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  • April 20, 2016 MPO Meeting

    Prioritization 4.0 (P4.0)

  • 1. P4.0 Schedule update 2. Brief Overview of P4.0 3. Review of Statewide Mobility programmed projects in P4.0 4. Review of DRAFT list of Regional Impact projects proposed for local input points assignment 5. P4.0 Regional Impact public involvement schedule

    Overview

  • April 13 NCDOT Release Two week delay P4.0 scores for all projects Draft Statewide Mobility Programmed

    Project List Data on CRTPOs P4.0 Webpage

    P4.0 Data Release

  • Revised Regional Impact local input point allocation window Moved end date from May 31 to June 30 75 Day Window Local contribution for Regional Impact

    projects by June 15 MPO meeting.

    What does this mean?

  • Statewide Mobility Highway Scoring

  • Regional Impact Highway Scoring

    Eligibility Criteria Ranking Congestion

    Travel Time Benefit / Cost

    Safety

    Freight

    Accessibility / Connectivity

    Statewide Mobility Projects

    70% Data

    15% NCDOT

    Divisions

    15% MPO/ RPO

  • Criteria and Weights by STI tier

    Congestion 30% Congestion

    20% Congestion 15%

    Travel Time/ Benefit Cost

    25%

    Travel Time/ Benefit Cost

    20% Travel Time/ Benefit Cost

    15%

    Safety 15%

    Safety 10%

    Safety 10%

    Freight 15%

    Freight 10%

    Freight 5%

    0%

    10%

    20%

    30%

    40%

    50%

    60%

    70%

    80%

    90%

    100%

    Statewide Mobility Regional Impact Division Needs

    Economic Competitiveness

    10% Local Input Points 30%

    Accessibility/Connectivity 5%

    Accessibility/Connectivity 10%

    Local Input Points 50%

    Multimodal 5%

  • Local Input Methodology

    In accordance with North Carolinas General Statutes, each Metropolitan Planning Organization shall Adopt a local methodology for project prioritization

    Including quantitative data, qualitative input, and multimodal characteristics

    To be approved by NCDOT

    Receive local input points based upon population

    Place no more than 100 local input points on any one project

  • Phases of Prioritization

    PHASE 5: December 2016 DRAFT 2018-2027 STIP is released.

    PHASE 4: October-November 2016 NCDOT calculates final scores and programs projects.

    PHASE 3: April September 2016 Local Input Points assignment by MPOs, RPOs and NCDOT Divisions.

    PHASE 2 : November-March 2016 SPOT Office reviews and scores all projects submitted throughout NC.

    PHASE 1: July-October 2015 MPOs, RPOs and NCDOT Divisions identify projects to submit for P4.0.

  • Fully Funded: Project has adequate amount of funding to be delivered in 2018-2027 TIP

    Partially Funded: Project construction cost exceeds 10-year TIP development window

    Unfunded: Project cost exceeded corridor cap Project did not score high enough to be

    funded in P4.0.

    Statewide Mobility P4.0 Status

  • Statewide Mobility Funded Projects

    Project Name Jurisdiction DRAFT ROW Date

    DRAFT Construction

    Date

    Cost to NCDOT

    (millions of $)

    Full or Partially Funded in 2018-

    2027 TIP?

    US 74 & Secrest Shortcut Road Intersection Improvements Monroe 2022 2024 $2.7 Fully Funded

    I-77 & Cornelius Road Interchange Conversion Mooresville 2022 2024 $25.0 Fully Funded

    I-485 & Providence Road Interchange Improvements Charlotte 2022 2024 $41.3 Fully Funded

    I-77 Widening (Woodlawn Rd Belk Freeway) Charlotte 2024 2027 $98.6

    Partially Funded Corridor Cap

    I-77 Widening (I-485 to Woodlawn Rd) Charlotte 2024 2027 $326.2

    Partially Funded Corridor Cap

    I-77 & Brookshire Freeway Interchange Improvements Charlotte 2024 2027 $101.6

    Partially Funded Corridor Cap

  • Statewide Mobility Unfunded Projects

    Project Name Jurisdiction

    Cost to NCDOT

    (millions of $)

    P4.0 Score Status

    I-77 General Purpose Lane Widening (Catawba Ave NC 150)

    Cornelius Davidson

    Mooresville $166.0 75.04 Cost exceeds I-77 corridor cap

    I-77 & I-277 (Belk Freeway) Interchange Improvements Charlotte $129.6 72.68 Cost exceeds I-77 corridor cap

    I-77 & Sunset Road (US 21) Interchange Improvements Charlotte $41.3 70.69 Cost exceeds I-77 corridor cap

    I-77 Widening (NC 150 to I-40) Mooresville Troutman Statesville

    $354.9 69.16 Cost exceeds I-77 corridor cap

    I-485 & Brookshire Boulevard (NC 16) Interchange Imps. Charlotte $14.2 64.84

    Could not be funded in Statewide Mobility tier

    I-77 Widening (Belk Brookshire Freeways) Charlotte $347.1 61.31

    Could not be funded in Statewide Mobility tier

    US 74 Widening (Hanover Drive to Rocky River Road) Monroe $16.4 51.20

    Could not be funded in Statewide Mobility tier

    US 74 Bypass New Location (Monroe Bypass to Marshville Waterplant Road)

    Marshville $151.7 41.77 Could not be funded in Statewide Mobility tier

  • Meeting today Developed draft list of Regional Impact projects

    for point assignment Based upon approved CRTPO/SPOT

    methodology Will meet next week to coordinate with Division

    10 and 12 Methodology List will be shown to TCC with request to open

    public involvement at May 5 TCC meeting Future meetings

    Develop draft list of Division Needs projects for point assignment

    P4.0 Subcommittee

  • Local Input Points Assignment

    A Quantitative process projects that had the highest MTP score or P3.0 score received points regardless of geography

    NCDOT Funding Regions

    CRTPO Local Input Points for

    Regional Impact Projects

    Highway Projects

    Local Input Points

    Proposed

    Non-Highway Projects

    Local Input Points

    Proposed

    Region E (Mecklenburg, Union)

    2,500 17 1,720 3 280

    5 500 0 0 Region F (Iredell)

    TOTALS 22 2,220 3 280

  • Region E DRAFT Regional Impact Highway Point Assignment (1 of 3)

    Project Name Jurisdiction

    Cost to NCDOT

    (millions of $)

    P4.0 Score (70)

    MTP Score (Horizon

    Year)

    Recommended Local Input Points

    NC 73 Widening (Vance Rd Ext Catawba Avenue) Huntersville $18.9 45.72

    173 (2025) 100

    NC 73 Widening (Catawba Av Northcross Drive) Huntersville $11.3 40.45

    145 (2025) 100

    US 21/Statesville Road Widening (Harris Bl Gilead Rd)

    Charlotte Huntersville $57.7 32.98

    143 (2025) 100

    NC 51 Widening (Matthews Township Pkwy Lawyers Rd)

    Matthews Mint Hill $43.2 37.27

    142 (2025) 100

    NC 16/Brookshire Blvd Improvement (Idaho Dr I-85) Charlotte $9.5 49.68

    137 (2025) 100

    NC 160/Steele Creek Road Widening (SC Line S. Tryon St) Charlotte $20.5 35.35

    133 (2025) 100

    NC 16 Widening (Rea Road Ext Cuthbertson Road)

    Waxhaw Weddington $52.1 43.52

    132 (2025) 100

    NC 115/Old Statesville Rd Widening (Harris Blvd I-485) Charlotte $34.3 38.21

    131 (2025) 100

  • Region E DRAFT Regional Impact Highway Point Assignment (2 of 3)

    Project Name Jurisdiction Cost to NCDOT (millions of $)

    P4.0 Score (70)

    MTP Score (Horizon

    Year)

    Recommended Local Input

    Points

    NC 115/Old Statesville Rd (NC 73 to Washam Potts Road)

    Huntersville Cornelius $33.8 32.22

    128 (2025) 100

    NC 73 Widening (Business NC 16 Vance Road Extension)

    Lincoln County Huntersville $90.0 43.14

    129 (2030) 45

    US 74 Widening (Hanover Dr Rocky River Road) Monroe $16.4 48.93

    128 (2030) 100

    NC 16 Widening (Cuthbertson Rd Waxhaw Parkway) Waxhaw $30.3 35.97

    128 (2030) 100

    NC 73 Widening (Davidson- Concord Rd-Poplar Tent Rd) Huntersville $26.1 46.01

    124 (2040) 100

    NC 115 Widening (Washam Potts Road Potts Street) Cornelius $18.9 30.60

    120 (2040) 100

    Unfunded Statewide Mobility project proposed for Regional Impact local input points.

  • Region E DRAFT Regional Impact Highway Point Assignment (3 of 3)

    Project Name Jurisdiction Cost to NCDOT (millions of $)

    P4.0 Score (70)

    MTP Score (Horizon

    Year)

    Recommended Local Input

    Points

    I-485 & NC 16/Brookshire Blvd Interchange Improvements Charlotte $14.2 45.72 N/A 100 I-77 & US 21/Sunset Road Interchange Improvements Charlotte $41.3 44.96 N/A 100 NC 73 Widening (NC 115 to Davidson- Concord Road) Huntersville $19.8 42.30 N/A 100 NC 27/Freedom Drive Widening (Toddville Rd Moores Ch. Rd) Charlotte $17.0 41.61 N/A 75

    Unfunded Statewide Mobility project proposed for Regional Impact local input points.

  • Region F DRAFT Highway Point Assignment

    Project Name Jurisdiction Cost to NCDOT (millions of $) P4.0

    Score

    MTP Score (Horizon

    Year)

    Recommended Local Input

    Points

    US 21/NC 115 Corridor Imp. (Cedar Av-Old Mountain Rd) Troutman $34.8 42.51

    194 (2030) 100

    NC 150 Widening (NC 115 to NC 801) Mooresville $28.6 45.89

    141 (2040) 100

    NC 115 Operations Improvement (Waterlynn Rd Yellow Wood Dr) Mooresville $3.6 44.15 N/A 100 US 21 Widening (Medical Park Rd NC 150) Mooresville $34.9 44.06 N/A 100 US 21 & US 64 (Five Points) Roundabout Statesville $1.1 44.01 N/A 100

    Regional Impact Tier

  • Region E DRAFT Non-Highway Point Assignment

    Project Name Mode Location

    Cost to NCDOT (millions of $)

    P4.0 Score (70)

    Recommended Local Input

    Points

    Charlotte Wye P

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