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TIP Revisions

Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
Approval
Date
Caltrans
Approval
Date
FTA/FHWA
Approval
Date
17-01
Approved
Administrative Modification 61 -$3,823,767 12-21-16 N/A N/A

TIP Revision 2017-01 is an administrative modification that revises 61 projects with a net funding decrease of approximately $3.8 million.  Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 32 Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect planned obligations and other programming decisions, including the programming of $110 million in CMAQ funds and $40 million in Regional Measure 2 funds to BART’s Rail Car Procurement Program to reflect the programming in the OBAG 2 funding framework; updates the funding plans of five projects to reflect the repurposing of unused earmark funds; updates the funding plans of eight individually-listed Highway Bridge Program funded projects to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; splits the Incident Management Program project into two projects to separate the current and future phases of the program; updates the funding plan of the Caltrain Electrification project to reflect recent programming decisions and funding agreements; updates the funding plan of SFMTA’s Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit project to reflect the latest schedule including reprogramming approximately $60 million in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Small Starts funding from prior years to fiscal year 2017; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Mandates Program within the State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) to reflect the latest information from Caltrans including the addition of $7.3 million in SHOPP funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of approximately $60 million in FTA Small Starts funds, $7.3M in SHOPP funds, $17,489 in repurposed earmark funds, and $1.9 million in Transportation Fund for Clean Air funds.  MTC’s 2017 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2017-01, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

17-02
Approved
Administrative Modification 6 $544,852 1-31-17 N/A N/A

TIP Revision 2017-02 is an administrative modification that revises 6 projects with a net funding increase of approximately $544,852.  Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of five federally funded projects to reflect actual and planned obligations and Federal Transit Administration grants; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funded grouped listing to reflect the latest programming information from Caltrans related to projects that had unobligated funding from federal fiscal year 2015-16, including the addition of $399,340 in HSIP funds and $145,512 in local funds.  The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $399,340 in HSIP funds.  MTC’s 2017 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2017-02, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

17-03
Approved
Amendment 69 $819,826,956 12-21-16 1-19-17 2-8-17

TIP Revision 2017-03 is an amendment that revises 69 projects with a net funding increase of approximately $820 million.  Among other changes, this revision: amends four exempt and four non-exempt, not regionally significant projects into the TIP to reflect the adoption of the Bay Bridge Forward Program; updates the funding plan of the Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Deterrent project to reflect additional funding commitments, including the addition of $40 million in Highway Bridge Program (HBP) funds, $40 million in Surface Transportation Block Grant Program funds and $40 million in Golden Gate Bridge toll funds; updates the funding plans of six additional individually-listed HBP funded projects, updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the HBP funded grouped listing, and combines one individually-listed HBP funded project with the grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of approximately $109 million in HBP funds; deletes two projects and updates the funding plans of two other projects to reflect the repurposing of prior year federal earmark funds; adds one new State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funded grouped listing and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of five existing SHOPP funded grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of approximately $369 million in SHOPP funds; adds one new Recreational Trails Program funded grouped listing into the TIP; carries forward two exempt and one non-exempt project into the 2017 TIP from the 2015 TIP as these projects were not originally included in the 2017 TIP as adopted; adds one new exempt project to the TIP and updates the scope and funding for an existing project to reflect the award of Federal Transit Administration (FTA) discretionary funds through the FTA Section 5339 Discretionary Program and Transit Oriented Development Planning Pilot Program; adds one new exempt Surface Transportation Block Grant Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded project and updates the funding plans of 18 other STP/CMAQ funded projects to reflect obligations, past funding decisions in the One Bay Area Grant (OBAG) Cycle 1 Transit Performance Initiative program, and the selection of projects in OBAG Cycle 2; and adds one new exempt Transit Capital Priority (TCP) funded project, deletes one existing TCP funded project and updates the funding plans of seven other TCP funded projects. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

Revision
(PDF)
Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
Approval
Date
Caltrans
Approval
Date
FTA/FHWA
Approval
Date
17-04
Approved
Administrative Modification 15 -$111,504 3-6-17 N/A N/A

TIP Revision 2017-04 is an administrative modification that revises 11 projects with a net funding decrease of $111,504. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of five Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect programming decisions and past and planned obligations; updates the funding plans of three other federally funded projects to reflect planned obligations; updates the funding plan of the Sonoma County Transportation Authority’s portion of the US 101 Marin/Sonoma Narrows project to reflect the programming of $15 million in repurposed federal earmark funds; splits out the I-880 Integrated Corridor Management project from the region-wide Incident Management Program; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Caltrans managed Highway Maintenance Program grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $2 million in High Priority Project Earmark funds, $15 million in repurposed earmark funds, $665,042 in Federal Highway Administration Ferry Boat Program funds, and $3 million in Trade Corridors Improvement Fund funds. MTC’s 2017 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2017-04, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

17-05
Approved
Administrative Modification 12 +$22,741,790 4-5-17 N/A N/A

TIP Revision 2017-05 is an administrative modification that revises 12 projects with a net funding increase in funding of $22,741,790.  Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of seven projects to reflect the programming of funds for FY2016-17 in the Transit Capital Priorities program; updates the funding plans of two Surface Transportation Block Grant Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect planned obligations; updates the funding plan of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Clipper Fare Collection System project to reflect the programming of $7.4 million in bridge toll funds; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Caltrans managed State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) Emergency Response grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $5.3 million to the SHOPP.  The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $5.3 million in SHOPP funds.  MTC’s 2017 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2017-05, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

17-06
Approved
Amendment 11 $68,189,237 2-22-17 2-24-17 3-14-17

TIP Revision 2017-06 is an amendment that revises 11 projects with a net funding increase of approximately $68 million.  Among other changes, this revision: updates the scope and funding plan of the Central Contra Costa Transit Authority’s Replace 18 30-foot Buses project to reflect the award of approximately $2.7 million in FTA Low or No Emission Vehicle Deployment Program funds; amends the City of Palo Alto’s exempt Bay Area Fair Value Commuting Program into the TIP to reflect the award of approximately $1 million in FTA Mobility on Demand Sandbox Program funds; amends two additional exempt projects into the TIP; and updates the funding plan of one individually listed Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funded project and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the HSIP grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of approximately $25.5 million in HSIP funds.  Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

17-07
Approved
Administrative Modification 15

-$8,341,530

4-28-17 N/A N/A

TIP Revision 2017-07 revises 15 projects with a net decrease in funding of $8.3 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of three projects to reflect the programming of funds for the Federal Highway Administration’s 2016 Earmark Repurposing transfer requests; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Caltrans managed Local Highway Bridge Program (HBP) grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $476,000 for two HBP projects in Santa Clara County; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Caltrans managed State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) Pavement Resurfacing/Rehabilitation grouped listing, including the removal of $7.5 million from the SHOPP; updates the funding plans of five Surface Transportation Block Grant Program/ Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions and obligations; and reprograms $20 million in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Small Starts program funds for the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit Corridor project from prior years to fiscal year 2016/17 to reflect a planned FTA grant. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $20 million in FTA Small Starts funds, $476,000 in HBP funds, and $7.5 million in State STP funds. MTC’s 2017 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2017-07, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

Revision
(PDF)
Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
Approval
Date
Caltrans
Approval
Date
FTA/FHWA
Approval
Date
17-08
Approved
Amendment 73 $840,375,166 3-22-17 3-29-17 4-14-17

TIP Revision 2017-08 is an amendment that revises 73 projects with a net funding increase of approximately $840 million. Among other changes, this revision: amends 37 new exempt projects into the TIP and updates the funding plans of 35 existing projects to reflect the programming of funds for FY2016-17 in the Transit Capital Priorities program; and archives one project as it has been completed. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

17-09
Approved
Administrative Modification 24 $17,810,414 6-9-17 N/A N/A

TIP Revision 2017-09 revises 24 projects with a net increase in funding of $17.8 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plan of the Caltrain Electrification project to reflect the award of $100 million in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Capital Investment funds; updates the funding plans of seven Surface Transportation Block Grant Program/ Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions and obligations; updates the funding plan of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority’s Standard and Small Bus Replacement Project to reflect the award of $2.5M in FTA Low or No Emissions Vehicle Deployment Program (LoNo) funds; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of MTC’s Lifeline Transportation Program 5307 Job Access and Reverse Commute Set Aside Program –Cycle 4 grouped listing to reflect the latest programming decisions. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $100 million in FTA Capital Investment funds, $2.5 million in FTA LoNo funds, $1.4 million in High Priority Project funds, and $3.3 million in Low Carbon Transit Operations Program funds. MTC’s 2017 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2017-09, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

17-10
Approved
Amendment 14 $101,213,635 4-26-17 5-11-17 6-8-17

TIP Revision 2017-10 is an amendment that revises 14 projects with a net funding increase of approximately $101 million. Among other changes, this revision: amends three new exempt Transit Performance Initiative Program funded projects into the TIP; updates the funding plans of two projects to reflect the programming of funds from fiscal year 2016-17 of the Transit Capital Priorities program; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of two grouped listings and adds one new grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans including the addition of $55.8 million in State Highway Operation and Protection Program funds and $3.8 million in Section 130 Railroad/Highway Crossing funds; amends AC Transit’s Five Battery-Electric Bus Purchase project into the TIP to reflect the recent award of $1.5 million in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Low or No Emission Vehicle Deployment Program funds; amends Bay Area Rapid Transit’s Integrated Carpool to Transit Access Program into the TIP to reflect the award of $358,000 in FTA Mobility on Demand Sandbox Program funds; and amends one new exempt and one previously archived project into the TIP. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

17-11
Approved
Administrative modification 4 -$1,360,312 7-6-17 N/A N/A

TIP Revision 2017-11 revises 4 projects with a net decrease in funding of $1.4 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of two Surface Transportation Block Grant Program/ Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of Caltrans’s Section 130 – Railroad/Highway Crossing Projects grouped listing to reflect the latest programming decisions. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $1.4 million in Section 130 – Railroad/Highway Crossing funds. MTC’s 2017 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2017-11, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

17-13
Proposed
Amendment 48 $221,344,142 6-28-17 Pending Pending

TIP Revision 2017-13 is an amendment that revises 48 projects with a net funding increase of approximately $221 million. Among other changes, this revision: Amends 13 new exempt projects and one new non-exempt, not regionally significant project into the TIP and updates the funding plans of two existing projects to reflect the programming of Cycle 3 of the Active Transportation Program; amends four new Surface Transportation Block Grant Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded exempt projects into the TIP, updates the funding plans of three other STP/CMAQ funded projects and deletes one STP/CMAQ funded project to reflect changes in the One Bay Area Grant programs; amends three new grouped listings into the TIP to reflect the programming of Federal Transit Administration Section 5310, 5311 and 5311(f) funds. The FTA Section 5310 listing is contingent upon the California Transportation Commission approval on June 28 & 29, 2017; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Highway Bridge Program grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; splits two projects out of the Highway Safety Improvement Program grouped listings and updates their project scopes to include road diet elements; updates the scope of the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County’s US-101 High Occupancy Vehicle/High Occupancy Toll Lane project to change the northern project limit to match the most recent cooperative agreement; splits the Bay Area Rapid Transit District’s Go Uptown project out of their Station Modernization Program; amends one new San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency project into the TIP to reflect the award of $11 million in Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment Program funds; amends one new exempt project into the TIP and updates the funding plan on one existing project to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priorities program; amends two additional exempt projects in the TIP; and archives six projects as they have been completed. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

17-14
Proposed
Amendment 61 $3,846,016,088 7-26-17 Pending Pending

Amendment 2017-14 serves to conform the 2017 TIP to Plan Bay Area 2040.  It makes revisions to 61 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $3.8 billion.  Among other changes, the revision: revises 41 existing projects in the 2017 TIP; adds 14 new projects to the 2017 TIP; archives three projects as they have been completed and are not included in Plan Bay Area 2040 as ongoing projects; and deletes three projects as they will not move forward.  This amendment also includes a supplemental listing of the remaining projects currently included in the 2017 TIP and their corresponding Plan Bay Area 2040 projects. The project changes in TIP Amendment 2017-14 and the supplemental listing together demonstrate that the 2017 TIP, as revised, is consistent with Plan Bay Area 2040.  The Transportation-Air Quality Conformity Analysis: Plan Bay Area 2040 and Amended 2017 TIP that accompanies the TIP amendment demonstrates that the amended TIP is consistent with ("conform to") the federal air quality plan known as the State Implementation Plan (SIP), as required by federal conformity regulations. The Transportation-Air Quality Conformity Analysis is posted on the Plan Bay Area 2040 web site at 2040.planbayarea.org/reports.  In accordance with MTC's public participation plan, TIP Amendment 2017-14 and the accompanying Transportation-Air Quality Conformity Analysis were released for public review and comment on May 3, 2017, and the review period closed on June 1, 2017. No significant comments were received on TIP Amendment 2017-14.

17-16
Proposed
Amendment 13 $19,557,138 7-26-17 Pending Pending

TIP Revision 2017-16 revises 13 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $20 million. Among other changes, this revision: adds one new exempt project, deletes one existing project and updates the funding plans of seven projects to reflect changes in the FY2016-17 Transit Capital Priorities Program; updates the funding plan of the Fairfield-Suisun Intercity/Local Bus Replacement project to reflect the programming of funds available through the Transit Performance Initiative Incentive and Investment Programs; and archives two projects as they have been completed. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.