Merrimack Valley Metropolitan

Planning Organization

Final FY 2015-2018

Transportation Improvement Program

 

 

 

Prepared by the

Merrimack Valley Planning Commission

 

 

June 26, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This document was prepared by the Merrimack Valley Planning Commission under Contract #75074 with MassDOT, under Contract(s) # MA-80-0007 and  # MA-80-008 with MassDOT and with the assistance of the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority, MassDOT, the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration.




 

Table of Contents

Part A.   Introduction.. 1

Part A. 1.  TIP Development Process. 1

Part A. 2.  Prioritization.. 3

Part A. 3. Public Participation.. 5

Part A. 4.  Amendment/Adjustment Procedures. 6

Part A. 5.  High Priority Projects. 7

Part A. 6.  Advance Construction.. 8

Part A. 7.  Transportation Funding Programs. 9

Highway Projects. 9

Transit Projects. 11

Organization of Project Listings. 12

Part B.  Project Listings. 15

Highway Projects. 15

Transit Projects. 65

Part C.  Federal Requirements. 83

Part C. 1.  Endorsement Page for Federal TIP.. 84

Part C. 2.  Self Certification Compliance Statement 85

Part C. 3.  Financial Summary - Targets. 86

Highway Projects Financial Plan.. 86

Transit Projects Financial Plan.. 125

Part C. 5.  Status on Implementation of FFY 2014 TIP Projects. 136

FFY 2014 Highway Project List 136

FFY 2014 Transit Project List 137

Part C. 6.  Air Quality Conformity. 139

Part C. 7.  Special Efforts - ADA.. 141

Appendices. 143

Appendix A   Other Regional Priority Bridge Projects. 144

Appendix B   Other Regional Priority Roadway Projects. 146

Appendix C   Transportation Evaluation Criteria Summary. 151

Appendix D   Green House Gas (GHG) Monitoring and Evaluation........................................... 161

Table of Contents (Continued)

 

 

Appendix E   Projects from MVRTA Capital Program FFY 2015- FFY 2019. 185

Appendix F   Key to Maps Showing Locations of Transportation Projects. 207

Appendix G  Comments Received on Draft 2015-2018 TIP.. 209


 


 

Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization

 FY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program

Final Report prepared June 2014

 

Part A.   Introduction

 

Part A. 1.  TIP Development Process

 

Federal transportation authorization legislation establishes funding categories for transportation projects that may be eligible for Federal funding and sets maximum funding levels per category for each year of the legislation.  Projects in this TIP are planned to be primarily funded through the federal transportation act titled “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21)” that was signed into law July 6, 2012.

 

            It is the responsibility of the Federally mandated, State designated regional Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) to carry out the Federal transportation planning process in their respective urbanized area and prepare many federal transportation documents, including the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).  This process, along with the MPOs, was established in order to include local and regional input in the Federal transportation planning process.

 

            Based on regulations promulgated by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), any transportation project funded through the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), or the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) must be listed in the appropriate region's Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).  Without such a listing, Federal Highway funds cannot be expended by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) on local or State projects.  Similarly, the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority (MVRTA) can only receive federal funds for projects listed in the TIP. 


 

 

Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MVMPO)

 

The MVMPO was first created by the Governor of Massachusetts in 1972. The MVMPO covers the same 15-community geographic area that defines the MVPC region and the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority service area. The current MVMPO membership is as follows:

 

·         Secretary of Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT)-Richard Davey

·         MassDOT Highway Division Administrator                                             -Francis DePaola

·         Director of the Merrimack Valley Planning Commission (MVPC)                  -Dennis DiZoglio

·         Administrator of the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority

Advisory Board                                                                                                -Joseph Costanzo

·         Mayor of Haverhill                                                                                                   -James Fiorentini

·         Mayor of Lawrence                                                                                      -Daniel Rivera

·         Representing Region 1 (Amesbury, Newburyport, Salisbury)            -Ken Gray

·         Representing Region 2 (Newbury, Rowley, West Newbury)                           -Robert Snow

·         Representing Region 3 (Boxford, Georgetown, Groveland, Merrimac)  -Stuart Egenberg

·         Representing Region 4 (Andover, Methuen, North Andover)                        -Curt Bellavance

 

Ex officio, non-voting members of the MVMPO include:

 

·         Federal Highway Administration – Region I                                     -Pamela S. Stephenson

·         Federal Transit Administration – Region I                                        -Mary Beth Mello

·         Rockingham Planning Commission MPO (NH)                              -Tim Moore

·         Boston MPO                                                                                           -Richard Davey

·         Northern Middlesex MPO                                                                                 -Steven Themelis   

·         Nashua Planning Commission MPO (NH)                                      -Janet Langdell

 

 

The TIP has been prepared in accordance with 23 CFR 450.324.

 

Projects that appear in the TIP were initiated and selected from a number of sources.  Bridge projects have been selected and developed by the MassDOT's Bridge section largely based upon the results of their ongoing bridge maintenance program.  The Department has made it a priority to develop projects that would correct problems in “Structurally Deficient” (SD) bridges.  The region’s Congestion Management Process is used to identify intersections and roadways where significant congestion exists, and measures the levels of congestion at these locations.   This information has been used by local communities to develop roadway

projects that are programmed in the TIP. Similarly, locations identified as having safety problems in the region’s Safety Monitoring System or as a "crash cluster" by MassDOT based on the three most recent years of crash have been used by the Department and local communities to develop TIP projects.

 

Part A. 2.  Prioritization

 

The FFY 2015-2018 Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) contains federal-aid project programming information for four years.  For each year, gross estimates of project costs are listed in the federal fiscal year of the proposed advertise date.  Federal fiscal years begin on October 1 and run through September 30.  For example, FFY 2015 begins on October 1, 2014 and ends on September 30, 2015.  The advertising dates shown for roadway projects were determined based on information provided by the Capital Expenditure and Program Office within MassDOT, the MassDOT District 4 Office, and MVMPO member communities.  The MVRTA and MassDOT's Office of Rail and Transit determined programming dates for transit projects. 

 

Projects are programmed in the region’s TIP based on a number of factors.  These include the project’s score based upon the MPO’s Transportation Evaluation Criteria, project cost and the availability of STP, CMAQ, and HSIP and TAP funding in the years covered in the document.  Road and bridge project selection is also largely dependent upon the current and expected design status for each project, which can be affected by such factors as environmental permitting and Right-of-Way (ROW) status.  For bridge projects, information from MassDOT's Bridge section is also given primary consideration when scheduling projects.

 

Transportation Evaluation Criteria

           

In 2003, the MPOs worked with the then Massachusetts Executive Office of Transportation and Public Works (EOTPW) to develop objective evaluation criteria that could be applied to transportation projects in the Commonwealth.  Early in 2004, EOTPW asked planning staff from the then MassHighway Planning, the MassHighway district offices and the regional planning agencies to apply these criteria to projects within their respective Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs).  Application of these criteria include not only an evaluation of the magnitude of improvement in the condition, mobility, and safety of transportation projects, but also an evaluation of their community effects and support, the land use and economic development impact, and the environmental effects.

 

The evaluation criteria are listed in Appendix C.  The resulting Transportation Evaluation Criteria (TEC) scores for selected projects in the Merrimack Valley region that were derived by applying these criteria are shown in the table in Appendix C of this document and also in the 'Additional Information' column in the project listings.   It is the goal of the MVMPO that these criteria ratings, along with information related to the readiness of projects, will make the planning process, and more specifically, the selection and prioritization of projects, more transparent to the general public.

 

The use of these Transportation Evaluation Criteria (TEC) also allows the Merrimack Valley MPO to meet MAP-21’s requirements for programming TAP funding through a   competitive process and, in general helps to manage performance by focusing available funding on the highest regional priorities. It also helps to draw attention to the reader that MAP-21 is a very Performance Measure-oriented piece of legislation.

 

In June 2000, the Task Force of State and Regional Officials to Define, Develop and Monitor a Balanced Statewide Road and Bridge Program was created to develop a Memorandum of Understanding that defined the content of and the Commonwealth’s commitment to maintaining a significant statewide bridge and road program.  Included in this MOU was a provision calling for the development of a cooperative process for state and regional officials to identify a priority listing of non-federal aid construction projects that will be considered by the state in selecting state-aid projects.  The non-federal aid road and bridge project lists included in the TIP are to be developed by the regions based on the amount of state roadway and bridge money that can reasonably be expected to be available in the coming fiscal year.  It should be noted that these reasonably expected non-federal aid funding figures are not “targets”, but guides that assist the state and the regions in identifying priority projects and establishing a realistic project programming and implementation schedule. 

 

To implement this provision of the MOU, this year’s TIP includes sections that identify the MPO’s priority road and bridge projects using a format prescribed by MassDOT’s Office of Transportation Planning.  For federally funded projects, the Merrimack Valley MPO has established the following programming categories:

 

Section 1A

·         Federal-Aid STP Projects Using MVMPO Target Authority (STP, STP-TE)

·         Federal-Aid CMAQ Projects Using MVMPO Target

·         Federal-Aid HSIP Projects Using MVMPO Target

·         Federal-Aid TAP Projects Using MVMPO Target

           

 

            Section 1B

·         Federal-Aid State Category Bridge Projects (provided by MassDOT)

 

Section 1C

·         Federal-Aid Non-target Projects (federally-funded non-target regional projects such as HPP, federal discretionary, Omnibus 330, Section 115, etc.)

 

Section 1D

·         Federal-Aid major infrastructure and other state category projects, i.e., Major Infrastructure, Interstate Maintenance, statewide CMAQ, National Highway System, etc.)

 

Non-federally funded projects have been assigned to one of the following categories:

 

Section 2A

·         Non-Federal-Aid Other Projects (only projects for which NFA funds have been specifically made available)

 

Section 2B

·         Non-Federal-Aid Bridge Projects (provided by Mass Highway)

·         Appendices A and B, Other Regional Priorities (projects for which funding has not been identified)

 

Part A. 3. Public Participation

 

The principal objective of this document is the provision of an additional point for public access to and review of the transportation planning process.  This 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program was developed in accordance with the Public Participation Process established for the Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MVMPO).  The MVMPO adopted its current Public Involvement Process in December 2009 and amended in 2010.  The Process applies to the development of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP).  The Public Involvement Process endorsed by the MVMPO is also used by the MVRTA as its public involvement process.  The notice of public involvement and time established for review and comment for the development of this TIP satisfies the Program of Project requirements established by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).

The Merrimack Valley MPO’s 2009 Public Participation Plan, as amended, reflects the  consultation requirements of SAFETEA-LU (23 CFR 450.316(3)(b) for the development of Regional Transportation Plans and Transportation Improvement Programs.  This document identifies a number of new stakeholders to be consulted in developing these documents.  In developing the draft FY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program, all MVMPO stakeholders were given notice that the process of developing the FY 2015-2018 TIP was beginning and were provided with a preliminary listing of TIP projects before the release of the draft.   Stakeholders will also be notified of the availability of the document for public review and comment.

In accordance with this process, public notice of the Draft 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program was published in the Lawrence Eagle Tribune, the Newburyport Daily News, Haverhill Gazette (Published Weekly) and Rumbo News informing the public of its right to comment on the document which would be available at the MVPC office, the MVPC website and local libraries from May 22, 2014 through June 20, 2014.  It said that comments would be received through June 20, 2014 and that two separate public hearings on the document would take place on June 10 at 1:00 PM and at 6:00 PM at the MVPC office at 160 Main Street in Haverhill, MA.  The MVMPO will summarize comments that are received during the 30-day review and comment period and will include this summary in the Final 2015-2018 TIP.

 

Part A. 4.  Amendment/Adjustment Procedures

            The following amendment/adjustment procedures are hereby adopted to consist of the following:

            Minor adjustments to the TIP do not require formal MPO action and can be made via the administrative action of the Merrimack Valley MPO.  These minor adjustments are limited to:

 

            Major changes continue to require MPO action through the formal amendment process.  Major changes would require a thirty day public review and comment period that includes a public hearing.  These changes include, but are not limited to:


 

Part A. 5.  High Priority Projects

SAFETEA-LU, contained a number of earmarked transportation projects that are to receive federal funding.  Specific funding amounts were obligated to each of these projects, but no additional funding was included in SAFETEA-LU to complete them.  Consequently, states with these projects must implement them within the annual federal authorization limits established in the legislation.  The Merrimack Valley region contains eleven such projects which are shown below along with their status:

Highway High Priority Projects

Status

Amesbury/Newburyport – Rehabilitation of I-95 Whittier Bridge

Under Construction

Andover – Design, Engineering and Construction at I-93 The Junction Interchange,  (Andover, Tewksbury, and Wilmington)

Draft EIR/EIS Being Developed

Haverhill – Construct Haverhill intermodal center access and vehicle capacity improvements.

Project Complete

Lawrence – Design and construct Canal and Union Street Corridor improvements.

Project Complete

Lawrence – Construct access improvements to the Lawrence Gateway Project.

Project Complete

Methuen – Design, engineering and construction of Methuen Rotary alternative at I-93 and Routes 110 and 113.

Under Construction

Newbury – Rehabilitation and paving of Parker River Road

Project Complete

North Andover – Improvements to Mass. Ave., Andover St., Osgood St., Salem St and Johnson St. in the Old Town Center of North Andover

Project Complete

Parker River National Wildlife Refuge – Preliminary engineering for Rehabilitation and  paving of Sunset Drive in National Wildlife Refuge

Project Complete

Salisbury to Danvers – Design, Engineer, Permit and Construct “Border to Boston Bikeway” rail trail project

Project Under Design

Transit Projects for Bus and Bus-Related Facilities and Clean Fuels Grant Program

Status

Haverhill – Design and Construct Intermodal Transit Parking Improvements.

Project Complete (see above)

Transit Projects for Bus and Bus-Related Facilities and Clean Fuels Grant Program:

Project Complete (see above)

Newburyport  – Design and Construct Intermodal Facility

Project Under Design

Lawrence  – Gateway Intermodal and Quadrant Area Reuse Project.

Project Complete (see above)


Part A. 6.  Advance Construction

 

Advance Construction is a Federal-aid fund management tool, which as described by the Federal Highway Administration website:

 “…allows states to begin a project even in the absence of sufficient Federal-aid obligation authority to cover the Federal share of project costs. It is codified in Title 23, Section 115. Advance construction eliminates the need to set aside full obligational authority before starting projects…At some future date when the state does have sufficient obligational authority, it may convert an advance-constructed project to a Federal-aid project by obligating the permissible share of its Federal-aid funds and receiving subsequent reimbursements.”

In other words, the state pays for the project with non-Federal-aid funds to begin with and can later seek reimbursement of the Federal share of the funding category’s project cost by obligating Federal-aid funding in future years.

 

Projects must meet the following criteria before they can be designated to use the Advanced Construction (AC) funding mechanism:

1.    The project’s estimated Federal participating cost exceeds the total regional annual target (i.e. sum of HSIP, CMAQ, TAP and Non HSIP/CMAQ/TAP), and

2.    Construction, based on an engineering review of the project, will take place during all the years for which federal funding is programmed. 

 

The following projects are programmed in the FFY 2015-2018 TIP using this Advance Construction (AC) method:

 

Amesbury – Reconstruction of Elm Street

Amesbury/Newburyport - Reconstruct I-95 over the Merrimack River (Whittier Bridge)

Groveland – Rehabilitation of Route 97 (School Street & Salem Street)

Methuen – Interchange Reconstruction on I-93 at Route 110/113 Rotary

 

           

 

 


Part A. 7.  Transportation Funding Programs

 

Highway Projects

 

            Projects from the following Federal-aid (from programs identified in the MAP-21 federal transportation funding authorization and non-Federal-aid funding categories are shown in the FFY 2015-2018 TIP, in some cases Federal-aid funding is from older funding programs  established in earlier legislation such as SAFETEA-LU.

 

Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation ((BR) (SAFETEA-LU / continued in MAP-21)) - funds replacement and repair of structurally deficient or unsafe bridges in urban and rural areas on any public road.  Bridges can be on the federal aid system (BR ON) or off system (BR OFF).

            Funding:  Federal - 80%, State - 20%

 

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program ((CMAQ) (SAFETEA-LU /continued in MAP-21)) – funds projects that reduce congestion and improve air quality

            Funding:  Federal - 80%, State - 20%

 

High Priority Projects (HPP) (Carryover from SAFETEA-LU) – funds up to 80% of the costs of specific transportation projects identified in SAFETEA-LU.  These projects have a separate allocation, but do not receive additional funds and are therefore subject to the state’s federal authorization limit.

            Funding:  Federal- 80%, State – 20%

 

Highway Safety Improvement Program ((HSIP) (SAFETEA-LU / continued in MAP-21)) - funds safety improvement projects at high crash locations.

            Funding:  Federal - 90%, State – 10%

 

Interstate Maintenance (IM) (SAFETEA-LU) - funds projects to restore, resurface, and rehabilitate the Interstate System.

            Funding:  Federal - 90%, State - 10%

 

Interstate Maintenance Discretionary ((IMD) (Carryover from SAFETEA-LU)) – earmarked funds for projects to restore, resurface, and rehabilitate the Interstate System.

            Funding:  Federal - 90%, State - 10%


 

National Highway Program ((NHS) (from SAFTEA-LU, MAP-21) enhances NHS to include additional roadways and is renamed National Highway Performance Program (NHPP)) - funds projects on all National Highway System Roadways.

            Funding:  Varies, generally Federal - 80%, State – 20%, but for the Interstate System, Federal - 90%, State – 10%

 

Non-Federal Aid (NFA) - funds construction, reconstruction, and improvement projects on roads and bridges in urban and rural areas.

            Funding: State - 100%  (Transportation Bond Bill), or Private - 100%

 

Surface Transportation Program ((STP) (TEA-21 continued in MAP-21)) - funds projects chosen by states and localities for any roads that are not functionally classified as local or rural minor collectors.

            Funding:  Federal - 80%, State - 20%

 

STP Enhancements ((STP E) ((SAFETEA-LU ; not continued in MAP-21)) - a portion of Surface Transportation Program funding for enhancement projects chosen by states and localities.

            Funding:  Federal -80%, State - 20%

 

Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) – (New program established in MAP-21) - authorizes a new category which provides funding for projects which can be defined as transportation alternatives including bicycle and pedestrian facilities, enhanced mobility, community improvements, environmental mitigations, and various other types of transportation alternatives as defined in MAP 21.

            Funding:  Federal - 80%, State - 20%

 

Transportation, Community, and System Preservation (TCSP) Program (SAFETEA-LU) / continued in MAP-21)  – according to the Federal Highway Administration website

“provides funding for a comprehensive initiative including planning grants, implementation grants, and research to investigate and address the relationships between transportation, community, and system preservation and to identify private sector-based initiatives.”

            Funding:  Federal - 80%, Other - 20%


 

 

 

Transit Projects

 

            Projects from the following Federal-aid (SAFETEA-LU and/or MAP-21 as noted) and non-Federal-aid funding categories are shown in the FFY 2015-2018 TIP.

 

Section 5307 (SECT-07) (Capital and Planning) (SAFETEA-LU continued in MAP-21) - funds routine capital projects and planning assistance in urban areas.  This is an urban formula grant program for MVRTA Preventative Maintenance and ADA costs.

 

            Funding:  Federal - 80%, State - 20% (Bond Issue Funds) (capital and planning expenses)

 

State funding for the MVRTA's operating budget is provided through an agreement with the Transit Division of MassDOT.  Local funds are derived from community assessments based on the number of route miles and special services operated within each community.

 

The Merrimack Valley Planning Commission will provide the 20% match for the planning activities it will conduct for the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority under its Section 5307 transit planning contract with the Authority.

 

Section 5309 ((SECT-9) (SAFETEA-LU replaced in MAP-21 with Section 5339)) - funds capital projects in urban areas which can be characterized as major capital investments in public transportation equipment and facilities.  This is a discretionary grant program.

 

            Funding:  Federal - 80%, State - 20% (Transportation Bond Issue)

 

Section 5310 ((SECT-10) (SAFETEA-LU continued in MAP-21))- provides capital funds, through the State, to private non-profit corporations and organizations to assist them in providing transportation services to meet the special needs of elderly and disabled persons.

 

            Funding:  Federal - 80%, Funding Applicant - 20%


 Organization of Project Listings

 

Each highway project in the TIP contains the following information:

 

Project ID - project identification numbers given by MassDOT for each highway and bridge project and SAFETEA-LU project numbers for HPP projects;

 

MassDOT Project Description – Includes the community, or communities, in which the project is located and a brief description of work to be funded under the project. This description is exactly the same as MassDOT has input to its project information pages.

 

D - (MassDOT District) – MassDOT highway district number (Merrimack Valley MPO is part of District 4);

 

Funding Source - abbreviation for the funding category from which funding is expected. (Funding categories and abbreviations are explained starting on page 3.);

 

Total Programmed Funds- estimated cost of project in Fiscal Year in which advertising is expected; *

 

Federal Funds – Portion of Total Programmed Funds provided by Federal Funding;

 

Non-Federal Funds– Portion of Total Programmed Funds not provided by Federal Funding, but required as matching funds in order to receive Federal Funds;

 

Additional Information– such as:

 

·         Total Project Cost if project is being Advance Constructed (AC), and the number of years the AC funding is to be reimbursed and which year of AC the listing refers to; 

·         For years beyond the first year of the TIP, the total project cost in the Year of Expenditure which includes an inflation rate of 4% per year from 2015 dollars;

 

 

 

* Inflation increases project costs and therefore the project costs have been increased by 4% each future year of the TIP.

·         The TEC Score – Transportation Evaluation Criteria (TEC) score as described in Part A.2. above;

 

·         Whether the funding is for Construction or Design of the project;

·         Whether Federal funding is from more than one funding category.

·         Category of project for determining “Operating and Maintenance” versus “Capital and Other” cost.

The notation is O, M, C, or N representing:   (O) operating costs, (M) maintenance costs, (C) capital costs, or (N) other costs, such as planning.

Each transit project in the TIP contains the following information:

 

FTA Program – abbreviation for the Federal Funding program from which funding is expected. (Transit Funding categories and abbreviations are explained on page 6.);

 

Regional Transit Authority – MVRTA (Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority) is the regional transit authority.

 

Project Description – a brief description of work to be funded under the project. 

 

Carryover or Earmark Details – indicates whether Carryover or a specific year’s Earmark funding is being used.

 

Federal Funds – Portion of Total Programmed Funds provided by Federal Funding;

 

State Match Sources – Portion of Total Programmed Funds not provided by Federal Funding, but required as matching funds in order to receive Federal Funds, coming from State Sources subdivided into the following categories of State Funding:

            RTACAP –Regional Transit Authority State Capital Assistance

            MAP – Mobility Assistance Program

            ITCCAP – Intermodal Transportation Center Capital

            TDC –Transportation Development Credits

            SCA – State Contract Assistance

RTA Funds – Portion of Total Programmed Funds not provided by Federal Funding, but required as matching funds in order to receive Federal Funds, coming from MVRTA funding sources other than State funding sources.

Total Cost - estimated total cost of project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Part B.  Project Listings

 

Highway Projects

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 


 


 










 


 



 

 







 





 





















 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transit Projects

 


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FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

5307 ►

MVRTA

Capital funding used for Preventive Maintenance and considered as an operating expense for FY 2016 (O)

Carryover, FY 2015 Funds Used

$2,427,775

$0

$606,945

$0

$3,034,720

 

MVRTA

Capital funding used for operating ADA service and considered as an operating expense for FY 2016 (O)

Carryover Used

$1,069,635

$0

$267,410

$0

$1,337,045

MVRTA

Operating Assistance (O)

Carryover Used

$1,064,460

$0

$1,064,460

$0

$2,128,920

MVRTA

Continue Short Range Transit Planning MVPC UPWP FY 2016 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

Carryover Used

$40,000

$0

$0

$10,000

$50,000


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FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
TDC ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

5307 ►

MVRTA

MVPC Technical Support to MVRTA FY 2016 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

Carryover Used

$40,000

$0

$0

$10,000

$50,000

MVRTA

Purchase - Replacement: Vans 11 Model Year 2009 Delivery FY 2015 (M)

Carryover Used

$501,600

$125,400

 

$627,000

MVRTA

Replace 10 of 17 Model Year 2004 Transit buses with new buses (delivery FY 2016) (M)

Carryover Used

$3,360,000

$840,000

 

$4,200,000

MVRTA

Rehab/Renovation: Refurbish Engine/transmission 9 Model year 2009 Buses (M)

Carryover Used

$216,000

$54,000

 

 

$270,000


 

 

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FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

5307 ►

MVRTA

McGovern Intermodal Center State of Good Repair (M)

 Carryover Used

$60,000

$15,000

 

 

$75,000

MVRTA

Maintenance Facility State of Good Repair (M)

 Carryover Used

$92,000

$23,000

 

 

$115,000

 

MVRTA

Purchase of Replacement Bus Wash System (M)

Carryover Used

$192,000

$48,000

 

 

$240,000

 

5307 Subtotal ►

$9,063,470

$1,105,400

$1,938,815

$20,000

$12,127,685

 


 

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FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5309 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5309 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5310 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5310 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5311 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5311 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5316 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5316 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5317 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5317 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

SoGR ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Livability►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

TIGER ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Grants Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Other ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Operating Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Total►

$9,063,470

$1,105,400

$1,938,815

$20,000

$12,127,685


 

2015  (Cont.) Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program        05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                           06/25/2014   Endorsed

 

Fiscal Constraint Analysis

 

 

Federal Funding Source ▼

Programmed ▼

Available ▼

(+/-) ▼

 

FFY 15 / 5307

$907,080

$5,300,000

$4,392,920

Available

 

Carryover/ 5307

$8,156,390

$8,156,390

-

Available

 

Total 5307

$9,063,470

$13,456,390

$4,392,920

Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Funding Source ▼

Programmed ▼

Available ▼

(+/-) ▼

 

 

RTACAP

$1,105,400

$1,105,400

Available

 

SCA

$1,938,815

$1,938,815

Available

 

 

 


 

 

2016   Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement Program                    05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                            06/25/2014   Endorsed

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

5307 ►

MVRTA

Capital funding used for Preventive Maintenance and considered as an operating expense for FY 2017 (O)

Carryover, FY 2016 Funds Used

$2,505,065

$0

$626,265

$0

$3,131,330

 

MVRTA

Capital funding used for operating ADA service and considered as an operating expense for FY 2017 (O)

 

Carryover Used

$1,101,730

$0

$275,430

$0

$1,377,160

MVRTA

Continue Short Range Transit Planning MVPC UPWP FY 2017 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

Carryover Used

$40,000

$0

$0

$10,000

$50,000

 


 

 


2016 (Cont.)  Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement Program       05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                           06/25/2014   Endorsed

 

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

 

 

MVRTA

MVPC Technical Support to MVRTA FY 2017 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

Carryover Used

$40,000

$0

$0

$10,000

$50,000

 

 

MVRTA

Rehab/Renovation: Buckley Transportation Center (M)

 

Carryover Used

$200,000

$50,000

 

 

$250,000

 

MVRTA

Replace 7 of 17 Model Year 2004 Transit buses with new buses (delivery FY 2016) (M)

 

Carryover Used

$2,352,000

$588,000

 

 

$2,940,000

 

 

MVRTA

Replace 5 Vans with new (Delivery 2016) (M)

 

Carryover Used

$285,000

$57,000

 

 

$250,000

 

 

5307 Subtotal ►

$6,523,795

$695,000

$901,695

$20,000

$8,140,490

 

5309 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

5309 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

2016 (Cont.)  Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program               05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                                  06/25/2014   Endorsed  

 

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5310 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

5310 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5311 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

5311 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5316 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

5316 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5317 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

5317 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

SoGR ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Livability ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

TIGER ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

Grants Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Other ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

Operating Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

Total►

$6,523,795

$695,000

$901,695

$20,000

$8,140,490

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016  (Cont.) Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program            05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                               06/25/2014   Endorsed

 

Fiscal Constraint Analysis

 

 

Federal Funding Source ▼

Programmed ▼

Available ▼

(+/-) ▼

 

FFY 16 / 5307

$2,130,875

$5,300,000

$3,169,125

Available

 

Carryover / 5307

$4,392,920

$4,392,920

-

Available

 

Total 5307

$6,523,795

$9,692,920

$3,169,125

Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Funding Source ▼

Programmed ▼

Available ▼

(+/-) ▼

 

 

RTACAP

$695,000

$695,000

 

SCA

$901,695

$901,695

 

 


 

 

 

2017   Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement Program                   05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                           06/25/2014   Endorsed

 

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

 

5307 ►

MVRTA

Capital funding used for Preventive Maintenance and considered as an operating expense for FY 2018 (O)

Carryover, FY 2017 Funds Used

$2,583,745

$0

$645,935

$0

$3,229,680

 

 

MVRTA

Capital funding used for operating ADA service and considered as an operating expense for FY 2018 (O)

Carryover Used

$1,134,775

$0

$283,695

$0

$1,418,470

 

 

MVRTA

Rehab/Renovation: Refurbish Engine/ Transmission on 8 Model year 2011 Buses (M)

Carryover Used

$192,000

$48,000

 

 

$240,000

 

 

MVRTA

Purchase – 3 New Model 2017 35’ Transit Buses (C)

Carryover Used

$1,008,000

$252,000

 

 

$1,260,000

 

 

2017 (Cont.)  Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement Program       05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                           06/25/2014   Endorsed

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MVRTA

Continue Short Range Transit Planning MVPC UPWP FY 2018 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

Carryover Used

$40,000

$0

$0

$10,000

$50,000

 

MVRTA

MVPC Technical Support to MVRTA FY 2018 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

Carryover Used

$40,000

$0

$0

$10,000

$50,000

 

5307 Subtotal ►

$4,998,520

$300,000

$929,630

$20,000

$6,248,150

5309 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5309 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

 

 


 

2017 (Cont.)  Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program               05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                                  06/25/2014   Endorsed  

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5310 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5310 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5311 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5311 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5316 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5316 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5317 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5317 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

SoGR ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Livability ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

TIGER ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Grants Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Other ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Operating Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Total►

$4,998,520

$300,000

$929,630

$20,000

$6,248,150

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017  (Cont.) Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program            05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                               06/25/2014   Endorsed

 

Fiscal Constraint Analysis

 

 

Federal Funding Source ▼

Programmed ▼

Available ▼

(+/-) ▼

 

FFY 17 / 5307

$1,829,395

$5,300,000

$3,470,605

Available

 

Carryover / 5307

$3,169,125

$3,169,125

-

Available

 

Total 5307

4,998,520

$6,469,125

$3,470,605

Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Funding Source ▼

Programmed ▼

Available ▼

(+/-) ▼

 

 

RTACAP

$300,000

$300,000

 

SCA

$929,630

$929,630

 

 


 


2018   Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement Program                   05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                            06/25/2014   Endorsed

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

5307 ►

MVRTA

Capital funding used for Preventive Maintenance and considered as an operating expense for FY 2019 (O)

Carryover, FY 2018 Funds Used

$2,661,255

$0

$665,315

$0

$3,326,570

 

MVRTA

Capital funding used for operating ADA service and considered as an operating expense for FY 2019 (O)

Carryover Used

$1,168,820

$0

$292,205

$0

$1,461,025

 

MVRTA

Purchase Replacement Supervisory and Maintenance Vehicles

Carryover Used

$192,000

$48,000

$0

$0

$240,000

 

 


 

 

 

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                                                                                                                                                           06/25/2014   Endorsed

 

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MVRTA

Rehab/Renovation: Refurbish Engine/ Transmission on 8 Model year 20011 Buses (M)

Carryover Used

$192,000

$48,000

$0

$0

$240,000

MVRTA

Continue Short Range Transit Planning MVPC UPWP FY 2019 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

Carryover Used

$40,000

$0

$0

$10,000

$50,000

 

MVRTA

MVPC Technical Support to MVRTA FY 2019 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

Carryover Used

$40,000

$0

$0

$10,000

$50,000

 

5307 Subtotal ►

$4,294,075

$96,000

$957,520

$20,000

$5,367,595

 


 

2018 (Cont.)  Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program               05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                                  06/25/2014   Endorsed

 

FTA                 Program ▼

RTA ▼

Project                                Description ▼

Carry-over or Earmark Details▼

Federal             Funds ▼

State Match Source RTACAP ▼

State Match Source
SCA ▼

Local            Funds ▼

Total                     Cost ▼

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5309 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5309 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5310 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5310 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5311 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5311 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5316 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5316 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

5317 ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

5317 Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

SoGR ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Livability ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

TIGER ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Grants Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

Other ►

 

No Projects Programmed

N/A

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Operating Subtotal ►

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

 

Total►

$4,294,075

$96,000

$957,520

$20,000

$5,367,595

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018  (Cont.) Merrimack Valley MPO 2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program            05/22/2014   Draft Released

                                                                                                                                                               06/25/2014   Endorsed

 

Fiscal Constraint Analysis

 

 

Federal Funding Source ▼

Programmed ▼

Available ▼

(+/-) ▼

 

FFY 18 / 5307

$823,470

$5,300,000

$4,476,530

Available

 

Carryover / 5307

$3,470,605

$3,470,605

-

Available

 

Total 5307

$4,294,075

$8,770,605

$4,476,530

Available

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Funding Source ▼

Programmed ▼

Available ▼

(+/-) ▼

 

 

RTACAP

$96,000

$96,000

 

SCA

$957,520

$957,520

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Part C.  Federal Requirements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


MVPC_Logo_3c.jpg

 

Part C. 1.  Endorsement Page for Federal TIP

Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization Endorsement of the

FFY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program

Whereas, the Merrimack Valley MPO has completed its review in accordance with Section 176(c) (4) of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1990 [42 U.S.C. 7251 (a)], and hereby certifies that the FFY 2015-2018 TIP is financially constrained and that the implementation of the Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2012 Regional Transportation Plan satisfies the conformity criteria specified in both 40 CFR Part 51 and 93 (8/15/1997) and 310 CMR 60.03 (12/30/1994).

               Therefore, in accordance with 23 CFR Part 450 Section 322 (Development and content of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan) of the March 16, 2007 Final Rules for Statewide and Metropolitan Planning, the MPO hereby endorses the FFY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program.

 

Signatory Certification:

 

_____________________     _________________________                     ___________________

Richard A. Davey                     Joseph Costanzo, Administrator        James Fiorentini     

Secretary/CEO Mass DOT     MVRTA Advisory Board          Mayor of Haverhill

 

______________________   ______________________ ___        ____________________

Francis DePaola                      Curt Bellavance                                 Daniel Rivera

MassDOT Highway                Town of North Andover                     Mayor of Lawrence

Division Administrator

 

_____________________     _________________________         ____________________

Stuart Egenberg                     Ken Gray                                            Robert Snow

Town of Georgetown               Mayor of Amesbury                             Town of Rowley

 

_____________________                                

Dennis DiZoglio

MVPC Director        

                                                                       

Date:  June 25, 2014


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MVPC_Logo_3c.jpgPart C. 2.  Self Certification Compliance Statement

 Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization

 

Concurrent with the submittal of the proposed TIP to the FHWA and the FTA, the MPO Policy Board shall certify that the metropolitan transportation planning process is being carried out in accordance with all applicable requirements including:

1.  23 U.S.C. 134, 49 U.S.C. 5303, and this subpart;

2.    In nonattainment and maintenance areas, sections 174 and 176 (c) and (d) of the Clean Air Act, as amended  (42 U.S.C. 7504, 7506 (c) and (d)) and 40 CFR part93;

3.    Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (42 U.S.C. 2000d-1) and 49 CFR part21;

4.    49 U.S.C. 5332, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or age in employment or business opportunity;

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

6.    23 CFR 230, regarding the implementation of an Equal Employment Opportunity Program on Federal and Federal-aid Highway construction contracts;

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

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

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

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

11. Anti-lobbying restrictions found in 49 USC Part 20.  No appropriated funds may be expended by a recipient to influence or attempt to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, in connection with the awarding of any Federal contract.

 

Signatory Certification:

 

_____________________      _________________________        ______________________

Richard A. Davey                     Joseph Costanzo, Administrator       James Fiorentini        

Secretary/CEO MassDOT       MVRTA Advisory Board                      Mayor of Haverhill   

 

______________________       ____________________________           ______________________

Francis DePaola,                     Curt Bellavance                                 Daniel Rivera

MassDOT Highway                  Town of North Andover                      Mayor of Lawrence

Division Administrator

 

_____________________      _______________________           ______________________        

Stuart Egenberg                       Ken Gray                                          Robert Snow        

Town of Georgetown               Mayor of Amesbury                            Town of Rowley  

 

_____________________

Dennis DiZoglio

MVPC Director

 

Date:  June 25, 2014


 

Part C. 3.  Financial Summary - Targets

 

Highway Projects Financial Plan

 

            Funding levels for Fiscal Years 2015-2018 have been developed cooperatively between the State and the MPOs as part of the TIP development process.  The following four tables depict the resulting financial plan for each of the four fiscal years.  The expected Title 23 Apportionment is listed first followed by the projected needs of the State.  A formula developed by the Regional Planning Agencies (RPAs) and approved by MassDOT is applied to the “Statewide Infrastructure Program Plus State Match” to come up with target budgets for each MPO. Inflation increases project costs and therefore these costs have been increased 4% per year.

 


Title 23 – Transportation Funding

Federal Fiscal Year 2015

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

Obligation Authority

Obl. Auth. Matching

Total Funding Based On

Base Obligation Authority

$550,000,000

 

 

Redistribution, as estimated by FHWA

$50,000,000

 

 

Total Estimated Obligation Authority Available

$600,000,000

 

 

ABP GANS Repayment

30,795,000

 

 

Total Non-Earmarked Available Statewide – (Including State Match)

569,205,000

131,600,711

700,805,711

Statewide Infrastructure Items:

 

 

 

Statewide Infrastructure Program

$2,000,000

$500,000

$2,500,000

Statewide HSIP Program

$16,800,000

$1,866,667

$18,666,667

Statewide Safe Routes to Schools

$4,992,364

$832,274

$5,824,638

Statewide CMAQ

$7,153,600

$1,788,400

$8,942,000

Statewide Transportation Enhancements

$6,708,565

$1,677,141

$8,385,706

Statewide Recreational Trails

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Statewide ITS

$10,240,000

$2,560,000

$12,800,000

Statewide Interstate Maintenance

$47,250,000

$5,250,000

$52,500,000

Statewide NHS Preservation Program

$19,676,374

$4,919,094

$24,595,468

Statewide RR Grade Crossings

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Statewide Stormwater Retrofits

$5,800,000

$1,450,000

$7,250,000

Statewide ADA Implementation Plan

$0

$0

$0

Subtotal Statewide Infrastructure Items

$122,220,903

$21,243,575

$143,464,478


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding Federal Fiscal Year 2015 (Continued)

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obligation Authority

Obl. Auth. Matching

Total Funding Based On

Other Statewide Items:

 

 

 

Award Adjustments, Change Orders, Project Value Changes, Etc.

$33,833,700

$8,458,425

$42,292,125

Planning

$24,800,000

$6,200,000

$31,000,000

DBEs,FAPO, Pavement Lab Retrofits, and Misc. Programs

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Subtotal Other Statewide Items:

$59,433,700

$14,858,425

$74,292,125

Regional Major Infrastructure Projects:

$138,618,067

$34,654,517

$173,272,584

Bridge Program:

 

 

 

 Statewide Bridge Maintenance Program

$8,000,000

$2,000,000

$10,000,000

 Statewide Bridge Repl. / Rehab  Program

$107,800,000

$26,950,000

$134,750,000

 Statewide Bridge Inspection Program

$5,000,000

$1,250,000

$6,250,000

Subtotal Federal Aid Bridge Program:

$120,800,000

$30,200,000

$151,000,000

Total Regional Targets:

 

 

 

     Minimum Regional CMAQ Component:

$30,000,000

$7,500,000

$37,500,000

     Minimum Regional HSIP Component:

$10,000,000

$1,111,111

$11,111,111

     Regional TAP Component:

$3,985,003

$996,251

$4,981,254

     Maximum Regional Non-CMAQ / HSIP Component:

$84,147,327

$21,036,832

$105,184,159

Total Regional Target:

$128,132,330

$30,644,194

$158,776,524

 


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding Federal Fiscal Year 2015 (Continued)

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

Region

Region Share (%)

Regional Minimum HSIP Component With State Match

Regional Minimum CMAQ Component With State Match

Regional Minimum TAP Component With State Match

Total Regional Target With State Match

Non CMAQ/ HSIP/ TAP with State Match

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berkshire Region

3.5596

$395,516

$1,334,867

$0

$5,651,879

$3,921,497

Boston Region

42.9671

$4,774,123

$16,112,664

$2,548,719

$68,221,673

$44,786,168

Cape Cod

4.5851

$509,460

$1,719,428

$178,764

$7,280,128

$4,872,476

Central Mass

8.6901

$965,570

$3,258,799

$426,039

$13,797,888

$9,147,480

Franklin Region

2.5397

$282,194

$952,405

$0

$4,032,520

$2,797,922

Martha’s Vineyard

.3100

$34,441

$116,238

$0

$492,158

$341,479

Merrimack Valley

4.4296

$492,173

$1,661,084

$305,423

$7,033,097

$4,574,417

Monta-chusett

4.4596

$495,506

$1,672,333

$74,990

$7,080,725

$4,837,896

Nantucket

.22

$24,442

$82,492

$0

$349,273

$242,340

Northern Middlesex

3.9096

$434,401

$1,466,103

$245,303

$6,207,541

$4,061,733

Old Colony

4.5595

$506,616

$1,709,929

$300,009

$7,239,485

$4,723,031

Pioneer Valley

10.8099

$1,201,102

$4,053,720

$473,939

$17,163,614

$11,434,853

South-eastern Mass

8.9601

$995,567

$3,360,039

$428,067

$14,226,542

$9,422,869

Total:

100.00

$11,111,111

$37,500,000

$4,981,254

$158,776,524

$105,184,159


 


Title 23 – Transportation Funding

Federal Fiscal Year 2016

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

Obligation Authority

Obl. Auth. Matching

Total Funding Based On

Base Obligation Authority

$550,000,000

 

 

Redistribution, as estimated by FHWA

$50,000,000

 

 

Total Estimated Obligation Authority Available

$600,000,000

 

 

ABP GANS Repayment

66,103,864

 

 

Total Non-Earmarked Available Statewide – (Including State Match)

533,896,136

122,676,030

656,572,166

Statewide Infrastructure Items:

 

 

 

Statewide Infrastructure Program

$14,000,000

$3,500,000

$17,500,000

Statewide HSIP Program

$22,500,000

$2,500,000

$25,000,000

Statewide Safe Routes to Schools

$4,651,829

$1,127,454

$5,779,283

Statewide CMAQ

$33,924,910

$8,481,228

$42,406,138

Statewide Transportation Enhancements

$4,355,954

$1,088,988

$5,444,942

Statewide Recreational Trails

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Statewide ITS

$10,480,000

$2,620,000

$13,100,000

Statewide Interstate Maintenance

$45,990,000

$5,110,000

$51,100,000

Statewide NHS Preservation Program

$21,360,000

$5,340,000

$26,700,000

Statewide RR Grade Crossings

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Statewide Stormwater Retrofits

$4,000,000

$1,000,000

$5,000,000

Statewide ADA Implementation Plan

$3,200,000

$800,000

$4,000,000

Subtotal Statewide Infrastructure Items

$166,062,693

$31,967,670

$198,030,363


 

 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding Federal Fiscal Year 2016 (Continued)

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obligation Authority

Obl. Auth. Matching

Total Funding Based On

Other Statewide Items:

 

 

 

     Award Adjustments, Change Orders, Project            Value Changes, Etc.

$35,020,469

$8,755,117

$43,775,586

     Planning

$24,800,000

$6,200,000

$31,000,000

    DBEs,FAPO, Pavement Lab Retrofits, and Misc. Programs

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Subtotal Other Statewide Items:

$60,620,469

$15,155,117

$75,775,586

Regional Major Infrastructure Projects:

$81,195,000

$20,298,750

$101,493,750

Bridge Program:

 

 

 

Statewide Bridge Maintenance Program

$8,000,000

$2,000,000

$10,000,000

Statewide Bridge Repl. / Rehab  Program

$72,357,974

$18,089,494

$90,447,468

Statewide Bridge Inspection Program

$5,000,000

$1,250,000

$6,250,000

Subtotal Federal Aid Bridge Program:

$85,357,974

$21,339,494

$106,697,468

Total Regional Targets:

 

 

 

     Minimum Regional CMAQ Component:

$25,000,000

$6,250,000

$31,250,000

Minimum Regional HSIP Component:

$9,000,000

$1,000,000

$10,000,000

Regional TAP Component:

$7,970,006

$1,992,501

$9,962,507

Maximum Regional Non-CMAQ / HSIP Component:

$98,689,994

$24,672,498

$123,362,492

Total Regional Target:

$140,660,000

$33,915,000

$174,575,000


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding Federal Fiscal Year 2016 (Continued)

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

Region

Region Share (%)

Regional Minimum HSIP Component With State Match

Regional Minimum CMAQ Component With State Match

Regional Minimum TAP Component With State Match

Total Regional Target With State Match

Non CMAQ/ HSIP/ TAP with State Match

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berkshire Region

3.5596

$355,964

$1,112,389

$0

$6,214,248

$4,745,895

Boston Region

42.9671

$4,296,710

$13,427,220

$4,346,838

$75,009,821

$52,939,052

Cape Cod

4.5851

$458,514

$1,432,857

$305,425

$8,004,511

$5,807,715

Central Mass

8.6901

$869,013

$2,715,666

$727,774

$15,170,796

$10,858,343

Franklin Region

2.5397

$253,975

$793,671

$0

$4,433,762

$3,386,116

Martha’s Vineyard

.3100

$30,997

$96,865

$0

$541,128

$413,266

Merrimack Valley

4.4296

$442,956

$1,384,237

$520,893

$7,732,899

$5,384,814

Monta- chusett

4.4596

$445,955

$1,393,611

$127,980

$7,785,266

$5,817,721

Nantucket

.22

$21,998

$68,743

$0

$384,027

$293,286

Northern Middlesex

3.9096

$390,961

$1,221,753

$418,360

$6,825,200

$4,794,126

Old Colony

4.5595

$455,954

$1,424,858

$511,704

$7,959,824

$5,567,308

Pioneer Valley

10.8099

$1,080,992

$3,378,100

$809,741

$18,871,416

$13,602,583

South- eastern Mass

8.9601

$896,010

$2,800,033

$730,779

$15,642,102

$11,215,279

Total:

100.00

$10,000,000

$31,250,000

$9,962,507

$174,575,000

$124,825,504


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding

Federal Fiscal Year 2017

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

Obligation Authority

Obl. Auth. Matching

Total Funding Based On

Base Obligation Authority

$550,000,000

 

 

Redistribution, as estimated by FHWA

$50,000,000

 

 

Total Estimated Obligation Authority Available

$600,000,000

 

 

ABP GANS Repayment

104,921,614

 

 

Total Non-Earmarked Available Statewide – (Including State Match)

495,078,386

113,392,097

608,470,483

Statewide Infrastructure Items:

 

 

 

Statewide Infrastructure Program

$5,600,000

$1,400,000

$7,000,000

Statewide HSIP Program

$18,000,000

$2,000,000

$20,000,000

Statewide Safe Routes to Schools

$5,000,000

$1,250,000

$6,250,000

Statewide CMAQ

$28,500,000

$7,125,000

$35,625,000

Statewide Recreational Trails

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Statewide ITS

$14,400,000

$3,600,000

$18,000,000

Statewide Interstate Maintenance

$47,718,000

$5,302,000

$53,020,000

Statewide NHS Preservation Program

$19,932,000

$4,983,000

$24,915,000

Statewide RR Grade Crossings

$4,000,000

$1,000,000

$5,000,000

Statewide Stormwater Retrofits

$4,000,000

$1,000,000

$5,000,000

Statewide ADA Implementation Plan

$3,200,000

$800,000

$4,000,000

Subtotal Statewide Infrastructure Items

$151,150,000

$28,660,000

$179,810,000


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding Federal Fiscal Year 2017 (Continued)

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

Obligation Authority

Obl. Auth. Matching

Total Funding Based On

Other Statewide Items:

 

 

 

     Award Adjustments, Change Orders, Project            Value Changes, Etc.

$31,530,000

$7,882,500

$39,412,500

     Planning

$25,800,000

$6,450,000

$32,250,000

    DBEs,FAPO, Pavement Lab Retrofits, and Misc. Programs

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Subtotal Other Statewide Items:

$58,130,000

$14,532,500

$72,662,500

Regional Major Infrastructure Projects:

$32,800,000

$8,200,000

$41,000,000

Bridge Program:

 

 

 

Statewide Bridge Maintenance Program

$8,000,000

$2,000,000

$10,000,000

Statewide Bridge Repl. / Rehab  Program

$99,338,386

$24,834,597

$124,172,983

Statewide Bridge Inspection Program

$5,000,000

$1,250,000

$6,250,000

Subtotal Federal Aid Bridge Program:

$112,338,386

$28,084,597

$140,422,983

Total Regional Targets:

 

 

 

     Minimum Regional CMAQ Component:

$25,000,000

$6,250,000

$31,250,000

Minimum Regional HSIP Component:

$9,000,000

$1,000,000

$10,000,000

Regional TAP Component:

$5,178,555

$1,294,639

$6,473,194

Maximum Regional Non-CMAQ / HSIP Component:

$101,481,445

$25,370,361

$126,851,806

Total Regional Target:

$140,660,000

$33,915,000

$174,575,000


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding Federal Fiscal Year 2017 (Continued)

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

Region

Region Share (%)

Regional Minimum HSIP Component With State Match

Regional Minimum CMAQ Component With State Match

Regional Minimum TAP Component With State Match

Total Regional Target With State Match

Non CMAQ/ HSIP/ TAP with State Match

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berkshire Region

3.5596

$355,964

$1,112,389

$0

$6,214,249

$4,745,895

Boston Region

42.9671

$4,296,710

$13,427,220

$2,824,382

$75,009,821

$54,461,509

Cape Cod

4.5851

$458,514

$1,432,857

$198,452

$8,004,511

$5,914,688

Central Mass

8.6901

$869,013

$2,715,666

$472,875

$15,170,796

$11,113,242

Franklin Region

2.5397

$253,975

$793,671

$0

$4,433,762

$3,386,116

Martha’s Vineyard

.3100

$30,997

$96,865

$0

$541,128

$413,266

Merrimack Valley

4.4296

$442,956

$1,384,237

$338,453

$7,732,899

$5,567,254

Montachusett

4.4596

$445,955

$1,393,611

$83,156

$7,785,266

$5,862,545

Nantucket

.22

$21,998

$68,743

$0

$384,027

$293,286

Northern Middlesex

3.9096

$390,961

$1,221,753

$271,832

$6,825,200

$4,940,654

Old Colony

4.5595

$455,954

$1,424,858

$332,483

$7,959,824

$5,746,529

Pioneer Valley

10.8099

$1,080,992

$3,378,100

$526,134

$18,871,416

$13,886,191

South- eastern Mass

8.9601

$896,010

$2,800,033

$474,828

$15,642,102

$11,471,231

Total:

100.00

$10,000,000

$31,250,000

$6,473,194

$174,575,000

$127,802,406


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding

Federal Fiscal Year 2018

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

Obligation Authority

Obl. Auth. Matching

Total Funding Based On

Base Obligation Authority

$550,000,000

 

 

Redistribution, as estimated by FHWA

$50,000,000

 

 

Total Estimated Obligation Authority Available

$600,000,000

 

 

ABP GANS Repayment

106,236,614

 

 

Total Non-Earmarked Available Statewide – (Including State Match)

493,763,386

112,326,958

606,090,344

Statewide Infrastructure Items:

 

 

 

Statewide Infrastructure Program

$5,600,000

$1,400,000

$7,000,000

Statewide HSIP Program

$18,000,000

$2,000,000

$20,000,000

Statewide Safe Routes to Schools

$5,000,000

$1,250,000

$6,250,000

Statewide CMAQ

$30,000,000

$7,500,000

$37,500,000

Statewide Recreational Trails

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Statewide ITS

$11,920,000

$2,980,000

$14,900,000

Statewide Interstate Maintenance

$53,020,000

$5,891,111

$58,911,111

Statewide NHS Preservation Program

$25,000,000

$6,250,000

$31,250,000

Statewide RR Grade Crossings

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Statewide Stormwater Retrofits

$4,000,000

$1,000,000

$5,000,000

Statewide ADA Implementation Plan

$3,200,000

$800,000

$4,000,000

Subtotal Statewide Infrastructure Items

$157,340,000

$29,471,111

$186,811,111


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding Federal Fiscal Year 2018 (Continued)

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

Obligation Authority

Obl. Auth. Matching

Total Funding Based On

Other Statewide Items:

 

 

 

     Award Adjustments, Change Orders, Project            Value Changes, Etc.

$30,900,000

$7,725,000

$38,625,000

     Planning

$24,800,000

$6,200,000

$31,000,000

    DBEs,FAPO, Pavement Lab Retrofits, and Misc. Programs

$800,000

$200,000

$1,000,000

Subtotal Other Statewide Items:

$56,500,000

$14,125,000

$70,625,000

Regional Major Infrastructure Projects:

$32,800,000

$8,200,000

$41,000,000

Bridge Program:

 

 

 

Statewide Bridge Maintenance Program

$8,000,000

$2,000,000

$10,000,000

Statewide Bridge Repl. / Rehab  Program

$93,463,386

$23,365,847

$116,829,233

Statewide Bridge Inspection Program

$5,000,000

$1,250,000

$6,250,000

Subtotal Federal Aid Bridge Program:

$106,463,386

$26,615,847

$133,079,233

Total Regional Targets:

 

 

 

     Minimum Regional CMAQ Component:

$25,000,000

$6,250,000

$31,250,000

Minimum Regional HSIP Component:

$9,000,000

$1,000,000

$10,000,000

Regional TAP Component:

$5,178,555

$1,294,639

$6,473,194

Maximum Regional Non-CMAQ / HSIP Component:

$101,481,445

$25,370,361

$126,851,806

Total Regional Target:

$140,660,000

$33,915,000

$174,575,000


 

Title 23 – Transportation Funding Federal Fiscal Year 2018 (Continued)

Federal Regional Targets

February 24, 2014

Region

Region Share (%)

Regional Minimum HSIP Component With State Match

Regional Minimum CMAQ Component With State Match

Regional Minimum TAP Component With State Match

Total Regional Target With State Match

Non CMAQ/ HSIP/ TAP with State Match

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Berkshire Region

3.5596

$355,964

$1,112,389

$0

$6,214,248

$4,745,895

Boston Region

42.9671

$4,296,710

$13,427,220

$2,824,382

$75,009,821

$54,461,509

Cape Cod

4.5851

$458,514

$1,432,857

$198,452

$8,004,511

$5,914,688

Central Mass

8.6901

$869,013

$2,715,666

$472,875

$15,170,796

$11,113,242

Franklin Region

2.5397

$253,975

$793,671

$0

$4,433,762

$3,386,116

Martha’s Vineyard

.3100

$30,997

$96,865

$0

$541,128

$413,266

Merrimack Valley

4.4296

$442,956

$1,384,237

$338,453

$7,732,899

$5,567,254

Monta- chusett

4.4596

$445,955

$1,393,611

$83,156

$7,785,266

$5,862,545

Nantucket

.22

$21,998

$68,743

$0

$384,027

$293,286

Northern Middlesex

3.9096

$390,961

$1,221,753

$271,832

$6,825,200

$4,940,654

Old Colony

4.5595

$455,954

$1,424,858

$332,483

$7,959,824

$5,746,529

Pioneer Valley

10.8099

$1,080,992

$3,378,100

$526,134

$18,871,416

$13,886,191

South- eastern Mass

8.9601

$896,010

$2,800,033

$474,828

$15,642,102

$11,471,231

Total:

100.00

$10,000,000

$31,250,000

$6,473,194

$174,575,000

$127,802,405

           

The following table shows the total federal programmed amounts in this TIP for each of the four years covered in this document. The funding summaries below show the total Operating and Maintenance costs versus Capital and Other costs, for each year of the TIP.   A fiscal constraint finding for the State Transportation Improvement Program will include the cost of operating and maintaining the existing MVMPO transportation system. 

 

Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization

FY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program

 

Highway Program Financial Plan

(FHWA - related funding categories only)

Total Costs including Federal and State Match*

Figures include Federal Aid “target” program & statewide funding

 

Fiscal Year

Federal Programmed Operating/

Maintenance Costs*

(inc. Match)

Federal Programmed Capital and Other

 Costs*

(inc. Match)

Total

Federal + Match

Programmed*

Total

Federal + Match

Estimated Available Funds*

 

 

 

 

 

2015

44.93

31.35

76.28

76.28

 

 

 

 

 

2016

12.70

9.74

22.44

23.08

 

 

 

 

 

2017

6.27

6.91

13.18

14.76

 

 

 

 

 

2018

45.95

9.29

55.24

55.68

 

* Millions of dollars

The financial plan contained herein is financially constrained and indicates that the Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization's 2015-2018 TIP reflects an emphasis on the maintenance and operation of the current roadway and bridge system with the ability to provide additional capital improvements.  Only projects for which funds can be expected have been included. 

Part B of this document includes a list of Non-federal-aid transportation projects in the region.  The projects listed in Part B are an integral part of the planning, programming, and priority setting process of the MVMPO.

 

            Following the Transit Projects Financial Plan, the eight tables in Part C.4. contain a breakdown of the project cost totals and federal aid cost portions by federal aid funding categories for each fiscal year and the expected available resources to cover the cost.         

 

            The tables on the following pages show actual MassDOT Highway Operating and Maintenance Expenditures for FFY 2012, 2013 and 2014.

 


 

Massachusetts Department of Transportation – Highway Division

Summary of Operating and Maintenance Expenditures

Merrimack Valley Region – Part 1:  Non-Federal Aid

June 3, 2014

 

Section I – Non-Federal Aid Maintenance Projects – State Bond funds

 

   

Program Group/Sub Group

 

 

 

Estimated SFY 2012 Expenditures

 

Estimated SFY 2013 Expenditures

 

Current

SFY 2014 Expenditures to Date

01- Bridge Repair & Replacement

 

 

 

         New Bridge (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         Bridge Replacement (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         Bridge Reconstruction/Rehab

$405,785

$9,534,929

$2,811,595

         Drawbridge Maintenance

$0

$0

$0

         Structure Maintenance

$3,869,456

$106,953

$0

02 – Bridge Painting

 

 

 

          Painting -  Structural

$0

$0

$0

03 – Roadway Reconstruction

 

 

 

         Hwy Relocation (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         Hwy Recon. –Added Capacity (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         New Construction (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         Hwy Reconstr – Restr and Rehab

$0

$0

$0

         Hwy Reconstr – No Added Capacity

$43,007

$34,642

$668,118

         Hwy Reconstr – Minor Widening

$0

$0

$0

         Hwy Reconstr – Major Widening

$0

$0

$0

04 – Roadway Resurfacing

 

 

 

         Resurfacing

$0

$0

$0


 

Massachusetts Department of Transportation – Highway Division

Summary of Operating and Maintenance Expenditures

Merrimack Valley Region – Part 1:  Non-Federal Aid (Continued)

June 3, 2014

 

Section I (Cont.) – Non-Federal Aid Maintenance Projects – State Bond funds

   

Program Group/Sub Group

 

 

 

Estimated SFY 2012 Expenditures

 

Estimated SFY 2013 Expenditures

 

Current

SFY 2014 Expenditures to Date

05 – Intersection & Safety

 

 

 

         Impact Attenuators

$0

$0

$0

         Safety Improvements         

$0

$0

$0

         Traffic Signals

$0

$0

$0

06 – Signs & Lighting

 

 

 

          Lighting and Electrical

$0

$0

$0

          Sign Installation / Upgrading

$0

$0

$0

          Structural Signing

$0

$0

$0

07 – Guardrail

 

 

 

          Guard Rail and Fencing

$0

$0

$0

08 – Maintenance

 

 

 

          Catch Basin Cleaning

$0

$0

$0

          Crack Sealing

$0

$0

$0

          Landscape and Roadside Development

$0

$0

$0

          Mowing and Spraying

$0

$0

$0

          Pavement Marking

$0

$0

$0

          Sewer and Water

$0

$0

$0

          Process/Recycle/Trnsprt Soils

$0

$0

$0

          Contract Hwy Maint.

$0

$0

$0


 


 

Massachusetts Highway Department

Summary of Operating and Maintenance Expenditures

Merrimack Valley Region – Part 1:  Non-Federal Aid (Cont.)

June 3, 2014

 

Section I (Cont.) – Non-Federal Aid Maintenance Projects – State Bond funds

 

   

Program Group/Sub Group

 

 

 

Estimated SFY 2012 Expenditures

 

Estimated SFY 2013 Expenditures

 

Current

SFY 2014 Expenditures to Date

09 – Facilities

 

 

 

          Chemical Storage Sheds

$0

$0

$0

          Vertical Construction

$0

$527,607

$4,085,426

10 – Bikeways (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

11 – Other

 

 

 

          Demolition

$0

$0

$0

          Drilling and Boring

$0

$0

$0

          Highway Sweeping

$0

$0

$0

          Intelligent Transportation Sys

$0

$0

$0

          Marine Construction

 

 

 

          Miscellaneous / No Prequal

$0

$0

$0

          Reclamation

$0

$0

$0

          Underground Tank Removal Replace

$0

$0

$0

          Unknown

$0

$0

$0

 

 

 

 

Section I Total:

$4,318,248

$10,204,130

$7,565,138

 


 

Massachusetts Highway Department

Summary of Operating and Maintenance Expenditures

Merrimack Valley Region – Part 1:  Non-Federal Aid (Cont.)

June 3, 2014

 

Section II – Non-Federal Aid Highway Operations - State Operating Budget Funding

 

   

Program Group/Sub Group

 

 

 

Estimated SFY 2012 Expenditures

 

Estimated SFY 2013 Expenditures

 

Current

SFY 2014 Expenditures to Date

12 – Snow and Ice Operations & Materials

n/a

n/a

n/a

 

 

 

 

13 – District Maintenance Payroll

n/a

n/a

n/a

         (Mowing, Litter Management, Sight Distance Clearing, Etc.)

 

 

 

Section II Total:

$0

$0

$0

 

 

 

 

Grand Total NFA:

$4,318,248

$10,204,130

$7,565,138


Massachusetts Department of Transportation – Highway Division

Summary of Operating and Maintenance Expenditures

Merrimack Valley Region – Part 2:  Federal Aid

June 3, 2014

 

Section I – Federal Aid Maintenance Projects 

                                   

   

Program Group/Sub Group

 

 

 

Estimated SFY 2012 Expenditures

 

Estimated SFY 2013 Expenditures

 

Current

SFY 2014 Expenditures to Date

01- Bridge Repair & Replacement

 

 

 

         New Bridge (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         Bridge Replacement (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         Bridge Reconstruction/Rehab

$6,265,960

$2,395,314

$12,025

         Drawbridge  Maintenance

$0

$0

$0

         Structure Maintenance

$2,336,644

$125,748

$459

02 – Bridge Painting

 

 

 

         Painting - Structural

$889,207

$74,931

$3,308,515

03 – Roadway Reconstruction

 

 

 

         Hwy Relocation (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         Hwy Recon. – Added Capacity (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         New Construction (Excluded)

n/a

n/a

n/a

         Hwy Reconstr – Restr and Rehab

$329,474

$110,864

$13,833

         Hwy Reconstr – No Added Cap.

$0

$0

$100,442

         Hwy Reconstr – Minor Widening

$1,945,273

$786,302

$59,456

         Hwy Reconstr – Major Widening

$0

$0

$0

04 – Roadway Resurfacing

 

 

 

         Resurfacing

$9,544,640

$5,482,314

$7,132,416


 

Massachusetts Department of Transportation – Highway Division

Summary of Operating and Maintenance Expenditures

Merrimack Valley Region – Part 2:  Federal Aid (Continued)

June 3, 2014

 

Section I (Continued) – Federal Aid Maintenance Projects

                                    

   

Program Group/Sub Group

 

 

 

Estimated SFY 2012 Expenditures

 

Estimated SFY 2013 Expenditures

 

Current

SFY 2014 Expenditures to Date

05 – Intersection & Safety

 

 

 

         Impact Attenuators

$0

$0

$0

         Safety Improvements         

$0

$0

$0

         Traffic Signals

$0

$336,441

$829,313

06 – Signs & Lighting

 

 

 

          Lighting and Electrical

$0

$0

$0

          Sign Installation / Upgrading

$0

$0

$0

          Structural Signing

$1,804,231

$327,898

$5,075

07 – Guardrail