The FFY 2016 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) has been developed as a part of the continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive (3C) planning program as established under planning regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation. The FFY 2016 – 2020 TIP includes all transportation improvements planned or programmed within the MPA that will utilize Federal funding for all or part of their implementation costs. The purpose of the TIP is to assist in coordinating the use of these funds for area-wide transportation improvements and to ensure that the projects that are the recipients of these Federal funds are in conformance with the 2040 NWA Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) adopted on March 23, 2016. The document also includes approved Amendments and Administrative Modifications.

Prepared by the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission in cooperation with the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Missouri Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration MARCH 23, 2016 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM TIP FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS 2016-2020 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY (NARTS) i ii NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION DISCLAIMER This notice is in accordance with the 2040 NWA Metropolitan Transportation Plan, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21 st Century (MAP-21) Act and Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, in cooperation with local agencies, the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, the Missouri Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Federal Transit Administration. This report was funded in part through grant(s) from the Federal Highway Administration, the Federal Transit Administration, and/or the U.S. Department of Transportation. The views and opinions of the agency expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the U.S. Department of Transportation. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION The Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission (NWARPC) complies with all civil rights provisions of federal statues and related authorities that prohibit discrimination in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance. Therefore, the NWARPC does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, age, national origin, religion or disability, in the admission, access to and treatment in NWARPC’s programs and activities, as well as the NWARPC’s hiring or employment practices. Complaints of alleged discrimination and inquiries regarding the NWARPC’s nondiscrimination policies may be directed to Celia Scott-Silkwood, AICP, Regional Planner – EEO/ DBE (ADA/504/Title VI Coordinator), 1311 Clayton, Springdale, AR 72762, (479) 751-7125, (Voice/ TTY 7-1-1 or 1-800-285-1131) or the following email address: cscott-silkwood@nwarpc.org. This notice is available from the ADA/504/Title VI Coordinator in large print, on audiotape and in Braille. If information is needed in another language, contact Celia Scott-Silkwood. Si necesita informacion en otro idioma, comuniqese Celia Scott-Silkwood, cscott-silkwood@nwarpc.org. iii Northwest Arkansas Regional Transportation Study Area (NARTS) Jurisdictions: CITIES: City of Avoca City of Bella Vista City of Bentonville City of Bethel Heights City of Cave Springs City of Centerton City of Decatur City of Elkins City of Elm Springs City of Farmington City of Fayetteville City of Garfield City of Gateway City of Gentry City of Goshen City of Gravette City of Greenland City of Highfill City of Jane, Missouri City of Johnson City of Lincoln City of Little Flock City of Lowell City of Pea Ridge City of Pineville, Missouri City of Prairie Grove City of Rogers City of Siloam Springs City of Springdale City of Springtown City of Sulphur Springs City of Tontitown City of West Fork City of Winslow COUNTIES: Benton County, Arkansas McDonald County, Missouri Washington County, Arkansas OTHER: Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT) Ozark Regional Transit Inc. Razorback Transit University of Arkansas NARTS MISSION The mission of the Northwest Arkansas Regional Transportation Study (NARTS) is to “Develop and Maintain a Regional Transportation Plan for the Metropolitan Area”. Transportation Management Area (TMA) status was recognized after 2010 Census Bureau data indicated the Fayetteville- Springdale-Rogers, AR-MO Urbanized Area (UZA) had grown from 172,585 in 2000 to 295,083 in 2010. The 200,000 population mark is the threshold for an area to become a TMA. With the new UZA boundary extending into Missouri, the Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA) for transportation planning now extends into McDonald County, Missouri. REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION GOAL “Provide a comprehensive intermodal transportation system which most efficiently serves the human and economic needs of the metropolitan area and Northwest Arkansas region.” THE TIP MUST INCLUDE: • A list of projects and strategies including investments in pedestrian and bicycle transportation facilities, as well as roadways and transit. • A financial plan. • Descriptions of each project, including, but not limited to type of work, termini, length, etc. • A “visual” component that helps the reader to better understand the nature of the project. • This TIP complies with all the requirements of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. iv NARTS PLANNING AREA BOUNDARY v FFY 2016-2020 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction________________________________________________________ 1 FFY 2016-2020 TIP Adoption___________________________________________ 2 Major Projects from the FFY 2013-2016 TIP ______________________________ 3 Special Notices and Statement of Self-Certification ________________________ 4 Environmental Justice _______________________________________________ 6 FFY 2016-2020 TIP Projects Map and Minority Populations _________________ 7 FFY 2016-2020 TIP Projects Map and Population Below Poverty _____________ 8 Summary of Federal Funds – Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers – AR-MO Urbanized Area_______________________________________________ 9 Missouri Department of Transportation Statewide Improvement Program State Fiscal Years 2016-2020__________________________________________ 10 FFY 2016-2020 TIP Summary of Transit Funds___________________________ 11 NARTS FFY 2016-2020 TIP Information on Grouped Categories_______________ 12 FFY 2016-2020 TIP List of Projects____________________________________ 14 FFY 2016-2020 TIP Projects Map______________________________________ 15 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program Projects District 4 ___________ 16 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program Projects District 9 ___________ 17 vi FTA PROGRAMS 49 U.S.C. Chapter 53, Section 5307 – Urbanized Area Formula Program Grants 49 U.S.C. Chapter 53, Section 5310 – Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities 49 U.S.C. Chapter 53, Section 5311 – Formula Grants for Rural Areas 49 U.S.C. Chapter 53, Section 5339 – Grants for Bus and Bus Facilities FUNDING SOURCE ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS 154 Penalty Federal funds reallocated for safety improvements as penalty due to the lack of a state open container law. 4-R Resurfacing, Restoration, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction AHTD Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department Bond Bond Proceeds BR Bridge Bs. & Surf. Base and Surfacing CAP Connecting Arkansas Program CENG Construction Engineering and Inspection CMAQ AQ Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Funds – Air Quality Use CMAQ FLEX Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Funds – Flexible Use CR County Road CS City Street Earmark Various Earmarked Funds in Previous Highway Acts EFLHD Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division of the Federal Highway Administration Eng. Engineering FAST Act Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act: Funds the Federal Highway Program from Federal Fiscal Year 2016 – 2020 FFY Federal Fiscal Year FTA Federal Transit Administration Gap Financing Funding mechanism by which a funding shortfall is financed based on anticipated future revenue vii Gr. & Strs. Grading and Structures HSIP Highway Safety Improvement Program IM Interstate Maintenance IRP Interstate Rehabilitation Program MODOT Missouri Department of Transportation MPO Metropolitan Planning Organization NARTS Northwest Arkansas Regional Transportation Study NHFP National Highway Freight Program NHPP National Highway Performance Program NHS National Highway System P.E. or PE Preliminary Engineering Pvmt. Pavement Rail Hwy Railway-Highway Crossing Program Funds Rec Trails Recreational Trail Funds RR Railroad Safety Various Statewide Safety Improvements Sel. Secs. Selected Sections SHSP Strategic Highway Safety Plan State-Local State or Local Funding Depending Upon Location STBGP Surface Transportation Block Grant Program STBGP GT 200K Surface Transportation Block Grant Program funds for areas greater than 200,000 population STGBP (Br Off) Surface Transportation Block Grant Program – Off Federal-aid System Bridge STIP Statewide Transportation Improvement Program Str. & Apprs. Structure and Approaches TAP Transportation Alternatives Program TIP Transportation Improvement Program 1 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program INTRODUCTION The Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission (NWARPC), as the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), is responsible for the coordination of transportation planning activities in Benton and Washington County in Arkansas and a portion of McDonald County, Missouri. This geographic area, known as the Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA), includes all of the 2010 Census designated Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers AR- MO Urbanized Area, all of Benton and Washington County-AR, and a portion of McDonald County-MO. The FFY 2016 – 2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) has been developed as a part of the continuing, cooperative, and comprehensive (3C) planning program as established under planning regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation. The FFY 2016 – 2020 TIP includes all transportation improvements planned or programmed within the MPA that will utilize Federal funding for all or part of their implementation costs. The purpose of the TIP is to assist in coordinating the use of these funds for area-wide transportation improvements and to ensure that the projects that are the recipients of these Federal funds are in conformance with the 2040 NWA Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) adopted on March 23, 2016. The projects that are contained in the FFY 2016 – 2020 TIP have been selected by and coordinated with local units of governments within the MPA and with AHTD and MoDOT. They have been reviewed for consistency with the 2040 MTP, responsiveness to local and regional needs, and for the availability of Federal funds and non-Federal matching funds. This last review element, the availability of Federal funds and non-Federal matching funds, is a core component of the TIP. The concept of fiscal constraint means that there is a reasonable expectation of Federal funding for the individual projects contained in the TIP. Reasonable expectation is defined as the guarantee or probability of Federal funding within the five (5) year time frame of the TIP. Availability of TIP Projects and Data on the NWARPC website: Upon approval and adoption of the FFY 2016-2020 TIP, the various improvement projects with associated project information will be placed on the NWARPC website at http://nwarpc.org. The projects will also be identified on an interactive map with the associated information presented in drop-down attribute boxes linked to the data on the map. 2 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2016-2020 TIP ADOPTION TIME PERIOD: This TIP identifies the projects planned and projected from Federal Fiscal Year 2016 through Federal Fiscal Year 2020 (October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2020). Spread sheets for each fiscal year outline the work to be done and identify commitment of Federal, State or other funding sources. PROJECT SELECTION PROCESS: The TIP is consistent with the 2040 Northwest Arkansas Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and was submitted to the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for approval. Full funding is anticipated to be available for each project within the time period contemplated for completion of the project. In accordance with Section 134 of Title 23 U.S.C. Chapter 1, as amended, the MPO operates under the following Project Selection Procedures: 1. The approved Transportation Improvement Plan shall be utilized for programming projects within the NARTS Study Area. 2. Any project listed in the first year of the approved Transportation Improvement Program shall be considered the highest priority and may be implemented as soon as plans are completed and funds are appropriated. 3. If a project in the first year cannot be accomplished, then a project from the second year will be selected and those projects may be initiated as plans are completed and funds are appropriated. These procedures were developed cooperatively between the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, the Missouri Department of Transportation and the MPO, and were approved with this document. AIR QUALITY: The NARTS Metropolitan area is in conformity with the Clean Air Act, as amended. NARTS FFY 2016-2020 TIP ADOPTION per the NWARPC Public Participation Plan This Transportation Improvement Program for Federal Fiscal Years 2016-2020 was prepared as a part of the Northwest Arkansas Regional Transportation Study. Public notice concerning this Program was published February 11, 2016 in the La Prensa Libre and in the Legal Notices section of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. A Display Ad was published in the NWA Democrat-Gazette on February 14, 2016. A Public Forum was held February 18, 2016, after which a Public Comment period was held between February 19 and March 3, 2016. Additional public notice was published on March 10, 2016 in the La Prensa Libre and the Legal Notices section of the Arkansas Democrat- Gazette. The draft FFY 2016-2020 TIP was recommended for adoption by the Technical Advisory Committee on March 17, 2016. The NWARPC MPO reviewed and adopted the FFY 2016-2020 TIP on March 23, 2016. 3 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program MAJOR PROJECTS FROM THE FFY 2013-2016 TIP 23 CFR 450.324(1)(2) requires that the TIP “lists major projects from the previous TIP that were implemented and identifies any significant delays in the planned implementation of major projects”. Job / Item Number County Route Length Termini / Name Status 1 90392 Benton CS 28th Place Phase I On-going 2 90393 Benton CS 28th Place Phase II On-going 3 040680 Springdale/Johnson CS 56th Street Ext. (Don Tyson to Johnson Mill) On-going 4 090377 Benton CS 8th Street SW “I” – Moberly Lane (8th Street Widening) On-going 5 90065 Benton 62 6.43 Avoca-North Garfield (S) Complete 6 040570 Washington 170 Branch of Illinois River Str. & Apprs. (S) Complete 7 12192 Benton Cave Springs Area Karst Resource Conservation Study On-going 8 90269 Benton CS 0.50 Cherry St.-Mt. Olive St. (Kenwood St.) (Siloam Springs) (S) Complete 9 090338 Benton 71B 1.00 Dixieland Rd.-8th St. (Rogers) (S) On-going 10 090417 Benton CS Dixieland Road and Easy Street On-going 11 12153 Benton & Wash 265 1.00 Eastern North-South Corridor (Phase I) (S) Complete 12 012153B Benton & Wash 265 3.80 Eastern North-South Corridor (Phase II) (S) On-going 13 90385 Benton CR Fisher Ford Bridge Complete 14 40535 Washington CS Fulbright Expwy./Hwy. 71B Flyover (Fayetteville) (S) Complete 15 040673 Fayetteville N/A Gordon Long Park Trailhead – Razorback Regional Greenway Under Construction 16 BB0412 Washington 49 Greathouse Springs Rd. Intchng. Impvts. (S) Complete 17 040207 Wash. & Crawford 220 Hwy 220 Devil’s Den-West (S) Under Construction 18 040642 Fayetteville 45 Hwy 45/Old Wire Traffic Signal and Interchange improvements Under Construction 19 090440 Benton 62 Hwy 62/94 On-going 20 090448 Benton 94 Hwy 94 & Easy Street Under Construction 21 CA0907 Benton 412 Hwy. 112-I-49 Under Construction 22 40605 Washington 49 1.35 Hwy. 16-Porter Rd. (Widening) (S) Complete 23 40581 Washington 112 0.35 Hwy. 180-Leroy Pond Dr. (Hwy. 112) (Fayetteville) (S) Complete 24 090408 Benton 264 Hwy. 264 Impvts.(Lowell) (S) Under Construction 25 BB0902 Benton 49 Hwy. 264 Intchng. Impvts. (S) Under Construction 26 CA1101 Washington 49 Hwy. 412-Wagon Wheel Rd. (Widening) Under Construction 27 090406 Siloam Springs 43 Hwy. 43 KCS Railroad Overpass (Siloam Springs) (S) On-going 28 40521 Washington 062 4.83 Hwy. 62 Bypass (Bs. & Surf.) (Prairie Grove) (S) Complete 29 90284 Benton 264 1.40 Hwy. 71B-Hwy. 265 (Springdale) (S) Under Construction 30 CA0401 Washington 49 Hwy. 71B-Hwy. 412 (Widening) Under Construction 31 90251 Benton 012 2.70 Hwy. 71B-Shell Rd. (Hwy. 12) (Bentonville) (S) Under Construction 32 CA0904 Benton 71 Hwy. 71-Hwy. 72 South (Bella Vista Bypass) Complete 33 BB0409 Craw & Wash 49 I-49 Pavement Rehabilitation (Sel. Secs.) (S) Under Construction 34 40527 Washington 49 I-49/Don Tyson Pkwy. Intchng. (Springdale) (F) Complete 35 090385 Benton County CR Illinois River Fisher Ford Bridge Right-of-Way Complete 36 8P2240 MO SW Dist. Job Order Contracting Guardrail Repair -STP-AC On-going 37 40272 Washington CS 3.24 Johnson Road Reconst. (Springdale) Complete 38 090415 Springdale N/A Lake Springdale Trailhead Complete 39 40618 Washington CS Maple St. & Lafayette St. Bridge Rehab. (Fayetteville) (S) Under Construction 40 NA Benton CS Mercy Way/Lambeth Drive/Blowings Springs On-going 41 040641 Washington 016 Middle Fork White River Str. & Apprs. (Fayetteville) (S) Under Construction 42 090305 Benton 49 2.66 New Hope Rd.-Hwy. 62/102 Widening (Rogers) (F) Complete 43 7Q3002 MO SW Dist. Operations and Management Ozarks Traffic ITS -STP-AC On-going 44 090347 Benton N/A Osage Creek Str. & Apprs. Under Construction 45 NA Benton and Wash. Razorback Transit and ORT Transit On-going 46 040657 Washington CS Rupple Road W. Starry Night View – W. Mount Comfort Rd. (N. Rupple Rd.) On-going 47 040688 Washington CS Sain Street Front Street to Vantage On-going 48 40658 Washington Sanders Avenue Trailhead (Springdale) Under Construction 49 090417 Lowell CS South Dixieland Road Extension On-going 50 040 & 090 Benton & Wash Transportation Alternatives Program Projects On-going 51 040683 Washington 170 US 62 to Clyde Carnes Rd. On-going 52 090425 Benton 71 US 71 Planning Study MO State Line to I-49 On-going 53 090421 Bentonville US71B US71B and 12th Street/Tiger Inters. Imprvts. On-going 54 BB0901 Benton 49 Wagon Wheel Rd. Intchng. Impvts. (S) Complete 55 090331 Benton 49 2.56 Wagon Wheel Rd.-Hwy. 264 (Widening) (S) Under Construction 56 090416 Bentonville N/A Walton Blvd Multi-use Trail Complete 57 40569 Washington 016 West Fork River White River Str. & Appr. (Fayetteville) (S) Complete 58 040024 Washington 074 White River Str. & Apprs. (Elkins) (S) Under Construction 4 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program SPECIAL NOTICES The public participation procedures outlined in the NWARCP Public Participation Plan (PPP) serve as the public participation process required for the development of transit projects as per FTA Circular 9030. Specifically, the public participation procedures outlined in the PPP will serve to satisfy the Program of Projects (POP) requirements of the Section 5307, Urbanized Area Formula Grant Program for the University of Arkansas/Razorback Transit and Ozark Regional Transit, Inc. Arkansas receives an annual apportionment for the following 49 U.S.C. Chapter 53 sections: Section 5307 (FAST Act Section 3004), Section 5310 (FAST Act Section 3006), Section 5311 (FAST Act Section 3007) and Section 5339 (FAST Act Section 3017). These are listed as Statewide Projects in the TIP. Based on submitted applications, applicant’s eligibility, project’s eligibility, rating system and available funds, the AHTD approves projects for funding. The AHTD approved projects are submitted to the FTA for their approval. Once approved by the FTA, agencies throughout the State are informed of grant awards and contracts are executed. Funds for highway and transit Statewide Projects are total funds available for throughout the State. Projects may be selected within the NARTS area and are at the discretion of AHTD. STATEMENT OF SELF-CERTIFICATION 23 CFR § 450.218 Self-certifications, Federal findings, and Federal approvals. (a) At least every four years, the State shall submit an updated STIP concurrently to the FHWA and the FTA for joint approval. STIP amendments shall also be submitted to the FHWA and the FTA for joint approval. At the time the entire proposed STIP or STIP amendments are submitted to the FHWA and the FTA for joint approval, the State shall certify that the transportation planning process is being carried out in accordance with all applicable requirements of: 1. 23 U.S.C. 134 and 135, 49 U.S.C. 5303 and 5304, and this part; 2. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (42 U.S.C. 2000d–1) and 49 CFR part 21; 3. 49 U.S.C. 5332, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or age in employment or business opportunity; 4. Section 1101(b) of the SAFETEA–LU (Public Law 109–59) and 49 CFR part 26 regarding the involvement of disadvantaged business enterprises in USDOT funded projects; 5. 23 CFR part 230, regarding implementation of an equal employment opportunity program on Federal and Federal aid highway construction contracts; 6. The provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et seq.) and 49 CFR parts 27, 37 and 38; 7. In States containing nonattainment and maintenance areas, sections 174 and 176 (c) and (d) of the Clean Air Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 7504, 7506 (c) and (d)) and 40 CFR part 93; 8. The Older Americans Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 6101), prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age in programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance; 9. Section 324 of title 23 U.S.C., regarding the prohibition of discrimination based on gender; and 10. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 794) and 49 CFR part 27 regarding discrimination against individuals with disabilities. 5 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program The NARTS NWARPC MPO certifies, in consideration of the requirements listed herein and to the degree appropriate for the size of the area and the complexity of its transportation problems that the urban transportation planning process is being carried out in conformance with all the applicable Federal requirements. 6 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE Environmental Justice is a process that ensures that the minority and low-income populations are not excluded from policy-setting or decision making processes with regards to transportation and are also not negatively impacted by environmental burdens. The framework for the approach to environmental justice is found in Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The Executive Order 12898, ‘Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low- Income Populations’ was signed on February 11, 1994. The Presidential memorandum accompanying EO 12898 identified Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as one of several Federal laws that should be applied ‘to prevent minority communities and low-income communities from being subject to disproportionately high and adverse environmental effects.’ According to the U.S. Department of Justice, ‘…the core tenet of environmental justice – that development and urban renewal benefitting a community as a whole not be unjustifiably purchased through the disproportionate allocation of its adverse environmental and health burdens on the community’s minority – flows directly from the underlying principle of Title VI itself’. This TIP follows the 2040 MTP Constrained List which follows the Federal Highway Administration guidance with regard to compliance with the intent of the environmental justice provisions. The Environmental Justice maps on the following pages of this document illustrate the locations of the FFY 2016- 2020 TIP projects in relation to the minority populations distributions in the MPA. 7 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2016-2020 TIP PROJECTS MAP AND MINORITY POPULATIONS X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y Rogers Bella Vista Springdale Highfill Lowell Fayetteville Bentonville Tontitown Goshen Centerton Farmington Siloam Springs Gateway Prairie Grove Gentry Pea Ridge Little Flock Elkins Decatur Cave Springs Elm Springs Gravette Johnson Lincoln Garfield West Fork Greenland Avoca Winslow Bethel Heights Sulphur Springs Springtown Pineville Noel Southwest City Barry McDonald Benton Washington Madison Crawford Carroll Franklin ¹ 0 3 6 1.5 Miles X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y Rogers Bella Vista Springdale Highfill Lowell Fayetteville Bentonville Tontitown Goshen Centerton Farmington Siloam Springs Gateway Prairie Grove Gentry Pea Ridge Little Flock Elkins Decatur Cave Springs Elm Springs Gravette Johnson Lincoln Garfield West Fork Greenland Avoca Winslow Bethel Heights Sulphur Springs Springtown Noel Southwest City Barry McDonald Benton Washington Madison Crawford Carroll Franklin ¹ 0 3 6 1.5 Miles FFY 2016-2020 TIP and Minority Population (2010 Census Tracts) TIP 2016-2020 Projects X Y Bridge Needs X Y IRP X Y Safety X Y Str. & Apprs. X Y Widening X Y Other Improvements CAP CAP/IRP Capacity Needs IRP New Location Scoping and Design Widening Other Improvements Other Improvements, Design and Environmental Total Minority Population by Census Tracts 68 – 271 330 – 703 761 – 1487 1553 – 2822 4256 – 7347 NWARPC MPA Boundary 8 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2016-2020 TIP PROJECTS MAP AND POPULATION BELOW POVERTY X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y Rogers Bella Vista Springdale Highfill Lowell Fayetteville Bentonville Tontitown Goshen Centerton Farmington Siloam Springs Gateway Prairie Grove Gentry Pea Ridge Little Flock Elkins Decatur Cave Springs Elm Springs Gravette Johnson Lincoln Garfield West Fork Greenland Avoca Winslow Bethel Heights Sulphur Springs Springtown Pineville Noel Southwest City Barry McDonald Benton Washington Madison Crawford Carroll Franklin ¹ 0 3 6 1.5 Miles X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y Rogers Bella Vista Springdale Highfill Lowell Fayetteville Bentonville Tontitown Goshen Centerton Farmington Siloam Springs Gateway Prairie Grove Gentry Pea Ridge Little Flock Elkins Decatur Cave Springs Elm Springs Gravette Johnson Lincoln Garfield West Fork Greenland Avoca Bethel Heights Sulphur Springs Springtown Pineville Noel Southwest City Barry McDonald Benton Washington Madison Carroll FFY 2016-2020 TIP and Poverty Level (2014 Census Tracts) TIP 2016-2020 Projects X Y Bridge Needs X Y IRP X Y Safety X Y Str. & Apprs. X Y Widening X Y Other Improvements CAP CAP/IRP Capacity Needs IRP New Location Scoping and Design Widening Other Improvements Other Improvements, Design and Environmental Percent Population Below Poverty Level 1.4 – 6.7 6.8- 13.3 13.4 – 22.9 23.0- 34.3 34.4 – 49.8 NWARPC MPA Boundary 9 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program SUMMARY OF FEDERAL FUNDS FAYETTEVILLE, SPRINGDALE, ROGERS AR-MO URBANIZED AREA The FAST Act and previous transportation authorizations apportions Federal funds for use in specific areas within the State. The Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers AR-MO Urbanized Area receives funds in the following programs: STBGP GT 200K, TAP Attributable, FTA 5307, and FTA 5339. Projects that utilize these funds are selected by the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission/Policy Committee. NARTS TRANSPORTATION FUNDING BY PROGRAM AND FISCAL YEAR Fayetteville Flyer Lake Springdale Trailhead Amounts shown x$1,000 Years STBGP GT 200K Funds TAP Attributable Funds FTA 5307 Funds FTA 5339 Funds 2016 2,914 480 2,534 238 2017 7,364 481 2,585 242 2018 10,800 480 2,640 248 2019 7,750 480 2,696 252 2020 8,950 480 2,753 258 Total 37,778 2,401 13,208 1,238 10 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM STATE FISCAL YEARS 2016-2020 Hwy. 549 – Future I 49 The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) prepared annually, sets forth the specific construction projects the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) will undertake in the next five years. It covers high- ways and bridges, transit, aviation, rail, waterways, enhancements and other projects. MoDOT, in accordance with State and Federal law, prepared the STIP for State Fiscal Years 2016 through 2020 (July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2020). The STIP establishes work for a rolling five-year period of time. As each year is com- pleted, the STIP is updated and a new year is added. Each of Missouri’s nine metropolitan planning organizations (MPO) prepares a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and a long-range transportation plan for its MPO area. NWARPC is Missouri’s newest MPO. It is an expansion of the NWARPC MPO into a small part of McDonald County, Missouri, which took effect in June 2014. This portion of McDonald County, including Pineville and Jane, is included in NWARPC’s Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA) and consequently transportation projects in this area are part of the NARTS FFY 2016-2020 TIP. Hwy. 71 from Pineville to Bella Vista 11 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2016-2020 TIP SUMMARY OF TRANSIT FUNDS Arkansas receives an annual apportionment for the Sections 5307, 5310, 5311, and 5339 programs (listed as Statewide Projects in the TIP). AHTD solicits a Statewide annual application process from transit providers in both urbanized and rural areas. Based on submitted applications, applicant’s eligibility, project’s eligibility, rating system and available funds, the AHTD approves projects for funding. The AHTD approved projects are submitted to the FTA for their approval. Once approved by the FTA, agencies throughout the State are informed of grant awards and contracts are executed. URBANIZED AREA FORMULA PROGRAM (49 U.S.C. §5307) – TRANSIT FTA apportions Urbanized Area Formula Program funds to designated recipients within urbanized areas with populations of 200,000 or more. NWARPC is the designated recipient for the Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers AR- MO Urbanized Area. The Urbanized Area Formula Program Section 5307 provides operating and capital funds to local public transit operators Razorback Transit and Ozark Regional Transit. MAP-21 expanded the use of these funds for operating expenses and the FAST Act continued the operating expense eligibility. Expanded eligibility included operating expenses for transit systems in Urbanized Areas over 200,000 if they operate no more than 100 buses. BUS AND BUS FACILITIES PROGRAM (49 U.S.C. §5339) – TRANSIT Map-21 created a new formula grant program for bus and bus facilities that replaced the 5309 discretionary program and the FAST Act continues this program. The program provides funding for replacing, rehabilitating, and purchasing new buses and bus-related equipment and facilities. Funding is utilized by both Razorback and Ozark Regional Transit for replacing buses. ENHANCED MOBILITY OF SENIORS AND INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM (49 U.S.C. §5310) – TRANSIT Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program is a formula assistance program to improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Public transportation projects may be implemented in areas where public transportation is insufficient, inappropriate, or unavailable; public transportation projects that exceed the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); projects that improve access to fixed- route service and decrease reliance on complementary paratransit; and alternatives to public transportation projects that assist seniors and individuals with disabilities. RURAL AREA FORMULA PROGRAM (49 U.S.C. §5311) – TRANSIT The Rural Area Formula Program is a formula grant program that provides capital, planning, and operating assistance to States to support public transportation in rural areas with populations less than 50,000. ORT provides demand response service to the rural areas within the MPA. 12 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program NARTS FFY 2016-2020 TIP INFORMATION ON GROUPED CATEGORIES NATIONAL HIGHWAY PERFORMANCE PROGRAM (NHPP) • VARIOUS RESURFACING/RESTORATION/REHABILITATION/RECONSTRUCTION – The NHPP provides support for the condition and performance of the National Highway System (NHS), for the construction of new facilities on the NHS, and to ensure that investments of Federal-aid funds in highway construction are directed to support progress toward the achievement of performance targets established in a State’s asset management plan for the NHS. • VARIOUS CAPACITY IMPROVEMENTS – Projects in this category include the construction of new facilities and widening of existing facilities to increase capacity. • VARIOUS BRIDGE REHABILITATION/REPLACEMENT – Bridge resurfacing, preservation, and reconstruction on non-NHS Federal-aid highways is now eligible under the FAST Act. • PE/RIGHT-OF-WAY/UTILITIES/CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING – Funding for project activities that include preliminary engineering, right-of-way acquisition, relocating utilities and providing construction engineering. SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM (STBGP) • VARIOUS RESURFACING/RESTORATION/REHABILITATION/RECONSTRUCTION – Projects in this category generally include improvements to the Federal-aid Highway System. The purpose of these improvements would be to improve the ride quality or to extend the life of pavements. Projects may increase lane widths and/or shoulder widths to current standards. • VARIOUS CAPACITY IMPROVEMENTS – Projects in this category include the construction of new facilities and widening of existing facilities to increase capacity. • PE/RIGHT-OF-WAY/UTILITIES/CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING – Funding for project activities that include preliminary engineering, right-of-way acquisition, relocating utilities and providing construction engineering. • VARIOUS BRIDGE REPLACEMENT/REHABILITATION (ON/OFF SYSTEM) – Projects in this category include the replacement or rehabilitation of eligible bridges. • BRIDGE PAINTING/GUARD RAIL/SCOUR CONTROL/INSPECTION/INSPECTION EQUIPMENT – Projects in this category include the routine inspection of bridges, painting structural steel, adding or replacing guard rail at bridge ends, improvements to columns to control scour, and purchase of bridge inspection equipment. • WORKFORCE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT – Projects in this category will be for various courses and training for workforce development and educational activities for AHTD employees. • STBGP > 200,000 – Projects in this category include improvements to maintain the system of eligible routes in Metropolitan Planning Organizations. Eligible projects would include resurfacing, restoration, rehabilitation, reconstruction, signalization, increasing lane widths and/or shoulder widths to current standards, intersection improvements such as the addition of turn lanes, pedestrian and bicycle improvements, bridge rehabilitation or replacement, and railroad crossing improvements. 13 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program • VARIOUS SIGNALS AND INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS – Projects in this category include signalization, signal upgrades, signal coordination, and the addition of turn lanes to improve the flow of traffic through intersections. • VARIOUS TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVE PROJECTS – The FAST Act eliminates the MAP-21 Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) and replaces it with a set-aside of Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBGP) program funding for transportation alternatives (TA). Projects in this category will be approved through the solicitation of applications. These set-aside funds include all projects and activities that were previously eligible under TAP, encompassing a variety of smaller-scale transportation projects such as pedestrian and bicycle facilities, recreational trails, safe routes to school projects, community improvements such as historic preservation and vegetation management, and environmental mitigation related to stormwater and habitat connectivity. • VARIOUS TRAIL PROJECTS – Projects in this category will be approved through the solicitation of applications. Eligible projects include motorized and non-motorized trails and trail facilities. HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (HSIP) • VARIOUS SAFETY TYPE IMPROVEMENTS – Highway safety improvement projects means a project consistent with the state Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) that corrects or improves a hazardous road location or feature or addresses a highway safety problem. HSIP eligibility is limited to those listed in the statute 23 U.S.C Section 130 and Section 148, most of which are infrastructure-safety related. • RIGHT-OF-WAY/UTILITIES/CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING – Funding for project activities that include right-of- way acquisition, relocating utilities and providing construction engineering. RAILWAY-HIGHWAY CROSSINGS PROGRAM • RAILROAD CROSSING PROTECTIVE DEVICES/SURFACING/HAZARD ELIMINATION – The FAST Act continues the Railway-Highway Crossings program, which provides funds for safety improvements to reduce the number of fatalities, injuries, and crashes at public railway-highway grade crossings. CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY (CMAQ) • VARIOUS CMAQ PROJECTS – Projects in this category help meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act. Funding is available to reduce congestion and improve air quality for areas that do not meet the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ozone, carbon monoxide, or particulate matter (nonattainment areas) and for former nonattainment areas that are now in compliance (maintenance areas). • NON-ATTAINMENT PROJECTS – Projects in this category have been selected by the MPO in an area designated by the Environmental Protection Agency as a non-attainment area for the National Ambient Air Quality Standards and have been documented to decrease vehicular emissions. NATIONAL HIGHWAY FREIGHT PROGRAM (NHFP) • VARIOUS NATIONAL HIGHWAY FREIGHT PROJECTS – National highway freight program projects must contribute to the efficient movement of freight on the national highway freight network. APPLICABLE GUIDANCE Eligible activities for all programs can be found in the “FAST Act” guidance at the following website: http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/fastact/factsheets/ 14 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2016-2020 TIP LIST OF PROJECTS The list at the end of this document illustrates the transportation projects included in the 2016- 2020 fiscal years. The following definitions describe the tables’s attribute columns: JOB Project number assigned by AHTD or MODOT COUNTY Project location by county RTE Route number where the project is scheduled TERMINI Project route and description TYPE WORK Type of work LENGTH Length of the project in miles ESTIMATED COST Costs and funding breakdown (X$1,000) MATCH Agency responsible for providing the match for the cost of project CARRYING OUT Agency responsible for carrying out the project LET YEAR Year of construction contract TIP AREA Transportation Study area APHN Arkansas Primary Highway Network 412 Northern Bypass Construction in Springdale Hwy. 549 Bella Vista Bypass in Bentonville 15 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y X Y Hwy. 71B/12th.St.Tiger Inters.Impvts. Hwy.102/SW I St. Inters.Impvts . Hwy. 112 Corridor Imp. Hwy.71-Co,Rd 34 Bella Vista Bypass Hwy. 264-New Hope Rd. Widening Hwy.102/Sebs Rd. Intchng. Impvts. Mercy Way Corr.Impvts. Hwy. 62 Clyde Carnes.Rd. Sain St. Extension Hwy. 71B Major Widening Woolsey Bridge West Fork Wildcat Bridge Old Hwy.68 Beaver Lake Str. & Apprs. Hwy. 71B Intchng. Impvts. Little Osage Creek Str. & Apprs Elm Springs Rd. Intchng. Impvts. Hwy. 16/112 Spur Intchng. Impvts. Wolf Creek and Spring Branch Str. & Apprs. Little Sugar & Tanyard Creeks Strs. & Appr Hwy. 43 KCS Railroad Overpass Hwy. 264/N Bellview Inters. Impvts. Middle Fork White River Str. & Apprs. XNA Airport Access Road Rdway Imp.from Pineville to AR State Line Don Tyson Prkwy. Ext. Sources: Esri, DeLorme, HERE, USGS, Intermap, increment P Corp., NRCAN, Esri Japan, METI, Esri China (Hong Kong), Esri (Thailand), TomTom ¹ 0 3.5 7 1.75 Miles Date: 3/4/2016 TIP Projects 2016-2020 X Y Bridge Needs X Y IRP X Y Safety X Y Str. & Apprs. X Y Widening X Y Other Improvements CAP CAP/IRP Capacity Needs IRP New Location Scoping and Design Widening Other Improvements Other Improvements, Design and Environmental FFY 2016-2020 TIP PROJECTS MAP 16 17 FFY 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program 18 FFY 2016-2020 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM AMENDMENTS AMENDMENT #1 – Amended FFY 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 to include various Arkansas Statewide Sealing Projects. The TAC and RPC/Policy Committee voted via BALLOT unanimously to approve Amendment # 1 on June 17, 2016. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP CA0902 Benton 49 Hwy. 62/102 – Hwy. 72 Widening & Intchng. Impvts. (S) Interchange Improvements & Major Widening 2016 6,500 18,300 3.43 NARTS State State 24,800 – TOTAL – NHPP (IRP) – CAP CA0903 Benton 549 Hwy. 71 Interchange (B. V. Bypass) (S) New Location 2020 43,100 0.00 NARTS State State 43,100 – TOTAL Contingent upon MODOT funding their portion of the bypass – CAP CA0905 Benton 549 Co. Rd. 34 – MO St. Line (B. V. Bypass) (S) New Location 2020 26,000 2.54 NARTS State State 26,000 – TOTAL Contingent upon MODOT funding their portion of the bypass – CAP Page 1 of 48 CONNECTING ARKANSAS PROGRAM * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP BB0411 Washington 49 Hwy. 16/112 Spur Intchng. Impvts. (S) Interchange Improvements 2019 17,370 1,930 0.00 NARTS State State 19,300 – TOTAL – NHPP (IRP) – State BB0414 Washington 49 Porter Rd. – Hwy. 112/71B Widening & Intchng. Impvts. (S) Interchange Improvements & Major Widening 2016 13,300 19,800 13,100 8,240 560 2.91 NARTS State/Local State 55,000 – TOTAL Partnering Project – City of Fayetteville transferred $3,890,000 partnering commitment from Job 040489, Hwy. 112 Spur-North (Hwy. 112) to this project, has deposited $3,500,000 and has agreed to provide $170,000 for additional costs of a shared use path. – NHPP – NHPP (IRP) – NFP – State – Local BB0413 Washington 49 Elm Springs Rd. Intchng. Impvts. (F) Interchange Improvements 2016 4,743 657 230 370 0.25 NARTS State/Local State 6,000 – TOTAL Partnering Project – City of Springdale to provide $1.85 million to widen overpass to 6 lanes and add 8′ sidewalks. $1.48 million of STBGP GT 200K funds obligated on Job 012007, Randall Wobbe Lane- Hwy. 264 (Springdale) will count towards this commitment. – NHPP (IRP) – Earmark – State – Local BB0903 Benton 49 Hwy. 71B Intchng. Impvts. (F) Interchange Improvements 2018 3,200 15,200 1,600 3,000 0.00 NARTS State State 23,000 – TOTAL Partnering Project – Cities of Bentonville and Rogers to contribute $1.5 million each towards project costs. – NHPP (IRP) – NFP – State – Local Page 2 of 48 INTERSTATE REHABILITATION PROJECTS * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 090443 Benton 12 Springtown – Hwy. 279 (Overlay) (S) System Preservation 2016 1,120 280 8.32 NARTS State State 1,400 – TOTAL Let to contract. – STBGP – State 09X018 Benton 12 Beaver Lake Str. & Apprs. (S) Str. & Apprs. 2019 8,400 2,100 0.00 NARTS State State 10,500 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State B275 * 040579 Washington 16 College Ave. – Huntsville Rd. (Sel. Secs.) (Fayetteville) (S) Major Widening 2019 4,400 1,100 0.90 NARTS State State 5,500 – TOTAL – NHPP – State 040641 Washington 16 Middle Fork White River Str. & Apprs. (Fayetteville) (S) Str. & Apprs. 2016 6,383 1,596 0.56 NARTS State State 7,979 – TOTAL Let to contract. – NHPP (BR) – State 04X013 Washington 16 Benton Co. Ln. – East System Preservation 2018 960 240 5.10 NARTS State State 1,200 – TOTAL – STBGP – State P233 * 04X011 Washington 16 Hwy. 71B – Co. Rd. 49 System Preservation 2017 2,880 720 13.00 NARTS State State 3,600 – TOTAL – STBGP – State P195 * 09X013 Benton 43 Hwy. 264 – North (Siloam Springs) System Preservation 2017 320 80 2.46 NARTS State State 400 – TOTAL – STBGP – State P560 * 090406 Benton 43 Hwy. 43 KCS Railroad Overpass (Siloam Springs) (S) RR Grade Separation 2016 6,960 1,740 0.47 NARTS Local State 8,700 – TOTAL Partnering Project – City of Siloam Springs to provide 20% of project costs, up to $2 million and will assume maintenance of a portion of Highway 43. – HSIP – Local Page 3 of 48 STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 090376 Benton 49 Hwy. 62/102 Intchng. Impvts. & 8th Street Widening (Bentonville) Interchange Improvements & Major Widening 2016 5,280 14,640 320 4,660 0.51 NARTS State/Local State 24,900 – TOTAL Partnering Project – AHTD to provide $7,597,323 towards interchange improvements. The remainder of the cost will be financed by the City of Bentonville. – NHPP – Earmark – State – Local 090441 Benton 59 Sulphur Springs – Spavinaw Creek (Overlay) (S) System Preservation 2016 880 220 6.40 NARTS State State 1,100 – TOTAL Let to contract. – STBGP – State 090434 Benton 59 Wolf Creek and Spring Branch Str. & Apprs. (S) Str. & Apprs. 2018 1,440 360 0.00 NARTS State State 1,800 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State 04X017 Washington 71 Co. Rd. 3115 – Hutchens Creek System Preservation 2017 400 100 2.10 NARTS State State 500 – TOTAL – STBGP – State P576 * 04X016 Washington 71B Hwy. 16 – Fulbright Expy. (Sel. Secs.) System Preservation 2017 2,080 520 5.30 NARTS State State 2,600 – TOTAL – NHPP – State P541 * 09X011 Benton 94 Hwy. 71B – No. of Hwy. 62 (Rogers) System Preservation 2017 720 180 2.20 NARTS State State 900 – TOTAL – STBGP – State P526 * 090431 Benton 94 Little Sugar Creek Str. & Apprs. (S) Str. & Apprs. 2018 1,680 420 0.00 NARTS State State 2,100 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State Page 4 of 48 STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 09X016 Benton 102 Decatur – Centerton System Preservation 2017 1,280 320 6.70 NARTS State State 1,600 – TOTAL – STBGP – State P658A * 012X03 Benton & Washington 112 Hwy. 112 Corridor Improvements (PE and Right-of- Way) PE/ROW 2016 10,400 2,600 17.93 NARTS State State 13,000 – TOTAL – CMAQ Flex – State CJ7 * 04X004 Washington 112 Poplar Street – Van Asche Dr. (Fayetteville) Major Widening 2018 5,120 1,280 1.57 NARTS State State 6,400 – TOTAL – CMAQ Flex – State C95 * 040683 Washington 170 Clyde Carnes Rd. – Hwy. 62 (Farmington) (S) Major Widening 2018 3,500 3,500 1.97 NARTS Local State 7,000 – TOTAL Partnering Project – City to contribute 50% of costs. Project also shown in NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY AREA. – STBGP – Local S20902 Benton 94/264 Hwys. 94 & 264 (Sel. Secs.) (Overlay) (S) System Preservation 2017 960 240 4.46 NARTS State State 1,200 – TOTAL – STBGP – State 090402 Benton 264 Little Osage Creek Str. & Apprs. (S) Str. & Apprs. 2018 2,080 520 0.00 NARTS State State 2,600 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State 012007 Benton & Washington 265 Randall Wobbe Lane – Hwy. 264 (Springdale) (S) New Location 2020 14,250 1,000 3,813 1.98 NARTS State State 19,063 – TOTAL Partnering Project – A total of $2,645,033 in NARTS STBGP GT 200K funds contributed to this project prior to FFY 2016. Project shown in NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY AREA and in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE . – STBGP – STBGP GT 200K – State Page 5 of 48 STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 04X009 Washington 265 Hwy. 412 – North System Preservation 2017 2,080 520 2.63 NARTS State State 2,600 – TOTAL – STBGP – State P15 * 09X007 Benton 340 Little Sugar & Tanyard Creeks Strs. & Apprs (S) Str. & Apprs. 2019 3,120 780 0.00 NARTS State State 3,900 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State CJ8 * 09X001 Benton 549 Hwy. 71 – Co. Rd. 34 (Bella Vista Bypass) (Additional Lanes) New Location 2020 40,000 10,000 10.91 NARTS State State 50,000 – TOTAL Contingent upon MODOT funding their portion of the bypass – NHPP – State Page 6 of 48 STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 090338 Benton 71B Dixieland Rd. – 8th St. (Rogers) (S) Major Widening 2018 7,280 3,250 1,820 1,950 1.01 NARTS State/Local State 14,300 – TOTAL Partnering Project – City of Rogers to provide 50% of project costs up to $5 million plus an additional $200,000 for 6′ sidewalks. Total reflects overall project costs. This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – NHPP – STBGP GT 200K – State – Local 09X004 Benton 102B Hwy. 102/Seba Rd. Intersection Improvements (Construction) Intersection Improvements 2017 640 160 0.00 NARTS Local Local 800 – TOTAL This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – STBGP GT 200K – Local 09X004 Benton 102B Hwy. 102/Seba Rd. Intersection Improvements (Design & Env.) PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2016 80 20 0.00 NARTS Local Local 100 – TOTAL This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – STBGP GT 200K – Local 09X003 Benton 102 Hwy. 102/SW I St. Intersection Improvements (Design & Env.) PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2016 100 25 0.00 NARTS Local Local 125 – TOTAL This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – STBGP GT 200K – Local 09X003 Benton 102 Hwy. 102/SW I St. Intersection Improvements (Construction) Intersection Improvements 2017 1,000 250 0.00 NARTS Local Local 1,250 – TOTAL This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – STBGP GT 200K – Local 040683 Washington 170 Clyde Carnes Rd. – Hwy. 62 (Farmington) (S) (ROW Only) PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2017 600 150 1.97 NARTS State State 750 – TOTAL Partnering Project – City to handle ROW and Utility. Project also shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE. – STBGP GT 200K – Local 09X002 Benton 264 Hwy. 264/North Bellview Rd. Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements 2018 400 1,228 0.00 NARTS Local State 1,628 – TOTAL Partnering Project with the City of Lowell. This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – STBGP – Local Page 7 of 48 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 04X002 Washington CS Don Tyson Parkway Extension (S. 56th St. – Hwy. 112) (Design & Env.) PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2016 300 75 0.80 NARTS Local Local 375 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local 012X10 Benton & Washington Rolling Stock for Public Transit Operations (2017) Miscellaneous 2017 200 1,210 NARTS Local Local 1,410 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local 012X09 Benton & Washington Rolling Stock for Public Transit Operations (2016) Miscellaneous 2016 704 691 NARTS Local Local 1,395 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local 040657 Washington CS W. Starry Night View – W. Mount Comfort Rd. (N. Rupple Rd.) (Fayetteville) (S) (Construction) Major Widening 2017 2,488 622 NARTS Local Local 3,110 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local 090436 Benton CS Mercy Way Corridor Improvements (Bella Vista) (P.E. Only) (S) PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2017 256 64 0.30 NARTS Local Local 320 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local 090417 Benton CS South Dixieland Rd. Extension (Lowell) (S) New Location 2017 800 1,500 0.70 NARTS Local Local 2,300 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local 090377 Benton CS SW “I” – Moberly Lane (8th Street Widening) (Bentonville) (S) Major Widening 2017 10,548 4,452 NARTS Local Local 15,000 – TOTAL – Earmark – Local 040657 Washington CS W. Starry Night View – W. Mount Comfort Rd. (N. Rupple Rd.) (Fayetteville) (S) (Env., ROW, Utilities) PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2016 680 1,820 NARTS Local Local 2,500 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local Page 8 of 48 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 090408 Benton 264 Goad Springs Rd. – Commerce Pkwy. (Hwy. 264) (Lowell) (S) Major Widening 2019 464 936 0.60 NARTS Local Local 1,400 – TOTAL City of Lowell to provide matching funds for STBGP funds remaining from project BB0902, Hwy. 264 Intchng. Impvts., and $820,000 in local funds to complete the project. This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – STBGP – Local 040688 Washington CS Sain Street Extension (Fayetteville) (P.E., ROW & Util.) (S) PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2017 100 160 40 0.40 NARTS Local Local 300 – TOTAL – Earmark – STBGP GT 200K – Local 090421 Benton 71B Hwy. 71B/12th St./Tiger Blvd. Inters. Impvts. (Bentonville) (S) (2016) Intersection Improvements 2016 500 125 NARTS Local Local 625 – TOTAL This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – STBGP GT 200K – Local 090421 Benton 71B Hwy. 71B/12th St./Tiger Blvd. Inters. Impvts. (Bentonville) (S) (2017) Intersection Improvements 2017 500 125 NARTS Local Local 625 – TOTAL This project shown in STATE PROJECTS SORTED BY ROUTE and LOCAL PROJECTS IN AREAS > 200,000. – STBGP GT 200K – Local 090069 Benton Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport Access (F) New Location 2020 14,000 16,000 NARTS Local Local 30,000 – TOTAL – Earmark – Local NARTS15 Benton & Washington Various NARTS Attrib Projects Miscellaneous 2018 7,350 1,838 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 9,188 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS16 Benton & Washington Various NARTS TAP Attrib Projects Miscellaneous 2018 480 120 NARTS Local Local 600 – TOTAL – TAP Attrib – Local Page 9 of 48 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP NARTS17 Benton & Washington Various NARTS Attrib Projects Miscellaneous 2019 7,500 1,875 NARTS Local Local 9,375 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS18 Benton & Washington Various NARTS TAP Attrib Projects Miscellaneous 2019 480 120 NARTS Local Local 600 – TOTAL – TAP Attrib – Local NARTS19 Benton & Washington Various NARTS Attrib Projects Miscellaneous 2016 350 88 NARTS Local Local 438 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS21 Benton & Washington NARTS Study Area Planning Planning 2016 200 50 NARTS Local Local 250 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS22 Benton & Washington NARTS Study Area Planning Planning 2017 200 50 NARTS Local Local 250 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS23 Benton & Washington NARTS Study Area Planning Planning 2018 200 50 NARTS Local Local 250 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS24 Benton & Washington NARTS Study Area Planning Planning 2019 250 63 NARTS Local Local 313 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS25 Benton & Washington NARTS Study Area Planning Planning 2020 250 63 NARTS Local Local 313 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local Page 10 of 48 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP NARTS26 Benton & Washington Various NARTS Attrib Projects Miscellaneous 2017 520 130 NARTS Local Local 650 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS28 Benton & Washington Various NARTS Attrib Projects Miscellaneous 2020 7,700 1,925 NARTS Local Local 9,625 – TOTAL – STBGP GT 200K – Local NARTS29 Benton & Washington Various NARTS TAP Attrib Projects Miscellaneous 2020 480 120 NARTS Local Local 600 – TOTAL – TAP Attrib – Local NARTS30 Benton Riordan Road Trailhead Miscellaneous 2017 237 59 NARTS Local Local 296 – TOTAL – TAP Attrib – Local NARTS31 Benton Cave Springs Trail Miscellaneous 2017 244 488 NARTS Local Local 732 – TOTAL – TAP Attrib – Local NARTS32 Benton New Hope Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge Miscellaneous 2016 225 975 NARTS Local Local 1,200 – TOTAL – TAP Attrib – Local NARTS33 Washington Deans Trail Phase I Miscellaneous 2016 255 1,476 NARTS Local Local 1,731 – TOTAL – TAP Attrib – Local Page 11 of 48 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION STUDY * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2016-01 Statewide IRP Debt Service Miscellaneous 2016 58,000 ALL State State 58,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (IRP) XX2016-02 Statewide Various Resurf / Restoration / Rehab / Reconst 4-R 2016 1,000 600 400 ALL State State 2,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – STBGP – State XX2016-03 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement Str. & Apprs. 2016 800 200 ALL State/Local State/Local 1,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State Local XX2016-04 Statewide Bridge Guard Rail / Scour Control / Inspection / Inspection Equipment Miscellaneous 2016 3,000 1,000 1,000 ALL State/Local State 5,000 – TOTAL – STBGP – STBGP (Br Off) – State Local XX2016-05 Statewide RR Xing Protect Devices / Surfacing / Hazard Elim Safety & Traf. Eng. 2016 3,420 380 ALL State/RR State/RR 3,800 – TOTAL – Rail Hwy – State XX2016-06 Statewide Various Transportation Alternative Projects Miscellaneous 2016 6,400 1,600 ALL Local Local 8,000 – TOTAL – TAP – Local XX2016-07 Statewide Various Trail Projects Miscellaneous 2016 1,000 250 ALL Local Local 1,250 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local Page 12 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2016 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2016-08 Statewide Various Resurf / Restore / Rehab / Recon / BR Repl / BR Rehab on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2016 5,967 1,492 ALL Local State 7,459 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local XX2016-09 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2016 3,700 925 ALL Local State 4,625 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) – Local XX2016-10 Statewide PE / Right-of-Way / Utilities / CENG PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2016 12,000 5,000 150 600 1,145 855 250 5,000 ALL State/Local State 25,000 – TOTAL Funding in this category may be used for the development of any project within the 2016-2020 STIP. – NHPP – STBGP – Rail Hwy – NFP – HSIP – Safety – CMAQ Flex – State Local XX2016-11 Statewide Bridge Painting Miscellaneous 2016 2,400 600 ALL State State 3,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – State XX2016-12 Statewide Motor Fuel Enforcement Activities Miscellaneous 2016 20 ALL State State 20 – TOTAL – STBGP XX2016-13 Statewide Various Statewide Safety Improvements Safety & Traf. Eng. 2016 4,000 ALL State State 4,000 – TOTAL – Safety XX2016-14 Statewide Various Pavement Marking & Signing Projects Safety & Traf. Eng. 2016 3,200 800 ALL State State 4,000 – TOTAL – HSIP – State Page 13 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2016 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2016-15 Statewide Workforce Training and Development Miscellaneous 2016 700 ALL State State 700 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) XX2016-17 Statewide Various Signal and Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements 2016 2,000 500 ALL State/Local 2,500 – TOTAL Includes all MPOs with the exception inside the urbanized areas of CARTS, NARTS & WMATS. – STBGP – State Local Page 14 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2016 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2017-01 Statewide IRP Debt Service Miscellaneous 2017 58,000 ALL State State 58,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (IRP) XX2017-02 Statewide Various Resurf / Restoration / Rehab / Reconst 4-R 2017 1,000 600 400 ALL State State 2,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – STBGP – State XX2017-03 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement Str. & Apprs. 2017 800 200 ALL State/Local State/Local 1,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State Local XX2017-04 Statewide Bridge Guard Rail / Scour Control / Inspection / Inspection Equipment Miscellaneous 2017 3,000 1,000 1,000 ALL State/Local State 5,000 – TOTAL – STBGP – STBGP (Br Off) – State Local XX2017-05 Statewide RR Xing Protect Devices / Surfacing / Hazard Elim Safety & Traf. Eng. 2017 3,510 390 ALL State/RR State/RR 3,900 – TOTAL – Rail Hwy – State XX2017-06 Statewide Various Transportation Alternative Projects Miscellaneous 2017 6,400 1,600 ALL Local Local 8,000 – TOTAL – TAP – Local XX2017-07 Statewide Various Trail Projects Miscellaneous 2017 1,000 250 ALL Local Local 1,250 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local Page 15 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2017 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2017-08 Statewide Various Resurf / Restore / Rehab / Recon / BR Repl / BR Rehab on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2017 5,967 1,492 ALL Local State 7,459 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local XX2017-09 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2017 3,700 925 ALL Local State 4,625 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) – Local XX2017-10 Statewide PE / Right-of-Way / Utilities / CENG PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2017 12,000 5,000 150 600 1,145 855 250 5,000 ALL State/Local State 25,000 – TOTAL Funding in this category may be used for the development of any project within the 2016-2020 STIP. – NHPP – STBGP – Rail Hwy – NFP – HSIP – Safety – CMAQ Flex – State Local XX2017-11 Statewide Bridge Painting Miscellaneous 2017 2,400 600 ALL State State 3,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – State XX2017-12 Statewide Motor Fuel Enforcement Activities Miscellaneous 2017 20 ALL State State 20 – TOTAL – STBGP XX2017-13 Statewide Various Statewide Safety Improvements Safety & Traf. Eng. 2017 6,600 ALL State State 6,600 – TOTAL – Safety XX2017-14 Statewide Various Pavement Marking & Signing Projects Safety & Traf. Eng. 2017 3,200 800 ALL State State 4,000 – TOTAL – HSIP – State Page 16 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2017 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2017-15 Statewide Workforce Training and Development Miscellaneous 2017 700 ALL State State 700 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) XX2017-17 Statewide Various Signal and Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements 2017 2,000 500 ALL State/Local 2,500 – TOTAL Includes all MPOs with the exception inside the urbanized areas of CARTS, NARTS & WMATS. – STBGP – State Local Page 17 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2017 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2018-01 Statewide IRP Debt Service Miscellaneous 2018 58,000 ALL State State 58,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (IRP) XX2018-02 Statewide Various Resurf / Restoration / Rehab / Reconst 4-R 2018 1,000 600 400 ALL State State 2,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – STBGP – State XX2018-03 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement Str. & Apprs. 2018 800 200 ALL State/Local State/Local 1,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State Local XX2018-04 Statewide Bridge Guard Rail / Scour Control / Inspection / Inspection Equipment Miscellaneous 2018 3,000 1,000 1,000 ALL State/Local State 5,000 – TOTAL – STBGP – STBGP (Br Off) – State Local XX2018-05 Statewide RR Xing Protect Devices / Surfacing / Hazard Elim Safety & Traf. Eng. 2018 3,600 400 ALL State/RR State/RR 4,000 – TOTAL – Rail Hwy – State XX2018-06 Statewide Various Transportation Alternative Projects Miscellaneous 2018 6,400 1,600 ALL Local Local 8,000 – TOTAL – TAP – Local XX2018-07 Statewide Various Trail Projects Miscellaneous 2018 1,000 250 ALL Local Local 1,250 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local Page 18 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2018 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2018-08 Statewide Various Resurf / Restore / Rehab / Recon / BR Repl / BR Rehab on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2018 5,967 1,492 ALL Local State 7,459 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local XX2018-09 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2018 3,700 925 ALL Local State 4,625 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) – Local XX2018-10 Statewide PE / Right-of-Way / Utilities / CENG PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2018 12,000 5,000 150 600 1,145 855 250 5,000 ALL State/Local State 25,000 – TOTAL Funding in this category may be used for the development of any project within the 2016-2020 STIP. – NHPP – STBGP – Rail Hwy – NFP – HSIP – Safety – CMAQ Flex – State Local XX2018-11 Statewide Bridge Painting Miscellaneous 2018 2,400 600 ALL State State 3,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – State XX2018-12 Statewide Motor Fuel Enforcement Activities Miscellaneous 2018 20 ALL State State 20 – TOTAL – STBGP XX2018-13 Statewide Various Statewide Safety Improvements Safety & Traf. Eng. 2018 1,200 ALL State State 1,200 – TOTAL – Safety XX2018-14 Statewide Various Pavement Marking & Signing Projects Safety & Traf. Eng. 2018 3,200 800 ALL State State 4,000 – TOTAL – HSIP – State Page 19 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2018 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2018-15 Statewide Workforce Training and Development Miscellaneous 2018 700 ALL State State 700 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) XX2018-17 Statewide Various Signal and Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements 2018 2,000 500 ALL State/Local 2,500 – TOTAL Includes all MPOs with the exception inside the urbanized areas of CARTS, NARTS & WMATS. – STBGP – State Local Page 20 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2018 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2019-01 Statewide IRP Debt Service Miscellaneous 2019 58,000 ALL State State 58,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (IRP) XX2019-02 Statewide Various Resurf / Restoration / Rehab / Reconst 4-R 2019 1,000 600 400 ALL State State 2,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – STBGP – State XX2019-03 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement Str. & Apprs. 2019 800 200 ALL State/Local State/Local 1,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State Local XX2019-04 Statewide Bridge Guard Rail / Scour Control / Inspection / Inspection Equipment Miscellaneous 2019 3,000 1,000 1,000 ALL State/Local State 5,000 – TOTAL – STBGP – STBGP (Br Off) – State Local XX2019-05 Statewide RR Xing Protect Devices / Surfacing / Hazard Elim Safety & Traf. Eng. 2019 3,690 410 ALL State/RR State/RR 4,100 – TOTAL – Rail Hwy – State XX2019-06 Statewide Various Transportation Alternative Projects Miscellaneous 2019 6,400 1,600 ALL Local Local 8,000 – TOTAL – TAP – Local XX2019-07 Statewide Various Trail Projects Miscellaneous 2019 1,000 250 ALL Local Local 1,250 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local Page 21 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2019 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2019-08 Statewide Various Resurf / Restore / Rehab / Recon / BR Repl / BR Rehab on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2019 5,967 1,492 ALL Local State 7,459 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local XX2019-09 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2019 3,700 925 ALL Local State 4,625 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) – Local XX2019-10 Statewide PE / Right-of-Way / Utilities / CENG PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2019 12,000 5,000 150 600 1,145 855 250 5,000 ALL State/Local State 25,000 – TOTAL Funding in this category may be used for the development of any project within the 2016-2020 STIP. – NHPP – STBGP – Rail Hwy – NFP – HSIP – Safety – CMAQ Flex – State Local XX2019-11 Statewide Bridge Painting Miscellaneous 2019 2,400 600 ALL State State 3,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – State XX2019-12 Statewide Motor Fuel Enforcement Activities Miscellaneous 2019 20 ALL State State 20 – TOTAL – STBGP XX2019-13 Statewide Various Statewide Safety Improvements Safety & Traf. Eng. 2019 10,000 ALL State State 10,000 – TOTAL – Safety XX2019-14 Statewide Various Pavement Marking & Signing Projects Safety & Traf. Eng. 2019 3,200 800 ALL State State 4,000 – TOTAL – HSIP – State Page 22 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2019 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2019-15 Statewide Workforce Training and Development Miscellaneous 2019 700 ALL State State 700 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) XX2019-17 Statewide Various Signal and Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements 2019 2,000 500 ALL State/Local 2,500 – TOTAL Includes all MPOs with the exception inside the urbanized areas of CARTS, NARTS & WMATS. – STBGP – State Local Page 23 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2019 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2020-01 Statewide IRP Debt Service Miscellaneous 2020 58,000 ALL State State 58,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (IRP) XX2020-02 Statewide Various Resurf / Restoration / Rehab / Reconst 4-R 2020 1,000 600 400 ALL State State 2,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – STBGP – State XX2020-03 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement Str. & Apprs. 2020 800 200 ALL State/Local State/Local 1,000 – TOTAL – NHPP (BR) – State Local XX2020-04 Statewide Bridge Guard Rail / Scour Control / Inspection / Inspection Equipment Miscellaneous 2020 3,000 1,000 1,000 ALL State/Local State 5,000 – TOTAL – STBGP – STBGP (Br Off) – State Local XX2020-05 Statewide RR Xing Protect Devices / Surfacing / Hazard Elim Safety & Traf. Eng. 2020 3,780 420 ALL State/RR State/RR 4,200 – TOTAL – Rail Hwy – State XX2020-06 Statewide Various Transportation Alternative Projects Miscellaneous 2020 6,400 1,600 ALL Local Local 8,000 – TOTAL – TAP – Local XX2020-07 Statewide Various Trail Projects Miscellaneous 2020 1,000 250 ALL Local Local 1,250 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local Page 24 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2020 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2020-08 Statewide Various Resurf / Restore / Rehab / Recon / BR Repl / BR Rehab on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2020 5,967 1,492 ALL Local State 7,459 – TOTAL – STBGP – Local XX2020-09 Statewide Various Bridge Rehab / Replacement on County Roads Str. & Apprs. 2020 3,700 925 ALL Local State 4,625 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) – Local XX2020-10 Statewide PE / Right-of-Way / Utilities / CENG PE/ROW/Utility/Env. 2020 12,000 5,000 150 600 1,145 855 250 5,000 ALL State/Local State 25,000 – TOTAL Funding in this category may be used for the development of any project within the 2016-2020 STIP. – NHPP – STBGP – Rail Hwy – NFP – HSIP – Safety – CMAQ Flex – State Local XX2020-11 Statewide Bridge Painting Miscellaneous 2020 2,400 600 ALL State State 3,000 – TOTAL – NHPP – State XX2020-12 Statewide Motor Fuel Enforcement Activities Miscellaneous 2020 20 ALL State State 20 – TOTAL – STBGP XX2020-13 Statewide Various Statewide Safety Improvements Safety & Traf. Eng. 2020 10,000 ALL State State 10,000 – TOTAL – Safety XX2020-14 Statewide Various Pavement Marking & Signing Projects Safety & Traf. Eng. 2020 3,200 800 ALL State State 4,000 – TOTAL – HSIP – State Page 25 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2020 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2020-15 Statewide Workforce Training and Development Miscellaneous 2020 700 ALL State State 700 – TOTAL – STBGP (Br Off) XX2020-16 Statewide Various Pavement Projects Miscellaneous 2020 110 55 41 ALL State State 206 – TOTAL – NHPP – STBGP – State XX2020-17 Statewide Various Signal and Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements 2020 2,000 500 ALL State/Local 2,500 – TOTAL Includes all MPOs with the exception inside the urbanized areas of CARTS, NARTS & WMATS. – STBGP – State Local Page 26 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2020 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 110FTA Statewide Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Transit 2016 2,545 636 ALL Local Local 3,181 – TOTAL – FTA-5310 – Local 111FTA Statewide Rural Area Transit 2016 12,390 3,097 ALL Local Local 15,487 – TOTAL – FTA-5311 – Local 113FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities < 200,000 Transit 2016 493 123 ALL Local Local 616 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 114FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities – Rural Areas Transit 2016 1,750 438 ALL Local Local 2,188 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 115FTA Statewide Safety Oversight Transit 2016 229 57 ALL Local Local 286 – TOTAL – FTA-5329 – Local 116FTA Statewide Statewide Planning Program Transit 2016 112 28 ALL Local Local 140 – TOTAL – FTA-5304 – Local * 200PTF Statewide Public Transit Trust Fund Transit 2016 4,000 ALL Local Local 4,000 – TOTAL – State 201TLS Statewide Translease Transit 2016 775 ALL Local Local 775 – TOTAL – Local Page 27 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2016 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 202HUA Statewide HUA Transit 2016 346 ALL Local Local 346 – TOTAL – State * NARTS01 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/ORT 2016 720 720 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 1,440 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS02 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/ORT 2016 351 88 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 439 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS03 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/ORT 2016 268 67 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 335 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS04 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/ORT 2016 119 30 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 149 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS05 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/ORT 2016 947 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 947 – TOTAL – Local NARTS06 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/Razorback 2016 422 422 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 844 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS07 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/Razorback 2016 96 24 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 120 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local Page 28 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2016 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP NARTS08 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/Razorback 2016 110 27 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 137 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS09 Benton & Washington Capital – Rolling Stock/Support Equipment Transit/Razorback 2016 467 83 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 550 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS10 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/Razorback 2016 119 21 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 140 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS11 Benton & Washington Capital – Planning Transit/NWARPC 2016 100 25 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 125 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS12 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/Razorback 2016 1,700 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 1,700 – TOTAL – Local NARTS15 Benton & Washington Consolidated Planning Program (MPO) Planning 2016 526 132 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 658 – TOTAL – FTA-5305 – Local * Page 29 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2016 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 110FTA Statewide Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Transit 2017 2,596 649 ALL Local Local 3,245 – TOTAL – FTA-5310 – Local 111FTA Statewide Rural Area Transit 2017 12,637 3,159 ALL Local Local 15,796 – TOTAL – FTA-5311 – Local 113FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities < 200,000 Transit 2017 503 126 ALL Local Local 629 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 115FTA Statewide Safety Oversight Transit 2017 233 58 ALL Local Local 291 – TOTAL – FTA-5329 – Local 114FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities – Rural Areas Transit 2017 1,750 438 ALL Local Local 2,188 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 116FTA Statewide Statewide Planning Program Transit 2017 115 29 ALL Local Local 144 – TOTAL – FTA-5304 – Local * 200PTF Statewide Public Transit Trust Fund Transit 2017 4,000 ALL Local Local 4,000 – TOTAL – State 201TLS Statewide Translease Transit 2017 775 ALL Local Local 775 – TOTAL – Local Page 30 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2017 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 202HUA Statewide HUA Transit 2017 346 ALL Local Local 346 – TOTAL – State * NARTS01 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/ORT 2017 736 736 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 1,472 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS02 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/ORT 2017 358 90 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 448 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS03 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/ORT 2017 273 68 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 341 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS04 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/ORT 2017 121 30 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 151 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS05 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/ORT 2017 966 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 966 – TOTAL – Local NARTS06 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/Razorback 2017 430 430 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 860 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS07 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/Razorback 2017 99 25 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 124 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local Page 31 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2017 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP NARTS08 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/Razorback 2017 112 28 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 140 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS09 Benton & Washington Capital – Rolling Stock/Support Equipment Transit/Razorback 2017 477 84 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 561 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS10 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/Razorback 2017 121 22 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 143 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS11 Benton & Washington Capital – Planning Transit/NWARPC 2017 100 25 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 125 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS12 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/Razorback 2017 1,734 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 1,734 – TOTAL – Local NARTS15 Benton & Washington Consolidated Planning Program (MPO) Planning 2017 536 134 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 670 – TOTAL – FTA-5305 – Local * Page 32 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2017 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 110FTA Statewide Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Transit 2018 2,648 662 ALL Local Local 3,310 – TOTAL – FTA-5310 – Local 111FTA Statewide Rural Area Transit 2018 12,890 3,223 ALL Local Local 16,113 – TOTAL – FTA-5311 – Local 113FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities < 200,000 Transit 2018 513 128 ALL Local Local 641 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 114FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities – Rural Areas Transit 2018 1,750 438 ALL Local Local 2,188 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 115FTA Statewide Safety Oversight Transit 2018 238 60 ALL Local Local 298 – TOTAL – FTA-5329 – Local 116FTA Statewide Statewide Planning Program Transit 2018 117 29 ALL Local Local 146 – TOTAL – FTA-5304 – Local * 200PTF Statewide Public Transit Trust Fund Transit 2018 4,000 ALL Local Local 4,000 – TOTAL – State 201TLS Statewide Translease Transit 2018 775 ALL Local Local 775 – TOTAL – Local Page 33 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2018 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 202HUA Statewide HUA Transit 2018 346 ALL Local Local 346 – TOTAL – State * NARTS01 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/ORT 2018 751 751 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 1,502 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS02 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/ORT 2018 366 92 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 458 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS03 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/ORT 2018 280 70 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 350 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS04 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/ORT 2018 124 31 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 155 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS05 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/ORT 2018 976 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 976 – TOTAL – Local NARTS06 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/Razorback 2018 439 439 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 878 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS07 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/Razorback 2018 103 26 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 129 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local Page 34 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2018 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP NARTS08 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/Razorback 2018 114 29 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 143 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS09 Benton & Washington Capital – Rolling Stock/Support Equipment Transit/Razorback 2018 487 86 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 573 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS10 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/Razorback 2018 124 22 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 146 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS11 Benton & Washington Capital – Planning Transit/NWARPC 2018 100 25 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 125 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS12 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/Razorback 2018 1,769 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 1,769 – TOTAL – Local NARTS15 Benton & Washington Consolidated Planning Program (MPO) Planning 2018 547 137 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 684 – TOTAL – FTA-5305 – Local * Page 35 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2018 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 110FTA Statewide Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Transit 2019 2,701 675 ALL Local Local 3,376 – TOTAL – FTA-5310 – Local 111FTA Statewide Rural Area Transit 2019 13,148 3,287 ALL Local Local 16,435 – TOTAL – FTA-5311 – Local 113FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities < 200,000 Transit 2019 523 131 ALL Local Local 654 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 115FTA Statewide Safety Oversight Transit 2019 243 61 ALL Local Local 304 – TOTAL – FTA-5329 – Local 114FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities – Rural Areas Transit 2019 1,750 438 ALL Local Local 2,188 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 116FTA Statewide Statewide Planning Program Transit 2019 119 30 ALL Local Local 149 – TOTAL – FTA-5304 – Local * 200PTF Statewide Public Transit Trust Fund Transit 2019 4,000 ALL Local Local 4,000 – TOTAL – State 201TLS Statewide Translease Transit 2019 775 ALL Local Local 775 – TOTAL – Local Page 36 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2019 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 202HUA Statewide HUA Transit 2019 346 ALL Local Local 346 – TOTAL – State * NARTS01 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/ORT 2019 768 768 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 1,536 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS02 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/ORT 2019 374 94 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 468 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS03 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/ORT 2019 286 72 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 358 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS04 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/ORT 2019 126 32 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 158 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS05 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/ORT 2019 986 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 986 – TOTAL – Local NARTS06 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/Razorback 2019 448 448 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 896 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS07 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/Razorback 2019 107 27 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 134 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local Page 37 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2019 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP NARTS08 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/Razorback 2019 117 29 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 146 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS09 Benton & Washington Capital – Rolling Stock/Support Equipment Transit/Razorback 2019 496 88 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 584 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS10 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/Razorback 2019 126 22 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 148 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS11 Benton & Washington Capital – Planning Transit/NWARPC 2019 100 25 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 125 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS12 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/Razorback 2019 1,804 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 1,804 – TOTAL – Local NARTS15 Benton & Washington Consolidated Planning Program (MPO) Planning 2019 558 140 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 698 – TOTAL – FTA-5305 – Local * Page 38 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2019 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 110FTA Statewide Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Transit 2020 2,755 689 ALL Local Local 3,444 – TOTAL – FTA-5310 – Local 111FTA Statewide Rural Area Transit 2020 13,411 3,353 ALL Local Local 16,764 – TOTAL – FTA-5311 – Local 113FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities < 200,000 Transit 2020 534 133 ALL Local Local 667 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 114FTA Statewide Bus and Bus Facilities – Rural Areas Transit 2020 1,750 438 ALL Local Local 2,188 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local 115FTA Statewide Safety Oversight Transit 2020 248 62 ALL Local Local 310 – TOTAL – FTA-5329 – Local 116FTA Statewide Statewide Planning Program Transit 2020 122 31 ALL Local Local 153 – TOTAL – FTA-5304 – Local * 200PTF Statewide Public Transit Trust Fund Transit 2020 4,000 ALL Local Local 4,000 – TOTAL – State 201TLS Statewide Translease Transit 2020 775 ALL Local Local 775 – TOTAL – Local Page 39 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2020 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 202HUA Statewide HUA Transit 2020 346 ALL Local Local 346 – TOTAL – State * NARTS01 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/ORT 2020 785 785 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 1,570 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS02 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/ORT 2020 382 96 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 478 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS03 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/ORT 2020 292 73 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 365 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS04 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/ORT 2020 129 32 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 161 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS05 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/ORT 2020 996 NARTS Local-ORT Local-ORT 996 – TOTAL – Local NARTS06 Benton & Washington Operating Assistance Transit/Razorback 2020 457 457 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 914 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS07 Benton & Washington Capital – Preventive Maintenance Transit/Razorback 2020 112 28 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 140 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local Page 40 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2020 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP NARTS08 Benton & Washington Capital – Paratransit Service Transit/Razorback 2020 119 30 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 149 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS09 Benton & Washington Capital – Rolling Stock/Support Equipment Transit/Razorback 2020 506 89 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 595 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS10 Benton & Washington Bus and Bus Facilities Transit/Razorback 2020 129 23 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 152 – TOTAL – FTA-5339 – Local NARTS11 Benton & Washington Capital – Planning Transit/NWARPC 2020 100 25 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 125 – TOTAL – FTA-5307 – Local NARTS12 Benton & Washington Transit Operations Transit/Razorback 2020 1,840 NARTS Local-UofA Local-UofA 1,840 – TOTAL – Local NARTS15 Benton & Washington Consolidated Planning Program (MPO) Planning 2020 569 142 NARTS Local-MPO Local-MPO 711 – TOTAL – FTA-5305 – Local * Page 41 of 48 TRANSIT PROJECTS FFY 2020 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 7P0601 McDonald 49 Roadway Improvements from Pineville to the Arknasas State Line (Bella Vista Scoping and Design 2017 1.6 0.4 4.93 ALL State State 2 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – NHPP – State 7P0601 McDonald 49 Roadway Improvements from Pineville to the Arknasas State Line (Bella Vista) Scoping and Design 2016 1.6 0.4 4.93 ALL State State 2 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – NHPP – State 013002Y McDonald 49 Job Order Contracting for Pavement Repair from Route 59 to 0.7 mile South of Route H Statewide Interstate and Major Bridge 2016 59 6 10.74 ALL State State 65 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – NHPP – State 8P2379 Various Replace Non-Standard Guard Rail, Installation of Guard Rail, Guard Cable and/or Access Restraint Cables in the Rural Southwest District Safety 2016 118 ALL State State 118 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – Safety 7P3008 Various Job Order Contracting for Guard Cable and Guard Rail Repair at Verious Locations in the Rural Southwest District Taking Care of System 2017 572 ALL State State 572 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – STBGP 7P3080 Various On-Call Work Zone Enforcement as Various Locations in the Rural Southwest District Safety 2017 33 ALL State State 33 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – STBGP 8P2240 Various Job Order Contracting for Guard Cable and Guard Rail Repair at Verious Locations in the Rural Southwest District Taking Care of System 2018 589 ALL State State 589 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – STBGP Page 42 of 48 MISSOURI * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 5B0800W Various Payback Beginning in SFY 2008 for Safe and Sound Bridges in the Rural Southwest District Taking Care of System 2018 7,551 ALL State State 7,551 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – State 5B0800W Various Payback Beginning in SFY 2008 for Safe and Sound Bridges in the Rural Southwest District Taking Care of System 2019 7,551 ALL State State 7,551 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – State 7P0601 McDonald 49 Roadway Improvements from Pineville to the Arknasas State Line (Bella Vista Scoping and Design 2019 1.6 0.4 4.93 ALL State State 2 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – NHPP – State 7P0601 McDonald 71 Partial Funding for Roadway Improvements from Pineville to the Arknasas State Line (Bella Vista Amendment 3 2020 22,913 4.93 ALL State State 22,913 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – NHPP 7P0601 McDonald 49 Roadway Improvements from Pineville to the Arknasas State Line (Bella Vista Scoping and Design 2018 1.6 0.4 4.93 ALL State State 2 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – NHPP – State 5B0800W Various Payback Beginning in SFY 2008 for Safe and Sound Bridges in the Rural Southwest District Taking Care of System 2017 7,551 ALL State State 7,551 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – State 8P2244 Various Job Order Contracting for Guard Cable and Guard Rail Repair at Verious Locations in the Rural Southwest District Taking Care of System 2016 442 111 ALL State State 553 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – STBGP – State 753008 Various Seal Coat Pavement Improvements on Various Routes in Various Counties Taking Care of System 2016 2.5 0.5 ALL State State 2 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – STBGP – State 7S3088 * Page 43 of 48 MISSOURI * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP 8P2378 Various On-Call Work Zone Enforcement as Various Locations in the Rural Southwest District Safety 2016 21 ALL State State 21 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – STBGP 7Q3002 Various Operations and Management of Ozarks Traffic ITS in the Rural Southwest District Major Projects and Emerging Needs 2016 30 8 ALL State State 38 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – STBGP – State 7P3080 Various On-Call Work Zone Enforcement as Various Locations in the Rural Southwest District Safety 2016 1 ALL State State 1 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – STBGP 5B0800W Various Payback Beginning in SFY 2008 for Safe and Sound Bridges in the Rural Southwest District Taking Care of System 2016 7,551 ALL State State 7,551 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – State 5B0800W Various Payback Beginning in SFY 2008 for Safe and Sound Bridges in the Rural Southwest District Taking Care of System 2020 7,551 ALL State State 7,551 – TOTAL Missouri portion of MPA – State Page 44 of 48 MISSOURI * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2017-18 Statewide Various Sealing Projects System Preservation 2017 9,000 2,250 ALL State State 11,250 – TOTAL Amendment #1 – STBGP – State Page 45 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2017 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2018-18 Statewide Various Sealing Projects System Preservation 2018 9,000 2,250 ALL State State 11,250 – TOTAL Amendment #1 – STBGP – State Page 46 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2018 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2019-18 Statewide Various Sealing Projects System Preservation 2019 9,000 2,250 ALL State State 11,250 – TOTAL Amendment #1 – STBGP – State Page 47 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2019 * Job number from previous printing. JOB COUNTY RTE TERMINI TYPE WORK LENGTH ESTIMATED COST LET YEAR TIP Area Funding Breakdown (x $1,000) AGENCY RESPONSIBLE FOR: A P H N PROVIDING MATCHING FUNDS CARRYING OUT THE PROJECT 2016-2020 NARTS TIP XX2020-18 Statewide Various Sealing Projects System Preservation 2020 9,000 2,250 ALL State State 11,250 – TOTAL Amendment #1 – STBGP – State Page 48 of 48 STATEWIDE GENERIC PROJECTS FFY 2020 * Job number from previous printing.