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RESOLUTION NO. 2011 -106 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEWPORT <br />BEACH SUPPORTING AN APPLICATION BY THE CITY OF IRVINE <br />FOR THE ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY'S <br />(OCTA) MEASURE M2 TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYNCHRONIZATION <br />PROGRAM FUNDING FOR THE FORD ROAD- BONITA CANYON <br />DRIVE - CULVER DRIVE AND UNIVERSITY DRIVE - JEFFREY ROAD <br />CORRIDOR SYNCHRONIZATION PROJECTS <br />WHEREAS, the Regional Traffic Signal Synchronization Program targets over <br />2000 signalized intersections across Orange County to maintain traffic signal <br />synchronization, improve traffic flow, and reduce congestion across jurisdictions; and <br />WHEREAS, the Orange County Transportation Authority has developed the <br />Regional Traffic Signal Synchronization Master Plan to identify traffic signal <br />synchronization street routes and traffic signals within and across jurisdictional <br />boundaries, and defines the means of implementing the Regional Traffic Signal <br />Synchronization Program; and <br />WHEREAS, the City Council previously approved Resolution No. 2010 -130 <br />adopting a Local Signal Synchronization Plan for the City of Newport Beach; and <br />WHEREAS, the Ford Road- Bonita Canyon Drive - Culver Drive and University <br />Drive - Jeffrey Road Corridor Synchronization Projects will continue the existing traffic <br />signal coordination along these corridors in the City of Newport Beach across <br />jurisdictional boundaries; <br />NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEWPORT <br />BEACH DOES RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: <br />Section 1. The City Council supports the application by the City of Irvine for <br />OCTA Measure M2 Traffic Signal Synchronization Program funding for the Ford Road- <br />Bonita Canyon Drive - Culver Drive and University Drive - Jeffrey Road Corridor <br />Synchronization Projects. <br />