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Technical Planning Committee

November 13, 2018 9:00 a.m.

Lake Michigan Room 6100 Southport Road, Portage

Annotated Agenda


    1. Call to Order by Chairman, Opening and Announcements

    2. Pledge of Allegiance; Introductions

    3. Meeting Participation Survey

      INDOT requires NIRPC to develop a questionnaire to help evaluate the success of their efforts to reach out to all members of our community. Participation is strictly voluntary and anonymous.

    4. Minutes of the October 9, 2018 meeting (pp. 1-2) ACTION REQUESTED: Approval


2.0 Public Comment on Agenda Items

This is an opportunity for comments from members of the audience. The amount of time available to speak will be limited to 3 minutes. Commenters must sign the blue form.


    1. Implementation Planning

    2. 2050 Plan Futures – Dominique Edwards

      NIRPC staff will present the results from the fall round of pop-up events.

      ACTION REQUESTED: Informational

    3. Performance Measures

      The Federal Highway Administration requires NIRPC to adopt Transportation Performance Measures related to safety, pavement and bridge condition, system performance, freight, traffic congestion, and on-road mobile source emissions.

      1. Resolution 18-19, Safety Performance Measure Targets (pp. 3-5) – Scott Weber ACTION REQUESTED: Recommendation to the NIRPC Commission

      2. Resolution 18-20, Pavement Condition and Bridge Condition Performance Measures (pp. 6-8) – Scott Weber

        ACTION REQUESTED: Recommendation to the NIRPC Commission

      3. Resolution 18-21, System Performance, Freight, and Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Performance Measure (pp. 9-11) – Scott Weber

        ACTION REQUESTED: Recommendation to the NIRPC Commission

    4. Coordinated Transit Plan (pp. 12-xx) – James Winters

      The Coordinated Transit Plan is a federal requirement in order to receive funding for federal program 5310, "Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities." This federally funded program provides resources for eligible transit operators to improve et mobility for people who have disabilities, people who are elderly and people who are low income.

      1. Public Comment Period Report (pp.12-23) ACTION REQUESTED: Informational

      2. Resolution 18-22, Coordinated Transit Plan (pp. 24-91) – James Winters ACTION REQUESTED: Recommendation to the NIRPC Commission

    5. Presentation: Draft Funding Allocations and Program Rules – Mitch Barloga

      1. Resolution 18-23, Notice of Funding Availability (pp. 92-xx) – Mitch Barloga ACTION REQUESTED: Recommendation to the NIRPC Commission

    1. Topical Committee Reports

      Various committees are invited to report out on their meetings.

    2. Environmental Management Policy Committee (EMPC)

    3. Ped, Pedal & Paddle Committee (3PC)

    4. Transit Operators Roundtable (TOR)

    5. Land Use Committee (LUC)

    6. Surface Transportation Committee (STC)

    7. Transportation Resource & Oversight Committee (TROC)


    1. Reports from Planning Partners

    2. Federal Highway Administration & Federal Transit Administration

    3. Neighboring Regional Planning Agencies


    1. Other Business, Staff Announcements and Upcoming Meetings

    2. Other Business

    3. Staff Announcements

    4. NIRPC Meetings/Events

      • The Finance & Personnel Committee will meet on Thursday, November 15 at 8:00 a.m. in the Dune Room at NIRPC.

      • The NIRPC Full Commission/Executive Board will meet on Thursday, November 15 at 9 a.m. in the Lake Michigan Room at NIRPC.

      • The NIRPC Offices will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving Day on November 22 and 23.

      • The Transportation Resource & Oversight Committee – Lake and Porter Counties will meet on Tuesday, November 27 at 9 a.m. in the Lake Michigan Room at NIRPC.

      • The Transportation Resource & Oversight Committee – LaPorte County will meet on Tuesday, November 27 at 1:00 p.m. at City of La Porte Parks Department.

      • The Surface Transportation Committee will meet on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. in the Lake Michigan Room at NIRPC.

      • The Land Use Committee will meet on Wednesday, December 5 at 10 a.m. in the Dune Room at NIRPC.

      • The Environmental Management Policy Committee will meet on Thursday, December 6 at 9 a.m. in the Lake Michigan Room at NIRPC.

      • The Ped, Pedal & Paddle Committee will meet on Thursday, December 6 at 1:30 p.m. in the Lake Michigan Room at NIRPC.


7.0 Next Meeting

The next Technical Planning Committee meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 9 a.m. in the Lake Michigan Room at the NIRPC office.


8.0 Adjournment


Requests for alternate formats, please contact Mary Thorne at NIRPC at least 48 hours prior at (219) 763- 6060 extension 131 or at [email protected]. Individuals with hearing impairments may contact us through the Indiana Relay 711 service by calling 711 or (800) 743-3333.


The Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status, familial status, parental status, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program.


Technical Planning Committee

NIRPC Lake Michigan Room, 6100 Southport Road, Portage October 9, 2018

Minutes


Kevin Breitzke called the meeting to order at 9:05 a.m. with the Pledge of Allegiance, remembering the victims of September 11 2001. Members present included Kevin Breitzke, George Topoll, Mark O’Dell, Kelly Wenger, Margot Sabato, Dean Button, Kay Nelson, Tyler Kent, Julie Ritzler, and David Wright. Others present included Jerry Siska, Bruce Lindner, Jerry Siska, Frank Rosado, Jr., Laurie Keagle, Chris Moore, Jeff Huet, Doug Ferguson, Claudia Taylor, Jill Murr, Ismail Attallah, Jake Dammarrell, and Dennis Cobb. Joyce Newland participated via conference phone. Staff present included Mitch Barloga, Trey Wadsworth, Charles Bradsky, Dominique Edwards, Lisa Todd, Scott Weber, Eman Ibrahim, Peter Kimball, Allen Hammond and Mary Thorne.


The INDOT participation survey was available at the table in the lobby.


The minutes of the September 11, 2018 Technical Planning Committee meeting were approved on a motion by Kay Nelson and a second by Dean Button.


There were no public comments.


Presentation – Dominique Edwards presented on the 2050 Plan drivers and influences of Northwest Indiana’s future. Summer pop-up events concluded September 1. Feedback was received from over 900 people ranging in age from 5 to 75. The fall series of pop up events began last week and goes through October 20. Visit www.nirpc.org for more information.


Presentation - Mitch Barloga presented on the revisions to the new Programmatic Investment Approach for the 2050 Plan and 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) with changes made from input received from the topical committees. The first part of the approach will be the scoring of the project types, the second part will be the scoring of the programs. A sample score sheet was shown as well as the formulas for scoring. Programs and funding allocations will be determined through November and project selection will take place from November to January. Program scoring will be presented to this committee in November for recommendation to the Board and the NOFA solicitation package will be ready for a late November call for projects. Discussion followed. Contact Mitch Barloga with any questions or comments.


Implementation Planning

Scott Weber described the reasons for an amended Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Performance Plan, noting the changes to the targets for peak hours of excessive delay per capita (PHED) and Non- single occupancy vehicle travel (Non-SOV). On a motion by Kay Nelson and a second by George Topoll, the committee voted to recommend the amended CMAQ Performance Plan to the NIRPC Board for adoption.


Lisa Todd presented on the transit asset management group plan for small transit providers as required by the Federal Transit Administration for sub-recipients. The plan is required to be in place by October 1 and the required condition assessment must be completed before September 30, 2019. On a motion by Margot Sabato and a second by George Topoll, the committee voted to recommend the transit asset management group plan to the NIRPC Board for adoption. Contact James Winters with questions or for more information.

Programming

Charles Bradsky reported that a 30-day public comment period was held on FY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program Amendment #17 from August 30 through September 30. No comments were received.


Charles Bradsky presented Resolution 18-14, FY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program Amendment #17 for INDOT and local projects. On a motion by Dean Button and a second by David Wright, the committee voted to recommend Resolution 18-14, FY 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program Amendment #17 to the NIRPC Board for adoption.


Topical Committee Reports


The next Technical Planning Committee meeting is November 13 at 9 a.m. at NIRPC. Hearing no other business, Kevin Breitzke adjourned the meeting at 10:45 a.m.


A Digital MP3 of this meeting is filed. Contact Mary Thorne at the phone number or email below should you wish to receive a copy or a portion of it.

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NWI 2050 Plan

October engagement results: highlights on the public’s feedback on programs


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2050 Plan fall pop-up events

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FHWA – Chicago UZA FHWA – Michigan City UZA


STBG CMAQ HSIP TA

2020


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,486

$ 3,708,491

$ 3,636,386

$ 984,647

Currently programmed

$ 14,910,760

$ 2,670,240

$ 2,282,850

$ 247,200

PE/ROW set aside

N/A

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Risk set aside

N/A

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Change order set aside

$ 375,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (3,334,274)

$ 1,038,251

$ 1,353,536

$ 737,447

$ (205,040)

2021


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,486

$ 3,607,329

$ 2,901,536

$ 984,647

Currently programmed

$ 12,729,857

$ 3,553,934

$ -

$ 1,495,560

PE/ROW set aside

5.00%

$ 597,574.30

$ 180,366.45

$ 145,076.80

$ 49,232.35

Risk set aside

1.00%

$ 119,514.86

$ 36,073.29

$ 29,015.36

$ 9,846.47

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 375,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (1,870,460)

$ (163,045)

$ 2,727,444

$ (569,992)

$ 123,947

2022


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,000

$ 3,607,000

$ 2,270,000

$ 985,000

Currently programmed

$ 11,774,400

$ -

$ 1,138,500

$ 984,080

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 896,325.00

$ 270,525.00

$ 170,250.00

$ 73,875.00

Risk set aside

1.50%

$ 179,265.00

$ 54,105.00

$ 34,050.00

$ 14,775.00

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 209,143

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (1,108,133)

$ 3,282,370

$ 927,200

$ (87,730)

$ 3,013,708

2023


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,000

$ 3,607,000

$ 2,270,000

$ 985,000

Currently programmed

$ 15,437,274

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 896,325.00

$ 270,525.00

$ 170,250.00

$ 73,875.00

Risk set aside

2.00%

$ 239,020.00

$ 72,140.00

$ 45,400.00

$ 19,700.00

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 209,143

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (4,830,762)

$ 3,264,335

$ 2,054,350

$ 891,425

$ 1,379,349

2024


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,000

$ 3,607,000

$ 2,270,000

$ 985,000

Currently programmed

$ 9,598,707

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 896,325.00

$ 270,525.00

$ 170,250.00

$ 73,875.00

Risk set aside

2.50%

$ 298,775.00

$ 90,175.00

$ 56,750.00

$ 24,625.00

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 209,143

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ 948,051

$ 3,246,300

$ 2,043,000

$ 886,500

$ 7,123,851

STBG CMAQ HSIP TA

2020


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 2,901,841

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

Currently programmed

$ 3,979,373

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

N/A

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Risk set aside

N/A

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 31,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (1,108,532)

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

$ (1,376)

2021


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 1,142,937

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

Currently programmed

$ 811,809

$ -

$ -

$ 1,160,000

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 57,146.85

$ 30,707.60

$ 19,858.70

$ 4,791.50

Risk set aside

1.00%

$ 11,429.37

$ 6,141.52

$ 3,971.74

$ 958.30

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 70,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ 192,552

$ 577,303

$ 373,344

$ (1,069,920)

$ 73,278

2022


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 1,142,937

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

Currently programmed

$ 1,460,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 85,720.28

$ 46,061.40

$ 29,788.05

$ 7,187.25

Risk set aside

1.50%

$ 17,144.06

$ 9,212.28

$ 5,957.61

$ 1,437.45

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 70,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (489,927)

$ 558,878

$ 361,428

$ 87,205

$ 517,585

2023


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 1,142,937

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

Currently programmed

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 85,720.28

$ 46,061.40

$ 29,788.05

$ 7,187.25

Risk set aside

2.00%

$ 22,858.74

$ 12,283.04

$ 7,943.48

$ 1,916.60

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 70,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ 964,358

$ 555,808

$ 359,442

$ 86,726

$ 1,966,334

2024


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 1,142,937

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

Currently programmed

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 85,720.28

$ 46,061.40

$ 29,788.05

$ 7,187.25

Risk set aside

2.50%

$ 28,573.43

$ 15,353.80

$ 9,929.35

$ 2,395.75

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 70,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ 958,643

$ 552,737

$ 357,457

$ 86,247

$ 1,955,084

STBG CMAQ HSIP TA

2020


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,486

$ 3,708,491

$ 3,636,386

$ 984,647

Currently programmed

$ 14,910,760

$ 2,670,240

$ 2,282,850

$ 247,200

PE/ROW set aside

N/A

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Risk set aside

N/A

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Change order set aside

$ 375,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (3,334,274)

$ 1,038,251

$ 1,353,536

$ 737,447

$ (205,040)

2021


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,486

$ 3,607,329

$ 2,901,536

$ 984,647

Currently programmed

$ 12,729,857

$ 3,553,934

$ -

$ 1,495,560

PE/ROW set aside

5.00%

$ 597,574.30

$ 180,366.45

$ 145,076.80

$ 49,232.35

Risk set aside

1.00%

$ 119,514.86

$ 36,073.29

$ 29,015.36

$ 9,846.47

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 375,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (1,870,460)

$ (163,045)

$ 2,727,444

$ (569,992)

$ 123,947

2022


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,000

$ 3,607,000

$ 2,270,000

$ 985,000

Currently programmed

$ 11,774,400

$ -

$ 1,138,500

$ 984,080

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 896,325.00

$ 270,525.00

$ 170,250.00

$ 73,875.00

Risk set aside

1.50%

$ 179,265.00

$ 54,105.00

$ 34,050.00

$ 14,775.00

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 209,143

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (1,108,133)

$ 3,282,370

$ 927,200

$ (87,730)

$ 3,013,708

2023


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,000

$ 3,607,000

$ 2,270,000

$ 985,000

Currently programmed

$ 15,437,274

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 896,325.00

$ 270,525.00

$ 170,250.00

$ 73,875.00

Risk set aside

2.00%

$ 239,020.00

$ 72,140.00

$ 45,400.00

$ 19,700.00

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 209,143

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (4,830,762)

$ 3,264,335

$ 2,054,350

$ 891,425

$ 1,379,349

2024


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 11,951,000

$ 3,607,000

$ 2,270,000

$ 985,000

Currently programmed

$ 9,598,707

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

7.50%

$ 896,325.00

$ 270,525.00

$ 170,250.00

$ 73,875.00

Risk set aside

2.50%

$ 298,775.00

$ 90,175.00

$ 56,750.00

$ 24,625.00

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 209,143

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ 948,051

$ 3,246,300

$ 2,043,000

$ 886,500

$ 7,123,851

STBG CMAQ HSIP TA

2020


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 2,901,841

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

Currently programmed

$ 3,979,373

$ -

$ -

$ -

PE/ROW set aside

N/A

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Risk set aside

N/A

$ -

$ -

$ -

$ -

Change order set aside

1.75%

$ 31,000

$ -

$ -

$ -

Available for programming

$ (1,108,532)

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

$ (1,376)

2021


overall available to program ▼

Allocation

$ 1,142,937

$ 614,152

$ 397,174

$ 95,830

Currently programmed