2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)Document

 2015 – 2018 La Crosse and La Crescent Metropolitan Area Transportation Improvement Program November 19, 2014 2015 – 2018 La Crosse and La Crescent Metropolitan Area Transportation Improvement Program CONTACTS All questions, comments, or requests for documents and services may be directed via phone, fax, e‐mail, or in person to: Tom Faella Executive Director Phone: 608.785.5977 Fax: 608.793.6525 E‐mail: [email protected] Jackie Eastwood Transportation Planner Phone: 608.785.6141 E‐mail: [email protected] At: La Crosse Area Planning Committee La Crosse County Administrative Center 400 4th St N, Room 2300 La Crosse, WI 54601 This Transportation Improvement Program and other LAPC documents may be viewed and downloaded from our Web site at: www.lapc.org La Crosse Area Planning Committee Policy Board Timothy L. Candahl, Vice Chair Mike Poellinger, Chair Chair, Town of Shelby Mayor, City of La Crescent Joe Chilsen Tim Kabat Mayor, City of Onalaska Mayor, City of La Crosse Dennis Manthei Nancy Proctor President, Village of West Salem President, Village of Holmen Tara Johnson Scott Johnson Chair, Town of Campbell Chair, La Crosse County Board Linda Seidel Roland Bogert Chair, Town of Medary Chair, Town of Onalaska “This Transportation Improvement Program is funded in part through grants from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. The views and opinions of the authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the U. S. Department of Transportation. Information in this Transportation Improvement Program is subject to change based on final disposition of the federal transportation reauthorization bill, MAP‐21.“ TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Page
CHAPTER 1: PURPOSE & SCOPE
1
Introduction 1
Scope of TIP Planning Process 1
CHAPTER 2: TIP PLANNING PROCESS 3
Introduction 3
TIP Update Activities 3
Public Notification and Comment 3
General TIP Schedule 3
Project Prioritization Process 4
STP‐Urban Program Policies 4
CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS
5
Introduction 5
TIP Project List 5
2014‐2017 TIP Projects 8
TIP Projects & Environmental Justice 19
TIP Illustrative Project List 29
TIP Removed Project List 29
Wisconsin LRIP Open Projects Summary Report 32
TIP Obligated Project List 32
TIP Grouped Projects Lists 32
CHAPTER 4: FINANCIAL PLAN
33
Introduction 33
Financial Plan 33
APPENDICES Appendix A: Public Notice and Comments 37
Appendix B: Minnesota MPO TIP Check List 43
Appendix C: Contact Information 49
TOC‐1 TABLE OF CONTENTS LIST OF MAPS Page
Figure 1: Planning Area and Adjusted Urban Area 2
Figure 2: 2014 LAPC Transportation Improvement Projects 21
Figure 3: 2015 LAPC Transportation Improvement Projects 23
Figure 4: 2016 LAPC Transportation Improvement Projects 25
Figure 5: 2017 LAPC Transportation Improvement Projects 27
LIST OF TABLES Table 1: General Schedule for TIP Review and Approval 3
Table 2: Project Types 6
Table 3: Sources of Funds 7
Table 4: TIP Project List 13
Table 5: TIP Illustrative List 29
Table 6: TIP Removed Project List 30
Table 7: TIP Financial Plan Expenditures 34
Table 8: TIP Financial Plan Estimated Available Funding 35
Table 9: CFR 450 Required Elements for TIP 43
TOC‐2 CHAPTER 1: PURPOSE AND SCOPE Introduction The 2015 ‐ 2018 La Crosse and La Crescent Metropolitan Area Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) lists all federally funded transportation projects programmed in the La Crosse and La Crescent Metropolitan Planning Area for the years 2015 – 2018. The TIP also includes other regionally significant projects, regardless of funding source. In addition to a detailed project listing, the TIP includes a financial plan for documenting sufficient funding for program implementation. The annual TIP is developed with the input of the local municipalities, agencies, transit providers, and the public through the LAPC Policy Board, technical committees and public participation process. Input is also sought from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Minnesota and Wisconsin Departments of Transportation (DOTs). Scope of TIP Planning Process The TIP includes projects and programs to implement the 2035 La Crosse and La Crescent Metropolitan Area Transportation Plan (MTP), adopted by the LAPC in September, 2010. The 2015 – 2018 TIP is developed in accordance with Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP‐21), signed on Friday, July 6, 2012 and with Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 450.324. Self‐certification in accordance with 23 CFR 450.334 is included in the annual LAPC resolution approving the TIP. In accordance with 23 CFR 450.134 all TIP projects are consistent with the LAPC Metropolitan Transportation Plan and its investment priorities and make progress toward improving performance measures. In Minnesota, self‐certification of the TIP process includes completion of a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) TIP Check List. The LAPC 2015 – 2018 TIP check list is included in Appendix C. Figure 1 illustrates the planning and urban areas as adjusted in 2013. 1 CHAPTER 1: PURPOSE AND SCOPE Figure 1: Metropolitan planning area and adjusted urban area. 2 CHAPTER 2: TIP PLANNING PROCESS Introduction The TIP is updated annually, with the Minnesota project list adopted in the spring or summer and the Wisconsin project list and TIP document adopted in the fall. Revisions to the TIP are considered throughout the year as the need arises. TIP Update Activities Public Notification and Comment The LAPC process for public notification of the annual TIP update and revision process is outlined in the La Crosse and La Crescent Metropolitan Area Public Participation Plan. The plan is available on the LAPC website at www.LAPC.org. The 2015 – 2018 TIP public notice, agendas of LAPC meetings, resolutions and a record of public comments are included in Appendix A. General TIP Schedule The general schedule for the annual review and adoption process for the TIP is outlined in Table 1: TABLE 1: GENERAL SCHEDULE FOR TIP REVIEW AND APPROVAL Activity Schedule Receive draft STIP for Minnesota April Publish public notice to begin TIP update process May – June Prepare and submit TIP project tables for Minnesota September Prepare draft TIP with FHWA, DOTs, TAC June ‐ August TAC and LAPC review and adopt draft TIP project list September LAPC approves and submits final TIP November 3 CHAPTER 2: TIP PLANNING PROCESS Project Prioritization Process The LAPC prioritizes local projects submitted for funding from the Surface Transportation Program –Urban (STP‐U) and the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) in Wisconsin. The projects are prioritized by the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and Bicycle / Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC), respectively, and forwarded to the LAPC Policy Board for final review and submission to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT). Project prioritization criteria can be found on the LAPC Web site at www.lapc.org. Both the project prioritization criteria and MTP performance measures have been developed specifically to follow the “planning factors” in Chapter 53 of Title 49 Sec. 5303(h)(1). This ensures that the projects selected are designed to improve the performance measures. In Minnesota the LAPC reviews projects for the TAP program. STP‐U projects are prioritized by the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) District 6 Area Transportation Partnership (ATP). The LAPC Executive Director is a member of the ATP. STP‐Urban Program Policies At the September 1, 2010 meeting, the LAPC Policy Board voted to adopt the following policies to insure equitable allocation of STP‐Urban funds, especially when a municipality requests moving funds from one project to another:  The goal is to fund STP‐Urban (STP‐U) projects at 80% federal and 20% local.  Funds cannot be moved to projects that have not been approved for STP‐U funding.  A municipality may move up to $50,000 from one approved STP‐U project to another upon notification of the LAPC and the DOT.  Any re‐allocation of funds from one approved STP‐U project to another over $50,000 will require action by the TAC and LAPC.  Project sponsors are limited to one substitution per project.  STP‐U funds cannot be used for funding real estate or utilities. 4 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS Introduction The TIP includes six lists of projects:  The TIP Project List (referred to as “project list”) lists state‐ and federally‐
funded and regionally significant projects programmed for the 4‐year TIP timeframe.  The TIP Illustrative List (“illustrative list”) lists projects that are anticipated, but for which funding has not yet been identified.  The TIP Removed Project List (“removed list”) lists the status of projects that have been removed from the previous 4 year TIP.  The Wisconsin Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP) Open Projects Summary Report lists planning area projects. The LRIP list is located on the Wisconsin DOT website.  The TIP Obligated Project List (“obligated list”) is found on the LAPC website and lists projects for which state and federal funding are obligated.  The TIP Grouped Projects List is found on the LAPC website and lists projects that are grouped under a single line item in the TIP Project List. TIP Project List The TIP Project List (Table 4) includes a variety of information about each project as explained below: PROJECT NUMBER Each project is assigned a unique number in the form 243‐yy‐###. The first part, “243,” identifies the metropolitan area. The second part, “yy,” identifies the year that the project entered the TIP (i.e. “11” means that the project first appears in the 2012 – 2015 TIP). The third part, “###” is a sequential number of the project within a TIP year. STATE ID NUMBER The state ID number is the project, or project part, number assigned by Wisconsin or Minnesota. 5 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS SPONSORING AGENCY The state or municipality implementing each TIP project. PROJECT DESCRIPTION The project description identifies the facility (roadway, trail, etc.) that will be built or improved, a brief project description and the project extents. The year of project obligation and anticipated construction is also included if it is not within the 4‐year TIP timeframe. PROJECT TYPE The Project Type identifies the type of work that will be accomplished for each project. Table 2 lists the acronyms used in the project list; descriptions of the project types follow. TABLE 2: PROJECT TYPES Type Definition Sys Pres System Preservation Pave Rep Pavement Replacement Re Cond Reconditioning Re Const Reconstruction Major(E) Wisconsin Major Expansion Project Br Rehab Bridge Rehabilitation Br Repl Bridge Replacement Rail Rail Projects Safety Safety Transit Transit Other Other (E) designates Expansion Project
*
PROJECT COSTS Project costs are listed in thousands (x $1,000) by project component: preliminary engineering (PE), right‐of‐way purchase (ROW or RW), utilities (UTL), construction (CONST), planning study or other transportation related activity (PLAN), operating assistance (OA), capital expense (CAPT). 6 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS SOURCE OF FUNDS In the 2015 – 2018 TIP some projects continue to be funded from the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA‐
LU). Project funding is listed as either a MAP‐21 or SAFETEA‐LU code as included in the following table (Table 3). Since some projects are funded from a variety of sources, the major source is listed for each project. Funding Source* Acronym Federal Highway Programs National Highway Performance Program NHPP Surface Transportation Program STP Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation BR Transportation Alternatives Program TAP Safe Routes to School Program SRTS Scenic Byways Program SB Highway Safety Improvement Program HSIP Safety (Other) SAF Federal Transit Programs Urbanized Area Formula Program 5307 Federal Discretionary Capital Assistance (Transit) 5309 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors & Individuals with Disabilities 5310 Rural Area Formula Grants 5311 New Freedom Program 5317 State of Good Repair 5337 Bus and Bus Facilities Formula 5339 State and Local Funding Major Highway Projects (Wisconsin) MAJOR Wisconsin or Minnesota State Funds (includes transit funds) SF Municipality Local Funds LF 7 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS 2015 ‐ 2018 TIP Projects Refer to Table 4 for additional information regarding each of the discussed projects and other projects in the TIP. The projects discussed below are illustrated in Figures 2‐5 under the discussion of environmental justice. EXPANSION PROJECTS This four‐year TIP includes three expansion projects: USH 53 / 12th Ave Extended from CTH SS to Gillette St (LAPC project number 243‐06‐013); STH 16 expansion to four lanes from Landfill Rd to Veteran’s Park (243‐06‐020); and STH 16 (La Crosse St) between Oakland St and Losey Blvd (243‐11‐024). The Coulee Connections Study (243‐06‐012), which is re‐visiting the North‐South Corridor environmental impact statement and recommendations, continues for the duration of this TIP. The northern portion of the 5B‐1 preferred alternative for the North‐South Corridor (I‐90 to Gillette St) was adopted into the 2005 update of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan without opposition. This portion (243‐06‐013) includes an extension of 12th Ave S in Onalaska to the stubbed road in Holiday Heights and an extension of USH 53/STH 157 to Gillette St. Design is expected to take place for the duration of this TIP, with construction anticipated to begin in 2020. Reconstruction to widen STH 16 to four lanes between Landfill Rd in Onalaska and Veteran’s Park in West Salem (243‐06‐020) is expected to occur in 2016. Design continues for the duration of this TIP, with construction anticipated for 2020, on STH 16 / La Crosse St between Oakland Ave and Losey Blvd (243‐11‐024). Additional lanes are being considered. RECONSTRUCTION PROJECTS The 2015 – 2018 TIP includes 15 reconstruction projects, 5 of which will be undergoing design over the 4 years and construction after 2018: 
USH 14/61 Mormon Coulee Rd between Losey Blvd and Broadview Pl (243‐
10‐018) 
STH 35 between the La Crosse County / Vernon County line and Garner Pl (243‐14‐026). This includes reconstructing the USH 14/61 / STH 35 intersection. 8 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS 
STH 35 Lang Dr between La Crosse St and the bridge south of Monitor St (243‐13‐022). 
STH 16 between Gillette St and STH 157 (243‐12‐012). 
STH 16 between STH 157 and S Kinney Coulee Rd (243‐12‐013). The 10 projects whose reconstruction occurs within the 4 years of this TIP include: 
I‐90 project from STH 35 (Exit 3) to Theater Rd and the I‐90 / USH 53 / STH 35 interchange (243‐08‐011). Construction is occurring through 2017. 
USH 53 between Livingston St and George St W (243‐13‐017) will be reconstructed in 2017. Engineering continues through 2016. 
USH 14/61 South Ave between Green Bay St and Ward Ave (243‐13‐015) will be reconstructed to improve the intersections. Construction is anticipated in 2018. 
STH 35 between Poplar St and CTH OT (243‐05‐005). Construction is anticipated in 2016. 
STH 16 Cass St between 4th St and 7th St (243‐10‐019). Construction is anticipated in 2017. 
CTH B and its bridges between River Valley Dr and STH 16 (243‐13‐023). Construction will occur in 2015. 
Braund St between STH 16 and CTH PH, and CTH PH between Braund St and Theater Rd (243‐14‐014). Design occurs in 2016 and 2017; construction is anticipated to occur in 2018. 
Riders Club Rd between STH 35 and Sand Lake Rd (243‐14‐015). Construction is anticipated in 2018. 
Mark St between East Ave and Hamlin St (243‐14‐016). Construction is planned for 2016. 
Sunset Dr between Holmen Dr and Main St (243‐14‐017). Construction will occur in 2018. RECONDITIONING PROJECTS Four reconditioning projects are listed in this TIP—three of which will undergo construction after 2018. 
STH 35 between the Burlington Northern railroad bridge and 2nd Ave SW (243‐08‐031). The pavement will be replaced in 2016 and 2017. 9 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS 
STH 33 (Jackson St) between 3rd St and 19th St (243‐11‐012). Construction is expected in 2020. 
I‐90 / STH 16 interchange area on STH 16 between S Kinney Coulee Rd and CTH OS (243‐13‐011). Interchange improvements and bridge replacement is anticipated in 2022. 
CTH SN between CTH S and Alpine Lane (243‐14‐020). Construction date is yet to be determined. BRIDGE PROJECTS Two projects will involve bridge rehabilitation while 10 projects will involve bridge replacement. 
Several bridges on I‐90 between Onalaska and West Salem will be rehabilitated in 2018 with either an asphalt‐ or concrete‐deck overlay (243‐12‐
011). 
The USH 14 Mormon Coulee Rd bridge over Pammel Creek will receive a concrete overlay and a new railing in 2016 (243‐14‐024). 
The replacement bridge for the Dresbach Bridge on I‐90 (243‐10‐011) is currently under construction and should be completed in 2016. 
Several bridges between the Minnesota state line and Exit 3 will receive a concrete overlay and girder paint or will be replaced in 2022 (243‐13‐012). 
The STH 35 southbound bridge over the Burlington Northern railroad will be replaced in 2016 as part of the STH 35 reconditioning project (243‐08‐031) discussed previously. 
Construction to replace two STH 16 bridges between Gillette St and STH 157 is anticipated for 2019‐2020 (243‐15‐013). A study for the environmental document (243‐11‐028) is currently underway. 
Several bridge replacements on county highways are programmed with unknown construction dates (CTH B Bostwick Creek Bridge, 243‐13‐018; CTH SN Bridge, 243‐14‐020; and Drogseth Rd Bostwick Creek Bridge, 243‐13‐019). 
Halfway Creek Bridge on CTH XX (243‐13‐021) and Mormon Creek Bridge on CTH M (243‐13‐020) will be replaced in 2016 and 2017, respectively. 10 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS SYSTEM PRESERVATION & PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT PROJECTS Seven preservation (4) and pavement replacement (3) projects are programmed within the four years of this TIP. Only one project is being constructed after 2018. 
I‐90 between the Minnesota/Wisconsin state line and USH 53/STH 35 will experience pavement replacement and bridge rehabilitation in 2015 and 2016 (243‐05‐008). 
USH 14 between Marion Rd and Garner Pl will undergo concrete joint patching in 2016 (243‐14‐023). 
STH 35 between the county line and Garner Pl will undergo joint repair and overlay in 2015 (243‐14‐025). 
STH 33 between CTH F and CTH OA will undergo road maintenance in 2015 (243‐14‐030). 
STH 108 between CTH C and the Jackson County line will undergo road maintenance in 2019 to restore pavement, ditches, and culverts (243‐10‐014). 
Market St between 14th St and 19th St will have its pavement replaced in 2017 (243‐14‐012). 
6th St N between Badger St and State St will have its pavement replaced in 2018 (243‐14‐013). OTHER PROJECTS “Other” projects discussed below and illustrated in figures 2‐5 include projects funded through the Surface Transportation Program, National Highway Performance Program, Transportation Alternatives Program, and state funds. 
Various SRTS projects (bike lanes on Clinton St, signage and pavement markings on several roads in Campbell, crossing improvements in West Salem, and sidewalks and a new traffic signal in Holmen) to be constructed in 2014 and 2015 (projects grouped under 243‐11‐010). 
The I‐90 Safety & Weight Facility will be demolished (243‐11‐011) in 2016. 
Wetland monitoring will take place at the airport pond wetland mitigation site (243‐11‐014) in 2015. 
Three trail projects that will be constructed together in 2015 will connect the north side of La Crosse with the north La Crosse industrial park and Onalaska. The Northside Connector Trail (243‐03‐024) will connect to the Dairyland Power Extension Trail (243‐09‐006) at Moore St and to the 11 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS bicycle/pedestrian bridge (243‐03‐021) over the BNSF rail yard at North Salem Rd. The bridge will connect to Oak St/Oak Ave/Enterprise Ave on the east side of the rail yard. 
CTH M between CTH O and CTH B is anticipated to be reconditioned in 2018 (243‐15‐014). 
A corridor study of STH 16 between La Crosse St and CTH OS to identify safety, capacity, intersection, and access needs will be conducted at an undetermined time after 2018 (243‐14‐011). 
The VIP Trail near Gundersen Health System Hospital in La Crosse will be extended in 2016 to connect to the Gund Brewery Lofts and the street network (243‐15‐015). 12 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS Table 4: 2015 - 2018 Transportation Improvement Program Project List
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Project
Number
State ID
Number
243-15-001
243-16-001
243-17-001
243-18-001
243-15-002
243-16-002
243-17-002
243-18-002
243-15-003
243-16-003
243-17-003
243-18-003
243-15-004
243-16-004
243-17-004
243-18-004
243-15-005
243-16-005
243-17-005
243-18-005
243-15-006
243-16-006
243-17-006
243-18-006
243-15-007
234-16-007
243-17-007
243-18-007
243-15-008
243-16-008
243-17-008
243-18-008
243-15-009
243-16-009
243-17-009
243-18-009
243-15-010
234-16-010
243-17-010
243-18-010
243-12-015
243-15-012
243-13-012
243-05-008
5105-02-06
3700-1015,16
1071-0831/61
1071-06-07,
77, 97, 81
1071-06-08,
22, 42, 43,
243-08-011
78, 79, 80,
83, 84, 85,
86, 96, 98, 99
Sponsor-ing
Agency
Project Description
State of
Wisconsin
WisDOT Transportation Safety Programs (HSIP)
Project Group - See Grouped Project Listing on
LAPC.org
Safety
State of
Wisconsin
WisDOT Rail-Highway Crossing Safety Project
Group - See Grouped Project Listing on LAPC.org
Rail
State of
Wisconsin
Rail-Highway Crossing Safety (OCR) Project Group See Grouped Project Listing on LAPC.org
Rail
State of
Wisconsin
WisDOT High-Speed Corridor Grade Crossing
Improvements Project Group - See Grouped Project
Listing on LAPC.org
Rail
State of
Wisconsin
SW Region Bridge Maintenance Project Group See Grouped Project Listing on LAPC.org
Br Rehab
State of
Wisconsin
SW Region Pavement Rehabilitation/Maintenance
Project Group - See Grouped Project Listing on
LAPC.org
Sys Pres
State of
Wisconsin
SW Region Pavement Rehabilitation/Maintenance
(Interstate) Project Group - See Grouped Project
Listing on LAPC.org
Sys Pres
State of
Wisconsin
SW Region Various Pavement Marking Project
Group - See Grouped Project Listing on LAPC.org
Sys Pres
Project Type
Other
Other
Total
Other
ROW
Const
Br Repl
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Pave Rep
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Safety
SW RegionSafe Routes to School Program Project
Various
Group - ( 2009 - 2014 Grants) See Grouped Project
Municipalities
Listing on LAPC.org
Other
SW Regionwide Park and Ride Location Study.
Anticipate ongoing through 2014. Funding Obligated
in 2012. Statewide planning study, funding and
fiscal constraint at State level.
State of
Wisconsin
Various Highways, SW Region Traffic Operations,
Region wide Locations, Equipment Procurement FY
2015
State of
Wisconsin
IH 90, Bridges between Minnesota State Line and
Exit 3 (I 90 / USH 53/STH 35) B-320034,35,46,47,48,49,73,75. Concrete overlay/paint
girders & Br Repl. Construction in 2022
State of
Wisconsin
H 90. WI/MN State Line-US 53/STH 35 Round
Lake Bridge to Black River Bridge, Pavement
Replacement / Rehab Bridges B-32-48, 49, 51, 52,
75, Design Obligated in 2006, Construction
Obligated in 2014,2015,Construction in 2015, 2016
State of
Wisconsin
IH 90 from east end of Black River Bridge to
Theater Rd. Two ITS Construction Projects. I 90 /
USH 53/STH 35 Interchange Reconstruction (Exit
3). I 90 Reconstruction from Exit 3 to Theater Rd,
Add auxiliary Lanes. Design obligated in 2002.
Construction obligated 2013 thru 2016. Const. 2013
- 2017; Water and Sewer Construction in 2014
(obligated in 2013)
Exp.
Type
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Other
Total
PE
ROW
Other
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
Non Infr.
ROW
Infr.
Total
PE
ROW
Const
SW Region Local Transportation Safety Projects
Lcoal Projects (HSIP) Project Group - See Grouped Project Listing
on LAPC.org
State of
Wisconsin
2015 (x$1000)
Fed
WI
MN
2016 (x$1000)
Local /
Other
Total
Fed
WI
MN
Local /
Other
2017 (x$1000)
Total
Fed
WI
MN
Local /
Other
2018 (x$1000)
Total
Fed
WI
MN
Local /
Other
Total
Source of
Funds
Design Continued
Design Continued
STP
STP
Construction continued
STP
STP
30.0
30.0
30.0
Design Continued
Design Continued
324.0
324.0
30.0
324.0
324.0
Construction Continued
NHPP
NHPP
SF
242.4
242.4
60.6
60.6
STP
303.0
303.0
STP
266.1
66.5
332.6
335.4
601.5
66.5
335.4
668.0
TAP / SRTS
Study Continued
STP
245.0
245.0
245.0
21.0
245.0
210.0
SF
189.0
Design continued
Design continued
Design Continued
NHPP
189.0
8,366.8
Total
8,366.8
PE
RW/UTL
Const 14,156.1
21.0
Design Continued
210.0
1,059.6
9,426.4
1,059.6
Design Continued
9,426.4
1,847.9
ConstructionContinued
NHPP
Design Continued
16,004.0
49.5
9,765.1
9,814.6
Re Const
ConstructionContinued
NHPP
Total
14,156.1
1,847.9
16,004.0
13 49.5
9,765.1
9,814.6
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Project
Number
243-08-031
243-10-011
State ID
Number
7190-03-01,
21, 71, 72
1071-05-34,
36, 74
Sponsor-ing
Agency
State of
Wisconsin
State of
Wisconsin
243-11-011
1070-00-73
State of
Wisconsin
243-12-011
1071-07-08,
78
State of
Wisconsin
243-13-011
1071-0804/74
State of
Wisconsin
Project Description
STH 35 from BN RR Bridge B-32-0008 to 2nd Ave
SW. Associated with 243-08-011. Design
Obligated in 2011. Pavement Repl. Const in 2016 Re Cond / Br
Repl
and 2017. Southbound Bridge Replacement (B-320008, Const 2016). Northbound Bridge Deck
Overlay (B-32-0067, Const 2017)
IH 90 Dresbach Bridge. Bridge Replacement,
Transport of Steel to Bridge - Includes Payment to
Minnesota DOT. ($31,502 Federal, $38,504 State)
(Const 2012 - 16) Design Obligated in 2008
Br Repl
IH 90, West Salem Safety & Weight Facility
Demolition
Other
IH 90 (Onalaska to West Salem) Asphalt deck
overlay on Bridges B-32-0023,24,25,26,27,28,
Concrete deck overlay on Bridge B-32-0057. (Const
2018 , Design obligated in 2012) On possible
advancement list.
IH 90, STH 16 Interchange Area. (STH 16 from
South Kinney Coulee Rd to CTH OS) interchange
improvements. Bridge replacments B-32-0053 &
0054. Construction anticipated in 2022
243-06-012
1630-08-00
State of
Wisconsin
USH 53 CTH SS - South Avenue. Coulee
Connection Transportation Study. Study Obligated
in 2005 ($500,000)
243-06-013
1630-08-00,
27, 48, 70,
86, 88, 89
State of
Wisconsin
USH 53 / 12th Avenue Extended from CTH SS Gillette St.
New Roadway (Additional ROW,
Utilities, Construction anticipated in 2020-2024)
243-13-017
1071-06-10,
82, 23
State of
Wisconsin
USH 53, Livingston St to West George St,
Reconstruct NB and SB pavement (0.65 mi).
Design obligation 2013, Construction anticipated in
2017
State of
Wisconsin
USH 14, Mormon Coulee Road, City of LaCrosse,
Losey Blvd To Broadview Place, Pavement
Replacement, Design Obligated in 2010 (Const
2020) (Utilities 2015, 2017)
243-10-018
243-13-015
243-14-023
243-14-024
243-14-025
243-14-026
1641-0302,22,42,72
1641-02-02,
22, 72
1641-06-31,
61
1641-06-32,
62
5163-0730,60
5163-0702,72
State of
Wisconsin
State of
Wisconsin
USH 14, North Marion Road to Garner Place,
Concrete Joint Patching. Design obligated in 2014,
Construction anticipated in 2016
State of
Wisconsin
State of
Wisconsin
STH 35, La Crosse County Line to Garner Place,
Joint Repair and Overlay. Design obligated in 2014,
Construction anticipated in 2015
STH 35, La Crosse County Line to Garner Place,
Reconstruct STH 35 / USH 14/61 Intersection.
Design obligated in 2014, Construction anticipated
in 2021
Exp.
Type
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Br Rehab
Re Cond
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
Plan
ROW
Major(E)
Const
Total
Plan
RW/UTL
Major(E)
Const
Total
PE
RW/UTL
Re Const(E) CONST
Re Const
Fed
4,875.2
WI
MN
2016 (x$1000)
Local /
Other
1,218.8
54.0
Total
6,148.0
Fed
2,756.5
WI
MN
Local /
Other
689.1
2017 (x$1000)
Total
3,445.6
Fed
WI
MN
Local /
Other
2018 (x$1000)
Total
Fed
WI
MN
Local /
Other
Total
Source of
Funds
ConstructionContinued
NHPP
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
USH 14, City of La Crosse, South Avenue; Green
Bay St. to Ward Ave., Reconstruct the roadway and
improve the intersections. Design obligated 2013, Re Const(E)
anticipate to obligate construction in 2017, construct
in 2018. Add ROW in 2015
USH 14, Structure B-32-0082, Concrete Overlay
and Replace Railing. Design obligated in 2014,
Construction anticipated in 2016
State of
Wisconsin
Project Type
2015 (x$1000)
TOTAL
PE
RW/UTL
CONST
TOTAL
PE
ROW
Const
Sys Pres
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Br Rehab
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Sys Pres
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Re Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
4,875.2
1,218.8
54.0
6,148.0
2,756.5
88.8
88.8
Design Continued
3,445.6
BR
Construction Continued
Construction Continued
355.2
355.2
689.1
NHPP
Construction Continued
444.0
444.0
Design Continued
1,290.0
143.3
Design Continued
1,433.3
2,520.0
280.0
2,800.0
2,520.0
280.0
Design Continued
2,800.0
Design Continued
NHPP
NHPP
1,290.0
Plan Continued
143.3
Plan Continued
1,433.3
Plan Continued
Plan Continued
NHPP /
MAJOR
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
NHPP /
MAJOR
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
1,500.0
1,500.0
Design Continued
9,921.2
1,102.4
11,023.6
9,921.2
1,102.4
Design Continued
11,023.6
Design Continued
350.0
1,500.0
1,500.0
Design Continued
1,000.0
NHPP
ConstructionContinued
350.0
Design Continued
Design Continued
350.0
NHPP
350.0
Design Continued
1,000.0
1,000.0
1,000.0
276.5
276.5
276.5
276.5
403.2
403.2
403.2
403.2
2,000.0
2,000.0
5,180.3
703.2
18.0
5,901.5
2,000.0
2,000.0
5,180.3
703.2
18.0
5,901.5
NHPP
Design Continured
SF
Design Continured
1,274.4
1,274.4
1,274.4
Design Continured
1,274.4
SF
SF
Design Continured
Design Continured
Design Continued
NHPP
Total
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Project
Number
243-05-005
State ID
Number
7190-06-21,
71, 00, 80, 81
Sponsor-ing
Agency
Project Description
State of
Wisconsin
STH 35. From Poplar St. NLY 2.94 M to CTH OT
ROW Obligated in 2012. Design Obligated in 2003
Const obligated in 2015, Construct in 2016
5221-03-01,
71
State of
Wisconsin
243-06-020
7570-02-02,
27, 28, 77
State of
Wisconsin
243-10-019
7575-08-02,
22, 72, 73
State of
Wisconsin
243-11-024
7575-0703,73
State of
Wisconsin
7575-01-02
State of
Wisconsin
243-13-022
243-14-011
243-11-028
243-15-013
243-12-012
7575-01-01
7575-01-05,
80
7575-0103/73
Project Type
Re Const
STH 35, Lang Drive, La Crosse St to B-32-62,
Replace Pavement, Curb and Gutter, 0.76 mi.
Re Const
Design obligated in 2013, Construction obligated in
2018, Construct in 2019, On possible advancement
list
STH 16 - I 90-West Salem / Landfill Rd. -Vets Park Expand to 4 Lanes (Const 2016, on Possible
Re Const(E)
Advancement List) Design Obligated in 2003,
Const. Obligated in 2015
2015 (x$1000)
Exp.
Type
PE
RW/UTL
Const
Total
PE
State of
Wisconsin
STH 16, Gillette St. to STH 157. Preliminary design
to Environmental document for bridges B32001 and
B32005 and approach work. (Bridges and approach
work will be designed to handle future traffic
volumes.) Design obligated in 2013
State of
Wisconsin
STH 16, Gillette St. to STH 157. Final Design
(Environmental Document to PS&E for bridges
B32001 and B32005), Design obligated in 2016
(Construction anticipated in 2019,2020)
BR Repl
BR Repl
State of
Wisconsin
STH 16, Gillette to STH 157, Approach work for
Bridges B32001, B32005. Design obligated in 2016
(Const. 2019, 2020)
Re Const
State of
Wisconsin
STH 16, STH 157 to S. Kinney Coulee Rd.
Reconstruct, Design obligated in 2018 (Const.
2019/2020)
Re Const
5121-09-03,
63
State of
Wisconsin
STH 33, CTH F - CTH OA ,
Roadway Maintenance. Design Obligated in 2003,
Construction in 2015
Sys Pres
State of
Wisconsin
STH 108 - CTH C to La Crosse / Jackson County
Line. Roadway maintenance to restore pavement,
ditches, culverts. Design obligated in 2008.
(Ditches, Culverts in 2013) Construction obligated in
2018, construction in 2019.
Sys Pres
Total
PE
ROW
Const
State of
Wiscosnsin
Airport Pond Wetland Mitigation Site (for Dresbach
Bridge Project), French Island District, Wetland
Monitoroing
Other
CTH B, STH 16 to River Valley Drive.
Reconstruction, including Bridge Structures
B-32-0157,8,9, Design obligated in 2013,
Construction obligated and construction in 2015.
Re Const
243-13-023
La Crosse
County
1,814.4
3,890.5
Design Continued
Fed
3,890.5
9,072.1
WI
MN
Local /
Other
Total
Fed
WI
MN
Local /
Other
Total
Fed
MN
Local /
Other
Total
Source of
Funds
STP
ConstructionContinued
Design Continued
Design Continued
1,242.4
1,242.4
2,641.3
2,641.3
WI
12,962.6
STP
310.6
310.6
1,553.0
1,553.0
STP
Construction continued
13,206.5
13,206.5
2,040.8
2,040.8
Design Continued
Design Continued
454.5
391.9
60.4
391.9
514.9
Design Continued
454.5
2,493.1
2,947.6
STP/SAF
Design Continued
NHPP
1,050.0
1,050.0
SF
1,050.0
1,050.0
Design Continued
STP
2,000.0
2,000.0
Design Continued
Design Continued
STP
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
243-14-030
5991-0808,09
Design Continued
3,890.5
1,814.4
Total
PE
Re Cond
1070-00-01
Local /
Other
ROW
243-11-012
243-11-014
MN
2018 (x$1000)
Total
STH 33. Jackson St. City of La Crosse, 3rd St. to
19th St. Recondition (1.27 mi.)(Design obligated in
2011) Construction obligated in 2019 (Const 2020)
7930-08-30,
60, 61
WI
2017 (x$1000)
Const
State of
Wisconsin
243-10-014
7,257.7
PE
ROW
5120-0302/72
7575-0104/74
7,257.7
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const 10,565.2
Total 10,565.2
PE
STH 16 (Cass Street, City of LaCrosse), 4th Street
RW/UTL
To 7th Street, Reconstruction, (Const 2017) Design
Re Const
CONST
Obligated in 2010
TOTAL
PE
STH 16, (La Crosse Street, City of La Crosse),
ROW
Oakland St. to Losey Blvd., Reconstruct existing
Re Const (E) Const
roadway, add additional lane if traffic volumes
warrant. Design obligated 2011, const. in 2019.
Total
(Const 2020)
PE
STH 16, La Crosse St to CTH OS. Corridor study to
determine safety, capacity, intersection and access
ROW
Other
needs. Preliminary Design to Environmental
Const
Document. Design Obligated in 2018.
Total
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
243-12-013
Fed
2016 (x$1000)
750.4
2,000.0
187.6
2,000.0
938.0
Design Continued
Design Continued
STP
750.4
187.6
938.0
534.4
133.6
668.0
534.4
133.6
Design Continued
668.0
NHPP
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
NHPP
211.7
52.9
264.6
211.7
52.9
Design Continued
264.6
STP
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
SF
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
720.8
288.2
1,009.0
Total
720.8
288.2
1,009.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
SF
15 STP
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Project
Number
243-13-018
243-14-020
State ID
Number
5075-00-00
7067-00-00
Sponsor-ing
Agency
Project Description
Project Type
La Crosse
County
CTH B, Bostwick Creek Bridge B-32-0099. Bridge
Replacement
La Crosse
County
CTH SN, CTH S to Alpine Lane. Recondition,
including Bridge Replacment P-32-127. Includes
Re Cond / Br
bike and ped accomodations. Potential STP-Urban
Repl
project. Construction obligation and construction
date to be determined.
Br Repl
243-13-019
5346-00-00
La Crosse
County
Drogseth Rd, Bostwick Creek Bridge P-32-0903.
Bridge Replacement
Br Repl
243-13-020
5436-00-00,
70
La Crosse
County
CTH M, Branch of Mormon Creek B- 32-0011.
Bridge Replacement. Design obligated in 2013,
Construction obligated in 2016, Construction in 2017
Br Repl
243-15-014
5436-00-01
La Crosse
County
CTH M, CTH O to CTH B Recondition. Design
obligated in 2014. Possible construc tion in 2018.
Other
MN
Local /
Other
Total
Fed
WI
MN
Local /
Other
Total
Fed
WI
MN
Local /
Other
Total
Source of
Funds
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
LF
Design Continued
Design Continued
LF
Design Continued
Design Continued
275.5
275.5
Design Continued
68.9
68.9
344.4
344.4
NHPP
Construction continued
Design Continued
STP
Construction continued
TAP
City of La
Crosse
Northside Connector Trail. North Street to Salem Rd.
ROW cancelled. Design Obligated in 2003.
Construction obligated in 2014, Construction in 2014
and 2015.
Other
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Construction continued
TAP
Other
5991-05-08
5991-05-09
City of
LaCrosse
243-15-015
5991-07-33,
34
City of La
Crosse
VIP Trail Extension. Widen existing VIP Trail and
extend it to South Avenue and create a path to
Maple Street. Obligated in 2014. Design in 2015
and 2016. Construction in 2017.
Other
243-14-014
5991-0253/54
City of
Onalaska
Braund St., STH 16 to CTH PH. CTH PH, Braund
St. to Theater Road. STP-Urban project, Project
Design and WisDOT oversight. Design obligated in
2014, construction anticipated in 2018.
Re Const
243-14-015
5991-0256/57
City of
Onalaska
Rders Club Rd. STH 35 to Sand Lake Rd. (CTH S),
Reconstruct, Project Design and WisDOT
Oversight, Design obligated in 2014, Construction
anticipated in 2018
Re Const
5991-00-19, Village of West North Mark St., East Ave to Hamlin St. Reconstruct.
20
Salem
Design obligated in 2014, Construction in 2016
Village of
Holmen
Sunset Drive, Holmen Drive to Main St. Reconstruct.
(CTH HD to CTH DH), Project Design and WisDOT
Oversight, Design obligated in 2014. Construction in
2018.
Total
Re Const
Re Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
LF
Other
243-09-006
243-14-017
WI
Lax-Onalaska Oak St. Bike/Ped Trail. Salem Rd to
Enterprise Avenue. ROW Cancelled. Br over
BNSF. Design Obligated in 2002. Construction
obligated in 2014, Construction in 2014 and 2015.
City of La
Crosse
Br Repl
Dairyland Power Extension Trail (Gillette Street to
North Street) Construction obligated in 2014,
Construction in 2014 and 2015.
7272-0000/01
Fed
City of
LaCrosse
Market St., 14th St. South to 19th St. South. Design
obligated in 2014, Construction in 2017
243-14-016
Total
Total
PE
ROW
Const
City of La
Crosse
5991-05-93
5991-05-95
Local /
Other
Pav Rep
243-14-012
5991-05-18,
19
243-03-024
MN
6th St. North. Badger St. to State St. Pavement
Replacement. Design obligated in 2014,
Construction obligated in 2017, Construction in 2018
La Crosse
County
5991-07-17,
19
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
WI
2018 (x$1000)
Total
PE
ROW
Const
7371-00-00,
70
243-03-021
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Fed
2017 (x$1000)
Pav Rep
243-13-021
243-14-013
Exp.
Type
2016 (x$1000)
Total
PE
ROW
Const
Total
PE
ROW
Const
CTH XX, Halfway Creek Bridge B-32-0096. Bridge
Replacement. Design obligated in 2013,
Construction in 2016
5991-05-27,
28
2015 (x$1000)
Design Continued
693.2
693.2
Design Continued
173.3
173.3
NHPP
866.5
866.5
Design Continued
Design Continued
264.0
66.0
330.0
264.0
66.0
330.0
872.0
218.0
1,090.0
872.0
218.0
1,090.0
STP
Design Continued
STP
Construction Continued
TAP
Construction continued
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
Design Continued
479.9
120.0
599.9
479.9
120.0
599.9
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
Design Continued
TAP
Construction continued
171.3
171.3
134.1
134.1
305.4
305.4
1,179.6
305.0
1,484.6
1,179.6
305.0
1,484.6
STP
Design Continued
Design Continued
STP
Design Continued
265.3
265.3
Design Continued
66.3
66.3
STP
331.6
331.6
Design Continued
Design Continued
Total
47,541.6 14,864.7
0.0
4,319.2
66,725.5 16,481.5 14,567.2
16 0.0
428.5
31,477.2
8,357.1
1,769.1
0.0
816.9
10,943.1
175.8
44.0
219.8
175.8
5,823.5
44.0
483.1
219.8
8,080.8
1,774.2
0.0
STP
117,227
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Project
Number
State ID
Number
Sponsor-ing
Agency
Project Description
Project Type
2015 (x$1000)
Exp.
Type
Fed
WI
I 90 Dresbach Bridge (Chap 152) - Costs for
construction oversight.
State of
Minnesota
Br Repl
243-15-016 236-090-002
City of La
Crescent
Wagon Wheel Trail - Phase 2
Other
243-14-029
8580-166
State of
Minnesota
I 90 From Interchange 273A to 0.5 Mile West of I
90/61/14 Interchange, Bituminous Overlay, Grading
and ADA for Bike Trail.
Other
243-09-015
TRF-378015, 16, 17, 18
City of La
Crescent
SECT 5307: La Crescent Transit Operating
Assistance
Transit
La Crose
County Aging
Continuation of La Crosse Rural Public Transit to
Bangor, Rockland, Holland
City of
LaCrosse
MTU Operating Assistance
Transit
Transit
City of La
Crosse
MTU Capital Investment, Purchase one Bus.
Purchase obligated in 2014.
Transit
243-12-014
City of La
Crosse
MTU Capital Investment, Purchase CNG Buses (7 in
2014, 3 in 2015)
Transit
Vernon County Mobility Management and Volunteer Drive Program.
Aging Unit
Includes La Crosse County.
Other
City of Prairie
Du Chien
Scenic Mississippi Regional Transit (SMRT), La
Crosse, Crawford andVernon Counties
Transit
243-14-019
5991-02-58
City of
Onalaska
Onalaska / Holmen / West Salem Public Transit.
Operating Assistance, Nine additional vans (20142016)
Transit
243-03-043
11.12.15
11.93.02
City of
Onalaska
Onalaska / Holmen / West Salem Public Transit.
Operating Assistance, Additional vans (2014 2017)
Transit
Total:
Transit
243-12-018
243-13-013
2,221.0
Const
Construction Continued
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
2,221.0
Total
Fed
WI
2018 (x$1000)
Local /
Other
MN
Total
Fed
WI
1,591.0
Local /
Other
MN
2017
Total
2018
960.0
960.0
240.0
240.0
94.0
1,591.0
78.6
78.6
TAP
392.8
392.8
STP
330.9
94.0
246.8
340.8
94.0
257.1
351.1
72.3
289.3
361.6
5307
94.0
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
PE
OA
CAPT
TOTAL
1,591.0
1,200.0
1,200.0
236.9
SF
Construction Continued
2,221.0
Source of
Funds
1,591.0
314.2
314.2
1,054.0
MiniBus, Volunteer Driver
Local /
Other
MN
0.0
2,461.0
236.9
330.9
94.0
236.9
3,751.9
94.0
0.0
2015
La Crosse
County Aging
243-09-010
WI
2016
2,221.0
WISCONSIN TRANSIT PROJECTS
243-03-039
Fed
2017 (x$1000)
ROW
Total:
243-07-015
Total
2015
Other
243-03-037
Local /
Other
MN
MINNESOTA PROJECTS
243-12-023 8580-149OV
2016 (x$1000)
1,591.0
246.8
340.8
94.0
246.8
1,931.8
408.2
0.0
2016
0.0
257.1
351.1
72.3
335.6
743.8
72.3
0.0
2017
0.0
289.3
361.6
289.3
361.6
2018
250.2
50.0
300.2
250.2
50.0
300.2
250.2
50.0
300.2
250.2
50.0
300.2
250.2
50.0
300.2
250.2
50.0
300.2
250.2
50.0
300.2
250.2
50.0
300.2
85.0
29.5
114.5
65.0
85.0
29.5
114.5
65.0
23.5
23.5
20.0
6.0
26.0
85.0
29.5
114.5
65.0
23.5
23.5
20.0
6.0
26.0
65.0
65.0
20.0
6.0
26.0
65.0
23.5
23.5
65.0
23.5
23.5
20.0
6.0
26.0
85.0
29.5
114.5
1,840.1
1,428.0
2,817.9
6,086.0
1,858.5
1,442.3
2,846.1
6,146.9
1,877.1
1,456.7
2,874.5
6,208.3
1,895.9
1,471.3
2,903.3
6,270.4
1,840.1
1,428.0
2,817.9
6,086.0
1,858.5
1,442.3
2,846.1
6,146.9
1,877.1
1,456.7
2,874.5
6,208.3
1,895.9
1,471.3
2,903.3
6,270.4
65.0
1,440.0
1,440.0
360.0
360.0
1,800.0
1,800.0
11.8
63.0
74.8
29.0
17.9
46.9
40.8
80.9
121.7
204.0
136.0
340.0
204.0
136.0
340.0
3,994
1,911
208.8
0
5311
5307
5309
5310
5311
Capital Purhase Continued
208.8
SF
STP
Capital Purchase Continued
265.7
103.9
369.6
6,789
STP
Capital Purcahse Continued
354.8
26.0
380.8
829.3
129.9
959.2
268.4
107.0
375.4
210.9
3,818
9,722
2,299
1,927
17 210.9
0
358.3
26.8
385.1
837.6
133.8
971.4
271.0
110.2
381.3
213.0
3,307
7,533
2,323
1,943
213.0
0
361.9
27.6
389.5
846.0
137.8
983.8
273.8
113.5
387.3
215.1
3,340
7,607
2,348
1,960
365.6
28.4
394.0
215.1
0
3,373
854.4
5307 / 5309
141.9
996.4
7,681
32,543
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income populations, and the locations of housing for elderly, disabled, and low‐
income persons, for the years 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018, respectively. Over the four years of this TIP, three significant reconstruction projects may have a negative impact on minority and/or eligible low‐income persons: USH 53 between Livingston St and George St W (243‐13‐017); USH 14/61 South Ave between Green Bay St and Ward Ave (243‐13‐015); and, Riders Club Rd between STH 35 and Sand Lake Rd (243‐14‐015). Construction is anticipated in 2017 for the USH 53 project (Figure 4), which cuts through a block group with a high percent of minority persons. The South Ave and Riders Club Rd projects are anticipated to be reconstructed in 2018 (Figure 5)—both of which occur within block groups with a high percent of minority persons. The South Ave project also occurs within a tract with a high percent of eligible low‐
income persons. The property acquisition associated with the USH 53 and South Ave projects in particular may have a negative impact on these vulnerable populations. These projects, however, do not appear to directly impact housing developments for the elderly, disabled, or low‐income. The other projects occur in undeveloped, commercial, or areas with low minority and low‐income populations. 20 Figure 2: 2015 TIP Projects and Environmental Justice for the LAPC Planning Area
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CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS TIP Illustrative Project List The illustrative list (Table 5) includes future projects that are being considered by area municipalities and agencies. Funding for these projects has not been identified and they are included to give planners, decision makers and the public an idea of future transportation improvements. Table 5: 2015 - 2018 TIP Illustrative Project List
Sponsoring Agency
Type
Year
Theater Rd/CTH PH to STH 16:
Reconstruction; concrete pavement (5
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Re Const
2015 - 2108
$800,000
City of Onalaska
CTH OS from STH 16 to Marketplace-Widen to 7 lanes
Sys Pres
2015-2018
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STH 16 Multipurpose Trail from CTH
PH to Landfill Rd.
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2015-2018
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East Main St/Green Coulee Rd Corridor Improvements
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STH 33 (Jackson St.) 19th St. to Losey
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2015-2020
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TIP Removed Project List The TIP Removed Project List (Table 6) lists projects that have been removed from the 2013 – 2016 TIP. 21 CHAPTER 3: TIP PROJECT LISTS Table 6: Removed Project List
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3700-10-10
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Operations, Region wide Locations,
Equipment Procurement FY 2014
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IH 90 STH 16 Interchange area EB & WB.
Repair pavement from South Kinney
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2012, Const. in 2014
Completed
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1630-07-61
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USH 53, Livingston Street to North County
Line, Concrete and Inlet Repairs, LFA
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Replacement
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21, 40, 41, 42,
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2011, Utilities in 2014. Construction
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Completed
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STH 157, Main Street to STH 16, Concrete
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in 2014
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Welcome and Tourism Center - Scenic
Byways Program. Design Obligated in
2007. (Const 2014)
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Expansion. Construction on Possible
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STH 16, La Crosse St. to Gillette St.
Repair joints & concrete patching. Design
obligated in 2011. Const. obligated in
2015. (Const. 2016)
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Non-Infrastructure, Village of West Salem
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2016
2017
2018
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19,327.
4
6,195.4
14,414.
2
92,526.0
5,252.6
4,764.7
41,706.5
Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation
(BR)
Federal
Highway
Administration
Transportation Alternatives (Includes
Transportation Alternatives and Safe
Routes to School)
Federal
Transit
Administration
Total Federal
Wisconsin
State Funds including Major Projects and
State Transit Funds
13,775.2
17,913.
9
Minnesota
State Funds Including State Construction
Oversite
2,461.0
1,629.2
Total State
Local
16,236.2
Local Shares (Wisconsin)
Local Shares (Minnesota)
8,136.8
236.9
Total Local
8,373.7
Total Programmed Projects
77,199.0
26 19,543.
1
3,825.3
252.8
4,078.1
42,948.
6
1,422.3
2,529.2
9,683.2
4,090.2
5,252.6
4,764.7
45,796.7
4,340.0
351.9
4,160.0
310.6
20,462.2
1,152.2
4,691.9
16,139.
9
4,470.6
23,649.
6
21,614.4
$159,937.0
CHAPTER 4: FINANCIAL PLAN Table 8: 2014 – 2018 TIP Financial Plan Estimated Available Funding Estimated Available Funding (x $1000 in 2015 Dollars)
FUNDING SOURCE / PROGRAM
2015
2016
2017
2018
Total
Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation (BR)
Federal
Highway
Administration
Surface Transportation Program (STP)
19,957.8
1,015.7
3,176.8
2,769.1
26,919.4
National Highway Performance Program
(NHPP)
27,942.3
14,985.9
0.0
8,234.7
51,162.9
601.5
479.9
314.2
Urban Area Formula Grant (5307)
2,303.7
2,327.9
2,352.4
Discretionary Capital Assistance (5309)
1,440.0
1,440.0
Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals
with Disabilities (5310)
74.8
74.8
Rural Area Formula Grants (5311)
269.0
65.0
65.0
65.0
464.0
52,589.1
18,874.4
5,908.4
13,424.3
90,796.1
13,775.2
17,494.1
5,009.3
4,437.5
40,716.1
2,461.0
1,591.0
16,236.2
8,136.8
236.9
8,373.7
19,085.1
3,735.7
246.8
3,982.5
5,009.3
4,139.0
335.6
4,474.6
4,437.5
3,874.3
289.3
4,163.6
44,768.1
19,885.8
1,108.6
20,994.4
$77,199.0
$41,942.0
$15,392.2
$22,025.4
$156,558.5
Transportation Alternatives (Includes
Transportation Alternatives and Safe Routes to
School) (TAP)
Federal
Transit
Administration
Total Federal
State Funds including Major Projects and State
Transit Funds
Wisconsin
State Funds Including State Construction
Oversite
Total State
Local Shares (Wisconsin)
Local Shares (Minnesota)
Total Local
Minnesota
Local
Total Programmed Projects
27 1,395.6
2,355.5
9,339.4
4,052.0
CHAPTER 4: FINANCIAL PLAN This page intentionally left blank. 28 APPENDIX A: PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENTS Public Notice, Agendas, Record of Comments Public Notice La Crosse Area Planning Committee (LAPC) Transportation Improvement Program The LAPC is preparing the 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), listing all area projects eligible for federal funding. This public notice of public involvement activities and time established for public review and comment on the TIP will satisfy the program of projects requirements of the Section 5307 Urbanized Area Formula Program for the La Crosse Municipal Transit Utility and Onalaska/Holmen/West Salem Public Transit. The TIP will be considered at LAPC meetings in September and November, 2014, with an opportunity for public comment. Contact Please contact Tom Faella at the LAPC office, 400 4th St N, Room 2300, La Crosse, WI 54601, (608) 785‐5977, [email protected], or www.LAPC.org. 37 APPENDIX A: PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENTS DATE:
FROM:
TO:
SUBJECT:
La Crosse Area Planning Committee
Metropolitan Planning Organization
Serving the La Crosse/La Crescent Urbanized Area
Tom Faella, Director
Jackie Eastwood, Transportation Planner
La Crosse County Administrative Center
400 4th Street North  Room 2300  La Crosse, WI 54601-3200
FAX: 608.793.6525
PH: 608.785.5977 or 608.785.6141
NOVEMBER 11, 2014
MIKE POELLINGER, MAYOR, CITY OF LA CRESCENT
LA CROSSE AREA PLANNING COMMITTEE
NOVEMBER 19, 2014 LAPC MEETING
The next meeting of the LAPC Policy Board will be Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. in
Room 3220, La Crosse County Administrative Center, 400 4th Street N, La Crosse, WI.
AGENDA
1. Approval of Minutes of the November 5, 2014 LAPC Meeting (Action Requested).
2. Public comment relative to agenda items, with 5 minute time limit per comment.
3. Resolution 6 - 2014 Amending the LAPC 2014 - 2015 Planning Work Program (PWP)
(Action Requested).
Resolution 6 – 2014 amends the 2014-2015 Planning Work Program to include additional federal
funds ($20,000 for aerial photography and $5,911 for the Coulee Vision Implementation Plan).
Please see attached pages to be amended and the complete PWP document on the LAPC
website.
4. Resolution 7 - 2014 Approving the LAPC 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement
Program (TIP) (Action Requested).
Resolution 7 – 2014 approves the 2015 – 2018 Transportation Improvement Program. Please
see the TIP document on the LAPC website and the attached TIP project list.
5. Resolution 8 - 2014 Approving the LAPC 2015 Planning Work Program (PWP) (Action
Requested).
Resolution 8 – 2014 approves the 2015 Planning Work Program. Please see the PWP document
on the LAPC website.
6. Resolution 9 - 2014 Approving the LAPC Title VI Program / Limited English Proficiency
Plan (Title VI Plan) update (Action Requested).
Resolution 9 – 2014 approves an update to the LAPC Title VI Program / Limited English
Proficiency Plan. Please see the Title VI Plan document on the LAPC website.
7. Resolution 10 - 2014 Approving the 2015 Minnesota Planning Grants (Action Requested).
Resolution 10 - 2014 approves the Minnesota State Planning Grant of $11,000 (same as 2014).
8. Coulee Vision Implementation Plan update.
Our planning consultants, URS and MSA are working with the municipalities and TAC on
boundary agreement resolutions, planned project descriptions and transportation financial
planning. An update will be presented.
9. Badger-Coulee Transmission Line.
A discussion of the Badger-Coulee Transmission Line was requested at the September meeting.
10. Other business; Adjourn; Next meeting to be announced.
38 APPENDIX A: PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENTS RESOLUTION 7 - 2014
APPROVING THE
2015 -2018 La Crosse and La Crescent Metropolitan Area Transportation Improvement
Program
WHEREAS, the U. S. Department of Transportation regulations require the development
and approval of a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the metropolitan planning
area by the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO); and
WHEREAS, the U. S. Department of Transportation regulations provide for self-certification
that the urban transportation planning process is being carried out in conformance with all
applicable requirements of federal law; and
WHEREAS, the La Crosse Area Planning Committee (LAPC) was created through an Intermunicipal Agreement approved by all local units of government located within the La Crosse
urbanized area as the urban planning body responsible for performing urban transportation
planning; and
WHEREAS, the LAPC is recognized by the Governors of Minnesota and Wisconsin as the
MPO for the La Crosse/La Crescent area; and
WHEREAS, the LAPC adopted the 2035 La Crosse and La Crescent Metropolitan Area
Transportation Plan on September 1, 2010; and
WHEREAS, federal regulations dictate that projects included in the Transportation
Improvement Program are also consistent with the Metropolitan Transportation Plan;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: that in accordance with 23 CFR 450.334(a) the
LAPC hereby certifies that the metropolitan transportation planning process is addressing
major issues facing the metropolitan planning area and is being conducted in accordance
with all applicable requirements of:
 23 U.S.C. 134 and 49 U.S.C. 5303, and this subpart;
 In non-attainment and maintenance areas, Sections 174 and 176 I and (d) of the
Clean Air Act as amended (42 U.S.C. 7504, 7506 I and (d)) and 40 CFR part 93;
 Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (42 USC 2000d-1) and 49 CFR
part 21;
 49 USC 5332, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national
origin, sex, or age in employment or business opportunity;
 Sections 1101(b) of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP21) (P.L. 112-141) and 49 CFR Part 26 regarding the involvement of disadvantaged
business enterprises in the US DOT funded projects;
 23 CFR part 230, regarding the implementation of an equal employment opportunity
program on Federal and Federal-aid highway construction contracts;
 The provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et
seq.) and 49 CFR Parts 27, 37, and 38;
39 APPENDIX A: PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENTS  The Older Americans Act, as amended (42 U.S.C 6101), prohibiting discrimination
on the basis of age in programs or activities receiving Federal financial assistance;
 Section 324 of title 23, U.S.C regarding the prohibition of discrimination based on
gender;
 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 794) and 49 CFR 27
regarding discrimination against individuals with disabilities;
 Section 225 of 2 CFR Cost Principles for State, Local, and Indian Tribal
Governments; and,
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: that
1)
the LAPC, Mn/DOT and WisDOT agree that the first year of the TIP
constitutes an “agreed to” list of projects for project selection purposes and
no further project selection action is required for WisDOT, Mn/DOT or the
transit operator to proceed with federal fund commitment; and
2)
if WisDOT, Mn/DOT or the transit operator(s) wish to proceed with a
project(s) not in the first year of the TIP, the LAPC agrees that projects from
the second or third year of the TIP can be advanced to proceed with federal
fund commitment without the LAPC being further involved in their project
selection; and
3)
even though an updated TIP has been developed and approved by the
LAPC, WisDOT and Mn/DOT can continue to seek federal fund commitment
for projects in the previous TIP until a new Statewide Transportation
Improvement Program (STIP) has been jointly approved by Federal Highway
Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA); and
4)
highway and transit projects reflected in any of the first three years of the
approved STIP may be advanced for federal fund commitment without
requiring an amendment to the STIP; and
5)
it is the intent of WisDOT, Mn/DOT and the MPO to advance only projects,
including transit operating assistance, that are included in an approved TIP
and STIP; and
6)
concerning the federal funding sources that the MPO has identified for
individual projects in its TIP, it is agreed that WisDOT and Mn/DOT can
unilaterally interchange the various FHWA funding program sources without
necessitating a STIP or TIP amendment, except that WisDOT must seek
MPO staff approval to use Entitlement or Allocated STP funds and CMAQ
funds for projects not identified for that source of funding in the TIP; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: that the LAPC approves the 2015 - 2018 La Crosse and La
Crescent Metropolitan Area Transportation Improvement Program as being consistent with
metropolitan plans and policies; and
40 APPENDIX A: PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENTS BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: that the LAPC policy board authorizes the staff of the LAPC
to make minor changes in order to address the concerns of the FTA, FHWA, MnDOT, and
WisDOT.
Dated: November 19, 2014
Public Comment No public comments were received at the LAPC office or at the November 19, 2014 LAPC meeting. 41 APPENDIX A: PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENTS This page intentionally left blank.
42 APPENDIX B: MINNESOTA MPO TIP CHECK LIST Minnesota MPO TIP Check List MPO: La Crosse Area Planning Committee TIP Period Covered: From: 1/2015 To: 12/2018 MPO Contact: Tom Faella, Executive Director Phone: (608) 785‐5977 Table A‐1 identifies information that should be covered by the MPO’s TIP, as required by CFR 450. TABLE 9: CFR 450 REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR TIP Regulatory Citation Key Content of Rule Review Guidance Where in TIP? Page(s) Appendix A CFR 450.316 (a) Public Involvement TIP uses visualization, is available on the web, process was consistent with public involvement plan, final action includes documentation of significant comments and disposition. CFR 450.316 (b) Consultation Page 3 TIP process includes consultation with other planning organizations and stakeholders, including applicable tribes and federal land management agencies. CFR 459.320 (b) Congestion Management TMA’s TIP reflects multimodal measures/strategies from congestion management process 43 N/A Comments Yes Yes Yes APPENDIX B: MINNESOTA MPO TIP CHECK LIST TABLE 9: CFR 450 REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR TIP (CONTINUED) Regulatory Citation Key Content of Rule Review Guidance Where in TIP? Page(s) Comments CFR 450.324 (a) Cooperation with State and public transit operators TIP was developed in cooperation with the State (DOT) and (any) public transit operators. Page 3 Yes TIP covers at least 4 years. Table 4 Yes Table 1 Yes Appendix A 11/19/2104 Yes > 4 years TIP cycle matches STIP. MPO approval of TIP Date TIP approved by the MPO’s Policy Board. Signed copy of the resolution is included. CFR 450.324 (a) Continued Approval recommended by the District. Date: Governor’s Approval Approval by Mn/DOT. Date: MPO Conformity Determination If a nonattainment /maintenance area, a conformity determination was made. NA TIP identifies options provided for public review/comment, documentation of meetings, notices, TIP published on‐line, other document availability, accommodations, etc. Appendix A CFR 450.324 (b) Reasonable Opportunity for Public Comment 44 Yes APPENDIX B: MINNESOTA MPO TIP CHECK LIST TABLE 9: CFR 450 REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR TIP (CONTINUED) Where in TIP? Page(s) Comments CFR 450.324 (c) Specific types TIP includes capital and of projects to be non‐capital surface included in TIP transportation projects within the metropolitan planning area proposed for funding under 23 USC or 49 USC chapter 53. Table 4 Yes CFR 450.324 (d) Lists all regionally significant projects TIP lists all regionally significant projects requiring FHWA or FTA action, regardless of funding source. Table 4 Yes CFR 450.324 (e) Information required about each project Sufficient scope description (type, termini, length, etc.). Table 4 Yes Estimated total cost (including costs that extend beyond the 4 years of the TIP). Tables 4,5,7,8 Yes Federal funds proposed, by year. Table 4 Yes Proposed category(ies) and source(s) of federal and non‐federal funds. Table 4 Yes CFR 450.324 (e) Continued Recipient/responsible agency(s) identified. Table 4 Yes If a nonattainment/ maintenance area, TCMs from SIP are identified. NA Information required about each project. If a nonattainment/ maintenance area, project information provides sufficient detail for air quality analysis. NA Regulatory Citation Key Content Guidance 45 APPENDIX B: MINNESOTA MPO TIP CHECK LIST TABLE 9: CFR 450 REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR TIP (CONTINUED) Where in TIP? Page(s) Comments Identification of projects that will implement ADA paratransit or key station plans. Table 4 Yes Financial Plan Demonstrates TIP can be implemented, expected public and private resources, and recommends financing strategies for needed projects and programs. Tables 7,8 Yes Total costs are consistent with DOT estimate of available federal and state funds. Tables 7,8 Yes Construction or operating funds are reasonably expected to be available for all listed projects. Tables 7,8 Yes For new funding sources, strategies have been identified to ensure fund availability. N/A Includes all projects and Table 6 strategies funded under 23 USC and Federal Transit Act and regionally significant projects. CFR450.324 (h) Continued Contains system‐level estimates of costs and revenues expected to be available to operate and maintain Federal‐aid highways and transit. Regulatory Citation Key Content Guidance CFR450.324 (h) 46 Tables 7,8 Yes Yes APPENDIX B: MINNESOTA MPO TIP CHECK LIST TABLE 9: CFR 450 REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR TIP (CONTINUED) Where in TIP? Page(s) Regulatory Citation Key Content Guidance Revenue and cost Table 7 estimates are inflated to reflect year of expenditure. Yes CFR 450.324 (i) Financial Constraint Full funding for each project is reasonably anticipated to be available within the identified time frame. Yes If a nonattainment / maintenance area, the first two years’ projects are only those for which funds are available or committed. TIP is financially constrained by year, while providing for adequate operation and maintenance of the federal‐aid system. Tables 7,8 Yes Financial Constraint If a nonattainment/ maintenance area, priority was given to TCMs identified in the SIP. NA Total federal share in first year of TIP is less than funding committed to the MPA. Funding in future years is less than what is reasonably expected to be available. NA CFR 450.324 (k) 5309 Projects 47 Tables 7,8 Comments NA APPENDIX B: MINNESOTA MPO TIP CHECK LIST TABLE 9: CFR 450 REQUIRED ELEMENTS FOR TIP (CONTINUED) Regulatory Citation Key Content Guidance Where in TIP? Page(s) Comments CFR450.324 (l) Monitoring Progress TIP identifies criteria (including multimodal tradeoffs), describes prioritization process, and notes changes in priorities from prior years. Page 6 Yes TIP lists major projects Table 5 (from previous TIP) that have been implemented or significantly delayed. Yes If a nonattainment/ maintenance area, progress implementing TCS is described. NA CFR 450.326 TIP/STIP Relationship Approved TIP included within STIP without change. TIP matches STIP CFR 450.332 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects TIP includes annual list of obligated projects, including bike and/or pedestrian facilities. On website Yes CFR450.334 Certification TIP includes or is accompanied by resolution whereby MPO self‐certifies compliance with all applicable provisions of CFR450.334 and federal lobbying restrictions of 49 CFR 20.110 Appendix A 48 Yes APPENDIX C: CONTACT INFORMATION LAPC Contact Information La Crosse Area Planning Committee La Crosse County Administrative Center Room 2300 400 4th Street North La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601 LAPC Website: www.lapc.org Executive Director: Tom Faella (608) 785‐5977 E‐mail: [email protected] Transportation Planner: Jackie Eastwood (608) 785‐ 6141 E‐mail: [email protected] LAPC Subcommittees: Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Bicycle/Pedestrian Technical Advisory Committee (BPAC) Transit Coordinating Council (TCC) 49 APPENDIX C: CONTACT INFORMATION Department of Transportation Local Contacts Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Transportation Southwest Region 3550 Mormon Coulee Road La Crosse, WI 54601 Phone: (608) 785‐9022 Fax: (608) 785‐9969  Joe Olson, Southwest Region Director (608) 785‐9026, E‐mail: [email protected] 

Dale Oestreich, Planning Supervisor (608) 785‐9966, E‐mail: [email protected]
Francis Schelfhout, Urban and Regional Planner (608) 785‐9947, E‐mail: [email protected] Wisconsin Department of Transportation Southwest Region, Madison Office 2101 Wright Street Madison, WI 53704  Jeff Gust, Region Planning Chief (608) 516‐5837, E‐mail: [email protected]
Minnesota Minnesota Department of Transportation District 6 2900 48th Street NW Rochester, MN 55903‐6177 Phone: (507) 286‐7500 Fax: (507) 285‐7355 
Jeff Vlaminck, District Engineer (507) 286‐7501, E‐mail: [email protected] 50
APPENDIX C: CONTACT INFORMATION 
Mark Schoenfelder, Planning Director (507) 286‐7552, E‐mail: [email protected] 
Gregory Pates, Principal Planner (507) 286‐7680, E‐mail: [email protected] 
Jean Meyer, District Transit Project Manager (507) 286‐7596, E‐mail: [email protected] Department of Transportation State Contacts Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Transportation Office of the Secretary 4802 Sheboygan Avenue P.O. Box 7910 Madison, WI 53707‐7910 Division of Transportation Investment Management 4802 Sheboygan Avenue P.O. Box 7913 Madison, WI 53707‐7913 Phone: (608) 266‐1402 Fax: (608) 267‐0294 
Donald A. Gutkowski, Director, Bureau of Planning and Economic Development, (715) 836‐2079 E‐mail: [email protected] 
John Nordbo, Section Chief, Planning, (608) 267‐7751 E‐mail: [email protected] 
Hector Torres‐Cacho, Urban and Regional Planner ‐ Advance, (608) 261‐0260 E‐mail: [email protected]

Jill Mrotek Glezinski, Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator, (608) 267‐7757 E‐mail: [email protected]

Jennifer Murray, Section Chief, Traffic Forecasting, (608) 266‐1169 E‐mail: [email protected]
51 APPENDIX C: CONTACT INFORMATION Minnesota Minnesota Department of Transportation Transportation Building, Mail Stop 440 395 John Ireland Blvd. St. Paul, Minnesota 55155 
Philip Schaffner, Transportation Planning Director, (651) 366‐3743 MnDOT Office of Statewide Multimodal Planning E‐mail: [email protected] 
Bobbi Retzlaff, Principal Transportation Planner, (651) 366‐3793 Mn/DOT Office of Statewide Multimodal Planning E‐mail: [email protected]
Shaun Morell, Intercity Bus and Urban Transit Program Coordinator, (651) 366‐4183 MnDOT Office of Transit E‐mail: [email protected]

Department of Transportation Federal Contacts FTA ‐ Federal Transit Administration U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration 400 Seventh Street SW Washington, D.C. 20590 Federal Transit Administration, Region 5 200 W. Adams Street Chicago, IL 60606 
Marisol Simon, Regional Administrator Phone: (312) 353‐2789 Fax: (312) 886‐0351 
Bill Wheeler, Area Representative, Wisconsin, Minnesota Phone: (312) 886‐1621 Fax: (312) 886‐0351 E‐mail: [email protected] 52
APPENDIX C: CONTACT INFORMATION FHWA ‐ Federal Highway Administration Wisconsin Federal Highway Administration City Center West 525 Junction Rd, Suite 8000 Madison, WI 53717 Fax: (608) 829‐7526 
Dwight McComb, Planning and Program Development Engineer Phone: (608) 829‐7518 E‐mail: [email protected] Minnesota Federal Highway Administration Galtier Plaza (Box 75) 380 Jackson St. ‐ Suite 500 St. Paul, Minnesota 55101  Kris Riesenberg, Technical Services Team Leader Phone: (651) 291‐6114 E‐mail: [email protected] 53 APPENDIX C: CONTACT INFORMATION This page intentionally left blank.
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