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Funding and Project Selection Region 5 Local Program Project Initiation Workshop PowerPoint Presentation
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Funding and Project Selection Region 5 Local Program Project Initiation Workshop

Funding and Project Selection Region 5 Local Program Project Initiation Workshop

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Funding and Project Selection Region 5 Local Program Project Initiation Workshop

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  1. Funding and Project Selection Region 5 Local Program Project Initiation Workshop

  2. Methods of Project Identification • MPO Selection Process • Area Commissions on Transportation (ACTs) • Management Systems – Data Driven • Competitive Programs (statewide or national)

  3. Federal Funding: Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) MAP-21 Programs SAFETEA-LUPrograms National Highway Performance Program Interstate Maintenance National Highway System Surface Transportation Program (STP) Highway Bridge Surface Transportation Program Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Transportation Enhancements Safe Routes to School Recreational Trails Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Highway Safety Improvement Program CMAQ High Risk Rural Roads CMAQ Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) Forest Highways

  4. ODOT ‘15-18’ Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) MAP-21 Programs ODOT ‘15-’18 STIP Programs National Highway Performance Program Fix It (State System) Enhance (State & Local System) Transportation Alternatives Program Transit Local Bridge Surface Transportation Program STP for Local Governments Highway Safety Improvement Program Safety (State & Local System) CMAQ CMAQ

  5. Eligibility for Federal Funding • Roadways eligible for Federal-aid funding: • Publicly owned and open to public • Functionally classified higher than rural minor collectors or local roadways • Meet the requirements of the specific Federal funding program

  6. Match Requirements • Most federal funds require non-federal funds as match, these funds can come from several sources: • Cash • Check • Local Government Investment Pool (LGIP) • Irrevocable letter of credit • Donations (must obtain prior approval in order to qualify) • Cash • Materials • Services • Real Property (Six Point Criteria) • At the end of a project phase, any unused match funds are returned

  7. How Reimbursement Works Actions Time

  8. State Funding & Special Programs • Fund Exchange • Trading in federal dollars for state dollars • Special City Allotment • Competitive annual grant program funded with $1M state highway funds: $50,000 /project • For use upon city streets that are within cities with populations of 5,000 or less • Free Bridge Design • For the ten counties with the lowest dedicated road funding

  9. Joanna Robert Local Program Coordinator | Statewide Programs Unit | Active Transportation 503-986-3531 | Joanna.D.Robert@odot.state.or.us Questions