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okay our next speaker is Jeff Polanski.and he's been a city engineer for 18.years in in Milwaukee he's gonna talk.about the new streetcar is it a system.with just one line small starter system.in Milwaukee he told me that he's been.involved with practically all eighteen.years with the city in trying to bring.this to fruition so he he's a bicycle.advocate big into multimodal.transportation and so he's gonna look at.all of that from you know the streetcar.and all of the work that he's done.playing a role into bringing it and so.let's hear from you all right all right.well we're in the last session of the.day here and you're probably not going.to find another session like this going.from the freeway highway discussion to.streetcars so hopefully it'll keep it.interesting for y'all so again yeah I'm.Jeff plants getting the city engineer.for the City of Milwaukee we've been.developing this project or some version.of an improved transit route or system.for the City of Milwaukee for well over.20 years as was said I've been involved.for a good part of that we've branded.our streetcar the hop and we'll take a.look a little bit more here what it.looks like well let's write to quick so.this is our this is our first vehicle.that we received it's a modern vehicle.it's not the heritage lines that once.we're operating back in the 40s and 50s.and in Milwaukee it was a very modern.vehicle the vehicles themselves were.actually purchase or built manufactured.in Brookville Pennsylvania a little.north of Pittsburgh and so the hop is.about making connecting some of this is.a little bit of a marketing.pitch or marketing presentation but.gives both perspective on why we're.doing this it's connecting to the places.we want to go to each other or to a more.vibrant urban community and Milwaukee.moved forward so today I just because I.don't know that everybody is neccesary.familiar with streetcars kind of want to.go through you know the what what where.when and why aspects of the project and.then get into a little bit of the it's a.little bit different than your kind of.your access management that you might.find on a highway and in from our.perspective we're trying to broaden the.access that people have to the many.different things you have within the.central business district but there are.some very site-specific intersections.specific things that we've had to do and.we'll talk a little bit about that as a.part of the Hopf smart initiative which.is really kind of a public outreach.public campaign to help motorists.bicycle as pedestrians better understand.kind of the new conditions that they'll.encounter along the road so what do we.what are we building as you saw before.it's it's a modern fix transit and.system this is a starter route it is a.small route they will be operating in.the central business district it's.electrically powered it's on rail and.the intent is to expand it over time the.vehicles in 67 feet long eaten eight.feet eight inches wide can accommodate.actually probably can accommodate up to.a closer to about 150 people in maximum.capacity but you know like a streetcar.vehicle like light rail vehicle many of.the people are standing versus sitting.typically they're shorter trips with a.streetcar there's two doors on either.side of the vehicle so we actually have.stops that are Center Center Street.steps also curb side stops.and it provides a level boarding so that.people in wheelchairs or parents with.strollers people with bikes can.kind of roll on the vehicle a lot easier.than having to step up in your typical.bus this kind of a example of a.rendering of what the the stops.themselves would look will look like.they're there you know it's a fairly low.tech I mean it's it's a higher kerb to.Pro help provide for that Lowell that.that level boarding we will have some.information as to when the next arrival.of the vehicle will be coming at the.station's themselves.and again both they'll be some that will.be center to the street and somebody.curbside operations we're looking at 5.a.m. to meet that first Amtrak trip.going out of the intermodal station and.until midnight during the weekdays and.it will change a little bit on the.weekends well so where are we building.the first line.Genet line is the blue line here that's.the main line as I had mentioned let me.see if I can get this is the intermodal.station where Amtrak operates also a.number of regional bus lines operate.there they'll kind of go over to the.start Third Ward which is kind of a.shopping district a lot of residents up.to the the center employment center just.east of the Milwaukee River in the.downtown area and then up to the Lower.East Side which is fairly high density.residential neighborhood first line and.then we we also have started this.lakefront extension which will operate.as a second line that short second line.to the lakefront that is something that.it's not contingent but it's the the.schedule is contingent on the.development that's taking place right at.the at the edge of the lakefront and.location that we're actually going to be.going through the development directly.through the development you know get a.picture that year later on we're also.applying for and hopefully soon we'll be.developing the another extension up to.the where the new bucks arena is being.built providing connection to all the.development opportunities up there where.we actually took down many years ago.there was a freeway spur that came.across the north side of the central.business district that was removed and.provided is providing a lot of.opportunity not only for the Bucks arena.but also other development that's taking.place so we want to make that connection.we're also looking further into the.future to provide connections into the.nearby neighborhoods of the central.business district there's a study going.on currently that will hopefully set us.up for another application into the.typical capital improvements program.that the federal government has.and ultimately having a fairly sizable.system that not only connects to nearby.neighborhoods but also we have the mark.we have Marquette University just west.of the downtown University Wisconsin.Milwaukee to the north of downtown and.then the airport to the south of the.downtown construction is pretty much.complete outside of the what we have to.do to finish up on Frontline we have two.vehicles third vehicles coming hopefully.next week fourth and fifth vehicle will.be coming in August and all of this all.the training all the testing should be.completed so that we can open it open up.here sometime this fall why are we.building this comprehensive.transportation strategy that we've had.for some time it really is you know.trying to get everybody into the.downtown that works in the downtown via.automobile is not a very efficient way.an effective way to operate within a.urban city we do need transit we need.other ways to get around we need to make.good connections we have an awful lot of.on street parking and off street parking.we have a parking management system that.provides direction to that and now we're.offering through the streetcar.connection to that parking kind of.expanding the access to that parking so.that you don't have to necessarily drive.directly to where your destination is.providing connection to the bike share.system that we have existing bus.operations and then as I mentioned the.intermodal station Amtrak other regional.buses economic development is a really.big piece of this as well we're making a.huge investment in the downtown of the.streetcar project and we are starting to.and it has been this is something that.has been shown in other communities that.have invested in fixed rail transit is.that the economic development does does.take place in our own.we are starting to see that I mentioned.before on this on that lakefront line.this is the Couture it's a high it's a.high-end apartment complex 40 story.high-end apartment complex that's.expected to start construction this fall.with the idea that not the idea but with.the plan to have the streetcar actually.come right through the podium not only.providing access for those residents to.that Tower but also direct access to.Summerfest grounds to the lakefront and.the many attractions that you have right.there at at that location number of.developers are starting to recognized.the benefit of the of the properties.along the route Harris Bank and.central or in in the central business.district is building a new tower right.next to one of the streetcar stops the.developers UM's starting to talk about.that not necessarily being the only.reason why they're developing it but.certainly it is something that they're.putting in the mix of their.considerations this in particular was.just announced this is a very.underutilized building eight story.building four has been vacant for for.many many years was just purchased and.it was purchased specifically because it.is on the streetcar line so it was.really good news to see that happen.you.so we'll move on over here to the kind.of the route access and operation.aspects the things and some of the.public outreach and education that we're.having to go through to just get people.to better understand what it is that.we're building and how what what they're.gonna see on the road and so you know.just just as in many other cities around.the country around the world streetcars.it's it's kind of a it's a level of.transit fixed rail transit in all of its.own it does operate in the street with.other vehicles it operates alongside you.know the automobiles the buses the.trucks the bikes you know it can and we.we do have a few segments where we're.operating in an exclusive lane and.that's where that kind of comes into.play is getting the vehicle out of those.exclusive lanes into the shared portions.in a safe manner we do have to do some.some specific things to accommodate that.but in general the typical rules of the.road apply we are going through this.campaign effort to better familiarize.people with the operation of the.streetcar but it's not just the people.who are using the roadway that we have.to familiarize with a streetcar it's.also the people that are doing work.within the public ways so it's your.utility workers it's the people who own.the building's adjacent to the route and.all the thing all the activities that.they have to do in managing their.buildings and operating their buildings.and maintaining their buildings we have.to familiarize them with how they now.will continue to do that with the.systems that we put in place whether it.be the overhead wires the track work the.polls and the signal systems so there's.a certification process that we we will.be going through and there's a lot of.standard operating procedures there's a.lot of emergency operating procedures.that we have to go through as well as a.matter of fact we our Police Department.fire department and.a number of the number of the utilities.went through their first training.exercise for particular scenarios that.could potentially happen in an emergency.type situation so very basic many of the.messages are very basic and just kind of.yeah we learned this driver's ed when we.were 16 but it's you know it really is.kind of a reminder to people you know.what they need to be paying attention to.what they need to be considering you.need to be stopping at the stop fires.that we put in place along the routes.because that defines that dynamic.envelope that the street car needs to.follow it have a clear path to make its.passage down the down the road so here's.just an example of kind of the situation.where we actually and it doesn't show up.real great but there's this little.signal back here that actually provides.a street car specific signal so you get.a vertical bar and a horizontal bar and.the vertical bar basically at that time.allows the street tire to make its.movement attorney movement in advance.with many of the vehicles coming through.that intersection so it's these kinds of.scenarios obviously as I mentioned you.know one of the things that I'm sure.many of you notice as well I mean.orderest don't necessarily always follow.every rule of the road or every payment.marketing that you have on the ground to.a tee so it is important for us to help.people recognize the importance of this.moving forward along the streetcar well.this is a this is one that is going to.be a little bit of a challenge I think.for us but we are going through a pretty.good level of public education on this.but these markings here you get your.centerline you get the line that's.defining the parking level and we have.to have everybody who is parked along.the streets to have every piece of their.vehicle inside those way.lines if there's a mirror that's.extending out over that outer edge of.that white line that is in the dynamic.envelope of the streetcar and we have we.have to that operator has to stop and.has to go through a certain procedure or.protocol to continue to move on to get.that vehicle group we have very few.locations that are less than most of our.parking lanes are we try to maintain.eight and a half to nine feet there are.a couple locations where we run into.problems with delivery trucks and that.sort of thing that we've had to make.some special accommodations which I'll.show you there as well.so this will be this will be an.interesting education of the public here.we are going to be operating probably in.another week the full route and that'll.be kind of the starting point of that of.that education and ultimately there is a.citation that you know if we can't get.people to comply obviously they can be.cited for blocking the roadway this is a.location actually this is Jackson Street.and it's on the backside there's a.public in that public market but the.Metro market a grocery store that is.right here and they get all their.deliveries from behind here and.typically there's there's a loading dock.here but the trucks come in when they.come in and you can get you know pretty.good string of trucks they're trying to.deliver what it is that they're.delivering and so we versus having them.deliver and stop in the parking lane.which we didn't have space for we've.accommodated a space which will operate.for that two-way turning movement left.turn turning movement two driveways.there but also give them a space that.they can actually stop and perform their.deliveries from the from the side of the.street and we did go through this during.the construction phase and it actually.worked very well so it's something that.the market is been working.this very closely on to make sure that.their motorists are in compliance.this isn't showing up too great but here.we have a fairly low ramp and where the.overhead wires are going we need to keep.this is an exclusive streetcar lane but.we also need to keep semi-trucks other.than Lane because of the lower nature of.the infrastructure there so we can't.really see it here in the approach but.the approach is certainly lined up to.better direct the typical traffic to the.to the vehicular lanes and we are trying.to outline the posts that designated.Lane would post at pavement markings and.so far we haven't had any issues with it.but there's some pretty crazy things.that I've seen in Milwaukee with.railroad bridges and trucks trying to.get underneath them so we definitely.know a lot that live here.pedestrians again very very typical.messages that that we need I mean this.is a large vehicle it has less of a.stopping distance it's not much.different than your buses and trucks.that might be operating on the streets.so it's really kind of reinforcing kind.of the rules of the road and maybe you.could help me people I understand.i plus there are some unique aspects to.having rail on the road it's somewhat.similar to a bike commute to work every.day and then you know faced with a lot.of different predicaments a lot of.different things in the roadway that you.have to be aware of and you have to.manage around and we've built one more.thing that we have to make sure that.people understand how to best.accommodate you know their their cycling.paths / tracks so we encourage people to.cross the tracks at as close of a.90-degree angle as possible you want to.be as upright as possible when you're.crossing the tracks especially one there.if it's if it's when it's raining out a.little wetter and you know practice.Tuesday if you're not if you're not.comfortable as a cyclist you know or as.skilled I guess of a cyclist and be able.to cross the tracks and in certain.lesser angles you know we do we're.trying to encourage them to practice a.to stage 2 stage turn which I think was.talked about earlier today and another.another session oh there we go.some of the things that we're doing on.the street to help encourage people to.do that is we are putting in pavement.markings try to encourage the the you.know a 90-degree crossing we do where we.where we have some stops on the curb.along the curb line we prevent cyclists.having to be pushed out into that track.zone we're bringing them up through the.back side of the station and through.payment markings obviously this is a.pedestrian crossing so through picket.markings and some signage here getting.encouraging cyclists to slow down and.give the right away to the to the.pedestrian here we do have parallel bike.lanes a buffer bike lane along on the.streetcar this is a shared lane street.hireable wrist lane on Broadway we have.a southbound movement Milwaukee a block.over we have.north bomb movement of the streetcar but.on this particular Street there's a.number of parking structures which see.one here there's another one up up on.this black as well I think there's one.even further down here but one of the.things that we really thought was.important to prevent a lot of the.turning movements that take place.especially during the peak times and to.interview were the operation of the.streetcar we did build this media here.it was took took a pretty good amount of.convincing I guess is some of the.parking structures that this was the.right thing to do I mean obviously a.parking structure operator they want to.have full and complete access to their.structure so taking away one or two.movements from them can be a difficult.discussion but we did get there and in.general its operating pretty well I will.say though that the the bike lane has.become a little bit of a problem because.motorists just simply aren't they aren't.following the following the thing that.the lane is there so we're looking at an.alternate to having the lane there and.actually putting in a second lane to.better accommodate vehicles that are.coming out of these structures and the.bike lane will actually go to adjacent.north-south street and we're going to be.building our first hopefully below.building our first cycle back to to a.cycle back adjacent to this so it.shouldn't be too much of a loss and as I.talked about before I mean obviously.every property owner that is a long.streetcar line you know they have things.that they have to do to manage and.operate their their buildings and so you.know we've put in place basically a.weekly training period that individuals.can come out and go through kind of a.streetcar familiarization class for.those who are actually doing doing the.work and the public where adjacent to it.there is a certification process that.they have to go through before they can.get a permit to do that work but it you.know we're trying to make it as.simple as possible we are actually going.out to many of those building managers.as groups so they don't have to.necessarily come to us so at least they.become familiar with it but once you.know I and I think early on and all of.this you know there were there were a.lot of fears that this was going to you.know it's going to create problems for.police in our fire and the the many.buildings and operations that take place.and once you kind of set the standard.operating procedures in place get the.emergency operating procedures in place.people become very proficient in how.they need to accomplish something and it.one it no longer is seen as something.that's inhibiting them from getting what.getting whatever it is they need to get.done I know the training exercise that.we went through this morning went very.well had to do with you know fighting.fires you know some of the the taller.buildings that are along the route but.everybody seems to be on board now we've.visited some of the other communities.that have streetcars learn some of the.best practices that they have but you.know there should be it's just another.piece of infrastructure but the.accidents and operation is still there.the pure cars is looking good when it.comes to that overhead contactor.overhead catenary system the power lines.one of the things that we have with our.vehicles we have an onboard energy.system and that really actually started.because our operation maintenance.facility is built directly under one of.I directly under I 794 and one of the.things one of the conditions that that.we had the building there was to not.have any of those overhead wires so that.obviously have a freeway structure above.you they need to be able to inspect that.relatively new freeway structure but.it's it's something that they needed to.have full access to be able to inspect.that structure so there are no wires on.our operation maintenance facility the.vehicles themselves you know I again.have that onboard energy system.batteries once they get into the.facility you have the charging stations.for them to be able to charge up.overnight and what that did is that gave.us then the ability to look at the rest.of the route and see where we could go.off wire which is providing some benefit.you know to those adjacent routes so.these portions of the route in purple.are those were were off wire and the.vehicle goes off wire adding stop so.there's what they call pantograph that.goes up off the vehicle it touches the.wires and that's where it connects with.the over a contact and then when they.get to a staff they have to lower that.to go off to go off wire and then raise.it at the next step so our hope is that.this is going to be something that's.going to not only be successful with the.first the first operation here but it is.something that hopefully is going to.improve over time.Detroit has a very similar system that.and they have been operating actually.even in sections where.have the overhead where they're.operating without it just to see how far.that technology will take them our hope.is that you know where we had that low.point under the freeway here that we can.actually go off where at that location.at some point in time but we've got it.kinda see how how it operates before we.can actually take those measures so I.guess with that I'd like to open up to.questions.

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With a BITSAT score of 270, is it advisable to fill out the application form?

My answer is based on applying for a B.E.(hons) degree from BITS. To be frank if I was in your position I would think : I know there's 0.00001% chances but still let's hope for a miracle, and let's apply. Now coming to giving a fair advice - Based on previous cutoffs its advisable not to apply unless you belive in miracles of such kind. (A pic to support my reasoning) Hope you understand. Remember I'm no expert but can surely say there's a tough chance with such score.

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The students applying for KVPY Application Form need to upload the following documents: Scanned Image of Photograph and Signature Caste Certificate for SC/ST Students Medical Certificate in case of PWD candidates

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Can you park in a loading zone after 6pm in Los Angeles?

There is a no parking permitted 6pm to 8am sign above the sign you're cho ok sing to pay attention to. https://jamescolincampbell.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/parkingsign.jpg

How long can you be in a loading zone?

The times are indicated on the sign and they vary so if one sign indicates say 30 minutes don't assume the next loading zone will be the same could be longer or less time and remember this is only for commercial vehicles not privately owned vehicles.

Who can use a loading zone?

Not exactly those words. I used to deliver groceries for Sainsbury's, one of the largest UK supermarket chains. It's a prominent enough British business that the name of its CEO, Justin King at the time, was reasonably well known. We had one customer who had a huge chip on his shoulder. He lived in a huge suburban house in the affluent Ravelston Dykes area of Edinburgh, and it was always a thankless task to deliver him his weekly shop. The man's pettiness knew no bounds. Anyway, one day I had his shopping for him and his wine hadn't arrived. I explained it was because we'd run out of the particul Continue Reading

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