FY2012 Sidewalks

Completed Sidewalk Segments FY 2012
Location Funding Type/Segment Type Linear Feet Cost
East Side of North Carroll Ave from Del Mar Drive north to Dove Road roundabout CIP Direct/Indirect 1,500 $26,185
East side of North Carroll Avenue from Taylor Street to Dove Road to connect to Carroll Middle School Sidewalk/School Connector 885 $28,001
South Peytonville Avenue from Elks to Chimney Works Sidewalk 1,400 $47,055
North side of East Highland Street from Sunshine Lane to new Carroll Elementary School Sidewalk/School Connector 2,825 $132,307
West side of North White Chapel Boulevard from north of Walnut Grove Elementary to WIngate Lane Trail 2,500 $184,166
North Kimball Avenue from SH114 to Kirkwood (Phase 1) Sidewalk 5,175 $233,750
Chelsea Park Developer's Agreement 881 $17,900 est
Kimball Circle Estates Developer's Agreement 2,557 $43,400 est
West side of North White Chapel Boulevard from Cliffs Park existing sidewalk North to King Ranch Road CIP Direct/Indirect 1,500 $120,000 est
Southlake Boulevard (FM1709) Sidewalk Improvements
CIP Direct/Indirect 13,132 $1,280,762 (Total)

$373,956 (Southlake's 20% match plus change order)
Total 32,355 $1,206,720 est

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Solar Powered Signals and Pedestrian Crosswalks
In addition to constructing new sidewalk and trail segments in FY 2012, the City also invested in the installation of signalized pedestrian crosswalks. These solar powered signalized crosswalks were funded out of the Red Light Camera Fund and allow for the safe crossing of pedestrians at key locations by alerting drivers to the presence of pedestrians.
Status Location Cost
FY 2012 Keystone at North White Chapel Boulevard $11,470.50
FY 2012 Ownby at South Carroll Avenue $11,470.50
FY 2012 Del Mar at North Carroll Avenue $11,470.50
FY 2012 Wingate at North White Chapel Boulevard $11,470.50
Total $45,882
High standards of safety and security for pedestrians is a top priority for the City of Southlake and achieving that goal has been an important strategic focus of the City Council. FY 2012 saw a significant commitment and success to achieving those goals with funds allocated to finishing numerous sidewalk segments and installing solar powered signals and pedestrian crosswalks.
Total FY 2012 Investments in Pedestrian Safety $1,252,602

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