Agreement Between Two Government Entities

43 Intergovernmental Agreement (Colorado DOT) continued 53 CORRIDOR MASTER PLAN (IOWA DOT) Staff Action: S-2004-0453 Corridor Master Plan U.S. 6 Corridor Dallas County, Iowa Agreement No: 2003-16-085 Sein U.S. 6 Corridor Master Plan, hereinafter referred to as `ÂPlan`, is completed by and between the Department of Transportation of Iowa, hereinafter referred to as `DOT`, the City of Clive, hereinafter referred to as `Clive`, the City of Urbandale, Iowa, hereinafter referred to as `Urbanbandale`, and the City of Waukee, Iowa, hereinafter referred to as `Waukee`. The objective of this plan is to define parameters for transportation management, access management, land use, and development features along the U.S. 6 corridor within the defined boundaries. The designated corridor extends from Interstate 35/80 (I-35/80) east to the Western Corporation of Waukee. CONSIDERING that the objective of this plan is not to identify specific projects, but to define guidelines to promote a safe and efficient flow of traffic and to promote and support economic development along the corridor. Cities must be able to use this plan as a tool for managing economic development along U.S. 6. NOW IT IS AGREED AS FOLLOWS: The general standard for the management of the U.S. 6 corridor is as follows: A. PLANNING The future fully oriented access to U.S. 6 should be limited to public road links at a distance of 1/4 miles (see Appendix âAâ in the Annex).

Other direct access to U.S. 6 can only be allowed as direct entry. All other accesses are to be granted from other public roads. The remaining U.S. 6 façade must be controlled by conditional access. Access connections along the United States 6 may require that appropriate acceleration and deceleration pathways, rejuvenations, and other appropriate geometric features be required to ensure that the effects of adjacent development are fully mitigated. Fully oriented access connections can also contain appropriate left-turn memory if needed. Access road concepts are to be implemented during the enselage phase of any industrial development/retail activity. The access roads that will be built will be moved from the U.S. 6 midline.

All fire constructions within the defined corridor shall meet the requirements at a distance of 800 metres (1/2 mile), as indicated in Annex âAa. 54 Corridor Master Plan (Iowa DOT) continued OPERATIONS Existing access connections may require appropriate acceleration and deceleration pathways, rejuvenations, and other appropriate geometric features to ensure that the impact of adjacent evolution on the United States. . . .