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2011 TIP Revisions

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11-35
Approved

Amendment 195 $184,825,948 5-22-13

5-22-13 5-24-13
Amendment 11-35 revises 195 projects with a net increase in funding of $184.8 million. Among other changes, the revision: archives 76 projects as they have been completed; splits out ongoing projects from four grouped listings (REG070014, REG090072, REG110027, and VAR110041) to create four new grouped listings (REG110040, VAR110037, REG110042, REG110041), updates the funding plans and back-up listings of 3 of the new group listings, and archives the old listings as the projects remaining in them have been completed; deletes ten projects as they have been canceled and the funding has been redirected; amends in five new FTA funded projects and updates the funding plans of 29 existing FTA funded projects to reflect the latest programming available through the Transit Capital Priorities Program; updates the back-up listing of one MTC managed grouped listing (REG110039) and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of six Caltrans managed grouped listings (VAR110001, VAR110004, VAR110005, VAR110042, VAR110045, and VAR110007) including splitting out one project (ALA110045) from GL: Highway Safety Improvement Program as the project is Non-Exempt, Not Regionally Significant; updates the funding plan of the Marin County Transit District’s Capital Improvements for Muir Woods Shuttle to reflect the award of $638,000 in Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in Parks Program grant funds; updates the funding plan of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area’s Non-Motorized Access funds to reflect the award of Recreational Trails Program grant funds; splits out the Climate Change and Extreme Weather Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Options Study (REG110043) along with $600,000 in FHWA grant funds and $600,000 in local funds from MTC’s Regional Planning Activities project (REG090038); updates the funding plans of 21 existing STP/CMAQ funded projects, including deleting the Electric Vehicle Taxi Battery Switch Station project (REG110017) and redirecting funding to other Climate Initiative Innovative grant projects as a result of Better Place withdrawing from the project, and amends in six new STP/CMAQ funded projects; and amends four new and one previously archived project into the TIP. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

11-34
Approved

Amendment 119 $964,473,038 2-27-13

3-22-13 4-1-13
Amendment 11-34 revises 119 projects with a net increase in funding of $964.5 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plan of the BART Car Exchange (Preventive Maintenance) (REG050020) project to add $186.3 million; updates the funding plan of SCVTA’s Preventive Maintenance (SCL990046) project to add $86.8 million; updates the funding plan of SFMTA’s Muni Rail Replacement Program (SF-95037B) project to add $80.2 million; updates the funding plan of the following three BART projects 1) Train Control Renovation (BRT030004); 2) Traction Power System Renovation (BRT030005) and 3) Rail, Way and Structures Program (BRT97100B) to add $32.5 million each; updates the funding plan of the SFMTA: Replace 45 NABI Motor Coaches and 17 Gillig buses (SF-090043) project to add $30.3 million; amends in 31 exempt projects to reflect new Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds available through the Transit Capital Priorities Program totaling $165.3 million in 5307 funds, $3.2 million in 5337 funds, and $10.2 million in 5339 funds; amends in the following three exempt locally funded exempt Transit Performance Initiative (TPI) - Incentive Program projects totaling $3.4 million: 1) SFMTA - Free Muni for Youth Program; 2) SCVTA: Low Income Fare Pilot Project; and 3) Marin County Transit District (MCTD) Low Income Youth Pass Program; amends in the following seven exempt projects: 1) BART’s 24th Street Train Control Upgrade funded with $2 million in Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds from the TPI program; 2) AC Transit: Spectrum Ridership Growth funded with $1.8 million in STP funds from the TPI program; 3) BART’s Train Car Accident Repair funded with $1.4 million in STP funds from the TPI program; 4) Alameda County – Community Based Transportation Plan Updates funded with $475,000 in STP funds from the Lifeline Program; 5) Marin County Transit District (MCTD) Preventive Maintenance funded with $99,000 in STP funds from the TPI program; 6) AC Transit: Replace 38 40' Suburban Buses funded with $19.4 million in Proposition 1B funds and 7) AC Transit: Replace 27 40' Urban Buses funded with a total of $13 million in local funds; deletes 14 Soltrans projects from the TIP because the funds are being redirected to other projects; and archives the SolTrans: Shop Truck Replacement (SOL070035) project with an updated funding plan as the project has been completed. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

11-33
Approved

Amendment 36 $66,031,298 2-27-13

4-5-13 4-16-13
Amendment 11-33 revises 36 projects with a net increase in funding of $66 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends in nine exempt projects for Local Priority Development Area (PDA) Planning in each county funded with a total of $20 million in Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds and $2.6 million in Other Local funds; amends in the following six new exempt projects: 1) Livermore Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Study at I-580/SR84 totaling $645,000; 2) SFCTA - Treasure Island Mobility Management totaling $725,000; 3) Sonoma County Regional Park’s Central Sonoma Valley Trail totaling $625,000; 4) Regional Planning - Priority Development Area (PDA) Implementation totaling $9 million; 5) Bicycle Lockers at Capitol Corridor Stations totaling $581,000; and 6) Napa County Community Based Transportation Plan totaling $100,000; updates the funding plan of the Alameda: Vasco Road Safety Improvements project (ALA030002) to add $13 million in RTP-LRP funds in FY 2015 to show full project cost; archives Santa Clara County’s Santa Teresa/Hale Rehabilitation (SCL110012) project from the TIP because the funds have been obligated or the project has been completed; archives the Caltrans managed grouped listing for the FTA Non-Urbanized Formula Program (VAR030002) because all the projects within the listing have been completed; and updates the funding plan and back up listing of the Caltrans managed Grouped Listing (GL) for Safety Improvements – Highway Safety Improvement Program (VAR110007) to split out two road diet projects (Shoreline Drive, Westline Drive and Broadway Bike Lanes - ALA110085 and Sonoma Boulevard Improvements - SOL110037) along with $660,000 in HSIP and $75,000 in Other Local funds into individual listings as they are Non-Exempt and Not Regionally Significant projects. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
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11-32
Approved

Administrative Modification 14 $9,316,874 3-4-13

N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2011-32 revises 14 projects with a net increase in funding of $9.3 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plan of the National Park Service’s Golden Gate National Recreation Area Non-Motorized Access project to reflect the award of $400,000 in FTA 5320 funds; updates the funding plan of MTC’s Regional Planning Activities and PPM project to reflect the award of $300,000 in FHWA Climate Change Adaptation Options Analysis grant funds; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of three grouped listings: State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP)-Collision Reduction Program, Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) FY2011 and FY2012 Large Urbanized Area Program, and JARC FY2010 to FY2012 Small Urbanized Area and Rural Program; and updates the funding plans of 8 Regional Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the latest programming and obligation information. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $130,000 in JARC funds, $400,000 in FTA 5320 funds and $300,000 in FHWA grant funds. MTC will update the financial plan to reflect the additional revenues with the next amendment. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-32, 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.

11-31
Approved

Amendment 225 $111,327,744 12-19-12

1-3-13 1-23-13
Amendment 11-31 revises 225 projects with a net increase in funding of $111.3 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends in the following ten exempt projects: 1) AC Transit- Farebox Replacement - totaling $9.4 million; 2) CCCTA- Replace Diesel Trolleys with Electric Trolley Buses totaling $5.4 million; 3) Canal Road Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement totaling $1.9 million; 4) Mountain View Road Bridge Replacement totaling $1.3 million; 5) East San Jose Pedestrian Improvements totaling 2.7 million; 6) SFMTA- Improvements to 8X Bayshore totaling $11.7 million; 7) Crystal Springs Regional Trail (CSRT) South of Hwy 92 Conversion project totaling $1.4 million; 8) North Central Pedestrian Improvement Program totaling $424,924; 9) Middlefield Road and Woodside Road Intersection Improvements totaling $424,924; and 10) Vallejo Downtown Streetscape - Phase 3 totaling $2.3 million; amends in one new grouped listing - GL: Roadway Preservation in Solano County totaling $1.3 million; updates the funding plan of the Yerba Buena Island (YBI) Ramp Improvements project (SF-070027) to reflect the latest programming information from Caltrans with a total project cost increase of $36 million; archives 165 projects from the TIP because the funds have been obligated or the projects have been completed; archives 29 grouped listings because all the projects within the respective listings have been completed; and deletes the Caltrans managed High Risk Rural Road Program (VAR110006) as all the projects are part of the Highway Safety Improvement Program grouped listing and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the following two Caltrans managed grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans. The grouped listings are as follows: GL: Safety Improvements – Highway Safety Improvement Program (VAR110007) with a net increase in funds of $19.7 million; and GL: Bridge Rehabilitation/ Reconstruction – Highway Bridge Program (VAR110045) – with a net increase in funds of $63.2 million. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
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11-30
Approved

Administrative Modification 19 $33,073,587 1-29-13

N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2011-30 revises 19 projects with a net increase in funding of $33.1 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of five projects to reflect the addition of Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds to the following projects: Regional Planning Activities and Planning, Programming and Monitoring (PPM) for three counties - Alameda County (ALA090030), Contra Costa County (CC-090035) and Marin County (MRN090020) totaling $4.9 million; MTC’s Clipper Fare Collection System Project (REG090045) totaling $10 million; and VTA’s Preventive Maintenance Program (SCL990046) available through the Transit Capital Priorities Program and Transit Performance Initiative Program totaling $4.7 million; updates the funding plans of 3 projects (REG090037, SCL050001, and SM-110062) to reflect new Federal Transit Administration (FTA) 5307, 5309, 5337, and 5339 funds available through the Transit Capital Priorities Program totaling $20.5 million; splits SFMTA’s Electric Vehicle Taxis and Battery Switch Stations project into the Elective Vehicle Taxi Battery Switch Stations (REG110017) and Electric Vehicle Taxis (REG110038) projects; and updates the back-up list and funding plan of the Caltrans managed grouped listing - GL: Emergency Repair - SHOPP Emergency Response (VAR110005) to add $9.9 million to reflect the latest programming information. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $937,500 in Proposition 1B funds, $2.2 million in HPP funds, $179,505 in NMTPP funds, $9.9 million in SHOPP funds and $20.5 million in FTA funds. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-30, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP). MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-30, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP).

11-29
Approved

Administrative Modification 44 $26,314,309 12-20-12

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-29 revises 44 projects with a net increase in funding of $26.3 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 16 Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Improvement (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the obligation of these funds; updates the funding plans of 4 State Transportation Improvement Program funded projects to reflect California Transportation Commission allocations; updates the funding plans of San Francisco City and County’s, Santa Clara County’s and Solano County’s Regional Planning Activities projects (SCL090035, SF-090030, and SOL090006), Valley Transportation Authority’s (VTA) San Tomas Expressway Box Culvert Rehabilitation project (SCL090002) and Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit’s Sonoma Marin Area Rail Corridor project (SON090002) to reflect the programming of CMAQ funds; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of 5 State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) grouped listings and updates the funding plans of 6 individually listed Highway Bridge Program (HBP) funded projects to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Job Access and Reverse Commute Fiscal Year 2011-12 Large Urbanized Area grouped listing (REG110032); updates the funding plan of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District’s Advanced Communications and Information System Radio Communications System project (MRN010035) to add funds programmed through the Lifeline Transportation Program; updates the funding plan of VTA’s Together We Ride One-Call/One-Click project (SCL110120) to reflect the award of Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grants; and updates the funding plans of two of San Jose’s projects to reflect the transfer of $50,000 in STP/CMAQ funds from the Los Gatos Creek Reach 5 Bridge Crossing project to the San Carlos Multimodal Phase 2 project (SCL110029 and SCL110034). The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $600,000 in HBP funds, $2.9 million in Proposition 1B funds, $14.4 million in SHOPP funds and $400,000 in FTA funds. MTC will update the financial plan to reflect the additional revenues with the next amendment. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-29, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP).
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11-28
Approved

Amendment 59 $795,670,178 9-26-12

10-4-12 10-25-12
Amendment 11-28 makes revisions to 59 projects with a net increase in funding of $795.7 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plan of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge project to add in $40.6 million in State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) facilities to reconstruct maintenance facilities; updates the funding plan of the State Route 1 Devils Slide Bypass project to add in $182 million in FY 2012 Emergency Relief funds; adds the San Francisco Bay Bridge Gateway Park project to the TIP with $30 million Regional Improvement Program (RIP) funds, $17 million Bridge toll funds, $6 million other local funds, and $84 million long-range plan (RTP-LRP) funds totaling $137 million; updates the funding plan of the Caltrain Express: Phase 2 project to reprogram all long range plan (RTP-LRP) funds to FY17, remove all Other Federal funds, and scope as it is part of the Caltrain Positive Train Control project; updates the funding plan of the Caltrain Positive Train Control Project; amends the funding plan of the Doyle Drive project to reflect the allocation of $81.2 million in State Highway Account funds; updates the funding plan of the Outer Harbor Intermodal Terminals (OHIT) project to clarify scope, add in $15 million in TIGER funds and revises the fund source of $242.1 million from Other Local funds to in Prop-1B-TCIF funds; amends in the Oakley to Port Chicago, Track Segment 3, Phase 2 project with $20.5 million in Interregional Improvement Program funds; amends in the following six exempt projects (1. Samtrans - Replace 62 1998 Gillig Buses totaling $36 million; 2. Climate Initiatives Program totaling 19.2 million; 3. Vacaville Transit - Curb Ramps totaling $50,000; 4. San Leandro BART - Transit Access Improvements totaling $3.9 million; 5. Regional Real-Time Transit Information at BART; and 6. VTA - Together We Ride One-Call/One-Click project totaling $2.1 million); deletes four duplicate projects from the TIP; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of eight Caltrans managed grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans and splits out the programming for fiscal years 2013 onwards to form new listings, per Caltrans’ request, with a net increase in SHOPP programming of $254.4 million. The grouped listings are as follows – 1. GL: Safety Improvements – Highway Safety Improvement Program (REG070009, VAR110007); 2. GL: Safety Improvements – Safe Routes to School Program (REG090001, VAR110012); 3. GL: Pavement Resurfacing/Rehabilitation – SHOPP Roadway Preservation (MTC050009, VAR110003); 4. GL: Safety Improvements – SHOPP Collision Reduction (MTC050011, VAR110004); 5. GL: Emergency Repair – SHOPP Emergency Response [REG070001, VAR110005]; 6. GL: Safety Improvements - SHOPP Mandates [VAR991003, VAR110042]; and 7. GL: Pavement Resurfacing and Rehabilitation for the SHS – Highway Maintenance [REG090058, VAR110031]. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

11-27
Approved

Administrative Modification 41 $22,600,227 10-1-12

N/A N/A
Administrative modification 2011-27 revises 41 projects with a net increase in funding of $22.6 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of five CMAQ funded projects to reflect obligations and programming priorities; updates the funding plan for VTA’s Standard & Small Bus Replacement project to reflect the award of $7.5 million in FTA State of Good Repair (SGR) grant funds with a net increase in project cost of $9.4 million; updates the funding plans of 17 projects to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priorities Program, notably two projects with $10 million project cost changes – Caltrain’s Positive Train Control System and SF Muni’s rail Replacement Program – Part B; programs $1.5M in One Bay Area Grant funds to STA’s West B. Street Bike/Pedestrian Undercrossing; updates the funding plan and back-up list of one grouped listing and splits out the programming for fiscal years 2013 onwards to form a new listing, per Caltrans’ request - GL Railroad/Highway Crossings (VAR991009, VAR110046); and updates the funding plan of five projects to reprogram unobligated earmarks. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-27, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP).
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11-26
Approved

Administrative Modification 119 $54,634,748 9-25-12

N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2011-26 revises 119 projects with a net increase in funding of $54.6 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of several projects to reprogram funds from FY 2011-12 to FY2012-13 or FY 2013-14; updates the funding plan and back-up lists of some grouped listings and splits out the programming for fiscal years 2013 onwards to form new listings, per Caltrans’ request, to reflect California Transportation Commission (CTC) actions or commission actions for changes in regional programs; updates the funding plans of Parking Pricing Regional Analysis (REG110029) and State Route 237 Express Lanes: I-880 to Mathilda Avenue (SCL110008) to add in Value Pilot Pricing Program (VPPP) funds in place of existing Other Local funds; and updates the funding plan of 12 projects to reprogram unobligated earmarks. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $2.2 million in VPPP funds, $7.2 million in Highway Maintenance funds, $25.8 million in SHOPP funding, $2.8 million in High Risk Rural Road Funds and $3 million in Other Federal funds. MTC will update the financial plan to reflect the additional revenues with the next amendment. The TIP revision entries have been emailed to your staff. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-26, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP).

11-25
Approved

Amendment 88 $13,486,957 5-23-12

7-6-12 7-10-12
Amendment 11-25 makes revisions to 88 projects with a net increase in funding of $13.5 million. Among other changes, the revision: archives 14 projects from the TIP as they have been completed; deletes eight projects from the TIP because the funding has been redirected to other projects; amends four new CMAQ funded Transit Performance Initiative projects into the TIP (AC Transit: Line 51 Corridor using $10.5 million; SFMTA: Mission Mobility Maximization using $7 million; SFMTA: N-Judah Mobility Maximization using $3.8 million; and VTA: Light Rail Transit Signal Priority Improvement using $1.6 million;) and updates the funding plan of the VTA: Stevens Creek Bus Rapid Transit project to add $712,888 in CMAQ funds from the Transit Performance Initiative Program; amends in five new transit capital maintenance projects using FTA 5307 funds; amends three new grouped listings into the TIP (GL: JARC FY10-FY12 Small UA & Rural; GL: JARC FY11-FY12 Large UA; and GL: New Freedom FY10-FY12 Small & Rural) totaling $15.2 million; amends 12 new exempt projects funded with STIP funds based on the 2012 STIP; amends in two new exempt projects in San Francisco using $1.4 million in Value Pricing Program Project (VPPP) funds (Linked Priced Electric Bikesharing) and San Francisco Value Pricing and Regulation Study); amends in the San Anselmo - Center Blvd Bridge Replacement project funded with $5.1 million in Highway Bridge Program funds; amends in the Caltrain Positive Train Control project funded with $6.7 million in Proposition 1B funds and $20.8 million in Sales Tax measure and Other Local funds; updates the funding plan of the Alameda County Safe Routes to School project to transfer $200,000 in STP funds and $420,000 in CMAQ funds to the new ACE: Preventive Maintenance project and adds a new Alameda County SR2S- Local project funded with $1.2 million in Sales Tax funds; updates the funding plans and scope for four National Park Service projects to show full project funding and to expand the projects to all National Park Service areas; updates the funding plan of I-280/Route 1 Interchange Safety Improvements project to reduce scope and cost by $63.8 million; and updates the funding plan of the Hayward Shop and Yard Expansion project to add in $75 million in Sales Tax Measure funds and remove $37.9 million in Other Local funds. 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 2011 TIP remains financially constrained.
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11-24
Approved

Administrative Modification 86 $23,465,163 61-12

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-24 revises 86 projects with a net decrease in funding of $23.5 million. Among other changes, this revision: Updates the funding plans of five STIP funded projects, two Proposition 1B CMIA funded projects and one Proposition 1B SLPP funded project to reflect CTC actions; Updates the Air Quality Descriptions of 10 projects in concurrence with Air Quality Conformity Task Force actions; Updates the Sponsor and Implementing Agency information on 27 projects to reflect the consolidation of ACTIA and ACCMA into ACTC; Updates the funding plans of 13 Regional Planning Activity projects to reflect the programming of STP funds; Updates the funding plan of the SF Muni Third Street Light Rail Phase 2 - New Central Subway project to change the fund source for $85 million in RTP-LRP funds in FY 2015 to FTA New Starts funds in FY 2012 and revise $251.3 million in RTP-LRP funding to Prop-1A ($61.3 million), Prop-1B ($126 million) and local funds ($64 million). The total project cost for the project does not change; and Updates the funding plans and back up listings of three grouped listings (GL: Pavement Resurfacing and Rehabilitation for the SHS – Highway Maintenance [REG090058]; GL: FY10 JARC Mobility Management [REG110028]; and GL: Safety Improvements – SHOPP Mobility Program [MTC050006] including splitting out six projects along with $42.8 million to REG090003). The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $85 million in 5309 funds, $9.5 million in SHOPP funding, $282,000 in federal High Priority Project funding, and $58.2 million in Proposition 1B funding. MTC will update the financial plan to reflect the additional revenues with the next amendment. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-24, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP).

11-23
Approved

Administrative Modification 51 $26,007,662 5-1-12

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-23 revises 51 projects with a net increase in funding of $26 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 14 projects to reflect 2012 STIP requests; updates the funding plans and project information on six individually listed projects funded through the Highway Bridge Program including splitting out eight project elements and $33 million from the Highway Bridge Program grouped listing (VAR991007) to the individually listed Yerba Buena Island (YBI) Ramp Improvements project (SF-070027); updates the funding plan and back-up listing of five Caltrans managed grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans (GL: Bridge Rehabilitation/ Reconstruction - Highway Bridge Program [VAR991007]; GL: Pavement Resurfacing/Rehabilitation – SHOPP roadway Preservation [MTC050009]; GL: Safety Improvements – SHOPP Collision Reduction [MTC050011]; GL: Emergency Repair – SHOPP Emergency Response [REG070001]; and GL: Bridge Rehab and Reconstruction – SHOPP [VAR991005]) to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; and updates the funding plans of three Proposition 1B CMIA funded projects to reflect the latest CTC actions. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $9.5 million in SHOPP funding, $282,000 in federal High Priority Project funding, $43.6 million in Proposition 1B funding.
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11-22
Approved

Amendment 100 $157,073,127 3-28-12

4-17-12 5-1-12
Amendment 11-22 makes revisions to 100 projects with a net increase in funding of $157 million. Among other changes, the revision: archives 52 projects from the TIP as they have been completed; deletes four projects from the TIP: two duplicate projects and two projects because the funding has been redirected to other projects; amends seven new exempt projects into the TIP (AC Transit: Procure (23) 60' Articulated Buses using $16.6 million in Proposition 1B funds; AC Transit: Procure (37) 40' Urban Transit Buses using $13.6 million in Proposition 1B funds; AC Transit: Procure (30) 40' Suburban Buses using $11.3 million in Proposition 1B funds; LAVTA - East Bay Radio Communication System Hookup using $512,000 in FTA 5307 funds; Capital Improvements for Muir Woods Shuttle using $1.1 million in FTA 5320 funds; Parking Pricing Regional Analysis with $700,000 in Local funds and Stewarts Point Rancheria EV Pilot Program with $367,000 in regional exchange funds); amends one new grouped listing into the TIP (GL: FY10 Mobility Management & Job Access [REG110028]) with 846,000 in Other Local funds; updates the funding plan of the Freeway Performance Initiative to add in $66 million in Other Local funds; updates the funding plan of the Incident Management Program to add in $17.9 million in Other Local funds; updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Caltrans Managed Grouped Listings for Highway Maintenance (REG090058) to add $12.3 million; and updates the funding plans of 12 regional planning activities projects to add in $37.4 million in Other Local funds and $7.6 million in STIP funds. 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 2011 TIP remains financially constrained.

11-21
Approved

Administrative Modification 43 $21,307,891 3-15-12

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-21 revises 43 projects with a net increase in funding of $21.3 million. Among other changes, this revision: adds $17.5 million in Proposition 1B – PTMISEA funds to the BART Train Control Renovation project (BRT030004) as part of a funding agreement between BART, SFMTA, and AC Transit and transfers $8 million in FTA Section 5309 Fixed Guideway funds and $2 million in local matching funds to two projects (BART: Traction Power System Renovation [BRT030005] and BART: Rail, Way and Structure Program [BRT97100B]); splits out a majority of the Contra Costa County sponsored SR239 Construction project (CC-070019) to the Contra Costa Transportation Authority sponsored SR239 – New State Highway project (CC-110066) with the original listing retaining only the planning study; splits out the streetscape, repaving, and bike lane elements along with $5.3 million in local funds from SFMTA’s Second Street Streetscape project (SF-110008) to the new Second Street Streetscape Phase 2 – Streetscape project (SF-110033); updates the funding plan of the US 101 Doyle Drive Replacement project (SF-991030) to add $10 million in local funds; transfers funds and project segments among three of Solano Transportation Authority’s Jepson Parkway projects (SOL110003, SOL110005, and SOL110006) without changing the overall scope or funding amounts of the combined projects; updates the funding plans of nine projects to identify committed fund sources in place of other local funds; and updates the back-up listings for two grouped listings: SHOPP Mobility Program (MTC050006) and SHOPP Minor Program (REG090072) and updates the funding plan for the SHOPP Minor listing. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $3.6 million in FTA Section 5309 Discretionary funding, $3.3 million in federal High Priority Project funding, and $17.5 million in Proposition 1B PTMISEA funding. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-21, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP).
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11-20
Approved

Administrative Modification 3 $80, 480 3-6-12

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-20 revises three projects with a net decrease in funding of $80,480. The revision updates the scope and funding plan of the BART - Warm Springs to Berryessa Extension to reprogram $100 million in FTA 5309 New Starts funds from FY2015 to FY2012; splits out Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) structure replacement and UPRR realignment elements along with $43.8 million in Local funds to the newly created Mission, Warren, Freight Rail Relocation project; and updates the scope and funding plan of the Caltrans sponsored I-880/SR 262 Interchange and HOV lanes project to split out the widening of Mission Boulevard and the Warren Avenue grade separation along with $43.3 million in local funds and $4.2 million in FY2012 Earmark funds to the newly created Mission, Warren, Freight Rail Relocation project. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $100 million for FTA 5309 New Starts funds programmed through this administrative modification. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-20, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP).

11-19
Approved

Amendment 67 $166,189,272 1-25-12

2-9-12 3-2-12
Amendment 11-19 revises 67 projects with a net increase in funding of $166.2 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plans of three transit projects and adds six new exempt transit projects into the TIP with $12 million in FTA State of Good Repair funds and $3.5 million in FTA Bus Livability funds; archives 35 projects as they have been completed; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of two Caltrans Managed Grouped Listings: SHOPP Emergency Response [REG070001] to add $71.7 million and SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction [VAR991005] to add $15.9 million; deletes two projects from the TIP: East Leland Park and Ride Lot [CC-070061] and Caltrans: I-280 / I-380 Interchange Local Access Improvements [SM-991118]; amends four new exempt transit projects into the TIP funded with a total of $695,171 in FY11-2012 FTA 5307 funds and one new exempt bike project funded with $649,000 in RIP-TE funds; updates the funding plan of 511 Traveler Information to add in $41.6 million in Other Local funds; and updates the funding plan of the AC Transit: Preventive Maintenance Program to add in $10 million in FTA 5307 funds. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
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11-18
Approved

Administrative Modification 20 $15,893,096 2-2-12

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-18 revises 20 projects with a net increase in funding of $15.9 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans and back-up listings of the Pavement Resurfacing/ Rehabilitation on the State Highway System – Highway Maintenance (REG090058), the US 206 Recreational Trail Grants Program (REG070014), and the FTA 5311 Non-Urbanized Formula Program (VAR030002) to reflect new programming; updates the back-up listing of the JARC FY09-FY10 Large Urbanized Area to reprogram funds between projects with no change in the cost of the overall grouped listing; revises the fund source for $12.4 million in Other Local funds to State-STP for the San Jose: Road Rehabilitation and Pedestrian Facilities project (SCL110107); reprograms $2.9 million in RIP funds between phases and program years for the Marin County portion of the US 101 HOV Lanes – Marin-Sonoma Narrows project; and transfers $1.7 million in FTA 5309 Fixed Guideway and local matching funds from Caltrain’s Systemwide Track Rehab and Related Structures project (SM-03006B) to Caltrain’s Signal/Communication Rehabilitation and Upgrades project (SM-050041). The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $345,000 for US 206 Recreational Trails Grant funding and $22.5 million for State STP funding.

11-17
Approved

Administrative Modification 17 $16,742,356 1-9-12

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-17 revises 17 projects with a net increase in funding of $16.7 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of six FTA funded projects to program $3.5 million in 5307 funds, $4.1 million in 5309 State of Good Repair funds, and $1.2 million in 5339 Alternatives Analysis funds; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of two Caltrans managed grouped listings (SHOPP Mobility Program [MTC050006] and SHOPP Collision Reduction [MTC050011]); updates the back-up listings of two grouped listings (ARRA – FTA 5311 [REG090010] and FTA Non-Urbanized Formula Program [VAR030002]) to reflect the consolidation of Vallejo Transit and Benicia Breeze to form Solano County Transit (SolTrans) with no change in the cost of the individual projects or the overall grouped listings; and clarifies the project description of the eFleet: Carsharing Electrified project (REG110012) to include the installation of chargers. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $5.4 million for SHOPP funding and $1.2 million in FTA 5339 Alternative Analysis funds programmed through this administrative modification.
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11-16
Approved

Amendment 69 $281,492,346 11-16-11

11-30-11 12-7-11
Amendment 11-16 makes revisions to 69 projects with a net increase in funding of $281.5 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plan of the TIP to add approximately $24.5 million in FTA discretionary Grant Revenues; updates the funding plans of 14 projects and adds 17 new exempt projects into the TIP with a $161 million total increase in FTA programming to reflect changes to the Transit Capital Priorities Program; archives 10 projects as they have been completed; transfers $600,000 in CMAQ funds to Santa Rosa City Bus’s Automated Vehicle Location System (SON090007) from the Green My Ride TDM Program (SON110005) and deletes the project as it will not be going forward; amends four new exempt projects into the TIP (Santa Clara County: Isabel Bridge Replacement [SCL110108] using $4.5 million in HBP funds; San Rafael: Sidewalk along East Francisco Blvd [MRN110029] using $1.5 million in NMTPP funds; San Jose: Road Rehab and Pedestrian Facilities [SCL110107] using $15 million in local funds; and Environmental Study for ACE Alignment [ALA110086] using $300,000 in HSR 1103(f) funds); amends one new grouped listings into the TIP (New Freedom FY10 & FY11 Large UA [REG110026]); splits FY2009 5310 and local funds from the Elderly & Persons with Disability Program (VAR030001) to create a new listing Elderly & Persons with Disability Program (REG110027), adds $5.2 million in FY2011 5310 funds to the new listing, and archives the previous listing; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of two Caltrans Managed Grouped Listings (the Safe Routes to School Program [REG090001] to add $11.8 million and the Highway Bridge Program (VAR991007) to add $45.6 million; and updates the funding plans of five individually-listed projects funded with Highway Bridge Program funds (including deleting the individually listed Doherty Drive Bridge Replacement Project [MRN110001] to combine it with the Highway Bridge Program Grouped Listing).

11-15
Approved

Administrative Modification 81 $112,649,681 11-21-11

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-15 revises 81 projects with a net increase in funding of $112.7 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 40 projects to reflect changes to the Transit Capital Priorities Program, programming $99.6 million in FTA Section 5307 funds and $45.3 million in FTA Section 5309 Fixed-Guideway funds; updates the funding plans of 9 individually listed projects funded through Caltrans’ Highway Bridge Program; updates the funding plans and back up listings of four grouped listings (SHOPP Collision Reduction [MTC050011], SHOPP Emergency Response [REG070001], SHOPP Mandates [VAR991003], and FTA Non-Urbanized Formula Program [VAR030002]); updates the project sponsor and implementing agency for ten Benicia Breeze and seven Vallejo Transit projects to reflect the consolidation of these two agencies to form Solano County Transit (Soltrans); transfers $500,000 in CMAQ funds from the Moraga Way Streetscape Improvements project (CC-110055) to the Richmond – Nevin Ave. Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements and Streetscape project (CC-110007); and updates the funding plan to the Sonoma County portion of the US 101 Marin/Sonoma Narrows project to reflect the programming of $45 million in Proposition 1B – CMIA funds, $1.9 million in Proposition 1B – SLPP funds and $8.7 million in local sales tax funds.
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11-14
Approved

Administrative Modification 33 $5,740,765 10-4-11

N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2011-14 revises 33 projects with a net increase in funding of $5.7 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 17 STP/CMAQ funded projects to reconcile with actual obligations and updated project schedules; revises the Air Quality Conformity Exemption descriptions of 9 projects in concurrence with Air Quality Conformity Task Force item 3d on September 22, 2011, 1 project in concurrence with Task Force item 1b on August 25, 2011 and 1 project in concurrence with Task Force item 2b on March 7, 2011; updates the funding plans of four Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program funded projects to reflect actual costs; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the FTA Non-Urbanized Formula Program grouped listing (VAR030002) to add $68,812 in FTA 5311(f) funds and $56,361 in local funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s federal programming capacity in the amount of $670,000 for Earmark and FTA 5311(f) funds programmed through this administrative modification. MTC’s 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2011-14, 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 State Implementation Plan (SIP).

11-13
Approved

Amendment 15 $68,305,699 9-28-11

10-19-11 11-10-11
Amendment 2011-13 makes revisions to 15 projects with a net increase in funding of $68.4 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plan of the TIP to add approximately $13.5 million in federal discretionary revenues; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of three Caltrans managed Grouped Listings (Safety Improvements Highway Safety Improvement Program [REG070009] - splits out $900,000 in HSIP funds to the individually listed Highway 9 Safety Improvements project [SCL070050], Emergency Repair SHOPP Emergency Response [REG070001] - updates the back-up list and adds in $29.2 million in programming, and Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction SHOPP [REG110025] - updates the back-up list and adds in $11.6 million in programming); programs $3 million in federal discretionary funds to amend in two new projects (Caltrain Transit Asset Management System [REG110025] and San Pablo Bay NWR Access Road in Petaluma [SON110030]) and updates the funding plan of the Napa Valley Vine Trail Design and Construction project (NAP110014); amends in one new project using $500,000 in CMAQ - TLC funds (Moraga Way Streetscape Improvements [CC-110055]) and updates the scopes and funding plans of two other CMAQ funded projects (South Hayward BART Area/Dixon Street Streetscape [ALA110035] and Local Government EV Fleet Program [REG110013]); and archives the Sunnyvale/Evelyn Avenue/Maria Lane Overlay project from the TIP as the project has been completed and is open to traffic.
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11-12
Approved

Administrative Modification 22 $2,794,611 9-1-11

N/A N/A
Revision 11-12 is an administrative modification that revises 22 projects with a net increase in funding of $2.8 million. Among other changes, this revision: programs $10.5 million in federal discretionary funding to update the funding plans of five projects (Napa Valley Vine Trail – Design Segments [NAP110014], I-680 Auxiliary Lanes [CC-030005], SR 82 – El Camino Real Grand Boulevard Initiative [SM-050051], GGBHTD – Replacement of Ferry Propulsion Systems [MRN090025], and Ferry Service – Berkeley/Albany [MTC050027]); updates the funding plans of all Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Programs (NMTPP) funded projects in the TIP to reflect actual obligations and removes $2.6 million from the NMTPP for Marin County listing (MRN050033) as these funds are already included in the individual listing for the Cal-Park Hill Tunnel project (MRN030003); and shifts the second phase of the Walnut Creek - Ygnacio Valley Road Ped/Bike Trail project (CC-050031) to a new individually listed project (CC-110054). The administrative modification is financially constrained and MTC relies on the State’s federal programming capacity in the amount of $10.5 million for federal discretionary funds programmed through this administrative modification. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity.

11-11
Approved

Administrative Modification 15 $650,402 8-4-11

8-8-11 N/A
TIP Revision No. 11-11 revises 15 projects with a net increase in funding of $650,402. Among other changes, this revision: Updates the funding plan of the Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program (NMTPP) for Marin County to add in $398,902 in NMTPP earmark funds; Updates the air quality exemption codes for seven projects to reflect the project descriptions as approved by the Air Quality Conformity Task Force on July 28, 2011; and Updates grouped listings for the Jobs Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) Small Urbanized Area and Rural Area Program to add $400,000 in JARC funds and reduce Other Local funds by $148,500, and to include a new back-up list. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity.
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11-10
Approved

Amendment 34 $51,992,806 7-27-11
9-8-11
9-15-11
Amendment 2011-10 makes revisions to 34 projects with a net increase in funding of $52 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plan and schedule for the San Jose International Airport People Mover (SCL090019) to remove $50.4 million in RTIP funding and $402 million in Santa Clara County Sales Tax Measure funds and moves the project to later years; updates the funding plan for the BART to Silicon Valley - Warm Springs to Berryessa extension (SCL110005) to replace $50.4 million in Santa Clara Sales Tax Measure funds with $50.4 million in RTIP funding redirected from the San Jose People Mover (SCL090019) by the California Transportation Commission (CTC); updates the funding plans of SFMTA’s Third St. LRT Phase 2 – New Central Subway and AC Transit’s Enhanced Bus – Telegraph/International/East 14th Street to program $35 million in FY11 5309 New Starts and Small Starts funding in place of existing long range plan funds with no change to the total project cost; updates the funding plans of the SF Ferry Terminal/Berthing Facilities project (MTC050029) to add $16 million in Proposition 1B funds; adds approximately $16 million in local funds to the US 101/Broadway Interchange Reconstruction project (SM-050028); amends 11 new exempt projects into the TIP using $3.9 million in STP funding, $2.6 million in IIP funding, $2.5 million in CMAQ funding, $117,000 in HPP earmark funding, $1.2 million in local funding, and $52,000 in FEMA funding; adds four projects in Contra Costa County using MTC’s Safe Routes to School CMAQ funds; updates two Caltrans managed Group Listings: SRTS Safety Improvements and SHOPP Pavement Resurfacing; and deletes the Travis AFB: North Gate Improvements project (SOL070048) because the funds were redirected to other projects.

11-09
Approved

Amendment 0 $0 7-27-11
8-17-11
N/A
Amendment 11-09 does not make any changes to project listings in the TIP. The amendment makes the following changes: Expands the delegated signatory authority of the Executive Director and Deputy Directors for approving TIP administrative modifications to include approval of administrative modifications to the Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (FSTIP); Updates reference to the latest Public Participation Plan approved by MTC on December 15, 2011(Appendix A-4 of the adopted 2011 TIP). Revises the 2011 TIP revision process and procedures (Appendix A-33 of the adopted 2011 TIP) to include provisions of the updated public participation plan and incorporate the FSTIP/TIP administrative modifications and Amendment procedures recently revised by FHWA and FTA, including the following changes - Revises the amount a project may be changed as an administrative modification from the current threshold of the lesser of 25% or $5 million, to the lesser of 40% or $10 million; Allows the programming of the Preliminary Engineering (PE) phase as an administrative modification if right of Way or Construction is already programmed in the TIP; Allows the reprogramming of an FTA funded project from the Prior TIP into the current TIP as an administrative modification; Allows the addition or deletion of a project from a grouped project listing provided the funding amounts are within the threshold of the lesser of 40% or $10 million; and Allows the description of a project in a grouped project listing to be changed as an administrative modification as long as such change does not conflict with the approved environmental document.
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11-08
Approved

Admin. Mod. 55 $13,581,159 7-7-11
7-8-11
N/A

TIP revision 11-08 revises 55 projects with a net increase in funding of $13.6 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plans of 12 STIP funded projects to reflect the latest approvals by CTC; updates the funding plans for 10 projects with no change in the total cost by changing fund sources (eg. BART – Berryessa to San Jose Extension - Fund source change in years outside of the four years of the TIP) or reprograms funds between phases (e.g. $3.7 million in Public Lands Highway funds from the construction phase to right-of-way for the US 101 Doyle Drive Replacement project) or changes the funding between years (e.g. reprograms $15 million in 5309 Small Starts funds from FY12 to FY11 for the Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit project); updates the air quality exemption codes for 14 projects to reflect the project descriptions; splits a portion of the SR1-19th Avenue Streetscape Improvements (SF-070025) project to create a locally funded project; and updates four Caltrans managed grouped listings: High Risk Rural Roads, Highway Safety Improvement Program, SHOPP Mobility program, and SHOPP Collision Reduction program.

MTC relies on the State’s federal programming capacity in the amount of $668,000 for the Earmark funding programmed through this administrative modification. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity.

11-07
Approved

Amendment 39 $2,628,538 6-22-11
7-25-11
8-9-11
Amendment 11-07 makes revisions to 39 projects with a net increase in funding of $2.6 million. Among other changes, the revision: transfers $7.3 million in FY2010-11 FTA 5307 funds and $1.8 million in local matching funds from the BART Car Exchange (Preventive Maintenance) (REG050020) to BART’s Railcar Replacement Program (REG090037); updates the funding plans of three projects (transfers $17.5 million in FY 2008-09 CMAQ funding from the AC Transit’s Enhanced Bus – Telegraph/ International/ East 14th project [ALA050017] to the SF Muni Third Street LRT Phase 2 – New Central Subway project [SF-010037], reduces the FY 2010-11 Proposition 1B – PTMISEA funds on the SF Muni Third St. LRT Phase 2 – New Central Subway project [SF-010037] by $17.5 million, and adds $14.5 million in FTA 5307 funds and $3.6 million in local matching funds to AC Transit’s Preventive Maintenance Program [ALA991070]); updates the funding plan for WETA’s Central Bay Operations and Maintenance Facility (ALA110001) to reflect the transfer of $2.5 million in FTA 5309 funds from the Ferry Service – Berkeley/Albany project (MTC050027) and increase the total cost of the facility project by $6.6 million; reduces the FY2010-11 FTA 5307 funds on SFMTA- Motor coach replacement- 45 NABI buses (SF-090043) by $16 million and transfers the remaining $4 million in FTA 5307 funds to SF Muni Rail Replacement Program Part B (SF-95037B); and increases the amount of FTA 5309 Fixed Guideway funds on two projects by $3.3 million each (VTA: Rail Substation Rehab/Replacement [SCL050049] and TP OCS Rehab & Replacement [SCL090044]). Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
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11-06
Approved

Amendment 42 $88,510,134 5-25-11
6-27-11
7-13-11
TIP Amendment 11-06 makes revisions to 42 projects with a net decrease in funding of $88.5 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends in five new exempt projects (Kirker Pass Road Overlay [CC-110044] and Napa County Road Rehabilitation -Various Streets funded with $2.7 million in STP funds [NAP110019]; SR92/El Camino Real (SR82) Ramp Modifications Project [SM-110047] funded with $2.8 million in federal earmark funding and Lake Merritt Improvement Project [ALA110072] funded with $827,900 in federal earmark funding; and San Jose Walk N Roll – Safe Access [SCL110057] project funded with $568,000 in CMAQ funding); updates the back-up lists and revises the costs for three Caltrans managed Grouped Listings (Highway Bridge Program for Local Bridges [VAR991007] is reduced by $241.5 million; the revision also splits out 18 projects totaling $93.9 million from the Highway Bridge Program Grouped Listing and archives them as the funds have been obligated and the projects delivered; Safety Improvements – Highway Safety Improvement Program [REG070009] is increased by $22.4 million; SHOPP – Emergency Response [REG070001] is increased by $12.4 million; and Railroad/Highway Crossings [VAR991009] is increased by $2.3 million); and updates the funding plan for the I-80 Integrated Corridor Mobility Project (ALA070041) to add $8.1 million in Other Local funds and reprogram $76.7 million in Proposition 1B funds from prior years to FY2011 ($31.4 million) and FY2012 ($45.3 million). Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements. The Highway Safety Improvement Program grouped listing (REG070009) has been updated.

11-05
Approved

Amendment 127 $218,866,417 3-23-11
3-25-11

3-30-11
Amendment 11-05 revises 127 projects with a net increase in funding of $218.9 million. Among other changes, the revision: Amends in five new exempt projects into the TIP for approximately $3.9 million– that were originally listed under the County Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Grouped Listing REG090071. The grouped listing is being deleted as part of this amendment; Amend in a new exempt project funded with TIGER II funds of approximately $2 million: Oakland Army Base Infrastructure Master Plan (ALA110046); Update the name, scope and the cost of Iron Horse Trail, Tri-Valley Transit Connector to East Bay Green Transportation Initiative (ALA110011) and add in $7.9 million in TIGER II funds and $7 million in Other Local funds; Updates the back-up lists and increases the costs for the following Caltrans managed Grouped Listings: SHOPP - Roadway Preservation (MTC050009) by $82.8 million; SHOPP - Collision Reduction (MTC050011) by $73.9 million; SHOPP - Emergency Response (REG070001) by $15.8 million; SHOPP - Mandates (VAR991003) by $22.9 million; SHOPP - Bridge Rehab and Reconstruction (VAR991005) by $29.4 million; Highway Bridge Program for Local Bridges (VAR991007) by $159.8 million; Deletes four duplicate projects from the TIP: Port of Oakland 7th Street Grade Separation (ALA070023 - $180.2 million); City of Napa - Freeway Drive/Golden Gate CIR Project. (NAP090015 - $793,000); Freeway Drive/Golden Gate Drive Pavement Rehab (NAP11005 - $793,000) and Sunnyvale Ave/Old San Francisco Rd Intersection (SCL110011 - $835, 000). Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
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11-04
Approved

Admin. Mod. 22 $1,673,655 5-2-11
5-2-11

N/A
TIP revision 11-04 revises 22 projects with a net increase in funding of $1.67 million. Among other changes, this revision: updates the funding plan of the Almaden Expressway Improvements project (SCL070005) to add $2.6 million in FY2010-11 CON Earmark-T3-HPP funds with 20% toll credit match and reduce FY2007-08 CON Other Local funds by $1.2 million; transfers $250,000 in Non-motorized Transportation Pilot Program (NMTPP) funds from Marin County’s NMTPP (MRN050033) to the City of Novato’s NMTPP (MRN070011); and updates the funding plan of 14 projects to reprogram funds between phases, fund sources and years, with minor changes to project cost in ten cases. The significant cost change was the reduction of the total cost of the Regional Bicycle Sharing Pilot project (REG110010) by $431,350. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

11-03
Approved

Amendment 47 $38,046,007 12-15-10
12-29-10

12-30-10
TIP Revision 11-03 makes revisions to 47 projects with a net increase in funding of $38 million. Among these changes, the revision: amends in 17 new exempt Climate Initiative Program projects into the TIP – 13 of which fall under the Innovative Grants Category and 4 under the Safe Route to Schools Creative Grants Category; removes 5 Climate Initiative Program projects from the TIP based on finalization of the program; amends in five new exempt projects funded with FTA State of Good Repair Funds of approximately $16.9 million; updates the funding plan of two projects to add State of Good Repair Funds of $36.9 million (SFMTA: Islais Creek Motor Coach Facility (SF990004) and NCTPA: Replace Rolling Stock (NAP090005)); amends the funding plan of AC Transit’s Zero Emission Bus Advanced Demonstration project (ALA070046) to add in $6 million in TIGGER II funding and $2 million in matching funds; amends in two new exempt projects funded with TIGER II funds of approximately $3.3 million (Iron Horse Trail, Tri-Valley Transit Connector (ALA110011) and Grand Boulevard Initiative: Removing Barriers to Livable Communities (SM-110006)); and updates the funding plan of the US 101 Doyle Drive Replacement project (SF-991030) to reflect changes made as part of Revision 2009-59 and to reconcile federal funding to match final obligations. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
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11-02
Approved

Admin Mod. 35 $981,383 2-17-11
2-18-11

N/A
TIP revision 11-02 revises 35 projects with a net increase in funding of $981,383. Among other changes, this revision: Updates the funding plan of the Non-motorized Transp. Projects – Marin County project (MRN090049) to add approx. $1 million in NMTPP funds in FY11; Updates the Caltrans managed Grouped Listing for Collision Reduction (MTC050011) to update the back-up list and add $610,999; and Updates the STP /CMAQ funded grouped listing for the County Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program (REG090071) to update the back-up list and reduce the cost by $622,000. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

11-01
Approved

Admin Mod. 198 $13,459,348 1-4-11
1-6-11

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TIP revision 11-01 revises 198 projects with a net decrease in funding of $13.5 million. Among other changes, this revision: splits five STP /CMAQ funded grouped listings: County Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program (REG090071), Transportation Enhancements – Regional Transportation for Livable Communities (TLC) (REG090073), Pavement Resurfacing/Rehab - Local Roads System (REG110002), Regional Bike/Ped Projects (REG110003), and Transportation Enhancements – County TLC (REG110005) into 117 individual projects to allow for better tracking of the projects and reconciles project costs to actual funding in the case of existing projects; the grouped listing for County SRTS Program (REG090071) continues to be active in the TIP; all other grouped listings listed above are being archived; reconciles ARRA funding on 25 projects to match final obligation amounts; and updates 29 projects to reflect Caltrans’ use of toll credits for all RIP-TE funds in FY11. The changes made with this revision will not affect the air quality conformity or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.

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