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FFY 2015 - 2018 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE DUBUQUE, IOWA, ILLINOIS and WISCONSIN URBANIZED AREA PREPARED BY EAST CENTRAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL ASSOCIATION On behalf of the Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study

Draft May 08, 2014 DISCLAIMER #1 The preparation of this document was financed in part through federal funds provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and Federal Transit Administration. DISCLAIMER #2 The projects listed in the state portion of this TIP represent the Illinois Department of Transportation's best estimate concerning project scheduling in Fiscal Years contained in this TIP. Although the department intends to proceed with the projects listed, unforeseen events can impact the schedule for individual projects. Among these are funding availability (federal, state, local), project readiness (environmental problems, engineering, land acquisition), and the department's need to retain programmatic flexibility to address changing conditions and priorities on the state highway system. CAVEAT The contents of this document reflect information given to ECIA by the various implementing agencies named within. This document does not constitute a standard, specification, or regulation.

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Table of Contents Project Selection Criteria ..............................................................................................................3 Relationship of the TIP to Area Planning and Programming ...................................................4 The 2012 Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) bill sets out the following guidelines for planning: ................................................................................................4 Abbreviations used in TIP ............................................................................................................5 FFY2014 Programmed Transportation Projects Status Report ...............................................7 FINANCE .....................................................................................................................................13 FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS .................................................13 FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS ....................................................17 DMATS Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Transportation Projects for FFY 2015 - 2018 ....................................................................................................................................19 DMATS Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Transit Projects for FFY 2015 2018................................................................................................................................................24 DMATS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM .................................................................26 Approval of the FFY 2015–2018 .................................................................................................29 METROPOLITIAN PLANNING ORGINIZATION SELF-CERTIFICATION .................30 Appendix E ...................................................................................................................................32 DMATS Surface Transportation Program Project Scoring Criteria .....................................32

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Introduction A Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is the Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (DMATS) 4-year financial implementation program listing of transportation improvement projects eligible for Federal funding. It is DMATS transportation investment program, consisting of capital and operating improvements to the Metropolitan Transportation System. The TIP is multi-modal. It includes investments in various modes such as transit, highway, bicycle, and pedestrian facilities. The TIP is the means of implementing the goals and objectives identified in the DMATS Long-Range Transportation Plan. The FFY 2015 - 2018 TIP for the DMATS Metropolitan Area is a four year listing of federal aid eligible transportation projects selected for implementation by the various governmental agencies comprising DMATS, in consultation with, and by approval of the DMATS Policy Board in cooperation with Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin Departments of Transportation. The TIP is prepared annually by the DMATS Policy Board and Technical Advisory Committee. DMATS technical work is supported by staff members from the East Central Intergovernmental Association (ECIA). Prioritization of projects within a project year is done by the implementing agencies with the approval of the Policy Board. Prioritization of Long Range Transportation Plan projects on a year to year basis is done cooperatively between DMATS and the implementing agencies. This document contains projects identified for improvement or construction from the DMATS 2040 Long-Range Transportation Plan. Project Selection Criteria The projects included in the TIP were selected using the following criteria: 1) The appropriateness of the particular project in relation to the present DMATS goals as follows: a) Goal: To develop an efficient, integrated, balanced transportation system. This can be summarized as serving and anticipating travel needs made evident by regional land use patterns. This includes multi-modal development and use, facilitated by coordination of organizational effort to improve goods shipment by air, rail, river, and truck. b) Goal: To develop surface transportation facilities. This encompasses the development of a safe, efficient street and highway network; and maintaining access to viable air and rail transportation systems. Transit, bicycles, and pedestrians are accommodated through Complete Streets Policy.

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c) Goal: To work toward the provision of transportation-related facilities that will complement and enhance the current and future transportation network. This includes development of parking facilities, and ancillary facilities. Also included is the provision of amenities for inter-modal usage, such as ride share lots and bus shelters, to reduce congestion and promote a safe, environmentally sound system. 2) The appropriateness of the particular project in relation to the best available cost and revenue estimates for the next three fiscal years. 3) The input of State, County and City officials, the local transit operators, the private sector, and others as represented through DMATS. 4) Consistency of the transportation projects in the TIP with the air quality standards outlined in the State Implementation Plan and with local land use planning and economic development. Relationship of the TIP to Area Planning and Programming As the primary transportation investment management tool of the DMATS urban planning and programming process, the TIP must reflect the established goals and objectives of the DMATS Long Range Transportation Plan. Applying the criteria described above establishes a link between cost/benefit analysis and planning. Projects are included as the process identifies their feasibility with respect to comparative importance and funding potential. This reinforces the establishment of priorities, as it allows assessment of funding source availability through the out-years of the TIP. All of the projects contained within the TIP are selected from federal aid eligible projects already contained in the DMATS 2040 Long-Range Transportation Plan or have been sponsored and funded by a state DOT. The 2012 Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) bill sets out the following guidelines for planning: • • • • •

Support the economic vitality of the metropolitan area, especially by enabling global competitiveness, productivity, and efficiency; Increase the safety of the transportation system for motorized and non‐motorized users; Increase the security of the transportation system for motorized and non‐motorized users; Increase the accessibility and mobility of people and for freight; Protect and enhance the environment, promote energy conservation, improve quality of life, and promote consistency between transportation improvements and State and local planned growth and economic development patterns; Enhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation system, across and between modes, for people and freight;

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• •

Promote efficient system management and operation; and Emphasize the preservation of the existing transportation system.

In addition, the current administration is promoting livability principles that are to be considered in the metropolitan planning process activities. These principles are: • Provide more transportation choices • Promote equitable, affordable housing • Enhance economic competitiveness • Support existing communities • Coordinate policies and leverage investments, and • Value communities and neighborhoods. Failure to consider any one of the areas is not reviewable in court. Abbreviations used in TIP ADA Americans with Disabilities Act BRF Bridge Replacement Funds CBS County Board of Supervisors CCB County Conservation Board City City CMAQ Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement CRD Country Road Department DEMO Federal Demonstration (earmarked) Funds DISC Discretionary Federal Funds DMATS Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study DOT-Pgm Iowa Department of Transportation ESP Economic Stimulus Project FAUS Federal Aid Urban System FL Federal Lands Highway Program FM Farm-to-Market Funds FHWA Federal Highway Administration FTA Federal Transit Administration FY Fiscal Year FFY Federal Fiscal Year GO BONDS General Obligation Bonds HSIP Highway Safety Improvement Program ICAAP Iowa Clean Air Attainment Program ILL Illustrative Regional Project ISTEA Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 ITS Intelligent Transportation Systems JARC Job Access/Reverse Commute LOCAL Local Funds Only MAP-21 Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act MFT Motor Fuel Tax MISC Miscellaneous funding DMATS Transportation Improvement Program FY 2015 – 2018

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MPO MVR NEPA NHPP NHS O&M OTHER PA PL PN PRF PTIG RISE ROW RPA RUT RUTF RTP SBR Section 5307 Section 5309 Sponsor STA STP STP-HBP STIP TA TAP TANF TEA-21 SAFETEA-LU

Metropolitan Planning Organization Motor Vehicle Revenue National Environmental Policy Act National Highway Performance Program National Highway System Operation & Maintenance All other Types Planning Agency (Regional or Metropolitan) Metropolitan Planning Project Number Primary Road Funds Public Transit Infrastructure Grant Fund Revitalize Iowa's Sound Economy Right of Way Regional Planning Affiliation Road Use Tax Road Use Tax Fund Recreational Trails Program State Bridge Replacement Program (former Section 9) FTA Operating/Capital formula funding (former Section 3) FTA Capital Discretionary funding Agency Sponsor State Transit Assistance (in Iowa) Surface Transportation Program Surface Transportation Program - Bridge Program Surface Transportation Improvement Program Transportation Alternatives Transportation Alternatives Program Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users

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FFY2014 Programmed Transportation Projects Status Report

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Dubuque Metropolitian Area Transportation Study (FY 2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Program) FY 2014 ( October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014) NO 2014

County

Pgm

Sponsor

TPMS#

PN

1

Dubuque

21510

TAP

Dubuque

SB-IA-2100(675)--7T-31

2

Dubuque

25147

TAP

Dubuque

STP-E-2100()--8V-31

3

Dubuque

25148

TAP

Dubuque

STP-E-2100()--8V-31

4

Dubuque

25150

TAP

Dubuque

STP-E-2100()--8V-31

5

Dubuque

5409

STP-HBP

Dubuque CRD

BROS-C031(76)--8J-31

6

Dubuque

7981

STP

Dubuque

STP-U-2100(634)--70-31

7

Dubuque

17066

STP

Dubuque

STP-U-2100(665)--70-31

8

Dubuque

17068

STP

Dubuque

STP-U-2100(674)--70-31

9

Dubuque

17069

STP

Dubuque

STP-U-2100(669)--70-31

10

Dubuque

20762

STP

Dubuque CRD

STP-S-C031(75)--5E-31

26945

STP

MPO-27 / DMATS RGTR-PA27()--ST-31

11 12

Dubuque

21149

STP

Dubuque CRD

STP-S-2100(671)--5E-31

13

25262

PRF

DOT-D06

NHSN-020()--2R-31

14

1290

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--20()--39-31

15

1292

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--61()--39-31

16

13239

PL

MPO-27 / DMATS RGPL-PA27()--PL-31

17

Dubuque

18767

ILL

Asbury

ILL-0252()--93-31

18

Dubuque

17071

ILL

Dubuque

ILL-RAIL()--XX-31

19

Dubuque

17072

ILL

Dubuque

ILL-RAIL()--93-31

20

Dubuque

12628

DEMO

Dubuque CRD

HDP-C031(47)--6B-31

21

Dubuque

19125

DEMO

Dubuque

HDP-2100(657)--71-31

22

Dubuque

20752

DEMO

Dubuque

HDP-2100(664)--71-31

23

Dubuque

13469

DEMO

Dubuque

HDP-2100(643)--71-31

24

Dubuque

21006

CMAQ

Dubuque

STP-A-2100()--22-31

21255

CMAQ

MPO-27 / DMATS STP-A-PA27(004)--86-31

25 2015 26

21017

TAP

Dubuque

STP-E-2100()--8V-31

27

18634

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--52()--39-31

28

25338

NHPP

DOT-D06

NHSX--032()--3H-31

29

1290

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--20()--39-31

30

1292

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--61()--39-31

2016

In the City of Dubuque, Bee Branch Creek: Mississippi River Trail In the City of Dubuque, Lower Bee Branch: Overlook at: Lower Bee Branch: Overlook at 16th Street In the City of Dubuque, Upper Bee Branch: Upper Bee Branch: MRT Route Trailhead parking lot at 22nd and In the City of Dubuque, Heritage Trail parking lot: County/City Heritage Trail parking lot; S. John Deere

Type of Work Ped/Bike Miscellaneous

Local ID Bee Branch Creek Mississippi River Trail

Length

1290

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--20()--39-31

32

1292

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--61()--39-31

2017 25281

34

25338 Dubuque

PRF NHPP

DOT-D06 DOT-D06

BRFN--052()--39-31 NHSX--032()--3H-31

7981

STP

Dubuque

STP-U-2100(634)--70-31

36

1290

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--20()--39-31

37

1292

PRF

DOT-D06

BRFN--61()--39-31

FM 2014

SPCL 2014

FA 2014

TTL 2014

Dev Status

0

1000

Ped/Bike Miscellaneous

0

160

0

0

640

800 --

Reprogrammed to FY 15

Ped/Bike Development

0

100

0

0

300

400 --

Reprogrammed to FY 15

Ped/Bike Miscellaneous

0

15

0

0

45

60 --

Reprogrammed to FY 15

0

0

1430

1870

3300 Active

DOT: 07/15/2014

Will be Let in FFY 14

Reprogrammed to FY 15

Y-50: Over Little Maquoketa River

Bridge Replacement

In the City of Dubuque, SW Arterial: From Jct US 20 & Seippel Rd to US 61/151 In the City of Dubuque, Cedar Cross Rd: From Starlight Dr to Cedar Cross Court In the City of Dubuque, University / Asbury Rd: University & Asbury Rd Intersection In the City of Dubuque, North Cascade Rd: From Edval Ln to Catfish Creek Bridge HALES MILL RD: From Asbury Rd to Derby Grange Rd

Outside Services Engineering

5.11 MI

408

0

0

1695

2103 Active

Local: 04/21/2014

Reprogrammed to FY 15

Grade and Pave

0.419 MI

360

0

0

1440

1800 Active

DOT: 10/21/2014

Reprogrammed to FY 15

Pavement Rehab/Widen,Right of

0 MI

150

0

0

340

490 Active

DOT: 04/21/2015

Reprogrammed to FY 15

Pavement Rehab

0.1 MI

197

0

0

973

1170 Active

DOT: 10/21/2014

Reprogrammed to FY 15

1.447 MI

400

0

0

1600

2000 Active

DOT: 05/19/2015

Reprogrammed to FY 15

Bus Storage Facility at 925 Kerper Blvd

Transit Investments

0

300

0

0

1200

1500 --

0 MI

65

0

0

259

Pavement Rehab

0 MI

650

0

0

Bridge Painting

0.5 MI

775

0

Bridge Rehabilitation

0.3 MI

20

Trans Planning

0 MI

On North Cascade Rd, Over South Fork of Catfish Creek US20: FARLEY TO MILE HILL LANE NEARDUBUQUE US20: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE (STATE SHARE) US61: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE (STATE SHARE) MPO Planning: Transportation Planning in DMATS area In the City of Asbury, ASBURY RD: From East Corporate Limits to Seippel Road In the City of Dubuque, Passenger Rail: From Chicago to Dubuque In the City of Dubuque, Passenger Rail: From Chicago to Dubuque

Pave,Bridge Replacement,Slope

Bridge Widening

Grade and Pave

Hales Mill Rd

North Cascade Rd Bridge

Asbury Road

Pavement Mud Lake Rd: From Sherrill Road to Circle Ridge Mud Lake Rd Widening,Shoulder In the City of Dubuque, English Mill Rd: At the Grade and Pave,Bridge English Mill Road intersection of the proposed SW Arterial New,Outside Services Military Rd: At the In the City of Dubuque, Military Rd: At the intersection Grade and Pave,Bridge of the proposed SW Arterial New intersection of the proposed In the City of Dubuque, SW Arterial: From U.S. 20 @ Right of Way Seippel Rd. 6.2 mi. to U.S. 61/151 In the City of Dubuque, Transit Shopping Circulator: Transit Investments Shopping Circulator Connecting Major shopping Areas in City of Dubuque IBM SMart Travel: transit Improve operations and Transit Investments,Trans Planning IBM Smart Travel efficiency by providing origin and destinations data by

0 MI

DOT: 10/21/2014

Status

0

Bridge 416 Herber Rd

1250 Active

Letting Dates

250

In the City of Dubuque, SW Arterial trail: From Seipple Rd to Old Davenport Rd US52: GRANDVIEW AVE 1.2 MI S OF US20 IN DUBUQUE IA32: IN DUBUQUE SW ARTERIAL FROM US 61/151 TO US 20 US20: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE (STATE SHARE) US61: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE (STATE SHARE)

FHWA Approved

0

650 --

FHWA Approved

0

0

775 --

FHWA Approved

0

0

0

20 --

FHWA Approved

15

0

0

59

74 --

FHWA Approved

1.828 MI

7250

0

0

0

7250 --

Reprogrammed to FY 15

0.73 MI

32000

0

0

0

32000 --

Reprogrammed to FY 15

0.717 MI

2100

0

0

0

2100 --

Reprogrammed to FY 15

3.884 MI

2936

0

600

1774

5310 Active

DOT: 09/16/2014

Will be Let in FFY 14

0.476 MI

920

0

0

3678

4598 Active

DOT: 10/21/2014

Reprogrammed to FY 15

0.165 MI

1826

0

0

7304

9130 Active

DOT: 10/21/2014

Reprogrammed to FY 15

5.105 MI

428

0

0

1714

2142 Active

Local: 12/04/2014

Reprogrammed to FY 15

5.31 MI

47

0

0

188

0 MI

US20: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE (STATE SHARE) US61: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE (STATE SHARE) US52: STREAM 0.2 MI S OF CO RD D10 IA32: IN DUBUQUE SW ARTERIAL FROM US 61/151 TO US 20 In the City of Dubuque, SW Arterial: From Jct US 20 & Seippel Rd to US 61/151 US20: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE (STATE SHARE) US61: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE (STATE SHARE)

154

2015 Ped/Bike Grade & Pave

SW arterial Trail

Authorized

324 Awarded

0

2015

0

2015

235 --

614

2015

768 Active

FHWA Approved Local: 08/07/2017

FHWA Approved

2015

3.402 MI

349

0

0

1397

1746 --

FHWA Approved

Bridge Rehabilitation

0 MI

266

0

0

0

266 --

FHWA Approved

Pave,Bridge New,Grading

10 MI

3000

0

0

12000

15000 --

FHWA Approved

Bridge Painting

0.5 MI

25

0

0

0

25 --

FHWA Approved

Bridge Rehabilitation

0.3 MI

120 --

FHWA Approved

25 --

FHWA Approved

20 --

FHWA Approved

120

2016 Bridge Painting

0.5 MI

Bridge Rehabilitation

0.3 MI

2017

33

LCL 2014

1.221 MI

2016

31

35

Location 2014

Programmed Amounts in 1,000

2015 Dubuque

Project Status

IOWA

0

2016 25

0

20

2017

0

2016 0

0

2017

0

2016 0

0

2017

2016

0

2017

2017

Bridge Deck Overlay

0 MI

320

0

0

0

320 --

FHWA Approved

Pave,Bridge New,Grading

10 MI

4000

0

0

16000

20000 --

FHWA Approved

Outside Services Engineering

5.11 MI

1578

0

0

6312

Bridge Painting

0.5 MI

25

0

0

0

25 --

FHWA Approved

Bridge Rehabilitation

0.3 MI

20

0

0

0

20 --

FHWA Approved

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7890 Active

Local: 04/21/2014

FHWA Approved


Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (FY 2014-2017 Draft Transportation Improvement Program) FY 2014 ( October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014) NO

Fund(s)

Sponsor

Transit #

Expense

Prj. Type

IOWA Obj. Type

Unit #

TRANSIT Desc

Add Ons

FY14_Ttl

FY15_Ttl

FY16_Ttl

FY17_Ttl

FY14_FA

FY15_FA

FY16_FA

1

5303

Dubuque

1057

Operations Misc

Other

General Operations, FTA funding

$

1,900,000 $

- $

- $

- $

950,000 $

2

5309

Dubuque

3003

Operations Other

Other

Dubuque Intermodal Transportation Center

$

12,500,000 $

- $

- $

- $

8,000,000 $

3

5309

Dubuque

3005

Capital

Other

$

3,300,000 $

- $

- $

- $

2,000,000 $

4

5310

Dubuque

3014

Operations Other

Other

$

43,532 $

- $

- $

- $

43,532 $

5

5310

Dubuque

2468

Operations Other

Other

$

13,500 $

15,000 $

16,500 $

- $

4,500 $

6

5339

Dubuque

2989

Capital

Vehicle

$

343,000 $

- $

- $

- $

291,550 $

7

5339

Dubuque

3008

Operations Other

Other

$

25,000 $

- $

- $

- $

20,000 $

8

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2991

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2603 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

9

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2992

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2604 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

10

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2993

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2605 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

11

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2994

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2606 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

12

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2995

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2607 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

13

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2996

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2608 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

14

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2997

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2609 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

15

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2998

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2610 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

16

STA, 5339

Dubuque

2999

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2611 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

17

STA, 5339

Dubuque

3000

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2612 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

18

STA, 5339

Dubuque

3002

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2613 Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel

$

- $

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,00

19

STA, 5339

Dubuque

3004

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2648 Minivan

Hybrid

$

- $

- $

46,000 $

- $

- $

20

5317

Dubuque

2202

Operations Expansion

Other

Urban Mobility Coordinator

$

153,675 $

158,285 $

- $

- $

122,775 $

21

5307, 5310

Dubuque

1059

Capital

Other

Other

Associated Capital Maintenance/Preventive maintenance

$

727,064 $

- $

- $

- $

363,532 $

22

5307

Dubuque

3013

Capital

Expansion

Vehicle

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

BioDiesel

$

80,000 $

- $

- $

- $

68,000 $

23

STA, TIGER Dubuque

2990

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

BioDiesel

$

343,000 $

- $

- $

- $

291,550 $

24

PTIG, TIGER Dubuque

2466

Capital

Other

Other

$

- $

375,000 $

- $

- $

- $

Replacement

Replacement

Bus Storage & Maintenance Facility Elderly and Passenger with Disabilities (Section 5310 funding) General Operations, funding through E DBQ, IL service agreement Unit#: 2578 Heavy Duty Bus (26-29 ft.)

BioDiesel

Purchase and Installation of Additional Security Cameras in Facility

Unit#: 2580 Heavy Duty Bus (26-29 ft.) ARC Transfer Center Phase II

5,00

126,45


DMATS IOWA MAP FY2013-2016 PROJECT LOCATION TPMS NUMBERS ON MAP CORRESPOND WITH TPMS NUMBERS OR LINE NUMBERS ON SPREADSHEET The preparation of this map was financed in part through federal funds provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and/or Federal Transit Administration.

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OPERATIONS & MAINTENANACE (O&M) The result of major oversight nationally has lead to the requirement to include operations and maintenance/management costs of all federal-aid system routes and transit facilities in the STIPs, TIPs, and LRTPs. The Iowa FHWA asked MPOs and RPAs in Iowa to report O&M costs as system-wide totals for operations and maintenance (highways) and operations and maintenance (transit facilities). This would encompass all the federal aid system routes, transit facilities, and the local systems for area jurisdictions. The local O&M revenue data is provided by County Engineers Association. The O&M information is collected by County Engineers Association through the road use tax finance reports that cities and counties submit to them annually. Revenue DMATS Memebers Revenue 2013 City of Asbury City of Dubuque City of Peosta Dubuque County DMATS

$ 1,301,473 $ 9,893,029 $ 1,432,251 $ 11,827,932 $ 24,454,685

2014 $ $ $ $ $

2015

1,314,488 9,991,959 1,446,574 11,946,211 24,699,232

$ $ $ $ $

1,327,633 10,091,879 1,461,039 12,065,673 24,946,224

2016 $ $ $ $ $

2017

1,340,909 10,192,798 1,475,650 12,186,330 25,195,686

$ $ $ $ $

2018

1,354,318 10,294,726 1,490,406 12,308,193 25,447,643

$ $ $ $ $

1,367,861 10,397,673 1,505,310 12,431,275 25,702,120

Process Explanation: The 2013 revenue numbers are provided by IADOT for each county and City Staff used 1% inflation for each year and projected the 2013 numbers to 2018

DMATS Memebers City of Asbury (O) City of Asbury (M)

Federal Aid Street Finance Report Operations and Maintenance Expenditures Miles 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 $ 48,492 $ 50,432 $ 52,449 $ 54,547 $ 56,729 3.20 70,422 $ 73,238 $ 76,168 $ 79,215 $ 67,713 $

$ $

2018 58,998 82,383

City of Dubuque (O) City of Dubuque (M)

58.50

$ 750,774 $ 1,180,245

$ 780,805 $ 1,227,455

$ 812,037 $ 1,276,553

$ 844,519 $ 1,327,615

$ 878,299 $ 1,380,720

$ 913,431 $ 1,435,949

City of Peosta (O) City of Peosta (M)

0.82

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

3,715 6,626

3,864 6,891

Dubuque County (O) Dubuque County (M)

280.02

$ 1,210,990 $ 2,549,750

DMATS (O) DMATS (M)

342.54

$ 2,013,971 $ 2,094,530 $ 3,804,334 $ 3,956,507

$ 1,259,430 $ 2,651,740

4,018 7,167

$ 1,309,807 $ 2,757,810

4,179 7,453

$ 1,362,199 $ 2,868,122

$ 2,178,311 $ 2,265,443 $ 4,114,768 $ 4,279,358

4,346 7,751

$ 1,416,687 $ 2,982,847

$ 1,473,354 $ 3,102,161

$ 2,356,061 $ 2,450,304 $ 4,450,533 $ 4,628,554

Process Explanation: The 2013 Operations and Mainantnace numbers are provided by IADOT for each county and City Staff used 4% inflation for each year and projected the 2013 numbers to 2018

DMATS Transportation Improvement Program FY 2015 – 2018

4,520 8,062

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FINANCE

The MAP-21 bill requires the DMATS Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) be fiscally constrained. One of the most challenging requirements of the long range planning and programming process is inclusion of financial planning. The financial element of the long-range transportation plan (LRTP) and the TIP ensure that the identified projects are prioritized according to reasonably expected financial resources. Through the visioning process, DMATS has also included illustrative projects in the LRTP and the TIP. Illustrative projects are those for which the funding source is uncertain. Local officials are working to secure funds for these projects. Such projects are properly indicated in the program. FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS Surface Transportation Program These funds are distributed to the states based on population and population densities of urbanized areas. These federal funds come to DMATS through the Iowa and Illinois DOT. DMATS then allocates the funds according to the LRTP. DMATS programs these funds for the four-year period of the TIP based upon funding targets from the Iowa DOT and projected funding levels. The DMATS invites local jurisdictions to submit projects for STP funds. Staff ranks the projects using a ranking process established by DMATS Board and will submit the project ranking list to the DMATS Board for their final approval (attachment A). All project costs are developed using year of expenditure dollars. The DMATS members use 4% inflation rate established by DMATS tech to come up with year of expenditure costs. DMATS Surface Transportation Program (STP) Funds Status from Iowa DOT

STP Target

Target Programmed

Projected Balance

Federal Fiscal Year

FY 14 Qtr II Report Balance 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

$1,842,532 $1,843,000 $1,843,000 $1,843,000

$3,846,000 $9,248,800 $0 $1,695,000 $6,312,319

$14,422,934 $10,576,934 $3,170,666 $5,013,666 $5,161,666 $692,347

Note: * The STP funds for this year are already included in the starting balance

Projects Programmed in TIP & STIP Projects FFY2014 FFY2015 FFY2016 Cedar Cross Rd $1,440,000 University / Asbury Rd $340,000 North Cascade Rd $802,800 Mud Lake Rd $776,000 Y-50 Bridge Over Little Maquoketa River $1,870,000 HALES MILL RD $5,240,000 Bus Storage Facility $1,200,000 $1,386,000 SW Arterial Speed trailers and Bike counters $40,000 Total $3,846,000 $9,248,800 $0

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FFY2017

FFY2018

$1,695,000 $6,312,319 $1,695,000 $6,312,319


DMATS Surface Transportation Program (STP) Funds Status from ILLNOIS DOT Federal Fiscal Year

STP Target

Qrtly Report Balance (04/30/2014) 2015 2016 2017 2018

Target

Projected

Programmed

Balance

$245,812 $27,000 $27,000 $27,000 $27,000

$129,000 $0 $0 $0

$143,812 $170,812 $197,812 $224,812

Projects Programmed in TIP & STIP Projects

FFY2015

FFY2016

FFY2017

Desoto Street Bridge

$129,000

$0

$0

FFY2018 $0

Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) and Transportation Alternative (TA) flex The Transportation Alternatives Program was authorized by the most recent federal transportation funding act, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), which was signed into law on July 6, 2012. TAP redefines the former Transportation Enhancements activities and consolidates these eligibilities with the former Safe Routes to School program. Some projects that were previously funded through the discretionary National Scenic Byways Program are now eligible for TAP as are projects eligible under the Recreational Trails Program. The Transportation Enhancements program was originally authorized in the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA) and continued through two successive laws, Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) and Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU). On Jan. 15, 2013, the Iowa Transportation Commission approved the implementation of MAP-21 as it relates to TAP. After much consideration and through the gathering of stakeholder and general public input, the decision was made to transition to a more locally focused manner of selecting projects for funding. Under SAFETEALU, the Iowa DOT retained half of the annual Transportation Enhancements apportionment and selected Statewide Transportation Enhancement projects through a competitive process. The other half of the Transportation Enhancements apportionment was distributed to Iowa’s MPOs and RPAs to select projects locally. Under MAP-21, the majority of Transportation Alternatives Program funding will be distributed to the MPOs and RPAs while the Iowa DOT retains just $1 million for the implementation of the Statewide Transportation Alternatives Program. TA Flex, the Iowa Transportation Commission approved some STP funds to bring the TAP funding levels to SAFTEA-LU TE funding levels. The IA DOT commission gave an option to MPOs and RPA s on usage of TA flex funds. DMATS Policy Board decided to use the funds on TAP eligible projects. The DMATS staff is in process of creating an application process for TAP funds. ECIA staff will open the application process once the DMATS policy Board approves and adoptes the procedure for the funding of the DMATS’s TAP funds. TAP funds will follow the same process as they followed with TE funds for solicitation of applications. In this system, funds will be awarded by a competitive process. The ECIA staff distributes a letter of solicitation to all DMATS member governments and County Conservation Boards. Applications are then mailed to the entities. ECIA staff performs the initial scoring based on criteria, which is then reviewed by the DMATS Technical Advisory Committee. The Technical Advisory Committee then makes their DMATS Transportation Improvement Program FY 2015 – 2018

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recommendations to the DMATS Policy Board. The Policy Board then holds a public hearing in which comments from the public are heard concerning the applications. After the public hearing, the Policy Board then awards funds to the projects they deem to be most worthy. DMATS programs these funds for the four-year period of the TIP based upon funding targets from the Iowa DOT and projected funding levels.

Federal Fiscal Year

TAP Flex Targets

TAP Targets

Target Programmed

Projected Balance

FY 14 Qrt II Report Balance 2015 2016 2017 2018

$103,320 $103,000 $103,000 $103,000

$1,175,245

$78,669 $79,000 $79,000 $79,000

$985,000 $0 $0 $0

$372,234 $554,234 $736,234 $918,234

Note: * The TAP & TAP Flex funds for this year are already included in the starting balance

Projects

FFY2015

Lower Bee Branch: Overlook at 16th Street Detention Basin

$640,000

Upper Bee Branch: MRT Route Trailhead parking lot at 22nd and Prince Streets

$300,000

County/City Heritage Trail parking lot; S. John Deere Road & US 52

$45,000

Total

$985,000

FFY2016

FFY2017

FFY2018

$0

$0

$0

Overall Program Funding The tables below provide the program of funds by year in each funding category. Funding Programs for Iowa CMAQ NHPP PL PRF STP TAP

$ $ $ $ $ $

FY 15 Total Fed Aid 235 $ 188 11,600 $ 9,280 151 $ 121 7,692 $ 11,913 $ 9,249 2,510 $ 1,985

$ $ $ $ $ $

Programmed Amounts in 1,000 FY 16 FY 17 FY 18 Total Fed Aid Total Fed Aid Total Fed Aid - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 24,600 $ 19,680 $ 37,700 $ 30,160 $ 23,500 $ 18,800 - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 45 $ - $ 365 $ - $ 10,395 $ - $ - $ 2,119 $ 1,695 $ 7,890 $ 6,312 - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ -

Funding Programs for ILLNOIS & WISCONSIN will be added in final TIP

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Federal funding Projects identified in local TIPs utilize a number of different sources of federal funding. While some FHWA funds are distributed by statutory formulas, other funds are “discretionary” (congressionally earmarked). The primary sources of FHWA funding to Iowa, which are in part used to fund local efforts, include: Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) – CMAQ provides flexible funding for transportation projects and programs tasked with helping to meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act. These projects can include those that reduce congestion and improve air quality. Demonstration funding (DEMO) - Demonstration funding is a combination of different programs and sources. The FHWA administers discretionary programs through various offices representing special funding categories. An appropriation bill providing money to a discretionary program, through special congressionally directed appropriations, or through legislative acts such as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) - This is a core federal-aid program that funds projects with the goal of achieving a significant reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on public roads. Portions of these funds are set aside for use on high-risk rural roads and railway-highway crossings. Metropolitan Planning Program (PL) - FHWA provides funding for this program to the State of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin based on urbanized area population. The funds are dedicated to support transportation planning efforts in urbanized areas of more than 50,000 persons. The PL received from each state will be used in respective state areas within DMATS boundary. National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) - NHPP funds are available to be used on projects that improve the condition and performance of the National Highway System (NHS) including some state and U.S. highways and interstates. Surface Transportation Program (STP) - This program is designed to address specific issues identified by Congress and provides flexible funding for project to preserve or improve the condition/performance of number of transportation facilities including any federal-aid highway or public road bridge. STP funding may be spent on: • Roadway projects on federal-aid routes. • Bridge projects on any public road. • Transit capital improvements. • TAP eligible activities. • Planning activities. STP Bridge Program (STP-B) in Iowa – While the Highway Bridge Program was eliminated in MAP-21 a portion of Iowa’s STP will continue to be targeted directly to counties and dedicated specifically to county bridge projects. A portion of these funds are required to be obligated on off-system bridges. The remaining funds can be used on either on or off system bridges. Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) - This program combines funding from a number of programs in the previous authorization bill, SAFETEA-LU. The TAP program provides funding to expand travel choices and improve the transportation experience. TAP projects improve the cultural, historic, aesthetic and environmental aspects of our transportation infrastructure. Alternatives projects can include creation of bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and the restoration of historic transportation facilities, among others. It is important to note that some types of projects eligible under the SAFETEA-LU program Transportation Enhancements are no DMATS Transportation Improvement Program FY 2015 – 2018

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longer eligible, or have modified eligibility, under the TAP. All projects completed using TAP funds should be verified to ensure compatibility with TAP eligibility. Federal Lands and Tribal Transportation Programs (FLHP) – The Federal Lands Transportation Program and Federal Lands Access Program provide funding for projects that improve access within, and to, federal lands. Federal Lands Access Program funding will be distributed through a grant process where a group of FHWA, Iowa DOT, and local government representatives will solicit, rank, and select projects to receive funding. The Tribal Transportation Program continues the Indian Reservation Road program and will distribute funds based on formula comprised of tribal population, road mileage, and average funding under SAFETEALU. County Bridge Program in Iowa County bridges are eligible for the BR program based on their service level. For bridge replacement, a bridge must have a Federal Bridge Sufficiency rating (FBS) less than 50 , an average daily traffic (ADT) of 25 or more vehicles, and be rated as structurally deficient (SD) or functionally obsolete (FO). For bridge rehabilitation, a bridge must have an FBS of only 80 or less, an ADT of 25 or more vehicles, and be rated as SD or FO. Counties BR funds are distributed to the counties based on one-third of the Road Use Tax (RUT) distribution and two-thirds on the amount of qualifying square feet of bridges. As funds permit, the Iowa DOT allows counties to borrow up to six years of their average annual allocation. Dubuque County in DMATS use many factors when determining which bridges to replace and which bridge replacements to use federal bridge funds. Taken into account is our bridge inspection/condition/life data, traffic counts, knowledge of our systems traffic flow, road repair schedules, school bus routes, etc. We choose bridge projects that have the greatest need (which somewhat correlates with their estimated remaining life). We program projects based on the HBP funds available to us from the state (DOT) provided targets. Currently Dubuque County has a very large project in the 5-year plan that will require a higher dollar amount than our bridge funds are allowed to accumulate. City Bridge Program in Iowa The City Bridge program does not automatically distribute bridge funds to cities. Rather the funds are distributed based on a combination of several factors including Sufficiency Rating, Average Daily Traffic (ADT), Detour considerations, and Bridge Posting. All applications for city bridge fund projects are ranked by a scoring system statewide. Cities should apply for this funding to get their bridge projects ranked and funded.

FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS Section 5303. Metropolitan Planning These funds are distributed to the states based on population and population densities of urbanized areas. DMATS programs these funds according to the sub-allocation notifications distributed each January by the Illinois DOT and February by the Iowa DOT. ECIA provides the local match for these funds through its membership dues. Section 5307. Urbanized Area Formula Grants

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Section 5307 is a formula grant program for urbanized areas providing capital, operating, and planning assistance for mass transportation. These funds are distributed to the states based on population and population densities of urbanized areas. Jule Transit matches these funds through local funds and statewide transit assistance (STA). Section 5309. Capital Investment Grants and Loans These funds are available to Iowa based on Congressional earmarks. They may be used for only transit capital improvements on an 80% federal – 20% non-federal basis. (83% federal for ADA accessible vehicles and 90% for special equipment to meet clean air regulations) Public Transit Equipment and Facilities Management System (PTMS) is one of the seven management systems that were mandated under the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA). The PTMS committee was formed by Iowa DOT in conjunction with the Iowa Public Transit Association (IPTA), who had expressed interest in developing a “more objective” method of selecting projects to be funded out of statewide earmarked funds. The PTMS Committee developed and recommended the current PTMS prioritization process and associated policies, which were, in turn, endorsed by the transit association and adopted by the Iowa DOT. In order to be considered under PTMS, capital projects must be programmed for Section 5309 funding in the current year of the approved STIP. Jule Transit provides the matching funds for these projects through local resources. All projects listed in the TIP have matching funds allocated in the City of Dubuque’s annual five-year Capital Improvement Program unless otherwise noted.

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DMATS Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Transportation Projects for FFY 2015 - 2018

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Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (FY 2015-2018 Draft Transportation Improvement Program) FY 2015 ( October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2015) NO

PGM

TYPE

SPONSOR

1

CMAQ

City

Dubuque

21006

2

DEMO

City

Dubuque

19125

3

DEMO

City

Dubuque

20752

4

DEMO

City

Dubuque

13469

5

ILL

City

Asbury

18767

6

ILL

City

Dubuque

17071

7

ILL

City

Dubuque

17072

8

NHPP

9

PL

10

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27 PA

TPMS

25338

Draft as of May, 2014

IOWA PN

LOCATION

In the City of Dubuque, Transit Shopping Circulator: Connecting Major shopping Areas in In the City of Dubuque, English Mill Rd: At the HDP-2100(657)--71-31 intersection of the proposed SW Arterial In the City of Dubuque, Military Rd: At the HDP-2100(664)--71-31 intersection of the proposed SW Arterial In the City of Dubuque, SW Arterial: From U.S. HDP-2100(643)--71-31 20 @ Seippel Rd. 6.2 mi. to U.S. 61/151 In the City of Asbury, ASBURY RD: From ILL-0252()--93-31 East Corporate Limits to Seippel Road In the City of Dubuque, Passenger Rail: From ILL-RAIL()--XX-31 Chicago to Dubuque In the City of Dubuque, Passenger Rail: From ILL-RAIL()--93-31 Chicago to Dubuque 032: IN DUBUQUE, FROM US 61/151 TOUS NHSX--032()--3H-31 20 (SW ARTERIAL) MPO Planning: Transportation Planning in RGPL-PA27()--PL-31 DMATS area 020: MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN DUBUQUE BRFN--020()--39-31 (STATE SHARE) 020: SWISS VALLEY RD INTERSECTION NHSN--020()--2R-31 (WB) STP-A-2100()--22-31

Programmed Amounts in 1,000 TYPE WORK

FY 15 FY 15 FA TOTAL

FY 15 RGNL

FY 16 TOTAL

FY 16 FA

FY 16 RGNL

FY 17 FY 17 FA TOTAL

FY 17 RGNL

FY 18 TOTAL

FY 18 RGNL

FY 18 FA

GRAND TOTAL

Transit Investments

$

235

$

188

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

235

Grade and Pave,Bridge New,Outside Services

$

4,598

$

3,678

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

4,598

Grade and Pave,Bridge New $

9,130

$

7,304

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

9,130

Right of Way

$

2,142

$

1,714

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

2,142

Grade and Pave

$

7,250

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

7,250

$ 32,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

32,000

$

2,100

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

2,100

Pave,Bridge New,Grading

$ 11,600

$

9,280

$

-

$ 24,600

$ 19,680

$

-

$ 37,700

$ 30,160

$

-

$

23,500

$

18,800

$

-

$

97,400

Trans Planning

$

151

$

121

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

151

Lighting

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

750

$

-

$

-

$

750

Right of Way

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

9,600

$

-

$

-

$

9,600

Bridge Deck Overlay

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

320

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

320

Bridge Rehabilitation

$

266

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

266

Bridge Painting

$

425

$

-

$

-

$

25

$

-

$

-

$

25

$

-

$

-

$

25

$

-

$

-

$

500

Bridge Rehabilitation

$

120

$

-

$

-

$

20

$

-

$

-

$

20

$

-

$

-

$

20

$

-

$

-

$

180

MPO-27 / DMATS

13239

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

29652

11

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

29658

12

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

25281

BRFN--052()--39-31 052: STREAM, 0.2 MI S OF CO RD D10

13

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

18634

BRFN--52()--39-31

14

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

1290

BRFN--20()--39-31

15

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

1292

BRFN--61()--39-31

16

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

29653

NHSN--052()--2R-31 052: 1.1 MI S OF US 61/151

Slope Improvement

$

381

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

381

17

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

29654

STPN--052()--2J-31

Pavement Rehab

$

4,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

4,000

18

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

29655

NHSN--052()--2R-31

Pavement Rehab

$

500

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

500

19

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

29656

Pavement Rehab

$

1,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,000

20

PRF

DOT-Pgm DOT-D06-MPO27

29657

NHSN--151()--2R-31 151: AT S JCT US 61

Pavement Rehab

$

1,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,000

21

STP

City

Dubuque

7981

In the City of Dubuque, SW Arterial: From Jct STP-U-2100(634)--70-31 US 20 & Seippel Rd to US 61/151

Outside Services Engineering $

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

2,119

$

1,695

$

1,695

$

7,890

$

6,312

$

6,312

$

10,009

22

STP

PA

MPO-27 / DMATS

29692

RGTR-PA27()--ST-31Bus Storage Facility at 925 Kerper Blvd

Transit Investments

$

1,732

$

1,386

$

1,386

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,732

23

STP

City

Dubuque

17066

Grade and Pave

$

1,800

$

1,440

$

1,440

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,800

Pavement Rehab/Widen,Right of Way

$

490

$

340

$

340

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

490

Pavement Rehab

$

1,004

$

803

$

691

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,004

Pave,Bridge Replacement,Slope

$

6,837

$

5,240

$

5,240

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

6,837

$

50

$

40

$

40

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

50

Ped/Bike Miscellaneous

$

1,250

$

1,000

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

1,250

Ped/Bike Miscellaneous

$

800

$

640

$

640

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

800

US 52: GRANDVIEW AVE, 1.2 MI S OF US20 IN DUBUQUE US 20: MISSISSIPPI RIVER INDUBUQUE (STATE SHARE) US 61: MISSISSIPPI RIVER INDUBUQUE (STATE SHARE)

052: JACKSON CO TO US 61

052: IN DUBUQUE, FROM WHITE ST TO CENTRAL AVE (STATE SHARE) 061: IN DUBUQUE, FROM LAKE NHSN--061()--2R-31 ELEANORRD TO US 52

In the City of Dubuque, Cedar Cross Rd: From STP-U-2100(665)--70-31 Starlight Dr to Cedar Cross Court In the City of Dubuque, University / Asbury Rd: STP-U-2100(674)--70-31 University & Asbury Rd Intersection In the City of Dubuque, North Cascade Rd: STP-U-2100(669)--70-31 From Edval Ln to Catfish Creek Bridge HALES MILL RD: From Asbury Rd to Derby STP-S-C031(75)--5E-31 Grange Rd

24

STP

City

Dubuque

17068

25

STP

City

Dubuque

17069

26

STP

CRD

Dubuque CRD

20762

27

STP

PA

MPO-27 / DMATS

13239

27

TAP

City

Dubuque

21510

28

TAP

City

Dubuque

25147

29

TAP

City

Dubuque

25148

In the City of Dubuque, Upper Bee Branch: STP-E-2100()--8V-31 Upper Bee Branch: MRT Route Trailhead parking lot at 22nd and Prince Streets

Ped/Bike Development

$

400

$

300

$

300

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

400

30

TAP

City

Dubuque

25150

In the City of Dubuque, Heritage Trail parking STP-E-2100()--8V-31 lot: County/City Heritage Trail parking lot; S. John Deere Road & US 52

Ped/Bike Miscellaneous

$

60

$

45

$

45

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

60

RGPL-PA27()--ST-31Traffic Shields and Bike counters for Dubuque Metro Ped/Bike Area Miscellaneous In the City of Dubuque, Bee Branch Creek: SB-IA-2100(675)--7T-31 Mississippi River Trail In the City of Dubuque, Lower Bee Branch: STP-E-2100()--8V-31 Overlook at: Lower Bee Branch: Overlook at 16th Street Detention Basin

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The ILLNOIS & WISCONSIN TIPS will be added in Final document


DMATS IOWA MAP FY2015-2018 PROJECT LOCATION TPMS NUMBERS ON MAP CORRESPOND WITH TPMS NUMBERS OR LINE NUMBERS ON SPREADSHEET The preparation of this map was financed in part through federal funds provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and/or Federal Transit Administration.

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ILLONIS & WISCON project map will be added in Final

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DMATS Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Transit Projects for FFY 2015 2018

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Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (FY 2015-2018 Draft Transportation Improvement Program) FY 2015 ( October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2015) NO

Fund(s)

Sponsor

Transit #

Expense

Prj. Type

Draft May, 2014

IOWA Obj. Type

Unit #

TRANSIT Desc

Add Ons

General Operations, funding through E DBQ, IL service agreement

FY15_Ttl

FY16_Ttl

FY17_Ttl

FY18_Ttl

FY15_FA

FY16_FA

FY17_FA

FY18_FA

FY15_SA

FY16_SA

FY17_SA

FY18_SA

$

15,000 $

16,500 $

- $

- $

5,000 $

5,500 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

Unit#: 2604

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

BioDiesel

$

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

Vehicle

Unit#: 2605

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2606

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

BioDiesel

$

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2607

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

2996

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2608

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

Dubuque

2997

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2609

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

5339

Dubuque

2998

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2610

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

10

5339

Dubuque

2999

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2611

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

11

5339

Dubuque

3000

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2612

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

12

5339

Dubuque

3002

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2613

Light Duty Bus (176" wb)

Low Floor, BioDiesel $

83,000 $

- $

- $

- $

70,550 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

13

5339

Dubuque

3004

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2648

Minivan

Hybrid

$

48,000 $

46,000 $

- $

- $

40,800 $

39,100 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

14

5317

Dubuque

2202

Operations Expansion

Other

Urban Mobility Coordinator

$

158,285 $

- $

- $

- $

126,458 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

15

PTIG

Dubuque

2466

Capital

Other

Other

ARC Transfer Center Phase II

$

375,000 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

300,000 $

- $

- $

-

16

STP

Dubuque

3430

Capital

Replacement

Other

Jule Bus Storage Facility

$

1,732,500 $

- $

- $

- $

1,386,000 $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

- $

-

1

5310

Dubuque

2468

Operations Other

Other

2

5339

Dubuque

2991

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

Unit#: 2603

3

5339

Dubuque

2992

Capital

Replacement

Vehicle

4

5339

Dubuque

2993

Capital

Replacement

5

5339

Dubuque

2994

Capital

6

5339

Dubuque

2995

7

5339

Dubuque

8

5339

9

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DMATS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM Annual Transportation Improvement Program DMATS, in cooperation with the States of Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin and Jule transit, is required to develop a transportation improvement program for the Dubuque Metropolitan Area. DMATS, is further required to provide citizens, affected public agencies, representatives of transportation agency employees, other affected employee representatives, private providers of transportation, and other interested parties with a reasonable opportunity to comment on the proposed program during the process. The TIP is to have a listing of projects that are scheduled to be carried out within a 4-year period of when they were initially adopted into the DMATS TIP. The TIP will include a financial explanation of the improvement projects that detail how the project will be implemented as well as an indication of what public and private resources can be expected to be made available to complete the transportation improvement. Before the DMATS Policy Committee can approve any transportation improvement, it will provide citizens, affected public agencies, and representatives of transportation agency employees, private providers of transportation, and other interested parties with reasonable notice of an opportunity to comment on the proposed improvement. The TIP Process will include the following steps: • • •

• •

DMATS staff will distribute project applications in January to the membership organizations in the DMATS area. DMATS staff will collect applications from the members in February and begin developing TIP following DMATS policies, rules and regulations adopted by FHWA in selecting TIP projects. After the draft TIP is finished, it will be released for a 30-day public review process in April. DMATS staff will inform the public of the draft TIP’s availability by sending notice to the organizations on the DMATS public participation process list and by publishing legal notices in local newspapers and ECIA website. Theses notices will be posted and published 4-20 days before the scheduled meeting. The public hearing meeting will be held with the DMATS Policy Board meeting and the meeting will be opened for public input during the process. After the final TIP is finished, it will be released for a 30-day public review process in June. DMATS staff will inform the public of the final TIP’s availability by sending notice to the organizations on the DMATS public participation process list and by publishing legal notices in local newspapers and ECIA website. Theses notices will be posted and published 4-20 days before the scheduled meeting. The public hearing meeting will be held with the DMATS Policy Board meeting and the meeting will be opened for public input during the process.

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Accommodation: Meetings, public hearings, and ECIA formal events are held in facilities that are accessible by persons with disabilities. Public notices of ECIA meetings and events include a notice of location for public. Individuals with disabilities will be provided with accommodations to attend the meetings on request with a minimum of one week notice. Individuals requiring special material or presentation formats will be asked to contact the staff at least one week before the meeting. Revising/Amending an Approved TIP Revising the TIP Revisions are defined as changes to a TIP that occur between scheduled periodic updates. There are two types of changes that occur under the umbrella of revision. The first is a major revision or “Amendment”. The second is a minor revision or “Administrative Modification”. Amendment An amendment is a revision to a TIP that involves a major change to a project included in the TIP. This includes an addition or deletion of a project or a major change in project cost, project/project phase initiation dates, or a major change in design concept or scope (e.g. changing project termini or the number of through lanes). Changes to projects that are included only for illustrative purposes do not require an amendment. An amendment is a revision that requires public review and comment, redemonstration of fiscal constraint, or a conformity determination. Changes that affect fiscal constraint must take place by amendment of the TIP. The TIP Amendment Process will include the following steps: • •

• •

DMATS staff will collect the amendment information from the members requesting. DMATS staff will inform the public of the amended TIP’s availability by sending notice to the organizations on the DMATS public participation process list and by publishing legal notices in local newspapers and ECIA website. Theses notices will be posted and published 4-20 days before the scheduled meeting. The public hearing meeting will be held with the DMATS Policy Board meeting and the meeting will be opened for public input during the process. The DOT and FHWA staff will be provided with updated TIP with amendments once approved by DMATS Policy and Tech boards.

Administrative Modification A minor revision to a TIP is an administrative modification. It includes minor changes to project/project phase costs, minor changes to funding sources of previously-included projects, and minor changes to project/project phase initiation dates. An administrative modification is a revision that does not require public review and comment or redemonstration of fiscal constraint,

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Amendment vs. Administrative Modification There are four main components that can be used to determine whether a project change constitutes an amendment or an administrative modification. They include the following: •

Project costs-Determination will be made based on the percentage change or dollar amount of change in federal aid. Projects in which the federal aid has been changed by more than 30% or total federal aid increases by $2.0 million or more will require an amendment. Anything less can be processed with an administrative modification.

Schedule changes-Changes in schedules to projects which are included in the first four years of the TIP/STIP will be considered administrative modifications. Projects which are added or deleted from the TIP/STIP will be processed as amendments.

Funding sources-Additional federal funding sources to a project will require an amendment. Changes to funding from one source to another will require an administrative modification.

Scope changes-Changing project termini or changing the amount of through traffic lanes will be processed as an amendment. Other examples of changes that require amendment are changing the type of work from an overlay to reconstruction. Another example is changing a project to include widening of the roadway.

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Approval of the FFY 2015–2018 DMATS Transportation Improvement Program WHEREAS, the Dubuque Urbanized Area has been established by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, to have a population in excess of 50,000, and the East Central Intergovernmental Association has been officially designated as the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Dubuque area by the Tri–State's Governors, and has delegated this function to DMATS; and WHEREAS, in accordance with the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP 21), the MPO has an adopted long–range transportation plan which: 1) identifies transportation facilities that function as an integrated transportation system; 2) includes a financial plan; 3) assesses capital investment and other measures necessary to preserve the existing transportation system; and 4) indicates appropriate transportation enhancement activities; and WHEREAS, the FY2014-2017 Final Transportation Improvement Program has been reviewed and concurred with by the MPO Policy Board, the Departments of Transportation of the states of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin, the FHWA and the FTA. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the DMATS Policy Board of the East Central Intergovernmental Association approves the FY2015 – 2018 Final Transportation Improvement Program. Adopted this 12th day of June 2014.

_________________________________ Roy D. Buol, Chairperson DMATS Policy Board Attest:

____________________________________ Kelley Deutmeyer, ECIA Executive Director

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METROPOLITIAN PLANNING ORGINIZATION SELF-CERTIFICATION In accordance with 23 CFR 450.334, the Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation study hereby certifies that the metropolitan transportation planning process is addressing major issues facing the metropolitan planning area and is being conducted in accordance with all applicable requirements of: 1)

Title 23 USC 134 & 135, 49 U.S.C. 5303 and 5304, and this part;

2)

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (42 U.S.C. 2000d-1) and 49 CFR part 21;

3)

49 U.S.C. 5332, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or age in employment or business opportunity;

4)

Section 1101(b) of the MAP-21 (Pub. L 109-59 and 49 CFR part 26 regarding the involvement of disadvantaged business enterprises in USDOT funded projects;

5)

23 CFR part 230, regarding implementation of an equal opportunity program on Federal and Federal-aid highway construction contracts;

6)

The provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.) and 49 CFR parts 27, 37, and 38;

7)

The Older Americans Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 6101) prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age in programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance;

8)

Section 324 of title 23 U.S.C., regarding the prohibition of discrimination based on gender;

9)

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 794) and 49 CFR part 27 regarding discrimination against individuals with disabilities.

10)

Sections 174 and 176(c) & (d) of the Clean Air Act do not apply because DMATS is not nonattainment or maintenance area.

Other stipulations of 23 CFR 450.216 addressed during development of the STIP are: 1)

Adherence to requirements for public involvement;

2)

Inclusion of projects only if consistent with state and local long-range plans;

3)

Inclusion of federal aid projects and all regionally significant transportation projects requiring FHWA or FTA consideration during the four-year program period;

4)

Inclusion of tables showing the TIP is fiscally constrained by year; and

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5)

Advisement to recipients of FTA funding that feasibility studies are required for facility projects.

Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study ______________________ Signature Executive Director______ Title _07/12/2014___________ Date

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Appendix A DMATS Surface Transportation Program Project Scoring Criteria The proposed roadway projects in this plan have a total cost of over $231 million. This substantially exceeds the federal fund budget that is available to the MPO. Under SAFETEALU, DMATS is required to produce financially constrained transportation plans. This means that the MPO must identify its priorities for the expenditure of federal funds that it can reasonably be expected to have access to in the 30-year plan time frame. The prioritization process divides the projects into real projects and illustrative projects. DMATS Policy Board views the real projects as highest priority and has made a commitment of federal funds. Illustrative projects are those that are necessary to meet the transportation needs of the area in the future, but no funding sources have been identified. DMATS staff has created a project ranking process that includes seven categories. Each category has a possible point total. The total number of points a project can be awarded is 1,000. Points are awarded in the Safety, Air Quality, Economic Impact II, and System Preservation categories based on numeric values obtained from data analysis. Economic Impact I, Accessibility and Mobility, Local and Regional Impact, and Compete Street categories are subjective. TAC members recommend rankings in the subjective categories based on the project’s merits. DMATS staff will provide TAC members with project information and data analysis to determine the merit of the projects. Safety (200) The safety analysis is a benefit cost ratio that compares the total cost of the project to the safety benefits created by the project. Points for safety are awarded based on a numerical formula that monetizes the benefits that result from the implementation of the project, and divides the benefits by the total project cost. Data sets required to run the analysis include total lifetime project cost, crash reduction factor, traffic volume, fatalities, major injuries, minor injuries, and property damage. Points are awarded based on the safety scoring criteria. See Table 9.1. Economic Impact The economic analysis is designed to measure the local and regional economic impact of the proposed project. The economic impact component of the ranking process comes in two parts, each worth 100 points. The first component is intended to measure the long term impacts of the project. The second component measures the short term economic impact generated by design and construction of the project. Economic Impact I (100)

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TAC members will award points based on the project’s long term impacts on the regional economy. Staff will provide project data for reference during the scoring process. Points are awarded based on the Economic Impact I Scoring Criteria. See Table 9.2.

Economic Impact II (100) The Economic Impact II analysis will be performed using an input output (I\O) model. The I\O model is an accounting of transactions among industries, governments, households, imports, and exports in the DMATS area. The I\O model helps study the linkages between industries and institutions in the area. Knowledge of these linkages allows the modeler to calculate the direct, indirect, and induced economic impact of a project on the region. For this ranking process, the I/O analysis will provide information on the short term economic impact on the construction sector; i.e. job creation and increases in output in construction, and in construction related industrial sectors. Points will be awarded based on the total number of jobs created by each project. The chart illustrates how the 100 points are awarded to each project. Points are awarded based on the Economic Impact II Scoring Criteria. See Table 9.3. System Preservation (120) Points for system preservation are awarded based on current surface type, current pavement condition, current AADT, and future AADT. The information for each of the previously mentioned categories is plugged into a formula and the point value is determined by where the formula solution fits into the points range. Below is an example of how the system preservation formula may be applied to a proposed project: 1) Surface Type: Portland Concrete 1 2) Facility Condition: 2 3) Existing AADT: 5,800 4) 10-year projected AADT: 6,400

Formula 1: [(Existing AADT + 10 Year AADT)/1000/2] Formula 2: [(Formula 1 Answer/2)*(Surface Type)*(Facility Condition)] Formula 1: [(5,800 + 6,400)/1,000/2] = 6.1 DMATS Transportation Improvement Program FY 2015 – 2018

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Formula 2: [(6.1/2)*(1)*(2)]= 6.1 = Project awarded 52 Points as shown Table 9.4.

Local and Regional Impact (120) The local and regional impact component will evaluate consistency with local planning documents, impacts on the local and regional transportation system, and the number of project sponsors (local governments) involved. Adopted planning document include a long range transportation plan, comprehensive plan, capital improvements plan, or any other local, regional, or state planning document. See Table 9.5.

Accessibility and Mobility (120) The Accessibility and Mobility component is designed to measure improvements in land use accessibility and mobility for users of the transportation system resulting from the project. Accessibility and mobility points are awarded based on estimated reductions in congestion resulting from the project. Data required for the analysis: existing AADT, existing capacity, future AADT, and future capacity. The model calculates existing and future V/C ratios using the AADT and capacity data. The model then calculates the percent change in V/C ratio. Points are awarded based on the Accessibility and Mobility Scoring Criteria. See Table 9.6. DMATS Transportation Improvement Program FY 2015 – 2018

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Complete Streets (120) This component is designed to measure how the project addresses the concept of complete streets. The complete streets concept stresses the provision of safe access for motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit users. DMATS TAC members will award points based on the two questions listed below.

Air Quality (120) Points for air quality are awarded based on results of an air quality analysis called “GlobeWarm.” GlobeWarm provides a methodology for analyzing the environmental impact of a transportation project. Data on corridor length, number of lanes, traffic volume, and traffic speed are entered into GlobeWarm. Based on this information, GlobeWarm estimates the amount of green house gas (GHG) produced. Current corridor GHG emissions are compared with estimated GHG emissions after the improvements are made. The model estimates the percent change in GHG emissions resulting from the project. Points are awarded based on the Air Quality Scoring Criteria. See Table 9.8.

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