Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning

Organization

Federal Fiscal Years 2018 to 2022

Transportation Improvement Program

Final Report

May 2017

Prepared by the Merrimack Valley Planning Commission

This document was prepared by the Merrimack Valley Planning Commission under Contracts #95416, #MA-80-010 and #MA-80-011 with MassDOT and with the assistance of the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority, MassDOT, the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration.
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Table of Contents

Endorsement Page for Federal TIP - Signatures .............................................................. 1
Self Certification Compliance ............................................................................................ 3
310 CMR 60.05: Global Warming Solutions Act – Signatures .......................................... 5
Part A. Introduction ..................................................................................................... 7
Part A. 1. TIP Development Process................................................................................ 7
Part A. 2. Performance Measures .................................................................................... 11
Part A. 3. Prioritization ..................................................................................................... 18
Part A. 4. Public Participation........................................................................................... 30
Public Participation Plan Stakeholder List....................................................... 31
Part A. 5. Amendment/Adjustment Procedures................................................................ 37
Part A. 6. High Priority Projects........................................................................................ 38
Part A. 7. Advance Construction ...................................................................................... 40
Part A. 8. Transportation Funding Programs.................................................................... 41
Highway Projects ............................................................................................ 41
Transit Projects ............................................................................................... 43
Organization of Project Listings – Transit Projects ......................................... 47
Part B. Project Listings ..................................................................................................... 49
Highway Projects ............................................................................................ 49
Transit Projects ............................................................................................... 71
Summary of Highway Project Listings by Town .............................................. 77
Part C. Federal Requirements ......................................................................................... 83
Part C.1. Highway Program Financial Plan ....................................................................... 84
Final 2018-2022 State Transportation Improvement Program Budgets .......... 85
Highway Program Financial Plan Table .......................................................... 91
Summary of Highway Funding Categories...................................................... 92
Part C. 2. Transit Program Financial Plan ......................................................................... 97
Transit Program Financial Plan Table............................................................. 98
Summary of Transit Funding Categories ........................................................ 103
MVRTA Transit Operations and Maintenance Summary Table ...................... 104
Part C. 3. Status on Implementation of FFY 2017 TIP Projects ........................................ 107
FFY 2017 Highway Project List....................................................................... 107
Part C. 3. Status on Implementation of FFY 2017 TIP Projects ........................................ 108
FFY 2017 Transit Project List ......................................................................... 109
Part C. 4. Air Quality Conformity ....................................................................................... 112
Part C. 5. Special Efforts - ADA ........................................................................................ 125
Part C. 6. Title VI Notice to Beneficiaries .......................................................................... 125
Part C. 7. Environmental Justice ....................................................................................... 128

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Part C. 8. Equity Analysis.................................................................................................. 131
List of Appendices in Separate File................................................................................... 145

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Endorsement Page for Federal TIP - Signatures

Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization Endorsement of the

FFYs 2018-2022 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 FFYs 2018-2022 TIP is financially constrained and that the
implementation of the Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2016 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 FFYs 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program.



Signatory Certification: Date: May 24, 2017

Stephanie Pollack

Joseph Costanzo

James Fiorentini

Secretary/

CEO Mass DOT

Administrator

MVRTA Advisory Board

Mayor of Haverhill

Thomas Tinlin

William Buckley

Daniel Rivera

MassDOT Highway

Division Administrator

City of Methuen

Mayor of Lawrence

David Surface

Neil Harrington

Robert Snow

Town of Georgetown

Town of Salisbury

Town of Rowley




Karen Conard
MVPC Director

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Self Certification Compliance Statement - Signatures 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 part 93;
3. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (42 U.S.C. 2000d-1) and 49 CFR
part 21;
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 FAST Act (Pub. L. 114-357) 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: Date: May 24, 2017



Stephanie Pollack Joseph Costanzo James Fiorentini
Secretary/ Administrator Mayor of Haverhill
CEO Mass DOT MVRTA Advisory Board



Thomas Tinlin William Buckley Daniel Rivera
MassDOT Highway City of Methuen Mayor of Lawrence
Division Administrator



David Surface Neil Harrington Robert Snow
Town of Georgetown Town of Salisbury Town of Rowley

Karen Conard, MVPC Director

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310 CMR 60.05: Global Warming Solutions Act – Signatures

310 CMR 60.05: Global Warming Solutions Act Requirements for the Transportation

Sector and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation

Self – Certification Compliance Statement for Metropolitan Planning Organizations This will certify that the FFYs 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program for the Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization is in compliance with all applicable requirements in the State Regulation 310 CMR 60.05: Global Warming Solutions Act Requirements for the Transportation Sector and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. The regulation requires the Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs)

to:
1. 310 CMR 60.05, 3(b)(1)(a): Evaluate and track the GHG emissions and impacts of
RTPs and TIPs;
2. 310 CMR 60.05, 3(b)(1)(b): In consultation with MassDOT, develop and utilize pro- cedures to prioritize and select projects in RTPs, TIPs, and STIPs based on factors that include GHG emissions and impacts;
3. 310 CMR 60.05, 3(b)(1)(c): Quantify net GHG emissions and impacts resulting from projects in RTPs and TIPs and have made efforts to minimize GHG emissions and impacts;
4. 310 CMR 60.05, 3(b)(1)(d): Determine in consultation with MassDOT that the ap- propriate planning assumptions used for GHG emissions modeling are consistent with local land use policies, or that local authorities have made documented and credible commitments to establishing such consistency;
5. 310 CMR 60.05, 4(a)(2)(e): Develop public consultation procedures for GHG report- ing and related GWSA requirements consistent with current and approved regional public participation plans;
6. 310 CMR 60.05, 4(c): Prior to making final endorsements on the RTPs, TIPs, STIPs, and projects included in these plans, MassDOT and the MPOs shall include the GHG Assessment and information on related GWSA activities in RTPs and TIPs and provide an opportunity for public review and comment on the RTPs, and TIPs.
7. 310 CMR 60.05, 6(a): After a final GHG assessment has been made by MassDOT and the MPOs, MassDOT and the MPOs shall submit MPO-endorsed RTPs and TIPs within 30 days of endorsement to the Department for review of the GHG as-



sessment.

Signatory Certification:

Date: May 24, 2017

Stephanie Pollack

Joseph Costanzo, Administrator

James Fiorentini

Secretary/CEO Mass DOT

MVRTA Advisory Board

Mayor of Haverhill

Thomas Tinlin

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William Buckley

Daniel Rivera

MassDOT Highway

Division Administrator

City of Methuen

Mayor of Lawrence

David Surface

Town of Georgetown

Neil Harrington

Town of Salisbury

Robert Snow

Town of Rowley

Karen Conard

MVPC Director




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Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FFYs 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program Final Report prepared May 2017

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 “Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act)” that was signed into law December 4, 2015. The FAST Act funds $305 billion dollars for transportation for Federal Fiscal Years (FFYs) 2016 through
2020.
The previous legislation “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21)” established planning factors known as the “MAP-21 eight planning factors”. The FAST Act adds two new planning factors (numbers 9 and 10 in the list that follows), the FAST Act stipulates that the metropolitan planning process...
“provide for consideration of projects and strategies that will-

A) support the economic vitality of the metropolitan area, especially by enabling global competitiveness, productivity and efficiency;

B) increase the safety of the transportation system for motorized and non-motorized users;

C) increase the security of the transportation system for motorized and non-motorized users;

D) increase the accessibility and mobility of people and for freight; E) protect and enhance the environment, promote energy
conservation, improve quality of life, and promote consistency between transportation improvements and State and local planned growth and economic development patterns;
F) enhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation system, across and between modes, for people and freight;
G) promote efficient system management and operation;
H) emphasize the preservation of the existing transportation system;

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I) improve the resiliency and reliability of the transportation system and reduce or mitigate stormwater impacts of surface transportation; and
J) enhance travel and tourism.”
It is the responsibility of the Federal mandated, State designated, regional Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) to carry out the Federal transportation planning process in their respective urbanized areas and prepare many Federal transportation documents, including the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). This process, and the MPOs themselves, were established with the intention to include local and regional input into the Federal transportation planning process.
Based on Federal regulations 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). MassDOT combines the 13 regional MPO TIPs with statewide projects to produce the Statewide TIP (STIP) from which Federal-aid highway and transit projects are chosen. 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 and STIP.

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
MVRTA service area. The current MVMPO membership is as follows:

Secretary of MassDOT

–Stephanie Pollack

MassDOT Highway Division Administrator

–Thomas Tinlin

Merrimack Valley Planning Commission (MVPC) Director

–Karen Conard

Administrator 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)

–Neil Harrington

Representing Region 2 (Newbury, Rowley, West Newbury)

–Robert Snow

Representing Region 3 (Boxford, Georgetown, Groveland, Merrimac)–David Surface

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Representing Region 4 (Andover, Methuen, North Andover)

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

–William Buckley

Federal Highway Administration –Massachusetts Division

–Jeff McEwen

Federal Transit Administration – Region I

– Mary Beth Mello

Rockingham Planning Commission MPO (NH), Chairman RPC

–Phil Wilson

Boston MPO, President MAPC

–Keith Bergman

Northern Middlesex MPO, Chairman NMCOG

–Pat Wojtas

Nashua MPO (NH), Chairman NRCP

–David Hennessey

The TIP has been prepared in accordance with 23 CFR 450.326.
The development of the TIP starts with the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The MVMPO’s RTP is a twenty-five year plan for transportation projects that can be programmed for implementation with Federal funds. The RTP is fiscally constrained and lists potential future projects in five year blocks. Projects were chosen for the RTP based on MAP-21 transportation planning factors, existing roadway conditions, problems identified through ongoing pavement, congestion, and safety analyses conducted by the MVMPO, local and state project priorities and fiscal factors. Each year, the MVMPO programs projects from the RTP that are ‘ready-to-go’ into its five-year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). Only those projects that are specifically identified in the RTP, or are consistent with its recommendations, can be programmed in the TIP.
Only projects from the RTP first two banks of years (i.e., 2016 to 2020 and 2021 to 2025) are programmed in the TIP. A few inconsistencies with spending shown in RTP are that when the MVMPO’s FFY 2016 RTP was developed, it was assumed the construction of the Groveland Community Trail and Phase II of the Bradford Rail Trail in Haverhill would occur in FFYs 2021-2025. Both projects are moving through the project implementation and design processes more quickly with the Groveland Community Trail expected to be
advertised for construction in FFY 2019 and Phase II of the Bradford Rail Trail to be adver- tised in FFY 2020.
Projects that appear in the TIP were initiated and selected from a number of sources. Bridge projects have been selected and developed by 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

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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 identified as a "crash cluster" by MassDOT, are used by the Department and local communities to develop TIP
projects.

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Part A. 2. Performance Measures

Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) and the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act require State DOTs and MPOs to establish perfor- mance measures to be used in assessing the transportation system and programming pro- jects for Federal funding categories provided in the Acts. The Final Rules establishing

these measures have been released in three separate rule makings over the past year. "HSIP and Safety Performance Management Measures" with an effective date of April 14,

2016; and "Pavement and Bridge Condition Performance Measures" and "System Perfor- mance/Freight/CMAQ Performance Measures" both with effective dates of May 20, 2017. These Rules define the measures to be used in each of the categories. MassDOT will es- tablish targets based on these performance measures and MPOs will work with MassDOT in choosing the same targets, adapting them to the specific region, or choosing new tar- gets as goals for the MPO. In any case MassDOT and the MPOs will work cooperatively to exchange data and performance targets and measures as required by the legislation. The following are the performance measures as defined by the Final Federal Rules:

HSIP and Safety Performance Management Measures to be applied to all public roads:

Number of Fatalities

Rate of Fatalities

Number of Serious Injuries

Rate of Serious Injuries

Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury

Pavement and Bridge Condition Performance Measures:

Percentage of Pavements of the Interstate System in Good condition

Percentage of Pavements of the Interstate System in Poor condition

Percentage of Pavements of the non-Interstate NHS in Good condition

Percentage of Pavements of the non-Interstate NHS in Poor condition

Percentage of NHS bridges classified as in Good condition

Percentage of NHS bridges classified as in Poor condition

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System Performance/Freight/CMAQ Performance Measures:

Percent of the Person-Miles Traveled on the Interstate that are Reliable

Percent of the Person-Miles Traveled on the non-Interstate NHS that are Reliable

Percent Change in Tailpipe CO2 Emissions on the NHS Compared to the Calendar

Year 2017 Level

Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Index on the Interstate System

Annual Hours of Peak Hour Excessive Delay Per Capita Percent of Non-SOV Trav- el on the NHS System

Total Emission Reduction of all projects funded with CMAQ in areas designated as nonattainment or maintenance for ozone (O3), carbon monoxide (CO), or particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5)

The MVMPO will work cooperatively with MassDOT to determine which performance measures the MPO will collect data for and measure, and which MassDOT will collect data for and measure and will exchange data and program projects for funding with considera- tion of meeting the targets established for each measure. The performance measures will be incorporated into the Transportation Evaluation Criteria (TEC) in the scoring categories as indicated in the TEC Scoring Criteria Chart in Section A.3.

MassDOT and the MPO’s are using many similar performance measures, established prior to the Final Rules, in an effort to consider performance when choosing projects. Safety is currently monitored on all of the region's roadways by using MassDOT crash data to look

at the number and types of crashes and where they took place. This is done to identify those areas that may need further study and infrastructure improvements. MassDOT has developed the "Crash Cluster" concept to identify locations where a high number of crash- es occur. MassDOT considers crashes over a three year period and uses the Equivalent Property Damage Only (EPDO) method to assign scores to crashes in an effort to identify those locations where more severe crashes occur ( 10 points if fatal; 5 if personal injury; 1 if property damage only).

Analysis of crash data is used to indicate where a Road Safety Audit (RSA) to assess safety problems at an intersection, or along a roadway, should be conducted. A RSA is required in order for a project to qualify for HSIP funding. Through an RSA, transportation planners, MassDOT staff, public safety and local public works officials meet to review crash history, identify possible causes for the crash problem, and develop recommenda-

tions for correcting them.

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The MVMPO also identifies all intersections in the region where 10 or more crashes occur in three years and counts and locates crashes involving non-motorized vehicles to capture more of the local potential problem areas.

MassDOT rates bridge condition by AASHTO rating, and programs all bridge and inter- state maintenance projects in the TIP.

MVPC has a pavement management system that analyses and tracks the pavement con- ditions on all Federal-aid non-Interstate roadways for the Regional Transportation Plan.

MassDOT launched the "GreenDOT" initiative in July 2010, designed to make Massachu- setts a progressive state in how its transportation network coexists with the environment and supports sustainable development. One of the goals of GreenDOT is to reduce green- house gas emissions and therefore the MVMPO and MassDOT analyze greenhouse gas (GHG) (CO2) emissions impacts of all projects in the TIP.

Monitoring Progress in Meeting Targets

With the establishment of Performance Measure Final Rules, the MVMPO will soon be re- sponsible for monitoring the effectiveness of previous TIPs in meeting the performance targets that are to be established. While MassDOT and the MPOs work together in estab- lishing state and regional measures and targets contained in the Final Rules, staff will de- velop a methodology for tracking the effectiveness in meeting its existing performance tar- gets as well as any targets related to the federally-mandated measures for inclusion in the FFYs 2019-2023 TIP.

The following table lists all of the programmed projects and which performance target(s), the project will help meet.

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Performance Target(s) Project Will Help Meet

(2018 to 2022 Statewide and Regional Target Funds)

Year (s) Program- med

City / Town

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

Federal Performance Target(s) Project Will Help Meet

2019-

2020

Amesbury

Amesbury - Reconstruction of Elm

Street (# 602418)

$12,064,000

Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

2018

Amesbury

/ Salisbury

Amesbury - Salisbury - Trail Connector

@ I-95 (# 607737)

$2,574,805

1) Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

2) Percent change in Tailpipe CO2

Emissions on the NHS Compared to

Calendar Year 2017 Level.

2020

George- town / Box- ford

Georgetown - Boxford Border to Boston Trail, from Georgetown Road to West Main Street (Route 97) (# 607541)

$1,874,028

1) Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

2) Percent change in Tailpipe CO2

Emissions on the NHS Compared to

Calendar Year 2017 Level.

2021

George- town / Newbury

Georgetown - Newbury Border to Bos- ton Trail, (Northern Georgetown to By- field Section) (# 607542)

$4,341,120

Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

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Performance Target(s) Project Will Help Meet

(2018 to 2022 Statewide and Regional Target Funds) (Cont.)

Year (s) Program- med

City / Town

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

Federal Performance Target(s) Project Will Help Meet

2021

Groveland

Groveland - Reconstruction of Route

97 (School Street) from Parker Street to Gardner Street (# 605753)

$4,049,510

1) Percentage of Pavements of the non- Interstate NHS in Good condition.

2) Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

2019

Groveland

Groveland – Groveland Community Trail, from Main Street to King Street (# 608298)

$1,835,573

1) Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

2) Percent change in Tailpipe CO2 Emis- sions on the NHS Compared to Calendar

Year 2017 Level.

2020

Haverhill

Haverhill – Bradford Rail Trail Exten- sion from Route 125 to Railroad Street (# 608027)

$1,176,240

Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

2018-

2021

Haverhill

Haverhill – Bridge Replacement, H-12-

039, I-495 (NB & SB) over Merrimack

River (# 605306)

$79,000,000

1) Percentage of NHS bridges classified as in Good condition.

2) Percentage of Pavements of the Inter- state System in Good Condition and in Poor Condition

3) Percent of the Person-Miles Traveled on the Interstate that are Reliable.

4) Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) Index on the Interstate System.

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Performance Target(s) Project Will Help Meet

(2018 to 2022 Statewide and Regional Target Funds) (Cont.)

Year (s) Program- med

City / Town

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

Federal Performance Target(s) Project Will Help Meet

2018

Lawrence / North Andover

Lawrence – North Andover – Resurfac- ing and related work on Route 114

(# 608809)

$8,722,560

Percentage of Pavements of the non- Interstate NHS in Good condition.

2019

MVRTA

Flex to FTA for MVRTA new bus up- grade to cleaner fuel buses (# MV0001)

$698,541

Percent change in Tailpipe CO2 Emis- sions on the NHS Compared to Calen- dar Year 2017 Level.

2021

Newbury - New- buryport - Salisbury

Newbury - Newburyport - Salisbury - Resurfacing and related work on Route

1 (# 608494)

$11,854,752

Percentage of Pavements of the non- Interstate NHS in Good condition.

2019

New- buryport

Newburyport - Improvements at Nock Middle School & Molin Upper Elemen- tary School (SRTS) (# 608792)

$1,593,600

Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

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Performance Target(s) Project Will Help Meet

(2018 to 2022 Statewide and Regional Target Funds) (Cont.)

Year (s) Program- med

City / Town

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

Federal Performance Target(s) Project Will Help Meet

2018

North

Andover

North Andover - Intersection & Signal Improvements at Route125 & Massa- chusetts Avenue (# 606159)

$3,640,038

1) Number and Rate of Fatalities

2) Number and Rate of Serious Injuries

3) Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

4) Percent change in Tailpipe CO2 Emis- sions on the NHS Compared to Calen- dar Year 2017 Level.

5) Percent of the Person-Miles Traveled on the non-Interstate NHS that are Reli- able.

2021-

2022*

North

Andover

North Andover - Corridor Improvements on Route 114, between Route 125 (Andover Street) & Stop & Shop Drive- way (# 608095)

$16,758,334*

1) Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

2) Percentage of Pavements of the non- Interstate NHS in Good condition.

3) Percent of the Person-Miles Traveled on the non-Interstate NHS that are Reli- able.

4) Number and Rate of Serious Injuries

2018

Salisbury

Salisbury - Multi-use Trail Extension (Borders to Boston Trail) Includes new Bridge S-02-004 (# 605020)

$5,918,500

Number of non-motorized fatalities and non-motorized serious injury.

* This project is being Advance Constructed (AC'd) with a total project cost of $16,816,717 being reimbursed from 2021
through 2023. Only the 2021 to 2022 funds programmed in this TIP are included in this table.

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Part A. 3. Prioritization

The FFYs 2018-2022 Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) contains Federal-aid project programming information for five 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 2018 begins on October 1, 2017 and ends on September 30, 2018. 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 Rail and Transit Division 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 (TEC),
project cost and the availability of STP, CMAQ, 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. A score valued from -3 to 3 is assigned to each of the criteria. In fact, there is at least one score associated with each of the FAST Act ten planning factors. The scores within each category are averaged and then the category averages are added together to reach the total score. The following chart illustrates the data and scoring criteria for each TEC element as well as the planning factors considered in each element, and which TEC
elemnts will be affected by future performance measures.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Condition

A. Magnitude of pavement condi- tion improve- ments

Use Pavement Condition Index (PCI) (if available) to rate current condition as excellent, good, fair,

or poor. If not available, use pavement condition description from other sources.

Poor = 3 to 2

Fair = 2 to 1

Good = 1 to 2

Excellent = 0 to 1

Pavement condi- tions often vary across the project limits, and there- fore scores have a range.

Excellent current condition may score a 1 if project is not expected to

be programmed for several years.

Preservation; Safety; Resiliency & reliability; Economic Vitality.

When official Infra- structure Performance Measures for Pave- ment are established will be incorporated into this TEC element.

B. Magnitude of im- provement of other infrastruc- ture

Types and number of upgrades

Major Upgrade such as widening a bridge = 3

Multiple upgrades from list of drainage improve- ments, new sidewalks, new signals, signal up- grades, adding turn lanes, etc. = 3 to 2

One or two of above up- grades = 2 to 1

No Upgrades = 0

Preservation; Safety; Resiliency & reliability; Accessibility & mobili- ty; Environmental and economic sustainabil- ity; Enhance travel & tourism; Note that all roadway projects con- sider drainage im- provements.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Mobility

A. Effect on magni- tude and duration of congestion

Magnitude of current congestion, measured by Level of Service, traffic delays, or

queue lengths, if available. If there is not currently conges- tion then score is zero unless project causes congestion.

Significant reduction in congestion = 3

Moderate reduction in con- gestion = 2

Small reduction in conges- tion = 1

No change in congestion =

0

Small increase in conges- tion = -1

Moderate increase in con- gestion = -2

Significant increase in con- gestion = -3

If there is not currently con- gestion then score is zero un- less project causes new congestion.

Economic Vitality; Ac- cessibility and Mobili- ty; Resiliency and reli- ability; Enhance travel and tourism.

When official System Performance Measures for Reliabil- ity and Delay are es- tablished will be in- corporated into this TEC element.

B. Effect on travel

time and connectiv- ity / access

Types and numbers of upgrades, such as, improves travel time

by widening shoul- ders, or signal im- provements; provides new access, connects existing trails, etc.

Major Upgrade such as providing new roadway ac- cess = 3

Multiple upgrades from sig- nal improvements, new sidewalks, adding turn lanes, new trail = 3 to 2

One or two of above up- grades, or new = 2 to 1

No Upgrades = 0

Additional point (not above 3) if providing con- nectivity be- tween schools, businesses, and other activity centers.

Economic Vitality; Ac- cessibility and Mobili- ty; Resiliency and reli- ability; Connectivity; Enhance travel and tourism.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Mobility (Cont.)

C. Effect on other modes using the facility

Types and numbers of upgrades to Other modes (means of travel)

Major Upgrade for Other mode of transportation = 3

Multiple upgrades from adding bike lanes, new sidewalks, wheelchair ramps, proximity to transit facilities = 3 to 2

One or two of above up- grades = 2 to 1

No Upgrades to Other modes = 0

Economic Vitality; Safety; Security; Ac- cessibility and Mobili- ty; Environmental and economic sustainabil- ity; Connectivity; Re- siliency and reliability; Enhance travel and tourism.

D. Effect on regional and local traffic

Whether affects traffic outside of the project limits locally, and be- yond that, regionally

Is on the NHS, a State numbered route, connector, or highly traveled local

road; and:

Substantially improves traf- fic regionally = 3

Moderately improves traffic regionally = 2 to 1

Substantially or moderately improves traffic locally = 2 to 1

Neutral = 0

Negative scores if adverse- ly affects traffic to the de- grees and geography above.

Economic Vitality; Ac- cessibility and Mobili- ty; Efficient System Management; En- hance travel and tour- ism.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Safety and Security

A. Effect on crash rate compared to State average

Whether location is designated a State defined Crash Cluster location (HSIP eligi- ble) and the EPDO score assigned by that performance meas- ure, or crash rate compared to State average, other safety concerns

High EPDO score, crash cluster, Top 100 crash loca- tions = 3

Higher than average crash rate/ EPDO score = 2

Lower than average crash rate, but safety concerns are being addressed = 1

No effect on crash rate = 0

Performance Measures of number of fatali- ties and number of serious inju- ries are consid- ered in this rat- ing.

Safety; Efficient Sys- tem Management; Resiliency and Relia- bility.

When official Safety Performance Measures for Number and Rates of fatalities and serious injuries are established will be incorporated into this TEC element.

B. Effect on bicycle and pedestrian safety

Includes improve- ments that effect bicy- cle and pedestrian safety, or is detri- mental to pedestrian bicycle safety.

Major Upgrade, separate bike lane, or shared use path = 3

Multiple upgrades from list of: widening shoulders for bikes; new or improved sidewalks; new pedestrian signals; wheelchair ramps; etc. = 3 to 2

One or two of above up- grades = 2 to 1

No Upgrades = 0

Could use negative scores if detrimental to bike / pe- destrian safety

Additional point (not above 3) if improvements are near schools or other areas frequented by bicyclists and/ or pedestrians, or there is a history of crashes in- volving bikes and/or pedestri- ans. (Perfor- mance Measure)

Safety; Resiliency and Reliability; Enhance Travel and Tourism.

When official Safety Performance Measures for Number

of non-motorized fatal- ities and serious inju- ries are established

will be incorporated into this TEC element.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Safety and Security (Cont.)

C. Effect on transpor- tation security and evacuation

Is on the NHS.

Is a community desig- nated evacuation route.

Is within 10 miles of a nuclear power plant.

Will significantly improve travel along an evacuation route = 3

Is an evacuation route within 10 miles of a nu- clear power plant, or is on the NHS and improves travel = 2

Is an evacuation route or Is within 10 miles of a nu- clear power plant, or in on the NHS = 1

Is not any of the 3 listed in the data column = 0

Security; Safety.

Community Effects and Support

A. Residential effects: ROW, noise, aes- thetic, cut through traffic, and other.

Degree of effect on residential aspects.

Improves these aspects: Significantly = 3

Moderately = 2

Slightly = 1

No effect on these as- pects = 0

Creates negative effects from these aspects: Slightly = -1

Moderately = -2

Significantly = -3

Environmental Sus- tainability;

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Community Effects and Support (Cont.)

B. Public, local government, legislative, and regional support

Degree of support.

Improves these aspects: Greatly Supported = 3

Moderately Supported = 2

Somewhat Supported = 1

Not Supported, or unknown = 0

Some Opposition = -1

C. Effect on ser- vice to minority or low-income neighborhoods. (Title VI and EJ)

Increased or de- creased service to Title VI and EJ neighborhoods

Improves service to Title VI or EJ neighborhoods: Signifi- cantly = 3

Moderately = 2

Slightly = 1

No effect on Title VI or EJ

neighborhood = 0

Slightly decreased service = - 1

Moderately decreased service

= - 2

Significantly decreased service

= - 3

Quality of Life; Acces- sibility and Mobility; Resiliency and Relia- bility; Enhance Travel and Tourism.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Community Effects and Support (Cont.)

D. Other impacts / benefits to mi- nority or low- income neigh- borhoods. (Title VI and EJ)

Number / degree of positive or negative impacts to Title VI and EJ neighbor- hoods

Positive Impacts to Title VI or EJ neighborhoods: Signifi- cant = 3

Moderate = 2

Slight = 1

No effect on Title VI or EJ

neighborhood = 0

Negative Impacts to Title VI or

EJ neighborhoods: Slight = - 1

Moderate = - 2

Significant = - 3

Quality of Life.

E. Effect on devel- opment and re- development of housing stock

Number / degree of positive or negative effects on develop- ment and redevel- opment of housing stock

Positive Impacts to develop- ment / redevelopment of hous- ing stock:

Significant = 3

Moderate = 2

Slight = 1

No effect on development or redevelopment of housing stock = 0

Negative Impacts to develop- ment / redevelopment of hous- ing stock:

Slight = - 1

Moderate = - 2

Significant = - 3

Economic Vitality; Quality of Life.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Land Use and Economic Development

A. Business ef- fects: ROW, noise, traffic, parking, freight access and oth- er.

Degree of effect on business aspects.

Improves these aspects: Sig- nificantly = 3

Moderately = 2

Slightly = 1

No effect on these aspects = 0

Creates negative effects from these aspects:

Slightly = -1

Moderately = -2

Significantly = -3

Economic Vitality; Ac- cessibility and Mobili- ty.

B. Sustainable de- velopment ef- fects. Con- sistent with Mer- rimack Valley Priority Growth Strategy (MVPGS).

Number / degree of positive or negative effects on sustaina- ble development and proximity to State and/or Re- gional Priority De- velopment

Areas (PDA)

Positive Impacts to sustainable development:

Significant = 3

Moderate = 2

Slight = 1

No effect on development or redevelopment of housing stock = 0

Negative Impacts to develop- ment / redevelopment of hous- ing stock:

Slight = - 1

Moderate = - 2

Significant = - 3

Additional points, (not above 3) if located in or near a State or Region- al Priority Devel- opment Area

Economic Vitality; Consistency with State and local planned growth.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Land Use and Economic Development (Cont.)

C. Consistent with regional land- use and eco- nomic develop- ment plans and Merrimack Val- ley Priority Growth Strategy (MVPGS).

Degree of con- sistency with re- gional plans

Consistent with regional plans: Significantly = 3

Moderately = 2

Slightly = 1

Neutral = 0

Not Consistent with regional

Plans: Slightly = - 1

Moderately = - 2

Significantly = - 3

Additional points (not above 3) if located in or near

a Regional Priority

Development Area

Economic Vitality; Consistency with State and local planned growth and economic develop- ment plans.

D. Effect on job creation.

Estimated job crea- tion

Effect on job creation: Significant = 3

Moderate = 2

Slight = 1

Neutral = 0

Elimination of jobs: Slight = - 1

Moderate = - 2

Significant = - 3

Economic Vitality.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Environmental Effects

A. Air Quality / Climate effects

Green House Gas

Analysis Results

Effect on Air Quality:

Quantified decrease in emissions = 2 or 1

Qualitative decrease in emissions = 1

No effect on emissions = 0

Qualitative increase in emissions = -1

Quantified increase in emissions = - 2 or -1

Protect and Enhance the Environment.

When official System Performance Measures for change in CO2 emissions on the NHS are estab- lished will be incorpo- rated into this TEC element.

B. Water Quality / supply effects; wetlands ef- fects.

Number / degree of positive or negative effects on water quality / supply ef- fects; wetlands ef- fects.

Effect on Water Quality / supply and wet- lands:

Positive effect: Significant = 3

Moderate = 2

Slight = 1

Neutral = 0

Negative Effect: Slight = - 1

Moderate = - 2

Significant = - 3

Protect and Enhance the Environment; Reduce or mitigate stormwater impacts.

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TEC Element

Data

Scoring

Additional

Notes

Planning Factors

Considered

Environmental Effects (Cont.)

C. Historic and cultural re- source effects

Proximity / degree of positive or nega- tive effects on his- toric and cultural resources

Positive effect on historic and cultural re- sources:

Significant = 3

Moderate = 2

Slight = 1

Neutral = 0

Negative Effect: Slight = - 1

Moderate = - 2

Significant = - 3

Often con- siders im- proved ac- cess to nearby re- sources.

Economic Vitality; Accessibility and Mo- bility; Quality of Life; Enhance Travel and Tourism.

D. Effect on wild- life habitat and endangered species.

Location of project in State Estimated Habitat of Rare Wildlife or State Priority Habitat of Rare Species

Positive effect on wildlife or endangered species in a State designated area: Significant = 3

Moderate = 2

Slight = 1

Not in a wildlife or endangered species area

= 0

Negative effect on wildlife or endanger spe- cies in a State designated area.:

Slight = - 1

Moderate = - 2

Significant = - 3

Protect and Enhance the Environment.

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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 Appendix C 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. A sample project evaluation sheet showing the various criteria is in Appendix D.
The use of these TEC scores also allows the Merrimack Valley MPO to meet FAST Act requirements for programming Transportation Alternatives (TA) funding (similar to TAP funding from the previous legislation). TA funding is a set-aside of Surface Transportation Block Grant Programming (STBG) through a competitive process and, in general, helps to manage performance by focusing available funding on the highest regional priorities. It al- so helps to draw attention to the reader that FAST Act is a very Performance Measure - oriented piece of legislation.

Part A. 4. 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 FFYs 2018-2022

Transportation Improvement Program was developed in accordance with the Public Participation Process established for the Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MVMPO). The MVMPO amended its current Public Involvement Process in March of 2017, it is contained in the MVMPO Public Participation Plan as Amended through March 2017. The Process applies to the development of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and the Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP). 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 Public Participation Plan as amended through March 2017, reflects the consultation requirements identified in the FAST Act of 2015 and prior federal transportation authorizations, and the existing transportation planning regulations developed by the U.S. Department of Transportation for the develop- ment of Regional Transportation Plans and Transportation Improvement Programs. This
document identifies a number of stakeholders to be consulted in developing these docu-

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ments. In developing the Draft FFYs 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program, all
MVMPO stakeholders were given notice that the process of developing the FFYs 2018-
2022 TIP was beginning. Stakeholders were also notified of the availability of the docu- ment for public review and comment.

Public Participation Plan Stakeholder List

Listed below are categories of interested individuals, organizations and other stakeholders (Interested Parties) identified by the MVMPO for inclusion in the PPP. They are defined based on the individual groups identified in the FAST Act of 2015 and prior federal trans- portation authorizations, and the existing transportation planning regulations developed by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The MVMPO continues to add individuals, organizations or other stakeholders to this list and their addition is not considered an act requiring the formal amendment of the PPP. Similarly, any of the individuals or organizations identified below may request to be re- moved from the mailing list and such action does not necessitate a formal PPP amend- ment.

Individuals, including:

• Interested individuals, business persons
• Merrimack Valley Transportation Committee (MVTC) members
• Libraries
• City/Town Clerks
• MVMPO Region Congressional Delegation
• MVMPO Region Legislative Delegation

Affected public agencies, including:

• Boards of Selectmen / City Councils
• Chief Elected Officials
• City and Town Engineers
• Federal Emergency Management Agency
• Federal Highway Administration
• Federal Transit Administration
• Greater Derry-Salem Cooperative Alliance for Regional Transportation
(CART)

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• Local Departments of Public Works
• Local Police Departments
• Local Traffic and Safety Committees
• MassRIDES
• Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
• MBTA Commuter Rail Officials
• Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development
• Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
• MassDOT
• Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority
• Metropolitan Area Planning Council
• Nashua Regional Planning Commission
• Rockingham Planning Commission
• U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Representatives of public transportation employees, including:

• Truck Driver’s Union Local #170

Freight shippers, including:

• P.J. Murphy Transportation
• JB Hunt
• Estes Express
• Shaheen Brothers
• ABF Freight
• PanAm Railways
• Bonney’s Express

Providers of freight transportation services, including:

• United Parcel Service
• Federal Express

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Private profit- and non-profit providers of transportation in the

region, including:

• Assist Incorporated
• C&J Transportation
• Cape Ann Transit Authority (CATA)
• Central Wheelchair and Van Transportation
• EMT Corporation
• Local Taxi Companies
• Northern Essex Elder Transportation (NEET)
• Other Transportation Providers Identified in the Regional Transportation Plan
• The Coach Company
• TransCare

Representatives of users of public transportation, including:

• American Training, Inc.
• Cambridge College
• Community Action Incorporated (CAI)
• Emmaus, Inc.
• Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley
• Local Senior Centers/Councils on Aging
• Northeast Independent Living Program
• Merrimack College
• Merrimack Valley Hospice
• Merrimack Valley Workforce Investment Board, Inc.
• Northern Essex Community College
• Office of Employment Services

Representatives of bicyclist and pedestrian advocacy organizations,

including:

• Andover Trails Committee
• Bay Circuit Alliance
• Coastal Trails Coalition
• Essex National Heritage Commission
• Essex County Trail Association

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• Groveland Open Space and Recreation Committee
• MassBike
• Merrimack Valley Off-Road Trails Committee

Representatives for the community of individuals with disabilities, including:

• Executive Office of Health and Human Services
• Northeast Independent Living Program
• Department of Mental Health
• Massachusetts Commission for the Blind
• Area Nursing Homes
• United Cerebral Palsy
• CLASS Inc.
• Fidelity House
• Association of Retarded Persons (ARC)

Organizations and facilities that serve low-income and minority households who traditionally have been underserved by existing transportation systems and may face challenges accessing employment and other services, includ- ing:

• MVRTA Transit Centers in Amesbury, Haverhill and Lawrence (post notices)
• Social Security Offices
• Employment Offices (post notices)
• Ethnic, Civic/Social, Faith-Based and Veterans Organizations
• Merrimack Valley Goodwill
• Area Hospitals
• Salvation Army
• Groundwork Lawrence
• Lawrence Community Works
• United Way of the Merrimack Valley
• Methuen Arlington Neighborhood, Inc.
• YMCA/YWCA

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Agencies and officials responsible for other planning activities within the MPA

that are affected by transportation, including:

a. State and local planned growth:

1. Area Planning Boards
2. Mass Development
3. Merrimack Valley Transportation Management Association
4. The Junction Transportation Management Organization

b. Economic development:

1. Chambers of Commerce
2. Economic Development Administration
3. Local Community Development Directors
4. Merrimack Valley Economic Development Council

c. Environmental agencies and federal lands:

1. Andover Village Improvement Society (AVIS)
2. Essex County Greenbelt Association
3. Local Conservation Commissions
4. MassRiverways
5. Merrimack River Watershed Council
6. National Park Service
7. Powwow River Watershed Association
8. Parker River Clean Water Association
9. Shawsheen River Watershed Association
10. Trustees of Reservations
11. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
12. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

d. Airport operations:

1. Lawrence Airport Commission

e. Other Interested Parties

1. Conservation Law Foundation

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The notices were sent directly to over 900 addressees representing these groups, 630 via e-mail and 300 via traditional mail.
In addition to these direct mailings, and in accordance with this process, public notice of the Draft FFYs 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program was published in the Lawrence Eagle Tribune, 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 April 29,
2017 through May 19, 2017. It said that comments would be received through May 19,
2017 and that two separate public hearings on the document would take place on May 9,
2017 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 21-day review and comment period and will include this summary in the Final FFYs 2018-2022 TIP.
Public input in developing the TIP was sought at the following meetings in 2017:

February 22, 2017, March 22, 2017, April 26, 2017 and May 24, 2017 MVMPO Meetings;

February 2, 2017, March 2, 2017, April 6, 2017 and May 4, 2017 MVRTA Advisory Board meetings held at the MVRTA Office;

February 16, 2017, March 16, 2017 and April 20, 2017 Merrimack Valley

Planning Commission (MVPC) meetings;

February 14, 2017 Methuen Arlington Neighborhood (MAN, Inc.) held in

Methuen;

February 24, 2017 MVPC Legislative Caucus;

March 1, 2017 MVPC Planning and Community Development Directors meeting;

April 5, 2017 MVPC DPW Directors meeting;

April 26, 2017 Haverhill Mayor’s Health Task Force, Healthy Active Living

Working Group meeting held at Hverhill City Hall;

April 29, 2017 Mt. Washington Neighborhood Alliance Health Fair meeting held at the Silver Birch School in Haverhill

The above meetings were held at the Merrimack Valley Planning Commission unless otherwise stated.

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Part A. 5. 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:

.Moving a project from Fiscal Year 2 to Fiscal Year 1 (Annual Element);

.Moving a project from Fiscal Year 2 or later to a later Fiscal Year;

.Changing the scope and description of a project as long as they are minor changes;

.Changing funding amounts that are less than a ten percent increase in project cost;

.Changing funding sources.

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

.Advancement of other than a Fiscal Year 2 project;

.Ten percent or more increases in the construction cost estimate for a Fiscal Year

1 project;

Adding a new project.

Deleting a project

Major change in project/project phase initiation dates or design scope

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Part A. 6. High Priority Projects

SAFETEA-LU, contained a number of earmarked transportation projects that were 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 Boxford – Design, Engineer, Permit and Construct

“Border to Boston Bikeway” rail trail project

Project Under

Design

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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)

Lawrence – Gateway Intermodal and Quadrant Area Reuse Project.

Project Complete

(see above)

Newburyport – Design and Construct Intermodal Facility

Project Under

Design

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Part A. 7. 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, TA and Non HSIP/CMAQ/TA), 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 2018-2022 TIP using this Advance
Construction (AC) method:
Amesbury – Reconstruction of Elm Street
Haverhill – Superstructure Replacement, H-12-039, I-495 (NB & SB) over
Merrimack River
North Andover- Corridor Improvements on Route 114, between Route 125 (Andover
Street) & Stop & Shop Driveway

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Part A. 8. Transportation Funding Programs

Projects listed in the TIP must show the sources of funding that will be used to complete the project. The projects in the FFYs 2018 -2022 TIP are slated to use funding from the following Federal-aid funding programs identified in the FAST Act federal transportation funding authorization. Please note that in some cases Federal-aid funding is from older funding programs established in earlier legislation such as SAFETEA-LU and MAP-21. Projects may also receive non-Federal Aid funding which is shown in the project listings.

Highway Projects

Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation ((BR) (continued in FAST Act)) - 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) (continued in FAST Act) – 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) (continued in FAST Act)) - funds safety improvement projects at high crash locations and Railway-Highway Crossings.

Funding: Federal - 90%, State – 10%

National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) (continued in FAST Act) - 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%

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Transportation Funding Programs - Highway Projects (Continued)

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) – (MAP-21, replaced in FAST Act with Transportation Alternatives (TA) set- aside of STBG funds) - funds 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 FAST Act.
Funding: Federal - 80%, State - 20%

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Transit Projects

Projects from the following Federal-aid (FAST Act) and non-Federal-aid funding categories are shown in the FFY 2018-2022 TIP.

Section 5307 (Capital and Planning) (continued in FAST Act) - 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 (continued in FAST Act) - 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 (continued in FAST Act))- 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%

Section 5339 (continued in FAST Act) - provides capital funds, through the State, for bus and bus related equipment and facilities.

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

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Organization of Project Listings – Highway Projects

The TIP includes sections that identify the MPO’s priority road and bridge projects using a format prescribed by MassDOT’s Office of Transportation Planning. MassDOT is aligning the FFYs 2018 to 2022 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) with the MassDOT Capital Investment Plan (CIP). The CIP identifies three capital planning priorities: reliability, modernization and expansion investments. The STIP will now align program names with CIP investment priorities as follows:
Reliability

Bridge program (including investments in inspections, systematic maintenance, on- system NHS bridges, on-system non-NHS bridges, and off-system bridges)

Interstate pavement program

Non-Interstate DOT pavement program

Roadway improvements program

Safety improvements program

Modernization

ADA retrofits program

Intersection improvements program

Intelligent Transportation Systems program

Roadway reconstruction program

Expansion

Bicycles and pedestrians program

Capacity program

Therefore the MVMPO TIP organization of project listings has been updated to align with the STIP as follows:

Section 1A / Regionally Prioritized Projects

Federal-Aid HSIP Projects Using MVMPO Target (HSIP)

Federal-Aid CMAQ Projects Using MVMPO Target (CMAQ)

Federal-Aid TAP (now set aside of STBG funding) Projects Using MVMPO Target

(TAP)

Federal-Aid STBG Projects Using MVMPO Target Authority (STP)

Final FFYs 2018-2022 MVMPO TIP May 2017 44

Section 1B / Earmark or Discretionary Grant Funded Projects (Provided by MassDOT)

Federal-Aid Earmark or Discretionary Grant Funded Projects

Section 2A / State Prioritized Reliability Projects (Provided by MassDOT)

Bridge Program / Inspections

Bridge Program / Off-System

Bridge Program / On-System (NHS)

Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS)

Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance

Interstate Pavement

Non-Interstate Pavement

Roadway Improvements

Safety Improvements

Section 2B / State Prioritized Modernization Projects (Provided by MassDOT)

ADA Retrofits

Intersection Improvements

Intelligent Transportation Systems

Roadway Reconstruction

Section 2C / State Prioritized Expansion Projects (Provided by MassDOT)

Bicycles and Pedestrians

Capacity

Section 3 / Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs (Provided by MassDOT)

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Section 4 / Non-Federally Aided Projects (Provided by MassDOT)

Non-Federal Aid

Appendices A and B

Other Regional Priorities (projects for which funding has not been identified)

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Each highway project in the TIP contains the following information:

Amendment/Adjustment Type – used to identify the type of amendment when changes are made to the document.

STIP Program – STIP program names as defined in the Organization of Highway Project

Listings section above.

MassDOT Project ID - project identification numbers given by MassDOT for each highway and bridge project.

MPO – identifies the Metropolitan Planning Organization within which the project is located.

Municipality Name – identifies the community where the project is located.

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.

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 at the beginning of Part A.8.);

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 - a) Planning / Design / Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-State non-Federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information.

* Inflation increases project costs and therefore the project costs have been increased by

4% each future year of the TIP.

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Organization of Project Listings – Transit Projects Each transit project in the TIP contains the following information: Project Number – Transit Project number from MassDOT

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

Line Item – The FTA Line Item number

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

Carry Over – indicates whether Carry over funding is being used;

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

State Funds – portion of Total Programmed Funds not provided by Federal Funding, but required as matching funds in order to receive Federal Funds, coming from States sources;

TDC –Transportation Development Credits, and

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

Total - estimated total cost of project.

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Part B. Project Listings

Highway Projects

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2018 Merrimack Valley Region Transportation Improvement Program

Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 1A / Regionally Prioritized Projects

►Regionally Prioritized Projects

Roadway reconstruction program

606159

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- INTERSECTION & SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS AT ROUTE 125 & MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE

4

HSIP

$ 442,956

$ 398,660

$ 44,296

a) Construction; b) $3,640,038 = $442,956 HSIP

+ $3,171,688 STP + $25,394 Earmark; d) TEC =

7.95 out of 18: g) Demo ID MA 175

Roadway reconstruction program

606159

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- INTERSECTION & SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS AT ROUTE 125 & MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE

4

STP

$ 3,171,688

$ 2,537,350

$ 634,338

a) Construction; b) $3,640,038 = $442,956 HSIP

+ $3,171,688 STP + $25,394 Earmark; d) TEC =

7.95 out of 18: g) Demo ID MA 175

Bicycles and pedestrians program

605020

Merrimack Valley

Salisbury

SALISBURY- MULTI-USE TRAIL EXTENSION (BORDERS TO BOSTON TRAIL), INCLUDES NEW BRIDGE S-02-004

4

CMAQ

$ 5,567,500

$ 4,454,000

$ 1,113,500

a) Construction; b) $5,918,500 = $5,567,500

CMAQ + $351,000 TAP; d) TEC = 5.88 out of 18;

h) Project Proponent is Town of Salisbury

Bicycles and pedestrians program

605020

Merrimack Valley

Salisbury

SALISBURY- MULTI-USE TRAIL EXTENSION (BORDERS TO BOSTON TRAIL), INCLUDES NEW BRIDGE S-02-004

4

TAP

$ 351,000

$ 280,800

$ 70,200

a) Construction; b) $5,918,500 = $5,567,500

CMAQ + $351,000 TAP; d) TEC = 5.88 out of 18;

h) Project Proponent is Town of Salisbury

STIP program

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

Funding

$ -

$ -

$ -

Regionally Prioritized Projects subtotal ►

$ 9,533,144

$ 7,670,811

$ 1,862,333

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

Section 1A instructions: MPO Template Name) Choose Regional Name from dropdown list to populat Column C) Enter ID from ProjectInfo; Column E) Choose Municipality Name from dropdown list; Colum Source being used for the project - if multiple funding sources are being used enter multiple lines; Colum funds being programmed in this fiscal year and for each funding source; Column J) Federal funds autoca amount and only change if needed for flex. Column K) Non-federal funds autocalculates. Please verify th FTA flex, coordinate with Rail & Transit Division before programming; Column L) Enter Additional Informa not use any other format.

►Section 1B / Earmark or Discretionary Grant Funded Projects

►Other Federal Aid

HSIP, CMAQ, TAP Overprogrammed $ (0)

Earmark

Discretionary

606159

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- INTERSECTION & SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS AT ROUTE 125 & MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE

4

Other FA

$ 25,394

$ 20,315

$ 5,079

a) Construction; b) $3,640,038 = $442,956 HSIP

+ $3,171,688 STP + $25,394 Earmark; d) TEC =

7.95 out of 18: g) Demo ID MA 175

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Federal Aid subtotal ►

$ 25,394

$ 20,315

$ 5,079

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

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2018 Merrimack Valley Region Transportation Improvement Program

Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2A / State Prioritized Reliability Projects

►Bridge Program / Inspections

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Inspections subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / Off-System

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP-BR-OFF

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Off-System subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / On-System (NHS)

Bridge Program

605306

Merrimack Valley

Haverhill

HAVERHILL- BRIDGE REPLACEMENT, H-

12-039, I-495 (NB & SB) OVER MERRIMACK RIVER

4

NHPP-On

$ 31,600,000

$ 25,280,000

$ 6,320,000

Construction / AC Year 1 of 4, Total Cost

$79,000,000

Bridge Program / On-System (NHS) subtotal ►

$ 31,600,000

$ 25,280,000

$ 6,320,000

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS)

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-Off

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS) subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-On

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Interstate Pavement

Interstate

Pavement

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Insterstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 90% Federal + 10% Non-Federal

►Non-Interstate Pavement

Non-Interstate

Pavement

608809

Merrimack Valley

Multiple

LAWRENCE- NORTH ANDOVER- RESURFACING AND RELATED W ORK ON ROUTE 114

4

NHPP

$ 8,722,560

$ 6,978,048

$ 1,744,512

Construction

Non-Interstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ 8,722,560

$ 6,978,048

$ 1,744,512

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

► Roadway Improvements

Roadway

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Roadway Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

► Safety Improvements

Safety

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Safety Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

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2018 Merrimack Valley Region Transportation Improvement Program

Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2B / State Prioritized Modernization Projects

► ADA Retrofits

ADA Retrofits

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

ADA Retrofits subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Intersection Improvements

Intersection

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intersection Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Intelligent Transportation Systems

Intelligent Transportation Systems

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intelligent Transportation System subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Roadway Reconstruction

Roadway

Reconstruction

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Roadway Reconstruction subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

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2018 Merrimack Valley Region Transportation Improvement Program

Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2C / State Prioritized Expansion Projects

►Bicycles and Pedestrians

Bicycles and

Pedestrians

607737

Merrimack Valley

Multiple

AMESBURY- SALISBURY- TRAIL CONNECTOR @ I-95

4

CMAQ

$ 2,574,805

$ 2,059,844

$ 514,961

Construction / PSAC score 37

Bicycles and Pedestrians subtotal ►

$ 2,574,805

$ 2,059,844

$ 514,961

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Capacity

Capacity

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Capacity subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 3 / Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

►Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Statewide Items subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 4 / Non-Federally Aided Projects


►Non-Federally Aided Projects

Non Federal Aid

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NFA

$ -

$ -

Non-Federal Aid subtotal►

$ -

$ -

◄100% Non-Federal

Total ►

Federal Funds ► Non-Federal Funds ►

◄ Total Spending in Region

◄ Total Federal Spending in Region

◄ Total Non-Federal Spending in Region

701 CMR 7.00 Use of Road Flaggers and Police Details on Public W orks Projects / 701 CMR 7.00 (the Regulation) was promulgated and became law on October 3, 2008. Under this Regulation, the CMR is applicable to any Public works Project that is performed within the limits of, or that impact traffic on, any Public Road. The Municipal Limitation referenced in this Regulation is applicable only to projects where the Municipality is the Awarding Authority. For all projects contained in the TIP, the Commonwealth is the Awarding Authority. Therefore, all projects must be considered and implemented in accordance with 701 CMR 7.00, and the Road Flagger and Police Detail Guidelines. By placing a project on the TIP, the Municipality acknowledges that 701 CMR 7.00 is applicable to its project and design and construction will be fully compliant with this Regulation. This information, and additional information relative to guidance and implementation of the Regulation can be found at the following link on the MassDOT Highway Division website: http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/Highway/flaggers/main.aspx

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2019 Merrimack Valley Region Transportation Improvement Program

Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 1A / Regionally Prioritized Projects

►Regionally Prioritized Projects

Roadway reconstruction program

602418

Merrimack Valley

Amesbury

AMESBURY- RECONSTRUCTION OF ELM STREET

4

STP

$ 7,207,810

$ 5,766,248

$ 1,441,562

a) Construction; b) $12,064,000 (inflated 4% from

2018 cost) = $7,207,810 2019 STP + $4,856,190

2020 STP; c) AC Year 1 of 2 = $7,207,810; d) TEC = 5.98 out of 18;

Bicycles and pedestrians program

608298

Merrimack Valley

Groveland

GROVELAND- GROVELAND COMMUNITY TRAIL, FROM MAIN STREET TO KING STREET

4

TAP

$ 351,000

$ 280,800

$ 70,200

a) Construction; b) $1,835,573 (inflated 4% from

2018 cost) = $351,000 TAP + $408,848 CMAQ +

$1,075,725 STP; d) TEC = 4.87 out of 18;

Bicycles and pedestrians program

608298

Merrimack Valley

Groveland

GROVELAND- GROVELAND COMMUNITY TRAIL, FROM MAIN STREET TO KING STREET

4

CMAQ

$ 408,848

$ 327,078

$ 81,770

a) Construction; b) $1,835,573 (inflated 4% from

2018 cost) = $351,000 TAP + $408,848 CMAQ +

$1,075,725 STP; d) TEC = 4.87 out of 18;

Bicycles and pedestrians program

608298

Merrimack Valley

Groveland

GROVELAND- GROVELAND COMMUNITY TRAIL, FROM MAIN STREET TO KING STREET

4

STP

$ 1,075,725

$ 860,580

$ 215,145

a) Construction; b) $1,835,573 (inflated 4% from

2018 cost) = $351,000 TAP + $408,848 CMAQ +

$1,075,725 STP; d) TEC = 4.87 out of 18;

Pass-throughs

MV0001

Merrimack Valley

N/A

# MV0001 FLEX TO FTA FOR MVRTA NEW BUS UPGRADE TO CLEANER FUEL BUSES

4

CMAQ

$ 698,541

$ 558,833

$ 139,708

e) Transfer to FTA

Regionally Prioritized Projects subtotal ►

$ 9,741,924

$ 7,793,539

$ 1,948,385

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

Section 1A instructions: MPO Template Name) Choose Regional Name from dropdown list to populat Column C) Enter ID from ProjectInfo; Column E) Choose Municipality Name from dropdown list; Column Source being used for the project - if multiple funding sources are being used enter multiple lines; Column funds being programmed in this fiscal year and for each funding source; Column J) Federal funds autoca amount and only change if needed for flex. Column K) Non-federal funds autocalculates. Please verify th FTA flex, coordinate with Rail & Transit Division before programming; Column L) Enter Additional Informa not use any other format.

►Section 1B / Earmark or Discretionary Grant Funded Projects

►Other Federal Aid

Remaining HSIP, CMAQ, and TAP Funds $ 442,956

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Federal Aid subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

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2019 Merrimack Valley Region Transportation Improvement Program

Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2A / State Prioritized Reliability Projects

►Bridge Program / Inspections

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Inspections subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / Off-System

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP-BR-OFF

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Off-System subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / On-System (NHS)

Bridge Program

605306

Merrimack Valley

Haverhill

HAVERHILL- BRIDGE REPLACEMENT, H-

12-039, I-495 (NB & SB) OVER MERRIMACK RIVER

4

NHPP-On

$ 21,000,000

$ 16,800,000

$ 4,200,000

Construction / AC Year 2 of 4, Total Cost

$79,000,000

Bridge Program / On-System (NHS) subtotal ►

$ 21,000,000

$ 16,800,000

$ 4,200,000

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS)

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-Off

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS) subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-On

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Interstate Pavement

Interstate

Pavement

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Insterstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 90% Federal + 10% Non-Federal

►Non-Interstate Pavement

Non-Interstate

Pavement

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Non-Interstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

► Roadway Improvements

Roadway

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

$ -

$ -

Roadway Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

► Safety Improvements

Safety

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Safety Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2B / State Prioritized Modernization Projects

► ADA Retrofits

ADA Retrofits

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

ADA Retrofits subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Intersection Improvements

Intersection

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intersection Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Intelligent Transportation Systems

Intelligent Transportation Systems

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intelligent Transportation System subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Roadway Reconstruction

Roadway

Reconstruction

608792

Merrimack Valley

Newburyport

NEWBURYPORT- IMPROVEMENTS AT NOCK MIDDLE SCHOOL & MOLIN UPPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SRTS)

4

TAP

$ 1,593,600

$ 1,274,880

$ 318,720

Construction / TAP project proponent is

Newburyport

Roadway Reconstruction subtotal ►

$ 1,593,600

$ 1,274,880

$ 318,720

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2C / State Prioritized Expansion Projects

►Bicycles and Pedestrians

Bicycles and

Pedestrians

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

Bicycles and Pedestrians subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Capacity

Capacity

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Capacity subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 3 / Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

►Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Statewide Items subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 4 / Non-Federally Aided Projects


►Non-Federally Aided Projects

Non Federal Aid

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NFA

$ -

$ -

Non-Federal Aid subtotal►

$ -

$ -

◄100% Non-Federal

Total ►

Federal Funds ► Non-Federal Funds ►

◄ Total Spending in Region

◄ Total Federal Spending in Region

◄ Total Non-Federal Spending in Region

701 CMR 7.00 Use of Road Flaggers and Police Details on Public W orks Projects / 701 CMR 7.00 (the Regulation) was promulgated and became law on October 3, 2008. Under this Regulation, the CMR is applicable to any Public works Project that is performed within the limits of, or that impact traffic on, any Public Road. The Municipal Limitation referenced in this Regulation is applicable only to projects where the Municipality is the Awarding Authority. For all projects contained in the TIP, the Commonwealth is the Awarding Authority. Therefore, all projects must be considered and implemented in accordance with 701 CMR 7.00, and the Road Flagger and Police Detail Guidelines. By placing a project on the TIP, the Municipality acknowledges that 701 CMR 7.00 is applicable to its project and design and construction will be fully compliant with this Regulation. This information, and additional information relative to guidance and implementation of the Regulation can be found at the following link on the MassDOT Highway Division website: http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/Highway/flaggers/main.aspx

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 1A / Regionally Prioritized Projects

►Regionally Prioritized Projects

Roadway reconstruction program

602418

Merrimack Valley

Amesbury

AMESBURY- RECONSTRUCTION OF ELM STREET

4

STP

$ 4,856,190

$ 3,884,952

$ 971,238

a) Construction; b) $12,064,000 (inflated 4% from

2018 cost) = $7,207,810 2019 STP + $4,856,190

2020 STP; c) AC Year 2 of 2 = $4,856,190; d) TEC = 5.98 out of 18;

Bicycles and pedestrians program

608027

Merrimack Valley

Haverhill

HAVERHILL- BRADFORD RAIL TRAIL EXTENSION, FROM ROUTE 125 TO RAILROAD STREET

4

CMAQ

$ 1,107,389

$ 885,911

$ 221,478

a) Construction; b) $1,176,240 (inflated 8% from

2018 cost) = $68,851 TAP + $1,107,389 CMAQ;

d) TEC = 7.15 out of 18;

Bicycles and pedestrians program

608027

Merrimack Valley

Haverhill

HAVERHILL- BRADFORD RAIL TRAIL EXTENSION, FROM ROUTE 125 TO RAILROAD STREET

4

TAP

$ 68,851

$ 55,081

$ 13,770

a) Construction; b) $1,176,240 (inflated 8% from

2018 cost) = $68,851 TAP + $1,107,389 CMAQ;

d) TEC = 7.15 out of 18;

STIP program

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

Funding

$ -

$ -

$ -

STIP program

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

Funding

$ -

$ -

$ -

Regionally Prioritized Projects subtotal ►

$ 6,032,430

$ 4,825,944

$ 1,206,486

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

Section 1A instructions: MPO Template Name) Choose Regional Name from dropdown list to populat Column C) Enter ID from ProjectInfo; Column E) Choose Municipality Name from dropdown list; Colum Source being used for the project - if multiple funding sources are being used enter multiple lines; Colum funds being programmed in this fiscal year and for each funding source; Column J) Federal funds autoca amount and only change if needed for flex. Column K) Non-federal funds autocalculates. Please verify th FTA flex, coordinate with Rail & Transit Division before programming; Column L) Enter Additional Informa not use any other format.

►Section 1B / Earmark or Discretionary Grant Funded Projects

►Other Federal Aid

Remaining HSIP, CMAQ, and TAP Funds $ 725,105

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Federal Aid subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2A / State Prioritized Reliability Projects

►Bridge Program / Inspections

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Inspections subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / Off-System

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP-BR-OFF

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Off-System subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / On-System (NHS)

Bridge Program

605306

Merrimack Valley

Haverhill

HAVERHILL- BRIDGE REPLACEMENT, H-

12-039, I-495 (NB & SB) OVER MERRIMACK RIVER

4

NHPP-On

$ 21,000,000

$ 16,800,000

$ 4,200,000

Construction / AC Year 3 of 4, Total Cost

$79,000,000

Bridge Program / On-System (NHS) subtotal ►

$ 21,000,000

$ 16,800,000

$ 4,200,000

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS)

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-Off

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS) subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-On

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Interstate Pavement

Interstate

Pavement

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Insterstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 90% Federal + 10% Non-Federal

►Non-Interstate Pavement

Non-Interstate

Pavement

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Non-Interstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

► Roadway Improvements

Roadway

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Roadway Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

► Safety Improvements

Safety

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Safety Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2B / State Prioritized Modernization Projects

► ADA Retrofits

ADA Retrofits

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

ADA Retrofits subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Intersection Improvements

Intersection

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

HSIP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intersection Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Intelligent Transportation Systems

Intelligent Transportation Systems

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intelligent Transportation System subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Roadway Reconstruction

Roadway

Reconstruction

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

TAP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Roadway Reconstruction subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2C / State Prioritized Expansion Projects

►Bicycles and Pedestrians

Bicycles and

Pedestrians

607541

Merrimack Valley

Multiple

GEORGETOWN- BOXFORD- BORDER TO BOSTON TRAIL, FROM GEORGETOWN ROAD TO W EST MAIN STREET (ROUTE 97)

4

CMAQ

$ 1,874,028

$ 1,499,222

$ 374,806

Construction / PSAC score 31

Bicycles and Pedestrians subtotal ►

$ 1,874,028

$ 1,499,222

$ 374,806

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Capacity

Capacity

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Capacity subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 3 / Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

►Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Statewide Items subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 4 / Non-Federally Aided Projects


►Non-Federally Aided Projects

Non Federal Aid

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NFA

$ -

$ -

Non-Federal Aid subtotal►

$ -

$ -

◄100% Non-Federal

Total ►

Federal Funds ► Non-Federal Funds ►

◄ Total Spending in Region

◄ Total Federal Spending in Region

◄ Total Non-Federal Spending in Region

701 CMR 7.00 Use of Road Flaggers and Police Details on Public W orks Projects / 701 CMR 7.00 (the Regulation) was promulgated and became law on October 3, 2008. Under this Regulation, the CMR is applicable to any Public works Project that is performed within the limits of, or that impact traffic on, any Public Road. The Municipal Limitation referenced in this Regulation is applicable only to projects where the Municipality is the Awarding Authority. For all projects contained in the TIP, the Commonwealth is the Awarding Authority. Therefore, all projects must be considered and implemented in accordance with 701 CMR 7.00, and the Road Flagger and Police Detail Guidelines. By placing a project on the TIP, the Municipality acknowledges that 701 CMR 7.00 is applicable to its project and design and construction will be fully compliant with this Regulation. This information, and additional information relative to guidance and implementation of the Regulation can be found at the following link on the MassDOT Highway Division website: http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/Highway/flaggers/main.aspx

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 1A / Regionally Prioritized Projects

►Regionally Prioritized Projects

Roadway reconstruction program

605753

Merrimack Valley

Groveland

GROVELAND- RECONSTRUCTION ON ROUTE 97 (SCHOOL STREET) FROM PARKER STREET TO GARDNER STREET

4

STP

$ 4,049,510

$ 3,239,608

$ 809,902

a) Construction; b) $4,049,510 (inflated 12% from

2018 cost) = $4,049,510 STP; d) TEC = 4.90 out of 18;

Roadway reconstruction program

608095

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS ON ROUTE 114, BETWEEN ROUTE 125 (ANDOVER STREET) & STOP & SHOP DRIVEWAY

4

CMAQ

$ 1,107,389

$ 885,911

$ 221,478

a) Construction; b) $16,816,717 (inflated 12%

from 2018 cost) = $1,107,389 2021 CMAQ +

$4,389,060 2021 STP + $442,956 2021 HSIP +

$351,000 2021 TAP + $1,107,389 2022 CMAQ +

$8,566,584 2022 STP + $442,956 2022 HSIP +

$351,000 2022 TAP + $58,383 FY 2023; c) AC Year 1 of 3 = $6,290,405; d) TEC = 11.17 out of

18;

Roadway reconstruction program

608095

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS ON ROUTE 114, BETWEEN ROUTE 125 (ANDOVER STREET) & STOP & SHOP DRIVEWAY

4

HSIP

$ 442,956

$ 398,660

$ 44,296

a) Construction; b) $16,816,717 (inflated 12%

from 2018 cost) = $1,107,389 2021 CMAQ +

$4,389,060 2021 STP + $442,956 2021 HSIP +

$351,000 2021 TAP + $1,107,389 2022 CMAQ +

$8,566,584 2022 STP + $442,956 2022 HSIP +

$351,000 2022 TAP + $58,383 FY 2023; c) AC

Year 1 of 3 = $6,290,405; d) TEC = 11.17 out of

18;

Roadway reconstruction program

608095

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS ON ROUTE 114, BETWEEN ROUTE 125 (ANDOVER STREET) & STOP & SHOP DRIVEWAY

4

TAP

$ 351,000

$ 280,800

$ 70,200

a) Construction; b) $16,816,717 (inflated 12%

from 2018 cost) = $1,107,389 2021 CMAQ +

$4,389,060 2021 STP + $442,956 2021 HSIP +

$351,000 2021 TAP + $1,107,389 2022 CMAQ +

$8,566,584 2022 STP + $442,956 2022 HSIP +

$351,000 2022 TAP + $58,383 FY 2023; c) AC Year 1 of 3 = $6,290,405; d) TEC = 11.17 out of

18;

Roadway reconstruction program

608095

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS ON ROUTE 114, BETWEEN ROUTE 125 (ANDOVER STREET) & STOP & SHOP DRIVEWAY

4

STP

$ 4,389,060

$ 3,511,248

$ 877,812

a) Construction; b) $16,816,717 (inflated 12%

from 2018 cost) = $1,107,389 2021 CMAQ +

$4,389,060 2021 STP + $442,956 2021 HSIP +

$351,000 2021 TAP + $1,107,389 2022 CMAQ +

$8,566,584 2022 STP + $442,956 2022 HSIP +

$351,000 2022 TAP + $58,383 FY 2023; c) AC Year 1 of 3 = $6,290,405; d) TEC = 11.17 out of

18;

Regionally Prioritized Projects subtotal ►

$ 10,339,915

$ 8,316,228

$ 2,023,687

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

Section 1A instructions: MPO Template Name) Choose Regional Name from dropdown list to populat Column C) Enter ID from ProjectInfo; Column E) Choose Municipality Name from dropdown list; Colum Source being used for the project - if multiple funding sources are being used enter multiple lines; Colum funds being programmed in this fiscal year and for each funding source; Column J) Federal funds autoca amount and only change if needed for flex. Column K) Non-federal funds autocalculates. Please verify th FTA flex, coordinate with Rail & Transit Division before programming; Column L) Enter Additional Informa not use any other format.

HSIP, CMAQ, TAP Overprogrammed $ (0)

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 1B / Earmark or Discretionary Grant Funded Projects

►Other Federal Aid

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Federal Aid subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 2A / State Prioritized Reliability Projects

►Bridge Program / Inspections

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Inspections subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / Off-System

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP-BR-OFF

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Off-System subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / On-System (NHS)

Bridge Program

605306

Merrimack Valley

Haverhill

HAVERHILL- BRIDGE REPLACEMENT, H-

12-039, I-495 (NB & SB) OVER MERRIMACK RIVER

4

NHPP-On

$ 5,400,000

$ 4,320,000

$ 1,080,000

AC Year 4 of 4, Total Cost $79,000,000

Bridge Program / On-System (NHS) subtotal ►

$ 5,400,000

$ 4,320,000

$ 1,080,000

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS)

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-Off

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS) subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-On

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Interstate Pavement

Interstate

Pavement

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Insterstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 90% Federal + 10% Non-Federal

►Non-Interstate Pavement

Non-Interstate

Pavement

608494

Merrimack Valley

Multiple

NEWBURY- NEWBURYPORT- SALISBURY- RESURFACING AND RELATED W ORK ON ROUTE 1

4

NHPP

$ 11,854,752

$ 9,483,802

$ 2,370,950

Construction

Non-Interstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ 11,854,752

$ 9,483,802

$ 2,370,950

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

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Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

► Roadway Improvements

Roadway

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Roadway Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

► Safety Improvements

Safety

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Safety Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 2B / State Prioritized Modernization Projects

► ADA Retrofits

ADA Retrofits

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

ADA Retrofits subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Intersection Improvements

Intersection

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

HSIP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intersection Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Intelligent Transportation Systems

Systems

►Roadway Reconstruction

Roadway

Reconstruction

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Roadway Reconstruction subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2C / State Prioritized Expansion Projects

►Bicycles and Pedestrians

Bicycles and

Pedestrians

607542

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

GEORGETOWN- NEWBURY- BORDER TO BOSTON TRAIL (NORTHERN GEORGETOWN TO BYFIELD SECTION)

4

CMAQ

$ 4,341,120

$ 3,472,896

$ 868,224

Construction / PSAC score 28.5

Bicycles and Pedestrians subtotal ►

$ 4,341,120

$ 3,472,896

$ 868,224

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Capacity

Capacity

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Capacity subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 3 / Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

►Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Statewide Items subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 4 / Non-Federally Aided Projects


►Non-Federally Aided Projects

Non Federal Aid

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NFA

$ -

$ -

Non-Federal Aid subtotal►

$ -

$ -

◄100% Non-Federal

Total ►

Federal Funds ► Non-Federal Funds ►

◄ Total Spending in Region

◄ Total Federal Spending in Region

◄ Total Non-Federal Spending in Region

701 CMR 7.00 Use of Road Flaggers and Police Details on Public W orks Projects / 701 CMR 7.00 (the Regulation) was promulgated and became law on October 3, 2008. Under this Regulation, the CMR is applicable to any Public works Project that is performed within the limits of, or that impact traffic on, any Public Road. The Municipal Limitation referenced in this Regulation is applicable only to projects where the Municipality is the Awarding Authority. For all projects contained in the TIP, the Commonwealth is the Awarding Authority. Therefore, all projects must be considered and implemented in accordance with 701 CMR 7.00, and the Road Flagger and Police Detail Guidelines. By placing a project on the TIP, the Municipality acknowledges that 701 CMR 7.00 is applicable to its project and design and construction will be fully compliant with this Regulation. This information, and additional information relative to guidance and implementation of the Regulation can be found at the following link on the MassDOT Highway Division website: http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/Highway/flaggers/main.aspx

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 1A / Regionally Prioritized Projects

►Regionally Prioritized Projects

Roadway reconstruction program

608095

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS ON ROUTE 114, BETWEEN ROUTE 125 (ANDOVER STREET) & STOP & SHOP DRIVEWAY

4

CMAQ

$ 1,107,389

$ 885,911

$ 221,478

a) Construction; b) $16,816,717 (inflated 12%

from 2018 cost) = $1,107,389 2021 CMAQ +

$4,389,060 2021 STP + $442,956 2021 HSIP +

$351,000 2021 TAP + $1,107,389 2022 CMAQ +

$8,566,584 2022 STP + $442,956 2022 HSIP +

$351,000 2022 TAP + $58,383 FY 2023; c) AC Year 2 of 3 = $10,467,929; d) TEC = 11.17 out of

18;

Roadway reconstruction program

608095

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS ON ROUTE 114, BETWEEN ROUTE 125 (ANDOVER STREET) & STOP & SHOP DRIVEWAY

4

HSIP

$ 442,956

$ 398,660

$ 44,296

a) Construction; b) $16,816,717 (inflated 12%

from 2018 cost) = $1,107,389 2021 CMAQ +

$4,389,060 2021 STP + $442,956 2021 HSIP +

$351,000 2021 TAP + $1,107,389 2022 CMAQ +

$8,566,584 2022 STP + $442,956 2022 HSIP +

$351,000 2022 TAP + $58,383 FY 2023; c) AC Year 2 of 3 = $10,467,929; d) TEC = 11.17 out of

18;

Roadway reconstruction program

608095

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS ON ROUTE 114, BETWEEN ROUTE 125 (ANDOVER STREET) & STOP & SHOP DRIVEWAY

4

TAP

$ 351,000

$ 280,800

$ 70,200

a) Construction; b) $16,816,717 (inflated 12%

from 2018 cost) = $1,107,389 2021 CMAQ +

$4,389,060 2021 STP + $442,956 2021 HSIP +

$351,000 2021 TAP + $1,107,389 2022 CMAQ +

$8,566,584 2022 STP + $442,956 2022 HSIP +

$351,000 2022 TAP + $58,383 FY 2023; c) AC Year 2 of 3 = $10,467,929; d) TEC = 11.17 out of

18;

Roadway reconstruction program

608095

Merrimack Valley

North Andover

NORTH ANDOVER- CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS ON ROUTE 114, BETWEEN ROUTE 125 (ANDOVER STREET) & STOP & SHOP DRIVEWAY

4

STP

$ 8,566,584

$ 6,853,267

$ 1,713,317

a) Construction; b) $16,816,717 (inflated 12%

from 2018 cost) = $1,107,389 2021 CMAQ +

$4,389,060 2021 STP + $442,956 2021 HSIP +

$351,000 2021 TAP + $1,107,389 2022 CMAQ +

$8,566,584 2022 STP + $442,956 2022 HSIP +

$351,000 2022 TAP + $58,383 FY 2023; c) AC Year 2 of 3 = $10,467,929; d) TEC = 11.17 out of

18;

STIP program

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

Funding

$ -

$ -

$ -

Regionally Prioritized Projects subtotal ►

$ 10,467,929

$ 8,418,639

$ 2,049,290

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

Section 1A instructions: MPO Template Name) Choose Regional Name from dropdown list to populat Column C) Enter ID from ProjectInfo; Column E) Choose Municipality Name from dropdown list; Colum Source being used for the project - if multiple funding sources are being used enter multiple lines; Colum funds being programmed in this fiscal year and for each funding source; Column J) Federal funds autoca amount and only change if needed for flex. Column K) Non-federal funds autocalculates. Please verify th FTA flex, coordinate with Rail & Transit Division before programming; Column L) Enter Additional Informa not use any other format.

HSIP, CMAQ, TAP Overprogrammed $ (0)

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 1B / Earmark or Discretionary Grant Funded Projects

►Other Federal Aid

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Earmark

Discretionary

Project #

Merrimack Valley

Municipalities

Description

District

HPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Federal Aid subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 2A / State Prioritized Reliability Projects

►Bridge Program / Inspections

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Inspections subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / Off-System

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP-BR-OFF

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Off-System subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / On-System (NHS)

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-On

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / On-System (NHS) subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS)

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-Off

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / On-System (Non-NHS) subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance

Bridge Program

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP-On

$ -

$ -

$ -

Bridge Program / Systematic Maintenance subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Interstate Pavement

Interstate

Pavement

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Insterstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 90% Federal + 10% Non-Federal

►Non-Interstate Pavement

Non-Interstate

Pavement

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Non-Interstate Pavement subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

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Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

► Roadway Improvements

Roadway

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Roadway Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

► Safety Improvements

Safety

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

HSIP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Safety Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 2B / State Prioritized Modernization Projects

► ADA Retrofits

ADA Retrofits

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

STP

$ -

$ -

$ -

ADA Retrofits subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Intersection Improvements

Intersection

Improvements

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

HSIP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intersection Improvements subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Intelligent Transportation Systems

Intelligent

Systems

►Roadway Reconstruction

Roadway

Reconstruction

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Roadway Reconstruction subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

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Amendment / Ad-

justment Type ▼

STIP Pro-

gram ▼

MassDOT

Project ID

Metropolitan

Planning Organ- ization ▼

Municipality

Name ▼

MassDOT

Project De- scription

MassDOT

District

Funding

Source

Total Pro-

grammed

Funds

Federal

Funds

Non-Federal

Funds

Additional Information ▼

Present information as follows, if applicable: a) Planning / Design / or Construction; b) total project cost and funding sources used; c) advance construction status; d) MPO project score; e) name of entity receiving a transfer; f) name of entity paying the non-state non- federal match; g) earmark details; h) TAP project proponent; i) other information

►Section 2C / State Prioritized Expansion Projects

►Bicycles and Pedestrians

Bicycles and

Pedestrians

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

Bicycles and Pedestrians subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ 80% Federal + 20% Non-Federal

►Capacity

Capacity

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

CMAQ

$ -

$ -

$ -

Capacity subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 3 / Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

►Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NHPP

$ -

$ -

$ -

Other Statewide Items subtotal ►

$ -

$ -

$ -

◄ Funding Split Varies by Funding Source

►Section 4 / Non-Federally Aided Projects


►Non-Federally Aided Projects

Non Federal Aid

Project #

MPO

Municipalities

Description

District

NFA

$ -

$ -

Non-Federal Aid subtotal►

$ -

$ -

◄100% Non-Federal

Total ►

Federal Funds ► Non-Federal Funds ►

◄ Total Spending in Region

◄ Total Federal Spending in Region

◄ Total Non-Federal Spending in Region

701 CMR 7.00 Use of Road Flaggers and Police Details on Public W orks Projects / 701 CMR 7.00 (the Regulation) was promulgated and became law on October 3, 2008. Under this Regulation, the CMR is applicable to any Public works Project that is performed within the limits of, or that impact traffic on, any Public Road. The Municipal Limitation referenced in this Regulation is applicable only to projects where the Municipality is the Awarding Authority. For all projects contained in the TIP, the Commonwealth is the Awarding Authority. Therefore, all projects must be considered and implemented in accordance with 701 CMR 7.00, and the Road Flagger and Police Detail Guidelines. By placing a project on the TIP, the Municipality acknowledges that 701 CMR 7.00 is applicable to its project and design and construction will be fully compliant with this Regulation. This information, and additional information relative to guidance and implementation of the Regulation can be found at the following link on the MassDOT Highway Division website: http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/Highway/flaggers/main.aspx

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Part B. Project Listings (Cont.)

Transit Projects

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TIP 2018 - 2022

2018

5307

Project

Number

Agency Line

Item

Project Description Carry Over Federal

Funds

State

Funds

TDC Local

Funds

Total

RTD0005637

RTD0005638

RTD0005639

RTD0005642

RTD0005643

RTD0005656

MVRTA MVRTA MVRTA

MVRTA MVRTA MVRTA

300900

442400

111202

ADA Operating Expense

Preventive Maintenance Expense

Refurbish Engine/trans 8 model year

2012 buses

OPERATING ASSISTANCE

SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLANNING Replace 6 Model Yr 2004 buses

delivery 2018

$1,130,695

$2,522,325

$211,200

$321,505

$80,000

$2,151,600

$282,675

$630,580

$52,800

$321,505

$0

$537,900

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $20,000

$0 $0

$1,413,370

$3,152,905

$264,000

$643,010

$100,000

$2,689,500

RTD0005662 MVRTA 114211

Replace 1 Model Yr 2013 Support

Vehicle

$38,200 $9,550 $0 $0 $47,750


$6,455,525 $1,835,010 $0 $20,000 $8,310,535

Other NonFederal

Project

Number

Agency Line

Item

Project Description Carry Over Federal

Funds

State

Funds

TDC Local

Funds

Total

RTD0005665

MVRTA

113303

Newburyport Intermodal Transit Facility

Year 1

$0 $2,500,000 $0

$0 $2,500,000

$0 $2,500,000 $0 $0 $2,500,000

6,455,525 4,335,010 0 20,000 10,810,535

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TIP 2018 - 2022

2019

5307

Project

Number

Agency Line

Item

Project Description Carry Over Federal

Funds

State

Funds

TDC Local

Funds

Total

RTD0005640

RTD0005641

RTD0005644

RTD0005645

RTD0005657

MVRTA MVRTA MVRTA MVRTA MVRTA

442400

300900

111302

Preventative Maintenance Expense

ADA Operating Expense

SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLANNING OPERATING ASSISTANCE

Purchase 3 new 35' buses delivery

2019

2018 - $1,075,800

$2,600,075

$1,165,135

$80,000

$390,125

$1,075,800

$650,020

$291,285

$0

$390,125

$268,950

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $20,000

$0 $0

$0 $0

$3,250,095

$1,456,420

$100,000

$780,250

$1,344,750

RTD0005663 MVRTA 114211

Replace 1 Model Yr 2013 Support

Vehicle

$39,200 $9,800 $0 $0 $49,000


$5,350,335 $1,610,180 $0 $20,000 $6,980,515

Other NonFederal

Project

Number

Agency Line

Item

Project Description Carry Over Federal

Funds

State

Funds

TDC Local

Funds

Total

RTD0006082

MVRTA

113303

Newburyport Intermodal Transit Facility

Year 2

$0 $2,500,000 $0

$0 $2,500,000

RTD0006381

MVRTA 111202

Replacement Buses - cleaner fuel

(CMAQ Match on HWY TIP)

$0 $139,708 $0 $0 $139,708

$0 $2,639,708 $0 $0 $2,639,708

5,350,335 4,249,888 0 20,000 9,620,223

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TIP 2018 - 2022

2020

5307

Project

Number

Agency Line

Item

Project Description Carry Over Federal

Funds

State

Funds

TDC Local

Funds

Total

RTD0005646

RTD0005647

RTD0005648

RTD0005649

MVRTA MVRTA

MVRTA MVRTA

117A00

117C00

442400

300900

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

NON FIXED ROUTE ADA PARA SERV

SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLANNING

OPERATING ASSISTANCE

$2,678,075

$1,200,090

2019 - $80,000 $80,000

$462,475

$669,520

$300,020

$0

$462,475

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $20,000

$0 $0

$3,347,595

$1,500,110

$100,000

$924,950

RTD0005658

MVRTA

111202

Replace 3 Model Yr 2007 buses delivery 2020

2019 - $1,097,315

$1,097,315

$274,330 $0

$0 $1,371,645

$5,517,955 $1,706,345 $0 $20,000 $7,244,300

5,517,955 1,706,345 0 20,000 7,244,300

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TIP 2018 - 2022

2021

5307

Project

Number

Agency Line

Item

Project Description Carry Over Federal

Funds

State

Funds

TDC Local

Funds

Total

RTD0005653

RTD0005654

RTD0005655

RTD0005659

RTD0005660

RTD0005661

MVRTA MVRTA

MVRTA MVRTA

MVRTA MVRTA

117A00

117C00

442400

111203

300901

111215

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

NON FIXED ROUTE ADA PARA SERV

SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLANNING

Replace 9 Model Yr 2009 buses delivery 2021

OPERATING ASSISTANCE 2021

Replace 16 Model Yr 2015 vans with new

$2,758,415

$1,236,090

$80,000

$3,357,795

$508,725

$875,650

$689,605

$309,025

$0

$839,445

$508,725

$218,910

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $20,000

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$3,448,020

$1,545,115

$100,000

$4,197,240

$1,017,450

$1,094,560

$8,816,675 $2,565,710 $0 $20,000 $11,402,385

8,816,675 2,565,710 0 20,000 11,402,385

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TIP 2018 - 2022

2022

5307

Project

Number

Agency Line

Item

Project Description Carry Over Federal

Funds

State

Funds

TDC Local

Funds

Total

RTD0006084

RTD0006085

RTD0006086

RTD0006087

RTD0006088

MVRTA MVRTA

MVRTA MVRTA MVRTA

117A00

117C00

442400

300901

111202

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

NON FIXED ROUTE ADA PARA SERV

SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLANNING

OPERATING ASSISTANCE 2022

Replace 6 Model Yr 2011 buses delivery 2023 6 of 8

$2,841,165

$1,273,170

$80,000

$523,985

$2,328,960

$710,290

$318,290

$0

$523,985

$0

$0 $0

$0 $0

$0 $20,000

$0 $0

$0 $582,240

$3,551,455

$1,591,460

$100,000

$1,047,970

$2,911,200

$7,047,280 $1,552,565 $0 $602,240 $9,202,085

7,047,280 1,552,565 0 602,240 9,202,085

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Summary of Highway Project Listings by Town

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Summary of Highway Projects by Town

(2018 to 2022 Regional Target Funds)

Year (s) Programmed

City / Town

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

2019-2020

Amesbury

Amesbury - Reconstruction of Elm

Street (# 602418)

$12,064,000

2021

Groveland

Groveland - Reconstruction of Route 97 (School Street) from Parker Street to Gardner Street (# 605753)

$4,049,510

2019

Groveland

Groveland - Groveland Community Trail, from Main Street to King Street

(# 608298)

$1,835,573

2020

Haverhill

Haverhill – Bradford Rail Trail Extension from Route 125 to Railroad Street

(# 608027)

$1,176,240

2019

MVRTA

Flex to FTA for MVRTA new bus up- grade to cleaner fuel buses (# MV0001)

$698,541

2018

North

Andover

North Andover - Intersection & Signal Improvements at Route125 & Massa- chusetts Avenue (# 606159)

$3,640,038

2021-2022*

North

Andover

North Andover - Corridor Improvements on Route 114, between Route 125 (Andover Street) & Stop & Shop Drive- way (# 608095)

$16,758,334*

2018

Salisbury

Salisbury - Multi-use Trail Extension (Borders to Boston Trail) Includes new Bridge S-02-004 (# 605020)

$5,918,500

* This project is being Advance Constructed (AC'd) with a total project cost of $16,816,717 being reimbursed from 2021 through 2023. Only the 2021 to 2022 funds programmed in
this TIP are shown in this table.

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Summary of Programmed Highway Funds by Town

(2018 to 2022 Regional Target Funds)

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

Amesbury Total

$12,064,000

Groveland Total

$5,885,083

Haverhill Total

$1,176,240

MVRTA Total

$698,541

North Andover Total

$20,398,372

Salisbury Total

$5,918,500

Regional Total

$46,140,736

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Summary of Highway Projects by Town

(2018 to 2022 Statewide and Regional Target Funds)

Year (s) Programmed

City / Town

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

2019-2020

Amesbury

Amesbury - Reconstruction of Elm

Street (# 602418)

$12,064,000

2018

Amesbury / Salisbury

Amesbury - Salisbury - Trail Connector

@ I-95 (# 607737)

$2,574,805

2020

Georgetown

/ Boxford

Georgetown - Boxford Border to Boston Trail, from Georgetown Road to West Main Street (Route 97) (# 607541)

$1,874,028

2021

Georgetown

/ Newbury

Georgetown - Newbury Border to Boston Trail, (Northern Georgetown to Byfield Section) (# 607542)

$4,341,120

2021

Groveland

Groveland - Reconstruction of Route 97 (School Street) from Parker Street to Gardner Street (# 605753)

$4,049,510

2019

Groveland

Groveland - Groveland Community Trail, from Main Street to King Street

(# 608298)

$1,835,573

2020

Haverhill

Haverhill – Bradford Rail Trail Extension from Route 125 to Railroad Street

(# 608027)

$1,176,240

2018-2021

Haverhill

Haverhill - Bridge Replacement, H-12-

039, I-495 (NB & SB) over Merrimack

River (# 605306)

$79,000,000

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Summary of Highway Projects by Town

(2018 to 2022 Statewide and Target Funds) (Cont.)

Year (s) Programmed

City / Town

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

2018

Lawrence / North Andover

Lawrence - North Andover - Resurfacing and related work on Route 114

(# 608809)

$8,722,560

2019

MVRTA

Flex to FTA for MVRTA new bus up- grade to cleaner fuel buses (# MV0001)

$698,541

2021

Newbury - Newburyport

- Salisbury

Newbury - Newburyport - Salisbury - Resurfacing and related work on Route

1 (# 608494)

$11,854,752

2019

Newburyport

Newburyport - Improvements at Nock Middle School & Molin Upper Elemen- tary School (SRTS) (# 608792)

$1,593,600

2018

North

Andover

North Andover - Intersection & Signal Improvements at Route125 & Massa- chusetts Avenue (# 606159)

$3,640,038

2021-2022*

North

Andover

North Andover - Corridor Improvements on Route 114, between Route 125 (Andover Street) & Stop & Shop Drive- way (# 608095)

$16,758,334*

2018

Salisbury

Salisbury - Multi-use Trail Extension (Borders to Boston Trail) Includes new Bridge S-02-004 (# 605020)

$5,918,500

* This project is being Advance Constructed (AC'd) with a total project cost of $16,816,717 being reimbursed from 2021 through 2023. Only the 2021 to 2022 funds programmed in
this TIP are included in this table.

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Summary of Programmed Highway Funds by Town

(2018 to 2022 Statewide and Regional Target Funds)

Project Description

Total Cost

Programmed

Amesbury Total

$13,351,402

Boxford

$937,014

Georgetown

$3,107,574

Groveland Total

$5,885,083

Haverhill Total

$80,176,240

Lawrence Total

$4,361,280

MVRTA Total

$698,541

Newbury Total

$6,122,144

Newburyport Total

$5,545,184

North Andover Total

$24,759,652

Salisbury Total

$11,157,487

Regional Total

$156,101,601

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Part C. Federal Requirements

Final FFYs 2018-2022 MVMPO TIP May 2017 83

Part C.1. Highway Program Financial Plan

Funding levels for Federal Fiscal Years 2018-2022 have been developed cooperatively between the State and the MPOs as part of the TIP development process. The following five tables depict the resulting financial plan for each of the five 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. In FFY 2017 MassDOT ended funding for the regional major infrastructure program after the I-91 Viaduct in Springfield project had been completed. These funds will be reallocated to the Regional Target program for prioritization by MPOs across the state.
Inflation increases project costs and therefore project costs have been increased 4% per year.

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Final 2018-2022 State Transportation Improvement Program Budgets

2018

Base obligation authority $ 598,178,885

Planned redistribution request $ 50,000,000

Total Estimated Funding Available $ 648,178,885

ABP GANS Repayment

$ (62,985,000)

Total non-earmarked funding available $ 585,193,885 $ 132,056,924 $ 717,250,809

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Award adjustments, change orders, etc.

$ 30,000,000

$ 7,500,000

$ 37,500,000

Metropolitan planning

$ 8,670,263

$ 2,167,566

$ 10,837,829

State planning and research

$ 14,026,697

$ 3,506,674

$ 17,533,371

Recreational trails

$ 1,186,729

$ 296,682

$ 1,483,411

Railroad grade crossings

$ 4,250,000

$ 472,222

$ 4,722,222

MassRides program

$ -

$ -

$ -

subtotal of planning / adjustments / pass-throughs $ 58,133,689 $ 13,943,144 $ 72,076,833

Funding sources for regional priorities

Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Improvements

$ 20,000,000

$ 5,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Highway Safety Improvement Program

$ 9,000,000

$ 1,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Transportation Alternatives Program

$ 4,581,858

$ 1,145,465

$ 5,727,323

Surface Transportation Program Block Grant

$ 144,370,142

$ 36,092,536

$ 180,462,678

regional share % subtotal of funding for regional priorities $ 177,952,000 $ 43,238,000 $ 221,190,000




CMAQ HSIP TAP STPBG Total

3.5596%

Berkshire

$ 889,911

$ 355,964

$ -

$ 6,627,701

$ 7,873,577

42.9671%

Boston

$ 10,741,776

$ 4,296,710

$ 2,929,085

$ 77,071,365

$ 95,038,936

4.5851%

Cape Cod

$ 1,146,285

$ 458,514

$ 205,809

$ 8,331,266

$ 10,141,874

8.6901%

Central Mass

$ 2,172,533

$ 869,013

$ 490,405

$ 15,689,750

$ 19,221,701

2.5397%

Franklin

$ 634,937

$ 253,975

$ -

$ 4,728,753

$ 5,617,664

0.3100%

Martha's Vineyard

$ 77,492

$ 30,997

$ -

$ 577,131

$ 685,620

4.4296%

Merrimack Valley

$ 1,107,389

$ 442,956

$ 351,000

$ 7,896,392

$ 9,797,737

4.4596%

Montachusett

$ 1,114,889

$ 445,955

$ 86,238

$ 8,217,005

$ 9,864,087

0.2200%

Nantucket

$ 54,995

$ 21,998

$ -

$ 409,577

$ 486,569

3.9096%

Northern Middlesex

$ 977,402

$ 390,961

$ 281,909

$ 6,997,392

$ 8,647,664

4.5595%

Old Colony

$ 1,139,886

$ 455,954

$ 344,808

$ 8,144,607

$ 10,085,255

10.8099%

Pioneer Valley

$ 2,702,480

$ 1,080,992

$ 545,638

$ 19,581,351

$ 23,910,460

8.9601%

Southeastern Mass

$ 2,240,026

$ 896,010

$ 492,430

$ 16,190,387

$ 19,818,854

Highway Division programs $ 349,108,196 $ 74,875,779 $ 423,983,975

Reliability programs $ 303,108,196 $ 64,764,668 $ 367,872,864

Bridge program $ 170,824,000

$ 42,706,000

$ 213,530,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 14,320,000

$ 3,580,000

$ 17,900,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 8,000,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 94,900,000

$ 23,725,000

$ 118,625,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 25,104,000

$ 6,276,000

$ 31,380,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 28,500,000

$ 7,125,000

$ 35,625,000

Interstate pavement program

$ 46,605,000

$ 5,178,333

$ 51,783,333

Non-interstate DOT pavement program

$ 54,879,196

$ 12,277,557

$ 67,156,753

Roadway improvements program

$ 3,500,000

$ 875,000

$ 4,375,000

Safety improvements program

$ 27,300,000

$ 3,727,778

$ 31,027,778

Modernization programs $ 30,000,000 $ 6,111,111 $ 36,111,111

ADA retrofits program

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intersection improvements program

$ 15,000,000

$ 2,361,111

$ 17,361,111

Intelligent Transportation Systems program

$ 10,000,000

$ 2,500,000

$ 12,500,000

Roadway reconstruction program

$ 5,000,000

$ 1,250,000

$ 6,250,000

Expansion programs $ 16,000,000 $ 4,000,000 $ 20,000,000

Bicycles and pedestrians program

$ 16,000,000

$ 4,000,000

$ 20,000,000

Capacity program

$ -

$ -

$ -

Total Budgeted Funding $ 648,178,885 $ 132,056,924 $ 717,250,809

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Final 2018-2022 State Transportation Improvement Program Budgets

2019

Base obligation authority $ 611,680,644

Planned redistribution request $ 50,000,000

Total Estimated Funding Available $ 661,680,644

ABP GANS Repayment

$ (66,015,000)

Total non-earmarked funding available $ 595,665,644 $ 138,437,244 $ 734,102,889

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Award adjustments, change orders, etc.

$ 25,000,000

$ 6,250,000

$ 31,250,000

Metropolitan planning

$ 8,670,263

$ 2,167,566

$ 10,837,829

State planning and research

$ 14,026,697

$ 3,506,674

$ 17,533,371

Recreational trails

$ 1,186,729

$ 296,682

$ 1,483,411

Railroad grade crossings

$ 3,800,000

$ 422,222

$ 4,222,222

MassRides program

$ 2,660,000

$ 665,000

$ 3,325,000

subtotal of planning / adjustments / pass-throughs $ 55,343,689 $ 13,308,144 $ 68,651,833

Funding sources for regional priorities

Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Improvements

$ 20,000,000

$ 5,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Highway Safety Improvement Program

$ 9,000,000

$ 1,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Transportation Alternatives Program

$ 4,581,858

$ 1,145,465

$ 5,727,323

Surface Transportation Program Block Grant

$ 151,362,142

$ 37,840,536

$ 189,202,678

regional share % subtotal of funding for regional priorities $ 184,944,000 $ 44,986,000 $ 229,930,000




CMAQ HSIP TAP STPBG Total

3.5596%

Berkshire

$ 889,911

$ 355,964

$ -

$ 6,938,814

$ 8,184,689

42.9671%

Boston

$ 10,741,776

$ 4,296,710

$ 2,929,085

$ 80,826,690

$ 98,794,261

4.5851%

Cape Cod

$ 1,146,285

$ 458,514

$ 205,809

$ 8,732,008

$ 10,542,616

8.6901%

Central Mass

$ 2,172,533

$ 869,013

$ 490,405

$ 16,449,267

$ 19,981,218

2.5397%

Franklin

$ 634,937

$ 253,975

$ -

$ 4,950,727

$ 5,839,638

0.3100%

Martha's Vineyard

$ 77,492

$ 30,997

$ -

$ 604,223

$ 712,712

4.4296%

Merrimack Valley

$ 1,107,389

$ 442,956

$ 351,000

$ 8,283,535

$ 10,184,880

4.4596%

Montachusett

$ 1,114,889

$ 445,955

$ 86,238

$ 8,606,770

$ 10,253,853

0.2200%

Nantucket

$ 54,995

$ 21,998

$ -

$ 428,803

$ 505,795

3.9096%

Northern Middlesex

$ 977,402

$ 390,961

$ 281,909

$ 7,339,092

$ 8,989,364

4.5595%

Old Colony

$ 1,139,886

$ 455,954

$ 344,808

$ 8,543,111

$ 10,483,760

10.8099%

Pioneer Valley

$ 2,702,480

$ 1,080,992

$ 545,638

$ 20,526,138

$ 24,855,247

8.9601%

Southeastern Mass

$ 2,240,026

$ 896,010

$ 492,430

$ 16,973,500

$ 20,601,967

Highway Division programs $ 355,377,955 $ 80,143,100 $ 435,521,055

Reliability programs $ 277,657,955 $ 62,379,767 $ 340,037,722

Bridge program $ 147,807,955

$ 36,951,989

$ 184,759,944

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ -

$ -

$ -

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 8,000,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 96,000,000

$ 24,000,000

$ 120,000,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 15,307,955

$ 3,826,989

$ 19,134,944

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 28,500,000

$ 7,125,000

$ 35,625,000

Interstate pavement program

$ 27,650,000

$ 3,072,222

$ 30,722,222

Non-interstate DOT pavement program

$ 69,200,000

$ 17,300,000

$ 86,500,000

Roadway improvements program

$ 2,000,000

$ 500,000

$ 2,500,000

Safety improvements program

$ 31,000,000

$ 4,555,556

$ 35,555,556

Modernization programs $ 41,400,000 $ 8,683,333 $ 50,083,333

ADA retrofits program

$ 2,400,000

$ 600,000

$ 3,000,000

Intersection improvements program

$ 19,000,000

$ 3,083,333

$ 22,083,333

Intelligent Transportation Systems program

$ 11,000,000

$ 2,750,000

$ 13,750,000

Roadway reconstruction program

$ 9,000,000

$ 2,250,000

$ 11,250,000

Expansion programs $ 36,320,000 $ 9,080,000 $ 45,400,000

Bicycles and pedestrians program

$ 36,320,000

$ 9,080,000

$ 45,400,000

Capacity program

$ -

$ -

$ -

Total Budgeted Funding $ 661,680,644 $ 138,437,244 $ 734,102,889

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Final 2018-2022 State Transportation Improvement Program Budgets

2020

Base obligation authority $ 626,330,019

Planned redistribution request $ 50,000,000

Total Estimated Funding Available $ 676,330,019

ABP GANS Repayment

$ (104,275,000)

Total non-earmarked funding available $ 572,055,019 $ 132,099,079 $ 704,154,098

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Award adjustments, change orders, etc.

$ 25,000,000

$ 6,250,000

$ 31,250,000

Metropolitan planning

$ 8,670,263

$ 2,167,566

$ 10,837,829

State planning and research

$ 14,026,697

$ 3,506,674

$ 17,533,371

Recreational trails

$ 1,186,729

$ 296,682

$ 1,483,411

Railroad grade crossings

$ 2,000,000

$ 222,222

$ 2,222,222

MassRides program

$ 2,660,000

$ 665,000

$ 3,325,000

subtotal of planning / adjustments / pass-throughs $ 53,543,689 $ 13,108,144 $ 66,651,833

Funding sources for regional priorities

Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Improvements

$ 20,000,000

$ 5,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Highway Safety Improvement Program

$ 9,000,000

$ 1,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Transportation Alternatives Program

$ 4,581,858

$ 1,145,465

$ 5,727,323

Surface Transportation Program Block Grant

$ 149,938,142

$ 37,484,536

$ 187,422,678

regional share % subtotal of funding for regional priorities $ 183,520,000 $ 44,630,000 $ 228,150,000




CMAQ HSIP TAP STPBG Total

3.5596%

Berkshire

$ 889,911

$ 355,964

$ -

$ 6,875,452

$ 8,121,328

42.9671%

Boston

$ 10,741,776

$ 4,296,710

$ 2,929,085

$ 80,061,875

$ 98,029,447

4.5851%

Cape Cod

$ 1,146,285

$ 458,514

$ 205,809

$ 8,650,392

$ 10,461,000

8.6901%

Central Mass

$ 2,172,533

$ 869,013

$ 490,405

$ 16,294,583

$ 19,826,534

2.5397%

Franklin

$ 634,937

$ 253,975

$ -

$ 4,905,519

$ 5,794,430

0.3100%

Martha's Vineyard

$ 77,492

$ 30,997

$ -

$ 598,705

$ 707,194

4.4296%

Merrimack Valley

$ 1,107,389

$ 442,956

$ 351,000

$ 8,204,689

$ 10,106,034

4.4596%

Montachusett

$ 1,114,889

$ 445,955

$ 86,238

$ 8,527,390

$ 10,174,472

0.2200%

Nantucket

$ 54,995

$ 21,998

$ -

$ 424,888

$ 501,880

3.9096%

Northern Middlesex

$ 977,402

$ 390,961

$ 281,909

$ 7,269,501

$ 8,919,773

4.5595%

Old Colony

$ 1,139,886

$ 455,954

$ 344,808

$ 8,461,951

$ 10,402,600

10.8099%

Pioneer Valley

$ 2,702,480

$ 1,080,992

$ 545,638

$ 20,333,721

$ 24,662,830

8.9601%

Southeastern Mass

$ 2,240,026

$ 896,010

$ 492,430

$ 16,814,010

$ 20,442,477

Highway Division programs $ 334,991,330 $ 74,360,935 $ 409,352,265

Reliability programs $ 280,591,330 $ 62,844,268 $ 343,435,598

Bridge program $ 154,820,000

$ 38,705,000

$ 193,525,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 14,320,000

$ 3,580,000

$ 17,900,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 8,000,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 94,900,000

$ 23,725,000

$ 118,625,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 9,100,000

$ 2,275,000

$ 11,375,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 28,500,000

$ 7,125,000

$ 35,625,000

Interstate pavement program

$ 37,585,665

$ 4,176,185

$ 41,761,850

Non-interstate DOT pavement program

$ 65,185,665

$ 16,296,416

$ 81,482,081

Roadway improvements program

$ 3,000,000

$ 750,000

$ 3,750,000

Safety improvements program

$ 20,000,000

$ 2,916,667

$ 22,916,667

Modernization programs $ 34,400,000 $ 6,516,667 $ 40,916,667

ADA retrofits program

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intersection improvements program

$ 17,000,000

$ 2,166,667

$ 19,166,667

Intelligent Transportation Systems program

$ 10,000,000

$ 2,500,000

$ 12,500,000

Roadway reconstruction program

$ 7,400,000

$ 1,850,000

$ 9,250,000

Expansion programs $ 20,000,000 $ 5,000,000 $ 25,000,000

Bicycles and pedestrians program

$ 20,000,000

$ 5,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Capacity program

$ -

$ -

$ -

Total Budgeted Funding $ 676,330,019 $ 132,099,079 $ 704,154,098

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Final 2018-2022 State Transportation Improvement Program Budgets

2021

Base obligation authority $ 641,988,270

Planned redistribution request $ 50,000,000

Total Estimated Funding Available $ 691,988,270

ABP GANS Repayment

$ (107,700,000)

Total non-earmarked funding available $ 584,288,270 $ 137,774,209 $ 722,062,479

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Award adjustments, change orders, etc.

$ 20,000,000

$ 5,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Metropolitan planning

$ 8,670,263

$ 2,167,566

$ 10,837,829

State planning and research

$ 14,026,697

$ 3,506,674

$ 17,533,371

Recreational trails

$ 1,186,729

$ 296,682

$ 1,483,411

Railroad grade crossings

$ 2,000,000

$ 222,222

$ 2,222,222

MassRides program

$ 2,660,000

$ 665,000

$ 3,325,000

subtotal of planning / adjustments / pass-throughs $ 48,543,689 $ 11,858,144 $ 60,401,833

Funding sources for regional priorities

Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Improvements

$ 20,000,000

$ 5,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Highway Safety Improvement Program

$ 9,000,000

$ 1,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Transportation Alternatives Program

$ 4,581,858

$ 1,145,465

$ 5,727,323

Surface Transportation Program Block Grant

$ 154,162,142

$ 38,540,536

$ 192,702,678

regional share % subtotal of funding for regional priorities $ 187,744,000 $ 45,686,000 $ 233,430,000




CMAQ HSIP TAP STPBG Total

3.5596%

Berkshire

$ 889,911

$ 355,964

$ -

$ 7,063,402

$ 8,309,277

42.9671%

Boston

$ 10,741,776

$ 4,296,710

$ 2,929,085

$ 82,330,538

$ 100,298,110

4.5851%

Cape Cod

$ 1,146,285

$ 458,514

$ 205,809

$ 8,892,488

$ 10,703,096

8.6901%

Central Mass

$ 2,172,533

$ 869,013

$ 490,405

$ 16,753,422

$ 20,285,373

2.5397%

Franklin

$ 634,937

$ 253,975

$ -

$ 5,039,618

$ 5,928,529

0.3100%

Martha's Vineyard

$ 77,492

$ 30,997

$ -

$ 615,071

$ 723,561

4.4296%

Merrimack Valley

$ 1,107,389

$ 442,956

$ 351,000

$ 8,438,570

$ 10,339,915

4.4596%

Montachusett

$ 1,114,889

$ 445,955

$ 86,238

$ 8,762,855

$ 10,409,937

0.2200%

Nantucket

$ 54,995

$ 21,998

$ -

$ 436,502

$ 513,495

3.9096%

Northern Middlesex

$ 977,402

$ 390,961

$ 281,909

$ 7,475,928

$ 9,126,200

4.5595%

Old Colony

$ 1,139,886

$ 455,954

$ 344,808

$ 8,702,695

$ 10,643,344

10.8099%

Pioneer Valley

$ 2,702,480

$ 1,080,992

$ 545,638

$ 20,904,485

$ 25,233,594

8.9601%

Southeastern Mass

$ 2,240,026

$ 896,010

$ 492,430

$ 17,287,104

$ 20,915,571

Highway Division programs $ 348,000,581 $ 80,230,065 $ 428,230,646

Reliability programs $ 239,280,581 $ 54,577,842 $ 293,858,423

Bridge program $ 140,500,000

$ 35,125,000

$ 175,625,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ -

$ -

$ -

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 8,000,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 94,900,000

$ 23,725,000

$ 118,625,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 9,100,000

$ 2,275,000

$ 11,375,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 28,500,000

$ 7,125,000

$ 35,625,000

Interstate pavement program

$ 24,744,581

$ 2,749,398

$ 27,493,979

Non-interstate DOT pavement program

$ 54,036,000

$ 13,509,000

$ 67,545,000

Roadway improvements program

$ 3,000,000

$ 750,000

$ 3,750,000

Safety improvements program

$ 17,000,000

$ 2,444,444

$ 19,444,444

Modernization programs $ 80,720,000 $ 18,652,222 $ 99,372,222

ADA retrofits program

$ 1,400,000

$ 350,000

$ 1,750,000

Intersection improvements program

$ 16,000,000

$ 2,472,222

$ 18,472,222

Intelligent Transportation Systems program

$ 8,000,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Roadway reconstruction program

$ 55,320,000

$ 13,830,000

$ 69,150,000

Expansion programs $ 28,000,000 $ 7,000,000 $ 35,000,000

Bicycles and pedestrians program

$ 28,000,000

$ 7,000,000

$ 35,000,000

Capacity program

$ -

$ -

$ -

Total Budgeted Funding $ 691,988,270 $ 137,774,209 $ 722,062,479

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Final 2018-2022 State Transportation Improvement Program Budgets

2022

Base obligation authority $ 658,744,163

Planned redistribution request $ 50,000,000

Total Estimated Funding Available $ 708,744,163

ABP GANS Repayment

$ (116,770,949)

Total non-earmarked funding available $ 591,973,214 $ 139,255,869 $ 731,229,083

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Award adjustments, change orders, etc.

$ 20,000,000

$ 5,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Metropolitan planning

$ 8,670,263

$ 2,167,566

$ 10,837,829

State planning and research

$ 14,026,697

$ 3,506,674

$ 17,533,371

Recreational trails

$ 1,186,729

$ 296,682

$ 1,483,411

Railroad grade crossings

$ 2,000,000

$ 222,222

$ 2,222,222

MassRides program

$ 2,660,000

$ 665,000

$ 3,325,000

subtotal of planning / adjustments / pass-throughs $ 48,543,689 $ 11,858,144 $ 60,401,833

Funding sources for regional priorities

Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Improvements

$ 20,000,000

$ 5,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Highway Safety Improvement Program

$ 9,000,000

$ 1,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Transportation Alternatives Program

$ 4,581,858

$ 1,145,465

$ 5,727,323

Surface Transportation Program Block Grant

$ 156,474,142

$ 39,118,536

$ 195,592,678

regional share % subtotal of funding for regional priorities $ 190,056,000 $ 46,264,000 $ 236,320,000




CMAQ HSIP TAP STPBG Total

3.5596%

Berkshire

$ 889,911

$ 355,964

$ -

$ 7,166,275

$ 8,412,151

42.9671%

Boston

$ 10,741,776

$ 4,296,710

$ 2,929,085

$ 83,572,288

$ 101,539,859

4.5851%

Cape Cod

$ 1,146,285

$ 458,514

$ 205,809

$ 9,024,998

$ 10,835,606

8.6901%

Central Mass

$ 2,172,533

$ 869,013

$ 490,405

$ 17,004,566

$ 20,536,518

2.5397%

Franklin

$ 634,937

$ 253,975

$ -

$ 5,113,017

$ 6,001,928

0.3100%

Martha's Vineyard

$ 77,492

$ 30,997

$ -

$ 624,030

$ 732,519

4.4296%

Merrimack Valley

$ 1,107,389

$ 442,956

$ 351,000

$ 8,566,584

$ 10,467,929

4.4596%

Montachusett

$ 1,114,889

$ 445,955

$ 86,238

$ 8,891,736

$ 10,538,818

0.2200%

Nantucket

$ 54,995

$ 21,998

$ -

$ 442,860

$ 519,852

3.9096%

Northern Middlesex

$ 977,402

$ 390,961

$ 281,909

$ 7,588,916

$ 9,239,188

4.5595%

Old Colony

$ 1,139,886

$ 455,954

$ 344,808

$ 8,834,466

$ 10,775,114

10.8099%

Pioneer Valley

$ 2,702,480

$ 1,080,992

$ 545,638

$ 21,216,891

$ 25,546,001

8.9601%

Southeastern Mass

$ 2,240,026

$ 896,010

$ 492,430

$ 17,546,051

$ 21,174,518

Highway Division programs $ 353,373,525 $ 81,133,725 $ 434,507,250

Reliability programs $ 246,873,525 $ 56,592,058 $ 303,465,583

Bridge program $ 154,820,000

$ 38,705,000

$ 193,525,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 14,320,000

$ 3,580,000

$ 17,900,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 8,000,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 94,900,000

$ 23,725,000

$ 118,625,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 9,100,000

$ 2,275,000

$ 11,375,000

Inspections

Systematic maintenance On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 28,500,000

$ 7,125,000

$ 35,625,000

Interstate pavement program

$ 22,909,525

$ 2,545,503

$ 25,455,028

Non-interstate DOT pavement program

$ 51,144,000

$ 12,786,000

$ 63,930,000

Roadway improvements program

$ 1,000,000

$ 250,000

$ 1,250,000

Safety improvements program

$ 17,000,000

$ 2,305,556

$ 19,305,556

Modernization programs $ 78,500,000 $ 17,541,667 $ 96,041,667

ADA retrofits program

$ -

$ -

$ -

Intersection improvements program

$ 15,000,000

$ 1,666,667

$ 16,666,667

Intelligent Transportation Systems program

$ 8,000,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 10,000,000

Roadway reconstruction program

$ 55,500,000

$ 13,875,000

$ 69,375,000

Expansion programs $ 28,000,000 $ 7,000,000 $ 35,000,000

Bicycles and pedestrians program

$ 28,000,000

$ 7,000,000

$ 35,000,000

Capacity program

$ -

$ -

$ -

Total Budgeted Funding $ 708,744,163 $ 139,255,869 $ 731,229,083

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Final 2018-2022 State Transportation Improvement Program Budgets

2018 2019 2020 2021 2022

Base obligation authority

$ 598.18

$ 611.68

$ 626.33

$ 641.99

$ 658.74

Planned redistribution request

$ 50.00

$ 50.00

$ 50.00

$ 50.00

$ 50.00

Total obligation authority

$ 648.18

$ 661.68

$ 676.33

$ 691.99

$ 708.74

ABP GANS Repayment

$ (62.99)

$ (66.02)

$ (104.28)

$ (107.70)

$ (116.77)

Total federal funding with match $ 717.25 $ 734.10 $ 704.15 $ 722.06 $ 731.23

Planning / Adjustments / Pass-throughs

Award adjustments, change orders, etc.

$ 37.50

$ 31.25

$ 31.25

$ 25.00

$ 25.00

Metropolitan planning

$ 10.84

$ 10.84

$ 10.84

$ 10.84

$ 10.84

State planning and research

$ 17.53

$ 17.53

$ 17.53

$ 17.53

$ 17.53

Recreational trails

$ 1.48

$ 1.48

$ 1.48

$ 1.48

$ 1.48

Railroad grade crossings

$ 4.72

$ 4.22

$ 2.22

$ 2.22

$ 2.22

MassRides program

$ -

$ 3.33

$ 3.33

$ 3.33

$ 3.33

subtotal of planning / adjustments / pass-throughs $ 72.08 $ 68.65 $ 66.65 $ 60.40 $ 60.40

Funding sources for regional priorities

Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Improvements

$ 25.00

$ 25.00

$ 25.00

$ 25.00

$ 25.00

Highway Safety Improvement Program

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

Transportation Alternatives Program

$ 5.73

$ 5.73

$ 5.73

$ 5.73

$ 5.73

Surface Transportation Program Block Grant

$ 180.46

$ 189.20

$ 187.42

$ 192.70

$ 195.59

regional share % subtotal of funding for regional priorities $ 221.19 $ 229.93 $ 228.15 $ 233.43 $ 236.32

3.5596%

Berkshire

$ 7.87

$ 8.18

$ 8.12

$ 8.31

$ 8.41

42.9671%

Boston

$ 95.04

$ 98.79

$ 98.03

$ 100.30

$ 101.54

4.5851%

Cape Cod

$ 10.14

$ 10.54

$ 10.46

$ 10.70

$ 10.84

8.6901%

Central Mass

$ 19.22

$ 19.98

$ 19.83

$ 20.29

$ 20.54

2.5397%

Franklin

$ 5.62

$ 5.84

$ 5.79

$ 5.93

$ 6.00

0.3100%

Martha's Vineyard

$ 0.69

$ 0.71

$ 0.71

$ 0.72

$ 0.73

4.4296%

Merrimack Valley

$ 9.80

$ 10.18

$ 10.11

$ 10.34

$ 10.47

4.4596%

Montachusett

$ 9.86

$ 10.25

$ 10.17

$ 10.41

$ 10.54

0.2200%

Nantucket

$ 0.49

$ 0.51

$ 0.50

$ 0.51

$ 0.52

3.9096%

Northern Middlesex

$ 8.65

$ 8.99

$ 8.92

$ 9.13

$ 9.24

4.5595%

Old Colony

$ 10.09

$ 10.48

$ 10.40

$ 10.64

$ 10.78

10.8099%

Pioneer Valley

$ 23.91

$ 24.86

$ 24.66

$ 25.23

$ 25.55

8.9601%

Southeastern Mass

$ 19.82

$ 20.60

$ 20.44

$ 20.92

$ 21.17

31% 31% 32% 32% 32%

Highway Division programs $ 423.98 $ 435.52 $ 409.35 $ 428.23 $ 434.51

Reliability programs $ 367.87 $ 340.04 $ 343.44 $ 293.86 $ 303.47

Bridge program

Inspections

Systematic maintenance

On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 213.53

$ 184.76

$ 193.53

$ 175.63

$ 193.53

Bridge program

Inspections

Systematic maintenance

On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 17.90

$ -

$ 17.90

$ -

$ 17.90

Bridge program

Inspections

Systematic maintenance

On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

Bridge program

Inspections

Systematic maintenance

On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 118.63

$ 120.00

$ 118.63

$ 118.63

$ 118.63

Bridge program

Inspections

Systematic maintenance

On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 31.38

$ 19.13

$ 11.38

$ 11.38

$ 11.38

Bridge program

Inspections

Systematic maintenance

On-system NHS (minimum) On-System Non-NHS

Off-system

$ 35.63

$ 35.63

$ 35.63

$ 35.63

$ 35.63

Interstate pavement program

$ 51.78

$ 30.72

$ 41.76

$ 27.49

$ 25.46

Non-interstate DOT pavement program

$ 67.16

$ 86.50

$ 81.48

$ 67.55

$ 63.93

Roadway improvements program

$ 4.38

$ 2.50

$ 3.75

$ 3.75

$ 1.25

Safety improvements program

$ 31.03

$ 35.56

$ 22.92

$ 19.44

$ 19.31

Modernization programs $ 36.11 $ 50.08 $ 40.92 $ 99.37 $ 96.04

ADA retrofits program

$ -

$ 3.00

$ -

$ 1.75

$ -

Intersection improvements program

$ 17.36

$ 22.08

$ 19.17

$ 18.47

$ 16.67

Intelligent Transportation Systems program

$ 12.50

$ 13.75

$ 12.50

$ 10.00

$ 10.00

Roadway reconstruction program

$ 6.25

$ 11.25

$ 9.25

$ 69.15

$ 69.38

Expansion programs $ 20.00 $ 45.40 $ 25.00 $ 35.00 $ 35.00

Bicycles and pedestrians program

$ 20.00

$ 45.40

$ 25.00

$ 35.00

$ 35.00

Capacity program

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Total Budgeted Funding $ 717.25 $ 734.10 $ 704.15 $ 722.06 $ 731.23


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The following table shows the total federal programmed amounts in this TIP for each of the five 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.

Highway Program Financial Plan Table

Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FY 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (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*

2018

$46.54

$5.92

$52.46

$52.72

2019

$28.21

$4.13

$32.34

$32.78

2020

$25.86

$3.05

$28.91

$32.98

2021

$27.59

$4.34

$31.93

$31.93

2022

$10.47

$0

$10.47

$10.47

* Millions of dollars
The financial plan contained herein is financially constrained and indicates that the Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization's FFYs 2018-2022 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.
Appendix B of this document includes a list of Non-federal-aid transportation projects in the region. The projects listed in Appendix B are an integral part of the planning, programming,
and priority setting process of the MVMPO.

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Summary of Highway Funding Categories

The following tables 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.

Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary By Funding Category

Highway Projects Federal Fiscal Year 2018

Highway

FFY 2018

Estimated Needs MVMPO (in 1000s) Federal Portion of Cost

Estimated Needs MVMPO (in 1000s) Total Project Cost

Available Resources MVMPO Projects (in 1000s)

(From Region Target if not Statewide Category)

Regional Target Congestion

Mitigation/AQ

$4,454.00

$5,567.50

$5,567.50

Regional Target Highway Safety

(HSIP)

$398.66

$442.96

$442.96

Regional Target Surface

Transportation Program (STP)

$2,537.35

$3,171.69

$3,436.28

Regional Target Transportation

Alternatives (TAP)

$280.80

$351.00

$351.00

Regional Target Subtotals

$7,670.81

$9,533.14

$9,797.74

Statewide (SW) Bridges On-System

(NHPP-On)

$25,280.00

$31,600.00

$31,600.00

Statewide Other Federal Aid Earmark

Demo ID MA 175

$20.32

$25.39

$25.39

SW Non-Interstate Pavement (NHPP)

$6,978.05

$8,722.56

$8,722.56

Statewide Bicycles and Pedestrians

(CMAQ)

$2,059.84

$2,574.81

$2,574.81

Total FFY 2018

$42,009.02

$52,455.91

$52,720.50

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Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary By Funding Category

Highway Projects Federal Fiscal Year 2019

Highway

FFY 2019

Estimated Needs MVMPO (in 1000s) Federal Portion of Cost

Estimated Needs MVMPO (in 1000s) Total Project Cost

Available Resources MVMPO Projects

(in 1000s) (From Region Target if not Statewide Category)

Regional Target Congestion

Mitigation/AQ

$885.91

$1,107.39

$1,107.39

Regional Target Highway Safety

(HSIP)

$0.00

$0.00

$442.96

Regional Target Surface

Transportation Program (STP)

$6,626.83

$8,283.53

$8,283.53

Regional Target Transportation

Alternatives (TAP)

$280.80

$351.00

$351.00

Regional Target Subtotals

$7,793.54

$9,741.92

$10,184.88

Statewide On-System Bridges

(NHPP-On)

$16,800.00

$21,000.00

$21,000.00

Statewide Roadway Reconstruction

SRTS (TAP)

$1,274.88

$1,593.60

$1,593.60

Total FFY 2019

$25,868.42

$32,335.52

$32,778.48

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Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary By Funding Category

Highway Projects Federal Fiscal Year 2020

Highway

FFY 2020

Estimated Needs MVMPO (in 1000s) Federal Portion of Cost

Estimated Needs MVMPO (in 1000s) Total Project Cost

Available Resources MVMPO Projects

(in 1000s) (From Region Target if not Statewide Category)

Regional Target Congestion

Mitigation/AQ

$885.91

$1,107.39

$1,107.39

Regional Target Highway Safety

(HSIP)

$0

$0

$442.96

Regional Target Surface

Transportation Program (STP)

$3,884.95

$4,856.19

$8,204.69

Regional Target Transportation

Alternatives (TAP)

$55.08

$68.85

$351.00

Regional Target Subtotals

$4,825.94

$6,032.43

$10,106.03

Statewide On System Bridges (NHPP- On)

$16,800.00

$21,000.00

$21,000.00

Statewide Bicycles and Pedestrians

(CMAQ)

$1,499.22

$1,874.03

$1,874.03

Total FFY 2020

$23,125.16

$28,906.46

32,980.07

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Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary By Funding Category

Highway Projects Federal Fiscal Year 2021

Highway

FFY 2021

Estimated Needs MVMPO (in 1000s) Federal Portion of Cost

Estimated Needs MVMPO (in 1000s) Total Project Cost

Available Resources MVMPO Projects

(in 1000s) (From Region Target if not Statewide Category)

Regional Target Congestion

Mitigation/AQ

$885.91

$1,107.39

$1,107.39

Regional Target Highway Safety

(HSIP)

$398.66

$442.96

$442.96

Regional Target Surface

Transportation Program (STP)

$6,750.86

$8,438.57

$8,438.57

Regional Target Transportation

Alternatives (TAP)

$280.80

$351.00

$351.00

Regional Target Subtotals

$8,316.23

$10,339.92

$10,339.92

Statewide On System Bridges (NHPP- On)

$4,320.00

$5,400.00

$5,400.00

SW Non-Interstate Pavement (NHPP)

$9,483.80

$11,854.75

$11,854.75

Statewide Bicycles and Pedestrians

(CMAQ)

$3,472.90

$4,341.12

$4,341.12

Total FFY 2021

$25,592.93

$31,935.79

$31,935.79

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Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary By Funding Category

Highway Projects Federal Fiscal Year 2022

Highway

FFY 2022

Estimated Needs MVMPO

(in 1000s) Federal Portion of Cost

Estimated Needs MVMPO

(in 1000s) Total Project Cost

Available Resources MVMPO Projects

(in 1000s) (From Region Target if not Statewide Category)

Regional Target Congestion

Mitigation/AQ

$885.91

$1,107.39

$1,107.39

Regional Target Highway Safety

(HSIP)

$398.66

$442.96

$442.96

Regional Target Surface

Transportation Program (STP)

$6,853.27

$8,566.58

$8,566.58

Regional Target Transportation

Alternatives (TAP)

$280.80

$351.00

$351.00

Regional Target Subtotals

$8,418.64

$10,467.93

$10,467.93

Total FFY 2022

$8,418.64

$10,467.93

$10,467.93

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Part C. 2. Transit Program Financial Plan

Planning Justification for Transit Projects

The Merrimack Valley region's FFYs 2018-2022 TIP federal aid transit projects are to be carried out using Sections 5307 received by the MVRTA from the FTA with the exception of the provision of operating assistance, the planning justification for the Section 5307 projects are contained in the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority's Five Year Capital Program for 2018-2022.

MVRTA Financial Status

The FAST Act requires that projects appearing in the TIP must have an identified source of funding that will allow them to be completed within the time period contemplated. Transit
projects appearing in the FY 2018-2022 TIP meet this criterion.

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Transit Program Financial Plan Table

Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FFYs 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (FTA related funding categories only)

Total Costs including Federal, State and Local*

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*

2018

$8.21

$0.10

$8.31

$8.31

2019

$5.54

$1.44

$6.98

$6.98

2020

$7.14

$0.10

$7.24

$7.24

2021

$11.30

$0.10

$11.40

$11.40

2022

$9.10

$0.10

$9.20

$9.20

* Millions of dollars

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Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary by Funding Category

2018 Transit Projects

FTA Funding Program Summaries (Federal dollars only)

Merrimack Valley Regional Transit

Authority

FTA Funding Programs

Estimated Authorization FFY 2018

Regional

TIP

FFY 2018

Balance

FFY 2018

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

$5,904,705

$2,518,955

$3,385,750

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements

Subtotal

$5,904,705

$2,518,955

$3,385,750

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

Carryover

$3,936,570

$3,936,570

$0

Section 5307 Operating Carryover

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements

Carryover

Subtotal

$3,936,570

$3,936,570

$0

Section 5307 Total

$9,841,275

$6,455,525

$3,385,750

Section 5309 Bus

Section 5309 Fixed Guideway

Section 5309 Total

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled

Carryover

Section 5339 Bus and Bus Related

Equipment and Facilities

Federal Aid Total

$9,841,275

$6,455,525

$3,385,750

Other Transit Funding (Non-Federal Aid)

$2,500,000

$2,500,000

$0

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Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary by Funding Category

2019 Transit Projects

FTA Funding Program Summaries (Federal dollars only)

Merrimack Valley Regional Transit

Authority

FTA Funding Programs

Estimated Authorization FFY 2019

Regional

TIP FFY

2019

Balance

FFY 2019

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

$5,993,280

$1,964,585

$4,028,695

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements

Subtotal

$5,993,280

$1,964,585

$4,028,695

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

Carryover

$3,385,750

$3,385,750

$0

Section 5307 Operating Carryover

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements

Carryover

Subtotal

$3,385,750

$3,385,750

$0

Section 5307 Total

$9,379,030

$5,350,335

$4,028,695

Section 5309 Bus

Section 5309 Fixed Guideway

Section 5309 Total

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled

Carryover

Federal Aid Total

$9,379,030

$5,350,335

$4,028,695

Other Transit Funding (Non-Federal Aid)

$2,500,000

$2,500,000

$0

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Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary by Funding Category

2020 Transit Projects

FTA Funding Program Summaries (Federal dollars only)

Merrimack Valley Regional Transit

Authority

FTA Funding Programs

Estimated Authorization FFY 2020

Regional

TIP

FFY 2020

Balance

FFY 2020

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

$6,083,175

$1,489,260

$4,593,915

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements

Subtotal

$6,083,175

$1,489,260

$4,593,915

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

Carryover

$4,028,695

$4,028,695

$0

Section 5307 Operating Carryover

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements Car- ryover

Subtotal

$4,028,695

$4,028,695

$0

Section 5307 Total

$10,111,870

$5,517,955

$4,593,915

Section 5309 Bus

Section 5309 Fixed Guideway

Section 5309 Total

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled Carry- over

Federal Aid Total

$10,111,870

$5,517,955

$4,593,915

Other Transit Funding

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Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary by Funding Category

2021 Transit Projects

FTA Funding Program Summaries (Federal dollars only)

Merrimack Valley Regional Transit

Authority

FTA Funding Programs

Estimated Authorization FFY 2021

Regional

TIP FFY

2021

Balance FFY

2021

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

$6,174,425

$4,222,760

$1,951,665

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements

Subtotal

$6,174,425

$4,222,760

$1,951,665

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

Carryover

$4,593,915

$4,593,915

$0

Section 5307 Operating Carryover

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements Car- ryover

Subtotal

$4,593,915

$4,593,915

$0

Section 5307 Total

$10,768,340

$8,816,675

$1,951,665

Section 5309 Bus

Section 5309 Fixed Guideway

Section 5309 Total

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled Carryo- ver

Federal Aid Total

$10,768,340

$8,816,675

$1,951,665

Other Transit Funding

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Summary of Transit Funding Categories

Cost Estimates and Available Resources

Summary by Funding Category

2022 Transit Projects

FTA Funding Program Summaries (Federal dollars only)

Merrimack Valley Regional Transit

Authority

FTA Funding Programs

Estimated Authorization FFY 2022

Regional

TIP

FFY 2022

Balance

FFY 2022

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

$6,267,040

$5,095,615

$1,171,425

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements

Subtotal

$6,267,040

$5,095,615

$1,171,425

Section 5307 Capital and Planning Formula

Carryover

$1,951,665

$1,951,665

$0

Section 5307 Operating Carryover

Section 5307 Transit Enhancements

Carryover

Subtotal

$1,951,665

$1,951,665

$0

Section 5307 Total

$8,218,705

$7,047,280

$1,171,425

Section 5309 Bus

Section 5309 Fixed Guideway

Section 5309 Total

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled

Section 5310 Elderly and Disabled

Carryover

Federal Aid Total

$8,218,705

$7,047,280

$1,171,425

Other Transit Funding (Non-Federal Aid)

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MVRTA Transit Operations and Maintenance Summary Table

State Fiscal Year 2016 (Actual), 2017 (Adopted Budget), and 2018 to 2022 (Projected)

The numbers below represent actual numbers for the previous year, the current year budget/forecast approved by the
MVRTA Advisory Board, and Projections for the out-years. These numbers indicate that there are sufficient revenues projected to meet the operating needs of the MVRTA.

Audit

Adopted

Budget

Adopted

Budget

Projected

Projected

Projected

Projected

Operating

Revenue

Actual

Current

Yr One

Yr Two

Yr Three

Yr Four

Yr Five

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

Farebox

$ 1,940,040

$2,021,190

$2,081,145

$2,142,860

$2,208,420

$2,271,870

$2,335,480

Section 5307

$3,526,185

$3,787,950

$3,806,450

$3,974,325

$4,155,335

$4,340,640

$4,449,315

Section 5311

-

CMAQ/TDM

-

Fully Funded*

-

Job Access/ Reverse Commute

-

New Freedom

-

Advertising

$9,000

$25,000

$25,000

$25,000

$25,000

$25,000

$25,000

Interest Income

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

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MVRTA Transit Operations and Maintenance Summary Table

State Fiscal Year 2016 (Actual), 2017 (Adopted Budget), and 2018 to 2022 (Projected) (Continued)

Audit

Adopted

Budget

Adopted

Budget

Projected

Projected

Projected

Projected

Operating

Revenue

Actual

Current

Yr One

Yr Two

Yr Three

Yr Four

Yr Five

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

Rental

Income

-

State Contract Assistance

**

$6,836,165

$6,836,165

$7,182,245

$7,361,800

$7,545,850

$7,734,445

$7,927,805

Local Assess- ment

$3,306,515

$3,429,440

$3,516,215

$3,605,785

$3,696,420

$3,789,970

$3,884,720

Other: (Define)

$933,800

$942,580

$970,610

$990,020

$1,009,825

$1,030,020

$1,050,620

Total

Revenue

$16,551,705

$17,042,425

$17,581,665

$18,099,790

$18,640,850

$19,099,945

$19,672,940

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MVRTA Transit Operations and Maintenance Summary

State Fiscal Year 2016 (Actual), 2017 (Adopted Budget), and 2018 to 2022 (Projected) (Continued)

Operating

Expenses ***

Actual

Current

Yr One

Yr Two

Yr Three

Yr Four

Yr Five

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

Total (See

Below)

$16,551,705

$17,042,425

$17,581,665

$18,099,790

$18,640,850

$19,099,945

$19,672,940

Footnotes:

* Fully funded refers to contract work often to Human Service Agencies

** Operating assistance provided by the State
*** Description of Operating Expenses: Salaries and Wages; Fringe Benefits: Legal, Accounting and Professional Services; Promotion/Marketing; Insurance; Equipment Leases and Rentals; Real Property Leases and Rentals; Non-capitalized Maintenance/Repair; Fuel costs; Tire costs; Office Supplies and Equipment; Interest expense; Utilities; Management Fees;
Travel and Training; and Other miscellaneous expense items.

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Part C. 3. Status on Implementation of FFY 2017 TIP Projects

FFY 2017 Highway Project List

Regional Target Projects

Project

ID

Location

Project Description

Mass DOT District

Funding

Category

Total Programmed Funds

Project Status as of

May 24, 2017

606669

Amesbury

Amesbury – Powwow Riverwalk

Construction

4

STP and TAP

$671,207

100% package re- ceived as of

4/18/2017, Ch. 91

License Application

Submitted.

607573

Haverhill

Haverhill – Reconstruction on Route

97 (Broadway) from Silver Birch

Lane to Research Drive

4

STP & CMAQ

$6,526,912

Advertised

5/13/2017.

608261

Lawrence

Lawrence – Intersection improve- ments at Marston Street & Ferry Street / Commonwealth Drive

4

HSIP & STP

$1,350,694

25% Design. Design

Public Hearing May

31, 2017.

604585

NA

Flex to FTA for MVRTA new bus upgrade to cleaner fuel buses

4

CMAQ

$645,840

Grant submitted- be- ing processed by FTA

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Part C. 3. Status on Implementation of FFY 2017 TIP Projects

FFY 2017 Highway Project List (Cont.)

Statewide Projects

Project

ID

Location

Project Description

Mass DOT District

Funding

Category

Total Programmed Funds

Project Status as of

May 24, 2017

607561

Andover - Methuen

Andover - Methuen Interstate

Maintenance and related work I - 93

4

NHPP & STP- TE

$13,932,707

Advertised 4/15/17.

605306

Haverhill

Haverhill – Superstructure replace- ment, H-12-039, I-495 (NB & SB) over Merrimack River

4

NHPP

Yr 1 =

$12,000,000

Total Cost =

$50,772,179

25% Design. Moved to start FFY 2018, AC FFY 2018-2021 and changed to

Bridge Replacement.

608002

Lawrence

Lawrence – Safe Routes to School

(Bruce Elementary)

4

TAP

$2,016,148

PS&E received

3/17/2017. ROW sent to MassDOT in May.

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Part C. 3. Status on Implementation of FFY 2017 TIP Projects

FFY 2017 Transit Project List

Project

ID

Location

Project Description

MassD OT District

Funding

Category

Total Programmed Funds

Project Status as of May

2017

604585

NA

Flex to FTA for MVRTA new bus upgrade to cleaner fuel buses

4

CMAQ

$645,840

Grant submitted- being pro- cessed by FTA

State Match Sources (RTACAP, MAP, TDC and SCA)

State Match Sources

FTA Pro- gram

RTA

Project

Description

Federal

Funds

RTA- CAP

MAP

TDC

SCA

Local

Funds

Total Cost

Project Status as of May 24, 2017

5307

MVRTA

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

$2,443,850

$610,960

$3,054,810

File FTA Grant

6/1/2017

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Part C. 3. Status on Implementation of FFY 2017 TIP Projects

FFY 2017 Transit Project List (Continued)

State Match Sources

FTA Pro- gram

RTA

Project

Description

Federal

Funds

RTA-CAP

MAP

TDC

SCA

Local

Funds

Total Cost

Project Status as of May 24, 2017

5307

MVRTA

Capital funding used for operating ADA service and consid- ered as an operat- ing expense for FY

2018 (O)

$1,097,465

$274,365

$1,371,830

File FTA Grant

6/1/2017

5307

MVRTA

MVPC Short Range Transit Planning & Technical Support UPWP FY 2018 (20% match from MVPC) (N)

$80,000

$20,000

$100,000

File FTA Grant

6/1/2017

5307

MVRTA

Refurbish Engine/ Transmission on 8

Model Year 2011

Transit Buses (M)

$224,000

$56,000

$280,000

Contract awarded to Cummins En- gine.

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Part C. 3. Status on Implementation of FFY 2017 TIP Projects

FFY 2017 Transit Project List (Continued)

State Match Sources

FTA Pro- gram

RTA

Project Description

Federal

Funds

RTACAP

MAP

TDC

SCA

Local

Funds

Total Cost

Project Status as of May 24, 2017

5307

MVRTA

Replace Parking Fa- cilities Revenue Col- lection Equipment

$240,000

$60,000

$300,000

Should have contract by early June.

5307

MVRTA

Bus/Van Mobile Lo- cation Project (C)

$240,000

$60,000

$300,000

Should have contract by early June.

5307

MVRTA

Replace 7 Model Year 2004 buses with new (M)

$2,391,200

$597,800

$2,989,000

Delivered.

5307

MVRTA

Replace 1 Model Yr

2013 Support

Vehicle (M)

$37,080

$9,270

$46,350

Delivered.

5307

MVRTA

Operating Assistance

FY 2018 (O)

$628,525

$628,525

$1,257,050

File FTA Grant

6/1/2017

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Part C. 4. Air Quality Conformity

Meeting Air Quality Goals in Transportation Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and the Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs)

Introduction

This report documents recent progress made by MassDOT and the MPOs in meeting air quality goals established through state and (currently former) federal regulations ap- plicable to Massachusetts. It consists of two parts: 1) A “progress report” that docu- ments future carbon dioxide (CO2) emission estimates from the transportation sector as part of meeting greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals established through the Com- monwealth’s Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA), and 2) An informational analysis
of future vehicle emissions of ozone precursor pollutants – formerly a federal “air quality conformity” requirement for areas of Massachusetts.

Section 1

GWSA Transportation Status: Future Carbon Dioxide Emissions Reductions

The Global Warming Solutions Act of 2008 requires statewide reductions in greenhouse gas (CO2) emissions of 25 percent below 1990 levels by the year 2020, and 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050. As part of the GWSA, the Executive Office of Energy and En- vironmental Affairs developed the Massachusetts Clean Energy and Climate Plan (CECP), which outlines programs to attain the 25 percent reduction by 2020 – including a
7.6 percent reduction that would be attributed to the transportation sector.
The Commonwealth’s thirteen metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) are
integrally involved in helping to achieve greenhouse gas reductions mandated under the GWSA. The MPOs work closely with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and other involved agencies to develop common transportation goals, policies, and projects that would help to reduce GHG emission levels statewide, and meet the spe- cific requirements of the GWSA regulation – Global Warming Solutions Act Requirements

for the Transportation Sector and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (310

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CMR 60.05). The purpose of this regulation is to assist the Commonwealth in achieving their adopted GHG emission reduction goals by:

Requiring MassDOT to demonstrate that its GHG reduction commitments and targets are being achieved.
Requiring each MPO to evaluate and track the GHG emissions and impacts of both its Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
Requiring each MPO, in consultation with MassDOT, to develop and utilize pro- cedures to prioritize and select projects in its RTP and TIP based on factors that include GHG emissions and impacts.
Meeting the requirements of this regulation is being achieved through the transportation goals and policies contained in the 2016 Regional Transportation Plans (RTPs), the major projects planned in the RTPs, and the mix of new transportation projects that are pro- grammed and implemented through the Transportation Improvement Program (TIPs).
The GHG tracking and evaluation processes enable the MPOs and MassDOT to identify the anticipated GHG impacts of the planned and programmed projects, and also to use GHG impacts as a criterion in prioritizing transportation projects. This approach is con- sistent with the greenhouse gas reduction policies of promoting healthy transportation modes through prioritizing and programming an appropriate balance of roadway, transit, bicycle and pedestrian investments; as well as supporting smart growth development pat- terns through the creation of a balanced multi-modal transportation system. All of the MPOs and MassDOT are working toward reducing greenhouse gases with “sustainable” transportation plans, actions, and strategies that include (but are not limited to):
Reducing emissions from construction and operations
Using more fuel-efficient fleets
Implementing and expanding travel demand management programs
Encouraging eco-driving
Providing mitigation for development projects
Improving pedestrian, bicycle, and public transit infrastructure and operations
(healthy transportation)
Investing in higher density, mixed use, and transit-oriented developments (smart growth)

Regional GHG Tracking and Evaluation in RTPs

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MassDOT coordinated with MPOs and regional planning agency (RPA) staffs on the im- plementation of GHG tracking and evaluation in development of each MPO’s 2012
RTPs, which were adopted in September 2011. This collaboration has continued for the MPO’s 2016 RTPs and 2018-2022 TIPs. Working together, MassDOT and the MPOs have attained the following milestones:
Modeling and long-range statewide projections for GHG emissions resulting from the transportation sector, as a supplement to the 2016 RTPs. Using the Boston MPO’s regional travel demand model and the newly updated statewide travel de- mand model for the remainder of the state, GHG emissions have been projected for 2020 no-build (base) and build (action) conditions, and for 2040 no- build (base) and build (action) conditions. The results of this modeling are presented at the end of this section.
All of the MPOs have addressed GHG emission reduction projections in their
RTPs (including these supplemental statewide estimates), along with a discussion of climate change and a statement of MPO support for reducing GHG emissions
as a regional goal.

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MassDOT’s statewide estimates of CO2 emissions resulting from the collective list of all recommended projects in all the Massachusetts RTPs combined are presented below. Emissions have been estimated using the new (2014) MOVES model, and also incorpo- rate the latest planning assumptions including updated socio-economic projections for the Commonwealth:

Massachusetts Statewide CO2 Emissions Estimates

(all emissions in tons per summer day)

Year

CO2

Action

Emissions

CO2

Base Emissions

Difference

(Action – Base)

2012

2020

2030

2040

185,324.3

138,611.3

89,631.6

70,010.7

185,324.3

138,638.1

89,645.3

70,035.5

n/a

-26.7

-13.7

-24.8

This analysis measures only projects that are included in the travel demand models. Many other types of projects that cannot be accounted for in the model (such as bicycle and pedestrian facilities, shuttle services, intersection improvements, etc.), are covered in the regional TIPs with either “qualitative” assessments of likely CO2 change, or actual quantitative estimates listed for each project.
As shown above, collectively, all the projects in the RTPs in the 2020 Action scenario provide a statewide reduction of over 26 tons of CO2 per day compared to the base case. The 2040 Action scenario estimates a reduction of nearly 25 tons of CO2 emis- sions compared to the base case.
These results demonstrate that the transportation sector is expected to make positive progress in meeting the GHG reduction targets and complying with the requirements of the GWSA. MassDOT and the MPOs will continue to advocate for steps needed to ac-
complish the Commonwealth’s long-term goals for greenhouse gas reductions.

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Section 2

Statewide Ozone Precursor Analysis (for informational purposes only)

Legislative Background on Ozone

The 1970 Clean Air Act defined a one-hour national ambient air-quality standard (NAAQS) for ground-level ozone. The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments further classified degrees of nonat- tainment of the one-hour standard based on the severity of monitored levels of the pollutant. The entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts was classified as being in serious nonattain- ment for the one-hour ozone standard, with a required attainment date of 1999; this was later extended first to 2003, then to 2007.
In 1997, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed a new, eight-hour ozone NAAQS to replace the one-hour standard, effective June 15, 2005. The new standard was challenged in court, and after a lengthy legal battle, the courts upheld the standard, which was finalized in June 2004. The eight-hour standard was 0.08 parts per million (ppm), aver- aged over eight hours and not to be exceeded more than once per year. Nonattainment are- as were again further classified based on the severity of eight- hour values. Massachusetts as a whole was classified as being in moderate nonattainment for the eight-hour standard, but it was separated into two nonattainment areas—Eastern Massachusetts and Western Massachusetts. Both nonattainment areas were required to reduce its emissions of VOCs and NOx to achieve attainment of the eight- hour ozone NAAQS by 2009.
In March 2008, EPA published revisions to the eight-hour ozone NAAQS that established a level of 0.075 ppm (March 27, 2008; 73 FR 16483). After reviewing data from Massachusetts monitoring stations, the EPA sent a letter on December 16, 2011, proposing that only Dukes County would be designated as being in nonattainment for the new, proposed 0.075 ozone standard. Massachusetts concurred with these findings.
On May 21, 2012, the final rule (77 FR 30088) was published in the Federal Register, defin- ing the 2008 NAAQS at 0.075 ppm, the standard that was promulgated in March 2008. A second rule (77 FR 30160), published on May 21, 2012, revoked the 1997 ozone NAAQS; the rule was to become effective one year after the 2008 NAAQS became effective (July 20,
2012). Also on May 21, 2012, the air-quality designation areas for the 2008 NAAQS were
published in the Federal Register. In this Federal Register, the only

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area in Massachusetts that was designated as being in nonattainment for ozone was Dukes
County. All other counties were classified as unclassifiable/ attainment. Therefore, the 13
MPOs are not required to perform a conformity determination for ozone for their LRTP.
All the Massachusetts MPOs and MassDOT continue to meet the requirements of air quality conformity according to the Code of Federal Regulations, and as evaluated through inter- agency consultation. Specifically, on March 6, 2015, (80 FR 12264, effective April 6, 2015) EPA published the Final Rulemaking, “Implementation of the 2008 National Ambient Air Qual- ity Standards (NAAQS) for Ozone: State Implementation Plan Requirements; Final Rule.”
This rulemaking removed transportation conformity to the 1997 Ozone NAAQS (the standard referenced by the Conservation Law Foundation and the subject of a December 23, 2014 DC Circuit Court decision). Link to Final EPA Rulemaking: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-

2015-03-06/pdf/2015-04012.pdf

Since the LRTPs have been developed, reviewed, and approved after April 6, 2015, air quali- ty conformity determinations to the 1997 Ozone NAAQS are no longer required, as those standards and all associated area designations have been permanently replaced by the 2008
NAAQS, which (with actually a stricter level of allowable ozone concentration than the 1997 standards) no longer designate Massachusetts as a non- attainment area(s) for ozone except for Dukes County as discussed above.

Legislative Background on Carbon Monoxide

Although this document reports on statewide ozone precursor emissions, reporting on anoth- er criteria pollutant, carbon monoxide (CO) is still federally required for some MPOs in Mas- sachusetts. The cities of Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Medford, Quincy, Revere, and Somerville within the Boston Region MPO were classified as being in attainment for CO emissions. As part of the Boston MPO LRTP, an air-quality conformity analysis is still completed for these communities, as they have a carbon monoxide maintenance plan ap- proved as part of the SIP. This information can be found in Chapter 8 of Charting Progress to

2040, the Boston MPO’s current LRTP.

The Lowell, Waltham, Worcester and Springfield carbon monoxide areas are classified at- tainment with a limited maintenance plan in place. No regional air quality analysis is required
in limited maintenance plan areas as emissions may be treated as essentially

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not constraining for the length of the maintenance period because it is unreasonable to expect that such areas will experience so much growth in that period that a violation of the carbon monoxide NAAQS would result. Therefore, in areas with approved limited mainte- nance plans, Federal actions requiring conformity determinations under the transportation conformity rule are considered to satisfy the “budget test.” All other transportation con- formity requirements under 40 CFR 93.109(b) continue to apply in limited maintenance ar- eas, including project level conformity determinations based on carbon monoxide hot spot analyses under 40 CFR 93.116.

Ozone Analysis Criteria

The ozone analysis was prepared using the following criteria:
The horizon years for the travel demand model analysis are established as 2012 (base year), 2020, 2030, and 2040.
Projections for future population, employment, and households were developed joint- ly by MassDOT, the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, and the Donahue Institute
of the University of Massachusetts. This was a cooperative and iterative process conducted throughout 2014 and into 2015, with input and comments from each MPO in the Commonwealth.
Projections were incorporated into the statewide and Boston region travel demand models, along with updated travel characteristics, obtained through the
2010-2011 Massachusetts Travel Survey.
The transit service assumptions for the MBTA were included in this analysis and
were based on MBTA service in the spring of 2012. Travel demand model calibration was performed using the Ridership and Service Statistics, MBTA Blue Book, 2012 and the MBTA Systemwide Passenger Survey, 2008–09.
Factors used for calculating emissions changes were determined using the EPA’s latest emissions model, Motor Vehicle Emissions Simulator (MOVES) 2014. Inputs used for 2012 through 2040 were received from the DEP and include infor- mation about programs that were submitted to the EPA as the strategy for the Com-
monwealth to attain ambient air-quality standards.

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The Federal Highway Administration’s Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) is used to track daily vehicle-miles of travel (VMT). For each MPO region, adjustment factors that compare the 2012 HPMS VMT to the 2012 base year VMT estimated by the travel demand models transportation model VMT were developed. The adjustment factors were then applied to all modeled VOC and NOx emissions for the years 2020 through 2040 to ensure consistency with EPA-accepted proce- dures.

Inclusion of Regionally Significant Transportation Projects

Only “regionally significant” projects are included in the travel-demand modeling. Regionally significant projects are defined as follows:
A transportation project (other than an exempt project) that is on a facility that serves regional transportation needs (such as access to and from the area outside of the MPO region; major activity centers in the region; major planned developments, such as new retail malls and sport complexes; and transportation terminals (as well as most terminals themselves) and would be included in the modeling of a metropolitan area’s transportation network, including at a minimum all principal arterial highways and all fixed-guideway transit facilities that offer an alternative to regional highway travel.
The following table lists the regionally significant projects proposed in the LRTPs in the
Commonwealth:

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Regionally Significant Projects Included in the Travel Demand Models

Analysis

Community

Project Description

2020

Bedford and

Billerica

Middlesex Turnpike Improvements, From Crosby Drive

North to Manning Road, Phase III

2020

Newton and

Needham

Reconstruction of Highland Avenue, Needham Street and

Charles River Bridge, from Webster Street to Route 9

2020

Weymouth and Abington

Reconstruction and Widening on Route 18 (Main

Street) From Highland Place to Route 139

2020

Woburn

Reconstruction of Montvale Avenue, from I-93 Inter- change to Central Street

2020

Woburn

Bridge Replacement, New Boston Street over MBTA

2030

Boston

Reconstruction of Rutherford Avenue, from City Square to

Sullivan Square

2030

Framingham

Intersection Improvements at Route 126 and Route

135/MBTA and CSX Railroad

2030

Lexington

Route 4/225 (Bedford Street) and Hartwell Avenue

2030

Natick

Bridge Replacement, Route 27 (North Main St.) over

Route 9 (Worcester St.) and Interchange Improvements

2030

Somerville and Medford

Green Line Extension Project (Phase 2), College Avenue to Mystic Valley Parkway/Route 16

2030

Somerville

McGrath Boulevard Project

2040

Barnstable

Hyannis Access Improvements

2030

Westborough

Route 9 Improvements

2030

Oxford

Route 20 capacity improvement

2030

Millbury

Turnpike/Route 146 int. improve.

2030

Worcester

I-290 Bridge Expansion

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Regionally Significant Projects Included in the Travel Demand Models (Cont.)

2030

North Andover

Route 114 Reconstruction

2030

Athol

Route 2 Interchange @ S. Athol Rd

2040

Westford

Route 110 wid-

2040

Tewksbury, Andover

Lowell Junction Interchange

2020

Abington, Weymouth

Route 18 Widening (funded in Boston Region)

2020

Wilbraham

Boston Road Reconstruction

2020

Hadley

Route 9 Phase 1

2030

Hadley

Route 9 Phase 2

2030

Hadley

Route 9 Phase 3

2030

Middleborough

Routes 44/28/18 Rotary

2040

Taunton

Routes 24 & 140 Improvements

2040

Fall River

Route 79 Blvd

Emissions Inventory Assumptions

Although Massachusetts is currently in conformity for ozone, this informational analysis was done in relation to the State Implementation Plan mobile-source ozone emission pro- jections that were approved in March 2008 for the revoked 1997 eight-hour NAAQS for VOC and NOx. The VOC mobile-source emission budget for 2009 for the Eastern Massa- chusetts Ozone Nonattainment Area was set at 63.50 tons per summer day, and at 10.73
tons per summer day for the Western Massachusetts Ozone Nonattainment Area. The NOx mobile-source emission budget for 2009 for the Eastern Massachusetts Ozone Nonattain- ment Area was set at 174.96 tons per summer day, and at 27.73 tons per summer day for
the Western Massachusetts Ozone Nonattainment Area.

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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Office of Transportation Planning (MassDOT Planning) estimated the results for the Eastern and Western Massachusetts Ozone Nonattainment Areas using the Statewide and Boston Region MPO regional travel demand model sets, based on the latest planning assumptions (as outlined in this docu- ment).

Ozone Analysis Results

MassDOT OTP conducted an air-quality analysis for the Commonwealth’s 13 MPO’s LRTP. The test used in this analysis was to show that the LRTPs are consistent with the emission budgets set for the revoked 1997 eight-hour ozone NAAQS as described above. The results are shown in the tables below. They include emissions from regionally significant projects
as derived from the travel demand models and off-model emissions from commuter rail, commuter boat, and buses:

VOC Emissions Estimates

Eastern Massachusetts Ozone Nonattainment Area

(all emissions in tons per summer day: tpsd)

Year

VOC Action Emissions

VOC Budget

Difference

(Action – Budget)

2012

2020

2030

2040

30.56

11.25

7.06

5.79

n/a

63.50

63.50

63.50

n/a

-52.25

-56.44

-57.71

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NOx Emissions Estimates

Eastern Massachusetts Ozone Nonattainment Area (tpsd)

Year

NOx Action

Emissions

NOx

Budget

Difference

(Action – Budget)

2012

2020

2030

2040

116.97

36.37

17.81

13.36

n/a

174.96

174.96

174.96

n/a

-138.59

-157.15

-161.60

VOC Emissions Estimates

Western Massachusetts Ozone Nonattainment Area (tpsd)

Year

VOC Action

Emissions

VOC Budget

Difference

(Action – Budget)

2012

2020

2030

2040

3.61

1.58

0.89

0.76

n/a

10.73

10.73

10.73

n/a

-9.15

-9.84

-9.97

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NOx Emissions Estimates

Western Massachusetts Ozone Nonattainment Area (tpsd)

Year

NOx Action

Emissions

NOx

Budget

Difference

(Action – Budget)

2012

2020

2030

2040

13.10

4.36

1.86

1.42

n/a

27.73

27.73

27.73

n/a

-23.37

-25.87

-26.31

Based on the preceding estimates, MassDOT Planning has found that the combined emis- sion levels from transportation projects contained in the 2016 Regional Transportation Plans and 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Programs – for both former ozone non- attainment areas in Massachusetts – would demonstrate conformity with the SIP, the
Clean Air Act, and the EPA conformity regulations (40 CFR part 51).
Through the interagency air quality consultation process (involving U.S. Department of Transportation, EPA, DEP, MassDOT, and the MPOs) the latest EPA rulemakings, and the referenced legislative background and legal issues, currently applicable ozone standards, area designations, and requirements were all reviewed.
The ozone analysis outlined in this section demonstrates that the implementation of the
2016 RTPs and TIPs meets the “budget test,” and would therefore satisfy the air quality ozone conformity criteria, and is consistent with the air quality goals in the Massachusetts
SIP.

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Part C. 5. Special Efforts - ADA

Projects Required for Implementation of ADA

Another requirement of 23 CFR 450.324 is that projects required for the implementation of
the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should be so marked. There are no projects in this TIP listing that are required for the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and therefore no projects are marked as such. There are projects to replace existing accessible transit vehicles with new accessible transit vehicles, but these are replacements not implementations.

Part C. 6. Title VI Notice to Beneficiaries

The Merrimack Valley Planning Commission (MVPC) operates its programs, services and activities in compliance with federal nondiscrimination laws including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI), the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, and related statutes and regulations. Title VI prohibits discrimination in federally assisted programs and requires that no person in the United States of America shall, on the grounds of race, color or

national origin (including limited English proficiency) be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal assistance. Related federal nondiscrimination laws administrated by the Federal Highway Administration, the Federal Transit Administration, or both, prohibit discrimination on the basis of age, sex and disability. These protected categories are contemplated within MVPC’s Title VI Program consistent with federal interpretation and administration. Additionally, MVPC provides meaningful access to its programs, services, and activities to individuals with limited English proficiency, in compliance with U.S. Department of Transportation policy and guidance on federal Executive Order 13166.

MVPC also complies with the Massachusetts Public Accommodation Law, M.G.L. Chapter
272, Sections 92a, 98, and 98a prohibiting making any distinction, discrimination, or restriction in admission to or treatment in a place of public accommodation based upon race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or ancestry. Likewise, MVPC complies with the Governor’s Executive Order 526, Section 4 requiring that all of its programs, activities, and services provided, performed, licensed, chartered, funded, regulated, or contracted for shall be conducted without unlawful discrimination based upon race, color, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, creed, ancestry, national origin, disability, veteran’s status (including Vietnam-
era veterans), or background.

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Additional Information

To request additional information regarding Title VI and related federal and state nondiscrimination obligations, please contact:
Title VI Program Coordinator
Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization c/o Merrimack Valley Planning Commission
160 Main Street
Haverhill, MA 01830-5061 (978) 374-0519, extension 15
akomornick@mvpc.org

Complaint Filing

To file a complaint alleging a violation of Title VI or related federal nondiscrimination law, contact the Title VI Program Coordinator (above) within one hundred and eighty (180) days of the alleged discriminatory conduct.
To file a complaint alleging a violation of the Commonwealth’s Public Accommodation Law, contact the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination within three hundred (300) days of the alleged discriminatory conduct at:
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) One Ashburton Place, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02109 (617) 994-6000
TTY: (617) 994-6196

Translation

English

If this information is needed in another language, please contact the MVMPO Title
VI/Nondiscrimination Coordinator at 978-374-0519 ext. 15.

Spanish

Si necesita esta información en otro idioma, por favor contacte al coordinador de MVMPO del
Título VI/Contra la Discriminación al 978-374-0519 ext. 15.

Portuguese

Caso estas informações sejam necessárias em outro idioma, por favor, contate o

Final FFYs 2018-2022 MVMPO TIP May 2017 126

Coordenador de Título VI e de Não Discriminação da MVMPO pelo telefone 978-374-0519, Ramal 15.

Chinese Simple 如果需要使用其它语言了解信息请联系Merrimack Val- ley大都会规划组织MVMPO)《民权法案》第六章协调员电话978-374-0519转15

Chinese Traditional 如果需要使用其他語言瞭解資訊,請聯繫Merrimack Val- ley大都會規劃組織(MVMPO)《民權法案》第六章協調員,電話978-374-0519,轉15。

Vietnamese

Nếu quý vị cần thông tin này bằng tiếng khác, vui lòng liên hệ Điều phối viên Luật VI/Chống phân biệt đối xử của MVMPO theo số điện thoại 978-374-0519, số máy nhánh 15.

French Creole

Si yon moun vle genyen enfòmasyon sa yo nan yon lòt lang, tanpri kontakte Kowòdinatè kont
Diskriminasyon/MVMPO Title VI la nan nimewo 978-374-0519, ekstansyon 15.

Russian

Если Вам необходима данная информация на любом другом языке, пожалуйста, свяжитесь с Координатором Титула VI/Защита от дескриминации в MVMPO по тел: 978-
374-0519, добавочный 15.

French

Si vous avez besoin d'obtenir une copie de la présente dans une autre langue, veuillez con- tacter le coordinateur du Titre VI/anti-discrimination de MVMPO en composant le 978-374-
0519, poste 15.

Italian

Se ha bisogno di ricevere queste informazioni in un’altra lingua si prega di contattare il coor- dinatore del MVMPO del Titolo VI e dell'ufficio contro la discriminazione al 978-374-0519 in- terno 15.

Mon-Khmer, Cambodian

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Arabic

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Part C. 7. Environmental Justice

Environmental Justice from a transportation perspective is the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of transportation laws, regulations, and policies.

"Each Federal agency shall make achieving environmental justice part of its mission by identifying and addressing, as appropriate, disproportionately high and adverse human health or environmental effects of its programs, policies, and activities on minority populations and low-income populations."

MVMPO Merrimack Valley Transportation Committee Nondiscrimination Working

Group

The MVMPO MVTC’s purpose is to advise the MVMPO and participate in the MVMPO region’s federally certified transportation planning process. Its membership provides for the involvement of local government officials, transportation professionals, transportation providers, and individuals experienced in economic development, freight, commuter rail, smart growth, environmental issues, regional planning, and other interest groups, ensuring broad representation and a geographical balance of its participants.

MVTC Nondiscrimination Working Group

The MVMPO is responsible for promoting, securing and evaluating public involvement in its transportation planning process. In particular, it is responsible for identifying and seeking meaningful participation of the region’s minority and low-income (Environmental Justice) populations – and in working to reduce participation barriers for such populations.
The MVMPO’s established EJ process includes identification of Census-based statistical areas within its region where:

a) the percentage of minority populations exceeds the average percentage of minority population for the region as a whole;

b) household incomes are 80% or less of area median income (AMI), and

c) there are concentrations of households with limited English proficiency (LEP).

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The MVMPO MVTC Nondiscrimination Working Group’s purpose is to provide the MVMPO members, its MVTC and the public with the perspectives of individuals and organizations representing low-income, minority populations. It is also an opportunity for MVMPO staff and EJ stakeholders to exchange information, evaluate policies, plans and projects, and generate ideas for future projects.

Membership is comprised of at least five (5), and no more than ten (10), members with individual and/or collective knowledge and expertise in working with EJ populations on

a) Disabilities b) Education

c) English proficiency d) Elder Affairs

e) Faith-based community service f) Minority advocacy

g) Neighborhood organization

h) Non-profit community development i) Public Health

j) Veterans Affairs

k) Workforce training and development

Working Group members would serve two-year terms.

The MVMPO staff administers the Nondiscrimination Working Group’s membership, activities and reporting tasks according to the same process as the full MVTC. The MVMPO must approve any Nondiscrimination Working Group activities. The MVMPO staff will be responsible for preparing all Nondiscrimination Working Group notices, agendas, minutes

and other materials. Any written and verbal communication from the Nondiscrimination
Working Group is addressed to the MVMPO Chair.

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Part C. 8. Equity Analysis

The following tables illustrate a geographic and social equity analysis of highway funding in the Merrimack Valley MPO region. Haverhill, Lawrence and Methuen are designated as Title VI and Environmental Justice (EJ) communities. The Title VI communities have Census Tracts with higher than average percentage of minorities than the regional average percent- age and the same three communities are EJ communities with lower than average median income in some Census Tracts.
The table below summarizes the percent of population in Title VI / EJ communities relative to the percent of Federal highway funding programmed.
The following table shows the percent of population in Title VI / EJ communities relative to the percent of Federal highway funding programmed.

Region

Population (ACS

11 to 15)

Percent of Total

Population

TIP Project In- vestment

Percent of

Projects by Total

Investment

Within Title VI /

EJ community

189,490

55%

$85,236,060

55%

Outside Title VI /

EJ community

154,420

45%

$70,865,541

45%

Total

343,910

100%

$156,101,601

100%

This table illustrates consistency between the percent of population in Tilte VI / EJ areas and the percent of funding in those areas.
All of the Federal transit funding (100%) is considered to benefit Title VI and EJ communities because all of the MVRTA fixed routes originate in the Title VI / EJ communities of Haverhill or Lawrence, or provide connections to these routes. The paratransit service also provides access to and from the Title VI and EJ communities.
All of the MVMPO region communities have had, or are programmed to have, Federally funded projects from 2013 to 2022. ( Looking at the tables that follow it appears that Rowley, which is not a Title VI / EJ community, does not have a federally funded project in the ten year period, however it is included in Statewide projects listed in the Boston MPO Region
TIPs in those ten years.)

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The tables on the following pages show the projects included in the analysis for FFYs 2018 to
2022 and a summary chart showing the number of projects and the funding by community, and whether the community is a Title VI (high percentage of minorities) and/or an EJ (high percentage of low income households) community. This is followed by a table and analysis chart for projects programmed in FFYs 2013 to 2017.
The results show that for FFYs 2018 to 2022, 19% of the total number projects are in Title VI and EJ communities. Considering the data for percent of funding, 55% of the funding is in Ti- tle VI communities and EJ communities.
The results show that for FFYs 2013 to 2017, 50% of the total number projects are in Title VI communities and EJ communities. Considering the data for percent of funding, 58% of the funding is in Title VI communities EJ communities.
All of the Transit funding (100%) is considered to benefit Title VI and EJ communities be- cause all of the MVRTA fixed routes originate in Haverhill or Lawrence, or provide connec- tions to these routes. The paratransit service also provides access to and from the Title VI and EJ communities. The only mappable transit project in the FFYs 2018 to 2022 TIP is the Non-Federal Aid Newburyport Intermodal Transit Facility Project it is labelled on the relevant maps as RTA - 113303. The mappable transit projects in FFYs 2013 to 2017 list are labelled on the 2013 to 2017 relevant maps as follows: RTA - 113402 SGR Buckley Center, RTA –
113403 SGR Gateway, RTA - 114402 SGR Maintenance Facility and RTD-4285 McGovern
Center.

Equity Analysis Maps

MVMPO: FFYs 2018 to 2022 TIP Projects by Community MVMPO: FFYs 2013 to 2017 Projects by Community MVMPO: FFYs 2018 to 2022 Statewide and Regional Target Highway Projects overlaid on

Low Income and Minority Tracts

MVMPO: FFYs 2018 to 2022 Transit Projects and MVRTA Bus Routes overlaid on Low In- come and Minority Tracts

MVMPO: FFYs 2013 to 2017 Statewide and Regional Target Highway Projects overlaid on

Low Income and Minority Tracts

MVMPO: FFYs 2013 to 2017 Transit Projects and MVRTA Bus Routes overlaid on Low In- come and Minority Tracts

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FFYs 2018 to 2022 MVMPO Equity Analysis

Projects by Community for Equity Analysis

Community

Project

Number

Project Description

Total Funding Programmed for Project

FFY

Title VI Com- mun- ity

EJ Com- mun- ity

Amesbury

602418

Elm St.

$12,064,000

19-20

No

No

Amesbury/ Salisbury

607737

Amesbury / Salisbury Trail

Connector @ I-95

$2,574,805

2017

No

No

Georgetown / Boxford

607541

Georgetown / Boxford B to

B

$1,874,028

2020

No

No

Georgetown / Newbury

607542

Georgetown / Newbury B

to B

$4,341,120

2021

No

No

Groveland

605753

Rt 97 School St (from

Parker to Gardner)

$4,049,510

2021

No

No

Groveland

608298

Groveland Community

Trail

$1,835,573

2019

No

No

Haverhill

608027

Bradford Rail Trail

Extension

$1,176,240

2020

Yes

Yes

Haverhill

605306

Haverhill Bridge Replace- ment I-495 over Merrimack

$79,000,000

18-22

Yes

Yes

Lawrence / North And- over

608809

Lawrence / North Andover

Resurf Rt. 114

$8,722,560

2018

Yes/ No

Yes/ No

MVRTA

MV0001

Flex to FTA for Cleaner

Fuel Buses

$698,541

2019

Yes

Yes

Newbury/ Newburyport/ Salisbury

608494

Newbury/ Newburyport/ Salisbury Resurf Rt.1

$11,854,752

2021

No

No

Newburyport

608792

Newburyport SRTS

$1,593,600

2019

No

No

N. Andover

606159

Rt 125 / Mass Ave

$3,640,038

2018

No

No

N. Andover

608095

Rt 114 from Andover St to

Stop & Shop

$16,758,334

21-22

No

No

Salisbury

605020

Salisbury Multi-use Trail

$5,918,500

2018

No

No

Total All Projects 2018 to 2022

$156,101,601

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FFYs 2018 to 2022 MVMPO Equity Analysis Highway Funding

-

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FFYs 2013 to 2017 MVMPO Highway Funding

Projects by Community for Equity Analysis

Community

Project

Number

Project Description

TIP Funding

FFY

Title VI Com- mun- ity

EJ Com- mun- ity

Amesbury

603682

Amesbury - Bridge Re- placement, A-07-026, Route I-495 (NB & SB)

$9,310,817

2015

No

No

Amesbury

602033

Route 150

$4,643,054

2014

No

No

Amesbury

606669

Powwow Riverwalk

$671,207

2017

No

No

Andover / Lawrence

606574

Andover - Lawrence - IM I-

495

$14,396,000

2016

No/ Yes

No/ Yes

Andover / Methuen

607561

Andover - Methuen - IM I-

93

$13,932,707

2017

No/ Yes

No/ Yes

Georgetown/ Newbury/ West New- bury/ New- buryport

606549

Georgetown/ Newbury/ West Newbury/ New- buryport/ IM on I-95

$21,240,000

2015

No

No

Groveland

605114

Rt 97 (School St & Salem

St)

$4,301,259

2015

No

No

Groveland

605114

Rt 97 (School St & Salem

St)

$2,040,502

2016

No

No

Haverhill

607573

Route 97 (Broadway)

$6,526,912

2017

Yes

Yes

Haverhill

606161

Improvements on Main St

(Rt. 125)

$3,635,519

2016

Yes

Yes

Haverhill

605720

Haverhill Bradford Rail Trail

$2,410,718

2014

Yes

Yes

Lawrence/ North Andover

607985

Lawrence / North Andover

IM on I-495

$7,788,000

2015

Yes/ No

Yes/ No

Lawrence

608075

Lawrence St. / Park St. Intersection

$1,265,561

2015

Yes

Yes

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FFYs 2013 to 2017 MVMPO Highway Funding

Projects by Community for Equity Analysis

Community

Project

Number

Project Description

TIP Funding

FFY

Title VI Com- mun- ity

EJ Com- mun- ity

Lawrence

608261

Marston St & Ferry St/ Commonwealth Ave

$1,350,694

2017

Yes

Yes

Lawrence

608002

Safe Routes to School

Bruce Elementary

$2,016,148

2017

Yes

Yes

Lawrence

608407

Signals/ADA along

Common & Lowell Sts

$2,880,512

2016

Yes

Yes

Lawrence

607471

Union Crossing Pedestrian

Improvements

$100,000

2013

Yes

Yes

Merrimac

602469

Merrimac Square

$6,075,055

2013

No

No

Methuen

605181

I-93/ Rt 110/ Rt 113 Rotary

$47,379,692

13-14

Yes

Yes

Methuen

607476

Methuen Rt 213

Resurfacing and Bridge

Repairs

$11,987,868

2016

Yes

Yes

Newburyport

606503

Clipper City Rail Trail

$4,061,158

2015

No

No

North

Andover

607776

North Andover - SRTS - N.A. Middle

$1,086,000

2015

No

No

MVRTA

604585

Flex to FTA for MVRTA Cleaner Fuel Buses

$645,840

2017

Yes

Yes

Total Funding 2013 to

2017:

$169,745,223

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FFYs 2013 to 2017 MVMPO Equity Analysis Highway Funding

-

Final FFYs 2018-2022 MVMPO TIP May 2017 137

FFYs 2018 – 2022 MVMPO Transit Projects Funding

FFY Year

Project

Number

Line

Number

Project Description

Total Project

Cost

2018

RTD0005637

ADA Operating Expense

$1,413,370

2018

RTD0005638

Preventive Maintenance

$3,152,905

2018

RTD0005639

Refurbish Engine/ trans 8 model year 2012 buses

$264,000

2018

RTD0005642

300900

Operating Assistance

$643,010

2018

RTD0005643

442400

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$100,000

2018

RTD0005656

111202

Replace 6 Model Yr 2004 buses delivery 2018

$2,689,500

2018

RTD0005662

114211

Replace 1 Model Yr 2013

Support Vehicle

$47,750

2019

RTD0005640

Preventive Maintenance

$3,250,095

2019

RTD0005641

ADA Operating Expense

$1,456,420

2019

RTD0005644

442400

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$100,000

2019

RTD0005645

300900

Operating Assistance

$780,250

2019

RTD0005657

111302

Purchase 3 new 35’ buses delivery 2019

$1,344,750

2019

RTD0005663

114211

Replace 1 Model Yr 2013

Support Vehicle

$49,000

2020

RTD0005646

117A00

Preventive Maintenance

$3,347,595

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FFYs 2018 – 2022 MVMPO Transit Projects Funding (Cont.)

FFY Year

Project

Number

Line

Number

Project Description

Total Project

Cost

2020

RTD0005647

117C00

Non-Fixed Route ADA Pa- ra Serv

$1,500,110

2020

RTD0005648

442400

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$100,000

2020

RTD0005649

300900

Operating Assistance

$924,950

2020

RTD0005658

111202

Replace 3 Model Yr 2007 buses delivery 2020

$1,371,645

2021

RTD0005653

117A00

Preventive Maintenance

$3,448,020

2021

RTD0005654

117C00

Non-Fixed Route ADA Pa- ra Serv

$1,545,115

2021

RTD0005655

442400

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$100,000

2021

RTD0005659

111203

Replace 9 Model Yr 2009 buses delivery 2021

$4,197,240

2021

RTD0005660

300901

Operating Assistance

$1,017,450

2021

RTD0005661

111215

Replace 16 Model Yr 2015 vans with new

$1,094,560

2022

RTD0006084

117A00

Preventive Maintenance

$3,551,455

2022

RTD0006085

117C00

Non-Fixed Route ADA Pa- ra Serv

$1,591,460

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FFYs 2018 – 2022 MVMPO Transit Projects Funding (Cont.)

FFY Year

Project

Number

Line

Number

Project Description

Total Project

Cost

2022

RTD0006086

442400

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$100,000

2022

RTD0006087

300901

Operating Assistance

$1,047,970

2022

RTD0006088

111202

Replace 6 Model Yr 2011 buses delivery 2023 6 of 8

$2,911,200

Federal Aid Sect 5307 Subtotal

$43,139,820

NFA

2018

RTD0005665

113303

Newburyport Intermodal

Transit Facility Year 1

$2,500,000

2019

RTD0006082

113303

Newburyport Intermodal

Transit Facility Year 2

$2,500,000

2019

RTD0006381

111202

Replacement Buses – cleaner fuel (CMAQ Match on HWY TIP)

$139,708

NFA Subtotal

$5,139,708

FFYs 2018 to 2022 Transit ProjectsTotal

$48,279,528

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FFYs 2013 – 2017 MVMPO Transit Projects Funding

FFY Year

Project

Number

Line

Number

Project Description

Total Project

Cost

2013

ADA Operating Expense

$1,212,120

2013

Preventive Maintenance

$2,655,545

2013

Office/ Maintenance

Facility Renovations

$500,000

2013

Replace 4 Support Veh.

$200,920

2013

Purchase 3 new 45’ Com- muter Coaches

$1,668,500

2013

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$50,000

2013

MVPC Technical Support to MVRTA

$50,000

2014

RTD0000837

117A00

Preventive Maintenance

$2,936,000

2014

RTD0001469

117C00

ADA Operating Expense

$1,335,175

2014

RTD0001710

442400

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$50,000

2014

RTD0001711

435002

MVPC Technical Support to MVRTA

$50,000

2014

RTD0005645

300900

Operating Assistance

$2,006,470

2015

RTD0002279

117C00

ADA Operating Expense

$1,337,045

Final FFYs 2018-2022 MVMPO TIP May 2017 141

FFYs 2013 – 2017 MVMPO Transit Projects Funding (Cont.)

FFY Year

Project

Number

Line

Number

Project Description

Total Project

Cost

2015

RTD0002280

117A00

Preventive Maintenance

$3,034,720

2015

RTD0002690

300900

Operating Assistance

$2,128,920

2015

RTD0003650

442400

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$50,000

2015

RTD0003651

435002

MVPC Technical Support to MVRTA

$50,000

2015

RTD0004281

111202

Purchase 7 Replacement

Buses

$2,391,200

2015

RTD0004283

114211

Acquire Support Vehicles

$72,000

2015

RTD0004286

113402

SGR Buckley Center

$12,000

2015

RTD0004284

114402

SGR Maintenance Facility

$58,800

2015

RTD0004285

RTD-

4285

SGR McGovern Center

$32,000

2015

RTD0004287

111215

Purchase 5 Replacement

Vans

$256,000

2016

ADA Operating Expense

$1,311,195

2016

Preventive Maintenance

$3,131,330

2016

Operating Assistance

$684,350

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FFYs 2013 – 2017 MVMPO Transit Projects Funding (Cont.)

FFY Year

Project

Number

Line

Number

Project Description

Total Project

Cost

2016

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$50,000

2016

MVPC Technical Support to MVRTA

$50,000

2016

Replace 5 Model Yr 2011

Paratransit Vehicles

$320,000

2016

Acquire Support Vehicles

$90,000

2017

RTD0004541

ADA Operating Expense

$1,371,830

2017

RTD0004542

Preventive Maintenance

$3,054,810

2017

RTD0004552

300900

Operating Assistance

$1,257,050

2017

RTD0004550

442400

Short Range Transit Plan- ning

$100,000

2017

RTD0004932

111202

Replace 7 Model Yr 2004

Buses with new

$2,989,000

2017

RTD0004919

113403

Replace Parking Facilities Revenue Collection Equipment

$300,000

2017

RTD0004989

114209

Bus/ Van Mobile Location

Project

$300,000

Final FFYs 2018-2022 MVMPO TIP May 2017 143

FFYs 2013 – 2017 MVMPO Transit Projects Funding (Cont.)

FFY Year

Project

Number

Line

Number

Project Description

Total Project

Cost

2017

RTD0004540

Refurbish Engines on 8

Model Year 2011 Buses

$280,000

2017

RTD0004990

114211

Replace 1 Model Yr 2013

Support Vehicle

$46,350

FFYs 2013 to 2017 Transit Projects Total

$37,473,330

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List of Appendices in Separate File

The following Appendices can be found in a separate file titled “Appendices to Final MVMPO
2018 to 2022 TIP May 2017”
Appendix A Other Regional Priority Bridge Projects Appendix B Other Regional Priority Roadway Projects Appendix C Transportation Evaluation Criteria Summary Appendix D Sample Project Evaluation Worksheet
Appendix E Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Monitoring and Evaluation Appendix F Completed Highway and Transit Projects GHG Summary Appendix G List of Acronyms
Appendix H Key to Maps Showing Locations of Transportation Projects
Appendix I Comments Received on Draft MVMPO 2018 to 2022 TIP

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