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Tab-CIP June 2020Transportation Advisory Board June 8, 2020 Capital Improvements Program Overview $1.5 Billion Transportation Capital Assets (streets, bridges, multi-use path, sidewalk) The CIP is how we: Preserve existing infrastructure Increase safety Maximize efficiency of the system Enhance mobility by investments in the completion of the multimodal system What is a Capital Improvement Program (CIP)? The Draft 2021-2026 CIP represents ~$81 Million total investment and with $10.6 Million from federal/state grants TMP Investment Policy Priorities Highest: System operations, maintenance and safety Next: Operational improvements and enhancement of the transit, pedestrian and bicycle system Lowest: Quality of life, sound walls and traffic mitigation Why this Capital Improvement Program? Why this Capital Improvement Program? $47,923,000, 67% $23,504,563, 33% Multimodal Programs Multimodal Projects Transportation Fund Sales Tax (60%-70%) HUTF (Gas Tax) Funds (5%-10%) External Grant Funds (15%-25%) Misc Sources (5%-10%) Transportation Development Fund Development Excise Tax (5%-10%) Boulder Junction Fund DET from area re-development in Boulder Junction Transportation CIP Funding Sources Grants •Federal Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) funds through DRCOG –Major Source of external funds; fund leveraging •Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) •Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) •Safe Routes to School (SRTS) •Community Mobility/Planning Iniiatives (CMPI) •Colorado Parks Wildlife Trail Grants Transportation CIP Funding Sources Funding Uncertainty COVID-19 Impacts •Reduced funding for local match grant projects •Reduced funding for capital programs •Reduced staffing to implement projects •Forecasted to reduce budget 20% •Uncertainty about bidding markets •Federal Infrastructure Bill??? Funding Uncertainty Item 2012 2018 Increase Annual Increase Sidewalk (Sq Yd) $38.00 $51.50 35%5.2% Asphalt (Ton) $50 $77 54%7.5% $0.00 $20.00 $40.00 $60.00 $80.00 $100.00 Sidewalk (Sq Yd) Asphalt (Ton) Reduced Purchasing Capacity 2012 2018 Draft 21-26 CIP Projects CIP Programs •Defer Table Mesa MUP Project/ Returning Grant Funds? •Defer Boulder Creek Path Enhancements •Delay Bridge Maintenance •Delay Multi-Use Path/Sidewalk Maintenance •Explore Greenways Program Reduction •Work with DRCOG/CDOT Schedule Extensions 2021 CIP Potential COVID-19 Impacts 2021 CIP Reductions 2021 CIP Additions •New CMPI Grant Funding •TAP 47 th/BNSF Sidewalk •New HSIP Funding for Traffic Signals/Ped X-ing Project Highlights –CMPI Pedestrian Crossing Treatments •TMP Investment Priorities 1 & 2 •Pedestrian Enhancement •2021 Construction •$290k Total/$230k Fed Project Highlights -47th/BNSF Sidewalk •TMP Investment Priorities 1 & 2 •Pedestrian Enhancement •2025 Construction •$636k Total/$509k Fed Project Highlights –HSIP/VZ Traffic Signal Reconstruction •Vision Zero Enhancement •Capital Maintenance •TMP Investment Priorities 1 & 2 •2022/23 Construction •$1.1M Total/$1.0M Fed 2 3 1 Locations 1.Baseline/Mohawk 2.Folsom/Pine 3.Baseline/Broadway Project Highlights –Downtown Boulder Station •Transit Infrastructure Project •2023 Construction •TMP Investment Priorities 1 & 2 •$982k Total / $593k Grants Project Highlights –28th Street/S-119 BRT •Multimodal Enhancements •TMP Investment Priorities 1 & 2 •2022-2023 Construction •$6M Total/$4.7M Fed Project Highlights –Table Mesa MUP •Multimodal Enhancement •TMP Investment Priorities 1 & 2 •2023 Construction •$5.5M Total/$2.2M Fed Project Highlights –East Arapahoe MUP/Transit Stops •Mutlimodal Enhancements •TMP Investment Priorities 1 & 2 •2023 Construction •$1.9M Total/$0.76M Fed Questions?