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                                                      AGENDA

                              TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION

                                          McNease Convention Center
                                            500 Rio Concho Drive
                                           San Angelo, Texas 76903

                                                    THURSDAY
                                                    July 30, 2009

                   9:00 A.M.         CONVENE MEETING

                   Receive comments from area public officials, community and civic leaders, and
                   private citizens. Report by the San Angelo District.
                   The district will present a video highlighting projects, safety and maintenance activities, and interviews with
                   key officials throughout the region. The district engineer will discuss district employee’s support during
                   statewide emergencies, assistance with engineering design to bordering districts, and the buddy-district
                   concept. Local officials will also speak about area transportation activities.

Approved    1.     Approval of Minutes of the June 24, 2009 and June 25, 2009 meetings of the Texas
                   Transportation Commission

            2.     Management
                   a.   Discussion on the status of the independent management and organizational review
                        of the department.
                            At its June 2009 meeting the commission authorized staff to enter into a contract with Grant
                            Thornton to conduct a thorough review of the department’s operations. At that meeting, the
                            commission requested that the consultant provide regular updates on the status of review and any
                            issues identified during development of the final recommendations/report.
                   b.       Discussion of a proposed approach to the development of the department’s
                            strategic plan, the transportation planning process, and the Texas Transportation
                            Plan and related coordinated public outreach efforts for those activities and the
                            management and organizational review of the department. (Report)
                            The staff will brief the commission on the general approach planned for the development of the
                            department's strategic plan, the transportation planning process, and the Texas Transportation
                            Plan. Within that context, the discussion will provide details on coordinated efforts to solicit public
                            input to those activities and the management and organizational review of the department.




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             3.     Aviation
111881              Various Counties – Award federal grant funding for airport improvement projects at
                    various locations (MO)
                    Federal law authorizes the award of federal funding to preserve and improve the state's general aviation
                    system. The airports listed in Exhibit A are eligible for award of these grant funds and AVN seeks approval
                    of the awards.

             4.     Public Transportation
111882              a.     El Paso County – Negotiate and award federal §5304 funds, Statewide
                           Transportation Planning Program, and state funds to El Paso County Rural Transit
                           District to support operation of a demonstration project for commuter bus
                           service between El Paso, Texas, and Las Cruces, New Mexico (MO)
                            The New Mexico Department of Transportation and TxDOT are jointly participating in a
                            demonstration project to fund commuter bus service for the corridor between El Paso, Texas and
                            Las Cruces, New Mexico. The funds awarded in this minute order will provide Texas funding in
                            support of one year of service operations. El Paso County Rural Transit District will be the local
                            Texas fiscal agent.
111883              b.      Various Counties – Negotiate and award federal §5304 funds, Statewide
                            Transportation Planning Program, and state matching funds to designated lead
                            agencies to support continuation of coordinated regional public transportation
                            planning for FY 2010 (MO)
                            The awards identified in this minute order reflect the allocation of federal grant funds from the
                            Federal Transit Administration §5304, Statewide Transportation Planning Program and state
                            matching funds. Funding is awarded to locally designated lead agencies to fund their efforts in
                            continuing public transportation planning.

             5.     American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
111879              a.    Discussion of the status of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
                          project delivery, and approve changes to the list of preventive maintenance and
                          rehabilitation additional projects previously approved for funding from Texas’
                          portion of the ARRA (MO)
                            The ARRA created an economic stimulus package that provides for investment in transportation
                            infrastructure projects. Staff will update the commission on the department’s efforts to deliver
                            ARRA-funded projects to construction letting. The commission approved additional preventive
                            maintenance and rehabilitation projects to be funded under the program in Minute Order 111848,
                            dated June 25, 2009. This agenda item will allow the commission to make changes to that list of
                            previously approved additional preventive maintenance and rehabilitation projects.
Cancelled           b.      Approve candidate transportation projects for submission to the U.S. Department
                            of Transportation for funding from the Transportation Investment Generating
                            Economic Recovery (TIGER) discretionary grant portion of the ARRA (MO) canceled
                            The ARRA created an economic stimulus package that provides for investment in transportation
                            infrastructure projects. This agenda item will allow the commission to approve a list of specific
                            transportation projects across the state to be submitted to the Secretary of Transportation for
                            evaluation and consideration for funding under the TIGER discretionary grant program.




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            5.     American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) (continued)
111880             c.    Approve candidate high-speed and intercity passenger rail projects for submission
                         to the Federal Railroad Administration for funding under the HSIPR Program
                         (MO)
                           This agenda item will allow the commission to approve a list of high-speed and intercity passenger
                           rail projects across the state to be submitted to the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) for
                           evaluation and consideration for the HSIPR Grant Program. The program is funded under the
                           American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the Department of Transportation Appropriations
                           Acts of 2008 and 2009. The department submitted pre-applications to the FRA on July 10, 2009.
                           The minute order would authorize submission of the complete applications.

            6.     Keep Texas Beautiful
111884             Discussion of the Keep Texas Beautiful Governor’s Community Achievement Awards
                   Program (GCAA) and approve increase of funding for the awards (MO)
                   The landscape incentive funding for the awards program is currently $1 million per year; this minute order
                   would increase funding to $2 million per year beginning with the 2010 GCAA.

            7.     Promulgation of Administrative Rules Under Title 43, Texas Administrative Code, and
                   the Administrative Procedure Act, Government Code, Chapter 2001:
                   a.    Final Adoption
                         Chapter 9 – Contract Management (MO)
111885                   Amendments to §9.114, Opportunity for Formal Hearing (Contractor Sanctions)
                           The proposed rule amends §9.114, Opportunity for Formal Hearing, to clarify that contractors are
                           allowed to request a formal hearing for any type of sanction. Previous revisions to Subchapter G
                           inadvertently omitted the procedure for requesting a formal hearing for Level 1 sanctions. A
                           Level 1 sanction is a 50 percent reduction in bidding capacity.

                   b.      Proposed Adoption
                           (to be published in the Texas Register for public comment)
                           Chapter 30 – Aviation (MO)
111886                     Repeal of §30.101, Scheduled Intrastate Air Passenger Carriers, §30.102, United
                           States Certificated Air Carriers, §30.103, Nonscheduled Air Carriers, and §30.104,
                           All-Cargo Air Carriers (Air Carriers)
                           Proposed repeal of rules concerning regulation of air carriers due to the repeal of a statute by the
                           81st Legislature at its regular session in 2009.

            8.     Toll Road Policy
111887             Travis, Williamson and Smith Counties – Authorize the development of a one-time
                   policy for establishing a toll violation amnesty period, under which a percentage of
                   administrative fees related to toll violations on certain state toll projects will be discharged
                   for those customers paying the total amount of tolls due and opening a TxTag account
                   (MO)
                   The commission and the department are considering establishing a toll violation amnesty period, which will
                   involve the discharge of a percentage of administrative fees related to toll violations in return for a
                   customer's payment of the total amount of tolls due and opening a TxTag account. The proposed amnesty
                   period is anticipated to enhance the collection of outstanding toll revenue due and increase the number of
                   tolls paid with a TxTag, the lowest cost and most reliable transaction. Customers that do not resolve
                   outstanding violations during the amnesty period will be subject to further collection efforts and,
                   potentially, court action.




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            9.     Toll Projects
111888             a.     Harris County – Consider preliminary approval of a request for financial
                          assistance from Harris County to pay for a portion of the costs of constructing a 4-
                          lane, controlled-access toll road running north-south for 15.4 miles on SH 99
                          Segment E (Grand Parkway) from I-10W to US 290 in northwest Harris County
                          (MO)
                            Harris County submitted an application for financial assistance seeking a grant of funds to pay for
                            a portion of the costs to construct Segment E of the Grand Parkway. The financial assistance
                            would include $165 million from state ARRA funds and $16 million from metropolitan planning
                            organization ARRA funds for a total of $181 million in ARRA funding. The remaining funding
                            required to construct this project will come from Harris County equity and revenue bond proceeds.
111889             b.       Tarrant County – Consider final approval of a request for financing from the
                            North Texas Tollway Authority to pay certain construction and right of way costs
                            related to the crossing of the Southwest Parkway, a toll project from I-30 to
                            Altamesa Boulevard in the city of Fort Worth, over the Union Pacific Railroad
                            Davidson Rail Yard in Tarrant County (MO)
                            NTTA has requested a grant of funds in the amount of $49.87 million to fund a portion of the $95
                            million in costs the NTTA and the City of Fort Worth have committed to pay under the Formal
                            Agreement of January 2009 with the Union Pacific Railroad. Under the agreement, NTTA and the
                            City of Fort Worth will pay $95 million to Union Pacific for right of way and other costs related to
                            the Southwest Parkway’s crossing of the Davidson Rail Yard. The Regional Transportation
                            Council approved the use of $49.87 million in Surface Transportation Program - Metropolitan
                            Mobility (STP - MM) funds for this purpose on June 11, 2009. The commission issued an order on
                            June 25, 2009 granting preliminary approval of the application.

            10.    Proposition 14 Bond Projects
111890             Approval of eligible activities associated with projects to be funded with the proceeds of
                   State Highway Fund revenue bonds issued under Transportation Code, Section 222.003
                   (Proposition 14 bonds) (MO)
                   The commission previously approved a list of projects to be funded with the proceeds of Proposition 14
                   bonds issued pursuant to Minute Order 111514, dated August 29, 2008. This minute order approves the
                   use of remaining and unobligated bond proceeds for construction cost overruns on previously authorized
                   projects, new construction projects (including right of way acquisition, preliminary development activities,
                   construction engineering and change orders) and as a source of matching federal funds.

            11.    Transportation Planning
111891             Create a Rulemaking Advisory Committee to advise the department on drafting rules for
                   its transportation planning and project development program and appoint members of the
                   committee (MO)
                   This minute order authorizes the creation of a rulemaking advisory committee to assist the department in
                   drafting comprehensive rules for its transportation planning and project development program, including
                   the planning process for long-range, mid-range, and short-range terms, procedures for selection of
                   projects, establishment of program funding categories, and creation of formulas for the allocation of funds.




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            12.    Traffic Operations
111892             a.     Approve funding for the 2010 Highway Safety Plan (MO)
                            TxDOT implements an annual Highway Safety Performance Plan (HSPP). Federal funds are
                            allocated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and are used for traffic safety
                            projects identified as part of the HSPP. This MO includes the traffic safety program areas and the
                            allocation amounts for the FY 2010 HSPP.
111893             b.       Tarrant County – Authorize temporary reversible lane operation for a section of
                            SH 180 & FM 157 (MO)
                            Authorize temporary reassignment of lane operations including possible one-way operation or
                            reversible operation on a section of SH 180 and FM 157 during events at Cowboys Stadium and
                            other large venues within the Arlington Entertainment District.

            13.    Transfer of Property
111894             Polk County – US 59, 0.82 mile north of US 190 in Livingston – Approve the
                   transfer of real property to Polk County in compliance with Senate Bill 1670 (MO)
                   SB 1670 was passed by the legislature and requires the state to transfer to Polk County 10.549 acres of land
                   to be used by the county for a purpose that benefits the public interest of the state. The property includes
                   both fee simple and easement interests, and the state is to be reimbursed for the department’s actual costs to
                   acquire the property.

            14.    Finance
111895             a.    Adopt the 2010 Operating Budget (MO)
                            This minute order adopts the department’s annual operating budget as prescribed by the General
                            Appropriations Act.
111896             b.       Approval of the execution of credit agreements and a revised offering
                            memorandum for the State Highway Fund commercial paper note program (MO)
                            To market the department's commercial paper notes, a credit agreement is required. The
                            department's commercial paper notes are payable from biennial appropriations, and the notes and
                            any related obligations may not have a term of more than two years. The department has
                            scheduled the two-year period to coincide with the end of a biennium. Accordingly, at the end of
                            each biennium, the department must renew or replace the credit agreements that relate to the
                            notes. If the credit agreement is replaced, the commercial paper must be remarketed with a
                            new offering memorandum.

            15.    State Infrastructure Bank
                   a.     Final Approval
111897                    Travis County – Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) –
                          Consider granting final approval of an application from the CTRMA to borrow
                          $31.61 million from the State Infrastructure Bank to pay for certain costs of
                          Segment 1A of the 290E Toll Project in Travis County, from just east of US 183,
                          easterly to just east of Springdale Road (MO)
                            The CTRMA is requesting a SIB loan to provide partial funding for right-of-way acquisition and
                            final design for Segment 1A of the 290 East Toll Project.




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            15.    State Infrastructure Bank (continued)
                   b.     Preliminary Approval
111898                    (1)    Burnet County – City of Burnet – Consider granting preliminary approval
                                 of an application from the City of Burnet to borrow $1.02 million from the
                                 State Infrastructure Bank to pay for replacement of utilities along US 281
                                 and the relocation of utilities along SH 29 in Burnet County (MO)
                                     The City of Burnet is requesting a SIB loan to pay for utility rehabilitation and relocation
                                     costs during the TxDOT rehabilitation of US 281 and SH 29. The projects are a part of
                                     the 2009 Transportation Improvement Plan.
111899                      (2)      Montgomery County – City of Splendora – Consider granting preliminary
                                     approval of an application from the City of Splendora to borrow $600,000
                                     from the State Infrastructure Bank to pay for certain costs of relocating
                                     water, sewer, and gas lines along US 59 (MO)
                                     The City of Splendora is proposing to relocate and deepen existing water mains, gas
                                     mains, and sanitary sewer force mains, sanitary sewer gravity mains, and existing
                                     sanitary sewer lift station during improvements to the US 59 widening project.

            16.    Obligation Limit Report
                   Status report on the FY 2009 Obligation Limit and report on the actual July 2009 and
                   proposed August 2009 highway maintenance and construction contract letting.
                   This report will describe the overall obligation status of the FY 2009 Obligation Limit and will also provide
                   a status report concerning the actual monthly obligation limit of highway maintenance and construction
                   letting including variances and number of bidders per contract.

            17.    Contracts
                   a.    Award or Reject Highway Improvement Contracts
                            Proposed MO will conditionally award contract(s) to low bidders allowing the department to enter
                            into contract(s) for highway improvements, or reject all bids for select projects, allowing the
                            department to re-bid those projects. Conditions required for award may include securing of
                            funding from other sources and the contractor's ability to meet federal DBE contracting
                            requirements.
111900                      (1)      Highway Maintenance and Department Building Construction (see
                                     attached itemized list) (MO)
111901                      (2)      Highway and Transportation Enhancement Building Construction
                                     (see attached itemized list) (MO)

            18.    Routine Minute Orders
                   a.    Donations to the Department
111902                   (1)   Bryan District – Consider a donation from Texas Westmoreland Coal Co.
                               of preliminary engineering services, complete plans, specifications,
                               estimates, and construction funds (MO)
                                     The donation will enable the department to let, manage and construct a concrete haul
                                     road crossing on SH 164 in Freestone, County.




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            18.    Routine Minute Orders (continued)
                   a.    Donations to the Department
111903                   (2)   Various Offices – Acknowledge a donation from AGC of Texas,
                               Highway, Heavy, Utilities & Industrial Branch for department employees’
                               travel expenses to speak and participate in the AGC of Texas – 2009
                               Administrative Conference. The meeting was held in South Padre Island,
                               Texas from July 16-19, 2009 (MO)
                                 Presentations made at the conference shared department requirements and expectations
                                 imposed by ARRA, instruction on electronic bid submissions and DBE process relating to
                                 department contracts.

                   b.    Eminent Domain Proceedings
111904                   Various Counties – noncontrolled and controlled access highways (see attached
                         itemized list) (MO)
                         Commission findings, determinations, and authorizations for the state to acquire by eminent
                         domain, upon the payment of adequate and just compensation, various ownership interests in
                         specific parcels of real property that are needed to develop or improve both non-controlled and
                         controlled access state highways, to include requesting the state attorney general to bring and
                         pursue condemnation suits relating to those specific parcels of real property described in the
                         attached itemized list, for which negotiations with the property owners were unsuccessful.

                   c.    Finance
111905                   (1)   Accept the Quarterly Cash Report (MO)
                                 This minute order approves the quarterly cash report relating to the cash receipts and
                                 disbursements of the department. The report is required by statute and was prepared
                                 using a cash basis of accounting.
111906                   (2)     Accept the Quarterly Investment Report (MO)
                                 This minute order accepts the quarterly investment report for investments of funds relating
                                 to financing of the Central Texas Turnpike System and held by the Bank of New York
                                 Mellon, acting as trustee.

                   d.    Load Zones & Postings
                         Various Counties – Revise load restrictions on the state highway system:
111907                   (1)   Roadways (MO)
111908                   (2)   Bridges (MO)
                         This minute order authorizes the placement, revision, or removal of load postings on various
                         bridges on the state-maintained highway system.

                   e.    Right of Way Dispositions and Donations
                         The commission must approve the sales, transfers and exchanges of state rights of way and other
                         real properties that are no longer needed for a state highway purpose. It must also approve,
                         accept and acknowledge donations to the state of real property that is valued at $500 or more.
111909                   (1)     Callahan County – FM 604 southwest of Clyde – Consider the sale of
                                 surplus right of way to the abutting landowner (MO)
                                 In response to a request from the abutting landowner, the district has determined that
                                 certain land is no longer needed for a highway purpose due to a design change. The
                                 county has no interest in acquiring the surplus land, and it may be sold to the abutting
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            18.    Routine Minute Orders (continued)
                   e.    Right of Way Dispositions and Donations
111910                   (2)    Collin County – FM 546 south of Elm Street in McKinney – Consider the
                                sale of surplus right of way to the abutting landowner (MO)
                                  In response to a request from the abutting landowner, the district has determined that
                                  certain land is no longer needed for a highway purpose due to highway realignment. The
                                  city has no interest in acquiring the surplus land, and it may be sold to the abutting
                                  landowner.
111911                    (3)     Gillespie County – US 290 at Reeh-Weinheimer Road west of
                                  Fredericksburg – Consider the exchange of right of way (MO)
                                  A reconstruction project is underway and new land is needed to widen the highway. The
                                  owner of the new land has proposed conveying the needed land to the state in exchange
                                  for land that is no longer needed for a highway purpose.
111912                    (4)     Harris County – I-10 at Memorial Brook Drive in Houston – Consider the
                                  sale of surplus access rights to the abutting landowner (MO)
                                  The sale of a break in the control-of-access line will allow the abutting landowner to open
                                  a driveway of 99.02 feet for access to the highway frontage road.
111913                    (5)     Lubbock County – US 82 west of SH Loop 289 in Lubbock – Consider
                                  the exchange of right of way (MO)
                                  New right of way is needed for a highway improvement project. Due to a design change,
                                  surplus right of way has been identified. The owner of the new land is willing to accept
                                  the surplus land as consideration and in exchange for the conveyance of the new land to
                                  the state.
111914                    (6)     Travis County – US 290 at FM 973 east of Manor – Consider the
                                  exchange with an abutting landowner of surplus right of way for new right
                                  of way (MO)
                                  FM 973 is proposed to be relocated and extended south of US 290 east of Manor. A
                                  landowner has proposed conveying needed land to the state in exchange for land that has
                                  been identified as surplus for a state highway purpose.
111915                    (7)     Victoria County – SH Loop 175 at Hill Road in Telferner – Consider the
                                  sale of a surplus easement (MO)
                                  In response to a request from the underlying fee owners, the district has determined an
                                  easement interest in certain land is no longer needed for highway purposes due to a
                                  design change. The surplus easement may be sold to the underlying fee owner.

                   f.     Speed Zones
111916                    Various Counties – Establish or alter regulatory and construction speed zones on
                          various sections of highways in the state (MO)
                          This minute order establishes or alters regulatory and construction speed zones on various
                          sections of highways in the state.

            19.    Executive Session Pursuant to Government Code, Chapter 551
                   Section 551.071 – Consultation with and advice from legal counsel regarding any item on
                   this agenda




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       OPEN COMMENT PERIOD – At the conclusion of all other agenda items, the commission
       will allow an open comment period, not to exceed one hour, to receive public comment on any
       other matter that is under the jurisdiction of the commission. No action will be taken. Each
       speaker will be allowed a maximum of three minutes. Speakers must be signed up prior to the
       beginning of the open comment period.

       ADJOURN
                                            ***
       NOTE:
       Enumerated agenda items are assigned numbers for ease of reference only, and will not
       necessarily be considered by the commission in that particular order. Items identified with
       (MO) for minute order are those upon which the commission is considering an action.

       Persons with special needs or disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary
       aids or services are requested to contact Dee Hernandez at (512) 305-9536 at least three
       working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.




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                        TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEETING
                                     ATTACHED LISTS
                                       July 30, 2009

       HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS-STATE
       LET AGENDA ITEM 17.a.(1)
                COUNTY          HIGHWAY     CONTROLLING
       DIST     NAME            NUMBER      PROJECT NO.
       DAL      COLLIN          US 75       RMC - 617484001
       DAL      DALLAS          US 75       RMC - 619600001

       HOU           HARRIS                 IH 45               RMC - 619465001
       HOU           HARRIS                 IH 610              RMC - 615897001

       LRD           DUVAL                  SH 359              RMC - 619212001

       PAR           HOPKINS                IH 30               RMC – 619326001

       PHR           HIDALGO                                    CBC - 470400884

       WAC           BELL                   US 190              RMC - 619609001
       WAC           MCLENNAN               US 84               RMC - 619608001

       HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
       CONTRACTS-STATE LET AGENDA ITEM 17.a.(2)
                COUNTY          HIGHWAY         CONTROLLING
       DIST     NAME            NUMBER          PROJECT NO.
       ABL      CALLAHAN        SH 36           STP2009(804)ES

       AMA           SHERMAN                US 287              HP 2009(744)

       AUS           BASTROP                SH 21               CC 471-5-35
       AUS           WILLIAMSON             VA                  STP 2005(206)

       BRY           BRAZOS                 SH 6                BR 2009(878)
       BRY           ROBERTSON              FM 1644             C 2337-1-18




       * Project numbers with an xxxx(xxx)ES, in the suffix denotes ARRA projects.




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       HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
       CONTRACTS-STATE LET AGENDA ITEM 17.a.(2)
                COUNTY          HIGHWAY         CONTROLLING
       DIST     NAME            NUMBER          PROJECT NO.
       CRP      JIM WELLS       US 281          STP 2009(647)ES
       CRP      KLEBERG         US 77           STP 2009(812)HES
       CRP      LIVE OAK        US 59           STP 2009(646)ES
       CRP      NUECES          FM 70           BR 2009(813)
       CRP      NUECES          US 77           HP 2009(811)
       CRP      SAN PATRICIO    US 77           STP 2009(805)ES

       DAL           DALLAS                 IH 345              BR 2009(019)
       DAL           DALLAS                 SH 114              NH 2008(732)
       DAL           DALLAS                 SP 366              DMO 2007(383)ESTE
       DAL           ELLIS                  BI 45-G             STP 2009(801)ES
       DAL           ELLIS                  CR                  BR 2008(536)ES
       DAL           ELLIS                  CS                  BR 2007(710)ES
       DAL           KAUFMAN                FM 740              STP 2009(601)ES
       DAL           KAUFMAN                US 175              BR 2009(814)
       DAL           NAVARRO                CR                  BR 2007(876)
       DAL           NAVARRO                IH 45               STP 2000(293)ESTE
       DAL           ROCKWALL               IH 30               C 9-12-73

       ELP           CULBERSON              IH 10               IM 0101(248)
       ELP           EL PASO                VA                  CM 2009(815)

       FTW           TARRANT                CS                  STP 2007(716)HES
       FTW           TARRANT                CS                  STP 2009(258)HES
       FTW           TARRANT                IH 35W              IM 0355(143)
       FTW           TARRANT                SH 360              STP 2009(029)MM

       HOU           BRAZORIA               CR                  BR 2007(902)
       HOU           BRAZORIA               CR                  BR 2006(332)
       HOU           BRAZORIA               FM 2004             STP 2009(697)ES
       HOU           BRAZORIA               VA                  NH 2009(830)
       HOU           HARRIS                 CR                  STP 99(26)ES
       HOU           HARRIS                 IH 610              STP 2009(519)ES
       HOU           WALLER                 FM 1098             STP 2009(700)ES


       * Project numbers with an xxxx(xxx)ES, in the suffix denotes ARRA projects.




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       HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
       CONTRACTS-STATE LET AGENDA ITEM 17.a.(2)
                COUNTY          HIGHWAY         CONTROLLING
       DIST     NAME            NUMBER          PROJECT NO.
       LFK      NACOGDOCHES     SH 21           STP 2009(821)HES
       LFK      SAN AUGUSTINE   SH 21           STP 2009(737)SB

       PAR           GRAYSON                FM 691              STP 2009(520)ES
       PAR           HOPKINS                SH 11               STP 2009(575)ES

       PHR           CAMERON                PW                  C 921-6-110
       PHR           HIDALGO                CR                  STP 2009(689)ES

       SJT           TOM GREEN              RL SO               STP 2009(665)ES

       WAC           MCLENNAN               FM 1858             STP 2009(824)
       WAC           MCLENNAN               FM 2311             BR 2009(825)

       WFS           BAYLOR                 CR                  BR 2009(112)
       WFS           COOKE                  FM 51               BR 2009(826)
       WFS           MONTAGUE               FM 455              STP 2009(827)HES

       * Project numbers with an xxxx(xxx)ES, in the suffix denotes ARRA projects.

       EMINENT DOMAIN - [AGENDA ITEM 18.b.]
       NONCONTROLLED ACCESS
       COUNTY   HIGHWAY      EXHIBIT                     ACCOUNT           PARCEL
       Dallas   SH 183          12                       0094-03-098         4
       Dallas   SH 183          10                       0094-03-098         84E
       Dallas   SH 183          5                        0094-03-098         83E
       Denton   FM 423          1                        1567-02-030         10
       Denton   FM 423          8                        1567-02-030         52
       Denton   FM 423          2                        1567-02-030         78
       Denton   FM 423          9                        1567-02-030         4
       Denton   FM 423          7                        1567-02-030         36
       Denton   US 380          3                        0134-09-058         18
       Denton   US 380          6                        0134-09-058         15
       Denton   US 380          4                        0134-09-058         17
       Rockwall FM 740          11                       1014-03-047         48




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       CONTROLLED ACCESS
       COUNTY     HIGHWAY                EXHIBIT          ROW CSJ NO.          PARCEL
       Caldwell   SH 130                   R              3583-01-002          1534AC & E
       Caldwell   SH 130                   Q              3583-01-002          1533AC & E
       Caldwell   SH 130                   P              3583-01-002          1514A AC & E
       Comal      SH 46                    N              0215-02-050          16
       Comal      SH 46                    J              0215-02-050          17
       Dallas     IH 30                    H              1068-04-139          7
       Dallas     IH 30                    T              1068-04-139          11
       Dallas     IH 30                    U              1068-04-139          12
       Dallas     IH 30                    I              1068-04-139          4
       Dallas     SH 183                   L              0094-03-098          59
       Dallas     SH 183                   G              0094-03-098          2
       Dallas     SH 183                   B              0094-03-098          25AC
       Dallas     SH 183                   F              0094-03-100          1
       Dallas     US 80                    C              0095-10-050          2 & 2AC
       Denton     IH 35E                   A              0196-01-099          2
       Harris     IH 10                    M              0271-07-260          739
       Maverick   SH Loop 480              D              0299-14-019          10
       Maverick   SH Loop 480              K              0299-14-019          7
       Travis     SH 130                   S              0440-06-008          458
       Webb       SH Loop 20               E              0086-14-036          5
       Webb       SH Loop 20               O              0086-14-036          1




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