Special STP Application Cycle for SFY 2016 Projects
Special STP Application Cycle for SFY 2016 Projects ICC and Executive Committee Meetings September 2015 STP Applications 15 Applications received requesting $22.5 million:
Butler County Engineer (2 applications) Butler County RTA Butler County TID Cincinnati Cincinnati/Hamilton County Evendale Hamilton County Engineer (2 applications) Harrison (2 applications) SORTA Sharonville (2 applications) Springdale Approximately $7.5 million available in Fiscal Year 2016
Butler County Engineer Federal Local Total $688,922 $172,230 $861,152 Butler County Engineer Federal Local Total $396,279
99,070 $495,349 Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA) Requesting 4 Replacement Buses 1 - 35 bus @ $444,850 3 - Light Transit Vehicles @ $92,610 each Total Project Estimate: Federal Share Local Share Total Cost $578,144 $144,536
$722,680 BCRTA provides reliable, effective general public mobility options for the transportation disadvantaged. Butler County TID South Hamilton Crossing Federal $5,000,000 Local $5,000,000 Total $10,000,000 50% Match City of Cincinnati
Duck Creek Connector Federal Local Total 30% Match $1,694,200 $783,300 $2,477,500 City of Cincinnati/Hamilton County (The Banks Public Partners) Federal $400,000 Local $100,000 Total
$500,000 Village of Evendale Federal Local Total 51% Match $487,100 $505,000 $992,100 Hamilton County Engineer Galbraith Road Bridge Federal Local
Total $2,425,380 $606,345 $3,031,725 Hamilton County Engineer Hopple Street Viaduct Federal Local Total $3,901,423 $975,355 $4,876,778
City of Harrison Harrison Avenue Federal Local Total $331,474 $82,868 $414,342 City of Harrison New Haven Road Federal $219,680 Local $54,920 Total
$274,600 SORTA Requesting 12 Replacement Buses 40 Diesel buses @$475,000 each Total project estimate: Federal Share Local Share Total Cost $4,560,000 $1,140,000 $5,700,000 Buses will serve both inner city and suburban routes
within SORTAs operating area. City of Sharonville Kemper Road Federal Local Total 30% Match $464,800 $199,200 $664,000 City of Sharonville Sharon Road Federal
Local Total 40% Match $250,680 $167,120 $417,800 City of Springdale SR 4 Southbound Lane Addition Federal Local Total $482,781 $120,695
$603,476 STP Transportation Factors for Highway Applications Up to 45 points Safety (accidents per MVM) Positive Impact on Safety
Existing Level of Service (LOS) Positive Impact on LOS Average Daily Traffic Freight Volumes Roadway Classification Complete Streets Status of Project 1 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 3 to 5 points 1 to 5 points
1 to 5 points STP Transportation Factors for Transit Applications Up to 45 points Impact on Safety & Security Useful Life System Impact
Type Time to Implementation Positive Ridership Impact Capital Utilization 0 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 1 to 5 points 6 to 10 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 10 points 1 to 5 points STP Planning Factors for All Applications Up to 55 points
Replacement/Expansion Environmental Justice Strategic Regional Policy Plan Local Planning Air Quality/Energy
Local Share Existing Condition Economic Vitality History of Project Delivery Additional Funding Request Intermodal Elements 1 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 10 points 0 to 10 points 0 to 5 points 0 to 5 points 0 to -5 points
0 to -2 points 0 to 5 points Funding Recommendations Hamilton TID $3,750,00081 points SORTA (2 buses) $760,00058 points
Harrison Harrison Avenue Hamilton Co. Galbraith Rd Hamilton Co. Hopple St Via. Harrison New Haven Road Sharonville Kemper Road BCEO Yankee Road BCEO Hamilton Mason Rd Cinti./Hamilton Co. BANKS 40 points 38 points
Butler County - Princeton Road (Butler County Engineer) Butler County - Liberty Fairfield Road (Butler County Engineer) Hamilton County - SR 4 SB lane addition (Springdale) Hamilton County - IR 75 railroad bridge replacement (ODOT) Hamilton County - Reading Road (Evendale) Hamilton County - Sharon Road (Sharonville) Hamilton County - US 22 Sidewalks (DELETED) Sycamore Township Kentucky Projects Boone County - US 42 and KY 842 intersection (KYTC) Kenton County - Electric Alley Pedestrian Improvements (Covington) Kenton County - Turkeyfoot Road Sidewalks (Lakeside Park) Transit Projects
Resolution 2015-24 Amendment 2B (analyzed projects) Ohio Projects Butler County TID South Hamilton Crossing Cincinnati Duck Creek Road Extension ODOT IR 75 (Phases 1 and 2 of Thru the Valley)
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