ Bridge Deck Drains: $26.39 0 $ - 0 S - 0 $ 0 $ TREES TRIMMED No of Trees Trimmed: $26.39 7 $ 184.73 3 $ 79.17 87 $ 2,295,93 375 $ 9,896.25 $ • R.0.W WEED ABATEMENT Area Abated(square feet) 50.034 0 $ 4,500 $ 153.00 0 5 6,725 _5 228.65 $ - The Street Maintenance Division also responds to service requests for a variety of other reasons,the total number of Service Order Requests,some of which include work reported above Is reported monthly. SERVICE ORDER REQUESTS • No of SOR's: 78 54 4 582 0 Personnel assigned to the Street Maintenance Division are on-call and respond to after hours emergencies or support City sponsored special events Overtime Hours: $39 59 57 0 ;$ 2,256.63 37 5 ; $ 1,484.63 156 5 ;$ 6,195.84 892 ;$ 35,294.49 $0.00 TOTALS: 4,793.5 i$ 228,343.83 8,988 $ 23,873.23 7,061 $ 23,474.71 137,234 ,5 233,534.82 $0.00 STREET MAINTENANCE CONTRACTORS The following contractors have performed the following projects for the month of March 2018 DATE DESCRIPTION TOTAL COST ACCOUNT STREET/CHANNEL/BRIDGE OF WORK SIZE CONTRACTOR: Hardy&Harper Inc. Date: 3/19/18 Rancho Way Grind&Replace damaged asphalt TOTAL COST $39,100 Date: 3/19/18 Solana Road Grind&Replace damaged asphalt TOTAL COST $36,300 Date: 3/24/18 North General Kearny Road/ Grind& Replace damaged asphalt Camino Campos Verde TOTAL COST $112,230 Date: TOTAL COST CONTRACTOR: West Coast Arborists,Inc. Date: City Wide Annual Tree Trimming # 134476 TOTAL COST $761 Date: TOTAL COST CONTRACTOR: Date: TOTAL COST Date: TOTAL COST TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5401 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #5402 $761 TOTAL COST ACCOUNT #99-5402 S187,630 R:\M AI NTA lN1MOACTRPT CITY OF TEMECULA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS STREET MAINTENANCE DIVISION GRAFFITI REMOVAL FISCAL YEAR 2017 - 2018 Number Square 12,000 - — — 70 Month of Calls Footage Jul 45 4,701 10,000 - 60 Aug 40 11,144 50 Sep 53 1,999 8,000 -- Oct 64 1,361 y - 40 a Nov 35 1,301 u-12 6,000 -- - m Dec 46 1,823 �a 30 Z Jan 36 1,019 4,000 Feb 42 1,843 - 20 Mar 59 3,808 i 2,000 intiviAl _ 10 Apr May 0 0 Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun R Totals 420 28,999 a Square a Number Footage of Calls POLICE CHIEF ' S REPORT RIVERSIDE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT TEMECULA POLICE CRIME ANALYSIS UNIT SNEP1 F STAN SNIFF :1•17 -t.iuw ROA?. Mueerrt,CA 92563 To: Southwest Station Admin From: Marianna Kuhn. Crime Analyst Date: April 2. 2018 Re: Temecula Police Department—Part 1 Calls for Service March 1 -31, 2018 Total Part 1 calls for service: 264. A 15%decrease from the previous month (313). Temecula Police Department March Part 1 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Aggravated Assault Burglary Larceny Theft Rape Robbery Vehicle Theft ■Total 25 39 154 2 3 41 UCR combines vehicle burglaries info Larceny Theft category. This information includes vehicle burglaries in that category Non-written incidents: 60 Written incidents: 204 Total calls for service: 264 Not for Public Distribution Data provided by RSOIData Warehouse Law Enforcement Use City of Temecula Traffic Statistics March 2018 Citation Totals Total Hazardous Citations 738 Total Non-Hazardous Citations 747 Parking Citations 108 Total Citations 1593 Citation Breakdown S.L.A.P. 216 N.E.T. Citations Awaiting update from Crossroads School Zones Seatbelt Citations 32 Community Presentations 0 Traffic Collisions Non-Injury 27 Hit and Run 15 Injury 25 Fatal 1 Total 68 Pedestrian Related Collisions: 4 Note: Collision stats are only those calls for service resulting in a written Police report. D.U.l. Arrests D.U.I. Arrests 36 Total cell phone cites 272 (23123 & 23124 CVC) Grant Funded DUI Checkpoints/Click it or Ticket Operations/Special Operations City-Wide Red Light Enforcement (SLAP) Prepared by Corporal De Loss#2914 April 4, 2018 Commission Members April 4,2018 City of Temecula Public/Traffic Safety Commission 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Ref: Public/Traffic Safety Commission Traffic Division Activities/Events Dear Commission Members: Below please find the Traffic Division activities for the month of March 2018. These activities include the following: • Citation statistics(attachment) • Part 1 Crimes(attachment) • Community Action Patrol supported call-outs: (2)Call-outs • CAP Meetings: Held. • Community Action Patrol activity/patrol hours: 243 hours for March 2018. Year-to-date total: 491 hours. *There were (33)CAP patrols with(23) members participating. • Training: None. • Special Events: March 2"d: Rod Run,(3)CAP members,(1) Reserve Deputy March 3`d: Rod Run, (6) CAP members, (2) Reserve Deputies March 2"d-24th: Balance of Academy Classes at BCTC, (4)CAP members, (1) Posse member March 30th: Good Friday Cross Walk, (7)CAP members If you have any questions regarding this package, please do not hesitate to call me at the Temecula Police Department,Traffic Division—(951)696-3072. Sincerely, Corporal Bryan De Loss Temecula Police Department—Traffic Division FIRE CHIEF' S REPORT Riverside County Fire Department/ CAL FIRE Emergency Incident Statistics otut CAL FIRE' SINCE 1885 C>rmaim i � Daniel R. Talbot Fire Chief 4/5/2018 Report Provided By: Riverside County Fire Department Communications and Technology Division GIS Section Please refer to Map and Incident by Battalion,Station,Jurisdiction Incidents Reported for the month of March,2018 and Temecula City Page 1 of 6 `Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Response Activity Incidents Reported for the month of March,2018 and Temecula City ■ 7 0.9% *Corn Fire 1 0.1% a False Alarm 63 8.1% •Haz Mar 7 0.9% Medical 581 74,3% Multi-Fam Dueling Fire 1 0.1% Other Fire 2 0.3% ■Other Mise: 4 0.5% •Public Seruce Assist 34 4.3% •Res Fire 2 0.3% •Rescue 1 01% Ringing Alarm 2 0.3% Standby 3 0.4% •Traffic Collision 72 9.2% Vehicle Fire 1 0.1% NI Midland Fire 1 0.1% Total: 782 100.0% Com Fire 7 1 False Alarm 63 Haz Mat Medical 7 581 Multi-Fam Dwelling Fire 1 Other Fire 2 Other Misc 4 Public Service Assist 34 Res Fire Rescue 2 1 Ringing Alarm 2 Standby 3 Traffic Collision 72 Vehicle Fire 1 Wildland Fire 1 Incident Total: 782 Average Enroute to Onscene Timex Enroute Time=When a unit has been acknowledged as responding.Onscene Time=When a unit has been acknowledge as being on scene.For any other statistic outside Enroute to Onscene please contact the IT Help Desk at 951-940-6900 <5 Minutes +5 Minutes +10 Minutes +20 Minutes Average Mo 0 to 5 min 543 178 19 1 4.3 72.6% The following incidents are included in the total number of records but not in the average time HZM,HZMMC,OAC,OAF,OAM,OAMAD,OAMAI,OAMTE,OAMVA,OAP,OAR,OAV,OUT,OOU, LEB,LEO,LEI,BRNPMT,OES,PAA, PAD,PAF,PAO,PAP,HFS,HFSAM,HFSCA,HSBT,HSBTC,HSBTS,HSBTV,HSE, HSG Last Updated 4/5/2018 3:1 Page 2 of 6 Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Incidents by Battalion, Station and Jurisdiction Corn False Haz Mat Medical Multi-Fa Other Other Public Res Rescue Ringing Standby Traffic Vehicle Fire Alarm m Fire Misc Service Fire Alarm Collislo Fire Battalion 15 tatlon 12 Temecula 3 1 15 2 114 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 26 0 .macula . Station Total 3 1 15 2 114 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 26 0 tatlon 79 Rancho Temecula 1 0 23 2 196 0 0 0 14 0 1 1 2 25 0 aUfornia Station Total 1 0 23 2 196 0 0 0 14 0 1 1 2 25 0 -=titian 89 French Temecula 0 0 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 alley Station Total 0 0 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 _0 0 0 0 101,. -tatlon 84 Temecula 0 0 9 0 122 0 1 0 7 1 0 0 1 9 1 -arkvlew Station Total 0 0 9 0 122 0 1 0 7 1 0 0 1 9 1 tation 92 wolf Temecula 3 0 15 3 110 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 12 0 reek Station Total 3 0 15 3 110 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 12 0 tatlon 96 Temecula 0 0 1 0 32 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 oripaugh Ranch Station Total 0 0 1 0 32 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Battotion Tot/#: -- ••• . - - _ 1 6 - '3, 1 4 34 2 1 2 3 72 Grand Total 4 34 2 1 2 3 72 1 Last Updated 4/512018 3 1 Page 3 of 6 *Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. Z91 L Z8E 8E 0 I et 0 SSI j SSt L ISt 0 tst 0 L s 0 0 S9Z 0 S9Z. 0 S9t 0 991, 0 end 1E101 «eIPIIM Incidents by Jurisdiction Corn Fire False Haz Mat Medical Multi•Fa Other Other Public Res Fire Rescue Ringing Standby Traffic Vehicle Alarm m Fire Mlsc Service Alarm Collision Fire emecula 7 1 63 7 581 1 2 4 34 2 1 2 3 72 1 Grand Total 7 1 63 7 581 1 2 4 Last Updated 4/5/2018 3:1 Page 4 of 6 -Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for at units only the first unit in. N 0 CO CO ti I, 111 T Incidents by Supervisorial District- Summary DISTRICT 3 Grand CHUCK Total 7 Corn Fire 1 False Alarm n611 63 Haz Mat 7 Medical 581 Multi-Fam Dwelling Fire 1 Other Fire 2 Other Misc 4 4 Public Service Assist 34 34 Res Fire 2 2 Rescue 1 1 Ringing Alarm 2 2 Standby ■ 3 Traffic Collision ■ 72 Vehicle Fire 1 1 1131 Wildland Fire 1 1 notal 82 782 Last Updated 4/5/2018 3:1 Page 5 of 6 'Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. MONTI I — 3 and YEAR — 201E and CITYNAMI — 'Temecula' 411P e. .t + ,o , + • I 4 ....-.......—*". .ttr 401 ; 0 * 4i► or • ., � • e . •. 41F 're I * . a a ' • Illr W—•"' 4itio • 0 at. • 0.::, • • • • +ow .., ll �..r.,' a. .. • . 46 • • • • • • • * •.• 0 • • 'i • t •i • • s + • • • •+_ _. • + • +# 4s..t .poi 11t Pt Ch ANGA C r.N©ANO nv ot/ ,. si+....i$: r • Pe c h an ge �.. t farr ,N r Legend N • Fie • 1\4e-thud Q Riverside Cowry 4.4. t re ,calm • Ficumra • Other Mb o T Nili HQ,fAnt • PSA Reservations `'4 Gasintn Riverside Ccwity fire G!5 Last Updated 4/5/2018 31 Page 6 of 6 'Incidents are shown based on the primary response area for the incident location.This does not represent total response times for all units only the first unit in. 2018 City of Temecula Fire Department Emergency Response and Training Totals PUBLIC SAFETY CLASS TOTALS 2018 Class Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total CPR/AED 7 27 16 50 FIRST AID 9 8 15 32 HCP 14 1 5 20 TCC Training 118 0 0 118 CERT 0 0 0 0 TEEN CERT 0 0 0 0 Total 148 36 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 220 INCIDENT/RESPONSE TOTALS FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA 2018 Incident Response Totals Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Total COMMERCIAL FIRE 0 2 7 _ 9 FALSE ALARM 68 80 63 211 HAZ MAT 4 4 7 15 MEDICAL AID 529 520 581 1630 MUTI FAMILY DWELLING 0 2 1 3 OTHER FIRE 5 9 3 17 OTHER MISC. 4 3 4 11 PSA 42 28 34 101 RINGING ALARM 1 2 1 4 RESIDENTIAL FIRE 2 1 2 5 RESCUE 1 60 2 63 STANDBY 14 3 3 20 TRAFFIC COLLISSION 69 0 72 141 VEHICLE FIRE 1 0 1 2 WILDLAND FIRE 1 4 1 6 Total 741 715 782 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2238 FIRE DEPARTMENT CLASS TOTAL COMPARISON 2017 vs. 2018 900 842 800 700 600 s 500 400 v. 300 207 200 112 128 100 a 82 84 71 'Z 6 36 11 j2. 0 • IPS-p 4�OP s , 4" ,J� �J PJ�JS ��`��� °�°0`c °a���� �`�`r�E Y°QPS 54. A p `P. ■2017 YTD 02018YT0 S° MONTH 2017 YTD 2018 YTD JANUARY 36 30 FEBRUARY 16 36 MARCH 11 36 APRIL 112 MAY 207 JUNE 68 JULY 82 AUGUST 128 SEPTEMBER 84 OCTOBER 71 NOVEMBER 27 DECEMBER 0 TOTAL TO DATE 842 102 FIRE DEPARTMENT TOTAL CALL COMPARISON 2017 vs. 2018 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 30002017 YTD 2000 ` ' O 2018 YTD 1000 , ��j� MILF10 ... OP MI WO WI WO WO Mil MO ... .w _. $�JP�A ���.1' `SPe Pee\ 4,,z,. ,J�� N Jc., ��4' C4' J�4e�� f,' P MONTH 2017 YTD 2018 YTD JANUARY 741 741 FEBRUARY 675 715 MARCH 771 782 APRIL 706 MAY 731 JUNE 686 JULY 710 AUGUST 704 SL;PI EMBER 648 OCTOBER 735 NOVEMBER 669 DECEMBER 697 TOTAL TO DATE 8473 2238 *r► C-17"••••°•"e"AhrtAp Fire Department Temecula Battalion Fire Stations- Public Education Reporting Month: March Reporting Year: 2018 Reporting 12, 73, 84, 92 & 95 Stations: PR and Public Education Programs: Total Number of Events Event Type Total Number of Hours Number of Public Contacts. for Reporting Month • 2 School Event 2 110 0 Adult Education 0 I 0 • 1 Fair/Safety Expo 4 100 0 Display 0 0 4 Station Tour 6 85 0 Fire Safety Trailer 0 0 1 Other 1 200 Field Inspections: LE-100's (Weed Abatement) Total Number of Initial Field Total Number of Inspections for Reporting 0 LE-100 Inspections for 0 Month Reporting Month Prevention Referrals: Total Number of Re-inspections for Reporting 0 Total Number of Fire Month Prevention Referrals for 7 Reporting Month Significant Events: Provide a brief synopsis of significant TC's, Fires, Near Drowning's, Road Closures etc... Include photos if available. Station 12 hosted an International School station tour with early intervention and education program. The Temecula fire stations responded to over 780 calls this month with majority of them being medical aids. There was also a handful of suspicious vegetation fires and a few structures fires.