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1 FY - Transportation Improvement Program PROJECTS AT A GLANCE TIP TIP ID # PROJECT PROJECT PROJECT LENGTH TYPE OF Functional LANES LANES FED AID FEDERAL FEDERAL ADOT LOCAL OTHER OTHER HURF TOTAL YEAR TRAC's # SPONSOR NAME LOCATION IMP - WK - STRU Classifications BEFORE AFTER TYPE FUNDS FUNDS Prelim MATCH FUNDS FUNDS EXCHANGE COST FY 18 - Amendment # 2 Additional Funds CLC17-101D Colorado City Colorado City; Johnson Ave, Central St., & Arizona Ave. - ADA Ramps MMO D CBD Imrprovements Pierce Ferry Rd - Dolan Springs $84,870 $5,130 $90,000 $246,331 $14,890 $261,221 KNG C Kingman RT 66 HAWK signal Andy Devine Ave. and 1st Street $32,000 $8,000 $40,000 TOTAL FOR $368,201 $0 $28,020 $0 $0 $0 $396,221 ** LHV C Lake Havasu City Lake Havasu Avenue S. Palo Verde to Industrial 1.4 Reconstruction Rural Principal Arterial 4 5 $989,319 $59,800 $1,049,119 ** FY 18 - Amendment # 2 Additional Funds CLC17-101C LHV C Colorado City; Johnson Ave, Central Colorado City St., & Arizona Ave. - ADA Ramps $252,000 $15,232 $267,232 TOTAL FOR $1,246,319 $0 $75,032 $0 $0 $0 $1,321,351 Lake Havasu City Swanson Ave. Improvements Swanson Ave. from Acoma Blvd to Smoketree Ave. 0.8 CONSTRUCTION Urban Collector 2 3 $1,840,240 $111,234 $1,951,474 TOTAL FOR $1,845,240 $0 $111,234 $0 $0 $0 $1,956,474 Pierce Ferry Rd - Dolan Springs MMO C CBD Imrprovements $1,068,692 $64,598 $1,133,290 TOTAL FOR $1,073,692 $0 $64,598 $0 $0 $0 $1,138,290 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. MMO D Surfacing $334,100 $20,195 $354,295 Silver Creek Road Alternative Hard TOTAL FOR $339,100 $0 $20,195 $0 $0 $0 $359,295 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. Surfacing $1,325,173 $80,101 $1,405,274 MMO C Silver Creek Road Alternative Hard TOTAL FOR $1,330,173 $0 $80,101 $0 $0 $0 $1,410,274 NOTE: This is an overall listing of all projects that have been preliminarily approved by the TAC, by year, for 2016 to. Some projects will need to be moved or reprogrammed due to funding availability. 1. Projects highlighted in ** BLUE ** are in Lake Havasu City, but will be completed from the TIP rather than the TIP 2. Projects labeled with "" are waiting for eligibility determination from ADOT and FHWA. They are included in this summary list because approvals are expected. 3. ADOT Review Fee reported only when it is a federally funded project expense. When ADOT Review Fee is not shown, then any fee rendered was paid direct by local agency. 4. Only "" and "HSIP" funded programs are selected by ; projects with other funding sources are required to be included, but are selected through applications 5. Projects highlighted in "RED" show an amended change in this updated summary "" : Surface Transportation Program Prepared: 7/18/17 by Justin Hembree, Transportation Program Manager )

2 FY - Transportation Improvement Program HSIP PROJECTS AT A GLANCE FY 18 - Amendment # 1 Additional Funds KNG-H50 C City of Kingman Kingman Harrison LT Signal HSIP $80,640 HSIP $80,640 KNG-H51 C City of Kingman Sign Inventory Project HSIP $153,600 HSIP $153,600 TOTAL FOR $234,240 $0 $0 $0 $0 $234,240 QTZ C Quartzsite Design and inventory software HSIP $180,000 HSIP $180,000 Solar LED Enhanced Speed Limit MMO-H52 C Signs HSIP $150,000 HSIP $9,067 $159,067 TOTAL FOR $330,000 $0 $9,067 $0 $0 $339,067 MMO D Pierce Ferry Rd Shoulder Widening Alamo Road MP 21-MP 33 Preliminary Engineering HSIP $106,459 HSIP-SW. $106,459 TOTAL FOR $106,459 $0 $0 $0 $0 $106,459 MMO C Pierce Ferry Rd Shoulder Widening Alamo Road MP 21-MP 33 Preliminary Engineering HSIP $508,094 HSIP-SW $30,712 $538,806 TOTAL FOR $508,094 $0 $30,712 $0 $0 $538,806 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. LLA 00-H54 D La Paz County Alamo Road Guardrail 0 Preliminary Engineering HSIP $447,925 HSIP-SW $25,000 $27,075 $500,000 TOTAL FOR $447,925 $25,000 $27,075 $0 $0 $500,000 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. *Not approved LLA 00-H54 C La Paz County Alamo Road Guardrail Alamo Road MP 21-MP 33 Preliminary Engineering HSIP $2,451,800 HSIP-SW $149,711 $2,601,511 TOTAL FOR $2,451,800 $0 $149,711 $0 $0 $2,601,511 NOTE: This is an overall listing of all projects that have been preliminarily approved by the TAC, by year, for 2016 to. Some projects will need to be moved or reprogrammed due to funding availability. 1. Projects labeled with "" are waiting for eligibility determination from ADOT and FHWA. They are included in this summary list because approvals are expected. 2. ADOT Review Fee reported only when it is a federally funded project expense. When ADOT Review Fee is not shown, then any fee rendered was paid direct by local agency. 3. Only "" and "HSIP" funded programs are selected by ; projects with other funding sources are required to be included, but are selected through applications 4. Projects highlighted in "RED" show an amended change in this updated summary "HSIP" : Highway Safety Improvement Program "HSIP-SW": Highway Safety Improvement Program (Statewide Programming Process; all HSIP after will be programmed through State process, but candidate projects must be in TIP) "HRRRP": High Risk Rural Roads Program Prepared: 7/18/17 by Justin Hembree, Transportation Program Manager )

3 FY - Transportation Improvement Program FHWA / FEDERAL PROJECTS AT A GLANCE SE LLA C La Paz County Alamo Road, MP 0 to MP 20 $556,442 FHWA-ERF $33,635 $590,077 SE LLA C La Paz County Salome Rd. MP 8.5 to MP 20 $376,329 FHWA-ERF $22,748 $399,077 SE LLA C La Paz County Salome Rd., Centennial Bridge South to County Line $793,501 FHWA-ERF $45,230 $838,731 TOTAL FOR $1,726,272 #REF! $101,613 $0 $0 $1,827,885 TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0-040-B(AUE) ; Kingman I-40, Kingman Crossing Traffic Tracs No. H7114 Interchange Kingman Crossing Boulevard and Kingman Ash Fork Highway (I- 40) 0.34 Miles New Construction Urban Minor Arterial 0 4 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $22,000,000 $22,000,000 TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $22,000,000 $22,000,000 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 NOTE: This is an overall listing of all projects that have been preliminarily approved by the TAC, by year, for 2016 to. Some projects will need to be moved or reprogrammed due to funding availability. 1. Only "" and "HSIP" funded programs are selected by ; projects with other funding sources are required to be included, but are selected through applications 2. Projects highlighted in "RED" show an amended change in this updated summary "FHWA-ERF": FHWA Emergency Relief Funds (Selected and programmed by ADOT and FHWA) "FHWA-AID": FHWA Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration Grant (Selected and programmed by ADOT and FHWA) Prepared: 6/30/17 by Justin Hembree, Transportation Program Manager )

4 FY - Transportation Improvement Program TAP PROJECTS AT A GLANCE TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 NOTE: This is an overall listing of all projects that have been preliminarily approved by the TAC, by year, for 2016 to. Some projects will need to be moved or reprogrammed due to funding availability. 1. Only "" and "HSIP" funded programs are selected by ; projects with other funding sources are required to be included, but are selected through applications "TAP" : Transportation Alternatives Program (includes previous Transportation Enhancements and Safe Routes to School funding) Prepared: 6/30/17 by Justin Hembree, Transportation Program Manager )

5 - Transportation Improvement Program FTA PROJECTS AT A GLANCE -T T T T T T T T T T T T17-12 Regional Mobility Manager per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $90,000 FTA $22,500 $112,500 Achieve Human Services, Inc. "Minivan No Ramp Lake Havasu Expansion" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $20,428 FTA $2,270 $22,698 Achieve Human Services, Inc. "Minivan with Ramp to replace VIN 3568" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $39,237 FTA $4,360 $43,597 Lake Havasu MPO "Minivan with Ramp to replace VIN 2123" per FFY Lake Havasu MPO "Minivan with Ramp to replace VIN 2213" per FFY New Horizons Center Inc.. "Cutaway With Lift - 9 Passenger to replace VIN 5920" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $56,474 FTA $6,275 $62,749 New Horizons Center Inc.. "Cutaway With Lift - 9 Passenger to replace VIN 6048" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $56,474 FTA $6,275 $62,749 New Horizons Center Inc.. "Minivan With Ramp New Service Expansion" per FFY WestCare Arizona I Inc."Minivan No Ramp to replace VIN 3463" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $20,428 FTA $2,270 $22,698 WestCare Arizona I Inc."Minivan No Ramp to replace VIN 7306" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $20,428 FTA $2,270 $22,698 WestCare Arizona I Inc."Minivan With Ramp Expansion" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $39,237 FTA $4,360 $43,597 Arizona Board of Regents/NAU "Senior Companion Program Door through Door and More" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $40,000 FTA $40,000 $80,000 -T T T T T T T T18-06 Hualapai Indian Tribe."Operating Funds" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $20,000 FTA $20,000 $40,000 La Paz County Health Department."Operating Funds to provide services for special needs client" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 $25,000 FTA $25,000 $50,000 TOTAL FOR $545,417 $0 $148,660 $0 $0 $694,077 New Horizons - Cutaway with Lift 14 $60,948 FTA $6,772 $67,720 New Horizons - Cutaway with Lift Awards $60,948 FTA $6,772 $67,720 New Horizons - Minivan with Ramp Awards $42,687 FTA $4,743 $47,430 New Horizons - Minivan with Ramp Awards $42,687 FTA $4,743 $47,430 Achieve - Minivan NO Ramp 12 $28,917 FTA $3,213 $32, A d Achieve - Minivan NO Ramp 12 Milemarkers Therapy - Operating Funds" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $25,000 FTA $25,000 $50,000 Milemarkers Therapy - Cutaway with Lift 14 Passenger" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $63,342 FTA $7,038 $70,380 NAU - "Operating Funds" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $34,483 FTA $34,483 $68,966 Hualapai HEW - Minivan w/ Ramp 7 Passenger per FFY Section $42,687 FTA $4,743 $47,430 Hualapai HEW - Operating Funds" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $20,000 FTA $20,000 $40,000 WestCare AZ 1 - Minivan w/ramp Awards $42,687 FTA $4,743 $47,430 WestCare AZ 1 - Minivan NO Ramp Awards $24,589 FTA $2,732 $27,321 WestCare AZ 1 - Operating Funds" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $18,000 FTA $18,000 $36,000

6 - Transportation Improvement Program FTA PROJECTS AT A GLANCE -T18-07 NAZCARE - Minivan NO Ramp 12 -T18-08 Regional Mobility Manager per FFY Section 5310 Awards $90,000 FTA $22,500 $112,500 TOTAL FOR $654,809 $0 $171,908 $0 $0 $826,717 TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. TOTAL FOR $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 1. Only "" and "HSIP" funded programs are selected by ; projects with other funding sources are required to be included, but are selected through applications 2. Projects highlighted in "RED" show UNAWARDED/UNFUNDED REGIONAL COUNCIL & COORDINATION COUNCIL APPROVED PROJECTS Some project grant applications require regional approval (by placing it on the local COG TIP) prior to submission of the grant. This is to ensure regional planning coordination and support. Projects listed have been included in the Human Services Coordination Plan. The Human Services Coordination Plan was approved by the Coordinated Council and the Executive Board on the following dates: Coordinated Council Approval Date: 10/13/16 Executive Board Approval Date: 11/10/16 3. FTA Grant Awards are announced annually. Once grants are awarded, projects highlighted in "RED" will be unhighlighted indicating the projects approval and award. If one the proposed projects listed is not awarded for the year it will be removed from the TIP. "FTA": Federal Transit Administration Prepared: 6/30/17 by Justin Hembree, Transportation Program Manager )

7 FY - Transportation Improvement Program ALL PROJECTS AT A GLANCE KNG-H50 C Kingman Kingman Harrison LT Signal HSIP $80,640 HSIP $80,640 KNG-H51 C Kingman Sign Inventory Project HSIP $153,600 HSIP $153,600 Addition - Design CLC17-101D Colorado City Colorado City; Johnson Ave, Central St., & Arizona Ave. - ADA Ramps $84,870 $5,130 $90,000 MMO D Pierce Ferry Rd - Dolan Springs CBD Imrprovements $230,300 $13,921 $244,221 Addition KNG C Kingman RT 66 HAWK signal Andy Devine Ave. and 1st Street $32,000 $8,000 $40,000 SE LLA C La Paz County Alamo Road, MP 0 to MP 20 $556,442 FHWA-ERF $33,635 $590,077 SE LLA C La Paz County Salome Rd. MP 8.5 to MP 20 $376,329 FHWA-ERF $22,748 $399,077 SE LLA C La Paz County Salome Rd., Centennial Bridge South to County Line $793,501 FHWA-ERF $45,230 $838,731 -T17-01 Regional Mobility Manager per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $90,000 FTA $22,500 $112,500 -T17-02 Achieve Human Services, Inc. "Minivan No Ramp Lake Havasu Expansion" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $20,428 FTA $2,270 $22,698 -T17-03 Achieve Human Services, Inc. "Minivan with Ramp to replace VIN 3568" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $39,237 FTA $4,360 $43,597 -T17-04 Lake Havasu MPO "Minivan with Ramp to replace VIN 2123" per FFY -T17-05 Lake Havasu MPO "Minivan with Ramp to replace VIN 2213" per FFY -T17-06 New Horizons Center Inc.. "Cutaway With Lift - 9 Passenger to replace VIN 5920" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $56,474 FTA $6,275 $62,749 -T17-07 New Horizons Center Inc.. "Cutaway With Lift - 9 Passenger to replace VIN 6048" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $56,474 FTA $6,275 $62,749 -T17-08 New Horizons Center Inc.. "Minivan With Ramp New Service Expansion" per FFY -T17-09 WestCare Arizona I Inc."Minivan No Ramp to replace VIN 3463" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $20,428 FTA $2,270 $22,698 -T17-10 WestCare Arizona I Inc."Minivan No Ramp to replace VIN 7306" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $20,428 FTA $2,270 $22,698 -T17-11 WestCare Arizona I Inc."Minivan With Ramp Expansion" per FFY -T17-12 Arizona Board of Regents/NAU "Senior Companion Program Door through Door and More" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $40,000 FTA $40,000 $80,000 -T17-13 Hualapai Indian Tribe."Operating Funds" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $20,000 FTA $20,000 $40,000 -T17-14 La Paz County Health Department."Operating Funds to provide services for special needs client" per FFY 2016 Section 5310 Awards $25,000 FTA $25,000 $50,000 TOTAL FOR $2,858,099 $0 $277,324 $0 $0 $3,135,423 ** LHV C Lake Havasu City Lake Havasu Avenue S. Palo Verde to Industrial 1.4 Reconstruction Rural Principal Arterial 4 5 $989,319 $59,800 $1,049,119 Rescheduled FY17-18 Rescheduled FY17-18 Rescheduled FY17-18 CLC17-101C MMO-H52 C QTZ C LHM LHM LHM LHM LHM Colorado City Colorado City; Johnson Ave, Central St., & Arizona Ave. - ADA Ramps $252,000 $15,232 $267,232 Solar LED Enhanced Speed Limit Signs HSIP $135,792 HSIP $8,208 $144,000 Quartzsite Design and inventory software HSIP $165,000 HSIP $165,000 New Horizons - Cutaway with Lift 14 Passenger" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $60,948 FTA $6,772 $67,720 New Horizons - Cutaway with Lift 14 Passenger" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $60,948 FTA $6,772 $67,720 New Horizons - Minivan with Ramp 12 Passenger" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $42,687 FTA $4,743 $47,430 New Horizons - Minivan with Ramp 12 Passenger" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $42,687 FTA $4,743 $47,430 Achieve - Minivan NO Ramp 12

8 FY - Transportation Improvement Program ALL PROJECTS AT A GLANCE LHM LHM LHM T T T T T T T18-07 Achieve - Minivan NO Ramp 12 Milemarkers Therapy - Operating Funds" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $25,000 FTA $25,000 $50,000 Milemarkers Therapy - Cutaway with Lift 14 Passenger" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $63,342 FTA $7,038 $70,380 NAU - "Operating Funds" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $34,483 FTA $34,483 $68,966 Hualapai HEW - Minivan w/ Ramp 7 Passenger per FFY Section 5310 Awards $42,687 FTA $4,743 $47,430 Hualapai HEW - Operating Funds" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $20,000 FTA $20,000 $40,000 WestCare AZ 1 - Minivan w/ramp 7 Passenger" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $42,687 FTA $4,743 $47,430 WestCare AZ 1 - Minivan NO Ramp 7 Passenger" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $24,589 FTA $2,732 $27,321 WestCare AZ 1 - Operating Funds" per FFY Section 5310 Awards $18,000 FTA $18,000 $36,000 NAZCARE - Minivan NO Ramp 12 -T18-08 Regional Mobility Manager per FFY Section 5310 Awards $90,000 FTA $22,500 $112,500 TOTAL FOR $2,201,920 $0 $255,148 $0 $0 $2,457,068 ** LHV C Lake Havasu City Swanson Ave. Improvements Swanson Ave. from Acoma Blvd to Smoketree Ave. 0.8 CONSTRUCTION Urban Collector 2 3 $1,840,240 $111,234 $1,951,474 MMO D Pierce Ferry Rd Shoulder Widening Alamo Road MP 21-MP 33 Preliminary Engineering HSIP $106,459 HSIP-SW $6,435 $112,894 TOTAL FOR $1,951,699 $0 $117,669 $0 $0 $2,069,368 Kingman Crossing Boulevard and -040-B(AUE) ; Tracs No. Kingman I-40, Kingman Crossing Traffic Kingman Ash Fork Highway (I- 0 4 FHWA ADDITION H7114 Interchange 40) 0.34 Miles New Construction Urban Minor Arterial $0 FHWA $0 $0 $0 $22,000,000 $22,000,000 Pierce Ferry Rd - Dolan Springs MMO C CBD Imrprovements $875,377 $52,913 $928,290 MMO C Pierce Ferry Rd Shoulder Widening Alamo Road MP 21-MP 33 Preliminary Engineering HSIP $508,094 HSIP-SW $30,712 $538,806 TOTAL FOR $1,388,471 $0 $83,625 $0 $0 $1,472,096 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. LLA 00-H54 D La Paz County Alamo Road Guardrail 0 Preliminary Engineering HSIP $447,925 HSIP-SW $25,000 $27,075 $500,000 MMO D Silver Creek Road Alternative Hard Surfacing $334,100 $20,195 $354,295 TOTAL FOR $787,025 $25,000 $47,270 $0 $0 $859,295 NOTE: All Projects are listed for informational purposes; funding for these projects has not been secured. *Not approved LLA 00-H54 C La Paz County Alamo Road Guardrail Alamo Road MP 21-MP 33 Preliminary Engineering HSIP $2,451,800 HSIP-SW $149,711 $2,601,511 MMO C Silver Creek Road Alternative Hard Surfacing $1,325,173 $80,101 $1,405,274 TOTAL FOR $3,781,973 $0 $229,812 $0 $0 $4,011,785 NOTE: This is an overall listing of all projects that have been preliminarily approved by the TAC, by year, for 2016 to. Some projects will need to be moved or reprogrammed due to funding availability. 1. Projects highlighted in ** BLUE ** are in Lake Havasu City, but will be completed from the TIP rather than the TIP 2. Projects labeled with "" are waiting for eligibility determination from ADOT and FHWA. They are included in this summary list because approvals are expected. 3. ADOT Review Fee reported only when it is a federally funded project expense. When ADOT Review Fee is not shown, then any fee rendered was paid direct by local agency. 4. Only "" and "HSIP" funded programs are selected by ; projects with other funding sources are required to be included, but are selected through applications 5. Projects highlighted in "RED" show amended changes during FY "" : Surface Transportation Program "HSIP" : Highway Safety Improvement Program "HSIP-SW": Highway Safety Improvement Program (Statewide Programming Process; all HSIP after will be programmed through State process, but candidate projects must be in TIP) "TAP" : Transportation Alternatives Program (includes previous Transportation Enhancements and Safe Routes to School funding) "FHWA-ERF": FHWA Emergency Relief Funds (Selected and programmed by ADOT and FHWA) "FHWA-AID": FHWA Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration Grant (Selected and programmed by ADOT and FHWA) "FTA": Federal Transit Administration Prepared: 6/30/17 by Justin Hembree, Transportation Program Manager )

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