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City of Roseville Roadway Capital Improvement Program and Associated Traffic Mitigation Fees
Staff has completed a comprehensive update of the city's Roadway Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and associated Traffic Mitigation Fees. The main purpose for this update is to include the Sierra Vista Specific Plan land use and associated roadway projects into the program. The Sierra Vista Specific Plan Environmental Impact Report included an updated horizon year of the City's CIP from 2020 to 2025. This update includes that updated horizon year. As a result of adding a significant number of Dwelling Units and a relatively small increase in capital projects, fees in most of the City's fee districts are being reduced, from an average of $4,338 to $3,025. A Technical Memorandum has been prepared documenting this update and is available. Transportation Development Fee Update (3 8 11 pdf)
Responsibilities & Duties of Transportation Planning:
The responsibilities and duties of the Transportation Planning staff include:
Determining specific requirements and technical review for traffic impact studies required for land development projects (Traffic Impact Study Standards)
- Identifying appropriate transportation improvements commensurate with anticipated impacts from land development projects;
- Maintaining and updating the City's Transportation Capital Improvement Program (CIP);
- Calculating all applicable traffic fees for new development projects;
- Providing annual updates to the City's Traffic Mitigation Fee Program, as well as periodic updates as necessary due to new development approvals;
- Serving the administration functions for the Highway 65 Joint Powers Authority Fee Program for the funding and construction of interchanges along the Highway 65 Corridor;
- Representing the City with respect to various local and regional transportation issues;
- Maintain project database within Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) Metropolitan Transportation Plan, Sustainable Communities Strategy (MTP/SCS) and Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) for state and federally funded projects and air quality conformity analysis.
- Provide travel demand forecasting analysis to evaluate roadway/land use alternatives;
- Maintaining and updating the City's travel demand forecasting model and Traffic Analysis Zone (TAZ) information (Traffic Information Tool); and
- Overseeing the City's roadway classification system (arterials, collectors, etc.).
Scott Gandler, P.E.
Senior Civil Engineer in Charge
Development Services - Engineering
311 Vernon Street
(916) 746-1339 Fax
(916) 774-5220 TDD