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Project Profile: SE Golden Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

SE Golden Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements - Atlanta, Georgia

An example of SE Golden bicycle and pedestrian upgrades including bike lanes, street lighting, landscape strips, and more.
Source: Credit: City of Hillsboro

Project Name SE Golden Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements
Location Hillsboro, OR
Project Sponsor / Borrower City of Hillsboro
Program Areas Value Capture
Value Capture Techniques Transportation Utility Fees
Mode Pedestrian / Bicycle / Light Rail Transit

The Golden Road Project was adopted into the 2010 Bicycle & Pedestrian Capital Improvement Program (BPCIP). As part of the BPCIP, the project added numerous improvements along the roadway, such as curbs and gutters, drainage, bike lanes, landscape strips, street trees, street lighting, sidewalks, storm sewer and water quality improvements, and modifications and/or replacement of existing City waterlines

The project was partly funded by a Gain Share Fund contribution and the remainder through the City's Transportation Utility Fee (TUF). Established in 2008 by the city council, this value capture technique includes a monthly fee paid by residents, businesses, government agencies, schools, and nonprofits in their utility bill to fund street maintenance and improvements like this project. Residential customers pay a flat fee while other customers have varying fees based on business type and square footage. Hillsboro expects their TUF will allow the city to clear its $7.5 million backlog of street maintenance projects by 2024.

Cost $1.5 million; A portion of these funds comes from the residential Transportation Utility Fee (TUF) while the other portion comes from the Gain Share Fund.
Funding Sources
  • Hillsboro’s Transportation Utility Fee (TUF)
  • Gain Share Fund
Project Delivery / Contract Method Design-Bid-Build
Private Partner N/A
Project Advisors / Consultants
  • Design: HDR Engineering, INC
  • Contractor: C&M Excavation
Lenders N/A
Duration / Status 2020-2029
Financial Status/Financial Performance N/A
  • Used various Value Capture strategy to fund the project, Transportation Utility Fees and Gain Share Fund
  • Established ten-year’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Capital Improvement Program (BPCIP)
Related Links / Articles
Contact Name Tina Bailey
Title Assistant Director
Phone # (503) 681-6216
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