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2015 TIP Revisions

Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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Caltrans
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15-01
Approved

Administrative Modification 73 $8,615,185 12-22-14 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-01 revises 73 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $8.6 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plan of MTC’s Regional Planning Activities and PPM listing to reflect the programming of $1 million in Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) funds; updates the funding plans of the Regional Bicycle Sharing Program and Reconstruct I-80/San Pablo Dam Rd Interchange project to reflect the programming of $7.7 million and $682,000 in Alternative Transportation Program (ATP) Regional funds, respectively; updates the funding plans of six Transit Capital Priority (TCP) funded projects, to reflect the FY14-15 TCP Program of Projects and the latest information on the FY13-14 Program, including the addition of $6.5 million in FTA 5337 funds and removal of $158,000 in FTA 5307 funds; updates the funding plans of 40 Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects, including the addition of $6.6 million in STP/CMAQ funds and the transfer of $3 million in STP funds from the Freeway Performance Initiative (FPI) project to the Regional Arterial Operations and Signal Timing project; updates the San Mateo Local Priority Development Area (PDA) Planning project to split off a portion of the project’s scope and funding to three new local PDA projects in Millbrae, Redwood City, and Belmont; updates the funding plans of two Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funded projects and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the HSIP grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the removal of $3.3 million in HSIP funds and the splitting out of the scope and funding for three projects to the individually listed Concord New and Upgraded Signals at Various Locations project; updates the funding plans of seven Highway Bridge Program (HBP) funded projects to reflect the latest programming information from Caltrans, including the addition of $2.9 million in HBP funds; and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of two State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funded grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $11.5 million in SHOPP funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-01, 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.

15-02
Approved

Amendment 150 $1,391,772,107 12-17-14 1-9-15 2-2-15
TIP Revision No. 2015-02 makes revisions to 150 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $1.4 billion. Among other changes, the revision: amends 24 new exempt Transit Capital Priority Program (TCP) funded projects into the TIP and updates the funding plans of 55 existing TCP funded projects to reflect the adoption of the FY2014-15 TCP Program of Projects, including the programming of approximately $379 million in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) formula funding; amends two new exempt Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects into the TIP and updates the funding plans of 12 other STP/CMAQ funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions and obligations, including the programming of Transit Performance Initiative (TPI) funds for three projects; amends 14 new exempt Active Transportation Program (ATP) funded projects into the TIP and updates the funding plans of four existing projects to reflect the programming of ATP funds; amends three new locally-funded exempt projects, one new locally-funded non-exempt-not regionally significant project, and the preliminary engineering phase of one new locally-funded non-exempt projects into the TIP; updates the project description, funding plan, and regional air quality conformity project type for Solano County’s Redwood Parkway-Fairgrounds Drive Interchange Improvements project to reflect that the project has changed from a study to a non-exempt construction project; updates the funding plan of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority’s Van Ness Avenue Bus Rapid Transit project to increase the total cost of the project by approximately $37 million to reflect the total cost of project implementation; updates the funding plan of BART’s Hayward Shop and Yard Expansion project to add approximately $39 million in prior year Proposition 1A funding; updates the funding plans of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District’s Golden Gate Bridge Seismic Retrofit Phase 3B and Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Deterrent-Safety Barrier projects to reflect the use of advanced construction financing; updates the funding plan of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Motor Coach Expansion project to reflect the award of approximately $9 million in funding available through the FTA’s Ladders of Opportunity Initiative (LOI) grant program; updates the funding plan of the Water Emergency Transportation Authority’s Central Bay Operations and Maintenance Facility project to reflect the award of $3 million in funding available through the FTA’s Passenger Ferry Grant Program; archives two projects as they have been completed; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of nine Caltrans managed grouped listings and amends one new exempt project into the TIP to reflect the latest programming decisions, including the addition of $343 million in State Highway Operation and Protection Program funding; and updates the funding plans of eight individually-listed Highway Bridge Program (HBP) projects and one Highway Safety Improvement Program funded project and amends one HBP funded exempt project into the TIP to reflect the latest information from Caltrans. Contingent upon the determination of the Air Quality Conformity Task Force, the revisions made pursuant to this amendment will not change the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements of the TIP; therefore, a conformity determination is not required and the 2015 TIP remains financially constrained.
Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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Date
Caltrans
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FTA/FHWA
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15-03
Approved

Administrative Modification 23 $13,255,907 2-9-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-03 revises 23 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $13.3 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of nine Regional Planning Activities and PPM listings to reflect the programming of $7.35 million in Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds; updates the Regional Car Sharing project to add $220,000 in Strategic Growth Council Sustainable Communities funds for the Santa Rosa Car Share portion of the project and split out the project’s scope and funding to six individual projects listings for Hayward, Oakland, Santa Rosa, San Mateo, Contra Costa County, and Marin County; updates the funding plan of the Adobe Creek/Highway 101 Bicycle Pedestrian Bridge project to change the fund source of $1.35 million from local funds to Regional Improvement Program (RIP) funds; updates the funding plans of three Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects, with no net increase in programmed amounts; and updates the funding plan of the Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program – Marin County project to add $529,000 in Earmark-NMTPP funds to prior years and reprogram prior year funds to reconcile programming with obligation. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $220,000 in Strategic Growth Council Sustainable Communities funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-03, 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.

15-04
Approved

Administrative Modification 21 $7,357,165 2-25-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-04 revises 21 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $7.4 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 10 Transit Capital Priority (TCP) funded projects, with no net increase in programmed amounts; updates the funding plans of four Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects, with no net increase in programmed amounts; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Railway/Highway Crossing grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $825,000 in State STP funds; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Local Highway Bridge Program (HBP) grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $3.3 million in HBP funds and $424,000 in local funds; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $851,000 in HSIP funds and $1.7 million in local funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $825,000 in State STP funds, $3.3 million in HBP funds, and $851,000 in HSIP funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-04, 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.
Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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Caltrans
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FTA/FHWA
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15-05
Approved

Administrative Modification 23 $6,232,283 4-2-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-05 revises 23 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $6.2 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 10 Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects, including the addition of $320,526 in CMAQ funds; updates the funding plans of four Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program (NMTPP) funded projects, including the addition of $189,682 in NMTPP funds; updates the implementing agency of the US 101 Doyle Drive Replacement project from San Francisco County Transportation Authority to Caltrans, and updates the funding plan of the project with no net change in programmed amounts; updates the funding plans of four Transit Capital Priority (TCP) funded projects, with the addition of $2.8 million in 5307 funds and $387,398 in 5339 funds; and updates the funding plan of AC Transit’s East Bay Bus Rapid Transit project to change the fund source of $25.6 million in RTP-LRP funds to FTA Small Starts funds and for $925,000 from Bridge Toll to Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $189,682 in NMTPP funds, $25.6 million in Small Starts funds, and $925,000 in TFCA funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-05, 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.

15-06
Approved

Amendment 23 $64,304,889 2-25-15 2-27-15 4-7-15
TIP Revision 15-06 makes revisions to 23 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $64 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plans of three projects funded through the Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program (NMTPP) and amends one previously archived, exempt, NMTPP funded project back into the TIP to reflect the latest programming decisions; amends five new exempt projects and one new non-exempt project into TIP with funding available through the Federal Transit Administration's (FTA) Passenger Ferry Grant Program, the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Ferry Boat Program, the Surface Transportation Program (STP), the Transit Capital Priorities (TCP) Program and local programs; amends two new grouped listings into the TIP and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of one existing grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; and deletes one locally funded project from the TIP as the funding has been redirected. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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Caltrans
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FTA/FHWA
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15-07
Approved

Administrative Modification 19 $2,987,431 5-5-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-07 revises 19 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $3 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of three Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects, including changing the fund source of $10,623,591 in local funds to CMAQ funds; updates the funding plan of the San Francisco Ferry Terminal/Berthing Facilities project, including changing the fund source of $27,367,854 in RTP-LRP funds and $200,000 in Sales Tax funds to $24,000,000 in Proposition 1B funds, $2,660,200 in Regional Measure 2 funds, and $907,654 in FHWA Ferry Boat Formula funds; updates the funding plan of the I-80/San Pablo Dam Rd Interchange Reconstruction project to change the fund source of $1,318,000 in Sales Tax funds to Alternative Transportation Program (ATP) funds; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $1.7 million in HSIP funds and the splitting out of the scope and funding for one individually listed Contra Costa Boulevard Improvement (Beth to Harriet) project; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funded grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $311,000 in SHOPP funds; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Railroad/Highway Crossings grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $1,465,200 in State STP funds; and updates the funding plans of five Highway Bridge Program (HBP) funded projects with no net change in program amounts. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

15-08
Approved

Administrative Modification 12 $13,486,116 6-1-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-08 revises 12 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $13.5 million. 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, including the addition of $6.2 million in STP funds; updates the funding plan of three Transit Capital Priority program funded projects, including the addition of $370,520 in FTA Section 5307 funds and $174,228 in FTA Section 5339 funds; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Persons with Disabilities Program grouped listing to reflect the latest information, including the addition of $3.3 million in FTA Section 5310 funds; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Railroad/Highway Crossings grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $3.2 million in State STP funds. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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Caltrans
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FTA/FHWA
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15-09
Approved

Amendment 26 $116,688,953 4-22-15 5-7-15 6-3-15
TIP Revision No. 2015-09 revises 26 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $117 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of seven projects funded through the Transit Capital Priorities program, including the addition of $6.6 million in Federal Transit Administration Section 5307 funding; updates the scope of SFMTA’s Additional Light Rail Vehicles to Expand Muni Rail project to include 10 additional vehicles and increase the cost of the project by $92 million to reflect the expanded scope of the project; updates the funding plans of two Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects and updates the scopes of two other STP/CMAQ funded projects to reflect the latest project changes; adds one new grouped listing (GL: Lifeline Cycle 4 5307 JARC) and nine new exempt projects to the TIP; and deletes the non-exempt, not regionally significant, Masonic Avenue Complete Streets project from the TIP as it is not a federal project. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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Caltrans
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FTA/FHWA
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15-10
Approved

Administrative Modification 18 $6,538,872 7-2-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-10 revises 18 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $6.5 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plans of nine Active Transportation Program (ATP) funded projects, including changing the fund source of $8.9 million in local funds to ATP funds; updates the funding plan of MTC’s Regional Bike Sharing Program to change the fund source of $7.7 million in ATP and $7 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) funds to local funds; updates the Santa Clara County Local Priority Development Area (PDA Planning project to split off a portion of the project’s scope and funding to a new local PDA planning project in Palo Alto; updates the funding plan and back-up listings of two State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funded grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $6.6 million in SHOPP funds; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the FTA 5311 Rural Area funded grouped listing to reflect the latest project information, including the addition of approximately $300,000 in FTA 5311f and $242,000 in local funds; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Lifeline Cycle 4 FTA 5307 JARC funded grouped listing to reflect the latest project information, including the removal of approximately $608,000 in local funds; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the New Freedom Small Urban Area and Rural Program funded group listing to reflect the latest information, with no net change in funding. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $6,648,000 in SHOPP funds, $1,225,000 in ATP funds, and $300,000 in FTA 5311f funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-10, 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.

15-11
Approved

Amendment 34 $111,557,395 5-27-15 6-5-15 6-29-15
TIP Revision No. 2015-11 revises 34 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $112 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plans of five Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects and adds five new exempt and one new non-exempt, not regionally significant STP/CMAQ funded projects to the TIP to reflect new programming through the Transit Performance Initiative – Incentive Program and the Safe Routes to School Program; updates the funding plans of seven projects and adds one exempt project to the TIP to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priorities Program; adds one new exempt project funded through the Federal Highway Administration’s Integrated Corridor Management Deployment Planning Grant Program; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of two State Highway Operations and Preservation Program funded grouped listings to reflect the latest programming information from Caltrans; update the funding plans of three individually listed projects and the funding plan and back-up listing of one grouped listing to reflect changes in the Highway Bridge Program; deletes one project from the TIP as it will not be implemented; and archives three projects from the TIP 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. The TIP public participation process also serves to satisfy the public involvement requirements of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) annual Program of Projects, for applicable funds.
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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15-12
Approved

Administrative Modification 15 $14,932,722 7-31-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-12 revises 15 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $15 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of two projects to reflect the programming of Active Transportation Program (ATP) funded projects; updates the funding plan of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans and to transfer $391,600 in HSIP funds to an individual listing; updates the State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) Minor Program grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans including the addition of $8.6 million in SHOPP Minor funds; updates the funding plans of three projects to reflect recent changes to the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) including changing the fund source for $3.7 million from STIP to Proposition 1B; and updates the funding plans of two projects to reflect the programming of Federal Transit Administration 5307 funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $8.6 million in SHOPP Minor Program funds, $297,000 in High Priority Project funds, $169,185 in Value Pricing Pilot Program funds and $3.7 million in Proposition 1B funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-12, 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.

15-13
Approved

Administrative Modification 29 $6,179,978 8-28-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-13 revises 29 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $6.2 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of nine Surface Transportation Program/ Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions; splits out Palo Alto’s Local Priority Development Area (PDA) Planning project from the Santa Clara countywide Local PDA Planning project; splits out the Value Pricing Pilot Program funded UC Berkeley Parking Price Auction Study from the Regional Planning Activities and Planning/ Programming/Monitoring (PPM) project; updates the funding plan of VTA’s Regional Planning Activities and PPM project to reflect the award of $200,000 in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Ladders of Opportunity Initiative (LOI) grant funding; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of three Caltrans managed State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans including the addition of $13.3 million in SHOPP funds and programs $23 million in SHOPP funds to the Freeway Performance Initiative project; and updates the funding plans of three Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program (NMTPP) funded projects 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 $36 million in SHOPP funds, $7,044 in NMTPP funds, $200,000 in FTA LOI funds, and $3 million in FTA transfers from a prior FTIP. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-13, 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.

15-14
Approved

Amendment 13 $241,439,661 7-22-15 7-28-15 8-19-15
TIP Revision No. 2015-14 revises 13 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $241 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the project listing for Bay Area Rapid Transit’s Station Modernization Program to expand the scope to include all stations in the system and reflect the programming of $199 million in Proposition 1B funding and $3.7 million in additional State Transportation Improvement Program funding; updates the scope and funding of the Great Highway Restoration project to reflect changes to the second phase of the project; updates the funding plans of two Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program funded projects; and update the funding plans and back-up listings for three Caltrans managed grouped listings to reflect the latest programming decisions. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements. This amendment has been updated to add SFCTA’s San Francisco Travel Smart Rewards Pilot Program.
Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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15-15
Approved

Administrative Modification 83 $74,000 10-5-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-15 revises 83 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $74,000. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 78 Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects and one Regional Transportation Improvement Program funded project to reconcile the TIP with past and planned obligations; and update the funding plans of two projects to reflect the transfer of $500,000 in CMAQ funds from the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Corridor project to the Clipper Fare Collection System program. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-15, 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 and the TIP remains financially constrained by year.
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15-16
Approved

Administrative Modification 29 $419,091 11-4-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-16 revises 29 projects with a net decrease in funding of $419,091. 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 planned obligations; updates the funding plans of two San Francisco Department of Public Works projects to reflect the transfer of $957,200 in High Priority Project funds from the Southeast Waterfront Transportation Improvements Project to the Bayview Transportation Improvement Project; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funded Emergency Response grouped listing; and updates the funding plans of 20 Transit Capital Priorities funded projects to reflect changes in the Fiscal Year 2015 Program of Projects. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-16, 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 and the TIP remains financially constrained by year.

15-17
Approved

Amendment 81 $11,988,189 9-23-15 10-5-15 10-29-15
TIP Revision No. 2015-17 revises 81 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $12 million. Among other changes, the revision: archives 72 projects as they have been completed or all of the funding for the project has been obligated and deletes one project that will not move forward; updates the scope and funding of the City of Napa’s California Blvd. Roundabouts project to add a third roundabout and $5.5 million in State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funds; amends the preliminary engineering phase of the Marin County Transit District’s (MCTD) Relocate Transit Maintenance Facility project into the TIP; amends Bay Area Rapid Transit’s exempt Ladders of Opportunity - Careers in Transit project into the TIP with $750,000 in Federal Transit Administration Ladders of Opportunity Initiative funding; and update the funding plans and back-up listings for the Caltrans managed SHOPP – Collision Reduction grouped listing to reflect the latest programming decisions. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
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15-18
Approved

Amendment 1 $73,584,000 9-23-15 10-5-15 10-29-15
Draft TIP Revision 15-18 adds one new non-exempt project, the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Access Improvements project, to the 2015 TIP with a net increase in funding of approximately $74 million. Changes made with this revision do not conflict with the financial constraint requirements. The addition of this project to the 2015 TIP requires a new Transportation-Air Quality Conformity Analysis on Plan Bay Area and the 2015 TIP. In accordance with MTC’s public participation plan, this amendment and conformity analysis were released for public review and comment on June 19, 2015 and the review period closed on July 20, 2015. Further details on Draft TIP Revision 2015-18, the Draft Conformity Analysis and related documents are available at mtc.ca.gov/planning/plan_bay_area/.

15-19
Approved

Administrative Modification 9 $3,152,195 12-2-15 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-19 revises 9 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $3 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plan of four Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect planned obligations; updates the funding plan of Marin Transit’s Replace 3 Stagecoach Vehicles project to reflect the award of $138,800 in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5339 Discretionary funding; and updates the funding plans of two Highway Bridge Program funded projects 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 $138,300 in FTA Section 5339 Discretionary funding and $104,415 in Proposition 1B funding. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-19, 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.

15-20
Approved

Administrative Modification 8 -$80,000 1-7-16 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-20 revises 8 projects with a net decrease in funding of $80,000. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plan of seven Highway Bridge Program (HBP) funded projects to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Pavement Resurfacing and/or Rehabilitation on the State Highway System – Highway Maintenance grouped listing based on 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 approximately $1.6 million HBP funding. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-20, 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
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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15-21
Approved

Amendment 11 $76,891,473 11-18-15 12-4-15 1-12-16
Amendment 2015-21 makes revisions to 11 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $77 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the scopes of three Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects and revises the funding plans of two other STP/CMAQ funded projects to reflect the transfer of funding from Vacaville’s Ulatis Creek Bicycle and Pedestrian Path & Streetscape project to Vallejo’s Downtown Streetscape project; updates the funding plan and back-up listing for the State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Program grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $13.9 million in SHOPP funding; updates the funding plan of the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Corridor project to add additional funding for the San Rafael to Larkspur extension ($13.9 million in Regional Measure 2 funding and $20 million in Regional Transportation Plan – Long-Range Plan Funds) and to update the total cost of the project; amend Bay Area Rapid Transit’s Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Pilot Planning Program into the TIP with $1.1 million in Federal Transit Administration TOD Planning Pilot Program funds; and archive 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.

15-22
Approved

Administrative Modification 45 $90,867,940 2-10-16 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-22 revises 45 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $91 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 31 projects funded through the Fiscal Year 2015-16 Transit Capital Priorities Program of Projects; updates the funding plans of 10 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program funded projects; updates the funding plan of the East Bay Regional Parks District’s SF Bay Trail – Pinole Shores to Bay Front Park project to reflect the award of approximately $1.3 million in Recreational Trails Program funds; and updates the funding plan of the Sonoma Marin Area Rail Corridor project to reflect the programming of $20 million in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Small Starts program funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of approximately $20 million in FTA Small Starts funds, $1.3 million in Recreational Trails Program funds, and $1.3 million in Proposition 1B funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-22, 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
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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Date
Caltrans
Approval
Date
FTA/FHWA
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Date

15-23
Approved

Administrative Modification 15 $13,254,403 3-3-16 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-23 revises 15 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $13.3 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of ten Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Transit Capital Priority (TCP) funded projects, with the addition of $3.3 million in 5307 funds and $1.4 million in 5337 funds; updates the funding plans of two Caltrans-managed grouped listings, including the addition of $5 million in State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) funding; and updates the funding plan of one Active Transportation Program (ATP) funded project, including the addition of $1 million in ATP funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of approximately $5 million in SHOPP funds and $550,000 in ATP funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-23, 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.

15-24
Approved

Amendment 77 $616,820,269 1-27-16 2-5-16 3-1-16
Amendment 2015-24 makes revisions to 77 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $617 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends 21 new projects into the TIP and revises the funding plans of 24 other projects to reflect the adoption of the Fiscal Year 2016 Transit Capital Priorities (TCP) Programs of Projects (POPs), partial TCP POPs for FY2017 and FY2018, and changes to the Fiscal Years 2014 and 2015 TCP POPs; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Highway Bridge Program (HBP) grouped listing and updates the funding plans of eight individually-listed, HBP funded projects to reflect the latest programming information from Caltrans; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) and amends two new non-exempt, not regionally significant, HSIP funded projects into the TIP based on the latest programming information from Caltrans; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of two State Highway Operations and Protection Program funded grouped listings based on the latest information from Caltrans; amends a previously archived Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded project back into the TIP and revises the funding plans of that project and two other STP/CMAQ funded projects; amends one Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Transit Oriented Development Planning Program funded project, two new locally funded projects, and one FTA Section 5311 Rural Area Formula Program funded grouped listing into the TIP; deletes one project as it will not continue as a federal project; 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.
Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
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Date
Caltrans
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Date
FTA/FHWA
Approval
Date

15-25
Approved

Administrative Modification 14 $2,107,070 4-8-16 N/A N/A
TIP Revision 2015-25 revises 14 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $2.1 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of three Surface Transportation Program / Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (STP/CMAQ) program funded projects to reflect past and planned obligations including the transfer of $280,000 in STP from the 511 Traveler Information program to the Freeway Performance Initiative (FPI) program; updates the funding plans of three Transit Capital Priorities funded projects to reflect current project schedules; and combines the scope and funding of the St. John Street Multi-Modal Improvements - Phase 1 and the St. John Bikeway and Pedestrian Improvements projects. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-25, 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.

15-26
Approved

Administrative Modification 28 $3,396,484 5-10-16 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2015-26 revises 28 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $3.4 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of two Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program funded projects to reflect obligations; updates the funding plans of 20 Transit Capital Priorities projects to reflect changes in the Fiscal Year 2016 Program of Projects (POP) and to accurately reflect the Fiscal Year 2015 POP, including a net decrease of $1.3 million in 5307 funds and a net increase of $4 million in 5337 funds and $152,849 in 5339 funds; updates the funding plans of three individually-listed Highway Bridge Program (HBP) funded projects and one individually-listed Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funded project with a net decrease of $200,000 in HBP funds and a net increase of $31,844 in HSIP funds to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; and update the funding plan and back-up listing of the Fiscal Year 2016 Federal Transit Administration Non-Urbanized Formula Program grouped listing to reflect the latest apportionments. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $31,844 in HSIP funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-26, 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.

15-27
Approved

Amendment 42 $96,864,063 3-23-16 4-11-16 5-11-16
Amendment 2015-27 makes revisions to 42 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $97 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends nine new exempt and two new non-exempt not regionally significant projects into the TIP and updates two existing projects to reflect the recent adoption of Cycle 2 of the Active Transportation Program; amends one new exempt project into the TIP funded by Cycle 1 of the Active Transportation Program; deletes one project and amends four new exempt and one new non-exempt-not regionally significant projects into the TIP to reflect the recent adoption of the Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) One Bay Area Grant Cycle 1 (OBAG1) Climate Initiatives Program – Parking Management and Transportation Demand Management Program; amends one new exempt project into the TIP and updates the funding plans of two existing projects to reflect other changes in the STP/CMAQ OBAG1 program; amends seven new exempt projects into the TIP and updates the funding plans of two existing projects to reflect the adoption of the fiscal year 2016 Transit Capital Priorities Program of Projects; and archives four 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.
Revision
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Type Number of Projects Net Funding Change MTC
Approval
Date
Caltrans
Approval
Date
FTA/FHWA
Approval
Date

15-28
Approved

Administrative Modification

24 $13,145,789 6-16-16 N/A N/A

TIP Revision No. 2015-28 revises 24 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $13.1 million. Among other changes, this revision updates the funding plans of five existing projects to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priorities Program, including a net increase of $1.0 million in 5307 funds and a net decrease of $14,447 in 5339 funds; updates the funding plans of six existing projects to reflect the adoption of Round 4 of the Transit Performance Initiative Incentive Program, including a net increase of $7.5 million in Surface Transportation Block Grant (STP)/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) funds; updates the funding plans of four existing projects funded with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) earmarks to reprogram funds between years and phases, with a net increase of $364,807 in FHWA earmark funds; updates the funding plan of the Freeway Performance Initiative (FPI) project to reprogram CMAQ funds between years and phases, with no net increase in programmed funds; updates the funding plans of the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transit District’s ACIS Radio Communication System project to redirect $1.2 million in STP funds to the MS Sonoma Ferry Boat Refurbishment project; and updates the funding plan of one individually-listed Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funded project with a net increase of $53,768 in HSIP funds 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 $364,807 in FHWA earmark funds and $53,768 in HSIP funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-28, 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.

15-29
Approved

Amendment 17 $15,871,626 4-27-16 5-12-16 6-20-16
TIP Revision 15-29 revises 17 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $16 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends one new, exempt Active Transportation Program funded project into the TIP; amends two new grouped listings into the TIP with $10.3 million in Federal Lands Access Program and $2.5 million in Federal Lands Transportation Program funds; amends two new, exempt Surface Transportation Program (STP) funded projects into the TIP and updates the funding plan of one STP funded project to reflect changes to Santa Clara County’s Priority Development Area Planning program; updates the funding plan of the Ferry Service to Port Sonoma project to reprogram earmark funds from prior years to fiscal year 2016-17; updates the funding plans of four existing projects, amends two new exempt projects into the TIP and deletes one project from the TIP to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priorities program; and archives two projects as their funding have been put into grants. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

15-30
Approved

Amendment 245 $613,796,386 5-25-16 6-6-16 7-13-16
Amendment 2015-30 makes revisions to 245 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $614 million. Among other changes, the revision: archives 214 projects as they have either been completed or all of the funding programmed has been obligated or put into grants; amends five new exempt projects and updates the funding plans of five existing projects to reflect the adoption of Round 4 of the Transit Performance Initiative Incentive Program; combines San Jose’s Coyote Creek Trail Reach 5.3 project with the larger Coyote Creek Trail (Highway 237 to Story Rd.) project and programs $5.3 million in Regional Active Transportation Program funds to the combined project; updates the funding plan of Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District’s Ferry Major Components Rehabilitation project to reflect the award of $2.2 million in Federal Transit Administration Passenger Ferry Grant Program funds; updates the funding plans of three projects to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priority Program; updates the funding plan of MTC’s Regional Planning Activities and PPM project to reflect the programming of $48.6 million in Surface Transportation Program funds from Cycle 2 of the One Bay Area Grant Program: amends the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County’s non-exempt US-101 High-Occupancy Vehicle/High-Occupancy-Toll Lane from Santa Clara County Line to I-380 project into the TIP with $9.4 million in Regional Transportation Improvement Program funds and $161 million in uncommitted funding to show the full cost of the project; and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of the Local Highway Bridge Program grouped listing and six State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) grouped listings and amends one SHOPP funded grouped listing into the TIP to reflect the latest information from Caltrans. 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

15-31
Approved

Administrative Modification

9 $5,903,956 7-11-16 N/A N/A

TIP Revision No. 2015-31 revises 9 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $6 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of seven Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions including the addition of $2.9 million available through the Transit Performance Initiative Incentive Program; and updates the funding plans of two projects funded with Federal Transit Administration formula funds to reflect changes in the Fiscal Year 2014/15 and 2015/16 Transit Capital Priorities Programs or Projects.  The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $172,000 in Proposition 1B funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-31, 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.

15-32
Approved

AAdministrative Modification

8 $16,584,312 8-1-16 N/A N/A

TIP Revision No. 2015-32 revises 8 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $16.6 million. 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 the latest programming decisions including directing $80 million to One Bay Area Grant Program Cycle 2 CMAQ funding to Bay Area Rapid Transit’s (BART) Railcar Procurement Program with no change in the total cost of that program; updates the funding plan of BART’s Station Modernization Program to reflect the award of approximately $6.3 million in Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) discretionary grant funding; and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of two grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans including the addition of $7.1 million in State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) Minor Program funds and $1.7 million in Recreational Trails Program funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $6.3 million in TIGER funds, $7.1 million in SHOPP Minor Program funds, and $1.7 million in Recreational Trail Program funds. MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-32, 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.

15-33
Approved

Amendment

9 $448,378,199 7-27-16 8-8-16 9-8-16

Amendment 2015-33 makes revisions to nine projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $448 million.  Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plans of two Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects and amends one new exempt STP funded project into the TIP to reflect the selection of projects through the One Bay Area Grant (OBAG) Cycle 1 Regional Safe Routes to School and Priority Conservation Area programs; adds two new exempt projects to the TIP funded through the OBAG Cycle 2 Bay Bridge Forward program; updates the funding plans of two projects to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priorities program; and increases the total cost of the Caltrain Electrification project by $387 million and the total cost of SFMTA’s Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit project by $32 million to reflect the latest estimates. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

15-34
Approved

Administrative Modification

71 $44,951,374 10-17-16 N/A N/A

TIP Revision No. 2015-34 revises 71 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $45 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 61 Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect past and planned obligations and other programming decisions; updates the funding plan of the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County’s US 101 High-Occupancy Vehicle/High-Occupancy Toll Lanes from Santa Clara to I-380 project to reflect the repurposing of unused earmark funds; and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of five grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans including the addition of approximately $46 million in State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funds.  The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of approximately $46 million in SHOPP funds and $9.7M in repurposed earmark funds.  MTC’s 2015 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2015-34, 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.