The moved forward at last night's Campbell City Council meeting.
The preliminary design for the $4.2 million dollar project that will allow for better pedestrian and bicycle access between downtown Campbell and was unanimously approved by city council.
The design concept that will be moving forward is Concept No. 4 and includes the city of Campbell's emblem and two vertical towers echoing nearby.
The city was able to attain $530,000 toward the design element of the project through a VTA Bicycle Expenditure Program grant. As part of this grant, the VTA awarded the city $424,000 and the city matched $106,000.
The city submitted another grant application to the Bicycle Transportation Account in the amount of $756,000, of which it will be responsible for $84,000. Petersen said a response on whether the funds will be awarded is anticipated this fall.
In all, the estimated total cost for the project is $4.2 million, including the construction and design cost, Campbell Senior Civil Engineer Lisa Petersen said.
Tentative schedule dependent on funding:
- October 2013—Campbell City Council Approval of final plans
- Spring 2014—Construction begins
- Winter 2015—Construct completed