Concept to Completion Presentation

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Transportation Project Process:
From Concept to Completion
Kate Daniel, TPO Staff
October 8, 2015
Role of Transportation Planning Organizations
• Manage “3C” Planning Process: Continuous,
Comprehensive, Cooperative
• Conduct planning that is open, public, and
inclusive
• Required work product:
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Long Range Transportation Plan
Transportation Improvement Program
Unified Planning Work Program
Participation Plan
Congestion Management Process
How does a transportation project
move from concept to completion?
Long Range
Transportation
Plan
Transportation
Improvement
Plan
Project
Priorities
FDOT Work
Program
Long Range
Transportation
Plan
Transportation
Improvement
Plan
Project
Priorities
FDOT Work
Program
Long Range Transportation Plan
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Goals and Objectives
Conduct Analysis
Identify Needs
Evaluate Alternatives
Adopt Cost-Feasible Scenario
Long Range
Transportation
Plan
Transportation
Improvement
Plan
Project
Priorities
FDOT Work
Program
Project Priorities
• Projects drawn from Long Range Transportation
Plan
• Based on project selection criteria
• FDOT considers the priorities when developing
the work program
Long Range
Transportation
Plan
Transportation
Improvement
Plan
Project
Priorities
FDOT Work
Program
FDOT Work Program
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Project Development and Environmental (PD&E)
Design
Right of Way / Land Acquisition
Construction
Long Range
Transportation
Plan
Transportation
Improvement
Plan
Project
Priorities
FDOT Work
Program
Transportation Improvement Program
• Staged, multi-year, intermodal program of
prioritized transportation initiatives
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Five-year program, updated annually
Reflects public and stakeholder involvement
Fiscally constrained
Performance-based
• If a project is not listed in the TIP, it cannot
receive Federal funds
Typical Progression of Project Phases
• Project Development and Environmental (PD&E)
▫ Years 0-2
• Design
▫ Years 2-4
• Right of Way / Land Acquisition
▫ Years 4-6
• Construction
▫ Years 6-8
What funding is available?
Funding - Federal
• MAP-21
• National Highway Performance Program (NHPP)
▫ Projects impacting national highway system
• Surface Transportation Program (STP)
▫ Used for all phases of road projects – very flexible
• Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)
▫ Competitive process established by the TPO
• Federal Transit Funds
▫ Formula-based
▫ Discretionary
Funding – State
• Strategic Intermodal System (SIS)
• Transportation Regional Incentive Program
(TRIP)
• Transit Funding
• Safety Infrastructure funding
• Other Arterial Program
• County Incentive Grant Program
• Small County Program
Funding – Local
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Constitutional and Legislative motor fuel taxes
Local Option Fuel Taxes
Discretionary sales surtax
Local transportation-related fees
General revenue
Questions?
Kate Daniel
TPO Staff
[email protected]
(850) 332-7976 x 245
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