Shelton Easton Fairfield Monroe Trumbull StratfordSeymour Bridgeport Derby Ansonia Final 2018 – 2021 Transportation Improvement Program for the Greater Bridgeport & Valley Planning Region: Approved July 17, 2017 Amendments to June 21, 2018 0014 Table of Contents Abstract & Contact 2 Adopted Resolutions: 3 2017-10: PM2.5 Air Quality Conformity Determination 2017-11: Ozone Air Quality Conformity Determination 2017-12: Endorsement of the TIP 2017-15: Annual Self Certification 2018-11: FFY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program Performance- Based Planning and Programming (Amendment 6/21/2018) I: Overview 8 II: TIP Development Process 9 III: Air Quality Conformity Process 10 IV: Public Involvement 12 V: FHWA Projects 13 VI: FTA Projects 24 Greater Bridgeport & Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization Chief Elected Officials: David S. Cassetti, Mayor, City of Ansonia Joseph P. Ganim, Mayor, City of Bridgeport Anita Dugatto, Mayor, City of Derby Adam Dunsby, First Selectman, Town of Easton Michael C. Tetreau, First Selectman, Town of Fairfield Steve Vavrek, First Selectman, Town of Monroe W. Kurt Miller, First Selectman, Town of Seymour Mark A. Lauretti, Mayor, City of Shelton — MPO Chairman John A. Harkins, Mayor, Town of Stratford Timothy M. Herbst, First Selectman, Town of Trumbull— MPO Vice Chairman Transit Authorities: Mitchell Fuchs, Chair, Greater Bridgeport Transit Mark A. Lauretti, Chair, Valley Transit District 2 Abstract The FFY 2018 ~ 2021 TIP contains a listing of all proposed transportation im- provement projects programmed to receive federal financial assistance from the US Department of Transportation over the next four years. The TIP includes an overview that describes the organization of the Metropolitan Planning Organiza – tion (MPO) and the MOUs that guide the transportation planning process in the Greater Bridgeport and Valley planning regions. It also describes the TIP devel- opment process, the project selection procedures, and the results of the regional air quality impact assessment. The TIP is organized by federal aid transportation programs administered by FHWA and FTA. The public was provided an oppor – tunity to review the TIP and offer comments. Efforts were made to ensure low income and minority groups were notified about the draft TIP/STIP and afforded an opportunity to participate in the process: Public Comment Period: June 9th, 2017 to July 17th, 2017 Public Information Meetings: June 28th, 2017 at 5 pm, at the offices of MetroCOG June 15th, 2017 at 11 am, GBVMPO meeting at the offices of MetroCOG Contact: Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (MetroCOG) Matt Fulda, Executive Director 1000 Lafayette Boulevard, Suite 925, Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604 Phone: (203) 366-5405 Fax: (203) 366-8437 E-mail: mfulda@ctmetro.org Website: www.ctmetro.org Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments (NVCOG) Mark Nielsen, Director of Planning 49 Leavenworth Street, Third Floor Waterbury, Connecticut 06702 Phone: 203-757-0535 or 203-735-8688 E-mail: TIPComments@nvcogct.org Website: www.nvcogct.org Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments Staff Patrick Carleton, Deputy Director Lawrence Ciccarelli, Administrative Services Director Matt Fulda, Acting Executive Director Mark Goetz, Senior Transportation Planner/GIS Director Mark Hoover, GIS Specialist Colleen Kelleher, Deputy Finance Director George B. Obeng, GIS Specialist Michael Pavia, Deputy Director Meghan A. Sloan, Planning Director 3 Resolution 2017-10 GREATER BRIDGEPORT AND VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION Ansonia●Bridgeport ●Derby●Easton● Fairfield●Monroe● Seymour●Shelton● Stratford●Trumbull Responsible Metropolitan Transportation Planning Agencies CONNECTICUT METROPOLITAN COUNCIL OF GOVERNMEN TS NAUGATUCK VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 1000 Lafayette  Boulevard,  Suite  925   49 Leavenworth  Street,  Suite  301  Bridgeport,  Connecticut  06604 ‐4902                                                                            Waterbury, Connecticut  06702  Phone:  (203)  366‐5405  Fax: 366‐8437    Phone: (203)  757 ‐0535  Fax:  756 ‐7688  E ‐mail:  mfulda@ctmetro.org    E‐mail:  rdunne@nvcogct.org   RESOLUTION 2017-10 RESOLUTION ON CONFORMITY WI TH THE CLEAN AIR ACT OZONE WHEREAS, the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO) is required to submit an Air Qual ity Conformity Statement to the US Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in accordance with the final conformity rule promulgated by EPA (40 CFR 51 and 93) when adopting an annual Transportation Improvement Program or when effecting a significant revision of the Region’s Transportation Plan; and WHEREAS, Title 42, Section 7506 (3) (A) states that conformity of transportation plans and programs will be demonstrated if: 1.the plans and programs are consistent with re cent estimates of mobile source emissions; 2. the plans and programs provide for the expeditious implementation of certain transportation control measures; 3. the plans and programs contribute to annual emissions reductions consistent with the Clean Air Act of 1977, as amended; and WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the Greater Bri dgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization that the plans and programs approved today, June 15 th, 2017 and submitted to FHWA and EPA conform to the requirements of Title 42, Section 7506 (3) (A) as interpreted by EPA (40 CFR 51 and 93); and WHEREAS, The State of Connecticut has elected to assess conformity in the Connecticut portion of the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Is land, NY-NJ-CT Ozone Moderate Nonattaiment area (Fairfield, New Haven and Middlesex Counties) and the Connecticut Department of Transportation has jointly assessed the impact of all transportation plans and programs in these Nonattainment areas (Ozone Air Quality Conformity Report, May 2017); and WHEREAS, The Connecticut Department of Trans portation’s assessment (above) has found that plans and programs jointly meet mobile source emission’s guidelines advanced by EPA pursuant to Section 7506 (3) (A). NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization finds th at the Long Range Transportation Plan and the FFY 2018-2021 (TIP) and all Amendments conform to air qual ity requirements of the U.S. Environmental Protection Administration (40 CF R 51 and 93), related U.S. Depa rtment of Transportation guidelines (23 CFR 450) and with Title 42, Sec tion 7506 (3) (A) and hereby approves the existing Ozone Air Quality Conformity Determination, May, 2017, contingent upon no major adverse comments are received during said period. This resolution shall become effective as of June 15 th, 2017. CERTIFICATE The undersigned duly qualified and co-secretari es of the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization certifies that the foregoi ng is a true and correct copy of a resolution adopted at a legally convened mee ting of the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Or ganization on June 15 th, 2017. Respectfully submitted, Matt Fulda, Executive Director Richard T. Dunne, Executive Director MetroCOG – MPO Co-Secretary NVCOG – MPO Co-Secretary Date: June 15 th, 2017  GREATER BRIDGEPORT AND VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION Ansonia●Bridgeport ●Derby●Easton● Fairfield●Monroe● Seymour●Shelton● Stratford●Trumbull Responsible Metropolitan Transportation Planning Agencies CONNECTICUT METROPOLITAN COUNCIL OF GOVERNMEN TS NAUGATUCK VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 1000 Lafayette  Boulevard,  Suite  925   49 Leavenworth  Street,  Suite  301  Bridgeport,  Connecticut  06604 ‐4902                                                                            Waterbury, Connecticut  06702  Phone:  (203)  366‐5405  Fax: 366‐8437    Phone: (203)  757 ‐0535  Fax:  756 ‐7688  E ‐mail:  mfulda@ctmetro.org    E‐mail:  rdunne@nvcogct.org   RESOLUTION 2017-11 RESOLUTION ON CONFORMITY WITH THE CLEAN AIR ACT, PM 2.5 WHEREAS, the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO) is required to submit an Air Qual ity Conformity Statement to the US Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in accordance with the final conformity rule promulgated by EPA (40 CFR 51 and 93) when adopting an annual Transportation Improvement Program or when effecting a significant revision of the Regions Transportation Plan; and WHEREAS, Title 42, Section 7506 (3) (A) states that conformity of transportation plans and programs will be demonstrated if: 1.the plans and programs are consis tent with recent estimates of mobile source emissions; 2. the plans and programs provide for the expeditious implementation of certain transportation control measures; 3. the plans and programs contribut e to annual emissions reductions consistent with the Clean Air Act of 1977, as amended; and WHEREAS, It is the opinion of th e Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization that the plans and programs approved on June 15 th, 2017 and submitted to FHWA and EPA conform to the requirements of Title 42, Section 7506 (3) (A) as interpreted by EPA (40 CFR 51 and 93); and WHEREAS, The Connecticut portion of the New York – Northern New Jersey – Long Island, NY-NJ-CT area is designated a PM 2.5 attainment/maintenance area; and WHEREAS, The State of Connecticut has elected to jointly assess conformity in all PM 2.5 attainment/maintenance areas in Connecticut (Fairfield County and New Haven County) and WHEREAS, The results of the requi red emissions analysis pe rformed by the Connecticut Department of Transportation on the 2014 Long Range Transportation Plan and the FFY 2018 – 2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization and Amendments show that the implementation of the projects contained therein will result in emissions of PM2.5 in each analysis year that are less that the emissions of the baseline year; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization finds that the L ong Range Transportation Plan and the FFY 2018 – 2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP ) for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization and Amendments conform to air quality requirements of the U.S. Environmental Protection Administration (40 CFR 51 and 93), related U.S. Department if Transportation guidelines (23 CF R 450) and with Title 42, Section 7506 (3) (A) and hereby approves the existing PM2.5 Conformity Determination, May, 2017, contingent upon no major adverse comments are received during said period. CERTIFICATE The undersigned and duly qualified co-secretar ies of the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization certifies that th e foregoing is a true and correct copy of a resolution adopted at a legally convened m eeting of the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Or ganization on June 15, 2017. Respectfully submitted, Matt Fulda, Executive Director Richard T. Dunne, Executive Director MetroCOG – MPO Co-Secretary NVCOG – MPO Co-Secretary Date: June 15 th, 2017 Resolution 2017-11  GREATER BRIDGEPORT AND VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION Ansonia●Bridgeport ●Derby●Easton● Fairfield●Monroe● Seymour●Shelton● Stratford●Trumbull Responsible Metropolitan Transportation Planning Agencies CONNECTICUT METROPOLITAN COUNCIL OF GOVERNMEN TS NAUGATUCK VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 1000 Lafayette  Boulevard,  Suite  925  49 Leavenworth  Street,  Suite  301  Bridgeport,  Connecticut  06604 ‐4902                                                                            Waterbury, Connecticut  06702  Phone:  (203)  366‐5405  Fax: 366‐8437   Phone: (203)  757‐0535  Fax: 756‐7688   E ‐mail:  bbidolli@ctmetro.org  E‐mail:  rdunne@nvcogct.org   RESOLUTION 2017-12 FFY 2018 ~ 2021 TRANSPORTATION IM PROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE GREATER BRIDGEPORT AND VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION WHEREAS, the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planni ng Organization (MPO) is authorized by the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) and related US Department of Transportation re gulations to develop and endorse a transportation improvement program for the portion of th e Bridgeport-Stamford urbanized area located in the Greater Bridgeport and Valley planning regions; WHEREAS, the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropo litan Planning Organization has, in cooperation with the Connecticut Department of Transportation, the Greater Bridgeport Transit and the Valley Transit District, jointly prepared the FFY 2018 – 2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization ; WHEREAS, the FFY 2018 – 2021 TIP describes all projects programmed to receive federal transportation funding assistance from the Fede ral Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration over the next four federal fiscal years beginning October 1, 2017; WHEREAS, the FFY 2018 – 2021 TIP establishes project priorities, indicates project schedules, provides estimates of proj ect cost and identifies federal funding program; WHEREAS, the financial plans for the FFY 2018 – 2021 TIP are included and demonstrate financial constraint to anticipated federal f unding resources expected to be allocated and authorized to the State of Connecticut and the Bridgeport-Stamford urbanized area; WHEREAS , the FFY 2018 – 2021 TIP was made available for re view and public notification and review of the proposed TIP was consistent with and followed the procedures set forth in the MPO’s Public Participation Program Handbook , as amended, including providing a 30-day review and comment period, holdi ng a public information meeting, posting the draft TIP on the Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (MetroCOG) and the Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments (NVCOG) websites and considering public comments in revising the draft TIP; WHEREAS, MPO endorsement of the FFY 2018 – 2021 TIP is contingent upon no major adverse comments being received during the public comment period. Any comments received during the Public Comment period will be reviewed and considered once the public comment period has ended. WHEREAS , the proposed FFY 2018 – 2021 TIP has been presented to the MPO, reviewed and discussed; WHEREAS, the proposed program of projects in the FFY 2018 – 2021 TIP were assessed for their impacts on air quality and the State’s ability to attain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for the 8-hour Ozone and PM 2.5 pollutants and the region al emissions assessments demonstrate that the proposed projects will not have an adverse impact on air quality. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED as long as no major adverse comments are received during the public comment period , the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization, after reviewing the draft FFY 2018 – 2021 Transportation Improvement Program for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization and modifying the program of projects based on public comment a nd revisions received during the 30-day review and comment period, endorses the FFY 2018 – 2021 TIP presented and discussed here today as the official TIP for the Greater Bridgeport and Va lley Metropolitan Planning Region. The endorsement of the TIP covers a four-year pe riod from October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2021. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the TIP approval constitutes project selection in accordance with the requirements of the Fixing America’s Surface Tran sportation Act (FAST Act). This resolution shall become effective as of June 15 th, 2017. We, the undersigned co-secretaries of Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Connecticut, do hereby certify that the resolution adopted by the MPO at a public meeting held on June 15 th, 2017, at which a quorum was present and that the same is a correct and true transcript from the original thereof. Respectfully submitted, Matt Fulda, Executive Director Richard T. Dunne, Executive Director MetroCOG – MPO Co-Secretary NVCOG – MPO Co-Secretary Date: June 15 th, 2017 Resolution 2017-12  GREATER BRIDGEPORT AND VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION Ansonia●Bridgeport ●Derby●Easton● Fairfield●Monroe● Seymour●Shelton● Stratford●Trumbull Responsible Metropolitan Transportation Planning Agencies CONNECTICUT METROPOLITAN COUNCIL OF GOVERNMEN TS NAUGATUCK VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 1000 Lafayette  Boulevard,  Suite  925  49 Leavenworth  Street,  Suite  301  Bridgeport,  Connecticut  06604 ‐4902                                                                            Waterbury, Connecticut  06702  Phone:  (203)  366‐5405  Fax: 366‐8437   Phone: (203)  757‐0535  Fax: 756‐7688   E ‐mail:  mfulda@ctmetro.org   E‐mail:  rdunne@nvcogct.org   RESOLUTION 2017-15 URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING CERTIFICATION GREATER BRIDGEPORT AND VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION WHEREAS, the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO) is authorized by the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) relating to self-certification of metropolitan pl anning organizations, requires the MPO to certify that the metropolitan transportation planning process is being carried out in accordance with all applicable US Department of Transportation re quirements and must submit such certification concurrent with the submittal of the entire proposed TIP to the FHWA and the FTA as part of the STIP approval; WHEREAS, the Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments conducts the transportation planning process for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley planning region in accordance with the planning regulations promulgate d by the US Department of Transportation and specified in the FAST Act, by preparing an annual Unified Pl anning Work Program, conducting and performing transportation planning activities as contained in the UPWP, cooperatively preparing, maintaining and amending the endorsed short-range transportation improvement program (TIP), preparing and updating a long range regional transportation plan (LRP), assessing the air quality impacts of the proposed transportation improvement projects included in the TIP and LRP, and proactively involving the public in the transportation planning process and; WHEREAS , the GBVMPO adheres to the principles of non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or age in empl oyment or business opportunity, as specified in Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 a nd Older Americans Act, and regarding the involvement of disadvantaged business ente rprises in USDOT funded projects and the implementation of an equal employment opport unity program on Federal and Federal-aid highway construction contracts. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organizatio n, the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Bridgeport- Stamford Urbanized Area covered by Greater Bridgeport and the Valley planning regions, hereby certifies that the urban transportation planning proces s has been and is being conducted in accordance with the terms and provisions of the rules and regulations promulgated by the US Department of Transportation under the FAST Act and that all applicable provisions relative to involvement of public and private providers of mass transportation, civil rights, involvement of minority business enterprises, special efforts for elderly and disabled persons, the Clean Air Act and amendments, 23 U.S.C and 49 U.S.C have been satisfied. This resolution shall become effective as of June 15 th, 2017. We, the undersigned co-secretaries of Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Connecticut, do hereby certify that the resolution adopted by the MPO at a public meeting held on June 15 th, 2017, at which a quorum was present and that the same is a correct and true transcript from the original thereof. Respectfully submitted, Matt Fulda, Executive Director Richard T. Dunne, Executive Director MetroCOG – MPO Co-Secretary NVCOG – MPO Co-Secretary Date: June 15 th, 2017 Resolution 2017-15  Resolution 2018-11 GREATER BRIDGEPORT AND VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION Ansonia●Bridgeport ●Derby ●Easton ●Fairfield ●Monroe● Seymour●Shelton ●Stratford ●Trumbull Responsible Metropolitan Transportation Planning Agencies CONNECTICUT METROPOLITAN COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS NAUGATUCK VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS 1000 Lafayette Boulevard, Suite 925 49 Leavenworth Street, Suite 301 Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604 -4902 Waterbury, Connecticut 067 02 Phon e: (203) 366-5405 Fax: 366-8437 Phone: (203) 757-0535 Fax: 756-7688 E-mail: mfulda @ctmetro.org E-mail: rdunne@nvcogct.org RESOLUTION 2018-11 AMENDMENT FFY 2018-2021 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PERFORMANCE-BASED PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING WHEREAS, the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is authorized by the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) and related US Department of Transportation regulations to prepare, endorse; and periodically amend a short range Transportation Improvement Program for the 10-town MPO area within the Bridgeport- Stamford Urbanized Area; WHEREAS, the MPO endorsed the FFY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Planning Regions (TI P) at its June 15th, 2017 meeting; and the US Department of Transportation (Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration) have approved the State FFY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (STIP); WHEREAS, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) and the FAST Act mandate that Metropolitan Planning Organizations take a performance-based approach to planning and programming; WHEREAS, the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration published the final rule for “Statewide and Nonmetropolitan Transportation Planning; Metropolitan Transportation Planning” on May 27th, 2016; WHEREAS, this rule requires a performance-based approach to planning and requires that the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT), Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization, and the operators of public transportation use performance measures to document expectations for future performance; WHEREAS, as part of this new performance- based approach, the MPO is required to link the investment priorities contained in the TIP/STIP to achievement of performance targets; WHEREAS, Exhibit A, Performance -Based Planning and Programming is the proposed amendment to the TIP/STIP that will link these investment priorities to the achievement of performance targets; WHEREAS, the public notification and review of these proposed amendments was consistent with and followed the procedures set forth in the MPO’s Public Participation Program Handbook, as amended, and the proposed amendments are consistent with the goals and objectives of the long-range transportation plans of the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Planning Regions. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Greater Bridgeport and Valley MPO endorses Exhibit A, Performance-Based Planning and Programming as an amendment to Section II (TIP development) of the FFY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program . This resolution shall become effective as of June 21, 2018. We, the undersigned co-secretaries of Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Connecticut, do hereby certify that the resolution adopted by the MPO at a public meeting held on June 21, 2018, at which a quorum was present and that the same is a correct and true transcript from the original thereof. Respectfully submitted, Matt Fulda, Executive Director Richard T. Dunne, Executive Director MetroCOG – MPO Co-Secretary NVCOG – MPO Co- Secretary Date: June 21, 2018  I. Overview The Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GB- VMPO) is authorized by federal regulations and designated by the Govern or of Connecticut to conduct transportation planning and endorse a TIP/STIP for the portion of the Bridgeport-Stamford Urbanized Area covered by the Great- er Bridgeport and Valley planning regions. The Greater Bridgeport and Valley Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) lists all proposed highway and transit improvement projects within the Greater Bridgeport and Valley planning regions programmed to receive federal assistance over the next four federal fiscal years, beginning October 1, 2017 (FFY 2018) and ending September 30, 2021 (FFY 2021). The TIP is incorporated into the State Transportation Improvement Pro – gram (STIP), and is collectively referred to as the TIP/STIP. Federal regulations require the TIP/STIP to be “financially constrained.” This means there must be a reasonable expectation of federal financial assistance to implement endorsed projects and that the funding sources must be identified for each project. The MPO endorsed the FFY 2015-2018 TIP on October 14, 2014. The TIP has been subsequently amended over the intervening years to advance priority projects and maintain a financially constrained program. This TIP is organized by federal agency (FHWA or FTA), location (municipality, transit district, etcetc.) and project The TIP Includes: • MPO organization and TIP requirements; • Summary of the Transportation Planning Pro – cess Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs); • TIP development and project selection process; • Air quality assessment, regional air quality emission analysis results of TIP and air quality conformity determination (Ozone and PM2.5); • Public involvement activities and public com – ments; • Project descriptions, cost estimates and pro – gramming schedules; MPO Organization Membership of the GBVMPO includes the Chief Elected Officials of the ten mu – nicipalities of the Greater Bridgeport and Valley planning regions and the chair of the two transit operators serving the regions (detailed in the box belo w). Repre – sentatives of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT), and the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT – DEEP) are included as “Ex Officio” members. Memoranda of Understanding The transportation planning process in the Bridgeport-Stamford Urbanized Area is carried out through cooperative relationships between area municipalities, regional planning organizations, regional transit operators, the state t ransporta – tion agency, the state environmental agency, and federal transportation agencies. Agreements have been made between participants to define roles and respon – sibilities and formalize actions. The Memoranda of Understanding that guide transportation planning in the Bridgeport-Stamford Urbanized Area include: Transportation Planning Process: The Memorandum of Understanding for Transportation Planning in the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Planning Regions, 1981, consolidated the transportation planning process in the Bridgeport Urbanized Area (as designated by the 1980 Census) under the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The MOU specifies transportation planning participants, roles, and responsibilities and designates the Greater Bridge – port Regional Planning Agency (now the Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments, or MetroCOG) and the Valley Council of Governments (now the Nau – gatuck Valley Council of Governments, or NVCOG), as the transportation planning agencies for their respective regions. Greater Bridgeport & Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization: Greater Bridgeport Transit (GBT) Valley Transit District (VTD) Ansonia Bridgeport Derby Easton Fairfield Monroe Seymour Shelton Stratford Trumbull 9 The Memorandum of Understanding for Coordination of Transportation Planning Activities in the Three State New York-New Jersey-Connecticut Metropolitan Region describes how the five MPOs will coordinate metropolitan transportation planning and key planning documents and activities, as well as the process for meeting requirements for attainment of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The five MPOs are the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC), Northern Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA), South Western Region MPO, Greater Bridgeport/ Valley MPO and Housatonic Valley Council of Elected Officials. Project Movement within the Adopted TIP: The CTDOT and MPO established an agreement to expedite the selection and movement of projects within the en – dorsed State and MPO TIPs. The MOU established an administrative process for endorsing these types of changes and provides flexibility in adjusting the STIP/ TIP. Air Quality Planning and Conformity Efforts: The MPO and CTDEEP devel- oped a letter of understanding to define roles and responsibilities for air quality planning, particularly as it pertains to the development of transportation control measures (TCMs) and the State Implementation Plan for Air Quality (SIP). Transportation Planning and Funding in the Bridgeport-Stamford Urban – ized Area: This MOU was developed by the MPOs in the Bridgeport-Stamford urban area to guide how funds allocated under the STP urban program would be divided. Distribution is based primarily on the total population in each urban plan – ning region relative to its share of the combined population of all urban planning regions. The transportation funds from the FHWA (PL) and FTA (Section 5303) are passed through the CTDOT based on the fairsharefair share population formula to the urban regional planning organizations of the Bridgeport-S tamford urbanized area. Each year, CTDOT will determine the federal funding available to the Bridgeport-Stamford urbanized area and calculate regional fairsharefair share apportionments based on the method described above. II. TIP Development Process The TIP is prepared by MetroCOG and NVCOG, in collaboration with CTDOT, GBT and VTD. The MPO selects highway projects for the Greater Bridgeport and Valley attributable portion of FHWA’s STPBS program, as well as local transit projects under the FTA’s Section 5307 capital formula grant program. The CTDOT submits a list of proposed projects allocated to the other federal-aid programs. The MPO evaluates the draft State TIP (STIP) and incorporates its program into the MPO TIP. Projects proposed for federal-aid funding under the STPBS program are required to follow a prescribed scoping, evaluation and development process. Project proposals must complete all aspects of the process before they can be initiated and included in the TIP. For locally selected and initiated projects, the GBVMPO established policy crite – ria to set priorities: 1. Local reconstruction, widening, realignment and intersection improvement projects would be established as the first priority projects. 2. Traffic signal modernization projects would be recommended for funding under the FHWA’s CMAQ program. If the shift to the CMAQ program is not feasible, these projects would be established as the second priority projects. 3. Reconstruction, widening, realignment and intersection improvement proj – ects involving a state highway would be recommended for funding under the FHWA STPA category. If the shift to the STPA program is not feasible, these would be established as the third priority projects. 4. Local and state highway bridge replacement and rehabilitation projects would be recommended for funding under the FHWA Highway Bridge Re- placement and Rehabilitation (HBRR) program or the state-sponsored Local Bridge Program. If the shift to either the HBRR or Local Bridge programs is not feasible, these projects would be established as the forth priority . In 2013, the Connecticut state legislature created the Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program or LOTCIP. The new program provides state funds to urbanized planning areas in lieu of the federal transportation funds allocated under the Surface Transportation Program for urbanized areas. The CTDOT 10 implemented the program and developed guidelines and procedures for select- ing projects. While the LOTCIP provides an alternate funding source for local transportation projects, federal guidelines still require the GBVMPO and CTDOT to collaborate on project selection and evaluation under the STPBS program. Projects included in the TIP must address the issues and be consistent with the objectives contained in the GBVMPO’s long range regional transportation plans, as well as CTDOT’s capital plan. Project selection is based on thorough evaluation of project purpose and needs. The availability of federal financial assistance, the cost of the proposed improvement, and the ability of the project sponsor to finance and complete its share of the project are also considered in setting regional priorities. A financial plan and activity schedule is established for each federal fiscal year. This financial plan establishes the priorities for each funding category. Projects are intended to meet the following criteria: • Address a transportation deficiency; • Improve the movement of people and goods; • Adequately mitigate the transportation deficiency; • Minimize adverse environmental and social impacts; and • Is cost effective. All projects contained in the TIP are consistent with the Regional Transportation Plan for the Greater Bridgeport Planning Region and the Regional Transportation Plan for the Valley Council of Governments (now part of NVCOG), as well as the state-wide long range transportation plan. Performance-Based Planning & Programming (June 21 st, 2018 Amendment) The Statewide and Nonmetropolitan Transportation Planning and Metropolitan Transportation Planning, published on May 27, 2016, (FHWA 23 CFR Parts 450 and 771 and FTA 49 CFR Part 613) implements changes to the planning pro – cess, including requiring a performance-based approach to planning and re – quires that the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT), the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO), and the operators of public transportation use performance mea -sures to document expectations for future performance. Performance manage – ment and performance-based planning and programming increases the account – ability and transparency of the Federal-aid Program and offers a framework to support improved investment decision-making by focusing on performance outcomes for national transportation goals. FHWA and FTA established national performance measures in areas such as safety, infrastructure condition, con – gestion, system reliability, emissions, freight movement, transit safety and transit state of good repair. As part of this new performance-based approach, recipients of Federal-aid high – way program funds and Federal transit funds are required to link the inv estment priorities contained in the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) to achievement of performance targets. The MAP-21 performance-related provisions also require States, MPOs, and operators of public transportation to develop other performance-based plans and processes or add new requirements on existing performance-based plans and processes. These performance-based plans and processes include the Conges – tion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) Program performance plan, the Strategic Highway Safety Plan, the public transportation agency safety plan, the highway and transit asset management plans, and the State Freight Pl an. A STIP and TIP shall include, to the maximum extent practicable, a discussion of the anticipated effect of the STIP and TIP toward achieving the performance targets identified by the State in the statewide transportation plan or other State performance-based plan(s), linking investment priorities to those performance targets. All current targets set for the performance measures listed below can be ac – cessed at the CTDOT website at www.ct.gov/dot/performancemeasures. Highway Safety: Highway Safety is determined by the interaction between drivers, their behavior and the highway infrastructure. The five (5) performance measures for Highway Safety include: (1) the number of fatalities; (2) the rate of fatalities; (3) the number of serious injuries; (4) the rate of serious injuries; and, (5) the number of non-motorized fatalities and serious injuries. The STIP and the TIP will program projects to meet the targets set by the CTDOT and agreed upon 11 by the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO), by including appropriate Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) safety projects including: • Programmatic highway safety improvements: Projects or programs that are conducted regularly throughout the state such as signing and pavement marking programs. • Programmatic driver safety activities: Projects or programs that are conduct- ed regularly on an ongoing basis. These include Highway Safety behavioral programs such as Impaired Driving, Occupant Protection, Distracted Driving, Speeding, Motorcycle Safety, and Teen Driving grants for State and Munici – pal Police Departments using National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) funds. • Location-specific highway safety projects: This includes roadway safety improvements selected to correct known safety problems at locations with a high frequency or severity of crashes. Transit: The Transit Asset Management (TAM) rule requires that recipients and sub recipients of Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds set annual perfor – mance targets for federally established State of Good Repair (SGR) measures. Performance targets will be set for one or more asset classes for asset catego – ries Rolling Stock, Equipment, Facilities and Guideway Infrastructure. CTDOT identified asset classes for its transit service providers specific to each of the four assets categories in the three public transportation modes of rail, bus and ferry . The percentage of assets beyond the useful life benchmark is the performance measure set for both categories, Rolling Stock and Equipment. For facilities category, the performance measure is based on a 5 point condition rating scale derived from FTA’s Transit Economic Requirement Model (TERM). The perfor- mance measure is the percentage of facilities rated below 3 on the 5-point scale, with a 3 rated as SGR. The category of facilities has two classes which are passenger and parking stations and administrative and maintenance buildings. Under FTA reporting requirements, the guideway Infrastructure category is spe – cific only to rail. The performance measure set by FTA is the % of guideway with a performance restriction which is interpreted as slow zones. Under the FAST Act and MAP-21, “transit providers are required to submit an an – nual narrative report to the NTD that provides a description of any change in the condition of its transit system from the previous year and describes the progress made during the year to meet the targets previously set for that year .” Beginning in October 2018, performance targets will be reported annually to the National Transit Database by CTDOT for the transit system. A narrative report describing strategies for setting targets and progress on the targets will accompany targets starting 2019. The STIP and TIP will program projects to meet the targets set by the CTDOT and agreed upon by the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Plan- ning Organization (GBVMPO), by utilizing the list of capital prioritized projects, based on projected asset conditions, included in the CTDOT TAM and Transit Group Plans to be completed by October 1, 2018 to be shared with the MPOs. This list of projects will be updated every four years along with the Plans. These prioritized projects will be developed with the aid of CTDOT’s analytical decision support tool, Transit Asset Prioritization Tool, better known as TAPT. Pavement and Bridge Condition : The four performance measures for Pave – ment condition include the percent of the Interstate system in Good and Poor condition and the percent of the non-Interstate National Highway System (NHS) in Good and Poor condition. The two performance measures for Bridge condition include the percent of NHS Bridges in Good and Poor condition. The STIP and the TIP will program projects to meet the targets set by the CT – DOT and agreed upon by the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO), using the Department’s Pavement Manage – ment System and the Bridge Management System which uses a systematic look at conditions to develop optimal strategies. These strategies are included in the CTDOT Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP). Transportation Asset Management Plan. TAMP acts as a focal point for in – formation about the assets, their management strategies, long-term expen diture forecasts, and business management processes. CTDOT is required to develop a risk-based TAMP for the National Highway System (NHS) to improve or pre- serve the condition of the assets and the performance of the system (23 U.S.C. 119(e) (1), MAP-21 § 1106). MAP 21 defines asset management as a strategic and systematic process of operating, maintaining, and improving physical assets, with a focus on engineering and economic analysis based upon quality infor – mation, to identify a structured sequence of maintenance, preservation, repair , 12 rehabilitation, and replacement actions that will achieve and sustain a desired state of good repair over the lifecycle of the assets at minimum practicable cost. (23 U.S.C. 101(a) (2), MAP-21 § 1103). Pavement and Bridge State of Good Repair needs are identified, quantified, and prioritized through the TAMP process. Projects to address SOGR repair needs are selected from the TAMP for inclusion in the STIP and TIPs. System Reliability: Highway travel time reliability is closely related to congestion and is greatly influenced by the complex interactions of traffic demand, physical capacity, and roadway “events.” Travel-time reliability is a significant aspect of transportation system performance. The national system reliability performance measures assess the impact of the CTDOT’s various programs on the mobility of the transportation highway system users. Operational-improvement, capacity-expansion, and to a certain degree highway road and bridge condition improvement projects, impact both conges- tion and system reliability. Demand-management initiatives also impact system reliability. According to the same SHRP-2 study, “travel-time reliability is a new concept to which much of the transportation profession has had only limited exposure.” Although there is not a specific system reliability program, reducing congestion and improving system reliability are key factors considered when CTDOT makes decisions about investments in the transportation system. The CTDOTand the Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO),will program projects in the STIP and TIP to meet the targets set by the CTDOT and agreed upon by the (MPO NAME by considering system reliability in the projects that are selected. Over time, and as quantifiable impacts begin to be observed and measured, they can be expected to become part of the project selection process in a formal way. Freight Movement: This measure considers factors that are unique to the truck – ing industry. The unusual characteristics of truck freight include: • use of the system during all hours of the day • high percentage of travel in off-peak periods • need for shippers and receivers to factor in more ‘buffer’ time into their logis – tics planning for on-time arrivals. [23 CFR 490.607]. Freight movement will be assessed by the Truck Travel Time Reliability (TTTR) index. For the first reporting period, Connecticut will be using the analysis con – ducted as part of the truck freight bottleneck analysis that was done as part of the freight plan, and which was approved by FHWA. Going forward, Connecticut, along with other State DOTs and MPOs have the data they need in FHWA’s Na- tional Performance Management Research Data Set (NPMRDS), which includes truck travel times for the full Interstate System. Therefore, for this first year of reporting, the CTDOT and Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Plan- ning Organization (GBVMPO), must use the trend and truck bottleneck analysis done for the recently completed Statewide Freight Plan. Air Quality: US DOT requires that states and MPO’s assess the impact of their transportation systems on air quality and specifically the impacts vehicle exhaust emissions. Their performance measure for air quality is based on an assessment of projects selected for funding under the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) program. The CMAQ program’s purpose is to fund transportation projects or programs that contribute to the attainment or maintenance of National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) in those specific areas. The STIP and the TIP will program projects to meet the targets set by the CTDOT and agreed upon by the ( Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GBVMPO), by selecting appropriate CMAQ eligible projects including: congestion reduction and traffic flow improvements; ridesharing; transit improvements; travel demand management; and, bicycle and pedestrian facilities. III. Air Quality Conformity Process The Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) of 1990 and federal transportation regulations and legislation recognized the major contributions of transportation sources to the overall national air quality problem. To reduce transportation-re – lated emissions and improve air quality, areas designated as non-attainment for a criterion pollutant were required to demonstrate that their transportation plans, programs and projects contributed to the attainment of National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) and would not cause a new violation or delay attain – 13 Year 31c Budget 2018 16.56 27.4 2025 12.33 27.4 2035 7.26 27.4 2040 6.68 27.4 16.5612.33 7.266.68 EPA Budget = 2017: 27.4 tons/day 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 2018 20252035 2040 VOC Emissions (tons per day) Estimated VOC Emissions by Analysis Year & Approved EPA Budget 31c Budget 2018 22.39 54.6 2025 13.26 54.6 2035 7.86 54.6 2040 7.35 54.6 22.39 13.26 7.867.35 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2018 20252035 2040 NOX Emissions (tons per day) Estimated NOX Emissions by Analysis Year & Approved EPA Budget EPA Budget= 2017: 54.6 tons/day 31c Budget 2018 284.1 575.8 2025 202.3 516 2035 154.4 516 2040 144.6 516 284.1 202.3 154.4144.6 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 2018 2025 20352040 PM2.5 Direct Emissions (tons per day) Estimated PM2.5 Direct Emissions by Analysis Year & Approved EPA Budget EPA Budget = 2017: 575.8 tons/day 2025: 516 tons/day 31c Budget 2018 7192.7 12791.8 2025 4361.8 9728.1 2035 2726.3 9728.1 2040 2572 9728.1 7192.7 4361.8 2726.32572 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 2018 2025 20352040 PM2.5 NOX Emissions (tons per day) Estimated PM2.5 NOX Emissions by Analysis Year & Approved EPA Budget EPA Budget = 2017: 12,791.8 tons/day 2025: 9,728.1 tons/day Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4  ment of the NAAQS. This process is referred to as Air Quality Conformity. To be responsive to the goals of the State Implementation Plan for Air Quality, the TIP is required to contribute to annual reductions in transportation- related emis- sions, and actively advance TCMs. The CTDOT is responsible for conducting detailed transportation and air quality modeling. The results of the modeling are estimates of transportation-related emissions that are expected to be generated after constructing all regionally significant transportation improvements. Connecticut is divided into two non-attainment areas for the eight-hour ozone stan – dard. Fairfield, New Haven and Middlesex counties are included as part of the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island (NY-NJ-LI) non-attainment area for Ozone and is designated as a Moderate Non-attainment area. The Greater Connecticut eight-hour ozone Nonattainment Area consists of state’s other counties. For the PM2.5 standard, the Connecticut portion of the New York-New Jer- sey-Connecticut (NY- NJ-CT) non-attainment area for PM2.5 was redesignated to an Attainment Maintenance area in October of 2013. To demonstrate conformity, the emissions from the “Action” scenarios must be less than the approved emissions budgets for the Connecticut portion of the non-attainment areas (see box on this page). The results of the quantitative emis- sions analysis conducted by CTDOT indicate that the expected emissions from the full implementation of the TIP will be within the emissions budget for the base year and each subsequent analysis year for the 8-Hour Ozone (figures 1 and 2) and Annual PM2.5 NAAQS (figures 3 and 4). For the PM2.5 conformity test, the emissions analyses estimate the amount of Direct PM2.5 pollution that will be generated and the amount of NOX emissions, which are precursors for particulate emissions. IV: Public Involvement The draft FFY 2018 ~ 2021 TIP was made available to the public for review and comment. The 30(+)-day review and comment period began on June 9th, 2017 and ended on July 17th, 2017. The draft TIP was posted on both the MetroCOG and NVCOG websites and a legal notice was published in the Connecticut Post on June 9th, 2017. A public information meeting was held on June 28th, 2017 at 5 pm in the conference room of MetroCOG, 1000 Lafayette Boulevard, Suite 925 (ninth floor) in Bridgeport, CT. Agency and CTDOT staff were available at 4:30 PM to informally discuss any aspects relating to the draft TIP/STIP and any other transportation issues and concerns. Comments received at the meetings were recorded and staf f respond- ed to comments, as needed. The public review and comment period information meetings also served as the notice for related air quality assessments, as the results of the regional emissions analyses for Ozone and Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) were incorporated into the TIP/STIP. Capital projects sponsored by the Greater Bridgeport Transit and the Valley Tran- sit Districts are included in the draft TIP/STIP and the TIP development process is used to satisfy federal requirements for public notice, review and comment for routine and traditional local bus capital projects funded by the FT A under the Section 5307 capital grant program. The MPO’s pro- cess, the notice of public involvement activities and the time established for public review of and com – ments on the TIP will satisfy the program of projects requirements of both transit agencies. The public was also provided an opportunity to comment on the draft TIP and air quality conformity determinations at the meeting of the Greater Bridge – port and Valley MPO held on June 15th, 2017 at Met – roCOG’s offices in Bridgeport. The MPO endorsed the TIP at this meeting, contingent upon no major adverse comments being received during the public comment period. EPA Approved Ozone Emission Budgets (tons/day): EPA Approved PM 2.5 Emission Budgets (tons/year): 2017 2025 Direct PM 2.5 575.8 516.0 Indirect (NOX) 12,791.89,728.1 VOC 27.4 NOX 54.6 15 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0002-0128Ansonia TrailAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Valley Council of Governments (legacy) 2018 $0 $156,000$125,000$31,000PDTAPBANSONIA RIVERWALK PED/BIKE IMPROVEMENTS (PHASES III & IV) 2018 $0 $25,000$20,000$5,000ROWTAPBANSONIA RIVERWALK PED/BIKE IMPROVEMENTS (PHASES III & IV) 2018 $0 $156,000$125,000$31,000FDTAPBANSONIA RIVERWALK PED/BIKE IMPROVEMENTS (PHASES III & IV) 2019 $0 $1,369,000$1,095,000$274,000CONTAPBANSONIA RIVERWALK PED/BIKE IMPROVEMENTS (PHASES III & IV) $0 $341,000 $1,365,000 $1,706,000Total 0002-0128 0015-0312Bridgeport AQ: NRS Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $542,000 $2,708,000$2,166,000$0CONFBDHIGH SPEED FERRY TERMINAL 2018 $675,000 $3,375,000$2,700,000$0CONHPPSHIGH SPEED FERRY TERMINAL $1,217,000 $0 $4,866,000 $6,083,000Total 0015-0312 0015-0339Bridgeport CT 130AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $200,000 $1,000,000$800,000$0FDSTPA- BRXREHAB BR 02475 O/ PEQUONNOCK RV (PHASE 2) FYI $6,000,000 $30,000,000$24,000,000$0CONSTPA- BRXREHAB BR 02475 O/ PEQUONNOCK RV (PHASE 2) $6,200,000 $0 $24,800,000 $31,000,000Total 0015-0339 0015-0365Bridgeport Washington AvenueAQ: X8 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $566,000 $2,828,000$2,262,000$0CONCMAQTRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEM UPGRADE @ VARIOUS LOCATIONS $566,000 $0 $2,262,000 $2,828,000Total 0015-0365 0015-0368Bridgeport LAFAYETTE CIRCLEAQ: CC Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $140,000 $1,400,000$1,120,000$140,000ROWSTPBREALIGNMENT OF LAFAYETTE CIRCLE & IMPROVS ON SR 700 Monday, June 25, 2018 00140019 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0015-0368Bridgeport LAFAYETTE CIRCLEAQ: CC Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $75,000 $750,000$600,000$75,000FDSTPBREALIGNMENT OF LAFAYETTE CIRCLE & IMPROVS ON SR 700 2020 $690,000 $8,900,000$5,520,000$2,690,000CONSTPBREALIGNMENT OF LAFAYETTE CIRCLE & IMPROVS ON SR 700 $905,000 $2,905,000 $7,240,000 $11,050,000Total 0015-0368 0015-0371Bridgeport SEAVIEW AVEAQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $0 $975,000$780,000$195,000FDHPPSSEAVIEW AVENUE CORRIDOR 2018 $0 $600,000$480,000$120,000ROWHPPSSEAVIEW AVENUE CORRIDOR 2019 $0 $12,400,000$9,534,808$2,865,192CONHPPSSEAVIEW AVENUE CORRIDOR $0 $3,180,192 $10,794,808 $13,975,000Total 0015-0371 0015-0374Bridgeport TRAILAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $0 $89,500$71,600$17,900FDCMAQPEQUONNOCK RIVER TRAIL EXTENSION 2019 $0 $1,600,200$1,280,160$320,040CONCMAQPEQUONNOCK RIVER TRAIL EXTENSION $0 $337,940 $1,351,760 $1,689,700Total 0015-0374 0015-0376Bridgeport PARK AVENUEAQ: X8 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $0 $225,000$225,000$0FDCMAQTRAFFIC SIGNAL MODERNIZATION AT VARIOUS INTERSECTIONS 2020 $0 $2,755,000$2,755,000$0CONCMAQTRAFFIC SIGNAL MODERNIZATION AT VARIOUS INTERSECTIONS $0 $0 $2,980,000 $2,980,000Total 0015-0376 0015-0378Bridgeport I-95AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 ($110,000) ($1,100,000)($990,000)$0PDNHPP- BRXREHAB BR 00105A OVER METRO-NORTH AND CITY STREETS Monday, June 25, 2018 0014001A 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0015-0378Bridgeport I-95AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2019 ($5,000) ($50,000)($45,000)$0ROWNHPP- BRXREHAB BR 00105A OVER METRO-NORTH AND CITY STREETS 2019 ($110,000) ($1,100,000)($990,000)$0FDNHPP- BRXREHAB BR 00105A OVER METRO-NORTH AND CITY STREETS 2020 ($2,170,000) ($21,700,000)($19,530,000)$0CONNHPP- BRXREHAB BR 00105A OVER METRO-NORTH AND CITY STREETS ($2,395,000) $0 ($21,555,000) ($23,950,000)Total 0015-0378 0015-0379Bridgeport VariousAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntryNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS CENTER (8/1/18-7/30/22) 2018 $108,000 $1,080,000$972,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS CENTER (8/1/18-7/30/22) 2019 $115,000 $1,150,000$1,035,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS CENTER (8/1/18-7/30/22) 2020 $116,000 $1,160,000$1,044,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS CENTER (8/1/18-7/30/22) 2021 $119,000 $1,190,000$1,071,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS CENTER (8/1/18-7/30/22) $458,000 $0 $4,122,000 $4,580,000Total 0015-0379 0015-0380Bridgeport VariousAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntryNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS PROCUREMENT (8/1/18-7/30/22) 2018 $71,000 $710,000$639,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS PROCUREMENT (8/1/18-7/30/22) 2019 $75,000 $750,000$675,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS PROCUREMENT (8/1/18-7/30/22) 2020 $76,000 $760,000$684,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS PROCUREMENT (8/1/18-7/30/22) 2021 $81,000 $806,000$725,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPBRIDGEPORT HIGHWAY OPERATIONS PROCUREMENT (8/1/18-7/30/22) $303,000 $0 $2,723,000 $3,026,000Total 0015-0380 0036-0184Derby CT 34AQ: CC Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Valley Council of Governments (legacy) Monday, June 25, 2018 0014001B 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0036-0184Derby CT 34AQ: CC Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Valley Council of Governments (legacy) 2018 $674,865 $3,374,325$2,699,460$0CONHPPSRoute 34: Reconstruction and widening of Route 34 through downtown Derby from Bridge Street to Ausonio Drive 2018 $1,325,135 $6,625,675$5,300,540$0CONSTPARoute 34: Reconstruction and widening of Route 34 through downtown Derby from Bridge Street to Ausonio Drive $2,000,000 $0 $8,000,000 $10,000,000Total 0036-0184 0036-0195Derby DERBY-MILFORD RDAQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Valley Council of Governments (legacy) 2018 $700,000 $3,500,000$2,800,000$0CONSTPBRoute 34: Intersection improvements at Derby-Milford Road, including adding a dual turn lane on Derby Milford Road and installing a new traffic signal. $700,000 $0 $2,800,000 $3,500,000Total 0036-0195 0173-0441District 3 project CT 8AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:District 3 2018 $23,000 $115,000$92,000$0FDNHPPUPGRADE SIGNING, FROM I-95 THRU SHELTON & REPLACE SIGN SUPPORTS 2018 $2,500,000 $12,500,000$10,000,000$0CONNHPPUPGRADE SIGNING, FROM I-95 THRU SHELTON & REPLACE SIGN SUPPORTS $2,523,000 $0 $10,092,000 $12,615,000Total 0173-0441 0173-0451District 3 project VARIOUSAQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:District 3 2018 $0 $3,550,000$3,550,000$0CONSTPAOSTA TRAFFIC SIGNALS IN DISTRICT 3 (FY17 PROGRAM) $0 $0 $3,550,000 $3,550,000Total 0173-0451 0173-0461District 3 project VARIOUSAQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:District 3 2018 $0 $3,290,000$3,290,000$0CONSTPATRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS IN DISTRICT 3 Monday, June 25, 2018 0014001C 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0173-0461District 3 project VARIOUSAQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:District 3 $0 $0 $3,290,000 $3,290,000Total 0173-0461 0173-0486District 3 project VARIOUSAQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:District 3 2019 $0 $110,000$110,000$0ROWSTPAREPLACE TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS AT 11 LOCATIONS 2019 $0 $259,000$259,000$0FDSTPAREPLACE TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS AT 11 LOCATIONS 2020 $0 $3,538,000$3,538,000$0CONSTPAREPLACE TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNALS AT 11 LOCATIONS $0 $0 $3,907,000 $3,907,000Total 0173-0486 0083-0267Milford US 1AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:SCRMPO & GBVMPO 2018 $170,000 $850,000$680,000$0PDNHPP- BRXNHS – REHAB BR 00327 (DEVON) o/ HOUSATONIC RIVER 2019 $200,000 $1,000,000$800,000$0FDNHPP- BRXNHS – REHAB BR 00327 (DEVON) o/ HOUSATONIC RIVER 2019 $10,000 $50,000$40,000$0ROWNHPP- BRXNHS – REHAB BR 00327 (DEVON) o/ HOUSATONIC RIVER FYI $3,420,000 $17,100,000$13,680,000$0CONNHPP- BRXNHS – REHAB BR 00327 (DEVON) o/ HOUSATONIC RIVER $3,800,000 $0 $15,200,000 $19,000,000Total 0083-0267 0084-0114Monroe CT 34AQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:CNVCOG & GBVMPO 2018 $500,000 $2,500,000$2,000,000$0PD AC ConversionNHPP- BRXNHS – REPLACE BR 01843 o/ STEVENSON DAM; HOUSATONIC RIVER; Oxford-Monroe project 2018 $0 $0$0$0PD AC EntryNHPP- BRXNHS – REPLACE BR 01843 o/ STEVENSON DAM; HOUSATONIC RIVER; Oxford-Monroe project 2019 $400,000 $2,000,000$1,600,000$0PD AC EntryNHPP- BRXNHS – REPLACE BR 01843 o/ STEVENSON DAM; HOUSATONIC RIVER; Oxford-Monroe project Monday, June 25, 2018 00150013 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0084-0114Monroe CT 34AQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:CNVCOG & GBVMPO $900,000 $0 $3,600,000 $4,500,000Total 0084-0114 0124-0165Seymour CT 67AQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Valley Council of Governments (legacy) 2019 $139,980 $699,901$559,921$0CONHPPSRoute 67: Construct spot improvements along Route 67 between Swan Avenue and Franklin Street. The project includes a new traffic signal, minor widening, intersection realignment and access control. $139,980 $0 $559,921 $699,901Total 0124-0165 0126-0174Shelton SR 712AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Valley Council of Governments (legacy) 2019 $200,295 $1,001,475$801,180$0CONREPREHAB BR 01659 OVER THE HOUSATONIC RIVER 2019 $1,440,000 $2,999,000$1,559,000$0CONSTPBAesthetic enhancement and rehabilitation of Bridge 01659, the “Derby/Shelton Bridge”, SR712 over the Housatonic River, including bike and pedestrian improvements. $1,640,295 $0 $2,360,180 $4,000,475Total 0126-0174 0126-0176Shelton CT 8AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $90,000 $450,000$360,000$0PDNHPP- BRXNHS – REHAB BR 00571A (COMMODORE HULL) o/ CT 110 & HOUSATONIC RIVER 2019 $110,000 $550,000$440,000$0FDNHPP- BRXNHS – REHAB BR 00571A (COMMODORE HULL) o/ CT 110 & HOUSATONIC RIVER 2019 $10,000 $50,000$40,000$0ROWNHPP- BRXNHS – REHAB BR 00571A (COMMODORE HULL) o/ CT 110 & HOUSATONIC RIVER 2021 $1,000,000 $5,000,000$4,000,000$0CONNHPP- BRXNHS – REHAB BR 00571A (COMMODORE HULL) o/ CT 110 & HOUSATONIC RIVER $1,210,000 $0 $4,840,000 $6,050,000Total 0126-0176 Monday, June 25, 2018 00150014 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0170-0BRXStatewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $10,000,000 $50,000,000$40,000,000$0ALLNHPP- BRXON/OFF-SYSTEMS BRIDGE IMPROVEMENTS, BRX & BRZ.(BRIDGE REPORT) 2019 $10,000,000 $50,000,000$40,000,000$0ALLNHPP- BRXON/OFF-SYSTEMS BRIDGE IMPROVEMENTS, BRX & BRZ.(BRIDGE REPORT) 2020 $10,000,000 $50,000,000$40,000,000$0ALLNHPP- BRXON/OFF-SYSTEMS BRIDGE IMPROVEMENTS, BRX & BRZ.(BRIDGE REPORT) 2021 $10,000,000 $50,000,000$40,000,000$0ALLNHPP- BRXON/OFF-SYSTEMS BRIDGE IMPROVEMENTS, BRX & BRZ.(BRIDGE REPORT) FYI $10,000,000 $50,000,000$40,000,000$0ALLNHPP- BRXON/OFF-SYSTEMS BRIDGE IMPROVEMENTS, BRX & BRZ.(BRIDGE REPORT) $50,000,000 $0 $200,000,000 $250,000,000Total 0170-0BRX 0170-3382Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $400,000 $2,000,000$1,600,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXLOAD RATINGS FOR BRIDGES – NHS ROADS (1/1/16-12/31/20) 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntryNHPP- BRXLOAD RATINGS FOR BRIDGES – NHS ROADS (1/1/16-12/31/20) 2019 $400,000 $2,000,000$1,600,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXLOAD RATINGS FOR BRIDGES – NHS ROADS (1/1/16-12/31/20) 2020 $400,000 $2,000,000$1,600,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXLOAD RATINGS FOR BRIDGES – NHS ROADS (1/1/16-12/31/20) $1,200,000 $0 $4,800,000 $6,000,000Total 0170-3382 0170-3383Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntrySTPA- BRXLOAD RATINGS FOR BRIDGES – NON-NHS ROADS (1/1/16-12/31/20) 2018 $200,000 $1,000,000$800,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXLOAD RATINGS FOR BRIDGES – NON-NHS ROADS (1/1/16-12/31/20) Monday, June 25, 2018 00150015 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0170-3383Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2019 $200,000 $1,000,000$800,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXLOAD RATINGS FOR BRIDGES – NON-NHS ROADS (1/1/16-12/31/20) 2020 $200,000 $1,000,000$800,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXLOAD RATINGS FOR BRIDGES – NON-NHS ROADS (1/1/16-12/31/20) $600,000 $0 $2,400,000 $3,000,000Total 0170-3383 0170-3411Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntryNHPP- BRXSF BRIDGE INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2018 $740,600 $3,703,000$2,962,400$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXSF BRIDGE INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2019 $785,200 $3,926,000$3,140,800$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXSF BRIDGE INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2020 $832,400 $4,162,000$3,329,600$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXSF BRIDGE INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) $2,358,200 $0 $9,432,800 $11,791,000Total 0170-3411 0170-3412Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $572,000 $2,860,000$2,288,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXSF BRIDGE INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntrySTPA- BRXSF BRIDGE INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2019 $606,400 $3,032,000$2,425,600$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXSF BRIDGE INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2020 $642,800 $3,214,000$2,571,200$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXSF BRIDGE INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) $1,821,200 $0 $7,284,800 $9,106,000Total 0170-3412 Monday, June 25, 2018 00150016 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0170-3413Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntryNHPP- BRXCE BRIDGE INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2018 $3,802,000 $19,010,000$15,208,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXCE BRIDGE INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2019 $4,030,000 $20,150,000$16,120,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXCE BRIDGE INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2020 $4,272,000 $21,360,000$17,088,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPP- BRXCE BRIDGE INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) $12,104,000 $0 $48,416,000 $60,520,000Total 0170-3413 0170-3414Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $1,668,000 $8,340,000$6,672,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXCE BRIDGE INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntrySTPA- BRXCE BRIDGE INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2019 $1,768,000 $8,840,000$7,072,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXCE BRIDGE INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2020 $1,874,000 $9,370,000$7,496,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPA- BRXCE BRIDGE INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) $5,310,000 $0 $21,240,000 $26,550,000Total 0170-3414 0170-3415Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntryNHPPCE SIGN SUPPORT INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2018 $233,600 $1,168,000$934,400$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPCE SIGN SUPPORT INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2019 $233,600 $1,168,000$934,400$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPCE SIGN SUPPORT INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2020 $584,000 $2,920,000$2,336,000$0OTH AC ConversionNHPPCE SIGN SUPPORT INSP – NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) $1,051,200 $0 $4,204,800 $5,256,000Total 0170-3415 Monday, June 25, 2018 00150017 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0170-3416Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntrySTPACE SIGN SUPPORT INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2018 $50,000 $250,000$200,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPACE SIGN SUPPORT INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2019 $50,000 $250,000$200,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPACE SIGN SUPPORT INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) 2020 $150,000 $750,000$600,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPACE SIGN SUPPORT INSP – NON-NHS ROADS (9/1/16 – 8/31/21) $250,000 $0 $1,000,000 $1,250,000Total 0170-3416 0170-3417Statewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $200,000 $1,000,000$800,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPAMAST ARM & SPAN POLE INSP – STATEWIDE (9/1/17- 8/31/21) 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntrySTPAMAST ARM & SPAN POLE INSP – STATEWIDE (9/1/17- 8/31/21) 2019 $100,000 $500,000$400,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPAMAST ARM & SPAN POLE INSP – STATEWIDE (9/1/17- 8/31/21) 2020 $100,000 $500,000$400,000$0OTH AC ConversionSTPAMAST ARM & SPAN POLE INSP – STATEWIDE (9/1/17- 8/31/21) $400,000 $0 $1,600,000 $2,000,000Total 0170-3417 0170-3444Statewide project AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $0 $0$0$0PL AC EntrySTPAPAVEMENT MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS & DATA COLLECTION (4/1/17 – 3/31/20) 2018 $133,500 $667,500$534,000$0PL AC ConversionSTPAPAVEMENT MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS & DATA COLLECTION (4/1/17 – 3/31/20) 2019 $88,500 $442,500$354,000$0PL AC ConversionSTPAPAVEMENT MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS & DATA COLLECTION (4/1/17 – 3/31/20) $222,000 $0 $888,000 $1,110,000Total 0170-3444 0170-3459Statewide project VariousAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $238,000 $1,188,000$950,000$0OTH AC ConversionRTAPROAD WEATHER MANAGEMENT THRU VEHICLE BASED TECHNOLOGY (GPS/AVL) Monday, June 25, 2018 00150018 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0170-3459Statewide project VariousAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $0 $0$0$0OTH AC EntryRTAPROAD WEATHER MANAGEMENT THRU VEHICLE BASED TECHNOLOGY (GPS/AVL) $238,000 $0 $950,000 $1,188,000Total 0170-3459 0170-SFTYStatewide project VARIOUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $2,660,734 $26,608,240$23,947,506$0ALLHSIPSAFETY PROGRAM, HSIP – RURAL & OTHER.(SAFETY REPORT) 2019 $2,660,734 $26,608,240$23,947,506$0ALLHSIPSAFETY PROGRAM, HSIP – RURAL & OTHER.(SAFETY REPORT) 2020 $2,660,734 $26,608,240$23,947,506$0ALLHSIPSAFETY PROGRAM, HSIP – RURAL & OTHER.(SAFETY REPORT) 2021 $2,660,734 $26,608,240$23,947,506$0ALLHSIPSAFETY PROGRAM, HSIP – RURAL & OTHER.(SAFETY REPORT) FYI $2,660,734 $26,608,240$23,947,506$0ALLHSIPSAFETY PROGRAM, HSIP – RURAL & OTHER.(SAFETY REPORT) $13,303,670 $0 $119,737,530 $133,041,200Total 0170-SFTY 0138-0241Stratford WEST BROAD STAQ: X7 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $623,600 $6,236,000$4,988,800$623,600CONSTPBINTERSECTION & DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS ON WEST BROAD ST @ LINDEN AVE & CALIFORNIA ST $623,600 $623,600 $4,988,800 $6,236,000Total 0138-0241 0138-0245Stratford US 1AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FYI $2,182,000 $10,910,000$8,728,000$0CONNHPP- BRXNHS – REPLACE BR 00326 O/ METRO NORTH RR $2,182,000 $0 $8,728,000 $10,910,000Total 0138-0245 0138-0248Stratford I-95AQ: CC Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization Monday, June 25, 2018 00150019 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FHWA Federal Highway Administration 0138-0248Stratford I-95AQ: CC Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FYI $2,950,000 $29,500,000$26,550,000$0CONNHPPFULL INTERCHANGE AT INTERCHANGE 33 W/ NEW SB OFF-RAMP & NEW NB ON-RAMP $2,950,000 $0 $26,550,000 $29,500,000Total 0138-0248 0138-0249Stratford I-95AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $1,500,000 $15,000,000$13,500,000$0CONNHPP- BRXB/O I-95 MOSES WHEELER BRIDGE $1,500,000 $0 $13,500,000 $15,000,000Total 0138-0249 0144-0192Trumbull TRAILAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $0 $7,351$5,881$1,470CONHPPSEXTENSION OF THE PEQUONNOCK RIVER TRAIL (SECTION A2) 2018 $0 $1,538,249$1,230,599$307,650CONTAPBEXTENSION OF THE PEQUONNOCK RIVER TRAIL (SECTION A2) 2018 $0 $235,000$188,000$47,000FDTAPBEXTENSION OF THE PEQUONNOCK RIVER TRAIL (SECTION A2) $0 $356,120 $1,424,480 $1,780,600Total 0144-0192 0158-0211Westport CT 15AQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:SWRMPO & GBVMPO 2018 $0 $0$0$0CON AC EntryNHPPRESURF/SAFETY, CT 33 WESTPORT TO MOREHOUSE HWY FAIRFIELD (4.6 MILES) 2018 $3,715,452 $18,577,260$14,861,808$0CON AC ConversionNHPPRESURF/SAFETY, CT 33 WESTPORT TO MOREHOUSE HWY FAIRFIELD (4.6 MILES) 2019 $1,725,722 $8,628,608$6,902,886$0CON AC ConversionNHPPRESURF/SAFETY, CT 33 WESTPORT TO MOREHOUSE HWY FAIRFIELD (4.6 MILES) $5,441,174 $0 $21,764,694 $27,205,868Total 0158-0211 $121,722,319 $7,743,852 $598,058,573 $727,524,744FHWA Local: Federal: Total:State: Monday, June 25, 2018 0015001A 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FTA Federal Transit Administration 0036-XXXXDerby VALLEY TDAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:VCOG & GBVMPO 2018 $20,000 $100,000$80,000$0OTH5307CNVCOG/VTD – FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS FY 18 2018 $40,000 $200,000$160,000$0OTH5307CNVCOG//VTD – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP/SCV PROGRAM FY 18 2019 $20,000 $100,000$80,000$0OTH5307CNVCOG//VTD – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP/SCV PROGRAM FY 19 2019 $50,000 $250,000$200,000$0OTH5307CNVCOG/VALLEY TD – BUS SHELTER REPLACEMENT/INSTALLATION/ PROGRAM FY 19 2020 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0OTH5307CNVCOG//VTD – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP/SCV PROGRAM FY 20 2021 $40,000 $200,000$160,000$0OTH5307CNVCOG//VTD – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP/SCV PROGRAM FY 21 2021 $240,000 $1,200,000$960,000$0ACQ5307CNVCOG//VTD – REPLACE SMALL BUSES FY 21 $440,000 $0 $1,760,000 $2,200,000Total 0036-XXXX 0410-XXXXGreater Bridgeport Transit GBTAAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2018 $258,626 $258,626$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – COASTAL LINK OPERATING – FY2018 2018 $10,941,366 $10,941,366$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – FIXED ROUTE – FY2018 2018 $2,547,858 $2,547,858$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – ADA OPERATING – FY2018 2018 $82,967 $82,967$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – SHELTON FLYER COMMUTER OPERATING – FY2018 2018 $233,987 $233,987$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – ROUTE 110 LOCAL OPERATING – FY2018 2019 $82,967 $82,967$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – SHELTON FLYER COMMUTER OPERATING – FY2019 2019 $10,941,366 $10,941,366$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – FIXED ROUTE – FY2019 2019 $258,626 $258,626$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – COASTAL LINK OPERATING – FY2019 2019 $2,547,858 $2,547,858$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – ADA OPERATING – FY2019 2019 $233,987 $233,987$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – ROUTE 110 LOCAL OPERATING – FY2019 2020 $10,941,366 $10,941,366$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – FIXED ROUTE – FY2020 2020 $233,987 $233,987$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – ROUTE 110 LOCAL OPERATING – FY2020 2020 $258,626 $258,626$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – COASTAL LINK OPERATING – FY2020 2020 $2,547,858 $2,547,858$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – ADA OPERATING – FY2020 2020 $82,967 $82,967$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – SHELTON FLYER COMMUTER OPERATING – FY2020 Monday, June 25, 2018 0015001B 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FTA Federal Transit Administration 0410-XXXXGreater Bridgeport Transit GBTAAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Greater Bridgeport/Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 2021 $2,547,858 $2,547,858$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – ADA OPERATING – FY2021 2021 $258,626 $258,626$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – COASTAL LINK OPERATING – FY2021 2021 $10,941,366 $10,941,366$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – FIXED ROUTE – FY2021 2021 $82,967 $82,967$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – SHELTON FLYER COMMUTER OPERATING – FY2021 2021 $233,987 $233,987$0$0OTH9-N/AGREATER BRIDGEPORT TA – ROUTE 110 LOCAL OPERATING – FY2021 2018 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0CON5307CGBTA – FAC REHAB/IMPROV-INTERMODAL CENTER FY 18 2018 $141,000 $705,000$564,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – RADIO SYSTEM REPLACEMENT FY 18 2018 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – SHOP TOOLS AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT FY 18 2018 $180,000 $900,000$720,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP/SCV PROGRAM FY 18 2018 $200,000 $1,000,000$800,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – FAC REHAB/IMPROV-BUS FACILITY FY 18 2018 $192,000 $960,000$768,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – MIDLIFE OVERHAUL 15 2012 40FT GILLIG BUSES FY18 2018 $90,000 $450,000$360,000$0CON5307CGBTA – CONSTRUCTION MINI BUS HUB FY 18 2019 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – SHOP TOOLS AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT FY 19 2019 $183,000 $915,000$732,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – MIDLIFE REPOWER/OVERHAUL 15 2013 40-ft BUSES – FY 19 2019 $60,000 $300,000$240,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP/SCV PROGRAM FY 19 2019 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0CON5307CGBTA – FAC REHAB/IMPROV-INTERMODAL CENTER FY 19 2020 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0CON5307CGBTA – FAC REHAB/IMPROV-INTERMODAL CENTER FY 20 2020 $70,000 $350,000$280,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP/SCV PROGRAM FY 20 2020 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – SHOP TOOLS AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT FY 20 2021 $60,000 $300,000$240,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP/SCV PROGRAM FY 21 2021 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0OTH5307CGBTA – SHOP TOOLS AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT FY 21 2021 $30,000 $150,000$120,000$0CON5307CGBTA – FAC REHAB/IMPROV-INTERMODAL CENTER FY 21 2018 $20,000 $100,000$80,000$0ALL5307PGBTA – BRIDGEPORT INTERMODAL CENTER IMPROVEMENTS FY 17 2018 $810,000 $4,050,000$3,240,000$0ALL5307PGBTA – FACILITY REHABILITATION – CROSS STREET FY 17 2018 $140,000 $700,000$560,000$0OTH5307PGBTA – ADMIN CAPITAL/SUPPORT EQUIP & SCV PROGRAM FY 17 $58,645,216 $0 $9,544,000 $68,189,216Total 0410-XXXX Monday, June 25, 2018 0015001C 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FTA Federal Transit Administration 0300-0202New Haven rail projects NHL – MLAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:New Haven rail line – mainline rail 2018 $4,500,000 $22,500,000$18,000,000$0CON5307PNHL – NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE FY18 $4,500,000 $0 $18,000,000 $22,500,000Total 0300-0202 0300-XXXXNew Haven rail projects NHL-MLAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:New Haven rail line – system-wide 2018 $1,400,000 $7,000,000$5,600,000$0CON5307CNEW HAVEN LINE TRACK PROGRAM 2019 $2,400,000 $12,000,000$9,600,000$0CON5307CNEW HAVEN LINE TRACK PROGRAM 2020 $2,400,000 $12,000,000$9,600,000$0CON5307CNEW HAVEN LINE TRACK PROGRAM 2021 $2,400,000 $12,000,000$9,600,000$0CON5307CNEW HAVEN LINE TRACK PROGRAM 2018 $1,000,000 $5,000,000$4,000,000$0CON5307PNEW HAVEN LINE TRACK PROGRAM FY 17 2018 $1,000,000 $5,000,000$4,000,000$0CON5337PNHL – BRIDGE TIMBER/S-PROGRAM FY 18 2018 $5,000,000 $25,000,000$20,000,000$0CON5337PNEW HAVEN LINE TRACK PROGRAM FY 17 $15,600,000 $0 $62,400,000 $78,000,000Total 0300-XXXX 0301-XXXXNew Haven rail projects NHL-MLAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:New Haven rail line – system-wide 2019 $5,000,000 $25,000,000$20,000,000$0CON5307CNHL – SIGNAL SYSTEM REPLACEMENT 2020 $5,000,000 $25,000,000$20,000,000$0CON5307CNHL – SIGNAL SYSTEM REPLACEMENT $10,000,000 $0 $40,000,000 $50,000,000Total 0301-XXXX 0170-XXXXStatewide project VARIOUS BUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2018 $5,000,000 $5,000,000$0$0OTH9-N/AMUNICIPAL GRANT PROGRAM – FY 2018 2019 $5,000,000 $5,000,000$0$0OTH9-N/AMUNICIPAL GRANT PROGRAM – FY 2019 2020 $5,000,000 $5,000,000$0$0OTH9-N/AMUNICIPAL GRANT PROGRAM – FY 2020 2021 $5,000,000 $5,000,000$0$0OTH9-N/AMUNICIPAL GRANT PROGRAM – FY 2021 2018 $90,000 $450,000$360,000$0OTH5307CTRANSIT CAPITAL PLANNING. 2019 $100,000 $500,000$400,000$0OTH5307CTRANSIT CAPITAL PLANNING FY 19 Monday, June 25, 2018  2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization FTA Federal Transit Administration 0170-XXXXStatewide project VARIOUS BUSAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Statewide 2020 $110,000 $550,000$440,000$0OTH5307CTRANSIT CAPITAL PLANNING FY 20 2021 $120,000 $600,000$480,000$0OTH5307CTRANSIT CAPITAL PLANNING FY 21 $20,420,000 $0 $1,680,000 $22,100,000Total 0170-XXXX 0170-XXXYStatewide project GBT/CTTRANSIT HTFDAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:CRCOG & GBVMPO 2018 $256,000 $1,706,000$1,450,000$0OTH5312GBTA/CTTRANSIT – LoNo DISCRETIONARY PROGRAM – 4 ELECTRIC BUSES & EQUIPMENT $256,000 $0 $1,450,000 $1,706,000Total 0170-XXXY 0420-XXXXValley Transit Valley TDAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:Valley Council of Governments (legacy) 2018 $757,000 $757,000$0$0OTH9-N/AVALLEY TD – DIAL-A-RIDE – FY2018 2018 $285,000 $285,000$0$0OTH9-N/AVALLEY TD – ADA OPERATING – FY2018 2019 $757,000 $757,000$0$0OTH9-N/AVALLEY TD – DIAL-A-RIDE – FY2019 2019 $285,000 $285,000$0$0OTH9-N/AVALLEY TD – ADA OPERATING – FY2019 2020 $757,000 $757,000$0$0OTH9-N/AVALLEY TD – DIAL-A-RIDE – FY2020 2020 $285,000 $285,000$0$0OTH9-N/AVALLEY TD – ADA OPERATING – FY2020 2021 $285,000 $285,000$0$0OTH9-N/AVALLEY TD – ADA OPERATING – FY2021 2021 $757,000 $757,000$0$0OTH9-N/AVALLEY TD – DIAL-A-RIDE – FY2021 $4,168,000 $0 $0 $4,168,000Total 0420-XXXX 0304-0016Waterbury Rail NHL-MLAQ: X6 Route: Local: Federal: Total:State:CNVCOG & GBVMPO 2018 $19,500,000 $97,500,000$78,000,000$0CON5337PNHL – WATERBURY BRANCH SIGNAL FY18 $19,500,000 $0 $78,000,000 $97,500,000Total 0304-0016 $133,529,216 $0 $212,834,000 $346,363,216FTA Local: Federal: Total:State: Monday, June 25, 2018 00160014 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Greater Bridgeport and Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization Monday, June 25, 2018 00160015