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Technical Planning Committee

Tuesday, July 7, 2020, 10:00 A.M. Google Meet Information:

Meeting ID: meet.google.com/oti-asvs-sng Dial in: (US)+1 617-675-4444

PIN: 100 923 153 4788#


Agenda


6100 Southport Road

Portage, Indiana 46368

(219) 763-6060

www.nirpc.org


    1. Call to Order by Chairman

    2. Pledge of Allegiance

    3. Minutes of the May 12, 2020 meeting (pp. a-c)

ACTION REQUESTED: Approval


2.0 Public Comment on Agenda Items

This is an opportunity for comments from members of the audience. The amount of time available to speak will be limited to three (3) minutes. Commenters must indicate their wish to comment on the sign in sheet.

    1. Planning

    2. Living Streets Ordinance, Resolution #20-17 (pp. 1-6)

      Joe Exl will present on the update to NIRPC’s Complete Street Ordinance.

      ACTION REQUESTED: Vote to Recommend

    3. Congestion Management Process Preview

      Scott Weber will present on NIRPC's upcoming Congestion Management Process

      INFORMATIONAL

    4. UPWP Amendment #1 - Resolution 20-16 (p. 7)

James Winters will present on the updated NIRPC's UPWP. Updated UPWP includes additional language about regional planning efforts, and some added financial information pertaining to the CARES Act. (p. 8)

ACTION REQUESTED: Vote to Recommend


    1. Programming

    2. Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) #8 (pp. 9-15) INFORMATIONAL

    3. Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment #9

      1. TIP Amendment #9 Public Comment Report (p. 16)

        Charles Bradsky will present the public comment report on Amendment #9 to the TIP.

      2. Resolution #20-18, TIP Amendment #9 (pp. 17-60)

Charles Bradsky will present the draft changes included in Amendment #9 to the TIP.

ACTION REQUESTED: Vote to Recommend


5.0 Topical Committee Reports

No Committee Reports for July


6.0 Reports from Planning Partners


    1. Other Business, Staff Announcements and Upcoming Meetings

    2. Other Business

    3. Staff Announcements

    4. NIRPC Meetings/Events

      1. NIRPC Finance & Personnel Meeting - July 16th @ 8AM to be held virtually.

      2. NIRPC Full Commission / Executive Board - July 16th @ 9AM to be held virtually.

      3. NIRPC Transportation Resources Oversight Committee Meeting Lake & Porter Counties- July 28th @ 9AM to be held virtually.

      4. NIRPC Transportation Resources Oversight Committee Meeting La Porte County - July 28th @ 1PM to be held virtually.

      5. NIRPC Surface Transportation Committee Meeting - August 4th @ 9AM

      6. NIRPC Land Use Committee Meeting - August 6th @ 10:30AM

      7. NIRPC Ped Pedal & Paddle Committee Meeting - August 6th @ 1:30PM

      8. NOFA Schedule


    1. Next Meeting

      The next Technical Planning Committee meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in the Lake Michigan Room at NIRPC offices.

      Technical Planning Committee Virtual Meeting via WebEx May 12, 2020 10:00 a.m.

      Minutes


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      This meeting was convened as an electronic meeting, pursuant to Governor Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-04 and 20- 09, extended by Executive Order 20-25, allowing such meetings pursuant to IC 5-14-1.5-3.6 for the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency. All persons were meeting remotely on a WebEx platform that allowed for real time interaction, and supported the public’s ability to observe and record the proceedings. When the agenda item was provided for public comment, this was supported as well. A roll call was taken to motion and approve the agenda items.


      Kevin Breitzke called the meeting to order at 10:01 a.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance and Self-introductions.


      Committee members present were Kevin Breitzke, Blossom Mabon, David Wright, George Topoll, Dean Button, Kay Nelson, Robin Barzoni-Tillman, and Kelly Wenger.


      Others present were Amy Curtis and Kate Zale from the Etica Group, Lauri Keagle, Jessica Miller, Steve King, Terry Martin, Deb Backhus, Doug Ferguson, Tim Werner, Kathryn Vallis, and Craig Philips.


      Staff present were Mitch Barloga, Candice Eklund, James Winters, Scott Weber, Kevin Polette, Charles Bradsky, Dominique Edwards, Kathy Luther, Ty Warner, Peter Kimball, and Flor Baum.

      The minutes of the March 3, 2020 meeting were approved on motion by Dean Button and a second by David Wright. Public Comments

      Kevin Breitzke shared with the committee on the Covid-19 impact on gas tax projects, and how it is affecting all

      communities. On April 30, 2020, LTAP released the effects of motor vehicle highway, road and street accounts, and the local bridge. The Road Bridge Match Grant Fund that is known as Community Crossings is also being affected. There will be substantial reductions this summer on the amount of funding received because of the reduction gas tax.


      Planning

      Mitch Barloga presented on the Living Streets Resolution draft policy that is merging the Complete and Green Streets elements into one policy. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the approval process has been delayed. The draft policy will be presented and reviewed at the July Technical Planning Committee (TPC), for a vote to be recommended to the Commission in July. If approved, the policy will be used for the next Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA).


      Scott Weber presented on the draft Conformity Planning document. The air quality conformity requirements that Northwestern Indiana Planning Commision (NIRPC) must demonstrate in order to advance certain major projects in accordance with our planning and programming processes are required because Northwest Indiana has been designated as nonattainment for ozone. It is one of the criteria pollutants by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as part of the Clean Air Act. These items deal with the Air Quality Conformity requirements triggered by the NWI 2050 Amendment #1, as well as 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) amendment #7. The major projects in particular that these actions will deal with, pertain to the 45th Ave added center turning lane in unincorporated Lake County, as well as the Kennedy Avenue expansion project in the Town of Schererville. The public comment report was released and made available on March 6th and there were no comments received in the 30 days that it was posted. Roll call was announced and the following present members voted to recommend the Resolution: Kevin Breitzke, George Topoll, Dean Button, David Wright, Blossom Mabon, Robin Barzoni- Tillman, Kelly Wegner, and Kay Nelson. There were no members who opposed. On motion by Dean Button and a second by Kay Nelson, the Technical Planning Committee unanimously voted to recommend Resolution 20-10 to the NIRPC Full Commission for adoption.


      a.

      Scott Weber presented on the draft changes included in Amendment #1 to the NWI 2050 Plan. Nearly one year ago, NIRPC adopted a long-range plan for the entire Region, and the implementation portion of the plan is recently getting started. The public comment report was released and made available on March 6th, and in the 30 days that it was posted, one comment report was received. However, the report was determined to not be significant and not require any modifications. The three changes to the NWI 2050 Plan are as follows: 45th St Added Center Turn Lane from Colfax St to Chase St., costing $9,928,142.00 in federal funds and $2,482,036.00 in local funds. Remove the Kennedy Ave Expansion project from Complete by 2025 projects, and combine into the Complete by 2030 projects. Kennedy Ave Added Travel Lanes from Main St to Route US 30 Complete by 2030 costing $17,401,579.00 in federal funds and $4,350,395.00 in local funds. Roll call was announced and the following present members voted to recommend the Resolution: Kevin Breitzke, George Topoll, Dean Button, David Wright, Blossom Mabon, Robin Barzoni- Tillman, Kelly Wegner, and Kay Nelson. There were no members who opposed. On motion by Dean Button and a second by George Topoll, the Technical Planning Committee voted to recommend Resolution 20-13 to the NIRPC Full Commission for adoption.


      Kathy Luther presented on the draft 2021-2022 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP). The UPWP is a core document required of a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), and it functions as the scope of work for the annual planning grant. The UPWP offers transparency and accountability to stakeholders and the public in how NIRPC is using Federal funding, as well as local county tax dollars for transportation. A link was provided to the committee of the complete Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP). The committee discussed that the CARES Act funding (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) is currently not in the UPWP because the grant has not yet been received. Staff indicated that when NIRPC does receive the grant, the UPWP will go through the amendment process. Roll call was announced and the following present members voted to recommend the Resolution: Kevin Breitzke, George Topoll, Dean Button, David Wright, Blossom Mabon, Robin Barzoni-Tillman, Kelly Wegner, and Kay Nelson. There were no members who opposed. On motion by Kay Nelson and a second by David Wright, the Technical Planning Committee voted to recommend Resolution 20-15 to the NIRPC Full Commission for adoption.


      Programming

      Charles Bradsky presented on the draft changes included in Amendment #5 to the Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) in FY 2020-2024. The public comment report included amendments #5, #6, and #7 to make it easier for the public to make any comments in one step. However, no public comments were received on any of the three amendments. A technical comment was received from The Interagency Consultation Group (ICG) on amendments #5 and #7. Federal Highway Association (FHWA) had asked for a better description of several INDOT and local projects; and had asked if the scope on any of the bridge work on I-65 included widening (INDOT responded the bridge work is based on need, and currently there are no plans to widen these bridges.)


      Amendment #5 comprises 48 different projects for FY20-24, and a copy was provided to the committee. The projects include the following: Additional funds towards the Burns Harbor trail project, additional funds towards two roadways in Crown Point, Hammond received an addition of a new roadway project, additional funds towards a roundabout in Hobart. The City of La Porte eliminated two projects (one pedestrian and one roadway). LaPorte County had additional funds to one trail project and two bridge projects. Portage had additional funds towards two roadway projects, an additional phase for one trail project, and the elimination of a bridge project. INDOT had the addition of 33 new projects. Lake County has additional funds for one roadway project. Charles inadvertently included a road project in Merrillville (hasn't been discussed or approved at TROC) that was not included in the amendment. That project will be addressed in TROC’s August meeting. (Note: Upon further review, a technical correction is not required for Resolution 20-11 to approve a recommendation to The Commission.) Roll call was announced and the following present members voted to recommend the Resolution: Kevin Breitzke, George Topoll, Dean Button, David Wright, Blossom Mabon, Robin Barzoni-Tillman, Kelly Wegner, and Kay Nelson. There were no members who opposed. On motion by Dean Button and a second by George Topoll, the Technical Planning Committee voted to recommend Resolution 20-11 Amendment #5 to the NIRPC Full Commission for adoption.


      b.

      James Winters presented on the draft changes included in Amendment #6 to the Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) in FY 2020-2024. $200,000 was taken from East Chicago’s preventative maintenance line item, and applied it to the operating systems line, (where there could be a budget shortfall). Currently RTIP doesn’t have the functionality to demonstrate a project will be paid with existing in-grant funds, so a placeholder maintenance project was left in RTIP for $1. Roll call was announced and the following present members voted to recommend the Resolution: Kevin Breitzke, George Topoll, Dean Button, David Wright, Blossom Mabon, Robin Barzoni-Tillman, Kelly Wegner, and Kay Nelson. There were no members who opposed. On motion by George Topoll and a second by Dean Button, the Technical Planning Committee voted to recommend Resolution 20-12 to the NIRPC Full Commission for adoption.


      Charles Bradsky presented on the draft changes included in TIP Amendment #7 to the Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) in FY 2020-2024. The amendment is for Schererville’s Phase 1 project of Kennedy Ave. The project is being moved out of the TIP from FY-2021 to beyond FY-2024. This project is on a separate amendment because it affects NIRPC’s long range plan for conformity in the NWI 2050. It is Shererville’s intent to submit this project to NIRPC at the Next Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), and to be constructed between 2025 and 2027. Roll call was announced and the following present members voted to recommend the Resolution: Kevin Breitzke, George Topoll, Dean Button, David Wright, Blossom Mabon, Robin Barzoni-Tillman, Kelly Wegner, and Kay Nelson. There were no members who opposed. On motion by Dean Button and a second by Kay Nelson, the Technical Planning Committee voted to recommend Resolution 20-14 Amendment #7 to the NIRPC Full Commission for adoption.


      Topical Committee Reports

      There were no committee reports for May.


      Other Business, Staff Announcements and Upcoming Meetings

      Announcements and upcoming dates were shared with the committee. The next Transportation Resources Oversight Committee (TROC) will be on August 25th, which will include the Merrillville project. Laurie Keagle announced that grant funding assistance information can be found on the South Shore Clean Cities website: www.southshorecleancities.org .


      Next Meeting

      The next Technical Planning Committee meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. in the Lake Michigan Room at NIRPC offices.


      The meeting concluded at 11:18 am.


      c.



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      RESOLUTION 20-17


      A RESOLUTION IMPLEMENTING LIVING STREETS GUIDELINES FOR NIRPC-PROGRAMMED TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS

      July 16, 2020

      6100 Southport Road

      Portage, Indiana 46368

      (219) 763-6060

      www.nirpc.org


      WHEREAS, the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) promotes an equitable and effective multimodal, regional land use/transportation system that is safe, as well as energy, environmentally and fiscally efficient, maximizes regional connectivity, serves the mobility needs of all citizens, utilizes stormwater runoff mitigation best practices, improves the health of the general public, and is environmentally sensitive; and


      WHEREAS, NIRPC promotes sustainable transportation that encourages walking, rolling, bicycling and transit use while promoting safe operations for all users, while improving the natural and built environment via the integration of more energy efficient and ecologically friendly management practices, as increased walking, rolling and cycling offers the potential for better air quality, reduces motor traffic, curbs fossil fuel reliance, fosters a more efficient right-of-way, promotes greater health of the local population and manages stormwater runoff while allowing for the implementation of permeable surfaces, referred to commonly as “Green Streets” concepts; and


      WHEREAS, "Complete Streets" are roadways that accommodate safe, efficient and equitable access for all users by law including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities; and


      WHEREAS, Complete Streets are achieved when transportation agencies routinely plan, design, construct, re-construct, operate, and maintain the transportation network to improve travel conditions for all users of the roadway, and adopt methods that increase the longevity, accessibility, and efficiency of the roadway in a manner consistent with, and supportive of, the surrounding community; and


      WHEREAS, increasing active and sustainable transportation (e.g., walking, rolling, bicycling, using public transportation and low-emission vehicles) offers the potential for improved public health, economic development, a cleaner environment, reduced transportation costs, enhanced community connections, social equity, and more livable communities; and


      WHEREAS, Complete Streets principles have been, and continue to be, adopted nationwide at state, regional, and municipal levels in the interest of adherence to federal

      regulations that promote multimodal transportation options and accessibility for all

      users, including NIRPC’s 2010 Complete Streets Policy & Guidelines; and


      WHEREAS, “Green Streets” represent a stormwater management approach that incorporates vegetation (perennials, shrubs, trees), soil, and engineered systems to slow, filter, and cleanse stormwater runoff from impervious surfaces (e.g., streets, sidewalks); and


      WHEREAS, NIRPC seeks to combine both Complete and Green Streets principles into a

      unified policy called “Living Streets;” and


      WHEREAS, Living Streets provide for the development of pedestrian, rolling, bicycle, transit and electric vehicle charging infrastructure, green stormwater infrastructure, and ecological revitalization which offers long term cost savings, public health improvements, pollution reduction, water quality and habitat improvement, increases green space while reducing fossil fuel demands, and creates safe opportunities for convenient active transportation; and


      WHEREAS, Living Streets improvements follow Universal Design principles that include, but are not limited to, marked bicycle lanes on the roadway, paved shoulders, signed bike routes, safe access to bus stops, shared use paths, sidewalks, bicycle parking facilities, marked or raised street crossings (including over- and under passes), pedestrian signals, signs and auditory cues, multi-purpose spaces, vegetated swales, green gutters, rain gardens, stormwater curb extensions, pervious paving, stormwater planters, increased green space, and urban street trees; and


      WHEREAS, providing access for people with disabilities is a civil rights mandate that is not subject to limitation by project costs, levels of use, or "exceptional circumstances” where the Americans with Disabilities Act requires pedestrian facilities that, when newly constructed or altered, be accessible; and


      WHEREAS, NIRPC is responsible for planning and programming transportation projects that utilize federal grants which adhere to goals and objectives from previously adopted documents such as NWI 2050, Creating Livable Communities, Greenways+Blueways 2020 Plan, the Marquette Action Plan, and other applicable documents; and


      WHEREAS, it is NIRPC's vision to undertake bold planning initiatives that positively impact Northwestern Indiana's future to create a strong, accessible, safe, sustainable, climate-resilient, clean and high-quality environment in which to live, work and play.


      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that NIRPC supports the concept of Living Streets and hereby establishes the attached Guidelines to incorporate Living Streets facilities to the most practicable extent as proposed by the project sponsor in all transportation projects using NIRPC-attributable federal funds;

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Living Streets Guidelines are hereby established wherein project sponsors need to provide in the written request for federal funding documentation providing for the inclusion of Living Streets facilities in the proposed project seeking NIRPC-attributable funds and application materials must include a description of the facilities;


      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that sponsors using other local, state, or non-NIRPC attributable federal funds be encouraged to accommodate practicable Living Streets facilities, in the planning and design of all proposed transportation projects;


      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that NIRPC-based stakeholder committees responsible for various funding priorities utilize these Living Street Guidelines and review proposed project descriptions to account for Living Streets adherence and providing exemptions to projects where deemed appropriate.


      Duly adopted by the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission on this sixteenth day of July, 2020.


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      Michael Griffin Chairperson


      ATTEST:



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      Justin Kiel Secretary

      NORTHWESTERN INDIANA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION

      Living Streets Planning & Design Guidelines


      Below are planning and design guidelines to assist project sponsors in the accommodation of all users (bicyclists, pedestrians, transit users, motorists and people with disabilities, hereafter referred to as “Living Streets” facilities). Project sponsors shall use these guidelines in planning for and designing their projects. The Guidelines will be used by NIRPC staff and relevant committees as the proposed project is processed through current project selection and planning review.


      1. Living Streets facilities shall be established on rehabilitation, restoration, and resurfacing (3R), partial 3R, and new construction and reconstruction (4R) projects unless one or more of the following conditions are met (entities will be required to provide evidence for justification of exemption(s):


        1. Where non-motorized users are prohibited by law from using the roadway. In this instance, the applicant should accommodate Living Streets facilities as practicable within the right of way or within the same transportation corridor. Such projects shall still be inclined to incorporate green infrastructure improvements referenced in the above document.


        2. The cost of establishing Living Streets facilities that meet applicable standards would exceed 15% of the cost of the larger transportation project. Eligible costs may include additional right-of-way acquisition, utility relocation, utility replacement by way of natural infrastructure, vegetative additions, and other construction costs with the establishment of said facilities.


        3. Where the project consists of minor maintenance or repair (reconstruction is not included). Minor projects include, but are not limited to, emergency and periodic/preventative maintenance.


        4. Where the project consists primarily of the installation of traffic control or safety devices and little or no additional right-of-way is to be acquired.


        5. There are topographic or natural resource constraints.


        6. Where factors indicate an absence of need.


        7. Where existing Living Streets facilities currently exists or are scheduled for construction within or near the corridor.

      2. On proposed 3R and 4R projects that do not increase vehicular capacity, Living Streets facilities shall be incorporated where applicable and as proposed by the project sponsor including in the following ways:


        1. Resurfacing including striping for additional shoulder width and/or crosswalks, as well as bike lanes where feasible in urban settings.


        2. Signalization including installation of pedestrian activated signals, and/or review of proper operation and timing of pedestrian phases.


        3. Restriping sufficiently wide pavements and bridge decks for additional shoulder width in accordance with applicable federal guidelines.


        4. Bridge deck replacement with extension of bridge deck (or other means) to accommodate all users.


        5. In cases where an adopted regional or local plan proposes a bikeway, rolling or pedestrian way that would pass under or over a bridge that is to be reconstructed, the bridge shall be reconstructed to accommodate intended users.


        6. Intersection upgrades including crosswalks and pedestrian actuated signals.


        7. In rural areas, paved shoulders should be included in all new construction and reconstruction projects on roadways used by more than 1,000 vehicles per day (ADT). Shoulders with a minimum of five-foot paved asphalt width preferred, accompanied by bicycle-friendly rumble strips. Paved shoulders have safety and operational advantages for all road users in addition to providing a place for bicyclists and pedestrians to operate.


        8. Right-of-way flooding.


        9. In places where additional vegetation can lead to improved pollinator habitat, heating/cooling cost savings, and increased public health.


      3. The design and development of the transportation infrastructure shall improve conditions for all users by:


        1. Planning projects for the long-term. The design and construction of new transportation facilities should presume demand for all users, aim to improve health and increase ecological resilience, and not preclude the provision of future improvements. In particular, where development is projected to change the character of an area from rural to suburban to urban over the long-term, it is encouraged that adequate right-of-way and infrastructure be established as part of a near-term project to accommodate future facilities where applicable. Every project should be planned and designed with the ultimate, long- term goal of

          creating, over time, Living Streets facilities.


        2. Connecting Living Streets facilities across jurisdictional boundaries. As the metropolitan planning organization, NIRPC has a vantage point from which to recommend to the jurisdictions the connection and continuity of facilities for all users for the purpose of qualifying for federal funding. One way which NIRPC does this is through the Comprehensive Regional Plan which is updated every five years.


        3. Designing context-appropriate facilities to the best currently available standards and guidelines. The design of said facilities shall be in accordance with applicable federal guidelines.


        4. Addressing the need for bicyclists, rollers and pedestrians to cross corridors as well as travel along them. Even where bicyclists, rollers and pedestrians may not commonly travel along a corridor that is being improved or constructed, they will likely need to be able to cross that corridor safely and conveniently. For instance, a roadway project that does not contain a bike facility (interstate highway) should address bridge crossings that are hostile for bicycles, rollers and pedestrians. Therefore, the design of intersections and interchanges shall accommodate cyclists, rollers and pedestrians in a manner that is safe, accessible and convenient.


        5. Creating a more connected, renewed, united and vibrant Northwest Indiana. Living Streets projects support NIRPC’s planning initiatives including those that address climate change and its potential impacts.


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          6100 Southport Road

          Portage, Indiana 46368

          (219) 763-6060

          www.nirpc.org


          RESOLUTION 20-16


          A RESOLUTION OF THE NORTHWESTERN INDIANA

          REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION TO ADOPT AMENDMENT #1 FOR THE 2021-2022 UNIFIED PLANNING WORK PROGRAM FOR

          LAKE, PORTER, AND LAPORTE COUNTIES, INDIANA JULY 16, 2020

          WHEREAS, the Northwestern Indiana Planning Commission, hereafter referred to as “the Commission,” being designated as the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Lake, Porter, and LaPorte County area, has established a comprehensive, cooperative, and continuing transportation planning process to develop the FY 2021 – 2022 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP); and


          WHEREAS, the preparation of a UPWP is a necessary and required part of the metropolitan area transportation planning process as specified in 23 CFR 450.308; and by its State statutory authority, the Commission is charged with regional planning responsibility for the environment, economic development, and transportation; and


          WHEREAS, the work tasks described within the Commission’s UPWP are in conjunction with the programs and planning emphasis areas of the Federal Highway and Transit Administrations, and significant planning projects in the region by other agencies; and


          WHEREAS, the Technical Planning Committee (TPC) has recommended that the Commission approve the UPWP Amendment #1; and


          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission hereby adopts the FY 2021– 2022 UPWP Amendment #1 and the Commission is authorized to enter into such agreements and contracts as may be required with the funding and administrative agencies for the execution of this UPWP.


          Duly adopted by the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission on this sixteenth day of July, 2020.



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          Michael Griffin Chairperson


          ATTEST:



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          Justin Kiel Secretary

          Other Significant Regional Planning Activities


          The planning activities listed below highlight transportation planning initiatives throughout the region.

          Gary Public Transportation Corporation

          Short and long-range transit planning activities designed to enhance and expand service delivery of transit for GPTC patrons. Items being explored are Broadway transit expansion, Lakeshore service expansion, regional transit expansion, outreach and marketing, transit-oriented facilities and development, planning for a relief facility, ITS, and civil rights planning.



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          April 24, 2020

          6100 Southport Road

          Portage, Indiana 46368

          (219) 763-6060

          www.nirpc.org



          Michael McNeil, STIP Director

          Indiana Department of Transportation 100 North Senate Avenue, IGCN N955 Indianapolis, IN 46204


          Dear Mr. McNeil:


          The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) is submitting Amendment #8 to the 2020-2024Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) via emergency amendment for inclusion in the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program.

          The summary of this amendment is as follows:

          • All of these projects are surface infrastructure projects that have already been through the Public Comment process and been approved by the commission. This amendment adds an additional phase (PE) to each of the projects.

It is necessary to submit this amendment in an expedited manner in order to allow proper amount of time to process NIRPC allocation of federal funds. According to our Public Participation Plan, the Executive Director can approve an emergency amendment by waiving a public comment period in two rare exceptions: life and safety, or the lapse of federal funds allocated to Northwestern Indiana. Federal funds are at risk of lapsing in this instance. The attached project list contains the changes to be included.

Should you have any questions, please contact Charles Bradsky, Transportation Projects Manager at 219-254-2509.


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Sincerely,


Tyson Warner AICP

Executive Director


CC: Marcia Blansett, Program Director, LaPorte District

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

Local Fund

$77,317

$0

$0

$0

$77,317

2020

STBG Mich City UZA

$309,269

$0

$0

$0

$309,269

<2020

Prior

$487,310

$0

$0

$0

$487,310

2020-2024 TOTAL

$386,586

$0

$0

$0

$386,586

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$873,896

$0

$0

$0

$873,896

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

Local Fund

$77,317

$0

$0

$0

$77,317

2020

STBG Mich City UZA

$309,269

$0

$0

$0

$309,269

<2020

Prior

$487,310

$0

$0

$0

$487,310

2020-2024 TOTAL

$386,586

$0

$0

$0

$386,586

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$873,896

$0

$0

$0

$873,896



1592338 (Ver 4) 20-09.1 STATUS Programmed FEDERAL

Title: Economic Corridor Study Route: N/A

Description: Economic Corridor Study, to look at possible truck route between KIP & toll road without going through downtown La Porte. Total estimate to complete this project is $100,000,000 and is expected to be completed by 2050.

Project Type: Planning/Study AQ Exempt: Exempt District: LaPorte

County: Laporte Limits: Not Location Specific


Region: Northwestern MPO Lead Agency: LaPorte County

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

Local Fund

$11,480

$0

$0

$0

$11,480

2020

STBG Mich City UZA

$45,920

$0

$0

$0

$45,920

<2020

Prior

$487,310

$0

$0

$0

$487,310

2020-2024 TOTAL

$57,400

$0

$0

$0

$57,400

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$544,710

$0

$0

$0

$544,710

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

Local Fund

$11,480

$0

$0

$0

$11,480

2020

STBG Mich City UZA

$45,920

$0

$0

$0

$45,920

<2020

Prior

$487,310

$0

$0

$0

$487,310

2020-2024 TOTAL

$57,400

$0

$0

$0

$57,400

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$544,710

$0

$0

$0

$544,710


Previously Approved Version

1592338 (Ver 3) 20-05

Title: Economic Corridor Study Route: N/A

Description: Economic Corridor Study, to look at possible truck route between KIP & toll road without going through downtown La Porte.

Project Type: Planning/Study AQ Exempt: Exempt District: LaPorte

County: Laporte Limits: Not Location Specific


Region: Northwestern MPO Lead Agency: LaPorte County

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

Local Fund

$36,427

$0

$0

$0

$36,427

2020

STBG Chicago UZA

$145,706

$0

$0

$0

$145,706

<2020

Prior

$913,800

$631,500

$0

$0

$1,545,300

2020-2024 TOTAL

$182,133

$0

$0

$0

$182,133

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$1,095,933

$631,500

$0

$0

$1,727,433

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

Local Fund

$3,905

$0

$0

$0

$3,905

2020

STBG Chicago UZA

$15,619

$0

$0

$0

$15,619

<2020

Prior

$913,800

$631,500

$0

$0

$1,545,300

2020-2024 TOTAL

$19,524

$0

$0

$0

$19,524

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$933,324

$631,500

$0

$0

$1,564,824

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

Local Fund

$3,905

$0

$0

$0

$3,905

2020

STBG Chicago UZA

$15,619

$0

$0

$0

$15,619

<2020

Prior

$913,800

$631,500

$0

$0

$1,545,300

2020-2024 TOTAL

$19,524

$0

$0

$0

$19,524

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$933,324

$631,500

$0

$0

$1,564,824

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

Local Fund

$36,427

$0

$0

$0

$36,427

2020

STBG Chicago UZA

$145,706

$0

$0

$0

$145,706

<2020

Prior

$913,800

$631,500

$0

$0

$1,545,300

2020-2024 TOTAL

$182,133

$0

$0

$0

$182,133

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$1,095,933

$631,500

$0

$0

$1,727,433



1700500 (Ver 4) 20-09.1 STATUS Programmed

FEDERAL

Title: Willowcreek Road Extension Corridor Study (with NEPA) at Willowcreek Road

Route: N/A

Description: CR 700N to US 30 Total estimated cost to complete this project is $36,250,000 and is expected to be completed by 2040.

Project Type: Other AQ Exempt: Non-Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Porter Limits: Not Location Specific


Region: Northwestern MPO Lead Agency: Porter County

Previously Approved Version

1700500 (Ver 3) 20-05.1

Title: Willowcreek Road Extension Corridor Study (with NEPA) at Willowcreek Road

Route: N/A

Description: CR 700N to SR 130

Project Type: Other AQ Exempt: Non-Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Porter Limits: Not Location Specific


Region: Northwestern MPO Lead Agency: Porter County

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

CMAQ Chicago UZA

$309,081

$0

$0

$0

$309,081

2020

Local Fund

$77,270

$0

$0

$0

$77,270

2024

CMAQ Chicago UZA

$0

$612,000

$0

$0

$612,000

2024

Local Fund

$0

$153,000

$0

$0

$153,000

2020-2024 TOTAL

$386,351

$765,000

$0

$0

$1,151,351

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$386,351

$765,000

$0

$0

$1,151,351

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

CMAQ Chicago UZA

$309,081

$0

$0

$0

$309,081

2020

Local Fund

$77,270

$0

$0

$0

$77,270

2024

CMAQ Chicago UZA

$0

$612,000

$0

$0

$612,000

2024

Local Fund

$0

$153,000

$0

$0

$153,000

2020-2024 TOTAL

$386,351

$765,000

$0

$0

$1,151,351

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$386,351

$765,000

$0

$0

$1,151,351



1902686 (Ver 4) 20-09.1 STATUS Programmed FEDERAL

Title: Roundabout; Valparaiso- Campbell & Lincoln Ave, Route: SR 130

Description: Transformative intersection Improvement. Roundabout at Campbell & Lincoln Ave. The total estimated cost for this project is $2,900,000 and is expected to be completed by 2030.

Project Type: Intersection or Intersection Groups AQ Exempt: Exempt District: LaPorte

County: Porter Limits: Nearest Crossstreet: Campbell


Region: Northwestern MPO Lead Agency: Valparaiso

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

CMAQ Chicago UZA

$88,000

$0

$0

$0

$88,000

2020

Local Fund

$22,000

$0

$0

$0

$22,000

2024

CMAQ Chicago UZA

$0

$612,000

$0

$0

$612,000

2024

Local Fund

$0

$153,000

$0

$0

$153,000

2020-2024 TOTAL

$110,000

$765,000

$0

$0

$875,000

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$110,000

$765,000

$0

$0

$875,000

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2020

CMAQ Chicago UZA

$88,000

$0

$0

$0

$88,000

2020

Local Fund

$22,000

$0

$0

$0

$22,000

2024

CMAQ Chicago UZA

$0

$612,000

$0

$0

$612,000

2024

Local Fund

$0

$153,000

$0

$0

$153,000

2020-2024 TOTAL

$110,000

$765,000

$0

$0

$875,000

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$110,000

$765,000

$0

$0

$875,000


Previously Approved Version

1902686 (Ver 3) 20-05.1

Title: Roundabout; Valparaiso- Campbell & Lincoln Ave,

Route: SR 130

Description: Transformative Roadway. Roundabout at Campbell & Lincoln Ave

Project Type: Intersection or Intersection Groups AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Porter Limits: Nearest Crossstreet: Campbell


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


Valparaiso



Prior

Northwestern MPO TIP SUMMARY BY LEAD AGENCY

FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024


FY 2025


Beyond Total


LaPorte County

$974,620

$443,986

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$1,418,606

Porter County

$3,090,600

$201,657

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$3,292,257

Valparaiso

$0

$496,351

$0

$0

$0

$1,530,000

$0

$0

$2,026,351

TOTAL $4,065,220

$1,141,994

$0

$0

$0

$1,

530,000

$0

$0

$6,737,214



July 1, 2020


Public Comment Report

Amendments #9 to the 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission

July 16, 2020

Amendments #9 of the 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program was released for a 21-day public comment period which began on June 10, 2020 and ended July 1, 2020. The amendments were made available at www.nirpc.org . No comments from the public were received during the comment period on the proposed amendments.

NIRPC did not receive technical comments from the Interagency Consultation Group (ICG). Approval by the IGC were given of this amendments #9 on 6/8/2020.


RESOLUTION 20-18

A RESOLUTION OF THE NORTHWESTERN INDIANA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION AMENDING THE

FY 2020-2024 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS FOR LAKE, PORTER, AND LAPORTE COUNTIES, INDIANA

AMENDMENT NO. 9

July 16, 2020


WHEREAS, Northwest Indiana’s citizens require a safe, efficient, effective, resource- conserving regional transportation system that maintains and enhances regional mobility and contributes to improving the quality of life in Northwest Indiana; and


WHEREAS, the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission, hereafter referred to as “the Commission”, being designated the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Lake, Porter and LaPorte County area, has established a regional, comprehensive, cooperative, and continuing (3-C) transportation planning process to develop the unified planning work program, a transportation plan, and a transportation improvement program to facilitate federal funding for communities, counties, and transit operators, and to provide technical assistance and expertise to regional transportation interests; and


WHEREAS, the Commission performs the above activities to satisfy requirements of the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act of 2015 (PL 114-94), applicable portions of all prior federal transportation program authorizing legislation, as well as other federal, state, and local laws mandating or authorizing transportation planning activities; and


WHEREAS, the FY 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Programs are a product of a multi- modal, 3-C transportation planning process, compatible with regional goals and objectives and socio-economic and demographic factors used to form the NWI 2050 Plan; and


WHEREAS, the FY 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program is an implementation of the NWI 2050 Plan, is fiscally constrained, and is consistent with the State Implementation Plan for Air Quality; and


WHEREAS, the FY 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Programs are developed by the Commission in coordination and cooperation with local elected and appointed highway and transit officials, special interest and service organizations, including users of public transit, the Indiana Department of Transportation, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, the U.S. Federal Highway Administration, the U.S. Federal Transit Administration, and the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency; and


WHEREAS, the changes to the FY 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Programs brought about by this amendment were reviewed by the Air Quality Conformity Task Force’s Interagency Consultation Group (ICG); and


WHEREAS, the changes to the FY 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Programs brought about by this amendment were subjected to public comment in the manner prescribed by the 2019 Public Participation Plan with no comments received; and


WHEREAS, the Technical Policy Committee (TPC) has recommended that the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission make these changes to the FY 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Programs.


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission hereby amends the FY 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Programs by adding the new projects and making other changes as shown on the attachment to this resolution.


Duly adopted by the Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission this sixteenth day of July 2020.



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Michael Griffin Chairperson


ATTEST:



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Justin Kiel Secretary

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2022

Local Fund

$50,000

$0

$0

$0

$50,000

2022

STBG Chicago UZA

$200,000

$0

$0

$0

$200,000

2023

Local Fund

$0

$0

$192,500

$0

$192,500

2023

STBG Chicago UZA

$0

$0

$972,500

$0

$972,500

2020-2024 TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$1,165,000

$0

$1,415,000

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$1,165,000

$0

$1,415,000

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2022

Local Fund

$50,000

$0

$0

$0

$50,000

2022

STBG Chicago UZA

$200,000

$0

$0

$0

$200,000

2023

Local Fund

$0

$0

$192,500

$0

$192,500

2023

STBG Chicago UZA

$0

$0

$972,500

$0

$972,500

2020-2024 TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$1,165,000

$0

$1,415,000

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$1,165,000

$0

$1,415,000



1901948 (Ver 4) 20-09 STATUS Programmed

FEDERAL

Title: Intersection Improvement-Roundabout US 231 & 113th

Route: N/A

Description: Roundabout at US 231 and 113th. This will improve safety and congestion.

Project Type: Intersection or Intersection Groups AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


Crown Point

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2022

Local Fund

$0

$50,000

$0

$0

$50,000

2022

STBG Chicago UZA

$0

$200,000

$0

$0

$200,000

2023

Local Fund

$0

$0

$192,500

$0

$192,500

2023

STBG Chicago UZA

$0

$0

$972,500

$0

$972,500

2020-2024 TOTAL

$0

$250,000

$1,165,000

$0

$1,415,000

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$0

$250,000

$1,165,000

$0

$1,415,000

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2022

Local Fund

$0

$50,000

$0

$0

$50,000

2022

STBG Chicago UZA

$0

$200,000

$0

$0

$200,000

2023

Local Fund

$0

$0

$192,500

$0

$192,500

2023

STBG Chicago UZA

$0

$0

$972,500

$0

$972,500

2020-2024 TOTAL

$0

$250,000

$1,165,000

$0

$1,415,000

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$0

$250,000

$1,165,000

$0

$1,415,000


Previously Approved Version

1901948 (Ver 3) 20-06.1

Title: Intersection Improvement-Roundabout US 231 & 113th

Route: N/A

Description: Roundabout at US 231 and 113th. This will improve safety and congestion.

Project Type: Intersection or Intersection Groups AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


Crown Point

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$175,000

$0

$0

$0

$175,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$55,000

$0

$55,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$1,645,832

$50,000

$1,695,832

2020-2024 TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$1,700,832

$50,000

$1,925,832

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$1,700,832

$50,000

$1,925,832

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$250,000

$0

$0

$0

$250,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$2,114,689

$50,000

$2,164,689

2020-2024 TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$2,119,689

$50,000

$2,419,689

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$2,119,689

$50,000

$2,419,689

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$250,000

$0

$0

$0

$250,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$2,114,689

$50,000

$2,164,689

2020-2024 TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$2,119,689

$50,000

$2,419,689

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$2,119,689

$50,000

$2,419,689

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$175,000

$0

$0

$0

$175,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$55,000

$0

$55,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$1,645,832

$50,000

$1,695,832

2020-2024 TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$1,700,832

$50,000

$1,925,832

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$1,700,832

$50,000

$1,925,832



2000039 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

STATE

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route:

N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 912 over CSX RR, AMOCO SERV RD, 00.45 W US 12/US 20

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District:

LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT


2000062 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

STATE

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 912 EB over SR 912, I-80/ I-94, 1 RAMP, 00.02 W I-80

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$51,300

$0

$0

$0

$51,300

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$10,000

$0

$10,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$302,705

$10,000

$312,705

2020-2024 TOTAL

$51,300

$0

$312,705

$10,000

$374,005

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$51,300

$0

$312,705

$10,000

$374,005

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$160,000

$0

$0

$0

$160,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$15,000

$0

$15,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$934,669

$45,000

$979,669

2020-2024 TOTAL

$160,000

$0

$949,669

$45,000

$1,154,669

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$160,000

$0

$949,669

$45,000

$1,154,669

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$160,000

$0

$0

$0

$160,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$15,000

$0

$15,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$934,669

$45,000

$979,669

2020-2024 TOTAL

$160,000

$0

$949,669

$45,000

$1,154,669

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$160,000

$0

$949,669

$45,000

$1,154,669

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$51,300

$0

$0

$0

$51,300

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$10,000

$0

$10,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$302,705

$10,000

$312,705

2020-2024 TOTAL

$51,300

$0

$312,705

$10,000

$374,005

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$51,300

$0

$312,705

$10,000

$374,005



2000074 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

STATE

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 2 over PEARLE CREEK, 00.88 E I-65

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT


2000082 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

STATE

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 53 over TURKEY CREEK, 02.31 N US 30

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$1,764,245

$50,000

$1,814,245

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$1,769,245

$50,000

$1,969,245

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$1,769,245

$50,000

$1,969,245

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$787,059

$50,000

$837,059

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$792,059

$50,000

$992,059

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$792,059

$50,000

$992,059

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$787,059

$50,000

$837,059

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$792,059

$50,000

$992,059

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$792,059

$50,000

$992,059

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$1,764,245

$50,000

$1,814,245

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$1,769,245

$50,000

$1,969,245

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$1,769,245

$50,000

$1,969,245



2000094 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

STATE

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 912 over 25TH AVE/177TH ST, 00.18 W I-80

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT


2000095 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

STATE

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route:

N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 912 EB RMP TO I-80@.-25TH AVE/177TH ST, 00.18 W I-80

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District:

LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$651,103

$50,000

$701,103

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$656,103

$50,000

$856,103

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$656,103

$50,000

$856,103

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$406,302

$50,000

$456,302

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$406,302

$50,000

$606,302

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$406,302

$50,000

$606,302

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$406,302

$50,000

$456,302

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$406,302

$50,000

$606,302

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$406,302

$50,000

$606,302

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2022

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$651,103

$50,000

$701,103

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$656,103

$50,000

$856,103

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$656,103

$50,000

$856,103



2000096 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

STATE

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route:

N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 912 I-80 W-SR 912W RAMP@.-25TH AVE/177TH ST, 00.18 W I-80

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District:

LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT


2000213 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 2 over JOHN BRUCE DITCH, 00.74 E US 41

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$175,000

$0

$0

$0

$175,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$309,873

$50,000

$359,873

2020-2024 TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$309,873

$50,000

$534,873

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$309,873

$50,000

$534,873

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$175,000

$0

$0

$0

$175,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$392,254

$50,000

$442,254

2020-2024 TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$397,254

$50,000

$622,254

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$397,254

$50,000

$622,254

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$175,000

$0

$0

$0

$175,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$392,254

$50,000

$442,254

2020-2024 TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$397,254

$50,000

$622,254

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$397,254

$50,000

$622,254

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$175,000

$0

$0

$0

$175,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$309,873

$50,000

$359,873

2020-2024 TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$309,873

$50,000

$534,873

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$309,873

$50,000

$534,873



2000214 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 4 over PLACE DITCH, 04.22 W SR 23

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Laporte Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT


2000396 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 55 over GRIESEL DITCH, 02.05 S SR 2

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$175,000

$0

$0

$0

$175,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$430,179

$50,000

$480,179

2020-2024 TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$435,179

$50,000

$660,179

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$435,179

$50,000

$660,179

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$200,000

$0

$0

$0

$200,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Interstate

$0

$0

$751,181

$50,000

$801,181

2020-2024 TOTAL

$200,000

$0

$756,181

$50,000

$1,006,181

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$200,000

$0

$756,181

$50,000

$1,006,181

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$200,000

$0

$0

$0

$200,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Interstate

$0

$0

$751,181

$50,000

$801,181

2020-2024 TOTAL

$200,000

$0

$756,181

$50,000

$1,006,181

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$200,000

$0

$756,181

$50,000

$1,006,181

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$175,000

$0

$0

$0

$175,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$430,179

$50,000

$480,179

2020-2024 TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$435,179

$50,000

$660,179

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$175,000

$0

$435,179

$50,000

$660,179



2000397 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 55 over TURKEY CREEK, 01.92 N US 30

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT


2000777 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, I 80 EB over SR 912 EB/WB, RAMPS, 02.54 E US 41

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Lake Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$250,000

$0

$0

$0

$250,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Interstate

$0

$0

$991,820

$50,000

$1,041,820

2020-2024 TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$996,820

$50,000

$1,296,820

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$996,820

$50,000

$1,296,820

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$250,000

$0

$0

$0

$250,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Interstate

$0

$0

$991,820

$50,000

$1,041,820

2020-2024 TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$996,820

$50,000

$1,296,820

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$996,820

$50,000

$1,296,820

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$250,000

$0

$0

$0

$250,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Interstate

$0

$0

$991,820

$50,000

$1,041,820

2020-2024 TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$996,820

$50,000

$1,296,820

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$996,820

$50,000

$1,296,820

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$250,000

$0

$0

$0

$250,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Interstate

$0

$0

$991,820

$50,000

$1,041,820

2020-2024 TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$996,820

$50,000

$1,296,820

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$250,000

$0

$996,820

$50,000

$1,296,820



2000778 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route:

N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, I 94 EB over NORRIS DITCH NO 2, 01.67 E US 421

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District:

LaPorte

County: Laporte Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT


2000784 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route:

N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, I 94 WB over NORRIS DITCH NO 2, 01.67 E US 421

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District:

LaPorte

County: Laporte Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Interstate

$0

$0

$562,573

$50,000

$612,573

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$567,573

$50,000

$767,573

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$567,573

$50,000

$767,573

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$37,800

$0

$0

$0

$37,800

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$10,000

$0

$10,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$227,631

$20,000

$247,631

2020-2024 TOTAL

$37,800

$0

$237,631

$20,000

$295,431

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$37,800

$0

$237,631

$20,000

$295,431

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$37,800

$0

$0

$0

$37,800

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$10,000

$0

$10,000

2024

NHPP Non Interstate

$0

$0

$227,631

$20,000

$247,631

2020-2024 TOTAL

$37,800

$0

$237,631

$20,000

$295,431

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$37,800

$0

$237,631

$20,000

$295,431

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE

PE

RW

CN

CE

TOTAL

2021

State Match

$150,000

$0

$0

$0

$150,000

2023

State Match

$0

$0

$5,000

$0

$5,000

2024

NHPP Interstate

$0

$0

$562,573

$50,000

$612,573

2020-2024 TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$567,573

$50,000

$767,573

ALL YEARS TOTAL

$150,000

$0

$567,573

$50,000

$767,573



2000787 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, I 94 at Warnke Road over I-94 EB/WB, 00.87 E US 20

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Laporte Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT


2000789 (Ver 1) 20-09 STATUS New Project

FEDERAL

Title: District Bridge Project (Rehabilitation)

Route: N/A

Description: Bridge Deck Overlay, SR 8 over COBB DITCH, 02.92 W SR 49

Project Type: Bridge Deck Overlay AQ Exempt: Exempt

District: LaPorte

County: Porter Limits:


Region: Northwestern MPO


Lead Agency:


INDOT

FED FY

REVENUE SOURCE