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FY 2015-2021 Statewide Transportation

Improvement Program (STIP)


STIP Report
August 2015

FY 2015-2021 STIP
Table of Contents
1

Introduction........................................................................................................................................... 1

Certification/Compliance ...................................................................................................................... 3

Financial Plan and Resources ................................................................................................................ 4


3.1 Sources: Where does the money come from? ................................................................. 5
3.2 Expenditures: Where does the money go? ....................................................................... 8

Consultation and Selection.................................................................................................................. 11


4.1 STIP Development Process .............................................................................................. 10
4.2 Consistency with State Transportation Plan ................................................................... 16
4.3 Regional Coordination .................................................................................................... 16
4.3.1 SAFETEA-LU to Map-21 ........................................................................................ 17
4.3.2 Administrative Modifications and Amendments ................................................. 18

Public Involvement and Outreach ....................................................................................................... 22

Environmental Justice and Title VI ...................................................................................................... 25


6.1 Regulations and Policies .................................................................................................. 25
6.2 STIP Project Location Analysis ......................................................................................... 28
6.2.1 DC Demographic Data .......................................................................................... 30
6.2.2 Analyzed Affected Population Index .................................................................... 31
6.2.3 Tabulation of Projects in/near EJ Communities ................................................... 33

Air Quality Conformity......................................................................................................................... 40

Financially Constrained 2015-2021 STIP ............................................................................................. 42

Appendix A: Sample Project Intake Form


Appendix B: Project List and Maps
Appendix C: moveDC Title VI Population Index Analysis
Appendix D: District Projects Included in the FY 2015-2012 STIP
Appendix E: WMATA/TPB/EFLHD TIP Sheets

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List of Tables
Table 1: Funding by Year ............................................................................................................................... 4
Table 2: Total Population over Time ........................................................................................................... 31
Table 3: Demographic Data in 2012............................................................................................................ 31
Table 4: Projects Located in Tracts Using 0.25-mile and 0.50-mile Project Buffers ................................... 34
Table 5: Financial Summary by Project Type .............................................................................................. 43
Table 6: Definitions of District Project Types shown in Table 6.................................................................. 44

List of Figures
Figure 1: Funding by Year.............................................................................................................................. 4
Figure 2: FY 2015-2021 Capital Funding Sources .......................................................................................... 5
Figure 3: FY 2015-2021 Funding by FHWA Funding Codes ........................................................................... 6
Figure 4: Funding in FY 2015-2021 STIP by Project Category ....................................................................... 8
Figure 5: STIP Development Process Flowchart.......................................................................................... 12
Figure 6: District Census Tract by Title VI Population Index Category ........................................................ 35
Figure 7: Locations of STIP Projects with Respect to Census Tracts ........................................................... 36
Figure 8: Number of STIP Projects in each Tract Using 0.25-mile Project Buffer ....................................... 37
Figure 9: Number of STIP Projects in each Tract Using 0.50-mile Project Buffer ....................................... 38

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1.0 Introduction
The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is the State Department of Transportation for the
District of Columbia. DDOT is responsible for managing the transportation infrastructure, improving
quality of life, and ensuring compliance for federal requirements as a state DOT. In light of DDOTs
mission to develop and maintain a cohesive, sustainable transportation system that delivers safe,
affordable, and convenient ways to move people and goods, while protecting and enhancing the
natural, environmental, and cultural resources of the District and in compliance of federal government
regulations, DDOT has prepared the FY 2015-2021 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP).
All states and the District of Columbia are federally mandated to produce a STIP as a part of the Code of
Federal Regulations (CFR) US Title 23 (Highways).1 By definition, a STIP is a statewide prioritized funding
program of transportation projects that is consistent with the long-range statewide transportation
plan. 2 The STIP is a federally required program that identifies capital projects to be eligible for federal
funding.
DDOTs STIP covers a seven year period to accommodate the National Capital Regions Transportation
Improvement Program (TIP) and the Districts Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The TIP covers FY
2015 to FY 2020 and the Districts CIP covers FY 2016 to FY 2021. Both the TIP and CIP are further
explained in the document.
Additionally, the STIP lists all federally funded and regionally significant highway, public transit, bicycle,
pedestrian, and freight related projects. Pursuant to 23 CFR 450.104, a regionally significant project
means a transportation project that is on a facility which serves regional transportation needs and
would normally be included in the modeling of a metropolitan areas transportation network, including
at a minimum all principal arterial highways and all fixed guide way transit facilities that offer an
alternative to regional highway travel. The STIP does not include projects that are 100 percent locally

Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Section 450.216.


The Districts long-range transportation plan, adopted in 2015, is known as moveDC. The moveDC plan sets the
25-year vision for the transportation system in Washington, DC and will be used to guide future investment. The
moveDC plan can be found here: http://www.wemovedc.org/index2.html.

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funded that address local transportation needs and are not regionally significant (these projects are
included in the Districts Capital Budget process).
The STIP is fiscally constrained and updated annually in order to adapt to changing situations and
budgetary needs within the District. According to 23 CFR 450.104, financially constrained or fiscal
constraint means that the metropolitan transportation plan, TIP, and STIP includes sufficient financial
information for demonstrating that projects in the metropolitan transportation plan, TIP, and STIP can
be implemented using committed, available, or reasonably available revenue sources, with reasonable
assurance that the federally supported transportation system is being adequately operated and
maintained. For the TIP and the STIP, financial constraint/fiscal constraint applies to each program year.
Finally, as part of the continuing transportation planning process for the development of the STIP, the
District regularly provides opportunities for the public to offer input on the transportation projects and
priorities identified in the program. Furthermore, DDOT is continuously improving the STIP to reflect a
streamlined and cooperative STIP development process that reflects the needs of the residents and
businesses, demonstrates on-time delivery, and incorporates the Districts long-range goals.

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2.0 Statement of Self-Certification

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3.0 Financial Plan and Resources


DDOTs budget is approved and allocated in the District of Columbias budget process. The District of
Columbia Mayor works with the departments to create a budget that is submitted to the District City
Council. After Council approves the Annual Budget, it is submitted to the United States Congress and
the President for approval. Once approved by Congress and the President, the District is able to
implement its budget. DDOTs adopted budget includes a one-year operating budget and a six-year
capital budget for transportation projects.
DDOTs capital planning process updates the Constrained Long Range Plan (CLRP), TIP, and STIP and is
informed by existing plans and goals set by the Mayor as well as known safety and asset preservation
priorities. This section summarizes DDOTs STIP program, detailing the total STIP budget and illustrating
where the money comes from and where it goes (See Section 4.3 Regional Coordination for more
information on the CLRP and TIP.)
The funding reflected in Table 1 and represented graphically in Figure 1 shows that in FY 2015-2021,
DDOT plans to obligate $2.5 billion for the STIP program.

Table 1 & Figure 1| Funding by Year


Funding by Year (in thousands)
FY 15

FY 16

FY 17

FY 18

FY 19

FY 20

FY 21

FY 2015-2021

$358,994

$435,128

$416,395

$399,361

$392,790

$278,199

$250,931

$2,531,798

$450,000,000
$400,000,000
$350,000,000
$300,000,000
$250,000,000
$200,000,000
$150,000,000
$100,000,000
$50,000,000
$-

FY 15

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FY 17

FY 18

FY 19

FY 20

FY 21

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3.1.

Sources: Where does the money come from?

DDOT receives funding for projects from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The Districts
Local Highway Trust Fund

(LHTF) provides the required participating match to the federally-assisted

projects. Other transportation projects are funded through a variety of sources that include the Federal
Transit Administration (FTA), Local/District Funds, and other funding sources, such as private sources.
FHWA/LHTF funds account for 61% of the Districts STIP, as shown in Figure 2. FHWA/LHTF funds are
subdivided into funding codes that are based on the new MAP-21 legislation. Figure 3 illustrates federal
funding by FHWA funding code. As shown in Figure 3, the National Highway Performance Program
(NHPP) is the largest federal funding program in the STIP, funding almost $900 million of regionally
significant projects. The next largest federal funding program is the Surface Transportation Program
(STP), funding approximately $450 million of regionally significant projects in the STIP.

Figure 2 | FY 2015-2021 Capital Funding Sources

Other
17%

District Funds
21%

Title I FHWA &


Local Highway
Trust Fund
61%

Title III - FTA


0.15%

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Figure 3 | FY 2015-2021 Funding by FHWA Funding Codes

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ)


Demonstration Funding (DEMO)
National Highway Performance Program (NHPP)
Safe Routes to School Program (SRTS)
State Planning & Research Program (SPR)
Surface Transportation Program (STP)
Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
$-

$200,000,000

$400,000,000

$600,000,000

$800,000,000

$1,000,000,000

Descriptions of the funding sources are provided below:


Federal Funding Programs
The National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) is the largest federal funding program in the STIP.
The NHPP provides support for the condition and performance of the National Highway System (NHS),
for the construction of new facilities on the NHS, and to ensure that investments of Federal-aid funds in
highway construction are directed to support progress toward the achievement of performance targets
established in a State's asset management plan for the NHS.
The Surface Transportation Program (STP) is the second largest federal funding program in the STIP. The
STP provides flexible funding that may be used by States and localities for projects on any Federal-aid
highway, including the NHS, bridge projects on any public road, transit capital projects, and intracity and
intercity bus terminals and facilities. Projects that are funded by STP include major arterials and roadway
reconstruction projects.
The Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) is a federal funding program that helps to achieve a
significant reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads, including non-Stateowned public roads and roads on tribal lands. District projects funded by HSIP include Safety and Traffic
Data Collection projects, typically conducted by DDOTs Traffic Operations Administration.

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The State Planning and Research Program (SPR) funds States' statewide transportation planning and
research activities.
Demonstration (DEMO) funds are authorized and appropriated by Congress to fund priority or special
interest projects. There are very few projects in the STIP that will utilize DEMO funds. Transportation
projects that are funded through DEMO funds include the Metropolitan Branch Trail and South Capitol
Street Bridge.
The Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) is available for transportation
projects that contribute to air quality improvements and provide congestion mitigation.
The Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) provides funding for programs and projects defined as
transportation alternatives, including on- and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities; infrastructure
projects for improving non-driver access to public transportation and enhanced mobility; community
improvement activities; environmental mitigation; recreational trail program projects; Safe Routes to
School (SRTS) projects; and projects for planning, designing, or constructing boulevards and other
roadways largely in the right-of-way of former Interstate System routes or other divided highways.
Other Significant Sources
Other funding sources for transportation capital projects include private developer funds and Grant
Anticipation Revenue Vehicles (Garvee Bonds), which are issued as securities in anticipation of a federalaid grant.
District Funds, also known as local funds in the STIP, are reserved for Regionally Significant Projects and
projects that affect Air Quality Conformity. An example of a regionally significant project that is funded
with District Funds would be DC Streetcar.

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3.2.

Expenditures: Where does the money go?

Figure 4 shows how funding is spent by Project Category within the District, followed by descriptions of
each of the categories.

Figure 4 | Funding in FY 2015-2021 STIP by Project Category


$1,400,000,000.00
$1,200,000,000.00
$1,000,000,000.00
$800,000,000.00
$600,000,000.00
$400,000,000.00
$200,000,000.00
$-

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Project Categories

Major Multimodal Improvement: Improvements to a key


transportation corridor, typically addressing travel by a mix of modes
(including transit, auto, bicycle, and pedestrian), operations, safety,
curbside uses, and public space quality. Costs for projects in this
category are generally $10 million or more.

Streetscape/Public Space Improvement: Improvements to or within a


roadway corridor that also address travel by multiple modes, safety,
parking/curbside uses, and public space quality. Costs for projects in
this category are generally less than $10 million.

Transit Improvement: Improvements to transit facilities, including


upgrades to transit stops and stations as well as the purchase of
transit vehicles. New transit (streetcar) lines are generally included in
the Major Multimodal Improvement category.

Bridge/Tunnel Improvement: Improvements to bridges and tunnels.


Major bridge and tunnel improvements are generally included in the
Major Multimodal Improvement category.

Safety: Improvements to enhance pedestrian, bicycle, and motor


vehicle safety, including safety studies, audits, and reviews.

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Bicycle/Pedestrian Improvement: Improvements to bicycle and


pedestrian facilities, including new or upgraded trails, sidewalks, bicycle
lanes, and bicycle storage facilities. Generally, improvements to bicycle
and pedestrian crossings of roads are included in the Safety
Improvement category.

Stormwater/Other Infrastructure Improvements: Improvements to


enhance drainage and flood prevention, stormwater collection and
treatment, as well as other transportation-related infrastructure such as
Intelligent Transportation Systems including electronics,
communications, or information processing to improve the efficiency or
safety of the surface transportation system.

Asset Management Improvements: Improvements to upgrade and


maintain transportation assets including roadway pavement,
streetlights, traffic signals, and signal systems.

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/Administrative: Includes planning studies,


program management, as well as administrative functions such as Civil Rights
compliance, training, emissions reduction programs, etc.

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4.0 Consultation and Selection


4.1.

STIP Development Process

The current STIP development process for the FY 2015-2021 STIP includes improvements to the annual
Call for Projects; a new project update/solicitation methodology; a 30-day public comment period,
including two public forums; as well as a new STIP webpage on DDOTs website where the FY 2015-2021
Draft Projects List is posted along with public comments received and responses to the comments. The
Draft FY 2015-2021 STIP and the Final Approved FY 2015-2021 STIP will also be posted once completed.
Figure 5 STIP Development Flowchart, illustrates the STIP development process. Additionally, the
process for development of the Draft FY 2015-2021 Draft Projects List/STIP is outlined below:

Project Identification The Districts STIP is created with multiple inputs that are used to
determine projects to be included in its STIP. These inputs include: 1) Existing
Commitments/Initiatives; 2) P r o j e c t Recommendations from Systems Plans and Studies;
3) Other Projects; and 4) Asset Management (General Maintenance). DDOT uses
information, recommendations and advice from all of these sources to determine which
projects and priorities are included in the STIP. Currently, a public participation component
is included in each individual project, plan study, as well as through the Districts budget
process. DDOT also solicits public input through two DDOT-hosted public forums and the
Metropolitan Washington

Transportation

Planning

Boards

(TPB)

Transportation

Improvement Program (TIP) public comment period.

DDOT Internal Call for Projects DDOT has an annual call for projects during which program
and project managers have an opportunity to submit identified needs in their area of
responsibility for the Districts transportation network. The 2014 Call for Projects was
conducted in two phases: Phase 1: Call for updates of projectrelated information for
existing projects; and Phase 2: Call for new projects. Both phases were conducted over two
week periods. This new process enabled DDOT Policy, Planning, and Sustainability
Administration (PPSA) staff to produce a draft FY 2015 2021 Obligation Plan (a seven-year
program for initiating projects) and to identify when/where or if the program can
accommodate any new projects prior to conducting a solicitation for new projects.

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Figure 5 | STIP Development Process Flowchart

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Phase 1: Call for Updates of Project-related Information for Existing Projects (July 7 21)
Each DDOT Administration was asked to coordinate the review/update of project-related
information including: Project Name, Funding Amounts, Phases and Funding Sources,
Completion Dates, Facility Name, Project Limits and Project Descriptions. The previously
approved FY 2014-2020 Obligation Plan was balanced (within DDOTs anticipated Obligation
ceiling- anticipated federal aid that is expected to be received for each program year); and
was as a source of information to aid project managers in maintaining fiscal constraint in
development of the Draft FY 2015-2021 Projects List. In an effort to maintain fiscal
constraint, any/all requests for increases/decreases in funding subject to the appropriate
DDOT Associate Directors approval.
Phase 2 Call for New Projects (August 4 August 15)
Each Administration was asked to coordinate the submission of projectrelated information
for all new projects. The process to request new projects required the completion of a new
project intake form (See Appendix A).

Draft Project List The Initial draft project list includes projects planned for implementation
over a seven-year period with the expectation of receiving federal funding or projects of
regional significance

Prioritization The projects are categorized into core and competitive groupings. The
core projects are those that DDOT must perform to realize its mission. Core projects are
legally required or fundamental, ongoing operational elements of the department. The
competitive projects are not legally required or fundamental, ongoing operational elements
of the department and must compete for department resources. Representatives from
across DDOT, including Executive Staff, Senior Management and Project Managers
participate in the ranking of projects, within each category, based on established criteria.
This year, for the first time, project ranking is based on goals as identified in the moveDC
planning process.
Overall, Implementation of a two-phase approach for the DDOTs 2014 call for projects
enhanced the ranking/prioritization phase of development of the Districts Draft FY 20152021 Projects List/STIP. Specifically, the new process included the following steps:

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Providing Project Managers with the approved prioritized and fiscally constrained FY

2014-2020 Project List to serve as a guide for requesting project-related updates


following the closing of Phase 1 (Existing Projects) of the 2014 Call for Projects.
o

Preparing Draft Project Tables highlighting requested changes.

Adding moveDC ranking fields including, moveDC Tier, moveDC Project Category and
moveDC Project Type to the Draft 2015-2021 Obligation Summary Table.
Producing Tables summarizing Requested Obligations, Change from funding amount

in approved FY 2014-2020 Projects List; Highlighting Target Obligation Ceiling


Funding Amounts by program year; and highlighting available funding amounts
Preparing tables summarizing Federal Obligation by DDOT Administration; Federal

Obligation Targets by Administration; and Federal Obligation Reductions needed by


DDOT Administration.

Programming In the programming phase, DDOT identifies the source of funding for each
project and staggering all the needs identified in the call for projects, studies, and ongoing
commitments into a sevenyear program. This part of the process ensures DDOT did not
over commit any one type of federal funds and to ensure that we have enough funding in
any given fiscal year.

Public Participation Upon completion of the Draft Project List for FY 2015-2021, DDOT
issued a press release and sent blast emails to moveDC and transportation listservs
providing information about the STIP process, soliciting comments on the project list, and
advertising
meetings.

public
The Draft

Project List as well as


general information was
posted on the DDOT
website
(http://ddot.dc.gov/page
/state-transportationimprovement-program),
and

DDOT

held

two

public meetings to solicit

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public feedback on the transportation projects proposed for inclusion in the FY 2015-2021
STIP.
At the meetings, DDOT presented the Draft FY 2015-2021 Project List, including data on the
type of project, project funding, and the estimated project schedule. In addition, maps
showing the projects by Ward and Project Category were available for review (see Appendix
B). The public is currently involved in the TPBs 30-day comment period after the CLRP and
TIP is drafted. In addition to utilizing the TPBs public involvement process, DDOT will post
the interim FY 2015-2021 STIP and responses, if any received from the TPBs public
comment period on DDOTs website.

Final Draft Project List The final draft project list includes projects programmed for
implementation over a seven-year period with the expectation of receiving federal funding.
The STIP also includes regionally significant projects that may not be federally funded. A
regionally significant project is generally defined as a facility which serves regional
transportation needs. These projects are then submitted to the Transportation Planning
Boards annual Call for Projects. Projects are submitted in two stages. The first project
submission occurred in December and included projects which affect air quality conformity;
the second project submission was for those projects that do not affect air quality
conformity. Transportation planning in the Washington region is heavily influenced by air
quality planning. Like fiscal constraint, air quality conformity is a federal requirement. Once
the Regional Constrained Long Range Plan (CLRP) and Transportation Improvement Plan
(TIP) are drafted, they are tested to ensure that the projects in the plan, when considered
collectively, contribute to the air quality improvement goals embodied in the Clean Air Act
Amendments of 1990.

Submit List to TPB The Final Project List as described above is submitted to the TPB. The
TPBs public participation process for the TIP augments DDOTs public participation process
for the STIP, in order to comply with federal public participation regulations. This process
includes: releasing project submissions for a thirty-day public comment period along with
the draft Scope of Work for the Air Quality Conformity Assessment, conducting an air quality
conformity assessment of the TIP which includes projects from the District, Maryland, and
Virginia; releasing the draft conformity assessment for a thirty-day public comment period;

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followed by approval of the region Constrained Long Range Plan (CLRP) and TIP in July for
inclusion in the TIP.

Submit List to Mayor and Federal Administrative Partners The final project list is
submitted by the Mayor as a part of the Mayors Capital Budget Process to City Council for
approval. This step allows for the public to comment on the project list at the Council
hearing or in writing. Once the project list is submitted for review and the necessary
modifications have been made from public comments, The STIP document is then submitted
to FHWA and FTA for approval.

4.2.

Consistency with State Transportation Plan

The District of Columbias Multimodal Long-Range Plan, moveDC, establishes a long-term vision for the
transportation system in Washington, DC. The moveDC plan is intended to be a starting point for
coordinated transportation investments for the District for the next twenty-five years. It presents
needed and realistic multimodal transportation investments and policy concepts that help achieve the
goals established as part of the planning process, which include Sustainability and Health; Citywide
Mobility; Neighborhood Connectivity; Safety and Security; Public Space; and Preservation. The Districts
FY 2015-2021 STIP is a short-range, fiscally-constrained, prioritized set of transportation projects
developed in accordance with moveDC.

4.3.

Regional Coordination

The current District of Columbia STIP is developed in conjunction with the National Capital Region
Transportation Planning Boards (TPB) Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The TPB is the
Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Metropolitan Washington region. The MPOs region
consists of the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. The regions TIP is a six-year program that is
updated on a two-year cycle, with administrative modifications and amendments as required.
The TIP includes all federally funded and regionally significant highway, public transit, bicycle,
pedestrian, and freight related projects. Transportation projects that impact air quality conformity and
projects that are listed in the STIP are both included in the TIP. Additionally, the TIP includes all
regionally significant projects that the states and other jurisdictions in the region have approved and are
intending to implement over the next six years. The projects in the TIP are staged over several years in
various phases. Any project included in the TIP or STIP must also be included in the Constrained Long
Range Plan (CLRP), the regions long range plan that includes all regionally significant transportation

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projects and programs that are planned in the Washington metropolitan area spanning between 2012
and 2040.
A project that is regionally significant means a transportation project that is on a facility which serves
regional transportation needs and would normally be included in the modeling of the metropolitan
areas transportation network. 3 At a minimum, this includes all principal arterial highways and all fixed
guideway transit facilities that offer a significant alternative to regional highway travel. Much like the
TIP, the CLRP is jointly developed by governmental agencies represented in the Washington
Metropolitan Region. In this region, the District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT), the
Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), and the Virginia Department of Transportation each
provide project descriptions and funding information for development of the regional TIP and CLRP.

4.3.1. SAFETEA-LU to Map-21


The TPB approved the TIP July 18, 2012 under provisions of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, and Efficient
Transportation Equity Act A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA- LU) of 2005; a surface transportation bill that
stemmed from two landmark bills, the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA)
and the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21st), this includes the responsibility for
developing and carrying out a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning
process for the Washington Metropolitan Area. The TPB prepared the FY 2013-2018 TIP under SAFETEALU, which expired on October 1, 2012. This became the TPBs sixth TIP prepared under SAFETEA-LU, and
it was developed according to the final metropolitan planning regulations issued by the Federal Highway
Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) on February 14, 2007. 4
Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) is the new legislation that was passed on July 6,
2012 and supercedes SAFETEA-LU. A major emphasis of MAP-21 is on a performance based process. In
general, the statewide transportation plan and STIP must include consideration of the National Level
Performance Measures and targets. More specifically, states must include in their statewide
transportation plan an assessment of how MPOs are achieving progress towards performance targets in
their regions. Both future STIP and TIPs must be developed to demonstrate that progress is being made

3
4

Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 23, Section 450.104 Pg. 92, 2013
Transportation Planning Board, FY 2013-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

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towards the established performance targets and include a description of the anticipated
achievements. 5

4.3.2. Administrative Modifications and Amendments


The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB) has established procedures for
processing revisions to its Financially-Constrained Long-Range Transportation Plan (CLRP) and
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) as detailed below. A revision is a change to the CLRP or TIP
that occurs between scheduled annual CLRP and bi-annual TIP updates. A minor revision is an
administrative modification and a major revision is an amendment. These procedures are in accordance
with the US DOT planning regulations at 23 CFR 450.
According to 23 CFR 450.326: TIP Revisions and Relationship to the STIP, the regional TIP projects must
be included without change in a federally approved state transportation improvement program (STIP) in
order for them to receive federal funding. In this region, the District of Columbia Department of
Transportation (DDOT), the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), and the Virginia
Department of Transportation (VDOT) each provide the project descriptions and funding information for
the development of the regional TIP and CLRP. Each DOT has adopted procedures for revising its STIP.
When it becomes necessary for a DOT to revise the project information in the TIP, its procedures must
be consistent with the TPB procedures for revising its regional TIP.
These TPB procedures are based upon the procedures adopted by DDOT, MDOT, and VDOT as of
December 1, 2007. These procedures were adopted by the TPB on January 16, 2008. Modifications to
these procedures will require approval by the TPB.
DEFINITIONS
A. Administrative Modifications are minor changes to a project included in the CLRP, TIP, or STIP
that do the following:
1. Revise a project description without changing the project scope or conflicting with the
environmental document;

http://map21.transportation.org/Documents/SCOPM%20Performance%20Management%20Analysis%20and%20S
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2. Revise the funding amount listed for a projects phases subject to the applicable
definition of the funding limitations adopted by DDOT, MDOT, and VDOT for their
respective STIPs.

For projects to be included in the DDOT STIP, the additional funding is limited to
20% of the project cost.

3. Change the source of funds;


4. Change a project lead agency;
5. Splits or combines individually listed projects, as long as cost, schedule, and scope
remain unchanged;
6. Changes required information for grouped project (lump sum) listings; or,
7. Adds or deletes projects from grouped project (lump sum) listings as long as the funding
amounts stay within the guidelines in number two above.
An Administrative Modification can be processed in accordance with these procedures provided
that:

B.

It does not affect the air quality conformity determination;

It does not impact financial constraint; and

It does not require public review and comment.

Amendments are major changes to a project included in the CLRP, TIP, or STIP that are not
Administrative Modifications. An Amendment is a modification to the TIP or STIP that:
1. Affects financial constraint;
2. Affects air quality conformity regardless of the cost of the project or the funding source;
3. Adds or deletes a project or project phase;
4. Increases or decreases an existing project phase greater than 20% of the total project
budget;
5. Involves a major change in the scope of work to a project(s) that would trigger air
quality conformity reevaluation, or result in a revised total project cost greater than 20%
of the total project budget. A major change could include a major change that alters the
original project intent. Examples include a change in capacity or an increase or decrease
in project termini of more than 10 percent of the total length of the project.

PROCEDURES

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When it becomes necessary for a DOT to revise the information for a project in the CLRP or TIP, the
agency will review the type of changes to the project and determine if it can be processed by the TPB as
an administrative modification or an amendment. The DOT will then submit the project changes to the
TPB and request that it take the appropriate action to approve either a project administrative
modification or a project amendment.
A. Administrative Modifications
The TPB has delegated approval of CLRP and TIP project administrative modifications to the
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) Director of Transportation
Planning. Requests for CLRP and TIP project administrative modifications are submitted to the
Director or his or designee. The requests will be reviewed and those meeting the definition of
administrative modification will be approved and forwarded to the requesting implementing
agency. All TPB approved requests for CLRP and TIP project administrative modifications will be
posted on the TPB web site. Once approved by the appropriate state DOT, the administrative
modification will be incorporated into the STIP and no federal action will be required.
B. Amendments
Requests for CLRP and TIP project amendments will be submitted to the Chairman of the TPB.
The requests will be reviewed by TPB staff and those meeting the definition of an amendment
will be presented to the TPB Steering Committee. The Steering Committee will consider and be
asked to approve project amendments that are non-regionally significant. Under the TPB
Bylaws, the Steering Committee shall have the full authority to approve non-regionally
significant items, and in such cases it shall advise the TPB of its action. The Steering Committee
will consider and place all other project amendments on the TPB agenda for consideration and
approval after meeting the applicable US DOT planning regulations for CLRP and TIP
amendments.
All TPB approved requests for CLRP and TIP project amendments will be forwarded to the
requesting DOT, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the Federal Transit
Administration (FTA) and posted on the TPB web site. Once the TPB amendment is approved by
the requesting DOT, the DOT will forward the amendment to FHWA and FTA for federal
approval. After approval by FHWA and FTA, the amendment will be incorporated into the DOTs
STIP. The FHWA and FTA approval will be addressed to the DOT with copies to the TPB.

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DISPUTE RESOLUTION
If a question arises on the interpretation of the definition of an amendment, the TPB, the requesting
DOT, FHWA and FTA (the parties) will consult with each other to resolve the question. If after
consultation, the parties disagree on the definition of what constitutes an amendment, the final decision
will rest with the FTA for transit projects and FHWA for highway projects.

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5.0 Public Involvement and Outreach


Upon completion of the Draft Project List for FY 2015-2021, DDOT issued a press release and sent blast
emails to agency listservs providing information about the STIP process, soliciting comments on the
project list, and advertising public meetings. The Draft Project List and other general information was
posted on DDOTs website (http://ddot.dc.gov/page/state-transportation-improvement-program), and
DDOT held two public meetings to solicit public feedback on the transportation projects proposed for
inclusion in the FY 2015-2021 STIP.
At the meetings, DDOT presented the Draft FY 2015-2021 Project List, including data on the type of
project, project funding, and the estimated project schedule. In addition, maps showing the projects by
Ward and Project Category were available for review (see Appendix B). A presentation was given
providing an overview of the STIP and how it was developed, followed by a brief question and answer
session and opportunities for individual comment on feedback.
The public meetings were held at
the following times and locations:
December 2, 2014, 6:30 8:30 pm
Petworth Neighborhood Library
4200 Kansas Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20011
December 3, 2014, 6:30 8:30 pm
Department of Employment Services
4058 Minnesota Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20019

Citizens were invited to in at any time during the meetings to discuss the projects and their concerns.
Attendees received preprinted Title VI questionnaires and STIP comment sheets designed to gauge their
support of the projects, elicit input on issues or concerns regarding projects, and raise any additional
comments or concerns.

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The meeting sign-in sheets indicated that at least 12 citizens attended the meeting on December 2nd and
at least 16 citizens attended the meeting on December 3rd. Citizens were invited to provide their
comments on the Draft Project List by any of several avenues by December 19, 2014:

The

preprinted

comment

sheets

provided at the meeting could be filled


out and either deposited in a box at
the meeting or mailed to the address
indicated on the sheet.

Citizens could complete the online


survey at the meeting using one of two
laptop computer terminals.

Emails

could

be

sent

to DCSTIP@parsons.com.

The

comment

sheet

could

be

completed online at
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DC
STIPComments.
During the public comment period for the
Draft Project List, 131 comments were
received via Survey Monkey online surveys,
handwritten comment sheets, and emails (note that two respondents completed both a survey and sent
an email with the same comments so they were only counted once).
Generally the comments received were related to project timing; support or opposition for projects;
project scoping and coordination; and nonSTIP items (non regionally significant locally funded
projects).

The

comments

received

can

be

viewed

on

the

DDOT

STIP

website

at:

(http://ddot.dc.gov/page/statetransportationimprovementprogram).

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DDOT has considered the comments in formulating the final STIP. The comments received did not result
in additions or subtractions to the STIP at this time. DDOT will incorporate the comments in any project
related activities going forward.

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6.0 Environmental Justice and Title VI


6.1.

Regulations and Policies

Executive Order (EO) 12898, Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations
and Low-Income Populations, states that each Federal agency shall make achieving environmental
justice part of its mission by identifying and addressing, as appropriate, disproportionately high and
adverse human health or environmental effects of its programs, policies, and activities on minority
populations and low-income populations. The US Department of Transportations most recent order
on implementing environmental justice (EJ) requirements (DOT Order 5610.2(a), issued May 2, 2012)
states that:
It is the policy of DOT to promote the principles of environmental justice (as embodied
in the Executive Order) through the incorporation of those principles in all DOT
programs, policies, and activities. This will be done by fully considering environmental
justice principles throughout planning and decision-making processes in the
development of programs, policies, and activities, using the principles of the National
Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title
VI), the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of
1970, as amended, (URA), the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation
Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (Public Law 109-59; SAFETEA-LU) and other DOT
statutes, regulations and guidance that address or affect infrastructure planning and
decision-making; social, economic, or environmental matters; public health; and
public involvement. [emphasis added]
The FHWA implemented the DOT order via FHWA Order 6640.23A, FHWA Actions to Address
Environmental Justice in Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations (June 14, 2012). The order
provides methods to comply with existing applicable regulations and requirements as well as
administering FHWAs governing statutes so as to identify and avoid discrimination and
disproportionately high and adverse effects on minority populations and low-income populations. The
highlighted phrases in the USDOT order planning and decision-making processes in the development of
programs, policies, and activities and address or affect infrastructure planning and decision-making
would apply to a Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Therefore, an assessment of
environmental justice would be required under the DOT order. In addition, the joint FHWA/FTA

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guidance Implementing Title VI Requirements in Metropolitan and Statewide Planning (October, 1999)
includes discussion of Title VI compliance, including EJ compliance, as a part of the planning certification
review process of STIPs.
EO 13166 Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited English Proficiency directs federal
agencies to examine the services they provide, identify any need for services to those with limited
English proficiency (LEP), and develop and implement a system to provide those services so LEP persons
can have meaningful access to them. As a part of EO 13166, the Department of Justice issued guidance
on implementing the LEP regulations because of the inherent connection between Title VI barring of
discrimination based on national origin and EO 13166.
EO 12898 did not define minority populations or low-income populations, nor did it define other terms
used in the EO, such as disproportionately high and adverse. These and other definitions were
included in the policies and guidance developed by each federal agency pursuant to the EO and are
consistent with the federal Office of Management and Budgets standards for classification of race and
ethnicity; the Memorandum of Understanding on Environmental Justice signed by heads of federal
agencies on August 4, 2011; and guidance developed by the Interagency Working Group on
Environmental Justice established by the EO. The definitions listed in the box below are included in the
DOT and FHWA Orders.
DEFINITIONS:
Minority: A person who is: (1) Black: a person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa;
(2) Hispanic or Latino: a person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, or other
Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race; (3) Asian American: a person having origins in any of the
original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent; (4) American Indian and
Alaskan Native: a person having origins in any of the original people of North America, South America
(including Central America), and who maintains cultural identification through tribal affiliation or
community recognition; or (5) Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander: a person having origins in any
of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands.
Minority population: Any readily identifiable groups of minority persons who live in geographic
proximity, and if circumstances warrant, geographically dispersed/transient persons (such as migrant
workers or Native Americans) who will be similarly affected by a proposed FHWA program, policy, or
activity.
Low income: A person whose median household income is at or below the Department of Health and

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Human Services poverty guidelines.


Low-income population: Any readily identifiable group of low-income persons who live in geographic
proximity, and, if circumstances warrant, geographically dispersed/transient persons (such as migrant
workers or Native Americans) who will be similarly affected by a proposed FHWA program, policy, or
activity.
Adverse Effects: The totality of significant individual or cumulative human health or environmental
effects, including interrelated social and economic effects, which may include, but are not limited to:
bodily impairment, infirmity, illness, or death; air, noise, and water pollution and soil contamination;
destruction or disruption of human-made or natural resources; destruction or diminution of aesthetic
values; destruction or disruption of community cohesion or a community's economic vitality;
destruction or disruption of the availability of public and private facilities and services; vibration;
adverse employment effects; displacement of persons, businesses, farms, or nonprofit organizations;
increased traffic congestion, isolation, exclusion, or separation of minority or low-income individuals
within a given community or from the broader community; and the denial of, reduction in, or significant
delay in the receipt of, benefits of FHWA programs, policies, or activities.
Disproportionately High and Adverse Effect on Minority and Low-Income Populations: An adverse
effect that: (1) is predominately borne by a minority population and/or a low-income population; or (2)
will be suffered by the minority population and/or low-income population and is appreciably more
severe or greater in magnitude than the adverse effect that will be suffered by the nonminority
population and/or non-low-income population.
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI) is a federal law prohibiting discrimination based on race,
color, or national origin in federally assisted programs. Title VI is codified at 42 U.S.C. 2000d, et. seq.,
and states that No person in the United States, shall on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be
excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any
program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Several related statutes (Section 162(a) of
the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1973, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973 along with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 as amended
(disability)) also contain additional prohibitions under the purview of the Title VI program, addressing
discrimination based on age, gender, and disability. DDOT is a recipient of federal financial assistance
and is therefore required to comply with various non-discrimination laws and regulations, including Title
VI.

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DDOTs Title VI policy is to assure that no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin,
gender, age, or disability as provided in Title VI and related statutes, be excluded from participation in,
denied the benefits of, or otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for which
DDOT receives or has received federal financial assistance. Specific discriminatory practices that are
prohibited include but are not limited to: denying an individual any service, financial aid, or benefit
provided under the program to which he or she might otherwise be entitled; making distinctions in the
quality, quantity, or manner in which the service or benefit is provided; or segregating or separately
treating individuals in any matter related to the receipt of any service, aid, or benefit on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
To the greatest extent allowed by law, DDOT ensures equity in its administration, programs, and policies
that affect human health and the environment so as to identify and avoid disproportionately high and
adverse impacts on minority and low-income populations. In addition, DDOT promotes meaningful
access to services for persons with limited English proficiency.
DDOT further assures that every effort will be made to ensure nondiscrimination in all of its programs
and activities, whether those programs are federally funded or not.
In the event that DDOT distributes Federal funds to another entity, DDOT will include Title VI language in
all written agreements and will monitor for compliance.
The Federal Highway Administration, in accordance with Title 23 of the Code of Federal Regulations
(CFR) 23 CFR 200.9, requires the District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT) to prepare a
Title VI Plan clarifying the roles, responsibilities, and procedures for assuring compliance with Title VI
and related regulations and directives.
The Federal Transit Administration, in accordance with Title VI; Title 49, Chapter 53, Section 5332 of the
United States Code and the Federal Transit Administrations Circular 4702.1A, requires DDOT to prepare
a Title VI Program clarifying the roles, responsibilities, and procedures for assuring compliance with Title
VI and related regulations and directives.

6.2.

STIP Project Location Analysis

With respect to transportation infrastructure and services, EJ encompasses environmental, racial,


ethnic, and social awareness, while Title VI and its related statues ensure nondiscrimination based on
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the projects and services included in the STIP provide benefits to the full range of targeted populations
and also do not impose undue burdens on any of these populations. In addition, it seeks to ensure that
EJ and Title VI protected communities are provided full opportunities to participate in the planning
process through public participation and outreach strategies. Many of the projects in the STIP were
subjected to separate studies that include extensive public participation with a focus on EJ and Title VI
protected communities. A large number of STIP projects were also derived from moveDC, the Districts
recently completed long-range transportation planning process; moveDC also incorporated an extensive
public participation process with a focus on EJ and Title VI protected communities.
The review of the STIP's final Draft Project List also included an active focus on the inclusion of EJ
communities.

A public meeting to review the proposed STIP projects was held at the District

Department of Employment Services (DDOES) on Minnesota Avenue, NE; this location provides multimodal access to Wards 7 and 8, which are characterized by relatively high percentages of minority and
lower-income residents. A public meeting was also held at Petworth Library; this location has good
access to EJ and Title VI protected populations, such as the Hispanic populations that tend to be
concentrated in Wards 1 and 4. Both public meeting locations are shown in Figure 6. Advisory
Neighborhood Commission (ANC) representatives and liaisons, many of whom represent EJ and Title VI
protected communities, were included in all correspondence. Local blogs, community activist groups,
and neighborhood association groups were also included in all correspondence, ensuring maximum
participation from all groups and communities. Across all eight wards in the District, DDOT has also
participated in meetings at ANCs, local churches, and other locations to reach out to the EJ and Title VI
protected community.
DDOT supports a proactive public involvement process at all stages of planning and project
development. DDOTs Title VI program works collaboratively with the various Administrations in DDOT
to assist in planning, development, implementing, and monitoring of projects and activities to ensure
compliance with the Title VI regulations. Some of DDOTs Title VI special program areas include:
LEP/NEP (Limited English Proficient/Non-English Proficient) accommodations, education and training,
public involvement, data collection, environmental justice, and right-of-way.
DDOT views public involvement as an integral part of its decision-making process for its projects and
activities. In many cases, the degree of public involvement in the decision-making process can have a
direct effect on Title VI compliance. DDOTs performance standard for a proactive public involvement
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information, collaborative input on alternatives, evaluation criteria and mitigation needs, open public
meetings where matters related to federal-aid highway programs are being considered, and open access
to decision-making processes prior to closure. In this regard, DDOT adheres to a fairly planned
involvement process ensuring continuity of equity for all of its citizens. DDOTs process ensures
inclusion of EJ and Title VI protected communities to ensure that no one is overlooked or subjected to
disproportionately high or adverse effects regarding transportation-related activities.
DDOTs Public Involvement Plan (PIP) provides a process that ensures opportunities for public
participation at all phases of the transportation process, from planning to implementation. Early,
continuous interaction between community members and DDOT staff in the planning stage is crucial to
successfully identify and resolve potential community concerns, thus avoiding delays in the project
development stage.
When transportation projects have the potential to create adverse impacts on EJ and/or Title VI
protected communities, DDOT takes special efforts to contact and inform the communitys Citizen
Advisory Group (CAG) or Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) member of any upcoming
informational meetings and/or public hearings.

DDOTs public involvement process involves the

following:

Providing complete information about DDOTs activities;

Timely public notification;

Full access to key decision-makers;

Early and continuing involvement in the development of transportation plans and programs;

Outreach programs for all stakeholders;

Addressing Title VI and Environmental Justice provisions; and

Continuous interaction with ANCs and other community organizations regarding DDOTs project
plans.

The remainder of the discussion below describes the analysis methods utilized to identify the potential
benefits and burdens of the STIPs transportation infrastructure and services on target populations in
the District.

6.2.1. DC Demographic Data


Demographic data for the District were initially analyzed to assess the overall population in the District
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communities, and communities with elderly residents. Data products from the US Census Bureau were
used -- primarily the 2008-2012 American Community Survey (ACS) -- as it is the most recent and consistent
data set available. As the latest year included in this data set, 2012 was used for the analysis. In 2012, the
District's population was 605,759, reflecting an overall growth trend from a low point in 2000 (total
population over time is shown in Table 2).

Table 2 | Total Population over Time


Location

1980

1990

2000

2010

2012

Washington DC

638,333

606,900

572,059

601,767

605,759

Source: US Census Bureau: 1980, General Population Characteristics; 1990, Public Law 94-171 Data; 2000, 2010,
SF1; 2012, ACS, 2008-2012.

A summary of the number of persons with minority status, low-income status, and limited English proficiency
is included in Table 3. As can be seen, over 65 percent of the District's population is minority, and close to 20
percent is low-income. Less than 5 percent of the population (4.55%) has limited English proficiency,
meaning that they speak English "less than very well." More than 11 percent of the population is elderly, a
proportion that is generally similar to the proportions of those over 65 in neighboring Maryland and Virginia,
as well as the US as a whole.

Table 3 | Demographic Data in 2012

Location

Total
Population

Washington DC

605,759

Total

Total Low-

Total Limited

Aged 65 Years

Minorities

Income

English Proficiency

and Over

(Percent)

(Percent)*

(Percent)**

(Percent)

396,576
(65.47%)

105,606
(18.46%)

25,981
(4.55%)

69,045
(11.40%)

Source: US Census Bureau: ACS, 2008-2012.


Note: *Based on the population for whom poverty status is determined. **Based on the population aged 5 years
and over.

6.2.2. Analyzed Affected Population (AAP) Index


As described previously in this document, many of the projects included in the STIP were initially
identified and studied as part of the Districts extensive long-range transportation planning process
known as moveDC.

The moveDC effort identified potentially affected populations based on the

following four categories: race, national origin, income, and limited English proficiency. An Analyzed

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Affected Population (AAP) Index that is based on these four categories was reviewed as part of the
development of the STIP, and it was determined to be applicable for the STIP while also providing the
benefits of linking to and being consistent with the long-range transportation plan.
The AAP categories of protected communities, in summary, are as follows:
-

Minority (Race & Color) persons who describe themselves as not only white or white and
Hispanic;
National Origin persons born outside of the United States;
Low Income persons living below the poverty line; and
Persons with Limited English Proficiency.

The total population values for each of the AAP categories are summarized in Table 4 for the District as a
whole.
The data for analyzing the geographic concentrations for the AAP was obtained from the US Census
Bureaus 2010 5-year American Community Survey (ACS) at the Census tract level. An index value was
calculated for each Census tract comparing the percentage of persons in each of the four AAP categories
against the distribution of these percentages across all Census tracts District-wide. 6 A composite index
value was then calculated for each Census tract by summing the index values for all four AAP categories.
A higher composite index value for a particular Census tract indicates that it falls further outside of the
range of values for all Census tracts in the District as a whole and, therefore, includes AAP populations
with a higher level of vulnerability (as compared to the District as a whole) to the undue burdens of
transportation projects as well as the potential for being denied the positive benefits of transportation
projects.

The index value for each Census tract, which represents the extent to which the percentage of persons in the four
Analyzed Affected Population (AAP) categories (Minority, National Origin, Low Income, and Persons with Limited
English Proficiency) in each Census tract compares with these same percentages across the District of Columbia as
a whole, was calculated using the following methodology:
1. This step was performed for each of the four AAP categories. Using data on the number of persons in the
AAP category in each Census tract in the District, the average (statistical mean) and amount of variation
around the average (standard deviation) was calculated for the District as a whole. These values were
then standardized into an index value in two steps. First, for each Census tract, the difference between
the mean percent value in that Census tract and the mean percent value across the District as a whole
was calculated. Second, this difference was then divided by the standard deviation of that value across
the District as a whole.
2. The standardized values across all four AAP categories as calculated in Step 1 were summed, resulting in
a composite index value for every Census tract in the District.

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The calculated composite index values ranged from -3.8 (lowest relative concentration of AAP
communities) to 10.6 (highest relative concentration of AAP communities). For the moveDC analysis, all
District Census tracts were divided into five equal groups based on the composite index values, each
containing one-fifth, or 20 percent, of the 176 total Census tracts. 7 Census tracts in Group 1 (very
lowest relative concentration of AAP communities) have the lowest composite index value while Census
tracts in Group 5 (very highest relative concentration of AAP communities) have the highest composite
index.

6.2.3. Tabulation of Projects in/near EJ Communities


For purposes of analyzing both undue burdens and/or denial of the benefits to AAP communities from
transportation projects, the focus was placed on the tracts with the highest relative concentration of
AAP communities (Census tracts in Group 4 and Group 5 based on the moveDC groupings). These top 40
percent of tracts were further divided into two categories: the top 20 percent of tracts (Category 1: 80
to 100 percentile) and the next 20 percent of tracts (Category 2: 60 to 79 percentile). The remaining 60
percent of tracts are defined as Category 3 (0 to 59 percentile). Figure 6 shows all of the Districts
Census tracts based on these three categories. It should be noted that, as with any cut-off point, it
could be pointed out that Census tracts on either side of the cut-off point should be included or
excluded from the analysis. It was determined, however, that the methodology as described here
provides an appropriate planning-level assessment tool for purposes of analyzing the potential effects
on AAP communities resulting from the overall STIP program.
Figure 7 illustrates the locations of the STIP projects with respect to the Districts Census tracts with
each tract color-coded by the three categories described above.
The extent to which concentrations of STIP projects align with concentrations of AAP communities
provides a high-level measure of the extent to which projects are more focused in parts of the District
with high Title VI populations. Table 4 tabulates the number of projects located in and near the Census
tracts in each category. A buffer was used around each Census tract to ensure that those projects that
are not in the tract but are near the tract (and, therefore, have the potential to have impacts within the
tract) are included. The benefits of a transportation project also have the potential to have a larger
geographic impact since users of a new transportation facility would typically be spread over a wider
area than those who might experience negative impacts on factors such as air quality and noise. For this

Maps showing the results of the moveDC analysis are shown in Appendix D.

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reason, buffers of both 0.25 mile and 0.50 miles were used in the analysis. Figures 8 and 9 show the
number of STIP projects that are located in or near each Census tract based on a 0.25 mile and 0.50 mile
buffer, respectively.

Table 4 | Projects Located in Tracts Using 0.25-mile and 0.50-mile Project Buffers
Projects Located in Tracts
(Includes 0.25 Mile Buffer
Around Projects) *

Projects Located in Tracts


(Includes 0.50 Mile Buffer
Around Projects) *
Projects
Total
% of
per
Projects
Total
Tract

Categories: Relative
Concentration of Analyzed
Total
% of
Projects
Affected Population (AAP)
Projects
Total
per Tract
Communities
Category 1: 80 to 100
118
20.4%
3.37
294
17.9%
8.40
Percentile
Category 2: 60 to 79
124
21.5%
3.54
345
21.0%
9.86
Percentile
Category 3: 0 to 59
336
58.1%
3.08
1,004
61.1%
9.21
Percentile
578
3.23
1,643
9.18
TOTALS
* For this table, projects are tallied each time they cross in or near a Census tract. For example, a project

that is located within three Census tracts is counted three times.

In relation to the three categories, the data in Table 5 shows that the STIP projects are spread
relatively evenly across District Census tracts. With the 0.25 mile buffer around each project,
there is an average of 3.23 projects per Census tract. Category 1 tracts have four percent more
projects than the average and Category 2 tracts have 10 percent more than the average. Using
the 0.50 mile buffer around projects, there is an average of 9.18 projects in each tract (note that
the larger buffer means that more projects are counted in more tracts). With this buffer,
Category 1 tracts have 8 percent fewer projects than the average and Category 2 tracts have 7
percent more than the average.
While the analysis described above was performed at a high level, it does demonstrate that
projects are generally evenly distributed across Census tracts with differing AAP populations. It
should also be noted that while more projects in a tract represents the potential for higher levels
of impact, it also means that these same tracts have a high potential to benefit from improved
transportation amenities.

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Figure 6 | District Census Tract by Analyzed Affected Population (AAP) Index Category

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Figure 7 | Locations of STIP Projects with Respect to Census Tracts

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Figure 8 | Number of STIP Projects in each Tract Using 0.25-mile Project Buffer

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Figure 9 | Number of STIP Projects in each Tract Using 0.50-mile Project Buffer

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It should also be noted that the District of Columbia STIP is a subset of the Transportation Improvement
Program (TIP) for the Washington, DC metropolitan region. Many concerns with respect to protected
communities, particularly those related to the potential denial of the benefits of transportation projects,
cross boundaries of not only Census tracts but also jurisdictional boundaries. Because travel takes place
across jurisdictional boundaries within the region as a whole, these questions are best addressed at a
regional level. Detailed analyses that are being performed by the Metropolitan Washington Council of
Governments

(MWCOG)

for

the

regional

TIP,

located

at http://www.mwcog.org/clrp/performance/EJ/EJintro.asp, covers a wide range of projects, including


those that improve commute times, travel times, and accessibility.
In conclusion, the package of projects in the Districts FY 2015-2021 STIP does not disproportionately
burden environmental justice communities, provides equitable benefit of investment through the
District, including Title VI communities, and demonstrates planning considerations that are intended to
distribute future benefits equitably and without consideration of race, national origin, or income.

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7.0 Air Quality Conformity


Air quality conformity is a federal requirement. Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) policy
boards make initial conformity determinations for metropolitan transportation plans and TIPs in
metropolitan areas, while State DOTs usually do so in areas without MPOs and typically conduct the
analyses associated with project-level conformity. In the Washington, DC metropolitan area, the
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG) Transportation Planning Board (TPB) is the
regional planning organization of the Washington area's major local governments that is responsible for
ensuring that the region conforms to air quality improvement goals. The DDOT STIP is wholly included
in the MWCOG TPB air quality conformity process, which is further described below. The regions Air
Quality Conformity Report is located here: http://www.mwcog.org/clrp/performance/air_quality.asp.
Each year that the Constrained Long Range Plan (CLRP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
are updated, TPB staff tests the draft CLRP and TIP to ensure that the projects in the plan, when
considered collectively, meet general regulatory requirements, as well as specific requirements for each
air quality plan (called a State Implementation Plan, or SIP) promulgated under the Clean Air Act
Amendments of 1990. The analysis is documented in a report that describes the technical elements of
the analysis such as travel demand forecasting, emissions calculation procedures, and impacts of
transportation emission reduction measures. The analysis demonstrates that mobile source emissions,
estimated for the TIP and for each analysis year of the long range plan, adhere to all carbon monoxide
(CO) and ozone season volatile organic compound (VOC) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) budgets established
by the Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee (MWAQC) and approved by the EPA. Tests are
also done to ensure that PM2.5 pollutant (direct PM2.5 and precursor NOx) emissions are not greater
than base year 2002 emissions.
Once the TPB finds that the CLRP meets regional air quality requirements, federal agencies certify that
the plan is in conformity. In other words, the TPB ensures that the CLRP conforms to air quality
improvement goals. If the TPB encounters difficulty in meeting conformityor expects toit may
choose to adopt Transportation Emission Reduction Measures (TERMs), such as ridesharing and
telecommuting programs, improved transit and bicycling facilities, clean fuel vehicle programs or other
possible actions.
The Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee (MWAQC) is the entity certified, through
delegation of responsibilities from the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia air management

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agencies, to prepare regional air quality plans for the Washington region. MWAQC includes local elected
officials, representatives of the state and DC air management and transportation agencies, state
legislators and the chair of the TPB. Like the TPB, MWAQC is housed at the Council of Governments
(COG), which provides its staff. Transportation is integral to air quality planning. Regional air quality
plans for CO, ozone, and PM2.5 each include one or more ceilings (emissions budgets) for emissions
from mobile sources (cars, trucks and buses), as well as emissions reduction requirements for other
sources of air pollution, such as power plants. The TPB must show that its transportation plans will
conform to the mobile source emissions ceilings for specific milestone years established in the regional
air quality plans.

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8.0 Financially Constrained FY 2015-2021 STIP


DDOT ensures that the Districts FY 2015-2021 STIP demonstrates a fiscally constrained comprehensive
and prioritized set of transportation projects and meets all federal requirements outlined in the US
code, 23 CFR 450.104. DDOT will provide continuous improvement to the STIP to reflect a streamlined
and cooperative STIP development process that reflects the needs of the residents and businesses,
demonstrates on-time delivery, and incorporates the Districts long-range goals.
The District uses the TPBs TIP project listings format to show all projects listed in the Districts STIP. The
projects that are outlined in the STIP are grouped by project category and will show projects listed by
funding source, project phase, facility, project limits, description, and completion date. For those
projects that do not have a completion date, it signifies that the project is ongoing beyond the six-year
scope. See Appendix D for the Districts projects that are outlined in the STIP. TIP project listings for
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), National Capital Region Transportation
Planning Board (TPB), and Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division (EFLHD) are included in Appendix E.
The first and second years of the program contain a priority listing of those projects selected for funding.
Each transportation improvement project must be included in the first or second year at key stages in its
implementation (preliminary engineering, right-of-way acquisition, and construction) as a basis and
condition for all federal funding assistance. This includes all SAFETEA-LU funding under Title I (Surface
Transportation) and Title III (Transit) to state, local, and regional implementing agencies for highway,
transit, bicycle and pedestrian capital improvements and transit operating assistance.
The TPBs financial summary for the Districts portion of the FY 2015-2020 TIP is provided on the next
page, followed by definitions of the project types referenced in the table.

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Table 6| Financial Summary by Project Type

Table 7| Definitions of District Project Types shown in Table 6


District Categories
Interstate

Definition
National Interstate System improvements that are
intended to accommodate growth while
maintaining the functionality of the freeway.

Primary

Major Arterial roadway construction,


enhancements, or improvements that promote
safety and multimodal accommodation.

Secondary

Minor arterial roadway reconstruction or


rehabilitation.

Bike/Pedestrian (Bike/Ped)

Bike and Pedestrian upgrades to trails and roads


that increase the safety and convenience of bicycle
and pedestrian travel.

Bridge

Bridge replacement, reconfiguration,


maintenance, or repairs to correct deficiencies and
provide preventive services.

Enhancement

Transportation Enhancements Program, a federally


funded program that aims to enhance pedestrian
and vehicular safety by utilizing improvements on
the street faade.

ITS

Roadway and traffic improvements equipment


incorporating Information Technology Systems
(ITS) to support traffic signal maintenance and
improvements, pavement markings, wayfinding
signage, data collection, and traffic research and
development.

Other

Catch-all category with projects including


operating programs, professional employee
training, performance-based parking,
neighborhood roadside improvements, and urban
forestry.

TERMs

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projects that provide education to the public


about congestion and transportation-related air
pollution with commute alternatives to increase
air quality.
Federal Lands Highway Program

Projects that provide upgrades or improvements


that service the transportation needs of federal
and Indian lands.

Maintenance

Any routine preventive maintenance or minor


rehabilitation to existing transportation
infrastructure project including, but not limited to,
typical maintenance program, resurfacing, sealing,
pothole repair; streetlight and signal maintenance
not including major upgrades, and asset
management.

Transit

Transit projects that provide maintenance,


upgrades, improvements, and equipment
replacement for the Mass Transit Administration,
which includes operations for Circulator and DC
Streetcar.

Freight

Programs and studies that respond to the needs of


freight and provide management and enforcement
of truck and rail freight in the District.

Safety

Projects that promotes transportation safety


exclusively.

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Appendix A: Sample Project Intake Form

District Department of Transportation 2014 Call


for Projects
Project Intake Form- New Projects Only
Project:

Submitting Agency
Secondary Agency
Project Name
Project Manager

DDOT
0T

Agency Project ID
TIP Project ID
Administration
Project Entry Type

0T
0T

Ward: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Citywide
Project Group
0T
Project Type
Category (Bucket)

0T
0T

Project Category
System Expansion
System Preservation
Study
Management
Operations and
Other
Maintenance
If the category Other is selected Please enter a description.

Facility:

Facility From
Facility To

Description:

Projected Start Date


Projected Comp. Date

0T
0T

Project Manager Email


Project Information Url
Total Miles
Complete Streets
Accommodations

0T

Jurisdiction

DC MD VA

Total Cost
Remaining Cost
Environmental
NEPA Documentation
Status of NEPA
Documentation

0T
0T

Conformity information
Improvement
Lanes (From)
Lanes (To)
R.O.W. Acquired
Under Construction
Project Status

0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T

Congestion Management
Congestion Mgmt.
0T
Strategy Benefits
Additional Congestion Mgmt. Strategies Considered

Transportation demand management measures, including growth management and Congestion Pricing

congestion pricing
Intelligent Transportation Improvements
Public Transportation Improvements
Traffic Operational Improvements
Other Congestion Management Strategies
Combination of the above strategies
Congestion Mgmt.
Strategies Offset
Congestion Mgmt.
Strategies Incorporated
Proposed Funding /
Implementation
Schedule

0T

MoveDC
1. Does this project align with the goals of MoveDC? If so, check which goals
Provide reasonable access at reasonable cost to everyone in the region
Develop, implement, and maintain an interconnected transportation system that enhances quality of life
and promoted a strong and growing economy throughout the entire region including a healthy
regional core and dynamic regional activity centers with a mix of jobs, housing, and services in a walkable
environment
Give priority to management, performance, maintenance, and safety of all modes and facilities
Use the best available technology to maximize system effectiveness
Plan and develop a transportation system that enhances and protects the regions natural
environmental quality, cultural and historic resources, and communities
Achieve better interjurisdictional coordination of transportation and land use planning
Achieve an enhanced funding mechanism(s) for regional and local transportation system priorities that
cannot be implemented with existing and forecasted federal, state, and local funding
Support options for international and interregional travel and commerce
Is this a MoveDC capital investment project? Yes No
If yes, which Tier does the project fall under? 0T
Planning Factors
Supports the economic vitality of the metropolitan area, especially by enabling global
competitiveness, productivity, and efficiency;
Increase the safety of the transportation system for all motorized and non-motorized users; b
i. is this project being proposed specifically to address a safety issue?; Yes No
Increase the ability of the transportation system to support homeland security and to
safeguard the personal security of all motorized and non-motorized users;
Increase the ability of the transportation system to support homeland security and to
safeguard the personal security of all motorized and non-motorized users;
Increase accessibility and mobility of people;

Increase accessibility and mobility of freight;


Protect and enhance the environment, promote energy conservation, improve the quality of
life and promote consistency between transportation improvements and State and local planned
growth and economic development patterns;
Enhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation system across and between
modes for people and freight;
Promote efficient system management and operation;
Emphasize the preservation of the existing transportation system.

Environmental Mitigation
Air Quality
Geology, Soils and
Groundwater
Flood Plains
Noise
Socioeconomics
Vibrations

Energy

Wetlands

Wildlife and Habitat

Hazardous and Contaminated Materials


Rare, Threatened and Endangered Species
Surface Water
Visual and Aesthetic Conditions

Congestion Management Process Documentation


Traffic Congestion
Project
Other Congested
Facility

Check box if this project is being planned specifically to address


congestion conditions.
If the congestion is on a different facility, please identify it here.

Capacity Increasing
Project (SOV Facility)
SOV Facility Capacity
Increasing Project
Exemption

Is this a capacity-increasing project on a limited access highway or


principal arterial?
0T

Intelligent Transportation Systems


Is this an Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) project as defined in federal law and
regulation, and therefore subject to federal rule 940 requirements?
Intelligent
0T
Transportation Systems
Project
Intelligent
0T
Transportation Systems
Architecture

Project Obligation
Amount

0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T

Associate Director
Date

Phase

Year
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T

Funding Source
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T
0T

Federal
%

State
%

Local
%

Appendix B: Project List and Maps

PENNSYLVANIA AVE. NW BRIDGE OVER ROCK CREEK (BR. #118).


Rehabilitation of Bridge #118, Pennsylvania Ave NW over Rock Creek.

1 of 15

FY 19

COLUMBIA ROAD NW, RECONSTRUCTION 16TH TO 18TH STREETS AND RESURFACE 18TH
STREET TO CONNECTICUT AVE.
On Columbia Road NW, pavement reconstruction from 16th to 18th Streets to remove old streetcar tracks
and resurfacing from 18th Street to Connecticut Avenue. Improve curb and gutter, sidewalks, streetlights,
traffic signals; upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins; add stormwater management low impact
development (LID) and median planters; and replace trees.

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 15

FY 15

14TH STREET STREETSCAPE - CONSTRUCTION.


On 14th Street NW from Thomas Circle to Florida Avenue, the scope of work will include, but will not be
limited to, the preparation of plans, estimates, and specifications for roadway resurfacing; resetting or
reconstructing curbs; reconstructing wheelchair ramps and sidewalks; upgrading streetlights; traffic signal
and drainage system; removal of dead trees and planting of new trees; pavement marking and signage;
and other work appropriate to the purpose of the project.

FY 15

FY 21

FY 17

Construction

14TH STREET SW RAMP BRIDGES (170-1, 170-2, 170-3).


On northbound 14th Street Bridge, the approach bridges to be rehabilitated are over Maine Avenue
(Bridge #171-1), over the Outlet Channel (bridge # 171-2), and over Haines Point Park (bridge #171-3).

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Design

Other

Bridge/Tunnel

Streetscape/Public Space

Streetscape/Public Space

Bridge/Tunnel

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

6,000,000

10,000,000

10,802,620

18,000,000

Total Requested
Obligation

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/Administrative: Includes planning studies, program management, as well as


administrative functions such as Civil Rights compliance, training, emissions reduction programs, etc.

Bicycle/Pedestrian Improvement: Improvements to bicycle and pedestrian facilities, including new or


upgraded trails, sidewalks, bicycle lanes, and bicycle storage facilities. Generally, improvements to
bicycle and pedestrian crossings of roads are included in the Safety Improvement category.

Planning/
Study

Asset Management Improvements: Improvements to upgrade and maintain transportation assets including
roadway pavement, streetlights, traffic signals, and signal systems.

Bridge/Tunnel Improvement: Improvements to bridges and tunnels. Major bridge and tunnel
improvements are generally included in the Major Multimodal Improvement category.

Project ID

Stormwater/Other Infrastructure Improvements: Improvements to enhance drainage and flood prevention,


stormwater collection and treatment, as well as other transportation-related infrastructure such as
Intelligent Transportation Systems.

Streetscape/Public Space Improvement: Improvements to or within a roadway corridor that also


address travel by multiple modes, safety, parking/curbside uses, and public space quality. Costs for
projects in this category are generally less than $10 million.

Safety: Improvements to improve pedestrian, bicycle, and motor vehicle safety, including safety studies,
audits, and reviews.

Transit Improvement: Improvements to transit facilities, including upgrades to transit stops and stations as
well as the purchase of transit vehicles. New transit (streetcar) lines are generally included in the Major
Multimodal Improvement category.

Major Multimodal Improvement: Improvements to a key transportation corridor, typically addressing


travel by a mix of modes (including transit, auto, bicycle, and pedestrian), operations, safety, curbside
uses, and public space quality. Costs for projects in this category are generally $10 million or more.

4. Project Categories described below:

3. The highlighting in the columns indicates the elements included in the project. The fiscal years indicate the years in which funding is anticipated.

2. The STIP includes those projects with federal funding and/or regional significance, but it does not include individual projects with 100% local funding to address local transportation needs (these are included in
the Districts Capital Budget process). For this reason and because the Project ID is a unique number and is not reused if a project is removed from the list, the Project IDs are non-consecutive.

1. The District's fiscal year begins October 1st and ends September 30th. For example, Fiscal Year 2015 covers the period October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2015.

Notes:

District of Columbia Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

FY 15

FY 16

FY 15

FY 20

FY 15

FY 15

Planning
FY 15

Study

CANAL ROAD, CHAIN BRIDGE TO M STREET.


Preliminary engineering study of the safety, drainage, and access for Canal Road from Chain Bridge to M
Street.

MISSOURI AVENUE, KANSAS AVENUE, KENNEDY STREET INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS.


Reconfiguration of Missouri Avenue NW, Kansas Avenue, and Kennedy Street NW Intersection.

OREGON AVENUE - CONSTRUCTION.


Oregon Avenue roadway improvement: installation of new sidewalk on west side, new curb and gutter,
new bridge over Pinehurst Run, and Pepco undergrounding.

ROCK CREEK TRAIL REHABILITATION.


Rehabilitation of the paved trail in Rock Creek Park, including selected widening, resurfacing, new
connections, a new bridge south of the Zoo tunnel, and retaining wall repair on Piney Branch.

M STREET SOUTHEAST/SOUTHWEST ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT.


This project will implement the outcome of the environmental study for the M Street SE / SW corridor.

H STREET BRIDGE OVER RAILROAD (NORTH CAPITOL TO 3RD) - CONSTRUCTION.


Conduct environmental assessments; prepare concept designs, design plans, and specifications; and
construction documents for bridge replacement/rehabilitation.

METROPOLITAN BRANCH TRAIL AT L & M STREET NE.


Reconstruct the Metropolitan Branch Trail so that it meets the ground at L Street NE.

MONROE STREET NE BRIDGE OVER CSX AND WMATA.


Replace/rehabilitate bridge over CSX and WMATA railroad tracks.

SAFETY IMPROVEMENT ON NEW JERSEY AVE FROM H ST NW TO N ST NW AND NEW YORK AVE
FROM 1ST STREET NW TO 4TH STREET NW.
Upgrading storm and water lines; installation of full depth pavement on NY Ave; upgrading street lights
with LED fixtures; and installation of new curb, gutter, and sidewalk, traffic signals, signing and pavement
marking, and landscaping.

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17

18

19

21

24

25

26

27

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FY 19

FY 15

BROAD BRANCH - CONSTRUCTION.


This project will implement the outcome of the Broad Branch Environmental Assessment.

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District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 15

U STREET NW FLORIDA AVENUE TO 14 STREET.


Phase II, U Street NW from 14 Street to 18th Street: total reconstruction, including roadway pavement,
sidewalk, street lighting, traffic signal, landscape, and water main replacement.

12

FY 18-20

FY 15-16

FY 21

THEODORE ROOSEVELT BRIDGE.


Rehabilitation of the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Bridge Main Spans and Ramps, including
pedestrian/bicyclist safety improvements; sidewalk widening; connection for downstream sidewalk to
Virginia; modifications to zipper lane; and bridge lighting.

11

FY 15

FY 16

REPLACEMENT OF 31ST STREET BRIDGE NW OVER C&O CANAL.


Replacement of 31st Street Bridge over the C&O canal and approaching roadways.

Construction

Design

FY 20

Planning/
Study

REHABILITATION OF I-395 HOV BRIDGE OVER POTOMAC RIVER.


Repair extensive pier cracking, superstructure, and substructure rehabilitation.

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Project ID

Other

Major Multimodal

Bridge/Tunnel

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Major Multimodal

Streetscape/Public Space

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Major Multimodal

Streetscape/Public Space

Safety

Major Multimodal

Streetscape/Public Space

Major Multimodal

Bridge/Tunnel

Bridge/Tunnel

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

12,500,000

20,700,000

1,200,000

22,750,000

6,100,000

8,050,000

21,100,000

2,650,000

1,000,000

19,300,000

9,000,000

28,500,000

6,200,000

38,500,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 18

FY 20

FY 15

FY 15

FY 16

OXON RUN TRAIL.


Improve bicycle and pedestrian transportation and recreational park access.

PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES OVER KENILWORTH AVENUE.


Replacement of three pedestrian bridges over Kenilworth Ave. at Lane Pl (Bridge#0066), Nash St
(Bridge#0067), and Douglas St (Bridge#0068) to enhance pedestrian mobility and safety by improving the
bridge structure condition and ADA ramps to the current standards and requirements.

PENNSYLVANIA AVE SE PHASE 2: PA AVE SE FROM SOUSA BRIDGE TO 209 FEET WEST OF 27TH
ST. SE.
This project will prepare an Environmental Assessment for FHWA & NPS for the Pennsylvania Ave SE
and Minnesota Ave SE intersection and the portion on Penn Ave. between 27th Street and the Sousa
Bridge.

RECONSTRUCTION OF KENILWORTH AVENUE NE FROM EAST CAPITOL ST. RAMP TO RAIL


OVERPASS NORTH OF BENNING RD.
On Kenilworth Ave/I-295 from East Capitol Street NE to Penn Railroad Bridge overpass, total
reconstruction to include upgrade of the existing curb and gutter, replacement of existing fences, removal
of the existing temporary Jersey Barriers and replacement with permanent Jersey Barriers, and
addressing the current hydraulic problem.

REHABILITATION OF ANACOSTIA FREEWAY BRIDGES OVER SOUTH CAPITOL STREET [BRIDGES


NO. 1016 & 1017].
Rehabilitation or replacement of subject bridges to eliminate all structural deficiencies and to make the
facilities safe for the traveling public. The bridges are structurally deficient and must be rehabilitated under
the requirements of MAP21.

REHABILITATION OF EAST CAPITOL STREET BRIDGE OVER ANACOSTIA RIVER [BRIDGE NO.
233].
Rehabilitation of subject bridge to eliminate all deficiencies and ensure the safety of the traveling public.
This bridge is structurally deficient and must be rehabilitated in accordance with the requirements of
MAP21. Deficiencies include deteriorating overlay, efflorescence and map cracking in soffit, expanded
bearings, deteriorated superstructure steel under finger dams, peeling paint, and rotation of substructure
units.

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32

33

34

36

37

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District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 17

FY 15

MINNESOTA AVENUE FROM A STREET TO SHERIFF ROAD.


Reconstruction of Minnesota Avenue from A St. SE to Sheriff Rd. NE including stormwater management
low impact development (LID) and streetscape. Project will be phased to mitigate impacts. Phase 1 will
construct as soon as possible from A St. to just south of Benning Road; Phase 2 will follow when streetcar
study produces direction as to track route.

3 of 15

Study

FY 17

FY 16

BENNING ROAD BRIDGE OVER KENILWORTH AVE.


Widening and safety improvements of existing eastbound and westbound Benning Road Bridges over
Kenilworth Avenue NE. New bridge structures will have safer pedestrian access and bike path, including
Street Car Tracks.

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FY 21

FY 18

FY 15

FY 17

FY 16

Construction

ANACOSTIA FREEWAY BRIDGES OVER NICHOLSON STREET SE [BRIDGES NO.1001 (RAMP 6),
1002 (RAMP 4)].
Rehabilitation of subject bridges to eliminate all deficiencies and to make the facility safe for the traveling
public. Two bridges are structurally deficient and must be rehabilitated under the requirements of MAP-21.

Design

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Planning/
Study

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Project ID

Right of Way
FY 15

Other

Bridge/Tunnel

Bridge/Tunnel

Safety

Major Multimodal

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Major Multimodal

Bridge/Tunnel

Bridge/Tunnel

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

16,000,000

20,000,000

13,050,000

11,500,000

12,500,000

9,650,000

15,000,000

23,000,000

9,500,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 15-16

FY 15-18

FY 15-18

FY 15-18

SOUTH CAPITOL ST. - NEW FREDERICK DOUGLASS MEMORIAL BRIDGE.


Redevelopment of the South Capitol Street corridor is a part of the Anacostia Waterfront Initiative.
Concept plans for the replacement of the FDM Bridge are under development as part of the EIS currently
being prepared for the corridor.

11TH STREET BRIDGE, PHASE II.


Replace existing structures with new structures and provide direct access from I-295 to Downtown DC (via
I-395).

BLOOMINGDALE/LEDROIT PARK MEDIUM TERM FLOOD MITIGATION PROJECT.


The exact street locations are not known at this time but the work is confined to the Bloomingdale and
LeDroit Park communities, per the Mayor's Task force on Bloomingdale/LeDroit Flood Mitigation Report.

CITYWIDE ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR STRUCTURES AND BRIDGES.


Provide engineering services for bridges and structures design; geotechnical or other investigations; and
surveying, including constructability review.

NORMANSTONE/FULTON STREET CULVERT & LID.


This project will repair seven culverts under Normanstone Drive, install linear bioretention cells along
Fulton Street and Normanstone Drive, and mill and resurface both streets.

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46

47

48

49

50

4 of 15

FY 15-21

PENNSYLVANIA/POTOMAC CIRCLE.
Pedestrian safety and vehicular movement improvements to existing traffic circle at the intersection.

44

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 16

GARVEE BOND REPAYMENT MIDDLE ANACOSTIA CROSSING - LONG TERM IMPROVEMENTS


FOR 11TH STREET BRIDGE SE REPLACE/RECON.
This project consists of rehabilitation of existing deck and steel beams.

42

FY 15

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

AWI PROGRAM MANAGEMENT.


Services to supplement the NEPA process and implement design and construction of Anacostia
Waterfront Initiative (AWI) corridors. Work includes surveys; geotechnical and environmental investigation
and testing preliminary roadway and bridge design; and construction engineering services during
construction.

FY 15

FY 19-20

FY 15

FY 16

Construction

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FY 15, 21

Design

SAFETY AND GEOMETRIC IMPROVEMENTS OF I-295/DC 295.


Safety and geometric improvements of I-295/DC 295; safety improvements and upgrades to SB entrance
and NB left exit ramps at Benning Road; shoulder widening on DC 295 southbound between Benning
Road and East Capitol Street; safety improvements and upgrades to meet current design standards at
southbound exit ramps to River Terrace and East Capitol Street and at the westbound Pennsylvania
Avenue entrance and exit ramps; improvements to signage, pavement markings, and roadway lighting
(LED lighting) between Pennsylvania Ave and Benning Road; and improvements to guardrail and median
barriers to meet current design standards.

Planning/
Study

ROADWAY IMPROVEMENT SOUTH CAP. ST. & SOUTHERN AVE. WINKLE DOODLE BRANCH.
The purpose of this project is to identify solutions that improve the livability of the Southern Avenue
corridor from South Capitol Street SE to 23rd St. SE.

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

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Project ID

Other

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Major Multimodal

Major Multimodal

Streetscape/Public Space

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Safety

Major Multimodal

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

2,200,000

2,000,000

8,000,000

12,000,000

463,975,000

5,750,000

82,397,043

45,000,000

11,000,000

17,200,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 15-21

BRIDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.


This project provides funds to support the Bridge Management Program and to pay the annual Pontis
license fee.

CLIMATE CHANGE AND AIR QUALITY.


DDOT has developed a Climate Change Adaptation Plan involving consideration of activities, facilities,
and functions either controlled or utilized by DDOT. This ongoing project will fund the oversight of the
adaptation plan as well as fund the oversight of DDOT's climate and air quality efforts in individual and
regional efforts (a federally mandated function).

CULVERT REHABILITATION AND REPLACEMENT.


The purpose of this project is to replace/rehabilitate existing culverts. On a bi-annual occurrence, the
culvert will be inspected. On an annual occurrence, culverts will be rehabilitated or replaced based on
their conditions.

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64

65

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FY 15-20

ASSET PRESERVATION OF TUNNELS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, NATIONAL HIGHWAY


PERFORMANCE PROGRAM.
This initiative provides technical support for this performance-based contract that enables sustained
preventive maintenance, rehabilitation, and preservation of all tunnel assets in DDOT inventory system.
The principal objectives relative to public safety are the maintenance of automated or natural ventilation
system for the expulsion of harmful carbon monoxide gas from all tunnels and the provision of an
adequate lighting system within each tunnel.

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District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 15-21

ASSET INVENTORY & ADA COMPLIANCE.


Assets Inventory in the public right of way; updating the GIS-based asset inventory system; evaluating the
assets for ADA compliance; and developing a plan for ADA compliance.

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FY 15,16,18

FY 16-17

ANACOSTIA STREETCAR EXTENSION.


A streetcar extension from Anacostia Metro Station to the 11th St Bridge. Environmental Assessment is
completed, and the funding will prepare for right of way acquisition and design works.

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Planning
FY 15-21

FY 15-18

VIRGINIA AVENUE TUNNEL PROJECT.


CSXT proposes to replace the existing 106 year old 4,000 foot-long tunnel, including the restoration of a
second track within the tunnel and increasing the tunnel height to a minimum 20 foot clearance to
accommodate intermodal trains transporting double-stacked standard cargo containers.

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FY 15,16,18

FY 15-19

FY 16-18

ST. ELIZABETHS CAMPUSES ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS.


Multimodal transportation improvements to accommodate the Department of Homeland Security
consolidation at St. Elizabeths East and West Campuses, and other nearby development. West Campus
project will improve access and transportation flow in and around the area. Improvements include I-295
interchange reconfigurations, roadway, safety, ITS, and operational improvements to nearby streets.
FY 15-16

FY 17-21

SOUTH CAPITOL ST.- GARVEE DEBT SERVICE.


DDOT will use future FHWA annual allocations to pay service on the bonds.

Construction

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Design

FY 15-18

Planning/
Study

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF STORMWATER/DRAINAGE PUMPING STATIONS.


Maintain and upgrade the existing stormwater pumping stations throughout the District.

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

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Project ID

Right of Way
FY 15
Equipment
FY 15-16

Other

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Bridge/Tunnel

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Major Multimodal

Bridge/Tunnel

Major Multimodal

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

2,950,000

1,149,180

2,175,000

40,025,000

7,000,000

82,852,000

4,800,000

108,980,000

84,440,000

1,158,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 15,17-19,21

FY 17

CITYWIDE FEDERAL AID CONSULTANT BRIDGE INSPECTION CONTRACT.


Work under this contract consist of performing detailed condition inspections and evaluations of all
highway and pedestrian bridges, tunnels, and underpasses under the ownership of the District of Columbia
in accordance with the prescribed inspections schedule, the DDOT Bridge Inspection Manual of
Procedures, and the National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBS). Safety inspections of railroad owned
bridges crossing District streets shall also be performed. Selected inspections of culverts and overhead
sign structures shall be performed as needed. Future obligations may include sign structure inspection.

PAVEMENT RESTORATION - NATIONAL HIGHWAY PERFORMANCE PROGRAM STREETS.


Resurfacing of selected roadway segments on the National Highway System; repair/replacement of curbs,
gutters, sidewalks, driveways, base pavements, perimeter fencing; furnishing sewer-water manhole
frames and catch basin tops; and removal of roadway and roadside debris.

CITYWIDE OPEN-END BRIDGE DESIGN CONSULTANT.


Investigation of structural deficiencies encountered during bridge inspections and from observation of
DDOT staff; development of design solutions for temporary shoring, structural repair, and retrofit;
performance of structural analyses and rating of bridges; and preparation of plans, details, special
provisions, cost estimates, and work orders for construction by the DDOT preventive maintenance
contractor.

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FY 16-18,20

FEDERAL AID PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND EMERGENCY REPAIRS ON HIGHWAY


STRUCTURES-BH.
This project provides preventive maintenance activities and emergency repairs on highway structures on
an as-needed basis. The work includes concrete deck repair; replacement of expansion joints; repair or
replacement of beams, girders, and other structural steel; maintenance painting; application of low slump
concrete overlays on bridge decks; concrete repair; underpinning and shoring of deficient bridge elements;
jacking beams and restoring bearings; repair or replacement of bridge railings, guiderails and fencing;
cleaning bridge scuppers and drain pipes; graffiti removal; and other miscellaneous repair work on various
highway structures.

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District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 16-18,20

FEDERAL AID PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND EMERGENCY REPAIRS ON HIGHWAY


STRUCTURES CULVERT/PED BRIDGES.
This project provides preventive maintenance activities and emergency repairs on highway structures on
an as-needed basis. The work includes concrete deck repair; replacement of expansion joints; repair or
replacement of beams, girders, and other structural steel; maintenance painting; application of low slump
concrete overlays on bridge decks; concrete repair; underpinning and shoring of deficient bridge elements;
jacking beams and restoring bearings; repair or replacement of bridge railings, guiderails and fencing;
cleaning bridge scuppers and drain pipes; graffiti removal; and other miscellaneous repair work on various
highway structures.

FY 15-17,19-21

FY 15-21

FEDERAL AID PAVEMENT RESTORATION.


Citywide pavement resurfacing/restoration, upgrading of sidewalk, curb and gutter, and wheelchair ramps.

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FY 15-18

FY 15-21

Construction

EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS.


The purpose of this project is to provide a vehicle that allows the Department to respond to emergencies
or other unforeseen events that are nor budgeted or planned, such as major pavement failures, sinkholes,
and falling steel and concrete from bridges.

Design

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Planning/
Study

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Project ID

Other

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Asset Management

Asset Management

Asset Management

Asset Management

Asset Management

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

5,025,000

23,350,000

12,975,000

25,680,000

6,420,000

65,100,000

175,000

Total Requested
Obligation

Planning
FY 15-21

Planning
FY 15

CONSTRUCTABILITY AND WORK ZONE SAFETY REVIEW.


The Constructability and Work Zone Safety Review would cover all constructability reviews and work zone
safety of infrastructure projects. The constructability review will ensure compliance with DDOT design
policies, standards and guidelines, identify potential risk, and ensure projects are buildable and biddable.
Work Zone Safety review will ensure the design of all work zones are designed in accordance to DDOT
standards and guidelines, provide operational analysis of work zone impacts, and provide work zone
audits to ensure the safety to both construction workers and motorist.

LONG BRIDGE NEPA.


The project includes the completion of a comprehensive study of the condition of the Long Bridge over the
Potomac River; identification of short-term structural remediation requirements and long-term capacity
improvements for the bridge; identification and analysis of alternatives to meet both short-term and longterm multi-modal needs in terms of rehabilitation or replacement of the bridge; determination of a
recommended National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) action to the Federal Railroad Administration for
an environmental review; identification, data collection, and evaluation (if appropriate) of the
environmental impact of the alternatives identified in support of the NEPA action; and development of
preliminary engineering (PE) and design of the alternatives.

AASHTOWARE PAYMENT.
AASHTOWARE Transport Annual Licenses.

AUDIT AND COMPLIANCE.


Davis Bacon Compliance for construction projects that receive federally assisted funds for contracts in
excess of $2,000 to monitor compliance to the prevailing wage law as required by the U.S. Department of
Labor to ensure laborers and mechanics are paid the correct hourly rate and fringe benefits.

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FY 15-16

Study

RETURN TO L'ENFANT.
This project is intended to accommodate planned growth with maintaining the functionality of the local and
regional transportation system and to enhance vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle connection around and
across the freeway. It will support the full development potential and reestablish the L'Enfant Plan Street
Grid. In addition to an Environmental Assessment, the project will require an Interstate Modification Report
(IMR). The implementation of this project will be privately funded.

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 17

S. CAPITOL STREET TRAIL.


Design and construct a paved bicycle and pedestrian trail along South Capitol Street, based on the 2010
Concept Plan.

FY 15-21

FY 15,16,18-21

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FY 15

REPLACING AND UPGRADING GUARDRAIL AND IMPACT ATTENUATORS.


Replacing and upgrading guardrail and impact attenuators throughout the roadway system.

FY 16

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Planning
FY 15

Construction

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FY 15-21

Design

MANAGED LANES PHASE I.


The project is to perform a high-level feasibility review to identify any potential flaws or major obstacles to
completing the project as a public-private partnership (P3) and lay out the critical path to moving the
project forward. Phase I to include NEPA, design, and construction for Rochambeau Bridge. Phase II to
include NEPA, design, and construction for the SE/SW Freeway. Phase III to include NEPA, design, and
construction of I-295.

Planning/
Study

ROADWAY PAVEMENT CONDITION ASSESSMENT.


This project will be used to retain a vendor to perform data collection and analysis of DDOT's pavement
conditions.

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

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Project ID

Equipment
FY 15-21

Other

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Major Multimodal

Safety

Major Multimodal

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Safety

Major Multimodal

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

7,000,000

2,130,000

5,000,000

2,748,506

100,000,000

7,700,000

13,000,000

5,689,785

5,950,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 15

FY 15

FY 15

C STREET NE IMPLEMENTATION.
The C Street NE Traffic Calming project will slow traffic in the corridor by reducing at least one vehicle
lane of traffic.

MARYLAND AVENUE NE PEDESTRIAN PRIORITY CORRIDOR.


Design and construction of pedestrian safety improvements based on completed study.

METROPOLITAN BRANCH TRAIL - FORT TOTTEN.


Design and construction of a critical piece of the Metropolitan Branch Trail between Brookland and Ft.
Totten.

EAST CAPITOL STREET CORRIDOR MOBILITY & SAFETY PLAN.


Design and construction of pedestrian safety and traffic operations improvements.

SUITLAND PARKWAY TRAIL REHABILITATION.


Rehabilitate the Suitland Parkway Trail.

BICYCLE LANES AND SIGNS PHASE 2.


Project includes design and installation of 5 miles of bicycle lanes and 10 miles of bicycle route signs.

BIKE PARKING RACKS CM-8888(109).


Install 300 bicycle parking racks using in-house forces.

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103

104

105

106

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FY 19

FY 15

PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY-BUILDING STRATEGY TRAINING.


The purpose of this training and employment development activity is to provide training, development,
and professional capacity building activities to DDOT employees so they have the competence and skills
to provide and improve transportation services that are safe, needed, and preferred by the public.

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District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 16

FY 16

INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT SERVICES.


Annual Licenses Maintenance Fee and Support Services for all applications and Software systems that
both directly and indirectly support all infrastructure related projects- such as Micro-station, Geopak,
Primavera, Engineering document management/imaging, and all associated hardware and software
needed to support systems.

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FY 15-21

FY 18

FY 16

FY 17

FY 18

FY 15-21

DBE SUPPORTIVE SERVICES/OJT SUPPORTIVE SERVICES.


The Transportation Equity Act of the 21st Century (TEA-21) under section 1208 reauthorized the
appropriation of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise/Supportive Services (DBE/SS) funds for distribution
to all states and the District of Columbia to implement their DBE/SS Program. The purpose of the project
is to provide assistance and training to minorities and women to help them to compete, on an equal basis,
for the award of contracts and subcontracts. This project will continue operation of an existing program.
The On-the-Job Training Supportive Services Program provides outreach, recruitment, counseling, testing,
basic skills development, pre-vocational and vocational training, and placement assistance to individuals
interested in training and opportunities for employment on DDOT Federal Aid contracts in accordance with
23 CFR Part 230.

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

Construction

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Design

CIVIL RIGHTS / EEO COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAM.


This subproject will continue program development, administration, and implementation of EEO
procedures, including complaints and investigations; establishment of Title VI & ADA Standards and
Procedures; conducting citywide ADA self-evaluations; designing and structuring of automated tracking
systems for all programs including EEO, DBE, ADA, Title VI, and Public Participation; and facilitating
mandatory training requirements. Additionally, this program will support the Departments
initiative/outreach efforts being coordinated with the DC Office of Latino Affairs (OLA) via the Latino Action
Plan.

Planning/
Study

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Project ID

Equipment
FY 15-19

Other

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Streetscape/Public Space

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Streetscape/Public Space

Streetscape/Public Space

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

1,155,000

690,000

3,400,000

3,700,000

5,500,000

3,600,000

4,500,000

7,000,000

900,000

1,050,000

2,710,000

Total Requested
Obligation

DISTRICT TDM (GODCGO).


Encourage sustainable travel by District residents, workers, and visitors primarily through goDCgo brand.
Includes employer outreach, bikeshare and circulator marketing, special events.

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.


Maintain DDOT's environmental management system and update, as necessary, the DDOT Environmental
Policy and Process Manual. This project will also enable the review and processing of environmental
documentation.

FLORIDA AVENUE TRANSPORTATION.


This project will undertake a planning and transportation analysis effort to assess options that will improve
safety and create/maintain an acceptable level of service for all users along this corridor. This project will
examine the existing and future traffic, transit, pedestrian, and bicycling conditions to improve safety and
access related to street crossings, transit stops, sidewalks, general traffic, and truck traffic along the
corridor. The project builds on past and ongoing land use and planning projects including the NoMa
Neighborhood Access Study and Transportation Management Plan (2010), the Florida Avenue Market
Small Area Plan (2009), the Metrobus U Street-Garfield Line Study (2011), the Gallaudet University
Campus Master Plan (ongoing), and other relevant planning studies. Additionally, the project will build
upon DDOTs TOA Safety Projects within the project boundaries.

METROPOLITAN PLANNING.
Metropolitan Planning Funds funds are used to support activities undertaken by metropolitan planning
organizations. In the case of the District, the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments is the
recipient of a mandatory set-aside from certain funds authorized for Title 23 projects. This project is
mandated under 23 USC 103(l)(5), 133(b)(7), 134 and 157(c).

NATIONAL RECREATION TRAILS- MAINTENANCE.


Programs associated with the Recreational Trails Program, a program established to develop and
maintain recreational trails and trail-related facilities. Mostly small projects, often grants to local groups.

NEW YORK AVENUE TRAIL.


Design and build a new and improved trail along New York Avenue.

STATE PLANNING AND RESEARCH.


Funds for state planning and research.

STATE FREIGHT PLAN.


Development of a District freight plan to enhance the safety and efficiency of goods movement.

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112

113

114

115

116

117

118

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 15-21

Planning
FY 15-21

COMMUTER CONNECTIONS.
The purpose of the Commuter Connections Program is to reduce mobile source emission through the
reduction in the number of vehicles miles traveled (VMT) and to support other transportation control
measures. This project provides funding for Commuter Operations Center, Guaranteed Ride Home,
Marketing, Monitoring and Evaluation, Employer Outreach, and DC Kiosk.

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Planning
FY 15,17,
19,21

FY 15-21

Planning
FY 15-21

BOUNDARY STONES.
Preserve and rehabilitate boundary stones marking the District's boundaries.

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FY 15-21

FY 16

FY 15

FY 15-21

FY 15

CAPITAL BIKESHARE.
Investment in Capital Bikeshare, the bicycle sharing program that allows for point-to-point bike trips in the
District.

Design

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Planning/
Study

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Project ID

FY 17

FY 21

FY 17

Construction

Other

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Bicycle/Pedestrian

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Major Multimodal

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

600,000

21,300,000

3,600,000

2,100,000

17,500,000

13,000,000

4,550,000

7,200,000

4,900,000

150,000

1,000,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 15

FY 15

RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER.


As a Federally mandated program, the purpose of the Research branch is to support the broad mission of
the agency by encouraging innovation and supporting and promoting new technologies, practices, and
procedures to better serve the public. This includes providing cutting edge research across all
administrations, transportation library and reference services, literature reviews, peer exchanges,
information sharing, academic and administrative program support, collaborative research, community
liaison, and committee membership services.

16TH STREET CORRIDOR STUDY & OPERATIONS PLAN.


Improve transit bus service on 16th Street from Arkansas Ave NW to H St NW.

CLEVELAND PARK STUDY.


Drainage improvement, streetscape, streetlight modification, paving, and stormwater management along
Connecticut Avenue.

DISTRICT STIP DEVELOPMENT.


The purpose of this project is to facilitate implementation of the new District of Columbia Statewide
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) development process, including development of a public
participation process and a separate STIP document.

MID CITY EAST.


Implement projects from Mid City East study recommendations.

MOVEDC IMPLEMENTATION.
Implement projects from moveDC study recommendations.

RESEARCH & INNOVATION IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION.


The purpose of this project is to implement findings from DDOT research or other best practices.

BENNING RD EXTENSION.
The Benning Road Streetcar Extension is a 1.95-mile surface fixed guideway transit line that includes
electrically powered streetcar vehicles operating along tracks located within the existing street and travel
lanes. The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) study will address potential impacts of the project,
as well as preliminary engineering (conceptual) for the line.

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124

127

128

132

133

134

135

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 15

Planning
FY 15-21

TRUCK SIZE / WEIGHT.


Design and develop Truck Size and Weight Enforcement Database and tracking system to include weight
information as required by the Code of Federal Regulations #23 to fulfill federal standard and
requirements.

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Study

Planning
FY 16,18,20

Planning
FY 15,17,
19,21

FY 16

Planning
FY 15

TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM.


The TAP provides funding for programs and projects defined as transportation alternatives, including onand off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, infrastructure projects for improving non-driver access to
public transportation, and enhanced mobility, community improvement activities, and environmental
mitigation; recreational trail program projects; safe routes to school projects; and projects for planning,
designing, or constructing boulevards and other roadways largely in the right-of-way of former Interstate
System routes or other divided highways.

FY 15-16

FY 15-21

STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM- SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL.


Increase walking and bicycling to school and associated safety through planning, engineering, education,
and enforcement.

Design

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Planning/
Study

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Project ID

FY 17-18

FY 17

FY 17

FY 16,18,19

FY 15-21

Construction

Equipment
FY 18-19

Other

Major Multimodal

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Streetscape/Public Space

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Streetscape/Public Space

Transit

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Safety

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

102,414,000

1,500,000

500,000

3,000,000

375,000

2,941,400

2,000,000

7,000,000

4,850,000

8,050,000

8,057,000

Total Requested
Obligation

UNION STATION TO GEORGETOWN PREMIUM TRANSIT.


DDOT is proposing a transportation improvement and the introduction of streetcar along the K Street NW
corridor from Union Station to Georgetown. This project will provide an efficient east-west connection for
transit and improve transportation mobility and improve transit reliability. The streetcar alignment is
primarily located along K Street NW, New Jersey Avenue NW, and H Street NE.

CAPITOL HILL INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS, 17TH ST.


17th Street safety improvements from Potomac Avenue SE to Benning Road NE.

CITYWIDE THERMOPLASTIC PAVEMENTS MARKINGS.


To provide installation of new pavement markings and refurbishment on all Surface Transportation
Program (STP) and National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) routes throughout the District of
Columbia.

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156

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

161

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

CITYWIDE STREETLIGHT CONSTRUCTION.


This project will provide funding for the upgrade of various multi-circuit streetlights throughout the District
of Columbia.

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ITS ON CALL TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES.


Identify, study, and design elements of Intelligent Transportation System technology for implementation on
District of Columbia highways and primary routes.

FY 17-21

CITYWIDE ROAD SAFETY AUDIT PROGRAM.


Citywide Road Safety Audits at critical locations within the District of Columbia.

FY 16

FY 17

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Planning
FY 15

NORTH-SOUTH CORRIDOR STUDY.


Study on a North-to-South 9-mile surface fixed guideway transit line.

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CITYWIDE TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT (DCKA-2010-C-0194).


Install new and modify existing traffic signals on the National Highway System and on the Surface
Transportation System.

Planning
FY 15-16

K STREET TRANSIT.
Iimplementation of Alternative 2 as identified in the 2009 FONSI. Alternative 2 would provide an exclusive
two-way, two-lane median transitway between 20th Street and 9th Street. Eight bus stops would be
located in both the eastbound and westbound direction of the transitway.

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157

Equipment
FY 16-21

BUS EFFICIENCY ENHANCEMENTS.


Implementation of the Phase I DC Circulator routes as identified in the DC Circulator 10-Year Transit
Development Plan.

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FY 15-21

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

FY 15

FY 19-21

FY 18,19,21

Equipment
FY 15-17,19

DC CIRCULATOR - NEW BUSES.


Additional Circulator buses will be purchased in order to expand service to additional routes.

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FY 15-21

Planning
FY 15-21

Other

5303/5304 FTA PROGRAM.


DDOT receives an annual FTA grant appropriation to support metropolitan planning activities (5303) and
Statewide/DC-based Planning Activities (5304).

Construction

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Design

Planning/
Study

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Project ID

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Asset Management

Safety

Major Multimodal

Transit

Major Multimodal

Transit

Transit

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

7,000,000

8,430,000

7,500,000

12,600,000

13,400,000

8,000,000

96,901,000

7,500,000

87,250,000

4,500,000

49,414,000

3,675,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

FY 17-21

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT REPORTING AND ANALYSIS SYSTEM (TARAS).


Management of Traffic Accident Reporting and Analysis System (TARAS).

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTER OPERATIONS.


The covers the cost of in-house staff associated with transportation operations and Intelligent
Transportation System functions and a service contract for Traffic Management Center equipment
maintenance and software integration.

TRAFFIC SAFETY DATA CENTER AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY.


Traffic Data Center at Howard University.

TRAFFIC SAFETY DESIGN - HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.


Design of engineering countermeasures at high hazard intersections to reduce crash frequency and
severity.

TRAFFIC SAFETY ENGINEERING SUPPORT SERVICES.


Consultant assistance with traffic engineering expertise in general and traffic safety engineering and dayto-day support to the Standard Safety and Quality Control Division.

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FY 15-21

STREETLIGHT ASSET MGMT CONSTRUCTION.


This project will provide maintenance of streetlights, alley lights, alley tree trimming for blockage of alley
lighting, knockdowns, and asset inventory for lighting on non-federally-funded streets.

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District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 15-21

STREET LIGHT ASSET MANAGEMENT.


Streetlight Asset contract - 2nd Generation. This 5-year lighting contract will maintain and rehabilitate the
District's aging electrical system.

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FY 15-21

FY 15-21

STP-8888(220) TRAFFIC SIGN INVENTORY UPGRADE.


The project will improve traffic flow and enhance safety along federal routes and suggested corridors with
improved signage.

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FY 16

FY 15-21

PAVEMENT SKID TESTING.


Pavement Skid Testing program for the District of Columbia on roadways identified by Highway Safety
Improvement Program.

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FY 15-21

FY 15-21

Construction

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Design

MOVEABLE BARRIER SYSTEM.


The District operates a moveable barrier system on the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge. The system is
designed to increase the capacity of the bridge by creating an additional lane for peak flow during rush
hour periods. The system also provides a positive barrier for two-way traffic. The Barrier Transfer Machine
(BTM) moves a system of portable concrete barriers laterally at distance of ten feet. The BTM shifts the
barrier at approximately five miles per hour over 3,200 feet between the District and the Commonwealth of
Virginia.

Planning/
Study

METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS COORDINATION (MATOC).


Interjurisdictional coordination and information sharing for regional traffic incidents that have an impact
outside jurisdictional boundaries.

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

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Project ID

Equipment
FY 15-21

Other

Safety

Safety

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Asset Management

Asset Management

Asset Management

Safety

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

5,000,000

3,500,000

3,500,000

42,000,000

1,575,000

60,900,000

61,371,800

1,100,000

875,000

3,259,000

2,800,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

FY 15-18

FY 15-21

TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE - NATIONAL HIGHWAY PERFORMANCE PROGRAM.


This projects mission is to modify and improve vehicular and pedestrian traffic control systems such as
traffic signals, channelization, signs, pavement markings, and other traffic control measures on and off the
Federal-aid Highway System.

TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE - SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM.


This projects mission is to modify and improve vehicular and pedestrian traffic control systems such as
traffic signals, channelization, signs, pavement markings, and other traffic control measures on and off the
Federal-aid Highway System.

TRAFFIC SIGNAL OPTIMIZATION.


Perform Citywide Traffic Signal Optimization by partitioning the City into 4 networks (approximately 200765 signals in each network) to improve the efficiency of the transportation system while balancing the
competing needs of pedestrians, bicycles, transit, and auto traffic .

TRAFFIC SIGNAL UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY.


Install battery based, uninterruptible power supply for critical signalized intersections. This system would
automatically transfer from electrical power to battery back-up power for up to 6 hours at the sign of power
loss. This system would eliminate the need and the labor costs for mobilization of generators and use of
Traffic Control Officers and/or Metropolitan Police Department in critical intersections during power loss.

WIM MAINTENANCE CONTRACT.


Project maintains 2 weigh-in-motion stations on I-295 and New York Ave. Contractor conducts system
calibration, system validation and data collection, polls and transmits the maintenance data and service
reports to DDOT, and conducts emergency repairs as needed.

IMPLEMENTATION OF FREEWAY INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS.


DDOT will build intelligent transportation systems on the freeways (e.g., I-295, I-395, I-695, I-66) for
efficient incident management and traffic operations. The scope includes installation of fiber-optic
communication along the freeway network as well as building traffic detection system and CCTV system.

CITYWIDE TRAFFIC SAFETY.


Safety improvements for citywide roadways.

177

178

179

180

181

182

183

13 of 15

FY 15-21

TRAFFIC SIGNAL LED REPLACEMENT-SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM.


Replace Traffic and Pedestrian Signal LED Modules at all signalized intersections on the Surface
Transportation System.

176

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 15-21

TRAFFIC SIGNAL LED REPLACEMENT-NATIONAL HIGHWAY PERFORMANCE PROGRAM.


Replace Traffic and Pedestrian Signal LED Modules at all signalized intersections on the National
Highway System.

175

FY 15-21

FY 15-21

Construction

TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONSULTANT DESIGN.


This project will support the Traffic Signal Design Groups of DDOT Traffic Operations Administration and
provide traffic signal designs for the city's traffic signal system.

Design

174

Planning/
Study

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

Project ID

Other

Safety

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Asset Management

Asset Management

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Asset Management

Asset Management

Asset Management

Asset Management

Asset Management

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

3,500,000

3,000,000

1,740,000

5,500,000

5,500,000

23,450,000

8,750,000

3,780,000

3,780,000

2,450,000

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 18

FY 18

FY 19

FY 18

FY 16

FY 15

RECONSTRUCTION OF 21ST STREET NW FROM CONSTITUTION AVENUE TO G STREET AND


FROM I STREET TO NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE.
Pavement reconstruction, including improvement of curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals
upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, stormwater management low impact development (LID), and
replace trees.

RECONSTRUCTION OF KENYON ST NW FROM PARK PLACE TO 13TH STREET.


Pavement reconstruction, including improvement of curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals
upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, stormwater management low impact development (LID), and
replace trees.

RECONSTRUCTION OF COLUMBIA RD FROM MICHIGAN AVE./ PARK PLACE TO 15TH STREET.


Pavement reconstruction, including improvement of curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals
upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, stormwater management low impact development (LID), and
replace trees.

REHABILITATION OF I-66 RAMP TO WHITEHURST FREEWAY OVER POTOMAC PARKWAY AND


ROCK CREEK (BRIDGE NO. 1303).
Rehabilitation of the concrete substructures and superstructure and other related miscellaneous repairs.

REHABILITATION OF K STREET NW BRIDGE OVER WHITEHURST FREEWAY RAMP (BRIDGE NO.


1304).
Rehabilitation of the concrete substructures and superstructure and other related miscellaneous repairs.

REHABILITATION OF 16TH ST BRIDGE OVER PINEY BRANCH RD NW (BRIDGE NO. 0022).


Rehabilitation of 16th Street Bridge over Piney Branch Parkway NW, Bridge No. 0022, to include deck
repair and utility replacement to preserve the integrity and extend the life of the masonry and reinforced
concrete arch superstructure. Completion of the interior safety walkways and railings.

190

192

193

194

195

196

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 17

189

FY 15-21

Design

RECONSTRUCTION OF 18TH STREET NW FROM VIRGINIA AVE TO CONNECTICUT AVE/ M


STREET.
Pavement reconstruction, including improvement of curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals
upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, stormwater management low impact development (LID), and
replace trees.

14 of 15

Planning/
Study

URBAN FORESTRY PROGRAM.


Plant new trees, remove dead and diseased trees, treat diseased trees, replace trees, and landscape
along local and Federal roads.

TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS.


This project will support the Traffic Signal Group of DDOT Traffic Operations Administration in providing
traffic engineering studies and signal system analysis and management for the citys roadway system.
This projects mission is to perform signal warrant analyses, to modify and improve vehicular and
pedestrian traffic control systems such as traffic signals, channelization, signs, pavement markings, and
other traffic control measures on and off the Federal-aid Highway system.

CITYWIDE TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT (NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM


ROUTES).
Install new and modify existing traffic signals on the National Highway System (National Highway
Performance Program).

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

188

187

184

Project ID

FY 21

FY 19

FY 19

FY 19

FY 17,19

FY 15-21

Construction

Other

Bridge/Tunnel

Bridge/Tunnel

Bridge/Tunnel

Streetscape/Public Space

Streetscape/Public Space

Streetscape/Public Space

Streetscape/Public Space

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Asset Management

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

10,000,000

7,000,000

6,000,000

1,000,000

6,500,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

7,200,000

2,800,000

8,358,907

Total Requested
Obligation

FY 15

FY 20

FY 16

Planning
FY 15

DIESEL IDLE REDUCTION PROGRAM.


The Diesel Idle Reduction Program identifies and implements projects that reduce Particulate Matter (PM)
2.5 emissions in the District of Columbia.

RECONSTRUCTION OF HARVARD STREET NW FROM 16TH STREET TO GEORGIA AVE.


Pavement reconstruction on Harvard Street from 16th Street to Georgia Ave, improve curb and gutter,
sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals, upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, add stormwater
management low impact development (LID) median planter, and replace trees.

REHABILITATION OF 14TH STREET SW BRIDGE OVER STREETCAR TERMINAL.


Rehabilitation of the concrete substructures and superstructure and other related miscellaneous repairs.

KENILWORTH TERRACE BRIDGE OVER WATTS BRANCH.


Project scope includes applying waterproof seal to the entire timber structure, repair the reinforced
concrete roadway curb, rehabilitation of deck structure of both approach abutments.

REHABILITATION OF ANACOSTIA DRIVE NE OVER ANACOSTIA RIVER OUTLET.


The existing bridge needs total rehabilitation to become efficient and structurally sound as part of the
roadway network and enhancing traffic movement through the corridor. The rehabilitation includes total
replacement of the deck and the compression joint seals over both abutments and the pier.

201

202

203

204

206

207

15 of 15

FY 17

Planning
FY 15

SECURITY AUDIT FOR TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND ITS COMMUNICATION.


The project aims to inventory the current traffic and networking infrastructure in DDOT, taking into account
the proposed upgrades to the system. Additionally this project will measure the impact of remote attackers
into the system and recommend security measures to mitigate risk. The project aims to develop required
measures to secure newly proposed fiber optic systems and develop Standard Operating Procedures
(SOP) in case of threats.

District of Columbia Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

FY 15

MOUNT PLEASANT STREET LIGHTING UPGRADE.


Lighting upgrade with complete system including manhole, conduit LED lights, and Historic Washington
Globe pole/fixture.

200

FY 15

FY 15

STREETLIGHT UPGRADE ON MASSACHUSETTS AVE FROM 19TH ST SE TO 6TH ST NE.


The objective of this project is to upgrade the condition of existing streetlights in this corridor. The project
includes replacing the existing lights with new LED lights, installing new conduit system, manholes, and
cables.

199

FY 21

FY 21

FY 17

FY 15

FY 15

THOMAS CIRCLE TUNNEL LIGHTS CONVERSION TO LED LIGHTS.


The objective of this project is to upgrade the existing condition of the tunnel lights and controller under the
Thomas Circle Tunnel. The project includes replacing the existing lights with new LED lights, installing the
new conduit system, and cables. This will be the first tunnel LED lighting conversion project.

FY 21

Construction

198

Design

FY 15

Planning/
Study

REHABILITATION OF EASTERN AVENUE FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE NE TO WHITTER ST NW.


Rehabilitate or reconstruct asphalt overlay on concrete pavement, replace deteriorated catch basins,
manholes, curb, and ramps.

Project Name and Description


(Project Name in CAPITAL LETTERS)

197

Project ID

Other

Bridge/Tunnel

Bridge/Tunnel

Bridge/Tunnel

Streetscape/Public Space

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Planning/Programming/Fiscal/
Administrative

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Stormwater & Other


Infrastructure

Streetscape/Public Space

Project Category

Fiscal Years 2015-2021 Project List

8,900,000

3,125,000

6,000,000

1,000,000

1,200,000

150,000

2,000,000

2,900,000

1,500,000

4,323,500

Total Requested
Obligation

Appendix C: moveDC Title VI Population Index Analysis

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Appendix D: District Projects Included in the FY 2015-2020 TIP

PROGRAM CODES AND ABBREVIATIONS


(1) CODES FOR PROJECT PHASE
These abbreviations are used after the dollar figures in the tables to indicate the purpose of
funding:
Planning or Preliminary Engineering ..................................................................... a
Rightofway Acquisition ....................................................................................... b
Construction .......................................................................................................... c
Study ..................................................................................................................... d
Other (Operations, bus purchases, etc.) ............................................................... e
(2) ABBREVIATIONS FOR SOURCE OF FUNDS
Identification of the funding source is for programming purposes only, and does not necessarily
represent approval from the appropriate federal agency.
FHWA TITLE I
ARRA ........................................ American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
BR ............................................ Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program
CMAQ ....................................... Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program
DEMO ....................................... Demonstration
Earmark ................................... Federal Earmark
EB/MG ..................................... Equity Balance/Minimum Guarantee
FLHP ......................................... Federal Lands Highway Program
HES/STP ................................... Hazard Elimination Safety (STP)
HPP .......................................... High Priority Project
HSIP ......................................... Highway Safety Improvement Program (STP)
IM ............................................. Interstate Maintenance
NHS .......................................... National Highway System
NHCBP ...................................... National Historic Covered Bridge Preservation Program
PRP .......................................... Park Roads and Parkways
RSTP ........................................ Regional Surface Transportation Program
SPR .......................................... State Planning & ResearchMetropolitan Planning
SRTS .......................................... Safe Routes to School Program
STP ........................................... Surface Transportation Program
STP/E ........................................ Enhancements
FTA TITLE III
ARRA/TIGER ............................ Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery
PRIIA ........................................ Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008
Section 5303 ............................ Planning Program
Section 5307 ............................ Urbanized Area Formula Program
Section 5308 ............................ Clean Fuels Grant Program
Section 5309 ............................ Capital Program
Section 5309B ........................ Bus
Section 5309FG ...................... Fixed Guideway
Section 5309NS ...................... New Starts
Section 5309SGR ..................... State of Good Repair
Section 5310 ............................ Elderly & Persons with Disabilities Program

Section 5311 ............................ NonUrbanized Area Formula Program


Section 5316 ............................ Job Access/Reverse Commute (JARC)
Section 5317 ............................ New Freedom
Other Funding Sources
AC, ACC .................................... Advanced Construction, Conversion
AMTRAK ................................... AMTRAK
BD ............................................. Bonds (local or state)
DOD .......................................... Department of Defense
FRA ........................................... Federal Railroad Administration Earmark
FSG ........................................... Federal Security Grant (Dept. of Homeland Security)
GSA ........................................... General Services Administration Earmark
GARVEE .................................... Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicles (Bonds)
Local ......................................... Local Funds
NPS ........................................... National Park Service
NRT .......................................... National Recreational Trails
PRIV .......................................... Private Developer
PL .............................................. Public Lands
REVSH ....................................... Revenue Sharing
State/DC ................................... State or District of Columbia funds
State/Local ............................... Combination State and Local funding
TD ............................................. Tax District
TF .............................................. Toll Financing

DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA
Surface Transportation

D1

Transit Capital

D 27

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

DDOT
Interstate
11th Street Bridges and Interchange Reconstruction
TIP ID: 3193

Agency ID: CD056A

Facility: 11th Street Bridge and Interchan


From:

Title: 11th Street Bridges SE, Replace and Reconfigure


NHPP

80/20/0

22,500 c

7,000 c

Complete:

Total Cost:

12,000
Total Funds:

To:
Description: To replace existing structure with new structures and provide direct access from I-295 to Downtown DC (via I-395).

TIP ID: 5554

Agency ID: HTF02A

Title: Garvee Bond Debt Service

Facility:
NHPP
80/20/0
From:
To:
Description: This project consist of rehabilitation of existing deck, steel beams.

Complete:

11,763 c

11,768 c

$37,500

5,000 c

11,770 c

11,774 c

11,772 c

Total Cost:
11,771 c

12,000

$82,390

11,771 c

70,626

Total Funds:

70,626

Rehabilitation of I-395 HOV Bridge over Potomac River


TIP ID: 6187

Agency ID: MRR27A

Facility: I-395 HOV


From: Over Potomac River
To: Over Potomac River

Title: Rehabilitation of I-395 HOV Bridge over Potomac River


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

750 a

$39,250

38,500 c

38,500

Total Funds:

38,500

Description: Repair extensive pier cracking, superstructure and substructure rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation of I-66 Ramp to Whitehurst Freeway over Potomac Pkwy and Rock Creek (Bridge No.1303)
TIP ID: 6416

Agency ID:

Facility: I-66 Ramp to Whitehurst Freeeway over Pot


From: I-66 Ramp

Title: Rehabilitation of I-66 Ramp to Whitehurst Freeway over Potomac Pkw Complete: 2019 Total Cost:
NHPP

80/20/0

1,000 a

5,000 c

Total Funds:
To: Whitehurst Freeway over Potomac Pkwy and
Description: Rehabilitation of the concrete substructures and superstructure and other related miscellaneous repairs of I-66 Ramp to Whitehurst Freeway over Potomac Pkwy and Rock Creek
(Bridge No. 1303).

Interstate

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

$6,000
6,000
6,000

D-1

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Return to LEnfant
TIP ID: 5718

Agency ID:

Facility: I Center Leg Freeway

Title: Return to LEnfant


PRIV

0/0/0

From: Massachusetts Avenue, NW


To: E St., NW (Between 2nd & 3rd)

Complete:
12,000 a

50,000 c

Total Cost:

$27,000

50,000 c

100,000

100,000 c

Total Funds:

100,000

Description: This project is intedtd to accommodate planned growth with maintaining the functionality of the local and regional transportation system, enhance vehicular, pedestrian, and
bicycle connection around and across the freeway. Support the full development potential and re-establish the L'Enfant Plan street grid. In addition to an EA, the project will
require an Interstate Modification Report (IMR). The implementation of this project will be privately funded.
a. Transfer excess right of way to a developer (Mass Ave, E Street, 2nd Street, and 3rd Street; exclusive of F Street and G Street).
b.Eliminate the SB entrance ramp from 3rd Street to I-395 and exit ramp to 3rd Street to I-39. SB access will be maintained via entrance ramp and portal located on
Massachusetts Avenue.
c. Re-align NB 2nd Street ramp.
d. Re-establish F Street and G Street between 2nd Street and 3rd Street.

Primary
Anacostia Waterfront Initiative
TIP ID: 5957

Agency ID: AW0, EW002C

Facility: Pennsylvania Ave and Potomac Circle


From:

Title: Pennsylvania Ave/Potomac Circle


HSIP

80/20/0

Complete:
1,000 a

Total Cost:

$5,750

4,750 c

5,750

Total Funds:
To:
Description: Convert the former I-695 freeway into Southeast Boulevard and to reconfigure Barney Circle to provide at grade access and neighborhood connectivity to the waterfront. Improve
pedestrian and bicycle access to the Sousa Bridge and along proposed Southeast Boulevard to the 11th Street Bridges.

5,750

Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety improvements including reconfiguration of the Pennsylvania Ave/Potomac Avenue intersection, new signals and crosswalks and improvement
access to the Potomac Metro station.

TIP ID: 5723

Agency ID: AW027A

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: St. Elizabeths Campuses Access Improvements


GSA Earmark

80/20/0

6,420 a

Complete:
2,440 a
43,900 c

31,420 c

Total Cost:

$108,980

24,800 c

108,980

Total Funds:

108,980

Description: Multimodal transportation improvements to accommodate the DHS consolidation at ST. Elizabeths East and West Campuses, and other nearby development. West Campus
project will improve access and transportation flow in and around the area. Improvements include I-295 interchange reconfigurations, roadway, safety, ITS and operational
improvements to nearby streets. Project details include:
a.
b.
c.

Primary

I-295 interchange reconfigurations I-295/Malcolm X Ave., I-295/South Capitol St.; Malcolm X Ave. east and west of I-295- (PE)
Roadway infrastructure in and around the two campuses 13th St., Sycamore St., Dogwood St., Pecan St. Cypress St., and West Campus Access Rd. - (PE)
MLK Ave, Malcolm X Ave., Firth Sterling, Alabama Ave. - (PE)

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D-2

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5802

Agency ID: CD044A

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: Program Manager AWI


NHPP

80/20/0

FY
2018

Complete:
7,500 a

7,500 a

7,500 a

7,000 a

6,500 a

FY
2019

FY
2020

Total Cost:
6,000 a

Source
Total

$52,500

5,500 a

40,000

Total Funds:

40,000

Description: Consultant services to supplement the NEPA process and implement design and construction of the AWI corridors. Work includes surveys; geotechnical and environmental
investigation and testingpreliminary ;roadway and bridge design and CE services during construction. Funding will be used for construction oversight and consultant services.

TIP ID: 3290

Agency ID: SR049A

Facility: Kenilworth Ave, NE


From: East Capitol St Ramp
To: Rail Over Pass north of Benning Rd

Title: Reconstruction of Kenilworth Avenue, NE


NHPP

80/20/0

NHS

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

13,050 c

$13,050
13,050

750 a

Total Funds:

13,050

Description: Design of Kenilworth Ave/I295 from East Capitol Street, NE to Penn Rail Road Bridge over pass is a total reconstruction project. The length of the project is about 2,600 both
directions. The design project will include upgrade of the existing curb and gutter, replace existing fences, remove the existing temporary Jersey Barriers and replace with
permanent Jersey Barriers and address the current hydraulic problem.

South Capitol Street


TIP ID: 6038

Agency ID:

Title: Garvee Debt Service

Facility:
NHPP
80/20/0
From:
To:
Description: DDOT will use future FHWA annual allocations to pay service on the bonds.

Primary

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

Complete:
12,320 c

18,030 c

Total Cost:
18,030 c

18,030 c

66,410

Total Funds:

66,410

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D-3

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 3423

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Agency ID: AW011, AW024A Title: South Capitol Street Corridor

Facility:
From: N St, MLK Ave, Suitland Pkwy, Memorial Bri
To:

DEMO

80/20/0

GARVEE

80/20/0

NHPP

80/20/0

State

0/100/0

36,018 c

FY
2018

Complete:
43,350 c

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Total Cost:

$554,172

7,600 c

50,950
48,690 c

51,438 c

84,270 c

76,330 c

22,320 c

22,320 c

4,294 c

24,303 c

34,420 c

209,290
22,320 c

66,960
114,455

Total Funds:

441,655

Description: Redevelopment of the South Capitol Street corridor is a part of the Anacostia Waterfront Initiative. Concept plans for the replacement of the Frederick Douglas Memorial Bridge
are under development as part of the EIS currently being prepared for the corridor.
a.
New Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge: Full replacement and realignment of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge.
b.
Reconfigure the interchange at Suitland Parkway and I-295: The improvements include the removal of existing cloverleaf ramps at the interchange, replacing them with a
diamond interchange. The diamond interchange will include two at-grade signalized intersections, one at the I-295 northbound ramps and the other at I-295 southbound ramps.
c.
Reconfigure the interchange at Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. and Suitland Parkway. The existing MLK Jr. Bridge over Suitland Parkway will be replaced and a center ramp
signalized interchange will be created to allow full movements to and from Suitland Parkway to MLK Jr. Ave.
d.
Boulevard streetscape treatments along South Capitol Street from between N Street and the SE/SW Freeway. In this segment, South Capitol Street will be rebuilt as a sixlane boulevard divided by a landscaped median.
e.
New Jersey Avenue Streetscape improvements: The streetscape concept will restore a consistent design to the avenue between the SE-SW Freeway and M Street SE.

Secondary
Columbia Road NW, Reconstruction 16th to 18th Streets and Resurface 18th Street to Conn Ave
TIP ID: 6189

Agency ID: MRR24A

Facility: Columbia Road, NW


From: 16th Street, NW

Title: Columbia Road, NW, Reconstruction 16th to 18th Streets and Resurfa Complete:
STP

80/20/0

Total Cost:
1,000 a

Total Funds:
To: Connecticut Ave, NW
Description: Pavement reconstruction from 16th to 18th Street to remove old streetcar tracks and Resurface from 18th Street to Connecticut Ave. Improve curb and gutter, sidewalk,
streetlight, traffic signals, upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, add LID's, median planter and replace trees.

$1,000
1,000
1,000

Florida Avenue Transportation Study


TIP ID: 6195

Agency ID: ZU033A

Facility: Florida Avenue, NE


From: 1St Street, NE

Title: Florida Avenue Transportation Study


STP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

1,000 a

1,000

Total Funds:
To: H Street, NE
Description: Implementation of Florida Avenue Transportation Study recommendations, which may include reconstruction of Florida Ave from Benning Rd to New York Ave, safety
improvements and streetscape upgrades.

Secondary

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

$12,000

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

1,000

D-4

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

Maryland Avenue Pedestrian Safety Project


TIP ID: 6014

Agency ID: SR088A

Facility: Maryland Ave. NE


From: 2nd Street NE

Title: Maryland Avenue NE Road Diet


STP

Complete:

80/20/0

300 a

Total Cost:

3,300 c

$3,600
3,600

Total Funds:

To: 15th Street NE


Description: To improve pedestrian safety on Maryland Avenue from 2nd Street to 15th Street NE.

3,600

Mid City East


TIP ID: 6184

Agency ID: OSS14A

Facility: Eckington, Bloomingdale, LeDroit, Hannover


From: Eckington

Title: Mid City East


STP

Complete:

80/20/0

500 d

Total Cost:

2,500 c

$3,000
3,000

Total Funds:
To: Shaw
Description: The Mid City East Livability Study seeks to improve physical connectivity among the neighborhoods of Mid City East and their connections to the opportunities and assets of the
larger city. Local transportation networks are envisioned as safe and comfortable for travelers of all ages and abilities,contributing to the health of the community and environment
and celebrating local identity.
The study covers the neighborhoods of Eckington, Bloomingdale, LeDroit, Hannover-Bates, and parts of Shaw.

3,000

Neighborhood Roadside Improvements


TIP ID: 5295

Agency ID: SR071A, SR073

Facility: 17th Street Corridor


From:

Title: Capitol Hill Transportation Study Infrastructure Improvements


STP

80/20/0

5,850 c

Complete:

Total Cost:

8,000 c

$8,000
8,000

Total Funds:
To:
Description: The project includes the design and/or construction of infrastructure improvements recommended in the Capitol Hill Transportation Study. The improvements aim to enhance
pedestrian and vehicle safety, traffic calming, neighborhood circulation and access at select intersections and streets throughout Capitol Hill.

8,000

Review of Capitol Hill Study recommendation to address today's safety and transportation issues along this corridor.
A. Capitol Hill Infrastructure Improvements, 17th St

Reconstruction of 18th Street, NW from Virginia Ave to Connecticut Ave/M Street


TIP ID: 6412

Agency ID:

Facility: 18th Street NW


From: Virginia Ave NW

Title: Reconstruction of 18th Street, NW from Virginia Ave to Connecticut A Complete: 2018 Total Cost:
STP

80/20/0

1,000 a

Total Funds:
To: M Street NW
Description: Pavement reconstruction including improvement of curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, LID's, and replace trees.

Secondary

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

$1,000
1,000
1,000

D-5

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

Reconstruction of 21st Street, NW from Constitution Ave to G Street and from I Street to New Hampshi
TIP ID: 6413

Agency ID:

Facility: 21st Street NW


From: Constitution Ave NW / I Street NW

Title: Reconstruction of 21st Street, NW from Constitution Ave to G Street


STP

80/20/0

Complete: 2020 Total Cost:


1,000 a

$1,000
1,000

Total Funds:
To: G Street NW / New Hampshire Ave NW
Description: Pavement reconstruction including improvement of curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, LID's, and replace trees on
21st Street NW, from Constitution Ave to G Street and from I Street NW to New Hampshire Ave NW

1,000

Reconstruction of Columbia Rd NW from Michigan Ave./Park Place to 15th Street


TIP ID: 6415

Agency ID:

Facility: Columbia Rd NW
From: Michigan Ave NW/ Park Place NW

Title: Reconstruction of Columbia Rd NW from Michigan Ave NW/Park Plac


STP

Complete: 2020 Total Cost:

80/20/0

1,000 d

Total Funds:
To: 15th Street NW
Description: Pavement reconstruction including improvement of curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, LID's, and replace trees on
Columbia Rd NW from Michigan Ave/Park Place to 15th Street NW

$1,000
1,000
1,000

Reconstruction of Harvard Street NW from 16th Street NW to Georgia Ave NW


TIP ID: 6425

Agency ID:

Facility: Harvard Street NW


From: 16th Street, NW

Title: Reconstruction of Harvard Street NW from 16th St NW to Georgia Ave Complete: 2020 Total Cost:
STP

80/20/0

1,000 a

$1,000
1,000

Total Funds:
To: Georgia Avenue NW
Description: Pavement reconstruction from Harvard Street from 16th Street to Georgia Ave, Improve Curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals, upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch
basins, add LID's median planter and replace trees.

1,000

Reconstruction of Kenyon Street NW from Park Place to 13th Street


TIP ID: 6414

Agency ID:

Facility: Kenyon Street NW


From: Park Place NW

Title: Reconstruction of Kenyon Street NW from Park Place NW to 13th Stre Complete: 2021 Total Cost:
STP

80/20/0

1,000 a

5,500 c

Total Funds:
To: 13th Street NW
Description: Pavement reconstruction including improvement of curb and gutter, sidewalk, streetlight, traffic signals upgrade ADA ramps, drainage catch basins, LID's, and replace trees on
Kenyon Street NW from Park Place NW to 13th Street NW

Secondary

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

$6,500
6,500
6,500

D-6

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

Rehabilitation of Eastern Avenue NE from New Hamphire Ave, NE to Whitter Street NW


TIP ID: 6419

Agency ID:

Facility: Eastern Avenue NE


From: New Hampshire Ave NE

Title: Rehabilitation of Eastern Avenue NE from New Hampshire Ave, NE to


STP

80/20/0

Complete: 2021 Total Cost:

$4,323

500 a

500
Total Funds:

To: Whitter Street NW


Description: Rehabilitate of Reconstruct Asphalt Overlay on concrete pavement, replace deteriorated catch basins, manholes, curb and ramps

500

Bike/Ped
District-wide Bicycle and Pedestrian Management Program
TIP ID: 3232

Agency ID: CM064A, ZUT06

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Title: Bicycle and Pedestrian Management Program


CMAQ

80/20/0

2,935 c

Complete:

250 a
165 c

165 c

1,165 c

605 c

Total Cost:
165 c

165 c

2,680

Total Funds:

2,680

Description: The goal of this project is to increase the safety and convenience of bicycle and pedestrian travel. It includes the widening of existing routes, curve realignment, grade reduction,
and signage and lighting upgrades. Included in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Management Program is:
a. Bicycle Parking Racks
b. Bicycle Lanes and Signs (mark dedicated bicycle lanes, including signage)
c. BIKE_Capital Bikeshare (CaBi)

East Capitol Street Pedestrian Safety Project


TIP ID: 6315

Agency ID: SR086A

Facility: Street
From:

Title: East Capitol Street Corridor Mobility & Safety Plan


STP

80/20/0

To:
Description: Design and Construct pedestrian safety and traffic operations improvements

Bike/Ped

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

400 a

Complete:

Total Cost:
3,300 c

$3,800
3,700

Total Funds:

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

3,700

D-7

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

Metropolitan Branch Trail


TIP ID: 3228

Agency ID: AF073A, ZU024A Title: Metropolitan Branch Trail

Facility: Union Station District Line


From:
To:

Complete:

CMAQ

80/20/0

400 a

DEMO

80/20/0

732 a

Total Cost:

5,500 c

$7,432
5,500

500 a
1,200 c

1,700

Total Funds:

7,200

Description: The Metropolitan Branch Trail project will provide a 6.25-mile bicycle/pedestrian trail from Union Station north to the District Line along the railroad right-of-way. This trail will
connect at the District line with a route continuing into Silver Spring MD. This project is intended to serve both recreational users and commuters to meet Transportation Control
Measures (TCMs) and air quality objectives.
a. L & M St.
b. Ft. Totten

National Recreational Trails


TIP ID: 2796

Agency ID: AF066A

Facility: Citywide
From:

Title: National Recreational Trails


NRT

80/20/0

1,125 a

Complete:
300 a

300 a

300 a

300 a

Total Cost:
300 a

$2,100

300 a

1,800

Total Funds:
To:
Description: Programs associated with the Recreational Trails Program a program established to develop and maintain recreational trails and trail-related facilities. Mostly small projects;
often grants to local groups.

1,800

Through the D.C. Recreational Trails Program Advisory Committee, the Department of Transportation will provide or grant funding to non-profits to provide the following services
for District trails: maintain and restore existing trails; develop and rehabilitate trailside and trailhead facilities and trail linkages; purchase and lease trail construction and
maintenance equipment; construct new trails; acquire easements or property for trails; assess trail conditions for accessibility and maintenance; develop and disseminate
publications and operate educational programs to promote safety and environmental protection related to trails (including supporting non-law enforcement trail safety and trail use
monitoring patrol programs, and providing trail-related training).

TIP ID: 6243

Agency ID: ZU009A

Facility: paved mulit-use trail


From:

Title: Suitland Parkway Trail Rehabilitation


NRT

80/20/0

300 a

DDOT

100 a

Total Cost:

3,300 c

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

$3,600
3,400

Total Funds:

To:
Description: Rehabilitate the Suitland Parkway Trail

Bike/Ped

Complete:

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

3,400

D-8

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 6230

Agency ID: ZU010A

Facility: Paved trail/sidewalk


From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: New York Avenue Trail


CMAQ

80/20/0

FY
2018

Complete:
400 a

300 a

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Total Cost:

$3,600

3,300 c

3,600
Total Funds:

3,600

Description: Design and build a new trail along New York Avenue NE.

Oxon Run Trail Restoration


TIP ID: 2780

Agency ID: AF089A

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Oxon Run Trail Restoration


NRT

80/20/0

STP

80/20/0

Complete:

488 a

Total Cost:

$12,500

150 a

150

9,650 c

9,650
Total Funds:

9,800

Description: The purpose of this project is to improve access within Oxon Run Park and the non-motorized network connections to surrounding destinations by rehabilitation the existing trails,
as well as extending the trail network. The park is a central open space area within Southeast D.C. with miles of disconnected existing trails in degraded condition. The trail will be
an important non-motorized Study Area. Alabama Ave, Southern Ave, 4th St, 1st St, South Capitol St, Mississippi Ave, Stanton Rd, Overlook Ave, Martin Luther King Jr Ave,
Branch Ave, 6th St, Good Hope Rd, Atlantic St, Wheeler Rd, Naylor Rd, 23rd St, 2nd St, Morris Rd, Howard Rd, Malcolm X Ave, 25th St, Shepherd Pky, W St, Pennsylvania Ave,
Blue Plains Dr, 27th St, 38th St, Chesapeake St, Galve ston St, V St, 13th St, Naylor Rd, Southern Ave, 295, 95, 210, 414, 5, Oxon Run Trail, Proposed South Capitol St Trail,
Other Existing Trails, Other Proposed Trails, Metro 0 0.5 1 2 ,Park Area Miles, Maryland Blue Plains, Water Treatment Facility, NAVY Annex, Bolling Air Force Base, Oxon Run
Park, Oxon Run Trail Context Map, District of Columbia Bald Eagle Recreation Center, St. Elizabeths Campus, Eastover Plaza, Town of Forest Heights MD, DC Village, Congress
Heights, Oxon Cove Park, Suitland Parkway, Bell Acres Park(MNCPPC), Audrey Ln, Southern Ave ,To Points North In Maryland, To Points South In Maryland, The ARC ,South
Capitol St, To Points North in Washington, Naylor Road, National Harbor, Bellvue Neighborhood, Anacostia, National Airport, City of Alexandria, Figure 1: Oxon Run trail context
map 5 transportation route providing direct access from Southeast D.C. neighborhoods near the Southern Avenue metro station to the Bald Eagle Recreational Center in the
Bellevue neighborhood, and Oxon Cove Park/Oxon Hill Farm, which connects to National Harbor in Maryland. The trail network will eventually connect to the D.C. Village
development area, S. Capitol Street, neighborhoods adjacent to the Anacostia River, and downtown Washington D.C.

Rock Creek Park Trail


TIP ID: 3230

Agency ID: AF005A

Facility: M Street to Beach Drive


From: Piney Branch Pkwy
To: 16th Street

Title: Rock Creek Park Trail


CMAQ

80/20/0

DEMO

80/20/0

Complete:
3,000 c

Total Cost:

5,050 c

$8,550
8,050

500 a

Total Funds:

8,050

Description: Rehabilitate the paved trail in Rock Creek Park including selected widening, resurfacing, new connections, and a new bridge south of the Zoo tunnel. Retaining wall repair on
Piney Branch.

Bike/Ped

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D-9

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Safe Routes to School


TIP ID: 2888

Agency ID: CM086A

Facility: Safe Routes to School


From:

Title: Safe Routes to School


SRTS

100/0/0

Complete:
1,151 c

1,151 c

1,151 c

1,151 c

Total Cost:
1,151 c

$10,406

1,151 c

6,906

Total Funds:
To:
Description: To enable and encourage children, including those with disabilities, to walk and bicycle to school, to make walking and bicycling to school safe and more appealing, and to
facilitate the planning, development and implementation of projects that will improve safety, and reduce traffic, fuel consumption, and air pollution in the vicinity of schools.

6,906

4,651 c

Increase walking and bicycling to school and associated safety through planning, engineering, education, and enforcement.

South Capitol Street Trail


TIP ID: 6114

Agency ID: ZUT10C

Title: South Capitol Street Trail

Complete:

Facility:
700 a
CMAQ
80/20/0
From:
To:
Description: Design and construct a paved bicycle and pedestrian trail along South Capitol Street based on the 2010 concept plan.

Total Cost:

7,700 c

7,700
Total Funds:

7,700

Bridge
Anacostia Freeway Bridges over Nicholson Street SE
TIP ID: 6082

Agency ID: MRR15A

Facility: Anacostia Freeway Bridges at Nicholson


From:
To:

Title: Anacostia Freeway Bridges over Nicholson Street SE (Bridges #1001


NHPP

80/20/0

1,000 a

Complete:

Total Cost:

$8,000

9,500 c

9,500
Total Funds:

9,500

Description: Rehabilitation of subject bridges to eliminate all deficiencies and to make the facility safe for the traveling public. Two bridges are structually deficient and must be rehabilitated
under the requirements of MAP21.

H Street Bridge over Amtrak


TIP ID: 6039

Agency ID: CD054A

Facility: H Street NE
From: North Capitol Street
To: 3rd Street NE

Title: H Street Bridge over Railroad


NHPP

80/20/0

500 a

Complete: 2021 Total Cost:


4,250 c

6,500 c

$22,750

12,000 c

22,750

Total Funds:

22,750

Description: Conduct environmental assessments. Prepare concept designs, design plans and specifications and construct documents for bridge replacement/rehabilitation. Includes work on
the H Street NE Bridge from North Capitol St. to 3rd St. NE.

Bridge

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 10

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Long Bridge Study


TIP ID: 5711

Agency ID: MRR08A

Facility: Long Bridge


From: Virginia Interface
To: 12th Street, SW

Title: Long Bridge Study


ARRA

100/0/0

ARRA/TIGER

100/0/0

PRIV

0/0/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

$588,000

1,700 d

5,000 a

5,000

5,100 d

Total Funds:

5,000

Description: The Long Bridge is a two-track railroad bridge owned and maintained by CSX. The project is to look at the bridge's structural, capacity, and operational needs for to accommodate
freight, passenger, and multi-modal connectivity.

Monroe Street, NE Bridge over CSX & WMATA


TIP ID: 6197

Agency ID: MRR26A

Facility: Monroe Street Bridge


From:
To:

Title: Monroe Street, NE Bridge over CSX & WMATA


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete:

1,700 a

Total Cost:

$22,400

20,700 c

20,700

Total Funds:

20,700

Description: Existing Monroe Street Bridge over Metro tracks is in poor condition. This project is for the Bridge replacement.

Rehabilitation of 14th Street, SW Bridge over Streetcar Terminal


TIP ID: 6426

Agency ID:

Facility: 14 Street SW Bridge over Streetcar Terminal


From:

Title: Rehabilitation of 14th Street, SW Bridge over Streetcar Terminal


NHPP

80/20/0

500 a

Complete: 2017 Total Cost:

5,500 c

6,000
Total Funds:

To:
Description: Rehabilitation of the concrete substructures and superstructure and other related miscellaneous repairs.

$6,000
6,000

Rehabilitation of 16th St Bridge over Piney Branch Rd, NW (Bridge No. 0022)
TIP ID: 6418

Agency ID:

Facility: 16th St Bridge NW over Piney Branch Rd. N


From:

Title: Rehabilitation of 16th St Bridge over Piney Branch Rd. NW (Bridge N


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete: 2021 Total Cost:

1,000 a

1,000
Total Funds:

To:

$10,000

1,000

Description: Rehabilitation of 16th Street Bridge over Piney Branch Parkway, NW, Bridge No. 0022, to include deck repair, utlity replacement to preserve the integrity and extend the life of the
masonry and reinforced concrete arch superstructure. Completion of the interior safety walkways, and railings

Bridge

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 11

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Rehabilitation of K Street NW Bridge, over Whitehurst Freeway Ramp (Bridge No. 1304)
TIP ID: 6417

Agency ID:

Facility: K Street Bridge over Whitehurst Freeway Ra


From:

Title: Rehabilitation of K Street NW Bridge, over Whitehurst Freeway Ramp


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete: 2019 Total Cost:

1,000 a

$7,000

6,000 c

7,000

Total Funds:
To:
Description: Rehabilitation of the concrete substructures and superstructure and other related miscellaneous repairs on K Street NW Bridge, over Whitehurst Freeway Ramp (Bridge No. 1304).

7,000

Roadway and Bridge Improvement on Southern Avenue and Winkle Doodle Branch Bridge
TIP ID: 5353

Agency ID: ED028A

Facility: Souther n Avenue


From: South Capitol Street
To: 23rd Street

Title: Roadway and Bridge Improvement on Southern Avenue and Bridge #


STP

80/20/0

1,100 a

1,100 a

Complete:

Total Cost:

15,100 c

$19,100
16,200

Total Funds:

16,200

Description: The purpose of this project is to identify solutions that improve the livability of the Southern Avenue corridor from South Capitol Street SE to 23rd Street SE.

Enhancement
Transportation Enhancements Program
TIP ID: 3210

Agency ID: AF049A

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Title: Transportation Alternatives Program


STP

80/20/0

2,300 a

Complete:
1,150 a

1,150 a

1,150 a

1,150 a

Total Cost:
1,150 a

$8,050

1,150 a

6,900

Total Funds:

6,900

Description: The Transportation Enhancements program is federally funded through the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21). The program funds projects that aim to
strengthen the cultural, aesthetic, and environmental aspects of the nation's intermodal transportation system. Categories include pedestrian and bicycle facilities, scenic and
historic preservation, archeological research, and environmental mitigation of runoff pollution.

Enhancement

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 12

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

ITS
Traffic Operations Improvements Citywide
TIP ID: 3216

Agency ID: OSS07A, CI060A Title: Traffic Operations Improvements Citywide

Facility:
From:
To:

DEMO

80/20/0

96 a

NHPP

80/20/0

428 c

NHS

80/20/0

310 a

STP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

437 c

437 c

477 c

477 c

477 c

477 c

2,782

1,000 a
7,700 c

1,000 a
7,800 c

1,000 a
7,900 c

1,000 a
8,000 c

1,000 a
8,000 c

1,000 a
8,000 c

56,700

17,365 c
1,500 e

650 e

600 e

600 e

550 e

500 e

400 e

2,700 a

Total Funds:

59,482

Description: This project modifies and improves vehicular and pedestrian traffic control systems, such as traffic signals, channelization, signs, pavement markings, and other traffic control
measures on and off the Federal-aid highway system. Includes installation of a variety of traffic engineering devices and construction of nominal geometric alterations. The project
will preserve and promote the efficient use of existing city streets through changes in the organization of vehicular and pedestrian traffic flows. Projects include:
a.ITS On Call Technical Support Services
b.MATOC Annual Fee
c.Traffic Management Center Operations
d.Citywide Thermoplastic Pavement Markings
e. Advanced Traffic Management System
f. Infrastructure Information Technology Support Services

TIP ID: 6283

Agency ID: PM0A4A

Facility: Rochambeau Bridge, I-395, SW/SE Freeway


From:

Title: Managed Lanes


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete:
5,000 a

380 a

Total Cost:

5,309 a

$21,309
5,689

Total Funds:
5,689
To:
Description: The project is to perform a high level feasibility review to identify any potential flaws or major obstacles to completing the project as a public-private partnership (P3) and lay out the
critical path to moving the project forward. Phase I: to include NEPA, design, and construction for Rochambeau Bridge. Phase II: to include NEPA, design, and construction for the
SE/SW Freeway. Phase III: to include NEPA, design, and construction of I-295.

ITS

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 13

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Traffic Signal LED Replacement


TIP ID: 6420

Agency ID:

Facility: Thomas Circle Tunnel


From:

Title: Thomas Circle Tunnel Lights Conversion to LED Lights


STP

80/20/0

Complete: 2015 Total Cost:

200 a
1,300 c

1,500

To:

Total Funds:

1,500

Description: The objective of this project is to upgrade the existing condition of the tunnel lights and controller under the Thomas Circle Tunnel. The project includes replacing the existing lights
with new LED lights, installing the new conduit system, and cables. This will be the first tunnel LED lighting conversion project.

TIP ID: 6115

Agency ID: CI040A

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Traffic Signal LED Replacement

Complete:

Total Cost:

$8,400

NHPP

80/20/0

600 c

540 c

540 c

540 c

540 c

540 c

540 c

3,240

STP

80/20/0

600 c

540 c

540 c

540 c

540 c

540 c

540 c

3,240

Total Funds:

6,480

Description: Replace traffic and pedestrian signal LED modules at all signalized intersections on the surface transportation systems.

Other
Asset Condition Assessment
TIP ID: 5323

Agency ID: MNT06A, SR091

Facility: citywide
From: citywide
To:

Title: Condition Assessment

Complete:

State

0/100/0

700 a

STP

80/20/0

1,650 a

1,000 a

650 a

1,000 a

650 a

Total Cost:

1,000 a

650 a

4,950

Total Funds:

4,950

Description: This project will be used to retain a vendor to perform data collection and analysis of DDOT's pavement conditions.

Cleveland Park Study


TIP ID: 6193

Agency ID: PM0D7A

Facility: Connecticut Ave. NW


From: Porter Street NW

Title: Cleveland Park Study


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete:
526 a

Total Cost:

2,415 c

Total Funds:
To: Macomb Street NW
Description: Implementation of Cleveland Park study recommendations including Connecticut Avenue access lane and neighborhood parking supply, streetscape improvements and
intersection reconfiguration at Porter/Quebec/Connecticut Ave NW.

Other

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

2,941
2,941

D - 14

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

Move DC Implementation
TIP ID: 6185

Agency ID: ZU029A

Facility: Citywide
From: Citywide
To: Citywide

Title: MoveDC Implementation


STP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

500 d

1,000 d

$1,500
500

Total Funds:

500

Description: Advance studies on Tier 1 prioritized projects based on moveDC recommendations.

Planning and Management Systems


TIP ID: 3213

Agency ID: CAL16C, PM304

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Title: Planning and Management Systems


CMAQ

80/20/0

HSIP

80/20/0

SPR

80/20/0

STP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

$49,033

185 a

144 a

149 a

153 a

198 a

157 a

986

359 a

370 a

381 a

392 a

404 a

416 a

2,322

5,800 a

6,800 a

7,000 a

6,500 a

7,000 a

6,500 a

7,000 a

40,800

3,653 a

3,205 a

2,980 a

3,080 a

2,280 a

2,380 a

2,130 a

16,055

Total Funds:

60,163

595 a

Description: a. ADA Ramps


b. Asset Inventory and ADA Compliance
c. Civil Rights/EEO Compliance Monitoring Program
d. Climate Change and Air Quality
e. Constructability and Work Zone Safety Review
f. DBE Support Services
g. District STIP Development
h. Environmental Management System
i. Metropolitan Planning
j. State Planning and Research Program
k. Boundary Stones
l. Research Development and Technology
m. Audit and Compliance

TIP ID: 5322

Agency ID: CM085A

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Preventive Maintenance and Repair of Stormwater Pumping Stations


CMAQ

80/20/0

State

0/100/0

303 a

Complete:

500 a

550 a

600 a

650 a

266 a

274 a

282 a

336 a

Total Cost:
700 a

750 a

$3,336
3,750
1,158

Total Funds:

4,908

Description: Maintain DDOT's environmental management system and update, as necessary, the DDOT Environmental Policy and Process manual. This project will also enable the review
and processing of environmental documentation.

Other

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 15

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 3355

Agency ID: PM086A

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: Professional Capacity-Building Strategy


STP

80/20/0

2,000 a

FY
2018

Complete:

1,000 a

1,000 a

1,000 a

1,000 a

FY
2019

FY
2020

Total Cost:
1,000 a

Source
Total

$7,000

1,000 a

6,000

Total Funds:

6,000

Description: This project provides training and educational experiences to build the technical capability and functional knowledge of DDOT employees to be a high-performing DDOT
organization that will enhance community involvement and improve management's capacity.

Rehabilitation of Anacostia Freeway Bridges over South Capitol Street (Bridge No. 1016 & 1017)
TIP ID: 6097

Agency ID: MRR14A

Facility: Anacostia Freeway over South Capitol Street


From:

Title: Rehabilitation of Anacostia Freeway Bridges over South Capitol Stree Complete:
NHPP

80/20/0

1,000 a

Total Cost:

20,000 c

20,000
Total Funds:

To:

$21,000

20,000

Description: Rehabilitation or replacement of subject bridges to eliminate all structural deficiencies and to make the facilities safe for the traveling public. The bridges are structurally deficient
and must be rehabilitated under the requirements of MAP21.

Roadside Improvements Citywide


TIP ID: 5792

Agency ID: ED0C2A

Facility: C Street/N. Carolina Avenue


From: Oklahoma Avenue

Title: C Street NE Implementation


STP

Complete:

80/20/0

500 a

Total Cost:

4,000 c

4,500
Total Funds:

To: 14th Street NE

4,500

Description: The C Street NE Traffic Calming project will slow traffic on the corridor by reducing at least one vehicular lane of traffic.

TIP ID: 5308

Agency ID: SR070A, ED070

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Neighborhood Streetscape Improvements


NHPP

80/20/0

NHS

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

$22,253

200 a
19,603 c

19,803

2,650 c

2,650

50 b
6,000 c

STP

80/20/0

450 a
1,280 c

Total Funds:

22,453

Description: Improve sidewalks, curbs, gutters, trees, streetlights, traffic signals and trash receptacles. Projects include:
A. 14th Street Streetscape, Thomas Circle - Florida Ave
B. U St. NW Florida Ave. to 14th St.
C. Sheriff Road NE safety improvements from 43rd St. to 51st St.
D. Missouri Avenue, Kansas Avenue, Kennedy Street Intersection Improvements

Other

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 16

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5791

Agency ID: SR085A

Facility:
From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

Title: 16th Street Corridor Study & Operations Plan


NHPP

80/20/0

STP

80/20/0

FY
2017

FY
2018

Complete:

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Total Cost:

$3,000

2,000 a

2,000

300 a
300 d

Total Funds:

2,000

Description: This project will evaluate the operations on 16th Street and develop a plan that optimally balances how different modes utilize the corridor. The work will need to assess the
feasibility of removing the reversible lane on 16th Street between Florida Avenue and Arkansas Avenue, NW. Alternatives may include a median similar to that north of Arkansas
Avenue, and/or a dedicated bus/bicycle lane along the corridor. This project is a follow up to the recommendations made in the Mount Pleasant and Columbia Heights
Transportation Studies as well as the WMATA proposal to run express bus in dedicated lanes on 16th Street. The study should also provide design and alternatives for eastbound
and westbound turning movements from the median into the Columbia Heights or Mount Pleasant neighborhoods.

Roadway Reconstruction Citywide


TIP ID: 2965

Agency ID: SR060A MRR11

Facility: CITYWIDE
From:

Title: Roadway Reconstruction Citywide


HSIP

90/10/0

STP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

1,000 a
12,500 c

$53,900
13,500

To:
1,760 a

1,300 a

21,100 c

18,000 c

40,400

8,000 c

Total Funds:

53,900

Description: This project reconstructs streets and highways on the Federal-aid highway system and other streets with poor pavement condition, drainage, or other reconstruction needs. Total
roadway reconstruction is required when the highway pavement has reached the end of its useful life and can no longer be resurfaced. Streets must be reconstructed once the
base deteriorates or the crown becomes too high, creating an undesirable slope from the center line to each curb. The scope of work includes the removal of deteriorated base
and pavement, repairing the sub-base, replacing or reconstructing pavement and base within the roadway area and resetting or reconstructing curbs and sidewalks. Additional
work includes the installation of wheelchair ramps, bicycle facilities, safety features and landscaping improvements. Projects Include:
a. Oregon Ave. NW, Military Rd. to Western Ave.
b. Rehabilitation of Broad Branch NW
c. Canal Road NW, Chain Bridge to M St.
d. New Jersey Ave., Mass Ave. to N St.

Other

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 17

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Safety Improvements
TIP ID: 3212

Agency ID: CB0, CI0

Facility: Citywide
From:

Title: Safety Improvements Citywide


HSIP

90/10/0

3,254 a
1,563 c

Complete:

Total Cost:

1,060 a
565 c

1,060 a
565 c

3,000 a
565 c

3,000 a
565 c

3,000 a
565 c

3,000 a
565 c

17,510

375 c

50 a
375 c

560 a
375 c

560 a
375 c

560 a
375 c

560 a
375 c

4,540

Total Funds:

22,050

To:
SPR

80/20/0

220 a

STP

80/20/0

1,266 a
1,542 c

Description: Safety improvements provide a safe traveling environment for vehicular traffic, pedestrians and bicycle circulation within the District on Federal-aid and local roads. Work includes
elimination or relocation of roadside visual obstructions; elimination or relocation of roadside obstacles; skid resistance resurfacing; modifications to traffic channeling; median
replacement; traffic signals, signs, and lighting upgrades; installation of pavement markings to eliminate or reduce accidents; and installation of safety fences at overhead
structures. Safety improvements are systematically identified through analyses of accident records, inspections, surveys, and citizen requests. The District maintains an inventory
of locations with the highest number of reported accidents. Funding identified to be obligated District-wide as projects are identified.
a. City-Wide Traffic Safety
b. CW Road Safety Audit Program
c. Pavement Skid Testing
d. Traffic Accident Reporting and Analysis System (TARAS)
f. Traffic Safety Data Center at Howard University
g. Traffic Safety Design Program - HSIP
h. Traffic Safety Engineering Support Services
i. Traffic Sign Inventory Upgrade
j. Traffic Data Collection and Analysis Service

TIP ID: 6240

Agency ID: MRR01A

Facility: I-295/DC-295
From:

Title: Safety and Geometric Improvements of I-295


NHPP

80/20/0

1,500 a

2,000 a

To:

Complete:

Total Cost:
2,500 c

$11,500

6,500 c

11,000

Total Funds:

11,000

Description: Safety improvements and upgrades to SB Entrance and NB left exit ramps at Benning Road; Shoulder widening on DC 295 southbound between Benning Road and East Capitol
Street; Safety improvements and upgrades to meet current design standards at southbound exit ramps to River Terrace and East Capitol Street; Safety improvements and
upgrades to meet current design standards at the westbound Pennsylvania Avenue entrance and exit ramps.

Other

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 18

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Streetscape
TIP ID: 2922

Agency ID: ED064A

Facility: Minnesota Ave


From: A Street, NE

Title: Great Streets - Minnesota Ave, NE


STP

80/20/0

700 a

Complete:
1,000 a

Total Cost:

$15,000

14,000 c

15,000

Total Funds:
To: Sheriff Road, NE
Description: Reconstruction of Minnesota Avenue from A St., SE to Sheriff Rd., NE including LIDs, streetscape. Schedule is impacted by Benning Streetcar study. Project will be phased to
mitigate impacts. Phase 1 will construct from A St. to just south of Benning Road; Phase 2 will follow when streetcar study produces direction as to track route.

TIP ID: 2743

Agency ID: ED0B1A

Facility: Pennsylvania Ave. SE


From: Sousa Bridge

Title: Great Streets - Pennsylvania Ave, SE


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

2,000 a

4,000 a

15,000

2,000

Total Funds:
To: 27th St. SE (west of)
Description: Conduct traffic assessments and provide public review and comment of proposed streetscape design elements. Conduct environmental assessments. Prepare concept designs,
design plans and specifications; construct improvements to sidewalks, curbs, gutters, streets, and tree boxes; replace street trees; and install other streetscape elements.
Construct facilities to improve reliability and safety of transit services, including transit lanes; provide bicycle lanes; and improve pedestrian circulation. Phase II will include work
on Pennsylvania Ave. SE from the Sousa Bridge to west of 27th St. SE.

2,000

Traffic Congestion Mitigation


TIP ID: 2945

Agency ID: CM074A

Facility: citywide
From:

Title: District TDM (goDCgo)


CMAQ

80/20/0

Complete:
2,000 a

1,200 a

1,000 a

1,000 a

1,000 a

Total Cost:
1,000 a

$7,000

1,000 a

6,200

Total Funds:
To:
Description: Identify neighborhoods affected by traffic congestion impacts; determine the causes of traffic congestion; and identify alternative construction projects, traffic management
strategies, and other transportation improvement strategies to reduce traffic congestion. Also, environmental studies will assess how the proposed construction projects or traffic
management studies will impact air and water quality in the District of Columbia. Outreach to residents, employees and visitors about alternative transportation options to special
events and attractions. Provide a multi-modal transportation information resource website (www.goDCgo.com). Create a commuter store that sells fare media and provides trip
planning assistance. The project includes an annual District program and annual allocations.

6,200

a. District TDM/goDCgo: Encourage sustainable travel by District residents, workers and visitors primarily through goDCgo brand. Includes employer outreach, bikeshare and
circulator marketing, special events.

Traffic Signal Maintenance


TIP ID: 6423

Agency ID:

Facility: Citywide
From:

Title: Security Audit for Traffic Signals and ITS Communication


HSIP

90/10/0

Complete: 2015 Total Cost:

150 a

150

Total Funds:
To:
Description: The project aim to make an inventory of the currebt traffic and networking infrastructure in DDOT taking into account the proposed upgrades to the system. Additionally this project
will measure the impact of remote attackers into the system and recommend security measures to mitigate risk. The project aims to develop required measures ti secure newly
proposed fiber optic systems and develop SOP in case of threats.
Other

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

$150

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

150

D - 19

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5347

Agency ID: CI046A, CI047A,

Facility: Citywide
From: Citywide
To: Citywide

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: Traffic Signal Maintenance NHPP-STP

FY
2018

Complete:

FY
2019

FY
2020

Total Cost:

Source
Total

$59,000

HSIP

90/10/0

1,240 c

500 c

500 c

500 c

1,000 c

1,000 c

1,000 c

4,500

NHPP

80/20/0

1,164 c

2,349 c

2,390 c

2,420 c

2,450 c

2,480 c

2,510 c

14,599

NHS

80/20/0

3,121 c

STP

80/20/0

1,250 a
6,150 c

1,250 a
6,150 c

1,250 a
5,650 c

1,750 a
5,650 c

1,750 a
5,150 c

1,750 a
5,150 c

42,900

Total Funds:

61,999

3,950 a
13,619 c

Description: Provide effective and efficient maintenance services for the traffic signal systems throughout the District of Columbia.
Support the Traffic Signal Group of DDOT TOA in providing traffic engineering studies and signal system analysis and management for the city's roadway system. This projects
mission is to perform signal warrants. Projects include:
a. Citywide Traffic Signal Construction Contract
b. Citywide Traffic Signal Construction Contract (National Highway System Routes)
c. Traffic Signal Consultant Design
d. Traffic Signal Optimization
e. Traffic Signal Uninteruptible Power Supply
f. Traffic Signal Maintenance - NHPP
g. Traffic Signal Maintenance - STP
h. Asset Inventory, Preliminary Design and RFP Development for Improved Signal System and Communication Network
I. Traffic Signal Systems Analysis
J. Implementation of Freeway Traffic Management System
Approved on: 4/29/2015
Modification: Change Project Description
Include sub-project J. Implementation of Freeway Traffic Management System in project description. The funding for this sub-project is currently reflected under TIP ID: 5347 and will remain the
same.

Urban Forestry Program


TIP ID: 5313

Agency ID: CG311, CG312,

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Title: Urban Forestry Program

Complete:

NHPP

80/20/0

NHS

80/20/0

1,500 c

STP

80/20/0

4,200 c

Total Cost:

$10,800

1,512 c

1,512 c

3,024

2,088 c

2,088 c

4,176
Total Funds:

7,200

Description: Plant new trees, remove dead and diseased trees, treat diseased trees, replace trees, and landscape along local and Federal roads.

Other

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 20

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

TERMs
Transportation Emissions Reduction Measures
TIP ID: 3219

Agency ID: ZU022A

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Commuter Connections Program


CMAQ

80/20/0

Complete:
700 a

1,400 a

700 a

700 a

700 a

Total Cost:
700 a

$4,900

700 a

4,200

Total Funds:

4,200

Description: The purpose of the Commuter Connections Program is to reduce mobile source emission through the reduction in the number of VMT, and support of other Transportation Control
Measures. This project provides funding for Commuter Operations Center, Guaranteed Ride, Home, Marketing, Monitoring and Evaluation, Employer Outreach, and DC Kiosk.

Maintenance
Bloomingdale/LeDroit Park Medium Term Flood Mitigation Project
TIP ID: 6190

Agency ID: FLD01

Facility: Bloomingdale/LeDroit Park


From:
To:

Title: Bloomingdale/LeDroit Park Medium Term Flood Mitigation Project


State

0/100/0

500 a
1,500 c

500 a
1,500 c

500 a
1,500 c

500 a
1,500 c

Complete:

Total Cost:

500 a
1,500 c

$10,000
8,000

Total Funds:

8,000

Description: The exact street locations are not known at this time but the work is confined to the Bloomingdale and LeDroit Park communities, per the Mayor's Task force on
Bloomingdale/LeDroit Flood Mitigation Report.

Bridge Replacement/Rehabilitation Program


TIP ID: 6428

Agency ID:

Facility: Anacostia Ave NE Bridge over Anacostia Riv


From:

Title: Rehabilitation of Anacostia Avenue, NE Bridge over Anacostia River


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete: 2021 Total Cost:

700 a

700
Total Funds:

To:

$8,900
700

Description: The proposed project is in Ward 7. The existing bridge needs total rehabilitation to become efficient and structurally sound as part of the roadway network and enhancing traffic
movement through the corridor. The rehabilitation include total replacement of the deck, the compression joint seals over both abutments and the pier.

TIP ID: 6427

Agency ID:

Facility: Kenilwo rth Terrace Bridge over Wa tts Branc


From:
To:

Title: Kenilworth Terrace Bridge over Watts Branch


STP

Complete: 2021 Total Cost:

80/20/0

$3,125

250 a

250

Total Funds:

250

Description: Project scope include applying waterproof seal to the entire timber structure, repair the reinforced concrete roadway curb, rehabilitation of deck structure of both approach
abutments.

Maintenance

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 21

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5298

Agency ID: AF067A

Facility: C ITYWIDE
From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: Emergency Transportation Project


STP

80/20/0

FY
2018

Complete:
25 c

25 c

25 c

25 c

25 c

FY
2019

FY
2020

Total Cost:
25 c

Source
Total

$175
25 c

150

Total Funds:

150

Description: The purpose of this project is to provide a vehicle that allows the Department to respond to emergencies or other unforseen events that are not budgeted or planned. It is always
to plan for emergency work such as major pavement failures, such as sinkholes, falling steel and concrete from bridges and other urgent needs. The project will enable the
Department to quickly respond to any emergency without delay,

TIP ID: 5346

Agency ID: CD026

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Theodore Roosevelt Bridge Rehabilitation


NHPP

80/20/0

1,464 a

Complete:

Total Cost:

1,500 a

$28,500
1,500

25 b

Total Funds:

1,500

Description: Work includes inspection, sampling and material testing; repairing bridge superstructure and substructure; cleaning and painting all steel members; retrofitting pin and hanger
assembly; improving pedestrian and bicycle access; and repairing bridge drainage.

TIP ID: 3202

Agency ID: CD032C, MNT05

Facility: CITYWIDE
From:
To:

Title: Bridge Design Consultant Services


NHPP

80/20/0

300 a

STP

80/20/0

200 a

Complete:
900 a

900 a

1,550 a

300 a

200 a

200 a

200 a

200 a

Total Cost:
625 a

650 a

$4,075
4,925
800

Total Funds:

5,725

Description: Provide engineering services for bridges and structures design, geotechnical or other investigations, surveying, including constructability review.
FY2013 Citywide Open End Bridge Design Consultant Services under this contract, the consultant will investigate structural deficiencies encountered during bridge inspections
and from observation of DDOT staff. They will propose and design solutions for temporary shoring, structural repair and retrofit, perform structural analyses and rating of bridges,
prepare plans, details, special provisions, cost estimates and work orders for construction by the DDOT preventive maintenance contractor.

TIP ID: 5342

Agency ID: CD046A

Facility: 14th Street Bridge northbound over the Poto


From:

Title: Approach Bridges to 14th Street Bridge


NHPP

80/20/0

750 a

Complete:

Total Cost:

18,000 c

To:
Description: The approach bridges to be rehabilitated are over Maine Ave. (bridge 171-1), over the Outlet Channel (bridge 171-2) and over Haines Point Park (bridge 171-3).

Maintenance

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

18,000
Total Funds:

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

18,000

D - 22

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5432

Agency ID: CD049A

Facility: Pennsylvania Ave. NW over Rock Creek


From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: Pennsylvania Ave. NW Bridge over Rock Creek (Br. # 118)


BR

80/20/0

NHPP

80/20/0

FY
2018

Complete:

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Total Cost:

50 b

6,000 c

6,000
Total Funds:

6,000

Description: Rehabilitation of Bridge # 118, Pennsylvania Ave. NW over Rock Creek

TIP ID: 5337

Agency ID: CD051A

Facility: Kenilworth
From:
To:

Title: Replacement of Pedestrian Bridges over Kenilworth Ave


STP

80/20/0

1,000 a

Complete:

1,000 a

Total Cost:

$16,500

9,000 c

12,500

2,500 b
Total Funds:

12,500

Description: This project will fund the replacement of the deck, approach slabs, bearing joints; and repair the substructure and repaint steel.

TIP ID: 5334

Agency ID: CD052A

Facility: Benning Road over Kenilworth


From:

Title: Safety Improvements of Benning Road Bridges over Kenilworth Ave


NHPP

80/20/0

3,000 a

Complete:

Total Cost:

$23,000

20,000 c

23,000
Total Funds:

To:

23,000

Description: Structural design of three bridge alternatives. The project scope includes infrastructure improvements within vicinity of the bridges, including construction of handicap ramps
according to ADA guidelines.

TIP ID: 3243

Agency ID: CD062A

Facility:
From:

Title: Citywide Consultant Bridge Inspection


NHPP

80/20/0

2,650 a

3,650 a

Complete:
1,850 a

1,850 a

Total Cost:

$13,150

3,750 a

Total Funds:
To:
Description: Consultant inspection of the District's bridges. Work under this contract consist of performing detailed condition inspections and evaluations of all highway and pedestrian bridges,
and tunnels and underpasses, under the ownership of the District of Columbia in accordance with the prescribed inspections schedule, the DDOT Bridge Inspection Manual of
Procedures and the National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBS). Safety inspection of railroad owned bridges crossing District streets shall also be performed. Selected
inspections of culverts and overhead sign structures shall be performed as needed. FY2014 obligation includes Phase II of the overhead sign structure effort.

Maintenance

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

11,100
11,100

D - 23

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5316

Agency ID: CD062A

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: Impact Attenuators and Guiderails


HSIP

90/10/0

1,600 c

FY
2018

Complete:
125 a
2,750 c

3,350 c

1,675 c

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

Total Cost:
1,700 c

1,700 c

11,300

Total Funds:

11,300

Description: This project repairs, replaces and upgrades safety appurtenances on and off the Federal-aid Highway System that have been damaged by errant vehicles, and replaces units that
do not meet the requirements of NCHRP (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) Report 350. Work also includes construction of guiderails and attenuators at new
locations and removal of units in locations where they are no longer needed.

TIP ID: 3181

Agency ID: CD066A

Facility: 31st Street NW Bridge over C&O Canal


From:

Title: Replacement of 31st Bridge, NW over C&O Canal


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

6,200 c

$6,200
6,200

Total Funds:

To:

6,200

Description: Removal and replacement of deteriorated deck, repair and painting of structural steel, and substructure repairs. Lighting, signing, drainage and safety features will be upgraded.

TIP ID: 5804

Agency ID: MRR04A

Facility: Anacostia Freeway Bridge over Anacostia Ri


From:

Title: East Capitol St. Bridge over Anacostia River, Br. # 233

Complete:

Total Cost:

16,000

Total Funds:
To:
Description: Rehabilitation of subject bridge to eliminate all deficiencies and ensure the safety of the traveling public. This bridge is structurally deficient and must be rehabilitated in
accordance with the requirements of MAP21. Deficiencies include deteriorating overlay, efforescence and map cracking in soffit, expanded bearings, deteriorated superstructure
steel under finder dams, peeling paint, rotation of substructure units.

16,000

Agency ID: PM094A, CD053

Facility: Citywide
From: Citywide
To:

80/20/0

$16,000

16,000 a

TIP ID: 5433

NHPP

Title: Bridge management Project/AASHTOWARE

Complete:

Total Cost:

$2,125

NHPP

80/20/0

275 a

275 a

300 a

300 a

325 a

325 a

325 a

1,850

STP

80/20/0

300 e

300 e

300 e

300 e

300 e

310 e

310 e

1,820

Total Funds:

3,670

Description: This project provide funds to support the Bridge Management Program and to pay the annual Points license fee.

Maintenance

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 24

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Maintenance of Stormwater management / Best Management Ponds


TIP ID: 3242

Agency ID: CA303C, MNT02

Facility: CITYWIDE
From:

Title: Citywide Culverts


STP

Complete:
250 a

80/20/0

250 a
600 c

750 c

300 a
700 c

Total Cost:

$3,215

350 a
750 c

2,950

To:

Total Funds:

2,950

Description: The purpose of this project is to replace/rehab existing culverts. On a bi-annual occurrence the culvert will be inspected. On an annual occurrence, culverts will be rehabilitated or
replaced based on their condition.

Resurfacing Streets and Freeways Citywide


TIP ID: 5339

Agency ID: SR037A

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: FY2012 Pavement Restoration - NHPP Streets


NHPP

80/20/0

6,000 c

Complete:

6,000 c

6,000 c

150 a
6,000 c

Total Cost:

5,200 c

$29,350
23,350

Total Funds:

23,350

Description: Resurfacing of selected roadway segments on the National Highway System (NHPP), repair-replacement of curbs, gutters and sidewalks, driveways, base pavements, perimeter
fencing, furnishing sewer-water manhole frames, catch basin tope and removal of roadway and roadside debris.

TIP ID: 3215

Agency ID: SR092A

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Title: Resurfacing Streets and Freeways Citywide


STP

80/20/0

9,300 c

Complete:

9,300 c

9,300 c

9,300 c

9,300 c

Total Cost:
9,300 c

$65,100

9,300 c

55,800

Total Funds:

55,800

Description: Citywide pavement and resurfacing/restoration, upgrading of sidewalk, curb and gutter, and wheelchair ramps.

Streetlight Asset Mgmt & Streetlight Construction - Federal


TIP ID: 5439

Agency ID: AD017A

Facility: citywide
From: citywide
To:

Title: Citywide streetlight construction


STP

80/20/0

450 a

Complete:
250 a
1,415 c

250 a
1,515 c

100 a
900 c

100 a
900 c

Total Cost:
100 a
900 c

100 a
900 c

7,430

Total Funds:

7,430

Description: This project will provide installation/construction of the District's aging streetlight systems to provide safe operations. Work includes upgrading of lighting in tunnels, freeway air
rights, overhead signs structures, and obselete navigational lights on bridges.

Maintenance

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 25

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5385

Agency ID: AD020A

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: Streetlight Asset Mgmt - Federal


NHPP

80/20/0

606 c

NHS

80/20/0

3,000 c

STP

80/20/0

964 c

FY
2018

Complete:

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

Total Cost:

3,384 c

3,384 c

3,384 c

3,384 c

3,384 c

3,384 c

20,304

5,383 c

5,383 c

5,383 c

5,383 c

5,383 c

5,383 c

32,298

Total Funds:

52,602

Description: This project will provide maintenance for the Districts aging lighting system to provide safe operations. Work includes upgrade of lights in tunnels and underpasses, bridges,
highways, overhead guide sign lighting, obsolete incandescent and mercury vapor lights as well as navigation lights on bridges and waterways.Projects include:
a) Street Light Replacement
b) Streetlight Design Services
c) Streetlight System Upgrade
d) Streetlight Conversion
e) Electrical Upgrade
f) CW painting of street light and traffic signal poles
g) CW Street and Bridge Light Maintenance
h) Multiple Circuit Conversion
i) Streetlight Asset Management
j) Highway Lighting
k) Emergency Response to Knockdowns

Streetlight Asset Mgmt & Streetlight Construction - Local


TIP ID: 5350

Agency ID: AD304

Facility: Citywide
From:

Title: Streetlight Asset Mgmt & Streetlight Construction - Local


State

0/100/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

4,236 a

300 a

300 a

300 a

300 a

300 a

300 a

43,989 c

8,400 c

8,400 c

8,400 c

8,400 c

8,400 c

8,400 c

To:

Total Funds:

$10,500
52,200

52,200

Description: This project will provide maintenance of streetlights, alley lights, alley tree trimming for blockage of alley lighting, knockdowns, and asset inventory for lighting on non-federallyfunded streets.

Streetlight Upgrade
TIP ID: 6422

Agency ID:

Facility: Mount Pleasant Street NW


From:

Title: Mount Pleasant Street Lighting Upgrade


STP

80/20/0

Complete: 2016 Total Cost:

300 a
1,700 c

$2,000
2,000

To:

Total Funds:

2,000

Description: Lighting Upgrade with complete system including manhole, conduit LED lights and Historic Washington Globe Pole/Fixture

Maintenance

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 26

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 6421

Agency ID:

Facility: Massachusetts Ave


From: 19th St SE
To: 6th St NE
Description:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

Title: Streetlight Upgrade on Massachusetts Ave from 19th St SE to 6th St


STP

80/20/0

FY
2018

Complete:

FY
2019

FY
2020

Total Cost:

2,900 c

Source
Total

$2,900
2,900

Total Funds:

2,900

Systems Maintenance
TIP ID: 2699

Agency ID: CD018A, CD019

Facility: Citywide Asset Management of Tunnel


From:

Title: Asset Preservation of Tunnels in the District of Columbia


NHPP

80/20/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

650 a

175 a

175 a

1,000 a

175 a

175 a

600 c

600 c

7,750 c

7,600 c

7,600 c

14,600 c

To:

$41,275

175 a

40,025

Total Funds:

40,025

Description: This initiative provides technical support for this performance based contract that enables sustained preventive maintenance, rehabilitation and preservation of all tunnel assets in
DDOT inventory system. This principal objectives relative to public safety are the maintenance of automated or natural ventilation system for the explosion of harmful carbon
monoxide gas from all tunnels and the provision of an adequate lighting system within each tunnel.

TIP ID: 2927

Agency ID: CD036A, CD042

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Citywide FA Preventive Maintenance

Complete:

Total Cost:

$44,100

NHPP

80/20/0

9,600 c

4,800 c

4,800 c

10,720 c

5,360 c

25,680

STP

80/20/0

2,400 c

1,200 c

1,200 c

2,680 c

1,340 c

6,420

Total Funds:

32,100

Description: This project provides a two-year base contract with two option years for the performance of preventive maintenance activities and initiating emergency repairs on highway
structures on an as needed basis. The work includes concrete deck repair, replacement of expansion joints, repair or replacement of beams, girders and other structural steel,
maintenance painting, application of low slump concrete overlays on bridge decks, concrete repair, underpinning and shoring of deficient bridge elements, jacking beams and
restoring bearings, repair or replacement of bridge railings, guiderails and fencing, cleaning bridge scuppers and drain pipes, graffiti removal and other miscellaneous repair work
on various highway structures.

Transit
5303/5304 FTA Program
TIP ID: 6102

Agency ID:

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Title: 5303/5304 FTA Program

Complete:

Sect. 5303

80/20/0

760 a

Sect. 5304

80/20/0

198 a

Total Cost:

$2,874

415 a

415 a

415 a

415 a

415 a

415 a

2,490

110 a

110 a

110 a

110 a

110 a

110 a

660

Total Funds:

3,150

Description: DDOT receives an annual FTA grant appropriation to support metropolitan planning activities (5303) and Statewide/DC based Planning Activities (5304).

Transit

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 27

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

DC Circulator New Buses for Replacement and Expansion


TIP ID: 6105

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:

Title: DC Circulator New Buses for Replacement and Expansion


State

0/100/0

21,539 e

7,702 e

17,012 e

Complete:
17,600 e

Total Cost:

$8,925

7,100 e

49,414
Total Funds:

To:
Description: Additional Circulator buses must be purchased in order to expand service to additional routes.

49,414

DC Circulator Expansion - Phase I


TIP ID: 6103

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: DC Circulator Expansion - Phase I


State

0/100/0

Complete:
750 e

1,576 e

750 e

750 e

Total Cost:
750 e

$3,750

750 e

3,750

Total Funds:

3,750

Description: Implement the Phase I DC Circulator routes as identified in the DC Circulator 10-Year Transit Development Plan

M Street SE/SW Premium Transit Environmental Work


TIP ID: 6112

Agency ID: Temp02

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: M Street SE/SW Streetcar


State

0/100/0

2,500 a

Complete:

Total Cost:

$128,250

6,100 a

6,100
Total Funds:

6,100

Description: This funding will implement the environmental study work for the M Street SE/SW corridor

Streetcar
TIP ID: 5754

Agency ID: CM080A

Facility: Streetcar Line


From:
To:

Title: Benning Road Extension

Complete:

CMAQ

80/20/0

3,200 a

State

0/100/0

2,000 a

1,600 a

8,597 a

23,614 c

27,363 c
19,596 e

Total Cost:

21,644 e

$82,750

102,414
Total Funds:

102,414

Description: The Benning Road Streetcar Extension is a 1.95-mile surface fixed guide way transit line that includes electrically powered streetcar vehicles operating along tracks located within
the existing street and travel lanes. The NEPA study will address potential impacts of the project, as well as, preliminary engineering (conceptual) for the line.

Transit

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 28

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5753

Agency ID: CM081A

Facility: MLK Jr Ave SE


From: Howard Rd SE
To: Good Hope Rd SE

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

23,613 c
10,000 e

25,239 c

Title: Anacostia Streetcar Extension


State

0/100/0

250 c

FY
2018

Complete:
16,000 b
8,000 e

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Total Cost:

$82,852
82,852

Total Funds:

82,852

Description: The Anacostia Streetcar Extension is .61 mile surface fixed guideway transit line that includes electrically powered streetcar vehicles operating along tracks located within the
existing street and travel lanes. The NEPA study currently underway will address potential impacts of the project, as well as, preliminary engineering (conceptual 30%) for the line.

TIP ID: 5755

Agency ID: STC12A

Facility: Premium Transit


From:
To:

Title: Union Station to Georgetown Premium Transit; K Street Transit


CMAQ

80/20/0

NHPP

80/20/0

State

0/100/0

Complete:

Total Cost:

$76,290

1,500 d

7,500 a
4,250 a

3,000 c

31,500 c

4,000 c

34,875 c
24,280 c

73,875
45,014 c

76,294

Total Funds:

150,169

Description: DDOT received an alternatives analysis grant from the Federal Transit Administration to study premium transit options from the Union Station to Georgetown. Premium transit is
high quality transit that offered improved liability and speed. The purpose of the AA study is to provide premium transit between Union Station and Georgetown. The Nepa
document will select a preferred alternative to move to design and construction for premium transit. Also included in this project is an extension study to continue the transit
Northwest. This project also includes K Street Transit Streetscape construction funding.

TIP ID: 6031

Agency ID: STC13A

Facility: Streetcar Line


From:
To:

Title: North-South Corridor Study


State

0/100/0

5,000 a

Complete:
4,500 a

Total Cost:

$110,250

3,000 a

7,500

2,000 c

Total Funds:

7,500

Description: Study on a North to South 9 miles surface fixed guideway transit line.

Freight
Diesel Idle Reduction Program
TIP ID: 6424

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:

Title: Diesel Idle Reduction Program


CMAQ

80/20/0

Complete: 2015 Total Cost:


1,200 a

1,200

To:
Description: The Diesel Idle Reduction Program sidentifies and implement projects that reduce Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5 emissions in the District of Columbia

Freight

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

$1,200

Total Funds:

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

1,200

D - 29

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

FY
2020

Source
Total

District Freight Plan


TIP ID: 5922

Agency ID: AF081A

Facility: Citywide
From:

Title: District Freight Plan


STP

80/20/0

Complete:
450 a

150 a

150 a

Total Cost:
150 a

450
Total Funds:

To:
Description: Development of a District freight plan to enhance the safety and efficiency of goods movement

$300
450

Off-Hours Freight Delivery Pilot Project


TIP ID: 6408

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Off-Hours Freight Delivery Pilot Project


HRDP

50/50/0

Complete: 2017 Total Cost:


80 a

80 a

140 a

$300
300

Total Funds:

300

Description: The DDOT Off-Hours Freight Delivery Pilot Project will focus on improving the management of curbside loading zones in the city by incentivizing businesses to shift to off-hour
deliveries. The District has a constrained infrastructure with multiple modes competing for use of the same space and DDOT believes that a focus on encouraging off-hour
deliveries would contribute significantly to reducing congestion.

Planning and Systems Enhancement for Weight Stations


TIP ID: 2633

Agency ID: CI029A, CI053A

Facility: Citywide
From:
To:

Title: Size and Weight Enforcement Program


STP

80/20/0

Complete:

450 a

450 a

440 c

240 c

4,250 c

250 c

450 c

Total Cost:
450 c

$11,280

250 c

6,340

Total Funds:

6,340

150 e

Description: This project provides trained personnel to enforce size and weight regulations, as well as increase the number of portable scales at Weigh in Motion sites on and off the Federalaid System. This project will facilitate reducing weight violations and preventing premature deterioration of pavements and structures in the District, and in turn provide a safe
driving environment.
a. Weigh in Motion Maintenance
b. Truck Size and Weight Program

Freight

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

D - 30

FY 2015 - 2020

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Virginia Avenue Tunnel Project


TIP ID: 5959

Agency ID: MRR16A

Facility: Virginia Ave. SE


From:

Title: Virginia Avenue Tunnel Project


PRIV

0/0/0

200,500 c

Complete:
1,200 c

1,200 c

1,200 c

Total Cost:

$201,300

1,200 c

4,800

Total Funds:
To:
Description: The existing railway tunnel is owned and operated by CSX Transportation, Inc. (CSXT) and has long been identified as one of the most significant freight bottlenecks on the East
Coast. CSXT proposes to improve freight transportation reliability and capacity through the District by replacing the existing 106 year old 4,000 foot-long tunnel. The proposal
includes the restoration of a second track within the tunnel and increasing the tunnel height to a minimum 20 foot clearance to accommodate intermodal trains transporting doublestacked standard cargo containers.

Freight

DDOT

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

4,800

D - 31

Appendix E:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), National Capital
Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB), and Eastern Federal Lands
Highway Division (EFLHD)
TIP Sheets

WASHINGTON
METROPOLITAN AREA
TRANSIT AUTHORITY

FY 2015 - 2020

WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Transit
Maintenance Equipment
TIP ID: 5861
Facility:
From:
To:

Agency ID:

Title: Maintenance Equipment

Complete:

Local

0/0/100

4,300 e

1,092 e

58,414 e

41,428 e

PRIIA

50/0/50

24,290 e

7,646 e

20,409 e

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

3,145 e

3,067 e

1,788 e

3,665 e

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

5,569 e

2,393 e

3,833 e

3,627 e

Sect. 5339

80/0/20

35,820 e

15,805 e

156,858
52,344
11,664

9,512 e

12,224 e

37,157

1,761 e

1,761
Total Funds:

259,783

Description: Provides funds for


a. Rail Maintenance Equipment: purchase and/or replacement of equipment to maintain the rail system.
b. Bus Repair Equipment: purchase and/or replacement of repair equipment.
c. Business Facilities Equipment: purchase and/or replacement of equipment that supports the business process of the agency.

Transit

Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014


Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

W-1

FY 2015 - 2020

WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Maintenance Facilities
TIP ID: 5867

Title: Facilities Maintenance Support Systemwide Support Equipment, Environmental Compl

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Complete:

DHS

100/0/0

10,613 e

10,613

Local

0/0/100

33,835 e

14,579 e

PRIIA

50/0/50

15,861 e

5,210 e

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

3,519 e

3,519

WIP

0/0/100

1,185 e

1,185

5,519 e

5,792 e

6,651 e

7,830 e

74,206
21,071

3,165 e

2,500 e

3,000 e

3,000 e

Total Funds:

11,665

122,260

Description: Provides funds for:


a. Environmental Compliance Projects: facility or equipment upgrades and/or replacements required to comply with environmental regulatory requirements or directives.
b. Maintenance Bus & Rail Facilities: upgrades, rehabilitation, and/or replacements of systemwide support equipment, financial planning and project administration, to include a
new test track, railcar commissioning facility and New Carrollton Yard capacity improvements.
Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014
Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

TIP ID: 5866


Facility:
From:
To:

Agency ID:

Title: Rail Yards - Systemwide Maintenance, Expansion, Rehabilitation and Replacement


PRIIA

50/0/50

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

26,793 e

21,568 e

Complete:

13,231 e

61,592

442 e

442
Total Funds:

62,034

Description: Provides funds for


a. Maintenance of Rail Yards: maintenance and/or rehabilitation of rail maintenance yards.
b. Rail Maintenance Facilities: construction and/or replacement of rail maintenance facilities.

Transit

Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014


Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

W-2

FY 2015 - 2020

WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5857

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Title: Bus Garages - Systemwide Maintenance, Expansion, Rehabilitation, and Replacement

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Source
Total

FY
2020

Complete:

Local

0/0/100

377 e

466 e

42,866 e

18,852 e

11,469 e

8,000 e

82,030

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

9,862 e

28,288 e

5,000 e

19,189 e

13,032 e

8,500 e

83,870

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

6,640 e

5,315 e

11,955

WIP

0/0/100

941 e

941
Total Funds:

178,796

Description: Provides funds for:


a. Rehabilitation and Replacement of Bus Garages: upgrades, rehabilitation, and/or replacement of bus garages and maintenance facilities, including the rehabilitation of the
Bladensburg bus facility and the replacement of the Southern Avenue, Royal Street (Cinder Bed Road), Shepard Parkway bus garages.
b. Maintenance of Bus Garages: maintenance of bus garages/maintenance facilities.
c. Expansion of Bus Garages: expansion of bus garages to meet storage and maintenance needs of growing fleet.
Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015
Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Other Facilities
TIP ID: 5862
Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Other Support Facilities

Agency ID:

Complete:

Local

0/0/100

4,662 e

5,842 e

12,644 e

15,430 e

3,284 e

6,100 e

47,961

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

8,776 e

2,507 e

5,625 e

1,733 e

5,000 e

23,641

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

1,826 e

2,597 e

2,555 e

6,977

WIP

0/0/100

775 e

775
Total Funds:

79,354

Description: Provides funds for:


a. Business Support Facilities: facilities that support business operations functions.
b. Metro Transit Police Department (MTPD) Support Facilities Rehabilitation: upgrade and rehabilitation of MTPD facilities.
c. MTPD Support Facilities Expansion: expansion of MTPD to meet new ridership and facility demands, to include the new District 2, police training facility, and special operations
division facility.

Transit

Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014


Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

W-3

FY 2015 - 2020

WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Passenger Facilities
TIP ID: 5860
Facility:
From:
To:

Agency ID:

Title: Passenger Facilities

Complete:

ARRA/TIGER

100/0/0

5,508 e

1,195 e

6,703

ARRA/TIGER

80/0/20

5,508 e

1,195 e

6,703

Local

0/0/100

7,830 e

6,837 e

PRIIA

50/0/50

47,482 e

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

4,468 e

3,321 e

Sect. 5309-B

80/0/20

1,048 e

1,875 e

2,923

Sect. 5317

80/0/20

1,245 e

1,245

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

48,122 e

71,357 e

13,923 e

17,232 e

67,185 e

5,129 e

2,715 e

2,992 e

39,424

23,021 e

32,438 e

36,696 e

139,637

6,231 e

2,741 e

4,643 e

38,635

91,951 e

91,065 e

64,644 e

434,324

Total Funds:

662,892

Description: Provides funds for


a. Elevator/ Escalator Facilities: rehabilitation of elevator and escalators and expansion of elevator capacity.
b. Maintenance of Rail Station Facilities: upgrade, rehabilitation, and/or replacement of station area components.
c. Bicycle/ Pedestrian Facilities: rehabilitation, replacement and expansion of bicycle and pedestrian facilities.
d. Rail Station Capacity/ Enhancements: expand the capacity of rail stations, improve passenger access, and protect exposed assets.
e. Bus Priority Corridor Improvements: bus stops, runningway enhancements, street operations management and safety strategies to produce more reliable bus.
f. Rail Station Equipment: purchase of equipment to be used in rail stations, including police emergency management equipment and other related.

Transit

Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Dec. 2014


Update FY2015 Project Funding for ARRA/TIGER for $.524million Local and $.524 Federal Dec. 2014.
Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

W-4

FY 2015 - 2020

WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

3,250 e

14,983 e

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Project Management and Support


TIP ID: 5863

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Credit Facility

Complete:

Local

0/0/100

2,500 e

3,500 e

2,500 e

2,500 e

29,233

Sect. 5307

0/0/0

1,000 e

1,500 e

2,500

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

1,000 e

1,500 e

2,500

Sect. 5339

80/0/20

1,500 e

1,500

Total Funds:

33,233

Description: Provides funds to maintain a line of credit to meet cash flow needs.
Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014
Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Rail System Infrastructure Rehabilitation


TIP ID: 5856
Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Rail Line Segment Rehabilitation

Agency ID:
Local

0/0/100

PRIIA

50/0/50

Sect. 5337 - SGR

Complete:
20,020 e

27,250 e

47,270

59,918 e

61,236 e

43,670 e

40,582 e

45,722 e

80/0/20

9,800 e

24,349 e

4,750 e

9,000 e

4,873 e

Section 5324

75/0/25

4,260 e

4,516 e

8,208 e

3,752 e

WIP

0/0/100

64,632 e

315,760
52,772
20,736

17,736 e

17,736
Total Funds:

454,274

Description: Provides funds for rehabilitation of segments of Metrorail system, particularly the Red, Orange and Blue lines.

Transit

Modification: Update FY15 Through FY18 Project Information to Include Section 5324 Funding
Upadate FY2015 through FY2018 to include $7.000 million in Local Funding and $21.000 million in Section 5324 Funding.
Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

W-5

FY 2015 - 2020

WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

32,119 e

82,224 e

69,312 e

7,270 e

3,075 e

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Systems and Technology


TIP ID: 5858

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Systems and Technology

Complete:

Local

0/0/100

126,511 e

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

16,789 e

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

18,369 e

WIP

0/0/100

6,823 e

6,872 e

58,602 e

38,035 e

61,300 e

430,068

10,691 e

37,825

23,784 e

93,883

26,550 e

26,550
Total Funds:

591,172

Description: Provides funds for


a. Rail Power Systems: upgrade of rail system's power supply.
b. Operations Support Software: purchase and/or replacement of software that supports the transit system.
c. Business Support Software & Equipment: purchase and/or replacement of software and equipment that supports the agency's mission.
d. Rail Fare Equipment: purchase and/or replacement of fare equipment for the transit system.
Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014
Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Track & Structures


TIP ID: 5859
Facility:
From:
To:

Agency ID:

Title: Track and Structures

Complete:

Local

0/0/100

1,500 e

161 e

64 e

1,725

PRIIA

50/0/50

51,939 e

43,097 e

4,584 e

50,628 e

63,402 e

56,798 e

270,447

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

20,567 e

16,373 e

66,738 e

28,491 e

18,138 e

28,513 e

178,819

Total Funds:

450,990

Description: Provides funds for:


a. Track Rehabilitation: maintain and rehabilitate track and track infrastructure including aerial structures.
b. Station/Tunnel Rehabilitation: repair of water leaks in stations, vent shafts, air ducts, tunnels, tunnel liners, and other areas in the system.

Transit

Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014


Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

W-6

FY 2015 - 2020

WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

Vehicles/ Vehicle Parts


TIP ID: 5855

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: MetroAccess and Service Vehicles


Local

0/0/100

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

Complete:
760 e

19,407 e

21,937 e

24,319 e

10,138 e

22,907 e

47,016
25,119 e

77,571

Total Funds:

124,588

Description: Provides funds for


a. MetroAccess Vehicles: purchase/ replacement of Metro Access vehicles.
b. Replacement of Service Vehicles: purchase/ replacement of vehicles that will be used Authority-wide for service activities.
Approved on: 6/5/2015

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

TIP ID: 5854


Facility:
From:
To:

Agency ID:

Title: Buses - Replacement, Rehabilitation, Expansion, & Enhancements


CMAQ

80/0/20

30,218 e

Local

0/0/100

6,067 e

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

121,475 e

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

Sect. 5339

80/0/20

12,183 e

Complete:

808 e

6,911 e

7,399 e

4,500 e

49,836

202 e

1,728 e

5,211 e

38,483 e

51,690

92,812 e

121,600 e

124,866 e

156,046 e

132,212 e

749,012

10,431 e

4,283 e

4,283 e

4,283 e

4,283 e

27,563

12,076 e

10,438 e

12,199 e

12,199 e

10,699 e

69,793

Total Funds:

947,894

Description: Provides funds for


a. Replacement of Buses: replacement of the bus fleet.
b. Rehabilitation of Buses: mid-life rehabilitation of the bus fleet.
c. Bus Enhancements: purchase and/or replacement of equipment that upgrades or enhances the capability of the bus fleet.
d. Bus Fleet Expansion: expansion of the bus fleet to meet ridership growth.

Transit

Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014


Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

W-7

FY 2015 - 2020

WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

TIP ID: 5853


Facility:
From:
To:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Title: Rail Cars - Replacement, Rehabilitation, Expansion, & Enhancements

Agency ID:
Local

0/0/100

3,229 e

12,435 e

214 e

PRIIA

50/0/50

70,718 e

179,811 e

209,769 e

Sect. 5307

80/0/20

43,059 e

21,485 e

Sect. 5337 - SGR

80/0/20

40,903 e

20,562 e

23,098 e

WIP

0/0/100

1,404 e

9,114 e

Source
Total

FY
2020

Complete:
15,877

172,539 e

158,438 e

141,875 e

933,149
64,544

25,663 e

1,426 e

36,439 e

148,092
10,517

Total Funds: 1,172,179


Description: Provides funds for:
a. Replacement of Rail Cars: replacement of the rail fleet, including the 1000-Series and 4000-Series rail cars.
b. Rehabilitation of Rail Cars: mid-life rehabilitation of rail fleet.
c. Rail Fleet Expansion: expansion of the rail fleet to meet ridership growth.
d. Rail Enhancements: enhancements to the rail fleet that improve safety, reliability, and passenger comfort.

Transit

Modification: Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014


Update FY15 Project Information Nov. 2014

Approved on: 12/22/2014

Amendment: Update FY16 Project Information May 2015


Update FY16 Project Information May 2015

Approved on: 6/5/2015

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

W-8

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING BOARD

FY 2015 - 2020

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION TRANSPORTATION PLANNING BOARD


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)

FY
2020

Source
Total

2,832 e

16,853

Total Funds:
To:
Description: This program is intended to enhance mobility for seniors and persons with disabilities by providing funds for programs to serve the special needs of transit-dependent populations
beyond traditional public transportation services and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) complementary paratransit services.

16,853

Source

TIP ID: 6366

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Title: Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities


Sect. 5310

100/0/0

5,638 e

2,693 e

2,832 e

2,832 e

2,832 e

2,832 e

These funds are for the urbanized area within the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia metropolitan region.
Subrecipient

Program Description

Total Project
Cost ($1,000s)

Federal
Share

Location

CHI Centers, Inc.

Bus replacement for vehicles serving Adult Day Program clients with disabilities and weekly Small Group
Recreation participants.

$123

$99

Columbia Lighthouse for the


Blind

Audible maps of key Metrorail stations for people with visual impairments.

$311

$249

Easter Seals Serving


DC|MD|VA

Fleet expansion and preventive maintenance for vehicles used to transport seniors and adults with disabilities
to Easter Seals Adult Day Services.

$95

$76

Montgomery County,
Prince George's County,
MD

ECHOWorks

Bus replacement for vehicles used to transport adults with developmental disabilities to sheltered workshop
sites.

$170

$135

Loudon County, VA

Fairfax County Neighborhood


and Community Services
(Capital)

Fairfax County will lead a multi-jurisdictional mobility management effort to coordinate services in Northern
Virginia and train neighborhood groups to provide travel navigation support.

$550

$440

Arlington, Fairfax,
Loudoun, Alexandria

Fairfax County Neighborhood


and Community Services
(Capital)

Bus replacement for the FASTRAN program that transports seniors and people with disabilities to County Adul t
Day Health Care and senior centers.

$275

$220

Fairfax County

Jewish Council for the Aging

Strengthen the "Connect-a-Ride" transportation information program with an improved database and a bilingual mobility specialist.

$224

$179

Primarily Montgomery
County, but services
available in Prince
George's, Fairfax and
Arlington Counties and
D.C.

Jewish Council for the Aging


(Capital)

Bus replacement and preventive maintenance for vehicles that transport disabled seniors to community based
activities.

$284

$227

Montgomery County, MD

Montgomery County
Department of Health and
Human Services (Capital)

Increase coordination between the transportation and human service agencies within the County; outreach and
marketing about existing transportation services.

$136

$109

Montgomery County, MD

Montgomery County
Department of Health and
Human Services (Operating )

Outreach and marketing for volunteer driver recruitment and background checks for volunteers.

$60

$30

Montgomery County, MD

Human Service Tra TPB

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

Montgomery County,
Prince George's County,
MD
Regional

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

T-1

FY 2015 - 2020

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION TRANSPORTATION PLANNING BOARD


TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
CAPITAL COSTS (in $1,000)
Source

Fed/St/Loc

Previous
Funding

FY
2015

FY
2016

FY
2017

FY
2018

FY
2019

Source
Total

FY
2020

The Arc of Greater Prince


William/INSIGHT, Inc.

Bus replacement and fleet expansion, preventive maintenance and GPS systems for vehicles providing
transportation to existing program serving individuals with disabilities, vocation work and recreational programs.

$427

$342

Prince William County, VA

The Arc of Montgomery


County

Bus replacement and preventive maintenance for vehicles used to transport adults with intellectual disabilities
to Vocation and Day Services.

$201

$160

Montgomery County, MD

The Arc of Prince George's


County

Bus replacement and fleet expansion for vehicles transporting people with disabilities to existing programming
and new programming being developed with partners.

$162

$130

Prince George's County,


MD

Yellow Transportation LLC


(Capital)

Seven Wheelchair Accessible Taxis available to the general public with priority to customers in wheelchairs,
preventive maintenance and equipment.

$291

$232

DC

Yellow Transportation LLC


(Operating)

Driver training for wheelchair accessible taxi operators.

$7

$4

DC

Approved on: 1/21/2015


Amendment: Update Funding and Project Description
Reprogram FY 2015 to include $2.693 million in Section 5310 funding carried over from FY 2013 and 2014 combined. Modify project description to include 2014 sub-recipients.
Modification: Modify Project Description
Approved on: 4/23/2015
Update the project description with the latest subrecipient and funding information

TIP ID: 5776

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: Maryland State Highway Administration: Priority Bus Transit Enhancements


ARRA/TIGER

100/0/0

2,734 c

661 c

145 c

806
Total Funds:

806

Description: This project will install queue jump lanes, real-time bus information, and miscellaneous bus stop and shelter improvements along University Boulevard, US Route 1, and Viers Mill
Road.

TIP ID: 5775

Agency ID:

Facility:
From:
To:

Title: DDOT: Bus Corridor TSP and Real-Time Information


ARRA/TIGER

100/0/0

21,215 c

293 c

293
Total Funds:

293

Description: This project will install Transit Signal Priority(TSP), provide real-time bus information, construct curb extensions, improve safety at bus stops, implement transit only lanes,
optimize transit and travel in the downtown core using traffic signal optimization, traffic signal management and UPS installation. Project implementation will be along selected
portions of major regional bus corridors in the District of Columbia including the downtown core, 14th St Bridge to K St, TR Bridge to K St, 16th Street NW, Georgia Avenue,
Wisconsin Avenue, and H Street/Benning Road.

Transit

TPB

- Bicycle/Pedestrian Accommodations Included

a - PE b - ROW Acquisition c - Construction d - Study e - Other

T-2

EASTERN FEDERAL LANDS

HIGHWAY DIVISION

FY2015 - FY2018 Tranportation Improvement Program


Federal Highway Administration
Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division

PROJECT

AWARD FY

COUNTY

GW MP_11(6)

FY2015

District of Columbia

NAMA_17(1)

FY2015

District of Columbia

NAMA_502(5)

FY2015

District of Columbia

PARK, REFUGE, FOREST OR


OTHER PARTNER/AGENCY

DESCRIPTION

CATEGORY

PRIMARY FUND
SOURCE

TOTAL PROGRAM
AMOUNT (RANGE)

FUNDS
FROM
TITLE

ADMIN BY /
DELIVER BY

CONG DIST
NUMBER

FLMA
REGION

1R

FLTP

EFLHD

Planned

PRA

Title 23

EFLHD

In Acquisition

3RL

PRA

Between $1,000,000 and


$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $5,000,000 and
$10,000,000
More than
$10,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $100,000 and
$250,000
Between $250,000 and
$500,000
Between $250,000 and
$500,000
Between $100,000 and
$250,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $500,000 and
$1,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $250,000 and
$500,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $500,000 and
$1,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000

Title 23

3RL

New project

NPS_NC

No change

Title 23

EFLHD

In Acquisition

NPS_NC

No change

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

No change

NPS_NC

In Design

No change

Title 23

NPS_NC

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

Name changed from NACE_17(2)_18(2)


to NACE 17(2) 18(2) ETC
New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

No change

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

New project

NPS_NC

Phase

CHANGE FROM LAST UPDATE

DC -- District of Columbia

ROCR_10(5)

FY2015

District of Columbia

George Washington
Memorial Parkway
National Mall & Memorial
Parks
National Mall and Memorial
Parks
Rock Creek Park

ROCR_503(1)

FY2015

District of Columbia

Rock Creek Park

CHOH_238(1)

FY2016

District of Columbia

DC_FLAP_DOT_14TRL(1)

FY2016

District of Columbia

DC_FLAP_DOT_GALWY(1)

FY2016

District of Columbia

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal


National Historical Park
National Mall & Memorial
Parks
Rock Creek Park

DC_FLAP_DOT_TILDN(1)

FY2016

District of Columbia

Rock Creek Park

NACE_17(2)_18(2)_ETC

FY2016

District of Columbia

East Fort DuPont

NAMA_11(6)

FY2016

District of Columbia

NAMA_16(2)

FY2016

District of Columbia

NAMA_20(2)_502(6)ETC

FY2016

District of Columbia

ROCR_24(1)

FY2016

District of Columbia

National Mall & Memorial


Parks
National Mall & Memorial
Parks
National Mall & Memorial
Parks
Rock Creek Park

ROCR_27(1)_910(1)

FY2016

Washington DC

Rock Creek Park

CHOH_238(2)

FY2017

District of Columbia

GW MP_11(4)

FY2017

District of Columbia

NAMA_12(3)

FY2017

District of Columbia

NAMA_21(2)_501(3)

FY2017

District of Columbia

NCR_PMS_FY17

FY2017

ROCR_14(1)_17(1)

Emergency Repairs to Arlington Memorial Bridge, resurface deck and


repair trunnion posts.
Repair / Rehabilitate Watergate Bridge, NPS Storage
Area Bridge, mill & overlay of Parkway Drive
Rehabilitation of Kutz Bridge
Rehab. Beach Drive

MISC

PRA

Waterside Dr. Roadway reconstruction, drainage, guardrail, & street light


replacement & misc
CHOH 238(1) Replacement of Structure No. 3100-029P (Fletcher's
Boathouse Bridge #1)
Remove and relocate an overhead sign on the 14th
Street Bridge.
Construct a trail along Galloway Street to reduce the creation and use of
social trails.
Const. trail along Tilden St. & raised ped. crosswalk to provide access to
Peirce Mill Spring House.
Resurface, restore & rehabilitate Routes 17, 18, 19, 118, and 206 in Fort
DuPont and Fort Davis
Rehab Inlet Bridge (3400-033)

3RH_BRRP

PRA

BRRP

FLTP

MISC

FLAP

MISC

FLAP

MISC

FLAP

3RH

FLTP

BRRH

FLTP

Resurface and Restore the Riding Surface of Rock


Creek and Potomac Parkway
Resurface, restore & rehab pavement on 17th St, InD Ave & West Tidal
Basin Turnaround
Pavement rehabilitation, geotechical investigation of
Repair retaining wall collapse and repair
Rehab Struct 3450-029P Broad Branch and 033P Edgewater Stable

3RL

FLTP

3RL

FLTP

RW

FLTP

BRRH

FLTP

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal


National Historical Park
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
National Mall & Memorial parks

Fletcher's entrance placeholder

3RH

FLTP

Arlington Memorial Bridge Permanent Repairs

3RL

NPS

Rehab Outlet Bridge & resurface East Basin Dr.

3RL_BRRH

FLTP

15th St & Jefferson Dr Resurfacing

3RL

FLTP

District of Columbia

National Mall & Memorial


Parks
National Capital Region

Pavement Management outside Beltway

2R

FLTP

FY2017

District of Columbia

Rock Creek Park

Light pave rehab & replace drainage system on Bingham and Morrow Dr

3RL

FLTP

NAMA_11(7)

FY2018

District of Columbia

Rehabilitate Ohio Dr, W Basin Dr & WB to EB Turnaround

3RL

FLTP

ROCR_12(1)_19(1)

FY2018

District of Columbia

National Mall & Memorial


Parks
Rock Creek & Potomac Park

Rehab Wise & Glover Roads

3RL

FLTP

FW_PATU_HPP_4304

FY2015

Prince Georges

Patuxent Research Refuge

SAFETEA-LU

FY2015

Prince George's

CATO_900(1)

FY2015

Frederick

Baltimore Washington
Parkway
Catoctin Mountain Park

CHOH_10(1)

FY2015

Montgomery

Rehab. American Holly Dr (Rte 10), Beech Forest Rd


(Rte 100), & 3 Parking Lots (Rtes 900, 901, 902).
Resurface and Restore approx. 5.3 mi. of the BW Pkwy, in both directions
from I495 to MD 197
Replacement of the Visitor Center Bridge at Catoctin
Mountain National Park
Safety Improvements on the Great Falls Entrance Road

3RL

BAW A_1(3)_2(3)

CATO_11(2)

FY2016

Frederick

CHOH_10(2)

FY2016

Montgomery

GREE_11(1)

FY2016

Prince George's

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal


National Historical Park
Greenbelt Park

GW MP_6(1)_7(2)

FY2016

SUIT_1(2)_2(2)

FY2016

Montgomery and
Prince George's
Prince George's

George Washington
Memorial Parkway
National Capital Parks-East

BAW A_1(4)_2(4)

FY2017

Prince George's, Anne


Arundel

Baltimore Washington
Parkway

FW_OCBA_T302(1)

FY2016

Prince William

FY2015

Alexandria

GW MP_4(2)_5(3)

FY2015

Arlington

GW MP_500(1)

FY2015

Arlington

PRW I_11(3)

FY2015

Prince William

Occoquan Bay National


Wildlife Refuge
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
Prince William Forest Park

Repair Deephole Point Road Trail (Trail Route T302/ RIP Route 400)

GW MP_1A109

GW MP_1(1)_2(1)

FY2016

Arlington, Fairfax

GW MP_203(2)

FY2016

Arlington

GW MP_210(1)

FY2016

Fairfax

GW MP_MVT(3)

FY2016

Arlington

GW MP_1(2)_2(2)

FY2017

Arlington

GW MP_105(1)_106(1)

FY2017

Fairfax

GW MP_1A93

FY2017

Fairfax

GW MP_1(3)_2(3)

FY2018

Fairfax, Alexandria

SER_BMS_FY17(1)

FY2017

Various

George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
George Washington
Memorial Parkway
Various

VA_ST_TFHRC_50(4)

FY2015

Fairfax

Turner-Fairbank Highway
Research Center

Intersection Control for Cooperative Vehicle/Pedestrian


Movement.

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

No change

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

NPS_NC

MD -- Maryland

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal


National Historical Park
Catoctin Mountain Park

3RH

FLTP

BRRP

PRA

3RH

PRA

Repair Rte 11 Section 0 Foxville-Deerfield Road

3RL

FLTP

Access Road and Parking Lots PM & L3R

3RL

FLTP

Main Enrtance Rd. & Park Central Rd. Bridge Replacement and
Resurfacing of Rtes. 10, 11, 200 & 201
Clara Barton Pkwy mill and overly includes guardrail and guardwall

3RH_BRRP

PRA

3RH

FLTP

Improve Ped Cross at SUIT Prky & Forestville Rd incl. sdwlk, signals,
lights, signing, pvmt markings
Resurface BW Parkway

MISC

FLTP

3RL

FLTP

3RH

FWS

Between $250,000 and


$500,000
Between $5,000,000 and
$10,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $250,000 and
$500,000
Between $250,000 and
$500,000
Between $500,000 and
$1,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $100,000 and
$250,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000

Title 23

FWS

Planned

New project

MD-04

FWS_R5

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

No change

MD-05

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

No change

MD-06

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Acquisition

No change

MD-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

MD-06

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

MD-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

No change

MD-05

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

_VARIOUS

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

MD-05

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

_VARIOUS

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

No change

VA-11

FWS_R5

Title 23

EFLHD

In Acquisition

New project

VA-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Acquisition

No change

VA-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

No change

VA-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

VA-11

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

VA-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

VA-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

VA-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

New project

VA-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

VA-08

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

VA-05

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

In Design

No change

VA-10

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

_VARIOUS

NPS_NC

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

No change

_VARIOUS

NPS_SE

Title 23

EFLHD

Planned

New project

VA-08

X_NA_OTH

VA -- Virginia

Resurface, restore & rehab approx 1.6 miles of GWMP NB & SB between
Humpback Bridge & Airport
Resurface, Restore & Rehabilitate Pavement on the
Spout Run Pkwy E. & W. and Key Bridge Ramps
Repair/Rehabilitate SB ramp from National Airport
(#027P) and Bridge (#028P) on Route 233
Repair the historic wooden truss bridge 3700-001P

3RH

FLTP

3RL

FLTP

3RL_BRRH

PRA

BRRH

FLTP

North GWMP joint & crack sealing

2R

FLTP

Iwo Jima Memorial Access Road Rehab

3RL

FLTP

Spall repair CIA/FHWA bridge structure 3300-003

BRRH

FLTP

MISC
Minor trail realignment and Theodore Roosevelt parking area pavement
rehab.
Reconstruct SB GWMP Spout Run to Pimmit Run & NB GWMP PCC joint 3RL_4R
& crack repair
Fort Hunt Entrance Rd Mill & Overlay
3RL

FLTP

George Washington MP - Phase 1 - Rehabilitation of VA Route 123


Interchange
Reconstruct GWMP from CIA interchange to Capital
Beltway
REGION-WIDE BRIDGE PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PROJECTS

FLTP
FLTP

3RL

PRA

3RL_4R

FLTP

1R
3RH_NEW

PRA
FAP

Between $1,000,000 and


$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $1,000,000 and
$5,000,000
Between $250,000 and
$500,000
Between $100,000 and
$250,000
Between $500,000 and
$1,000,000
Between $500,000 and
$1,000,000
Between $250,000 and
$500,000
More than
$10,000,000
Between $250,000 and
$500,000
More than
$10,000,000
More than
$10,000,000
Between $500,000 and
$1,000,000
Between $25,000 and
$100,000

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