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CMA Program Delivery Assessment April 9, 2010. Program Delivery. What is it? How are we doing? How can NCTPA & Member Jurisdictions deliver projects?. What is it?. Local Streets and Roads Funding. What is it?. Transit Funding. What is it?. Funding for Improvements. How are we doing?.

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CMA

Program Delivery

Assessment

April 9, 2010


Program Delivery

  • What is it?

  • How are we doing?

  • How can NCTPA & Member Jurisdictions deliver projects?


What is it?

Local Streets and Roads Funding


What is it?

Transit Funding


What is it?

Funding for Improvements


How are we doing?

Funding Limited

  • 30 year Low in Transportation Financing

  • Continue to under invest in our Transit, Highway and Local Road Systems (Maintaining our System)

  • What can we deliver on Transportation 2035?

    Funding Challenge

  • Transit Capital and Local Street and Roads Shortfalls

  • Under Funded Major Capital Projects

  • Regional Program Impact on Local Project Delivery

  • Number of Funding Programs – Fragmentation Allocations


How can NCTPA & Member Jurisdictions deliver projects?

  • Funding Sources:

  • Optimization of Staffing Resources both at CMA and MTC

    • Appropriate Program Placement

    • Agreement on Outcome of Program

  • Continuation of Infrastructure Improvements

    • Limit Disagreements on “Responsibility”

    • Streamline Project Delivery


How can NCTPA & Member Jurisdictions deliver projects? (cont.)

  • Continuation of Block Grant Program w/Flexibility

    • Special Consideration and Maximum Flexibility for Smaller Size CMAs

  • Consolidation of funding programs and reduce fragmentation

  • Develop a truly “unified “call-for-projects” process that minimizes redundancy.


Parting Thoughts!

  • Most programs have been added onto so many times that they have become convoluted and difficult to understand and navigate.

  • Napa gets a taste – but it is mostly based on size and politics.

  • It often takes multiple sources to fund a project – adding complications.


QUESTIONS?


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