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                                        Puget Sound Milestones




    Puget Sound Regional Council
                                    JULY 2004
EXECUTIVE BOARD
Councilmember Richard McIver                 Commissioner Bob Edwards                        Councilmember Nancy McCormick
City of Seattle                              Port of Seattle                                 City of Redmond
President                                                                                    Other Cities in King County
                                             Commissioner Chris Endresen
County Executive John Ladenburg              Kitsap County                                   Mayor Steve Mullet
Pierce County                                                                                City of Tukwila
                                             Commissioner Jack Fabulich
Vice President                                                                               Other Cities in King County
                                             Port of Tacoma
Chair, Operations Committee
                                                                                             Councilmember Gary Nelson
                                             Mayor Ron Hansen
Councilmember Carol Arends                                                                   Snohomish County
                                             City of Shoreline
City of Bremerton
                                             Other Cities in King County                     Mayor Greg Nickels
Kitsap County Cities/Towns
                                                                                             City of Seattle
                                             Councilmember William Harrison
Councilmember Shawn Bunney
                                             City of Lakewood                                Councilmember Dwight Pelz
Pierce County
                                             Other Cities in Pierce County                   King County
Councilmember Richard Conlin
                                             Commissioner Don Hopkins                        County Executive Aaron Reardon
City of Seattle
                                             Port of Everett                                 Snohomish County
Commissioner Aubrey Davis
                                             Mayor Kathy Huckabay                            County Executive Ron Sims
WA State Transportation Commission
                                             City of Sammamish                               King County
Mayor Don Doran                              Other Cities in King County
                                                                                             Councilmember Sue Singer
City of Mukilteo
                                             Councilmember Mike Lonergan                     City of Auburn
Other Cities in Snohomish County
                                             City of Tacoma                                  Other Cities in King County
Councilmember Jan Drago
                                             Secretary Doug MacDonald                        Mayor Ray Stephanson
City of Seattle
                                             WA State Department of Transportation           City of Everett




MEMBERSHIP
K ING COUNTY                Renton                     Orting                     STATE AGENCIES
 Algona                     Sammamish                  Pierce County               Washington State Department of Transportation
 Auburn                     SeaTac                     Port of Tacoma              Washington Transportation Commission
 Beaux Arts Village         Seattle                    Puyallup                   TRIBES
 Bellevue                   Shoreline                  Ruston                      Muckleshoot Indian Tribal Council
 Bothell                    Skykomish                  Steilacoom                  The Suquamish Tribe
 Burien                     Snoqualmie                 Sumner
 Clyde Hill                 Tukwila                    Tacoma                     A SSOCIATE MEMBERS
 Covington                  Woodinville                University Place            Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs
 Duvall                     Yarrow Point                                           Island County
                                                      SNOHOMISH COUNTY             Port of Bremerton
 Enumclaw                  K ITSAP COUNTY              Arlington
 Federal Way                                                                       Puyallup Tribe of Indians
                            Bainbridge Island          Edmonds                     Thurston Regional Planning Council
 Hunts Point                Bremerton                  Everett
 Issaquah                                                                          The Tulalip Tribes
                            Kitsap County              Granite Falls
 Kenmore                    Port Orchard               Lake Stevens               TRANSIT AGENCIES
 Kent                       Poulsbo                    Lynnwood                    Community Transit
 King County                                           Marysville                  Everett Transportation Service
 Kirkland                  PIERCE COUNTY                                           Kitsap Transit
                            Bonney Lake                Mill Creek
 Lake Forest Park                                      Monroe                      Metropolitan King County
 Maple Valley               Buckley                                                Pierce Transit
                            DuPont                     Mountlake Terrace
 Medina                                                Mukilteo                    Seattle Monorail Project
 Mercer Island              Eatonville                                             Sound Transit
                            Edgewood                   Port of Everett
 Newcastle                                             Snohomish
 North Bend                 Fife
                            Fircrest                   Snohomish County
 Pacific                                               Stanwood
 Port of Seattle            Gig Harbor
                            Lakewood                   Sultan
 Redmond                                               Woodway
                            Milton


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Administration, Federal Highway Administration and Washington State Department of Transportation.
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Table of Contents
Introduction ......................................................................................................................................1
     Monitoring VISION 2020 and Destination 2030....................................................................... 1
     Puget Sound Milestones .............................................................................................................. 1
     Monitoring Project Implementation ............................................................................................ 2
     Policy Context ............................................................................................................................. 2
     Environmental Justice ................................................................................................................. 4
Chapter 1: Overview of the Project Tracking System ..................................................................7
   Introduction to the TIP............................................................................................................... 7
   Background on the Distribution of Federal Funds ...................................................................... 8
   Purpose of the Project Tracking System..................................................................................... 11
Chapter 2: Key Checkpoints of the Project Tracking System....................................................13
   Obligations................................................................................................................................ 13
   Expenditures.............................................................................................................................. 13
   Age of Funds ............................................................................................................................. 14
   Reprogrammings ....................................................................................................................... 15
   Project Completions .................................................................................................................. 15
Chapter 3. Conclusions..................................................................................................................17
   Distribution of STP/CMAQ Funds .......................................................................................... 17
   Obligations................................................................................................................................20
   Expenditures..............................................................................................................................20
   Age of Funds .............................................................................................................................20
   Reprogrammings ....................................................................................................................... 21
   Summary and Next Steps .......................................................................................................... 27
Appendices .................................................................................................................................... 29
   1. Making Changes to the Regional and State TIP
   2. Air Quality Conformity Summary
   3. Eligibility Information for STP and CMAQ
   4. STP/CMAQ Project Distribution History
   5. Project Tracking Policies and Procedures




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     6.   Past Due STP and CMAQ Funds
     7.   Status of “Old” Funds
     8.   Completed Projects
Figures
    Figure 1:    STP/CMAQ Funds Distributed Since 1992: $652 Million...................................... 9
    Figure 2:    Regional/Countywide Funding Splits Over Time................................................... 10
    Figure 3:    STP/CMAQ Funds per Cycle ................................................................................. 10
    Figure 4:    Number of Projects per Funding Cycle.................................................................... 11
    Figure 5:    Projects Receiving Reallocated STP Funds.............................................................. 12
    Figure 6:    Current Unobligated STP/CMAQ Funds in TIP, by Age ....................................... 14
    Figure 7:    Geographic Distribution of STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992 ................................... 17
    Figure 8:    Geographic Distribution of STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992 ................................... 17
    Figure 9:    Projects Awarded STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992, by Project Type ........................ 18
    Figure 10:   PSRC Fund Distribution by Destination 2030 Investment Strategies ...................... 18
    Figure 11:   Projects Completed with STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992, by Project Type............. 21
    Figure 12:   Central Puget Sound Projects Completed with STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992 .....22
    Figure 13:   King County Projects Completed with STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992 .................23
    Figure 14:   Kitsap County Projects Completed with STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992............... 24
    Figure 15:   Pierce County Projects Completed with STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992................ 25
    Figure 16:   Snohomish County Projects Completed with STP/CMAQ Funds Since 1992 .......26




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                                                                           About the Puget Sound Regional Council
                                                                           The Puget Sound Regional Council is an associa-
                                                                           tion of cities, towns, counties, ports, and state agen-
                                                                           cies that serves as a forum for developing policies
                                                                           and making decisions about regional growth man-
                                                                           agement, economic, and transportation issues in
                                                                           the four-county central Puget Sound region.

                                                                           The Regional Council is designated under federal
Introduction                                                               law as the Metropolitan Planning Organization
                                                                           (required for receiving federal transportation funds),
                                                                           and under state law as the Regional Transportation
                                                                           Planning Organization, for King, Kitsap, Pierce, and
MONITORING VISION 2020 AND DESTINATION 2030                                Snohomish counties.
The central Puget Sound region of Washington State has experienced         The Regional Council’s members include the four
a remarkable period of growth over the last two decades. The region        counties and 70 of the region’s 82 cities and
responded to the challenges associated with rapid change with a broad      towns, as well as the Muckelshoot Indian Tribe
growth management, economic and transportation strategy. VISION            and the Suquamish Tribe. Other statutory members
2020, adopted in 1990 and updated in 1995, is a comprehensive frame-       include the three port authorities of Everett, Seattle,
work and coordinated regional strategy for growth management and           and Tacoma, the Washington State Department
transportation that stresses the shared importance of environmental        of Transportation, and the Washington Transporta-
protection, economic well-being, and better mobility. Destination 2030,    tion Commission. In addition, a memorandum of
                                                                           understanding with the region’s six transit agencies
which expands on VISION 2020, serves as the official long-range
                                                                           outlines their participation in the Regional Council.
regional and metropolitan transportation plan.
                                                                           Associate members include the Puyallup Tribe of
Determining whether planned actions are occurring, and whether these       Indians and the Tulalip Tribes, the Port of Bremerton,
actions are achieving desired results is key to understanding whether      Island County, Thurston Regional Planning Council,
                                                                           and the University of Washington Evans School of
the region is making progress toward realizing the vision put forth in
                                                                           Public Affairs.
these two documents. Plan and performance monitoring is the link
that connects the policies contained in the plans with real outcomes.      The Puget Sound Regional Council is a comprehen-
The information generated by monitoring efforts will help provide the      sive planning agency that does not duplicate the
region’s decision makers with the knowledge and tools they need to         activities of local and state operating agencies, but
update and refine the region’s plans and programs, and to make critical    supports their needs with complementary planning
choices about its future.                                                  and advocacy, and serves as a center for the col-
                                                                           lection, analysis, and dissemination of information
                                                                           vital to the citizens and governments in the region.
PUGET SOUND MILESTONES
                                                                           As the region’s designated Metropolitan Planning
The Regional Council’s Puget Sound Milestones publication series mon-      Organization and Regional Transportation Planning
itors growth and transportation issues and milestones of importance        Organization, the Puget Sound Regional Council
to the region through an ongoing series of focused, topically oriented     has specific planning responsibilities under federal
reports.                                                                   and state laws, including the federal Transportation
                                                                           Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) and
The program consists of two distinct types of monitoring:                  Clean Air Act, and state Growth Management Act
 • System Performance and Trend Monitoring: measuring, analyzing,          (GMA) and Clean Air Washington Act, as well as
    and reporting on the characteristics and performance of the trans-     responsibilities pursuant to the Interlocal Agreement
    portation system and regional demographic and growth trends.           signed by all its members. These statutes include
                                                                           requirements that the Regional Council periodically
 • Plan Implementation Monitoring: tracking and documenting local,         review and update both VISION 2020 and Desti-
    regional, and state progress toward implementing the planned proj-     nation 2030.
    ects, programs, and policies outlined in the regional plans.




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MONITORING PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
The successful implementation of VISION 2020 and Destination 2030 relies upon investment in
a wide variety of transportation projects and programs by numerous implementing organizations.
This report examines the types of investments that the region has made with its regionally managed
federal transportation funds, in a way that links historical data with the vision for the region’s future
contained in VISION 2020, as well as with the investment strategy and “Investment Principles”
contained in Destination 2030. The policies and principles represent over a decade of work by
regional policy-makers to create a strategy to build a transportation system that will support the
regional long-range growth vision.
This monitoring report begins by presenting the policy context for the region’s strategy for transpor-
tation investments. Chapter 1 provides an overview of the Regional Council’s project tracking
system and the Regional Transportation Improvement Program TIP), including the distribution of
PSRC’s federal transportation funds since 1992. Chapter 2 reviews key elements of the project
tracking system, such as fund obligation and expenditures, and project completions. Chapter 3
analyzes some specific policy issues relating to the transportation projects, systems and programs
that have been completed and contains conclusions and recommendations. Information about the
modes of transportation that have received funds and the distribution of funded projects around the
region will assist the region’s decision makers in determining how well projects have corresponded
to the types of investments that are envisioned in ISTEA and TEA-21, the VISION 2020 policy
framework, and direction given in the Destination 2030 investment strategy.
The information provided in this report is based on data that was available as of October 2003. The
results from this monitoring effort were presented to the Regional Project Evaluation Committee
in December 2003 and the Transportation Policy Board in January 2004. The Regional Council
would like to acknowledge the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) for their
efforts and assistance in the development of the project tracking system and providing monthly status
reports on projects in the region.

POLICY CONTEXT

ISTEA and TEA-21
The Puget Sound region must comply with federal mandates that were first contained in the 1991
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (often referred to as ISTEA), and reauthorized
in 1998 as the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21). Like ISTEA, TEA-21
requires that urban regions link comprehensive planning programs with funding decisions for
transportation projects. It also provides a context for linking transportation planning and programs
with growth and development considerations. The transportation planning and funding framework
contained in VISION 2020 and Destination 2030 fulfills these federal requirements; further, this
report will demonstrate the relationship to funding decisions through the Regional Transportation
Improvement Program.

Multi-County Planning Policies
VISION 2020’s multi-county planning policies, adopted under the state Growth Management
Act, address issues of efficiency, equity, choice and coordination in the provision of transportation
infrastructure that supports the region’s growth management, economic and transportation strategy.
Multi-county framework policies cover a wide range of topics, including Urban Growth Areas,
Contiguous and Orderly Development, Regional Capital Facilities, Housing, Rural Areas, Open



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Space Resource Protection and Critical Areas, Economics, and Transportation. These framework
policies provide the broad basis for more detailed multi-county policies, as well as for transportation
investment principles that are part of Destination 2030.
Two framework policies provide the core vision for the region’s future growth pattern and the nature
of the transportation system that will serve it. The Regional Growth framework policy lays out
the following vision:
RG-1        Locate development in urban growth areas to conserve natural resources and enable efficient
            provision of services and facilities. Within urban growth areas, focus growth in compact
            communities and centers in a manner that uses land efficiently, provides parks and recre-
            ation areas, is pedestrian-oriented, and helps strengthen communities. Connect and serve
            urban communities with an efficient, transit-oriented, multimodal transportation system.
The Transportation framework policy has the following objective:
RT-8        Develop a transportation system that emphasizes accessibility, includes a variety of mobility
            options, and enables the efficient movement of people, goods and freight, and information.

VISION 2020 Policies
VISION 2020’s more detailed urban growth policies describe a region with defined urban growth
areas framed by rural and designated agricultural, forest and natural resource lands. Within
urban areas, a limited number of designated growth and manufacturing industrial centers are
intended to absorb a large share of future growth, while serving as a framework for an efficient
multimodal transportation system that links centers to one another, as well as to surrounding
compact communities.
The VISION 2020 transportation strategy organizes policies under four broad topics designed to
achieve the desired efficient multimodal system:
   • Optimize and Manage the Use of Transportation Facilities and Services
   • Manage Travel Demand Addressing Traffic Congestion and Environmental Objectives
   • Focus Transportation Investments Supporting Transit and Pedestrian-Oriented Land Use
     Patterns
   • Expand Transportation Capacity Offering Greater Mobility Options.
This broad policy direction is intended to guide the way the region plans and distributes funds to
transportation projects.

Destination 2030 Investment Strategy and Principles
Destination 2030 further elaborates on how the region might achieve the direction given in the
VISION 2020 strategy and policies, describing priorities and a sequence for the development of
new facilities.
   • Maintaining and Preserving What We Have. The plan states that the most cost-effective
     infrastructure investments are usually those that maintain, preserve, and optimize existing assets.
   • Optimizing Systems. Destination 2030 includes programs that manage transportation systems
     for more efficiency and offer opportunities to meet travel demand through shorter, higher
     occupancy, off-peak vehicle trips (or using no motorized vehicle at all). Existing transportation




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      facilities should be managed efficiently even while the region makes significant investments in
      new capacity.
    • Investing in Capacity. Strategically identified additions in capacity are a top regional transpor-
      tation priority, and can support growth management objectives when designed and implemented
      appropriately.
In addition to an overall strategy and policy framework, the Destination 2030 investment strategy
includes principles developed to assist in translating plan policy into an organized framework
for investment decision-making. These principles are to be considered as the Regional Council
establishes and evaluates criteria for the distribution of regionally managed federal transportation
funds. These criteria are to be periodically refined as performance monitoring provides information
about whether desired results are being achieved.
Destination 2030 ’s guiding investment principles are listed below.
    1. The first priority should be to maintain, preserve, make safe, and optimize existing transpor-
       tation infrastructure and services.
    2. Investments should emphasize continuity and complete discrete elements of the transporta-
       tion system. Completing missing pieces of larger systems is a regional investment priority.
    3. Appropriate investments in all modes should be emphasized to provide an array of travel
       choices.
    4. Transportation investments should be directly linked with measurable transportation, envi-
       ronmental and land use outcomes, and should support the achievement of regional and
       state benchmarks.
    5. Cost effective transportation options for addressing identified problems should be demon-
       strated and implemented.
    6. Compact development of designated urban centers, high capacity transit station areas, and
       other communities should be supported through direct investment.

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
Since the mid-1990s, a renewed emphasis on environmental justice has become an integral part of the
transportation planning process for urban regions in the United States.
The concept of “environmental justice,” derived from Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and
other civil rights statutes, was first put forward as a national policy goal by presidential Executive
Order 12898, issued in 1994, which directs “each federal agency to make achieving environmental
justice part of its mission by identifying and addressing, as appropriate, disproportionately high and
adverse human health or environmental effects of its programs, policies, and activities on minority
populations and low-income populations.”
In October of 2003, as an initial step toward better integrating environmental justice into its
transportation work program, the region adopted an Environmental Justice Demographic Profile which
makes use of available 2000 Census data and represents a significant improvement over the past use
of 1990 Census demographic data sources. This profile presents key demographic data describing
the central Puget Sound region and identifies population groups and communities to be considered
for subsequent environmental justice analyses and activities. The Environmental Justice Demographic
Profiles may be found on the Regional Council’s website at: www.psrc.org/datapubs/ej/index.htm.




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Chapter 1 of this report will describe the competitive processes for the distribution of PSRC’s federal
transportation funds, including the adopted policy framework and regional project selection criteria
for the current 2004 competition. These criteria have now incorporated environmental justice
considerations, such that projects will be ranked based on, in part, their ability to provide access for
transportation users identified in the President’s Order for Environmental Justice.
In addition, as of January 2004, all agencies with projects currently programmed in the Regional
Transportation Improvement Program are required to submit an “Annual Certification of Compli-
ance with Applicable Federal Laws & Regulations.” The agencies certify that as a condition of
receiving federal funds, they will ensure compliance with all applicable federal laws and regulations.
These include Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990,
U.S. DOT regulations, and federal and state environmental requirements.
The Regional Council has committed to developing a refined methodology to incorporate environ-
mental justice into its transportation planning, programming and monitoring activities. In the
future, the data provided in this report will assist the Regional Council to improve its response to
Executive Order 12898.




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CHAPTER 1
            Overview of the Project Tracking System

            INTRODUCTION TO THE TIP
            The Regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) provides a list of current transportation
            projects within King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties. These projects are funded with
            federal, state, or local funds, including federal grants distributed and managed through the Regional
            Council’s biennial project selection process. Required under federal and state legislation, the TIP
            spans a three-year period and must be updated at least every two years. After public review and
            comment, the TIP is approved by the Regional Council’s Transportation Policy and Executive
            Boards before being submitted for further approvals to the Governor and ultimately the United States
            Department of Transportation.
            In the central Puget Sound region, a new TIP is created every two years, following the project
            selection process for the federal funds distributed through the Regional Council. Each TIP then
            goes through a major update once a year, as well as accepting minor amendments on a monthly
            basis. These amendments are described in greater detail on the Regional Council’s website at
            http://www.psrc.org/projects/tip/currenttip/amendments/amendments.htm; additional information
            may also be found in Appendix 1.
            Not every transportation project in the region appears in the TIP. In order to qualify, projects must
            meet the following basic criteria:
             • A project is using federal and/or state funds, or
             • The project is funded locally AND is considered “regionally significant,” and
             • The project’s funds are scheduled for use within the three-year time span of the current TIP.
            Each project undergoes a comprehensive review by Regional Council staff to ensure it meets certain
            requirements:
              • Projects must be in, or consistent with, the region’s long-range metropolitan transportation plan,
                Destination 2030.
              • Projects must demonstrate that the funds being programmed are secured or there are reasonable
                expectations to acquire those funds.
              • If an existing or proposed roadway project is using federal funds, the roadway must be part of
                the federally classified roadway system.
              • If a project includes Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) elements, it must be found consis-
                tent with the adopted Regional ITS Architecture (http://www.psrc.org/projects/its/index.htm).
              • Projects are also evaluated to determine if they are incorporated in the current air quality




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     conformity finding; projects cannot be included in the TIP until this step has been completed.
     The modeling for air quality conformity of the TIP occurs once a year, during the building of
     a new TIP or the annual update to the TIP. Conformity is described further on the Regional
     Council’s website at http://www.psrc.org/projects/tip/applications/tipinfo1.pdf; additional infor-
     mation may also be found in Appendix 2.
The TIP contains detailed information on each project, including the project title and description,
the sponsoring agency, and the amount and source of funds currently programmed for each phase of
the project. In addition to the list of projects, the TIP also contains the following information:
  • The policy framework containing the adopted policy guidance for the distribution of regionally
     managed federal funds.
  • A description of the project selection process for these funds.
  • A discussion of the interagency coordination and the public review process.
  • The findings of the air quality conformity analysis.

BACKGROUND ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF FEDERAL FUNDS
The Regional Council is responsible for distributing federal highway and transit funds under the
following programs: Surface Transportation Program (STP), Congestion Mitigation and Air Qual-
ity (CMAQ), and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5309 Fixed Guideway and Section
5307 Urbanized Area formula funds. These funding programs became available with the passage
of ISTEA, which authorized the federal surface transportation programs for highways and transit
for the 6-year period from 1992-1997. The programs were continued with the reauthorization of
the act in 1998 as TEA-21, covering the 6-year period from 1998-2003. This report focuses on
the STP and CMAQ funds distributed in the region since 1992. FTA funds will be covered in
a future report.
STP funds are the most flexible of the federal transportation funding sources, with a primary
requirement being that the project is on a facility identified on the federal functional classification
system. Functional classification is the process by which public streets and highways are grouped
into classes according to the character of service they are intended to provide. CMAQ funds are
eligible only to projects that result in a benefit to air quality, with a specific list of eligible activities.
This list is included in Appendix 3.
STP and CMAQ funds are distributed approximately every two years through a competitive process.
The overall guidance for programming these funds is provided by the following documents:
  • VISION 2020, the region’s long-range growth, transportation, and economic strategy, adopted
    in May 1995.
  • Destination 2030, the region’s long-range metropolitan transportation plan, adopted in May 2001.
  • Local comprehensive plans, as required by the state Growth Management Act.
  • A policy framework revised and adopted prior to the development of each new TIP to guide the
    project recommendation processes and document how these funds will be distributed.
Since 1992, the Regional Council has distributed a total of $652 million in federal STP and CMAQ
funds. This amount encompasses the biannual project selection processes described above, as well as
some fund distributions that have occurred outside these standard activities. Figure 1 illustrates the
amount distributed over time under each funding source. Further details on the Regional Council’s
biannual project selection process are provided below.




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FIGURE 1: STP/CMAQ FUNDS DISTRIBUTED SINCE 1992: $652 MILLION

                              Since 1992 there have been six project selection processes. The
                              STP and CMAQ funds distributed through these processes are those
    CMAQ
                              that were allocated to the central Puget Sound region under ISTEA
 $210,248,621
                              (1992-1997) and TEA-21 (1998-2003); also distributed are the 2004
                              and 2005 funds expected with the reauthorized surface transportation
                              act, which is currently being considered by Congress. As was
                STP
                              stated earlier, a new TIP is created every two years, following the
           $442,183,371
                              project selection process for the federal funds distributed through the
                              Regional Council. The funds distributed are estimates of upcoming
                              funds, generally two and three years into the future. The upcoming
                              2004 project selection process will therefore distribute estimated 2006
and 2007 funds, and in October 2004 the 2005-2007 TIP will be adopted by the Regional Council’s
Executive Board. Federal and state approvals are anticipated by January 2005.
There are two components of the project selection process for STP and CMAQ funds — a regional
competition and the countywide processes. The first two project selection processes conducted by
the Regional Council distributed 100% of the funds to each of the four countywide forums based
on population share. Starting in 1995, however, with the advent of the first long-range metropolitan
transportation plan, a shared regional-countywide process was adopted. A portion of the funds was
distributed through a regional competitive process, with the remainder distributed to the countywide
forums for distribution through their own processes.
The regional process is conducted through the Regional Council’s Regional Project Evaluation
Committee (RPEC). RPEC, with support from the PSRC, is responsible for identifying and
recommending projects to the Transportation Policy Board (TPB) to receive the regional portion of
the STP and CMAQ funds. The adopted Policy Framework guides the project selection process and
identifies the funding split between the regional and countywide processes. For the past two funding
cycles, a Task Force on PSRC Funding Priorities was convened to update the Policy Framework.
The Task Force consists of voting members of the Transportation and Growth Management Policy
Boards, as well as members of the Regional Staff Committee and RPEC, who provide professional
and technical expertise. Prior to each funding cycle, the Regional Council reviews the Policy
Framework and recommends changes as appropriate.
The countywide processes provide a role for each of the four countywide policy and technical
forums to develop and recommend projects. The Policy Framework provides policies and guidance
to the forums for their project recommendations. Each county has established its own process
based on these policies and local comprehensive plans. The processes were reviewed for regional
consistency and for compliance with federal requirements, and were approved by the Regional
Council’s Transportation Policy Board.
Figure 2 identifies the funding split between the regional and countywide processes over time. As
mentioned above, the first shared process occurred in 1995, with the adoption of the first long-range
metropolitan transportation plan.




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FIGURE 2: REGIONAL/COUNTYWIDE FUNDING SPLITS OVER TIME

 100%           100%                                                          As Figure 2 illustrates,
                                                                              the portion of STP and
                               Countywide      Regional
                                                                              CMAQ funds allocated
                                                                              towards the regional
                                                          64%
                                                                      67%     project selection pro-
                                                                              cess has increased over
                                53%         54%
                           47%
                                                                              time. Since the first
                                        46%
                                                                              regional process in
                                                     36%          33%         1995, the policies and
                                                                              selection criteria have
                                                                              been refined to provide
                                                                              a stronger policy direc-
                                                                              tion and link to
    1992        1993         1995         1997          1999        2002      VISION 2020 and the
                                                                              long-range transporta-
tion plan. In 1997, adjustments were made to reflect air quality and land use considerations; in 1999,
the process was narrowed down to nine policy focus areas based on the policies and strategies in
the plan; in 2002, the process was narrowed down even further to the policy focus of investments
in urban and manufacturing/industrial centers as designated through countywide planning policies
and their connecting corridors. The upcoming 2004 project selection process will maintain this
same policy focus.
Figures 3 and 4 identify the amount of funds and number of projects distributed in each competitive
process over time. Many of these projects have received multiple STP or CMAQ grants over time, or
received grants through both the regional and countywide processes during the same year. During
the 1999 process an additional $40 million of STP funds became available for distribution, raising
the amount available to $139 million. The $40 million was allocated to our region following
completion of the statewide decision-making process for distributing the state’s discretionary STP
funds in TEA-21.
FIGURE 3: STP/CMAQ FUNDS PER CYCLE

                   $105M

                                                               $91M

                                 Countywide         Regional

     $63M

                              $47M                                 $48M
                                     $43M
                                              $37M                          $37M
                                                     $30M
                                                                                  $26M




     1992         1993            1995           1997           1999           2002

* Note: two additional “off-cycle” fund distributions occurred in 1994 and 2000; information on these processes can
  be found in Appendix 4




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FIGURE 4: NUMBER OF PROJECTS PER FUNDING CYCLE

                                                                             The distributions
                                                                             described above for STP
                           Countywide       Regional                         funds refer to two
                                                         43
                                                                             specific types of STP
                                                                             funds: STP Urban
                188                        20
                                                                             and STP Rural. A por-
                              18
   144
                                                                             tion of the STP funds
                                                                      6
                                                        119                  received in our region
                              80           82                                are required to be spent
                                                                      61     in areas located outside
                                                                             the federal aid urban
  1992         1993         1995         1997          1999         2002     area; these funds are
                                                                             referred to as STP Rural
(or STP/R) funds, and equal approximately $1.1 million each year in our region. In addition to STP
Urban and Rural, the region also allocates another category of STP funds, referred to as STP/N.
These funds are allocated by formula to each local jurisdiction with roadways on the National
Highway System. A total of $19 million of STP/N funds has been distributed since 1992.
A full listing of all projects receiving STP and CMAQ funds since 1992 is included in Appendix 4.
In addition to the policy focus guiding the project selection processes, since 1992 the Regional
Council has implemented a policy of distributing at least 10% of the available STP and CMAQ
funds to support nonmotorized projects (such as trails, sidewalks and bicycle lanes) in each of the
four counties. In the first five processes, these funds could be distributed through either the regional
or countywide processes; in 2002, the funds were allocated directly to each of the four countywide
forums for project recommendations. The 2004 process will continue this policy intent, and will
provide the funds to the countywide forums for recommendation. Since 1992, approximately $68
million has been distributed to nonmotorized projects; this amount is roughly 10% of the total STP
and CMAQ funds distributed to all projects during that time period.

PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT TRACKING SYSTEM
Two events in 1999, the endangered species listings for the central Puget Sound region and the
passage of Initiative 695, had a critical impact on existing projects — the first by the introduction
of new environmental requirements, and the second by the loss of local transportation revenues. By
causing delays to projects, these events put the region at risk of losing federal funds to other states.
The risk was averted when the region acted quickly with a reprogramming action in February 2000
to reallocate federal funds from delayed projects to other existing projects in the current TIP that
were “ready to go” within a three-month time period. This reallocation resulted in seven projects
with $95.65 million of STP funds moving forward towards implementation. These projects are
identified below in Figure 5. All of these projects have now been completed.




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FIGURE 5: PROJECTS RECEIVING REALLOCATED STP FUNDS
Project Sponsor                                  Project Title                           Amount
Sound Transit                                    Sounder Commuter Rail                    $60,000,000
WA State Department of Transportation            Port of Tacoma Road/SR 509               $12,000,000
Auburn                                           C Street/3rd Street SW                   $10,000,000
Kitsap Transit                                   Bremerton Transportation Center           $2,750,000
Everett                                          Everett Station                           $5,400,000
WA State Department of Transportation            I-450 EIS                                 $2,500,000
WA State Department of Transportation            TransLake EIS                             $3,000,000
                                                                                   Total: $95,650,000

Rather than remove the funds entirely from the delayed projects, the action was taken to instead
replace the reallocated funds with future STP funds — i.e., these projects had each gone through
one of the previous five selection processes to program 1992-2002 STP funds; with the reallocation
of these funds to the seven projects mentioned above, these funds were then replaced with future
2003-2004 STP funds. This programming ahead of schedule resulted in the addition of a fourth
year being added to the TIP.
Due to these events — the risk of losing federal funds, projects being delayed due to a variety of factors,
and a new 2001-2004 TIP that went beyond the years authorized in TEA-21 – the need for a system
to monitor the progress of the region’s projects became apparent. In early 2000, therefore, the Regional
Council put into place a tracking system for the region’s STP and CMAQ funds, one goal of which was
to identify the reasons for, and possible solutions to, project delays. Several policies were put into place
regarding the obligation, expenditure and reprogramming of these funds. These policies are described
in further detail in Chapter 2, and the current version of these policies is included in Appendix 5.
The project tracking system has steadily evolved since the initial conception in 2000. At the time
of the reallocation of STP funds in 2000, the first iteration of project tracking was created. Over
the next year and a half tremendous efforts were undertaken to determine the current status of every
project with STP and CMAQ funds. A critical component of this effort was data provided by
WSDOT. The Regional Council worked closely with WSDOT to reconcile historical project data
and to establish a system for monthly reporting of current project data. As the agency responsible for
administering STP and CMAQ funds on behalf of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA),
WSDOT maintains comprehensive data on projects with federal aid grants. This data includes the
obligation and expenditure of federal funds, which are described in greater detail in Chapter 2.
Another important step in the evolution of the project tracking system was the improvements made
to the Regional Council’s TIP database. Over the past several years the database has been enhanced
to incorporate new data, provide new queries and reports, and generally assist in meeting the policies
of the project tracking system. These policies have been refined since the inception of the system in
2000, the most recent of which were adopted in July 2003 by the Executive Board.
One dramatic result of the project tracking system and the collaboration between the Regional
Council and WSDOT was the redistribution in 2003 of $12.1 million of STP and CMAQ funds.
These funds were “left over” after the closure of federal grants from completed or canceled projects
in the region. This redistribution is discussed further in Chapter 2. Additionally, in part due to the
credibility and thoroughness of the Regional Council’s project tracking system, WSDOT has allowed
the obligation of funds programmed in 2004 and 2005, beyond the years authorized in TEA-21 and
before a new transportation act has been approved. This has allowed projects to continue to move
forward towards implementation.




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CHAPTER 2
            Key Checkpoints of the Project Tracking System

            Chapter 1 described the project selection processes and distribution of PSRC’s federal STP and
            CMAQ funds, which are then programmed in the TIP. The current project tracking policies (revised
            in July 2003) describe two key milestones for project activities after programming – obligation and
            expenditure. In addition, there are policies regarding the length of time funds are programmed in
            the TIP, and the reprogramming of funds from one project to another. Each of these components
            of the project tracking system is described below. The project data discussed is the most current
            available at the time this report was prepared, through October 2003.

            OBLIGATIONS
            Once projects are identified to receive funds through the project selection processes described in
            Chapter 1, the funds are programmed in the TIP to specific phases (for example, Preliminary
            Engineering and Design, Right of Way Acquisition or Construction), and an estimated obligation
            date is chosen for each phase. “Obligation” is the point at which either FHWA or FTA authorizes a
            specific amount of federal transportation funds for a project and agrees to reimburse the sponsoring
            agency up to that approved amount. If the project is sponsored by a transit agency, STP and CMAQ
            funds are generally transferred from FHWA to FTA, and FTA becomes the agency responsible for
            administering the grant. It is important to note that the data supplied by WSDOT, which provides
            the basic structure of the project tracking system to date, does not include those funds that are
            transferred to FTA. Project tracking for FTA funds and for STP and CMAQ funds transferred
            to FTA has not yet begun. All of the subsequent exhibits and graphics provided in this report
            encompass only those STP and CMAQ funds that remain under the management of FHWA.
            Sponsors are given a one-year grace period beyond their chosen estimated obligation date before the
            funds are considered past due. If obligation has not occurred by this one year mark, the Regional
            Council notifies the project sponsor, the countywide forum and RPEC with a request that the project
            sponsor provide the reasons for the delay and either request an extension or return the funds. The age
            of the funds — how long the funds have been programmed in the TIP — will determine the length
            of the extension. These policies are described further below. Appendix 6 lists the projects in the
            current TIP with past due funds as of October 2003, totaling $2 million.

            EXPENDITURES
            Once funds have been obligated, the project sponsor submits bills to be reimbursed — this
            reimbursement is referred to as the “expenditure” of federal funds. Under the policies of the project




            Puget Sound Regional Council                Project Tracking — PSRC Funds                           13
tracking system, project sponsors have 10 months after obligation to commence expenditures. If
no expenditures occur by the end of the 10-month period, the Regional Council will notify the
project sponsor, the countywide forum and RPEC with a request that the project sponsor provide
the reasons for the delay and either request an extension or return the funds. It is important to
note that the data on expenditures has only recently been processed, and the first reporting on this
deadline occurred in February 2004. Project tracking on expenditures will develop and be refined
in the coming months.

AGE OF FUNDS
While the two key project milestones which will trigger a review under the project tracking policies
are obligation and expenditure, there are two additional aspects of the STP and CMAQ funds
distributed to projects in our region which are affected by the project tracking system: the age of
funds and reprogrammings. Under the current project tracking policies, funds are considered “old”
if they have been programmed in the TIP for five years or more. The policies state that if these older
funds become past due, they may request a one-time obligation date extension for no more than nine
months, after which point the funds will be returned.
Earlier it was stated that sponsors are allowed a one-year grace period beyond their estimated
obligation date before funds are considered past due; however, prior to the implementation of the
project tracking system, obligation dates were routinely allowed to be modified and unobligated
funds were carried forward through the years with no restrictions. At the time of the reallocation
of funds in 2000, just as the project tracking system was getting underway, every sponsor with a
current project in the TIP at that time was allowed to select a new estimated obligation date for each
phase of their project. This effectively set the clock to zero, but locked in those new obligation dates
as the dates on which the project tracking policies and procedures would be based; any new funds
distributed after this period would be tied to the estimated obligation dates chosen at the time of
programming. It is these dates by which the one-year grace period is timed. This explains why
there are funds that have been programmed in the TIP for more than five years, some well beyond
their original estimated obligation date; project sponsors were allowed to choose a revised estimated
obligation date by which the funds will be held to the project tracking policies.
FIGURE 6: CURRENT UNOBLIGATED STP/CMAQ FUNDS IN TIP, BY AGE

                                        9 Years or Older   Figure 6 shows the length of time current, unobli-
                                              1%
                                             $1M
                                                           gated funds have been programmed in the TIP as
                                                           of October 2003. As the figure illustrates, $12
                                                           million in STP and CMAQ funds have been pro-
                                5-8 Years Old
     Less Than 3 Years Old      11%                        grammed for five years or more — of this amount,
              55%              $11M                        $1 million is nine years or older. The majority
             $55M                                          of the funds – 88% - are less than five years
                                                           old. Appendix 7 lists the projects in the current
                             3-4 Years Old                 2003-2005 TIP, as of October 2003, that contain
                                  33%                      funds programmed for five years or more.
                                 $34M




               Total = $101 Million




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REPROGRAMMINGS
Another aspect of the project tracking system involves the reprogramming — or transfer — of funds
from one project to another. The current policies state that projects receiving reprogrammed funds
commit to meeting the established obligation date attached to those funds; however, if the funds are
already past due an extension of no more than nine months will be allowed. Prior to the project
tracking system, there were no limits placed on reprogramming activities — between 1992 and 2002,
$34 million was reprogrammed among projects. The project tracking policies provide structure to
current and future reprogramming activities — since the beginning of 2003, $3 million has been
reprogrammed among projects.

PROJECT COMPLETIONS
Based on data provided by WSDOT on the closure of federal grants, the Regional Council has been
able to track the implementation of projects receiving STP and CMAQ funds in the region. Between
1992 and October 2003, 298 projects were implemented in the region, expending a total of $153
million of STP and CMAQ funds. A full list of these projects is included in Appendix 8, and further
detail is provided in Chapter 3. It is important to note that this data does not cover all completed
transportation projects in the region. Projects under the sponsorship of transit agencies are primarily
administered by FTA, and WSDOT does not supply data on the closure of FTA grants. In addition,
this data does not include projects completed without federal funds, such as projects completed with
only state or local funds. The Regional Council will be pursuing data collection efforts for these
funding sources for future reports.
As the data on the closure of federal grants was compiled, it was discovered that many projects were
completed without using all of the STP and/or CMAQ funds originally distributed to them. Based
on data provided from 1992 through September 2002, these differences between the “programmed”
amounts and the “closed” amounts resulted in a net total of $12.1 million in, essentially, unused STP
and CMAQ funds. With agreement from WSDOT, this amount became available for redistribution
to other projects. Between October 2002 and February 2003 discussions were held with RPEC and
the Transportation Policy Board to select criteria to determine which projects would receive these
funds. The final determination was that selected projects must obligate no later than June 2003,
the funds would be used to advance projects to completion or to a critical next phase, and the
funds would be divided for distribution to both major regional projects and important local projects
identified through the countywide organizations. The projects selected for the $12.1 million were
approved by the Executive Board in February 2003 and are included in Appendix 4. The Regional
Council’s project tracking system was instrumental in identifying and redistributing these funds.




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16   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds   Puget Sound Regional Council
CHAPTER 3
            Conclusions

            DISTRIBUTION OF STP/CMAQ FUNDS
            Since 1992, the Regional Council has distributed a total of $652 million in federal STP and CMAQ
            funds to transportation projects in the central Puget Sound region. This amount includes the
            $19 million of STP/N funds allocated by formula to each local jurisdiction with roadways on the
            National Highway System during this time period. Figures 7 and 8 display the amount of STP and
            CMAQ funds, not including the STP/N allocations, distributed within each of the four counties.
            While there is no formal policy established to provide geographic equity in the distribution of these
            funds, there has been an informal policy to review the distribution at the end of each six-year
            transportation act to ensure a reasonable balance throughout the region over time. As the figures
            demonstrate, the percentage of funds distributed within each county approximately equals the 2003
            population share for each county.
            FIGURE 7: GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992 (does not include STP/N)
                                                                                                                                         Percent
                                                                                                                                      Population
                                                          STP                  CMAQ                       Total             Percent      Shares
            King County                     $199,401,164              $101,363,573           $300,764,737              56.09%           52.5%
            Kitsap County                   $40,258,630                         $0             $40,258630                7.51%            7.0%
            Pierce County                    $78,957,960               $34,467,361            $113,425,321              21.15%           21.7%
            Snohomish County                 $54,313,113               $27,439,236             $81,752,349              15.25%          18.8%
            Total:                         $372,930,867               $163,270,170           $536,201,037             100.00%          100.0%
            (Note: These figures do not include the funds awarded to Multi-County projects in the amount of $97,105,657.)

            FIGURE 8: GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992 (does not include STP/N)
                                                                STP                      CMAQ                          Total             Percent
            Multi-County Projects                 $65,270,509                  $31,835,148                 $97,105,657                 15.33%
            King County                           $199,401,164                $101,363,573               $300,764,737                  47.49%
            Kitsap County                         $40,258,630                           $0                 $40,258630                   6.36%
            Pierce County                          $78,957,960                 $34,467,361                $113,425,321                  17.91%
            Snohomish County                       $54,313,113                 $27,439,236                 $81,752,349                 12.91%
            Total:                               $438,201,376                 $195,105,318               $633,306,694                 100.00%

            Figure 9 illustrates the distribution of STP and CMAQ funds in the central Puget Sound region by
            project type. In the past, the data system allowed for reporting of only one, primary improvement
            type per project, and was unable to track multiple activities within one project. For example, a
            project providing general purpose roadway capacity, sidewalks, bike lanes and transit system priority
            at intersections would be flagged only as a “roadway capacity” project under this system. The data




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            provided in Figure 9, therefore, does not reflect the full scope of the projects receiving STP and CMAQ
            funds; however it does provide valuable information regarding the primary category of transportation
            improvements occurring in the region. The Regional Council’s TIP database was recently modified to
            address this issue, and future reports will be able to track multiple improvement types.
            FIGURE 9: PROJECTS AWARDED STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992, BY PROJECT TYPE

                                                  Nonmotorized Other (planning, studies, etc.)
                                                     10%       2%
                                                                         Transportation Demand
                                                                           Management (TDM)
                                                                                    6%

                                        28%                           Transit
Roadway Project Details — 53%                                          29%                                     Transit Project Details — 29%
                                                      Roadway
                                                        53%

               9%          10%                                                                                                           11%
   6%                                                                            1%        1%                                7%
                                                                                                     4%         5%
  High    Intelligent    General       Other                                    Ferries   Park &      Bus      Other Terminals   High
Occupancy Transp.        Purpose     Roadway*                                              Ride    Purchases Transit**         Capacity
 Vehicle   Systems       Capacity                                                                                               Transit
 (HOV)       (ITS)                                                                                                              (HCT)
* Other Roadway = rehabilations, intersection                                                      ** Other Transit = planning, equipment, etc.
  improvements, minor widening, etc.

            The overarching transportation policy in VISION 2020 is to “develop a transportation system that
            emphasizes accessibility, includes a variety of mobility options, and enables the efficient movement
            of people, goods and freight, and information.” Using project type as a measure of how well the
            policies in VISION 2020 and Destination 2030 are being implemented, the data in Figure 9 can
            be compared to the policies as identified in Chapter 1, summarized into three categories: maintain
            and preserve, optimize, and invest in capacity. As discussed in Chapter 1, the policies and evaluation
            criteria used to distribute STP and CMAQ funds in our region have been refined over time to provide
            a stronger policy direction and link to VISION 2020 and Destination 2030. As illustrated in both
            Figures 9 and 10, regional policies are being implemented through this fund distribution, and strong
            linkages continue through the recent policy focus on urban centers and connecting corridors.

            Maintain and Preserve
            Twenty-eight percent of all STP and CMAQ funds in our region since 1992 has been distributed
            to projects performing roadway maintenance and preservation work, intersection improvements, and
            minor widening. Five percent of all STP and CMAQ funds has been distributed to transit and ferry
            maintenance projects, and 2% has been distributed to other similar projects, for a grand total of 35%
            of all STP and CMAQ funds meeting this policy goal. These figures are in direct correlation with
            the guiding investment principles in Destination 2030 which state: “The first priority should be to
            maintain, preserve, make safe, and optimize existing transportation infrastructure and services.”

            Optimize Systems
            Nine percent of all STP and CMAQ funds in our region since 1992 has been distributed to projects
            performing Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) work such as signal coordination, variable mes-
            sage signs, traffic loop detectors, etc. Six percent of the funds has been distributed to Transportation




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Demand Management (TDM) projects, and 13% to transit projects such as park and ride lots,
terminal improvements, etc. Each of these categories of projects — equaling 28% of the total STP
and CMAQ funds distributed - implement the policy of optimizing and efficiently managing the
transportation system.

Investing in Capacity
Sixteen percent of all STP and CMAQ funds in our region since 1992 has been distributed to
roadway capacity projects — 10% to providing general purpose capacity and 6% to providing high
occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes, both on freeways and arterial roadways. An additional 10% of the
funds has gone to projects providing nonmotorized facilities, and 11% has gone to projects providing
increased capacity to the transit system such as high capacity transit. Thirty-seven percent of the
total STP and CMAQ funds distributed in the region has been invested in adding capacity to the
transportation system.
FIGURE 10: PSRC FUND DISTRIBUTION BY DESTINATION 2030 INVESTMENT STRATEGIES

                                               These percentages illustrate that the region is meeting
                                               the policies outlined in VISION 2020 and Destination
                                               2030 for providing a balanced, multimodal transportation
                                               system. In addition to these broad policy directions,
    Invest in Capacity                         VISION 2020 and Destination 2030 also contain specific
                         Maintain and Preserve
           37%
                                  35%          strategies for the types of investments that will help to
                                               realize the overall vision for transportation in the region.
                                               One example of this is the investment strategy for regional
                                               growth centers. As described in Chapter 1, the 2002 proj-
                Optimize the System            ect selection process for STP and CMAQ funds focused
                       28%
                                               on investments in designated urban and manufacturing/
                                               industrial centers and their connecting corridors. Six
                                               regional projects meeting this policy goal were selected for
                                               a total of $37 million. This policy focus will be continued
with the 2004 project selection process. Other examples of how the distribution of STP and CMAQ
funds over time has met investment strategies contained in VISION 2020 and Destination 2030
include: $36 million to nine Freight Action Strategy (FAST) corridor projects; $88 million to Sound
Transit investments such as commuter rail and regional express transit service; $23 million towards
completing the HOV system on both highways and arterials; and $29 million to redeveloping the
Pacific Highway South corridor.
The information presented above illustrates that the distribution of STP and CMAQ funds in
the region since 1992 has followed the policies and investment strategies of VISION 2020 and
Destination 2030. It is also important, however, to measure the implementation of specific projects
contained in the long-range plan. Out of a total of 1,869 projects in Destination 2030, 518 have
been programmed in the TIP over time. Many of these projects have been carried forward from
the 1995 Metropolitan Transportation Plan, and are still in progress. Since Destination 2030 is a
30-year document, many of the projects are not scheduled for implementation for many years, and
are therefore not yet ready to program funds in the TIP. With the improvements to both the TIP
and plan databases and the establishment of the project tracking system, projects programmed in the
TIP are tied to corresponding projects in the plan, and the Regional Council is able to monitor the
implementation of Destination 2030.




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OBLIGATIONS
Of the $652 million of STP and CMAQ funds distributed by the Regional Council since 1992, $551
million (85%) has been obligated to date. Of the remaining $101 million of unobligated funds, $2
million was past due as of October 2003. As described in Chapter 2, sponsors are given a one-year
grace period beyond their chosen estimated obligation date before the funds are considered past due.
Since the refinement to the project tracking policies in July 2003, $15 million of the total $101
million of unobligated funds has received an obligation date extension. Sponsors of these projects
provided information to their respective countywide forums and/or RPEC regarding the reasons
their project was delayed and a revised schedule for obligating the STP and/or CMAQ funds.
Significant progress has been made on obligating funds and moving projects further along towards
implementation in the past several years. Data collection efforts are now routine, with regular
reporting from WSDOT on obligations, which allows for accurate and efficient tracking of both the
progress of the funds and the implementation of projects. As the project tracking system evolves and
improves over time, further research into the reasons for, and possible solutions to, delays to projects
will continue. In addition, the Regional Council is pursuing opportunities to obtain obligation data
for both FTA funds and STP and CMAQ funds transferred to FTA.

EXPENDITURES
Of the $551 million of STP and CMAQ funds obligated between 1992 and October 2003, $153
million has been “closed out” in federal grants. With a few exceptions, closure of a federal grant
represents the completion of a project and the final reimbursement of the federal funds contained
in the grant. Project completions are further discussed below and in Chapter 2. Data is currently
unavailable on approximately $226 million of the funds that obligated during this time period. This
amount represents STP and CMAQ funds that have been transferred to FTA and are therefore
not yet included in the project tracking system, as well as WSDOT-sponsored projects for which
expenditure data has not yet been received. The Regional Council has begun efforts to obtain data
from these two sources, with the goal of including this information in future project tracking reports.
As of October 2003, $85 million of the funds that obligated had been expended. Finally, $87
million of the funds that obligated by October 2003 had yet to be expended. Of this amount, $30
million was past the 10-month deadline.
The data on expenditures has only recently been processed, and the first reporting on this informa-
tion occurred in February 2004. Project tracking on expenditures will develop and be refined in
the coming months.

AGE OF FUNDS
As of October 2003, $101 million of unobligated STP and CMAQ funds was programmed in the
current TIP. Of this amount, $12 million had been programmed for five years or more. Figure 6 in
Chapter 2 illustrates the age of all unobligated STP and CMAQ funds in the current TIP.
With the implementation of the project tracking system and continued data collection efforts,
issues surrounding the age of funds programmed in the TIP are now able to be addressed. In the
past year, actions to update the status of projects, either through an obligation date extension or
reprogramming of the funds to a “ready to go” project, have impacted approximately $7 million of
funds that have been programmed in the TIP for 5 years or more. Progress continues to be made
in obligating these older funds, and the reasons for project delays will continue to be researched as
the system evolves and improves over time.



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REPROGRAMMINGS
As discussed in Chapter 2, $37 million of the total $652 million of STP and CMAQ funds
distributed by the Regional Council since 1992 has been reprogrammed among projects. The project
tracking policies adopted in July 2003 have provided more structure to these activities, helping to
ensure the funds are used in an efficient and timely manner. The overriding principle behind the
selection process for these funds is that the funds are distributed in a competitive process, linking
projects to the regional policies and priorities outlined in VISION 2020 and Destination 2030. In
the upcoming 2004 project selection process, a new feature will be added at the request of the
Transportation Policy Board: a “backup” list of priority projects will be created in the event the
region receives an amount of 2006 and 2007 funds greater than the current estimate. An additional
source that may fund this backup list will be from those existing projects that are unable to use
their STP and CMAQ funds, due, for example, to cancellation or completion using less than the
original amount programmed.

Project Completions
According to data provided by WSDOT on closed federal aid grants, 298 projects1 expending $153
million of STP and CMAQ funds were implemented in the region between 1992 and October 2003.
As mentioned in Chapter 2, this information reflects just one subset of completed transportation
projects in the region. The Regional Council is pursuing data on projects completed without federal
funds and transit agency projects for future reporting. Figure 11 displays these completed projects by
their primary project type, based on the amount of STP and CMAQ funds expended.
FIGURE 11: PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992, BY PROJECT TYPE



               Other
                6%
                 $10M
                                                                 37%
        Nonmotorized                Roadway                     $55M
            22%                       68%                                             Roadway Projects Detail — 68%
           $34M                      $103M
                                                                                   21%
                                                                                  $31M
Transit*
 2.5%
  $4M                                                                                             6%/$9M           4%/$7M
           TDM
           1.9%                                           Other Roadway** GP Capacity                ITS             HOV
           $3M

* Includes only capital improvements under FHWA management; does not include projects transferred to FTA.
** Other Roadway = rehabilations, intersection improvements, minor widening, etc.



Of the 298 projects completed with STP and CMAQ funds, 190 were able to be mapped and are
illustrated in Figures 12 through 16 on the following pages. The remaining projects were of a
type that were unable to be mapped, such as transportation demand management (TDM) projects
and studies. Appendix 8 contains the full list of completed projects. As the figures illustrate,
the geographic distribution of the completed projects to date is fairly equitable to each county’s
percentage of regional population.
1
    The number of projects identified as completed contain, in certain instances, multiple TIP grants; therefore the total
    number of grants contained within this number exceeds the total number of completed projects.



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FIGURE 12: CENTRAL PUGET SOUND PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992




Note: Includes only capital improvements under FHWA management; does not include transit projects transferred to FTA.



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FIGURE 13: KING COUNTY PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992




Note: Includes only capital improvements under FHWA management; does not include transit projects transferred to FTA.



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FIGURE 14: KITSAP COUNTY PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992




Note: Includes only capital improvements under FHWA management; does not include transit projects transferred to FTA.



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FIGURE 15: PIERCE COUNTY PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992




Note: Includes only capital improvements under FHWA management; does not include transit projects transferred to FTA.



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FIGURE 16: SNOHOMISH COUNTY PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992




Note: Includes only capital improvements under FHWA management; does not include transit projects transferred to FTA.



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A key feature of the project tracking system that was implemented in August 2002 is the Destination
2030 awards program. These awards are given to projects that have been completed using the federal
funds distributed through the Regional Council (generally $1 million or more of STP, CMAQ
and/or FTA funds)2. Seven projects received Destination 2030 awards between August 2002 and
November 2003:
  • 3rd Street SW Grade Separation Project: Located in Auburn, this project completed the grade
    separation of 3rd Street SW and the Burlington Northern/Santa Fe rail line, one of the Freight
    Action Strategy Corridor projects.
  • South 277th Street Rail Overpass: Located in Auburn, this project completed the grade separa-
    tion of South 277th Street and the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern/Santa Fe rail lines,
    one of the Freight Action Strategy Corridor projects.
  • Bellevue Transit Center: Located in Bellevue, this project expanded the Bellevue Transportation
    Center in downtown Bellevue, accommodating East King County regional and local transit
    services as well as shuttle, bike and pedestrian activities.
  • California Street Overcrossing: Located in Everett, this project constructed an elevated exten-
    sion of Everett Avenue over the Burlington Northern-Santa Fe railroad track to Terminal
    Avenue, replacing the existing California Street at-grade crossing.
  • Lynnwood Transit Center: Located in Lynnwood, this project constructed a transit center in
    the vicinity of Alderwood Mall and I-5 to support regional and local bus service, park and ride
    facilities, HOV access, and pedestrian and bicycle operations.
  • SR 519 Intermodal Access Project: Located in Seattle, this project constructed a railroad grade
    separation and freeway ramp over the Burlington Northern-Santa Fe mainline tracks to resolve
    transportation conflicts in the stadium area.
  • Pacific Highway South HOV Lanes, Phase 1 Project: Located in Federal Way, this project
    widened Pacific Highway South between South 312th Street and South 324th Street to provide
    HOV lanes, sidewalks, landscaping and channelization, and included transit system priority at
    traffic signals and improved pedestrian crossings and access management.

SUMMARY AND NEXT STEPS
Since 1992 there have been numerous improvements to the system for distributing and tracking the
federal funds managed by the Regional Council. The policies and procedures guiding the distribu-
tion of STP and CMAQ funds have been refined over time, to provide a stronger implementation
link to the policies and strategies contained in VISION 2020 and Destination 2030. The project
tracking system has been established, and the capability now exists to track the status of obligations,
expenditures and completions of projects with STP and CMAQ funds. The TIP database has
continuously been improved to incorporate and report upon these new data responsibilities. In
addition, a strong working relationship with WSDOT has been forged, resulting in better data and
tracking abilities for both agencies.
The data collected and analysis conducted thus far through the project tracking system illustrates
that the policies and investment strategies contained in VISION 2020 and Destination 2030 are
being successfully implemented through the project selection processes for STP and CMAQ funds.
With this first report on the project tracking system, the Regional Council has established a baseline

2
    While these projects have been physically completed and are open for use, their federal grants may not yet be closed
    and final reimbursement of federal funds concluded. As such, these seven projects may not be reflected on the list of
    completed projects contained in Appendix 8.




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set of data against which to compare future reporting. Project tracking will continue to evolve over
time, and future work will include pursuing those sources of data that are currently unavailable
(e.g., FTA funds). In addition, the project tracking policies will continue to evolve, and Regional
Council staff will work to improve the system through, for example, further research into the reasons
for project delays.
Work has already begun on these next steps for the project tracking system. For example, the TIP
database and project applications were recently modified to allow for future reporting of multiple
project types within one project — for example, a roadway capacity project with transit and nonmotor-
ized features. In addition, staff is collaborating with FTA regarding their data systems and how best to
obtain information for the purposes of tracking those funds. Conversations with WSDOT regarding
future reporting of expenditure data for WSDOT-sponsored projects have also begun.
The benefits of the project tracking system have already been realized, with the redistribution of
$12.1m of “found” money in 2003, and monthly status reports on projects to ensure the efficient and
timely use of the region’s STP and CMAQ funds. These and other benefits are expected in the future
as the project tracking system expands and improves.




PUGET SOUND REGIONAL COUNCIL PROJECT TEAM
Bob Drewel.....................................................Executive Director
Department Directors
Eli Cooper ......................................................Transportation Planning Director
Mark Gulbranson...........................................Chief Operating Officer
Rick Olson .....................................................Director of Government Relations and Communications
Project Staff
Karen Richter .................................................Program Manager
Kelly McGourty .............................................Principal Planner, Project Lead
Ben Bakkenta .................................................Principal Planner
Larry Burris....................................................Transportation Programming Manager
Dick Callahan ................................................Senior Planner
Seth English-Young ........................................Assistant Planner
Dirk Brier .......................................................Assistant Planner
Stacy Haines...................................................Associate GIS Analyst
Production Staff
Doug Clinton .................................................Graphic Designer
Deana McLaughlin ........................................Library Manager
Margaret Warwick .........................................Research Librarian




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Appendices




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APPENDIX 1
             Making Changes to the Regional and State TIP




             Puget Sound Regional Council   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds
TIPINFO-4                                                           Making Changes to the
(Revised: April 2004)
                                                                     Regional & State TIPs

 Introduction

This document is intended to help sponsors understand the process and procedures required to add and keep
their projects current in the Regional and State Transportation Improvement Programs (TIP). The Regional
Council’s “TIP Team” is available to assist project sponsors within the region and is committed to processing
your requests in an efficient and timely manner. While Regional Council staff will do everything within their
power to process requests as quickly as possible, be aware that federal and state laws require specific
reviews and procedures be met before a project may be amended. Our job is to help make this process as
easy as possible.


 Two Methods for Making Changes to the Regional & State TIPs

Generally speaking, there are two methods for making changes to the Regional and State TIPs:
    •   Monthly routine amendment.
    •   Annual Air Quality Exercise.
Occasionally, unique circumstances require the Regional Council to process a request in a somewhat
different manner. In those instances, affected sponsors will be notified and provided with specific instructions
and schedules. Otherwise, project sponsors should submit their projects using one of these two methods.

Monthly Routine Amendments
Monthly routine amendments are sufficient to process nearly ALL requests the Regional Council receives.
Depending on the type of change requested, applications submitted to the Regional Council by the 3rd Friday
of each month will typically be processed within two to three months. Although faster to process than the
Annual Air Quality Exercise (described below), monthly routine amendments still take eight to 12 weeks to be
approved into the State TIP. Little can be done to condense this time period, so project sponsors must plan
ahead and submit applications well in advance. Sponsors should become familiar with the review and
approval process to ensure projects will be added to the State TIP in time to meet project deadlines.

Monthly routine amendments are only for new projects and changes to existing projects that don’t require air
quality analysis. Routine amendment projects fall into one of two categories:
    •   Meeting Cycle Projects: This includes most new projects (i.e., never in the Regional TIP) and those
        existing projects (i.e., in the current or a previous TIP) requesting to add a “future” phase (e.g., adding a
        Right of Way phase to a project only in the TIP for Planning/Engineering). The Regional Council’s
        Transportation Policy Board (TPB) and Executive Board must approve requested changes before they
        will be included in the next scheduled routine monthly amendment. With a few exceptions, these two
        boards generally meet every month (see amendment schedule below).
    •   All Other Projects: This includes modifications to all existing projects (currently or previously in the
        Regional and State TIP) not adding a “future” phase. These changes are processed administratively by
        the Regional Council and added to the next scheduled monthly routine amendment. These projects do
        not need to go through the meeting cycle described above thereby saving about one month of
        processing time.

Annual Air Quality Exercise
Changes to the TIP that require a new Regional TIP air quality conformity finding can only be processed as
part of the Annual Air Quality Exercise. This generally includes only two types of changes:


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   •   Adding a new project (not currently in the Regional and State TIP), regardless of funding source, that is
       of "Regional Significance." See TIPINFO-3, at http://www.psrc.org/projects/tip/tipinfo3.pdf, to determine
       if your new project qualifies.
   •   Making a change to an existing project (in a current or previous Regional and State TIP) that involves
       scope, timing, or location. This includes projects adding “future phases.”
There is only one opportunity each year to submit applications for the Annual Air Quality Exercise. A “Call for
Projects” is typically announced in April or early May of each year, and applications are generally due one
month later. This type of amendment takes more time because the review and approval process includes the
development of a new Regional TIP air quality conformity finding, a formal month-long public comment period,
and Regional Council board approval. State and federal approval is not generally granted until December (or
later).
Because of the additional time needed to process the Annual Air Quality Exercise, the Regional Council
encourages sponsors to take full advantage of the monthly routine amendments whenever possible. Monthly
routine amendments will allow eligible applications to be processed much faster.


 How to Request a Change to the Regional & State TIP

Regardless of the method used to make a change to the Regional and State TIPs, the project sponsor must
complete the correct application and submit it to the Regional Council by the appropriate deadline (monthly
amendments are due by the 3rd Friday of each month). This is true whether adding a new project or
requesting a change to an existing project in the Regional TIP.

Electronic applications and instructions for their use may be found on the Regional Council's Web site at
http://www.psrc.org/projects/tip/tipappform.htm. There are two applications:
   •   TIPNEW: For adding a new project to the Regional TIP for the first time. TIPNEW asks several basic
               questions designed to obtain information about a project’s description, location, consistency
               with regional planning, financial feasibility, and environmental requirements. The application
               must be completely filled out for a project to be successfully processed.
   •   TIPMOD: For modifying a project already in, or previously in, the Regional TIP. This application is
               simpler, since sponsors are required to provide information only for those elements of the
               project being changed.
Attach your completed application to an e-mail and send to tipapp@psrc.org. Please keep in mind this special
mailbox is dedicated for TIP applications and may contain dozens of applications at any given time, especially
as a monthly deadline approaches. While the Regional Council will make the final determination on a project’s
correct amendment type, the following recommendations will assist in a more efficient processing of
applications:
   •   For projects submitted for a monthly routine amendment:
           − Determine whether your application needs to go through the meeting cycle for board approvals.
             This requirement normally pertains to all new projects (have never been in the Regional or State
             TIP) or existing projects (in the current or a previous TIP) adding a future phase. If this is the case,
             please title your e-mail “Meeting Cycle Project.”
           − All other monthly routine amendments will be processed administratively. In this case, please title
             your e-mail “03-XX Amendment Project,” as appropriate. Refer to the table below for a schedule of
             deadlines and amendments. Note: amendment “03-XX” refers to the year (03) and month (XX) of
             the amendment for which you are submitting your project.
   •   For projects submitted for the Annual Air Quality Exercise:
           − Simply title your e-mail “Annual Air Quality Exercise.”


Refer to the following schedules to determine when applications should be submitted. Following the
schedules is a flow chart showing the steps for processing routine monthly amendments, and a summary of
the application review process.

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 Schedule of 2004 Monthly Routine Amendments
 For changes that can be processed administratively
                                                         Added to                       Amendment
 Application
                      For the month of                                               Submitted to State                 Added to STIP
  Deadline                                             Amendment #*                    DOT by PSRC
   12/19/03                 January                          04-01                        1/16/04                        Mid-February
    1/16/04                 February                         04-02                           2/20/04                       Mid-March
    2/20/04                   March                          04-03                           3/19/04                        Mid-April
    3/19/04                    April                         04-04                           4/16/04                        Mid-May
    4/16/04                    May                           04-05                           5/21/04                        Mid-June
    5/21/04                   June                           04-06                           6/18/04                        Mid-July
    6/18/04                    July                          04-07                           7/16/04                      Mid-August
    7/16/04                  August                          04-08                           8/20/04                    Mid-September
    8/20/04                September                         04-09                           9/17/04                      Mid-October
    9/17/04                 October                          04-10                          10/15/04                    Mid-November
   12/17/04             January 2005*                        05-01                          1/21/05*                 Mid-February 2005
* WSDOT only processes one routine amendment per month and does not typically accept monthly routine amendments during November and
  December. Applications received during these months will be held over to January of the following year. It is not unusual for more applications
  to be submitted at the deadline of each year’s first amendment than there is time to process. Sponsors are encouraged to submit their
  applications as early as possible to avoid delays.


 Schedule of 2004 Monthly Routine Amendments
 For changes that need TPB and Executive Board approval (meeting cycle projects)

New projects are required to obtain Transportation Policy Board (TPB) and Executive Board (ExBrd) approval
before being added to the Regional and State TIPs for the first time. The same is true for existing projects
(that are, or previously have been, in the Regional and State TIPs) adding a “future” phase. The TPB and
Executive Board normally meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month, respectively. Following is a
schedule of estimated approval times for projects required to go through a “meeting cycle.”

                                                                                            Amendment
   Application                                                    Added to
                                Meeting Cycle *                                          Submitted to State               Added to STIP
    Deadline                                                     Amendment #
                                                                                           DOT by PSRC
      12/19/03                    January                             04-02                   2/20/04                       Mid-March
      1/16/04                     February                            04-03                   3/19/04                       Mid-April
      2/20/04                March (TPB only)                         04-05                   5/21/04                       Mid-June
      3/19/04                       April                             04-05                   5/21/04                       Mid-June
      4/16/04                       May                               04-06                   6/18/04                        Mid-July
      5/21/04                       June                              04-07                   7/16/04                      Mid-August
      6/18/04                       July                              04-08                   8/20/04                    Mid-September
      7/16/04                August (No Mtgs)                         04-10                  10/15/04                    Mid-November
      8/20/04                    September                            04-10                  10/15/04                     Mid-November
      9/17/04                     October                             05-01                   1/21/05                   Mid-February 2005
      10/15/04            Nov (TPB) & Dec (ExBrd)                     05-01                   1/21/05                   Mid-February 2005
      12/17/04                  January 2005                          05-02                   2/18/05                    Mid-March 2005
* WSDOT only processes one routine amendment per month and does not typically accept monthly routine amendments during November and
   December. Applications received during these months will be held over to January of the following year. It is not unusual for more applications
   to be submitted at the deadline of each year’s first amendment than there is time to process. Sponsors are encouraged to submit their
   applications as early as possible to avoid delays.
** Note: Regional Council boards do not meet every month. Make sure to take this into consideration if your project requires board approvals. In
   addition, add “Meeting Cycle Project” to the subject line of your e-mail.
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Steps for Processing Routine Monthly Amendments


  Average processing time for submission deadline to federal approval is approximately 7 weeks.
            Add one additional month for projects that need PSRC Board approvals.


                                               Submit
                                           Applications by
                                           3rd Friday Each
                                                Month



                                             Preliminary                             Returned if
                                              Review of                          application is out of
                                             Applications                        date or incomplete




                                                                                            Monthly Routine
                Monthly Meeting
                                                                                              Amendment
                 Cycle Projects
                                                                                                Projects
                  (Need TPB &
                                                                                              (Processed
                ExBrd Approvals)
                                                                                            Administratively)
                                            Reprogrammings



                                           Plan Consistency


                                               MTP Status



                  Review Team             Financial Constraint                                Review Team
                    Analysis                                                                    Analysis

                                               Air Quality


                                          Functional Class & ITS


                 Transportation
                                                                                             Finalize Monthly
                Policy Board (2nd
                                                                                                 Routine
                 Thursday each
                                                                                               Amendment
                     month)
                                            Note: Since it normally takes a
                                           additional month for projects to go
                                          through a "meeting cycle", affected
                                             applications are assigned to a
                                            monthly routine amendment one
                                          month later than other applications
                                              submitted at the same time.
                                                                                             Routine Monthly
                                                                                                Amendment
                Executive Board                                                                Submitted (3rd
                 (4th Thursday                                                              Friday each month)
                  each month)                                                                 for State DOT &
                                                                                                 FHWA/FTA
                                                                                             Review/Approval




                                                                                                State/Federal
                                                                                                Approval for
                                                                                             Inclusion into STIP
                                                                                                Mid-Point of
                                                                                              Following Month



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 Review & Approval Process

Regional Council staff conducts a project review process to insure every application received is complete and
consistent with federal and state laws as well as regional policies and procedures. It is in the sponsor’s best
interest to make sure their applications are completely and accurately filled out. Otherwise, project sponsors run
the risk of delays while Regional Council staff seeks clarifications or additional information. An initial review of
all applications is made to make sure they are complete and to determine which projects need approval by
Regional Council boards. Applications are then turned over to staff specialists who complete a more in-depth
review in their areas of expertise. Reviewers are responsible for ensuring that every project meets federal, state,
and regional requirements. Applications are routinely reviewed in six areas to:
    •   Ensure consistency with Destination 2030, the region's Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).
    •   Determine MTP status (this includes the “candidate” to “approved” process).
    •   Review for Financial Constraint (are the funds secured or reasonably expected to be secured?).
    •   Analyze air quality implications (should the project be modeled for air quality or will it change the
        Region’s existing air quality model? Note: If so, it would only be eligible for inclusion in the Annual Air
        Quality Exercise, not in a monthly routine amendment).
    •   Ensure projects have received required approvals for reprogramming requests (Requests to move
        money to different projects typically require approval from one or more of the following groups: the
        appropriate countywide forum, the Regional Project Evaluation Committee, Transportation Operators
        Committee and/or Regional Council boards.
    •   Confirm Functional Class and monitor ITS components.

Regional Council staff can normally process each month’s batch of new applications within one to two weeks
(depending upon volume) of the monthly submission deadline. Applications are then included directly in the
next monthly routine amendment, or scheduled for Regional Council Board review/approval during the next
meeting cycle (new projects and existing projects adding “future” phases).

Monthly Routine Amendments are generally submitted to WSDOT, FHWA, and FTA for state and federal
review / approval on the 3rd Friday of each month. Those approvals normally take an additional three weeks
before amendments will be included into the State TIP. Once the Regional Council receives verification of
federal approval, all sponsors with projects in a given amendment will be notified electronically. In addition,
the Regional Council Web site will be updated to include a list of all projects included in the approved
amendment. An amendment library of the last 12 monthly routine amendments is maintained at
http://www.psrc.org/projects/tip/projectinfo.htm. Appendix A of the Regional TIP on the Web site is also
updated to incorporate the approved amendment, at http://www.psrc.org/projects/tip/0305tip.htm.

 Questions?

The following Regional Council staff are available for assistance:
    •   Overall TIP questions:
           − Larry Burris, (206) 464-5301 or lburris@psrc.org
           − Dirk Brier, (206) 464-6843 or dbrier@psrc.org

    •   Air quality conformity:
            − Kelly McGourty, (206) 464-7892 or kmcgourty@psrc.org

    •   GMA plan certification and plan consistency:
          − Rocky Piro, (206) 464-6360 or rpiro@psrc.org

    •   Functional classification and ITS:
           − Stephanie Rossi, (206) 587-5118 or srossi@psrc.org

    •   For questions on Destination 2030 ID and Candidate to Approved status:
            − Stephen Kiehl, (206) 464-6715 or skiehl@psrc.org


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APPENDIX 2
             Air Quality Conformity Summary




             Puget Sound Regional Council   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds
                                TIPINFO-1
               Air Quality Conformity Summary Information
                                          (Revised, June 2002)


Transportation conformity is a mechanism for ensuring that transportation activities – plans,
programs and projects – are reviewed and evaluated for their impacts on air quality prior to funding
or approval. The intent of transportation conformity is to ensure that new projects, programs and
plans do not impede an area from meeting and maintaining air quality standards. Transportation
activities that do not conform to the state air quality plans cannot be approved or funded.

Major portions of the central Puget Sound region are currently designated by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) as maintenance areas for carbon monoxide (CO), ground level ozone (O3)
and particulate matter less than 10 microns in diameter (PM10). A map showing the location of these
boundaries is available at the Regional Council’s web site (www.psrc.org) or Information Center at
(206) 464-7532.


REGIONAL AIR QUALITY CONFORMITY ANALYSIS
(Analysis to be completed by the Puget Sound Regional Council)

Federal and state air quality acts require that the adoption of all long-range metropolitan
transportation plans and Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) in maintenance and
nonattainment areas conform to State Implementation Plans (SIPs). Required under the federal
Clean Air Act, the SIP provides a blueprint of how maintenance and nonattainment areas such as
the central Puget Sound region will meet or maintain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards
(NAAQS). A positive finding of conformity for plans and TIPS is required by the federal Clean Air
Act (CAA), the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21), and the Clean Air
Washington Act.

The TIP is a three-year document which contains all federally funded and other regionally
significant projects. The conformity analysis for the TIP must show that the total regional
emissions produced by projects in the TIP, plus activity on the existing travel network, do not
exceed the motor vehicle emissions budget identified in the SIP for each criteria pollutant. The
emissions budget is a ceiling of total emissions that cannot be exceeded. The conformity analysis
of the TIP is completed by the Regional Council and is based on the U.S. EPA’s approved vehicle
emission modeling software.

PROJECT-LEVEL AIR QUALITY CONFORMITY ANALYSIS
(Analysis to be completed by the project sponsor)

Project-level conformity analyses must be conducted for all nonexempt transportation projects.
Project-level conformity is performed by the project sponsor as part of the project’s environmental
review process. The Guidebook for Conformity: Air Quality Analysis Assistance for Nonattainment
Areas1 contains additional information on project-level conformity.


1
 Guidebook for Conformity: Air Quality Analysis Assistance for Nonattainment Areas was prepared in 1995
by the Puget Sound Regional Council in cooperation with other agencies to provide guidance to local,
regional and state agencies involved in determining conformity of proposed projects. It provides a detailed
explanation of practical, consistent, and professional methods for completing project-level analyses for
conformity. It also includes EPA documentation on air quality models and project-level conformity methods.
Copies of the Guidebook are available from the Regional Council’s Information Center at (206) 464-7532.
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EXEMPT PROJECTS
(Identified in the Federal Conformity Rule, 40 CFR Part 51 and 93, as published in the Federal
Register on August 15, 1997)

Certain categories of projects will have a neutral impact on air quality and are therefore exempt
from conformity requirements. Exempt projects generally fall under the categories of safety, mass
transit, preservation and maintenance, or improvement of air quality. In addition, some projects
cannot be evaluated in a regional emissions analysis due to technical limitations and are therefore
exempt from regional air quality conformity requirements.

§ 93.126 Exempt Projects

Notwithstanding the other requirements of this subpart, highways and transit projects of the types
listed in Table 2 of this section are exempt from the requirements to determine conformity. Such
projects may proceed toward implementation even in the absence of a conforming transportation
plan and TIP. A particular action of the type listed in Table 2 of this section is not exempt if the
Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) in consultation with other agencies, the EPA, and the
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) or the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) concur that it
has potentially adverse emissions impacts for any reason.




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                                    TABLE 2 – EXEMPT PROJECTS

Safety
 • Railroad/highway crossing
 • Hazard elimination program
 • Safer non-Federal-aid system roads
 • Shoulder improvements
 • Increasing sight distance
 • Safety improvement program
 • Traffic control devices and operating assistance other than signalization projects
 • Railroad/highway crossing warning devices
 • Guardrails, median barriers, crash cushions
 • Pavement resurfacing and/or rehabilitation
 • Pavement marking demonstration
 • Emergency relief (23 U.S.C. 125)
 • Fencing
 • Skid treatments
 • Safety roadside rest areas
 • Adding medians
 • Truck climbing lanes outside the urbanized area
 • Lighting improvements
 • Widening narrow pavements or reconstructing bridges (no additional travel lanes)
 • Emergency truck pullovers
Mass Transit
 • Operating assistance to transit agencies
 • Purchase of support vehicles
 • Rehabilitation of transit vehicles*
 • Purchase of office, shop, and operating equipment for existing facilities
 • Purchase of operating equipment for vehicles (e.g., radios, fareboxes, lifts, etc.)
 • Construction or renovation of power, signal, and communication systems
 • Construction of small passenger shelters and information kiosks
 • Reconstruction or renovation of transit buildings and structures (e.g., rail or bus buildings, storage and
   maintenance facilities, stations, terminals, and ancillary structures)
 • Rehabilitation or reconstruction of track structures, track, and trackbed in existing rights-of-way
 • Purchase of new buses and rail cars to replace existing vehicles or for minor expansion of the fleet*
 • Construction of new bus or rail storage/maintenance facilities categorically excluded in 23 CFR Part 771
       * In PM10 nonattainment and maintenance areas, such projects are exempt only if they are in
         compliance with control measures in the applicable implementation plan.
Air Quality
 • Continuation of ridesharing and vanpooling promotion activities at current levels
 • Bicycle and pedestrian facilities
Other -- Specific activities which do not involve or lead directly to construction, such as:
 • Planning and technical studies
 • Grants for training and research programs
 • Planning activities conducted pursuant to Titles 23 and 49 U.S.C.
 • Federal-aid systems revisions
 • Engineering to assess social, economic, and environmental effects of the proposed action or alternatives to
    that action
 • Noise attenuation
 • Emergency or hardship advance land acquisition [23 CFR Part 712.204(d)]
 • Acquisition of scenic easements
 • Plantings, landscaping, etc.
 • Sign removal
 • Directional and informational signs
 • Transportation enhancement activities (except rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation
    buildings, structures or facilities
 • Repair of damage caused by natural disasters, civil unrest, or terrorist acts, except projects involving
    substantial functional, locational or capacity changes


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§ 93.127 Projects exempt from regional emissions analyses

Notwithstanding the other requirements of this subpart, highway and transit projects of the types
listed in Table 3 of this section are exempt from regional emissions analysis requirements. The local
effects of these projects with respect to CO or PM10 concentrations must be considered to determine
if a hot-spot analysis is required prior to making a project-level conformity determination. These
projects may then proceed to the project development process even in the absence of a conforming
transportation plan and TIP. A particular action of the type listed in Table 3 of this section is not
exempt from regional emissions analysis if the MPO in consultation with other agencies, the EPA,
and FHWA or the FTA concur that it has potential regional impacts for any reason.


         TABLE 3 – PROJECTS EXEMPT FROM REGIONAL EMISSIONS ANALYSES

                   •   Intersection channelization projects
                   •   Intersection signalization projects at individual intersections
                   •   Interchange reconfiguration projects
                   •   Changes in vertical and horizontal alignment
                   •   Truck size and weight inspection stations
                   •   Bus terminals and transfer points



§ 93.1287 Traffic signal synchronization projects

Traffic signal synchronization projects may be approved, funded and implemented without
satisfying the requirements of this subpart. However, all subsequent regional emissions analyses
required by §§ 93.118 and 93.119 for transportation plans, TIPs, or projects not from a conforming
plan and TIP must include such regionally significant traffic signal synchronization projects.




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APPENDIX 3
             Eligibility Information for STP and CMAQ




             Puget Sound Regional Council   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds
             Eligibility for PSRC’s STP/CMAQ Funds

Following is a description of projects eligible to receive PSRC’s Surface Transportation
Program (STP) and/or Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program
(CMAQ) funds through the Regional Competition or countywide competitions.


STP
STP funds are considered the most "flexible" funding source provided through the federal
Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) since many types of projects are eligible
including transit, carpool/vanpool, bicycle and pedestrian, safety, traffic monitoring and
management, and planning projects, as well as more traditional road or bridge projects. If used
on a roadway project, the STP funds must be used on a roadway classified on the federal
functional classification system of arterials and highways, unless the project is an enhancement
or bridge improvement, or is using STP funds reserved for safety improvements.

As described in the adopted Policy Framework for 2002 TEA-21 TIP Process, (see Section 3)
the policy intent of the Regional Council is for 10% of the total STP and CMAQ funds (combined
regional and countywide) be programmed to support nonmotorized-type projects in each of the
four counties. Ten percent of the combined total of available STP and CMAQ funds for the 2004
and 2005 funding period equals $6 million.

Examples of projects eligible for STP funds:
1.  Any transit capital or planning project that is also eligible for Federal Transit Administration
    (FTA) funding, including fixed guideway projects such as electric streetcar, trolley bus,
    monorail, and ferry vessels; replacement or expansion of transit vehicle fleets or
    maintenance facilities; safety improvements and programs; research and development; and
    technology transfers.
2. Bridge construction, reconstruction, seismic retrofit, resurfacing, or restoration projects.
3. Carpool and vanpool projects.
4. Roadway construction, reconstruction, resurfacing, restoration, operational improvements,
    safety improvements and programs, roadway widening [for general purpose lanes and/or
    high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes], turning lanes, research and development, and
    technology transfers. Roadway projects must be functionally classified as urban collectors
    or above, or, in rural areas, minor collectors or above, unless the project is an
    "enhancement" improvement as defined in TEA-21.
5. Bicycle and pedestrian facilities and spot improvements, wheelchair ramps, and other
    eligible enhancement activities, including the modification of public sidewalks to comply
    with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
6. Natural habitat and wetlands mitigation.
7. Environmental restoration and pollution abatement projects.
8. Signalization and signal timing, transit signal priority, re-striping, bus turnouts, traffic
    monitoring, management, and control facilities and programs.
9. Infrastructure-based Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) capital improvements.
10. Regional transportation planning [including Congestion Management Systems(CMS)].



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CMAQ
The Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Program was established
under the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA), and continued under TEA-
21, to fund transportation projects or programs that will contribute to attainment or maintenance
of national ambient air quality standards, in areas such as the central Puget Sound region that
have been found to violate those standards in the past. Formal guidance on the CMAQ program
was issued by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) in January 1993 (58
FR 146), November 1995 (NHS Legislation), in a memorandum from the Federal Highway
Administration (FHWA) in March 1996, and in new provisions and eligibility requirements in
TEA-21 (June 1998). The most recent guidance provided by USDOT on the CMAQ program
became effective in April 1999. Additional correspondence with USDOT on project-specific
issues has led to a fuller understanding of CMAQ project eligibility issues. The federal guidance
and related eligibility issues are briefly summarized below. For additional information, or for
clarification of specific eligibility issues, please contact Kelly McGourty at (206) 464-7892 or
kmcgourty@psrc.org.

Program Focus: Ozone, Carbon Monoxide, and Particulate Matter
Projects and programs using CMAQ funds must have quantifiable benefits in air quality.
Specifically, project sponsors must be able to quantify reductions in carbon monoxide (CO) and
ground-level ozone precursors [hydrocarbons (HC) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx)] that will result
directly from the project. As a result, project and planning activities that do not directly lead to
reductions of these pollutants are not eligible for CMAQ funds. Under TEA-21, CMAQ funds
may now be used to help reduce particulate matter (PM10) pollution.

Recent Information Regarding CMAQ Funds
The National Highway System legislation, passed in 1995 and updated by TEA-21 in 1998,
expanded CMAQ eligibility to areas redesignated from nonattainment to maintenance by EPA.
The central Puget Sound region has been redesignated from nonattainment to maintenance
status for CO, ozone, and PM10. The attainment deadline restriction, which required that some
aspect of a CMAQ project be operational prior to the area’s attainment date, has been
eliminated since CMAQ eligibility has been extended throughout the maintenance period.

Categories of Eligible CMAQ Projects
Guidance from the FHWA and TEA-21 expanded the eligibility of some projects and programs
to use CMAQ funds. The following categories of projects are eligible for CMAQ funding:
1.   Transportation control measures (TCMs) identified in the State Implementation Plan (SIP)
     or Maintenance Plan. (Note: There are no unfunded TCMs in the approved CO, ozone, or
     PM10 maintenance plans.)
2.   Programs for improved public transit.
3.   Restrictions of certain roads or lanes to, or construction of such roads or lanes for use by,
     passenger buses or HOVs.
4.   Employer-based transportation management plans, including incentives.
5.   Trip-reduction ordinances.
6.   Traffic flow improvement programs.
7.   Fringe and transportation corridor parking facilities serving HOV programs or transit
     service.
8.   Programs to limit or restrict vehicle use in downtown areas, or other areas of emission
     concentration, particularly during periods of peak use.


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9. Programs for the provision of all forms of high-occupancy, shared-ride services.
10. Programs to limit portions of road surfaces or certain sections of the metropolitan area to
    the use of nonmotorized vehicles or pedestrian use, both as to time and place.
11. Programs for secure bicycle storage facilities and other facilities, including bicycle lanes, for
    the convenience and protection of bicyclists, in both public and private areas.
12. Programs to control extended idling of vehicles.
13. Employer-sponsored programs to permit flexible work schedules.
14. Programs and ordinances to facilitate nonautomobile travel, provision and utilization of
    mass transit, and to generally reduce the need for single-occupancy vehicle travel, as part
    of transportation planning and development efforts of a locality, including programs and
    ordinances applicable to shopping centers, special events, and other centers of vehicle
    activity.
15. Programs for new construction and major reconstruction of paths, tracks, or areas solely for
    use by pedestrian or other nonmotorized means of transportation when economically
    feasible and in the public interest.
16. Non-construction projects related to safe bicycle use.
17. Establishment and funding of State bicycle/pedestrian coordinator positions for promoting
    and facilitating the increased use of nonmotorized modes of transportation. This includes
    public education, promotional, and safety programs for using such facilities.
18. Projects to develop, establish, and implement the Congestion Management System (CMS)
    for both highway and transit facilities are eligible for CMAQ funds where it can be
    demonstrated that such use is likely to reduce transportation-related emissions.
19. Operating expenses for traffic monitoring, management, and control systems if such
    expenses can be shown to have air quality benefits.
20. Development, construction, equipment purchase, and operating expenses for inspection
    and maintenance (I/M) stations. CMAQ funds may be used for operating expenses for up to
    three years.
21. Capital costs for transit system/service expansions such as new rail systems and
    extensions, HOV lanes, commuter rail, and ferry service. Also, new rail/bus stations,
    terminals, transit malls, intermodal transfer facilities, track and signalization improvements,
    and park-and-ride lots if they do not cause any local carbon monoxide violations.
22. Bus/transit vehicle replacement.
23. New or expanded operating assistance: funding is limited to three years.
24. Project planning or other development activities that lead directly to construction of facilities
    or new services and programs that will have an air quality benefit, such as preliminary
    engineering or alternatives analysis. This includes studies for the preparation of
    environmental or National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents and related
    transportation/air quality project development activities.
25. Outreach activities, such as public education on transportation and air quality, advertising
    of transportation alternatives to SOV travel, and technical assistance to employers or other
    outreach activities relating to promoting non-SOV travel options, have been and continue to
    be eligible for CMAQ funds. The previous policy limited CMAQ funds for up to two years.
    Since the passage of the NHS legislation, these types of projects are eligible for CMAQ
    funds indefinitely.
26. Carpool and vanpool programs such as computer matching of individuals seeking to
    carpool and employer outreach to establish rideshare programs and meet Clean Air Act
    requirements. These activities, even if they are part of an existing rideshare program, are
    eligible for CMAQ funding. New or expanded rideshare programs, such as new locations


                                        Section 4 – Page 3
       for matching services, upgrades for computer matching software, etc., are also eligible and
       may be funded for an indefinite period of time for both carpool and vanpool services.
27.    Vanpool activities such as purchasing or leasing vehicles must be for new or expanded
       service to be eligible and are subject to the three-year limitation on operating costs.
28.    Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) may be established with CMAQ funds.
       Eligible expenses for reimbursement are associated start-up costs for up to three years.
       The TMA must still be sponsored by a public agency, which is responsible for ensuring that
       funds are appropriately used to meet CMAQ program objectives.
29.    Fare/fee subsidy programs: The CMAQ program has been expanded to allow funding for
       partial user fare or fee subsidies in order to encourage greater use of alternative travel
       modes.
30.    Traffic signal modernization, coordination, or synchronization projects designed to improve
       traffic flow within a corridor or throughout an area like a central business district.
31.    Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Infrastructure traffic management, and traveler
       information systems that reduce traffic congestion, enhance transit bus performance, and
       improve air quality.
32.    Telecommuting programs, including planning, technical and feasibility studies, training,
       coordination, and promotion.
33.    Improved intermodal freight facilities where air quality benefits can be shown.
34.    Conversion or replacement of centrally fueled fleets and refueling infrastructure to
       alternative fuels.1 For transit vehicles and other publicly owned vehicles or fleets, 100% of
       the conversion or replacement cost is eligible. If the conversion or replacement is part of a
       public/private partnership, special provisions exist for determining the extent to which the
       cost is eligible. For example, in the purchase of privately owned vehicles or fleets using
       alternative fuels, activities eligible for CMAQ funding are limited to the incremental cost of
       an alternative fueled vehicle compared to conventionally fueled vehicles.2
35.    Extreme low temperature cold-start programs.
36.    Magnetic Levitation Transportation Technology Development Program projects.

Important Qualifications to Eligible Categories
In some cases, the Regional Council has received further guidance on CMAQ eligibility through
project-specific reviews by USDOT. Following is a brief summary of important qualifications to
some of the eligible categories of projects.
Transportation demand management programs: CMAQ funds may not be used to fund
incentives that directly benefit specific individuals. CMAQ funds may be used for administrative
or other costs associated with implementing the program.
Traffic flow improvement programs and park-and-ride projects: As with all projects or programs
seeking CMAQ funds, project sponsors must be able to demonstrate that emissions reductions
will result from these programs or projects.
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1
    There is no longer a requirement in place that such conversions or replacements be located in a
    “serious” or worse ozone non-attainment area, or be specifically identified in the SIP. The requirement
    existed from 1992 to 1998.
2
    Federal CMAQ guidance recommends that all proposals to convert or replace fleets with alternative
    fuels be coordinated with air quality agencies (e.g., Puget Sound Clean Air Agency and Washington
    State Department of Ecology) prior to selection for funding under the CMAQ program, to ensure
    consistency with the Washington State Implementation Plan for air quality.



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APPENDIX 4
             STP/CMAQ Project Distribution History




             Puget Sound Regional Council   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds
                      2003 REDISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS FROM COMPLETED OR CANCELED PROJECTS


                                                               REGIONAL COMPETITION

Project Sponsor                Project Title                                                               Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Tacoma                         “D” Street Overpass & Rail Relocation                                                STP            $1,000,000
WSDOT                          Alaskan Way Viaduct / Seawall                                                        STP            $1,200,000
WSDOT                          I-405 Corridor Program                                                               STP            $1,200,000
WSDOT                          SR-509 Project                                                                       STP            $800,000
WSDOT                          SR 167 Study (Kent-Edgewood)                                                         STP            $400,000
Kitsap Transit                 Kitsap Passenger Only Ferry Plan                                                     STP            $422,000
WSDOT                          Trans-Lake Washington (SR-520) Program                                               CMAQ           $1,000,000
WSDOT                          I-5 HOV Lanes Everett                                                                CMAQ           $900,000
                                                                                                                Total Regional:    $6,922,000



                                                  COUNTYWIDE SELECTION PROCESSES

KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor                Project Title                                                               Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Seattle                        Northgate Transit System Management (TSM) Improvements                               STP             $9,916
Renton                         SR-167 HOV/SW 27 th St HOV/Strander Blvd Connection                                  STP            $745,563
Bellevue                       156th Ave NE – NE 8th St to Northrup Wy                                              STP            $722,323
Bellevue                       116th Ave NE Overlay                                                                 STP            $332,600
Bothell                        Overlay for NE 195th St & 120th Ave NE                                               STP            $170,950
Seattle                        Northgate Transit System Management (TSM) Improvements                               CMAQ           $645,427
Seattle                        Aurora Transit Express                                                               CMAQ           $100,000
                                                                                                            Total King County:     $2,726,779


KITSAP COUNTY
Project Sponsor                Project Title                                                               Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bainbridge Island              High School Road Preservation and Bike/Ped Improvements                              STP            $148,653
Kitsap County                  West Kingston Road                                                                   STP            $212,168
                                                                                                           Total Kitsap County:    $360,821


PIERCE COUNTY
Project Sponsor                Project Title                                                               Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Tacoma                         “D” Street Overpass and Rail Relocation                                              STP            $1,108,237
                                                                                                           Total Pierce County:    $1,108,237


SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor                Project Title                                                               Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Snohomish County               148th St SW                                                                          STP            $400,000
WSDOT                          Hwy 2 / 5th St Traffic Signal                                                        STP            $158,754
WSDOT                          I-5 HOV Lanes in Everett                                                             CMAQ           $400,000
                                                                                                      Total Snohomish County:      $958,754



                                                                                         TOTAL STP/CMAQ REDISTRIBUTED:            $12,076,591



Note: $3,087,600 of these redistributed funds replaced existing funds in a total of seven projects, thus allowing
that amount to be reassigned to the following projects:
Project Sponsor   Project Title                                           Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Tukwila           Pacific Highway South                                         STP            $615,692
Federal Way       Pacific Highway South                                         STP            $615,691
Des Moines        Pacific Highway South                                         STP            $615,691
King County       King County Urban Centers Project                             STP            $134,278
Kitsap County     Bremerton Transportation Center                               STP            $360,821
Seattle           Northgate TSM Improvements                                   CMAQ            $510,000
Seattle           Seattle TDM Project                                          CMAQ             $50,000
King County       King County Urban Centers Transit Development Project        CMAQ            $185,427
                                                                           Total Reassigned:   $3,087,600
                                                    2002 PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS


                                                           REGIONAL COMPETITION
Project Sponsor                Project Title                                                           Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Puget Sound Regional Council   Rural Town Centers Project                                                    STP             $100,000
Port of Tacoma                 Lincoln Ave                                                                   STP            $2,500,000
Pierce County                  SR-704 / Cross Base                                                           STP            $2,500,000
Bremerton                      SR-304                                                                        STP            $3,719,500
Multiple Agencies              Pacific Highway South Redevelopment Project                                STP/CMAQ          $11,400,000
Multiple Agencies              King County Urban Centers Transit Development Project                        CMAQ            $5,480,500
Sound Transit                  Seattle-Everett Commuter Rail                                                CMAQ            $11,400,000
                                                                                                          Total Regional:   $37,100,000



                                                    COUNTYWIDE SELECTION PROCESSES

KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor                Project Title                                                           Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Auburn                         "A" Street SW Loop                                                            STP             $299,977
Bellevue                       148th Ave SE Rdwy Imprvmts                                                    STP             $817,739
Bothell                        102nd Avenue NE Bridge Resurfacing Project over SR-522                        STP              $96,926
Burien                         1st Avenue South Corridor                                                     STP             $364,810
Covington                      SR-516 Widening Phase 1                                                       STP             $85,808
Des Moines                     Pacific Hwy. So. Redevelopmt (S 216th St - Kent Des Moines Rd)                STP             $128,840
Federal Way                    Pacific Hwy So. HOV Lanes Phase III (SR-509 to So. 284th Str.)                STP             $409,980
Kenmore                        SR-522 Multi-Modal Corridor Improvements, Phase II                            STP             $100,312
Kent                           Pac. Hwy. S. HOV Lanes, North Phase (Kent Des Moines Rd to S 252d St)         STP             $445,497
King County                    Carr Rd/ Trans Valley ITS Corridor (SE 184th to Southcenter Blvd)             STP            $1,646,554
King County                    Harris Creek Bridge                                                           STP             $260,634
King County                    1st Avenue South Corridor Improvement Project                                 STP             $354,915
Kirkland                       NE 128th Street/I-405 Overpass (116th Ave NE to Totem Lk Blvd)                STP             $331,094
Newcastle                      Coal Creek Parkway, Phase 3                                                   STP             $48,151
Normandy Park                  1st Avenue South                                                              STP             $44,010
North Bend                     Tanner Trail, Phase 2                                                         STP              $9,046
Pacific                        Ellingson Road / Skinner Road - Sidewalks and Widening                        STP             $36,969
Redmond                        Bear Creek Class 1 Bicyclist & Pedestrian Trail                               STP             $466,770
Renton                         Maple Valley Hwy (SR-169) HOV Lanes and Queue Jump Imprvmts                   STP             $392,947
Sammamish                      228th Avenue SE/ Issaquah-Pine Lake Road                                      STP             $191,549
SeaTac                         S. 188th St./Military Road (S. 179th St. to 188th St.)                        STP             $195,749
Seattle                        Chief Sealth Trail                                                            STP             $243,780
Shoreline                      Shoreline Interurban Trail Crossing                                           STP             $334,992
Snoqualmie                     Ped. Equestrian River Crossing/SR-202 Snoqualmie River Crossing               STP              $6,499
Tukwila                        Tukwila International Blvd Phase 2 (S 116th St to 132nd St)                   STP             $220,296
Bothell                        North Creek Trail                                                            CMAQ             $500,000
Kirkland                       116th Ave NE Nonmotorized Facilities Phase 1                                 CMAQ             $524,700
Redmond                        Overlake Center to Downtown Redmond Corridor ITS Project                     CMAQ             $346,006
Seattle                        Aurora Transit Express (BRT)                                                 CMAQ            $3,720,248
Seattle                        Ship Canal Trail                                                             CMAQ             $680,000
Shoreline                      Shoreline Interurban Trail Crossing                                          CMAQ             $666,060
Woodinville                    SR 202/148th Avenue NE Intersection                                          CMAQ             $77,032
                                                                                                       Total King County:   $14,047,890
KITSAP COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                                   Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bainbridge Island   Ericksen Avenue (Sidewalks to Safety) Project                                          STP             $100,000
Kitsap County       Mosquito Fleet Trail: Southworth Drive                                                 STP              $95,000
Kitsap County       Mile Hill Drive                                                                        STP             $1,670,000
Port Orchard        Mosquito Fleet Trail: Port Orchard Pedestrian Path                                     STP             $150,000
Poulsbo             Mosquito Fleet Trail: Anderson Pkwy Bulkhead & Bike/Ped Path                           STP             $75,000
                                                                                                   Total Kitsap County:    $2,090,000


PIERCE COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                                   Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Lakewood            Bridgeport Way (59th Ave to Steilacoom Blvd)                                           STP             $874,110
Pierce County       Canyon Road Northerly Extension (design only)                                          STP             $300,000
Pierce County       Countywide 3R Program (Rural)                                                          STP             $237,382
Pierce County       Spanaway Loop Road South (Coffee Creek to SR-7)                                        STP             $300,000
Tacoma              South Tacoma Way Resurfacing (Pine to South 38th Streets)                              STP             $660,860
University Place    Bridgeport Way (59th Ave to Cirque Drive)                                              STP             $686,203
Pierce County       Expansion of Pierce County CTR Efforts                                                CMAQ             $133,550
Pierce Transit      Bus Purchase Program                                                                  CMAQ             $326,000
Sound Transit       LINK Light Rail Improvements in Downtown Tacoma                                       CMAQ             $786,333
Tacoma              Tacoma 2002 Hazardous Sidewalk Replacement Program                                    CMAQ             $346,000
Tacoma              Tacoma Rail Mountain Division Rail Improvements                                       CMAQ             $245,875
Tacoma              Thea Foss Waterway Public Esplanade - Phase II (Alber's Mill Site)                    CMAQ             $511,500
University Place    Bridgeport Way (59th Ave to Cirque Drive)                                             CMAQ              $92,297
                                                                                                   Total Pierce County:    $5,500,110


SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                                   Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bothell             SR-527 Corridor Signal System                                                          STP             $200,000
Edmonds             220th Street SW                                                                        STP             $500,000
Everett             112th Street SE                                                                        STP             $1,000,000
Granite Falls       Granite Falls Alternate Route                                                          STP             $200,000
Mill Creek          Dumas Road                                                                             STP             $641,072
Sultan              SR-2 at Sultan Basin Road                                                              STP             $107,028
Edmonds             Interurban Trail                                                                      CMAQ             $250,000
Everett             Holly Drive                                                                           CMAQ             $173,900
Lynnwood            ITS                                                                                   CMAQ             $700,000
Port of Everett     Terminal Avenue Ped & Bike Improvements                                               CMAQ              $40,000
Snohomish           Centennial Trail (RW Acquisition)                                                     CMAQ             $450,000
                                                                                         Total Snohomish County CMAQ:      $4,262,000



                                                                                    TOTAL STP/CMAQ AWARDED:               $63,000,000
                                2000 PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS
                                        (CMAQ CTR Grant)

Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                           Funds Awarded
Community Transit   Central Puget Sound Commute Trip Reduction Enhancement Project              $108,939
Metro               Central Puget Sound Commute Trip Reduction Enhancement Project              $439,794
Pierce Transit      Central Puget Sound Commute Trip Reduction Enhancement Project               $91,862
WSDOT               Central Puget Sound Commute Trip Reduction Enhancement Project             $2,909,023
WSDOT               Regional Vanpool Market Assessment Phase #2                                 $250,125
                                                                                     Total:    $3,799,743
                                                1999 PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS


                                                         REGIONAL COMPETITION
Project Sponsor           Project Title                                                        Source of Funds Funds Awarded
King County               Regional TDM Implementation                                               STP              $150,000
Sound Transit             I-90 Two-Way Transit Operations/Mercer Island Station                     STP             $5,000,000
Bremerton                 SR 304 Transportation Improvement Project                                 STP             $1,000,000
Everett Transit           Pacific Avenue Overcrossing                                               STP             $2,000,000
Federal Way               BPA Trail Phase 3                                                         STP              $629,775
Federal Way               Pacific Hwy. S./International Blvd. Redevelopment                         STP             $5,000,000
Kenmore                   Kenmore Bothell Way Improvement Project                                   STP             $1,000,000
King County               Trans Valley Corridor Project                                             STP             $1,185,000
Kitsap Transit            Bremerton Transportation Center - Phase C                                 STP             $5,000,000
Lakewood                  Lakewood Regional Commuter Rail Station/Park & Ride                       STP             $3,500,000
Pierce County             8th St. East / BNSF Mainline Grade Separation                             STP             $2,000,000
Port of Everett           California St./Everett Ave. Overcrossing                                  STP             $1,666,500
Port of Seattle           East Marginal Way Overpass/Rail Improvements                              STP             $1,666,500
Port of Tacoma            SR 509/Port of Tacoma Rd. Grade Separation                                STP             $3,167,000
Redmond                   Sammamish River Trail Bike/Ped Bridge Improvement                         STP              $519,000
Seattle                   Duwamish ITS                                                              STP             $1,800,000
Seattle                   University Way Multimodal                                                 STP             $1,700,000
Seattle                   Elliott Ave. West / 15th Ave. W. NW                                       STP             $3,000,000
Shoreline                 Aurora Ave. N. Multimodal Corridor Project                                STP             $1,500,000
Sumner                    Sumner Trail Phase 1b                                                     STP              $400,000
Tacoma                    East D Street                                                             STP             $1,000,000
University Place         Bridgeport Way West                                                        STP             $1,000,000
Washington State Ferries Ferry Transit Pedestrian Connection - Marion St. Corridor (Seattle)        STP             $1,360,000
Washington State Ferries Mukilteo Multimodal Terminal                                               STP             $1,000,000
WSDOT NW                 SR 509 South Access Completion                                             STP             $5,000,000
Auburn                    Transit Center Pedestrian Bridge                                         CMAQ              $940,000
Bothell                   North Creek Trail                                                        CMAQ              $625,000
Community Transit         Terrace Station                                                          CMAQ              $800,000
Edmonds                   Edmonds Multimodal Transportation Center                                 CMAQ             $2,000,000
Everett                   Everett Station                                                          CMAQ             $6,000,000
King County               Green River Trail, Phase 2                                               CMAQ              $456,000
King County               Regional TDM Implementation                                              CMAQ             $3,285,000
King County               Centers Development Incentive                                            CMAQ             $4,000,000
King County               Smart Card                                                               CMAQ             $2,000,000
Pierce Transit            Peninsula Park & Ride                                                    CMAQ             $2,400,000
Pierce Transit            Pierce Transit Base Epansion                                             CMAQ             $1,988,310
Redmond                   Redmond/Overlake Traffic Signal                                          CMAQ             $1,000,000
Seattle                   Chief Sealth Trail Phase 1                                               CMAQ             $1,200,000
Shoreline                 Regional Interurban Trail                                                CMAQ             $1,200,000
Snohomish                 Snohomish Riverfront Trail Phase 1                                       CMAQ              $625,000
Sound Transit             Sounder Commuter Rail - Tacoma to Seattle                                CMAQ             $4,000,000
Sound Transit             Regional Epress Transit Hubs                                             CMAQ             $6,000,000
Sound Transit             Sounder Commuter Rail - Station Area Access                              CMAQ             $1,000,000
                                                                                                  Total Regional:   $90,763,085



                                              COUNTYWIDE SELECTION PROCESSES

KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor           Project Title                                                        Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Project Sponsor    Project Title                                           Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Algona             Citywide Preservation                                        STP           $48,453
Auburn             Auburn Way N. Improvements                                   STP           $494,780
Auburn             West Main Street                                             STP           $25,097
Auburn             A Street Signal                                              STP           $200,000
Beaux Arts         Citywide Pavement Maintenance Program                        STP            $3,341
Bellevue           156th Ave. NE - NE 8th St. to Northup Way                    STP           $722,323
Bellevue           116th Ave. NE Overlay                                        STP           $100,600
Bellevue           Lakemont Blvd. SE - City Limits to 164th Way SE              STP           $232,000
Bothell            Citywide Preservation                                        STP           $170,950
Bothell            Bothell Arterial Resurfacing                                 STP           $170,000
Burien             SW 152nd Street Streetscape Enhancement Project              STP           $322,017
Carnation          West Entwistle St. Sidewalks                                 STP           $35,000
Clyde Hill         Citywide Preservation                                        STP           $35,312
Covington          SR 516 Access Control/Signal                                 STP           $155,284
Des Moines         Pacific Highway South Redevelopment Project                  STP           $228,834
Enumclaw           2nd Street Improvements and Extension                        STP           $135,329
Federal Way        Pacific Hwy S. HOV Lanes                                     STP           $729,433
Hunts Point        Townwide Pavement Maintenance Program                        STP            $9,231
Issaquah           Citywide Pavement Maintenance Program                        STP           $167,450
Kenmore            Kenmore Bothell Way Improvement Project                      STP           $167,101
Kent               Pacific Highway South HOV Lanes Phase 1                      STP           $784,116
King County        Trans Valley Corridor Project                                STP          $1,100,000
King County        16th Ave. S. Bridge Replacement - EIS                        STP           $500,000
King County        Smart Growth Land Use/Transit/Air Quality Study              STP           $300,000
King County        Woodinville-Duvall Road                                      STP           $500,000
King County        Novelty Hill Road                                            STP           $529,975
King County        Transit Safety/Security Enhancements                         STP           $455,462
King County        On Board System Integration                                  STP          $2,898,955
Kirkland           Kirkland Capacity Intersection Projects                      STP           $626,119
Lake Forest Park   Citywide Pavement Maintenance Program                        STP           $112,760
Maple Valley       Citywide Preservation                                        STP           $125,793
Medina             Citywide Preservation                                        STP           $48,605
Mercer Island      Arterial Pavement Maintenance Program                        STP           $217,310
Mercer Island      Regional Park, Community Center                              STP           $50,358
Milton             Citywide Preservation                                        STP            $8,199
Newcastle          Coal Creek parkway Improvement, Phase I                      STP           $95,129
Normandy Park      1st Ave. South Enhancement Project                           STP           $86,672
North Bend         North Bend Way Park and Ride Intersection Improvement        STP           $305,334
Pacific            Citywide Preservation                                        STP           $69,810
Redmond            Avondale Road Preservation Improvements                      STP           $442,059
Redmond            Sammamish River Trail Bike/Ped Bridge Improvement            STP           $177,688
Renton             Arterial Rehabilitation Program                              STP           $200,000
Renton             Downtown Transit Access Project                              STP           $200,000
Renton             SW 27th Street Extension Project                             STP           $305,563
SeaTac             Military Road South Project                                  STP           $354,080
Seattle            Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Programs                       STP          $1,500,000
Seattle            Pedestrian Accessibility Program                             STP           $794,223
Seattle            Bike Spot Safety Program                                     STP           $350,000
Seattle            University Way Multimodal                                    STP          $1,450,000
Seattle            Urban Center Wayfinding Project                              STP           $300,000
Seattle            South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor                             STP           $500,000
Seattle            University Way Multimodal                                    STP           $350,000
Seattle            Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Programs                       STP           $500,000
Seattle            Elliott Ave. West / 15th Ave. W. NW                          STP           $900,000
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                  Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Seattle             35th Avenue SW                                                        STP             $215,734
Seattle             University Way Multimodal                                             STP             $600,000
Shoreline           Regional Interurban Trail: Phase I                                    STP             $524,280
Snoqualmie          Pedestrian/Equestrian River Crossing                                  STP             $100,000
Snoqualmie          Railroad Avenue Corridor Plan/SR 202                                  STP             $188,333
Tukwila             Interurban Avenue                                                     STP             $395,707
Woodinville         124th Avenue NE Improvements                                          STP             $147,461
Yarrow Point        Townwide Pavement Maintenance Program                                 STP             $12,476
Bellevue            Lake Washington Blvd. Nonmotorized Access                            CMAQ             $423,703
King County         Trans-Valley Corridor ITS                                            CMAQ            $1,095,439
King County         Transit Safety/Security Enhancements                                 CMAQ             $744,538
                                                                                   Total King County:    $25,738,416


KITSAP COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                  Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bainbridge Island   High School Road Preservation                                         STP             $645,502
Bremerton           Werner Road Corridor                                                  STP            $1,025,154
p County            SR 303 Corridor Study                                                 STP             $400,000
Kitsap County       Mile Hill Drive: Long Lake to Colchester Drive                        STP             $929,219
Kitsap County       Lund Avenue: Bethel to Hoover                                         STP             $389,219
Kitsap County       Newberry Hill Rd.: West Seabeck Highway to Dickey Rd.                 STP             $689,219
Kitsap Transit      Southworth Park & Ride                                                STP             $200,000
KRCC                Priority Programming of Countywide TEA-21 Funds (2001-2002)           STP             $120,000
Poulsbo             Viking Avenue, Phase 4                                                STP             $87,000
Suquamish Tribe     Various Improvements                                                  STP             $50,000
                                                                                  Total Kitsap County:   $4,535,313


PIERCE COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                  Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Fife                Pacific Highway East                                                  STP             $224,900
Lakewood            Sidewalks on Bridgeport Way from I-5 to Steilacoom Blvd.              STP             $648,750
Pierce County       Spanaway Loop Road                                                    STP             $319,185
Pierce County       Spanaway Loop Road Extension                                          STP             $845,019
Pierce County       Canyon Road Northerly Extension                                       STP            $1,250,000
Pierce County       Transportation GIS                                                    STP             $125,000
Pierce County       Countywide 3R Program                                                 STP             $865,000
Pierce Transit      Shuttle Vehicles                                                      STP             $484,400
Pierce Transit      Bus Stop Improvement Program                                          STP             $498,845
Pierce Transit      CNG Transit Coaches                                                   STP             $882,300
Pierce Transit      Tacoma Dome Station Enhancements                                      STP            $1,000,000
Pierce Transit      Base Expansion                                                        STP             $607,421
Tacoma              Portland Ave./Puyallup Ave. Intersection Improvement                  STP             $269,880
Tacoma              South Tacoma Way - Pine to 38th                                       STP             $60,550
Tacoma              2000 Hazardous Sidewalk Replacement                                   STP             $346,000
Tacoma              Norpoint Way - 29th St. NE to 49th Avenue NE                          STP             $696,325
University Place    27th Street West                                                      STP             $519,000
Pierce County       Commute Trip Reduction                                               CMAQ             $125,000
Tacoma              Freight Rail                                                         CMAQ             $320,000
                                                                                  Total Pierce County:   $10,087,575


SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                  Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Arlington           59th Ave. NE: 172nd St. NE to Airport                                 STP             $200,000
Community Transit   Lake Stevens Transit Center                                           STP             $450,000
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                 Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Community Transit   Mountlake Terrace Park and Ride Lot                                  STP             $577,990
Edmonds             S. 76th Ave. W Pavement Rehabilitation                               STP             $170,000
Everett             41st St. Overcrossing & Riverfront Parkway                           STP            $1,576,735
Everett             Everett Annual Overlay Program                                       STP             $270,000
Everett Transit     Bus Fleet Expansion                                                  STP             $590,000
Granite Falls       Granite Falls Bypass Supplemental EIS                                STP             $25,000
Lake Stevens        Arterial and Collector Overlays                                      STP             $75,000
Lynnwood            Regional Traffic Operations Center                                   STP             $750,000
Lynnwood            FY 2000 Overlays                                                     STP             $170,000
Marysville          4th St. N. Park and Ride Expansion (Ash Ave. P&R)                    STP             $500,000
Mill Creek          Dumas Road Widening                                                  STP             $125,000
Mill Creek          North Creek Trail                                                    STP             $290,000
Mill Creek          Mill Creek Arterial Preservation                                     STP             $120,000
Mountlake Terrace   56th Ave. W Rehab/Overlay                                            STP             $45,000
Mountlake Terrace   66th Ave. W Rehab/Overlay                                            STP             $75,000
Snohomish           Second St. at Ave. D                                                 STP             $50,000
Snohomish County    148th St. SW: 52nd Ave. W to 35th Ave. W                             STP             $400,000
Snohomish County    SR 2 Trestle East Interchange                                        STP             $250,000
Snohomish County    Interurban Trail 124th St. Overcrossing                              STP             $450,000
Snohomish County    Lowell Snohomish River Road Trail                                    STP             $200,000
Snohomish County    Jordan Road Overlay                                                  STP             $247,776
Sultan              SR 2 & Sultan Basin Road                                             STP             $200,000
Community Transit   Terrace Station                                                     CMAQ             $772,010
                                                                             Total Snohomish County:    $8,579,511



                                                                        TOTAL STP/CMAQ AWARDED:        $139,703,900
                                           1997 PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS


                                                   REGIONAL COMPETITION

Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                               Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bellevue            I-405/Bellevue Downtown Access Project                                            STP            $2,300,000
Bremerton           SR 3/SR 304 Bremerton Ferry Terminal to Gorst Vicinity                            STP            $4,500,000
Edmonds             Edmonds Multimodal Transportation Center                                          STP             $500,000
Port of Tacoma      SR 167: Sr 509 to SR 161                                                          STP            $1,800,000
PSRC                Regional Transportation Planning and Programming                                 STP             $2,200,000
Seattle             South Spokane Street Viaduct Improvements                                         STP            $4,500,000
Tukwila             Pacific Highway South/International Blvd. Redevelopment                          STP             $4,500,000
WSDOT NW            I-5: SR 526 to SR 2 Core HOV Lanes                                                STP            $1,800,000
WSDOT NW            Airport Road HOV/I-5, 128th Street Interchange Modifications                      STP            $1,000,000
WSDOT NW            SR 509 South Access Completion                                                    STP            $1,000,000
WSDOT OUM           Trans Lake Study                                                                  STP            $1,300,000
WSDOT OUM           FAST Corridor Investment Alternatives                                             STP             $800,000
King County         East Lake Sammamish Trail                                                       CMAQ              $600,000
Everett             Everett Station                                                                 CMAQ              $800,000
Lynnwood            Interurban Trail Missing Link Pedestrian Bridge at I-5/44th Ave W               CMAQ              $100,000
Metro               Regional HOV Incentives and Services Project                                    CMAQ             $2,850,000
Pierce Transit      Transit Priority Treatments                                                     CMAQ             $2,433,000
Pierce Transit      Pacific Avenue/SR 7 Corridor Improvements - FHWA Demonstration                  CMAQ             $2,021,029
Seattle             Ship Canal Trail, Phase II                                                      CMAQ             $1,000,000
WSDOT               TDM Resource Center - 00/02 New and Expanded Initiatives                        CMAQ              $500,000
                                                                                                   Total Regional:   $36,504,029



                                         COUNTYWIDE SELECTION PROCESSES

KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                               Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Auburn              Kersey Way Improvement                                                            STP             $268,000
Bellevue            150th Ave. SE - SE 36th St. to Newport Way                                        STP             $789,741
Bothell             228th St. SE (I-405 to 39th)                                                      STP             $800,000
Bothell             Arterial Resurface (38th & 228th)                                                 STP             $150,000
Burien              Sylvester Road, Multimodal or 4th Ave. SW Roadway Reconstruction, Phase 1         STP             $219,000
Carnation           Tolt Ave. Pedestrian Improvements                                                 STP             $47,680
Des Moines          Pacific Highway S - S. 216th St. to Kent-Des Moines Rd.                           STP             $139,000
Federal Way         S. 320th & SR 99 Improvements                                                     STP             $490,000
Kent                S. 212th St - Green River Bridge to West Valley Highway                           STP             $82,902
King County         Sahalee Way NE, NE 50th St. to SR 202                                             STP             $700,000
King County         140th Ave. SE at SE Petrovitsky                                                   STP             $825,000
King County         Woodinville-Duvall Bridge Seismic Retrofit                                        STP             $673,877
Kirkland            NE 100th St. - Slater Ave. to 117th Pl. NE                                        STP             $403,500
Muckelshoot Tribe   Academy Drive Corridor Study                                                      STP             $368,000
Newcastle           SE 69th St./116th Ave. SE Intersection                                            STP             $50,000
North Bend          Tanner Trail Multimodal Pedestrian/Bicycle Path                                   STP             $180,000
Renton              I-405/NE 44th Multimodal Interchange                                              STP             $339,000
SeaTac              S. 170th St. Project - International Blvd. To 37th Ave. S.                        STP             $235,000
Seattle             Lake City Way Multimodal                                                          STP             $117,426
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                                 Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Shoreline           Aurora Corridor Multimodal Predesign                                                 STP             $284,042
Tukwila             57th Ave. S                                                                          STP             $200,000
Various             Roadway maintenance projects                                                         STP            $2,021,432
Woodinville         148th Ave. NE/NE 145th St. Intersection Improvement                                  STP             $99,400
WSDOT NW            SR 520 Bike Path - Bellevue to Redmond, Stage 2                                      STP             $225,000
King County         East Lake Sammamish Trail                                                           CMAQ            $1,100,000
Bellevue            Bellevue Transit Neighborhood Links Program                                         CMAQ             $262,000
Kent                Washington Avenue HOV Lanes - Harrison St. to Green River Bridge                    CMAQ             $305,926
Mercer Island       Pedestrian Safety Improvements on Island Crest Way                                  CMAQ             $75,000
Metro               Alternative Transportation Pass Demonstration for Bothell Business Parks            CMAQ             $119,200
Metro               Business Cluster Transportation Solutions                                           CMAQ             $412,000
Metro               Ryerson Bus Base Parking Expansion                                                  CMAQ             $525,860
Metro               Joint Use Park& Ride Demonstration                                                  CMAQ             $200,000
Metro               Rural Towns Park&Ride Project (Duvall/North Bend)                                   CMAQ             $300,000
Metro               Lake Forest Park Community Bus Demonstration                                        CMAQ             $150,000
Metro               Bellevue ADA Bus Zone Accessibility Improvements                                    CMAQ             $125,000
Metro               South King County Transit Improvements                                              CMAQ             $300,000
Metro               Shoreline ADA Bus Zone Accessibility Improvements                                   CMAQ             $80,440
Metro               Multimodal Corridor Improvements (Denny Way Corridor & 23rd Ave. Corridor)          CMAQ             $550,000
Metro               ADA Improvement: North 46th St & Aurora Ave North Transit Access                    CMAQ             $150,000
Normandy Park       1st Avenue South Pedestrian/Bike Enhancement                                        CMAQ             $58,500
Redmond             HOV and Traffic Signal                                                              CMAQ             $399,000
Seattle             University District Controllers                                                     CMAQ             $400,000
Seattle             Lake City Way Multimodal                                                            CMAQ             $507,574
Seattle             Bike Spot Program                                                                   CMAQ             $315,000
Seattle             Pedestrian Accessibility Program                                                    CMAQ             $385,000
Seattle             Beacon Avenue Median Phase V                                                        CMAQ            $1,500,000
                                                                                                  Total King County:    $17,928,500


KITSAP COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                                 Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bainbridge Island   High School Road Preservation & Pedestrian/Bike Improvements                         STP             $443,000
Port Orchard        Traffic Signal at Tremont & Port Orchard Boulevard                                   STP             $170,000
Poulsbo             Viking Avenue Improvements, Phase I                                                  STP             $513,000
Suquamish Tribe     SR 305 Intersection Improvement at George Lane                                       STP             $50,000
                                                                                                 Total Kitsap County:   $1,176,000


PIERCE COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                                 Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Fife                Pavement Management System                                                           STP              $8,650
Lakewood            Bridgeport Way Sidewalks from I-5 to Steilacoom Blvd.                                STP             $93,405
Pierce County       Countywide 3R Program                                                                STP             $763,000
Pierce County       Anderson Island Ferry Park & Ride                                                    STP             $216,245
Pierce County       Cushman Powerline Trail                                                              STP             $346,000
Port of Tacoma      Port of Tacoma Rd. & SR 509 Rail & Road Grade Separation                             STP             $200,000
Puyallup            Puyallup Downtown Revitalization, Phase 2 Construction                               STP             $500,000
Tacoma              Lincoln Avenue (Portland Ave. to marc Avenue) Pavement Overlay)                      STP             $674,700
Tacoma              Hazardous Sidewalk Replacement                                                       STP             $275,000
University Place    Bridgeport Way Street Improvements, Phase 2                                          STP             $500,000
Lakewood            Bridgeport Way Sidewalks                                                            CMAQ             $347,264
Pierce County       Commute Trip Reduction Public Education Campaign                                    CMAQ             $200,000
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                           Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Pierce Transit      Transit Fleet Preservation                                                    CMAQ             $1,224,557
Pierce Transit      Bus Stop Improvement Program                                                  CMAQ              $81,138
Pierce Transit      Downtown Tacoma Connection Service Demonstration                              CMAQ             $420,000
Sumner              Sumner Train Station Access                                                   CMAQ             $653,041
Tacoma              Thea Foss Waterway Public Esplanade - Parcel #3 - Phase 1                     CMAQ             $432,500
                                                                                           Total Pierce County:    $6,935,500


SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                           Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Everett             I-5 Corridor Design Study & EIS                                                STP             $247,000
Everett             Annual Asphalt Overlays                                                        STP             $150,000
Marysville          State Ave. (4th to Grove St.)                                                  STP             $200,000
Mill Creek          Overlays                                                                       STP             $123,000
Monroe              SR 2 Bike/Ped Cascade View                                                     STP             $300,000
Mukilteo            5th St./Mukilteo Blvd.                                                         STP             $290,000
Snohomish County    Marine Dr. Overlay (76th to 180th)                                             STP             $300,000
Stanwood            102nd Ave. Reconstruct                                                         STP             $133,000
Sultan              SR 2/Old Owen Road Signal & Sidewalk                                           STP             $200,000
Community Transit   Transit Coach Replacement                                                     CMAQ             $450,000
Community Transit   Rideshare Van Purchase                                                        CMAQ             $450,000
Everett             Sidewalk for SR 99 Widening                                                   CMAQ             $200,000
Everett             Interurban Trail Northern Extension, Stage II                                 CMAQ             $200,000
Lynnwood            SR 99 from Snohomish/King Co. Line to 148th St. SW                            CMAQ             $1,100,000
Snohomish County    Construction of Holly Drive Pedestrian/Bicycle Improvements                   CMAQ             $317,000
                                                                                       Total Snohomish County:     $4,660,000



                                                                                  TOTAL STP/CMAQ AWARDED:         $67,204,029
                                               1995 PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS
                                                    (first Regional competition)

                                                       REGIONAL COMPETITION

Project Sponsor         Project Title                                                              Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Cluster                 Multi-Agency Pacific Highway South Redevelopment Project                        STP            $5,800,000
Cluster                 Burnett-Transit Way and Renton Urban Shuttle                                    STP             $200,000
Cluster                 SR 525/SR 99 to SR 526 - Interchange, HOV, Widening, & Paine Field Blvd.        STP            $1,500,000
PSRC                    Metropolitan Transportation Plan Refinement & Implementation Planning           STP            $1,385,000
Seattle                 North Duwamish Intermodal Access Project                                        STP            $5,400,000
Seattle                 South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Improvements                                   STP            $1,500,000
Washington State Ferries High Speed Passenger Only Ferry Acquisition                                    STP            $3,000,000
WSDOT NW                SR 520 & NE 40th Street Interchange and Collector-Distributor Lanes             STP            $1,700,000
WSDOT NW                SR 509 South Access Completion                                                  STP             $200,000
WSDOT NW                SR 520 - 124th Ave. NE to W. Lake Sammamish Parkway - Trail                     STP            $2,000,000
WSDOT OUM               Tacoma-Seattle Freight Corridor Action Package                                  STP             $335,000
Metro                   Multimodal Services and CTR Partnership Project                                CMAQ            $1,800,000
Metro                   Small Bus Shuttles                                                             CMAQ            $5,466,350
Metro                   EZRider Phase II - Regional Multimodal Customer Information                    CMAQ            $3,500,000
Multiple                Interurban Trail                                                               CMAQ            $3,500,000
Pierce Transit          Tacoma Dome Station Construction                                               CMAQ            $4,800,000
PSRC                    Multimdoal Data Integration Project for the Puget Sound Region CMS             CMAQ             $350,000
WSDOT                   TDM Resource Center - expanded and New Initiatives                             CMAQ             $800,000
                                                                                                     Total Regional:   $43,236,350



                                             COUNTYWIDE SELECTION PROCESSES

KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor         Project Title                                                              Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Auburn/WSDOT            Ramp to SR 18 and C St. SW                                                      STP             $800,000
Bellevue/King County    150th Avenue SE                                                                 STP             $500,000
Bothell                 Construction                                                                    STP             $50,000
Bothell                 228th/Locust Way to 9th Ave.                                                    STP             $269,000
Bothell                 15th Avenue SE Rehabilitation                                                   STP             $125,000
Burien                  Pedestrian Crosswalk Safety & ADA Accessibility                                 STP             $220,000
Des Moines              Des Moines Creek Trail                                                          STP             $150,000
Federal Way             BPA Trail Phase 3                                                               STP             $300,000
Issaquah                Northwest Juniper Street Nonmotorized & Transit Access Project                  STP             $117,324
King County             East Lake Sammamish Parkway SE                                                  STP            $1,000,000
King County             116th Way NE/NE 132nd St. (Kingsgate Park & Ride)                               STP             $340,000
King County             Northeast 124th St, Phase II                                                    STP            $1,700,000
King County             South 277th St.                                                                 STP             $900,000
King County             South County Transfer Point Improvements                                        STP             $500,000
King County             East County Transfer Point Improvements                                         STP             $500,000
King County             Bridge Pedestrian Priority Project                                              STP             $405,000
King County             Duvall Park and Ride                                                            STP             $195,000
King County/Seattle     Waterfront Street Car                                                           STP             $660,000
Kirkland                116th Way NE/NE 132nd St. (Kingsgate Park & Ride)                               STP             $160,000
Multiple                ETP Update                                                                      STP             $200,000
Normandy Park           1st Ave. South Ped/Bike Enhancement                                             STP             $80,000
Renton                  Burnett-Transit Way and Renton Urban Shuttle                                    STP             $440,000
Seattle                 Pedestrian Accessibility Program                                                STP             $700,000
Seattle                 Lake City Way NE Multimodal Improvements                                        STP             $200,000
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                 Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Tukwila             W. Valley Hwy and Strander Blvd. Intersection                        STP             $400,000
Various             King County Preservation Funds                                       STP            $12,000,000
Woodinville         Woodinville Valley Trail, Phase I                                    STP             $200,000
Woodinville/WSDOT   SR 202/NE 127th Pl. Vicinity Improvements                            STP             $300,000
Metro               Multimodal Services and CTR Partnership Project                     CMAQ             $200,000
Metro               Small Bus Shuttles                                                  CMAQ             $362,000
Metro               East Bellevue Circulator Demonstration                              CMAQ             $350,000
Seattle             Enhanced Traffic Management Center                                  CMAQ            $1,000,000
                                                                                  Total King County:    $25,323,324


KITSAP COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                 Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bainbridge Island   Ferncliff Avenue                                                     STP             $585,000
Kitsap County       Bucklin Hill Road                                                    STP            $1,360,000
Kitsap County       Lindvog Road                                                         STP             $780,000
Kitsap County       Silverdale Way                                                       STP            $1,135,500
Kitsap County       Fairgrounds Road                                                     STP             $390,000
Kitsap Transit      Poulsbo SR 305 Transfer Center                                       STP             $62,427
Wash. St. Ferries   Winslow Intermodal Terminal                                          STP             $242,500
                                                                                 Total Kitsap County:   $4,555,427


PIERCE COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                 Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Fife                Pacific Hwy E - Willows to Wapato Creek                              STP             $384,925
Fircrest            Regents, Alameda to Mildred                                          STP             $200,000
Fircrest            Alameda, Regents to North City Limits                                STP             $100,000
Gig Harbor          Rosedale Street Improvements                                         STP             $483,200
Milton              23rd Avenue Street Improvements, Phase I                             STP             $376,275
Pierce County       Puyallup River Trail                                                 STP             $500,000
Pierce County       Spanaway Loop Road South                                             STP             $277,406
Pierce County       Peacock Hill Ave. NW                                                 STP             $490,455
Pierce Transit      Shuttle Vehicle Replacement                                          STP             $986,444
Pierce Transit      5 CNG Powered Transit Coaches - Replacement                          STP            $1,188,875
Puyallup            Puyallup Downtown Revitalization, Phase 2 Design                     STP             $340,000
Steilacoom          Union Avenue Reconstruction                                          STP            $1,764,773
Tacoma              S. Tyler Street from Center Street to South 38th Street              STP            $1,302,750
Tacoma              6th Avenue from Orchard to Winnifred                                 STP             $217,568
Tacoma              South 13th St. from Tacoma Ave. to Pacific Ave.                      STP             $182,613
Tacoma              Structural Sidewalk Replacement Participation Program                STP             $102,200
Tacoma              Hazardous Sidewalk Replacement Program                               STP             $320,000
Pierce Transit      Bus Stop Improvements                                               CMAQ             $392,179
Pierce Transit      Countywide CTR Enhancement and Recognition Program                  CMAQ             $129,000
Tacoma              Tacoma Dome Park & Ride Signalization                               CMAQ             $72,000
Tacoma              Thea Foss Waterway Public Esplanade - Parcel #3 - Phase 1           CMAQ             $140,000
Tacoma              Traffic Signal Update: s. 72nd St, Park Ave to Yakima Ave.          CMAQ             $153,105
                                                                                 Total Pierce County:   $10,103,768


SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                                 Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Arlington           SR 531/67th Intersection Improvement                                 STP             $200,000
Edmonds             9th Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation                                   STP             $73,000
Edmonds             100th Ave. Pavement Rehabilitation                                   STP             $100,000
Everett             Evergreen Way/SR 526 Overcrossing                                    STP             $750,000
Everett             SR 527 Improvements                                                  STP             $300,000
Project Sponsor     Project Title                                  Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Everett             Signal Control System Replacement                     STP            $315,000
Everett             Citywide Overlay                                      STP            $400,000
Lynnwood            I-5/196th St. Interchange                             STP            $1,950,000
Lynnwood            City Overlay                                          STP            $168,000
Marysville          SR 528 67th to SR 9                                   STP            $134,000
Mill Creek          Overlays 10090                                        STP             $23,000
Mill Creek          Overlays 10045/10070                                  STP             $40,000
Snohomish           2nd Avenue Phase 2                                    STP            $137,000
Snohomish County    164th/Ash Way to Mill Creek                           STP            $1,500,000
Snohomish County    Overlays                                              STP            $139,000
Snohomish County    Overlays                                              STP            $410,000
Stanwood            88th Reconstruction                                   STP            $125,000
Community Transit   The Commuter Connection at Ash Way                   CMAQ            $592,673
Everett Transit     Everett Transit Bus Replacement                      CMAQ            $300,000
                                                              Total Snohomish County:    $7,656,673



                                                         TOTAL STP/CMAQ AWARDED:        $90,875,542
                             1994 PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS
                              (additional STP funds to the region)

KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor    Project Title                                                                  Funds Awarded
King County        Rural Seismic Retrofit                                                            $453,800
King County        Highway 99 N./Evergreen Way Transit Priority Project                              $307,000
King County        Regional Ridematch Signage Project & Education Campaign                           $500,000
Seattle            Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Programs 1994-1996                                  $453,800
Various            Resurfacing and rehabilitation projects 1994-1996                                 $453,800
                                                                        Total King County STP:      $2,168,400


KITSAP COUNTY
Project Sponsor    Project Title                                                                  Funds Awarded
Kitsap Transit     Winslow Ferry Terminal Pedestrian Walkway/Interim                                 $178,300
                                                                       Total Kitsap County STP:      $178,300


PIERCE COUNTY
Project Sponsor    Project Title                                                                  Funds Awarded
Fircrest           Electron Way Reconstruction                                                        $84,000
Gig Harbor         North Harborview Drive Improvements                                               $211,600
Pierce County      Bridgeport Way Sidewalks                                                          $138,000
Pierce Transit     Vanpool Vans                                                                       $53,000
Steilacoom         Union Avenue Design                                                               $247,000
Tacoma             Taylor Way                                                                        $190,300
                                                                    Total Pierce County STP:         $923,900


SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor    Project Title                                                                  Funds Awarded
Edmonds            Multimodal Transportation Center                                                  $222,000
Everett            Everett Preservation Projects                                                      $99,900
Everett            Paine Field Blvd.                                                                $1,000,000
Lynnwood           Rehabilitative Overlays Prescribed by PMS                                          $99,900
Lynnwood           Lynnwood Regional Transit Pedestrian Access Bridge                                $400,000
Snohomish          Second Street Rehabilitation Ave. D to East City Limits                            $30,000
Snohomish County   Structural Pavement Overlay, Arterial Roadways                                    $199,700
                                                       Total Snohomish County STP Funds:            $2,051,500


MULTI-COUNTY AGENCIES
Project Sponsor    Project Title                                                                  Funds Awarded
PSRC               Innovative Approaches for Development of Regional Plan, Phase II                  $350,000
WSDOT              I-90: Mountains to Sound Greenway Implementation Plan                              $90,000
WSDOT              Transportation Demand Management Resource Center                                   $15,000
WSDOT              I-405: Multimodal Corridor Study - Phase 2                                         $93,000
WSDOT              SR 305 from Hostmark Street to Liberty Road                                       $361,400
WSDOT              SR 104 Corridor Traffic Circulation Improvements (in Kingston)                    $158,500
WSDOT              I-5 Pierce County TSM Projects                                                    $590,000
WSDOT              I-405 Multimodal Corridor Study Phase 2                                            $90,000
                                                      Total Multi-County Agency STP Funds:          $1,747,900


                                                                   TOTAL STP AWARDED:               $7,070,000
                                        1993 PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS
                                              (no Regional competition)

KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor   Project Title                                              Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Auburn            Main St.                                                        STP           $720,000
Bellevue          West Lake                                                       STP           $100,000
Bellevue          Entai Mercer                                                    STP           $638,000
Bellevue          124th Ave.                                                      STP           $353,000
Bellevue          Link                                                            STP           $130,000
Bellevue          118th SE                                                        STP          $1,656,000
Bellevue          116th NE                                                        STP          $1,443,000
Bothell           Meridian Ave. Sidewalk                                          STP           $65,000
Burien            Transit Center                                                  STP           $328,000
Carnation         Tolt Pedestrian                                                 STP           $36,000
Carnation         Tolt Bulbs                                                      STP           $117,000
Kent              Pedestrian Facility                                             STP           $129,000
Kent              S 212th                                                         STP           $112,000
Kent              E. Valley                                                       STP           $201,000
King County       Juanita Wood                                                    STP          $3,471,000
King County       284th SE                                                        STP          $1,320,000
King County       Urban Seismic Project                                           STP           $966,000
King County       Rural Seismic Project                                           STP           $532,000
Kirkland          Lake St.                                                        STP            $5,000
Kirkland          Lake WA Blvd                                                    STP           $40,000
Kirkland          MKT St.                                                         STP           $13,000
Mercer Island     Downtown Improvement                                            STP          $2,369,000
Port of Seattle   Terminal 5                                                      STP          $2,575,000
Redmond           NE 116th                                                        STP           $178,000
Redmond           Old RedmonD                                                     STP           $27,000
Redmond           NE 85th                                                         STP           $27,000
Renton            Lake Washington Blvd.                                           STP           $744,000
Renton            Intracity                                                       STP           $80,000
SeaTac            International Blvd.                                             STP           $176,000
Seattle           Pedestrian Facility                                             STP          $3,590,000
Seattle           NE 42nd                                                         STP           $143,000
Seattle           s. Spokane                                                      STP           $683,000
Seattle           CBD Lighting                                                    STP           $750,000
Tukwila           CBD Sidewalk                                                    STP          $1,182,000
Tukwila           Interurban                                                      STP          $1,080,000
Various           Preservation                                                    STP          $6,333,000
Woodinville       NE 195th                                                        STP           $280,000
Auburn            Bike Plan - Construction                                       CMAQ           $78,000
Bellevue          Bellevue Flex Pass Demonstration Project                       CMAQ           $200,000
Bellevue          One Less Car: Use It Wisely                                    CMAQ           $156,000
Federal Way       S. 348th St. Improvement                                       CMAQ           $177,000
King County       The Commuter Challenge Program                                 CMAQ           $180,000
Metro             Procurement of Natural Gas-Fueled Buses                        CMAQ          $5,420,000
Metro             Automated Trip Planning                                        CMAQ          $1,886,000
Metro             Highway 99 N./Evergreen Way Transit Priority Project           CMAQ          $2,153,000
Metro             Regional Ridemation Signage Project & Education Campaign       CMAQ           $600,000
Metro             Regional Pass System Planning                                  CMAQ           $726,000
Metro             Innovative CTR Employers Incentive Programs                    CMAQ           $399,000
Metro             Training and Promo Materials for CTR Employers                 CMAQ           $360,000
Metro             Debit Card Parking Control for HOV Use                         CMAQ           $226,000
Project Sponsor             Project Title                                          Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Metro                       Overlake FlexPass Demonstration Project                      CMAQ              $268,000
Metro                       Community College Flexpass                                   CMAQ              $225,000
Metro                       VanPool/Carpool Operator Association                         CMAQ              $200,000
Metro                       Centralized Van/Carpool Registration/Incentive               CMAQ              $190,000
Metro                       Regional Ridematch Hotline                                   CMAQ              $64,000
Metro                       Cable TV Information and Promotional Programming             CMAQ              $100,000
Metro                       Bike Lockers at Major Transit Stops                          CMAQ              $160,000
Redmond                     Overlake/Willows Neighborhood Enhancement Project            CMAQ              $150,000
Seattle                     Commute Trip Reduction for Small Businesses                  CMAQ              $103,000
Seattle                     Bike Spot Program                                            CMAQ             $1,200,000
Seattle                     Pedestrian Accessibility Program                             CMAQ             $1,210,000
Seattle                     15th Ave NW Pedestrian Signal Improvements                   CMAQ             $1,324,000
Seattle                     Ship Canal Trail, Phase II                                   CMAQ              $240,000
Seattle                     Burke Gilman Trail Extension (8th to 67th)                   CMAQ             $2,560,000
Seattle                     Employee and Event Transportation Management Program         CMAQ              $261,000
Tukwila                     Green River Valley Signal Coordination                       CMAQ              $392,000
                                                                                    Total King County:    $53,800,000


KITSAP COUNTY
Project Sponsor             Project Title                                          Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bainbridge Island           Ferncliff Avenue Improvements                                 STP              $715,000
Bremerton                   Bremerton Ferry Terminal to Gorst Vicinity                    STP              $675,000
Kitsap Transit              Kingston Park & Ride at George's Corner                       STP              $500,000
Kitsap Transit              Winslow Terminal Interim Enhancements Construction            STP              $300,000
Kitsap Transit              Port Orchard Intermodal Terminal (Phase I)                    STP              $500,000
Kitsap Transit              Bremerton Regional Transportation Plaza                       STP              $400,000
Kitsap Transit              Port Orchard Intermodal Terminal (Phase II)                   STP              $250,000
Kitsap Transit/Bainbridge   Winslow Intermodal Terminal                                   STP             $2,000,000
Port Orchard                Port Orchard Boulevard, Tremont to SR 160                     STP              $260,000
                                                                                   Total Kitsap County:   $5,600,000


PIERCE COUNTY
Project Sponsor             Project Title                                          Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bonney Lake                 Myers Road                                                    STP              $292,500
Buckley                     Mason Ave.                                                    STP              $216,000
Eatonville                  Washington Larson                                             STP              $189,000
Eatonville                  Marshall Ave. S.                                              STP              $467,000
Fife                        Wapato Creek Bridge                                           STP              $343,000
Fife                        Alexander Ave.                                                STP              $246,000
Fife                        Pacific Hwy E                                                 STP              $882,000
Fife                        54th Ave. E                                                   STP              $90,000
Fife                        Pacific Hwy. E                                                STP              $90,000
Fircrest                    Regents Ave. curb                                             STP              $84,000
Fircrest                    Pavement                                                      STP              $22,000
Fircrest                    Electron Way                                                  STP              $140,000
Fircrest                    Alameda                                                       STP              $76,000
Fircrest                    Clairmont St.                                                 STP              $110,000
Fircrest                    44th St. Sidewalk                                             STP              $101,000
Gig Harbor                  Harborview Drive                                              STP              $187,000
Gig Harbor                  North Harborview                                              STP              $776,000
Gig Harbor                  Rosedale St.                                                  STP              $86,100
Milton                      Yuma St. Rehab                                                STP              $161,000
Milton                      Yuma St.                                                      STP              $101,000
Milton                      5th Ave.                                                      STP              $15,000
Project Sponsor   Project Title                                                Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Pierce County     Pavement                                                            STP              $203,000
Pierce County     Puyallup River                                                      STP              $118,000
Pierce County     Day Island Bridge                                                   STP              $205,000
Pierce County     8th St. East                                                        STP              $314,000
Pierce County     Chehalis                                                            STP              $86,000
Pierce County     Chehalis Western                                                    STP              $67,000
Pierce County     Fox Island Bridge                                                   STP              $34,000
Pierce County     Pierce Co.                                                          STP              $80,000
Pierce County     Bridgeport Way                                                      STP              $642,500
Pierce Transit    Replace Two                                                         STP              $467,000
Pierce Transit    Transit Operations                                                  STP              $86,000
Pierce Transit    Tacoma Dome                                                         STP              $216,000
Pierce Transit    Nonmotorized Access                                                 STP              $280,000
Pierce Transit    Pierce Co. and City                                                 STP              $138,000
Pierce Transit    Bicycle Integration                                                 STP              $30,000
Pierce Transit    Traffic Signal                                                      STP              $125,000
Pierce Transit    Transit Supportive                                                  STP              $125,500
Pierce Transit    Transit Stop                                                        STP              $338,000
Steilacoom        Union Avenue Design                                                 STP              $247,000
Sumner            Sumner Trail                                                        STP              $56,000
Tacoma            Sidewalk Construction                                               STP              $500,000
Tacoma            South 47th                                                          STP              $280,000
Tacoma            Alexander                                                           STP              $546,000
Tacoma            Excursion/Freight RR                                                STP              $350,000
Tacoma            Interstate 705                                                      STP             $1,258,000
Tacoma            Mildred St.                                                         STP              $52,000
Tacoma            Neighborhood                                                        STP              $500,000
Tacoma            Central Business                                                    STP              $433,000
Tacoma            Neighborhood                                                        STP              $151,000
Tacoma            Puyallup River Levee                                                STP              $53,000
Tacoma            Taylor Way                                                          STP              $175,000
Tacoma            Ruston Way Bike                                                     STP              $44,000
Tacoma            Bicycle Racks                                                       STP              $52,000
Tacoma            Nonmotorized Transportation                                         STP              $30,000
Tacoma            S. 96th St.                                                         STP              $20,000
Pierce Transit    South Hill Transit Center Construction                             CMAQ             $1,126,000
Pierce Transit    Vanpool Vans                                                       CMAQ              $355,400
Pierce Transit    SE Tacoma Transit Center Final Design and Land Acquisition         CMAQ              $880,000
Pierce Transit    South Hill Transit Center Final Design & Land Acquisition          CMAQ             $1,492,000
Pierce Transit    Federal Way Park and Ride Improvements                             CMAQ              $962,000
Pierce Transit    Tacoma Dome Station - Phase I Construction                         CMAQ             $1,732,800
Pierce Transit    Base Facil. Site Selection & Environmental Review Reports          CMAQ              $173,000
Tacoma            Tacoma Tide Flats Fugitive Dust Program                            CMAQ             $1,402,000
                                                                               Total Pierce County:   $21,099,800


SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor   Project Title                                                Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Edmonds           76th Ave. Rehabilitation                                            STP              $337,000
Everett           Bicycle Racks, Lockers for Everett Transit                          STP              $24,000
Everett           Riverfront Walkway                                                  STP              $400,000
Everett           E. Marine Drive Improvement                                         STP              $401,000
Everett           P/R Lot Boeing Mitigation                                           STP              $337,000
Everett           Paine Field Blvd.                                                   STP             $2,000,000
Everett           Everett Preservation                                                STP              $690,000
Project Sponsor            Project Title                                                            Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Lake Forest Park           Ballinger                                                                       STP               $368,000
Lynnwood                   Regional Transit Pedestrian Bridge                                              STP               $965,000
Lynnwood                   Overlays                                                                        STP               $340,000
Marysville                 State Ave. 88th Interchange, HOV Priority                                       STP               $430,000
Marysville                 State Ave./109 to 136                                                           STP               $163,000
Mountlake Terrace          Design Pedestrian Bridge 220th                                                  STP               $104,000
Mountlake Terrace          Conversion to Bike Lane, Pullout                                                STP               $95,000
Snohomish                  2nd St. Rehabilitation/Ave. D. to Lim.                                          STP               $267,000
Snohomish County           Acquisition/Arlington-Darrington RR Abandonment                                 STP               $400,000
Snohomish County           Road Character Inventory                                                        STP               $183,000
Snohomish County           Ash Way Realignment                                                             STP               $150,000
Snohomish County           GIS                                                                             STP               $245,000
Snohomish County           Pedestrian Walkways                                                             STP              $1,500,000
Snohomish County           35th Ave 116th to 132nd                                                         STP               $586,000
Snohomish County           Overlays                                                                        STP               $680,000
Stanwood                   102nd Ave. Reconstruct                                                          STP               $500,000
Community Transit          Edmonds Community College Transit Center                                       CMAQ               $200,000
Community Transit          Rideshare Van Purchase                                                         CMAQ               $857,000
Edmonds                    Multimodal Transportation Center                                               CMAQ               $178,000
Everett                    Everett Extension of Interurban Trail                                          CMAQ               $80,000
Everett                    Pre-design/Riverfront Walkway                                                  CMAQ               $84,000
Everett                    Innovative Employer Programs                                                   CMAQ               $261,000
Everett                    Increased Rideshare Subsidies for City Employees                               CMAQ               $126,000
Everett Transit            Bus (Service Expansion)                                                        CMAQ               $972,276
Snohomish County           Demonstrations of Innovative Measures by Employers                             CMAQ               $65,000
Snohomish County           Airport Road HOV                                                               CMAQ               $496,000
Snohomish County           Interurban Trail: Maple Road and Bridge                                        CMAQ              $1,284,000
Snohomish County           Centennial Trail Underpass at SR 92                                            CMAQ               $820,000
                                                                                               Total Snohomish County:      $16,588,276


MULTI-COUNTY AGENCIES
Project Sponsor            Project Title                                                            Source of Funds Funds Awarded
PSRC                       Innovative Approaches in Regional Planning, Phase II                            STP               $53,250
PSRC                       Development of Regional Plan                                                    STP               $187,000
PSRC                       Reg. Plan                                                                       STP               $408,000
Washington State Ferries   Sys. Terminals                                                                  STP               $199,150
WSDOT                      SR-104 Corridor Traffic Circulation Improvements (Kingston)                     STP               $820,000
WSDOT                      I-405 Study                                                                     STP               $257,000
WSDOT                      Terminals                                                                       STP               $538,000
WSDOT                      Mountains to Sound                                                              STP               $126,000
WSDOT Olympic              Pierce Co. TSM                                                                  STP               $453,000
WSDOT/Poulsbo              SR-305/Hostmark St. to Liberty Road                                             STP              $1,791,000
Wash. State Ferries        Systemwide Terminals Customer Information Systems                               STP               $65,000
WSDOT                      SR 520: 104th Ave NE to 124th Ave NE Interchange                               CMAQ               $111,000
WSDOT                      SR 520: 124th Ave NE Interchange to West Lake Sammamish Parkway                CMAQ              $2,107,000
WSDOT                      Transportation Demand Management Resource Center                               CMAQ               $501,000
                                                                                            Total Multi-County Agencies:    $7,616,400



                                                                                         TOTAL STP/CMAQ AWARDED:           $104,704,476
                                           1992 PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS
                                                 (no Regional competition)

KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor Project Title                                                Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Algona            Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Auburn            Traffic/Transportation Study                                    STP           $89,000
Auburn            Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Auburn            Traffic control interconnect                                    STP           $302,750
Bellevue          NE 24th St.                                                     STP           $272,475
Bellevue          Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Bellevue          1993 STP Resurfacing program                                    STP           $237,350
Bellevue          CBD Sidewalk program                                            STP           $500,000
Bothell           100th Ave NE/Waynita Way                                        STP           $33,612
Bothell           Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Bothell           228th St. SE                                                    STP           $200,000
Carnation         Tolt River Rd. Landscaping                                      STP           $12,651
Carnation         Spillman Ave. Walkway                                           STP           $14,400
Des Moines        Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Des Moines        S. 240th St.                                                    STP           $47,000
Des Moines        Marine View Dr.                                                 STP           $23,500
Federal Way       Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Federal Way       S. 320th St.                                                    STP           $188,000
Federal Way       23rd Ave. S.                                                    STP           $575,000
Issaquah          Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Issaquah          E. Sunset Way                                                   STP           $51,708
Kent              Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Kent              76th Ave. S.                                                    STP           $72,850
Kent              VMS System                                                      STP           $206,000
King County       King Consortium                                                 STP           $24,000
King County       Issaquah Hobart Rd. Stage 2 Donlan to Cedar Grove Rd.           STP           $200,554
King County       Arterial resurfacing 1993                                       STP           $473,800
King County       Avondale Rd.                                                    STP          $4,747,068
King County       Issaquah Park & Ride Transit Hub                                STP           $100,000
Kirkland          Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Kirkland          NE 60th St                                                      STP           $228,048
Mercer Island     Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Mercer Island     SE 24th St                                                      STP           $211,600
Port of Seattle   Roadway Improvement Under Alaskan Way Viaduct                   STP           $538,610
Redmond           Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Redmond           Old Redmond Rd                                                  STP           $86,950
Redmond           Redmond Way at 160th Ave NE                                     STP           $346,000
Redmond           E. Lk Sammamish Pkway (at NE 65th St.)                          STP           $70,723
Renton            Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
Renton            SR 900 HOV and NB Houser Interchange                            STP           $130,000
Renton            Airport Way/Rainier Ave. S.                                     STP           $129,250
Renton            Talbot Rd. South                                                STP           $326,000
SeaTac            Parking Policy Review                                           STP           $20,000
SeaTac            Military Road                                                   STP           $105,509
SeaTac            Military Rd. S.                                                 STP           $74,024
SeaTac            S. 154th St.                                                    STP           $320,000
Seattle           Fairview Ave. N. Signals                                        STP           $99,000
Seattle           Seattle Ridesharing 1993                                        STP           $160,000
Seattle           Arterial Concrete Street Rehabilitation                         STP           $753,000
Seattle           Arterial Resurfacing Program                                    STP           $965,000
Seattle           Arterial Maintenance Citywide 1993                              STP           $898,109
Project Sponsor Project Title                                                          Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Seattle          Rainier Ave. HOV/Signal Improvements                                         STP            $2,600,000
Seattle          Intermodal Transportation Terminal                                           STP             $400,000
Tukwila          Parking Policy Review                                                        STP             $20,000
Tukwila          S. 180th St.                                                                 STP             $157,200
Tukwila          Valley signals coordination                                                  STP             $100,000
Tukwila          Southcenter Blvd.                                                            STP             $575,000
Tukwila          Strander Blvd.                                                               STP             $43,474
WSDOT            I-5 Park and Ride Lot at SR 18 Vicinity                                      STP            $1,554,111
WSDOT            I-405 Transit/Carpool Lanes                                                  STP            $1,410,000
WSDOT            I-5 172nd St. Interchange                                                    STP             $304,000
Bellevue         City Vehicle Fuel Conversion                                                CMAQ             $561,217
Bellevue         Crossroads TDM Education Campaign                                           CMAQ             $53,600
Metro            Bicycle/Transit Travel Improvements                                         CMAQ             $950,000
Metro            Purchase of 30 alternative fuel buses                                       CMAQ            $6,747,078
Metro            1993 Commute Trip Reduction Service Implementation                          CMAQ            $1,000,000
Metro            Transit Signal Priority Demonstration                                       CMAQ             $900,000
Metro            Regional Ridematch System                                                   CMAQ             $500,000
Renton           Citywide Arterial Development                                               CMAQ             $86,500
Renton           SR-167: SW 27th St.                                                         CMAQ             $344,000
Renton           Lake Washington Blve. Bike and Pedestrian                                   CMAQ             $116,800
SeaTac           Personal Rapid Transit Phase 1 D1                                           CMAQ             $600,000
Seattle          Bike Spots Citywide                                                         CMAQ             $656,000
Seattle          Commuter Services Program                                                   CMAQ             $160,000
Seattle          Consolidated Neighborhood Program: Walkways                                 CMAQ            $1,258,000
Seattle          Dust Control Street Paving                                                  CMAQ             $336,000
Seattle          Fuel Conversion                                                             CMAQ             $382,000
Seattle          Burke-Gilman Trail Extension                                                CMAQ             $100,000
WSDOT            Bothell Park and Ride Lot #2                                                CMAQ            $1,000,000
                                                                                       Total King County:    $36,988,521


KITSAP
Project Sponsor Project Title                                                          Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Bremerton        Kitsap Way - Phase 3                                                         STP             $124,944
Bremerton        Kitsap Way                                                                   STP             $456,000
Kitsap County    Bethel Ave SE/Bethel Rd. SE                                                  STP             $194,000
Kitsap County    Bethel Ave. SE                                                               STP             $189,135
Kitsap County    SW Lake Flora Rd.                                                            STP             $233,038
Kitsap Transit   On Board Data and Communication Units                                        STP             $40,000
Kitsap Transit   Ferry dock improvements in Port Orchard: Horluck passenger ferries           STP             $30,000
Kitsap Transit   Kingston Park and Ride                                                       STP             $225,000
Kitsap Transit   Southworth Park & Ride                                                       STP             $215,000
Kitsap Transit   Bainbridge Intermodal Terminal                                               STP             $47,665
Poulsbo          New Signal at Intersection of Lindvig, Bond and Front Streets                STP             $125,961
                                                                                      Total Kitsap County:   $1,880,743


PIERCE
Project Sponsor Project Title                                                          Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Eatonville       Center St. E.                                                                STP             $493,050
Fircrest         Electron Way                                                                 STP             $28,000
Milton           Alder St.                                                                    STP              $2,350
Pierce County    84th St. S (S Tacoma Way to Tacoma Mall Blvd.)                               STP             $275,000
Pierce County    Waller Rd. E                                                                 STP            $2,426,498
Pierce County    Pavement management system countywide                                        STP             $222,010
Pierce County    Hall Rd./S. Vaughn Rd. Kpn/Wright-Bliss/Olsen Intersection                   STP             $307,075
Pierce County    Canyon Rd. E                                                                 STP             $266,600
Project Sponsor Project Title                                                              Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Pierce County       Olympic Dr. at Point Fosdick Rd.                                              STP             $1,300,000
Pierce County       Canyon Rd.                                                                    STP             $256,000
Pierce County       90th St. NW                                                                   STP             $375,905
Puyallup            E. Pioneer Ave (17th St. E to Shaw Rd.)                                       STP              $73,200
Ruston              Pearl St Sidewalk Improvements                                                STP              $2,422
Tacoma              Marine View Dr. (E 11th to Taylor Way)                                        STP             $548,101
Tacoma              SR 509 E-W Corridor                                                           STP             $2,175,000
Tacoma              Citywide Pavement Management System                                           STP             $222,008
Tacoma              S. 96th St.                                                                   STP             $200,000
Fircrest            Citywide Curb/gutter/sidewalk and bus turnouts                               CMAQ             $160,000
Pierce County       Carless Commute Program for 1993                                             CMAQ              $50,000
Pierce County       Transportation GIS                                                           CMAQ             $259,500
Pierce Transit      CNG Refueling System Regional Express Bus Fleet                              CMAQ             $120,000
Pierce Transit      Tacoma Dome Park and Ride Lot land acquisition and final design              CMAQ             $1,904,818
Tacoma              1992-1993 Traffic Signal Update                                              CMAQ             $397,053
Tacoma              Central Business District Closed Loop                                        CMAQ             $432,500
Tacoma              S 38th St from Tacoma Ave. to M St.                                          CMAQ             $129,750
Tacoma              SR-509 E-W Corridor                                                          CMAQ             $2,025,000
                                                                                          Total Pierce County:   $14,651,840


SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor Project Title                                                              Source of Funds Funds Awarded
Edmonds             Main St. (9th to 84th)                                                        STP              $6,000
Everett             Everett Ave Signals (various locations)                                       STP             $199,738
Everett             SR 526 - I-5 Interchange                                                      STP             $1,200,000
Everett             Paine Field Blvd.                                                             STP             $1,027,000
Everett             SR 526 Evergreen Way to 52nd St.                                              STP             $464,000
Everett             4th Ave. W                                                                    STP              $50,000
Everett             SR 526 E. Marine View Dr. Alverson Bridge                                     STP              $50,000
Granite Falls       North Granite Ave.                                                            STP              $18,000
Lynnwood            I-5 196th Interchange 28th Ave. W Overpass Stage 1                            STP             $670,000
Lynnwood            SR 99 King Co./Snohomish Line to 148th St. SW                                 STP             $228,000
Mukilteo            Transportation Plan                                                           STP              $19,000
Snohomish           2nd St. Rehabilitation (SR 9 to East City Limit)                              STP              $17,000
Snohomish County 164th St SW/Cascadian Way Realign                                                STP              $22,000
Snohomish County 164th St SW/Eastshore Drive Realign                                              STP              $34,100
Snohomish County Smokey Pt. Blvd.                                                                 STP             $288,000
Snohomish County Countywide Structural Overlays                                                   STP             $1,000,000
Snohomish County 35th Ave SE                                                                      STP             $190,000
Snohomish County 228th St SE I-405 to 39th                                                        STP              $80,000
Snohomish County 228th St SE Locust to 9th                                                        STP              $60,000
Community Transit   Arterial HOV Improvements                                                    CMAQ             $320,000
Community Transit   Signal Priority Demonstration Project                                        CMAQ             $200,000
Everett             SR-526: Evergreen Way to 128th and I-5                                       CMAQ             $400,000
Everett             Neighborhood Mitigation Projects                                             CMAQ             $337,297
Lynnwood            Citywide Sidewalks                                                           CMAQ             $153,000
Snohomish County Interurban Trail                                                                CMAQ             $800,000
Snohomish County Centennial Trail                                                                CMAQ             $180,000
Snohomish County Countywide Miscellaneous Walkway/Bikeways                                       CMAQ             $920,000
Snohomish County Airport Rd.                                                                     CMAQ             $25,000
                                                                                      Total Snohomish County:     $8,958,135



                                                                               TOTAL STP/CMAQ AWARDED:           $62,479,239
                               STP/N FUNDS DISTRIBUTED SINCE 1992


KING COUNTY
Project Sponsor   Project Title                                                                    Funds Awarded
King County       Urban Seismic Retrofit                                                                $36,696
King County       Avondale Rd (from Redmond City Limits to NE 133rd St)                                $198,284
King County       Orillia Road                                                                          $55,120
King County       East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast                                                 $98,119
King County       16th Avenue South Bridge Replacement-EIS                                             $200,214
Bellevue          Bellevue Transit Neighborhood Links Program                                          $256,575
Federal Way       Pacific Highway South HOV lanes Phase 2                                               $22,174
Federal Way       Pacific Highway South HOV Lanes Phase 3                                               $33,352
Kent              Pacific Highway South HOV Lanes - Phase I                                            $193,000
Kirkland          120th Avenue NE Street Overlay Project (NE 118th St to NE 124th St)                   $71,510
Kirkland          120th Ave NE Overlay (Totem Lake Blvd. to NE 128th St.)                               $86,373
Renton            East Valley Road Rehabilitation                                                      $364,040
Renton            Lake Washington Blvd. Bicycle/Pedestrian Facility                                    $102,258
Renton            Street Overlay Program                                                               $305,170
Renton            Strander Boulevard/SW 27th Street Connection                                           $2,398
SeaTac            South 188th Street Rehabilitation Project                                            $421,827
SeaTac            South 170th Street Rehabilitation Project                                             $24,154
SeaTac            South 188th Street Overlay (SR-99 to 42nd Ave S.)                                    $130,270
SeaTac            Military Road South Project                                                           $21,072
Seattle           Beacon Avenue South Phase 5                                                           $53,000
Seattle           Spokane St. Viaduct (West Seattle Bridge to I-5)                                    $1,172,823
Seattle           Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Programs --1994-96                                   $1,684,198
Seattle           Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Programs -- 1997-1998                                $1,241,074
Seattle           Arterial Asphalt and Concrete Programs                                             $4,420,712
Seattle           North Duwamish Intermodal Access Project                                             $695,177
Seattle           35th Avenue SW                                                                       $350,000
Seattle           Burke Gilman Trail Extension                                                          $50,000
Seattle           King Street Station Area Roadway & Pedestrian Access Improvements                    $106,043
Seattle           Terminals 88 - 91 Access Improvements                                                $100,000
Seattle           Interurban Trail                                                                      $45,000
Port of Seattle   E. Marginal Way Grade Separation                                                     $208,173
Shoreline         Aurora Avenue North Multimodal Corridor Project (N. 145th St. to N. 205th St.)        $15,548
Shoreline         Aurora Avenue North Multimodal Corridor Project (N 145th St to N 165th St)           $122,051
Tukwila           Street Overlay Program                                                               $180,093
Tukwila           Andover Park West Overlay and Repair                                                  $33,329
Tukwila           West Valley Highway and Strander Blvd Intersection                                    $64,000
Tukwila           Interurban Avenue HOV Bypass                                                         $148,009
Tukwila           Pacific Highway                                                                      $222,800
                  TOTAL:                                                                             $13,534,636

KITSAP COUNTY
Project Sponsor   Project Title                                                                    Funds Awarded
Kitsap County     Newberry Hill Road                                                                 $1,070,797
Kitsap County     Anderson Hill Rd.                                                                    $89,395
Kitsap County     Hansville Area Collector                                                             $59,191
Kitsap County     Lindvog Road                                                                        $259,020
Kitsap County     Mile Hill Drive Safety/Traffic Operations                                           $579,288
Kitsap County     West Kingston Road                                                                  $493,789
Kitsap County     Bethel Road SE Corridor                                                             $321,305
Port Orchard      Bay Street Pedestrian Path                                                           $37,122
KITSAP COUNTY cont.
Project Sponsor             Project Title                                                                        Funds Awarded
Port Orchard                Tremont Street Traffic Signal, Port Orchard Boulevard                                    $36,188
Port Orchard                Bethel Wye Improvements                                                                 $105,695
Port Orchard                SR-166 (Bay Street) & Frederick Avenue Intersection Improvements                         $21,253
                            TOTAL:                                                                                 $3,073,043

PIERCE COUNTY
Project Sponsor             Project Title                                                                        Funds Awarded
Pierce County               Bridgeport Way Sidewalks                                                                 $41,810
Pierce County               Spanaway Loop Road South                                                                 $23,272
Pierce County               90th St NW                                                                               $36,696
Fife                        Pacific Highway E., Port of Tacoma Road to Milwaukee Way                                  $2,020
Fife                        54th Avenue E./20th St. E. Sidewalk Improvement                                          $10,914
Fife                        Pacific Highway East (Port of Tacoma Road to Alexander Avenue East)                      $19,984
Lakewood                    Bridgeport Way Sidewalks                                                                $221,946
Lakewood                    Bridgeport Way SW Sidewalks Phase 4                                                      $84,982
Tacoma                      Marine View Drive (E. 11th St. to Taylor Way)                                           $121,802
Tacoma                      Hazardous Sidewalk Replacement Program                                                   $19,696
Tacoma                      Portland Ave. and Puyallup Ave. Intersection Rehabilitation                              $56,017
Tacoma                      South 47th Street at South Tacoma Way                                                    $16,934
Tacoma                      Norpoint Way from 29th St. NE to 49th Ave. NE                                           $168,688
                            TOTAL:                                                                                  $824,761

SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Project Sponsor             Project Title                                                                        Funds Awarded
Snohomish County            Airport Road HOV Lanes: SR-526 to SR-99                                                 $241,440
Snohomish County            164th St. SW/Eastshore Drive Realign and Detention Pond                                 $300,154
Snohomish County            164th Street SW / Ash Way Realignment                                                   $104,253
Snohomish County            128th St. SW HOV & 124th St Bicycle Facilities (8th Avenue W to I-5)                    $232,270
Snohomish County            Interurban Trail Overcrossing at 124th St. SE & Interconnecting Bicycle Facilities       $30,087
Everett                     Annual Asphalt Overlay Program 1999-2000                                                 $48,433
Everett                     Everett Preservation Projects                                                            $13,130
Everett                     East Marine View Drive Improvements                                                      $70,946
Everett                     East Marine View Drive (North Broadway to I-5)                                          $160,145
Everett                     Construction of Holly Drive Pedestrian/Bicycle Improvements                              $88,141
Lynnwood                    FY 2000 Overlays                                                                          $4,989
Lynnwood                    SR-99 Road Improvements Project - Phase 3                                                $55,025
Mountlake Terrace           Reconstruction of 56th Avenue West from 236th St SW to 228th St SW                        $4,989
Mountlake Terrace           Interurban Trail                                                                          $2,329
Mountlake Terrace           Modify Citywide Traffic and Pedestrian Signals                                            $5,241
                            TOTAL:                                                                                 $1,361,572

MULTI-COUNTY
Project Sponsor              Project Title                                                                       Funds Awarded
Puget Sound Regional Council Innovative Approaches for Development of Regional Plan, Phase II                       $250,000

                            GRAND TOTAL:                                                                            $19,044,012
APPENDIX 5
             Project Tracking Policies and Procedures




             Puget Sound Regional Council   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds
      PROJECT TRACKING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR
           REGIONALLY MANAGED FEDERAL FUNDS
                                   (Adopted July 24, 2003, by the Executive Board)


Part 1: Definitions
These project tracking polices and procedures apply to all “regionally managed” federal funds1
for which the Puget Sound Regional Council has primary responsibility for project selection.
Regionally managed federal funds include the following categories:

         •   Surface Transportation Program (STP) – urban and rural, STP(U) and STP(R)
         •   Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ)
         •   Federal Transit Administration (FTA) – Section 5307 & Section 5309 (development of
             policies and procedures for these funds are in process)

The current project tracking system monitors the obligation and expenditure of STP and CMAQ
funds, and includes activities such as reprogrammings and obligation date extensions. A
“reprogramming” involves the reallocation of these funds in the current Regional Transportation
Improvement Program (TIP), generally from one project to another. The addition of a new
project phase to the TIP or moving funds between different years of the TIP is not a
reprogramming action. If a project sponsor will not meet the estimated obligation date
established in the TIP for regionally managed federal funds, a request for an “obligation date
extension” may be made.

The following milestones require the automatic review of a project for a possible reprogramming
action or obligation date extension:

         •   If a project has not obligated within one year following the estimated obligation date
             established in the TIP. Funds are considered past due upon expiration of this one-year
             grace period.
         •   If a project has obligated but no billing has occurred within ten months of obligation.

In addition, certain other types of requests will also require review of the project for a possible
reprogramming action:

         •   If a project is completed without using all of the federal funds originally programmed.
         •   If a project receives funding from a different funding source, and can be completed
             without using some or all of the programmed funds.
         •   If a project is found to be ineligible to use the programmed funds, or a sponsor elects not
             to use the programmed funds due to constraints associated with using the federal funds.
         •   If a project is dropped from the Regional TIP and local agency plans and programs.
         •   If a programmed project’s scope is modified (but not so substantially that it effectively
             constitutes a new project).



1
    Regionally-managed federal funds are also known as MPO-managed federal funds.
Part 2: Policy Text
A. When funds become available for reprogramming, the forum in which the funds were
   originally recommended for programming shall have the first opportunity to make a
   reprogramming recommendation. If the funds were originally programmed in one of the four
   countywide forums, and the countywide forum is unable to reach consensus on a
   reprogramming recommendation, the Regional Project Evaluation Committee (RPEC) shall
   formulate a reprogramming recommendation.

B. Reprogramming recommendations shall only reallocate funds among existing projects in the
   current Regional TIP. Reprogramming recommendations shall not include the addition of a
   new project to the TIP. An existing project’s scope may not be modified substantially as part
   of a reprogramming action such that the project, as amended, effectively constitutes a new
   project.

C. Projects receiving reprogrammed funds commit to meeting the established obligation date
   attached to those funds; however, if the funds are already past due an extension of no more
   than nine months from the date of the RPEC action may be granted. The exception to this
   policy will be when funds become available from projects completed using less than the full
   amount of the originally programmed federal funds, as evidenced by the closing of a federal
   grant. In these instances, the funds will be included as part of the next project selection
   competition, and the standard reprogramming policy will not apply.

D. All reprogramming recommendations shall be completed by the Regional Council under the
   established process for modifying the Regional TIP, as identified in the TIP’s adoption
   resolution and the TIP correction and amendment procedures.

E. The intent of the project tracking system is to insure the timely use of all regionally managed
   federal funds. If a project has been programmed in the TIP for more than one year past the
   established obligation date in the TIP, or a project has obligated but no billing has occurred
   within ten months of obligation, the Regional Council will contact the project sponsor. The
   project sponsor will provide a status report to their countywide forum and to RPEC, which
   will determine if a reprogramming action or an obligation date extension is warranted. If a
   reprogramming action is necessary, it will be implemented through the established process
   identified in this document. If an obligation date extension is granted, there are certain
   conditions which must be met, depending on the age of the funds:

     •   Once funds have been programmed in the TIP for five years, requests for additional,
         one-time obligation date extensions may be for no more than nine months from the date
         of the RPEC action. No additional grace period beyond the nine months will be provided.
         If the funds are not obligated within that timeframe, they will be returned to the ‘pot’ for
         reprogramming. The exception to this policy will apply only to those funds which are five
         years old and which become past due in 2003 – for this limited number of projects,
         additional time may be granted on a case-by-case basis.

     •   Funds programmed in the TIP for less than five years may be granted an obligation date
         extension for more than nine months, but within the three-year time span of the current TIP.
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APPENDIX 6
             Past Due STP and CMAQ Funds




             Puget Sound Regional Council   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds
 Puget Sound Regional Council                                                                                                               Past Due STP and CMAQ Funds
             PSRC
                                                                                                                                                                  Per WSDOT's November 2003 Obligation Report*
                                                                                                                                                                                               November 13th, 2003

                                                                                                                                     Projects requesting a reprogramming or obligation
                                                                                                                                     date extension at the December 5th , 2003, RPEC meeting.
STP
                                                                                                                          Funding First year Awarding                        TIP Oblig                 Amount of
County PSRC ID              Agency                      Project Title                                                                                           Phase                    Extension
                                                                                                                          source programmed   forum                            date                     funds
 King SEA-92                Seattle                     Interurban Trail                                                  STP(N)          2001     Cntywd     Construct      6/1/2001       2/1/2003      $45,000
       LW-3                 Lakewood                    Bridgeport Wy Sidewalks                                           STP(N)          2002     Cntywd     Construct      7/1/2002                     $27,570
Pierce                                                  Pacific Highway East (Port of Tacoma Road to
       FIF-12               Fife                                                                                          STP(N)          2002     Cntywd     P/E Design     11/1/2002                     $8,038
                                                        Alexander Avenue East)
                                                                                                                                                                            Past Due STP:                 $80,608


CMAQ
                                                                                                                                        First year Awarding                  TIP Oblig                 Amount of
County PSRC ID              Agency                      Project Title                                                                                           Phase                    Extension
                                                                                                                                      programmed    forum                      date                     funds
          KGCO-80           King County                 Green River Trail, Phase II                                                       2000     Regional    Construct     6/1/2002                    $456,000
                                                        Sammamish River Regional Trail Bike and Pedestrian Bridge                         2001     Regional    Construct     5/1/2002                    $519,000
          RED-22            Redmond
                                                        Improvements                                                                      2001     Cntywd      Construct     5/1/2002                     $35,638
 King
          SEA-92            Seattle                     Interurban Trail                                                                  1997     Regional   P/E Design     9/1/2001       7/1/2003      $55,000
                                                        Shoreline Segment of Reg'l Interurban Trail Ph I Constr:
          SL-3              Shoreline                                                                                                     2000     Regional   Construct      7/1/2001       3/1/2003     $469,173
                                                        145th-155th St & 188th-205th St
                                                                                                                                          2000     Cntywd      ROW           5/15/2001                    $31,142
          LW-5              Lakewood                    Bridgeport Way SW Sidewalks Phase 4
Pierce                                                                                                                                    2001     Cntywd     Construct      5/15/2001                    $83,891
      SUM-6                 Sumner                      Sumner Trail Phase 1B                                                             2000     Regional   Construct       9/1/2001                   $320,000
Snoho EVT-29                Everett                     Interurban Trail Northern Extension, Stage II                                     1999     Cntywd     Construct       3/1/2001                    $37,271
                                                                                                                                                                            Past Due CMAQ:             $2,007,115

Note: "Past Due" funds are STP or CMAQ funds that have not been obligated over one year past their obligation date in the Regional TIP.                          Sponsors
of projects with past due funds receive letters quarterly until the funds have been obligated or RPEC action has been taken.


* This spreadsheet is updated monthly, after the Regional Council receives the obligation status report from WSDOT.
APPENDIX 7
             Status of “Old” Funds




             Puget Sound Regional Council   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds
 Puget Sound Regional Council                                                                                                           Status of "Old" Funds*
            PSRC
                                                                                                                                                   Per WSDOT's October 2003 Obligation Report
                                                                                                                                                                               November 26th, 2003

                                                                                                                 Projects requesting a reprogramming or obligation
                                                                                                                 date extension at the December 5th, 2003, RPEC meeting.
Projects Over One Year Past Due**
                                                                                                        Funding First Year Awarding
PSRC ID            Agency             Project Title                                                                                     Phase          TIP Oblig Date**    Extension   Amount of Funds
                                                                                                        Source Programmed Forum
                                                                                                                                                                          Subtotal:                $0


Projects That Have Received an Obligation Date Extension
                                                                                                        Funding First Year Awarding
PSRC ID            Agency             Project Title                                                                                     Phase          TIP Oblig Date**    Extension   Amount of Funds
                                                                                                        Source Programmed Forum
SEA-92             Seattle            Interurban Trail                                                  CMAQ       1997    Regional   P/E Design          9/1/2001          7/1/2003          $55,000
                                                                                                        CMAQ       1994    Cntywd      Construct          1/1/2002          1/1/2004         $104,000
SEA-25             Seattle            Ship Canal Trail, Phase II
                                                                                                        CMAQ       1998    Regional    Construct          1/1/2002          1/1/2004       $1,000,000
LFP-1              Lake Forest Park   Bothell Way Ped/Bike Improvements                                 CMAQ       1996    Cntywd      Construct         11/1/2001         1/31/2004         $213,355
SEA-26             Seattle            Burke Gilman Trail Extension (8th to 67th)                        CMAQ       1996    Cntywd      Construct          1/1/2002          3/1/2004         $755,175
MI-5               Mercer Island      Pedestrian Safety Improvements on Island Crest Way                CMAQ       1998    Cntywd      Construct          1/1/2002         7/31/2004          $75,000
SNOCO-91A          Everett            Construction of Holly Drive Pedestrian/Bicycle Improvements       CMAQ       1996    Cntywd      Construct          1/1/2002        10/24/2004         $432,433
SEA-92             Seattle            Interurban Trail                                                  CMAQ       1997    Regional    Construct          9/1/2001         11/1/2004         $750,000
                                                                                                        CMAQ       1993    Cntywd      Construct         5/25/2001        11/30/2004         $571,000
                                      Interurban Trail Overcrossing at 124th St. SE & Interconnecting
SNOCO-79           Snohomish County                                                                     CMAQ       1996    Regional    Construct         5/25/2001        11/30/2004          $77,834
                                      Bicycle Facilities
                                                                                                        CMAQ       1996    Cntywd      Construct          1/1/2003        11/30/2004         $499,739
                                                                                                                                                                          Subtotal:       $4,533,536


Projects That Will Become Past Due** as of January 1, 2004 or Later
                                                                                                        Funding First Year Awarding
PSRC ID            Agency             Project Title                                                                                     Phase          TIP Oblig Date**    Extension   Amount of Funds
                                                                                                        Source Programmed Forum
CAR-5              Carnation          Tolt Ave Pedestrian Improvements @ Tolt Middle School             CMAQ       1995    Cntywd      Construct          1/1/2003                             $5,798
NP-2               Normandy Park      1st Ave S Enhancement, Phase II                                   CMAQ       1998    Cntywd     P/E Design          1/1/2003                            $58,500
                                                                                                        CMAQ       1995    Cntywd     P/E Design          1/1/2003                            $73,500
PT-21              Pierce Transit     Nonmotorized Access Improvements - Parkland Trans. Center/SR-7
                                                                                                        CMAQ       1995    Cntywd      Construct          1/1/2003                           $206,500
                                                                                                        CMAQ       1995    Cntywd      Construct          6/1/2003                           $477,000
LYN-10             Lynnwood           Lynnwood Regional Transit Pedestrian Access Bridge
                                                                                                        CMAQ       1996    Cntywd      Construct          6/1/2003                           $438,000
                                                                                                        STP(U)     1997     Cntywd     Construct          10/1/2003                           $500,000
BELL-44            Bellevue           148th Ave SE Roadway Improvement
                                                                                                        STP(U)     1998     Cntywd     Construct          10/1/2003                           $789,781
                                                                                                                      Funding First Year Awarding
PSRC ID             Agency                     Project Title                                                                                          Phase      TIP Oblig Date**    Extension   Amount of Funds
                                                                                                                      Source Programmed Forum
BOTH-16             Bothell                    Maltby Road and 15th Avenue SE Roadway Rehabilitation                  STP(U)    1996     Cntywd      Construct      1/1/2004                            $85,210
                                                                                                                      STP(U)    1992     Cntywd     P/E-Design      1/1/2004                            $40,054
BRE-1               Bremerton                  SR-304 Transportation Improvement Project
                                                                                                                      STP(U)    1992     Cntywd      Construct      1/1/2004                            $96,000
BUR-4               Burien                     Sylvester Rd. Multimodal/4th Ave SW Roadway Reconstr'n, Phase 1        STP(U)    1998     Cntywd     P/E-Design      1/1/2004                            $85,000
TUK-41              Tukwila                    Tukwila International Boulevard Redevelopment Project                  STP(U)    1998     Regional    Construct      1/1/2004                           $637,500
KEN-16              Kent                       Pacific Highway South High Occupancy Lanes                             STP(U)    1998     Regional    Construct      1/1/2004                           $850,100
KEN-18              Kent                       South 212th St. - Green River Bridge to West Valley Highway            STP(U)    1997     Cntywd      Construct      1/1/2004                            $82,902
                    King County DOT -
KGCO-29                                        East Lake Sammamish Parkway SE                                         STP(U)    1997     Cntywd     Construct       1/1/2004                            $60,320
                    Roads
                                                                                                                      STP(U)    1997     Cntywd       ROW           1/1/2004                           $528,000
KTCO-4              Kitsap County              Bucklin Hill Road: Blaine Avenue NW to Tracyton Boulevard
                                                                                                                      STP(U)    1997     Cntywd      Construct      1/1/2004                            $35,495
PCO-27A             Fife                       Puyallup River Trail: 54th Avenue to 66th Avenue East (Fife Portion)   STP(U)    1996     Cntywd       ROW           1/1/2004                            $94,872
PS-6                Port of Seattle            E. Marginal Way Overpass Ramps                                         STP(U)    1998     Regional    Construct      1/1/2004                         $1,090,550
TAC-6A              Tacoma                     Lincoln Ave (Portland Ave to Marc Ave)                                 STP(U)    1998     Cntywd      Construct      1/1/2004                           $403,090
TAC-9               Tacoma                     Tacoma Tide Flats Fugitive Dust Program                                STP(U)    1994     Cntywd      Construct      1/1/2004                            $86,362
TUK-12              Tukwila                    Green River Valley Signal Coordination                                 STP(U)    1993     Cntywd      Construct      1/1/2004                           $100,000
WNV-7               Woodinville                SR-202/NE 127th Pl. Intersection Improvements                          STP(U)    1996     Cntywd       ROW           1/1/2004                           $213,500
WNV-8               Woodinville                Selected segments of NE 175th Street/140th Avenue NE Repairs           STP(U)    1997     Cntywd      Construct      1/1/2004                           $152,065
WD1-212             WSDOT                      Multi-Agency Pacific Highway South Redevelopment Project               STP(U)    1998     Regional   P/E-Design      1/1/2004                            $26,710
                                                                                                                                                                                    Subtotal:       $7,216,809
* Funds are considered "old" if they have been programmed in the TIP for five or more years.
** Funds have one year grace period after the estimated obligation date before they are considered 'past due.'                                                                      Total:         $11,750,345
APPENDIX 8
             Completed Projects




             Puget Sound Regional Council   Project Tracking — PSRC Funds
        PROJECTS COMPLETED WITH STP/CMAQ FUNDS SINCE 1992 *
                                     as of October 2003

                                                                                    Amount of STP/CMAQ
         Agency                                     Title                             Funds Expended
1        Arlington           SR 531/67th Ave NE Intersection Improvements ^                $0
2         Auburn                         Traffic Control Interconnect                    $68,170
3         Auburn                      S. 277th St. Reconstruction Ph. 1                  $917,747
4         Auburn              City Street Preservation (West Valley to A St. NE)         $433,882
5         Auburn                 Commercial Sidewalk Improvement Project                 $105,098
6         Auburn                                  A St SW                                $114,097
7         Auburn                         Main Street Improvements                        $720,000
8         Auburn                          Bike Plan - Construction                       $78,000
9         Auburn                         Traffic/Transportation Study                    $88,684
10        Auburn                           Parking Policy Review                         $20,000
11   Bainbridge Island                Ferncliff Avenue Reconstruction                   $1,300,000
12       Bellevue                     CBD Sidewalk Program Stage 1                       $168,141
13       Bellevue                     CBD Sidewalk Program Stage 2                       $248,147
14       Bellevue                     CBD Sidewalk Program Stage 3                       $207,639
15       Bellevue                  Crossroads TDM Education Campaign                     $53,600
                             I-90 Pedestrian/bike path (Eastgate Way to W lake
16       Bellevue                            Sammamish Pkwy)                             $335,000
                         1993 STP Resurfacing Program (Lake Hills Connector/116th
17       Bellevue                  Ave NE from SE 8th St. to NE 8th St.)                 $237,350
18       Bellevue                       Enatai-to-Mercer Slough Trail                    $626,800
19       Bellevue                  116th Ave NE Nonmotorized Facilities                 $1,397,506
20       Bellevue              West Lake Sammamish Parkway Design Study                  $99,546
21       Bellevue                  118th Ave SE Nonmotorized Facilities                 $1,656,000
22       Bellevue                    148th Ave SE (SE 24th to SE 28th)                   $316,470
23       Bellevue           Bel-Red Rd. Overlay (124th Ave NE to 156th Ave NE)           $712,104
24       Bellevue                     Transit/Neighborhood Link Study                    $108,830
25       Bellevue                               One Less Car                             $154,576
26       Bellevue                                NE 24th St                              $975,204
27     Bonney Lake                  Myers Road Reconstruction Phase 1                    $295,967
28        Bothell                               228th St SE                              $950,000
29        Bothell                     Meridian Avenue West Sidewalk                      $65,000
30        Bothell                         Annual Overlay Program                         $341,293
31        Bothell                        100th Ave NE/Waynita Way                        $277,823
32      Bremerton               Kitsap Way (Weslon Pl. to Auto Center Way)               $455,999
33      Bremerton               Kitsap Way - Phase 3 (11th St. to Marine Dr)             $572,044
                          230th SW/34th W Improvements (35th Ave W to 228th St
34         Brier                                   SW)                                   $31,700
35       Buckley                       Mason Avenue Improvements                         $222,725
36       Carnation                         Spillman Ave. Walkway                         $13,736
37       Carnation                         Tolt Ave. Traffic Bulbs                       $60,599

38       Carnation       Tolt Ave. Pedestrian Improvements & Storm Water Control         $35,590
39       Carnation                       Entwistle Street Sidewalks                      $36,202
40   Community Transit            The Commuter Connection at Ash Way ^                     $0
41      Des Moines                      S. 240th St. (at 16th Ave. S.)                   $148,370
42       Eatonville                             Center St. E                             $492,531
43       Eatonville               South Eatonville/SR-161 Reconstruction                 $659,863




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                                                                                   Amount of STP/CMAQ
        Agency                                    Title                              Funds Expended
44     Edmonds                   100th Ave. W Pavement Rehabilitation                   $62,828
45     Edmonds                     9th Ave N Pavement Rehabilitation                    $47,119
46     Edmonds                   Main Street (9th Ave. to 84th Ave. S.)                 $131,174
47      Everett                         SR 526: I-5 Interchange                        $1,200,000
48      Everett                            Paine Field Blvd.                           $1,253,010
49      Everett                   Evergreen Way (SR 526 to 52nd St.)                    $458,529
50      Everett            SR-526: Evergreen Way to 128th and I-5 (design)              $242,718
51      Everett                         Neighborhood Mitigation                         $259,260
52      Everett                   Everett Extension of Interurban Trail                 $78,405
53      Everett                   Northern Extension Interurban Trail                   $336,686
54      Everett           Evergreen Way/SR -529 Overcrossing Improvements              $1,100,000
55      Everett                      EB SR 526 to SB I-5 HOV Ln                         $339,821
56      Everett                      EB SR 526 to SB I-5 HOV Ln ^                         $0
57      Everett                      Innovative Employer Programs                       $249,685
58      Everett                      Everett Preservation Projects                     $1,315,078
59      Everett                            Paine Field Blvd.                           $2,390,817
60      Everett               Everett Annual Overlay Program 2001-2002                  $134,639
                        East Marine View Drive Improvements; SR 529: E. Marine
61      Everett                       View Dr. to Alverson Bridge                       $516,766
62      Everett                         Everett Avenue Signals                          $199,729
63   Everett Transit                  South Everett Transit Center                      $216,000
64   Federal Way                            23rd Ave South                              $752,000
65   Federal Way                           BPA Trail Phase 3                            $635,884
66   Federal Way           S. 320th Street at SR 99 Intersection Improvements           $490,000
67   Federal Way                        S. 320th St. (at SR-99)                         $188,294
68        Fife                           Wapato Creek Bridge                            $349,239
69        Fife            Alexander Avenue/Pacific Highway East Intersection            $202,378
70        Fife            Pacific Highway East, Willows Road to Wapato Creek            $476,684
71        Fife            Pacific Hwy E., Pt. of Tacoma Rd to Milwaukee Way             $882,023

72        Fife           54th Avenue East, 20th Street East to Valley Avenue ^            $0
73        Fife             54th Avenue E./20th St. E. Sidewalk Improvement              $10,914
74      Fircrest                             Electron Way                               $224,961
75      Fircrest           Citywide Curb, Gutter, Sidewalk and Bus Turnouts             $147,984
76      Fircrest                      Pavement Management GIS                           $21,984
77      Fircrest               Fircrest 2000 Pedestrian Access Program                  $613,651
78    Gig Harbor                 North Harborview Drive Improvements                    $823,300
79    Gig Harbor                    Rosedale Street Improvements                        $569,000
80    Gig Harbor                   Harborview Drive Overlay Project                     $139,598
81   Granite Falls                        North Granite Ave.                            $18,600
82   Granite Falls              City of Granite Falls SEIS Bypass Study                 $24,821
83     Issaquah                    E Sunset Wy (2nd Ave Se to I-90)                     $48,880

84     Issaquah        NW Juniper Street Nonmotorized and Transit Access Project        $117,332
85     Issaquah                          Parking Policy Review                          $20,000
86        Kent                           VMS System Upgrade                             $226,450
87        Kent                   76th Ave S. (S 220th St to S 228th St)                 $72,851
88        Kent                South 212th Street Pavement Reconstruction                $186,628
89        Kent           Citywide Pedestrian and Bicycle Facility Improvements          $86,000
90        Kent                  James Street Pavement Reconstruction                    $77,000




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                                                                                    Amount of STP/CMAQ
          Agency                                    Title                             Funds Expended
91          Kent               East Valley Highway Pavement Reconstruction               $664,320
92      King County             Avondale Rd (Redmond C/L to NE 133th St)                $6,610,061
93      King County                      Arterial Resurfacing - 1993                     $889,826
94      King County                  Issaquah Park & Ride Transit Hub                    $100,000
95      King County                        Rural Seismic Retrofit                        $111,910
96      King County                       Urban Seismic Retrofits                       $1,315,074
97      King County                           Brissack Bridge                            $579,195
98      King County                     Juanita Woodinville Way NE                      $2,233,879
99      King County                     Northeast 124th Street Phase II                 $2,206,149
                          Intersection Improvement 116th Way NE/NE 132nd Street,
100     King County                         Kingsgate Park & Ride                        $464,995
101     King County               Iron Goat Trail Bridge: SR 2 at Tye River              $61,696
102     King County                      Salt Water Bridge Redeck                        $166,335
103     King County                        Stossel Bridge #1023A                         $248,203
104     King County                          Southwest 98th St.                          $176,446
105     King County              Auburn Black Diamond Road, CIP 401896                   $900,089
106     King County                     East Lake Sammamish Trail                       $1,700,000
107     King County         Highway 99 N./Evergreen Wy Transit Priority Project         $1,361,334
108     King County              East County Transfer Point Improvements                 $500,000
109       Kirkland              NE 60th St (116th Ave NE to 132nd Ave NE)                $169,088
110       Kirkland                 NE 68th Street (I-405 to Lakeview Dr.)                $513,551
111       Kirkland               Monitor and Support of Kirkland CTR Sites               $17,758
112       Kirkland          116th Ave NE (NE 124th St to vicinity of NE 130th St)        $761,167
113     Kitsap County                       SW Lake Flora Road                           $233,038
114     Kitsap County                       Newberry Hill Road                          $1,575,797
115     Kitsap County                       Anderson Hill Road                           $89,394
116     Kitsap County                     Hansville Area Collector                       $59,191
117     Kitsap County                 Bethel Ave SE/Bethel Rd SE                         $268,582
                            SR-104: Corridor Traffic Circulation Improvements (in
118     Kitsap County                            Kingston)                               $763,762
119     Kitsap County                       West Kingston Road                           $705,957
120     Kitsap Transit                   Southworth Park and Ride                        $215,000
121     Kitsap Transit            Kingston Park & Ride at Georges Corner                 $776,432
122     Kitsap Transit                 Poulsbo/SR 305 Transit Center                     $25,248

123     Kitsap Transit     Passenger-Only Covered Walkway Completion (Brem.)             $292,000
124   Lake Forest Park      Lake Forest Park Nonmotorized Transportation Plan            $23,129
125      Lynnwood                   I-5: 196th Interchange Improvements                 $2,794,000
126      Lynnwood                           City Sidewalk 188th                          $169,959
127      Lynnwood                Rehabilitative Overlays Prescribed by PMS               $340,064
128      Lynnwood                             Overlay Program                            $167,983
129      Marysville          State Ave/88th St NE HOV Signal Priority Intersect          $211,110
130      Marysville                     SR-528: 67th Ave to SR-99                        $309,793
131     Mercer Island            SE 24th St (76th Ave SE to W Mercer Wy)                 $134,017
132     Mercer Island       Central Business District Transportation Improvement        $1,053,385
133     Mercer Island       SE 72nd Street to 84th Ave SE Street Improvements            $303,646
134      Mill Creek                               Overlays                               $186,000
135        Milton                        Yuma Street Rehabilitation                      $161,151
136        Milton                       5th Avenue Overlay Project                        $3,459
                          Reconstruction of 66th Avenue West from 220th St SW to
137   Mountlake Terrace                          City Limits                             $75,000



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                                                                                          Amount of STP/CMAQ
           Agency                                    Title                                  Funds Expended
                           Reconstruction of 56th Avenue West from 236th St SW to
138   Mountlake Terrace                          228th St SW                                   $49,989
139   Mountlake Terrace            Pedestrian Bridge Across 220th Street SW                    $103,635
140   Mountlake Terrace       Travel Lane Convers. To Cycle Lane & Bus Pull Out                $94,854
141   Mountlake Terrace                         Interurban Trail ^                               $0
142   Mountlake Terrace                220th Street SW and 39th Ave W                          $76,000

143   Mountlake Terrace     Pedestrian Bridge or Underpass Across 220th Street SW              $464,387
144        Mukilteo            Multimodal Element for City's Transportation Plan               $19,000
145     Pierce County                 Carless Commute Program for 1993                         $49,500
146     Pierce County                             90th St. NW                                  $844,778

147     Pierce County      Hall Rd/S. Vaughn Rd Kpn/Wright-Bliss/Olsen Intersection            $227,370
148     Pierce County                  Olympic Drive at Point Fosdick Rd.                     $1,545,347
149     Pierce County                Waller Rd E (112th St E to 72nd St E)                    $3,415,667
150     Pierce County             Pavement Management System Countywide                        $222,010
151     Pierce County                          Transportation GIS                              $384,568
152     Pierce County                Alder Cutoff Rd East Bridge #23164-B                      $69,573
153     Pierce County                  8th Avenue South Bridge #8183-A                         $39,000
154     Pierce County                Milwaukee Ave East Bridge #27204-A                        $136,964
155     Pierce County                            8th Street East                               $314,043
156     Pierce County                   Pavement Management System                             $203,000
157     Pierce County                      Bridgeport Way Sidewalks                            $352,883
158     Pierce County                   Peacock Hill Avenue Northwest                          $490,455
159     Pierce County                     Spanaway Loop Road South                             $543,364
160     Pierce County          Pierce County Nonmotorized Transportation Plan                  $80,000
161     Pierce County          PCCO & City of Tacoma Transit Model Refinement                  $130,327

162     Pierce County       Puyallup River Levee Trail: Tacoma Construction Phase              $53,000
163     Port of Seattle       Roadway Improvement Under Alaskan Way Viaduct                    $384,154
164     Port of Seattle          Terminal 5 Grade Separated Access Roadway                    $2,574,445
165     Port Orchard                           Port Orchard Blvd.                              $233,206
166     Port Orchard         Tremont Street Traffic Signal, Port Orchard Boulevard             $152,389
167     Port Orchard                       Bethel Way Improvements                             $105,695

168        Poulsbo        New Signal at Intersection of Lindvig, Bond and Front Streets        $109,520
169        Poulsbo                       Viking Avenue Improvements                            $600,144
170       Puyallup                 East Pioneer Ave (17th St E to Shaw Rd)                     $586,397
171       Puyallup                     Puyallup Downtown Revitalization                        $752,915
172       Redmond                    Redmond Way at 160th Ave NE                               $346,000
                           Old Redmond Road Resurfacing (132nd to 140th Avenues
173       Redmond                                 NE)                                          $114,000
174       Redmond                   E. Lk. Sammamish Pkwy (at NE 65th St)                      $82,684
175       Redmond            Overlake/Willows Neighborhood Enhancement Project                 $149,999
176       Redmond                         NE 24th Street Resurfacing                           $136,684
177       Redmond                       NE 104th Street Resurfacing                            $144,000
                          Avondale Road Preservation Improvements, Union Hill Road
178       Redmond                             to NE 104th St.                                  $442,059
179       Redmond                          156th Avenue Resurfacing                            $208,001
180       Redmond                         NE 85th Street Resurfacing                           $70,608
181       Redmond                        NE 116th Street Rehabilitation                        $161,159




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                                                                                         Amount of STP/CMAQ
          Agency                                     Title                                 Funds Expended
182      Redmond                            Parking Policy Review                             $20,000
183        Renton              Strander Boulevard/SW 27th Street Connection                   $294,431
184        Renton                          Lake WA Blvd. Bike/Ped                             $861,372

185        Renton           Airport Way/Rainier Ave S (Logan Ave S to S 229th Pl)             $129,250
186        Renton             Talbot Rd. South (S. 43rd St to South City Limits)              $325,808
187        Renton                  SW 16th St - Oaksdale to Lind Stage 1                      $507,581
188        Renton                      East Valley Road Rehabilitation                        $693,613
189        Renton                   I-405/NE 44th Multimodal Interchange                      $336,429
190        Renton             Lake Washington Blvd. Bicycle/Pedestrian Facility               $101,816
191        Renton                Intracity Intermodal Transportation Program                  $76,496
192        Renton                          Street Overlay Program                             $391,138
193       SeaTac                                 S. 154th St.                                 $318,031
194       SeaTac                  Military Road S (S 128th St to S 229th Pl)                  $74,024
195       SeaTac                     Personal Rapid Transit Phase 1 D1                        $600,000
196       SeaTac                            Parking Policy Review                             $20,000
197       SeaTac                          International Blvd. Phase II                        $176,215
198       SeaTac                      South 170th Street Rehabilitation                       $473,637
199       SeaTac                      S. 188th St. Rehabilitation Project                     $515,510
200       SeaTac                      South 170th Street Rehabilitation                       $38,527
201       SeaTac                          Military Rd (at S 216th St)                         $105,510
202        Seattle                        Bike Spot Safety Program                            $598,692
203        Seattle                        1994 Rideshare Program                              $159,562
204        Seattle                     Pedestrian Walkways & Ramps                           $1,252,473
205        Seattle                      Burke Gilman Trail Expansion                          $74,665
206        Seattle                        Dust Control Street Paving                          $336,000
207        Seattle                 Rainier Ave. HOV/Signal Improvements                      $2,599,990
208        Seattle             Fairview Ave N Signals (Denny Wy to Mercer St)                 $98,477
                         Seattle Ridesharing--1993: General Ridesharing Activities for
209        Seattle                        Seattle's Cy 1993 Program                           $158,983
210        Seattle              Commute Trip Reduction for Small Businesses                   $261,137
211        Seattle                      Bike Spot Safety Program- 94                         $1,045,694
212        Seattle                     Pedestrian Accessibility Program                      $1,207,487
213        Seattle                     Pedestrian Accessibility Program                       $385,170
214        Seattle                      15th Ave W Pedestrian Signal                         $1,773,985
215        Seattle                       CBD Lighting Reconstruction                          $750,000
216        Seattle                     Pedestrian Accessibility Program                      $3,667,207
217        Seattle                   Neighborhood Transit Demonstration                       $500,000
218        Seattle                        Seattle Center E&E TMP                              $260,567
                           Seattle Multimodal Transportation Terminal -Roadway &
219        Seattle                  Pedestrian Access Imp. Portion Only                       $105,579
220        Seattle                         Beacon Avenue Phase 5                             $1,544,520
221        Seattle             Spokane St. Viaduct (West Seattle Bridge to I-5)              $1,172,793
222        Seattle                         CBD Signal Interconnect                           $1,630,928
223        Seattle                        Lake City Way Multimodal                            $199,640
224        Seattle                      Bike Spot Safety Program                              $348,346
                         Aurora Avenue North Multimodal Corridor Project (N. 145th
225       Shoreline                     Street to N. 205th Street)                            $299,588
226   Snohomish County                 Countywide Structural Overlays                         $657,929
227   Snohomish County                          Interurban Trail                              $228,696
228   Snohomish County                         Centennial Trail                              $1,000,032



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                                                                                          Amount of STP/CMAQ
          Agency                                     Title                                  Funds Expended
229   Snohomish County                  Pedestrian Walkway Program                             $886,333
230   Snohomish County            35th Ave SE (116th St SE to 132nd St SE)                     $776,000
231   Snohomish County             228th St SE: Locust Way to 9th Ave SE                       $582,460
232   Snohomish County       Arlington-Darrington Rail Line Abandon/Acquisition                $400,000
233   Snohomish County              164th St SW/Cascadian Way Realign                          $22,000
234   Snohomish County          Smokey Pt Blvd (152nd St NE to 174th Pl NE)                    $288,000
235   Snohomish County                       Jordan Road Overlay                               $209,098
236   Snohomish County                             D.I.M.E.                                    $59,437
237   Snohomish County                     Airport Road HOV Lanes                             $2,599,319
238   Snohomish County                Coutywide Mapping Program (GIS)                          $244,359
239   Snohomish County                      Pedestrian Walkways                               $1,429,543
240   Snohomish County         Structural Pavement Overlay, Arterial Roadways                  $610,519
241   Snohomish County                 Road Characteristics Inventory                          $183,208
                          164th St. SW/Eastshore Drive Realign and Detention Pond
242   Snohomish County                  (also funded at M2576(002))                            $334,254
243   Snohomish County             164th Street S.W/Ash Way Realignment                        $254,253
244   Snohomish County             164th St SE/SW: Ash Way to Mill Creek                      $1,151,935
245   Snohomish County                             Overlays                                    $891,072
246   Snohomish County                       Marine Drive Overlay                              $299,214
247   Snohomish County                 South Lake Stevens Walkway                              $181,603
                         2nd Street Rehabilitation (SR-9 to East City Limit at Pilchuck
248      Snohomish                                   River                                     $314,000
249      Stanwood                      102nd Ave. NW Reconstruction                            $633,250
250      Stanwood                        88th Avenue Reconstruction                            $125,000
251      Steilacoom                     Union Avenue Reconstruction                           $2,011,525

252        Sultan          Traffic Signal and Sidewalk on SR 2 at Old Owen Road                $348,739
253       Sumner                          Sumner Trail Master Plan                             $55,918
254       Sumner                         1994 Sidewalk Rehabilitation                          $34,228
255       Tacoma                             SR 509 E-W Corridor                              $3,129,894
256       Tacoma                       1992-1993 Traffic Signal Update                         $398,634
257       Tacoma                    Central Business District Closed Loop                      $414,856
258       Tacoma                     S 38th St from Tacoma Ave. to M St.                       $131,217
259       Tacoma                  Citywide Pavement Management System                          $222,008
260       Tacoma                   WSDOT OLB-SR 509 Milwaukee/Taylor                           $216,484
261       Tacoma                          Bicycle Racks for Tacoma                             $52,000
262       Tacoma                Marine View Drive (E. 11th St. to Taylor Way)                 $1,661,933
263       Tacoma                Central Business District - Closed Loop Traffic                $430,001
264       Tacoma              Mildred Street - Midblock Pedestrian Traffic Signal              $52,132
265       Tacoma                       Sidewalk Construction Program                           $500,947
266       Tacoma                                South 96th St.                                 $179,316
267       Tacoma                      Tacoma Dome Park & Ride Signal                           $72,576
268       Tacoma                 South Tyler St. from Center St. to S. 38th St.               $1,160,132
269       Tacoma         6th Avenue from Orchard to Winnifred                                  $175,947
270       Tacoma                 Hazardous Sidewalk Replacement Program                        $614,566
271       Tacoma               Nonmotorized Transportation Plan and Program                    $30,000
272       Tacoma                               South 47th Street                               $281,102
273       Tacoma                             Fugitive Dust Control                            $1,408,400
274       Tacoma            Portland Ave./Puyallup Ave. Intersection Rehabilitation            $290,464
275       Tukwila                              Southcenter Blvd                                $575,000




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                                                                                                     Amount of STP/CMAQ
                    Agency                                       Title                                 Funds Expended
  276               Tukwila                       Strander Blvd (at Southcenter Pkwy)                     $43,474
  277               Tukwila                   CBD Sidewalk Construction and Tree Planting                $1,183,320
  278               Tukwila                Andover Park West (Baker Blvd to S. 168th Street)              $360,275
  279           University Place                       Day Island Bridge #9202-A                          $205,000
  280      Washington State Ferries              Bainbridge Island Multimodal Terminal                    $170,079
  281      Washington State Ferries       Systemwide Terminal Customer Information Systems                $794,216
  282             Woodinville                       NE 195th Street Bikeway Project                       $284,585
  283             Woodinville                           Woodinville Valley Trail                          $201,480
  284              WSDOT                                 SR 164 Corridor Study                            $329,469

  285              WSDOT                I-5: Melrose Avenue East/Lakeview Blvd Trail Connector            $85,333

  286              WSDOT                I-90: Mountain to Sound Greenway Implementation Plan              $177,311
                                       SR-520: 124th Ave NE to West Lake Sammamish Parkway -
  287              WSDOT                                         Trail                                   $2,133,418
                                            SR 520: 124th Ave NE Interchange to West Lake
  288              WSDOT                                 Sammamish Parkway                               $2,823,895
  289              WSDOT                    SR 164: Garfield Street to SR 410 ACP Overlay ^                 $0

  290              WSDOT               SR 522: SR 527 to I-405 Interchange Vicinity - ACP Overlay         $50,000

  291              WSDOT                 FAST Corridor Refinement and Investment Alternatives             $800,000
  292              WSDOT                        I-405 Multimodal Corridor Study Phase 2                   $440,000
  293              WSDOT                 Transportation Demand Management Resource Center                 $516,000
  294              WSDOT                  TDM Resource Center - Expanded and New Initiatives              $800,000
                                       Tacoma-Seattle Freight Corridor Action Package -- WSDOT
  295              WSDOT                                          Portion                                 $200,100
                                       I-5 Park and Ride Lot: at SR 16 Vic. (Federal Way Park and
  296            WSDOT NW                                      Ride Lot #2)                               $887,684
  297            WSDOT NW                 E. Marginal Way Overpass Ramps (PE/Design only)                 $851,675
                                         SR 525: SR 99 to Harbour Pointe Blvd - New SR 99 I/C,
  298            WSDOT NW                                  HOV, Widening                                 $1,000,000


                                                        Total amount of STP/CMAQ Funds:                 $153,330,415

* based on the closure of federal grants under FHWA management
^ these projects were completed without using the STP and/or CMAQ funds originally awarded to them




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