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Public Comment Summary - December 2009

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DECEMBER 2009 COMMENT SUMMARY Introduction In December 2009, 70 comments were submitted to the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Program. Comment format and origin Comment Format5E-mails13Letters/Comment Forms33Web sitePhone/HotlineCommunity briefings6Other12 1 Comment categories We have seven comment categories: transportation, design/construction, economic, transit, environmental/public safety, structures/locations and fieldwork. Each comment submitted is categorized by the content of the message. Please note that some comments fit into more than one category, while others do not fit into any of the categories. The bullet points below were extracted from the December comments. Transportation: This category includes comments related to traffic, connections/circulation, pedestrians and bicycles. In December, there were four comments in this category. • Will southbound SR 99 traffic be able to access Broad Street via Harrison Street? • How would SR 99 traffic change north of the proposed bored tunnel? • Would access to Aloha Street change under either of the north portal options for the proposed bored tunnel? • Will the proposed overcrossing at S. Atlantic Street, which is part of the S. Holgate Street to S. King Street viaduct replacement, carry two-way traffic? Design/Construction: This category includes comments related to construction, urban design, the seawall and engineering. In December, there were 22 ...
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DECEMBER2009COMMENTSUMMARYIntroduction In December 2009, 70 comments were submitted to the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Program. Comment format and origin
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Emails Letters/Comment Forms 33 Web site Phone/Hotline Community briefings Other
Comment categories We have seven comment categories: transportation, design/construction, economic, transit, environmental/public safety, structures/locations and fieldwork. Each comment submitted is categorized by the content of the message. Please note that some comments fit into more than one category, while others do not fit into any of the categories. The bullet points below were extracted from the December comments. Transportation: This category includes comments related to traffic, connections/circulation, pedestrians and bicycles. In December, there were four comments in this category.
Will southbound SR 99 traffic be able to access Broad Street via Harrison Street? How would SR 99 traffic change north of the proposed bored tunnel? Would access to Aloha Street change under either of the north portal options for the proposed bored tunnel?Will the proposed overcrossing at S. Atlantic Street, which is part of the S. Holgate Street to S. King Street viaduct replacement, carry twoway traffic?Design/Construction: This category includes comments related to construction, urban design, the seawall and engineering. In December, there were 22 comments in this category. Below is a sampling. What is the proposed alignment of the bored tunnel? What would the grades be in the bored tunnel? Will SR 99 remain open during construction of the S. Holgate Street to S. King Street Viaduct Replacement Project? How will Pioneer Square be affected by construction and demolition? I’m concerned about the long term viability of the proposed bored tunnel. Economic: This category includes comments related to cost, funding, property value/acquisition and tolls. In December, there were three comments in this category. How much will this program cost? How was the base cost estimate developed? How will southbound transit lanes be funded? Environmental/Public Safety: This category includes comments related to noise issues, public safety, earthquakes and visual quality. In December, there were two comments in this category. What would happen to the proposed bored tunnel in an earthquake? When is the second Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement going to be released? Structures/Location: This category includes comments related to historic structures and districts, portals, stadiums and neighborhoods. In December, there were four comments in this category. Would there be ventilation structures at the proposed bored tunnel’s portals? Would the ventilation buildings be integrated into other buildings? Where would exhaust exit the bored tunnel? What will happen to the Battery Street Tunnel? Fieldwork: This category includes comments related to geotechnical drilling, utility surveying and building surveys for the proposed bored tunnel. In December, there were seven comments in this category. Below is a sampling. Where can I see a map of all the geotechnical drilling locations? The construction in the south end is causing major back ups.
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Can a new detour be created for the construction work in the south end? Outreach events Outreach events provide another way to gather feedback about the program. The feedback from these events is summarized separately, and summaries are available upon request. Community briefings The program team attended one community briefing in December. Dec. 1: North Seattle Industrial Association Stakeholder working group meetings The program team held two stakeholder working group meetings in December. Dec. 2: North Portal Working Group Meeting Dec. 17: South Portal Working Group Meeting Fairs and festivals The program team attended one fair and festival in December. Dec. 15: Pemco Transportation Fair Lobby Outreach The program team attended two lobby outreach events in December. Dec. 2: 720 Olive Way Dec. 9: Columbia Tower
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