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I NEVER SAY COMMISSION

[CALL TO ORDER]

INTO ORDER HERE.

IT'S TWO, FIVE ON APRIL 21ST.

WE CAN DO A, UM, A QUICK ROLL CALL AND, UM, JUST TO MAKE SURE WE, WE KNOW WHO WE HAVE HERE, SO I'LL START WITH MYSELF.

SANTIAGO RODRIGUEZ.

SO ME JUST PRESENT.

OKAY.

CHARLES JOHN MCNAB CHAIR FRANCOISE.

DID I GET THAT RIGHT? THAT'S CORRECT.

I'M HERE.

OKAY, SARAH.

HI.

OKAY.

UH, OKAY, SO THIS IS EVERYONE.

GO AHEAD AND JUMP INTO THE AGENDA HERE.

UM, CITIZEN COMMUNICATION.

I DIDN'T SEE ANYBODY SIGN UP, BUT, UH, STAFF, YOU COULD CONFIRM THAT'S A CITIZEN COMMUNICATION FOR TODAY.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

UM, AND THEN OF COURSE, ON TO ITEM, UH, WELL,

[1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES]

UH, I DIDN'T WANT APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM PRIOR MEETING.

UM, COUPLE OF YOU WILL HAVE TO ABSTAIN FROM VOTING ON THIS SINCE YOU WORK HERE, BUT, UH, WE CAN RUN THROUGH THOSE PRIOR MINUTES ALL THE WAY BACK IN JANUARY 20TH, THE LEFT SIDE HERE.

WOULD YOU LIKE A MOTION TO ACCEPT THE MINUTES? YES, PLEASE.

I SAID IT IS OKAY.

ALL IN FAVOR.

AYE.

AYE.

NOPE.

OKAY.

FIRE ME.

THAT'S A PASS ON TO ITEM NUMBER TWO,

[2a. Introduction of newly appointed members to the Bond Oversight Commission]

UH, INTRODUCTION OF NEWLY APPOINTED MEMBERS TO THE BOND OVERSIGHT COMMISSION.

UM, SO WE'LL JUST, WE'LL JUST START WITH, UH, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER HERE.

UM, MR. CHARLES CURRY, GOOD AFTERNOON, CHARLES CURRY.

UM, I GUESS MY, PROBABLY THE MOST RELEVANT INFORMATION.

MY PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND IS IN CITY GOVERNMENT OUT OF THE CITY MANAGER.

FINANCE DIRECTOR ACTUALLY WAS THE, UH, CAME TO AUSTIN AS THE CITY'S BUDGET OFFICER FOR ABOUT 12 YEARS.

SO I'VE GOT A LITTLE BIT OF FAMILIARITY WITH THE BOND PROGRAM CIP, ET CETERA, LEFT THE CITY AND, UM, UH, 2001 ABOUT 20 YEARS AGO TO DO CONSULTING WORK AND IN GOVERNMENT, THAT'S MY BACKGROUND.

FANTASTIC.

AND WHICH, UM, WHICH DISTRICT WHERE YOU'RE APPOINTED.

I WAS APPOINTED, UM, DISTRICT 10.

OKAY, GREAT.

ALRIGHT, FRANCOISE.

HELLO EVERYONE.

I'M FROM SAWS, LUCA.

AND, UM, I'M FROM THAT'S LESLIE POOL.

AND MY BACKGROUND INCLUDES A LOT OF, UH, PRIVATE SECTOR WORK AS WELL AS THE STINT WITH THE CITY OF AUSTIN, WHERE I WAS A CONTRACT COMPLIANCE COORDINATOR.

AND I ALSO WORKED FOR THE OFFICE OF MINORITY BUSINESS AFFAIRS FOR THE MAYOR'S OFFICE.

SO I HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF UNDERSTANDING.

I JUST FINISHED, UH, SERVING, UM, TWO TERMS AS REPRESENTATIVE TO THE PARKS BOARD.

SO, UM, I'M JUST GLAD TO CONTINUE MY PUBLIC SERVICE HERE WITH YOU.

ALL RIGHT.

FANTASTIC.

WELL, THANK YOU FOR THOSE INTRODUCTIONS.

I'LL JUST, IF WE COULD GO AROUND THE ROOM HERE, UH, ON THE, ON THE CURRENT CHAIR, SANTIAGO RODRIGUEZ SOME IN MY SECOND TERM HERE ON THE BOND OVERSIGHT COMMISSION, UM, APPOINTED BY DISTRICT THREE, SARAH, PARTICULARLY TO YOU OR I'M SARAH COOK, I'M JUST STARTING MY SECOND TERM.

UM, I'VE BEEN APPOINTED BY COUNCIL MEMBER TOGO FROM D NINE TO MEET AND THE MAYOR'S APPOINTEE TO THE BOND OVERSIGHT COMMISSION.

AND, UH, THIS IS ALSO MY SECOND TERM AND, UM, I LIVE IN ACTUALLY D 10 AND I'M THE VICE CHAIR, JOHNNY A BRIEF INTRODUCTION.

YEAH, JOHN MCNAB AND I'M A COUNCIL MEMBER KITCHENS REPRESENTATIVE WE'RE APPOINTEE.

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AND THIS IS I'M STILL IN MY FIRST TERM AND STILL LEARNING.

RIGHT.

AND THEN, UH, MEGAN AND TINA, COULD YOU JUST DO A QUICK INTRO? SURE.

HI, THIS IS TINA FAN.

WE, UM, I'M A BUDGET MANAGER AND THE BUDGET OFFICE OF FINANCIAL SERVICES.

MEGAN.

HI, I'M MEGAN BELL AND SENIOR BUSINESS PROCESS CONSULTANT FINANCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT.

NICE TO MEET THE NEW MEMBERS AND SEEING HER FAMILIAR OLD OR CURRENT FACES.

OKAY.

AND WE DO HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF HOUSEKEEPING, UH, IN RELATION TO, UH, THE LIAISON ROLE, IF YOU WOULD LIKE US TO DO THAT NOW.

YEAH, I THINK THAT WOULD BE APPROPRIATE.

I DON'T KNOW.

OKAY.

UM, SO WE DO HAVE A NEW LIAISON TO INTRODUCE TO YOU, MEGAN AND I ARE PASSING THE TORCH BACK TO THE POSITION THAT TRADITIONALLY HOLDS LIAISON ROLE FOR THE FINANCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT.

MEGAN AND I HAVE BEEN IN THIS ROLE FOR A LITTLE OVER A YEAR WHEN KATIE'S MEZ NEC OUR PRIOR LIAISON WENT OVER TO THE AUSTIN CONVENTION CENTER.

IT REALLY HAS BEEN EXCITING EXPERIENCE FOR US, UM, ESPECIALLY THIS PAST UNUSUAL YEAR.

AND WE REALLY ENJOYED WORKING WITH ALL OF YOU, UH, MEGAN AND I WILL BE GOING BACK TO OUR REGULAR ASSIGNED DUTIES AND PAGE THAT YOU WERE JUST GETTING TO KNOW.

AND SHE WAS JUST GETTING INTEGRATED IN AS THE LIAISON TOOK A PROPORTIONAL OPPORTUNITY WITH PUBLIC WORKS, BUT WE'RE GOING TO BE LEAVING YOU AND REALLY GREAT HANDS WITH WILMINGTON.

HE IS HERE.

UM, DO YOU MIND JOINING WE'LL? UM, HE, UM, HAS BEEN WITH THE CITY OF AUSTIN FOR THREE YEARS IN THE BUDGET OFFICE.

HE'S BEEN WORKING WITH VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS, UH, THEIR REVENUE OPERATING CAPITAL BUDGETS AND MANY SPECIAL PROJECTS.

AND HE'S HERE TO SAY HI, LET ME SAY A FEW WORDS.

SURE.

THIS IS WE'LL MIX ON IT.

UH, NICE TO SEE YOU ALL AND, UH, JOIN IN AS THE, UH, UH, UH, COMING LIAISON FOR, UH, THIS COMMISSION.

UM, YES, AS TINA SAID, I'VE BEEN A BUDGET ANALYST AND IN THE BUDGET OFFICE FOR THE PAST, UH, THREE YEARS AND I'LL BE MOVING INTO THE, UH, UH, FINANCIAL OFFICER'S OFFICE AS A BUSINESS PROCESS CONSULTANT.

AND SO I'LL BE TAKING ON THE LIAISON DUTIES AND, UH, SO YEAH, I'M JUST LOOKING FORWARD TO, UH, LEARNING ALL ABOUT IT THESE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS, UH, WITH TINA AND MEGAN AND, UH, I'M SURE I'LL BE IN CONTACT AS WE, UH, AS WE, AS I GET GOING THERE.

GREAT.

THANKS FOR THAT.

WELL, AND, UM, TINA AND MEGAN, AND THANKS FOR ALL OF THE, UH, SUPPORT AND HARD WORK OVER THE YEARS, UM, UH, YOU KNOW, WE WOULDN'T BE WHERE WE ARE TODAY WITHOUT, WITHOUT YOU, YOUR STAFF.

SO THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

IT'S DEFINITELY BEEN A CAREER HIGHLIGHT FOR ME AS WELL.

SO I APPRECIATE THE EXPERIENCE.

THANK YOU.

EXCELLENT.

OKAY.

[3a. Staff update from the Austin Transportation Department, Corridor Program Office and Public Works Department about 2012, 2016, 2018 and 2020 Mobility Bond Programs and Projects]

UH, ONTO ITEM NUMBER THREE, UH, STAFF UPDATE ON AUSTIN TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, THE CORRIDOR PROGRAM OFFICE AND PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ABOUT THE 2012, 2016, 2018 2020 MOBILITY BOND PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS.

THIS IS A POINT OF ORDER.

WE TYPICALLY ALLOW STAFF TO RUN TO THE PRESENTATION.

THEN WE'LL GO BACK AND ASK QUESTIONS AT THE END.

OKAY.

THIS IS TINA AGAIN, I'LL BE KICKING OFF THE PRESENTATION ONCE IT POPS UP.

OKAY.

OKAY.

YOU CAN GO AHEAD AND MOVE TO THE SECOND SLIDE.

OKAY.

SO FOR OUR NEWER MEMBERS, UH, ONE TO LET YOU KNOW THAT OUR PRESENTATIONS FOR YOU ARE IN A TEMPLATE AND A FORMAT THAT IS USED ACROSS DEPARTMENTS AND PROPOSITIONS, THE, THE NEED TO SEE CONSISTENT DATA IN PARTICULAR FINANCIAL DATA WAS REQUESTED BY THE COMMISSION.

AND HAS IT BEEN IMPLEMENTED FOR ABOUT A YEAR

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AT THE INFORMATION ON THIS SLIDE IS REFLECTIVE OF THE RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDED IN THE ORDINANCE CREATED IN THE, THAT CREATED THE COMMISSION.

UH, AND THIS INFORMATION IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON THE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS WEBPAGE, WHERE AGENDAS MEETING MINUTES AND SUCH ARE POSTED NEXT SLIDE.

SO OUR AGENDA TODAY, UM, AS MENTIONED IS WE WILL BE, UH, GOING THROUGH MOBILITY, LOOKING AT, UH, CULTURAL FACILITIES, SPONSORED BY THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT.

AND THEN Y'ALL WILL BE MOVING ON TO OFFICER ELECTIONS AND DOING A WORK PLAN REVIEW.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

SO THIS SLIDE IS INTRODUCING TO YOU IN A, TO AN UPDATED FORMAT FOR THE SPENDING DOWN CURVE THAT YOU WILL SEE LATER ON IN THE PRESENTATION.

THIS IS THE TRADITIONAL SPIN DOWN CURVE THAT WE HAVE BEEN PRESENTING OVER THE PAST YEAR, BUT NOW HAS INCLUDED AN ADDITIONAL DATA POINT FOR A TOTAL OF THREE DATA POINTS.

SPENDING PLAN IS THE FORECASTED EXPENSES OR CASH SPENT.

THESE THREE DATA POINTS INCLUDE ACTUAL EXPENSES, SNAPSHOT SPENDING PLAN DATA FROM THE 20 AND THE CIP AND THE BUDGET DOCUMENT.

AND WE, WE'RE ALSO INCLUDING A VISUAL INDICATOR OF WHEN THE PROPOSITION IS PLANNED TO BE SPENT 90% IN THE CIP CYCLE EVERY YEAR.

A FIVE-YEAR CIP PLAN IS COMPLETED BY DEPARTMENTS AND PUBLISHED AS SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL AND THE ANNUAL BUDGET DOCUMENT.

THE FIVE-YEAR CIT PLANNING EFFORT SUPPORTS BEST FINANCIAL PRACTICES PROVIDE FINANCIAL STAFF WITH VALUABLE INFORMATION SPENDING ON THE INFORMATION THAT IS COLLECTED IN THE FIVE-YEAR PLAN IS USED BY FINANCIAL STUFF AND DEPARTMENTS TO DEVELOP PROPOSED ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS.

THESE ARE INCLUDED IN THE ANNUAL BUDGET BUDGET DOCUMENT FOR COUNCIL APPROVAL.

THE DATA IS ALSO USED BY THE TREASURY OFFICE TO INFORM THEM ON FUTURE SPENDING TRENDS FOR REFERENCE THE BUDGET IS APPROVED IN AUGUST.

SO WE TYPICALLY TAKE THE SNAPSHOT IN JULY.

THE SNAPSHOT IS CAPTURED AT A TIME WHEN THE DEPARTMENTS FINALIZED THEIR CIP PLAN, BECAUSE THAT'S THE ONE POINT IN TIME IN THE YEAR THAT ALL THE DEPARTMENTS COMPREHENSIVELY REVIEW AND UPDATE ALL THE PROJECTS AND REPRESENTS THE DEPARTMENT'S BEST ESTIMATE AT PLAN SPENDING.

KEEP IN MIND THAT CIP SPENDING PLAN DATA IS DEFINITELY AN ESTIMATE AND WHAT WE CALL LIVING MOORE'S UNDERSTOOD ABOUT PROJECTS AS THEY PROGRESS.

SO ESTIMATES WILL CHANGE.

THE SNAPSHOT IS STILL THE BEST COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION AVAILABLE.

SO HERE ON THE GRAPH, THE BLUE LINE SHOWS THE YEAR-END BALANCE FOR A PROPOSITION PROPOSITION ACROSS ALL PROGRAMS. THROUGH THE END OF THE PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR, THE SPIN CURVE SPLITS INTO TWO SEGMENTS WITH A SOLID ORANGE LINE SHOWING THE CURRENT FISCAL YEAR PROJECTED YEAR END BALANCE BASED ON THE FY 21 CIP SPEND PLANTS, SNAPSHOT DATA, AND THE DASH LINE SHOWING THE FY 20 CIP PLAN SNAPSHOT DATA.

NEXT SLIDE.

SO NOW WE'RE GOING TO START THE MOBILITY SECTION AND I'M GOING TO GO AHEAD AND DO THE NEXT SLIDE AS WELL.

SO THIS IS ANOTHER PORTION OF OUR TEMPLATE THAT WILL BE CONSISTENT ACROSS DEPARTMENTS AND PROPOSITIONS.

SO I'LL JUST GO THROUGH SOME OF THE TERMS TO GET YOURSELF FAMILIAR WITH IT.

UM, TODAY WE'RE HIGHLIGHTING PROPOSITION 12 OF THE 2012 PROGRAM, THE 2016 MOBILITY BOND AND THE 2018 TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE PROPOSITION.

UM, WE HAVE VOTER APPROVED VALUES AND THE VOTER APPROVED AMOUNT IS THE TOTAL AMOUNT INCLUDED IN THE BOND.

VALID LANGUAGE APPROVED BY VOTERS IS A TOTAL AUTHORIZATION THAT, THAT THE CITY CAN SPEND AND BUY BACK BOND PROCEEDS IN RELATION TO THE CAPITAL PROJECTS IN A BOND PROPOSITION, APPROPRIATION IS THE LEGAL DEVICE, WHICH THE CITY COUNCIL AUTHORIZES THE SPENDING OF CITY FUNDS FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES, CAPITAL APPROPRIATIONS ARE MULTI MULTI-YEAR AND REMAIN IN PLACE UNTIL EXHAUSTED ENCUMBERED OR COMMITMENTS MADE TO A PAYMENT IN THE FUTURE.

THEY CAN BE CONVERTED INTO EXPENSES ONCE A PAYMENT IS MADE FOR DEAN CUMBERED.

IF THE PAYMENT IS NOT NECESSARY SPENT ARE PAYMENTS MADE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES, WHICH RESULT IN ACTUAL CASH BEING SPENT AND COMMITTED IS THE SUM OF SPENT AND ENCUMBERED.

AND THEN WE HAVE THE AVAILABLE BALANCES.

SO HERE WE CAN SEE THAT FOR PROPOSITION 12, WE ARE AT A HUNDRED PERCENT OF HER CREATED OR 2016, WE'RE AT 78% APPROPRIATED AND 50% FOR 2018 COMMITTED FUNDS SPENT.

PLUS ENCUMBERED FUNDS ARE 82,

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29 AND 14% RESPECTIVELY.

THESE THIS INFORMATION IS AS OF QUARTER ONE OF 21, ALSO, JUST TO NOTE THAT THE CITY'S FISCAL YEAR BEGINS IN OCTOBER, AND THIS INFORMATION IS THROUGH DECEMBER OF 2020.

AND NOW I'M GOING TO HAND IT OVER TO PERUSE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR AT AUSTIN.

PUBLIC WORKS FOR THE 2012 BOND PROGRAM UPDATE.

THANK YOU.

HELLO EVERYONE.

THIS IS PERIOD'S MORNING.

PUBLIC WORKS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OVER OPERATION TODAY WE'LL REVIEW MOBILITY INVESTMENTS FROM 2012, 2016 AND 2018 BONDS.

LAST SUMMER, WE GAVE YOU A PRESENTATION, BUT ALL 2012, 2016, 2018 PROGRAMS AND PROGRESS, AS WELL AS REPORTS ON FINANCIAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THIS PRESENTATION, WE'LL PROVIDE THE LATEST UPDATES ON SPENDING FOR THESE PROGRAMS. AND WE'LL ALSO SHARE RECENT AND UPCOMING PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS IN JANUARY.

THEY PROVIDED A DETAILED LOOK AT THE NEW 2020 BONDS.

TODAY'S PRESENTATION WILL ALSO INCLUDE THE SUMMARY OF THIS NEW BOND PROGRAM, AS WELL AS UPCOMING MILESTONES.

I'LL START.

YOU ARE WHERE WE ARE WITH OUR 2012 BOND PROGRAM.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

SO THIS SLIDE, YOU SEE THE BATTER LANGUAGE FOR 2012, THE 2012 BOND WAS $443 MILLION, UH, WHICH ALLOW THE CITY TO ADDRESS MOBILITY ISSUES BY PROVIDING FUNDING FOR DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS OF THE STREETS, SIDEWALKS, BRIDGES, AND BIKEWAYS THIS PREPOSITION ALSO PROVIDED FUNDING FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS, SIGNALS, SYNCHRONIZATION, AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, AS WELL AS PUBLIC WORKS, BUILDINGS RELATED FACILITIES NEEDED FOR CONDUCTING TRANSPORTATION, MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

UH, THIS SLIDE SHOWS THE SPENDING CHAIR OF THE 2012 POINT PROGRAM.

AS YOU SEE, THE BLUE LINE SHOWS THE YEAR END BALANCE FOR 2012 BOND PROJECTS, ACTRESSES, ALL PROGRAMS THROUGH THE END OF THE PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR, THE SPEND CURVES SPLITS INTO TWO SEGMENTS.

THE SOLID ORANGE LINE SHOWS THE FISCAL YEAR'S PROJECTED YEAR AND BALANCE THE DASH SHOWING LAST YEAR'S PROJECTION.

THE NEXT SEVERAL YEARS, WE'LL BE FOCUSED ON LEVERAGING THIS SMALLER AMOUNT OF REMAINING FUNDING WITH OTHER CAPITAL 12.9 MILLION VARIOUS THAT YOU SEE THERE IS A PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, VARIOUS OF FOUR AND A HALF MILLION.

THE MAJORITY OF THAT IS DEDICATED TO THREE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT FACILITIES PROJECTS THAT WILL SUBSTANTIALLY COMPLETE BY THE END OF THIS FISCAL YEAR.

ADDITIONALLY ATD BARRIERS OF EIGHT AND A HALF MILLION FUNDING FOR EAST 51ST DISTRICT IS THE LARGEST PIECE OF THAT.

AT $5 MILLION.

THAT'S ANTICIPATED ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION BE, OR NEXT MONTH.

AND THE NOTICE TO PROCEED IS ANTICIPATED TO BE ISSUED TO THE CONTRACT IN SEPTEMBER OF 2021.

ADDITIONALLY, THERE IS FUNDING FOR CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM, WHICH HAS BEEN PUT ON HOLD TO BETTER DETERMINE THE USE FOR FUNDING.

ONCE TECH STARTS PROPOSED MOBILITY THIRTY-FIVE PROJECT IS BETTER DETERMINED.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

UH, THIS SLIDE SHOWS YOUR MAJOR 2012 BOND PROGRAMS, 2012 MADE POSSIBLE MANY OF THE CITIES, MOST RECOGNIZABLE MOBILITY PROJECTS IN RECENT HISTORY, INCLUDING BOTH WORK AND SECONDARY STREET BRIDGE, 2012 FUNDING ALSO ENHANCED THE CITY'S ABILITY TO WORK QUICKLY TO ACCELERATE WORK ON SIDEWALKS, BIKE WAYS, AND SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS AT SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS EFFICIENTLY USING CITY RESOURCES BY FOLLOWING ROUTINE, STRAIGHT MAINTENANCE, ITS SAFETY AND MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS, AND IT STRATEGICALLY USING BOND FINDING AS A MATCH TO FURTHER

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OUT FORMS. AND THE NEXT SLIDE, THIS, THIS SLIDE SHOWS IF YOU HAVE RECENT HIGHLIGHTS, STARTING WITH UPPER LEFT EAST 50% HISTORY, THIS FIELD CONSTRUCT MOBILITY AND SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS ON EAST 51ST STREET BETWEEN I 35 AND BECKMAN DRIVE WHERE THE STREET PROVIDES FRONTAGE FOR BOTH THE MUELLER AND BNZ PARK NEIGHBORHOODS.

THIS PROJECT RECEIVED INITIAL FUNDING FROM 2012 POUNDS, AND HAS SINCE LEVERAGE THAT INVESTMENT WITH FUNDING FROM CATALYST THAT'S THE MAILER DEVELOPER AS, AS OTHER 2012, THEY ARE LOCATED PROJECTS IN 2016 BOND FINDING FROM QUARTER CENT AS WELL AS FUNDING FROM CAP METRO.

THE PROJECT TEAM IS CURRENTLY FINALIZING A HUNDRED PERCENT DESIGN PLANS AND PREPARING TO BEGIN CONSTRUCTION THIS YEAR, UPPER RIGHT SABINAS STREET PROMINENT.

THIS PROJECT WAS DESIGNED TO TRANSFORM A ONE WAY ROADWAY AND SIDEWALK INTO A FESTIVAL STREET STYLE DESIGN THAT GIVES PRIORITY TO BIKES AND PEDESTRIANS.

THIS PROJECT IS LOCATED ALONG SABINA STREET BETWEEN FOURTH AND 70TH STREET, AND IT WAS COMPLETED LATE 2020, UH, BOTTOM LEFT BARTER SPRING MURAL.

THERE ARE STILL NEIGHBORHOOD ORPHANING PROGRAMS, UH, BARTERING SPRING MURAL THAT WAS FINISHED FALL OF 2020.

THIS WAS COMPLETED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH LOCAL YOUTH ORGANIZATION, COMMUNITY ACTION.

AND THIS PROJECT ADDED MURALS ALARMED, BARTON SPRINGS DROVE THE BOTTOM RIGHT LATM PROGRAM.

THAT'S THE 2012 BOND PROGRAM INTRODUCED NEW WAYS TO WORK AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD LEVEL TO ADDRESS TRAFFIC OR MEAN AND SUPPORT COMMUNITY DRIVEN IDEAS.

UH, AS OF LATE 2020, THE LOCAL AREA TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, WHICH CAME OUT OF THE 2012 PROGRAM IS NOW BEING REALIZED AS THE SPEED MANAGEMENT PROGRAM LEVERAGING THE ADS SUCCESS OF THAT INITIAL 2012 INVESTMENT TO BETTER SUPPORT DATA-DRIVEN AND IDEA TO REDUCE NEIGHBORHOOD SPEEDS.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE, UH, IN THE 2012 BOND PROGRAM AS ACCOMPLISHED A GREAT DEAL AND CONTINUES TO PAY DIVIDENDS FOR AUSTIN'S MOBILITY AND SAFETY AMONG THE UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS FOR THIS WORK, WE ARE LEVERAGING THE 2012, 2016 AND 2018 TO EXPAND THE ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION NETWORK.

BIKEWAYS AARON TRAILS, SIDEWALKS AND INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS.

WE ARE COMPLETING ACTIVE PROJECTS THAT MADE THE MOBILITY SYSTEM EVEN STRONGER AND MORE RESILIENT IN THE FUTURE.

WE ARE ALSO ADVANCING TRAFFIC CALMING SOLUTIONS UNDER THE SPEED MANAGEMENT PROGRAM TO ACHIEVE SAFETY BENEFITS, CITYWIDE.

I'M NOW GOING TO HAND IT OVER TO SUSAN DANIELS AND AMICO BOWS FOR 2016 MOBILITY BOND UPDATES, SUSAN, THANK YOU.

PERUSE APPRECIATE THAT.

AND COMMISSIONERS AND CHAIR.

THANK YOU FOR HAVING US HERE TODAY.

I'M SUSAN DANIELS.

I'M THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE CORRIDOR MOBILITY PROGRAM.

AND IF YOU COULD MIND A FANCY IN A COUPLE OF SLIDES FOR ME, THAT'D BE GREAT.

I'M GOING TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT THE 2016 MOBILITY BOND, AND YOU CAN SEE THE BALLOT LANGUAGE HERE FOR THAT.

UM, IN NOVEMBER OF 2016, THE VOTERS APPROVED $720 MILLION FOR MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS THROUGHOUT THE CITY.

UH, DO YOU WANT TO HIGHLIGHT THE MAGNITUDE OF THIS BOND? $720 MILLION, UM, REPRESENTS KIND OF THE LARGEST AMOUNT OF INVESTMENT THAT THE CITY'S MADE AT TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE? IN FACT, UH, THIS BOND PROGRAM WAS LARGER THAN THE FIVE, THE FOUR PREVIOUS TRANSPORTATION BOND MEASURES COMBINED.

AND SO THERE'S A LOT OF WORK AND INVESTMENT THAT'S REPRESENTED IN THIS BOND PROGRAM.

UH, WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO ACCOMPLISH 250 PROJECTS SO FAR WITH SAY 2016 FUNDS.

UM, AND WE HAVE A LOT MORE TO GO.

UH, THE BULK OF CONSTRUCTION IN 2016 WILL TAKE PLACE OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS.

NEXT SLIDE

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PLEASE.

SO IN ORDER TO, UH, RAMP UP, UH, TO DELIVER THE AMOUNT OF INVESTMENT, UH, REPRESENTATIVE THIS BOND PROGRAM, EACH OF THE DEPARTMENTS, PUBLIC WORKS TRANSPORTATION FOR THE MOBILITY OFFICE REALLY NEEDED TO PUT OUR INTERNAL INFRASTRUCTURE IN PLACE AND OUR PROCESSES IN PLACE IN ORDER TO DELIVER THIS BOND PROGRAM IN EIGHT YEARS AS AN INCREDIBLY ACCELERATED TIMEFRAME FOR SUCH A LARGE PROGRAM.

UM, I'M HAPPY TO SAY THAT EVERYBODY'S MET KIND OF RAMPED UP AND KIND OF HIT THEIR STRIDE ON THESE PROGRAMS THAT WE'RE DELIVERING.

WE ARE NOW HALFWAY THROUGH THE PROGRAM AND DOING REALLY WELL IN OUR SPENDING.

AND YOU CAN SEE HERE HOW CLOSELY WE'RE TRACKING WITHIN OUR SPENDING PLAN.

UM, DO YOU WANT TO HIGHLIGHT HERE THE, THE ORANGE PORTION, YOU'LL SEE HOW SPENDING REALLY INCREASES OVER THE LAST FOUR YEARS? UM, THAT'S DUE IN LARGE PART BECAUSE THERE'S, SOME OF THE MORE SIZABLE PROJECTS WILL BE DONE TOWARDS THE END OF THAT EIGHT YEAR PROGRAM.

AND SO, YOU KNOW, YOU CAN SEE WHERE THE BEGINNING OF THE PROGRAM OR DELIVERING A LOT OF THE SMALLER PROJECTS.

UM, WE'LL BE RAMPING UP TO DELIVER PROJECTS AS BIG AS $40 MILLION.

UM, AT THIS POINT WE'RE REALLY EXACTLY WHERE WE WANT TO BE WITH OUR SPENDING.

AND WE'RE REALLY PROUD OF ALL OF THESE PROGRAMS THAT HAVE, HAVE BEEN ABLE TO RAMP UP AND REALLY DELIVER IT, UH, THE IMPROVEMENTS FOR OUR COMMUNITIES AND BEING ABLE TO GET THOSE OPEN FOR USE.

UH, WE DO PLAN ON COMPLETING THIS IN THAT EIGHT YEARS, WHICH MEANS THAT WE WOULD BE SUBSTANTIALLY COMPLETE WITH A PROGRAM BY THE END OF 2024, WITH JUST A FEW THINGS, UM, OVER INTO 2025.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

CAN I GO FOR THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF, UH, PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS THAT ARE PART OF THE 2016 MOBILITY BOND? THERE'S REALLY THREE MAJOR CATEGORIES, CORRIDOR MOBILITY, REGIONAL MOBILITY, AND LOCAL MOBILITY.

AND I WANT TO HIGHLIGHT THAT THE LOCAL MOBILITY ACTUALLY HAS SIX DIFFERENT PROGRAMS THAT ARE FUNDED, UH, FOR IMPROVEMENTS THAT INCLUDES A SIDEWALK PROGRAM, URBAN TRAIL, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL BIKEWAYS PROGRAM, VISION ZERO AND SUBSTANDARD STREETS.

UH, WE'RE GOING TO SPEND THE NEXT FEW SLIDES, UM, TALKING ABOUT EACH ONE OF THESE BEGINNING WITH THE QUARTER PROGRAM ON THE NEXT SLIDE.

SO THE QUARTER PROGRAM HAS $482 MILLION ASSOCIATED WITH IT.

THE BULK OF THAT GOES TO NINE CORRIDORS THAT ARE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSTRUCTION SPENDING.

UM, WANT TO HIGHLIGHT THAT THOSE NINE CORRIDORS ARE ACTUALLY 50 MILES OF ROADWAY ACROSS OUR CITY.

THESE ARE THE MAJOR ARTERIALS THAT PEOPLE USE TO GET TO WORK, TO GET TO THEIR DESTINATIONS, TO GO ABOUT THEIR DAILY BUSINESS.

UM, AND WE'RE ABLE TO PROVIDE, UM, MULTI-MODAL MOBILITY UP AND DOWN THE ROADWAYS ALL 50 MILES.

BUT IN ADDITION TO THAT, WE'RE MAKING A, YOU KNOW, A HUNDRED BIKEWAY CONNECTIONS, 120 SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS, UM, REALLY UPGRADING OUR TECHNOLOGY AND OUR CROSSINGS ADDRESSING 13 OF OUR TOP CRASH INTERSECTIONS IN THE CITY.

SO THERE THERE'S A LOT THAT'S INVOLVED WITH PHASE AND, AND THERE'S A LOT OF WORK THAT'S HAPPENING ALREADY.

UM, JUST THIS YEAR, WE PLAN ON GOING TO BID OUR CONSTRUCTION LOAN ABOUT 20 DIFFERENT PROJECTS.

UM, THESE ARE EVERYTHING FROM INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS, SIDEWALK, PROJECT STARED USE, UH, PATH PROJECTS.

AND I DO WANT TO HIGHLIGHT THAT YOU CAN SEE HERE IN THE PICTURE ON THE BOTTOM LEFT, THIS IS A RIBBON CUTTING FOR A RECENT PROJECT, WHICH ACTUALLY INCLUDED FOR INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS ALONG, UM, NORTH MAR BOULEVARD AND INCLUDING ONE PEDESTRIAN HYPE OF BEACON WITHIN THE QUARTER MOBILITY PROGRAM, WE HAVE SOMETHING LIKE 20 TO 30 PEDESTRIAN HYBRID BEACONS, REALLY, UM, MAKING MUCH SAFER CROSSINGS IN OUR FRONT GREEN.

UH, WE ALSO WILL BE DOING SOME OF OUR LARGER PROJECTS, GETTING THOSE TO OUR CONSTRUCTION THIS YEAR.

UM, IN THE LOWER RIGHT-HAND CORNER, YOU SEE A RENDERING OF SOUTH MAR BOULEVARD FROM RIVERSIDE TO BARTON SPRINGS.

UH, WE HOPE TO BE ABLE TO GO TO CONSTRUCTION THIS YEAR.

UM, AND I WANT TO ALSO HIGHLIGHT THAT THIS PROJECT, THIS WILL BE THE FIRST LARGER SEGMENT OF ROADWAY WHERE WE'RE TRULY ACCOMPLISHING THE FULL VISION HAS BEEN PUT FORWARD IN THE CORRIDOR MOBILITY PLANS.

WE HAVE MOBILITY PLANS IN PLACE FOR EACH

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OF THOSE NINE CORRIDORS.

AND THIS ONE SOUTH LAMAR IN FACT, WAS FUNDED THROUGH THE 2012 BOND PROGRAM.

SO IT'S NICE TO SEE HOW ONE BOB PROGRAM BUILDS UPON THE NEXT, IN ORDER TO GET IMPROVEMENTS IN PLACE FOR THE COMMUNITY TO ENJOY.

AND I'M GOING TO HAND IT OVER TO AMICA BOWS FOR THE NEXT FEW SLIDES TO TALK ABOUT THE REGIONAL ABILITY AND LOCAL MOBILITY PROGRAMS. THANK YOU, SUSAN.

GOOD AFTERNOON, COMMISSIONERS AND CHAIR.

UM, I'M AMICA BOASTS.

I'M A SUPERVISING ENGINEER IN AUSTIN TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, AND I WILL TALK THROUGH THE REGIONAL MOBILITY PROGRAM OF THE 2016 BOND.

THE REGIONAL MOBILITY PROGRAM ALLOCATED 101 MILLION DEDICATED TO SIX NAMED REGIONAL MOBILITY PROJECTS.

FOUR OF THESE PROJECTS ARE PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS WITH STOCK.

THERE ARE TWO CITY LED REGIONAL MOBILITY PROJECTS, UM, THAT WE WANT TO HIGHLIGHT HERE THAT ARE MAKING SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS ON THE LOWER LEFT IS ANDERSON MILL ROAD IN JULY, 2020.

WE BROKE GROUND ON ANDERSON MILL ROAD.

THIS IS AN $8 MILLION PROJECT THAT'S BUILDING LONG-TERM SAFETY AND MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS ON ANDERSON MILL ROAD BETWEEN ONE 83 AND SPICEWOOD PARKWAY.

THE CONSTRUCTION WAS ANTICIPATED TO LAST 18 MONTHS.

HOWEVER, WE ARE HAPPY TO REPORT THAT THE CONSTRUCTION WORK IS PROGRESSING QUICKLY.

AND AT THIS POINT WE ARE ALREADY 50% COMPLETE ON THE LOWER RIGHT IS THE OTHER, UM, CITY LED LOCAL, UH, REGIONAL MOBILITY PROJECT THAT SPICEWOOD SPRINGS ROAD.

THIS IS A $17 MILLION INVESTMENT THAT WILL BUILD SAFETY AND MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS ON SPICEWOOD SPRINGS ROAD BETWEEN MESA DRIVE AND LOOP ONCE THREE 60, INCLUDING A NEW TRAVEL LANE IN EACH DIRECTION, WE REACHED THE 90% DESIGN MILESTONE THIS MARCH, AND WE ANTICIPATE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS PROJECT TO BEGIN IN 2022, THE FOUR PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS WITH TXDOT ARE ALSO PROGRESSING.

THESE ARE THE LOOP THREE 60 PROJECT, THE RM SIX 20 2222 PROJECTS ONE AND TWO, THE PARMER LANE PROJECT AT FM SEVEN 34 AND THE OLD BEE CAVES ROAD BRIDGE PROJECT.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE BECAUSE MOBILITY PROGRAM TOTALS 137 MILLION THAT SPANS ACROSS SIX CAPITAL DELIVERY PROGRAMS. WE'LL TAKE IT ONE BY ONE.

SO THE TOP LEFT IS THE INTERSECTION SAFETY VISION ZERO PROGRAM THAT WILL COMPLETE 15 INTERSECTION SAFETY PROJECTS AT HIGH CRASH INTERSECTIONS THROUGHOUT THE CITY.

BY THE END OF 2022, AS OF NOW, EIGHT PROJECTS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.

WE ARE COMPLETING A NINTH PROJECT BY THIS WEEKEND, AND WE HAVE TWO MORE PROJECTS THAT ARE INACTIVE CONSTRUCTION.

THREE OTHER PROJECTS ARE IN FINAL DESIGN AND PERMITTING PHASE AND WILL BE CONSTRUCTED LATER THIS YEAR.

THE PICTURE THAT'S SHOWN HERE IS FROM A RECENTLY COMPLETED PROJECT AT NORTH LAMAR AND PEYTON CHIN THAT WAS COMPLETED IN DECEMBER.

WE'LL BE ON TO SIDEWALKS, WHICH IS THE, UM, TOP CENTER PICTURE.

THEY HAVE COMPLETED 51 NEW PROJECTS IN 2020.

THE PICTURE THAT'S SHOWN HERE IS A NEW SIDEWALK BRIDGE THAT WAS CONSTRUCTED ALONG WEST 45TH STREET BETWEEN SHOAL CREEK BOULEVARD AND TROLL WOOD AVENUE.

THIS SIDEWALK WAS COMPLETED IN APRIL, 2020, AND AS PART OF THE LARGER SHOAL CREEK BOULEVARD PROJECT THAT BUILDS NEW BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES ALONG 5.5 MILES OF SHOAL CREEK BOULEVARD.

THE TOP RIGHT IS BIKE WAYS.

THEY ARE CONTINUING TO ADD BICYCLE INFRASTRUCTURE ALL OVER AUSTIN WITH MANY PROJECTS COMPLETED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SIDEWALKS, URBAN TRAILS AND SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAMS. WORK HAS RAMPED UP WITH 43 COMPLETED BIKEWAY PROJECTS.

12 ARE IN CONSTRUCTION, SEVEN HAVE COMPLETED PUBLIC PROCESSES AND ARE READY FOR INSTALLATION.

AND AN ADDITIONAL 57 ARE IN ACTIVE DEVELOPMENT.

THE PICTURE SHOWN HERE IS FROM ONE OF THE PROTECTED INTERSECTIONS THAT WERE COMPLETED IN TRAINING 80 20, RIGHT IS URBAN

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TRAILS.

THEY HAVE 11 ACTIVE PROJECTS AND IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE BIKEWAYS PROGRAM, URBAN TRAILS COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION AND BOGGY CREEK TRAIL.

IN FEBRUARY OF THIS YEAR.

THIS IS AUSTIN'S FIRST DUAL TRACK TRAIL THAT ALLOWS FOR SEPARATION OF PEOPLE, WALKING FROM PEOPLE BIKING AND USING OTHER REAL DEVICES.

THE PROJECT CONSTRUCTED A 11 FEET WIDE CONCRETE TRAIL ADJACENT TO AN EXISTING SIX FEET WIDE SIDEWALK, THE CENTRAL BOTTOM IN SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL.

THEY'RE BUILDING PROJECTS IN EVERY COUNCIL DISTRICT TO HELP CHILDREN SAFELY AND EASILY TRAVEL TO AND FROM SCHOOL SAFE ROUTES HAVE COMPLETED 60 PROJECTS IN 2020.

THE PHOTO IS FROM THE IMPROVEMENTS NEAR THE PARADISE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THAT WAS COMPLETED IN DECEMBER, 2020.

THE SCOPE OF THIS WORK INCLUDED NEW SIDEWALK AND PEDESTRIAN CROSSING ISLANDS, SUBSTANDARD STREETS, THE LOWER RIGHT.

THEY RECEIVED FUNDING FOR NINE NEW PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORTS.

ALL NINE PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORTS ARE COMPLETE AT THIS TIME.

AND THIS IS REALLY A GREAT EXAMPLE OF HOW BOND INVESTMENTS CAN BUILD ON EACH OTHER.

FOR EXAMPLE, IN THE 2020 BOND, SEVERAL OF THE PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORTS COMPLETED AS PART OF THIS EFFORT FROM 2016 BOND ARE NOW TEED UP WITH FUNDING FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION.

THAT INCLUDES THE ROSS ROAD PROJECT AND THE JOHNNY MORRIS PROJECT.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE, ON THIS SLIDE, I'LL PRESENT SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2016 BOND PROGRAM CORRIDOR PROGRAM ANTICIPATES ADDING ADDITIONAL PROJECTS THAT ARE GOING TO BED IN 2021 ON AIRPORT BURNETT SLAUGHTER AND WILLIAM CANNON FOR DOORS SIGNAL AND SHARED USE PATH CONSTRUCTION ARE SCHEDULED TO BEGIN ON WILLIAM CANNON DRIVE AND SLAUGHTER LANE IN SPRING SUMMER OF THIS YEAR FOR THE REGIONAL PROGRAM.

ONE OF OUR PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS WITH TXDOT, WHICH IS THE RM SIX 20 2222 PROJECT IS ANTICIPATED TO BE COMPLETE.

LATER THIS YEAR, THE CITY HAS CONTRIBUTED SEVEN AND A HALF MILLION TOWARDS THIS WORK IN NORTH AUSTIN, WHICH INCLUDES A HALF MILE LONG BYPASS ROAD LINKING 22, 22 AND SIX 20 THROUGH AN ALTERNATIVE ROUTE THAT AVOIDS THE TRAFFIC SIGNAL AT FOUR POINTS, OUR URBAN TRAILS AND BIKEWAYS TEAM RECENTLY HOSTED THE VIRTUAL AND ONSITE TOUR TO CELEBRATE THE COMPLETION OF THE BOGGY CREEK TRAIL BETWEEN EAST 12TH AND ROSEWOOD AVENUE.

THIS AGAIN IS AUSTIN'S FIRST DUAL TRACK URBAN TRAIL, AND, UM, MORE INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE LISTED NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

SO WITH THAT, WE'LL MOVE FORWARD, UM, TO THE 2018 BOND PROPOSITION G TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

HERE.

YOU CAN SEE THE PALETTE LANGUAGE FROM 2018.

THE 18 BOND PROGRAM AUTHORIZED 160 MILLION FOR TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE TOWARDS PLANNING, CONSTRUCTING RECONSTRUCTING, AND IMPROVING ROADS, STREETS, INTERSECTIONS, SIDEWALKS, BRIDGES, URBAN TRAILS, AND RELATED UTILITY AND TRAINING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR ROADS AND STREETS, IMPROVING TRAFFIC SIGNAL, SYNCHRONIZATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS ACQUIRING AND INSTALLING TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND ACQUIRING LAND AND INTERESTS IN LAND AND PROPERTY NECESSARY TO DO SO.

AND THE LEVY OF ATTACKS SUFFICIENT TO PAY FOR THE BONDS AND NOTES.

THIS ALSO IS AN EIGHT YEAR BOND CYCLE.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

YES, HERE, YOU WILL SEE THE SPEND CURVE FOR THE 2018 BOND.

THE SCALE OF THIS PROGRAM IS SMALLER WHEN COMPARED TO THE 2016 BOND.

HOWEVER, WE ARE GENERALLY ON TARGET, BOTH PUBLIC WORKS AND AUSTIN TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENTS ARE ALSO WORKING ON MOVING FULL-STEAM WITH SPENDING DOLLARS AND IMPLEMENTING PROJECTS USING OUR 2012 AND 2016 BOND INVESTMENTS.

SO THE VARIANCE OF THE $12.4 MILLION THAT'S SHOWN HERE CAN BE EXPLAINED TO

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COMMON CHALLENGES BECAUSE OF THE OVERLAPPING BOND CYCLES.

THESE ARE THE COMMON CHALLENGES BECAUSE THE 2018 BOND IS STILL EARLY IN ITS DEVELOPMENT.

AND THERE ARE THESE ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS NEEDS, UH, LIMITATIONS AND INSPECTION AND CONTRACTING CAPACITIES.

HOWEVER, THIS YEAR OUR GOAL IS TO SHIFT GEARS TO 2018 AND BEYOND.

WE ARE CURRENTLY LEVERAGING FUNDING SOURCES THROUGH 2012 AND 2016 BOND PROGRAMS BEFORE MOVING FORWARD WITH 20 $18.

WHEN POSSIBLE ONE EXAMPLE IS THE RED BUD TRAIL PROJECT, WHERE WE SPENT LAST OF ITS MAJOR 2012 BOND DOLLARS AS OF FEBRUARY THIS YEAR, AND ARE NOW MOVING INTO UTILIZING THE 2018 BOND FUNDS.

THE PROGRAMS THAT HAVE VARIANCES ARE GENERALLY EXPECTED TO BE ON PLANS BY NEXT YEAR.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

THESE ARE THE PROGRAMMATIC COMPONENTS OF THE 2018 BOND THAT AUTHORIZED 160 MILLION FOR TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE STREET RECONSTRUCTION WAS ALLOCATED 66.5 MILLION BRIDGES AND STRUCTURES, 50 MILLION SIDEWALK REHABILITATION, 20 MILLION VISION, ZERO SAFETY, 15 MILLION SIGNALS AND TECHNOLOGY FOUR AND A HALF MILLION URBAN TRAILS, 3 MILLION AND NEIGHBORHOOD PARTNERING PROGRAM.

1 MILLION.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

HERE WE ARE SHARING A FEW HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2018 COMPLETED PROJECTS ON THE TOP.

LEFT IS A PICTURE FROM SOUTHWEST PARKWAY.

THE CONSTRUCTION WAS COMPLETED IN FEBRUARY OF THIS YEAR.

THIS IS A 2018 BOND FUNDED STREET REHABILITATION PROJECT FROM MISSION OAKS BOULEVARD TO WEST TO WILLIAM CANNON.

THIS PROJECT WAS ABLE TO COMBINE EFFORTS WITH A ROUTINE MAINTENANCE PROJECT FROM WESTERN WILLIAM CANNON TO AMARA TRAIL AND TOGETHER THE MAINTENANCE PROJECT AND THE REHABILITATION PROJECT DELIVERED 33 LANE MILES OF IMPROVED ROADWAYS AND PROVIDED SIX PLUS MILES OF IMPROVED ROADWAY ALONG SOUTHWEST PARKWAY.

THE TOP RIGHT IS A PICTURE FROM RIVERDALE ROAD AND OLD SPRINGS DRIVE.

THE LIMITS ARE BETWEEN NORTH PLEASANT VALLEY ROAD AND SPRINGDALE ROAD WHERE NEW PROCESSING ISLANDS WERE ADDED AS PART OF THE MULTI-MODAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT AND THE AREA THAT IMPROVED PEDESTRIAN BICYCLE AND TRANSIT FACILITIES, CROSSING IMPROVEMENTS ARE ALSO UNDERWAY ALONG WEBER WHEEL ROAD BETWEEN SPRINGDALE AND TANNEHILL LANE.

THE LOWER LEFT IS A PICTURE OF AN INTERSECTION SAFETY PROJECT THAT IS CURRENTLY IN CONSTRUCTION AT NORTH LAMAR BOULEVARD AND MORRIS TREAT AMOUNT OF THE CHANGES TO THIS PROJECT.

THIS PROJECT IS ALSO REMOVING THE CONCRETE PORK CHOP MEDIAN AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER THAT HAS KEPT RESIDENTS FROM DRIVING WESTBOUND ACROSS MARA STREET FOR SEVERAL DECADES, THAT MEDIA AND WILL BE REMOVED.

AND IT WILL PROVIDE THAT WESTBOUND MOBILITY, UM, ALONG MORROW STREET ALSO TO BE POINTED OUT THE INTERSECTION SAFETY TEAM, REVAMPED THEIR PROJECT PRIORITIZATION, METHODOLOGY AND SELECTION PROCESS FOR THE 2018 BOND.

WE NOW USE A TWO TIER SCREENING PROCESS TO SELECT PROJECTS BASED ON A TIER ONE SCREENING THAT USES COMPREHENSIVE CRASH COST DATA USING A FIVE-YEAR HISTORICAL CRASH DATA.

AND ON A TIER TWO LEVEL, WE CALCULATE A SAFETY ANALYSIS INDEX USING ENGINEERING CRITERIA, SUCH AS CRASH RATES, FREQUENCIES PATTERNS, AND VULNERABLE USERS.

THE LOWER RIGHT IS A PICTURE FROM REDBUD TRAIL BRIDGE THAT HAS FUNDING FROM 2012 AND 2018 BONDS.

THIS BRIDGE BUILT IN 1948 IS NEARING THE END OF ITS OPERATIONAL LIFE AND WAS NOT DESIGNED WITH TODAY'S TRAFFIC.

IN MIND.

THE PROJECT INCLUDES REPLACEMENT OF THE EXISTING BRIDGE OVER LADY BIRD LAKE.

THIS PROJECT WILL BE IN DESIGNED THROUGH 2021 AND THE NEW BRIDGE IS ANTICIPATED TO BE IN CONSTRUCTION BETWEEN 2023 AND 2024.

THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN YEARS IN THE MAKING, BUT WE'LL BUILD

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A BRIDGE.

THAT'S ABLE TO HANDLE CURRENT TRAFFIC REQUIREMENTS WHILE ALSO PROVIDING ENHANCED BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN ACCESS WITH THAT.

I'M GOING TO TURN IT BACK OVER TO PERUSE TO TALK ABOUT UPCOMING 2018 BOND HIGHLIGHTS.

THANK YOU.

I'M INCUR, UH, I'LL GO OVER THE 2018 BOND UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS STARTING WITH SIDEWALK REHAB IN 2021.

AUSTIN PUBLIC WORKS ANTICIPATES COMPLETION OF SIDEWALK REHABILITATION AT SOUTH FIRST DISTRICT.

AND ANNIE.

THIS PROJECT IS TO CREATE FUNCTIONAL ROUTES AND PEDESTRIAN CONNECTIVITY ALONG AND BETWEEN MAJOR TRANSIT ROUTES, EXTENDING AND COMPLIMENTING ACCESS TO PLANT IMPROVEMENTS BY THE CORRIDOR MOBILITY PROGRAM, AS WELL AS PROJECT CHRONIC, A SECOND ITEM, VEHICLE DETECTION AND CCTV, UH, ATD IS USING THE 2018 BOND FUNDS FOR THE LABOR TO INSTALL RADAR DETECTION AND GROUNDING AT 65 SIGNALIZED INTERSECTION, AS WELL AS THE EQUIPMENT LABOR AND GROUNDING AT 28 SIGNALIZED INTERSECTIONS, WE EXPECT TO START RECEIVING SHIPMENTS OF THE RADAR DETECTION SYSTEM NEXT MONTH, OR, UH, CCTV ONE SYSTEM TRAFFIC MONITORING THE VIDEO WALL CONTROL SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE BETWEEN YEARS OF SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE AND THREE YEARS OF VIDEO SHARING CAPABILITIES.

THIS INSTALL WILL BEGIN THIS YEAR AND THEN NEXT ITEM FOR INTERSECTION SAFETY BOARD.

THAT'S IN DESIGN AT CONGRESS AVENUE AND RAMBLING.

THIS PROJECT IS ANTICIPATED TO BEGIN CONSTRUCTION IN 2022.

AND THE LAST ITEM IS STRAIGHT REHAB AND RECONSTRUCTION.

THIS YEAR PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT PLANS TO MOVE THREE STREETS.

WE HAVE PROJECTS INTO CONSTRUCTION.

THESE ARE EVOLVED 0.9 LANE MILES OF ROADWAY IMPROVEMENT TO EAST 80TH STREET FROM SANJAY CENTER BOULEVARD TO THE SOUTH BOUND I 35 SERVICE ROAD, THE SECOND ONE, 2.8 LANE MILES OF ROADWAY IMPROVEMENT TO PLEASANT VALLEY ROAD FROM BELOW STREET TO PRADO STREET.

AND THE THIRD ITEM IS A 13.9 LANE MILES OF ROADWAY IMPROVEMENT TO SPRING THAT ROAD.

THIS IS FROM AIRPORT BOULEVARD TO MAIN ROAD.

I NOW HAND IT OVER TO ERIC BAILEY PUBLIC WORKS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OVER CAPITAL DELIVERY TO TALK ABOUT THE 2028.

THANKS, PERUSE.

UM, CAN WE ADVANCE A COUPLE OF SLIDES IN THE PRESENTATION PLEASE? UH, I THINK ONE MORE.

PERFECT.

UM, HELLO, UH, COMMISSIONERS I'M.

MY NAME IS ERIC BAILEY.

I'M THE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS OVER CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY.

AND TODAY I'M GOING TO GIVE A QUICK UPDATE ON THE 2020 BOND PROGRAM, UH, AS WE MOVE FORWARD.

UH, NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

UM, CAN WE GET THE NEXT SLIDE PLEASE? THANK YOU.

UM, ON THIS HERE, YOU CAN SEE THE BALLOT LANGUAGE FROM PROPOSITION B ON THE NOVEMBER, 2020 BALLOT.

UH, THE BOND PROGRAM AUTHORIZED $460 MILLION FOR TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE TO BE SPENT WITHIN A SIX YEAR TIMELINE.

UH, THIS PROGRAM UNDERSTANDABLY IS STILL VERY EARLY IN ITS IMPLEMENTATION, BUT WE'RE GOING TO GO OVER, UM, SOME GENERAL SLIDES PROVIDE A HIGH-LEVEL OVERVIEW AND, UH, DIVE INTO THE NEXT STEPS THAT WE'RE UNDERTAKING IN THIS PROGRAM.

THE LINKS YOU SEE HERE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SLIDE, WE'LL GO INTO FURTHER DETAIL OF THE BALLOT LANGUAGE AND THE CONTRACT WITH THE VOTERS.

UM, NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

SO HERE'S A HIGH-LEVEL OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAMS FUNDED BY THE 2020 BOND DOLLARS, UM, INCLUDING 102 MILLION FOR MAJOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, 80 MILLION FOR SIDEWALKS, 80 MILLION FOR URBAN TRAILS, 65 MILLION FOR SAFETY AND VISION ZERO, UH, 53 MILLION FOR SUBSTANDARD STREETS, 40 MILLION FOR BIKEWAYS 20 MILLION FOR SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS, 19 MILLION FOR LOCAL TRANSIT ENHANCEMENT AND 1 MILLION FOR, UH, THE NEIGHBORHOOD PARTNERING PROGRAM.

UM, NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE SLIDE TAKES A LOOK BACK AT MAJOR MILESTONES SO FAR IN THE 2020 BOND DEVELOPMENT AS LAW, AS WELL AS A LOOK AHEAD.

UM, AND WHAT'S TO COME SO FAR THIS

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YEAR, WE PROVIDED UPDATES TO THE BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE AND MOBILITY COMMITTEE IN JANUARY.

UH, COUNCIL TOOK ACTION IN MARCH TO APPROVE THE BUDGET AMENDMENTS FOR ADDITIONAL STAFF AND ALLOCATE FUNDING FOR THE 2020 BOND.

UH, WE PLAN TO RETURN TO MOBILITY COMMUNITY COMMITTEE IN THE COMING MONTHS WITH ADDITIONAL UPDATES.

AND RIGHT NOW WE'RE WORKING TO BUILD CAPACITY IN OUR EXISTING PROGRAMS AND ARE MOVING INTO THE EQUITY ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE PROJECT PRIORITIZATION.

SO FOLLOWING THE MARCH, 2021 MID-YEAR BUDGET AMENDMENT PUBLIC WORKS AND ATD ARE MOVING FORWARD WITH HIRING 35 POSITIONS TO ADDRESS IDENTIFIED NEEDS TO EXECUTE THE PROGRAMS THAT HAVE BEEN FUNDED THROUGH THE 2020 BOND, UM, AS ADDRESSED IN THE BOND RESOLUTION 2020 BOND WILL PRIORITIZE INVESTMENT IN TRADITIONALLY UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES AND REEVALUATE EXISTING PROGRAM PRIORITIZATION CRITERIA WHEN NEEDED TO PRIORITIZE EQUITY.

UM, AS YOU CAN SEE, WE ARE MOVING FORWARD THROUGH THE SPRING AS THE CAPACITY BUILDING AND PRIORITIZATION IN SUMMER AND FALL BEGIN CONTRACT PROCUREMENT FOR, UM, DESIGN AND SOME EARLY OUT CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WITH THE ANTICIPATION TO BEGIN PROJECT DELIVERY IN 2022.

UH, NEXT SLIDE.

SORRY.

UM, SO IF YOU GO BACK ONE, I'M SORRY.

I MOVED TO REALLY, UH, SO THE NEXT PHASE, UM, WE'LL BEGIN THAT DESIGN PROCUREMENT PROCESS.

UM, AND THEN ONE THING TO CONSIDER IS THAT OFTENTIMES, UH, THE FULL SCOPE, THE FULL SCHEDULE OF A CIP PROJECT CAN TAKE, YOU KNOW, FIVE TO SIX YEARS FROM PROJECT INCEPTION TO COMPLETION.

SO WE'RE CURRENTLY LOOKING AT WAYS TO EXPEDITE THIS PROCESS.

AND AN EXAMPLE WOULD BE THE URBAN TRAILS PROGRAM IS ALREADY LOOKING AHEAD AT NEXT STEPS TO ALLOCATE THE 2020 BOND FUNDING FOR POTENTIAL PROJECTS WITH, UH, BROOKSTONE SPUR NORTHERN WALNUT CREEK TRAIL AND THE RED LINE TRAIL SYSTEMS. UM, NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

UH, THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME TODAY.

I WANTED TO SAY AGAIN, THANK YOU.

ON BEHALF OF ALL THE PRESENTERS, WE REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR INTEREST IN THE BOND PROGRAMS. AND WITH THAT ALL OPENED UP TO ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE.

ALL RIGHT.

THANK YOU TO ALL THE SPEAKERS.

LOOKS LIKE A QUESTION FROM COMMISSIONER.

DASGUPTA TAKE YOURSELF OFF OF MUTE THERE SUMMIT.

CAN YOU HEAR ME? YES, SIR.

OKAY.

SO I I'VE BEEN INVOLVED WITH ALL OF THESE BAR PACKAGES EXCEPT THE 2012 BARN.

AND IN EVERY ONE OF THEM, THERE'S MONEY FOR TWO THINGS THAT I USE AS METRICS, UH, TO SEE HOW WELL WE ARE DOING FROM THE STANDPOINT OF SAFETY, UH, VISION, ZERO COMPLIANCE, ET CETERA.

AND THAT IS ONE IS, UH, ADA COMPLIANCE.

AND THE OTHER ONE IS SAFETY, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS.

AND THESE ARE THE, THESE ARE THE VULNERABLE GROUPS, OUR POPULATION, RIGHT? PEOPLE IN WHEELCHAIRS, PEOPLE, YOUNG KIDS, KIDS GO TO SCHOOL, ET CETERA.

SO WHEN YOU ADD UP ALL THE MONIES IN THE 2012, 16, 18, AND 20 BONDS AT THE END OF THE CREDIT 20 BOND, WHERE DO YOU THINK WE WILL BE? WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE SIDEWALKS WE'LL BE THE COMPLIANT? WHAT PERCENTAGE OF THE SIDEWALKS WILL BE, YOU KNOW, WE'LL GUARANTEE SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL? HI, PEDRO IS MOWING ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS OVER OPERATIONS AS GREAT QUESTIONS.

WE ARE PASSIONATELY INVOLVED WITH THAT IMPLEMENTING LDA REQUIREMENTS TO OUR SIDEWALK REHAB AS WELL AS SIDEWALK, NEW CYBER CONSTRUCTION, AS WELL AS SAFE ROUTE TO SCHOOL.

SO FROM 22, 2016, AS WELL AS 2020, WE RECEIVED FUNDING FOR SIDEWALK, NEW SIDEWALK, SIDEWALK WE HAVE AND SAY FOR TWO SCHOOLS IN ALL THREE, WE ARE BUILDING AND REPAIRING SIDEWALKS TOWARD, UH, CLEARING SIDEWALKS FROM VEGETATION, DEBRIS, TORQUE, CLEARING THAT FOR ADA ACCESSIBILITY.

YOU MENTIONED WHAT PERCENTAGE WOULD BE BY THE END OF THIS YEAR.

UH, I GUESS YOU ASKED WHERE, OR BY THE END OF THE BOND PROGRAM.

SO IT'S, OR RIGHT NOW WE ARE AROUND 30% ADA ACCESS IS LOOKING AT GETTING TONIGHT 5%, ADA ACCESSIBILITY.

WE ARE BUILDING A VTA 20, 20 BOND, ANOTHER $50 MILLION WORTH OF SIDEWALKS, AND WE ARE REHABBING AND OTHER 30 MILLION.

AND ALL OF THAT GOES INTO THIS ITEM REGULARLY.

WE HAVE IN THERE, YOU MIGHT

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HAVE SEEN IN OUR PREVIOUS SIDEWALK PLAN AND ADA, WHERE WE PROVIDED AN ESTIMATE OF $50 MILLION FOR 10 YEARS TOWARD BRINGING ALL OF THE EXISTING SIDEWALKS INTO ADA ACCESSIBILITY.

WE ARE HALFWAY THERE.

WE ARE USING THE ANNUAL SERVICE BUDGET, AS WELL AS THE MONEY WE GOT FROM 2016 AND 2020.

AND THEN AS YOU MENTIONED, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM HAS BEEN BUILDING A LOT OF SIDEWALKS FROM THE FUNDING THEY RECEIVED FROM 2016 AND FROM THE 2020 BOND, THEY RECEIVED ANOTHER $20 MILLION MAJOR.

PART OF THAT IS GOING TO BUILDING THE SIDEWALKS AND THE ADA ACCESSIBILITY.

I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO MENTION THAT FOR THE PAST FEW YEARS, EVERY TIME WE ARE DOING AN OVERLAY, EITHER IN-HOUSE OR CONTRACT THE REPLY TO BE ADDRESS ADA REQUIREMENTS, BE THAT PROJECT.

SO EVERY TIME WE ASSIGN A FUNDING OR OVERLAID A PART OF IT GOES TOWARD DRINKING, UH, THE ADA, ADA RAMPS AS LITTLE AS SIDEWALKS NEARBY, UH, TWO 88 REQUIRED.

SO IF I WERE TO SUMMARIZE WHAT I HEARD THAT BY THE TIME THE 2020 BOND PACKAGE FINISHES FROM AN ADA POINT OF VIEW, WE WILL BE SUBSTANTIALLY NEAR COMPLETION OF ALL THE SIDEWALKS THAT NEED TO BE FIXED.

IS THAT NO, I'M SORRY.

NO, HE WOULD NOT BE, HE WOULD STILL REQUIRE A LOT MORE FUNDING.

THAT'S WHAT I THOUGHT.

SO WE'D BE AT WHAT, 50%, 60% TOTAL SIDE, ROGER DRAWS THE CITY.

WE WOULD PROBABLY BE CLOSE TO 45%.

50%.

OKAY.

LET'S SEE.

SO THE BOOK, BY THE WAY, YOU KNOW, HE GOT NEW SIDEWALKS COMING UP IN NEW DEVELOPMENTS, NEW NEIGHBORHOODS, ET CETERA, THEY ARE BUILT TO BE ADA COMPLIANT, RIGHT? SO FROM THAT STANDPOINT, IT ACTUALLY HELPS THESE NEW NEIGHBORS ARE ACTUALLY IMPROVING THEIR PERCENTAGES.

SO YOU NEED TO FOCUS ON THE OLD NEIGHBORHOODS, WHICH WERE NEVER REALLY COMPLIANT.

SO WHEN YOU INCLUDE ALL OF THAT, YOU'RE SAYING BY THE TIME THE 2020 BARN FINISHES, YOU'LL BE AROUND 45, 57.

RIGHT? OKAY.

WELL, WE'RE MAKING PROGRESS.

OKAY.

YEAH.

I HAVE ANOTHER QUESTION I MISSED WHO HAD THEIR HAND UP FIRST, BUT, UH, UH, MR. CURRY.

YEAH.

I JUST WANTED TO REFRESH MY MEMORY IN TERMS OF SOME OF THE TERMINOLOGY, UM, BONDS ARE SOLD AT THE SAME TIME AS THE APPROPRIATION SPANISH, IS THAT CORRECT? NO, THEY ARE NOT.

UM, WE, UH, DO A REIMBURSEMENT RESOLUTION WITH OUR APPROPRIATIONS AND THE ISSUANCES WILL FOLLOW, UH, LATER IN TIME, UH, MORE ALIGNED WITH THE EXPENDITURES.

OKAY.

THANKS.

AND I HAD A SIMILAR QUESTION OR SLIDE, I THINK IT WAS, UH, 18 AND THE SPICEWOOD SPRINGS ROAD PROJECT.

UM, THAT WAS, I THINK OUT OF 2016 BONDS.

WHEN WAS THAT APPROPRIATED? UM, I CAN TAKE THIS.

THIS IS AMICA BOWS FROM ATD.

SO THIS IS AN A $17 MILLION INVESTMENT.

I THINK WE RECEIVED A PORTION OF THE INITIAL APPROPRIATION IN DECEMBER OF 2016.

THAT WAS THE VERY EARLY APPROPRIATION THAT ALL PROGRAMS RECEIVED A FRACTION OF THEIR ALLOCATIONS.

SO THAT WOULD BE THE FIRST TIME PROJECT RECEIVED ANY FUNDING.

SO IT'S BEING, IT'S BEING, UM, SORT OF SIMILARLY TO THE ANSWER AND THE REIMBURSEMENT RESOLUTIONS BEING APPROPRIATED AS NEEDED.

I WANT TO PUT UP A TWEET THAT YOU SET OUT THIS WAY.

UH, THIS IS TINA.

YEAH, THE, THE 2016 IS NOT YET FULLY APPROPRIATED AND, UM, THE NEXT APPROPRIATION WILL BE IN THE FY 22 BUDGET.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

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GOT AHEAD.

GOT A HAND UP THERE.

UH, SANTIAGO, MAY I, UM, I HAD JUST A COUPLE OF QUESTIONS.

UM, FIRST OF ALL, I DON'T KNOW THAT I GOT THIS PRESENTATION.

IS THAT GOING TO BE EMAILED TO US? YES.

HI, THIS IS MEGAN.

UM, IF YOU CHECK YOUR VOC LIAISON EMAIL ACCOUNT, IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN EMAILED TO YOU THIS MORNING.

UM, AND ALSO WAS IT AS BACKUP ON THE BOND OVER A CONDITION WEBSITE AFTER THE MEETINGS.

SO YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO FIND IT THERE THIS AFTERNOON OR TOMORROW MORNING.

FANTASTIC.

THANK YOU.

UM, ANOTHER QUESTION THAT I HAD WAS, UM, IS THERE ANY DOCUMENTATION, ANY CHARTS OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT THAT SHOWS, UM, UH, OF ALL THE BONDS OR BY BOND? UM, HOW MUCH HAS BEEN LEVERAGED AND WITH WHO WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO LEVERAGE? I KNOW YOU'VE MENTIONED SEVERAL TIMES IN THIS PRESENTATION THAT THERE WERE FUNDS OR PARTNERS WITH TXDOT, FEDERAL FUNDS AND OTHER PARTNERS.

WHERE WOULD THAT INFORMATION BE? THIS IS TINA.

UM, I DON'T KNOW, I HAVE THAT INFORMATION OFF HAND.

UM, BUT THAT'S SOMETHING THAT WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO WORK WITH THE DEPARTMENTS ON PROVIDING.

THANK YOU.

I HAD ANOTHER QUESTION, UM, ON, AND I CAN'T REMEMBER EXACTLY WHO, UM, SPOKE ABOUT IT, BUT I WAS UNCLEAR ABOUT THE REFERENCE TO OVERLAPPING BONDS AND THAT THAT WAS CAUSING SOME OF THE OVERAGE.

UM, CAN SOMEONE ELABORATE ON THAT POINT? UM, THIS IS AMICA.

UM, THANK YOU FOR THE QUESTION.

IF I'M UNDERSTANDING CORRECTLY, PERHAPS YOU WERE REFERRING TO SLIDE NUMBER 23, WHERE WE TALKED ABOUT THE SPENT CAR FOR 2018 BOND.

AND THE FACT THAT THIS PROGRAM IS SMALLER IN SCALE, AND THAT GENERALLY WE WERE ON TARGET.

THE POINT THAT WE WERE TRYING TO CONVEY IS THE 2018 BOND IS STILL EARLY IN ITS DEVELOPMENT PHASE.

AND WE ARE TRYING TO LEVERAGE FUNDING SOURCES FROM 2012 AND 2016 FIRST BEFORE TAPPING INTO THE 2018 BOND FUNDS WHEN POSSIBLE.

AND ALSO, UM, THE FACT THAT BOTH THE DEPARTMENTS PUBLIC WORKS AND ATD ARE WORKING FEVEROUSLY TO DELIVER PROJECTS FROM 2012 AND 2016.

THAT, THAT IS ONE OF THE COMMON CHALLENGES FOR TRYING TO RAMP UP AND SCALE SIGNIFICANTLY FOR THE 2018 BOND.

HOWEVER, THIS YEAR, AND GOING FORWARD, WE INTEND TO PIVOT AND SHIFT GEARS AND RAMP UP ON OUR 2018 IMPLEMENTATION.

SO THAT ACTUALLY BRINGS UP ANOTHER QUESTION.

SO FROM, FOR EXAMPLE, THE OLDEST BOND THAT YOU TALKED ABOUT, WHICH I THINK WAS THE 2012, UH, 12 BOND, UM, UH, REMAINING FUNDS FROM THAT BOND, WHAT YOU'RE SAYING ARE GOING TO BE APPLIED TO FUTURE BOND PROJECTS.

AND BASICALLY YOU JUST START USING THE OLDEST MONEY TOWARD THESE PROJECTS.

IS THAT WHAT I'M UNDERSTANDING WHEN APPROPRIATE? YES.

I MEAN, THERE ARE, THERE HAS BEEN NAMED PROJECTS IN 2012 BOND, UH, FOR EXAMPLE, A FEW OF THE CORRIDORS, UM, AND THERE IS FUNDING THERE.

THAT'S NOW BEING LEVERAGED BY THE QUARTER PROGRAM OFFICE, UH, FOR 2016 BOND IMPLEMENTATION.

SO ONLY IN THOSE CASES WHERE IT'S APPLICABLE WITH PROJECTS, THAT WE ARE TRYING TO UTILIZE THE 2012 BOND FUNDS FIRST, AND THEN LOOK FOR LEVERAGING OPPORTUNITIES WITH FUTURE BONDS.

SO HOW CAN WE SEE HOW MUCH BOND FUNDING REMAINS AVAILABLE FROM THE TWENTIES? WELL, UM, BECAUSE WHAT I'M HEARING IS THAT THERE HAS TO BE A, UM, A MATCHING OPEN PROJECT IN A FUTURE BOND PACKAGE FOR THOSE FUNDS TO BE APPLIED TO.

I DON'T KNOW IF TINA, YOU WANT TO, IF YOU WANT IT TO TAKE THAT QUESTION.

UM, YEAH.

SO THE INFORMATION THAT WE PRESENT TO YOU, UM, ON, UH, SOME OF THE OVERVIEW SLIDES ARE THE BALANCES ACROSS

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THE PROPOSITION.

UM, PART OF THE NATURE OF THE FIVE-YEAR CIP PLAN IS THAT DEPARTMENTS GO THROUGH THE EXERCISE OF IDENTIFYING THE SPECIFIC PROJECTS THOSE BALANCES WILL BE SPENT ON AND WHAT TIMEFRAME THOSE WILL BE SPENT ON.

UM, SO, UM, LATER ON IN THE APPENDIX AREA, WE DO HAVE, UM, SOME RESOURCES, UM, DATA THAT'S AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC, UM, THAT WE, UM, ALWAYS ACTUALLY INCLUDE IN OUR TEMPLATE SO THAT MEMBERS CAN, UM, GO AND GET SOME OF THE MORE FINER DETAILS OF THE PROJECT, UH, FINANCES, UH, BUT BASICALLY IN GENERAL, UM, THOSE BALANCES ARE PLANNED OUT BY THE DEPARTMENTS EVERY YEAR.

THANK YOU.

AND THEN THE, THE OTHER QUESTION THAT CAME UP, UM, WAS FROM A COMP UH, COMMENT IN THE PRESENTATION THAT I THINK IT WAS MR. BAILEY WAS SAYING THAT Y'ALL ARE LOOKING FOR WAYS TO EXPEDITE THE PROCESS, UM, TO BASICALLY, UM, FULFILL THE BOND REQUIREMENTS FASTER.

AND I WAS WONDERING WHAT KIND OF INITIATIVES ARE BEING LOOKED AT TO ACHIEVE THAT EXPEDITED PROCESS? UM, THIS IS ERIC BAILEY, UM, JUST TO RESPOND TO THAT QUICKLY.

UM, THERE'S SEVERAL DIFFERENT, UM, THINGS THAT WE'RE LOOKING AT, INCLUDING, UM, YOU KNOW, AN ENHANCED, UH, ANALYSIS OF THE PROJECT SCHEDULE AND THE FULL-ON, YOU KNOW, DESIGN BID BUILD, UM, LOOKING AT ALTERNATE DELIVERY, LOOKING AT USING, UM, YOU KNOW, FIELD ENGINEERING AND ID IQ TYPE CONTRACTS WHEN AVAILABLE TO DELIVER SOME OF THESE PROJECTS.

UM, AS WELL AS WORKING ON PARTNERSHIPS WITH OUR PERMITTING, UH, DEPARTMENTS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, UM, YOU KNOW, BOTH GENERAL PERMIT AND SITE DEVELOPMENT, UM, AS WELL AS, YOU KNOW, THE WATER UTILITY AND OTHER, UM, AGENT AGENCIES THAT ARE SPONSORED BY THE CITY.

SO IT'S A FULL ON, UM, YOU KNOW, OUTREACH ON A BUNCH OF DIFFERENT LEVELS.

AND TO BE PERFECTLY HONEST, IT REALLY STARTED WITH THE 2016 BOND AND GETTING THOSE RELATIONSHIPS IN PLACE TO ENHANCE OUR ABILITY TO PERMIT THESE PROJECTS OR LOOK AT OTHER WAYS TO DELIVER THEM, UH, QUICKER THAN WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO IN THE PAST.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

I THINK THAT WAS ALL I HAD.

UM, BUT IF I DO HAVE ANYTHING ELSE, DO I JUST SEND IT TO OUR LIAISON? IS THAT HOW THIS BOARD? YES.

YEP.

THAT'S RIGHT.

THANK YOU.

I, YOU KNOW, I WANTED TO ADD ONTO THAT.

YEAH.

I THINK ONE OF THE KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE 2012 AND THE 26TH, 2018 TO WHEN IT COMES TO TIMING, RIGHT, IS THERE WAS NO, UH, BETTER CONTRACT TIMELINE INCLUDED AT 2012, WHICH WHY WE SEE A LOT OF, UM, YOU KNOW, SOME OF THE, THE, THE BOND AVAILABILITY THERE.

RIGHT.

UM, AND SO I, I THINK WAYS TO SPEED UP, UM, YOU KNOW, WAYS TO AUTHORIZE AND SPEND THE UPCOMING BOND MONEY IS, IS REALLY INCUMBENT DUE TO THE TIMELINES PLACED AS WELL.

UM, THIS IS A QUESTION OUT TO STAFF, YOU KNOW, ARE THOSE EIGHT YEAR COMMITMENT TIMELINES REALISTIC AT THIS POINT IN THE GAME PREACH FOR THE 2016 AND THEN THE 2018, WHICH I KNOW IT'S STILL FAIRLY EARLY, BUT YOU KNOW, WE'RE TWO YEARS DOWN THE ROAD.

NOW I'M HAPPY TO ANSWER THAT THIS AS SUSAN DANIELS WAS THE CORE PROGRAM OFFICE WAS THE 2016 BOND.

THE EIGHT YEAR TIME TIMEFRAME IS VERY AGGRESSIVE.

UM, I THINK IN GENERAL, IT'S GOOD TO TALK, PUT TIMEFRAMES ON LOAN PROGRAMS AND HAVE, UM, YOU KNOW, TARGETS AND GOALS SET FOR THEM.

UM, THE 2016 BOND, YOU KNOW, IT WAS REALLY KIND OF THE FIRST EFFORT, UH, BY, BY CITY AND MANAGEMENT, UM, AND COUNCIL AND THE COMMUNITY TO, TO VERY DELIBERATELY SAY, WE NEED TO INCREASE HOW WE'RE DELIVERING AND, AND OUR METHODS OF DELIVERING THESE BOND PROGRAMS. SO JUST AS AN EXAMPLE, WITH THE 2016 BOND PROGRAM DURING BOND DEVELOPMENT, UH, WE TALKED WITH CITY COUNCIL AND THE COMMUNITY THAT A BOND PROGRAM OF THE SIZE OF SOME HUNDRED $20 MILLION WOULD TYPICALLY TAKE 12 TO 15 YEARS TO, TO IMPLEMENT.

UM, UH, WE WERE GIVEN THE CHALLENGE TO DO IT KNOW PRACTICALLY HALF THE TIME.

UM, AND IT'S ALLOWED US TO BE ABLE TO REALLY GO IN AND EXAMINE ALL OF OUR CAPITAL DELIVERY MECHANISMS, OUR PROCESSES, AND HOW WE DO THINGS.

SO, UM, IT'S BEEN A

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GOOD CHALLENGE AND WE'VE BEEN ABLE TO RISE TO THAT CHALLENGE.

AND I THINK YOU'VE SEEN, UM, THROUGH, THROUGH OTHER EFFORTS, NO MORE BOUNDS BEING PASSED THAT WE'VE, WE'VE REALLY CHANGED THE GAME WE'VE CHANGED THE WAY THAT WE'VE DONE THINGS IN THE CITY IN ORDER TO RESPOND TO THAT CHALLENGE.

UH, MR. DUSK YOU'RE YEAH.

MY QUESTION IS RELATED NOW TO THE IMPACT OF COLLEGE.

UH, I PRESUME THAT SOME OF THOSE SCHEDULES HAVE SLIPPED IN, HOW HAS THAT IMPACTED THE OVERALL COST ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT? WILL WE BE UNDER, WILL BE BE OVER AND IT'S OVER, UH, UH, WHERE DO WE GET THE EXCESS FUNDS THAT WE NEED? THIS IS I CAN ANSWER, I GUESS, PART OF THAT QUESTION, WE'VE HAD PROJECTS, MAINLY OUR SIDEWALK PROJECTS.

YOU HAVE A LOT OF CONTRACTORS THAT ARE WORKING ON THOSE AS WELL.

LET'S SAY FOR TWO SCHOOL AND REHAB, THE COVID DID IMPACT BOATING AS WELL AS OUR CONTRACTORS, AS IN NUMBER OF CREW MEMBERS, STEAM WAS LIMITED TO CREATE THAT SOCIAL DISTANCING.

SO THAT WAS AN IMPACT AS WELL AS A NUMBER OF TIMES WHERE AN EMPLOYEE OR CONTRACTORS STAFF WAS SICK.

SO THE WHOLE TEAM WAS PUT ON CURRENTLY.

SO THOSE DEFINITELY VERY IMPACTS REDUCE THE PRODUCTIVITY OF THE PROJECTS OR THE CONTRACTOR, BUT, UH, ALL IN ALL THEY BEEN WORKING WITH US, THE CONTRACTORS HAVE BEEN REALLY ON TOP OF IT.

THEY'VE BEEN RESPONDING VERY WELL.

SO WE DID FALL BEHIND THE BEAT, BUT WE ARE TRYING TO CATCH UP BOTH IN OURS.

WE HAVE, UH, ALL OF THE CREW MEMBERS BACK WORKING.

FULL-TIME THE CONTRACTORS, ALL WORKING FULL-TIME, UH, SAFETY, UH, PROTOCOLS THAT WE PUT IN PLACE HELPED REDUCE THAT, UH, SEEING THOSE, UH, INFECTIONS OR REDUCTION IN, UH, TEAMS, UH, ACTIVELY WORKING ON OUR PROJECTS, BUT NEVER THE LESS YOU'RE RIGHT.

WE WERE IMPACTED.

BUT RIGHT NOW I HAVE TO SAY FOR ALL PRACTICAL PURPOSES, EVERYBODY'S WORKING FULL-TIME SO, BUT STILL WITH A REDUCED NUMBER OF TEAM MEMBERS IN EACH TEAM OR BELTS, SORRY, I'M GOING TO SUGGEST BASED ON TIME AND, UM, THE STAFF THAT WE HAVE ON HAND TO GIVE ADDITIONAL PRESENTATIONS ON THE AGENDA.

GO AHEAD AND TRY TO MOVE FORWARD IF THAT'S ALL RIGHT WITH THE COMMISSION, JUST, UM, YEAH.

YEP.

AND IF YOU DO HAVE ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS, PLEASE DO SUBMIT VIA EMAIL AND WE'LL GET THEM TO THE APPROPRIATE STAFF FOR RESPONSE.

OKAY.

THANKS FOR THIS FEEDBACK, EVERYONE.

OKAY.

SO,

[3b. Staff update from the Economic Development Department about 2006, 2012 and 2018 Cultural Facilities Bond Programs and Projects]

UM, IF WE COULD BRING UP THE PRESENTATION AGAIN, UH, STARTING AT ITEM THREE B AND, UH, THE STAFF READY TO GO DOWN WITH IT.

GREAT.

YEAH.

THANK YOU.

JUST AS THEY CALL IT.

THIS IS THREE STAFF UPDATE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ABOUT TOWARDS 2006, 2012, 2018 CULTURAL FACILITIES, BOND PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS.

GOOD AFTERNOON.

SO THERE'LL BE A WHOLE REV ACTING DIRECTOR, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT BACK UP THE SLIDE PRESENTATION.

EXCELLENT.

LEAVE SLIDE 30

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AGAIN.

GOOD AFTERNOON.

SO WE'LL NOW BE HOLT, RAB ACTING DIRECTOR OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT HERE TO GIVE YOU A HIGH LEVEL OVERVIEW OF THE 2006, 12 AND 2018 BONDS PROJECT THAT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR.

NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE.

PARDON THE INTERRUPTION? THERE CAN BARELY HEAR YOU, UM, ANYTHING THAT CAN BE DONE TO ACCOMMODATE THAT.

OKAY.

IF YOU GO BACK ONE MORE, SLIDE OUT, USE MY OUTSIDE SPORTS, MODERN VOICE AGAIN.

SO NOVIA HOLT REV HERE TO GIVE AN OVERVIEW OF THE 2006, 2012, 2018 BOND PROJECTS THAT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR.

AND TODAY I HAVE JOINING ME MARTIN BERRERA AND DAVID COLLAGEN, WHO MAY ALSO PROVIDE INPUT.

NEXT SLIDE.

THIS IS JUST A OVERVIEW OF THE CULTURAL ARTS FACILITY BOND INVESTMENT FROM 2006, 12 AND 2018 EYE LEVEL OVERVIEW.

NEXT SLIDE AT THIS TIME, THE PROJECTS THAT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HAVE BEEN 100% APPROPRIATED.

AND THIS IS JUST A VISUAL OF THAT SLIDE TO REVIEW THE 2006 BOND PROP, UH, AROUND CULTURAL FACILITIES.

NEXT SLIDE.

THIS IS JUST THE 2006 BOND LANGUAGE AROUND CULTURAL FACILITIES.

THE ISSUANCE WAS AROUND $31 MILLION TO INCORPORATE ZACH SCOTT AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE, HERITAGE, SPECIFICALLY ASIAN RESOURCE CENTER, AUSTIN FILM SOCIETY, MUSHY ARCHON MUSEUM, SLIGHTLY AS A PART OF THE 2000 BOND.

THE MAIN PROJECT THAT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR IS THE MUSHY ARTY MUSEUM RENOVATION.

THERE WAS $5 MILLION APPROPRIATED AS WELL AS FUNDS FROM THE 2018 BOND.

UH, CURRENTLY WE ARE, UM, UH, NEARING COMPLETION OF A SERVICE AGREEMENT AND WE ARE ON SCHEDULE TO ACTUALLY COMPLETE THE PROJECT IN 2025, EARLY 20, 26.

NEXT SLIDE.

SO AGAIN, THE HIGHLIGHTS AS MENTIONED, WE ARE ANTICIPATE BEING ON TRACK TO COMPLETE THE PROJECT IN 2025 OR EARLY 2026 MARTIN.

WOULD YOU LIKE TO ADD ANY OTHER DETAILS? NO, THANK YOU.

YOU'VE COVERED ALL THE DETAILS.

APPRECIATE IT.

NEXT SLIDE PLEASE.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ALSO HAVE A PORTION OF THE 2012 OR 18 AROUND CULTURAL ARTS FACILITIES.

NEXT SLIDE.

AGAIN, THIS IS THE BOND LANGUAGE AROUND LIBRARIES, MUSEUM, AND CULTURAL FACILITIES.

IT WAS APPROXIMATELY $13 MILLION IN THIS BOND PACKAGE.

AND AGAIN, THIS IS THE LANGUAGE.

NEXT SLIDE.

THE MAIN PROJECT THAT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR WAS THE AUSTIN FILM SOCIETY CREATED MEDIA CENTER, AND THE PROJECT WAS COMPLETED IN FY 20, AND HERE'S JUST A RENDERING OF THE PROJECT.

AND IT IS AGAIN MANAGED BY THE AUSTIN FILM SOCIETY.

WE DID AN ADAPTED FOR USE OF THE TEXAS NATIONAL GUARD, UH, TO INCREASE THE AVAILABILITY OF FILM AND TV PRODUCTIONS AND SMALL