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PUBLIC NOTICE NO. 7: Proposed Transit Project Updates to the FY 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the 2015-2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP)

The Corpus Christi Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) hereby seeks public input on the proposed changes to transit projects on the behalf of the Corpus Christi Regional Transit Authority (CCRTA) for purposes of amending the FY 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the 2015-2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).

PROPOSED TRANSIT PROJECT UPDATES:

Removal of the following 12 projects submitted with FY 2019-2022 TIP updates on April 5, 2018:
Program Year Project Name/Description Funding Total Project Cost
FY 2019   Mobil Bus Lift 5339 $45,000   
FY 2019   Port/Ayers Renovation Other $5,081,287   
FY 2019   Bus Stop Improvements 5307 $1,000,000   
FY 2019   Bus Stop Amenities 5307 $1,005,117   
FY 2019   Engine Overhaul 5307 $1,147,365   
FY 2019   Section 5310 Seniors and People with Disabilities 5310 $365,691   
FY 2019 removed project total    $8,644,460   
FY 2020   Mobil Bus Lift 5339 $45,000   
FY 2020   Del Mar South Campus Transfer Station Other $5,100,000   
FY 2020   Bus Stop Improvement 5307 $1,000,000   
FY 2020   Bus Stop Amenities 5307 $848,377   
FY 2020   Replacement of Buses 5307 $5,749,816   
FY 2020   Section 5310 Seniors and People with Disabilities 5310 $350,000   
FY 2020 removed project total    $13,093,193   

Addition of 13 projects in FY 2019:
Program Year Project Name/Description Funding Total Project Cost
FY 2019   Bus DVR Camera Replacement 5307 $323,030   
FY 2019   Two (2) Hybrid SUV Replacement 5307 $74,910   
FY 2019   Port A Fleet Replacement 5307 $85,000   
FY 2019   Mobile Bus Lift 5307 $80,000   
FY 2019   Paratransit Fleet Replacement 5307 $1,760,000   
FY 2019   Two (2) VPG Support Vehicles Replacement 5307 $68,000   
FY 2019   Bear Lane Fencing Replacement 5307 $31,035   
FY 2019   Concrete Improvement for Bus Pad 5307 $350,000   
FY 2019   Fluid Storage Tanks 5339 $27,500   
FY 2019   Coin Sorter 5339 $11,000   
FY 2019   Shelves for Maintenance Department 5339 $50,000   
FY 2019   Bus Automatic Passenger Counting Solution 5339 $196,601   
FY 2019   Section 5310 Sub-recipients 5310 $144,522   
FY 2019 Total    $3,201,598   

Addition of 9 projects in FY 2020:
Program Year Project Name/Description Funding Total Project Cost
FY 2020   Del Mar South Campus Transfer Station Other $2,432.787   
FY 2020   Port/Ayers Station Renovation Other $4,939,642   
FY 2020   Bear Lane Bus Parking Lot Other $875,000   
FY 2020   Bus Stop Amenities 5339 $523,750   
FY 2020   Supervisor Vans (7) 5339 $315,000   
FY 2020   Paratransit Fleet Replacement 5307 $5,749,816   
FY 2020   Bus Stop Improvement 5307 $1,000,000   
FY 2020   Mobile Bus Lift 5307 $40,000   
FY 2020   Section 5310 Sub-recipients 5310 $400,000   
FY 2020 Total    $16,275,995   

Addition of 4 projects in FY 2021:
Program Year Project Name/Description Funding Total Project Cost
FY 2021   Bus Stop Amenities 5339 $848,377   
FY 2021   Bus Stop Improvement 5307 $1,000,000   
FY 2021   Mobile Bus Lift 5307 $45,000   
FY 2021   Section 5310 Sub-recipients 5310 $400,000   
FY 2021 Total    $2,293,377   

Addition of 3 programs in FY 2022:
Program Year Project Name/Description Funding Total Project Cost
FY 2022   Bus Stop Amenities 5339 $862,645   
FY 2022   Section 5310 Sub-recipients 5310 $400,000   
FY 2022   Westside Station near DMC West Campus 5307 $5,100,000   
FY 2022 Total    $6,362,645   

Public input by telephone or in written form is invited through December 6, 2018. Public comment may be offered in person during the following meetings:

Thursday, November 15, 2018 - 9:00 AM Thursday, December 6, 2018* - 2:00 PM
MPO Technical Advisory Committee Meeting MPO Transportation Policy Committee Meeting
Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority
602 N. Staples Street, 2nd Floor Board Room
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
Corpus Christi City Hall - Council Chambers
1201 Leopard Street, Corpus Christi, TX 78401

Discussion with possible action to modify or adopt the FY 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) based on public input may take place at the December 6, 2018 meeting of the Transportation Policy Committee (TPC). (*Date subject to change; notice of TPC meeting is posted on the MPO website: http://www.corpuschristi-mpo.org/03_tpc_agenda.html).

If you would like this information in Spanish or would like an explanation about the contents of this information, please call us at (361) 884-0687 or contact us by email at ccmpo@cctxmpo.us. We are located at 602 N. Staples Street, Suite 300, Corpus Christi, TX 78401. Copies available upon request.

Información en Español: Si usted desea esta información en Español o si desea explicación sobre el contenido, por favor llamenos al teléfono (361) 884-0687 o comuníquese con nosotros mediante correo electrónico a ccmpo@cctxmpo.us. Nuestras oficinas estan ubicadas en el 602 N. Staples #300, Corpus Christi, TX 78401. Copias se proveeran a petición.


The Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority (CCRTA) hereby gives notice that coordination actions with the Corpus Christi Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) have occurred to assure that the procedures established in the MPO’s public participation plan, including public notice and times established for public review and comment on the TIP, satisfy the Requirement of public participation in the development of the program of projects and grant application requirements of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Urbanized Area Formula Program, Section 5307; and other formula funds. The public participation requirements of 49 U.S.C. Section 5307 (b) (1) through (b) (7) (as amended by MAP-21) are integrated into the MPO’s adopted “Public Participation Plan”.
The CCRTA therefore is a participant with the MPO in the TIP process noticed on November 1, 2018.
 

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