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Tribal Transportation Program National Update. TTPCC Meeting Albuquerque, NM 8/27/13. Topics. MAP-21 FY 13 Funding Inventory ( NTTFI ) Regulations and Consultation Safety Planning and Bridge Bridge Numbering: Tribal, BIA FY 14 Funding. MAP-21 and FY 13 Funding.

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tribal transportation program national update

Tribal Transportation Program National Update

TTPCC Meeting

Albuquerque, NM

8/27/13

topics
Topics
  • MAP-21
  • FY 13 Funding
  • Inventory (NTTFI)
  • Regulations and Consultation
  • Safety
  • Planning and Bridge
  • Bridge Numbering: Tribal, BIA
  • FY 14 Funding
map 21 and fy 13 funding
MAP-21 and FY 13 Funding
  • A new formula for the allocation of funds was implemented in FY2013 with the passage of “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act, P.L. 112-141” (MAP-21).
  • A final FY 13 CR was passed at the end of March 2013, providing:
    • The remainder of limitation (funding) for the year (including a ~0.2% rescission); and
    • Obligation limitation of 4.1% to be applied to TTP
  • Sequestration did not effect TTP Program.
  • Full year funding percentages and shares were allocated shortly thereafter.
map 21 and fy 13 funding1
MAP-21 and FY 13 Funding
  • Summary of FY2013 MAP-21 TTP Formula funding:
    • Total Authority: $450,000,000
      • Impact of Rescission:
        • $900,000 – rescission
      • Result - $449,100,000 available
    • Set Asides/Takedowns:
      • 2% for Safety, Bridge, and Tribal Planning (Approx. $8.98 million each)
      • 6% for Administrative Expenses (Approx. $26.95 million)
      • Supplemental Funding ($104.26 million)
      • 80% Transition ($277.36 million)
      • Result - $13.58 million for formula distribution
map 21 and fy 13 funding2
MAP-21 and FY 13 Funding
  • Formula factors breakdown:
      • Mileage: $3,668,608
      • Population: $5,299,100
      • Historic Region Formula: $4,619,728
  • Now obligation limitation reduction (Approx. $18.41 million) is applied to all factors to determine final tribal shares.
funding per map 21
Funding % per MAP-21
  • PMO: Program Management Oversight
  • PLN: Planning
  • SAF: Safety
  • BDG: Tribal Transportation Facility Bridges
  • SUP: Tribal Supplemental Funding
  • F11: 80% of RNDF/PAF for FY2011
  • REM: Tribal Shares (remainder after 80% portion)
portions based on fy2013
Portions: Based on FY2013

2% set-a-sides (Planning, Safety and Bridge)

BIA/FHWA Admin

“Remainder” (27%-39%-34%)

Tribal Shares

Supplemental funds

80% FY2011 RNDF/PAF

inventory nttfi
Inventory (NTTFI)
  • FY12 Inventory is used for mileage factor in new MAP-21 formula for as long as MAP-21 is in effect
  • Inventory updates are encouraged to continue
regulation updates
Regulation Updates
  • Regulation Updates:
    • 25CFR170
      • Preliminary Working Draft was made available to the TTPCC for initial comment in Jan 2013.
      • TTPCC provided input and recommendations.
      • Final Draft was assembled and published in the Federal Register (April 12, 2013)
      • Public meetings to discuss the draft were held at three locations across Indian Country.
      • Received comments are being reviewed and modifications to the Rule are being made (if required). Issuance of an NPRM is anticipated in late fall.
      • Formal updating process will be carried out with goal to have Final Rule updated and published in Spring 2014 (FY14).
    • Bridge (23CFR661)
      • A technical amendment to include MAP-21 changes to the existing Bridge Regulations is under review by FHWA.
regulations and consultation 25 cfr part 170
Regulations and Consultation25 CFR Part 170
  • BIA published a notice of consultation on draft proposed regulations on April 12, 2013
  • Notice, Dear Tribal Leader letter, Agenda, meeting sites, and a copy of the Draft Regulations were posted at:
    • http://www.bia.gov/WhoWeAre/BIA/OIS/Transportation/index.htm
  • More than 360 separate comments from more than 30 separate Tribes, tribal consortiums, tribal organizations, and other interested parties.
safety
Safety
  • A Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for Tribal Transportation Program Safety Funds (TTPSF) was published in the Federal Register on August 5. This notice announces the availability of $8.6 million in funding and requests grant applications for funds in four categories:
      • Safety Planning;
      • Engineering Improvements;
      • Enforcement and Emergency Services; and
      • Education Programs.
  • Deadline for submissions is September 19th.
  • For complete instructions on preparing and submitting an application for TTPSF, please see:

http://flh.fhwa.dot.gov/programs/ttp/safety/ttpsf-2013.htm

  • You do NOT need to register using www.sam.gov. Please submit your application directly to FHWA at ttpsf@dot.gov.
  • Contact: Russell Garcia, russell.garcia@dot.gov or
  • 202-366-9815.
ttp planning and bridge
TTP Planning and Bridge
  • TTP Planning funds (tribal transportation planning or 2% planning funds) were distributed along with the tribal shares and are posted at both BIA and FHWA websites
      • TTP Planning: $8.6 Million
  • TTP Bridge funds have been allocated in accordance with procedures in 23 CFR 661
      • In FY 13, TTP Bridge program funded 16 bridge construction projects and 2 bridge design projects.
bridge numbering tribal
Bridge numbering:Tribal
  • Tribally-owned bridges are now required to have bridge inspections conducted and the results submitted to the FHWA for inclusion into the National Bridge Inventory(NBI).
  • Currently, the NBI allows 15 alpha/numeric characters in a structure #.
    • Historical BIA numbering:

0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 00 A 1 2 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

  • For uniformity purposes,the following numbering schema is proposed for Tribally-owned bridges: (Example: Cheyenne River Reservation)

0 0 0 0A 0 1 3 4 0T? ? ? ?

1 2 3 4 [ 5 6 7 8 9 10 ]11[ 12 13 14 15 ]

[ N T T F I six-code ] [ Tribal schema ]

Only constant in ALL tribal bridges 

bridge numbering bia
Bridge numbering: BIA
  • BIA-owned bridges have been required to have bridge inspections conducted and the results also submitted to the FHWA for inclusion into the National Bridge Inventory(NBI).

0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 00 A 1 2 3 (historical BIA schema)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

  • The following numbering schema will be used for other BIA structures:

0 0 0 0A 0 1 3 4 0B8 ? ? ? (Pedestrian bridges)

  • The following numbering schema will be used for other BIA structures:

0 0 0 0A 0 1 3 4 0B8 ? ? ? (Pedestrian bridges)

0 0 0 0A 0 1 3 4 0B9 ? ? ? (non-NBI eligible structures)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

fy2014 funding
FY2014 Funding
  • MAP-21
    • 2nd year of authority
  • No FY14 Appropriation bills have been signed by Congress.
  • Scenarios
    • Full year appropriation bill signed and full year funds available 1st quarter of FY14
    • Continuing resolution passed providing partial year funding
    • No appropriation action taken and no funds made available