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					   Charleston Area Transportation Study (CHATS)
         Metropolitan Planning Organization


                FY 2010 - 2015

Transportation Improvement Program




                   June 8, 2009
                 Amendment Adopted:                  _September 24, 2009_
                 Amendment Adopted:                  _February 5, 2010___
                 Amendment Adopted:                  ___May 17, 2010____
                 Amendment Adopted:                  ___June 28, 2010____
                 Amendment Adopted:                  _October 29, 2010___
                 Amendment Adopted:                  ___April 29, 2011____
                 Amendment Adopted:                  ___August 22, 2011___
                 Amendment Adopted:                  ___December 12, 2011_
                 Amendment Adopted:                  ___January 30, 2012___




The preparation of this report has been financed in part through grant[s] from the Federal Highway Administration
and Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, under the Metropolitan Planning Program,
Section 104(f)] of Title 23, U.S. Code. The contents of this report do not necessarily reflect the official views or
policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

This report was prepared by the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments, in cooperation with the
Charleston Area Regional Transit Authority, the South Carolina Department of Transportation, and the U.S.
Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration.

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                                                                  Table of Contents

Resolution Adopting the Transportation Improvement Program.................................................................... 4

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
      Background ........................................................................................................................................... 5
      Federal and State Mandates .................................................................................................................. 5
      MPO Structure ...................................................................................................................................... 6
      Key Documents Common to MPOs ...................................................................................................... 6

Transportation Improvement Program Development ..................................................................................... 7
      Project Screening Process ..................................................................................................................... 8
      Financial Constraint .............................................................................................................................. 12
      TIP Cycle .............................................................................................................................................. 12

TIP Amendment Process and Procedures ....................................................................................................... 13
     Types of TIP Amendments ................................................................................................................... 13
     Minor Amendments .............................................................................................................................. 13
     Major Amendments .............................................................................................................................. 14

Title VI Compliance ....................................................................................................................................... 15

Public Involvement Process ............................................................................................................................ 15

Conclusion ...................................................................................................................................................... 16

Guideshare Projects ........................................................................................................................................ 17

Exempt from Guideshare Projects .................................................................................................................. 45

State Infrastructure Bank Projects................................................................................................................... 68

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Projects ......................................................................... 71

Locally Funded Projects ................................................................................................................................. 79

Transit Projects ............................................................................................................................................... 100

SAFETEA-LU Earmarked Projects ................................................................................................................ 107

Enhancement Projects ..................................................................................................................................... 122

Appendix A- Listing of CHATS Policy Committee Members ....................................................................... 157
Appendix B- Glossary and List of Abbreviations ........................................................................................... 160
Appendix C- Summary of Approved Amendments ........................................................................................ 165

Financial Balance Sheet .................................................................................................................................. 174




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   Charleston Area Transportation Study Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization
                                         (CHATS)

                                           RESOLUTION

                  Adopting the FY10-15 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

WHEREAS, a comprehensive, cooperative, and continuing transportation planning process is to be
carried out in the CHATS Planning Area; and

WHEREAS, the TIP describes the projects to be undertaken; and

WHEREAS, the various state, local and regional agencies involved with transportation planning
activities for CHATS have cooperatively developed a TIP in compliance with SAFETEA-LU
requirements; and

WHEREAS, the draft TIP was recommended to the CHATS Policy Committee; and

WHEREAS, it is the function of the CHATS Policy Committee to adopt and approve the TIP for the
CHATS Metropolitan Planning Organization.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the CHATS Metropolitan
Transportation Planning Organization does hereby adopt and approve the TIP.


______________________________
Larry Hargett
Chair, CHATS Policy Committee


__June 8, 2009__________________
Date




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Introduction
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short-range (5 year) capital improvement program
(budget) of transportation projects consistent with federal regulations and area policies and strategies.

A TIP is a prioritized, multi-year program for the implementation of federally funded transportation
improvement projects in a region. As such, it serves as a planning tool to ensure the most effective use of
limited funding for transportation improvements. It is also necessary for two other reasons. First, the TIP
is a requirement of the federal transportation planning process as most recently legislated by the Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, and Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU).
The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-
LU) was signed into law in 2005. Secondly, a transportation improvement is not eligible for federal
funding unless it is listed on the TIP.

The TIP must include a certification by the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) that it was
developed through a continuous, cooperative and comprehensive (3C) metropolitan transportation
planning process, in conformance with various applicable Federal laws and regulations. Certification
ensures the region's continued eligibility to receive Federal funds for highway and transit projects. In the
CHATS region, the MPO consists of the 47 members listed in Appendix A of this document. CHATS is
responsible, under contract with the South Carolina Department of Transportation, for conducting the
regional transportation planning process utilizing federal planning funds.

Background
In 1977, Governor James Edwards appointed the BCD Council of Governments to perform the planning
and programming functions of CHATS, in cooperation with the State Department of Transportation
(SCDOT), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).

CHATS currently serves 800 square miles comprised of the tri-county region's most urbanized areas.
Generally, the study area contains of all the land expected to be urbanized within the next 20 years. It now
consists of portions of all three counties in the BCD Region. CHATS is governed by a 47-member board
representing governmental and transportation-related organizations from throughout its coverage area.

As the MPO, the CHATS committee structure provides the forum for cooperative decision making in
developing regional transportation plans and programs to meet changing needs. It is composed of elected
and appointed officials representing local, state, and federal governments or agencies having interest or
responsibility in comprehensive transportation planning.

Federal Mandates
Federal regulations require that a TIP be a product of the metropolitan planning process. CHATS
implements SAFETEA-LU through plans and programs that consider all modes of transportation, and
which are “continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive to the degree appropriate” [SEC. 1203(a)(4)]. In
addition to the “3C” process listed above, SAFETEA-LU emphasizes the broadening of public
participation to include stakeholders who have not traditionally been involved. Transportation planning
under SAFETEA-LU must be performed in conjunction with state and local officials, transit operators
and the public.

Further, Metropolitan Planning Organizations are responsible for meeting the requirements of the Joint
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)/ Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Planning Rule (23 CFR
part 450). The legislation requires that the metropolitan planning process must “include a proactive
public involvement process that provides complete information, timely public notice, full public access to
key decisions, and early and continuing involvement of the public in developing plans” and
Transportation Improvement Programs (TIP) [23 CFR part 450.316(b)(1)].

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MPO Structure
MPOs are designated under Section 134 of Title 23, U.S. Code, for maintaining and conducting a
“continuous, cooperative, and comprehensive” (3-C) regional transportation process that results in plans
and programs consistent with the comprehensively planned development of the jurisdictions that comprise
the CHATS area. Census defined urbanized areas of 50,000 or greater in population are designated as
MPOs. The Governor, with the concurrence of area local governments, is charged with designating the
MPO’s lead planning agency. Because many metropolitan areas encompass several jurisdictions, each
with their own comprehensive plans and transportation programs, designating one community to serve as
the MPO for an area can be problematic. To ensure that each jurisdiction within the metropolitan area
receives equal consideration in transportation decision making, many states have designated a regional
planning commission or district to serve as the MPO’s administrative staff.

To facilitate and encourage maximum interaction among these groups and the local community, CHATS
has an adopted committee structure. The Policy Committee, as the official decision making body,
establishes the policies for the overall conduct of CHATS, is responsible for the adoption of plans and
programs and approves study recommendations. They also provide oversight of transportation planning
activities. In addition, subcommittees study issues and offer recommendations to the Policy Committee
for all major studies and planning activities.

The Technical Committee, which is established by the Policy Committee, is composed of the
professional/technical representatives of the member governments and public agencies having direct or
indirect responsibility for transportation planning and/or implementation. Their primary responsibility is
to monitor all technical activities including the development of a draft UPWP and biennial development
of a draft TIP for recommendation to the Policy Committee. They also direct and consider
recommendations to the Policy Committee for further discussion and revision before submittal to the
Policy Committee for final endorsement of all major studies and planning activities.

Key Documents Common to MPOs
The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP): The UPWP lists the transportation studies and tasks to be
performed by the MPO staff or member agencies over a one-year period. The UPWP includes all
federally funded studies plus other state and local planning activities. Updates are required annually.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP): The TIP is the region’s way of prioritizing its limited
transportation resources among the various needs of the area. It is a five-year program covering the most
immediate needs for transportation projects and strategies from the long-range transportation plan. In
order to be included in the TIP, projects must have available funding and be included in the Long-Range
Transportation Plan.

The Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP): The transportation plan is used as the guide for the way
the region plans to invest in the transportation system over a twenty-five year period. The Safe,
Accountable, Flexible, and Efficient Transportation Equity Act-A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU)
mandates that the LRTP includes environmental, social, and intermodal considerations. It is a financially
constrained 25-year vision of future transportation improvements.

The CHATS 2030 LRTP was adopted in April 2005, and must be updated every 5 years to reflect
changing conditions and new planning principals. The 2005 update established goals and objectives,
which form the basis for the initial evaluation of projects submitted for the TIP. The process of
undertaking major transportation studies, identifying short and long-range needs and targeting major
growth areas in the CHATS area for intensive study has strengthened subsequent programming for the
TIP. The entire planning/programming/implementation process is clear-cut and involves input by federal,
state, and local governments and the public in the early planning stages, and carries through into TIP

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programming. The LRTP includes both long-range and short-range strategies/actions that lead to the
development of efficient roadways, public transportation, bicycle/pedestrian transportation, and freight
connections.

The Congestion Management Process (CMP): Urban areas like the CHATS area—with populations over
200,000—are called transportation management areas (TMAs). Transportation management areas must
develop a CMS that both identifies and evaluates projects and strategies aimed at reducing traffic
congestion and increasing the mobility of people and goods. The CHATS Area CMP is updated
concurrently with the LRTP.

                                   Key CHATS Planning Documents




TIP Development
The development of the TIP follows a process whereby new transportation projects, consistent with the
LRTP and updated information about already active projects are solicited from the implementing agencies
and local communities. For the 2010-2015 TIP, only the updates were solicited for projects, as the
anticipated funding levels will not allow for consideration of new projects. The projects are then
evaluated by CHATS and SCDOT staff, and assigned priority scores based on multiple transportation and
regional planning criteria as summarized below. Based on that prioritization, as well as project readiness
and available funding, a draft TIP showing a proposed list of projects by year is prepared and distributed
to MPO members and the Study Team for review and comment.

The Draft TIP list is refined in response to comments from MPO and Study Team members, and released
by the MPO for public comments. Projects are scheduled on the TIP based on their priority, likely
implementation date and their fit within the CHATS Metropolitan Planning Organization funding
estimated to be available for the Region. Implementation of a particular project requires many steps, most
likely taking several years from beginning to end. Therefore, it is important that communities maintain an
awareness of their long-term transportation needs so that projects can be initiated at an appropriate time to
avoid unnecessary delays in keeping their transportation system up-to-date.

The TIP contains all Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration transportation
projects in the CHATS Planning Area, which are expected to use federal, state, and local funds within the
next five-years. The projects in this TIP are programmed utilizing the following twenty (20) funding
categories:

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    1.    Federal Aid Special Appropriation (High Priority Projects)
    2.    FTA Section 5307 Capital
    3.    FTA Section 5309 Discretionary
    4.    FTA Section 5310 Special Needs
    5.    FTA Section 5316 Job Access and Reverse Commute
    6.    FTA Section 5317 New Freedom Program
    7.    FTA Section 5339 Alternatives Analysis
    8.    FTA Section 5340 Growing States and High Density States Formula
    9.    Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation (HBRR)
    10.   Interstate Discretionary (ID)
    11.   Interstate Maintenance (IM)
    12.   National Highway System (NHS)
    13.   Surface Transportation Program – Enhancements (STP – ENHANCEMENTS)
    14.   Surface Transportation Program – Flexible (STP – FLEX)
    15.   Surface Transportation Program – Rail (STP – RAIL)
    16.   Surface Transportation Program – Safety (STP – SAFETY)
    17.   Surface Transportation Program – Urban (STP – URBAN)
    18.   State Infrastructure Bank Funds
    19.   State Gas Tax Revenues
    20.   Local Option Sales Transportation Tax Revenues

With each program, the proposed projects represent priority regional needs identified through the
comprehensive transportation planning process. The projects are identified in the tables following this
narrative.

The TIP Represents Regional Consensus
The production of the TIP is the culmination of the transportation planning process representing a
consensus among Federal, state, regional officials, and the public as to projects selected for
implementation. Consensus is important because it ensures that all parties have cooperatively developed
priorities before committing funds to a project. A project's inclusion in the TIP signifies regional
agreement on the priority of the project and establishes federal funding eligibility. After the TIP is
approved by the MPO, it is submitted to SCDOT for inclusion in the Statewide TIP (STIP), which is then
submitted to FHWA and FTA for approval.

Project Evaluation
A requirement of SAFETEA-LU Legislation is that all projects included in the TIP be subject to a
systematic selection process. To meet this mandate, the CHATS staff conducts an extensive screening
process for all projects submitted for funding. The CHATS staff evaluates the projects proposals
comparing the projects to the eight SAFETEA-LU Planning Factors and the CHATS LRTP Goals and
Objectives.

A selection process was performed to assess the potential impacts of projects included in the CHATS
Long-Range Transportation Plan. A quantitative screening was performed to assess the potential
environmental and social impacts of projects included in the CHATS study area. This analysis consisted
of overlaying transportation project alignments/locations onto a series of spatial analyses that depict
natural features, cultural sites, community facilities, and environmental justice data. The goal is to assess
the impact of the transportation project and use this information to quantify the overall costs and benefits
of the improvement. Projects will be prioritized based on this analysis to ensure the regional
transportation system is providing the highest mobility benefit with at the lowest impact. Subsequent
analyses can be performed to select the alignment alternatives with the methodology and tools developed

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herein. The results of this evaluation are summarized in matrix form and represent a quantitative
assessment of potential project issues (see Table 10.1). The matrix evaluation criteria are grouped into
four separates areas:

    •   Constructability & Implementation                         •   Financial Viability
    •   Travel Demand Benefits                                    •   Livability Index

Potential project impacts (if any) were quantified for each of the above categories. This determination is
based on the results of a spatial overlay analysis performed for each evaluation criteria. For example,
impacts are generally considered major if the project affects a greater acreage of sensitive area. The
following is a brief description for each of these headings.

Environment/Natural Features
This section is primarily focused on natural features related to water quality and endangered/threatened
species as well as protected land. The characterization of impacts is primarily related to the amount of
acres impacted by a project corridor. As the number of acres impacted increases the severity index
increases from no impact to major impacts. Specific features in this category include:

    •   Hydrological                                              • Endangered/Threatened species
    •   Wetlands                                              •   Federally, State and privately protected land
    •   Floodplains/riparian buffers                          •   Greenbelt projects

The following methodology was employed to rate project impacts in this category. Hydrologic features
were buffered using a 100 ft radius distance. Radius distances were assigned based on South Carolina
riparian forest buffer widths recommendations, along with other recommendations made by other states
and local governments. All features were spatially overlaid in a GIS software package and compiled into
one feature, which was later used in the analysis. All values were summed to obtain the final number of
features that may be possibly impacted. The combined feature was later clipped to the road alignment to
obtain the impacted area. The environmental, cultural, and constructability characteristics of road
alignment, or other transportation improvement projects were evaluated based on acres directly impacted
by the proposed project. The following equation was used to calculate impact:

                                                   ∑ Acres 
                                                   impact   
                                       I mpact   =           × (Weight )
                                                   ∑ Acres 
                                                   Pr oject 
Cultural and Community Resources
This category indicates the presence of community services, cultural resources, and institutions including
schools, hospitals, religious buildings, parks, and historic resources, and archeological sites. The impacts
to these types of community resources are often that of proximity or when right-of-way is required from
these sites. In the most extreme cases buildings may be directly impacted. These criteria were assessed
with the same methodology described in the Environmental/Natural Features section immediately
preceding this section.

Environmental Justice
Environmental justice reviews conducted at the systems planning level typically involve the analysis of
available demographic data from the US Census Bureau. When prioritizing projects, it is important to
consider not only specific project impacts but also the distribution of projects and transportation
investments throughout the study area. The plan seeks to minimize disproportionate impacts to minority
and Low-to-Moderate income (LMI) groups through proactive planning. As previously mentioned, the
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CHATS transportation planning process sought to minimize impacts to these groups by involving them in
the planning process and avoiding or minimizing disproportionate impacts during the project selection.

The following guidelines were used to rate project impacts in this category. Spatial and demographic
data from the 2000 Census were used to conduct the environmental justice analysis. Both minority and
LMI variables were analyzed at the block group level. Minority populations were defined as the non-
white population (i.e. Blacks, Hispanics, Asian Americans, American Indian, and Alaskan natives). LMI
is defined as a household in which the total household income does not exceed fifty percent (low income)
and eighty percent (moderate income) of the median income for the area, as adjusted for household size
by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). LMI data were used for the
environmental justice analysis to be consistent with other federal agencies such as EPA, HUD, and
USDOT.

Minority and LMI were evaluated based on the number of persons directly impacted verses the total
number of people impacted by the transportation project using Census blockgroups as the spatial extent.
These social features were evaluated in the same manner described in the Environmental/Natural Features
section, except that number of acres impacted is replaced with number of persons impacted. It should be
noted that impacts should not always be assumed to be a negative attribute. For example, neighborhood
with a high percentage of LMI residents can realize mobility benefits from a proposed transportation
project. In this manner, the total impact values necessary for the evaluation criteria were established.
These values were used to determine the areas that are more or less suitable for transportation projects.

Mobility and Implementation
As projects are considered it is important to understand the relative benefits as well as the difficulties that
may be encountered during implementation. For this reason, the relative mobility benefits and
constructability difficulties have been included in this evaluation. This is one of the first steps in
understanding the expected ratio between costs and benefits. This evaluation is a quantitative assessment
of specific benefits and project costs, providing this information empowers planners to select projects for
inclusion in the plan that have a realistic chance of being implemented. This information is also used to
group projects into respective horizon years.

    CONSTRUCTABILITY
    For the purposes of this evaluation project constructability was considered to ascertain the difficulties
    associated with project permitting, costs, and even traffic control. Projects with challenging
    constructability issues may be more costly due to impacts on design and delays associated with
    maintaining traffic flow during construction. Moreover, a project that is difficult to bring to
    construction may squander public resources not provide the congestion relief it was intended to offer.
    An example of a project with minor constructability issues would be a bus rapid transit (BRT) route
    on an existing roadway. Conversely, an example of a major constructability challenge could be a
    bridge replacement project where sensitive environmental features of the built and natural
    environment are present and where limited crossing alternatives exist. In this example, an atypical
    bridge design may be necessary and creative solutions to maintain traffic flow would likely extend
    the duration of construction having an impact on project cost. This criterion is quantified by scoring
    projects in an inverse relationship to the number of permits needed to implement the project (Army
    Corps, Coast Guard, Air Quality determination, permission from railroad operators, publicly owned
    facilities (publicly owned parks, recreational areas, wildlife and waterfowl refuges), or SC DHEC),
    availability of ROW, and intensity of utilities present. The following guidelines were used to rate
    project impacts in this screening process:




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   FINANCIAL VIABILITY
   This criterion measures the ability to fund the construction of project and maintain the facility for the
   functional life span of infrastructure. Included in this category is to include life cycle maintenance /
   operating cost and pavement quality. Cost will be generalized by facility type or vehicles in
   operation for the functional life span of infrastructure. Pavement quality will be considered in the
   assessment by the project’s impact positive or negative impact on pavement management.

   LIVABILITY INDEX
   There are a number of elements that comprise this measure. Livability is being defined by these
   components and this Plan seeks to implement transportation projects that support these objectives.
   The index consists of public safety, economic development, consistency with land use plans, and
   consistency with livability principles. Public safety scoring was scored on the project’s
   implementation of a strategy, a named project in SCDOT Highway Safety Plan, or appears on the
   SCDOT prioritized safety list. Economic development is comprised of a locally provided ranking
   and a score calculated South Carolina Department of Commerce. Projects that advance the six
   principles of livability as promulgated by the Federal government and are consistent with an adopted
   comprehensive land use plan will be assigned a full score for these criteria.

   TRAVEL DEMAND BENEFITS
   The assessment of mobility benefits is the primary objective in evaluating candidate projects
   throughout this process. While all of the previous evaluation criteria relate to a project’s potential
   impacts and compatibility with land use plans and livability principals, this category seeks to quantify
   the relative travel benefits associated with implementing the project. This measure seeks to
   enumerate the relative travel benefits associated with implementing the project. Travel demand
   benefit is quantified by the level of daily congestion relief obtained in the current and the horizon
   year, each comprising 10% of the ranking. The remaining 10% of the travel demand benefit score is
   comprised of a measure of travel time improvement (system delay). The Candidate Project
   Evaluation Matrix presents the results of this ranking process. The following table summarizes the
   CHATS LRTP ranking criteria.
              CHATS LRTP Project Ranking Criteria                         Rank
             Travel Demand Benefits                                       40%
                Current Year V/C                                           15%
                Future Year V/C                                            15%
                Freight Mobility                                           10%
             Constructability                                             15%
                Environmental Justice                                        5
                Cultural/Facilities Features                                 5
                Environmental Features                                       5
             Financial Viability                                          15%
                Ability to Fund Capital Cost in 6-Year                      10
                Pavement Quality Index                                       5
             Livability Index                                             30%
                Public Safety                                               10
                Evacuation Routes                                             5
                Economic Development                                        10
                Consistency with Land Use Plans                            Yes/No
                Consistency with Livability Principles                        5
                Consideration of Modal Options                          High/Med/Low

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              Total                                                         100%

Financial Constraint
The TIP must be financially constrained, meaning that the amount of funding programmed must not
exceed the amount of funding estimated to be available. In developing the 2010-2015 TIP, CHATS has
taken into consideration the transportation funding revenues expected to be available during the five years
of the TIP (Federal FY 2009-20010 through FY 2014-2015), and has found the 2010-2015 TIP to be
financially constrained. The financial values are in year of expenditure dollars, based on an annual
inflation rate of four percent. The CHATS financial statement can be found on page 154.

Consistent with Federal guidelines, we have established a local process to perform administrative
amendment to the TIP. If a project is valued at $5 million dollars or less, an amendment is necessary if
the change is $500,000 or more. The threshold for projects valued at greater than $5 million, changes of
10 percent or greater of the total project value. Changes below these thresholds may be considered
administrative modifications (minor amendment). The BCDCOG Executive Director and the SCDOT
Office of Planning execute administrative modifications, and, although no public review period is
required, one may be provided at the staff’s discretion.

TIP Cycle
The number of years of programming included in the TIP varies by fund source. All five years of
programming in the 2010-2015 TIP, Fiscal Years (FYs) 2009-10 through 2014-15, will be officially
adopted by the CHATS Policy Committee and by the State as part of the Statewide Transportation
Improvement Plan (STIP). In the case of some projects, carryover funding from prior years is included
and noted as “prior year carryover funding.” In addition, estimated funding for projects in future years
(the estimated out years) is included for information.

TIP Amendment Process and Procedure
From time to time circumstances dictate that changes be made to the TIP following its biennial adoption.
Federal regulations permit changes to the TIP if the procedures for doing so are consistent with federal
requirements for TIP development and approval. These changes, or amendments, are not routine.
CHATS will consider such amendments when the circumstances prompting the change are compelling.

Proposed changes will be reviewed by CHATS staff before any actions are considered. All changes must
follow CHATS policies on the Public Participation Plan. Changes must be consistent with the LRTP,
must maintain the financial constraint of the TIP, and must be consistent with federal requirements.
Proposed additions or changes to projects must also be consistent with the rules of the particular funding
program under which the funding was authorized.

CHATS may receive an amendment request to fund a new project during the two-year TIP cycle. For
example, during the current TIP cycle project applications were solicited for Federal Transit
Administration (FTA) Section 5316 and Section 5317 funding. Once new projects proposed for funding
are identified, and the funding committed, staff initiates the process to amend the projects and project
funding in the TIP. All rules for amending new projects in the TIP are followed (Public involvement
process, Title VI requirements, LRTP consistency, financial constraint, etc.). When CHATS is not
involved in the programming decision associated with a project, staff relies on project sponsors to initiate
a TIP amendment. If CHATS is aware of new funding (i.e. Federal earmarks, one-time state funding
programs, etc), staff may alert sponsors of the funding commitment and request that an amendment be
initiated. However, generally it is up to the project sponsor to initiate amendment requests to add new
funding, or make necessary adjustments to project scope, cost, and schedule, as conditions warrant. All
regionally significant transportation projects and all transportation projects requiring a federal action must


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be included in the TIP. These projects may be added to the TIP at any time, as long as procedures for
doing so are consistent with federal requirements for TIP development and approval.

Types of TIP Amendments
Federal and State policies distinguish between two types of TIP amendments: Minor Amendments and
Major Amendments. These types of amendments differ based on the magnitude of the proposed change
and the level of review required by various federal, state, and local agencies. As a general rule,
significant changes to the cost, scope and schedule of a project listing requires a Major Amendment,
whereas minor changes in fund sources, description, lead agency, project limits, etc. may be processed
through minor amendments. Major Amendments must be approved by the Policy Committee, the
SCDOT, FHWA, and FTA. Approval of minor amendments has been delegated to BCDCOG Executive
Director and/or the SCDOT Office of Planning.

Proposed amendments to the TIP must be developed in accordance with the provisions of 23 CFR
450.326, 23 CFR 450.328, and/or 23 CFR 450.216, and approved by the federal agencies in accordance
with 23 CFR 450.220. In general terms, these regulations state that the TIP may be modified at any time
in a manner that is consistent with the procedures agreed to by the cooperating parties for developing the
TIP. All other federal requirements concerning the development, public involvement, and federal
agencies approval of the TIP must be executed in accordance with in 23 CFR Part 450. Regardless of the
type of change, all modifications must be consistent with the LRTP, must maintain the financial
constraint of the TIP, and must be consistent with federal Title VI requirements.

Minor Amendment
Minor Amendments are changes that revise project descriptions and funding source. Other types of
changes that can be made through a Minor Amendment are changes to a project’s lead agency, changes
that split or combine more than one project, and changes to required information for grouped project
listings. They take about 30 days to process and need to be approved by the BCDCOG Executive
Director and the SCDOT Office of Statewide Planning. The following changes may be made through a
Minor Amendment, as long as the change occurs within the approved timeframe of the TIP, and maintain
the financial constraint of the TIP:

•   Change in project sponsor or implementing agency
•   Splitting or combining projects
•   Adding a prior phase to a programmed project. A TIP adjustment to reflect the addition of a previous
    phase of a project, such as the inclusion of right-of-way, does not require formal CHATS Policy
    Committee approval
•   Moving programmed funds between programmed projects. A TIP adjustment to reflect additional
    project costs covered by shifting funds from one project to another does not require formal MPO
    Policy Committee approval. However, caution should be used not to reduce funding from one project
    to the extent that the stability of that project would be affected
•   Moving a project from year to year within a TIP period provided that the move does not cross an Air
    Quality Horizon year (as applicable)
•   Changing a project description that does not change the Air Quality Conformity finding (as
    applicable), change the intend scope of the project, or does not necessitate revising the NEPA
    documentation or will not alter the NEPA determination
•   A TIP adjustment to reflect a project’s start or completion date within a five (5) year allotted time
    frame does not require formal MPO Policy Committee approval

Federal public involvement procedures required by 23 CFR 450.316 is not necessary for minor changes.

Major Amendment

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Major Amendments are changes other than minor amendments as described. Major amendments usually
take about 60 days to process and need to be approved by the CHATS Policy Committee, SCDOT,
FHWA, and FTA. Adding or deleting a project or changes in funding is considered a major amendment.

All changes that do not fall within the category of a minor amendment are processed as major
amendments. The following changes are examples of changes made through a Major Amendment:

•   Adding a new project or deleting a programmed project from the five year period of the TIP
•   Adding new, un-programmed funds regardless of the source
•   A major change of project scope, such as a change that is inconsistent with the NEPA documentation
    or will change the NEPA determination, or a change that affects the approved Air Quality conformity
    findings (as applicable)
•   Any change requiring a new regional air quality conformity finding (as applicable)
•   A greater than 10 percent cost increase in a phase of a project listed in the current TIP
•   Moving a project from year to year within a TIP period if the move crosses an Air Quality Horizon
    Year (as applicable)

These amendment classifications and procedures are consistent with the Statewide TIP Guidelines
promulgated by SCDOT, FHWA, and FTA. It is intended that the CHATS TIP Amendment Process and
Procedures follow, and adhere to the provisions of the Statewide TIP Guidelines.

Once staff receives a request for a TIP amendment/ adjustment either from a local jurisdiction, transit
provider, or through SCDOT, CHATS staff determines if the change is a minor or major amendment. If a
major amendment is warranted, CHATS will advertise the TIP change on its website and in the local
newspapers for public comment at the Policy Committee meetings. If the amendment is approved, staff
will then forward the TIP to SCDOT to have included into the STIP. If there is an objection, either by the
general public, or by the Policy Committee, CHATS staff will take the appropriate action regarding the
comments. If the change is a minor amendment, CHATS will provide SCDOT with the appropriate
documentation to make the adjustment and SCDOT will forward it onto FHWA/FTA. Requests
concerning these changes must come from the SCDOT in writing. The implementing jurisdiction or
agency and the staff of CHATS must concur in the need for the change and in its likely beneficial effect
on the implementation of the project.

Title VI Compliance
Investments made in the TIP must be consistent with federal Title VI requirements. Title VI prohibits
discrimination on the basis of race, color, income, and national origin in programs and activities receiving
federal financial assistance. Public outreach to and involvement of individuals in low income and
minority communities covered under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and subsequent Civil Rights
Restoration Act, and series of federal statues enacted pertaining to environmental justice, are critical to
regional planning and programming decisions. The fundamental principles of environmental justice
include:

•   Avoiding, minimizing or mitigating disproportionately high and adverse health or environmental
    effects on minority and low-income populations;
•   Ensuring full and fair participation by all potentially affected communities in the transportation
    decision-making process; and
•   Preventing the denial, reduction, or significant delay in the receipt of benefits by minority populations
    and low-income communities




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The decision process by which new projects are selected for inclusion in the TIP must consider equitable
solicitation and selection of project candidates in accordance with federal Title VI requirements. The
CHATS Title VI Plan is available at the BCDCOG office or on the BCDCOG website.

Public Involvement Process
Engaging the public in the planning process is critical to the success of any transportation plan or
program, and it is a tenet of the SAFETEA-LU legislation. Such legislation underscores the need for
public involvement, calling on MPOs to provide citizens, affected public agencies, representatives of
transportation agencies, private providers of transportation and other interested parties with a reasonable
opportunity to participate and comment on transportation plans and programs. The Public Participation
Plan for CHATS is located in the BCDCOG office or on our website.

In What Ways Can the Public Participate?
Public participation occurs during all stages of a project's development. Participation in the LRTP
visioning process is the most effective starting point. Public input may also be provided at various
meetings or informal sessions with government officials and staff. Citizens are also asked to participate
in special task forces to review transportation improvement concepts at the corridor, city/county, and
regional level. Finally, once a project is in the TIP and it enters the preliminary engineering phase, the
detailed environmental review process affords additional opportunities for public comment.

The CHATS public participation plan includes ongoing public participation activities through the various
committees and directly to the Policy Committee. Representatives from the private sector, social service
agencies, civic/environmental organizations, and other interest groups are contacted and advised of
upcoming public review meetings and opportunities for providing comments on proposed projects.
Citizen members also serve on various special-purpose regional planning committees. Citizens and
public interest groups also have the opportunity to comment on the draft TIP before it is adopted by the
MPO. The MPO conducts a public comment period for the TIP and holds informational meetings to
allow citizens to ask questions and make comments. Copies of the draft TIP are distributed according to
the process outlined in the PPP and the TIP document can be accessed through the BCDCOG website at
http://www.bcdcog.com/transportationPlanning.htm.

Consultation with Interested Parties
CHATS will provide notice of upcoming public review meetings or review periods being held on the draft
and final TIP document. Notice will be provided to known interested parties:
• Public transportation providers
• Freight shippers
• Providers of freight transportation services
• Private providers of transportation
• Users of public transportation
• Users of pedestrian walkways and bicycle facilities
• Disabled
• Elderly
• Low-income
• Limited English-speaking populations

Conclusion
The projects outlined in the TIP offer the region substantial improvements in mobility, air quality, and a
transportation network that supports economic vitality. An overall objective is to enhance the quality of
life for the traveling public. This proactive approach seeks to offer efficient and safe transportation
infrastructure in the CHATS Planning Area.


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                                                               2010-2015

                                       TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

                                                                FOR THE

                                       CHARLESTON AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY


                                                     Guideshare Projects




                In the State of South Carolina, Guideshare is the federal-aid funding allocation to MPOs. These funds
                can be used for highway, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, transit, or planning projects. The allocation is
                based on study area population. Under federal law, large MPOs with urbanized area populations over
                200,000 are called Transportation Management Areas (TMAs). Only TMAs are entitled to specific
                allocations of federal funds called Urban Attributable Funds
Guideshare Projects




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CHATS                 23349           CHATS Priority:             13         PIN:                23349
ID:

Project:                      Berlin Myers Parkway - Last Phase              Planning Ref
                                                                                  #:

  Description: New construction from Bacons Bridge Rd. (SC 165) to US 17 Alternative.




From:        Bacons Bridge Rd. (SC 165)                    Length            2.76
                                                           (Miles):

To:          US 17 Alternative                             Length (km):      4.4


County:      Dorchester County                             Program type:     Bonding Package/Sales Tax


Funding:     STP / Dorchester Co. Sales Tax /              Funding Type:     Guideshare / Sales Tax /

   Comments / Status:
This is a proposed 4-lane divided facility on new location between SC 165 to US 17 Alt. Berlin Myers Parkway is
intended to provide an alternative route to US 17A. Travel demand models estimate this facility will carry
between 18,000 and 23,000 vehicles a day by 2030.




                                      Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

               Prior           FY      FY                FY                               FY
                                             FY 2011              FY 2013    FY 2014                    Total TIP
               Year           2009    2010              2012                             2015
      PE                      $800           $1,500                                                      $1,500
  ROW                                                             $7,331**                              $14,662
  Const
                                                        7,331      $7,200     $5,000                    $12,200

  Total          $0           $800     $0    $1,500    $7,331     $14,531    $$5,000      $0            $28,362
** Non ARRA Funds



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CHATS                     -             CHATS Priority:                   5            PIN:
ID:

Project:                                     Harborview Rd.                             Planning Ref
                                                                                             #:

  Description: Project is to improve traffic flow and safety on Harbor View Road and to provide bicycle and
pedestrian facilities.



From:           James Island Connector (SC 30)                   Length (Miles):       2.97


To:             Fort Johnson Rd. (S-10-94)                       Length (km):          4.8

County:         Charleston County                                Program type:         System Upgrade

Funding:        Surface Transportation Program                   Funding Type:         Guideshare & Sales Tax

  Comments / Status:

From James Island Connector to Fort Johnson Road, this minor arterial continues to serve local as well as seasonal
traffic for the eastern section of James Island. The travel demand model projects that traffic could approach 20,000
vehicles a day by 2030. Due to the residential and scenic nature of this road and the existing development along the
corridor, it is recommended that Harborview Rd. be maintained as a 2-lane facility. Additional improvements should
include accommodating turn lanes at key intersections and optimizing signal timing and phasing plans. Access
management techniques including restricting direct driveway access or retrofitting shared drive use should be
employed along the corridor.


                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                  Prior        FY                                               FY       FY        FY
                                     FY 2010        FY 2011    FY 2012                                    Total TIP
                  Year        2009                                             2013     2014      2015
       PE                                                                                                     $0
      ROW                                                                                                     $0
      Const                                                     $5,000        $1,000                       $6,000
  P (Local)                           $185                                                                  $185
Row (Local)                          $2,175                                                                $2,175
Const (Local)                                                   14,150                                     $14,150
      Total         $0        $0     $2,360            0       $19,150        $1,000     $0        $0      $22,510




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CHATS                             CHATS                     7             PIN:
ID:                               Priority:

Project:                     Bacon's Bridge Rd. (SC 165)                   Planning Ref #:

   Description: Widening Bacons Bridge Road (SC Route 165) from 2 lanes to 4 lanes with center turning lanes
from end of 4-lane sections to SC Route 61. Includes intersection alignment at Mikel Drive (S-18-505) and Edisto
Drive (S-18-260).




From:       Trolley Rd. (S-199)                   Length (Miles):         4.00

To:         US 17 Alternative                     Length (km):            6.4


County:     Dorchester County                     Program type:           System Upgrade


Funding:    Surface Transportation Program        Funding Type:           Guideshare, Sales Tax, SCDOT Federal
                                                                          Match Program, STP Safety Program
  Comments / Status:
  The LRTP is recommending that Bacons Bridge Road be widened from 2 lanes to 4 lanes with a narrow median.
Other on-road facilities include bike lanes and sidewalks on at least one side.




                                       Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

             Prior      FY        FY        FY                                          FY
                                                  FY 2012       FY 2013    FY 2014                 Total TIP
             Year      2009      2010      2011                                        2015
    PE                                                                                                 $0
  ROW                                                                                                  $0
  Const                                           $28,800       $2,500      $2,500                  $33,800
  Total        $0       $0        $0       $0     $28,800       $2,500      $2,500                  $33,800




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CHATS                                  CHATS                   6          PIN:
ID:                                    Priority:

Project:                               US 78                               Planning Ref
                                                                                #:

   Description: From approximately 0.15 miles east of S-18-630 to 0.5 miles west of S-18-22 (Orangeburg
Road), resurface and provide 4-foot paved and 6-foot grass shoulders. From 0.5 miles west of S-18-22 to
approximately 0.2 miles west of S-18-58 (Jedburg Road), begin widening from 2 to 5 lanes with 4-foot paved
and 6-foot grass shoulders. From approximately 0.2 miles west of S-18-58 to S-18-165 (W. Richardson
Avenue), widen from 2 to 5 lanes curb & gutter section, accommodating bicycles and providing sidewalk on one
side.



From:         CHATS Boundary                           Length             6.00
                                                       (Miles):

To:           W. Richardson Ave. (S-18-165)            Length (km):       9.7


County:       Dorchester County                        Program            System Upgrade
                                                       type:

Funding:      Surface Transportation Program           Funding            Guideshare & Sales Tax
                                                       Type:
   Comments / Status:
   The LRTP is recommending a capacity improvement from Jedburg Road to 0.75 miles south of Berlin Myers.
This principal arterial provides an alternative route to the I-26 corridor. By 2030, it is projected to carry 12,000
to 21,000 vehicles a day. It is recommended that this section of US 78 be improved from 2 lanes to 4 lanes with
a plantable median. Other on-road facilities include bike facilities and sidewalks, at least on one side.




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior       FY        FY        FY       FY         FY      FY       FY
                                                                                                    Total TIP
                Year       2009      2010      2011     2012       2013    2014     2015
      PE                                                                                               $0
   ROW                                                                                                 $0
   Const                                                                                               $0
   Total          $0        $0        $0        $0       $0        $0       $0       $0                $0




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CHATS ID:               -           CHATS Priority:            6      PIN:                       -


Project:                            Bees Ferry Road                    Planning Ref #:

   Description: The existing roadway will be widened from a two-lane section to a four-lane / five-lane section
 with accommodations for bicycles and pedestrians. The project will include a new pedestrian bridge at Bear
 Swamp Creek and a bridge replacement at a branch of Church Creek. The proposed improvements will also
 connect to West Ashley Circle, the future ring road system at Glenn McConnell Parkway (SC Route 61 Spur).
 All existing traffic signals will be upgraded and a new signal will be included at the intersection with Savannah
 Highway.




From:           Savannah Highway (US 17)              Length (Miles): 4.50


To:             Ashley River Rd. (SC 61)              Length (km):    7.2


County:         Charleston County                     Program type: System Upgrade


Funding:        Surface Transportation Program        Funding Type: Guideshare & Sales Tax

    Comments / Status:
    From SC 61 to US 17, this minor arterial provides a connection between the US 17 corridor and Ashley River
 Road. By 2030, Bees Ferry Road is expected to carry 20,000 to 25,000 vehicles a day. This facility will need to
 be improved from 2 lanes to four-lane / five-lane section. Other on-road facilities include bike facilities and
 sidewalks.


                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior Year FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015               Total TIP

       PE                                                                                              $0
      ROW                                                                                              $0
      Const                                   $9,000 $3,000 $4,000 $3,000 $3,000                     $22,000
Row (Local)                          $4,250                                                          $4,250
Const (Local)                                 $12,900 $7,825                                         $20,725
      Total        $0        $0      $4,250 $21,900 $10,825 $4,000 $3,000 $3,000                     $46,975




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                                              Guideshare Project

CHATS ID:                 -               CHATS                                 PIN:                   -
                                          Priority:

Project:                               College Park Rd.                          Planning Ref
                                                                                      #:

  Description: The existing roadway will be widened from a two-lane section to a four-lane / five-lane section
with accommodations for bicycles and pedestrians.




From:            US 17 Alt.                               Length (Miles):       2.91


To:              Crowfield Blvd.                          Length (km):          4.7


County:          Berkeley County                          Program type:         System Upgrade


Funding:         Surface Transportation Program           Funding Type:         Guideshare & Sales Tax

  Comments / Status:
  College Park Road is currently designated as an urban collector between Crowfield Boulevard and US 17A.
However, with its direct connection to the I-26 corridor, this facility should become increasingly important to the
mobility of the Ladson area. It is recommended that College Park Road be redesignated to a minor arterial and
widened to 4 lanes with a plantable median. Other on-road facilities include bike lanes and sidewalks on at least
one side.




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                  Prior        FY       FY        FY                              FY       FY
                                                          FY 2012     FY 2013                          Total TIP
                  Year        2009     2010      2011                            2014     2015
      Const                                                           $2,300                               $2,300

  PL (Local)                           $200     $310                                                        $510
 ROW (Local)                                   $9,500                                                      $9,500
 Const (Local)                                    $0      $13,765                                          $13,765
      Total        $0         $0       $200    $9,810     $13,765     $2,300               $0              $26,075




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CHATS                 24058              CHATS                 NA          PIN:                24058
ID:                                      Priority:

Project:                        Congestion Management                      Planning Ref
                                                                                #:

  Description: CHATS, SCDOT, and local governments are undertaking many congestion management
projects, including traffic operations, bicycle/pedestrian facilities, parking management, intersection operation
improvements, and transit services. Implementation of the CHATS Congestion Management Study (CMS)
will continue to enhance the efficient use of the existing facilities. The CMS Plan identifies strategies to
address congestion in the region and measures the performance of the transportation system.




From:         NA                                       Length              NA
                                                       (Miles):

To:           NA                                       Length (km):        NA


County:       CHATS Planning Area                      Program             Planning
                                                       type:

Funding:      Surface Transportation Program           Funding             Guideshare
                                                       Type:
   Comments / Status:




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior          FY       FY      FY       FY          FY     FY         FY
                                                                                                  Total TIP
                Year          2009     2010    2011     2012        2013   2014       2015
      PL                      $25       $25     $25     $25         $25     $25       $25           $150
   ROW                                                                                                 $0
   Const                                      $1,000                                               $1,000
   Total         $0           $25       $25   $1,025    $25         $25     $25       $25          $1,150




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CHATS                                    CHATS                 NA          PIN:
ID:                                      Priority:

Project:                            Long Range Plan                         Planning Ref
                                                                                 #:

  Description: CHATS, SCDOT, and local governments are undertaking many planning and land use
management projects. Implementation of the CHATS Long Range Plan (LRTP) will assist in growth that is
consistent with transportation infrastructure. The LRTP identifies facilities and implements a coordinated
approach to urban growth.




From:         NA                                       Length              NA
                                                       (Miles):

To:           NA                                       Length (km):        NA


County:       CHATS Planning Area                      Program type:       Planning


Funding:      Surface Transportation Program           Funding Type:       Guideshare

   Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior       FY         FY        FY      FY          FY      FY        FY
                                                                                               Total TIP
                Year       2009       2010      2011    2012        2013    2014      2015
      PL                    $24        $0       $50     $25         $25     $25       $25        $150
                                                                                                  $0
   Const                                                                                          $0
   Total          $0        $24        $25      $50     $25         $25     $25       $25        $150



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CHATS                 110031            CHATS                   NA          PIN:              110031
ID:                                     Priority:

Project:                       Intersection Improvements                    Planning Ref
                                                                                 #:

  Description: CHATS and SCDOT have identified various multi-modal intersection improvements that
improve traffic operations and safety.




From:            NA                                   Length                NA
                                                      (Miles):

To:              NA                                   Length (km):          NA


County:          CHATS Planning Area                  Program               Intersection Improvement
                                                      type:

Funding:         NHS / STP / CMAQ                     Funding               Guideshare
                                                      Type:
   Comments / Status:
   Murray Drive at Hanahan Road (City of Hanahan)




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                   Prior    FY         FY       FY      FY            FY     FY       FY
                                                                                                 Total TIP
                   Year    2009       2010     2011    2012          2013   2014     2015
       PE                                                                                              $0
      ROW                             $220                                                         $220
      Const                $300      $2,088                                                       $2,088
 Const (Local)                        $800                                                         $800
      Total           $0   $300      $3,108     $0         $0        $0      $0       $0          $3,108



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CHATS               110031               CHATS                    NA          PIN:              110031
ID:                                      Priority:

Project:                       Intersection Improvements                       Planning Ref
                                                                                    #:

  Description: CHATS and SCDOT have identified various multi-modal intersection improvements that
improve traffic operations and safety.




From:         NA                                        Length (Miles):       NA

To:           NA                                        Length (km):          NA


County:       CHATS Planning Area                       Program type:         Intersection Improvement


Funding:      NHS / STP / CMAQ                          Funding Type:         Guideshare
   Comments / Status:
   Embassy Drive at Old Orangeburg Road




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior         FY        FY       FY         FY          FY      FY       FY
                                                                                                   Total TIP
                Year         2009      2010     2011       2012        2013    2014     2015
      PE                                100                                                              $0
   ROW                                  21                                                               $0
   Const                                        $979                                                $1,100

   Total           $0        $0        $121     $979       $0          $0       $0         $0       $1,100




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                                                 Guideshare Project

 CHATS                    -                 CHATS                    NA          PIN:              -
 ID:                                        Priority:

 Project:                     Commuter Rail Study - Phase II                     Planning Ref #:


    Description: CHATS will investigate the locally preferred alternative (LPA) for fixed guideway transit
 service along the I-26 corridor, include feasibility of implementing commuter rail service.




 From:          City of Charleston                           Length (Miles):     22.00


 To:            Town of Summerville                          Length (km):        35.4


 County:        CHATS Planning Area                          Program type:       Planning


 Funding:       Surface Transportation Program               Funding Type:       Guideshare

   Comments / Status:




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                  Prior        FY          FY         FY       FY          FY      FY        FY
                                                                                                   Total TIP
                  Year        2009        2010       2011     2012        2013    2014      2015
       PL                                           $1,403                                             $1,403
                                                                                                        $0
    Const                                                                                               $0

    Total          $0          $0         $0        $1,403     $0         $0       $0         $0       $1,403




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 CHATS                    -                CHATS                 NA          PIN:
 ID:                                       Priority:

 Project:          US HWY 52 / US HWY 78 BICYCLE FACILITY                    Planning Ref #:

   Description: Complete a multi-use facility adjacent to US Hwy 52/78 intersection improvement




 From:         Wanamaker Park Entrance                   Length (Miles):     1.07

 To:           US HWY 78                                 Length (km):        1.7


 County:       Charleston County                         Program type:       System Upgrade

 Funding:      Surface Transportation Program            Funding Type:       Guideshare
    Comments / Status:
    Project was originally a portion of the roadway improvement project and was never completed. SCDOT states
 that funding shown below will be adequate to complete the project. The City of North Charleston has agreed to
 oversee construction if the SCDOT funding is provided.




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                  Prior        FY         FY       FY      FY          FY      FY      FY
                                                                                                  Total TIP
                  Year        2009       2010     2011    2012        2013    2014    2015
       PL                                                                                             $0
       PE                                $98                                                         $98
    Const        $250                            $600     $325                                      $925
    Total          $0         $0         $98     $600     $325        $0       $0         $0       $1,023




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CHATS ID:                        CHATS Priority:          NA         PIN:

Project:                         Complete Streets                     Planning Ref #:

    Description: Funds have identified to implement multi-modal transportation projects that accommodate all
  users. Projects can include planning, preliminary engineering, right-of-way purchase, or construction.




From:         NA                                    Length (Miles): NA


To:           NA                                    Length (km):     NA


County:       CHATS Planning Area                   Program type:    System Upgrade


Funding:      Surface Transportation Program        Funding Type: Guideshare

      Comments / Status:




                                 Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


              Prior Year FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015              Total TIP

       PL                                  $2,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000                  $6,000

       PE                                                                                        $0
      ROW                                                                                        $0
      Const                                                                                      $0
      Total        $0       $0       $0    $2,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000                  $6,000




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 CHATS                  -               CHATS                 NA          PIN:               -
 ID:                                    Priority:

 Project:                     Regional Land Use Plan                      Planning Ref
                                                                               #:

   Description: Funds have identified to implement multi-modal transportation projects that accommodate all
 users. Projects can include planning, preliminary engineering, right-of-way purchase, or construction.



 From:        NA                                       Length             NA
                                                       (Miles):

 To:          NA                                       Length (km):       NA

 County:      CHATS Planning Area                      Program            System Upgrade
                                                       type:

 Funding:     Surface Transportation Program           Funding            Guideshare
                                                       Type:
   Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior        FY        FY       FY      FY          FY     FY      FY
                                                                                              Total TIP
                Year        2009      2010     2011    2012        2013   2014    2015
       PL                            $1,000                                                      $1,000
       PE                                                                                         $0
   ROW                                                                                            $0
   Const                                                                                          $0
   Total          $0        $0       $1,000    $0       $0         $0      $0      $0            $1,000




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 CHATS                   -               CHATS                    NA          PIN:                  -
 ID:                                     Priority:

 Project:                         Neck Area Master Plan                        Planning Ref
                                                                                      #:
   Description: Funding will be used to conduct a land use and transportation planning process.
   Creating a vision and coordinated land use pattern will provide redevelopment opportunities in
   this vital section the transportation network. The expansion of the port facilities will be an
   influential component of this plan.


 From:         Upper Peninsula area inside of I-526       Length              NA
                                                          (Miles):

 To:           Upper Peninsula area inside of I-526       Length (km):        NA


 County:       Charleston County                          Program type:       System Upgrade


 Funding:      Surface Transportation Program             Funding Type:       Guideshare
   Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                 Prior        FY        FY       FY         FY          FY     FY       FY
                                                                                                    Total TIP
                 Year        2009      2010     2011       2012        2013   2014     2015
       PL                                      $1,000                                                   $1,000
       PE                                                                                                $0
    ROW                                                                                                  $0
    Const                                                                                                $0
   Total          $0         $0         $0     $1,000       $0         $0      $0          $0           $1,000




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 CHATS                  -              CHATS                NA          PIN:                 -
 ID:                                   Priority:

 Project:          System Improvements Modeling / Simulation           Planning Ref
                                                                             #:
  Description: Data from the 2010 Census will be assimilated into the travel demand model,
 CHATS policies, and performance measures.




 From:        NA                                    Length              NA
                                                    (Miles):

 To:          NA                                    Length (km):        NA


 County:      CHATS Planning Area                   Program             Planning
                                                    type:

 Funding:     Surface Transportation Program        Funding             Guideshare
                                                    Type:
   Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior        FY       FY      FY      FY          FY     FY         FY
                                                                                             Total TIP
                Year        2009     2010    2011    2012        2013   2014       2015
       PL                                     $50                                  $47           $97
       PE                                                                                        $0
   ROW                                                                                           $0
   Const                                                                                         $0
   Total         $0         $0        $0      $50     $0         $0      $0        $47           $97




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CHATS                  -               CHATS                  NA          PIN:                   -
ID:                                    Priority:

Project:                             Debt Service                         Planning Ref #:

  Description: Bonds were issued to finance to execute the bonding package. This line item details the debt to
be repaid.



From:        NA                                       Length              NA
                                                      (Miles):

To:          NA                                       Length (km):        NA

County:      CHATS Planning Area                      Program type:       System Upgrade


Funding:     Surface Transportation Program           Funding Type:       Guideshare

  Comments / Status:
  State refinanced its debt during FY 2011. Estimated Obligated Cost is based on new debt service payment
amounts.




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

               Prior         FY       FY       FY       FY          FY                  FY
                                                                          FY 2014                Total TIP
               Year         2009     2010     2011     2012        2013                2015
      PL                                                                                               $0
      PE                                                                                               $0
   ROW                                                                                                 $0
   Const                   $6,594   $6,251   $7,211   $6,935     $6,165   $6,092    $6,018           $38,761
   Total         $0        $6,594   $6,251   $7,211   $6,935     $6,165   $6,0920   $6,018           $38,761




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                                                                      FOR THE

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                                                   Exempt from Guideshare Projects
Exempt from Guideshare Projects




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 CHATS                 -               CHATS Priority:           NA            PIN:                 -
 ID:

 Project:                  Bridge Replacement & Rehab Projects                 Planning Ref
                                                                                    #:

   Description: Projects are selected by Bridge Management System, which is administered by SCDOT.




 From:       Point Location                               Length (Miles):      NA


 To:         Point Location                               Length (km):         NA

 County:     CHATS Planning Area                          Program type:        System Upgrade


 Funding:    Bridge Replacement & Rehab                   Funding Type:        Bridge Replacement

   Comments / Status:
   See Statewide Transportation Improvement Program




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

               Prior                                                            FY      FY
                           FY 2009    FY 2010   FY 2011   FY 2012   FY 2013                         Total TIP
               Year                                                            2014    2015
                                                                                                         $0
       PC                              $1,790                                                           $1,790
   ROW                                 $6,459    559                                                    $7,018
   Const                   $47,054    $36,533   $65,525   $30,910   $15,430                         $157,206
   Total        $0           $0       $44,782   $66,084   $30,910   $15,430     $0      $0          $157,206




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 CHATS                 -               CHATS                 NA          PIN:             -
 ID:                                   Priority:

 Project:                         Pavement Projects                      Planning Ref
                                                                              #:

   Description: Projects selected by Pavement Management System, which is administered by SCDOT.




 From:       Various Locations                        Length             NA
                                                      (Miles):

 To:         Various Locations                        Length (km):       NA


 County:     CHATS Planning Area                      Program            System Upgrade
                                                      type:

 Funding:    NHS and/or STP                           Funding            Non-Guideshare
                                                      Type:
   Comments / Status:
   See Statewide Transportation Improvement Program




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

               Prior        FY        FY       FY      FY          FY     FY      FY
                                                                                          Total TIP
               Year        2009      2010     2011    2012        2013   2014    2015
                                                                                              $0
                                                                                              $0
                                                                                              $0
   Const                                                                                      $0
   Total        $0         $0         $0      $0       $0         $0      $0      $0          $0




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 CHATS                  -              CHATS                     NA          PIN:             -
 ID:                                   Priority:

 Project:                    Intersection Safety Projects                    Planning Ref
                                                                                  #:

   Description: Projects that address safety deficiencies in the transportation system.
                   S-37 @ S-33
                   SC41 @ S-50
                   S-535 @ S-1258
                   S-28 @ S-53
                   S-53 @ S-67
                   S-28 @ S-95
                   S-51 @ S-504
                   SC 61 @ S-504
                   S-13 @ S-58


 From:        Various Locations                         Length               NA
                                                        (Miles):

 To:          Various Locations                         Length (km):         NA


 County:      CHATS Planning Area                       Program              System Upgrade
                                                        type:

 Funding:     Surface Transportation Program            Funding              Non-Guideshare
                                                        Type:
   Comments / Status:
   See Statewide Transportation Improvement Program




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior        FY       FY        FY       FY            FY     FY      FY
                                                                                              Total TIP
                Year        2009     2010      2011     2012          2013   2014    2015
       PL                            $250                                                         $250
   ROW                                         $500                                               $500
   Const                            $4,700    $3,500                                              $8,200
   Total          $0        $0      $4,950    $4,000        $0        $0      $0      $0          $8,950




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 CHATS                  -               CHATS                NA          PIN:
 ID:                                    Priority:

 Project:                   Pavement Signing & Markings                  Planning Ref
                                                                              #:

   Description: Projects that upgrade / maintain pavement marking and signing in the transportation system.




 From:        Various Locations                      Length              NA
                                                     (Miles):

 To:          Various Locations                      Length (km):        NA


 County:      CHATS Planning Area                    Program             System Upgrade
                                                     type:

 Funding:     Surface Transportation Program         Funding             Non-Guideshare
                                                     Type:
   Comments / Status:
   See Statewide Transportation Improvement Program




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior        FY        FY      FY      FY          FY     FY      FY
                                                                                             Total TIP
                Year        2009      2010    2011    2012        2013   2014    2015
                                                                                                $0
                                                                                                $0
   Const                                                                                        $0
   Total         $0          $0        $0      $0      $0         $0      $0      $0            $0




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 CHATS                  -              CHATS                  NA          PIN:
 ID:                                   Priority:

 Project:        Interstate Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)       Planning Ref
                                                                               #:

   Description: Projects that add technology equipment to the interstate system.




 From:        Various Locations                       Length              NA
                                                      (Miles):

 To:          Various Locations                       Length (km):        NA


 County:      CHATS Planning Area                     Program             System Upgrade
                                                      type:

 Funding:     Interstate Main. / STP                  Funding             Non-Guideshare
                                                      Type:
   Comments / Status:
   See Statewide Transportation Improvement Program




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior        FY       FY      FY        FY          FY     FY       FY
                                                                                           Total TIP
                Year        2009     2010    2011      2012        2013   2014     2015
                                                                                              $0
                                                                                              $0
   Const                                                                                      $0
   Total         $0         $0         $0     $0        $0         $0      $0      $0         $0




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 CHATS                                CHATS                  NA          PIN:
 ID:                                  Priority:

 Project:                   Incident Response Program                    Planning Ref
                                                                              #:

   Description: SCDOT Incident Response assists motorists whose vehicles are experiencing mechanical
 problems and provides support to emergency response teams during incidents on the interstate system.




 From:        Various Locations                      Length              NA
                                                     (Miles):

 To:          Various Locations                      Length (km):        NA


 County:      CHATS Planning Area                    Program             System Operation
                                                     type:

 Funding:     CMAQ                                   Funding             System Operation
                                                     Type:
   Comments / Status:
   SCDOT Incident Response responders make minor repairs to disabled vehicles, assist with traffic control
 and incident management, and provide first aid until emergency medical service arrives.

 See Statewide Transportation Improvement Program




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior       FY       FY       FY       FY          FY     FY      FY
                                                                                              Total TIP
                Year       2009     2010     2011     2012        2013   2014    2015
    Plan                                                                                         $0
   ROW                                                                                           $0
   Const                             700     700      700         700     700     700          $4,200
   Total          $0        $0      $700     $700     $700        $700   $700    $700          $4,200




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 CHATS                    -              CHATS                  NA          PIN:
 ID:                                     Priority:

 Project:                       Appropriation Earmarks                      Planning Ref
                                                                                 #:

   Description:




 From:       Various Locations                        Length                NA
                                                      (Miles):

 To:         Various Locations                        Length (km):          NA


 County:     CHATS Planning Area                      Program               System Upgrade
                                                      type:

 Funding:    SAFETEA-LU                               Funding               Non-Guideshare
                                                      Type:
   Comments / Status:
   See STIP Appropriation Earmarks




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                  Prior        FY       FY      FY        FY          FY     FY      FY
                                                                                             Total TIP
                  Year        2009     2010    2011      2012        2013   2014    2015
                                                                                                $0
                                                                                                $0
   Const                                                                                        $0
   Total           $0         $0        $0      $0       $0          $0      $0      $0         $0




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 CHATS                 22336             CHATS                   NA          PIN:             22336
 ID:                                     Priority:

 Project:              I-26 Widening & Interchange Improvements              Planning Ref
                                                                                  #:

   Description:
   I-26 / Remount Rd. Interchange (Exit 212)
   I-26 / Aviation Ave. Interchange (Exit 211)
   I-26 Widening from I-526 to a Point near Midland Park Rd. (S-1187).



 From:         I-526 Interchange                         Length              2.93
                                                         (Miles):

 To:           Midland Park Rd. (S-1187)                 Length (km):        4.7


 County:       Charleston County                         Program             System Upgrade
                                                         type:

 Funding:      NHS / STP                                 Funding             Non-Guideshare
                                                         Type:
    Comments / Status:
    Addition of lane capacity on I-26 with improvements to overpass structures to accommodate the additional
 lanes.




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                 Prior                            FY       FY          FY     FY      FY
                           FY 2009    FY 2010                                                    Total TIP
                 Year                            2011     2012        2013   2014    2015
                                                                                                      $0
                                                                                                      $0
   Const                   $26,600    $38,000   $5,000                                            $43,000
   Total          $0       $26,600    $38,000   $5,000     $0         $0      $0      $0          $43,000




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 CHATS                                 CHATS                   NA          PIN:
 ID:                                   Priority:

 Project:            I-526 Widening & Interchange Improvements             Planning Ref
                                                                                #:

   Description: I-526 widening and interchange capacity improvement from I-26 to SC 7.




 From:        I-26                                     Length              6.90
                                                       (Miles):

 To:          Sam Rittenberg Blvd. (SC 7)              Length (km):        11.1


 County:      Charleston County                        Program type:       System Upgrade


 Funding:     NHS / STP                                Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare

   Comments / Status:
   Addition of lane capacity on I-526 with improvements to interchange configurations to aid traffic flow.




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                 Prior      FY        FY       FY        FY          FY     FY       FY
                                                                                                 Total TIP
                 Year      2009      2010     2011      2012        2013   2014     2015
       PE                           $2,500             $2,500                                      $5,000
   ROW                                                                                               $0
   Const       $15,000                                                                               $0
   Total       $15,000      $0      $2,500     $0      $2,500       $0      $0       $0            $5,000




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CHATS ID:                            CHATS Priority:               NA         PIN:

Project:                       I-526 Interstate Maintenance                    Planning Ref #:

  Description: I-526 pavement management from mile-marker 17 to mile-marker 20 in both travel directions.




From:         MM 17                                      Length (Miles):      3.0

To:           MM 20                                      Length (km):         4.8


County:       Charleston County                          Program type:        Interstate Maintenance


Funding:      NHS IM                                     Funding Type:        Non-Guideshare

  Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


              Prior Year   FY 2009   FY 2010   FY 2011   FY 2012    FY 2013   FY 2014   FY 2015        Total TIP

      PE                              $150                                                               $150
   ROW                                                                                                    $0
   Const                             $6,500                                                             $6,500
   Total          $0         $0      $6,650       $0          $0        $0      $0         $0           $6,650




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CHATS ID:              BR-12              CHATS Priority:           NA            PIN:              BR-12

Project:                       SC-41 Bridge Replacement Project                   Planning Ref #:

  Description: Replace existing bridge on SC-41 over the Wando River




From:           Point Location                                Length (Miles):     NA

To:             Point Location                                Length (km):        NA


County:         Charleston County                             Program type:       Federal AID – Bridge Program


Funding:                                                      Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare

  Comments / Status:




                                      Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior Year     FY 2009    FY 2010   FY 2011   FY 2012   FY 2013   FY 2014   FY 2015    Total TIP

       PE                                                                                                   $0
      ROW                                                                                                   $0
      Const                                            0      $27,500   $27,500                        $55,000
      Total         $0           $0          $0        0      $27,500   $27,500     $0        $0       $55,000




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 CHATS         FOSU 10(1), 900 (1)         CHATS                    NA          PIN:      FOSU 10(1), 900 (1)
 ID:                                       Priority:

 Project:                   Fort Moultrie Visitor's Center                       Planning Ref
                                                                                      #:

  Description: The project encompasses a resurfacing of the entrance road and parking area that serves the Fort
 Moultrie National Monument.




 From:           Point Location                          Length                 NA
                                                         (Miles):

 To:             Point Location                          Length (km):           NA


 County:         Charleston County                       Program type:          Park Roads & Parkways


 Funding:        Park Roads & Parkways                   Funding Type:          Non-Guideshare

   Comments / Status:
   These improvements will be implemented under the direction of the National Parks Service.




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                    Prior      FY         FY      FY          FY          FY      FY      FY
                                                                                                    Total TIP
                    Year      2009       2010    2011        2012        2013    2014    2015
        PE                                                                                               $0
       ROW                                                                                               $0
       Const                             $564                                                           $564
       Total         $0        $0        $564     $0         $0          $0      $0       $0            $564



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 CHATS                                   CHATS                  NA          PIN:
 ID:                                     Priority:

 Project:                 Edisto Island National Scenic Byway                Planning Ref
                               Turnouts & Water Access                            #:

 Description: An award from the FHWA National Scenic Byway program has been received in the amount of
 $269,280 to construct byway turnouts and recreational access on the Edisto Island National Scenic Byway
 located in Charleston, South Carolina. Funds will provide a pullover area near Russell Creek and areas to pull
 over and park at the Sand Creek and Store Creek bridges to access water recreation.




 From:         US 174                                   Length
                                                        (Miles):

 To:           US 17 / Edisto Island                    Length (km):


 County:       Charleston County                        Program type:       System Upgrade


 Funding:      National Scenic Byway Program            Funding Type:       Surface Transportation Program

   Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                  Prior       FY        FY       FY       FY          FY      FY       FY
                                                                                                 Total TIP
                  Year       2009      2010     2011     2012        2013    2014     2015
       PE                                                                                            $0
    ROW                                                                                              $0
    Const                                               $269                                       $269
    Total          $0         $0        $0       $0     $269         $0       $0       $0          $269




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 CHATS                                   CHATS                 NA          PIN:
 ID:                                     Priority:

 Project:                Edisto Island National Scenic Byway                Planning Ref
                                   Bicycle Facilities                            #:

 Description: An award from the FHWA National Scenic Byway program has been received in the amount of
 $635,000 to construct an extension of the existing bike lanes along the Edisto Island National Scenic Byway
 that starts at Edisto Beach and currently terminate at the Colleton County line. The Edisto Island National
 Scenic Byway located in Charleston County, South Carolina. Four-foot wide lanes, located on both sides of the
 road will accommodate both bike and pedestrian usage allowing byway travelers to travel safely from the beach
 to the Botany Bay Plantation Wildlife Management Area. The new extension's first phase will start at Palmetto
 Road and end at the intersection of Botany Bay Road in Charleston County.



 From:         US 174                                  Length
                                                       (Miles):

 To:           US 17 / Edisto Island                   Length (km):


 County:       Charleston County                       Program type:       System Upgrade


 Funding:      National Scenic Byway Program           Funding Type:       Surface Transportation Program

   Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                 Prior       FY         FY      FY       FY          FY      FY       FY
                                                                                                Total TIP
                 Year       2009       2010    2011     2012        2013    2014     2015
       PE                                                                                           $0
    ROW                                                                                             $0
    Const                                               $635                                       $635
    Total          $0        $0        $0       $0      $635        $0       $0       $0           $635




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 CHATS                                   CHATS                NA          PIN:            SC FH 204(1)
 ID:                                     Priority:

 Project:                 Wambaw Cycle Trail Hardening                     Planning Ref
                                                                                #:

   Description: Hardening of the Wambaw cycle trail




 From:        US 17                                   Length              4.5
                                                      (Miles):

 To:          Charleston / Berkeley County line       Length (km):        7.2


 County:      Charleston County                       Program type:       System Upgrade


 Funding:     2008 Recreational Trails                Funding Type:
              USDA Forest Service
   Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior       FY        FY        FY      FY          FY      FY      FY
                                                                                                Total TIP
                Year       2009      2010      2011    2012        2013    2014    2015
       PE                                                                                          $0
    ROW                                                                                            $0
    Const                            $195                                                         $195
    Total        $0         $0       $195       $0      $0         $0       $0      $0            $195




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 CHATS            SC FH 204(1)           CHATS                NA          PIN:            SC FH 204(1)
 ID:                                     Priority:

 Project:                   Wannamaker Nature Trails                       Planning Ref
                                                                                #:

   Description:




 From:                                                Length
                                                      (Miles):

 To:                                                  Length (km):


 County:      Charleston County                       Program type:       System Upgrade


 Funding:     2008 Recreational Trails                Funding Type:
              USDA Forest Service
   Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                  Prior     FY        FY        FY      FY          FY     FY       FY
                                                                                                Total TIP
                  Year     2009      2010      2011    2012        2013   2014     2015
       PE                                                                                          $0
    ROW                                                                                            $0
    Const                             $75                                                         $75
    Total          $0       $0        $75       $0      $0         $0      $0       $0            $75



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 CHATS            SC FH 204(1)           CHATS                NA          PIN:            SC FH 204(1)
 ID:                                     Priority:

 Project:     West Ashley Greenway – 3 Pipes bridge replacement            Planning Ref
                                                                                #:

   Description:




 From:        US 17                                   Length              4.5
                                                      (Miles):

 To:          Charleston / Berkeley County line       Length (km):        7.2


 County:      Charleston County                       Program type:       System Upgrade


 Funding:     2008 Recreational Trails                Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare
              USDA Forest Service
   Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                  Prior     FY        FY        FY      FY          FY      FY      FY
                                                                                                Total TIP
                  Year     2009      2010      2011    2012        2013    2014    2015
       PE                                                                                          $0
    ROW                                                                                            $0
    Const                            $121                                                         $121
    Total          $0       $0       $121       $0      $0         $0       $0      $0            $121


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 CHATS          SC FH 204(1)           CHATS                 NA          PIN:            SC FH 204(1)
 ID:                                   Priority:

 Project:                 Steed Creek Rd. (S-1032/S-133)                  Planning Ref
                                                                               #:

   Description: Resurfacing and safety improvements on Steed Creek Road (S-1032/S-133).




 From:        US 17                                  Length              4.5
                                                     (Miles):

 To:          Charleston / Berkeley County line      Length (km):        7.2


 County:      Charleston County                      Program type:       System Upgrade


 Funding:     Public Lands Highway - Forest          Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare
              Highway
   Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior       FY        FY       FY      FY          FY      FY      FY
                                                                                               Total TIP
                Year       2009      2010     2011    2012        2013    2014    2015
       PE                                                                                         $0
    ROW                                                                                           $0
    Const                  $244     $3,000                                                      $3,000
    Total        $0         $0      $3,000     $0      $0         $0       $0      $0           $3,000




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                                                      State Infrastructure Bank Projects
State Infrastructure Bank Projects




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 CHATS                33537             CHATS                     NA          PIN:             33537
 ID:                                    Priority:

 Project:                     Bridge at the Cooper River                      Planning Ref
                                                                                   #:

   Description: Demolition of the Grace Memorial and Pearman Memorial Bridges over the Cooper River.




 From:       Point Location                            Length                 NA
                                                       (Miles):

 To:         Point Location                            Length (km):           NA




 Funding:    State Infrastructure Bank / Bonds         Funding                Non-Guideshare
                                                       Type:
   Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

               Prior                   FY       FY          FY          FY     FY      FY
                          FY 2009                                                                Total TIP
               Year                   2010     2011        2012        2013   2014    2015
       PE                                                                                              $0
   ROW                                                                                                 $0
   Const                  $20,000                                                                      $0
   Total         $0       $20,000      $0        $0        $0          $0      $0      $0              $0




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                        American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
                                           Projects
ARRA Projects




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CHATS ID:                             CHATS Priority:             NA          PIN:


Project:                    Bridge Replacement & Rehab Projects               Planning Ref #:


   Description: Projects are selected by Bridge Management System, which is administered by SCDOT.




From:          Point Location                             Length (Miles):     NA


To:            Point Location                             Length (km):        NA


County:                                                   Program type:       System Upgrade


Funding:       ARRA                                       Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare
   Comments / Status:
   BRICKYARD ROAD (S-1958)




                                 Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                         FY         FY      FY          FY      FY       FY
               Prior Year   FY 2009                                                              Total TIP
                                        2010       2011    2012        2013    2014     2015
       PE                                                                                            $0
      ROW                                                                                            $0
      Const                  $1,100                                                                  $0
      Total        $0        $1,100      $0        $0       $0         $0       $0       $0          $0




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CHATS ID:                                 CHATS                    NA          PIN:
                                          Priority:

Project:                      Pavement Resurfacing Projects                    Planning Ref #:
  Description: Projects are selected by Pavement Quality Management System, which is administered by
SCDOT.
    S-6 (FROM S-243 TO US 52)
    S-791 (FROM S-1142 TO US 52)
    S-1958 (FROM S-361 TO S-35)
    US 52 (FROM S-539 TO S-276)
    S-35 (FROM S-107 TO S-113)
    S-20 (FROM S-54 TO S-2143)
    S-894 (FROM SC 7 TO N. CHAS CITY LIMIT)
    S-233 (FROM SC 27 TO DEAD END)
    S-58 (FROM S-22 TO S-13)
    US 17 ALT (FROM SUMMERVILLE TOWN LIMIT TO S-211)
    US 176 (0.07 mi N of S-993 to 0.88 mi S of S-993)
    S-29 (S-503 TO A POINT NEAR S-136)
    S-20 (S-2134 to SC 700)
    S-1025 (US Naval Gate to 0.05 mi S of S-1217)
    US 52 (SC 642 to Railroad Crossing)
    US 52 (SC 642 to Near S-291)
    SC 642 (S-62 to Chas. Co. Line)


From:          Various Locations                         Length (Miles):
To:            Various Locations                         Length (km):


County:        CHATS Planning Area                       Program type:         Resurfacing


Funding:       ARRA                                      Funding Type:         Non-Guideshare
   Comments / Status:




                               Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                        FY        FY        FY           FY      FY       FY      Total
               Prior Year   FY 2009
                                       2010      2011      2012         2013    2014     2015     TIP
     PE                                                                                            $0
    ROW                                                                                            $0
    Const                   $10,026                                                                $0
    Total         $0        $10,026     $0        $0          $0        $0       $0          $0    $0

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CHATS ID:                   -             CHATS Priority:               NA           PIN:              -


Project:                 Interstate Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)          Planning Ref #:


   Description: Projects that add technology equipment to the interstate system.




From:           Various Locations                              Length (Miles):       NA

To:             Various Locations                              Length (km):          NA


County:         CHATS Planning Area                            Program type:         System Upgrade


Funding:        ARRA                                           Funding Type:         Non-Guideshare
   Comments / Status:
I-526 Fiber Optic Cable. See Statewide Transportation Improvement Program for project in other areas of the
State




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                                                  FY           FY      FY       FY
                Prior Year      FY 2009   FY 2010    FY 2011                                               Total TIP
                                                                 2012         2013    2014     2015
                                                                                                              $0
                                                                                                              $0
      Const                     $900*                                                                         $0
      Total         $0           $900        $0        $0         $0          $0       $0       $0            $0
* Funding Amount indicates improvements in multiple areas of the state




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CHATS ID:                 -            CHATS Priority:              NA          PIN:               -


Project:                       Pavement Signing & Markings                       Planning Ref #:


   Description: Projects that upgrade / maintain pavement marking and signing in the transportation system.




From:           Various Locations                           Length (Miles):

To:             Various Locations                           Length (km):


County:         CHATS Planning Area                         Program type:       System Upgrade


Funding:        ARRA                                        Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare
   Comments / Status:
   I-526 MARKING PROJECT




                                 Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                               FY         FY        FY        FY          FY      FY        FY
                Prior Year                                                                             Total TIP
                              2009       2010      2011      2012        2013    2014      2015
                                                                                                          $0
                                                                                                          $0
      Const                   $385                                                                        $0
      Total         $0        $385        $0        $0        $0         $0       $0        $0            $0




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CHATS ID:                    -                CHATS                    NA          PIN:               -
                                              Priority:

Project:                              Interstate Maintenance                        Planning Ref #:


   Description: Funds will be used to maintain Federally-designated interstate facilities.




From:           Various Locations                              Length (Miles):     NA

To:             Various Locations                              Length (km):        NA


County:         CHATS Planning Area                            Program type:       System Upgrade


Funding:        ARRA                                           Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare
   Comments / Status:
   I-26 EAST BOUND MM 209- MM 217
   I-26 WEST BOUND MM 209 - MM 219




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                             FY        FY        FY          FY       FY       FY         Total
                Prior Year       FY 2009
                                            2010      2011      2012        2013     2014     2015        TIP
                                                                                                           $0
                                                                                                           $0
      Const                      $12,000                                                                   $0
      Total         $0           $12,000    $0         $0        $0         $0        $0       $0          $0




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CHATS ID:                   -             CHATS Priority:                  NA          PIN:              -


Project:                            Interstate 26 Rehabilitation                       Planning Ref #:


   Description:
   Facility Maintenance from Mile Marker 212-219




From:          I-526 Interchange                                   Length (Miles):     2.93

To:            Midland Park Rd. (S-1187)                           Length (km):        4.7


County:        CHATS Planning Area                                 Program type:       System Upgrade


Funding:       ARRA                                                Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare
   Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                                        FY           FY          FY      FY       FY
               Prior Year       FY 2009   FY 2010                                                            Total TIP
                                                       2011         2012        2013    2014     2015
                                                                                                                $0
                                                                                                                $0
      Const                     $14,662   $15,829                                                            $15,829
      Total        $0           $14,662   $15,829       $0           $0         $0       $0       $0         $15,829




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CHATS ID:                -             CHATS Priority:              NA          PIN:              -


Project:                     Transit Capital Improvement Projects               Planning Ref #:


  Description: Funding will be used to construct bus shelters system-wide, rehabilitate/renovation the CARTA
maintenance facility, and purchase eleven replacement transit vehicles.




From:          Various Locations                            Length (Miles):     NA


To:            Various Locations                            Length (km):        NA


County:        CARTA Service Area                           Program type:       System Upgrade


Funding:       ARRA                                         Funding Type:       Non-Guideshare
  Comments / Status:
  Total Funding of $6,479 in 2009. System rehab of bus shelters - $725. Maintenance Facility
rehab/renovation - $1,000. Vehicle replacement - $4,754 (cost in thousands)




                                 Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                          FY         FY       FY          FY      FY       FY         Total
               Prior Year    FY 2009
                                         2010       2011     2012        2013    2014     2015        TIP
       PE                                                                                              $0
      ROW                                                                                              $0
      Const                  $6,479                                                                    $0
      Total        $0        $6,479       $0         $0       $0         $0       $0       $0          $0




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  CHATS ID:               -            CHATS Priority:              19          PIN:               -


  Project:                     Johnnie Dodds Boulevard (US 17)                  Planning Ref #:


    Description: Capacity improvements from Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge to the I-526 Interchange




  From:         Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge                    Length (Miles):    2.85


  To:           I-526                                        Length (km):       4.59


  County:       Charleston County                            Program type:      System Upgrade


  Funding:      Transportation Sales Tax                     Funding Type:      Sales Tax
    Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                  Prior         FY                                        FY      FY         FY         Total
                                       FY 2010     FY 2011   FY 2012
                  Year         2009                                      2013    2014       2015        TIP
        PE                    $2,707    $638                                                            $638
     ROW                               $5,000       $2,000                                             $7,000
     Const                             $18,500     $25,375   $14,875                                   $58,750

     Total         $0         $2,707   $24,138     $27,375   $14,875     $0       $0        $0         $66,388

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CHATS ID:                  -            CHATS               19          PIN:                      -
                                        Priority:

Project:                       Maybank Highway (SC 700)                 Planning Ref #:

   Description: The existing roadway will be widened from a two-lane section to a four-lane / five-lane section
 with accommodations for bicycles and pedestrians.




From:           Stono River                          Length (Miles): 3.80


To:             Main Rd.                             Length (km):       6.1


County:         Charleston County                    Program type: System Upgrade


Funding:        Surface Transportation Program       Funding Type: Guideshare & Sales Tax

    Comments / Status:
    Maybank Highway is a minor arterial that serves as the main traffic artery for Johns Island. 2030 traffic
 estimates for this corridor exceed 32,000 vehicles a day. To maintain the aesthetic integrity of this area, the LRTP
 recommends improving this section of Maybank Highway from 2 lanes to 4 lanes with a tree-lined plantable
 median. Other on-road facilities include bike facilities and sidewalks on at least one side.


                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior Year FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015                Total TIP

       PE                                                                                               $0
      ROW                                                                                               $0
      Const                                                    $2,000                                 $2,000
  P (Local)                           $589                                                             $589
Row (Local)                          $5,500                                                           $5,500
Const (Local)                                 $2,852 $10,000 $9,848                                   $22,700
      Total        $0          $0    $6,089 $2,852 $10,000 $11,848        $0       $0                 $30,789


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CHATS ID:                                     CHATS                  4          PIN:
                                              Priority:

Project:                               Dorchester Road (SC 642)                  Planning
                                                                                  Ref #:

  Description: Widening the existing 2-lane section to 4 lanes with left and right turn lane on Dorchester Road
(SC Route 642) from Trolley Road (S-199) to US Route 17-A.




From:                       Trolley Rd. (S-199)               Length            5.30
                                                              (Miles):

To:                         US 17 Alternative                 Length            8.5
                                                              (km):

County:                     Dorchester County                 Program           System Upgrade
                                                              type:

Funding:                    Surface Transportation            Funding           Local Sales Tax
                            Program                           Type:
   Comments / Status:
   From Trolley Road to US 17A (map ID#20), it is projected that Dorchester Road will carry between 14,000
and 33,000 vehicles a day by 2030. It is recommended to widen this section of Dorchester Road from 2 lanes to 4
lanes with a plantable median. Sidewalks should be provided on at least one side of the roadway, and crosswalks
should be provided at key signalized intersections.




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                            Prior      FY     FY       FY       FY        FY     FY      FY
                                                                                                  Total TIP
                            Year      2009   2010     2011     2012      2013   2014    2015
            PE                                                                                       $0
           ROW                                                                                       $0
           Const                                     16080                                           $0
           Total             $0       $0     $0      $16080     $0       $0      $0      $0        $16080



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CHATS ID:                -            CHATS Priority:                NA          PIN:               -


Project:                      MUSC Roadway Enhancements                          Planning Ref #:


   Description: Project provides roadway, pedestrian, and transit access improvement around the MUSC site.




From:           Streets surrounding MUSC                     Length (Miles):     0.42


To:             Streets surrounding MUSC                     Length (km):        0.67


County:         Charleston County                            Program type:       High Priority Project


Funding:        Transportation Sales Tax                     Funding Type:       SAFETEA-LU Earmark /
                                                                                 Sales Tax
   Comments / Status:




                                Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                               FY           FY         FY      FY          FY      FY        FY          Total
                Prior Year
                              2009         2010       2011    2012        2013    2014      2015         TIP
       PE                    $282                                                                         $0
      ROW                    $400                                                                         $0
      Const                            $5,500                                                            $5,500
      Total        $0        $682      $5,500         $0       $0         $0       $0        $0          $5,500




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CHATS ID:                 -             CHATS Priority:              NA             PIN:                -

Project:         Jedburg Rd. Interchange, I-26 Widening, I-26 Frontage Roads,        Planning Ref
                         and construction of the Sheep Island Parkway                     #:
Description:
Element 1 – Widening of I-26 - I-26 currently transitions from six lanes to four lanes at milepost 198.4, just after
Exit 199 (U.S. 17A). The proposed widening would extend 6-lane operations a distance of 3.94 miles to the Jedburg
Road (Exit 194). The existing Sheep Island Road Bridge will be removed as part of the proposed project.

Element 2 – New I-26 Interchange - The proposed interchange with I-26 and Sheep Island Parkway would be
located at milepost 197.7, which is 1.3 miles west of the I-26 / U.S. 17A Interchange and 3.3 miles east of the
Jedburg Road Interchange.
Element 3 – Sheep Island Road Bridge Removal - The existing 2-lane Sheep Island Road Bridge is classified as
functionally obsolete by SCDOT and FHWA standards. Constructed in 1961, it currently has both horizontal and
vertical clearance deficiencies and approach safety features that do not meet today’s standards.

Element 4 – Frontage Road Improvements - The proposed project will include construction of four new 2-lane
frontage roads along the interstate. Frontage roads A and B will be located on the eastbound side of I-26, while
frontage roads C and D will be located on the westbound side.
Element 5 –Sheep Island Parkway - Sheep Island Parkway will be a 4-lane, divided roadway in some areas, and a
5-lane facility in others.
Element 6 –Reconstruction of Jedburg Road Interchange - Exit 194 at Jedburg Road will not function
adequately when all developments planned in the area are built. Consequently the interchange will be replaced.


From:           I-26 Exit 199                               Length (Miles):         5

To:             I-26 Exit 194                               Length (km):            8.05

County:         Berkeley County                             Program type:           System Upgrade

Funding:        Transportation Impact Fee               Funding Type:               SAFETEA-LU Earmark
                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                  Prior                                       FY                      FY       FY
                              FY 2009   FY 2010   FY 2011              FY 2013                          Total TIP
                  Year                                       2012                    2014     2015
       PE                      $3,000    $6,000                                                              $6,000
      ROW                     $29,600    $1,400                                                              $1,400
      Const                             $20,000   $68,300                                                   $88,300
      Total        $0         $32,600   $27,400   $68,300     $0           $0           $0     $0           $95,700



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CHATS                  -             CHATS Priority:                NA            PIN:                -
ID:


Project:                          US 17 (Septima Clark Pkwy)                      Planning Ref
                                                                                       #:

   Description: Project seeks to improve safety and operations of the facility, including drainage improvements.




From:        End of I-26                                   Length (Miles):        0.92


To:          Ashley River Bridges                          Length (km):           1.48


County:      Charleston County                             Program type:


Funding:  USDOT TIGER Program, City of                     Funding Type:
          Charleston, SCDOT Federal Match
          Program, and Innovative Financing
   Comments / Status:




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


               Prior        FY                                                      FY      FY
                                   FY 2010    FY 2011     FY 2012      FY 2013                        Total TIP
               Year        2009                                                    2014    2015
      PE                                                                                                  $0
   ROW                                                                                                    $0
   Const                                      $12,500     $25,000     $118,800                        $156,300
   Total        $0         $0         $0      $12,500     $25,000     $118,800      $0      $0        $156,300


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CHATS                   -             CHATS Priority:                    NA             PIN:           -
ID:


Project:                           Henry Brown Blvd Extension                           Planning Ref
                                                                                             #:

   Description: The project is a system capacity, new alignment project.




From:         Liberty Hall Rd                                 Length (Miles):           N/A


To:           Red Bank Road                                   Length (km):              N/A


County:       Berkeley County                                 Program type:


Funding:    Berkeley County Sales Tax &                       Funding Type:
            Federal Earmark
   Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior        FY                                                          FY      FY
                                    FY 2010      FY 2011       FY 2012        FY 2013                  Total TIP
                Year        2009                                                        2014    2015
 SAFETEA-
    LU                                                                        $5,974                       $5,974
  Earmark
      PL                              $190         $160                                                     $350
   ROW                                                         $1,500                                      $1,500
   Const                                                                      $21,150                      $21,150
   Total          $0        $0        $190         $160        $1,500         $27,124    $0     $0         $28,974

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CHATS                   -             CHATS Priority:                  NA             PIN:           -
ID:


Project:                      Henry Brown Blvd Extension Phase II                     Planning Ref
                                                                                           #:

   Description: This is a Context Sensitive Capacity Improvement.




From:         Liberty Hall Rd                               Length (Miles):           N/A


To:           US 52                                         Length (km):              N/A


County:       Berkeley County                               Program type:


Funding:    Berkeley County Sales Tax &                     Funding Type:
            Federal Earmark
   Comments / Status:



Additional Project


                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior        FY                                                        FY      FY
                                    FY 2010     FY 2011      FY 2012        FY 2013                  Total TIP
                Year        2009                                                      2014    2015
 SAFETEA-
    LU                                                                                                     0
  Earmark
      PL                                         $2,000                                                  $2,000
   ROW                                                                                                     0
   Const                                                                                                   0
   Total         $0         $0         $0        $2,000         $0            $0       $0     $0         $2,000


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CHATS                   -             CHATS Priority:                  NA             PIN:           -
ID:


Project:                         Mark Clark Expressway Extension                      Planning Ref
                                                                                           #:

   Description: This is a Context Sensitive new alignment system capacity improvement.




From:         US 17                                         Length (Miles):


To:           SC 171                                        Length (km):


County:       Charleston County                             Program type:


Funding:    Charleston County Sales Tax &                   Funding Type:
            State Infrastructure Bank Funding
   Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior        FY                                                        FY      FY
                                    FY 2010     FY 2011      FY 2012        FY 2013                  Total TIP
                Year        2009                                                      2014    2015
 SAFETEA-
    LU                                                                                                     0
  Earmark
      PL                                                                                                   $0
   ROW
   Const                                        $79,329                                                  $79,328
   Total         $0         $0         $0       $79,329        $0             $0       $0     $0         $79,329




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CHATS ID:                 -            CHATS Priority:              NA          PIN:              -


Project:                       Clements Ferry Road – Phase I                    Planning Ref #:


   Description: Context- sensitive capacity improvement project.




From:          I-526                                        Length (Miles): 3.77


To:            Jack Primus Road                             Length (km): 6.07


County:        Berkeley County                              Program type:


Funding:      Berkeley County Locally Funded Sales          Funding Type:
              Tax
   Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                  Prior        FY                    FY       FY                    FY     FY
                                       FY 2010                       FY 2013                      Total TIP
                  Year        2009                  2011     2012                  2014   2015
      PL                                 $125       $160                                               $285
    ROW                                             $250     $465                                      $715
    Const                                                            $18,000                          $18,000
    Total          $0         $0         $125       $410     $465    $18,000       $0     $0          $19,000




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CHATS ID:                               CHATS Priority:               NA          PIN:


Project:                            Delmar Highway (SC 165)                       Planning Ref #:


   Description: Safety improvement along roadway




From:          Ashley River Rd (SC 61)                        Length (Miles):


To:            Ashley River HS                                Length (km):


County:        Dorchester County                              Program type:


Funding:       Local Funding                                  Funding Type:
   Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                 Prior       FY                      FY         FY          FY      FY       FY
                                        FY 2010                                                     Total TIP
                 Year       2009                    2011       2012        2013    2014     2015
      PL                                   $0        $0                                                $0
    ROW                                              $0         $0                                     $0
    Const                                                     $2,250        0                        $2,250
    Total         $0           $0          $0        $0       $2,250       $0      $0       $0       $2,250




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Federal Transit Administration Projects




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  CHATS ID:                  -                 CHATS                     NA            PIN:               -
                                               Priority:

  Project:                  Transit Formula Funds for Large Urban Areas                Planning Ref #:

     Description: Federal funding for transit service in Census defined large urban areas. Resources are allocated
  to the designed recipient for the urban area with oversight from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). The
  designated recipient for the CHATS area is the Charleston Area Regional Transit Authority (CARTA).




  From:           NA                                            Length (Miles):        NA


  To:             NA                                            Length (km):           NA


  County:         CHATS Planning Area                           Program type:          FTA Section 5307


  Funding:        FTA Section 5307                              Funding Type:          Transit

     Comments / Status:
     Eligible projects include planning, engineering design and evaluation of transit projects and other technical
  transportation-related studies; capital investments in bus and bus-related activities such as replacement of buses,
  overhaul of buses, rebuilding of buses, crime prevention and security equipment and construction of
  maintenance and passenger facilities; and capital investments in new and existing fixed guideway systems
  including rolling stock, overhaul and rebuilding of vehicles, track, signals, communications, and computer
  hardware and software. All preventive maintenance and some Americans With Disabilities Act complementary
  paratransit service are considered capital costs.



                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                    Prior          FY        FY         FY        FY            FY       FY        FY          Total
                    Year          2009      2010       2011      2012          2013     2014      2015         TIP
        Local                                                                                                   $0
        State                                                                                                   $0
    Federal                      $4,879    $4,769    $5,008     $5,258        $5,521   $5,797    $6,087       $32,440
        Total          $0        $4,879    $4,769    $5,008     $5,258        $5,521   $5,797    $6,087       $32,440


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CHATS ID:                 -                 CHATS                     NA          PIN:               -
                                            Priority:

Project:                        Bus and Bus-Related Facilities                    Planning Ref #:

  Description: Federal discretionary funding for transit facilities. Resources are allocated by Congress to the
designed recipient for the urban area with oversight from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). The
designated recipient for the CHATS area is the Charleston Area Regional Transit Authority (CARTA).




From:           NA                                           Length (Miles):      NA


To:             NA                                           Length (km):         NA


County:         CHATS Planning Area                          Program type:        FTA Section 5309


Funding:        FTA Section 5309                             Funding Type:        Transit

   Comments / Status:
   .




                                 Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY        FY         FY        FY           FY      FY        FY         Total
                Prior Year
                               2009      2010       2011      2012         2013    2014      2015        TIP
      Local                                                                                               $0
      State                                                                                               $0
   Federal                    $475                $6,020                                                 $6,495

      Total          $0       $475        $0      $6,020         $0        $0       $0        $0         $6,495



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CHATS ID:                 -                 CHATS                     NA          PIN:               -
                                            Priority:

Project:                        Bus and Bus-Related Facilities                     Planning Ref #:

   Description: State discretionary funding for transit vehicle acquisition allocated by Congress.




From:           NA                                           Length (Miles):      NA


To:             NA                                           Length (km):         NA


County:         CHATS Planning Area                          Program type:        FTA Section 5309


Funding:        FTA Section 5309                             Funding Type:        Transit

   Comments / Status:
   Capital project – Statewide Vehicle Acquisition Fund




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY         FY        FY         FY          FY       FY        FY        Total
                Prior Year
                               2009       2010      2011       2012        2013     2014      2015       TIP
      Local                                                                                               $0
      State                                                                                               $0
   Federal                                         $2,412                                                $2,412

      Total          $0         $0         $0      $2,412        $0        $0        $0        $0        $2,412




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  CHATS ID:                 -                  CHATS                    NA           PIN:                -
                                               Priority:

  Project:                      FTA Alternatives Analysis Program                    Planning Ref #:


    Description: The program provides assistance in financing the evaluation of all reasonable modal and
  multimodal alternatives and general alignment options for identified transportation needs in a particular,
  broadly defined travel corridor.




  From:           NA                                            Length (Miles):      NA


  To:             NA                                            Length (km):         NA


  County:         CHATS Planning Area                           Program type:        FTA Section 5339


  Funding:        FTA Section 5339                              Funding Type:        Transit

     Comments / Status:
     This discretionary grant was awarded to the BCD Council of Governments to develop a transit module for
  the regional travel demand model. Subsequently, the I-26 corridor will be studied for a transit alternative that
  mitigates congestion in the corridor.


                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                  FY         FY         FY        FY          FY       FY         FY         Total
                  Prior Year
                                 2009       2010       2011      2012        2013     2014       2015        TIP
        Local                     $82                                                                          $0

        State                                                                                                  $0
     Federal                     $328                            $360                                          $0

        Total          $0        $410        $0         $0      $$360        $0        $0         $0         $360



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  CHATS ID:                 -                 CHATS                    NA          PIN:                -
                                              Priority:

  Project:                  Job Access and Reverse Commute Projects                 Planning Ref #:


     Description: Federal funding for transit service in Census defined large urban areas. Resources are
  allocated to the designed recipient for the urban area with oversight from the Federal Transit Administration
  (FTA). The designated recipient for this program is the BCD Council of Governments. Funding will be
  awarded by competitive selection.




  From:           NA                                          Length (Miles):      NA


  To:             NA                                          Length (km):         NA


  County:         CHATS Planning Area                         Program type:        FTA Section 5316


  Funding:        FTA Section 5316                            Funding Type:        Transit

    Comments / Status:
    Trident Area Agency on Aging and CARTA are the recipient of the funds for FY08.



                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                 FY         FY         FY        FY          FY       FY        FY         Total
                  Prior Year
                                2009       2010       2011      2012        2013     2014      2015        TIP
        Local                                                                                               $0

        State                                                                                               $0
     Federal                    $318       $294       $563      $306                                       $1,163

        Total          $0       $318       $294       $563      $306        $0        $0        $0         $1,163




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CHATS ID:                 -                 CHATS                    NA           PIN:
                                            Priority:

Project:                              New Freedom Program                         Planning Ref #:

   Description: Federal funding for transit service in Census defined large urban areas. Resources are
allocated to the designed recipient for the urban area with oversight from the Federal Transit Administration
(FTA). The designated recipient for this program is the BCD Council of Governments. Funding will be
awarded by competitive selection.




From:           NA                                           Length (Miles):      NA


To:             NA                                           Length (km):         NA


County:         CHATS Planning Area                          Program type:        FTA Section 5317


Funding:        FTA Section 5317                             Funding Type:        Transit

   Comments / Status:
   Trident Area Agency on Aging and CARTA are the recipient of the funds for FY08.




                                 Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY         FY        FY        FY          FY       FY        FY        Total
                Prior Year
                               2009       2010      2011      2012        2013     2014      2015       TIP
      Local                                                                                               $0
      State                                                                                               $0
   Federal                    $185        $162      $317      $174                                       $653
      Total          $0       $185        $162      $317      $174        $0        $0         $0        $653


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CHATS ID:             -           CHATS Priority:             NA         PIN:                 -


Project:                     Railroad Avenue Extension                   Planning Ref #:

   Description: Project extends Railroad Ave. in the City of Hanahan to connect two portions of the
  municipality.




From:         Eagle Landing Blvd.                   Length (Miles): 0.52


To:           Mabeline Rd.                          Length (km):         0.84


County:       Berkeley County                       Program type: High Priority Project


Funding:    SAFETEA-LU Priority Project,            Funding Type: SAFETEA-LU Earmark
            Berkeley Co. Sales Tax, State Funds
      Comments / Status:
      SCDOT is managing this project.
      SAFETEA-LU # 416




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


              Prior Year FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015              Total TIP

      Local                                                    $8,200                             $8,200
      State                                                                                        $0
   Federal                $272       $0                        $1,706                             $1,706
  Earmark                            $0                        $4,000                             $4,000
      Total      $0       $272        0      $0          $0    $13,906     $0      $0         $13,906




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CHATS                   -                  CHATS                 NA          PIN:                    -
ID:                                        Priority:

Project:                    Berlin Myers Interchange Extension               Planning Ref
                                                                                  #:

   Description: Project extends the Berlin Myers Pkwy. in the Town of Summerville.




From:         US 17 Alternative                         Length               1.58
                                                        (Miles):

To:           N. Maple St. (S-18-131)                   Length (km):         2.55


County:       Dorchester County                         Program type:        High Priority Project


Funding:      SAFETEA-LU                                Funding              SAFETEA-LU Earmark
                                                        Type:
   Comments / Status:
   SAFETEA-LU # 441 - New Alignment




                                      Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                Prior          FY         FY      FY      FY           FY     FY        FY
                                                                                                     Total TIP
                Year          2009       2010    2011    2012         2013   2014      2015
   Local                                                                                                 $0
   State                                                                                                 $0
  Federal                    $1,088                                                                      $0
   Total         $0          $1,088      $0       $0      $0          $0       $0       $0               $0




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CHATS ID:               -          CHATS Priority:           NA        PIN:                    -


Project:                    MUSC Roadway Enhancements                  Planning Ref #:

      Description: Project provides roadway, pedestrian, and transit access improvement around the MUSC site.




From:          Streets surrounding MUSC              Length (Miles): 0.42


To:            Streets surrounding MUSC              Length (km):      0.67


County:        Charleston County                     Program type:     High Priority Project


Funding:       SAFETEA-LU                            Funding Type: SAFETEA-LU Earmark

      Comments / Status:
      SAFETEA-LU # 995




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


               Prior Year FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015              Total TIP

      Local                                                                                         $0
      State                                                                                         $0
   Federal                                                                                          $0
      Const                         $9,100                                                         $9,100
      Total        $0        $0     $9,100     $0       $0        $0      $0       $0              $9,100




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CHATS                  -               CHATS                  NA          PIN:                    -
ID:                                    Priority:

Project:                   US 17 / Bowman Rd. Interchange                 Planning Ref
                                                                               #:

 Description: The construction of interchange at the intersection of US 17 and Bowman Rd. in the Town of
Mount Pleasant that improves traffic flow.




From:        Point Location                           Length              NA
                                                      (Miles):

To:          Point Location                           Length (km):        NA


County:      Charleston County                        Program type:       High Priority Project


Funding:     SAFETEA-LU                               Funding             SAFETEA-LU Earmark
                                                      Type:
   Comments / Status:
   SAFETEA-LU # 1238




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

               Prior         FY       FY       FY       FY          FY     FY        FY
                                                                                                  Total TIP
               Year         2009     2010     2011     2012        2013   2014      2015
   Local                   $163      $741     $722                                                    $1,463
   State                                                                                               $0
  Federal                  $816     $3,704   $3,612                                                   $7,316
   Total        $0         $816     $3,704   $3,612    $0          $0       $0       $0               $8,779




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CHATS                     -                  CHATS                    NA             PIN:               -
ID:                                          Priority:

Project:                                Port Access Road                              Planning Ref
                                                                                           #:

   Description: The construction of road facility to connect the new port terminal to I-26.




From:         New Port Location                              Length (Miles):         1.17


To:           I-26                                           Length (km):            1.89


County:       Charleston County                              Program type:           High Priority Project


Funding:      SAFETEA-LU                                     Funding Type:           SAFETEA-LU Earmark

   Comments / Status:
   SAFETEA-LU # 4872




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                Prior                       FY       FY        FY                      FY      FY
                              FY 2009                                    FY 2013                        Total TIP
                Year                       2010     2011      2012                    2014    2015
   Local                      $10,000                                                                         $0
   State                                                                                                      $0
  Federal                     $15,456                                   $151,544                        $151,544
   Total         $0             $0          $0       $0        $0       $151,544       $0      $0       $151,544




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CHATS ID:               -                  CHATS                  NA          PIN:               -
                                           Priority:

Project:                Demolition of the Old Cooper River Bridges            Planning Ref #:

   Description: Demolition of the Grace Memorial and Pearman Memorial Bridges over the Cooper River.




From:          Point Location                             Length (Miles):     NA


To:            Point Location                             Length (km):        NA


County:        Charleston County                          Program type:       High Priority Project


Funding:       SAFETEA-LU                                 Funding Type:       SAFETEA-LU Earmark

   Comments / Status:
   SAFETEA-LU # 4881




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                 FY      FY        FY       FY          FY      FY        FY          Total
               Prior Year
                                2009    2010      2011     2012        2013    2014      2015         TIP
      Local                                                                                            $0
      State                                                                                            $0
   Federal                   $850                                                                      $0

      Total        $0        $850        $0        $0       $0         $0       $0        $0           $0


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CHATS                     CHATS                                  PIN:
ID:                       Priority:

Project:                  US Highway 17 Widening                            Planning Ref #:


   Description: Widening from Isle of Palms connector to a point near Darrell Creek Trail




From:        IOP Connector (SC 517)       Length (Miles):        1.42


To:          Darrell Creek                Length (km):           2.3


County:      Charleston County            Program type:          Bonding Package


Funding Surface Transportation   Funding Type:           Non-Guideshare
:         Program
  Comments / Status:
SAFETEA-LU #4891 SC* (match to be provided by Town of Mt. Pleasant & Chas. Co)
  FY 2011 $ 20M
  FY 2012 $ 20M
  FY 2013 $ 18M
  FY 2014 $ 3.855M



                                      Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


           Prior    FY        FY         FY
                                                 FY 2012     FY 2013       FY 2014          FY 2015   Total TIP
           Year    2009      2010       2011
  PE                         $2,916                                                                    $2,916

 ROW                          $950                                                                      $950

 Const                                 $13,320   $20,000     $20,000       $18,000          $3,855     $75,175

 Total      $0     $0        $3,866    $13,320   $20,000     $20,000       $18,000          $3,855     $79,041




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Enhancement Projects




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CHATS ID:                         33597                 CHATS               FY04 #1        PIN:         33597
                                                        Priority:

Project:                                         Sawmill Hiker / Biker                     Planning Ref #:

Jurisdiction: Town of Summerville


Description: Construction of an underpass and bridge near Spann School.




From:                    S. 6th St.                                      Length (Miles):   2.67


To:                      Greenwave Blvd.                                 Length (km):      4.30


County:                  Dorchester County                               Program type:     Enhancement Program


Funding:                 Surface Transportation Program                  Program           80% Federal / 20% Local
                                                                         Match:
Comments / Status:




                                      Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)

                           Prior           FY         FY        FY         FY       FY       FY       FY       Total
                           Year           2009       2010      2011       2012     2013     2014     2015      TIP
           Local                                                                                                $0
           State                                                                                                $0
        Federal                           $72                                                                   $0
           Total             $0           $90         $0        $0         $0       $0       $0       $0        $0



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CHATS                36353               CHATS             FY04 #4         PIN:              36353
ID:                                      Priority:

Project:                       Avondale Neighborhood                       Planning Ref #:


Jurisdiction: City of Charleston


Description: Construction of pedestrian improvements and beautification.




From:         Point Location                            Length (Miles):    N/A


To:           Point Location                            Length (km):       NA


County:       Charleston County                         Program Type:      Enhancement Program


Funding:      Surface Transportation Program            Program            80% Federal / 20% Local
                                                        Match:
Comments / Status:
  Funded in FY04 for $200,000. Project will take place around the intersection of Savannah Hwy. and Magnolia
Road. Project includes new cross walks and medians on Savannah Highway,


                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                 Prior        FY        FY        FY      FY       FY        FY      FY
                                                                                                 Total TIP
                 Year        2009      2010      2011    2012     2013      2014    2015

   Local         $50                                                                                 $0

   State                                                                                             $0

  Federal        $200        $354                                                                    $0

   Total         $250        $354       $0        $0      $0       $0        $0      $0              $0




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   CHATS ID:                                CHATS             FY04 #6B        PIN:              33577
                                            Priority:

   Project:                      Coleman Boulevard PHASE III-C                 Planning Ref #:


   Jurisdiction: Town of Mt. Pleasant


   Description: Construction of landscaping and pedestrian improvements- mast arms and underground utility
   installation.




   From:          Whilden Street                           Length (Miles):    0.50


   To:            Pelzer Drive                             Length (km):       0.8


   County:        Charleston County                        Program Type:      Enhancement Program


   Funding:       Surface Transportation Program           Program            80% Federal / 20% Local
                                                           Match:
   Comments / Status:
     Funded in FY 04 for $304,634.




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                    Prior         FY       FY       FY       FY        FY        FY       FY        Total
                    Year         2009     2010     2011     2012      2013      2014     2015       TIP
         Local                                                                                          $0

         State                                                                                          $0
     Federal                     $305                                                                   $0

      Total          $0          $305      $0       $0       $0        $0        $0       $0            $0


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   CHATS                  36326             CHATS             FY05 #3        PIN:             36326
   ID:                                      Priority:

   Project:                   Gahagan Plantation Connector Trail             Planning Ref #:

   Jurisdiction: Town of Summerville

   Description: Construction of Gahagan Plantation Connector Trail along Gahagan Rd.




   From:         S. 6th St.                               Length (Miles):    1.00


   To:           Miles Jamison Rd.                        Length (km):       1.6


   County:       Dorchester County                        Program Type:      Enhancement Program


   Funding:      Surface Transportation Program           Program            80% Federal / 20% Local
                                                          Match:
   Comments / Status:
     Funded in FY05 for $77,804.




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                   Prior           FY      FY       FY       FY      FY        FY       FY        Total
                   Year           2009    2010     2011     2012    2013      2014     2015       TIP
      Local                                                                                           $0
         State                                                                                        $0
     Federal                      $78                                                                 $0

      Total          $0           $78      $0       $0       $0      $0        $0      $0             $0




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    CHATS                   36283                CHATS              FY05 #5        PIN:             36283
    ID:                                          Priority:

    Project:                               Johnnie Dodds Blvd.                     Planning Ref #:


    Jurisdiction: Town of Mt. Pleasant

    Description: Construction of pedestrian facilities and beautification along the Johnnie Dodds corridor.




    From:          Houston Northcutt Blvd.                       Length (Miles):   0.67


    To:            McGrath Darby Blvd.                           Length (km):      1.1


    County:        Charleston County                             Program Type:     Enhancement Program


    Funding:       Surface Transportation Program                Program           80% Federal / 20% Local
                                                                 Match:
    Comments / Status:
      Funded in FY05 for $112,156 for completion of missing sidewalk links, landscaping and pedestrian
    crossings at Houston Northcutt and McGrath Darby Blvd.



                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                     Prior           FY         FY       FY        FY       FY       FY       FY        Total
                     Year           2009       2010     2011      2012     2013     2014     2015       TIP
       Local                                                                                                $0

          State                                                                                             $0
      Federal                       $112                                                                    $0

       Total           $0           $112       $0        $0        $0       $0       $0       $0            $0




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    CHATS ID:              36295              CHATS              FY05 #7      PIN:             36295
                                              Priority:

    Project:                         Bridge View Dr. Sidewalk                 Planning Ref #:


    Jurisdiction: Charleston County

    Description: Construction of sidewalk along Bridgeview Drive.




    From:         County Public Service Building            Length (Miles):   0.35


    To:           Public Boat Landing                       Length (km):      0.56


    County:       Charleston County                         Program Type:     Enhancement Program


    Funding:      Surface Transportation Program            Program           80% Federal / 20% Local
                                                            Match:
    Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                     Prior          FY      FY        FY         FY     FY      FY       FY        Total
                     Year          2009    2010      2011       2012   2013    2014     2015       TIP
          Local                                                                                    $0.0

          State                                                                                        $0
      Federal                      $182                                                            $182

       Total          $0           $182     $0        $0        $0     $0       $0       $0        $182




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    CHATS ID:               36362             CHATS            FY06 #1A         PIN:              36362
                                              Priority:

    Project:                    Eagle-Chandler Bridge Creek Trail               Planning Ref #:


    Jurisdiction: Charleston County

    Description: Construction of multi-use trail along the east bank of Eagle and Chandler Bridge Creeks.




    From:          Ladson Road                               Length (Miles):    2.48


    To:            Miles Jamison Road                        Length (km):       4.0


    County:        Dorchester County                         Program Type:      Enhancement Program


    Funding:       Surface Transportation Program            Program            80% Federal / 20% Local
                                                             Match:
    Comments / Status:




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                     Prior           FY      FY       FY       FY        FY       FY        FY        Total
                     Year           2009    2010     2011     2012      2013     2014      2015       TIP
       Local                                                                                              $0

          State                                                                                           $0
      Federal                       $381                                                                  $0

       Total           $0           $381     $0       $0       $0        $0       $0        $0            $0



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 CHATS ID:                 -                  CHATS            FY07 & FY08      PIN:              -
                                              Priority:             #1

 Project:                      Sawmill Branch Trail - Phase V & VI              Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: Town of Summerville

 Description: Construction of a multi-use trail along Sawmill Branch Trail.




 From:           US 17 A at East Luke St.                    Length (Miles):    0.50


 To:             US 78                                       Length (km):       0.81


 County:         Dorchester County                           Program Type:      Enhancement Program


 Funding:        Surface Transportation Program              Program Match:     70% Federal / 30% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                  FY         FY        FY       FY        FY      FY       FY
                 Prior Year                                                                           Total TIP
                                 2009       2010      2011     2012      2013    2014     2015
       Local                                                                                             $0

       State                                                                                             $0
    Federal                     $240                                                                     $0

       Total         $0         $240        $0         $0       $0        $0      $0       $0            $0

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  CHATS ID:                 -                  CHATS          FY07 & FY08       PIN:
                                               Priority:      #2

  Project:                      Hiker-Biker Trail @ Municipal Center            Planning Ref #:

  Jurisdiction: Town of Goose Creek

  Description: Construction of a multi-use trail.




  From:           Goose Creek Boulevard                       Length (Miles):   0.23


  To:             Municipal Center                            Length (km):      0.37


  County:         Berkeley County                             Program Type:     Enhancement Program


  Funding:        Surface Transportation Program              Program           70% Federal / 30% Local
                                                              Match:
  Comments / Status:




                                     Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                   FY        FY        FY       FY       FY       FY       FY       Total
                  Prior Year
                                  2009      2010      2011     2012     2013     2014     2015      TIP
        Local                                                                                         $0.0
        State                                                                                         $0
     Federal                      $232                                                                $0.0
        Total         $0          $232      $0.0       $0       $0       $0       $0       $0         $0.0


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  CHATS ID:                -                CHATS                FY07 #4       PIN:               -
                                            Priority:

  Project:                       Sidewalk Project - Phase IV                    Planning Ref #:

  Jurisdiction: Dorchester County

  Description: Construction of pedestrian facilities along Old Fort Road (SC-18-662) beginning at the
  intersection of Parlor Road (SC-18-259) and Old Fort Road, continuing northward on Old Fort for 3,168
  linear feet.




  From:          Parlor Rd.                                Length (Miles):     0.60


  To:            Old Fort Rd.                              Length (km):        1.0


  County:        Dorchester County                         Program Type:       Enhancement Program


  Funding:       Surface Transportation Program            Program             70% Federal / 30% Local
                                                           Match:
  Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                 FY       FY        FY          FY      FY        FY        FY        Total
                 Prior Year
                                2009     2010      2011        2012    2013      2014      2015       TIP
        Local                                                                                         $0.0
        State                                                                                          $0
     Federal                    $219                                                                  $219
        Total        $0         $226     $0.0       $0         $0       $0        $0        $0        $219


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 CHATS ID:                  -                CHATS                 FY08 #5        PIN:              -
                                             Priority:

 Project:                  St. Andrews Blvd. On-Street Bicycle Facility           Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: City of Charleston


 Description: Construction of an on-street bicycle lane along St. Andrews Blvd. (SC 61).




 From:           Wesley Dr.                                  Length (Miles):


 To:             Old Towne Rd.                               Length (km):



 County:         Charleston County                           Program Type:        Enhancement Program



 Funding:        Surface Transportation Program              Program Match:       80% Federal / 20% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                  FY        FY         FY       FY         FY       FY       FY
                 Prior Year                                                                             Total TIP
                                 2009      2010       2011     2012       2013     2014     2015

       Local                                          $40                                                 $40

       State                                                                                               $0

    Federal                                           $160                                                $160

       Total          $0            $0      $0        $200      $0        $0        $0       $0           $160




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 CHATS ID:                 -                CHATS                 FY08 #6       PIN:              -
                                            Priority:

 Project:                        Dorchester Rd. Multi-Use Path                  Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: City of North Charleston


 Description: Construction of a multi-use path along Dorchester Rd. (SC 642).




 From:           Club Course Drive                          Length (Miles):     0.47


 To:             A point near Ashley Phosphate Rd.          Length (km):        0.76



 County:         Dorchester County                          Program Type:       Enhancement Program



 Funding:        Surface Transportation Program             Program Match:      80% Federal / 20% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                 FY        FY         FY       FY        FY       FY       FY
                 Prior Year                                                                           Total TIP
                                2009      2010       2011     2012      2013     2014     2015

       Local                                                                                            $0.0

       State                                                                                             $0

    Federal                     $106                                                                    $106

       Total          $0        $106       $0         $0         $0      $0       $0       $0           $106




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                                 Transportation Improvement Program
                                            FY 2010 - 2015
                                           Enhancement Projects

 CHATS ID:                 -                   CHATS               FY08 #8     PIN:              -
                                               Priority:

 Project:                             Station Marker Posts                     Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: Town of Sullivan Island


 Description: Replacement of the concrete station marker posts.




 From:           Throughout the jurisdiction                 Length (Miles):   NA


 To:             Throughout the jurisdiction                 Length (km):      NA


 County:         Charleston County                           Program Type:     Enhancement Program


 Funding:        Surface Transportation Program              Program Match:    80% Federal / 20% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY         FY          FY      FY        FY      FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                          Total TIP
                               2009       2010        2011    2012      2013    2014      2015
       Local                                                                                            $0

       State                                                                                            $0
    Federal                     $19                                                                     $0

       Total         $0         $19        $0          $0         $0     $0      $0       $0            $0


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                                   Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                   Transportation Improvement Program
                                              FY 2010 - 2015
                                             Enhancement Projects

 CHATS ID:                -                   CHATS                   FY02          PIN:              -
                                              Priority:

 Project:                         Rivers Village @ Noisette Creek                   Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: City of North Charleston


 Description:




 From:           Point Location                               Length (Miles):       NA


 To:             Point Location                               Length (km):          NA


 County:         Charleston County                            Program Type:         Enhancement Program


 Funding:                                                     Program Match:        80% Federal / 20% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                   FY       FY        FY        FY            FY      FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                               Total TIP
                                  2009     2010      2011      2012          2013    2014      2015
       Local                                                                                                 $0

       State                                                                                                 $0
    Federal                       $131                                                                      $131

       Total         $0           $131      $0        $0        $0           $0       $0       $0           $131


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                                 Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                 Transportation Improvement Program
                                            FY 2010 - 2015
                                           Enhancement Projects

 CHATS ID:               -                  CHATS                     FY03          PIN:              -
                                            Priority:

 Project:                    North Third Street Pedestrian Facility                 Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: Town of Summerville


 Description:




 From:                                                       Length (Miles):        NA


 To:                                                         Length (km):           NA


 County:        Dorchester County                            Program Type:          Enhancement Program


 Funding:                                                    Program Match:         80% Federal / 20% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY        FY         FY         FY            FY      FY        FY
                Prior Year                                                                                Total TIP
                               2009      2010       2011       2012          2013    2014      2015
       Local                                                                                                 $0

       State                                                                                                 $0
    Federal                    $51                                                                           $0

       Total       $0          $51        $0         $0         $0           $0       $0       $0            $0


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                               Charleston Area Transportation Study
                               Transportation Improvement Program
                                          FY 2010 - 2015
                                         Enhancement Projects

 CHATS ID:               -                 CHATS                     FY06          PIN:              -
                                           Priority:

 Project:                    West 9th Street Pedestrian Facility                   Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: Town of Summerville


 Description:




 From:                                                      Length (Miles):        NA


 To:                                                        Length (km):           NA


 County:        Dorchester County                           Program Type:          Enhancement Program


 Funding:                                                   Program Match:         80% Federal / 20% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                              FY         FY         FY         FY            FY      FY        FY
                Prior Year                                                                               Total TIP
                             2009       2010       2011       2012          2013    2014      2015
       Local                                                                                                $0

       State                                                                                                $0
    Federal                   $48                                                                           $0

       Total       $0         $48        $0         $0         $0           $0       $0       $0            $0

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                                 Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                 Transportation Improvement Program
                                            FY 2010 - 2015
                                            Enhancement Projects

 CHATS ID:                -                  CHATS                    FY07          PIN:              -
                                             Priority:

 Project:                             Patriot Blvd. Bikeway                         Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: City of North Charleston


 Description:




 From:                                                        Length (Miles):       NA


 To:                                                          Length (km):          NA


 County:         Charleston County                            Program Type:         Enhancement Program


 Funding:                                                     Program Match:        80% Federal / 20% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY         FY        FY         FY            FY      FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                               Total TIP
                               2009       2010      2011       2012          2013    2014      2015
       Local                                                                                                 $0

       State                                                                                                 $0
    Federal                    $140                                                                          $0

       Total         $0        $140        $0        $0         $0           $0       $0       $0            $0



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                               Charleston Area Transportation Study
                               Transportation Improvement Program
                                          FY 2010 - 2015
                                           Enhancement Projects

 CHATS ID:               -                  CHATS                    FY06          PIN:              -
                                            Priority:

 Project:                            Boonehill Rd Sidewalk                         Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: Town of Summerville


 Description:




 From:                                                       Length (Miles):       NA



 To:                                                         Length (km):          NA


 County:        Dorchester County                            Program Type:         Enhancement Program


 Funding:                                                    Program Match:        80% Federal / 20% Local

 Comments / Status:




                                Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                              FY           FY       FY         FY            FY      FY        FY
                Prior Year                                                                               Total TIP
                             2009         2010     2011       2012          2013    2014      2015
       Local                                                                                                $0

       State                                                                                                $0
    Federal                  $165                                                                           $0

       Total       $0        $165         $0        $0         $0           $0       $0       $0            $0



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                                 Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                 Transportation Improvement Program
                                                 FY 2010 - 2015
                                 Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

  CHATS ID:                -                 CHATS              FY07 #1        PIN:              -
                                             Priority:

  Project:                            Alston Middle School                     Planning Ref #:


  Jurisdiction: Dorchester County School District


  Description:




  From:                                                      Length (Miles):   NA


  To:                                                        Length (km):      NA


  County:        Dorchester County                           Program Type:     Safe Routes to School
                                                                               Program

  Funding:                                                   Program Match:    100% Federal

  Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY         FY        FY        FY       FY       FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                          Total TIP
                               2009       2010      2011      2012     2013     2014      2015
        Local                                                                                           $0

        State                                                                                           $0
    Federal                    $200                                                                     $0

        Total        $0        $200        $0        $0        $0       $0       $0        $0           $0




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                                 Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                 Transportation Improvement Program
                                                  FY 2010 - 2015
                                 Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

  CHATS ID:                -                CHATS               FY07 #2       PIN:              -
                                            Priority:

  Project:                     College Park Elementary School                 Planning Ref #:


  Jurisdiction: Berkeley County School District


  Description:




  From:                                                     Length (Miles):   NA


  To:                                                       Length (km):      NA


  County:        Berkeley County                            Program Type:     Safe Routes to School
                                                                              Program

  Funding:                                                  Program Match:    100% Federal

  Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY        FY          FY       FY      FY       FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                         Total TIP
                               2009      2010        2011     2012    2013     2014      2015
        Local                                                                                          $0

        State                                                                                          $0
    Federal                    $200                                                                    $0

        Total        $0        $200       $0          $0      $0       $0       $0        $0           $0

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                                 Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                 Transportation Improvement Program
                                                  FY 2010 - 2015
                                 Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

  CHATS ID:                -                 CHATS                FY07 #3     PIN:              -
                                             Priority:

  Project:                         College Park Middle School                 Planning Ref #:


  Jurisdiction: Berkeley County School District


  Description:




  From:                                                     Length (Miles):   NA


  To:                                                       Length (km):      NA


  County:        Berkeley County                            Program Type:     Safe Routes to School
                                                                              Program

  Funding:                                                  Program Match:    100% Federal

  Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY         FY         FY         FY     FY      FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                         Total TIP
                               2009       2010       2011       2012   2013    2014      2015
        Local                                                                                          $0

        State                                                                                          $0
    Federal                    $200                                                                    $0

        Total        $0        $200        $0         $0        $0      $0      $0        $0           $0



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                                 Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                 Transportation Improvement Program
                                                FY 2010 - 2015
                                 Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

  CHATS ID:                -                CHATS               FY07 #4      PIN:              -
                                            Priority:

  Project:                      Hunley Park Elementary School                Planning Ref #:


  Jurisdiction: Charleston County School District


  Description:




  From:                                                    Length (Miles):   NA


  To:                                                      Length (km):      NA


  County:        Charleston County                         Program Type:     Safe Routes to School
                                                                             Program

  Funding:                                                 Program Match:    100% Federal

  Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY        FY         FY      FY       FY       FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                        Total TIP
                               2009      2010       2011    2012     2013     2014      2015
        Local                                                                                         $0

        State                                                                                         $0
    Federal                    $200                                                                   $0

        Total        $0        $200       $0        $0       $0       $0       $0        $0           $0



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                                 Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                 Transportation Improvement Program
                                                FY 2010 - 2015
                                 Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

  CHATS ID:                -                CHATS               FY07 #5      PIN:              -
                                            Priority:

  Project:                      Stono Park Elementary School                 Planning Ref #:


  Jurisdiction: Charleston County School District


  Description:




  From:                                                    Length (Miles):   NA


  To:                                                      Length (km):      NA


  County:        Charleston County                         Program Type:     Safe Routes to School
                                                                             Program

  Funding:                                                 Program Match:    100% Federal

  Comments / Status:




                                  Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                FY        FY         FY      FY       FY       FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                        Total TIP
                               2009      2010       2011    2012     2013     2014      2015
        Local                                                                                         $0

        State                                                                                         $0
    Federal                    $200                                                                   $0

        Total        $0        $200       $0        $0         $0     $0       $0        $0           $0



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                                  Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                  Transportation Improvement Program
                                                  FY 2010 - 2015
                                  Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

  CHATS ID:                 -                CHATS                FY09 #1         PIN:                -
                                             Priority:

  Project:                      Boulder Bluff Elementary School                    Planning Ref #:


  Jurisdiction: Town of Goose Creek


  Description: Pedestrian / bicycle facility improvements to enhance safety around the school location.




  From:           To be determined via inventory              Length (Miles):     NA


  To:             To be determined via inventory              Length (km):        NA


  County:         Berkeley County                             Program Type:       Safe Routes to School
                                                                                  Program

  Funding:        Surface Transportation Program              Program Match:      100% Federal

  Comments / Status:




                                    Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                 FY         FY        FY        FY         FY        FY        FY
                  Prior Year                                                                              Total TIP
                                2009       2010      2011      2012       2013      2014      2015
        Local                                                                                                $0

        State                                                                                                $0
     Federal                    $200                                                                         $0

        Total         $0        $200        $0        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0            $0



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                                  Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                  Transportation Improvement Program
                                             FY 2010 - 2015
                                  Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

  CHATS ID:                 -                 CHATS               FY09 #2          PIN:                   -
                                              Priority:

  Project:                      Midland Park Elementary School                      Planning Ref #:


  Jurisdiction: City of North Charleston


  Description: Pedestrian / bicycle facility improvements to enhance safety around the school location.




  From:           To be determined via inventory              Length (Miles):      NA


  To:             To be determined via inventory              Length (km):         NA


  County:         Charleston County                           Program Type:        Safe Routes to School
                                                                                   Program

  Funding:        Surface Transportation Program              Program Match:       100% Federal

  Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                  FY        FY        FY         FY        FY        FY         FY
                  Prior Year                                                                                  Total TIP
                                 2009      2010      2011       2012      2013      2014       2015
        Local                                                                                                    $0

        State                                                                                                    $0
     Federal                    $200                                                                            $200

        Total         $0        $200        $0        $0         $0        $0        $0         $0               $0



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                                  Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                  Transportation Improvement Program
                                                 FY 2010 - 2015
                                  Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

 CHATS ID:                 -                 CHATS                FY09 #2         PIN:                   -
                                             Priority:


 Project:                        Beech Hill Elementary School                      Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: Town of Summerville


 Description: Pedestrian / bicycle facility improvements to enhance safety around the school location.




 From:           To be determined via inventory              Length (Miles):      NA


 To:             To be determined via inventory              Length (km):         NA


 County:         Charleston County                           Program Type:        Safe Routes to School
                                                                                  Program


 Funding:        Surface Transportation Program              Program Match:       100% Federal

 Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                 FY        FY         FY        FY        FY         FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                                  Total TIP
                                2009      2010       2011      2012      2013       2014      2015
       Local                                                                                                    $0
       State                                                                                                    $0
    Federal                     $200                                                                            $0

       Total         $0         $200       $0         $0        $0        $0         $0        $0               $0


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                                  Charleston Area Transportation Study
                                  Transportation Improvement Program
                                                  FY 2010 - 2015
                                  Safe Routes To School Program (SR2S)

 CHATS ID:                 -                  CHATS                FY09 #3         PIN:                  -
                                              Priority:

 Project:                        Stiles Point Elementary School                     Planning Ref #:


 Jurisdiction: Town of James Island

 Description: Pedestrian / bicycle facility improvements to enhance safety around the school location.




 From:           To be determined via inventory               Length (Miles):      NA


 To:             To be determined via inventory               Length (km):         NA


 County:         Charleston County                            Program Type:        Safe Routes to School
                                                                                   Program

 Funding:        Surface Transportation Program               Program Match:       100% Federal

 Comments / Status:




                                   Estimated Obligated Cost (in Thousands)


                                 FY         FY        FY         FY        FY         FY        FY
                 Prior Year                                                                                  Total TIP
                                2009       2010      2011       2012      2013       2014      2015
       Local                                                                                                    $0

       State                                                                                                    $0
    Federal                     $200                                                                           $200

       Total         $0         $200        $0        $0          $0       $0         $0        $0              $0


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                      Appendix A — CHATS Policy Committee Members


Dan Davis, Supervisor                         Charleston County Legislative Delegation
Berkeley County Government                    375 Meadow Breeze Lane
PO Box 6122                                   Charleston, SC 29414
Moncks Corner, SC 29461                       (843) 724-1060
(843) 723-3800                                leonstav@schouse.gov

Tim Callanan                                  Rep. Robert Harrell, Jr., District 114
Berkeley County Council                       Charleston County Legislative Delegation
7009 Schooner Street                          2000 Sam Rittenburg Blvd, Suite 124
Daniel Island, SC 29792                       Charleston, SC 29407
(843) 628-6363                                (843) 556-9075
tim@charleston.info                           hspeaker@schouse.gov

Sen. Paul Campbell, District 44               Sen. Chip Campsen, District 43
Berkeley County Legislative Delegation        Charleston County Legislative Delegation
150 Loganberry Circle                         360 Concord Street, Suite 201
Goose Creek, SC 29445                         Charleston, SC 29401
(843) 296-1001                                (843) 722-0123
paulcampbell@scsenate.gov                     chipcampsen@scsenate.gov

Rep. Joseph Daning, District 92               Sen. Glenn McConnell, District 41
Berkeley County Legislative Delegation        Charleston County Legislative Delegation
118 Queensbury Circle                         101 Gressette Building
Goose Creek, SC 29445                         Columbia, SC 29201
(843) 553-9288                                (803) 212-6610
joedaning@schouse.gov                         sjudcomm@scsenate.gov

Teddie Pryor                                  George Bailey
Charleston County Council                     Dorchester County Council
2700 Crestline Drive                          PO Box 633
North Charleston, SC 29405                    St. George, SC 29437
(843) 958-4030                                (843) 563-2314
tpryor@charlestoncounty.org                   gbailey@dorchestercounty.net

Hon. Vic Rawl                                 Larry Hargett, Dorchester County Council
Charleston County Council                     615 Fairington Drive
4045 Bridge View Drive                        Summerville, SC 29485
Charleston, SC 29405                          (843) 514-7135
(843) 958-4000                                lhargett@dorchestercounty.net

Rep. Chip Limehouse, District 110             Sen. Mike Rose, District 38
Charleston County Legislative Delegation      Dorchester County Legislative Delegation
22 Menotti Street                             409 Central Street
Charleston, SC 29417                          Summerville, SC 29483
(843) 577-6242                                (803) 212-6056
chiplimehouse@schouse.gov                     mikerose@scsenate.gov

Rep. Leon Stavrinakis. District 119           James Newsome
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SC Ports Authority                           Charleston, SC 29405
PO Box 22287                                 (843) 745-2207
Charleston, SC 29413-2286                    jdarmstrong@charlestoncounty.org
(843) 577-8600
jnewsome@scspa.com                           Lester Dempsey (non-voting)
                                             Dorchester County Transportation Committee
Susan Stevens                                248 Parlor Drive
Charleston County Aviation Authority         Ladson, SC 29456
5500 International Boulevard, #101           (843) 792-0590
Charleston, SC 29418
(843) 767-7000                               Cong. Tim Scott
sstevens@chs-airport.com                     First Congressional District
                                             2000 Sam Rittenburg Blvd, Suite 3007
Elliott Summey, CHATS Chairman               Charleston, SC 29406
Charleston Area Regional Transportation      (843) 852-2222
Authority
51 John Street                               Cong. James Clyburn
Charleston, SC 29403                         Sixth Congressional District
(843) 724-7420                               1362 McMillan Avenue, Suite 100
                                             North Charleston, SC 29405
Lt. Colonel Richard T. Sanders               (803) 799-1100
Joint Base Charleston
437th CES/CC                                 Danny Issac, 1st District DOT Commissioner
100 West Stewart Avenue                      SC Department of Transportation
Charleston AFB, SC 29404-4827                1004 8th Avenue North Ext.
(843) 963-4955                               Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Matt Thompson                                Marvin Stevenson, 6th District DOT
SC Trucking Association                      Commissioner
PO Box 63535                                 SC Department of Transportation
Charleston, SC 29419                         PO Box 121
(843) 572-0581                               Marion, SC 29571
mthompson@oltc.com
                                             Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr.
Frank Macchiaverna                           City of Charleston
Norfolk Southern Railroad                    PO Box 652
1201 Main Street, Suite 1980                 Charleston, SC 29402
Columbia, SC 29201                           (843) 577-6970
(803) 748-1277                               rileyj@charleston-sc.gov
frmacchi@nscorp.com
                                             Dean Riegel
Frank Carson (non-voting)                    City of Charleston Council
Berkeley County Transportation Committee     2113 Virginia Oak Court
PO Box 6122                                  Charleston, SC 29414
Moncks Corner, SC 29461                      (843) 708-0245
(843) 723-3800                               riegeld@charleston-sc.gov
fcarson@berkeleycountysc.gov
                                             Aubrey Alexander
Jim Armstrong (non-voting)                   City of Charleston Council
Charleston County Transportation Committee   1400 Park Shore Drive
4045 Bridge View Drive                       Charleston, SC 29407

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(843) 723-7150                             PO Drawer 508
alexandera@charleston-sc.gov               Isle of Palms, SC 29451
                                           (843) 886-6428
Mayor R. Keith Summey                      Dick4972@aol.com
City of North Charleston
PO Box 190016                              Mayor Carl Smith
North Charleston, SC 29419                 Town of Sullivan’s Island
(843) 740-1085                             PO Box 427
mayor@northcharleston.org                  Sullivan’s Island, SC 29482
                                           (843) 883-3198
Edward Astle
City of North Charleston Council           Mayor Timothy Goodwin
7709 Quest Drive                           City of Folly Beach
North Charleston, SC 29419                 PO Box 48
(843) 740-2501                             Folly Beach, SC 29439
northcharleston@edastle.us                 (843) 588-2447
                                           tgoodwin@cityoffollybeach.com
Robert King
City of North Charleston Council           Mayor Michael Heitzler
1408 Hartford Circle                       City of Goose Creek
North Charleston, SC 29405                 PO Box 1768
(843) 744-1041                             Goose Creek, SC 29445
Bob1408.king@comcast.net                   (843) 797-6220
                                           mheitzler@cityofgoosecreek.com
Mayor Billy Swails
Town of Mt. Pleasant                       James (Kimo) Esarey
PO Box 745                                 City of Goose Creek Council
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29465                     PO Box 1768
(843) 884-8517                             Goose Creek, SC 29445
bswails@townofmountpleasant.com            (843) 797-5518
                                           kesarey@cityofgoosecreek.com
Paul Gawrych
Town of Mt. Pleasant Council               Mayor William Holtz
1791 Cherokee Rose Circle                  Town of Seabrook Island
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466                     2001 Seabrook Island Road
(843) 884-5149                             Seabrook Island, SC 29455
                                           (843) 768-9121
Mayor Richard Cronin                       Bholtz6@bellsouth.net
City of Isle of Palms




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                             Appendix B — Transportation Glossary

Access/Accessibility — The opportunity to reach a given end use within a certain time frame, or without
being impeded by physical, social or economic barriers.

Alternative Modes of Transportation — Forms of transportation that provide transportation alternatives to
the use of single-occupant automobiles. Examples include: rail, transit, carpools, bicycles, and walking.

Amendment - A major change in the approved TIP or Plan that requires public review and comment,
demonstration of fiscal constraint, or a conformity determination (for ‘non-exempt’ projects in
nonattainment and maintenance areas)

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) — A nonprofit,
nonpartisan association representing highway and transportation departments in the 50 states, the District
of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) — Federal civil rights legislation for persons with disabilities,
signed into law in 1990, that prohibits discrimination specifically in the areas of employment, public
accommodation, public services, telecommunications and transportation. Transportation requirements
include the provision of “comparable paratransit service” that is equivalent to general public fixed-route
service for persons who are unable to use regular bus service due to a disability.

Arterial Street — A class of street serving major traffic movements (high-speed, high volume) for travel
between major points.

Attainment Area — An area considered to have air quality that meets or exceeds the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) health standards used in the Clean Air Act. Non-attainment areas are areas
considered not to have met these standards for designated pollutants. An area may be an attainment area
for one pollutant and a non-attainment area for others.

Capacity — A transportation facility's ability to accommodate a moving stream of people or vehicles in a
given time period. The maximum rate of flow at which persons or vehicles can be reasonably expected to
traverse a point or uniform segment of a lane or roadway during a specified time period under prevailing
roadway, traffic and control conditions; usually expressed as vehicles per hour or persons per hour.

Capital Improvement Program (CIP) — A plan for future capital infrastructure and program expenditures
which identify each capital project, its anticipated start and completion and allocates existing funds and
known revenue sources for a given period of time. Most local governments have a CIP.

Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) - The public transit provider in the
Charleston-North Charleston Urban Area.

Clean Air Act (CAA) — Federal statutes established by the United States Congress which set the nation’s
air quality goals and the process for achieving those goals. The original Clean Air Act was passed in
1963, but the national air pollution control program is actually based on the 1970 version of the law. The
1990 Clean Air Act Amendments are the most far-reaching revisions of the 1970 law.

Congestion — A condition under which the number of vehicles using a facility is great enough to cause
reduced speeds and increased travel times.



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Congestion Management Process (CMP) — Systematic process for managing congestion. Provides
information on transportation system performance and finds alternative ways to alleviate congestion and
enhance the mobility of people and goods, to levels that meet state and local needs.

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) — A categorical Federal-aid
funding program created with the ISTEA. It directs funding to projects that contribute to meeting
National air quality standards. CMAQ funds generally may not be used for projects that result in the
construction of new capacity available to SOVs (single occupant vehicles).

Context Sensitive Solution (CSS) — A collaborative, interdisciplinary approach that involves all
stakeholders to develop a transportation facility that fits its physical setting and preserves scenic,
aesthetic, historic and environmental resources, while maintaining safety and mobility. CSS is an
approach that considers the total context within which a transportation improvement project will exist.

Design Standards — Standards that are met when a new road is constructed, or when a deficient section is
improved. These standards pertain to all relevant geometric and structural features required to provide a
desired level of service over the life of the project. The life of the project is generally 20 years beyond its
implementation.

Environmental Assessments (EA) — Prepared for federal actions under the National Environmental
Policy Act (NEPA) where it is not clearly known how significant the environmental impact might be. If,
after preparing an environmental assessment, it is determined that the project impact is significant, an
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is then prepared. If not, a “finding of no significant impact"
(FONSI) is documented.

Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) — Prepared for federal actions that have a significant effect on
the human and natural environment. These are disclosure documents prepared under the National
Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) that provide a full description of the proposed project, the existing
environment and analysis of the anticipated beneficial and adverse environmental effects of all reasonable
alternatives. There are various stages — Draft EIS and Final EIS.

Environmental Justice (EJ) — Environmental justice assures that services and benefits allow for
meaningful participation and are fairly distributed to avoid discrimination.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) — The federal regulatory agency responsible for administering
and enforcing federal environmental laws, including the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the
Endangered Species Act and others. EPA is the source agency of air quality control regulations affecting
transportation.

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) — A branch of the U.S. Department of Transportation that
administers the federal-aid Highway Program, providing financial assistance to states to construct and
improve highways, urban and rural roads, and bridges. The FHWA also administers the Federal Lands
Highway Program, including survey, design, and construction of forest highway system roads, parkways
and park roads, Indian reservation roads, defense access roads and other Federal lands roads.

Federal Transit Administration (FTA) — A branch of the U.S. Department of Transportation that is the
principal source of federal financial assistance to America's communities for planning, development and
improvement of public or mass transportation systems. FTA provides leadership, technical assistance,
and financial resources for safe, technologically advanced public transportation to enhance mobility and
accessibility, to improve the nation's communities and natural environment and to strengthen the national
economy.

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Financial Planning — The process of defining and evaluating funding sources, sharing the information
and deciding how to allocate the funds.

Financial Programming — A short-term commitment of funds to specific projects identified in the
regional Transportation Improvement Program (see TIP).

Fiscal or Financial Constraint — Making sure that a given program or project can reasonably expect to
receive funding within the time allotted for its implementation.

Guideshare – In the State of South Carolina, Guideshare is the federal-aid funding allocation to MPOs.
These funds can be used for highway, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, transit, or planning projects. The
allocation is based on study area population. Under federal law, large MPOs with urbanized area
populations over 200,000 are called Transportation Management Areas (TMAs). Only TMAs are entitled
to specific allocations of federal funds called Urban Attributable Funds

Geographic Information System (GIS) — computerized data management system designed to capture,
store, retrieve, analyze, and display geographically referenced information.

High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) — Vehicles carrying two or more people. The number that constitutes
an HOV for the purposes of HOV highway lanes may be designated differently by different transportation
agencies.

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) — the application of advanced technologies to improve the
efficiency and safety of transportation systems.

Intermodal — The ability to connect and the connections between modes of transportation.

Level of Service (LOS) — a qualitative rating of how well a unit of transportation supply (e.g. street,
intersection, bikeway, etc) serves its current or projected demand. LOS A = free-flow condition (32
percent of capacity); B = reasonably free-flow conditions (51 percent); C = operation stable but becoming
more critical (75 percent); D = lower speed range of stable flow (92 percent); E = unstable flow (100
percent); F = forced flow; >100 percent of capacity, stop–and-go operation.

Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) — A document resulting from regional or statewide
collaboration and consensus on a region or state's transportation system and serving as the defining vision
for the region's or state's transportation systems and services. In metropolitan areas, the plan indicates all
of the transportation improvements scheduled for funding over a minimum of the next 20 years.

Maintenance Area — Maintenance area is any geographic region of the United States previously
designated non-attainment pursuant to the CAA Amendments of 1990 and subsequently re-designated to
attainment subject to the requirement to develop a maintenance plan under section 175A of the CAA, as
amended.

Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) — An MPO is a planning agency established by federal law
to assure a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process takes place that
results in the development of plans, programs and projects that consider all transportation modes and
supports the goals of the community. Any urbanized area or contiguous urbanized areas, as defined by
the U.S. Census Bureau, containing a population of greater than 50,000 are required to have an MPO.




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Mode, Intermodal, Multimodal — Form of transportation, such as automobile, transit, bicycle and
walking. Intermodal refers to the connections between modes and multimodal refers to the availability of
transportation options within a system or corridor.

National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) — An established national environmental policy
requiring that any project using federal funding or requiring federal approval, including transportation
projects, examine the effects of proposed and alternative choices on the environment before a federal
decision is made.
National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) — Law requiring federal agencies to consider the potential
effect of a project on a property that is registered on or eligible for the National Register of Historic
Places. If effects are identified, federal and state agencies and the public must identify means to mitigate
the harm.

Non-attainment — Any geographic area that has not met the requirements for clean air as set out in the
Clean Air Act of 1990. An area can at the same time be classified as in attainment for one or more air
pollutants and as a non-attainment area for another air pollutant.

Paratransit — Alternative known as "special or specialized" transportation, which often includes flexibly
scheduled and routed transportation services. These services use low capacity vehicles such as vans to
operate within normal urban transit corridors or rural areas. Services usually cater to the needs of persons
whom standard mass transit services would serve with difficulty, or not at all. Common patrons are the
elderly and persons with disabilities.

Planning Funds (PL) — Primary source of funding for metropolitan planning designated by the FHWA.

Revision - A change to a long range statewide or metropolitan transportation plan, TIP, or STIP that
occurs between scheduled periodic updates. A major revision is an ‘‘amendment,’’ while a minor
revision is an ‘‘administrative modification

Right-of-Way (ROW) — Public space legally established for the use of pedestrians, vehicles, or utilities.
Right-of-way typically includes the street, sidewalk and buffer strip areas.

Rural Planning Organization (RPO) — An organization similar to an MPO, composed of representatives
of rural local governments and appointed representatives from the geographic area covered by the
organization with the purpose of involving local officials in multi-modal transportation planning through
a structured process.

Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users
(SAFETEA-LU) – Authorizes the Federal surface transportation programs for highways, highway safety,
and transit for the five-year period 2005-2009.

Stakeholders — Individuals and organizations involved in or affected by the transportation planning
process. Include federal/state/local officials, MPOs, transit operators, freight companies, shippers, and
the general public.

Surface Transportation Program (STP) — Federal-aid highway funding program that funds a broad range
of surface transportation capital needs, including many roads, transit, sea and airport access, vanpool, bike
and pedestrian facilities.

South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) — The State agency that manages the highway
system within South Carolina. SCDOT’s mission is to plan, implement, maintain, and manage an

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integrated transportation system for the movement of people and products, with emphasis on quality,
safety, efficiency and the environment for citizens. SCDOT is the administrative agency that responds to
policy set by the South Carolina Legislation.

Title VI — Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The legislation prohibits discrimination in any
program receiving federal assistance.

Transportation Conformity — Process to assess the compliance of any transportation plan, program, or
project with air quality implementation plans. The conformity process is defined by the Clean Air Act.

Transportation Demand Management (TDM) — “Demand-based" techniques that are designed to change
travel behavior in order to improve the performance of transportation facilities and to reduce the need for
additional road capacity. Methods include the use of alternative modes, ride-sharing and vanpool
programs and trip-reduction programs and/or ordinances.

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) — A staged, multiyear (typically three to five years) listing
of surface transportation projects proposed for federal, state and local funding within a metropolitan area.
MPOs are required to prepare a TIP as a short-range programming document to complement its long-
range transportation plan. The TIP contains projects with committed funds over a multiyear period (five
years).

Transportation Management Area (TMA) — All urbanized areas over 200,000 in population and any
other area that requests such designation. The MPO is responsible for transportation planning with a
TMA.

Transportation Planning — A collaborative process of examining demographic characteristics and travel
patterns for a given area. This process shows how these characteristics will change over a given period of
time and evaluates alternatives for the transportation system of the area and the most expeditious use of
local, state, and federal transportation funding. Long-range planning is typically done over a period of 25
years; short-range programming of specific projects usually covers a period of 3 to 5 years.

Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) — The management plan for the (metropolitan) planning
program. Its purpose is to coordinate the planning activities of all participants in the planning process.

Update - Making current a long range transportation plan or TIP, through a comprehensive review.
Updates require public review and comment, a 20-year horizon year for metropolitan transportation plans,
a five-year program period for TIPs, demonstration of fiscal constraint (except for long-range statewide
transportation plans), and a conformity determination (for metropolitan transportation plans and TIPs in
nonattainment and air quality maintenance areas)

Urbanized Area — Area that contains a city of 50,000 or more population plus incorporated surrounding
areas meeting size or density criteria as defined by the U.S. Census.

Vehicle Miles of Travel (VMT) — The sum of distances traveled by all motor vehicles in a specified
region.




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                           Appendix C -- Summary of Amendments

Amendment #1 – September 21, 2009
Guideshare Projects
   • Adjustment – The Berlin Myers Parkway Project, PIN 23349, was amended with the
      addition of $14.662 Million in construction funding in the Fiscal Year 2010. This
      funding replaces ARRA funds that were previously committed to the project with State
      funds.

American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 Projects
  • Addition - A project was added to the ARRA-funded project list to rehabilitate
       Interstate 26 from mile marker 209 to mile marker 216, PIN 22336. Project construction
       will be partially funded with $14.662 Million under the ARRA program.

Minor Amendment #2 – December 2, 2009
Guideshare Projects
   • Adjustment – The US Hwy 52 / US Hwy 78 Bicycle Facility Project, was amended by
      adjusting the obligation year from FY 2009 to FY 2010.

Amendment #3 – February 5, 2010
Projects Exempt from Guideshare
   • Addition –        In coordination with SCDOT, a number of projects were added
       anticipating the passage of a Jobs for Main Street / American Recovery & Reinvestment
       Act II in the amount of $26,000,000. These projects include bridge replacement/
       rehabilitation, pavement resurfacing projects, interstate ITS, signs and markings,
       interstate maintenance, transit capital projects, and a capacity improvement project on US
       17 N in the Town of Mount Pleasant.

   •   Addition –    FTA Section 5309 funding was added to Fiscal Year 2010 in the amount
       of $1,500,000. Funds are a portion of the statewide vehicle acquisition allocation.

Amendment #4 – May 17, 2010
Guideshare Projects
   • Adjustment – The Regional Land Use Plan was amended by adjusting the obligation year
      from FY 2009 to FY 2010.

   •   Adjustment - The College Park Road Project was amended include local funding from
       the Berkeley Co. Transportation Sales Tax for Fiscal Years 2010 - 2012, for a total
       amount of $17 Million. The project is a capacity improvement project.

Projects Exempt from Guideshare
   • Addition –       Three recreational trails projects were added to Fiscal Year 2010 in the
       amounts of $100,000, $75,000, and $121,000. Projects are funded by the Fiscal Year
       2008 and 2009 Federal Lands Recreational Trails Program via the SC Department of
       Parks, Recreation, & Tourism.


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   •   Addition –    Three intersection safety projects were added to Fiscal Year 2010 in the
       amount of $2,800,000.

   •   Addition -    The SC 41 Bridge Replacement Project over the Wando River, BR-12,
       was added to Fiscal Years 2012 and 2013, in the amount of $22.5 Million for each year.

   •   Adjustment – The Railroad Avenue Project, within the City of Hanahan, was amended
       with the addition of $4.0 Million in Berkeley Co. Transportation Sales Tax funds and
       moved to Fiscal Year 2010.

   •   Adjustment – The Steed Creek Rd. (S-133) project was amended with the addition of
       $244,000 in ARRA funding for Fiscal Year 2009.

   •   Adjustment – Updated the Pavement Management and Resurfacing Projects to concur
       with the Statewide TIP for Fiscal Year 2009.

   •   Adjustment – Updated the Intersection Safety Projects to concur with the Statewide TIP.

   •   Adjustment – Updated the Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation Projects to concur with
       the Statewide TIP.

   •   Adjustment – Updated the Interstate 26 Rehabilitation Project, funding by American
       Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009, by adding $1,167,000 Million in Federal Aid
       Interstate Maintenance funds, to concur with the Statewide TIP.

SAFETEA-LU Earmark Projects
  • Adjustment – The US 17 / Bowman Road Interchange Project, within the Town of Mt.
     Pleasant, was amended to concur with the Statewide TIP.

   •   Adjustment – The MUSC Roadway Enhancement Project was amended to concur with
       the Statewide TIP and add $5,500,000 in local funding from the Charleston Co.
       Transportation Sales Tax Program.

   •   Adjustment – The Port Access Road Project was updated to concur with the Statewide
       TIP by adding construction fund in Fiscal Year 2010.

   •   Adjustment – The US Hwy 17 widening project, within the Town of Mt. Pleasant, was
       amended with the addition of $355,680 in funding for Fiscal Year 2010. This funding is
       a 2009 award from the Transportation, Community, and System Preservation (TCSP)
       earmark. Additional updates to local funding have been included to concur with the
       Statewide TIP.

Transportation Enhancement Projects
   • Removal –        The following transportation enhancement projects have been completed
      and are a portion of the existing transportation infrastructure:


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          City of Goose Creek – Hiker/Biker Trail Phase II (FY04)
          City of North Charleston, Dorchester Rd. (FY04)
          City of Goose Creek – Municipal Center Hiker/Biker Trail (FY05)
          City of Charleston – West Ashley Riverview Bikeway (FY05)
          Dorchester County – Sidewalk Project Phase III (FY05)
          City of Charleston – East Bay Street Bike/Ped Path (FY07)

   •   Addition –    The following transportation enhancement projects have been added to
       Fiscal Year 2009 as a prior year project:
        City of North Charleston – Rivers Village @ Noisette Creek (FY02)
        Town of Summerville – N. Third St. Ped. Facility (FY03)
        Town of Mt. Pleasant – IOP Connector Multi-use Facility & Landscaping (FY03)
        Town of Summerville – W. 9th Street Ped. Facility (FY06)
        Town of Mt. Pleasant – Coleman Blvd. Landscaping Phase III-D (FY06)
        City of North Charleston – Patriot Blvd. Bikeway (FY07)
        Town of Summerville – Boonehill Rd. Sidewalk (FY06)

   •   Adjustment - The Fort Johnson Road Bikeway & Multi-use Trail transportation
       enhancement project has been transferred from the Town of James Island to Charleston
       County as the LPA to provide matching funds and implement the project.

Safe Routes to School Projects
   • Addition –      The following Safe Routes to School (SRTS) projects have been added to
      Fiscal Year 2009 as prior year projects:
        Dorchester Co. School District - Alston Middle School (FY07)
       Berkeley Co. School District – College Park Elementary School (FY07)
        Berkeley Co. School District – College Park Middle School (FY07)
        Charleston Co. School District – Hunley Park Elementary School (FY07)
       Charleston Co. School District – Stono Park Elementary School (FY07)

Federal Transit Administration Projects
   • Addition –      The Federal Fiscal Year 2010 FTA Section 5316 (Job Access and Reverse
      Commute Program) funding was added to Fiscal Year 2011 in the amount of $272,685.
      This amount is based on the Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2010 - P.L. 111-117
      that appropriated 5/12 of the annual apportionment. These funds are allocated based a
      competitive award process, which scheduled for 4th quarter of FY10.

   •   Addition –     The Federal Fiscal Year 2010 FTA Section 5317 (New Freedom Program)
       funding was added to Fiscal Year 2011 in the amount of $157,198. This amount is based
       on the Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2010 - P.L. 111-117 that appropriated 5/12
       of the annual apportionment. These funds are allocated based a competitive award
       process, which scheduled for 4th quarter of FY10.

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   •   Addition -     The Henry Brown Blvd. Extension Project was added to Fiscal Years
       2010, 2011, and 2012, for a total amount of $23 Million. The project is a system
       capacity, new alignment project.

   •   Addition -      The Clements Ferry Road-Phase I Project was added to Fiscal Years 2010-
       2013, for a total amount of $8 Million. The project is a context-sensitive capacity
       improvement project.

   •   Addition -    The Clements Ferry Road-Phase II Project was added to Fiscal Years
       2010-2014, for a total amount of $12 Million. The project is a context-sensitive capacity
       improvement project.

CHATS TIP Amendment #5 – June 28, 2010
Guideshare Projects
   • Adjustment – The Harborview Rd. a project has been modified by reducing ROW
      funding from $2,329,000 to $0 and increasing construction funding from $671,000 to
      $1,000,000 in fiscal year 2010. In FY 2013, construction funding was reduced from
      $3,000,000 to $1,000,000. In FY 2014, construction funding was reduced from
      $2,000,000 to $0.

   •   Adjustment - The Bees Ferry Rd. Project was amended by increasing construction
       funding from $0 to $2,000,000 in fiscal year 2010 and from $0 to $2,000,000 in fiscal
       year 2013. In FY 2014, construction funding was increased from $1,000,000 to
       $3,000,000.

Federal Transit Administration Projects
   • Addition –      Under the FTA Section 5309 – Statewide Transit Facilities Program, an
      allocation of $403,000 was added.

Projects Exempt from Guideshare
   • Addition -      The replacement of a bridge over the Abbapoola Creek on Bryans Dairy
       Rd (S-967, Johns Island) was added to Fiscal Year 2010, in the amount of $500,000 to
       commence preliminary engineering.

   •   Adjustment – The I-526 Interstate Maintenance Project was amended to concur with the
       Statewide TIP.

   •   Adjustment – Updated the Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation Projects to concur with
       the changes in projects schedules.


CHATS TIP Amendment #6 – October 29, 2010
Guideshare Projects
   • Adjustment – The Berlin Myers Parkway project has been modified by increasing
      preliminary engineering funding from $0 to $1,500,000 in fiscal year 2011.


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   •   Adjustment – The Harborview Rd. project has been modified by reducing construction
       funding from $3,000,000 to $0 in fiscal year 2010 and decreasing construction funding
       from $3,000,000 to $2,000,000.

   •   Adjustment – The Bees Ferry Rd. project has been modified by reducing construction
       funding from $2,000,000 to $0 in fiscal year 2010, increasing construction funding from
       $0 to 2,000,000 in fiscal year 2011, increasing construction funding from $1,000,000 to
       3,000,000 in fiscal year 2012, increasing construction funding from $2,000,000 to
       4,000,000 in fiscal year 2013.

   •   Adjustment – The Maybank Highway project has been modified by reducing
       construction funding from $2,000,000 to $0 in fiscal year 2013.

   •   Adjustment – The guideshare allocation for the CHATS program was increased by
       $2,960,000 per year starting in fiscal year 2011.

Federal Transit Administration Projects
   • Modification –         Under the FTA section, an allocation of $6,020,126 was added to
      the intermodal Center project. This is a discretionary award from the FTA State of Good
      Repair Program.

CHATS TIP Administrative Amendment #7 – February 28, 2011
Guideshare Projects
   • Adjustment – The College Park Rd. project has been modified by moving $1.0 M in
      2014 and $1.3 M in 2015 to $2.3 M in 2013 for construction

CHATS TIP Amendment #8 – April 29, 2011

Guideshare Projects
   • Adjustment – The Berlin Myers Parkway project has been modified by moving
      $7,200,000 in construction from FY10 obligation year to FY13. Construction funds in
      the amount of $2,500,000 in FY11 and $2,500,000 in FY12 are being combined to total
      $5,000,000 in construction funds in FY14. Lastly, the $14,662,000 obtained from
      funding transfer with SCDOT for the CHATS ARRA allocation is being moved from
      FY10 to FY13 and FY14 in equal portions

   •   Adjustment – The Bacons Bridge Rd. project has been modified by reducing
       construction funding from $2,500,000 to $0 in fiscal year 2015 and increasing
       construction funding from $0 to $2,500,000 in FY12

   •   Adjustment – The Long Range Plan project has been modified by moving the FY10
       obligation of $25,000 to FY11 obligation year

   •   Adjustment – The Embassy Dr. and Old Orangeburg Rd. intersection project has been
       modified by extracting $100,000 for Preliminary Engineering and $21,000 for ROW
       acquisition from the $776,000 for construction in FY10. The remainder of the

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       construction funds have been moved to FY11 for a new budget of $979,000 for project
       construction

   •   Adjustment – The Commuter Rail Study has been modified by moving $2,500 of the
       $97,000 FY09 obligation to FY11 obligation year for a total obligation of $1,402,500.
       The remaining $94,500 has been added to the FY11 obligation year of the Signal System
       Master Plan project

   •   Adjustment – The US 52/US 78 Bicycle Facility has been modified by moving $600,000
       of the $698,000 in construction funds from FY10 to FY11 obligation year. The $98,000
       remains in FY10, funding construction activities to date

   •   Adjustment – The Signal System Master Plan project has been modified by adding
       $163,250 to FY11 obligation year for planning activities. These funds are comprised of
       $94,500 from the $97,000 for the Commuter Rail project in FY09 obligation year and
       $68,750 from a carryover balance in the Congestion Management project. This project
       was extracted from the Congestion Management line item to be presented as its own
       project

   •   Adjustment – The Complete Streets program has been modified by moving $1,000,000 in
       construction funding from the FY10 obligation year to FY11, resulting a total of
       $2,000,000 for construction activities in FY 2011

   •   Adjustment – The Neck Area Master Plan Project has been modified by moving
       $1,000,000 in planning funds from the FY10 obligation year to FY11

   •   Adjustment – The debt service amounts were adjusted for each year of the 2010-2015
       program. SCDOT refinanced the bonding program and the revised payments are shown
       below:
           o FY2010 - previous payment - $6,394,000, new payment - $6,251,364.48
           o FY2011 - previous payment - $6,343,000, new payment - $7,218,778.35
           o FY2012 - previous payment - $6,297,000, new payment - $6,953,948.80
           o FY2013 - previous payment - $6,311,000, new payment - $6,182,600.06
           o FY2014 - previous payment - $6,285,000, new payment - $6,110,197.47
           o FY2015 - previous payment - $6,258,000, new payment - $6,036,790.59

Projects Exempt from Guideshare
   • Adjustment – Updated the Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation Projects to concur with
       the Statewide TIP.

   •   Adjustment- The Port Access Road project has been adjusted by adding $18,456,000 in
       ROW funding and $2,000,000 in planning funds to a prior obligation year. These funds
       were provided by the SC General Assembly. In fiscal year 2013, $151,544,000 was
       added for construction activities allocated by the SC General Assembly with the SC SPA
       as the recipient


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Federal Transit Administration Projects
   • Addition – Under the FTA section, an allocation of $2,008,600 was added to the FTA
      Section 5309 Vehicle Acquisition Program in FY11, bringing the total to $2,411,600. An
      allocation from the Statewide Vehicle Acquisition Program administered by SCDOT
      contributes $1,008,600 and Congressional earmark E2010-BUSP-178 provides
      $1,000,000 to arrive at a total of $2,411,600.

   •   Addition – The Federal Fiscal Year 2011 FTA Section 5316 (Job Access and Reverse
       Commute Program) funding was added to Fiscal Year 2011 in the amount of $281,565.
       This amount is based on the Continuing Appropriations and Surface Transportation
       Extension Act, 2011, as amended (Pub. L.111-322, Div. C.). These funds are allocated
       based a competitive award process, which is scheduled for 4th quarter of FY11

   •   Addition – The Federal Fiscal Year 2011 FTA Section 5317 (New Freedom Program)
       funding was added to Fiscal Year 2011 in the amount of $158,653. This amount is based
       on the Continuing Appropriations and Surface Transportation Extension Act, 2011, as
       amended (Pub. L.111-322, Div. C.). These funds are allocated based a competitive
       award process, which is scheduled for 4th quarter of FY11

Transportation Enhancement Projects
   • Removal –       The following transportation enhancement projects have been completed
      as an existing road widening or infrastructure project, therefore Enhancement funds are
      not needed. and are a portion of the existing transportation infrastructure:
          o Town of Lincolnville – Lincolnville Ave. Parkway – Phase II
          o City of North Charleston – Highway 78 Tree Planting
          o Town of Mount Pleasant – Coleman Blvd. Pedestrian Access – Phase III-D
          o Town of Mount Pleasant – Coleman Blvd. Pedestrian Access – Phase III-E

   •   Adjustment – The FY08 Ashley River Bicycle / Pedestrian Facility project was modified
       by transferring the funding to the St. Andrews On-street Bicycle Facility, obligating
       $200,000 in FY11

Locally Funded Projects
   • Adjustment – The Henry Brown Blvd. Extension-Phase I project has been modified by
       moving $1,000,000 in ROW funding from FY11 to FY12 and adding $500,000 in ROW
       funding, arriving at $1,500,000 in ROW funding in FY12. Construction funding has
       been modified by moving $11,200,000 in FY11 and $10,450,000 in FY12 to FY13,
       arriving at a total of $21,150,000 in construction funding ($500,000 was removed from
       budget for construction). The modifications described here are local funds generated
       from the Berkeley County Transportation Sales Tax Program. Congressional earmark
       funds for construction in the amount of $5,974,000 has been moved from FY11 to FY13

   •   Addition– The Henry Brown Blvd. Extension-Phase II project has been added to FY11
       with $2,000,000 of local funding allocated for planning and design.

CHATS TIP Amendment #9 – August 22, 2011

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Locally Funded Projects
   • Addition– The Delemar Highway (SC 165) project has been added to FY12 with
       $4,000,000 of local funding allocated for construction.

CHATS TIP Amendment #10 – December 12, 2011

Guideshare Projects
   • Adjustment – The Harborview Rd. a project has been modified by moving $14,150,000
      in construction funds from FY 2011 to FY 2012. These funds are generated from the
      Charleston County Transportation Sales Tax revenues. Guideshare funds in the amount
      of $2,000,000 has been moved from FY 2011, resulting in a total of $5,000,000 in
      construction funds in FY 2012.

   •   Adjustment – The Bacons Bridge Road project has been modified by adding
       $19,215,430 in construction funds in FY 2012. New funding in the amount of
       $9,607,715 was awarded by SCDOT through the Federal 50% Match Program. Also, an
       allocation in the amount of $1,500,000 has been added in FY 2012 for construction from
       the SCDOT Safety Program.

   •   Adjustment – The College Park Road project has been modified by reducing planning-
       engineering funding from $235,000 to $200,000 in fiscal year 2010, increasing planning-
       engineering funding from $0 to 310,000 in fiscal year 2011, reducing right of way
       funding in 2010 from $3,000,000 to $0, increasing right of way funding in 2011 from
       $2,000,000 to $9,500,000, reducing construction funding in FY 2011 from $4,600,000 to
       $0, and increasing construction funding from $9,165,000 to $13,765,000 in FY 2012. All
       funding involved in this adjustment are locally-generated via the Berkeley County
       Transportation Sales Tax.

   •   Adjustment – The US Hwy 52 / US Hwy 78 Multi-use Bicycle Facility project was
       amended by adding $325,000 in construction funding in FY 2012. The funding is being
       allocated from the unobligated balance in the CHATS Guideshare Program.

   •   Adjustment – The debt service amounts were adjusted for each year of the 2010-2015
       program. SCDOT refinanced the bonding program and the revised payments are shown
       below:
           o FY2011 - previous payment - $7,218,778.35, new payment - $7,211,092.96
           o FY2012 - previous payment - $6,953,948.80, new payment - $6,935,218.23
           o FY2013 - previous payment - $6,182,600.06, new payment - $6,164,929.12
           o FY2014 - previous payment - $6,110,197.47, new payment - $6,091,775.08
           o FY2015 - previous payment - $6,036,790.59, new payment - $6,017,665.25

Projects Exempt from Guideshare
   • Adjustment – Updated the Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation Projects to concur with
       the Statewide TIP.


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   •   Added – An award from the FHWA National Scenic Byway program has been received
       in the amount of $269,280 to construct byway turnouts and recreational access on the
       Edisto Island National Scenic Byway located in Charleston, South Carolina. Funds will
       provide a pullover area near Russell Creek and areas to pull over and park at the Sand
       Creek and Store Creek bridges to access water recreation.

   •   Added – An award from the FHWA National Scenic Byway program has been received
       in the amount of $635,000 to construct an extension of the existing bike lanes along the
       Edisto Island National Scenic Byway that starts at Edisto Beach and currently terminate
       at the Colleton County line. The Edisto Island National Scenic Byway located in
       Charleston County, South Carolina. Four-foot wide lanes, located on both sides of the
       road will accommodate both bike and pedestrian usage allowing byway travelers to travel
       safely from the beach to the Botany Bay Plantation Wildlife Management Area. The new
       extension's first phase will start at Palmetto Road and end at the intersection of Botany
       Bay Road in Charleston County.

Federal Transit Administration Projects
   • Addition –     Under the FTA Section 5339 – Alternatives Analysis, a competitively
      awarded discretionary grant program, an allocation of $360,000 was added to FY 2012.

SAFETEA-LU Earmark Projects
  • Adjustment – The Railroad Avenue Project, within the City of Hanahan, was amended
     by adding $4,200,000 in Berkeley Co. Transportation Sales Tax funds and moving all
     allocated funding to Fiscal Year 2013.

Locally Funded Projects
   • Adjustment - The Clements Ferry Road-Phase I Project was modified by adding
       $10,000,000 in construction funds to Fiscal Year 2013 and moving construction funds
       from FY 2012, for a total amount of $18,000,000 in FY 2013. The project is a context-
       sensitive capacity improvement project.

   •   Removal -       The Clements Ferry Road-Phase II Project has been removed from the
       Program.

   •   Adjustment – The Delemar Highway (SC 165) project has been modified by reducing
       funding from $4,000,000 to $2,250,000 in FY12 provided from local sources for
       construction.

   •   Adjustment – The US Highway 17, Septima Clark Parkway project has been modified
       by adding $12,500,000 in construction funds to FY 2012. The new funding was awarded
       by SCDOT through the Federal 50% Match Program.

Transportation Enhancement Projects
   • Removal –        The following transportation enhancement projects have been closed by
      the jurisdiction and have been removed from the Program:
          o Town of Lincolnville – Lincolnville Ave. Parkway – Phase III

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           o Charleston County / Town of James Island – Fort Johnson Road Bikeway &
             Multi-use Trail




CHATS TIP Amendment #11 – January 30, 2012

Projects Exempt from Guideshare
   • Adjustment – Updated the Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation Projects and Interstate
       Program Projects to concur with the Statewide TIP.

Federal Transit Administration Projects
   • Adjustment – Under the FTA Section 5307 and Section 5340 – Urbanized Area
      Apportionments, an allocation of $2,579,950 was added to FY 2012. This apportionment
      is based on funding made available under THUD Appropriations/SL Extension Enacted -
      P.L. 112-55/112-30, which provides approximately fifty percent of the annual obligation.

   •   Adjustment – Under the FTA Section 5316 – Job Access Reverse Commute, an
       allocation of $152,866 was added to FY 2012. This apportionment is based on funding
       made available under THUD Appropriations/SL Extension Enacted - P.L. 112-55/112-30,
       which provides approximately fifty percent of the annual obligation.

   •   Adjustment – Under the FTA Section 5317 – New Freedom, an allocation of $87,199
       was added to FY 2012. This apportionment is based on funding made available under
       THUD Appropriations/SL Extension Enacted - P.L. 112-55/112-30, which provides
       approximately fifty percent of the annual obligation.

Transportation Enhancement Projects
   • Removal -       The Ben Sawyer Boulevard Causeway Bicycle/Pedestrian Facility project,
      awarded in fiscal year 2010 was removed. The funding award, in the amount of
      $308,000 was transferred to the Charleston County - Ben Sawyer Boulevard Multi-Use
      Path project, FY 2012.

   •   Addition –     The following transportation enhancement projects were added in fiscal
       years 2012. The last three listed project were added to fiscal year 2013:
          o Charleston County - Ben Sawyer Blvd Multi-Use Path, in the amount of $400,000
              in federal funding
          o Dorchester County/ Town of Summerville - Sawmill Branch Canal Trail
              Extension, in the amount of $811,336 in federal funding
          o City of Hanahan - Hanahan Comprehensive Trail, in the amount of $322,023 in
              federal funding
          o Berkeley County/City of Charleston - St. Thomas Island/Clement Ferry
              Pedestrian Facility, in the amount of $509,467 in federal funding


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           o City of Charleston - Glenn McConnell Parkway Multi-Use Path, in the amount of
             $436,964 in federal funding
           o City of North Charleston - Dorchester Road Sidewalk Infill, in the amount of
             $388,960 in federal funding




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                                                                                                                                                          CHATS FINANCIAL STATEMENT
                 (COST IN THOUSANDS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                TIP             TOTAL
                                                                                                                                       FY                  FY                   FY                   FY                  FY                  FY               FY               COST          PROJECT COST
                     PIN #        PRIORITY                             GUIDESHARE PROJECTS                                            2009                2010                 2011                 2012                2013                2014             2015           (2010-2015)                                        FUNDING
                      23349          13        BERLIN MYERS PARKWAY - LAST PHASE                                                          800 PE                                  1,500 PE                                                                                          13,700                     CHATS Guideshare
                                               (SC 165 TO US 17A)                                                                                               0 C                                  7,331 **              7,331 **                                                                           Dorchester Co. Sales Tax
                                                                                                                                                                                          0   C           0 C              7,200 C            5,000 C
                      40959                    HARBORVIEW RD                                                                                                                                                                                                                         6,000       To Be         CHATS Guideshare
                                  Cost-Share                                                                                                                                          -               5,000   C             1,000   C                                                          Determined
                                   Projects                                                                                                                    185 P                                                                                                                16,510                     Charleston Co. Sales Tax
                                               (SC 30 TO FORT JOHNSON RD)                                                                                    2,175 R
                                                                                                                                                                                                     14,150   C
                                               BACON'S BRIDGE RD                                                                                                                                      2,500   C            2,500    C         2,500 C                                7,500                  (0) CHATS Guideshare
                                  Cost-Share   (CURRENT 4 LANE TO JUST PAST HWY 61)                                                                                                                  15,193   C                                                                     15,193                     Dorchester Co. Sales Tax
                                   Projects                                                                                                                                                           9,608   C                                                                      9,608                     SCDOT Federal Match Program
                                                                                                                                                                                                      1,500   C                                                                      1,500                     STP Safety Program
                                               US 78                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -         To Be         CHATS Guideshare and
                                  Cost-Share   (BERLIN MYERS PKWY TO CHATS BOUNDARY)                                                                                                                                                                                                           Determined      Dorchester Co. Sales Tax
                                   Projects
                      40255                    BEES FERRY RD                                                                                                                                                                                                                        15,000       To Be         CHATS Guideshare
                                  Cost-Share   (US 17 TO ASHLEY RIVER RD)                                                                                                          2000       C       3,000   C             4,000             3,000 C          3,000 C                         Determined
                                   Projects                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7,000                     SCDOT Federal Match Program
                                                                                                                                                                                  7,000       C
                                               LOCAL FUNDING                                                                                                 4,250 R                                                                                                                24,975                     Charleston Co. Sales Tax
                                                                                                                                                                                  12900       C       7,825   C
                      38779       Cost-Share   COLLEGE PARK ROAD                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2,300                     CHATS Guideshare
                                    Project    (FROM US HWY 17 ALT TO CORPORATE PKWY)                                                                                                                                       2,300   C
                                               LOCAL FUNDING                                                                                                   200 PL               310 PE                                                                                          23,775                     Berkeley County Sales Tax
                                                                                                                                                                                  9,500 R            13,765   C
                      41166                    CONGESTION MANAGEMENT                                                                         25 PL               25 PL                    56 PL            25 PL               25 PL               25 PL            25 PL             181                      STP
                                               SIGNAL SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT                                                                                                              163 PE                                                                                         1,163                     STP
                     40439                                                                                                                                                        1,000 C
                  38767 / 41167                LONG RANGE PLAN                                                                               24 PL               0   PL              50 PL                 25 PL               25 PL               25 PL            25 PL              150                     STP
                     23418                     INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS                                                                                       220   R                                                                                                               2,308                     NHS/STP/CMAQ
                                                 MURRAY DR. @ HANAHAN RD. (CITY OF HANAHAN)                                               300 C              2,088   C                                                                                                                                         Berkeley Co. Transpo. Sales Tax-
                                               LOCAL FUNDING                                                                                                   800   C                                                                                                                 800                     $800,000
                      23460                    INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS                                                                                       100   PE                                                                                                              1,100                     NHS/STP/CMAQ
                                                 EMBASSY AT OLD ORANGEBURG                                                                                      21   R              979 C
                      41164                    COMMUTER RAIL STUDY                                                                                                                1,403 PL                                                                                           1,403                     STP
                      39868                    US HWY 52 / US HWY 78 BICYCLE FACILITY                                                                            98 PE                                                                                                               1,023                     CHATS Guideshare
                                                                                                                                                                                    600 C               325   C
                      41162                    I-26 ANALYSIS                                                                                                                      1,026 PL                                                                                           1,026                     STP
                                               COMPLETE STREETS                                                                                                  0                2,000               1,000                 1,000             1,000            1,000                 6,000                     STP
                      39986                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    STP - Federal Funding 80%
                                               REGIONAL LAND USE PLAN                                                                                        1,000 PL                                                                                                                1,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               State Funding 20%
                                               NECK AREA MASTER PLAN                                                                                                              1,000 PL                                                                                           1,000
                      41165                    TRANSPORTATION MODELING/SIMULATION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS                                                                                50 PL                                                                        47 PL                 97
                                               DEBT SERVICE                                                                              6,594               6,251                7,211               6,935                 6,165             6,092            6,018                38,672

                                                                                     GUIDESHARE SUBTOTALS                               $7,743              $9,803              $19,038             $18,810              $24,215            $17,642          $10,115               $99,623                                                        $99,623

                                                                                     GUIDESHARE ALLOCATION                              13,993              13,993               16,953              16,953               16,953             16,953           16,953               $98,758
                                                                                     NON ARRA FUNDS                                                         14,662                                                                                                                 $14,662
                                                                                     CARRYOVER AVAILABLE                                 3,280              10,100               14,289              12,205               10,347              3,085            2,397               $52,423
                                                                                     BOND PROCEEDS
                                                                                     GUIDESHARE SUBTOTALS                               7,743                9,803               19,038              18,810               24,215             17,642           10,115               $99,623
                                                                                     BALANCE                                             9,530              14,289               12,205              10,347                3,085              2,397            9,235                66,220
                 *Cost-Share Projects-Funding is to be shared by county sales tax revenues and CHATS Guideshare funding (either NTS or STP). Funding will be approximately $2.5 million a year for Dorchester Co. projects and $3 million a year for Charleston Co. projects that are active during the current MTIP years.
                 **Non ARRA Funds




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                                                                                                                                                             CHATS FINANCIAL STATEMENT
                 (COST IN THOUSANDS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              -
                               PROJECTS EXEMPT FROM GUIDESHARE
                               BRIDGE REPLACEMENT & REHAB PROJECTS
                                 SC 171
                                 SC 703
                                 SC 171
                                 S-20
                                 SC 174
                                 US 78
                                 SC 174
                                 S-379
                                 S-86
                                 SC 174
                                 SC 7
                                 S-32
                                 S-91
                                 S-20
                                 S-967                                                                                                                          1,790 PE                                                                                                 FEDERAL AID BRIDGE PROGRAM
                                                                                                                                                                6,459 R                559    R            300 R            780 R
                                                                                                                                          47,054 PC            36,533 PC                                43,700 C         54,038 C                             $144,159
                               PAVEMENT PROJECTS                                                                                                                                              LISTED UNDER ARRA PROJECTS SECTION
                               INTERSECTION SAFETY PROJECTS
                                  S-37 @ S-33
                                  SC 41 @ S-50
                                  S-535 @ S-1258
                                  S-28 @ S-53                                                                                                                                                                                                                   $8,950   FEDERAL AID SAFETY PROJECTS
                                  S-53 @ S-67
                                  S-28 @ S-95
                                  S-51 @ S-504
                                  SC 61 @ S-504
                                  S-13 @ S-58                                                                                                                     250 PL                500 R
                                                                                                                                                                4,700 C               3,500 C
                               PAVEMENT SIGNING & MARKING                                                                                                                                      WAITING FOR SCDOT UPDATES
                               ITS (INTERSTATE)                                                                                                                                                WAITING FOR SCDOT UPDATES
                               INCIDENT RESPONSE PROGRAM                                                                                                          700 OP               700 OP           700 OP          700 OP             700 OP    700 OP     $4,200
                               APPROPRIATION EARMARKS                                                                                                                                       SEE STIP APPROPRIATION EARMARKS
                     22336     I-26 / REMOUNT ROAD INTERCHANGE - EXIT 212 & I-26 / AVIATION AVE INTERCHANGE - EXIT 211                                                                                                                                         $43,000   NHS/IM
                               (I-26 WIDENING FROM I-526 TO A POINT NEAR MIDLAND PARK RD / S-1187)                                        26,600 C             38,000   C             5,000   C
                               I-526 (WIDENING FROM I-26 TO SC 7)                                                                                               2,500   PE                                                                                      $2,500   NHS / IM
                               I-526 (INTERSTATE REHAB - MM 17 TO NEAR MM 20)                                                                                     150    P                                                                                      $6,650   FEDERAL AID - IM
                                                                                                                                                                6,500   C
                      BR-12   SC 41 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT (OVER WANDO RIVER)                                                                                                                                27,500 RC            27,500 RC                        $55,000   FEDERAL AID - BRIDGE PROGRAM
                              EDISTO ISLAND NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAY - TURNOUTS & WATER ACCESS                                                                                                                 269 C                                                        FHWA NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAY
                              EDISTO ISLAND NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAY - BICYCLE FACILITIES                                                                                                                      635 C                                                        FHWA NATIONAL SCENIC BYWAY
                              WAMBAW CYCLE TRAIL HARDENING                                                                                                        195 C                                                                                          $195    FEDERAL LANDS - REC. TRAILS
                              WANNAMAKER NATURE TRAILS                                                                                                             75 C                                                                                           $75    FEDERAL LANDS - REC. TRAILS
                              WEST ASHLEY GREENWAY - 3 PIPES BRIDGE REPLACEMENT                                                                                   121 C                                                                                          $121    FEDERAL LANDS - REC. TRAILS
                  FOSU 10(1), FORT MOULTRIE VISTOR CENTER                                                                                                                                                                                                        $564    PARK ROADS & PARKWAYS
                     900(1)    RESURFACE ENTRANCE ROAD & PARKING AREA                                                                                             564 C
                               STEED CREEK RD (S-1032/S-133)                                                                                                                                                                                                    $3,000   PUBLIC LANDS HIGHWAY-
                  SC FH 204(1) (US 17 to BERKELEY CO. LINE)                                                                                                                                                                                                              FOREST HIGHWAY
                               RESURFACING & SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS                                                                             244 C              3,000 C                                                                                                  ARRA FUNDS - $244,000

                                                                           PROJECTS EXEMPT FROM GUIDESHARE SUBTOTAL                      $73,898             $101,537              $10,259              $73,104              $83,018      $700      $700      $268,414                                  264,654



                               HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS
                                                                                              HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS TOTAL

                               STATE INFRASTRUCTURE BANK PROJECTS
                      27488    BRIDGE AT COOPER RIVER                                                                                     20,000                                                                                                                         OTHER
                               (DEMOLITION PROJECT)

                                                                                       SIB SUBTOTAL                                      $20,000

                 KEY: P - PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING, R - RIGHT OF WAY, C - CONSTRUCTION, PL - PLANNING
                   - SAFETEA-LU EARMARK FUNDS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED TO FUND THE BERLIN MYERS PARKWAY PROJECT FOR ROW, BEGINNING IN FY 2007. ONCE THOSE FUNDS ARE EXPENDED. CHATS GUIDESHARES (A MAXIMUM OF $4,489 MILLION)
                        WILL BE USED TO SUPPLEMENT THE EARMARKS FOR ROW AND ANY REMAINING GUIDESHARE FUNDS WILL GO TOWARDS CONSTRUCTION




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                                                                                                                                                CHATS FINANCIAL STATEMENT
                 (COST IN THOUSANDS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              TOTAL
                                                                                                                                 FY              FY          FY                 FY             FY             FY     FY     TIP COST       PROJECT COST
                      PIN #       AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 PROJECTS                                       2009            2010        2011               2012           2013           2014   2015   (2010-2015)                                    FUNDING
                                  BRIDGE REPLACEMENT & REHAB PROJECTS                                                                                                                                                                                     ARRA FUNDS - $990,000
                                      BRICKYARD ROAD (S-1958)                                                                     1,100     C                                                                                                             FEDERAL AID BRIDGE- $110,000
                                  PAVEMENT RESURFACING PROJECTS
                                     S-6 (FROM S-243 TO US 52)
                                     S-791 (FROM S-1142 TO US 52)
                                     S-1958 (FROM S-361 TO S-35)
                                     US 52 (FROM S-539 TO S-276)
                                     S-35 (FROM S-107 TO S-113)
                                     S-20 (FROM S-54 TO S-2143)
                                     S-894 (FROM SC 7 TO N. CHAS CITY LIMIT)
                                     S-233 (FROM SC 27 TO DEAD END)
                                     S-58 (FROM S-22 TO S-13)
                                     US 17 ALT (FROM SUMMERVILLE TOWN LIMIT TO S-211)
                                     US 176 (0.07 mi N of S-993 to 0.88 mi S of S-993)
                                     S-29 (S-503 TO A POINT NEAR S-136)
                                     S-20 (S-2134 to SC 700)
                                     S-1025 (US Naval Gate to 0.05 mi S of S-1217)
                                     US 52 (SC 642 to Railroad Crossing)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ARRA
                                     US 52 (SC 642 to Near S-291)
                                                                                                                                 10,026     C                                                                                                             FEDERAL AID PAVEMENT MAN.
                                     SC 642 (S-62 to Chas. Co. Line)
                                  INTERSTATE ITS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ARRA
                                     I-526 FIBER OPTIC CABLE                                                                      900*      C
                                  PAVEMENT SIGNING & MARKING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ARRA
                                     I-526 MARKING PROJECT                                                                         385      C
                                  INTERSTATE MAINTENANCE
                                     I-26 EAST BOUND MM 209- MM 217                                                                                                                                                                                       ARRA
                                     I-26 WEST BOUND MM 209 - MM 219                                                             12,000     C
                                  INTERSTATE 26 REHABILITATION                                                                   14,662     C    15,829 C                                                                        $15,829                  CHATS TMA ARRA ALLOCATION
                                  I-26 MILE MARKER 212-219                                                                                                                                                                                                $14.662 M & IM- $1.167 M
                                  ARRA TRANSIT PROJECTS
                                  CARTA CAPITAL PROGRAM                                                                           6,479                                                                                                                   AMERICAN RECOVERY &
                                      BUS SHELTERS (SYSTEM-WIDE)                                                                    725                                                                                                                   REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009
                                      FACILITY REHAB / RENOVATION                                                                 1,000
                                      VEHICLE REPLACEMENT                                                                         4,754
                                                                                                                                            C

                                                                                2009 ECONOMIC STIMULUS BILL PROJECTS SUBTOTAL   $45,552         $15,829                                                                          $15,829
                                  LOCALLY FUNDED PROJECTS
                                  JOHNNIE DODDS BOULEVARD                                                                         2,707 P           638 P                                                                                                 CHARLESTON COUNTY
                                  (CAPACITY IMPROVEMENTS FROM ARTHUR RAVENEL, JR. BRIDGE                                                          5,000 R      2,000 R                                                           $66,388                  TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX
                                  TO I-526 INTERCHANGE)                                                                                          18,500 C     25,375 C           14,875 C
                                  MUSC ROAD IMPROVEMENTS                                                                           282 P                                                                                                                  CHARLESTON COUNTY
                                  (INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS TO ROADWAYS                                                         400 R                                                                                          $5,500                  TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX
                                  SURROUNDING THE MUSC CAMPUS)                                                                                    5,500 C
                                  MAYBANK HIGHWAY                                                                                                                                                                                              To Be      CHATS Guideshare and
                                  (BOHICKET RD TO STONO RIVER)                                                                                      589 P                                                                        $28,789     Determined   Charleston Co. Sales Tax
                                  LOCAL FUNDING                                                                                                   5,500 R
                                                                                                                                                               2852        C     10,000   C      9,848   C
                                  JEDBURG RD. INTERCHANGE, I-26 WIDENING, I-26 FRONTAGE ROADS,                                    3,000 P         6,000 P                                                                                                 BERKELEY COUNTY
                                  SHEEP ISLAND PKWY, & SHEEP ISLAND RD. INTERCHANGE AT I-26                                      29,600 R         1,400 R                                                                        $95,700                  TRANSPORTATION IMPACT FEE
                                                                                                                                                 20,000 C     68,300 C
                                  SC 642 (DORCHESTER RD)                                                                                                                                                                          $8,080                  SCDOT Federal Match Program - 50%
                                                                                                                                                               8080    C
                                  (US 17A TO TROLLEY RD)                                                                                                                                                                                                  Dorchester Co. Sales Tax


                                  U.S. 17 SEPTIMA CLARK PARKWAY                                                                                               10,000 C                                                           $10,000                  USDOT TIGER PROGRAM - LOCAL MATCH
                                  (FROM END OF I-26 TO ASHLEY RIVER BRIDGES)                                                                                   2,500 C           12,500 C                                        $15,000                  CITY OF CHARLESTON
                                                                                                                                                                                 12,500 C                                        $12,500                  SCDOT FEDERAL MATCH PROGRAM
                                                                                                                                                                                               118,800 C                        $118,800                  INNOVATIVE FUNDING
                                  HENRY BROWN BLVD. EXTENSION- PHASE I                                                                                                                           5,974 C                          $5,974                  FEDERAL EARMARK
                                  (FROM LIBERTY HALL RD TO RED BANK ROAD)                                                                          190 PL          160 P                                                         $23,000                  BERKELEY COUNTY LOCALLY
                                  SYSTEM CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT                                                                                                                     1,500 R                                                                 FUNDED TRANSPO. SALES TAX
                                                                                                                                                                                                21,150 C
                                  HENRY BROWN BLVD. EXTENSION- PHASE II                                                                                        2,000 P                                                                                    BERKELEY COUNTY
                                  (FROM LIBERTY HALL RD TO US 52)                                                                                                                                                                 $2,000                  LOCALLY FUNDED TRANSPORTATION
                                  CONTEXT- SENSITIVE CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT                                                                                                                                                                                 SALES TAX PROJECT
                                  MARK CLARK EXPRESSWAY EXTENSION                                                                12,000 P                                                                                                                 CHARLESTON COUNTY
                                  (FROM US HWY 17 TO JAMES ISLAND CONNECTOR)                                                      7,671 R                                                                                        $79,329                  SIB FUNDED PROJECT
                                  CONTEXT- SENSITIVE NEW ALIGNMENT FACILITY                                                                                                      79,329 C
                                  CLEMENTS FERRY ROAD - PHASE I                                                                                    125 PL          160 P                                                                                  BERKELEY COUNTY
                                  (FROM I-526 to JACK PRIMUS RD)                                                                                                   250 R           465 R                                         $19,000                  LOCALLY FUNDED TRANSPORTATION
                                  CONTEXT- SENSITIVE CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT                                                                                                                       18,000 C                                                   SALES TAX PROJECT
                                  DELEMAR HIGHWAY (SC 165)                                                                                                                                                                                                DORCHESTER COUNTY
                                  (FROM ASHLEY RIVER RD (SC 61) TO A POINT NEAR ASHLEY RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL)                                                                                                                         $2,250                  LOCALLY FUNDED TRANSPORTATION
                                  SAFETY IMPROVEMENT                                                                                                                              2,250 C                                                                 DORCEHSTER SCHOOL DISTRICT

                                                                                              LOCALLY FUNDED PROGRAM SUBTOTAL   $55,660         $63,442     $121,677           $133,419       $173,772                          $492,310
                  * - Funding amount includes improvements in multiple areas of the state                                                                                                                                                                        CHATS Transportation Improvement Program
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                                                                                                                                                   CHATS FINANCIAL STATEMENT
                 (COST IN THOUSANDS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            TIP            TOTAL
                                                                                                                                    FY              FY            FY              FY            FY             FY           FY             COST         PROJECT COST
                     PIN #    FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION                                                                       2009            2010          2011            2012          2013           2014         2015         (2010-2015)                                  FUNDING
                              CARTA (RECIPIENT FOR REGION)                                                                                                                                                                                    $30,611                  FTA SECTION 5307
                              CAPITAL AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE                                                                     4,879           4,769 C       4,943    C      5,160   C      5,186   C    5,212 C      5,342 C                                    FTA SECTION 5340
                              CARTA (RECIPIENT FOR REGION)                                                                                                                                                                                     $6,020                  FTA SECTION 5309
                                INTERMODAL CENTER                                                                                     475                          6,020    C                                                                                          STATE OF GOOD REPAIR PROGRAM
                              CARTA                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    FTA SECTION 5309 - E2010-BUSP-178
                              CAPITAL -STATEWIDE VEHICLE ACQUISITION FUND                                                                                          2,412 VA                                                                                            STATEWIDE TRANSIT FACILITY PROG
                              BERK-CHARL-DORCH COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                                                                                                               360 PL                                                       $360                  FTA SECTION 5339
                              ALTERNATIVES ANALYSIS
                              BERK-CHARL-DORCH COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                                                                                                                                                                          $1,163                  FTA SECTION 5316
                              JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE                                                                            318             294 OP            563 OP      306 OP
                              BERK-CHARL-DORCH COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS                                                                                                                                                                            $654                  FTA SECTION 5317
                              NEW FREEDOM PROGRAM                                                                                     185             162 OP            318 OP      174 OP

                                                                                                                  FTA SUBTOTAL      $5,857          $5,225       $14,255          $5,826         $5,186       $5,212       $5,342             $38,808



                              SAFETEA-LU EARMARK PROJECTS
                              RAILROAD AVENUE EXTENSION                                                                                                                                                                                        $5,706                  BERKELEY CO SALES TAX
                              (BERKELEY COUNTY)                                                                                                                                                  1,706    C                                                            FEDERAL -$ 1,600,000
                              SAFETEA-LU # 416                                                                                                        -                                          8,200    C                                    $8,200                  SCDOT MATCH - $ 341,384
                              BERLIN MYERS INTERCHANGE EXTENSION                                                                                                                                                                                                     SPENDING LIMITATION
                              SAFETEA-LU # 441 *                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FEDERAL -$ 6,400,000
                                                                                                                                    1,088                                                                                                                              MATCH - $ 1,365,536
                              MUSC ROADWAY ENHANCEMENTS                                                                                                                                                                                        $9,100                  MATCHING AGENCY - LOCAL
                              SAFETEA-LU # 995 *                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FEDERAL -$ 3,600,000
                                                                                                                                                    9,100    C                                                                                                         LOCAL - $5,500,000
                              US 17 / BOWMAN RD. INTERCHANGE                                                                                                                                                                                   $7,316                  MATCHING AGENCY - LOCAL
                              SAFETEA-LU # 1238                                                                                                     3,704    R                                                                                                         04 & 05 APPROPRIATIONS
                              (MATCHING AGENCY - TOWN OF MT. PLEASANT)                                                                816                          3,612    C
                              PORT ACCESS ROAD (Connecting to I-26)                                                             10,000      P                                                                                                                       MATCHING AGENCY - LOCAL
                              SAFETEA-LU # 4872 *                                                                                  15,456      R                                               151,544    C                                  $151,544                  FEDERAL -$ 10,000,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MATCH - $ 2,133,650
                              DEMOLITION OF THE OLD COOPER RIVER BRIDGES                                                                                                                                                                                               SPENDING LIMITATION
                              (CHARLESTON COUNTY)                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FEDERAL -$ 5,000,000
                              SAFETEA-LU # 4881 *                                                                                     850                                                                                                                              MATCH - $ 1,066,825
                              US HIGHWAY 17                                                                                                                        3,820    C                                                                  $3,820                  SAFETEA-LU EARMARK & TCSP GRANT
                              (WIDENING FROM ISLE OF PALMS CONNECTOR TO A POINT NEAR DARRELL CREEK                                                                10,000    C                                                                 $10,000                  SCDOT FEDERAL MATCH PROGRAM
                               TRAIL & HUNGREYNECK INTERCHANGE PROJECT)                                                                             2,916    P                                                                                $65,721                  FUNDS FROM CHAS. CO.
                              SAFETEA-LU # 4891 SC* & TCSP #09SC007                                                                                   950    R                      -      R       -      R                                                            TRANSPO. SALES TAX
                              MATCH TO BE PROVIDED BY TOWN OF MT. PLEASANT & CHAS CO.                                                                                            20,000    C    20,000    C   18,000   C    3,855   C                                  MATCHING AGENCY - LOCAL

                                                                                                  SAFETEA-LU EARMARK TOTAL         $28,210         $12,804       $17,432                       $161,450                                       $35,942

                              ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS
                        1     SAWMILL HIKER / BIKER - TRAIL SCHOOLHOUSE                                                                                                                                                                                                STP                             $71,690
                              (TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE)                                                                                                                                                                                                                    TOTAL -                         $89,613
                              (FY '04)                                                                                                $72                                                                                                                              MATCH -                         $17,923
                        4     AVONDALE STREETSCAPING                                                                                                                                                                                                                   STP                            $283,200
                              (CITY OF CHARLESTON)                                                                                                                                                                                                                     TOTAL -                        $354,000
                              (FY '04)    *$200,000 transferred from FY01 Rail ROW Project                                            354                                                                                                                              MATCH -                         $70,800
                       6B     COLEMAN BLVD                                                                                                                                                                                                                             STP                            $305,000
                              (TOWN OF MT. PLEASANT)                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL -                        $381,250
                              (FY '04)                                                                                               $305                                                                                                                              MATCH -                         $76,250
                        3     GAHAGAN PLANTATION                                                                                                                                                                                                                       STP                             $77,804
                              CONNECTOR TRAIL                                                                                                                                                                                                                          TOTAL -                         $97,255
                              (TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE)                                                                                                                                                                                                                    MATCH -                         $19,451
                              (FY '05)                                                                                                    78
                        5     JOHNNIE DODDS BLVD                                                                                                                                                                                                                       STP                            $112,156
                              PEDESTRIAN ACCESS                                                                                                                                                                                                                        TOTAL -                        $140,195
                              (TOWN OF MT. PLEASANT)                                                                                                                                                                                                                   MATCH -                         $28,039
                              (FY '05)                                                                                                112
                        7     BRIDGE VIEW DRIVE SIDEWALK                                                                                                                                                                                                               STP                            $182,000
                              (CHARLESTON COUNTY)                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TOTAL -                        $227,500
                              (FY '05)                                                                                                182                                                                                                                              MATCH -                         $45,500
                       1A     EAGLE-CHANDLER BRIDGE CREEK TRAIL                                                                                                                                                                                                        STP                            $381,000
                              (DORCHESTER COUNTY)                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TOTAL -                        $476,251
                              (FY06 & FY08)                                                                                           381                                                                                                                              MATCH -                         $95,250
                        1     SAWMILL BRANCH TRAIL-PHASE V & VI                                                                                                                                                                                                        STP -                          $240,488
                              (TOWN OF SUMMERVILLE)                                                                                                                                                                                                                    TOTAL -                        $300,610
                              (FY07 & FY08)                                                                                           240                                                                                                                              MATCH -                         $60,122
                        2     MUNICIPAL CENTER HIKER-BIKER TRAIL                                                                                                                                                                                                       STP                            $231,807
                              (TOWN OF GOOSE CREEK)                                                                                                                                                                                                                    TOTAL -                        $309,903
                              (FY07 & FY08)                                                                                           232                                                                                                                              MATCH -                         $78,096


                                                                                          ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM SUBTOTAL              $1,956

                 KEY: P - PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING   R - RIGHT OF WAY   C - CONSTRUCTION   CA - CAPITAL PURCHASE   OP - OPERATING

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                                                                                                                                      CHATS FINANCIAL STATEMENT
                 (COST IN THOUSANDS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                             -
                                                                                                                                                                                               TIP            TOTAL
                                                                                                                           FY          FY        FY             FY     FY     FY     FY       COST         PROJECT COST
                              ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS                                                                        2009        2010      2011           2012   2013   2014   2015   (2010-2015)                                  FUNDING
                        4     SIDEWALK PROJECT PHASE IV-OLD FORT RD.                                                                                                                                                      STP                            $219,261
                              (DORCHESTER COUNTY)                                                                                                                                                                         TOTAL -                        $274,076
                              (FY '07)                                                                                       219                                                                                          MATCH -                         $54,815
                        5     ST. ANDREWS BLVD ON-STREET BICYCLE FACILITY                                                                                                                           $200                  STP                                  $0
                              (City of Charleston, Admin. by Charleston County)                                                                                                                                           TOTAL -                              $0
                              (FY08)                                                                                                                   200 C                                                              MATCH -                              $0
                        6     DORCHESTER ROAD Multi-Use Path                                                                                                                                                              STP                            $106,393
                              (City of North Charleston)                                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL -                        $132,991
                              (FY08)                                                                                         106                                                                                          MATCH -                         $26,598
                        8     STATION MARKER POSTS                                                                                                                                                                        STP                             $18,920
                              (Town of Sullivan's Island)                                                                                                                                                                 TOTAL -                         $23,650
                              (FY08)                                                                                             19                                                                                       MATCH -                          $4,730
                              RIVERS VILLAGE @ NOISETTE CREEK                                                                                                                                                             STP                            $130,974
                              (City of North Charleston)                                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL -                        $163,718
                              (FY02)                                                                                         131                                                                                          MATCH -                         $32,744
                              NORTH THIRD STREET PED FACILITY                                                                                                                                                             STP                             $51,227
                              (Town of Summerville)                                                                                                                                                                       TOTAL -                         $64,034
                              (FY03)                                                                                             51                                                                                       MATCH -                         $12,807
                              WEST 9th STREET PED. FACILITY                                                                                                                                                               STP                             $47,822
                              (Town of Summerville)                                                                                                                                                                       TOTAL -                         $59,778
                              (FY06)                                                                                             48                                                                                       MATCH -                         $11,956
                              PATRIOT BLVD. BIKEWAY                                                                                                                                                                       STP                            $140,000
                              (City of North Charleston) From Appian Way to Club Course Dr                                                                                                                                TOTAL -                        $175,000
                              (FY07)                                                                                         140                                                                                          MATCH -                         $35,000
                              BOONEHILL RD. SIDEWALK                                                                                                                                                                      STP                            $165,200
                              (Town of Summerville) From Carolina St. to Luden Rd. along Boonehill Rd.                                                                                                                    TOTAL -                        $206,500
                              (FY06)                                                                                         165                                                                                          MATCH -                         $41,300
                              WEST ASHLEY GREENWAY MUTLI-USE FACILITY - PHASE IV                                                                                                                    $188                  STP                            $188,000
                              (City of Charleston) From Folly Road (SC 171) to Campbell Drive                                                                                                                             TOTAL -                        $235,000
                              (FY10)                                                                                                                   188                                                                MATCH -                         $47,000
                              PLANTATION NORTH HIKER/BIKER - PHASE II                                                                                                                               $231                  STP                            $231,173
                              (City of Goose Creek) From Indigo Place to Oak Creek along Plantation North Blvd.                                                                                                           TOTAL -                        $288,966
                              (FY10)                                                                                                                   231                                                                MATCH -                         $57,793
                              SAWMILL BRANCH CANAL MULTI-USE FACILITY - PHASE VI                                                                                                                     $71                  STP                             $71,318
                              (Town of Summerville) Extension of the Sawmill Branch Trail from US-78 to Marymeade Drive                                                                                                   TOTAL -                         $89,148
                              (FY10)                                                                                                                    71                                                                MATCH -                         $17,830
                              OLD FORT DRIVE HIKER/BIKER FACILITY                                                                                                                                   $313                  STP                            $312,800
                              (Dorchester County) From Wal-Mart driveway to Commencement Blvd. along Old Fort Dr.                                                                                                         TOTAL -                        $391,000
                              (FY10)                                                                                                                   313                                                                MATCH -                         $78,200
                              APPIAN WAY SIDEWALK                                                                                                                                                    $22                  STP                             $21,966
                              (Dorchester County) From Landing Pkwy to Athens Way along Appian Way                                                                                                                        TOTAL -                         $27,458
                              (FY10)                                                                                                                    22                                                                MATCH -                          $5,492
                              RIVERS AVENUE SIDEWALK - PHASE I                                                                                                                                      $367                  STP                            $366,502
                              (City of North Charleston) From Ashley Phosphate Rd to Aviation Ave. along Rivers Ave.                                                                                                      TOTAL -                        $458,128
                              (FY10)                                                                                                                   367                                                                MATCH -                         $91,626
                              OLD ORANGEBURG ROAD SIDEWALK                                                                                                                                           $86                  STP                             $86,240
                              (Dorchester County) From Butternut Rd. to Central Ave. along Old Orangeburg Rd.                                                                                                             TOTAL -                        $107,800
                              (FY10)                                                                                                                 86                                                                   MATCH -                         $21,560
                                                                                           ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM SUBTOTAL     $879                 $1,025                                           $1,905
                 KEY: P - PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING    R - RIGHT OF WAY   C - CONSTRUCTION




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                                                                                                                                                  CHATS FINANCIAL STATEMENT
                 (COST IN THOUSANDS)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    TIP            TOTAL
                                                                                                                                      FY           FY         FY        FY        FY         FY        FY          COST         PROJECT COST
                              ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS                                                                                   2009         2010       2011      2012      2013       2014      2015      (2010-2015)                                    FUNDING
                              BEN SAWYER BLVD MULTI-USE PATH                                                                                                                                                             $708                    STP                            $708,000
                              (Charleston County) From Simmons Pointe Rd. to Myrtle Ave. Ben Sawyer Blvd.                                                                                                                                        TOTAL -                        $885,000
                              (FY10, FY11 Allocation)                                                                                                                     708                                                           $1,490   MATCH -                        $782,000
                              SAWMILL BRANCH CANAL TRAIL EXTENSION                                                                                                                                                       $811                    STP                            $811,336
                              (Dorchester County/Town of Summerville) Along Old Trolley Rd. and Dorchester Rd.                                                                                                                                   TOTAL -                      $1,014,170
                              (FY11, 12 Allocation plus carryover)                                                                                                        811                                                           $1,015   MATCH -                        $202,834
                              HANAHAN COMPREHENSIVE TRAIL                                                                                                                                                                $225                    STP                            $225,416
                              (City of Hanahan) Along Sweetgrass Boulevard                                                                                                                                                                       TOTAL -                        $322,023
                              (FY12)                                                                                                                                      225                                                            $322    MATCH -                        $104,658
                              ST. THOMAS ISLAND/CLEMENTS FERRY PEDESTRIAN FACILITY                                                                                                                                       $400                    STP                            $400,000
                              (Berkeley County/City of Charleston) From Clements Ferry Rd. to Beresford Creek along St. Thomas Dr.                                                                                                               TOTAL -                        $509,467
                              (FY12, 13 Allocation)                                                                                                                                   400                                                $509    MATCH -                        $111,360
                              GLENN MCCONNELL PARKWAY MULTI-USE PATH                                                                                                                                                     $350                    STP                            $349,571
                              (City of Charleston) From Bees Ferry Rd. to Mary Elder Ave.                                                                                                                                                        TOTAL -                        $436,964
                              (FY13)                                                                                                                                                  350                                                $437    MATCH -                         $87,393
                              DORCHESTER ROAD SIDEWALK INFILL                                                                                                                                                            $311                    STP                            $311,168
                              (City of North Charleston) From Great Oak Dr. to Foxwood Dr. along Dorchester Rd.                                                                                                                                  TOTAL -                        $388,960
                              (FY13)                                                                                                                                                  311                                                $389    MATCH -                         $77,792
                                                                                           ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM SUBTOTAL                                                 $1,745     $1,061                              $2,805

                                                                                       CHATS ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM TOTAL                 $2,835                 $1,025    $1,745     $1,061                              $6,666




                              SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM (SR2S)                                                                                                                                                                                             FUNDING
                        1     ALSTON MIDDLE SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                               STP -                          $200,000
                              (Dorchester Co. School District)                                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY07)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                        2     COLLEGE PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                     STP -                          $200,000
                              (Berkeley Co. School District)                                                                                                                                                                                     TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY07)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                        3     COLLEGE PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                         STP -                          $200,000
                              (Berkeley Co. School District)                                                                                                                                                                                     TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY07)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                        4     HUNLEY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                      STP -                          $200,000
                              (Charleston Co. School District)                                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY07)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                        5     STONO PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                       STP -                          $200,000
                              (Charleston Co. School District)                                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY07)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                        1     BOULDER BLUFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                    STP -                          $200,000
                              (Berkeley Co. School District)                                                                                                                                                                                     TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY08)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                        2     MIDLAND PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                     STP                            $200,000
                              (City of North Charleston)                                                                                                                                                                                         TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY08)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                        3     BEECH HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                       STP -                          $200,000
                              (Dorchester Co. School District)                                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY08)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                        4     STILES POINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                                                                                                                                                                     STP                            $200,000
                              (Charleston Co. School District)                                                                                                                                                                                   TOTAL -                        $200,000
                              (FY08)                                                                                                        200                                                                                                  MATCH -                              $0
                                                                              SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM SUBTOTAL                   $1,800                                                                          $1,800

                                                                                            GRAND TOTAL                              $185,896     $145,199   $62,009   $97,740   $273,869   $23,553   $16,157       $462,320
                 KEY: P - PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING   R - RIGHT OF WAY   C - CONSTRUCTION




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