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2013 TIP Revisions

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13-18
Approved

Administrative Modification 37 $50,704,375 10-6-14 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2013-18 revises 37 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $50.7 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 and $700,000 in Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) funds; updates the funding plan of the Napa Valley Vine Trail Design and Construction project to reflect the programming of $3.6 million in State Alternative Transportation Program (State ATP) funds; updates the funding plans of 10 Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects, including the transfer of $3 million from the Freeway Performance Initiative Program to the Regional Arterial Operations and Signal Timing Program; updates the funding plans of six Highway Bridge Program (HBP) funded projects to reflect the latest programming information from Caltrans; updates the funding plans of two projects to reflect the transfer of $68,300 in unexpended High Priority Project funds from the Bayview Transportation Improvements project to the Harney Way Roadway Widening project; and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of seven State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funded grouped listings and the Section 130 Railroad/Highway Crossing grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans, including the addition of $44 million in SHOPP funds and $834,000 in State STP funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $44 million in SHOPP funds, $3.6 million in State ATP funds, $1 million in TIGER funds, $834,000 in State STP funds, $700,000 in SHRP 2 funds, and $62,800 in HPP funds. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-18, 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.

13-17
Approved

Administrative Modification 24 $56,515,958 8-1-14 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2013-17 revises 24 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $56.5 million. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of four projects to reflect the programming of $7 million in State Proposition 63 funds and $20 million in bridge toll funds to the Golden Gate Bridge – Suicide Deterrent Safety Barrier project as well as the reprogramming of Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funding from of the Richmond Rail Connector project, the Electric Vehicle Funding Strategies project, and the Freeway Performance Initiative program listing to the Golden Gate Bridge project; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of six State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funded grouped listings and the federal Safe Routes to Schools grouped listing to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; updates the funding plans of four State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) funded projects to reflect the latest approvals by the California Transportation Commission; and updates the sponsors or implementing agencies of three STP/CMAQ funded projects. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $46 million in SHOPP funds and $7 million in State Proposition 63 funds. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-17, 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.

13-16
Approved

Amendment 90 $652,777,242 5-28-14 6-4-14 6-12-14
Amendment 2013-16 makes revisions to 90 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $653 million. Two changes of particular note are: Transbay Terminal/Caltrain Downtown Extension In July 2013 the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) board approved an updated Phase 1 project budget of $1.89 billion. This proposed TIP amendment transfers $310 million in local funding from the Phase II project to Phase I to reflect this updated Phase 1 budget increase. The Phase 2 budget will be updated in the 2017 TIP after the next update of the Regional Transportation Plan. Golden Gate Bridge – Suicide Deterrent Safety Barrier The current TIP listing for the Golden Gate Bridge suicide deterrent safety barrier does not include the construction phase for this improvement. This revision adds the construction phase totaling $80 million to reflect the full project cost as required for projects listed in the TIP. The funds added are identified as other local and Long Range Plan funding until such time that specific fund sources are committed to the project. Among other changes, the revision also: transfers the scope of the I-680 Northbound HOV lane project from the Caltrans managed listing (ALA010014) to a new ACTC managed project (ALA130034) along with $49 million in funding, updates the project description and the funding plan of ALA130034 to increase the total cost of the project by $156 million to reflect the full project scope and cost; amends the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority’s (VTA) non-exempt US 101-Zanker Road/North 4th St/Skyport Drive Interchange project into the TIP with a total project cost of $112 million; combines the project listings for two phases of MTC’s I-80 Express Lanes project in Vacaville and Fairfield into a single listing and updates the funding plan to increase the total cost of the project by $76.8 million; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of four Caltrans managed State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) grouped listings to reflect the latest information from Caltrans including the addition of $69.8 million in SHOPP funds; updates the San Mateo County Transportation Authority’s US 101 / Willow Road Interchange Reconstruction project to increase the total cost of the project by $23.7 million; updates the Port of San Francisco’s Pier 70 Shoreline Open Space Improvements project to increase the total cost of the project by $21 million; updates the San Francisco County Transportation Authority’s US 101-Doyle Drive Replacement project to add $13 million in SHOPP funds; updates the State Route 1 – Devil’s Slide Bypass project to reflect the addition of $7 million in Emergency Relief State funds for Bay Area Security Enhancement (BASE) and public address systems; amends 12 new exempt and two new non-exempt, not regionally significant Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Management and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects into the TIP; amends four new exempt Federal Transit Authority (FTA) funded projects into the TIP; amends four new exempt and one new non-exempt, not regionally significant Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) funded projects into the TIP and updates eight additional RTIP funded projects to reflect the latest California Transportation Commission action; amends four additional new exempt and one additional new non-exempt, not regionally significant projects into the TIP; updates the funding plans of 10 STP/CMAQ funded projects and 10 FTA funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions; archives three projects as they have been completed; and deletes three projects as the funding has been redirected. 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 2013 TIP remains financially constrained.
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13-15
Approved

Administrative Modification 20 $4,722,031 7-2-14 N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2013-15 revises 20 projects with a net decrease in funding of approximately $4.7 million. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of 14 projects funded through the Transit Capital Priorities program to reflect the latest programming decisions; updates the back-up listing of the Highway Bridge Program (HBP) grouped listing (VAR110045); and updates the funding plan of the Town of Danville’s Crow Canyon/Camino Tassajara Intersection Improvements project (CC-050075) to reflect past and planned obligations of High Priority Project (HPP) and Transportation Improvement earmark funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $1.2 million in Transportation Improvement funds. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-15, 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.

13-14
Approved

Amendment 34 $210,670,883 3-26-14 4-3-14 5-12-14
Amendment 2013-14 makes revisions to 34 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $211 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends a new grouped listing into the TIP – GL: Fiscal Year 2012 New Freedom Large Urbanized Area Program (VAR130005) totaling $4 million; amends 15 new exempt and one new non-exempt Surface Transportation Program (STP) funded projects into the TIP with $8.8 million in STP funding; amends one previously archived non-exempt, not regionally significant project back into the TIP; splits the I-680 express lane conversion portion of the Regional Express Lane Network into the I-680 Express Lane: Alcosta to Livorna/Rudgear (CC-130043) TIP listing for additional clarity and updates the funding plan to reflect latest estimates; and amends four new, exempt, locally funded projects into the TIP. 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.
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13-13
Approved

Administrative Modification 8 $128,292 5-21-14 N/A N/A

TIP Revision No. 2013-13 revises 8 projects with a net decrease in funding of $128,292. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of five Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Management and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects; and updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 Non-Urbanized Formula Program grouped listing (REG110041).

The administrative modification is financially constrained by year. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-13, 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.

13-12
Approved

Administrative Modification 96 $67,752,911 5-2-14 N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2013-12 revises 96 projects with a net increase in funding of $67.7 million. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of 26 Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funded projects to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priorities Program including changing the source of funds for $11.8 million in FTA Section 5307 funding to FTA Section 5337 and STP for the BART Car Exchange (Preventive Maintenance) project; updates the funding plans of AC Transit’s Enhanced Bus – Telegraph/International/East 14th project and BART’s Warm Springs to Berryessa Extension to reflect delays in project elements; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of three Caltrans managed State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funded grouped listings and the Highway Bridge Program (HBP) grouped listing and updates the back-up listing only for the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grouped listing; updates the funding plans of 27 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) funded projects to reflect the latest action by the California Transportation Commission; updates the funding plans of 13 Surface Transportation Program / Congestion Management and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions; and updates the funding plans of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Geary and Van Ness Avenue Bus Rapid Transit projects to reflect the latest programming decisions and schedule. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $24.9 million in SHOPP funding, $103,230 in Proposition 1B funding, $3.85 million in STIP-Prior funding, $25 million in FTA Section 5309-Bus funding carried over from a prior FTIP, $6.2 million in HBP funding, and $1.4 million in GARVEE funds. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-12, 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.
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13-11
Approved

Amendment 13 $14,501,250 1-22-14 2-22-14 2-26-14
Amendment 2013-11 makes revisions to 13 projects with a net increase in funding of approximately $15 million. Among other changes, the revision: updates the funding plan and back-up listing of the following four grouped listings to reflect the latest programming decisions (GL: Federal Transit Administration (FTA) 5311 Program (REG110041) – to increase total cost by $8 million; GL: Safety Improvements – Highway Safety Improvement Program (VAR110007) – to increase total cost by $13.4 million; GL: Bridge Rehabilitation and Reconstruction – SHOPP Program (VAR110044) –to reduce cost by $25.5 million as the funds are already reflected in the Doyle Drive project (SF-991030); GL: Highway Bridge Program (VAR110045) – to increase total cost by $30.2 million); reduces the cost of the Yerba Buena Island (YBI) Ramp Improvements project by $21.8 million to reflect the latest information from Caltrans; amends a new grouped listing into the TIP – GL: Fiscal Year 2014 Recreational Trails Program (VAR130004) totaling $7.2 million; and amends three new exempt projects into the TIP with a net increase in High Priority Project funding of $1.3 million, $1.4 million in Congestion Management & Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) funding and $400,000 in Other Local funding. 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.

13-10
Approved

Administrative Modification 44 $28,821,056 4-2-14 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2013-10 revises 44 projects with a net increase in funding of $29 million. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of six Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5307 funded projects to reflect the transfer of funds among the projects; updates the funding plans and back-up listings of three Caltrans managed grouped listings (VAR110004, VAR11007 and VAR130001) and four other grouped listings (REG110032, REG110039, REG11041 and VAR130002) to reflect the latest programming information including the addition of $3.6 million of State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP) funds, $145,900 in Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) and $300,000 in FTA Section 5311(f) funds; splits one Surface Transportation Program/Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (STP/CMAQ) funded project into two and updates the funding plans of 24 other STP/CMAQ funded projects to reflect the latest programming information; updates the funding plan of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Central Subway project (SF-010037) to reflect the latest delivery schedule and to revise the fund source for $83M in FTA New Starts funding to Proposition 1B funding to align with the project budget in the FTA Full Funding Grant Agreement; and splits out Phase 3 of the I-680/State Route 4 Interchange Reconstruction project (CC-010023) to a separate listing (CC-130046). 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 SHOPP funding, $15,560 in FTA Section 5311 funding, $300,000 in FTA Section 5311(f) funding, $145,900 in HSIP funding and $91.5 million in Proposition 1B funding.
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13-09
Approved

Administrative Modification 19 $2,231,559 2-7-14 N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2013-07 revises 19 projects with a net increase in funding of $2.2 million. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans and back-up listings of one grouped listings (REG110042 – Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Elderly and Persons with Disability Program) to reflect the latest programming decisions; updates the funding plans of four Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Congestion Management and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions and project eligibilities; updates the funding plans of two AC Transit projects to reflect changes in the Proposition 1B and AB-664 Bridge Toll programs; updates the funding plans of two Caltrain projects to reflect changes in the Transit Capital Priorities program; and updates the funding plan of the East Bay Regional Parks District’s Contra Costa Parks Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail Improvements project to carry forward High Priority Projects (HPP) program funds from prior years. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $204,200 in FTA 5309 carry-over funding, $69,130 in FTA 5310 carry-over funding, $115,910 in HPP funding, $41,575 in NMTPP funding, and $538,368 in Proposition 1B funding. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-09, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

13-08
Approved

Amendment 17 $18,154,546 11-20-13 /11-26-13 12-13-13
Amendment 13-08 makes revisions to 17 projects with a net increase in funding of $18 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends four exempt and seven non-exempt, not regionally significant One Bay Area Grant (OBAG) funded projects into the TIP and updates the funding plan and scope of one additional OBAG funded project with a net increase in STP/CMAQ funding of $11.5 million; archives an earlier listing for the Vallejo Downtown Streetscapes project (SOL050048) as it has been completed; and amends two new grouped listings into the TIP (VAR130002 – GL: JARC FY12 Small UA & Rural; and VAR130003 – GL: New Freedom FY12 Small UA & Rural) with a net increase in JARC funding of $475,933 and in New Freedom funding of $584,825. Changes made with this revision do not affect the air quality conformity finding or conflict with the financial constraint requirements.
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13-07
Approved

Administrative Modification 27 $16,885,672 12-30-13 N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2013-07 revises 27 projects with a net increase in funding of $17 million. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of 20 Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions and project sponsors’ abilities to deliver projects in fiscal year 2013-14, with a net increase in CMAQ funding of $14 million and in STP funding of $52,000; updates the funding plan of MTC’s Freeway Performance Initiative (FPI) project (REG090003) to change the fund source for $15 million from local funding sources to the Proposition 1B - Trade Corridors Improvement Fund and to remove $24 million in Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) funds in addition to the CMAQ programming change included above; and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of two Caltrans managed grouped listings (VAR110004 – GL: Safety Improvements – State Highway Operations and Protection Program [SHOPP] Collision Reduction and VAR110005 – GL: Emergency Repair – SHOPP Emergency Response) to reflect the latest programming information from Caltrans, with a net increase in SHOPP funding of $11.7 million. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $11.7 million in SHOPP funds, $365,232 in Transportation Community System Preservation (TCSP) funds, and $23 million in Proposition-1B funds. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-07, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.

13-06
Approved

Administrative Modification 26 $256,000 11-21-13 N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 13-06 revises 26 projects with a net increase in funding of $256,000. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of 24 Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions and project sponsors’ abilities to deliver projects in fiscal year 2013-14; and updates the funding plan of the State Route-24 – Caldecott Tunnel 4th Bore project (CC-010002) to reflect the use of fiscal year 2012-13 State STP funds instead of fiscal year 2008-09 local funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year and MTC relies on the State’s programming capacity in the amount of $15 million in State STP. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-06, 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.
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13-05
Approved

Administrative Modification 35 $5,075,996 11-7-13 N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2013-05 revises 35 projects with a net increase in funding of $5 million. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of 12 STP/CMAQ funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions and obligations; updates the funding plans of 20 FTA and STP funded projects to reflect programming changes made through the Transit Capital Priorities program including the addition of $2.1 million in FTA funds and $1.4 million in STP funds; and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of one grouped listings (REG110042) to reflect the latest programming information including the addition of $533,578 in 5310 funds. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-05, 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 SIP.

13-04
Approved

Amendment 221 $634,718,807 9-25-13 10-1-13 10-24-13
Amendment 13-04 makes revisions to 221 projects with a net increase in funding of $635 million. Among other changes, the revision: amends 133 exempt and 11 non-exempt, not regionally significant One Bay Area Grant (OBAG), Regional Safe Routes to Schools (RSRTS), Priority Development Area (PDA) Planning, and Priority Conservation Area (PCA) funded projects into the TIP; updates the funding plans of 16 existing projects to reflect the programming of funds from these programs; updates the funding plans of three projects (REG110017, REG110010, and REG110015) and amends in nine exempt projects to reconcile the 2013 TIP with changes made as part of TIP Amendment 2011-35; amends nine exempt projects, three non-exempt, not regionally significant projects, and the PE phase of one non-exempt project into the TIP; updates the funding plans of five Transit Capital Priority (TCP) funded projects to reflect prior programming actions; updates the funding plans and back-up listings for seven grouped listings (REG110042, VAR110045, VAR110001, VAR110003, VAR110005, VAR110037, and VAR110044) and the funding plan for one individual project listing (SON090027) to reflect the latest programming information; amends one new grouped listing, SHOPP Roadside Preservation (VAR130001), into the TIP and archives the older version of this grouped listing (MTC050008) as the projects in that listing have been completed; deletes four exempt projects from the TIP as the funding has been redirected; 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.
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13-03
Approved

Administrative Modification 87 $36,067,333 9-30-13 N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2013-03 revises 87 projects with a net increase in funding of $36 million. Among other changes this revision: updates the funding plans of 27 STP/CMAQ funded projects to reflect the latest programming decisions; updates the funding plans of 27 FTA funded projects to reflect programming changes made through the Transit Capital Priorities program; updates the funding plan of MTC’s Freeway Performance Initiative project (REG090003) to add $2 million in FHWA Highway for Life grant funds and to reflect other programming changes; and updates the funding plans and back-up listings of four Caltrans managed grouped listings (VAR110004, VAR110012, VAR110031, and VAR110042) and one other grouped listing (REG110041) and updates the back-up listing only for one additional grouped listing (REG110032) 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 $181,000 in FTA 5311(f) funds, $12.8 million in SHOPP funds, $2 million in FHWA Highway for Life grant funds, $7.1 million in State STP funds, $2.4 million in HPP funds, $10,979 in Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Program funds and $333,700 in Transportation, Community, and System Preservation funds. MTC will update the financial plan to reflect the additional revenues with the next amendment. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-03, 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 SIP.

13-02
Approved

Administrative Modification 3 $7,076,274 9-24-13 N/A N/A
TIP Revision No. 2013-02 revises three Federal Transit Administration funded projects to reflect funds programmed through the Transit Capital Priorities Program with a net increase in funding of $7 million. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year. MTC will update the financial plan to reflect the additional revenues with the next amendment. MTC’s 2013 TIP, as revised with Revision No. 2013-02, remains in conformity with the applicable State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality and the revision does not interfere with the timely implementation of the Transportation Control Measures contained in the SIP.
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13-01
Approved

Administrative Modification 1 $0 8-15-13 N/A N/A
Administrative Modification 2013-01 revises one project with no net increase in funding. This revision updates the funding plan of San Jose's Autumn St. Extension project to reprogram earmarked funds from FY2010 and FY2011 to FY2013. The administrative modification is financially constrained by year. MTC's 2011 TIP, as revised with Revision No 2013-01 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.

13-00
Approved

2013 TIP Update 874 N/A 7-18-13 7-26-13 8-12-13
The federally required Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a comprehensive listing of Bay Area surface transportation projects that are to receive federal funding or are subject to a federally required action, or are considered regionally significant for air quality conformity purposes. The 2013 TIP covers a six-year period and must be financially constrained by year, meaning that the amount of dollars committed to the projects (also referred as “programmed”) must not exceed the amount of dollars estimated to be available. The 2013 TIP includes projects “programmed” in six fiscal years: FY 2012-13, FY 2013-14, FY 2014-15, FY 2015-16, FY 2016-17 and FY 2017-18. The TIP, along with Plan Bay Area, was analyzed by MTC to determine if it is consistent with or conforms to the approved federal State Implementation Plan (SIP), or meets other emissions tests for criteria pollutants and precursors for which the Bay Area air basin is designated as a nonattainment or maintenance area. This includes ground-level ozone, carbon monoxide and fine particulate matter.The 2013 TIP and accompanying Transportation-Air Quality Conformity Analysis were adopted by the Commission on July 18, 2013. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) approved these documents on August 12, 2013.

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