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					                                   MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT
                               Madison Area Transportation Planning Board
                                    A Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)

                                             Madison Water Utility
 August 4, 2010                            119 E Olin Ave., Room A-B                                  7 p.m.

                                                    AGENDA

1.   Roll Call

2.   Approval of July 7, 2010 Meeting Minutes

3.   Communications

4.   Public Comment (for items not on MPO Agenda)

5.   Update on the Milwaukee-Madison Intercity Passenger Rail Service Project and Madison Station
     (Donna Brown, WisDOT)

6.   Consideration of Resolution TPB No. 41 Regarding Amendment #6 to the 2010-2014 Transportation
     Improvement Program (TIP) for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County
     • USH 18/151 (Military Ridge Park & Ride Lot) Expansion

7.   Review of Draft Listing and Ranking of Candidate Projects for STP Urban Funding for 2011-2015

8.   Consideration of Release of Draft 2011-2015 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Madison
     Metropolitan Area & Dane County for Public Review and Comment

9.   Consideration of Resolution TPB No. 42 Approving Amendment to the 2010 Unified Planning Work Program
     and Budget

10. Update on the Dane County Regional Transit Authority (RTA)

11. Continued Discussion of MPO Policy Board Meeting Schedule and Location

12. Status Report by Madison Area TPB Members on Projects Potentially Involving the TPB:
    • USH 51 (USH 12/18 to I 90/94/39) Corridor Study
    • USH 51 (McFarland to Stoughton) Corridor Study

13. Discussion of Future Work Items:
    • Transit Development Plan (TDP) and RTA Service Scenarios
    • 2011-2015 Transportation Improvement Program
            o Scoring and Ranking of FY 2011-2014 SMIP Applications
    • MPO Congestion Management Process
    • Regional Transportation Plan Update
    • Revisions to MPO Operating Rules and Procedures

14. Announcements and Schedule of Future Meetings

15. Adjournment

________________________
Next MPO Meeting:
                                        Wednesday, September 1 at 7 p.m.
                                  Madison Water Utility, 119 E. Olin Ave., Room A-B
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               Madison Area Transportation Planning Board (an MPO)
                           July 7, 2010 Meeting Minutes
 ______________________________________________________________________________

1. Roll Call
     Members present: Eileen Bruskewitz, Joe Chase, Mark Clear, Duane Hinz, Steve King, Jerry Mandli
     (arrived at item #6), Al Matano, Mark Opitz, Steve Ritt, Chris Schmidt, John Vesperman (arrived at
     item #6 and left after item #11)
     Members absent: Brett Hulsey, Chuck Kamp, Paul Skidmore
     Staff present: Bill Schaefer, Bob Pike
2. Approval of June 2, 2010 Meeting Minutes
     Moved by Opitz, seconded by Clear, to approve the June meeting minutes. Motion carried with King
     abstaining.
3. Communications
     Schaefer said the following communications was in the packet:
     •   Letter from WisDOT Secretary Busalacchi approving Amendment #4 to the 2010-2014
         Transportation Improvement Program.
4. Public Comment (for items not on MPO Agenda)
     None
5.   Election of Officers
     [Note: This item was initially deferred and taken up after item #11.]
     As current Chair, Matano asked Opitz to take over for the election of Chair. Opitz asked for
     nominations. King nominated Matano for re-election as Chair. There were no other nominations and
     thus Matano was elected Chair. Matano resumed duties as Chair, and asked for nominations for Vice-
     Chair. Schmidt nominated King. Bruskewitz asked if there were any requirements regarding who can be
     officers, and Schaefer said no. Opitz asked King where his aldermanic district was located, and King
     said the far southwest side at the border of Verona and Fitchburg. Matano nominated Chase. There were
     no other nominations. Opitz commented that he asked King about the location of his district because he
     was interested in geographic diversity. Schaefer noted that the re-designation agreement recommends
     that the appointing authorities consider geographic diversity in making their appointments. It was
     decided to conduct the vote by ballot. Chase was elected Vice-Chair.

6. Consideration of Recommendation Regarding the MPO’s Representative to the City of Madison’s
   Long-Range Transportation Planning Committee
     Royce Williams, 2437 Fox Ave., Madison, registered to speak. He said at the last City of Madison Long
     Range Transportation Planning Committee (LRTPC) meeting it was agreed that the LRTPC would be
     the lead committee and single point of contact for the high speed rail project. WisDOT staff agreed to
     provide regular status reports to the committee. He said he supported having MPO representatives on
     the LRTPC.
     Schaefer explained that the MPO has two representatives on the City of Madison’s Long-Range
     Transportation Planning Committee. The representatives must be City of Madison appointees. The
     current MPO representatives are Steve King and Chris Schmidt. Paul Skidmore is also on the
     committee, but represents the City’s Ped/Bike/Motor Vehicle Commission. Schmidt’s appointment
     expired on April 30, 2010 because his MPO appointment had expired then before he was re-appointed.
     Schmidt indicated he was interested in being re-appointed.
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   Moved by Opitz, seconded by King, to recommend to City of Madison Mayor Cieslewicz that Chris
   Schmidt be re-appointed as an MPO representative to the City’s Long-Range Transportation Planning
   Committee. Motion carried.
7. Consideration of Resolution TPB No. 40 Regarding Amendment #5 to the 2010-2014
   Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County
   Schaefer said the amendment was for a local safety project on CTH PB at the Sunset Drive intersection
   that was approved by WisDOT. The amendment is needed to allow preliminary engineering to start this
   year. Construction is programmed for 2012. Clear asked if the project affected the funding or timing for
   any other projects, and Schaefer said no.
   Moved by Bruskewitz, seconded by Ritt, to approve Resolution TPB No. 40 regarding Amendment #5
   to the 2010-2014 TIP. Motion carried.

8. Review of Preliminary Draft Listing and Ranking of Candidate Projects for STP Urban Funding
   for 2011-2015
   Schaefer said that he wanted to provide the Board with a first look at the new 2011-2015 listings. He
   distributed two different versions – an approved funding scenario and another alternative scenario that
   was put together based on feedback from a recent intergovernmental meeting regarding the University
   Avenue reconstruction project. He said the estimated cost for that project had increased substantially
   following the preliminary engineering. As a result there is interest in exploring possible changes to the
   schedule of other projects in order to increase the amount of Federal funding for the University Avenue
   project. Schaefer said the process is that MPO staff would review a preliminary draft version of the
   project listings with the MPO’s Technical Coordinating Committee and Citizen Advisory Committee
   next month and review the draft with the Board at its next meeting. A revised draft would be included in
   the draft Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The Board approves the listings as part of
   approval of the TIP and that action is expected at the October meeting. A hearing on the TIP will be
   held at the September meeting.
   Schaefer then reviewed the two versions of the listings, starting with the approved funding scenario.
   Given the increased estimated cost for the University Avenue (Segoe to Allen Blvd.) project in 2011
   and the County Trunk Highway (CTH) M (Cross Country to McKee Rd.) project in 2013, the approved
   Federal funding falls well short of the full 50% maximum under the MPO’s policy. He said that 2013 is
   the year when funding is tight. He said it is also possible that the MPO’s allocation may decrease
   somewhat from the current $6.34 million, which would make things worse. If the funding isn’t
   increased for any projects and no projects are delayed there would be enough funding in 2015 to fund
   three new projects. The highest scoring projects are the reconstruction and expansion of McKee Road
   (CTH PD) (Maple Grove to CTH M), resurfacing of Allen Blvd. (CTH Q), and reconstruction and
   expansion of Cottage Grove Rd. (CTH BB) (Interstate 39/90 to Sprecher). He said the Cottage Grove
   Road project needs to be coordinated with WisDOT’s project to add a structure to the Cottage Grove
   Road Bridge over the Interstate to accommodate four travel lanes. Pedestrian and bicycle
   accommodations were added a few years ago, but there wasn’t sufficient funding at the time to expand
   the bridge to four lanes. Schaefer then reviewed the alternative scenario, which involves postponing the
   Fish Hatchery Road pavement replacement project two years from 2012 to 2014 and the E. Johnson
   Street reconstruction project from 2014 to 2015. This would also require delaying one or more projects
   from 2015 to 2016. The funding made available by delaying those projects would be allocated
   proportionately to the University Avenue and CTH M (Cross Country to McKee Rd.) projects. There
   would still not be sufficient funding to cover 50% of the cost of the projects, but the funding shortfall
   for both would be much less. The Cottage Grove Road project is the one shown as being delayed from
   2015 to 2016 under this scenario.
   Opitz said he would like to hear some discussion, but liked the alternative scenario which allows
   increasing funding for the University Avenue and CTH M projects. He asked about the number of
   Middleton projects submitted. Schaefer said he talked with Middleton staff to explain the process and
   suggested that the city might want to focus on a smaller number of projects with the best chance of
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   receiving funding. In some cases, Middleton’s projects are competing against each other. Opitz also
   asked why the pedestrian/bicycle safety education project was ranked higher than other projects with
   higher scores such as in 2012. Schaefer said it was because the MPO has a long standing policy to
   provide some funding to support that program regardless of how it scores compared to other projects.
   Also, in many cases there isn’t sufficient funding available to fund the higher scoring project and that is
   the case in 2012. Opitz suggested perhaps not assigning a score or rank to the project or including a note
   regarding the policy. In response to a question regarding the University Avenue cost estimate, Schaefer
   said it did not reflect a change in the scope of the project. Vesperman asked if the additional cost for the
   University Avenue (Segoe to Shorewood Blvd.) project under construction now would affect the
   available funding. Schaefer responded that this segment of University Avenue was mostly funded with
   stimulus funding. The additional cost beyond that is being funded with additional STP and local funding
   at 80/20, but this doesn’t affect the MPO’s annual allocation. Also, the Nine Mound Road project in the
   City of Verona, which had stimulus funding, came in under the cost estimate and the City of Verona has
   agreed to release $230,000 in funding that will be transferred to the University Avenue project.
   There was some discussion about possible reasons for the increase in the cost estimate for the University
   Avenue project, which includes both bike lanes and a bike path on the north side. It was clarified the
   project at this point does not include replacing the pedestrian underpass at Spring Harbor Drive with an
   ADA compliant one. Clear said the underpass was put in before there was a traffic signal at the
   intersection. Constructing a new ADA compliant underpass would require significant grading work to
   provide minimum clearances. The plan is to include some enhanced crosswalk features. There was also
   discussion about the addition of the median, but with accommodations and signal phasing for a U-turn
   rather than a left-turn from some side streets. Vesperman commented that delaying the work on Fish
   Hatchery Road would have a potential benefit in that the work would not coincide with the work on the
   Beltline interchange in 2012. Ritt commented that the local units of government may not want to
   provide the additional local funds. Schaefer said the local project sponsor could decide to delay the
   project until there is sufficient funding to cover the full 50% cost. Schaefer noted the need for an
   agreement on sharing of the local cost for University Avenue and a number of other projects. That
   agreement is necessary before the Board approves a project for the following year. Vesperman said
   WisDOT designs projects to be put on an advanceable list if extra funding becomes available, and that is
   worth discussing for the STP-Urban program. He also mentioned there are real estate and other issues
   that could potentially push back University Avenue to 2012.

9. Review and Discussion of Federal Law and Rules Regarding MPOs and the Metropolitan
   Transportation Planning Process and the Madison Area TPB’s Operating Rules and Procedures
   Schaefer said the Board had asked for information on the MPO’s authority and responsibilities during
   the discussion regarding the hiring of the MPO planning manager at the May meeting. Schaefer said he
   provided Board members with the relevant documents. The MPO’s authority and responsibilities come
   from Federal law and regulations regarding MPOs and the MPO planning process, the MPO re-
   designation agreement, and to a lesser extent the MPO’s operating rules and procedures. The Federal
   laws and regulations address the MPO’s planning responsibilities, the composition of the MPO Board,
   the re-designation process, etc. Schaefer highlighted a couple of things in the re-designation agreement.
   First, the agreement outlines a process for making minor changes in the composition of the MPO Board
   without going through a formal re-designation. The agreement also states that the City of Madison will
   provide the staff for the MPO that the City is responsible for providing the local match funding
   contribution, but that other units of government are strongly encouraged to make appropriate
   contributions to cover a share of the cost proportionate to their population. In response to a question,
   Schaefer said that three suburban communities provide their proportionate share of the local cost in
   support of the MPO: City of Fitchburg, City of Monona, and Village of McFarland. He said a formal
   letter was sent out by the Madison Mayor when the MPO was first re-designated asking for a
   contribution, but no formal request has been made since then. Only informal requests have been made
   via staff.
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   Schaefer then reviewed a memo that MPO staff prepared with suggestions for possible changes to the
   operating rules and procedures. Most of the suggested changes are to document existing practices and
   policies. Staff was looking for some initial feedback and would then prepare a draft showing the
   proposed changes. Schaefer highlighted some of the suggested changes and additions. It is suggested
   that language be added stating that the City of Madison is the fiscal and administrative agent for the
   MPO and is responsible for providing staff services, and that the MPO staff reports to the MPO Policy
   Board and is directed by MPO policies and approved documents. It is also suggested that language be
   added about the MPO Planning Manager, including how the position fits within the City staff structure
   and the Manager’s responsibilities. Language could be added about the MPO’s desired role in
   hiring/firing of the Manager, however the re-designation agreement controls. An alternative would be to
   work out an agreement with the City that addresses the issue.
   Bruskewitz asked about the timing of the next re-designation. Schaefer said there is no schedule for re-
   designation. The substantial change in the Board structure required to comply with federal law
   necessitated the last re-designation. A minor change could be made to the Board structure without a
   formal re-designation.
   Regarding the work program and budget, Schaefer said language could be added documenting the
   existing process where the MPO and Planning Division budgets are developed concurrently. Bruskewitz
   said that the process for seeking contributions from other communities might also be addressed. He said
   the procedure that has been developed for nominating and voting on the city/village and town
   representatives should be outlined. One issue with the procedure is that the voting is not confidential.
   However, the only alternative would be to have a meeting with a ballot vote. A procedure for removing
   appointees before their term is up should be spelled out. Schaefer reviewed a few suggestions related to
   the Board officers, including their duties, the timing of elections, and the process for filling a vacancy. It
   was noted that some committees elect a secretary even though staff perform the typical functions. He
   said another issue to be addressed is whether a simple majority or some type of super majority vote is
   needed for the Board to initiate the process for a change in composition to the Board. He also mentioned
   the need to expressly allow participation in Board meetings via conference call. He suggested it be
   limited to emergency meetings only (e.g., TIP amendments). It was suggested that another possible
   restriction would be to limit the number of members participating by phone. He said other issues to
   address are joint meetings with other boards or committees and the Technical Coordinating Committee
   membership and voting procedures. Schaefer said he would prepare a revised draft based on the
   comments tonight. Matano suggested adding language regarding how vacancies in appointments are
   handled, and Schaefer said he would add that.
10. Consideration of Recommendation Regarding Sending Letter Requesting Financial Support for
    Work of the MPO
   Schaefer said he was looking for a recommendation from the Board on whether a formal letter
   requesting financial support should be sent out for next year’s budget. He said he discussed the issue
   with Brad Murphy, and Murphy thought that if the letter is sent out it would be more appropriate if it
   came from the MPO Board Chair or staff on behalf of the MPO rather than from the Madison Mayor.
   Schaefer said the dollar amounts are not very large, but he thought communities that contribute some
   funding would feel more ownership of the MPO. He said many local officials aren’t aware that the MPO
   agreement recommends that other communities contribute to the funding and that three communities
   have been contributing in the past. It will be a tight budget year so it won’t be an easy sell. The letter
   would ask communities to set aside the estimated amount as their local budget is prepared. In response
   to a question, Schaefer said he would reference the language in the agreement that communities are
   “strongly encouraged” to contribute funding and note those communities that have been contributing.
   Schaefer asked whether the Board thought the request should be based on the 2000 Census population
   number or the 2009 population estimates. Ritt responded that it should be based on the 2000 population
   since that is what the three communities that have been contributing have based their contributions on.
   Others agreed. Mandli mentioned that Dane County contributes funding, and Schaefer said that was for
   specialized transportation coordination services. It was mentioned that staff raises might be a sensitive
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   issue. Schaefer said some staff may qualify for step increases, but there would be no cost of living
   increases in 2011. Chase suggested mentioning that this isn’t a new policy or request, but that it was an
   oversight that the request letter had not been sent out in the past. The consensus of the Board was to
   have staff send out the letter.

11. Review and Discussion of the Federal Certification Review Report Recommendations and MPO
    Staff Responses
   Schaefer said that after the presentation on the Federal certification review report the Board requested
   information on how and when staff planned to respond to the recommendations. Schaefer said staff
   prepared a table with the recommendations and the proposed actions to implement them for review by
   the Board. Schaefer said staff would provide an annual update on the progress in implementing the
   actions. He mentioned that with regard to the congestion management process staff was considering
   hiring a consultant to assist with the project using salary savings from being short-staffed. He said that
   would require a work program and budget amendment. Staff needed to calculate how much money
   might be available to shift to consultant services. Due to the work finishing up the TDP and the RTA
   work, he said it would be helpful to have some assistance with the congestion management plan.
   Bruskewitz asked if a motion was needed, and Schaefer said he would seek action from the Board at a
   future meeting, probably the August meeting.

12. Update on the Dane County Regional Transit Authority (RTA)
   Opitz said the RTA Board was meeting once or twice a month and that three subcommittees had been
   created that were meeting frequently as well. He said there was some press coverage about the
   timing of the referendum after Mayor Cieslewicz expressed interest in having it conducted this fall. He
   said the issue had not been formally discussed by the RTA Board. Many are skeptical that there is
   enough time to hold the referendum in the fall. He said the Dane County Clerk’s office has raised
   concerns about the mechanics of holding the election because the boundaries of the RTA split some
   voting wards in outlying areas. They aren’t sure whether they can get it all set up in time for finalizing
   the election question, which must be done by September. He said a second issue is that the plan for
   transit service improvements doesn’t exist. The RTA’s Plan for Transit Subcommittee has been
   meeting, but is still in the information gathering stage. At the last meeting, a presentation was provided
   by the UW-Madison Transportation Services Director. He said it would be very problematic to have a
   referendum question on the November ballot, but the RTA Board was still diligently moving forward. It
   was pointed out that the RTA Board made a commitment to have the transit plan in place prior to
   holding the referendum. Opitz said he understood the desire to hold the referendum this fall since the
   next regularly scheduled fall election wouldn’t be until 2012. Clear commented that spring of 2011 was
   probably the earliest the referendum could be held. Schmidt commented that he wished the County
   Clerk’s office had started working on the issue sooner. Opitz responded that the RTA Board didn’t have
   its first meeting until March, partly due to scheduling issues, but he also wondered why the issue hadn’t
   been addressed already. Bruskewitz said the Clerk’s office had met with of all of the affected towns
   about the issue, but was never directed by the RTA Board to deal with it. She asked if the referendum
   timing was on the next meeting agenda for the RTA Board, and Opitz said he didn’t know, but thought
   they couldn’t really address it at this point since they weren’t anywhere near ready.

13. Update on the Milwaukee-Madison Intercity Passenger Rail Service Project
   Schaefer said there were a couple of workshops held on the station location, and following those
   WisDOT announced that the State Department of Administration building was selected as the station
   location. Another workshop is planned for late July to review more details about the station design,
   multi-modal connections, etc. He said Donna Brown from WisDOT would be at the Board’s August
   meeting to provide an update and report on the July workshop results.
14. Discussion of MPO Policy Board Meeting Schedule
   Schaefer said there had been some interest in revisiting the meeting schedule, but it was decided to wait
   until all of the new appointments had been made to discuss whether the Board wanted to change the first
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   Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. date/time. Matano said that he had looked into getting a room on the
   third floor of the City-County Building. Schaefer responded that the Board had recently discussed the
   meeting location and the consensus was to keep it at the Water Utility unless there was a hearing or
   issue where a large public turnout was expected. He said he should have anticipated the large turnout at
   the last meeting on the TIP amendment and moved it downtown. Matano noted the transit service
   wasn’t convenient. It was decided to discuss the issue further at the next meeting.
15. Discussion of MPO Policy Board Meeting Notices and Packets
   Schaefer said he put this item on the agenda after Hulsey requested that he be sent the meeting packet
   via email rather than receiving a hard copy. He said he wondered if anyone else preferred to just get the
   electronic packet as well. Staff posts the entire packet on the website and so he would just send a link to
   the packet. He said staff typically brings one or two extra copies of the packet to the meeting in case
   anyone forgets their packet. He also asked whether the Board would like to receive an email notice
   about upcoming meetings as a reminder. Interest was expressed in getting an email notice of the
   meeting as soon as the packet was posted on the website. It was noted that a request for absence
   notifications could be made at the same time. Clear cautioned members not to send a reply to all
   because of the concern about an open meetings law violation if there was discussion about an issue. He
   said it is a standard disclaimer that City staff always includes in emails to entire committees. Clear, Ritt,
   and Mandli said they would like to just receive the notice with the link to the packet and didn’t want a
   hard copy. Bruskewitz said she didn’t need to receive a copy in the mail, but would like one at the
   meeting. Opitz cautioned against customized requests. He said he likes to have the paper copy at the
   meeting and appreciated the tabs for agenda items with materials. Schaefer said he would continue to
   bring a couple of extra copies, but would assume that for those who prefer to receive it electronically
   they will bring their computer or print out what they want to have a hard copy of.
16. Status Report by Madison Area TPB Members on Projects Potentially Involving the TPB:
   •   USH 51 (USH 12/18 to I 90/94/39) Corridor Study
   •   USH 51 (McFarland to Stoughton)
   •   North Mendota Parkway Study
   Schaefer said he didn’t have anything new to report on these studies. He said Vesperman could report
   on the USH 51 studies at the next meeting.

17. Discussion of Future Work Items:
   •   Transit Development Plan (TDP) and RTA Service Scenarios
   •   2011-2015 Transportation Improvement Program
   Schaefer said applications for SMIP/Transportation Enhancement projects were due August 2 and that
   staff would review and seek action from the MPO Board on the draft scoring and ranking of the
   applications at the September meeting.
   •   MPO Congestion Management Process
   •   Regional Transportation Plan Update
   •   Revisions to MPO Operating Rules and Procedures
18. Announcements and Schedule of Future Meetings.
   The next meeting is scheduled for August 4, 2010 at the Madison Water Utility at 7 p.m.
19. Adjournment
   Opitz moved, Clear seconded, to adjourn. Motion carried.
TPB (MPO) Agenda Cover Sheet                                                        Item No. 6
August 4, 2010

Re:
Consideration of Resolution TPB No. 41 Regarding Amendment #6 to the 2010-2014
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County


Staff Comments on Item:
WisDOT SW Region staff have requested this TIP amendment to add a project to reconstruct
and expand the Park and Ride lot off of County Trunk PB near the USH 18/151 and Verona
Avenue interchange. The lot also serves as a trailhead for the Military Ridge Trail. The
amendment is needed to allow preliminary engineering to start this year. Construction is not
programmed until 2018, but the project is on WisDOT’s possible advanceable list. The project is being
funded with Federal National Highway System (NHS) program funding. Addition of this project would
not affect the funding or schedule or any currently programmed projects.




Materials Presented on Item:
   1. Resolution TPB No. 41 Regarding Amendment #6 to the 2010-2014 TIP



Staff Recommendation/Rationale:
Staff recommends adoption.
                                      Resolution TPB No. 41
          Amendment #6 to the 2010-2014 Transportation Improvement Program
                 for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County


     WHEREAS, the Madison Area Transportation Planning Board (TPB) approved the 2010-2014
Transportation Improvement Program for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County on October
7, 2009; and

    WHEREAS, the Madison Area TPB has approved five previous amendments to the 2010-2014
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County on
December 22, 2009, March 3, 2010, May 5, 2010, June 2, 2010, and July 7, 2010; and

     WHEREAS, the Madison Metropolitan Planning Area transportation projects and some
transportation planning activities to be undertaken using Federal funding in 2010–2013 must be
included in the 2010-2014 TIP; and

    WHEREAS, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Southwest Region has
requested an amendment to add a new project to reconstruct and expand the Military Ridge Park &
Ride Lot off of County Trunk Highway (CTH) PB near the U.S. Highway (USH) 18/151 and Verona
Avenue interchange; and

     WHEREAS, the Park & Ride lot is used for multiple purposes, including carpooling, access to
Metro Transit’s Route 55 serving the City of Verona, and as a trailhead facility for the Military Ridge
Trail, with the potential for additional transit service in the future; and

    WHEREAS, the MPO’s public participation procedures for minor TIP amendments such as this
have been followed, including listing the project on the Madison Area TPB meeting agenda; and

     WHEREAS, the project is consistent with the Regional Transportation Plan 2030 for the
Madison Metropolitan Area and Dane County, the adopted long-range regional transportation plan for
the Madison Metropolitan Planning Area:

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Madison Area TPB approves Amendment
#6 to the 2010-2014 Transportation Improvement Program for the Madison Metropolitan Area &
Dane County adding the USH 18/151 Military Ridge Ride & Ride project to the Parking Facilities
section at page 15 as shown on the attached table.




____________________________                          ______________________________________
Date Adopted                                          Al Matano, Chair
                                                      Madison Area Transportation Planning Board
                                                   PROJECT LISTING FOR AMENDMENT #6 TO THE 2010-2014 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
    Primary                                                                      Jan-Dec 2010                  Jan-Dec 2011                  Jan-Dec 2012                  Jan-Dec 2013                  Jan-Dec 2014
                                                                  Cost/
  Jurisdiction/                Project Description                                                                                                                                                                                          Comments
                                                                  Type
Project Sponsor                                                           Fed    State   Local   Total   Fed   State   Local   Total   Fed   State   Local   Total   Fed   State   Local   Total   Fed   State   Local   Total
PARKING FACILITIES
MADISON METROPOLITAN PLANNING AREA
WisDOT            USH 18/151
                  Near Verona Ave. (CTH MV) Interchange          PE         94      23             117                                                                                                                           1206-07-08, -80
                  Military Ridge Park & Ride Lot off of CTH PB   ROW
  111-10-031      Reconstruction and expansion                   CONST                                                                                                                                                           Construction in 2018.
       *                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Construction on possible
     NEW                                                         TOTAL     94       23             117                                                                                                                           advanceable list.
                                                                          NHS
TPB (MPO) Agenda Cover Sheet                                                           Item No. 7
August 4, 2010

Re:
Review of Preliminary Draft Listing and Ranking of Candidate Projects for STP Urban Funding for
2011-2015


Staff Comments on Item:
Each year as part of the annual process to update the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), it is
the responsibility of the MPO to score, rank, and prioritize candidate projects for Federal Surface
Transportation Program (STP) - Urban funding.
MPO staff reviewed a couple of preliminary scenarios with the MPO Board at its July meeting. The
attached preliminary draft listings reflect that discussion. There was a consensus to pursue delaying
some projects in order to increase the Federal funding for the University Avenue (Segoe to Allen Blvd.)
and CTH M (Cross Country to CTH PD) projects. The cost estimates for both increased substantially.
An interagency staff meeting is scheduled for July 28 to review the STP-Urban and other TIP project
submittals and resolve any issues/discrepancies in the cost, cost sharing, and timing of the projects. MPO
staff will review the preliminary draft STP-Urban priority listings with the Technical Coordinating
Committee (TCC) at its meeting the same day. If those meetings result in any proposed changes, a
revised draft version will be distributed and reviewed with the MPO Board at the meeting.
MPO staff reviewed the preliminary draft listings with the MPO’s Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC)
at its July 21 meeting, and the CAC voted to recommend to the Board that a portion of the STP-Urban
funding in 2012 be set aside for multi-modal transportation needs associated with the Madison inter-city
passenger rail station.
A public hearing regarding the draft STP-Urban priority listings and the Draft 2011-2015 TIP is
scheduled for the September 1 MPO Board meeting. MPO Board approval of the listings and the 2011-
2015 TIP is anticipated at the October 6 meeting.


Materials Presented on Item:
      1. Preliminary Draft 2011-2015 Priority STP-Urban Project Listings for the Madison Urban Area,
         dated 7/14/10.

      2. Preliminary Draft STP-Urban Projects Scoring and Ranking Table


Staff Recommendation/Rationale:
For information and discussion purposes only at this time
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                                                         2010 Priority Project Listings
                                                     Madison Urban Area STP Urban Funds
                                                             (all dollars in $000s)


    A. Carryover from 2009                                                     $98
       2010 STP Urban Allocation                                            $6,338
       Available for 2010                                                   $6,436



                                                                                    Preliminary
                                                                 Total    STP Urban Evaluation     WisDOT
                                                                                  1         2
B. 2010 Priority Projects                        Improvement     Cost         50%     Score        Project ID                 Comments

    1. Planning 2010                                    --        $153       $122        54       5992-08-11
    2. Rideshare 2010                                   --          $85        $68       52       5992-08-08
    3. CTH M                                       Reconstruct** $4,673     $1,488       40       5992-08-75    Total project cost includes STP-U
          (Valley View/Pl. View Ext. Intersection)    w/Bike                                                    ARRA funding of $2,012.
       & Pleasant View Rd. Extension                                                                            Older project, thus still at 80/20.

    4. Madison Ped/Bike Safety                     Ped/Bike        $74          $120     32       5992-08-14    Also includes 2011 STP-U funding,
         Education Program 2010 and 2011                                                                        which was obligated in 2010.

      TOTAL STP Urban                                                       $1,799

      Carryover to 2011                                                     $4,638

1
  50% cost share for new major projects. New policy starting in 2010. Does not apply to CTH M (Valley View Intersection) because funding for the
  project was committed in 2009, but the project was delayed a year.
2
  Note: Evaluation Score from Attachment A page A-13.
** Potential Capacity Improvement Project.




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                                                            2011 Priority Project Listings
                                                        Madison Urban Area STP Urban Funds
                                                                (all dollars in $000s)


A. Carryover from 2010                                                          $4,638
        2011 STP Urban Allocation                                               $6,338
        Available for 2011                                                     $10,976



                                                                                         Preliminary
                                                                      Total    STP Urban Evaluation     WisDOT
                                                                                       1         2
B. 2011 Priority Projects                          Improvement        Cost         50%     Score        Project ID                 Comments

    1. Planning 2011                                --                 $153       $122       54        5992-08-12
    2. Rideshare 2011                               --                   $88        $70      52        5992-08-09
    3. CTH S/Mineral Point Rd.                 Reconstruct**          $9,969     $4,829      48        5992-08-77     Cost estimate decreased by $1,124 (?).
         (CTH M/Junction Intersection) Phase 1    w/Bike                                                              Includes CTH M/Junction (Valley View
                                                                                                                      to Isaac Rd.) and CTH S (Beltline to
                                                                                                                      Pleasant View Rd). Total cost includes
                                                                                                                      new $311 TCSP funding earmark.
                                                                                                                      Agreement needed on local share $$.
    4. University Ave./CTH MS                      Reconstruct $10,400           $4,463      44        5992-08-18,-79 Cost estimate increased by $3,080.
        (Allen Blvd. To Segoe Rd.)                   w/Bike                                                           $737 additional local share funding
                                                                                                                      beyond 50% min. needed.
                                                                                                                      Agreement needed on local share $$.
    5. Madison Ped/Bike Safety                       Ped/Bike           $76                  32         5992-08-15 2011 STP-U funding obligated in '10.
        Education Program 2011

      TOTAL STP Urban                                                            $9,485

      Carryover to 2012                                                          $1,491


C. Candidate Projects if Further Funding:
   STP Urban Supplemental


    6. Park Street                                 Reconstruct         $339                  30                      Move to 2015.
         (Park Lawn Pl. to Century Ave.)             w/Bike
    7. Mendota Avenue                              Resurfacing         $228                  30                      Move to 2015.
         (University Ave. to Allen Blvd./CTH Q)      w/Bike

1
    50% cost share for major projects. New policy starting in 2010.
2
    Note: Evaluation Score from Attachment A page A-13.

** Potential Capacity Improvement Project.




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                                                            2012 Priority Project Listings
                                                        Madison Urban Area STP Urban Funds
                                                                (all dollars in $000s)

A. Carryover from 2011 (est.)                                                   $1,491
        2012 STP Urban Allocation                                               $6,338
        Available for 2012                                                      $7,830


                                                                                        Preliminary
                                                                      Total   STP Urban Evaluation    WisDOT
                                                                                      1         2
B. 2012 Priority Projects                           Improvement       Cost        50%     Score       Project ID                Comments

    1. Planning 2012                                 --         $153              $122      54        5992-08-13
    2. Rideshare 2012                                --          $90               $72      52        5992-08-10
    3. CTH S/Mineral Point Rd.                  Reconstruct** $8,524            $4,262      48        5992-08-78   Includes CTH M/Junction (Valley View
          (CTH M/Junction Intersection) Phase 2    w/Bike                                                          to Isaac Rd.) and CTH S (Beltline to
                                                                                                                   Pleasant View Rd.). CTH M (Watts to
                                                                                                                   Valley View) previously listed as
                                                                                                                   separate project.
                                                                                                                   Agreement needed on local share $$.
    4. Monona Dr. Phase 2                           Reconstruct $3,628          $1,814      40        5994-00-71   Previously scheduled for 2011.
         (Winnequah Rd. to Cottage Grove Rd.)         w/Bike
    5. CTH D/Fish Hatchery Rd.                      Resurfacing $2,500                      38                     Move to 2014.
         (Wingra Dr. to Emil St.)                     w/Bike                                                       Agreement needed on local share $$.
    6. Madison Ped/Bike Safety                       Ped/Bike      $78            $126      32        5992-08-26   Also includes 2013 STP-U funding,
         Education Program 2012                                                                                    which will be obligated in 2012.

       TOTAL STP Urban                                                          $6,396

       Carryover to 2013                                                        $1,433


C. Candidate Projects if Further Funding:
   STP Urban Supplemental


    7. Pleasant View Road                           Reconstruct** $2,551                    34                     Coordinate w/ City of Madison.
          (University Green to City Limit)             w/Bike                                                      Move to 2015.
    8. Deming Way                                    Reconstruct   $450                     32                     Must coordinate w/ WisDOT, be done
          (USH 14 to Murphy Dr.)                       w/Bike                                                      in conjunction w/ USH 14 intersection
                                                                                                                   reconstruction. Move to 2015.
    9. Deming Way                                   Reconstruct $3,172                      32                     Must coordinate w/ WisDOT, be done
         (Terrace Ave. to USH 14)                     w/Bike                                                       in conjunction w/ USH 14 intersection
                                                                                                                   reconstruction. Move to 2015.
10. Parmenter Street                                Reconstruct** $4,816                    30                     Move to 2015.
      (Century Ave. to Greenbriar Rd.)                 w/Bike


1
    50% cost share for major projects. New policy starting in 2010.
2
    Note: Evaluation Score from Attachment A page A-13.
** Potential Capacity Improvement Project.




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                                                              2013 Priority Project Listings
                                                          Madison Urban Area STP Urban Funds
                                                                  (all dollars in $000s)

A. Carryover from 2012 (est.)                                                   $1,433
        2013 STP Urban Allocation                                               $6,338                Actual allocation uncertain at this time
        Available for 2013                                                      $7,772


                                                                                        Preliminary
                                                                      Total   STP Urban Evaluation     WisDOT
                                                                                      1         2
B. 2013 Priority Projects                              Improvement    Cost        50%     Score        Project ID                   Comments

    1. Planning 2013                                    --         $153           $122      54         5992-08-22
    2. Rideshare 2013                                   --          $93            $74      52         5992-08-24
    3. CTH M                                       Reconstruct** $8,800         $4,028      42                      Joint City of Verona & Madison project.
         (Cross Country Rd. to 2,500' N of CTH PD)    w/Bike                                                        Includes CTH PD 1,000' E & W of
                                                                                                                    intersection. Cost estimate increased
                                                                                                                    by $1,570.
                                                                                                                    $372 local share funding beyond 50%
                                                                                                                    min. required.
                                                                                                                    Agreement needed on local share $$.
    4. Monona Drive Phase 3                            Reconstruct $7,092       $3,546      40         5994-00-72
         (Nichols/Pflaum Rd. to Winnequah Rd.)           w/Bike
    5. Madison Ped/Bike Safety                          Ped/Bike      $80                   32         5992-08-27   2013 STP-U funding obligated in 2012.
         Education Program 2013

      TOTAL STP Urban                                                           $7,771

      Carryover to 2014                                                             $1


C. Candidate Projects if Further Funding:
   STP Urban Supplemental


    6. Lacy Rd.                                        Reconstruct $1,500                   30                      Move to 2015.
          (City Hall to Fahey Glen)                      w/Bike
    7. Branch Street                                   Resurfacing  $525                    30                      Move to 2015.
          (University Ave. to Century Ave.)              w/Bike
    8. Fitchrona Road                                  Reconstruct $1,000                   30                      Move to 2015.
          (Nesbitt Rd. to Lacy Rd.)                      w/Bike
    9. High Road                                       Resurfacing  $256                    28                      Move to 2015.
          (Century Ave. to Well #4/Tower)                w/Bike

1
    50% cost share for major projects. New policy starting in 2010.
2
    Note: Evaluation Score from Attachment A page A-13.
** Potential Capacity Improvement Project.




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                                                            2014 Priority Project Listings
                                                        Madison Urban Area STP Urban Funds
                                                                (all dollars in $000s)

A. Carryover from 2013 (est.)                                                       $1
        2014 STP Urban Allocation                                               $6,338                Actual allocation uncertain at this time
        Available for 2014                                                      $6,339


                                                                                        Preliminary
                                                                      Total   STP Urban Evaluation     WisDOT
B. 2014 Priority Projects                            Improvement      Cost        50%1 Score2          Project ID               Comments

    1. Planning 2014                                      --         $153         $122      54         5992-08-23
    2. Rideshare 2014                                     --          $96          $77      52         5992-08-25
    3. CTH M                                         Reconstruct** $7,920       $3,960      42                      Agreement needed on local share $$.
         (N of CTH PD to S of Valley View Rd.)          w/Bike
    4. CTH D/Fish Hatchery Rd.                        Resurfacing $2,500        $1,250      38                      Moved from 2012.
         (Wingra Dr. to Emil St.)                       w/Bike

    5. E. Johnson St.                                 Reconstruct $4,870                    40                      Move to 2015.
          (N. Butler St. to First St.)                  w/Bike
    6. Madison Ped/Bike Safety                         Ped/Bike      $82            $134    32                      Also includes 2015 STP-U funding,
          Education Program 2014                                                                                    which will be obligated in 2014.

       TOTAL STP Urban                                                          $5,543

       Carryover to 2015                                                            $796


C. Candidate Projects if Further Funding:
   STP Urban Supplemental


    7. Allen Blvd./CTH Q                              Resurfacing     $427                  36                      Could fund in 2014.
          (University Ave. to Lake St.)                 w/Bike                                                      Agreement needed on local share $$.

1
    50% cost share for major projects. New policy starting in 2010.
2
    Note: Evaluation Score from Attachment A page A-13.
** Potential Capacity Improvement Project.




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                                                             2015 Priority Project Listings
                                                         Madison Urban Area STP Urban Funds
                                                                 (all dollars in $000s)


A. Carryover from 2014 (est.)                                                     $796
        2015 STP Urban Allocation                                               $6,338                Actual allocation uncertain at this time
        Available for 2015                                                      $7,135



                                                                                        Preliminary
                                                                      Total   STP Urban Evaluation     WisDOT
B. 2015 Priority Projects                            Improvement      Cost        50%1 Score2          Project ID                 Comments

    1. Planning 2015                                      --         $153        $122       54
    2. Rideshare 2015                                     --          $99          $79      52
    3. E. Johnson St.                                 Reconstruct $4,870        $2,435      40                      Moved from 2014.
          (N. Butler St. to First St.)                  w/Bike
    4. McKee Rd./CTH PD                              Reconstruct** $8,220       $4,110      38                      Agreement needed on local share $$.
          1,000 E of CTH M to Maple Grove Rd.           w/Bike
    5. Allen Blvd./CTH Q                              Resurfacing    $427         $214      36                      Moved from 2014.
          (University Ave. to Lake St.)                 w/Bike
    6. Madison Ped/Bike Safety                         Ped/Bike       $85                   32
          Education Program 2014

      TOTAL STP Urban                                                           $6,960

      Carryover to 2016                                                           $175


C. Candidate Projects if Further Funding:
   STP Urban Supplemental


    7. Cottage Grove Rd./CTH BB                      Reconstruct** $3,130                   36                      Move to 2016.
         (I-39/90/94 to Relocated Sprecher Rd.)         w/Bike                                                      Agreement needed on local share $$.

 8. Pleasant View Road                               Reconstruct** $2,551                   34                      Coordinate w/ City of Madison.
      (University Green to City Limit)                  w/Bike                                                      Moved from 2012.
 9. Buckeye Road                                      Reconstruct $1,990                    32                      Agreement needed on local share $$.
      (Monona Dr. to Stoughton Rd./USH 51)              w/Bike
10. Deming Way                                        Reconstruct    $450                   32                      Must coordinate w/ WisDOT, be done
      (USH 14 to Murphy Dr.)                            w/Bike                                                      in conjunction w/ USH 14 intersection
                                                                                                                    reconstruction. Moved from 2012.
11. Deming Way                                        Reconstruct $3,172                    32                      Must coordinate w/ WisDOT, be done
      (Terrace Ave. to USH 14)                          w/Bike                                                      in conjunction w/ USH 14 intersection
                                                                                                                    reconstruction. Moved from 2012.
12. Lacy Rd.                                          Reconstruct $1,500                    30                      Moved from 2013.
       (City Hall to Fahey Glen)                        w/Bike
13. Branch Street                                     Resurfacing    $525                   30                      Moved from 2013.
       (University Ave. to Century Ave.)                w/Bike
14. Fitchrona Road                                    Reconstruct $1,000                    30                      Moved from 2013.
       (Nesbitt Rd. to Lacy Rd.)                        w/Bike
15. Park Street                                       Reconstruct    $339                   30                      Moved from 2011.
       (Park Lawn Pl. to Century Ave.)                  w/Bike
16. Mendota Avenue                                    Resurfacing    $228                   30                      Moved from 2011.
       (University Ave. to Allen Blvd./CTH Q)           w/Bike
17. Parmenter Street                                 Reconstruct** $4,816                   30                      Moved from 2012.
       (Century Ave. to Greenbriar Rd.)                 w/Bike
18. Parmenter Street                                  Resurfacing    $204                   28
       (University Ave. to Lee St.)                     w/Bike
19. High Road                                         Resurfacing    $256                   28                      Moved from 2013.
       (Century Ave. to Well #4/Tower)                  w/Bike


1
    50% cost share for major projects. New policy starting in 2010.
2
    Note: Evaluation Score from Attachment A page A-13.

** Potential Capacity Improvement Project.


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             2011-2015 TIP/STP-URBAN PROJECTS SCORING                                                                                                                 Roadway                                                                                                                                                    Ped/Bike                             Other                                                                                                                                                    Roadway                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Ped/Bike                             Other                                                                                                                        Roadway                                                                                                                                                                         Ped/Bike                             Other




                                                                                                          CTH S/Mineral Pt Rd (CTH M/Junction Intersection) Phase 1




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      CTH S/Mineral Pt Rd (CTH M/Junction Intersection) Phase 2




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Monona Dr. Segment 2 (Winnequah to Cottage Grove Rd.)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Parmenter St. (Century Ave./CTH M to Greenbriar Rd.)
                                                                                                                                                                      Mendota Ave. (University Ave. to Allen Blvd./CTH Q)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Monona Dr. Phase 3 (Pflaum Rd. to Winnequah Dr.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             University Ave./CTH MS (Allen Blvd. To Segoe Rd.)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Branch St. (University Ave. to CTH M/Century Ave.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Pleasant View Road (University Green to City Limit)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CTH D/Fish Hatchery Rd. (Wingra Dr. to Emil St.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Park St. (Park Lawn Pl. to Century Ave./CTH M)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         CTH M (Cross Country Rd. to N of CTH PD)



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                High Road (Century Ave. to Well #4/Tower)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Fitchrona Road (Nesbitt Rd. to Lacy Rd.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Deming Way (Terrace Ave. to USH 14)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Deming Way (USH 14 to Murphy Dr.)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Lacy Rd. (City Hall to Fahey Glen)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Madison Ped/Bike Safety 2010




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Madison Ped/Bike Safety 2012




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Ridesharing 2011




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ridesharing 2012




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ridesharing 2013
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Planning 2011




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Planning 2012




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Planning 2013
        I.   Consistency
             A. Must Be Based On Management Systems, Plans, TDP, RTP, Etc.                                             *                                                         *                                                    *                                                 *                                              *                            *                 *            *                                                                *                                             *                                     *                                                *                                                        *                                                      *                                               *                           *                 *                       *                                                  *                                            *                                         *                                          *                                        *                                             *                           *                 *
             B. Prevents System Breakdown or Key System Element (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                 6                                                         2                                                    2                                                 6                                              2                            2                 2            6                                                                6                                             2                                     2                                                4                                                        4                                                      4                                               2                           2                 2                       2                                                  6                                            2                                         2                                          2                                        4                                             2                           2                 2
A -13




        II. Improve Efficiency and Effectiveness of Reg. Transp. Sys.
             A. Safety and Security (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                             6                                                          2                                                   2                                                 2                                              6                           2                  6            2                                                                6                                             4                                     2                                                6                                                        2                                                      4                                              6                           2                  6                       2                                                  4                                            2                                         2                                          2                                        6                                            6                           2                  6
             B. Congestion Relief (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                               6                                                          2                                                   2                                                 2                                              2                           4                  2            2                                                                6                                             2                                     2                                                2                                                        2                                                      2                                              2                           4                  2                       2                                                  6                                            2                                         2                                          2                                        2                                            2                           4                  2
             C. Congestion Prevention (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2                           4                  2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2                           4                  2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2                           4                  2
             D. Cost Effective/Life Cycle Cost: Cost/# of people affected daily, then normalize (0-6)                 4                                                          4                                                    4                                                6                                               6                           6                  6            6                                                               4                                              2                                     4                                               4                                                        2                                                      2                                               6                           6                  6                       4                                                 4                                            4                                          4                                         4                                        4                                             6                           6                  6
             E. Multi-modal (>two modes=6, two modes=4, one mode=2)                                                   6                                                          6                                                    4                                                6                                               2                           2                  6            6                                                               6                                              6                                     6                                               6                                                        4                                                      6                                               2                           2                  6                       6                                                 4                                            4                                          4                                         4                                        6                                             2                           2                  6
             F. Degree of Multi-modal Use (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                      2                                                          2                                                    4                                                6                                               2                                              6            4                                                               2                                              2                                     2                                               4                                                        2                                                      2                                               2                                              6                       2                                                 2                                            2                                          2                                         2                                        4                                             2                                              6
             G. Preserves Existing System (6 points if applicable)                                                                                                               6                                                    6                                                6                                                                            6                              6                                                                                                              6                                     6                                               6                                                                                                                                                                                            6                                         6                                                                                              6                                          6                                         6                                        6                                                                          6
        III. System Expansion
             A. Demand: examples include volumes, load factors, etc. (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                            6                                                          2                                                   2                                                 2                                                                           2                              2                                                                6                                             2                                     2                                                2                                                        4                                                      4                                                                           2                                         2                                                  6                                            2                                         2                                          2                                        2                                                                         2
             B. Transp. Corridor Preservation ROW (endangered=6, major=4, minor=2)
        IV. External Impacts
             A. Federal and State TCM Effectiveness (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6                 6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              6                 6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               6                 6
             B. Supports Land Use: 1. Promotes increased density around transit stations; 2. Promotes                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2                 6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2                 6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2                 6
                more efficient land use; 3. Reduces auto dependence (all three=6, two=4, one=2)
             C. Energy Conservation/Modal Shift: Directly promotes shift from SOV (rail, bus, HOV,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2                            6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2                           6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2                           6
                or ped/bike)=6; indirect shift (park&ride lots, signal intercon., etc.)=4; low impact=2
             D. Air pollution reduction (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2                            4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2                           4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2                           4
             E. Noise Reduction (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2                            2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2                           2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2                           2
        V. Complexity of Project Prepartation
             High=6, Medium=4, Low=2                                                                                   6                                                          2                                                   2                                                 4                                              2                            2                 6            2                                                                6                                             4                                     4                                                4                                                        4                                                      6                                               2                           2                 6                       2                                                  4                                            2                                         2                                          2                                        4                                             2                           2                 6
        VI. Land Use and Transportation System Change Interrelationship
             High=6, Medium=4, Low=2                                                                                   6                                                          2                                                   2                                                 4                                              2                            2                 6            2                                                                6                                             2                                     2                                                2                                                        6                                                      4                                               2                           2                 6                       2                                                  6                                            4                                         2                                          4                                        2                                             2                           2                 6
        VII. Intermodal Connectivity
             > 3 modes=6, 3 modes=4, 2 modes=2
        TOTAL POINTS                                                                                      48                                                          30                                                    30                                               44                                                  32                             52                 54              38                                                 48                                                          32                                    32                                  40                                                      30                                                      34                                                    32                             52                 54              30                                                   42                                          30                                         28                                          30                                   40                                                 32                             52                 54
        RANK                                                                                              3                                                           7                                                     6                                                4                                                   5                              2                  1               6                                                  3                                                           9                                     8                                   4                                                       10                                                      7                                                     5                              2                  1               7                                                    3                                           8                                          9                                           6                                    4                                                  5                              2                  1
        Note: Shaded columns are non-programmed projects seeking STP-Urban supplemental funding should it become available.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    PRELIMINARY DRAFT

                                                                                                Jul-10                                                                                                                                                                           2014                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2015
             2011-2015 TIP/STP-URBAN PROJECTS SCORING                                                                                                       Roadway                                                                                                                                      Ped/Bike                             Other                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Roadway                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Ped/Bike                             Other




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                McKee Rd./CTH PD (1,000 E of CTH M to Maple Grove Rd.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Cottage Grove Rd. (I-39/90/94 to Relocated Sprecher Rd)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Parmenter St. (Century Ave./CTH M to Greenbriar Rd.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Buckeye Rd. (Monona Dr. to Stoughton Rd./USH 51)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mendota Ave. (University Ave. to Allen Blvd./CTH Q)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Branch St. (University Ave. to CTH M/Century Ave.)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Pleasant View Road (University Green to City Limit)
                                                                                                                                                                                                           CTH D/Fish Hatchery Rd. (Wingra Dr. to Emil St.)
                                                                                                          Allen Blvd./CTH Q (University Ave. to Lake St.)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Allen Blvd./CTH Q (University Ave. to Lake St.)
                                                                                                                                                             CTH M (N of CTH PD to S of Valley View Rd.)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Park Street (Park Lawn Pl. to Century Ave.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    High Road (Century Ave. to Well #4/Tower)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Parmenter St. (University Ave. to Lee St.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Fitchrona Road (Nesbitt Rd. to Lacy Rd.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              E. Johnson St. (N. Butler to N. Baldwin)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                E. Johnson St. (N. Butler to N. Baldwin)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Deming Way (Terrace Ave. to USH 14)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Deming Way (USH 14 to Murphy Dr.)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Lacy Rd. (City Hall to Fahey Glen)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Madison Ped/Bike Safety 2014




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Madison Ped/Bike Safety 2015
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Ridesharing 2014




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ridesharing 2015
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Planning 2014




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Planning 2015
        I.   Consistency
             A. Must Be Based On Management Systems, Plans, TDP, RTP, Etc.                                           *                                       *                                             *                                                           *                                       *                            *                 *                        *                                                 *                                                    *                                                    *                                           *                                     *                                             *                                          *                                           *                                        *                                         *                                                        *                                                  *                                               *                                                     *                                              *                                               *                            *                 *
             B. Prevents System Breakdown or Key System Element (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                               6                                       6                                             6                                                           6                                       2                            2                 2                        6                                                 2                                                    4                                                    4                                           2                                     2                                             2                                          2                                           6                                        2                                         6                                                        2                                                  2                                               4                                                     2                                              4                                               2                            2                 2
A -14




        II. Improve Efficiency and Effectiveness of Reg. Transp. Sys.
             A. Safety and Security (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                          2                                        4                                             2                                                           2                                       6                           2                  6                       2                                                  2                                                    2                                                   4                                            4                                     2                                             2                                          2                                           2                                        2                                         4                                                       2                                                   2                                               2                                                     2                                             4                                                6                           2                  6
             B. Congestion Relief (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                            2                                        6                                             2                                                           2                                       2                           4                  2                       2                                                  2                                                    2                                                   4                                            2                                     2                                             2                                          2                                           2                                        2                                         4                                                       2                                                   2                                               2                                                     2                                             2                                                2                           4                  2
             C. Congestion Prevention (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2                           4                  2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2                           4                  2
             D. Cost Effective/Life Cycle Cost: Cost/# of people affected daily, then normalize (0-6)               6                                        4                                             6                                                           4                                       6                           6                  6                       6                                                  4                                                   4                                                    4                                            2                                     4                                            4                                           4                                          4                                         2                                         4                                                       4                                                  4                                               2                                                      4                                             2                                                6                           6                  6
             E. Multi-modal (>two modes=6, two modes=4, one mode=2)                                                 6                                        4                                             6                                                           6                                       2                           2                  6                       6                                                  6                                                   6                                                    4                                            6                                     6                                            4                                           4                                          6                                         4                                         4                                                       6                                                  4                                               4                                                      4                                             6                                                2                           2                  6
             F. Degree of Multi-modal Use (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                    2                                        2                                             4                                                           6                                       2                                              6                       2                                                  2                                                   2                                                    2                                            2                                     2                                            2                                           2                                          6                                         2                                         2                                                       2                                                  4                                               2                                                      2                                             2                                                2                                              6
             G. Preserves Existing System (6 points if applicable)                                                  6                                                                                      6                                                           6                                                                    6                                         6                                                  6                                                   6                                                                                                 6                                     6                                            6                                           6                                          6                                         6                                                                                                 6                                                  6                                                                                                      6                                                                                                                           6
        III. System Expansion
             A. Demand: examples include volumes, load factors, etc. (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                          2                                       6                                             2                                                           2                                                                    2                                          2                                                 2                                                    2                                                    4                                           2                                     2                                             2                                          2                                           2                                        2                                         4                                                        2                                                  2                                               4                                                     2                                              4                                                                            2
             B. Transp. Corridor Preservation ROW (endangered=6, major=4, minor=2)
        IV. External Impacts
             A. Federal and State TCM Effectiveness (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6                 6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            6                 6
             B. Supports Land Use: 1. Promotes increased density around transit stations; 2. Promotes                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       2                 6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2                 6
                more efficient land use; 3. Reduces auto dependence (all three=6, two=4, one=2)
             C. Energy Conservation/Modal Shift: Directly promotes shift from SOV (rail, bus, HOV,                                                                                                                                                                                                             2                            6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2                            6
                or ped/bike)=6; indirect shift (park&ride lots, signal intercon., etc.)=4; low impact=2
             D. Air pollution reduction (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2                            4                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2                            4
             E. Noise Reduction (High=6, Med=4, Low=2)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2                            2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2                            2
        V. Complexity of Project Prepartation
             High=6, Medium=4, Low=2                                                                                 2                                       4                                             2                                                           4                                       2                            2                 6                        2                                                 2                                                    2                                                    4                                           4                                     4                                             2                                          2                                           4                                        2                                         4                                                        2                                                  2                                               4                                                     2                                              6                                               2                            2                 6
        VI. Land Use and Transportation System Change Interrelationship
             High=6, Medium=4, Low=2                                                                                 2                                       6                                             2                                                           2                                       2                            2                 6                        2                                                 2                                                    2                                                    6                                           2                                     2                                             4                                          2                                           2                                        6                                         6                                                        2                                                  2                                               6                                                     2                                              4                                               2                            2                 6
        VII. Intermodal Connectivity
             > 3 modes=6, 3 modes=4, 2 modes=2
        TOTAL POINTS                                                                                      36                                                42                                             38                                                 40                                         32                             52                 54              36                                                30                                                   32                                                 36                                                        32                                    32                                  30                                         28                                          40                                         30                                   38                                                       30                                                    30                                            30                                                      28                                           34                                                    32                             52                 54
        RANK                                                                                              7                                                 3                                              4                                                  6                                          5                              2                  1               5                                                 13                                                   9                                                  7                                                         11                                    10                                  14                                         19                                          3                                          12                                   4                                                        16                                                    15                                            17                                                      18                                           8                                                     6                              2                  1
        Note: Shaded columns are non-programmed projects seeking STP-Urban supplemental funding should it become available.
TPB (MPO) Agenda Cover Sheet                                                       Item No. 8
August 4, 2010

Re:
Consideration of Release of Draft 2011-2015 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for
the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County for Public Review and Comment


Staff Comments on Item:
Staff has received TIP project submittals from WisDOT, Dane County, and local units of
government and is compiling them into a complete coordinated listing of projects programmed
or planned for implementation in the next five-year period. A meeting is scheduled for July 28
with WisDOT, Dane County, and City of Madison staff to review and work out discrepancies in
joint projects or local projects partially funded with federal and/or state funds. Staff also expects
to receive applications for Statewide Multi-Modal Improvement Program funding the week of
August 2, and will add those projects. The draft TIP is expected to be ready to release for
review and comment on August 9 or 10.

A public information meeting is scheduled for August 18 and a public hearing on the TIP will
be held at the Board’s next meeting on September 1. Action on the TIP is anticipated at the
Board’s October meeting.


Materials Presented on Item:
None



Staff Recommendation/Rationale:
Staff recommends approval to release the draft TIP for public review and comment.
TPB (MPO) Agenda Cover Sheet                                                  Item No. 9
August 4, 2010

Re:
Consideration of Resolution TPB No. 42 Approving Amendment to the 2010 Unified Planning
Work Program and Budget


Staff Comments on Item:
MPO staff is requesting an amendment to the 2010 Work Program and Budget. The amendment
is being sought to amend the work program budget to transfer $54,700 from MPO staff person-
months to Consulting Services to allow hiring a consultant to assist MPO staff in completing
enhancements to the federally required Congestion Management Process, including preparation
of a Congestion Management Plan report. A total of 5.23 staff person-months is being reduced
from the Surveillance and Transportation System Management (TSM) Planning Work
Elements. The total Work Program Budget will not change, and in fact we will still end up well
below the budget in terms of expenditures.
The MPO Planning Manager position was vacant for the first six months of the year. With the
promotion of the Planner 3 to the Manager position, the Planner 3 position will now be open for
several months. Some of the salary savings from these positions being open will be used to hire
the consultant. Due to being short of staff, MPO staff would otherwise have a difficult time
completing the CMP on time along with the other required work, including the Transit
Development Plan and the update to the Regional Transportation Plan.


Materials Presented on Item:
   1. Resolution TPB No. 42 with attached Work Program Revision Sheet and Revised Work
      Program Budget Table



Staff Recommendation/Rationale:
Staff recommends approval.
                                       Resolution TPB No. 42
              Approving Amendment to the 2010 Unified Planning Work Program and Budget


         WHEREAS preparation and adoption of a Unified Planning Work Program is a requirement for receiving various
Federal and state planning financial assistance; and

         WHEREAS the Unified Planning Work Program for the Madison Area Transportation Planning Board (TPB) is
annually updated, and the 2010 Work Program dated November 2009 was approved on November 4, 2009; and

         WHEREAS planning grants for 2010 planning activities have been received, including funds from the Federal Transit
Administration, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), Dane County,
and various local governmental units; and

         WHEREAS the Madison Area TPB is a legally constituted entity under the laws of the State of Wisconsin and is
legally able to receive these funds; and

         WHEREAS the Transportation Planning Manager position was vacant for the first six months of the year and the
Transportation Planner 3 position will be vacant for several months following the appointment of the Planner 3 to the Manager
position; and

         WHEREAS due to being short staffed the MPO needs to hire a consultant to assist MPO staff in completing federally
required enhancements to the MPO’s Congestion Management Process and a CMP report by November 2011 as required by
the 2009-’10 Federal Certification Review of the MPO;

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Madison Area TPB approves an Amendment to the 2010
Unified Planning Work Program and the 2010-2012 Overall Program Design Report dated November 2009 adding $54,700 to
Consulting Services, and reducing 5.23 staff person-months from Surveillance Activities and TSM Planning as outlined on the
attached Revision Sheet and Budget Table, dated August 2010; and

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transportation Planning Manager is authorized and directed to submit the
work program and budget amendment to WisDOT and FHWA for approval and execute necessary contracts on behalf of the
Madison Area Transportation Planning Board; and

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Transportation Planning Manager of the Madison Area Transportation
Planning Board is authorized to file appropriate supporting documents and requisitions and to perform other duties and acts that
may be required as part of these contracts; and

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the planning agency agrees to abide by all the provisions, terms, and conditions
of said contracts; and

        BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, in accordance with 23 CFR 450.334(a) the Madison Area Transportation Board
hereby certifies that the metropolitan transportation planning process is addressing major issues facing the metropolitan
planning area and is being conducted in accordance with all applicable requirements of:

         1.   23 U.S.C. 134 and 49 U.S.C. 5303, and this subpart;
         2.   Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (42 USC 2000d-1) and 49 CFR part 21;
         3.   49 USC 5332, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, ex, or age in
              employment or business opportunity;
         4.   Sections 1101(b) of the SAFETEA-LU (Pub. L. 109-59) and 49 CFR Part 26 regarding the involvement of
              disadvantaged business enterprises in the US DOT funded projects;
         5.   23 CFR part 230, regarding the implementation of an equal employment opportunity program on Federal and
              Federal-aid highway construction contracts;
         6.   The provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.) and 49 CFR Parts 27, 37,
              and 38;
         7.   The Older Americans Act, as amended (42 U.S.C 6101), prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age in
              programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance;
       8.   Section 324 of title 23, U.S.C regarding the prohibition of discrimination based on gender; and
       9.   Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 794) and 49 CFR 27 regarding discrimination against
            individuals with disabilities.




               ______________                                       _________________________________
Date Adopted                                                        Al Matano, Chair
                                                                       August 2010


               Madison Area Transportation Planning Board
               A Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
             2010 Unified Planning Work Program Amendment

                                Revision Sheet

1. Page 13-14: Work Element 2110, Surveillance

   Add the following sentence to the 1st bullet on Page 14 regarding the collection
   and analysis of data for the enhancement of the Congestion Management Process
   (CMP): “A consultant will be hired to assist MPO staff with the CMP, including
   data collection and analysis.”

   Reduce the staff person-months for 2010 from 10.0 to 7.77.


2. Page 17-18: Work Element 2210, Transportation System Management (TSM)
   Planning

   Add the following sentence to the 4th bullet regarding the enhancement of the
   Congestion Management Process (CMP) and preparation of a report documenting
   CMP activities: “A consultant will be hired to assist MPO staff with the CMP,
   including preparation of a report.”

   Reduce the staff person-months for 2010 from 4.4 to 1.4.


3. Page 34: Modify the Budget and Work Program Elements Table as shown on the
   attached revised table.
       PROPOSED 2010 MADISON AREA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING BOARD BUDGET AND WORK PROGRAM ELEMENTS                                                                                                                                                                August 4, 2010
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     REVISED
                                                                                                                                                                  MADISON AREA TPB

WORK                                                           WDOT                       FHWA              MPO/       FHWA     MPO/      FTA             MPO/      FTA              MPO/      STP      MPO/     OTHER PROGRAMS           TOTAL                     MPO
ELEMENT                                                        Work      PERSON         PL FUNDS   WDOT     Local    PL FUNDS   Local    5303     WDOT    Local    5307     WDOT     Local    URBAN     Local    (See        MPO/          MPO      Total         PROGRAM
NUMBER                                                        Element MONTHS              80.0%    10.0%    10.0%      80.0%    20.0%    80.0%    10.0%   10.0%    80.0%    10.0%    10%      80.0%     20.0%    key) OTHER  Local         Non-     MPO/           TOTAL
                                                             Percent (5)                                                                                                            (Metro)                                                Local    Local

2000          TRANSPORTATION
2100          MULTI-MODAL SYSTEM WIDE PLNG.
       2110     Surveillance activities                       50 % LR
                                                              50% SR      7.77            39,090    4,886    4,886      5,461    1,365    7,164    896      896     5,709     714      714      7,881    1,970                             71,800    9,830             81,631
       2120     Plan Reappraisal activities                   100% LR     8.00            37,890    4,736    4,736      5,233    1,308                              7,350     919      919      4,508    1,129                             60,636    8,092
                                                                                  (1)     10,862    1,358    1,358      1,419      355                                                                                                     13,639    1,713             84,080
       2130     Transp. Admin/Service                        100% Ad     10.00            43,608    5,451    5,451      6,017    1,504    6,611    826      826                                27,844    6,961                             90,358   14,742            105,100
2200          TRANSP. SYST. MNGMT. ELEM. (TSM)               100% SR                                                                                                                                                                                                        0
       2210     Trans. syst. mngmt. (TSM) plng.                           1.40             8,006    1,001    1,001      1,037     259     1,412     177     177     1,317     165       165                                                13,115    1,601             14,716
       2220     Short range transit planning                              4.35                                                           24,439   3,055   3,055    12,136   1,517     1,517                                                41,147    4,572             45,719
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0
2300          SPECIALIZED TRANSP COORDINATION                100% SR      2.40                                                            1,339    167      167     8,560   1,070     1,070                      (4)    12,850             23,986    1,237             25,224
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                0        0                  0
2400          TRANS. IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP)               100% TIP     4.00            21,615    2,702    2,702      2,976      744    3,575    447      447     5,464     684      684                                                 37,463    4,577             42,040
2500          CORRIDOR & AREA STUDIES                         50% LR              (1)     10,862    1,358    1,358      1,419      355                                                                                                     13,639    1,713
       2510     Corridor & area studies- general              50% SR     10.00            37,165    4,646    4,646      5,150    1,288                                                         29,485    7,369                             76,446   13,303            105,100
       2520     Corridor Major Alternatives Analysis-Staff                5.19                                                                                                                 43,630   10,912                             43,630   10,912             54,542
2600          RAIL CORRIDOR STUDIES                          100% SR      0.20             1,529     191      191        152       38                                                                                                       1,872      229              2,102
2700          AIR TRANSPORTATION PLANNING                    100% SR      0.20             1,529     191      191        152       38                                                                                                       1,872      229              2,102
2800          OTHER TRNSP. SPECIAL STUDIES                   100% SR                                                                                                                                                                                                        0
       2801     Bikeway planning                                          2.00             9,165    1,146    1,146      1,265     316                                                           6,386    1,597                             17,961    3,059             21,020
       2802     Other trans. spec. studies                                0.20             1,529      191      191        152      38                                                                                                       1,872      229              2,102
       2810     Ridesharing- STP Urban MPO staff                          8.09                                                                                                                                   (2)    68,000   17,000    68,000   17,000             85,000
       2810     Ridesharing- STP Urban materials/adv.                     0.00                                                                                                                                   (2)     1,600      400     1,600      400              2,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (3)    12,000             12,000        0             12,000
       2811     Rideshare TDM Project - MPO staff                         0.14                                                                                                                                   (6)     1,500              1,500        0              1,500
       2811     Rideshare TDM Project - Materials/adv.                    0.00                                                                                                                                   (6)         0                  0        0                  0
       2812     Capital Area RPC                                          1.43                                                                                                                                   (7)    15,000             15,000        0             15,000
4000            OTHER DIRECT COSTS
       4010     Per Diem and mileage                                                                                                                                                                                                            0        0                  0
       4020     Travel expenses                                                              531       66       66                          376     47       47                                                                             1,020      113              1,134
       4030     Congestion Management Project (Consultant)                                28,393    3,549    3,549      3,791     948     4,788    637      637     4,464     557      557      2,266     566                              48,444    6,256             54,700
       4050     Special Printing
       4060     Aerial Photography                                                                                                                                                                                                             0            0               0

SUMMARY OF TOTAL COSTS BY TYPE
    TOTAL PERSON-MONTHS                                                  65.37
    MPO STAFF CONSULTING & CONTRACTS                                                      28,393    3,549    3,549      3,791     948     4,788     637     637     4,464     557      557      2,266     566 (6)(7)    16,500        0    64,945    6,256             71,200
    DATA PROCESSING & MATERIALS, ETC.                                                          0        0        0                            0       0       0                                                         13,600      400    13,600      400             14,000
    OTHER DIRECT COSTS (MINUS CMP CONSULTANT)                                                531       66       66          0        0      376      47      47         0       0         0         0        0               0        0     1,020      113              1,134
    STAFF                                                                                222,853   27,857   27,857     30,432    7,608   44,836   5,566   5,566    40,536   5,069     5,069   119,734   29,938          80,850   17,000   577,733   93,038            670,771


TOTAL COST                                                                               251,777   31,472   31,472     34,223    8,556   50,000   6,250   6,250    45,000   5,626     5,626   122,000   30,504         110,950   17,400   657,298   99,807            757,105

(1) FHWA PL (80%), WISDOT (10%), MPO (10%) MODELING.
(2) STP Urban Rideshare (80%) MPO (20%)
(3) RIDESHARE ADV. WDOT, WDOA, MTD
(4) Dane County
(5) LR = Long Range; SR = Short Range, AD = Administration; TIP = TIP
(6) Rideshare TDM Project: Madison Parking Utililty
(7) Capital Area Regional Planning Commission

				
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