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Transportation Resource Oversight Committee Meeting (LaPorte County)

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

1:00 pm CST at LaPorte Parks & Rec Dept.


Agenda


  1. Welcome, Pledge of Allegiance


  2. Meeting Minutes of August 28, 2018

    ACTION REQUESTED: Approval


  3. FY 19-22 Spending Plan

    See attachment


  4. NOFA Guidelines / Instructions

    ACTION REQUESTED: Discussion

    See handout to be provided before the meeting


  5. Other New Business


  6. Public Comments


  7. Adjournment. Next meeting is October 23, 2018 @ 1:00 pm CST at LaPorte Parks & Rec Dept. If no business is required, it will be cancelled prior.


If anyone cannot attend the meeting but would like to participate via teleconference please contact Charles Bradsky at 219-254-2509 or cbradsky@nirpc.org and request the NIRPC’s conference call in number and access code. This request must be made for each meeting and at least 24 hours in advance.

Transportation Resource & Oversight Committee LaPorte County

August 28, 2018 MINUTES


In attendance were Justin Kiel (LaCrosse), Mitchell Bishop (LaPorte County), Tom MacLennan (LaPorte Transporte), Beth Shrader (City of LaPorte) and Craig Phillips (Michigan City). NIRPC staff included Charles Bradsky and Candi Eklund.


Charles Bradsky called the meeting to order at 1:45 p.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance.


Approval of Minutes

The minutes of the July 24, 2018 meeting were approved as presented on motion by Mitch Bishop and second by Justin Kiel.


FY 19-22 Spending Plan

Charles Bradsky discussed the spending plan and stated the total available funds remaining for FY 2019 is

$763,342. Charles also stated there are no amendments to the TIP due to the new Regional TIP (RTIP). Charles also said there were no Lettings in July or August but there will be one in September.


Beth Shrader inquired if a DES number could be obtained for the US 35 bridge enhancement project. Charles Bradsky will contact Amber Thomas, the project manager for INDOT projects, to discuss.


New Business

  1. LaPorte County requested $9,575.18 in federal funding for two change orders for sidewalks in Rolling Prairie and Hanna Township, DES #1400774. On motion by Craig Phillips and second by Beth Shrader, the TROC Committee approved the funding.

  2. LaPorte County requested $6,352 in federal funding for three Change Orders for the Lincoln Trail, DES #1382604. On motion by Justin Kiel and second by Beth Shrader, the TROC Committee approved the funding.

  3. The City of La Porte requested $74,400 in federal funding for an expansion of updating their asset management plan, DES #1702262. On motion by Craig Phillips and second by Justin Kiel, the TROC Committee approved the funding.

  4. Michigan City requested $73,100 in federal funding for their asset management inventory plan, which is a new project. Charles Bradsky will send the spreadsheet to Craig Phillips to request a new

DES number. On a motion by Beth Shrader and second by Mitch Bishop, the TROC Committee approved the funding.


After deducting the approved requests above, the remaining budget for FY 2019 is $599,815.82.


Mitch Bishop requested $150,000 for FY 2019 or FY 2020 for surveys and environmental documents for an upcoming project. Charles Bradsky and Mitch Bishop will discuss further off-line.


Craig Phillips may be adding a project for safety improvements at the intersection of Wabash Street and

    1. Route 12. Craig and Charles will discuss further off-line.


      Beth Shrader stated she is doing a cost analysis for a diesel retrofit vehicle. She may be requesting $11,000 for this vehicle. Charles Bradsky will investigate and communicate with Beth so it can be added to the agenda for next month.

      The Fiscal Management Information Systems (FMIS) letters being sent to INDOT needs to be submitted to Charles by September 10, 2018. If submitted after this date, they will have to wait a month for any FMIS approval letters.


      The new bike maps are now available and several communities picked them up after the meeting.


      Public Comments

      There were no public comments.


      Adjournment

      There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 2:45 pm. Charles will be out of town on the next scheduled meeting date on September 25. He sent an email to the Committee requesting to reschedule the meeting for the preceding week. Notification will be sent when a meeting date and time have been established.

      Row ID

      Des #

      Sponsor

      Route

      Work Type

      Location

      Letting Date

      Federal Fund Type

      Year

      Phase

      In TIP or SPMS

      Only

      Risk

      Comments

      TIP 2019

      Actual Obligated 2019

      TIP 2020

      TIP 2021

      2022

      Post-TIP

      Quarterly Notes / Comments

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TA

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TAP/TE-TA

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TA

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TA

      All sources


      13

      0301165

      Michigan City

      Singing Sands Trail I (MC)

      Bike/Pedestrian Facilities

      Michigan City - Singing Sands Lighthouse Trail Phase 1, Porter Co to MC

      3/6/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2019

      3_CN


      $ 126,000

      3_Med Schedule

      STG 3 est- CN

      $2,463,276($1,970,621

      Fed); CE$343,675($274,940)

      18 Q3 - Agreement with NICTD (passenger & freight) almost completed. Amtrak still aways off. Confusion with language in agreements. INDOT is paying Amtrak to construct trail on their ROW; but MC will own trail. MC needs to discuss project with all parties at same time to clear confusion.

      Funding increased $126,000 on June 26,2018 to cover inflation.


      14

      1401028

      LaPorte

      Chessie Trail I

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      From Truesdell Ave NW to East Shore Pkwy at Pine Lake Ave

      5/10/2018

      CMAQ Mich City UZA

      2018

      1_PE


      $ 14,821

      1_Zero Obligated

      Added March 2018 TROC


      $ 14,821


      $ 14,821

      18 Q3 - Sent letter to Marcia for these funds


      15

      1702262

      LaPorte

      Sign Inventory

      City-wide (all sign types)

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2018

      1_PE


      $ 74,400


      16

      1401028

      LaPorte

      Chessie Trail I

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      From Truesdell Ave NW to East Shore Pkwy at Pine Lake Ave

      5/10/2018

      CMAQ Mich City UZA

      2018

      2_RW


      $ 16,636

      1_Zero Obligated

      AM April 18; Added to cover extra costs April TROC


      $ 16,636

      18 Q3 - Sent letter to Marcia for these funds


      17

      1500422

      LaPorte

      Sidewalks

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      SRTS near Handley Elementary School.

      3/6/2019

      FHWA TAP

      (LaPorte)

      2019

      3_CN


      $ 194,020

      3_Med Schedule

      Decreased $26,699 and moved to 2019 TC$242,525/

      Fed$194,020/ Non- fed$48,505


      $ 194,020

      18 Q3 - LaPorte wishes to move letting to 3/6/2019 from 12/12/2018. No other risk. $126,750 is PYB monies. See email string on 2/23. 18 Q4 - want to rescope and expand limits without adding to budget Move letting to March 6, 2019.


      18

      1382219

      LaPorte County

      Johnson Rd

      Intersection improv. With new signals

      Johnson Rd Int Imp @ CR 400 North (Keiffer Rd)

      3/6/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2019

      2_RW


      $ 19,056

      2_Low Schedule

      Q3LQR- CN est

      $1,100,020 ($890,000 fed) CE $150,000 ($110,000)

      Funding increased to $19,056 on June 26,2018


      19

      1382219

      LaPorte County

      Johnson Rd

      Intersection improv. With new signals

      Johnson Rd Int Imp @ CR 400 North (Keiffer Rd)

      3/6/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2019

      3_CN


      $ 1,000,000

      2_Low Schedule

      Q3LQR- CN est

      $1,100,020 ($890,000 fed) CE $150,000 ($110,000)


      $ 1,000,000

      18 Q3 - Month Risk; permits. Scope estimate - good. $300,000 is PYB monies. See email string on 2/23.


      20

      1601868

      LaPorte County

      KIP

      Signs, Other

      at entrance & within Kingsbury Industrial Park

      4/11/2018

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2018

      2_RW


      $ 28,528

      Added March 2018 TROC


      $ 28,528

      County requesting an increase of $4,920 (from $30,740 fed to $35,660 fed) TC $44,575 ($35,660 fed) and move to FY 19.


      21

      1601868

      LaPorte County

      KIP

      Signs, Other

      at entrance & within Kingsbury Industrial Park

      3/6/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2019

      3_CN


      $ 149,600

      4_ High Schedule

      move to March 2019


      $ 149,600

      18 Q3 - Need funding & time for ROW, (they may get $$ locally); May need to move to Q1 FY 20.


      22

      1172288

      LaPorte

      US 35 bridge

      Bike/Pedestrian Enhancements

      US 35 over RR north of US 2/Lincolnway

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2019

      3_CN


      $ 212,000

      2_Low

      Tied to INDOT project

      Funding increased to $212,000 on June 26,2018. MOU finalized between LaPorte & INDOT Total costs for 'Z' items $263,641.35


      23

      Pending

      Transporte

      Propane

      Fuel Purchase/ Operating Expense

      N/A

      N/A

      CMAQ Mich City UZA

      2019


      $ 20,000

      Funding increased to $20,000 on June 26,2018


      24

      1382604

      LaPorte County

      Lincoln Trail

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      From US 421 W to Existing Lincoln Trail AND Sidewalks within Town of Westville

      3/14/2018

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2019

      1_PE


      $ 150,000

      Additional $142,280

      Funding increased to $150,000 on June 26,2018


      25

      1700756

      LaPorte

      Sidewalks

      Bike/Pedestrian Facilities

      Construct Sidewalks at various locations in City of LaPorte.

      9/11/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2020

      3_CN


      $ 120,000

      2_Low


      $ 120,000

      18 Q3 - Discuss further at TROC, but scope is flexible to fit funding. Project to be combined with 1700758

      18 Q4 - Verify Letting


      27

      1700758

      LaPorte

      local street

      Road Preventive Maintenance

      At various locations in City of LaPorte.

      9/25/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2020

      3_CN


      $ 260,000

      2_Low


      $ 260,000

      18 Q3 - Discuss further at TROC, but scope is flexible to fit funding. Project to be combined with 1700756. Funding increased to $260,000 on June 26,2018. 18 Q4 - Verify Letting


      24

      1601922

      LaCrosse

      Sidewalks

      Bike/Pedestrian Facilities

      Construct Sidewalks at various locations in City of LaCrosse.

      3/6/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2019

      3_CN


      $ 100,000

      2_Low

      Increase Award

      $20,000 TC$125,000/

      Fed$100,000/ Non- Fed$25,000


      $ 100,000

      18 Q3 - Schedule, estimate scope OK STG3 10/11/18

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      Row ID

      Des #

      Sponsor

      Route

      Work Type

      Location

      Letting Date

      Federal Fund Type

      Year

      Phase

      In TIP or SPMS

      Only

      Risk

      Comments

      TIP 2019

      Actual Obligated 2019

      TIP 2020

      TIP 2021

      2022

      Post-TIP

      Quarterly Notes / Comments

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TA

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TAP/TE-TA

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TA

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TA

      All sources


      26

      1700757

      LaPorte

      Sidewalks

      Bike/Pedestrian Facilities

      Construct Sidewalks at various locations in City of LaPorte.

      3/19/2020

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2020

      3_CN


      $ 120,000

      2_Low


      $ 120,000

      18 Q3 - Discuss further at TROC, but scope is flexible to fit funding. 18 Q4 - Verify Letting


      28

      1700759

      LaPorte

      local street

      Road Preventive Maintenance

      At various locations in City of LaPorte.

      2/18/2020

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2020

      3_CN


      $ 100,000

      2_Low


      $ 100,000

      18 Q3 - Discuss further at TROC, but scope is flexible to fit funding. 18 Q4 - Verify Letting


      29

      1601867

      LaPorte

      Chessie Trail II

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      from Pine Lake Ave Entrance to Newporte Landing SW to J Street at 1st St.

      2/8/2021

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2020

      2_RW


      $ 160,000

      2_Low


      $ 160,000

      18 Q3 - Project just starting. 18 Q4 - still good, in infancy.


      30

      1592335

      LaPorte County

      Marquette

      /Singing Sands Trail (LPCO)

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      Along US 12 from IN/MI State Line to Meer Rd

      12/11/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2020

      3_CN


      $ 765,398

      4_High Schedule

      Q3LQR- CN est

      $956,749 ($765,398

      fed); CE $0 ?? CN funding amount?


      $ 765,398

      18 Q3 - Risk is high due to limited amount of coordination with AmTrak; Preliminary plans are in. More information next quarter.


      31

      1500324

      Michigan City

      Singing Sands Trail 2 (MC)

      Bike/Pedestrian Facilities

      Michigan City - Singing Sands Lighthouse Trail Phase 2, US 12 to Liberty Trail

      7/10/2019

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2020

      3_CN


      $ 1,619,422

      2_Low

      Q3LQR- CN est

      $1,500,000 ($1,200,000 fed); CE $187,500

      ($150,000 Fed) letting date?


      $ 1,619,422

      *Admin Mod Mar 18* change date from FY 19 to FY 20 July 10, 2019 Letting 18 Q3 - ROW in appraisals. $1,655,792.43 is PYB monies. See email string on 6/12.


      32

      1601869

      Michigan City

      Singing Sands Trail 3 (MC)

      Bike/Pedestrian Facilities

      Michigan City - Singing Sands Lighthouse Trail Phase 3, Liberty Trail to Meer Rd

      7/1/2020

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2020

      1_PE


      $ 74,553

      3_Med


      $ 74,553

      18 Q3 - Survey complete. Trail crosses Amtrak. City to begin design ASAP to get preliminary plans to Amtrak.


      33

      Pending

      MC

      Transporte

      N/A

      New Buses

      Purchase 2 buses for replacement

      CMAQ Mich City UZA

      2020


      $ 300,000


      $ 300,000

      requested and approved at the July 2018 ztROC meeting.


      34

      1700760

      LaPorte

      local street

      Road Preventive Maintenance

      At various locations in City of LaPorte.

      1/13/2021

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2021

      3_CN


      $ 200,000

      2_Low


      $ 200,000

      18 Q3 - Discuss further at TROC, but scope is flexible to fit funding. 18 Q4 - still good, in infancy.


      35

      1601867

      LaPorte

      Chessie Trail II

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      from Pine Lake Ave Entrance to Newporte Landing SW to J Street at 1st St.

      2/8/2021

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2021

      3_CN


      $ 960,000

      2_Low


      $ 960,000

      18 Q3 - Project just starting. 18 Q4 - still good, in infancy.


      36

      1601869

      Michigan City

      Singing Sands Trail 3 (MC)

      Bike/Pedestrian Facilities

      Michigan City - Singing Sands Lighthouse Trail Phase 3, Liberty Trail to Meer Rd

      7/1/2020

      STBG II Mich City UZA

      2021

      3_CN


      $ 811,809

      3_Med

      CN est $1,014,761 CE

      $121,771


      $ 811,809

      18 Q3 - Survey complete. Trail crosses Amtrak. City to begin design ASAP to get preliminary plans to Amtrak.


      37

      2021

      4_CE


      $ -

      Change Orders

      Des #

      Sponsor

      Route

      Work Type

      Location

      Letting Date

      Federal Fund Type

      Year

      CO #

      CO amount

      Approval date

      Comments

      Amount for NIRPC

      Approval date

      Comments

      Approval date

      Comments

      1400774

      LaPorte County

      Sidewalks

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      ADA Sidewalks in Union Mills, Hanna, & Rolling Prairie

      3/14/2018

      TAP II Mich City UZA


      2019


      1,2


      $ 9,575.18


      8/28/2018


      approved by TROC

      1382604

      LaPorte County

      Lincoln Trail

      Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities

      From US 421 W to Existing Lincoln Trail AND Sidewalks within Town of Westville

      3/14/2018

      CMAQ Mich City UZA


      2019


      1,2,3


      $ 6,352.00


      8/28/2018


      approved by TROC

      Estimated obligations


      $ 1,658,128


      $ 31,457


      $ -


      $ 194,020


      $ 3,139,373


      $ -


      $ -


      $ -


      $ 811,809


      $ -


      $ -


      $ 1,160,000


      $ -


      $ -


      $ -


      $ -


      $ -

      Change orders

      Estimated and actual obligations

      $ 1,658,128

      $ 31,457

      $ -

      $ 194,020

      $ 3,139,373

      $ -

      $ -

      $ -

      $ 811,809

      $ -

      $ -

      $ 1,160,000

      $ -

      $ -

      $ -

      $ -

      $ -


      2018-2021 fiscal constraint analysis

      Obligation authority per funding source per fiscal year

      $ 1,165,082

      $ 626,051

      $ 259,086

      $ 97,687

      2019

      $ 1,165,082

      $ 626,051

      $ 259,086

      $ 97,687

      $ 1,165,082

      $ 626,051

      $ 259,086

      $ 97,687

      $ 1,165,082

      $ 626,051

      $ 259,086

      $ 97,687

      $ 2,147,906

      Loans / payback from other UZAs

      Section 164 Penalty

      $ 72,192

      $ 72,192

      $ 72,192

      $ 72,192

      $ 72,192

      Prior year obligation authority balance

      Note3

      $ 300,000

      $ 126,750

      $ 1,655,792

      Total obligation authority

      $ 1,465,082.00

      $ 626,051.00

      $ 331,278.00

      $ 224,437.00

      $ 2,820,874.00

      $ 626,051.00

      $ 331,278.00

      $ 97,687.00

      $ 1,165,082.00

      $ 626,051.00

      $ 331,278.00

      $ 97,687.00

      $ 1,165,082.00

      $ 626,051.00

      $ 331,278.00

      $ 97,687.00

      $ 2,220,098.00

      Balance (Obligation authority less estimated and actual obligations)

      $ (193,046.00)

      $ 594,594.00

      $ 331,278.00

      $ 30,417.00

      $ -

      $ (318,499.00)

      $ 626,051.00

      $ 331,278.00

      $ 97,687.00

      $ 353,273.00

      $ 626,051.00

      $ 331,278.00

      $ (1,062,313.00)

      $ 1,165,082.00

      $ 626,051.00

      $ 331,278.00

      $ 97,687.00

      $ 72,192

      Grand total obligation authority per fiscal year

      $ 2,646,848.00

      $ 3,875,890.00

      $ 2,220,098.00

      $ 2,220,098.00

      $ 2,220,098.00

      Grand total of estimated and actual obligations per fiscal year

      $ 1,883,605.00

      $ 3,139,373.00

      $ 1,971,809.00

      $ -

      $ -

      Total available obligation authority per fiscal year

      $ 763,243

      $ 736,517

      $ 248,289

      $ 2,220,098

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      Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission Notice of Funds Availability – Fall 2018

      Multimodal Project Funding

      Every year NIRPC receives funding from the Federal Highway Administration for both the Chicago and the Michigan City UZAs. This breakdown is approximately:


      Chicago UZA (Group I)

      Michigan City UZA (Group II)

      STBG

      $ 11,951,000

      $ 1,165,000

      CMAQ

      $ 3,607,000

      $ 626,000

      HSIP

      $ 2,270,000

      $ 259,000

      TA

      $ 985,000

      $ 98,000

      Total

      $ 18,813,000

      $ 2,148,000


      What is available to the Region?


      Chicago UZA (Group I)

      Michigan City UZA (Group II)

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TA

      STBG

      CMAQ

      HSIP

      TA

      2020

      2021

      To be completed prior to November 19

      2022

      2023

      2024


      Percentages of available funds to be set aside


      Chicago UZA (Group I)

      Michigan City UZA (Group II)

      PE & R/W LID

      Risk

      Change Orders

      PE & R/W LID

      Risk

      Change Orders

      2020

      10 %

      1%

      1 ½ - 2 %

      10 %

      1%

      1 ½ - 2 %

      2021

      10%

      2%

      1 ½ - 2%

      10%

      2%

      1 ½ - 2%

      2022

      10%

      3%

      1 ½ - 2%

      10%

      3%

      1 ½ - 2%

      2023

      10%

      4%

      1 ½ - 2%

      10%

      4%

      1 ½ - 2%

      2024

      10%

      5%

      1 ½ - 2%

      10%

      5%

      1 ½ - 2%


      For more information about these funding categories, including eligibility requirements, please follow the links below:


Application Schedule


November 19, 2018

Applications are open to LPAs & transit operators for surface transportation projects and transit funding requests.

December 3-14, 2018

Scoping meetings between NIRPC and LPAs

January 4, 2019

Applications are due to NIRPC.

January 4 - 15, 2019

Projects are reviewed by committees & NIRPC.

February 26, 2019

Awarded funds for projects will be announced.


General Guidelines (to be) approved by NIRPC (TPC)

  1. Sponsor must provide NIRPC with a guarantee that their portion of the funding will be available for each phase and year of the project. Sponsors are encouraged to identify funding sources (public & private) that will be used for the sponsor’s portion of the project. This may include innovative financing techniques to ensure success for the project.

  2. The sponsor must provide an ADA/Title VI commitment letter and document if a project will advance progress on implementing their ADA transition plans

  3. Preliminary Engineering and Right of Way phases will be limited to a total of 10

    % of the estimated construction estimate. These funds will set aside for every project. After the completion of the NEPA document, if these funds are not needed, they will be returned to the general fund for future projects within the UZA.

  4. The preliminary engineering (PE) phase must start within the fiscal year in which that phase is programed. This may be paid entirely by the sponsor, or any combination of federal funds and the sponsor’s matching funds. If the sponsor cannot show that this phase has begun within this time frame, the project will risk its programming. The intent is for the sponsor to actually begin the project and work towards a the targeted letting date.

  5. If Right of Way (R/W, ROW) is required and federal funds are involved in this process, it must be completed in the fiscal year that it is programmed. The sponsor may elect not to seek funds for this phase at this time and apply for funds for this phase of the project at a later date.

  6. The application must include a map at sufficient enough scale to clearly identify beginning and ending points of the project. Sponsor’s are encouraged to include photographs or other visuals (on either 8 ½ x 11, 8 ½ x 14, or 11 x 17 paper) to identify the work required and to help explain the project to the reviewers.


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  7. The project must let in the fiscal year that it is programed.

    1. Only one exception will be allowed for the letting.

      1. The letting will be allowed to move to the next available year that there is available funding within the existing five-year program.

      2. If the revised letting cannot be made, the project will be eliminated from the TIP, NIRPC’s Spending Plan and lose all current commitment. Future work must wait until the next NOFA and the project will be required compete for future monies. Federal funds spent may or may not be required to be paid back to FHWA by the sponsor.

      3. FHWA guidelines must be followed for Preliminary Engineering. See https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/federalaid/150311.cfm .

  8. The total request for funds must not exceed 50% of the funding available for any given program.

    1. The maximum amount given for all phases for any project for any year will be 50% of the funding category.

    2. In cases where multiple funding category are used, the total amount requested must not exceed 50% of all programs asked.

  9. A project will not be allowed to change its scope in such a way that it appears to be an entirely different project.

    1. Exceptions will be allowed for:

      1. Changes in the project’s limits, upon approval of the Transportation Resources Oversight Committee (TROC).

      2. Downsizing of the scope or breaking the project into several phases, provided the funding request does not increase.

      3. Once a project is awarded, the funds programmed to that project shall remain with that project for the given year. If the project is eliminated or suspended, the funds are subject to reallocation.

  10. If a project is applying for funds from CMAQ or HSIP category, additional requirement must be met. For projects requesting CMAQ funding, please see https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/fastact/factsheets/cmaqfs.cfm . For HSIP funding please see https://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/legislationandpolicy/fast/guidance.cfm .

  11. Technical assistance from NIRPC will be available for these funding sources


Transit Funding Guidelines

TBD


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