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ECIA REGIONAL PLANNING AFFILIATION 8 Final: July 9th 2010

PREPARED BY

EAST CENTRAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL ASSOCIATION Suite 200, 3999 Pennsylvania Avenue, Dubuque, Iowa 52002 563.556.4166, FAX 563.556.0348

Disclaimer The preparation of this document was financed in part through funds provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration.

CAVEAT The contents of this document reflect information given to ECIA by the various implementing agencies. This document does not constitute a standard, specification, or regulation.


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Table of Contents Introduction ......................................................................................................................................... 4 RPA Membership and Governance .................................................................................................. 4 RPA Organization and Management ................................................................................................ 5 RPA Policy Board................................................................................................................................ 5 RPA 8 Technical Advisory Committee: ............................................................................................ 6 RPA Overall Goal ................................................................................................................................ 6 Major Projects and Concerns within the RPA Region ............................................................. 6 Annual Transportation Improvement Program ........................................................................ 6 The SAFETEA-LU .............................................................................................................................. 7 Status of Transportation Improvement Projects programmed in FFY 2010............................... 9 Status of Transit Projects Programmed in FFY 2010 ...................................................... 12 Fund Availability ............................................................................................................................... 14 Iowa STP Program .................................................................................................................. 14 Transportation Enhancement (TE) Program........................................................................... 16 Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program .................................................. 16 County Bridge Program .......................................................................................................... 17 City Bridge Program ............................................................................................................... 17 RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Transportation Projects for FFY 2011 - 2014....................................................................................................................................... 18 RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Transit Projects for FFY 2011 - 2014 .. 24 RPA 8 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM ......................................................................... 27 Revising/Amending an Approved TIP ................................................................................... 27 Resolution ........................................................................................................................................... 29

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Abbreviations AVL BRP BROS BRS DMATS ECIA ESP FFY FHWA FM FTA GO BONDS HD Bus IBRCP Iowa DOT ITS ISTEA JARC LD Bus LOST LRTP NHS RISE ROW RPA RUTF Sec 3 Sec 18 Sec 16 STA STP STPTE TAC TANF TEA-21 TIP TPWP

Automatic Vehicle Locator Bridge Replacement Program Bridge Replacement Off-System Bridge Replacement On System Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study East Central Intergovernmental Association Economic Stimulus Project Federal Fiscal Year Federal Highway Administration Farm-to-Market Federal Transit Administration General Obligation Bonds Heavy Duty Bus Innovative Bridge Research & Construction Program Iowa Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation Systems Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 Job Access/Reverse Commute Light Duty Bus Local Option Sales Tax Long Range Transportation Plan National Highway System Revitalize Iowa's Sound Economy (IOWA DOT Grant/Loan Program) Right of Way Regional Planning Affiliation Road Use Tax Fund FTA discretionary capital funds FTA operating, capital, and planning funds FTA capital and operating funds for non-profits State Transit Assistance Surface Transportation Program Surface Transportation Program Transportation Enhancement Technical Advisory Committee Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century Transportation Improvement Program Transportation Planning Work Program

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Introduction The Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2011-2014 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the East Central Intergovernmental Association Regional Planning Affiliation (RPA) is a four year listing of federal aid eligible transportation projects selected by the various governmental agencies and by Regional Planning Affiliation (RPA) Policy Board for implementation. All transportation projects in the RPA Region using federal funds are to be included in the TIP. The TIP is prepared annually for the RPA Policy Board with input from the Technical Advisory Committee, Iowa Department of Transportation, and the general public. Prioritization of projects within a project year is determined by the implementing agencies. Prioritization of Long Range Transportation Plan projects on a year-to-year basis will be done by the RPA Policy Board in cooperation with the implementing agency. RPA Membership and Governance The East Central Intergovernmental Association Regional Planning Affiliation (RPA) membership is made up of 56 local cities and counties in a four county area in eastern Iowa. All member jurisdictions have signed a 28E agreement to conduct transportation planning and the programming of federal transportation funds as determined by the Iowa Department of Transportation. The Dubuque Metropolitan Area Transportation Study (DMATS) area in greater Dubuque is excluded from the RPA because it is a separate transportation planning area. The DMATS region includes the Cities of Dubuque, Asbury, Sageville, Peosta, Centralia and Durango, as well as portions of Dubuque County. The ECIA RPA is staffed by the East Central Intergovernmental Association, which has no formal membership on either the RPA Policy Board or the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). At their request, the Iowa Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) are only advisory members of the RPA Policy Board and Tech advisory committee. The 56 member local jurisdictions include four counties and four urban areas (population greater than 5,000). The four urban areas are the Cities of Clinton, DeWitt, Manchester, and Maquoketa. The total members of the ECIA RPA include: CLINTON DELAWARE DUBUQUE JACKSON Clinton County Andover Calamus Camanche Charlotte Clinton Delmar DeWitt Goose Lake Grand Mound Lost Nation Low Moor Toronto Welton Wheatland

Delaware County Colesburg Delaware Delhi Dundee Earlville Edgewood Greeley Hopkinton Manchester Masonville Ryan

Dubuque County Balltown Bankston Bernard Cascade Dyersville Epworth Farley Graf Holy Cross Luxemburg New Vienna Rickardsville Sherrill Worthington Zwingle

Jackson County Andrew Baldwin Bellevue LaMotte Maquoketa Miles Monmouth Preston St. Donatus Sabula Spragueville Springbrook

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RPA Organization and Management The East Central Intergovernmental Association Regional Planning Affiliation was established on February 2, 1994 through the adoption of Articles of Agreement by the participating organizations in the region. It is one of the 18 RPA's in the state that were formed as part of the Iowa Department of Transportation's implementation of Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA), particularly in regard to meeting the statewide planning and programming aspects of the legislation. This cooperative, comprehensive, and continuing transportation planning process was established by an agreement between the state and local governments in compliance with the provisions of the ISTEA. The planning process is implemented through a committee structure. Committees forward their recommendations to the Policy Board for consideration and final action. At this time, the only standing committee is the Technical Advisory Committee, which was formed by the Policy Board at its first meeting on February 2, 1994. The Policy Board and Technical Advisory Committee's responsibilities are summarized below: RPA Policy Board The ECIA RPA is governed by a Board of twelve elected officials from the member jurisdictions. The Policy Board is responsible for establishing overall policy, making decisions related to transportation planning and project funding priorities, and monitoring the direction of studies of transportation conditions in the region. There is a Board member from each of the four counties, and a Board member from each of the four large urban areas. The remaining four Board members are from a non-urban city in each of the four counties which are elected by caucus every two years. RPA Policy Board: COUNTIES Clinton County Jon Staszewski (Supervisor) Clinton County Delaware County Jeff Madlom (Supervisor) Delaware County Dubuque County Donna Smith (Chair) (Supervisor) Dubuque County Jackson County Larry “Buck� Koos (Vice Chair) (Supervisor) Jackson County Ex officio (non-voting members) Mokhtee Ahmad (Admin) FTA Reg. VII (Proxy Mark Betchel)

URBAN AREAS

SMALL CITIES

Rodger Holm (Mayor) City of Clinton Don Thiltgen (Mayor) City of De Witt

Tom Roth (City Administrator) City of Camanche

Milt Kramer (Mayor) City of De Witt

Richard Sampson (Mayor) City of Colesburg Herb Sigwarth (Mayor) City of Balltown

Tom Messerli (Mayor)

Paul Konrardy (Mayor)

City of Maquoketa

City of La Motte

Stu Anderson (Plng. & Prog) Iowa DOT (Proxy Sam Shea)

Lubin Quinones (Admin) FHWA, Iowa Div. (Proxy Tracy Trounter)

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RPA 8 Technical Advisory Committee: The Technical Advisory Committee consists of professional staff persons from the RPA member jurisdictions. The Technical Committee reviews, studies, and makes recommendations to the Policy Board related to technical issues affecting spending and study priorities. COUNTIES

Todd Kinney, Chair County Engineer

Anthony Bardgett County Engineer

URBAN AREAS Clinton County Jeffrey Horne City Administrator, Clinton Steve Lindner City Administrator, DeWitt Delaware County Timothy J. Vick City Manager, Manchester Dubuque County

Mike Felderman County Engineer

Transit Randy Zobrist Executive Director, River Bend Dennis Hart Director, MTA

Mark Munson Director,RTA

Jackson County Brian Wagner, Vice Chair City Manager, Maquoketa Ex officio (non-voting members) Mark Bechtel, FTA Reg.VII Sham Shea, Iowa DOT Tracy Troutner Community Planner FHWA Iowa Division District Planner, District 6 Sam Sermet, Transit System Administrator Office of Public Transit, Iowa DOT Clark Schloz County Engineer

RPA Overall Goal The Goal of the ECIA Regional Planning Affiliation is to further develop the transportation system with a vision toward improving safety, promoting economic development and improving the quality of life within the RPA Region with consideration being given to the various levels of political sub-divisions and to alternative forms of transportation such as transit, bicycles, and pedestrians. Major Projects and Concerns within the RPA Region 1. Implementation of the U.S. 30/67 Corridor Improvements in the City of Clinton. 2. To improve U.S. 30 to 4 lanes from DeWitt west to Mount Vernon. This entire route is now shown in the state’s long range plan as a 4-lane roadway. 3. Mississippi River Trail. Annual Transportation Improvement Program RPA staff, is required to develop a transportation improvement program for the Regional Planning Affiliation 8 (RPA 8) and is further required to provide citizens, affected public agencies, representatives of transportation agency employees, other affected employee representatives, private RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2011-2014

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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 RPA 8 TIP. The TIP will include a financial explanation of the improvement projects that detail how each 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 RPA 8 Policy Committee can approve any transportation improvement, it will provide citizens, affected public agencies, representatives of transportation agency employees, private providers of transportation, and other interested parties with reasonable notice of and an opportunity to comment on the proposed improvement. The TIP Process will include the following steps: • •

• •

RPA 8 staff will start developing the TIP in month of January following rules and regulations adopted by the Iowa DOT. 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 RPA 8 public participation process list and by publishing legal notices in local newspapers and ECIA website. Theses notices will be printed 4 -20 days before the scheduled meeting. The public hearing will be held with the RPA 8 Policy Board meeting in April. 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. RPA staff will inform the public of the final TIP’s availability by sending notice to the organizations on the RPA 8 public participation process list and by publishing legal notices in local newspapers and ECIA website. Theses notices will be printed 4 -20 days before the scheduled meeting. The public hearing will be held with the RPA 8 Policy Board meeting in May. The meeting will be opened for public input during the process.

The SAFETEA-LU President Bush signed the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) bill, which provides funding for highways and transit programs. SAFETEALU builds on the initiatives in the Transportation Equity Act (TEA -21), which was the prior bill authorizing legislation for surface transportation. This act combines the continuation and improvement of TEA-21 programs with additional new initiatives to meet the challenges of improving safety as traffic continues to increase at record levels, protecting and enhancing communities and the natural environment. SAFETEA-LU consolidates the previous sixteen planning factors to be considered in the planning process into seven broad areas: • •

Support the economic vitality of the metropolitan area, especially by enabling global competitiveness, productivity, and efficiency; Increase safety of the transportation system for the motorized and non-motorized users;

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• • • • • •

Increase security of the transportation system for the motorized and non-motorized users; Increase the accessibility and mobility options available to people and freight; Protect and enhance the environment, promote energy conservation, and improve quality of life; Enhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation system, across and between modes, for people and freight; Promote efficient system management and operation; and Emphasize the preservation of the existing transportation system.

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Status of Transportation Improvement Projects programmed in FFY 2010

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Regional Planning Affiliation 8 Status of FFY 2010 projects

FFY 2010 ( October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010) Funding in 1,000

NO

Pgm

SP Type

Sponsor

TPMS #

Project No

Location

Type Work

Status

Letting Date

Letting Status

Total Funding Federal Aid Regional Funds 1

DEMO

City

Clinton

17106

HDP-1415(618)--71-23

19th Ave Connector: N 2nd St to Mill Creek Park Way

Grade and Pave

2

DEMO

City

DeWitt

15921

HDP-1855()--71-23

6th Avenue: 400 block of 6th Avenue south to Union Pacific Railroad Pavement Rehab/Widen

3

DEMO

DOT-Pgm

District 6

14726

HDP-67(LBTYSQ)--6B-23

US 30: S 14TH ST TO S 4TH ST in Clinton Stage 2 (Liberty Sq)

Outside Services Engineering

KEY:

$1,875

$1,500

0 FHWA Approved

9/21/2010 DOT Letting: Sep/21/2010

$606

$485

0 FHWA Approved

Has been let

DEMO : Earmark funds

$1,500

$0

0 FHWA Approved

Has been let

ESP

: ARRA (Stimulus I) funds

Ped/Bike Paving

$550

$250

250 FHWA Approved

HBP

: Highway Bridge Program

ILL

: Illustrative

4

ENH

City

Clinton

15108

STP-E-1415(620)--8V-23

28TH AVE N: From the 27th Avenue N/N 13th Street intersection east and north to the MRT Trail connection

5

ENH

City

Epworth

17030

STP-E-2405()--8V-31

East Gate Walkway: West of Bierman Rd to North of Jacoby Dr East

Ped/Bike Paving

$207

$166

166 FHWA Approved

6

ENH

City

Maquoketa

17653

STP-E-4742(616)--8V-49

S MAIN ST: Monroe St to Carlisle St

Ped/Bike Paving

$425

$250

250 FHWA Approved

10/19/2010 DOT Letting: Oct/19/2010

ENH

: Enhancement Funds

7

ENH

City

Ryan

18805

STP-E-6700(601)--8V-28

Main St: Washington St to Franklin St

Ped/Bike Paving

$72

$58

58 FHWA Approved

11/16/2010 DOT Letting: Nov/16/2010

NHS

: National Highway System

8

ENH

CRD

Dubuque

18127

STP-E-C031()--8V-31

Y-13: City of Farley to City of Cascade

Ped/Bike Paving

$822

$250

250 FHWA Approved

PL

: Planning funds

9

ESP

CRD

Dubuque

15310

ESFM-C031(61)--5S-31

Y-13: Aitchison Rd to City of Cascade

Bridge Replacement

$1,071

$506

0 FHWA Approved

1/20/2010 Has been let

STP

: Surface Transportation Program

18642

ESL-000R(003)--7S-23

Clinton RDC: Rail Access to Industrial Park in Clinton

Miscellaneous

$10,000

$2,000

0 FHWA Approved

1/20/2010 Has been let

CCB

: County Conservation Board

11/16/2010 DOT Letting: Nov/16/2010 Moved to FFY11

Moved to FFY11

10

ESP

Sponsor

Clinton Regional Development

11

ESP

City

Camanche

17823

ESL-1040(602)--7S-23

WASHINGTON BLVD: US 67 east to 22nd Ave

Pavement Rehab

$169

$169

0 FHWA Approved

12/15/2009 Has been let

CRD

: County Roads Department

12

ESP

City

Dyersville

17927

ESL-2160(609)--7S-31

1ST AVE E: 3rd St to 4th St

Bridge Rehabilitation

$350

$161

4 FHWA Approved

11/17/2009 Has been let

PA

: Planning Agency

13

HBP

DOT-Pgm

District 6

481

BRF-136-1()--38-23

IA 136 : MISSISSIPPI R BR

Bridge Painting , Bridge Washing

$25

$0

0 FHWA Approved

Project complete except for lighting.

14

HBP

City

Camanche

13147

BROS-1040(601)--8J-23

9th St Bridge: Under 9th St

Bridge Replacement

$602

$482

0 FHWA Approved

9/21/2010 DOT Letting: Sep/21/2010

15

HBP

CRD

Delaware

9353

BROS-C028()--8J-28

265th Avenue: Ranch Road to 195th Street

Bridge Replacement

$300

$240

0 FHWA Approved

16

HBP

CRD

Clinton

15696

BRS-C023(85)--60-23

Y-54: Over BARBER CREEK

Bridge Replacement

$330

$264

0 FHWA Approved

5/18/2010 DOT Letting: May/18/2010

17

ILL

City

Camanche

18705

ILL-1040()--93-23

WASHINGTON BLVD: Hwy 67 to Hwy 67

Miscellaneous

$600

$0

0 FHWA Approved

Moved to FFY11

18

LOCAL

City

Farley

18012

CS-2497(603)--84-31

1ST ST S: 1ST ST S

Pavement Rehab

$1,947

$0

0 FHWA Approved

19

NHS

DOT-Pgm

District 6

501

NHS-30-9(71)--19-23

US 30: MISSISSIPPI R BRIDGE

Bridge Washing

$20

$0

0 FHWA Approved

$454

$234

0 FHWA Approved

$950

$760

0 FHWA Approved

12/21/2010 DOT Letting: Dec/21/2010

Moved to next Fiscal year

3/16/2010 Canceled Project administered by Illinois

20

NRT

CCB

Jackson

18490

NRT-NT10(2)--9G-49

Copper Creek Trail: Construction of a 1.9 mile crushed limestone trail Ped/Bike Grade & Pave that will connect the existing one mile copper Creek

21

SBP

CCB

Clinton

19713

SB-IA-C023(90)--2T-23

Mississippi River: Mississippi River Eco Tourism Center

Scenic or Historic Hwy.

22

SRTS

PA

RPA-08

18765

SRTS-U-PA08(001)--8U-00

Safe Routes to School: Jackson County Safe Routes to School

Trans Planning

$50

$50

0 FHWA Approved

6/9/2020 Local Letting: Jun/09/2010

Trans Planning

$60

$60

0 FHWA Approved

6/9/2020 Local Letting: Jun/09/2010

1/20/2010 Has been let

23

SRTS

PA

RPA-08

18762

SRTS-U-PA08(002)--8U-00

Western Dubuque Schools: Western Dubuque Safe Routes to School Plan

24

STP

PA

RPA-08

386

RGPL-PA08(PMS)--ST-00

ECIA : PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT DATA COLLECTION

Trans Planning

$13

$10

10 FHWA Approved

On going

25

STP

PA

RPA-08

478

RGPL-PA08(RTP)--ST-00

ECIA : RPA 8 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

Trans Planning

$52

$42

42 FHWA Approved

On going

26

STP

PA

RPA-08

6618

RGPL-PA08(UDS)--ST-00

ECIA : STATEWIDE URBAN DESIGN STANDARDS

Trans Planning

$8

$6

6 FHWA Approved

On going

27

STP

DOT-Pgm

District 6

16977

STP-()--2C-23

US 67: IN CLINTON FROM US 30TO IA 136-STATE SHARE

Pavement Rehab

$700

$0

0 FHWA Approved

Project administered by the City

28

STP

DOT-Pgm

District 6

16932

STP-136-1(58)--2C-23

IA 136: LOST NATION OT IA 64

Pavement Rehab

$3,434

$2,747

0 FHWA Approved

DOT Letting: Feb/2010

29

STP

DOT-Pgm

District 6

498

STP-52-0()--2C-49

US 52: MISSISSIPPI R BRIDGE

Bridge Washing

$545

$0

0 FHWA Approved

Project administered by Illinois

$226

$0

0 FHWA Approved

Project complete except for seeding.

30

STP

DOT-Pgm

District 6

16011

STP-61()--2C-23

US 61: WAPSIPINICON RIVER NEARSCOTT COUNTY LINE (NB Work Not Assigned & SB)

31

STP

CRD

Dubuque

3361

STP-S-C031(352)--5E-31

D-17: Budd Rd to Bankston Park Road

Pavement Rehab

$2,700

$900

900 FHWA Approved

32

STP

CRD

Dubuque

3359

STP-S-C031(53)--5E-31

Y13: City of Farley to City of Cascade

Subdrains , Pavement Widening

$2,647

$650

650 FHWA Approved

33

STP

CRD

Dubuque

14415

STP-S-C031(900)--5E-31

Y-13: City of Farley to City of Cascade

Pave , Granular Shoulders

$2,800

$700

700 TIP Approved

34

STP

CRD

Dubuque

12943

STP-S-C049(48)--5E-49

D-53: St. Donatus to 253rd Ave.

Grading

$1,000

$800

800 FHWA Approved

35

STP

City

Clinton

13145

STP-U-1415()--27-23

City of Clinton: Travel Demand Forecast model maintenance

Planning Study

$5

$4

4 FHWA Approved

Ped/Bike Grade & Pave

$74

$59

59 FHWA Approved

36

STP

City

Manchester

13346

STP-U-4682(RVFRTb)--70-28

Riverfront Park: W. Marion St. Bridge to MAIN ST BRIDGE WALKWAY

37

STP

City

Maquoketa

13144

STP-U-4742()--27-49

City of Maquoketa: travel Demand Forecast model maintenance

Planning Study

$2

$2

2 FHWA Approved

38

STP

City

Maquoketa

11741

STP-U-4742(IA64)--70-49

MAIN ST: MAIN ST TEAP Study to REPLACEMENT

Traffic Signals

$25

$20

20 FHWA Approved

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RPA 8 Final FY 2010-2013 Transportation Improvement Program Map TPMS NUMBERS ON MAP CORRESPOND WITH TPMS NUMBERS ON SPREADSHEET Prepared by ECIA 05-27-10 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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Status of Transit Projects Programmed in FFY 2010

No: Type of Expenditure

Rural Transit Authority (RTA) Description Type of Project

R1 R2

Operating Operating

General Operations JARC Operations

Expansion

R3

Capital

(2) 158"wb Light Duty Buses

Replacement

R4

Operating

New Freedoms

Expansion

R5

Capital

Bus Maintenance Equipment

Expansion

R6

Capital

Radio Tower

Replacement

R7

Capital

Paving Dubuque Facility

Expansion

No: Type of Expenditure M1

Operating

Vehicle ID

861,649

General Operations Heavy Duty Bus

Replacement

470,471,472,473

M4

Capital

Light Duty Diesel Bus

Replacement

427,562,560

Planning

Status On going

Capital

E1

On going On going Re Programmed to FY 11 On going Re Programmed to FY 11 Re Programmed to FY 11 Re Programmed to FY 11

Clinton Municipal Transit Administration (MTA) Description Type of Project Vehicle ID

M3

No: Type of Expenditure

Status

Re Programmed to FY 11 Re Programmed to FY 11

East Central Intergovernmental Association (ECIA) Description Type of Project Vehicle ID RPA 8 Transportation Planning

Planning

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Status On going

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Operations & Maintenance (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 your jurisdictions. A majority of the local O&M revenue data should be available from the road use tax finance reports that cities and counties submit to the Iowa DOT.

Operations Maintanance Operations Maintanance Operations Maintanance Operations Maintanance Operations Maintanance Operations Maintanance Operations Maintanance Operations Maintanance Operations Maintanance

RPA 8 Memebers Federal aid Revenue & Spending Miles 2011 2012 2013 Clinton County (revenue for each year $4,959,061) $761,808 $792,280 $823,972 1,008 $1,206,726 $1,254,995 $1,305,195 City of Clinton (revenue for each year $6,872,792) $203,704 $211,852 $220,326 157 $601,952 $626,030 $651,072 City of DeWitt (revenue for each year $4,393,478) $19,266 $20,036 $20,838 36 $94,796 $98,588 $102,532 Delaware County (revenue for each year $5,411,915) $527,578 $548,681 $570,628 908 $1,008,828 $1,049,181 $1,091,148 City of Manchester (revenue for each year $3,117,547) $48,581 $50,524 $52,545 34 $96,215 $100,064 $104,067 Dubuque County (revenue for each year $8,710,581) $1,078,551 $1,121,693 $1,166,560 723 $1,488,465 $1,548,003 $1,609,923 Jackson County (revenue for each year $4,176,953) $782,063 $813,345 $845,879 829 $1,032,300 $1,073,592 $1,116,536 City of Maquoketa (revenue for each year $900,395) $32,478 $33,777 $35,128 36 $78,070 $81,193 $84,441 RPA 8 (revenue for each year $39,602,722) $3,454,028 $3,592,189 $3,735,876 3,730 $5,607,353 $5,831,647 $6,064,913

2014 $856,930 $1,357,403 $229,139 $677,114 $21,671 $106,633 $593,454 $1,134,794 $54,647 $108,229 $1,213,223 $1,674,320 $879,714 $1,161,198 $36,533 $87,818 $3,885,311 $6,307,510

Process Explanation: The 2009 Revenue, Operations and Mainantnace numbers are provided by IADOT for each county and City Staff used 4% inflation for each year for spending and projected the 2009 numbers to 2014 Staff used 0% inflation for revenue and projected the 2009 numbers to 2014

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Fund Availability Iowa STP Program Adopted STP Fund Distribution System At the October 19, 1999 meeting, the RPA Policy Board adopted a distribution system for uncommitted STP funds. In this system, the funds are distributed by a sub-allocation process. Each jurisdiction’s share of the funds will be determined by the Census population. The cities of Clinton, Manchester, Maquoketa and Dewitt will receive a share based on the population within the incorporated limits of the city. The four counties will each receive a share based on the population of the unincorporated area plus the population of all cities in the county under 5,000 population. Jurisdictions eligible for STP funds that do not receive a sub-allocation will have the opportunity to request funding from the county as follows: 1. Cities below 5,000 population, transit agencies, and the Iowa DOT can request funds from the four counties. 2. Transit agencies providing service within cities greater than 5,000 in population and the Iowa DOT can request funds from the cities over 5,000 population. Based on this distribution system, the eight eligible jurisdictions would receive the following shares of uncommitted STP funds: 2000 Census Population Suballoc Share Multiplier

Anticipated FFY2011 Target(2)

Anticipated FFY2012 Target(2)

Anticipated FFY2013 Target(2)

Anticipated FFY2014 Target(2)

Sub Allocations Before taking Funds from top

$2,287,800

$2,287,000

$2,287,000

$2,287,000

Pavement Management Program RPA Planning by ECIA Staff Statewide Urban Design Specification (SUDAS)

-$10,348 -$52,300 -$6,366

-$10,348 -$52,300 -$6,366

-$10,348 -$52,300 -$6,366

-$10,348 -$52,300 -$6,366

Sub allocation amount

$2,218,786

$2,217,986

$2,217,986

$2,217,986

$359,185 $272,518 $377,073 $294,014 $575,674 $104,659 $108,970 $126,693

$359,055 $272,420 $376,937 $293,908 $575,466 $104,621 $108,931 $126,647

$359,055 $272,420 $376,937 $293,908 $575,466 $104,621 $108,931 $126,647

$359,055 $272,420 $376,937 $293,908 $575,466 $104,621 $108,931 $126,647

Clinton County Delaware County Dubuque County Jackson County City of Clinton City of DeWitt City of Manchester City of Maquoketa Total Population In RPA 8

17,328 13,147

16.19% 12.28%

18,191

16.99%

14,184 27,772 5,049 5,257 6,112

13.25% 25.95% 4.72% 4.91% 5.71%

107,040

FFY2011-2014 targets are based on the new regional area boundary and population for purposes of determining suballocated amounts. Updated on 06/17/2010 by Chandra Ravada, ECIA

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All project cost are developed using year of expenditure dollars. Region 8 Surface Transportation Program (STP) Funds Status Federal Fiscal Year

STP Target

Target

Projected

Programmed

Balance

Qrtly Report Balance (3/31/2010)*

$5,404,931

2010

$906,000

$4,498,931

2011

$2,287,800

$3,047,045

$3,739,686

2012

$2,287,000

$1,304,045

$4,722,641

2013

$2,287,000

$64,045

$6,945,596

2014

$2,287,000

$1,114,045

$8,118,551

* The Dollar amounts include FFY 2010 Targets and are subjected to change based on the IDOT quarterly reports

Projects Programmed in TIP & STIP FFY 2010 FFY 2011 FFY2012 ECIA Pavement Mgmt SUDAS RPA Planning Clinton Travel Demand Model Maquoketa Travel Demand Model Clinton County 12' E63/190 ST From Hwy 61 to Y-70 Delaware County 10' X47 11' X21 Dubuque County 10' Y13 City of Farley to City of Cascade 11' Y13 City of Farley to City of Cascade 11' D17 14' D-41 Jackson County 10' D53 12' D53 City of DeWitt 11' 11TH ST (From 6th Ave to Silver Creek Bridge) City of Manchester 10' Riverfront Park Bikeway-Walkway City of Maquoketa Main Street TEAP Study Total

Authorized Authorized Authorized Authorized Authorized

$10,340 $6,366 $41,839 $4,000 $1,500

$10,340 $6,366 $41,839 $4,000 $1,500

FFY2013 $10,340 $6,366 $41,839 $4,000 $1,500

FFY2014 $10,340 $6,366 $41,839 $4,000 $1,500

$640,000 $256,000 $800,000 $650,000 $700,000 $900,000 $1,050,000 Authorized $600,000 $563,000 Authorized

$906,000

$20,000 $3,047,045

RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2011-2014

$1,304,045

$64,045

$1,114,045

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Transportation Enhancement (TE) Program At the October 19, 1999 meeting, the RPA Policy Board adopted a procedure for the funding of the RPA’s TE funds. In this system, funds are to be awarded by a competitive process. The ECIA staff distributes a letter of solicitation to all RPA 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 RPA Technical Advisory Committee (Appendix D). The Technical Advisory Committee then makes their recommendations to the RPA 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. ECIA programs these funds for the four-year period of the TIP based upon funding targets from the Iowa DOT and projected funding levels. Applications are limited in amount by a minimum funding request of $50,000 and a maximum of $250,000. Region 8 Transportation Enhancement (TE) Funds Status Target Federal Fiscal Year Qrtly Report Balance (3/31/2010)*

STP Target

2010

Projected

Programmed

Balance $904,218

$58,000

$846,218

2011

$179,793

$916,000

$110,011

2012

$180,000

$0

$290,011

2013

$180,000

$0

$470,011

* The Dollar amounts include FFY 2010 Targets and are subjected to change based on the IDOT quarterly reports

Projects Programmed in TIP & STIP FFY2010 FFY2011 FFY2012 FFY2013 FFY2014 28th Ave N (City of Clinton) $250,000 East Gate Walkway (City of Epworth) $166,000 S MAIN ST (City of Maquoketa) $250,000 Main St (City of Ryan) 0 0 0 0 $58,000 Y-13 (Dubuque Co) 250000 0 0 0 Total $58,000 $916,000 $0 $0 $0 Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program The Federal Bridge Replacement (BR) program is divided among three different governmental levels in the State of Iowa: the State, counties, and cities. About 42% of the funds go to State bridges, another 47% to the 99 counties, and the remaining 11% are distributed to cities.

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County Bridge Program 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. City Bridge Program 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.

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RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Transportation Projects for FFY 2011 - 2014

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Regional Planning Affiliation 8 (FY 2011-2014 Transportation Improvement Program) Final July 09, 2010

FY 2011 ( October 1, 2010 to September 30, 2011) TPMS Project # NO Sponsor Location Status Type of work STP Surface Transportation Program 386 RGPL-PA08(PMS)--ST-00 1 Pavement Management and Data Collection RPA 8 Trans Planning 6618 RGPL-PA08(UDS)--ST-00 2 Urban Design Specifications Manual RPA 8 Trans Planning 478 RGPL-PA08(RTP)--ST-00 3 RPA 8 Transportation Planning in RPA 8 area Trans Planning 13145 STP-U-1415()--27-23 4 Clinton Travel Demand Forecast model maintenance Trans Planning 19909 STP-U-1855()--70-23 11TH ST: From 6th Ave to Silver Creek 5 Dewitt Bridge Overlay and storm water improvements 12968 STP-S-C028(70)--5E-28 6 Delaware CRD X-21: 240th Street to Jefferson Rd Letting 11/16/2010 Bridge Replacement 19771 STP-()--2C-23 7 IADOT IA 136: WCL Clinton to Charlotte Pavement Rehab 3361 STP-S-C031(352)--5E-31 8 Dubuque CRD D-17: Budd Rd to Bankston Park Road Pavement Rehab 14415 STP-S-C031(900)--5E-31 9 Dubuque CRD Y-13: City of Farley to City of Cascade Pave , Granular Shoulders 3354 STP-S-C031(355)--5E-31 10 Dubuque CRD D-41: Sundown Road to US 151 Pavement Rehab/Widen

Length FHWA # Sec: Township ------------1.05 Miles

Project Funding Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total

-- Federal Aid -0.1 Miles --16.3 Miles --8.5 Miles --10.6 Miles ------

RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2011-2014

Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA

Programmed Amounts in 1,000 FY 11

Remarks

FY 12 FY 13 FY 14

$13 $10 $10 $8 $6 $6 $52 $42 $42 $5 $4 $4 $775

--------------

--------------

--------------

$563

--

--

--

$563 $1,000 $800 $800 $4,700 $3,760 -$2,700 $900 $900 $2,800 $700 $700 ----

-----------------

---------------------------- $1,300 -- $1,050 -- $1,050

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--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--


TPMS Project # NO Sponsor Location Status Type of work STP Surface Transportation Program 13144 STP-U-4742()--27-49 11 Maquoketa Travel Demand Forecast model Trans Planning 11741 STP-U-4742(IA64)--70-49 12 Maquoketa MAIN ST: MAIN ST TEAP Study Replace Traffic Signals 14684 FM-C049(52)--55-49 D53/Centerville Road: From 230th Avenue 13 Jackson CRD to 239th Avenue Letting 01/18/2012

Grading & Bridge Replacement

Length FHWA # Sec: Township ------2.49 Miles

Project Funding Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total

Programmed Amounts in 1,000 FY 11

Remarks

FY 12 FY 13 FY 14

$2 -$2 -$2 -$25 -$20 -$20 --- $1,400

--------

--------

-- Federal Aid

--

$600

--

--

-- Regional FA

--

$600

--

--

$606

--

--

--

-- Federal Aid

$485

--

--

--

-- Regional FA

$250

--

--

--

$550

--

--

--

$250

--

--

--

$250 $207

---

---

---

$166

--

--

--

$166 $425 $250 $250 $72 $58 -----

-------$300 $250 $250

-----------

-----------

--

--

--

Demo 15921 14

DeWitt

Enhancement 15108 15

Clinton Letting 11/16/2010 17030

16

17

18

19

Epworth 17653 Maquoketa Letting 10/19/2010 18805 Ryan Letting 11/16/2010 18969 Dubuque CRD

HDP-1855()--71-23 6th Avenue: From 400 block of 6th Avenue south to Union Pacific Railroad Pavement Rehab/Widen

0.42 Miles Total

STP-E-1415(620)--8V-23 28TH AVE N: From the 27th Avenue N/N 13th Street intersection east and north to the MRT Trail connection Ped/Bike Development STP-E-2405()--8V-31 East Gate Walkway: West of Bierman Rd to North of Jacoby Dr East Ped/Bike Development STP-E-4742(616)--8V-49 S MAIN ST: Monroe St to Carlisle St Ped/Bike Structures STP-E-6700(601)--8V-28 Main St: Washington St to Franklin St Ped/Bike Structures STP-E-C031(990)--8V-31 Y-13: City of Farley to City of Cascade Ped/Bike Structures

1.34 Miles Total -- Federal Aid -- Regional FA 0.53 Miles Total -- Federal Aid -0.5 Miles --6.2 Miles --3.91 Miles ---

Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA

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--

--

--

--

--

--


TPMS NO Sponsor Status National Highway Sytem 14726 20

IADOT

Safe Routes to School 19910 21 Delaware

22

19911 Clinton

Primary Road Fund 501 23 IADOT 16977 24

IADOT

25

481 IADOT 18551

26

IADOT

Project # Location Type of work

Length FHWA # Sec: Township

Project Funding

HDP-67(LBTYSQ)--6B-23 US 30: S 14TH ST TO S 4TH ST In Clinton Stage 2 (LIBERTY SQ) Grade and Pave, Right of Way

-- Total

SRTS-PA08()--2U-28 Delaware County Safe Routes to School Trans Planning SRTS-PA08()--2U-23 Clinton County Safe Routes to School Trans Planning

-------20860 -2.8 Miles

NHSN-30-9(71)--2R-23 US 30/US 30 : MISSISSIPPI R BRIDGE Bridge painting NHSN-67()--2R-23 US 67: In Clinton From US 30 to IA 136State Share Pavement Rehab STPN-136-1()--2J-23 IA 136 : MISSISSIPPI R BRIDGE Bridge painting STPN-151()--2J-31 US 151: Branch Praire Creek 8.4 Miles North of Cascade Bridge Deck Overlay

Programmed Amounts in 1,000 FY 11

Remarks

FY 12 FY 13 FY 14

$2,300 $9,977

--

--

-- Federal Aid

-- $7,982

--

--

-- Regional FA

--

--

--

--

Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA

$50,000 $50,000 -$50,000 $50,000 --

-------

-------

-------

Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total

$20 --$696

$20 ----

$20 ----

$20 ----

--

--

--

--

--

-$25 ----

-$25 ----

--$25 $2,025 ----$251 --

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

-- $4,960 ------ $2,900

-----

-----

-- Federal Aid

--

--

--

--

-- Regional FA

--

--

--

--

-- Federal Aid --21055 ---

Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total

24100 Federal Aid -- Regional FA

--

--

--

--

--

Illustrative 27

18705 Camanche 19935

28

Clinton

ILL-1040()--93-23 WASHINGTON BLVD: From Hwy 67 to Hwy 67 Work not Assigned ILL-1415()--93-23 19TH AVE N: From N 2nd St to Mill Creek Park Way Grade and Pave

2.61 Miles --1.27 Miles

RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2011-2014

Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total

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--

--


TPMS NO Sponsor Status Highway Bridge Program 15697 29 Clinton CRD Letting 05/17/2011 16650 30 Clinton CRD Letting 05/15/2011

4731 31

Delaware CRD

32

9353 Delaware CRD

33

4729 Delaware CRD

34

7676 Delaware CRD

35

498 IADOT 18353

36

Jackson CRD Letting 01/19/2011

Project # Location Type of work BRS-C023(87)--60-23 Y-44: Over CALAMUS CREEK Bridge Replacement BRS-C023(88)--60-23 Y54: Over creek Bridge Replacement BROS-C028()--5F-28 W-69: 255th St to 240th St Bridge Replacement BROS-C028()--8J-28 265th Avenue: Ranch Road to 195th Street Bridge Replacement BROS-C028()--8J-28 197th Avenue: 275th Street to 295th Street Bridge Replacement BROS-C028()--8J-28 267TH ST: Over Turtle Creek Bridge Replacement BHF-52-0()--2L-49 US 52: MISSISSIPPI R BRIDGE Bridge Washing BRS-C049(49)--60-49 E1e: 1/4 mile east of bridge to 1/4 mile west of bridge Bridge Replacement

Length FHWA # Sec: Township 0.1 Miles 121950 -0.1 Miles 123610 -0.2 Miles 141170 -0.25 Miles 141530 -0.2 Miles 139790 -0.2 Miles 139790 --29940 -0.5 Miles

Project Funding Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total Federal Aid Regional FA Total

193520 Federal Aid -- Regional FA

RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2011-2014

Programmed Amounts in 1,000 FY 11

Remarks

FY 12 FY 13 FY 14

$300 $240 ----$300 $250 -$300 $240 -------$20 --$600

---$315 $252 -------$300 $240 ----$20 ----

------------------$20 ----

---------------$500 $400 -$20 ----

$480

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

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--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--


RPA 8 Draft FY 2011-2014 Transportation Improvement Program Map TPMS NUMBERS ON MAP CORRESPOND WITH TPMS NUMBERS ON SPREADSHEET Prepared by ECIA 05-27-10 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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RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Transit Projects for FFY 2011 - 2014

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Regional Planning Affiliation 8 (FY 2011-2014 Transportation Improvement Program) FY 2011 ( October 1, 2010 to September 30, 2011) NO

Federal Funds

Sponsor ECIA Sec 5304 1 RPA RTA Sec 5311 2 RTA Sec 3037 3 RTA Sec 5317 4 RTA Sec 5317 5 RTA Sec 5309 6 RTA Sec 5309 7 RTA Sec 5309 8 RTA Sec 5309 9 RTA Sec 5309 10 RTA Sec 5309 11 RTA Sec 5309 12 RTA Sec 5309 13 RTA

Type of Description Expenditure Type of Project Planning Planning Operating Operating Continuation Operating Continuation Operating Expansion Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Expansion Capital Replacement Capital Expansion

RPA Planning/Coordination

General Operations JARC Operations New Freedoms New Freedoms (2) 176" Light Duty Bus. ID : 861,649 (2) 176" Light Duty Bus. ID : 650,666 (2) 176" Light Duty Bus. ID : 384,94 (2) 176" Light Duty Bus. ID : 28,29 176" Light Duty Bus. ID : 1 Bus Maintenanace Equipment Radio Tower Paving Dubuque Facility

Transit Project Funding Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid

RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2011-2014

Final July 09, 2010 Programmed Amounts FY 11 $30,098 $24,078

FY 12

FY 13 ---

Remarks FY 14

---

---

$1,244,070 $1,281,392 $1,319,834 $1,359,429 $205,452 $211,616 $217,964 $224,503 $237,000 ---$99,000 ---$19,000 ---$8,400 ---$39,000 ---$16,000 ---$148,000 ---$122,840 ----- $148,000 ---- $122,840 ----- $148,000 ---- $122,840 ----- $148,000 ---- $122,840 ---$74,000 ---$61,420 $20,000 ---$16,000 ---$5,500 ---$4,400 ---$44,000 ---$35,200 ----

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STA 2011 $234,483


NO

Federal Funds

Sponsor MTA Sec 5311 14 MTA Sec 5309 15 MTA Sec 5309 16 MTA Sec 5309 17 MTA Sec 5309 18 MTA Sec 5309 19 MTA Sec 5309 20 MTA Sec 5309 21 MTA Sec 5309 22 MTA Sec 5309 23 MTA Sec 5309 24 MTA Sec 5309 25 MTA Sec 5309 26 MTA Sec 5309 27 MTA Sec 5309 28 MTA

Type of Description Expenditure Type of Project Operating Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Replacement Capital Expansion Capital Expansion Capital Replacement

General Operations Heavy Duty Bus (35' low floor HD bus) (security). ID: 9743(470) Heavy Duty Bus (30' low floor HD bus) (security). ID:471 Heavy Duty Bus (30' low floor HD bus) (security). ID: 9744(472), 473 (2) 176" Light Duty Bus (security). ID : 427,9851 (1) 158" Light Duty Bus (security). ID : 562 (1) 138" Light Duty Bus. ID : 563 (1) 138" Light Duty Bus. ID : 564 Van. ID 593 (1) 176" Light Duty Bus. ID : 640 Light Duty Diesel Bus. ID: 150 Service Truck - Diesel 4X4. ID: 457 GPS Technology/AVL Locator Vehicle Hoist Dispatching Software

Project Funding Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid Total Federal Aid

RPA 8 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2011-2014

Programmed Amounts

Remarks

FY 11

FY 12

FY 13

FY 14

$831,142 $415,571 ----$734,000 $609,220 $186,000 $154,380 $87,000 $72,210 $81,000 $67,230 -----------------

$831,142 $415,571 $375,000 $311,561 $367,000 $304,610 --------$81,000 $67,230 $29,000 $23,200 --$81,000 $67,230 $41,600 $33,280 -------

$831,142 $415,571 ----------------$93,000 $77,190 ----$260,000 $208,000 $40,000 $32,000 $75,000 $60,000

$831,142 $415,571 -----------------------------

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STA 2011 $168,000


RPA 8 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROGRAM

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 weeks 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. Administrative Modification A minor revision to a TIP is an administrative modification. It includes minor changes/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, 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.

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•

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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Resolution ECIA Regional Planning Affiliation FFY 2011-2014 Transportation Improvement Program WHEREAS, the ECIA–RPA Transportation Improvement Program information is developed as a description and justification of transportation improvements proposed for Federal Fiscal years of 2011 through 2014; and, WHEREAS, the East Central Intergovernmental Association Regional Planning Affiliation has been formed in cooperation with the Iowa Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Federal Transit Administration to jointly plan and program federal and state transportation improvements in the Region; and, WHEREAS, the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users makes available federal highway and transit funding to make improvements in the State of Iowa and the ECIA–RPA region; now, therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ECIA Regional Planning Affiliation that the FFY 2011–2014 Transportation Improvement Program is hereby approved.

Adopted this on 9th of July 2010.

______________________________ Donna Smith Chair, RPA Policy Board

_____________________ Date

ATTEST:

_______________________________ Kelley Deutmeyer Executive Director, ECIA

_____________________ Date

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RPA TIP 2011-2014  

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