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Banner Road Design Report

Update (10/3/12): KPFF Consulting Engineers completed the Banner Road Design Report. Click the links below to view.

Banner Road SE, Olalla Valley Road to SE Banfill Road
Final Design Report-9/14/12

Update (3/5/12): Kitsap County staff and Commissioner Charlotte Garrido ask residents of Culver Rd. and Price Rd. to join them for a neighborhood meeting to discuss the Banner Road Alternative Analysis Report. Individual affected property owners on Banner Road met with staff for a project update and to answer any questions.

 You can email Jeff Shea if you have questions.

Update (12/12/11): Kitsap County staff plans to meet with neighborhood groups in January or February to discuss the preliminary findings from the study. You can email Jeff Shea if you have questions.

Below are updated drawings from August 2011 of the top 3 alternatives:

  • Reconstruct and widen existing Banner Road   ALT 1

  • Closing this section of Banner Road along with Price Road and creating an extension of Culver Street   ALT 6C

  • Closing this section of Banner Road along with Price Road and creating a new roadway through undeveloped land   ALT 10

Update (10/1/11): Kitsap County staff will be meeting with neighborhood groups soon to discuss the preliminary findings from the study. You can email Jeff Shea if you have questions.

The southern most quarter mile of Banner Road in South Kitsap, between Olalla Valley Road and Banfill Road, has been identified as requiring safety improvements and structural stabilization.  Banner Road is a two lane rural major collector road located at the top of high bank waterfront without shoulders.

KPFF Consulting Engineers have been selected to prepare an Alternatives Analysis design report identifying all possible alternatives for addressing the traffic safety and structural stabilization issues.

Purpose and Need Statement     

Summary of Roadway Stability Concerns

Design Criteria

Revised Project Schedule - click here
The Banner Road Design Report is now expected to be complete by November 2011, instead of May 2011 as originally planned. There is currently $150,000 budgeted in 2010 and 2011 for costs associated with completion of this report.  Funding for final engineering design and PS&E, right-of-way acquisition, and construction is undetermined. 

Top 3 Alternatives
In October, the county hosted a public meeting presenting a long list of alternatives for input. Based on community feedback and a screening of the alternatives, the list has been narrowed to three alternatives for further study.

The three alternatives for further study include:

  • Reconstruct and widen existing Banner Road   ALT 1
  • Closing this section of Banner Road along with Price Road and creating an extension of Culver Street   ALT 6C
  • Closing this section of Banner Road along with Price Road and creating a new roadway through undeveloped land   ALT 10

Map showing all three alternatives together

What we heard at the Oct 2010 meeting
Comments submitted by email as of 10/8/10 - prior to first community mtg.
Comments submitted by email through 11/22/10 - after first community mtg.

Vicinity Map
The traffic study area is Banner Road starting from Willock Road on the north to Olalla Valley Road on the south segment.   This project is on the Six Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and has been discussed in previous years as the Culver Street Extension.

Banner Road Data
    Daily Traffic Counts
    Accident History:  1 collision between Olalla Valley and Banfill Road
    (since Jan 1 2000)

Long List of Original Alternatives
KPFF Consulting has created conceptual drawings of each alternative along with conceptual level cost estimates.

Conceptual Cost Estimates for All Alternatives

Scope of Work for Design Report
The final report will propose a preferred alternative with justification. The report will  develop a concept level schedule for design through final construction, and provide preliminary cost estimates for the alternatives.

Draft Project Statement

Additional elements of the consultant work:

  • An assessment of potential environmental impacts or benefits
    resulting from the project and environmental permitting requirements.
  • Consideration of retaining walls and/or other structural elements.
  • Determination of probable access and right-of-way impacts and needs.
  • Development and implementation of an outreach plan to gather public input, consider alternatives and build project consensus in the community.     Public Outreach Plan

Staff Contact:  Jeff Shea

 


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Updated:  December 21, 2016
 
 
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