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Route Transfer. February 2004 TAC Meetings. History of Route Transfer Study. Problems with Previous Process (ADOT’s perspective). No list of candidate routes Opportunities missed to make transfers as highway segments bypassed Improvements too expensive

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route transfer

Route Transfer

February 2004 TAC Meetings

problems with previous process adot s perspective
Problems with Previous Process(ADOT’s perspective)
  • No list of candidate routes
  • Opportunities missed to make transfers as highway segments bypassed
  • Improvements too expensive
  • Pace of transfers/abandonments too slow
  • Lengthy negotiations and administration
technical advisory committee
Technical Advisory Committee
  • John Pein ADOT Planning
  • Joe Hughes RTAC
  • Don Freeman PAG
  • Rick Powers District Engineer, Globe
  • Bill Alfier District Engineer, Yuma
  • Steve Hansen ADOT Right-of-Way
study schedule
Study Schedule
  • 1st TAC Meeting (December 4, 2001)
  • Transportation Board (May 2, 2002)
  • 2nd TAC Meeting (July 23, 2002)
  • Review with ADOT DEs (September 2, 2002)
  • 3rd TAC Meeting (September 23, 2002)
study schedule continued
Study Schedule (Continued)
  • November 2002 Transportation Board Discussion:
    • Consult with local stakeholders
    • Use Level of Development to Identify Routes
  • Local Government/Stakeholder Meetings
    • MAG (December 10, 2002)
    • PAG (January 8, 2003)
    • Rural Transportation Summit (January 16-17, 2003)
study schedule continued1
Study Schedule (Continued)
  • Technical Advisory Committee (March 2003)
  • Transportation Board
    • Transportation Board approves Route Transfer Policy (August 15, 2003)
transfer of state routes policy
Transfer of State Routes Policy
  • SHS provide for statewide and regional movements
  • Cooperate with local jurisdictions
  • Maintain a list of eligible transfer routes
  • Transfer bypassed and parallel routes
priorities for transfer
Priorities for Transfer
  • Local government interest
  • Bypass/Alternate route construction
  • Not needed for system continuity
  • Others
summary of county city comments
Summary of County/City Comments
  • Concern about wholesale abandonment of routes and forcing local agencies to take them
  • Concern about the financial impact on local governments
  • Questions about specific routes
board identified issues
Board Identified Issues
  • LOD / SOC
  • Internal ADOT procedures
  • Set-aside funding
  • Design and maintenance standards for urban highways
  • Local to State transfer
  • Frontage/Spur Road Inventory
rural transportation summit identified issues
Rural Transportation Summit Identified Issues
  • Change functional classification
  • Redistribute maintenance funds
  • Local government cost computations