Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Summary of Study Outreach Efforts... 3 Figure No. Description Page

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Table of Contents Introduction... 1 Summary of Study Outreach Efforts... 3 Figure No. Description Page"

Transcription

1

2 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Program Public Involvement and Agency Coordination Summary T Table of Contents Introduction Overview of the Project Purpose of this Report... 1 Summary of Study Outreach Efforts Introduction Agency Coordination Meetings Study Mailing Notification List Community Workshops Other Agency Meetings Public Comments Study Survey... 5 Figure No. Description Page Figure 1: Study Area... 2 Appendices Appendix A: Public Involvement Plan 2 Summary of Study Outreach

3 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Program Public Involvement and Agency Coordination Summary 1 Introduction 1.1 Overview of the Project The purpose of this study was to develop alternatives and strategies that identify solutions to address the mobility needs of the users along this corridor, and to provide for the safe integration of both the walking and bicycle riding public with other modes of transportation, utilizing a context sensitive approach. The project study limits includes the segment of Oak Ridge Road from Millennia Boulevard to Orange Blossom Trail, which is approximately 3.0 miles (see Figure 1). This project is located within Commissioner Victoria P. Siplin s District 6. A major component of the study was to update the previous Pedestrian/Bicycle Study for Oak Ridge Road, for the conversion of this corridor to a divided roadway with a raised center median. The study collected traffic data and public input, conducted an analysis of the data collected with the introduction of transportation safety countermeasures and enhancements, documented the cost and schedule of recommended improvements, and produced concept plans suitable for proceeding to the design phase in a study report. 1.2 Purpose of this Report The purpose of this report is to document and summarize the public outreach and agency coordination that took place throughout the course of the study. Introduction 1

4 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Program Public Involvement and Agency Coordination Summary Figure 1: Study Area Map 2 Introduction

5 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Program Public Involvement and Agency Coordination Summary 2 Summary of Study Outreach Efforts 2.1 Introduction A Public Involvement Plan (PIP) was developed at the onset of the study to assist Orange County in developing a project that meets the needs of the community in addition to gaining greater acceptance and support for the project. Activities implemented as part of the PIP allowed people living and working in the Oak Ridge Road study area, and other interested parties to contribute to the decision making process. The goal of the PIP was to generate interest in the project scope and schedule, and to outline the public input process. The PIP ensured that the public, local agencies and elected officials, and other interested parties understand the nature of the project and its benefits by providing an open, two way line of communication, presenting project information in an easy to understand format, and by making all project information readily accessible. Orange County conducted a number of events and special activities in order to implement the components of the Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study. The public involvement process gives a voice to all stakeholders along the project corridor and will engage residents, business owners, property owners, agency representatives, and other interested individuals in the planning and community design process. A key component in producing safe/multi modal recommendations is to have a collective community vision and coordination with the residents and community stakeholders. Orange County utilized several means to notify the community about each meeting and activity and to engage them throughout the study process. The following sections summarize the outreach methods used during the study to reach the goals set by the PIP. The PIP is provided in Appendix A. 2.2 Agency Coordination Meetings A multi agency meeting was held on June 7, 2016 to seek input on the proposed safety improvement countermeasures along the study corridor. The following agencies were included in the combined agency meetings: Florida Department of Transportation Bike/Walk Central Florida LYNX Orange County Utilities Department Orange County Park and Recreation Orange County Transportation Planning Orange County Traffic Engineering Summary of Study Outreach Efforts 3

6 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Program Public Involvement and Agency Coordination Summary 2.3 Study Mailing Notification List As part of the notification process for the community workshops that were held for this study, a contact list of all property owners located within or adjacent to the defined study area was developed. A copy of the mailing list is provided in Attachment B. 2.4 Community Workshops Two community workshops (CW) were held for the various stakeholders along the corridor to receive their input. The workshops are summarized below. The meetings were advertised in accordance to the project PIP Community Workshop # 1 The first CW was held on Thursday, April 25, 2016 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Sadler Elementary School Cafeteria. The meeting was held in an open house format with display boards and a handout for the public to review and discuss with the study team. There was a formal presentation given during the meeting as an open forum where attendees could ask questions of the presenter throughout the presentation. For this meeting, notices were sent out in English and included contact information for Spanish speaking residents. This meeting focused on the results of existing conditions analyses. The purpose of this workshop was to present the findings of the study to the public in the hopes of engaging them to obtain their feedback on strategies for viable pedestrian safety countermeasures Community Workshop # 2 The second CW was originally scheduled for September 1, 2016 but was rescheduled due to potential inclement weather. The CW was subsequently held on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at the Sadler Elementary School Cafeteria. The meeting was held in an open house format with display boards and a handout for the public to review and discuss with the study team. There was a formal presentation given during the meeting as an open forum where attendees could ask questions of the presenter throughout the presentation. Commissioner Siplin was present at this CW and gave a brief overview of next steps, the board process and decision making. For this meeting notices were sent in English, Spanish and Creole. This CW focused on the development of safety improvement strategies and the recommendations for the safety improvement plan. The workshop included an overview of the Safety Improvements Plan Alternatives and Benefit Cost evaluation, as well as obtain public feedback on Plan Alternatives, ranking and recommendations. 4 Summary of Study Outreach Efforts

7 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Program Public Involvement and Agency Coordination Summary 2.5 Other Agency Meetings Orange County Public Schools Following the first CW, the study team presented a project overview to the Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) representatives on August 2, The intent of this meeting was to obtain feedback on project alternatives, impact on school buses that travel along the corridor, and the potential for obtaining right of way in front of the OCPS building to include a proposed shared use path Orange County Public Works On Wednesday, December 21, 2016 the study team presented the recommended alternatives, cost information and benefit cost analysis to the Orange County Public Work Department to obtain feedback before finalizing the Alternatives and Strategies Report Orange County Student Pedestrian Safety Committee On October 20, 2016 the Orange County project manager presented the proposed improvements for school related traffic control devices, for the section of Oak Ridge Road in front of Sadler Elementary School and Westridge Middle School, to the Orange County Student Pedestrian Safety Committee. Feedback was received from the committee prior to finalizing the Alternatives and Strategies Report. The Orange County Student Pedestrian Safety Committee includes representatives from FDOT, the City of Orlando, Orange County Sheriff s Office, and other agencies within Orange County with an interest in school safety. 2.6 Public Comments Comment cards were used at all public meetings so that attendees could submit their input in writing and to monitor the effectiveness of the outreach efforts, as well as respond to citizen request. A public review and comment period of not less than fifteen (15) days was established for the receipt of comments from citizens. Throughout the course of the study and via the community workshops, the study team received written 13 comments from the public. All public comments were responded to by the Orange County Project manager via electronic mail, if possible. If the citizen did not include an electronic mailing address, the comment was taken into consideration and made part of the official project records. 2.7 Study Survey As part of the outreach effort, the study team developed a survey that was designed to measure residents perception of safety while travelling along the corridor, and their modes of travel. The study team conducted this survey at the first CW and was also circulated it in the schools located along the corridor. The survey results were used to inform the project recommendations. Summary of Study Outreach Efforts 5

8 APPENDIX A ii Summary of Study Outreach Efforts

9 TABLE OF REVISIONS No. Date Description 1 04/01/2016 Add newly appointed Orange County Title VI/Nondiscrimination Coordinator contact information to the Public Involvement Plan; Minor modification of notification schedule.

10 OAK RIDGE ROAD PEDESTRIAN /BICYCLE SAFETY STUDY On behalf of Mayor Teresa Jacobs and District 6 Commissioner Victoria P. Siplin, Orange County is pleased to present this Public Involvement Plan (PIP) to guide the public outreach efforts for the Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study. The study limits are from Millenia Boulevard to Orange Blossom Trail (US 441), which is approximately 3.0 miles. This corridor has been identified as a roadway with a significant number of pedestrian and bicycle crashes. In addition, there are a variety of land uses along the corridor including multiple schools, residential, retail, and office land uses, as well as heavily used transit routes, which necessitate that the corridor be truly multi modal. The Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study is a comprehensive review of the Oak Ridge Road corridor conducted to provide a safe integration of walking and riding bicycles with other modes of transportation. This study is a result of Mayor Teresa Jacobs Walk Ride Thrive! and INVEST in Our Home for Life initiatives, to make Orange County roads safer for all pedestrians and bicyclists. Honorable Teresa Jacobs Orange County Mayor Victoria P. Siplin Orange County District 6 Commissioner

11 Page intentionally left blank

12 Table of Contents 1.1 Introduction Overview of Mayor s Initiatives Purpose of the Study Identifying Outreach Populations Special Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities Limited English Proficiency Strategies Agency Coordination Meetings Community Workshops Other Public Meetings Local Planning Agency Public Hearing and Orange County Management Meeting Study Website Public Opinion Survey Comment Forms Newsletters Press Releases and Ads Outreach Schedule Mailing Database... 9 APPENDIX A: Outreach Map... A 1 Table of Contents i

13 Page intentionally left blank

14 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan Public Involvement and Stakeholder Coordination Program 1.1 Introduction Public involvement includes communicating to, and receiving information from, all interested persons, groups, and government organizations regarding the development of a project. This Public Involvement Plan (PIP) will outline the process taken to ensure the appropriate level of public involvement is performed for this project. The primary goal of the public involvement process is to inform the public about the planning process, the concepts suitable for implementation which can be moved forward to design, and on public infrastructure investments. This requires a process that is characterized by technical competence, honesty and integrity, and good listening. These principles will create the framework for the public involvement that will occur for the Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study. 1.2 Overview of Mayor s Initiatives Orange County is taking a proactive approach to addressing pedestrian and bicycle safety on its roadways countywide. As a result, Mayor Teresa Jacobs has initiated several initiatives, including Walk Ride Thrive! and INVEST in Our Home for Life, to make Orange County roads safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. In addition to these initiatives Mayor Jacobs is one of 120 nationwide mayors who have signed an online pledge to participate in the Department of Transportation s Mayors Challenge for Safer People, Safer Streets. The common goal of these initiatives is to make roads throughout the County more pedestrian and bicycle friendly, by incorporating safe and convenient walking and biking facilities in transportation projects. Orange County s current efforts include the Orange County Community Traffic Safety Team, a Student Pedestrian Safety Committee with Orange County Public Schools; new County sidewalk projects consisting of $2 million in annual funding; $3.5 million in funding annually for sidewalk repairs; regular Road Safety Audit projects, school safety audits and many other projects. 1 The Walk Ride Thrive! initiative expands on these efforts by enhancing the County s coordination, capital planning and codes, including changes to the Comprehensive Plan and Orange County Code, and a new Pedestrian Bicycle Safety Action Plan and Complete Streets policy. 1 PIP 1

15 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan The INVEST in Our Home for Life initiative will provide $15 million for pedestrian safety improvements at intersections and other selected locations that will enhance various features such as sidewalks, crosswalks, signals, turn lanes, updated signage and other necessary improvements. The pedestrian safety component of the INVEST program will address selected intersections and corridor improvements. Based on the Mayor s efforts, Oak Ridge Road has been identified as a corridor for addressing pedestrian and bicycle safety. 1.3 Purpose of the Study The purpose of this study is to develop alternatives and strategies that identify solutions to address the mobility needs of the users along this corridor, and to provide for the safe integration of both the walking and bicycle riding public with other modes of transportation, utilizing a context sensitive approach. The project study limits includes the segment of Oak Ridge Road from Millennia Boulevard to Orange Blossom Trail, which is approximately 3.0 miles (see Figure 1). This project is located within Commissioner Victoria P. Siplin s District 6. A major component of the study will be to update the previous Pedestrian/Bicycle Study for Oak Ridge Road, for the conversion of this corridor to a divided roadway with a raised center median. The study shall collect traffic data and public input, conduct an analysis of the data collected with the introduction of transportation safety countermeasures and enhancements, document the cost and schedule of recommended improvements, and produce concept plans suitable for proceeding to the design phase in a study report. 2 PIP

16 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan Figure 1: Study Area Map OAK RIDGE ROAD Not to scale PIP 3

17 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan Orange County will be conducting a number of events and special activities in order to implement the components of the Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study. The public involvement process gives a voice to all stakeholders along the project corridor and will engage residents, business owners, property owners, agency representatives, and other interested individuals in the planning and community design process. A key component in producing safe/multi modal recommendations is to have a collective community vision and coordination with the residents and community stakeholders. Orange County will utilize several means to notify the community about each meeting and activity and to engage them throughout the study process. 1.4 Identifying Outreach Populations Part of the responsibilities of the County is to help develop effective strategies for continued outreach to previously underserved or underrepresented populations. Newsletters and partnerships with groups servicing these populations will be asked to post upcoming meetings and events at specific service locations along the corridor. Orange County Public Schools, will also be notified of upcoming events. In addition, Orange County will use census data to identify underserved or underrepresented populations along the corridor. 1.5 Special Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and related federal and state laws and regulations forbid discrimination against those who have disabilities. Furthermore, these laws require federal aid recipients and other government entities to take affirmative steps to reasonably accommodate the disabled and ensure that their needs are equitably represented in County programs, services and activities. The County will make every effort to ensure that its facilities, programs, services, and activities are accessible to those with disabilities. The County encourages the public to report any facility, program, service or activity that appears inaccessible to the disabled. Furthermore, the County will provide reasonable accommodation to disabled individuals who wish to participate in public involvement events or who require special assistance to access facilities, programs, services or activities. Because providing reasonable accommodation may require outside assistance, organization or resources, the County asks that requests be made at least seven (7) calendar days prior to the need for accommodation. 4 PIP

18 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan Questions, concerns, comments or requests for accommodation should be made to the County s ADA Officer: Dianne Arnold, HFS Administrator Interim ADA Coordinator Mailing/Physical Address: Mable Butler Building, 2100 E. Michigan St., Orlando, FL Phone: (407) Fax: (407) Hearing Impaired: Florida Relay Limited English Proficiency Strategies The intent of the Public Involvement and Stakeholder Coordination Program is to offer meaningful opportunities for all interested segments of the public, including, but not limited to, low income, minority and Limited English Proficiency (LEP) groups, to comment about the Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study. The goals for this Public Involvement Program include: Inclusion and Diversity: The public involvement effort will include proactively reaching out and engaging low income, minority, and LEP populations within the study area so these groups will have an opportunity to participate. Accessibility: All American with Disability Act (ADA) requirements for accessibility will be met. Efforts will be made to enhance the accessibility of the public s participation physically, geographically, temporally, linguistically and culturally. Clarity and Relevance: The significance and potential effect of proposed decisions will be presented to participants. Responsive: Public comments will be documented, and when appropriate, incorporated into final recommendations for the corridor. Flexible: The public participation process will accommodate participation in a variety of ways and will be adjusted over time as needed. Persons who require language translation or interpretation services, which are provided at no cost, should contact Ricardo Daye, Orange County Title VI/Nondiscrimination Coordinator, at or via at at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting. 1.7 Agency Coordination Meetings An agency coordination meeting will be held to seek input on the existing corridor conditions and on the proposed improvements along the study corridor. This includes one initial meeting and two follow up meetings. The following agencies will be included in the combined agency meetings: Florida Department of Transportation PIP 5

19 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan Bike/Walk Central Florida Orange County School Board Lynx Orange County Utilities Department Orange County Parks and Recreation 1.8 Community Workshops Two community workshops (CW) will be held for the various stakeholders along the corridor to receive their input. The workshops are summarized below: CW #1 is tentatively scheduled for April 21, 2016 and will focus on the results of existing conditions analyses. The purpose of this workshop is to present the findings of the study to the public in the hopes of engaging them to obtain their feedback on strategies for viable pedestrian safety countermeasures. CW #2 is tentatively scheduled for August 4, 2016 and will focus on the development of safety improvement strategies and the recommendations for the safety improvement plan. The workshop will include an overview of the Safety Improvements Plan Alternatives and Benefit Cost evaluation, as well as obtain public feedback on Plan Alternatives, ranking and recommendations. 1.9 Other Public Meetings As the project progresses, there may be the need for up to two additional small group meetings with requesting parties. These small group meetings will be scheduled directly with the requesting parties and will be summarized and included as part of the Public Involvement documentation Local Planning Agency Public Hearing and Orange County Management Meeting The Oak Ridge Road Safety Improvement Strategies and Implementation Plan will require a meeting with Orange County Senior Management followed by a meeting with the local planning agency (LPA). The purpose of the meetings will be to seek approval of the study s recommendations Study Website A dedicated webpage will be developed in conjunction with the County s Communications Office. The webpage will be frequently updated prior to each Public Meeting, Workshop and the final Public Hearing throughout the life of the study to ensure the site remains up to date. The site will contain all meeting minutes, materials and project related newsletters. 6 PIP

20 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan 1.12 Public Opinion Survey To help ensure a comprehensive public outreach process, a public opinion survey will be developed in conjunction with CBW #1 to obtain public feedback on viable pedestrian safety countermeasures. The survey may be in the form of a written survey distributed at CBW #1 or may be available through the project s dedicated website Comment Forms Comment cards will be used at all public meetings so attendees can submit their input in writing, and also to monitor effectiveness of the outreach efforts, as well as respond to citizen requests. A public review and comment period of not less than fifteen (15) days will be established for the receipt of comments from citizens Newsletters Newsletters will be distributed to homeowners and area businesses within a 300 foot radius of the study corridor (adjusted as needed), at least two weeks prior to the each workshop and the LPA meeting, and at small group meetings. The distribution list will include an active list of homeowners associations, neighborhood associations, area schools/colleges, faith based organizations, non profit organizations, and businesses. The newsletters will be posted at key locations in the community. In an effort to reach renters in apartment complexes, Orange County will seek approval from the apartment complexes to post newsletters on their bulletin boards and mailboxes. The newsletters will include project specific information including at a minimum the following: Project overview and description Topics of discussion Meeting venue, location date and time Project contact information For electronic outreach, the newsletters will be sent to individuals and organizations with an address, including stakeholders residing along the corridor, and Orange County elected and appointed officials. All project information will be linked to the project s dedicated webpage on the County s website. PIP 7

21 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan 1.15 Press Releases and Ads Newspaper ads and press releases will be developed with the purpose of informing the general public about upcoming workshops for the study. The notices will be distributed at least 12 days prior to each workshop, and press releases will be issued within one week. The notices will be published in the Orlando Sentinel and El Sentinel (English and Spanish). Notices will include the time, date, place and procedures of each workshop as well as topics to be considered. Notices will encourage all interested parties to participate and give their comments and input on the proposed plans being developed Outreach Schedule Following is an overview of the major project milestones for this study. *Schedule is subject to change 8 PIP

22 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan 1.17 Mailing Database An initial stakeholder database will be created to include the owner of record of the properties within the study area, elected and appointed public officials associated with the project, persons or institutions expressing interest in the project, permitting and review agencies, community leaders and media representatives. The mailing lists for the agencies and the study area properties are included in Appendices B and C, and will be updated throughout the course of the study. PIP 9

23 Oak Ridge Road Pedestrian/Bicycle Safety Study Public Involvement Plan APPENDIX A: Outreach Map PIP A 1

The Public Participation Plan for Transportation Planning

The Public Participation Plan for Transportation Planning 2017 The Public Participation Plan for Transportation Planning Adopted by TCRPC Commission on April 26, 2017 3135 Pine Tree Road, Suite 2C Lansing, Michigan 48911 Toll Free: 1.800.619.6676 Phone: 517.393.0342

More information

Transportation Alternatives Program Application For projects in the Tulsa Urbanized Area

Transportation Alternatives Program Application For projects in the Tulsa Urbanized Area FFY 2015-2016 Transportation Alternatives Program Application For projects in the Tulsa Urbanized Area A Grant Program of Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) U.S. Department of Transportation

More information

2018 Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program Overview Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency

2018 Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program Overview Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency The purpose of the s (TPA) Transportation Alternatives (TA) program is to help fund connected infrastructure for non-motorized users. Construction funding is typically provided three years out. Funding

More information

Martin Pastucha, Director of Public Works David Martin, Director of Planning and Community Development

Martin Pastucha, Director of Public Works David Martin, Director of Planning and Community Development Information Item To: Mayor and City Council Date: November 13, 2013 From: Subject: Martin Pastucha, Director of Public Works David Martin, Director of Planning and Community Development 2013 Call For Projects

More information

PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNING, PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS Draft for Public Comment. January 15, 2014

PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNING, PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS Draft for Public Comment. January 15, 2014 PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNING, PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS Draft for Public Comment January 15, 2014 Washington County s Department of Land Use & Transportation respects civil rights

More information

Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Public Infrastructure Grant Proposal

Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Public Infrastructure Grant Proposal Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Public Infrastructure Grant Proposal Proposal Instructions: The Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Proposal (this document) must be completed by the governmental entity applying

More information

2016 Public Participation Plan. Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO)

2016 Public Participation Plan. Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) 2016 Public Participation Plan Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) April 13, 2016 Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization Public Participation Plan April 13, 2016 with

More information

CITY OF SOUTH DAYTONA TITLE VI NONDISCRIMINATION PLAN

CITY OF SOUTH DAYTONA TITLE VI NONDISCRIMINATION PLAN CITY OF SOUTH DAYTONA TITLE VI NONDISCRIMINATION PLAN Introduction The City of South Daytona (City) is a recipient of federal funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation modal agencies, including

More information

FLORIDA-ALABAMA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ORGANIZATION 2017 PEDESTRIAN BICYCLE MASTER PLAN UPDATE Scope of Work

FLORIDA-ALABAMA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ORGANIZATION 2017 PEDESTRIAN BICYCLE MASTER PLAN UPDATE Scope of Work FLORIDA-ALABAMA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ORGANIZATION 2017 PEDESTRIAN BICYCLE MASTER PLAN UPDATE Scope of Work Project Name: Purpose: Florida-Alabama TPO 2017 Pedestrian Bicycle Master Plan Update To provide

More information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Community Development Department Planning & Zoning Division REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS COMBINED ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION/ SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PLAN State Project No. ATPL-5169 (048) RELEASE DATE: SEPTEMBER 23,

More information

Tentative Project Schedule. Non-Discrimination i i Laws. Para Preguntas en español

Tentative Project Schedule. Non-Discrimination i i Laws. Para Preguntas en español Florida Department of Transportation, District Seven Project Newsletter Number 1 October 2012 The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is conducting a Project Development & Environment (PD&E) study

More information

4. IMPLEMENTATION. 4.1 Implementation Matrix

4. IMPLEMENTATION. 4.1 Implementation Matrix 4. IMPLEMENTATION 4.1 Implementation Matrix IMPLEMENTATION MATRIX The Implementation Matrix includes the implementation items, proposed time line, potential participating parties and potential funding

More information

Lancaster County Smart Growth Transportation Program (Updated March 2017)

Lancaster County Smart Growth Transportation Program (Updated March 2017) Lancaster County Smart Growth Transportation Program (Updated March 2017) Program Description The Smart Growth Transportation (SGT) program was established offered by the Lancaster County Transportation

More information

Table of Contents. Page 2

Table of Contents. Page 2 Sixth Avenue Transportation Demand Management Construction Mitigation Plan August 2014 Table of Contents Table of Contents... 2 1.0 Introduction... 3 Development of Recommendations... 6 2.0 Recommendations...

More information

Florida s Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Application

Florida s Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Application Florida s Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Application Call for Applications Note: fields will expand as needed FDOT FORM # 500-000-30 Section 1 School, Applicant & Maintaining Agency Information Notes:

More information

Draft Community Outreach Plan for the Climate Action Plan Update

Draft Community Outreach Plan for the Climate Action Plan Update Draft Community Outreach Plan for the Climate Action Plan Update PREPARED FOR 201 North Broadway Escondido, CA 92025 Project Contact Mike Strong, Assistant Planning Director (760) 839-4556 mstrong@escondido.org

More information

BOWLING GREEN - WARREN COUNTY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION

BOWLING GREEN - WARREN COUNTY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION BOWLING GREEN - WARREN COUNTY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Performance and Expenditure Report July 1, 2015 June 30, 2016 September 2016 Prepared and submitted by: Bowling

More information

On Ramps to the Regional Trail System Three Rivers Park District TAP Funding Proposal

On Ramps to the Regional Trail System Three Rivers Park District TAP Funding Proposal December 20, 2013 To: Local Cities/Agencies From: Kelly Grissman, Director of Planning RE: On Ramps to the Regional Trail System Three Rivers Park District TAP Funding Proposal Three Rivers Park District

More information

BROWARD COUNTY TRANSIT MAJOR SERVICE CHANGE TO 595 EXPRESS SUNRISE - FORT LAUDERDALE. A Title VI Service Equity Analysis

BROWARD COUNTY TRANSIT MAJOR SERVICE CHANGE TO 595 EXPRESS SUNRISE - FORT LAUDERDALE. A Title VI Service Equity Analysis BROWARD COUNTY TRANSIT MAJOR SERVICE CHANGE TO 595 EXPRESS SUNRISE - FORT LAUDERDALE A Title VI Service Equity Analysis Prepared September 2015 Submitted for compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights

More information

Michigan Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)

Michigan Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Michigan Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Program Overview Matt Wiitala Grant Coordinator, MDOT Office of Economic Development TAP Overview Federal funding program created by MAP-21 Eligibility

More information

DRAFT. Martin Metropolitan Planning Organization 2401 SE Monterey Road Stuart, FL PH: (772) FX: (772)

DRAFT. Martin Metropolitan Planning Organization 2401 SE Monterey Road Stuart, FL PH: (772) FX: (772) DRAFT Martin Metropolitan Plann ning Organization (MPO) PUBLIC INVOLVEMEN NT PLAN (PIP) UPDATE Martin Metropolitan Planning Organization 2401 SE Monterey Road Stuart, FL 34996 PH: (772) 288-5484 FX: (772)

More information

Public Involvement Plan

Public Involvement Plan Public Involvement Plan For the Regional Transportation Plan Update Corvallis Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Approved on June 8, 2016 Prepared for: CAMPO Prepared by: JLA Public Involvement, Inc.

More information

Port of Long Beach Community Grants Program. Community Infrastructure

Port of Long Beach Community Grants Program. Community Infrastructure Port of Long Beach Community Grants Program Community Infrastructure Guidelines for Implementation of the COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM Port of Long Beach Community Grants Program March 2017 CONTENTS

More information

Community Engagement Plan

Community Engagement Plan Preliminary Draft Community Engagement Plan for the Kings/Tulare Cross Valley Passenger Rail Plan August 1, 2016 Draft Prepared for: Tulare County Association of Governments Benjamin Kimball, Deputy Executive

More information

Appendix E: Grant Funding Sources

Appendix E: Grant Funding Sources Appendix E: Grant Funding Sources Federal Programs The majority of public funds for bicycle, pedestrian, and trails projects are derived through a core group of federal and state programs. Federal funding

More information

2016 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN. Technical Appendix L: Title VI/ Nondiscrimination Program

2016 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN. Technical Appendix L: Title VI/ Nondiscrimination Program 2016 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN Technical Appendix L: Title VI/ Nondiscrimination Program Endorsed July 20, 2015 INTENTIONAL BLANK PAGE Table of Contents Title VI Background... 1 Public Participation

More information

BOWLING GREEN - WARREN COUNTY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION

BOWLING GREEN - WARREN COUNTY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION BOWLING GREEN - WARREN COUNTY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION Fiscal Year 2016 Unified Planning Work Program Approved by Policy Committee - April 13, 2015 Prepared by Bowling Green-Warren County Metropolitan

More information

2018 Regional Solicitation for Transportation Projects

2018 Regional Solicitation for Transportation Projects 2018 Regional Solicitation for Transportation Projects Regional Solicitation Workshop April 17 2018 Regional Solicitation Purpose To distribute federal Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBGP)

More information

Table of Contents. 1. Introduction Public Involvement Requirements... 3

Table of Contents. 1. Introduction Public Involvement Requirements... 3 Table of Contents 1. Introduction... 1 2. Public Involvement Requirements... 3 3. Public Outreach Techniques... 6 Branding/Messaging... 6 Public Outreach and Partnering... 7 MPO Newsletter... 8 Media...

More information

The construction project can be classified into the following category of improvement:

The construction project can be classified into the following category of improvement: Board Plan Approval/Review Date: 9/6/2017 Last Plan Revision Date: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PLAN Project Title: Luxton Park Playground Improvements MPRB Division: Planning Project Manager: Cliff Swenson As

More information

Exhibit B. Plumas County Non-Motorized Transportation Plan SCOPE OF WORK

Exhibit B. Plumas County Non-Motorized Transportation Plan SCOPE OF WORK Exhibit B Plumas County Non-Motorized Transportation Plan SCOPE OF WORK PROJECT INTRODUCTION: The proposed project is the development of a legally compliant Plumas County Non- Motorized Transportation

More information

Public Participation Plan

Public Participation Plan Lowcountry Area Transportation Study (LATS) Metropolitan Planning Organization Approved January 24, 2014 Table of Contents Introduction and Background... 1 Purpose... 1 LATS Organization... 4 Public Participation

More information

2016 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN. Technical Appendix L: Title VI/ Nondiscrimination Program

2016 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN. Technical Appendix L: Title VI/ Nondiscrimination Program 2016 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN Technical Appendix L: Title VI/ Nondiscrimination Program Draft June 15, 2015 INTENTIONAL BLANK PAGE Table of Contents Title VI... 1 Environmental Justice... 2 Public

More information

REPORT TO MAYOR AND COUNCIL

REPORT TO MAYOR AND COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO..d REPORT TO MAYOR AND COUNCIL TO THE HONORABLE MAYOR AND COUNCIL: DATE: July, SUBJECT: ADOPT RESOLUTION NOS. -, -, -, - AND -0 OF LOCAL SUPPORT AUTHORIZING THE FILING OF APPLICATIONS FOR

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN ACTION

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN ACTION THE NORTHWEST LOUISIANA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS AND PROVIDENCE PRESENT: ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN ACTION I-49 INNER CITY CONNECTOR (ICC) 2013 Louisiana Transportation Conference WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE?

More information

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN Prepared for: Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization for the Gainesville Urbanized Area 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN Prepared by: Atkins Global & Quest Corporation

More information

Public Involvement Plan

Public Involvement Plan Project Number: CFHWY00359 Public Involvement Plan Date: March 23, 2018 Prepared by: Brooks & Associates 1704 Rogers Park Court Anchorage, AK 99508 (907) 272-1877 www.brooks-alaska.com Reviewed by: Lounsbury

More information

City of Dunwoody Policies. Article CITY OF DUNWOODY. Complete Streets Policy. Article. Version

City of Dunwoody Policies. Article CITY OF DUNWOODY. Complete Streets Policy. Article. Version CITY OF DUNWOODY Version 2011.08.01 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. PURPOSE 2 II. REQUIREMENTS 2 III. EXEMPTIONS 3 IV. DEFINITIONS 3 V. RESPONSIBILITY 3 City of Dunwoody 1 Effective: August 22, 2011 COMPLETE STREETS

More information

NORTHERN VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

NORTHERN VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY V NORTHERN VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY M E M O R A N D U M FOR: FROM: Members, Northern Virginia Transportation Authority Chairman Martin E. Nohe, Planning and Programming Committee DATE: September

More information

Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Public Infrastructure Grant Proposal

Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Public Infrastructure Grant Proposal Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Public Infrastructure Grant Proposal Proposal Instructions: The Florida Job Growth Grant Fund Proposal (this document) must be completed by the governmental entity applying

More information

Transportation Alternatives Program Guidance & Application Packet Call for Projects: April 5 th, 2018 May 11 th, 2018

Transportation Alternatives Program Guidance & Application Packet Call for Projects: April 5 th, 2018 May 11 th, 2018 Transportation Alternatives Program Guidance & Application Packet Call for Projects: April 5 th, 2018 May 11 th, 2018 Introduction The Region 1 Planning Council, in its capacity as the Metropolitan Planning

More information

MARTIN METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN (COOP)

MARTIN METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN (COOP) MARTIN METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN (COOP) MARTIN METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN Prepared for Prepared by Martin Metropolitan Planning

More information

Planning Sustainable Places Program

Planning Sustainable Places Program Planning Sustainable Places Program ADVANCING A SUSTAINABLE REGION PLACE BY PLACE 2019 Pre-Bid Workshop October 8, 2019 PSP Schedule Reminder Meeting Agenda Welcome RFP General Overview RFP Specifics Overview

More information

FUNDING SOURCES. Appendix I. Funding Sources

FUNDING SOURCES. Appendix I. Funding Sources Appendix I. Funding Sources FUNDING SOURCES planning and related efforts can be funded through a variety of local, state, and federal sources. However, these revenues have many guidelines in terms of how

More information

CHAPTER 6 Construction Traffic Management Program. Overview

CHAPTER 6 Construction Traffic Management Program. Overview Chapter 6: Construction Traffic Management Program CHAPTER 6 Construction Traffic Management Program Overview This chapter sets forth the policy and procedures to be followed by staff for the construction

More information

Summary Report Evaluation of the Measures of Effectiveness in the MPO s Adopted Public Participation Plan (PPP)

Summary Report Evaluation of the Measures of Effectiveness in the MPO s Adopted Public Participation Plan (PPP) Evaluation of the Measures of Effectiveness in the MPO s Adopted Public Participation Plan (PPP) Evaluation Period is March 2010 to August 2013 November 2013 Pasco County Metropolitan Planning Organization

More information

AGC of TEXAS Highway, Heavy, Utilities & Industrial Branch

AGC of TEXAS Highway, Heavy, Utilities & Industrial Branch AGC of TEXAS Highway, Heavy, Utilities & Industrial Branch THOMAS L. JOHNSON, Executive Vice President Texas Transportation Commission Meeting Highlights September 18 and 24, 2014 September 18 Commissioner

More information

ODOT s Planning Program Public Involvement Process

ODOT s Planning Program Public Involvement Process ODOT s Planning Program Public Involvement Process The Ohio Department of Transportation Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction to ODOT s Planning Program Public Involvement Process 3 1.1 Public Involvement

More information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. Uptown Main Street/US 25 Traffic Calming Analysis. Date Issued: June 5, 2018

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. Uptown Main Street/US 25 Traffic Calming Analysis. Date Issued: June 5, 2018 i REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Uptown Main Street/US 25 Traffic Calming Analysis Date Issued: June 5, 2018 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) INSTRUCTIONS 1.1 Project Introduction The City of Greenwood (City) desires

More information

Citizen Information Meeting

Citizen Information Meeting Prince William County Government Citizen Information Meeting Minnieville Road Improvements June 30, 2014 1 Project Overview The proposed widening of Minnieville Road to a 4-lane facility is included in

More information

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN Charleston Area Transportation Study (CHATS) Metropolitan Planning Organization PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN Adopted December 2012 PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT PLAN Charleston Area Transportation Study (CHATS) Metropolitan

More information

2012 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN

2012 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN 2012 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN Planning for Greater Akron September 2012 AMATS [am - ats] - noun 1. acronym for Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study. 2. serves Summit County, Portage County, and

More information

LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PLAN

LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PLAN LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PLAN DECEMBER 1, 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission... 1 Limited English Proficiency... 2 Four Factor Analysis... 3 LEP Persons Encountered by the

More information

Appendix L: Revised Citizen Participation Plan

Appendix L: Revised Citizen Participation Plan 2013-2018 Consolidated Plan 2015-2016 One-Year Action Plan Appendix L: Revised Citizen Participation Plan Community Development Commission of the County of Los Angeles APPENDIX L. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

More information

INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT

INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION ELEMENT I. PURPOSE The purpose of this Element is to identify and resolve incompatible goals, objectives, policies and development proposed by other governmental entities,

More information

KANSAS CITY REGIONAL TIGER PROJECT PMOC PROGESS REPORT 2014 Fiscal Quarter 1 October 1 December 31, 2013

KANSAS CITY REGIONAL TIGER PROJECT PMOC PROGESS REPORT 2014 Fiscal Quarter 1 October 1 December 31, 2013 KANSAS CITY REGIONAL TIGER PROJECT PMOC PROGESS REPORT 2014 Fiscal Quarter 1 October 1 December 31, 2013 January 16, 2014 PROJECT TYPE: Multimodal (bicycle, pedestrian, roadway, transit) LOCATION: Kansas

More information

DRAFT METRO TRANSIT ORIENTED COMMUNITIES POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT

DRAFT METRO TRANSIT ORIENTED COMMUNITIES POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT DRAFT METRO TRANSIT ORIENTED COMMUNITIES POLICY I. POLICY STATEMENT Traditionally transit agencies have focused their mission on a combination of planning, constructing and operating the public transit

More information

FLORENCE AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY

FLORENCE AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY FLORENCE AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY UNIFIED PLANNING WORK PROGRAM Federal ID #57 6000351 Fiscal Year 2014 Funding provided by: FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION and FLORENCE COUNTY www.florenceco.org/offices/planning/flats/

More information

Draft CRA Plan Amendment. Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board September 23, CRA Plan Amendment

Draft CRA Plan Amendment. Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board September 23, CRA Plan Amendment Draft Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board September 23, 2013 1 Project Scope Feasibility Study Public Workshops/Stakeholder Interviews Market Study 2 Schedule to Date Feasibility Study Community

More information

KANSAS CITY REGIONAL TIGER PROJECT MONTHLY PROGESS REPORT

KANSAS CITY REGIONAL TIGER PROJECT MONTHLY PROGESS REPORT KANSAS CITY REGIONAL TIGER PROJECT MONTHLY PROGESS REPORT November 2011 Submitted December 15, 2011 PROJECT TYPE: Multimodal(bicycle, pedestrian, roadway, transit) LOCATION: Kansas City metropolitan area

More information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Town of Hope Mills Multi-Modal Congestion Management Plan September 19, 2016 Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Proposal Due Date: 3:00 PM Eastern Time, 28 th October,

More information

Cass County Rural Task Force Call for Projects Deadline: December 12, 2018

Cass County Rural Task Force Call for Projects Deadline: December 12, 2018 Cass County Rural Task Force 2020-2023 Call for Projects Deadline: December 12, 2018 The Southwest Michigan Planning Commission (SWMPC) is pleased to announce the Call for Projects for the Cass County

More information

South Dakota Transportation Alternatives

South Dakota Transportation Alternatives South Dakota Transportation Alternatives Program Summary and Application Guide Updated March 2018 Connecting South Dakota and the Nation 1 Transportation Alternatives (TA) Summary 1. Overview Transportation

More information

Title VI: Public Participation Plan

Title VI: Public Participation Plan Whatcom Council of Governments Public Participation Plan Adopted October 14, 2009 Updated November 12, 2014 Whatcom Council of Governments 314 East Champion Street Bellingham, WA 98225 (360) 676 6974 Whatcom

More information

Transportation Alternatives Program Guidance

Transportation Alternatives Program Guidance Transportation Alternatives Program Guidance The Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP): The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) partners with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

More information

A FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DISTRICTS FOUR AND SIX COMMUTER SERVICES SCOPE OF SERVICES

A FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DISTRICTS FOUR AND SIX COMMUTER SERVICES SCOPE OF SERVICES Exhibit A FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DISTRICTS FOUR AND SIX COMMUTER SERVICES SCOPE OF SERVICES 1.0 Purpose The South Florida Commuter services vendor (hereinafter referred to as Vendor ) for

More information

Guidance. Historical Studies Review Procedures

Guidance. Historical Studies Review Procedures Guidance Historical Studies Review Procedures This guidance document provides instructional material regarding how to review and process project activities in accordance with TxDOT s Section 106 of the

More information

LRSP PROJECT SUCCESSES & CHALLENGES

LRSP PROJECT SUCCESSES & CHALLENGES LRSP PROJECT SUCCESSES & CHALLENGES 2013 LA TRANSPORTATION CONFERENCE Nick Verret, P.E. PROJECTS TO BE DISCUSSED St. Tammany Trace Warning Signs New Iberia Sidewalks & City of Central Radar Speed Signs

More information

8/9/2012. SWLRT Community Advisory Committee. Today s Agenda. CAC Issue Topics: Survey Results

8/9/2012. SWLRT Community Advisory Committee. Today s Agenda. CAC Issue Topics: Survey Results SWLRT Community Advisory Committee August 9, 2012 2 Today s Agenda Welcome/Approve Minutes Project Updates CAC Issues Survey Results DEIS Process Overview and Outreach Plan FEIS/Next Steps Reports CAC

More information

A GROWTH PLAN FOR JENA, LOuISIANA Adopted JAnuAry 26, MAKING IT HAPPEN Making it Happen

A GROWTH PLAN FOR JENA, LOuISIANA Adopted JAnuAry 26, MAKING IT HAPPEN Making it Happen A growth plan for Jena, Louisiana Adopted January 26, 2010 6. MAKING IT HAPPEN 77 6. Making it Happen 78 6. MAKING IT HAPPEN Adopted January 26, 2010 A growth plan for Jena, Louisiana Priority Implementation

More information

Downtown Oakland Specific Plan Frequently Asked Questions

Downtown Oakland Specific Plan Frequently Asked Questions Downtown Oakland Specific Plan Frequently Asked Questions 1. What is the Downtown Oakland Specific Plan? A Specific Plan is a regulatory tool that local governments can use to implement the general plan

More information

Appendix A: Public Involvement Plan

Appendix A: Public Involvement Plan Appendix A: Public Involvement Plan RM 620 Corridor Improvement Study Appendix A Draft Public Involvement Plan RM 620 Feasibility Study US 183 to SH 71 Williamson and Travis Counties CSJs: 0683-02-062,

More information

Summary of Workshop #2 Downtown South Neighborhood Improvement District Plan City of Orlando

Summary of Workshop #2 Downtown South Neighborhood Improvement District Plan City of Orlando Summary of Workshop #2 Downtown South Neighborhood Improvement District Plan City of Orlando MEETING DATE: November 27, 2012 LOCATION: TIME: ATTENDEES: PREPARED BY: Orlando City Hall, Overlook Room 9 th

More information

Major in FY2013/2014 (By and ing Source) Municipal Building Acquisition and Operations Balance $1,984, Contributions from Real Estate

Major in FY2013/2014 (By and ing Source) Municipal Building Acquisition and Operations Balance $1,984, Contributions from Real Estate Major in FY2013/2014 (By and ing Source) Environmental Services Solid Waste 4200 4200 06CON 4200 SWM01 Balance $13,753,504.00 Balance $4,631,754.00 Balance $2,738,918.00 ing Source Total: $21,124,176.00

More information

Purpose. Funding. Eligible Projects

Purpose. Funding. Eligible Projects SMART SCALE is a statewide program that distributes funding based on a transparent and objective evaluation of projects that will determine how effectively they help the state achieve its transportation

More information

SOUTHWEST LRT (METRO GREEN LINE EXTENSION)

SOUTHWEST LRT (METRO GREEN LINE EXTENSION) 10 Joint Development This chapter describes potential long-term direct and indirect and short-term (construction) direct and indirect effects that would result from the Southwest Light Rail Transit (LRT)

More information

RESOLUTION NO A RESOLUTION ADOPTING ALBANY' S CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN AS REQUIRED BY

RESOLUTION NO A RESOLUTION ADOPTING ALBANY' S CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN AS REQUIRED BY RESOLUTION NO. 6324 A RESOLUTION ADOPTING ALBANY' S CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN AS REQUIRED BY THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM ADMINISTRED BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

More information

Fiscal Year 2014 TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM (TAP) INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES

Fiscal Year 2014 TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM (TAP) INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES Fiscal Year 2014 TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM (TAP) INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES TABLE OF CONTENTS Pages 1. Instructions for Submitting a Transportation Alternatives Program Application. 1 2. Transportation

More information

CITY OF LA CENTER PUBLIC WORKS

CITY OF LA CENTER PUBLIC WORKS CITY OF LA CENTER PUBLIC WORKS TRAFFIC CALMING PROGRAM APPROVED PER RESOLUTION 08-304 ON DECEMBER 10, 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Summary... 1 Procedures... 2 Project Eligibility... 2 Project Funding &

More information

Title VI Notice to Public

Title VI Notice to Public Title VI Notice to Public Please also include a list of locations where the notice is posted to inform the public of their rights under Title VI. At a minimum, recipients must post the notice on the agency

More information

Title VI Plan. St. Coletta of Wisconsin, Inc. Title VI Plan Elements

Title VI Plan. St. Coletta of Wisconsin, Inc. Title VI Plan Elements Title VI Plan St. Coletta of Wisconsin, Inc. Adopted on: 4/28/2014 Adopted by: Ted Behncke, Chief Operating Officer Revised on: This policy is hereby adopted and signed by: St. Coletta of Wisconsin, Inc.

More information

LPA Programs How They Work

LPA Programs How They Work LPA Programs How They Work Ann Wills, P.E. Transportation Engineering Conference 2018 www.dotd.la.gov Requirements For ALL LPA Projects 1. Risk Assessment 2. Entity-State Agreement 3. Responsible Charge

More information

Objective 1. Research current housing issues in Avon to gain a deeper understanding of the housing market Type: Program Priority: 1 Cost: Medium

Objective 1. Research current housing issues in Avon to gain a deeper understanding of the housing market Type: Program Priority: 1 Cost: Medium Overall Comprehensive Plan Goals: Encourage growth in more suitable areas within town boundaries. These areas include sites close to existing residential, commercial, or industrial areas that are already

More information

LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PLAN. Chatham Area Transit Authority. Updated: March 2016

LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PLAN. Chatham Area Transit Authority. Updated: March 2016 LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY PLAN Chatham Area Transit Authority Updated: March 2016 The Limited English Proficiency Plan (LEP) is established pursuant to and in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights

More information

RESIDENT INPUT NEEDED!!!

RESIDENT INPUT NEEDED!!! RESIDENT INPUT NEEDED!!! A Public hearing will be held January 31, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the Arcand Meeting Room Bellingham Municipal Center 10 Mechanic Street, Bellingham MA To discuss a potential grant

More information

OahuMPO Transportation Alternatives Program

OahuMPO Transportation Alternatives Program OahuMPO Transportation Alternatives Program Guide for Sponsors and Applicants Approved by the OahuMPO Policy Committee May 19, 2015 This guide focuses upon the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)

More information

PUBLIC INPUT PROCESS GUIDELINES FOR SIX-YEAR TRANSPORTATION PLAN PROJECTS

PUBLIC INPUT PROCESS GUIDELINES FOR SIX-YEAR TRANSPORTATION PLAN PROJECTS PUBLIC INPUT PROCESS GUIDELINES FOR SIX-YEAR TRANSPORTATION PLAN PROJECTS Clallam County.1 PURPOSE The Clallam County Six-Year Transportation Improvement Plan (Six-Year TIP) serves as a multiyear financing

More information

Limited English Proficiency Plan of the Memphis Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

Limited English Proficiency Plan of the Memphis Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Limited English Proficiency Plan of the Memphis Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Introduction The Memphis Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is responsible for continual,

More information

Request for Proposals (RFP) City of Indianapolis/Marion County Pedestrian Plan

Request for Proposals (RFP) City of Indianapolis/Marion County Pedestrian Plan Request for Proposals (RFP) City of Indianapolis/Marion County Pedestrian Plan Health by Design, in partnership with the City of Indianapolis, is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to prepare

More information

City of Mount Rainier

City of Mount Rainier City of Mount Rainier Department of Public Works 3715 Wells Avenue, Mount Rainier, MD 20712 Telephone: (301) 985-6583: Fax (301) 779-4485 Comprehensive Street and Sidewalk Inventory, Assessment, and Action

More information

TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES (TA) SET ASIDE PROGRAM July 2016

TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES (TA) SET ASIDE PROGRAM July 2016 Regional Transportation Commission TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES (TA) SET ASIDE PROGRAM July 2016 Contents 1.0 Purpose and Eligibility... 2 2.0 Process... 5 3.0 Implementation of Funded Projects... 5 Attachment

More information

AMERICA BIKES SIDE-BY-SIDE COMPARISON OF BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN PROGRAMS SAFETEA LU VS. MAP 21

AMERICA BIKES SIDE-BY-SIDE COMPARISON OF BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN PROGRAMS SAFETEA LU VS. MAP 21 AMERICA BIKES SIDE-BY-SIDE COMPARISON OF BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN PROGRAMS SAFETEA LU VS. MAP 21 SAFETEA LU PROGRAMS 2012 MAP-21 PROGRAMS ANALYSIS 3 Distinct programs with their own funding, and mechanics

More information

Travel Times. Newsletter of the Pasadena Department of Transportation

Travel Times. Newsletter of the Pasadena Department of Transportation Travel Times Newsletter of the Pasadena Department of Transportation Cit y of Pasaden a Inside this issue: Traffic 2 Parking 3 Transit 4 Administration 5 Updates 6 Calendar 6 Message from the Director

More information

City of Bath CityBus Title VI Plan Non-Discrimination in the Federal Transit Program

City of Bath CityBus Title VI Plan Non-Discrimination in the Federal Transit Program City of Bath CityBus Title VI Plan Non-Discrimination in the Federal Transit Program Introduction Title VI was enacted as part of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964. It prohibits discrimination on the

More information

Board Meeting. Wednesday, June 20, :00 a.m.

Board Meeting. Wednesday, June 20, :00 a.m. Board Meeting Wednesday, June 20, 2018 9:00 a.m. Invocation Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call of Members Announcements Introduction of FDOT Staff Call to Order Highlands Transit Plan Public Involvement Award

More information

Frequent Routes to Funding

Frequent Routes to Funding Frequent Routes to Funding Safe Routes to School programs need to secure funding to carry out programming and to expand to reach more students. The financial needs of Safe Routes to School programs vary

More information

In developing the program, as directed by the Board (Attachment A), staff used the following framework:

In developing the program, as directed by the Board (Attachment A), staff used the following framework: _... ~ Los Angeles County ~ T~"'-"- Metro One Gateway Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90012-2952 213.922.200C metro. net 15 REVISED PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 SUBJECT: ACTION: OPEN STREETS

More information

Community Development Plan

Community Development Plan Community Development Plan This chapter provides an overview of the federal Community Development Block Grant Program as well as Washington County s CDBG program by providing a summary of Washington County

More information

SAN JOSE CAPITAL OF SILICON VALLEY

SAN JOSE CAPITAL OF SILICON VALLEY CITY OF "3 SAN JOSE CAPITAL OF SILICON VALLEY COUNCIL AGENDA: 11/29/16 ITEM: Memorandum TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL FROM: Barry Ng Jim Ortbal SUBJECT: 7652 - ST. JOHN STREET MULTI MODAL IMPROVEMENTS

More information

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN CITY OF BOISE, IDAHO CITIZEN PARTICIPATION PLAN HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 1025 SOUTH CAPITOL BOULEVARD BOISE, ID 83706-3000 (208) 384-4158 IDAHO RELAY SERVICE DIAL 7-1-1 OR SPECIAL TOLL

More information