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THE CITY OF A _ 1 8 <br /> "' CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> pLEASANTON. <br /> May 15, 2018 <br /> Engineering <br /> TITLE: INFORMATIONAL ITEM: CITY OF PLEASANTON DRAFT TRAILS MASTER <br /> PLAN REVIEW <br /> SUMMARY <br /> The City and their Consultant, TrailPeople, have completed the draft of the Trails Master <br /> Plan (TMP). <br /> The TMP focuses on the City's off-street trail system while the BPMP focused on the <br /> on-street trails and paths. This report provides an overview of the TMP process and is <br /> informational only. It is intended to keep City Council informed of the work to date and <br /> the proposed schedule to completion. <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> Receive informational presentation regarding the draft TMP, and provide comments. <br /> FINANCIAL STATEMENT <br /> The Trails Master Plan is funded through the Trails Master Plan Capital Improvement <br /> Program (CIP) project No. 16734 and the CIP Reserve Fund. There is no fiscal impact <br /> associated with reviewing the draft TMP. However, the TMP will be used to plan and <br /> prioritize projects for funding during the normal Capital Improvement Program <br /> budgeting. Potential funding sources could include the General Fund, Development <br /> Impact Fees, Measure BB, and other funding sources such as grants. The TMP may <br /> also be used to require trail improvements if there is a direct nexus to a proposed <br /> private development project. <br /> This is a City Council priority work plan item. Completion of the draft TMP will be <br /> incorporated into future capital projects and private development efforts to ensure <br /> appropriate build-out of the City's trail system. It will also serve to supplement the <br /> Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan adopted in June 2017. <br />
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