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									  Transportation
Programming Guide


      City of Sacramento
  Department of Transportation
  Transportation Programming Guide
                             Overview
The Transportation Programming Guide is
a comprehensive document that prioritizes
the City of Sacramento’s transportation
programs and projects.

Transportation projects are identified
through various means with public input.

Criteria is developed with public input.

Criteria is applied to score and rank
transportation projects.

The resulting scored and ranked lists are
used to guide transportation funding
decisions.
    Transportation Programming Guide
 Relationship to Transportation Plans and Programs
    Community                             Metropolitan
     Outreach                            Transportation
                                           Plan (MTP)
   Mayor and City
                                        Transportation
      Council
                                          Sales Tax
                     TRANSPORTATION    Expenditure Plan
   Transportation
      Studies         PROGRAMMING
                         GUIDE         State Transportation
                                           Improvement
Planning Documents                       Program (STIP)

     Economic                            Other Funding
    Development                          Opportunities
                                        Fed/State Grants
 Street Pavement
   Management                         Capital Improvement
    Application                         Program (CIP)
     Transportation Programming Guide Process
Project Solicitation and Criteria         Project Scoring & Ranking
          Refinement                              Staff scores and
   PUBLIC OUTREACH                                ranks projects.
    Project Solicitation and
         Criteria Input            Criteria
                                  Changes
 •Press Announcements           Presented at
 •Presentations                City Council for        PUBLIC
                                  Approval           OUTREACH
 •Public Open Houses                                 Review and
 •Citizens Advisory                                   Comment
 Committee
                                  PUBLIC
                                OUTREACH
                                Review and        Scored and Ranked
  Staff prepares draft                            Project Lists
                                 Comment          Presented at City
  Criteria and Lists
                                                  Council for Approval
Transportation Programming Guide
         11 PROGRAM AREAS
 MAJOR STREET IMPROVEMENTS
 STREET MAINTENANCE
 STREET RECONSTRUCTION
 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
 ALTERNATE MODES
 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AND REHABILITATION
 STREETSCAPE ENHANCEMENT
 SIDEWALKS TO SCHOOLS
 SPEED HUMPS
 TRAIN HORN QUIET ZONES
 DEVELOPMENT DRIVEN PROJECTS
  Transportation Programming Guide
          SCORING AND RANKING CRITERIA
The Transportation Programming Guide looks at several
concerns when scoring and ranking projects including:
 Public Safety – How many collisions in the project area?
 Congestion – How many cars currently and projected in the future?
 Cost
 Deliverability – Has there been feasibility or environmental studies?
  Economic Development – Is the project located in an area identified as
a redevelopment area or commercial revitalization area?
 Infill – Is the project in an residential infill area or transit area?
  Alternate Modes – Is the project on a bus line, bike route or does it
improve access to a light rail station?
Transportation Programming Guide
2007 Criteria Update - Pedestrian Master Plan
                      •The Pedestrian Master Plan provides
                      a comprehensive vision for improving
                      pedestrian conditions.

                      •The plan evaluated all street
                      segments in the City roadway network
                      in terms of potential for pedestrian use
                      and infrastructure deficiencies.

                      •The TPG will take into consideration
                      areas identified as high priority for
                      pedestrian improvements.
Transportation Programming Guide
   Pedestrian Section Process
                   Identify Locations

                   Field Investigation

                      Project Lists



      Basic             Upgrade          Premium


      Apply              Apply             Apply
      Basic             Upgrade          Premium
     Criteria           Criteria          Criteria




   List of Basic         List of          List of
     Projects           Upgrade          Premium
                        Projects         Projects
Transportation Programming Guide
                2007 SCHEDULE

Late June, 2007 –Criteria Modifications to Council
for approval

End of June, 2007 - DEADLINE for new project
ideas

Mid-August, 2007 –Draft scored and ranked project
lists posted on web at
www.cityofsacramento.org/transportation

Mid-September, 2007 - Scored and ranked lists to
Council for approval
Transportation Programming Guide

        Questions or for more information


  Transportation Programming Guide City staff contacts:

Saed Hasan at 808-7923 or email shasan@cityofsacramento.org

Suzan Tobin at 808-7803 or email stobin@cityofsacramento.org

Ed Cox at 808-8434 or email ecox@cityofsacramento.org

								
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