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funding summary
Funding Summary

Funding Summary

TOD Workshop

Monday, March 28, 2005

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Starting a Project

  • The first step to get a project funded is to have the project approved in the Countywide Transportation Plan (CWTP) and Regional Transportation Plan (RTP)
  • The amount of projects included in the CWTP is financially constrained
  • The CWTP and RTP are generally approved in concurrent processes

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

So you have a project in the CWTP

  • Having a project included in the CWTP/RTP does not mean you can start spending $
  • Funds need to be programmed to the project

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Now You Need Funding

Projects Included in the CWTP/RTP

State

Transportation

Improvement

Program

(STIP)

Federal

Program

(STP/CMAQ)

Primary

Funding

Programs

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Example

Real Life Scenario

  • Home Remodel Plans Include:
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • Landscaping
  • New Roof

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Example

Real Life Scenario

  • Home Remodel Plans Include:
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • Landscaping
  • New Roof

PLANNING ONLY

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Example

Real Life Scenario

  • Home Remodel Plans Include:
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • Landscaping
  • New Roof

PLANNING ONLY

  • Tax Refund - $10,000
  • Use Funds for New Roof

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Example

Real Life Scenario

  • Home Remodel Plans Include:
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • Landscaping
  • New Roof

PLANNING ONLY

  • Tax Refund - $10,000
  • Use Funds for New Roof

REAL

FUNDING

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Example

Real Life Scenario

Transportation Scenario

  • Home Remodel Plans Include:
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • Landscaping
  • New Roof
  • CWTP Includes:
  • Central Station TOD
  • Central Station Bus Stop Imp.
  • Main Street Improvements
  • A Street Interchange

PLANNING ONLY

  • Tax Refund - $10,000
  • Use Funds for New Roof

REAL

FUNDING

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Example

Real Life Scenario

Transportation Scenario

  • Home Remodel Plans Include:
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • Landscaping
  • New Roof
  • CWTP Includes:
  • Central Station TOD
  • Central Station Bus Stop Imp.
  • Main Street Improvements
  • A Street Interchange

PLANNING ONLY

  • Tax Refund - $10,000
  • Use Funds for New Roof
  • Federal Funds Cycle Occurs
  • Secure funds for Central Station Bus Stop Imp.

REAL

FUNDING

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Example

Real Life Scenario

Transportation Scenario

  • Home Remodel Plans Include:
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • Landscaping
  • New Roof
  • CWTP Includes:
  • Central Station TOD
  • Central Station Bus Stop Imp.
  • Main Street Improvements
  • A Street Interchange

PLANNING ONLY

  • Tax Refund - $10,000
  • Use Funds for New Roof
  • Federal Funds Cycle Occurs
  • Secure funds for Central Station Bus Stop Imp.

REAL

FUNDING

  • Win the Lottery - $20,000
  • Use funds for
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen

REAL

FUNDING

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Example

Real Life Scenario

Transportation Scenario

  • Home Remodel Plans Include:
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • Landscaping
  • New Roof
  • CWTP Includes:
  • Central Station TOD
  • Central Station Bus Stop Imp.
  • Main Street Improvements
  • A Street Interchange

PLANNING ONLY

  • Tax Refund - $10,000
  • Use Funds for New Roof
  • Federal Funds Cycle Occurs
  • Secure funds for Central Station Bus Stop Imp.

REAL

FUNDING

  • Win the Lottery - $20,000
  • Use funds for
  • New Bathroom
  • New Kitchen
  • 2006 STIP Cycle Occurs
  • Secure funds for:
  • Central Station TOD
  • Main Street Improvements

REAL

FUNDING

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

The Funding Picture

Funding Programs

Federal Funds

STP/CMAQ

State Funds

State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

Regional Funds

Air District Funding (TFCA)

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process for selecting projects federal stp cmaq
Project Sponsor

Submits application to CMA

CMA

Evaluates candidate projects (consistency with Countywide Plan, etc) and adopts or amends CMP

MTC

Evaluates projects from CMAs/regional projects and adopts federal TIP

MTC

MTC’s federal TIP approved by FHWA/FTA

Process for Selecting ProjectsFederal STP, CMAQ

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process for selecting projects state transportation improvement program stip
Project Sponsor

Submits application to CMA

CMA

Evaluates candidate projects (consistency with Countywide Plan, etc) and adopts CMP

MTC

Evaluates candidate projects from CMAs and adopts RTIP (biannual)

CTC

Reviews projects from regional agencies and Caltrans and adopts STIP

Process for Selecting ProjectsState Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

Winter of Odd Numbered Years

Spring thru Fall of Odd Numbered Years

By December 15 of Odd Numbered Years

By April 1st of Even Numbered Years

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process for selecting projects transportation fund for clean air program tfca
40% Funds TFCA Projects 60% Funds

Project Sponsor

Submits application to CMA

Project Sponsor

Submits application to BAAQMD

CMA

Evaluates candidate projects county-wide and adopts program of projects

CMA

Submits projects to BAAMQD

BAAMQD

Reviews for consistency with law and approves list

BAAMQD

Evaluates candidate projects regionwide and adopts program

Process for Selecting ProjectsTransportation Fund for Clean Air Program (TFCA)
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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Additional Information

If your project is receives programming (funding) – That is good news!

BUT

You now have to follow a detailed process to spend your federal or state funds

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Additional Information

Training courses are offered by Caltrans on how to navigate the State and Federal Funding processes

Previous Caltrans Training Courses

Federal-Aid Series I (Overview of Federal-Aid Process)

Federal-Aid Series II (Environmental Analysis)

Federal-Aid Series III (Procedures for right-of-ways Acquisition)

Federal-Aid Series IV (Project Development)

Federal-Aid Series V (Contract Administration and Project Completion)

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The Funding Picture: CMA’s Role

Additional Information

Additional Information on Funding Programs Available on the CMA Web Site

www.accma.ca.gov

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