Old Nolanville Road Pedestrian Improvements, Phase I | City of Nolanville
Project Description: This project spans from Main Street to Avenue I and Old Nolanville Road from Warriors Path to Bluebonnet Lane. The project was let through the local government and overseen by the Texas Department of Transportation.
Improvements from Main Street to North Avenue I included the construction of a 10-foot wide sidewalk along both sides of Main Street from the eastbound frontage road of I-14 north to Avenue I. The project also included curb and gutter installation throughout downtown, drainage improvements, landscaping, pedestrian lighting, and foundation construction for two HOP bus stop shelters.
Improvements along Old Nolanville Road from Warriors Path to Bluebonnet Lane included the construction of a 10-foot wide shared-use path along Old Nolanville Road from Warriors Path to the bus stop just north of Bluebonnet Lane. The shared-use path provides a route for pedestrians from nearby neighborhoods to Nolanville Elementary School. Along the new shared-use path was the installation of ribbon curbs for the same extents along both sides of Old Nolanville Road to increase the width from 22’-26’ to 32’ from back-of-curb to back-of-curb.
KPA provided the engineering design and coordinated with City Staff and sub-consultants to obtain necessary easements for the construction of the pedestrian improvements. The design and construction drawings were reviewed and approved by the Texas Department of Transportation.
Scope of Services: Preliminary Design, Design Surveys, Geotechnical and Environmental Services, Final Design, Bidding Services, and Construction Administration.
Construction Cost: $1.4 Million