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HERNANDO COUNTY

METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION

Transportation Improvement Program

20 N. Main Street, Room 262 Brooksville, FL 34601 352-754-4057 FAX: 352-754-4420 Email: [email protected] Website: www.hernandocounty.us/mpo

FISCAL YEARS 2009/10 through 2013/14

Adopted June 23, 2009

HERNANDO COUNTY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (MPO)

Commissioner David D. Russell, Jr., Chairman Commissioner Rose Rocco, Vice-Chairman Commissioner James E. Adkins Commissioner John Druzbick Commissioner Jeff Stabins City of Brooksville Vice-Mayor Lara Bradburn Florida Department of Transportation (Ex-Officio) Secretary Donald Skelton, P.E.

HERNANDO COUNTY PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Ronald F. Pianta, AICP, Planning/MPO Director Dennis L. Dix, AICP, MPO Coordinator

The preparation of this report has been financed in part through grant[s] from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, under the State Planning and Research Program, Section 505 [or Metropolitan Planning Program, Section 104(f)] of Title 23, U.S. Code. The contents of this report do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Adopted June 23, 2009 Amended October 13, 2009, December 15, 2009, June 22, 2010, July 27, 2010, August 17, 2010

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page No. ENDORSEMENT INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................ 1 Purpose................................................................................................................................................................ 1 Financial Plan ..................................................................................................................................................... 2 Project Selection Process.................................................................................................................................... 2 Project Consistency with Local Plans ................................................................................................................ 3 Annual Listing of Projects .................................................................................................................................. 3 Project Priority Statement................................................................................................................................... 4 Major Projects..................................................................................................................................................... 4 Public Involvement............................................................................................................................................. 5 Certification ........................................................................................................................................................ 5 PRIORITY PROGRAMS OF PROJECTS................................................................................................................... 6 PRIORITY PROGRAMS OF PROJECTS LIST ...................................................................................................... 7-8 LEGENDS Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................ 9 Phase Code Descriptions .................................................................................................................................. 10 Index of Funding Codes .............................................................................................................................. 11-12 FIVE YEAR FDOT DISTRICT SEVEN FEDERAL FUNDED PROJECTS (FY 2009/10 - 2013/14) Hernando County Five Year Final Tentative Work Program ..................................................................... 13-25 Federal and State Funds Programmed Table.................................................................................................... 26

TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continuation) HERNANDO COUNTY ROADWAY WORK PROGRAM (FY 2009/10 - 2013/14) Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Map ........................................................................................... 27 Capital Improvement Projects Table ........................................................................................................... 28-29 TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED (FY 2009/10 - 2013/14) Transportation Disadvantaged Five Year Work Program................................................................................ 30 TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (FY 2009/10 - 2013/14) Introduction....................................................................................................................................................... 31 Funding Allocation Guidelines......................................................................................................................... 32 Amended Transportation Enhancements Priority List ..................................................................................... 35 Transportation Enhancement Reserve SE Funding.......................................................................................... 36 AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (ARRA) TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS LIST .... 37 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM AMENDMENTS ................................................................ 39

Introduction

HERNANDO COUNTY MPO

TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP)

INTRODUCTION The Hernando County Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is developed and updated annually as part of the Hernando Area Transportation Study Certification Process. Preparation and maintenance of the TIP is one of several prerequisites to continued receipt of Federal Assistance for Transportation Improvements. The TIP, a multimodal program consisting of improvements recommended from the transportation systems management and longrange elements of the Transportation Plan, is developed through a continuing comprehensive and coordinated effort involving the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The FDOT's Five Year Construction Plan is the basic input source for the Strategic Intermodal System (SIS), National Highway System (NHS), non-NHS, and Mass Transit portions of the TIP. Data required for the balance of the TIP is assembled from input provided through the Technical Advisory Committee, the Transportation Systems Operations Committee, the Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee, and the Citizens Advisory Committee. Purpose It is the purpose of this narrative to provide information to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) on the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) development process which: , , , , Depicts the Hernando County MPO's priorities for the expenditure of federal funds for major funding categories by state fiscal year; Identifies all modes of transportation projects within the metropolitan areas to be funded via Title 23 U.S.C. and the Federal Transit Act; Demonstrates that the TIP is financially feasible; and Provides assurance to the FHWA that the project selection process has been carried out in accordance with federal requirements (23 C.F.R. 450).

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The contents of this addendum include brief descriptions of the project selection process that was used for the development of the Hernando County MPO Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The projects included as part of the TIP State Work Program represent FY 2009/10 ­ 2011/12 for the purpose of fulfilling federal requirements. Financial Plan The federally funded projects contained within the TIP are financially constrained for each year of the program. Current and proposed Federal, State and locally dedicated revenue sources are reliable and provide a high level of assurance that the Tentative Work Program will be fully implemented. The FDOT is especially committed to the funding and production of all projects in the first three years of its Tentative Work Program. Project Selection Process The federally funded projects included within this Transportation Improvement Program were selected in accordance with Title 23, CFR 450.332 (a). The outcome of this project selection process between the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), the Hernando County MPO, the Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC), and the municipalities within the urbanized area of the MPO resulted in the adoption of a State of Florida Department of Transportation Five Year Work Program for FY 2009/10 through 2013/14. Components of this process include project prioritization by the MPO, the FDOT Tentative Work Program public hearing, and local government project review. A brief description of each of these components include: ' Project Prioritization by the MPO - The MPO, working through its Technical Advisory, Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory, and Citizens Advisory committees (a part of the public involvement process) prioritized projects on the State Highway System based upon necessity of project construction. Prioritization includes a technical analysis of State maintained roadways considering such variables as level of service, cost of upgrading the facility, and project connectivity with the existing roadway system. Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Tentative Work Program Public Hearing - The State DOT has an annual public hearing on its Tentative Work Program whereby local governments, the MPO, and the public may review and provide comment on the work program prior to its adoption. This public hearing process enables the FDOT to work with the MPO on project selection prior to Final State Work Program adoption.

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Local Government Project Review - As part of the local adoption of the Hernando County MPO Transportation Improvement Program, the MPO requires a public meeting, as well as review by the Technical Advisory, Transportation Systems Operations, and Citizens Advisory committees. This TIP adoption process enables a project prioritization selection to be completed by the MPO, adequate funding to be anticipated, and project phasing to be developed.

Project Consistency with Local Plans The project selection process used for adoption of the Hernando County MPO TIP is based upon the requirements of the Federal surface transportation legislation of 2005 (SAFETEA-LU). These requirements include development and adoption of the first three years of the TIP, representing fiscal years 2009/10, 2010/11, and 2011/12 for the FDOT State Work Program. Regarding project selection, the adopted Hernando County TIP is consistent with the following FHWA work program development requirements: ' ' ' Only major categories of federal funding are included within the TIP. The federally funded projects within the TIP have been reviewed and found to be consistent with the MPO priorities as determined through the project selection process. The projects selected for the Hernando County TIP are consistent with the Florida Department of Transportation's adopted Work Program, the Hernando County Aviation Authority's Airport Master Plan, the adopted Hernando County MPO Long Range Transportation Plan, the adopted Transit Development Plan, and the adopted comprehensive plans of the three affected local governments, which include Hernando County, the City of Brooksville, and the City of Weeki Wachee. Based upon the project selection process and anticipated funding levels between the FDOT, the FHWA, and the FTA, the federal funds are reasonably expected to be available for all projects within the Transportation Project Listings.

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Annual Listing of Projects Pursuant to the provisions of 23 U.S.C. 134 (j)(7)(B) and 49 U.S.C. 5303(c)(5)(B), and Subsection 339.175 (7) (h), F.S., the MPO has published an annual listing of projects for which Federal funds have been obligated in the preceding year. The published document is available for public view in the Transportation section of the Planning Department and on the MPO's website at www.hernandocounty.us/mpo/MPOPrograms.htm, under the TIP section.

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Project Priority Statement As part of the project selection process, all projects included within the TIP are consistent with MPO priorities and the FDOT Adopted Work Program. The Hernando County MPO's State Highway System Priority of Projects are a major consideration in the adoption of the State's work program. The development of the FDOT Final Work Program includes those projects that are adopted by the MPO within the "State Highway System Priority of Projects" list. This list represents the roadway projects that are considered of highest priority for improvement by the MPO and its advisory committees. The criteria for the ranking of transportation projects include: existing and projected facilities levels of service; safety considerations; anticipated funding levels; ability to produce; and overall modal performance and system connectivity. Consistent with federal requirements, the prioritization process begins with the recommendations of the MPO's advisory committees. Facility specific projects are ranked consistent with the prioritization of the major transportation corridors within the MPO's jurisdiction. The MPO then holds at least one public meeting prior to the TIP adoption. It is the policy of the Hernando County MPO to agenda public input at all of its meetings. It is noted that the Priority List remains unchanged from the previous fiscal year. Major Projects The following capacity projects were initiated or scheduled for production in FY 2008/09: , I -75 (SR 50 to Sumter County) ­ six lane design , SR 50 (US 19 to Mariner Blvd.) ­ advance right-of-way , SR 50 (Mariner Blvd. to Suncoast Pkwy.) ­ advance right-of-way , County Line Road (Mariner Blvd. to Suncoast Pkwy.) ­ advance right-of-way , County Line Road (Suncoast Pkwy. to US 41) ­ advance right-of-way , Elgin/Powell Road (Mariner Blvd. to Barclay Ave.) ­ advance right-of-way The major projects programmed to begin in FY 2009/10 include: , County Line Road (Cobblestone Dr. to US 41) ­ advance right-of-way , County Line Road (Mariner Blvd. to Suncoast Pkwy.) ­ advance right-of-way , County Line Road (Suncoast Pkwy. to US 41) ­ advance right-of-way , Sunshine Grove Road (SR 50 to Ken Austin Pkwy.) ­ four lane construction , I -75 (SR 50 to Sumter County) ­ environmental study for future six lane design

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The MPO will need to identify to FDOT District Seven, early in the TIP development, those major projects for which information is needed. Public Involvement As mentioned previously, it is the policy of the Hernando County MPO to agenda public input at all of its meetings. In addition to its newsletter, the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is utilized to enhance public involvement throughout the planning process. Transit User and Transit Stakeholder surveys were conducted in May 2009. In addition, Environmental Justice and Consensus Building workshops are scheduled in June and July 2009 for the Transit Development Plan (TDP) and Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) major updates. A citizen transportation survey is also to be conducted in July 2009. The MPO website is routinely updated with information. A draft version of the FY 2009/10 ­ 2013/14 Transportation Improvement Program was posted on the MPO's website during the committee review process and prior to adoption of the document by the MPO on June 23, 2009. Additionally, copies of the document were made available for review at the MPO office and the Hernando County Library system. Certification The Hernando County MPO was re-apportioned by Governor Jeb Bush in February 2004. The MPO participates in an annual selfcertification list process, the last of which occurred in April 2009.

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HERNANDO COUNTY MPO STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM

PRIORITY PROGRAMS OF PROJECTS

It is the policy of the Hernando County MPO that the following projects on the State Highway System should be implemented consistent with the attached Priority Programs of Projects list, which was adopted on September 25, 2008. The Hernando County MPO recognizes that actual construction dates will be a function of: 1) the project development activities completed to date; 2) the complexity of the project development activities; and 3) the available funding by eligible funding categories. However, all efforts should be put forward to advance State highway projects with the following priority sequence: The following Priority Programs of Projects was developed for the purpose of providing the FDOT with a sequence of projects for advancement in their work program. This listing includes projects on the State, County and City transportation networks must be considered flexible to respond to the results of the requested Corridor Studies, continuing technical evaluations, and public comment. It is the intent of the MPO to periodically reevaluate this priority list.

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Priority Programs Projects List

TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FY 2008/09 ­ 2012/13 PRIORITY PROGRAMS OF PROJECTS

Adopted September 25, 2008

PROPOSED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13* 14* 15* 16* 17* 18* 19* FACILITY County Line Rd. (West) County Line Rd. (East) S.R. 50 S.R. 50 County Line Rd. S.R. 50 U.S. 98 (Cobb Rd.) Congestion Mobility U.S. 19 Corridor I-75 (South) I-75 (North) S.R. 50 S.R. 50 U.S. 98 (Ponce de Leon) U.S. 98 (Ponce de Leon) U.S. 41 S.R. 50A S.R. 700 S.R. 50A U.S. 19 Suncoast Pkwy. Mariner Blvd. U.S. 19 Mariner Blvd. Lockhart Rd. Ponce de Leon Blvd. Countywide (See attached) S.R. 50 Pasco County S.R. 50 Suncoast Pkwy. McKethan Rd. (U.S. 98) Suncoast Pkwy. Citrus Way (C.R. 491) Hviezdoslav St. Cobb Dr. (C.R. 485) Ft. Dade Ave. West of S.R. 700 County Line Road S.R. 50 Sumter County Jasmine Dr./East Jefferson Trieman Blvd. (U.S. 301) Citrus Way (C.R. 491) Cobb Rd. Pasco County West of S.R. 700 U.S. 41 Mildred Ave. FROM TO Mariner Blvd. U.S. 41 Suncoast Pkwy. Mariner Blvd. Suncoast Pkwy. Kettering Road S.R. 50 ACTIVITY Reconstruct to 4 lanes Construct 4 lanes Add 2 lanes (existing 4) Add 2 lanes (existing 4) Reconstruct to 4 lanes Add 2 lanes (existing 4) Reconstruct 2 lanes Contingency Projects Access Roads Add 2 lanes (existing 4) Add 2 lanes (existing 4) Add 2 lanes (existing 4) Add 2 lanes (existing 2) Reconstruct to 4 lanes Reconstruct to 4 lanes Reconstruct to 4 lanes Add center turn lane Reconstruct to 4 lanes Reconstruct to 4 lanes

*Projects within the shaded area are contained in the 2025 Needs Plan but not the Cost-Affordable Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP).

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TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PRIORITY LIST OF PROJECTS (Congestion Management Project Supplement)

Adopted September 25, 2008

ROADWAY SR 50 County Line Road County Line Road County Line Road County Line Road

LOCATION Lockhart Road to Kettering Road U.S. 19 Intersection Mariner Boulevard Intersection Waterfall Boulevard Intersection Cobblestone Drive Intersection

PROJECT DESCRIPTION Traffic management and frontage road action plan Southbound dual left turn lanes Eastbound dual left turn lanes Signalization with turn lanes Signalization with turn lanes

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Legends

HERNANDO COUNTY MPO

FY 2009/10 ­ 2012/13 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

INTRODUCTION This section of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is based on input from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). It incorporates all of the major bridge, highway, rail, intersection, maintenance, repair, reconstruction, replacement, and new construction projects currently programmed for accomplishment with State and/or Federal funds. Specifically included are projects on the Interstate, National Highway System (NHS), and Strategic Intermodal System (SIS). Also included are projects on all other (non-interstate and non-NHS) categories of roads that needed to be highlighted. The primary purpose of this section is to provide an indication of area priorities and the timings of County-wide improvements projected for implementation for Surface Transportation Program (STP) and other non-local funds.

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PHASE CODE DESCRIPTIONS

10 13 20 23 30 31 33 38 39 40 43 46 47 48 49 50 53 10 71 73 PLN CON PE CON ROW ROW CON REL UTL CST CEI CST CST CST R/R MISC CON MNT MNT CON PID DPD = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Planning & Project Development - In-House Planning (Consultant) Preliminary Engineering - In-House Preliminary Engineering (Consultant) Right-of-Way Support - In-House Right-of-Way Land Acquisition Right-of-Way (Consultant) Right-of-Way - Relocation Right-of-Way - Utilities Relocation Construction Construction Engineering Inspection (Consultants) Construction Engineering Inspection (In-House) Construction Utilities Purchase of Materials Construction - Railroad Crossings Grants-in-Aid Miscellaneous (Consultant) Bridge Maintenance (In-House) Maintenance (In-House) Maintenance (Consultant) Plans in District Department Proposed Date (Letting Date)

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INDEX OF FUNDING CODES

ACEN ACER ACF0 ACSA ACSE ACSL ACSN ACSP ACSU ACXA ACXL ACXU BNBR BNDS BNIR BRAC BRP BRRP BRTZ BU BZAC CIGP CM D DDR DDRF DER DI DIH DIOH DIRS

Advance Construction (EBNH) Advance Construction (ER) AC for High Priority Advance Construction (SA) Advance Construction (SE) Advance Construction (SL) Advance Construction (SN) Advance Construction (SP) Advance Construction (SU) Advance Construction (XA) Advance Construction (XL) Advance Construction (XU) Amendment 4 Bonds (Bridges) Bond ­ State Intrastate R/W & Bridge Bonds Bridge (AC/Regular) State Bridge Replacement State Bridge Repair and Rehabilitation Fed Bridge Repl ­ Off System Db, Urban Areas > 200K ACBZ, BRTZ-Fed Bridge Repl ­ Off System (AC/Reg) County Incentive Grant Program Congestion Mitigation ­ AQ Unrestricted State Primary District Dedicated Revenue District Dedicated Revenue Matching Funds Emergency Relief ­ State Funds St. - S/W Inter/Intrastate Highway State In-House Product Support State 100% - Overhead Advance Acquisition of Intrastate Corridor

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DIS DITS DPTO DRA DS DSB1 DSB3 DSB6 DSF DU DWS EB EBBP EBNH ER05 F001 F002 F003 FAA FCO FEMA FHPP FRM4 FRM6 FTA FTAT GMR GRSC HP HPAC HPP

Strategic Intermodal System Statewide Intelligent Transportation System State Public Transportation Office Rest Areas State Primary Highways and PTO Skyway Pinellas Bayway Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority State Primary Matching Funds State Primary/Federal Reimbursement Weigh Stations Equity Bonus Equity Bonus Supplementing Bridge Equity Bonus Supplementing NH Hurricanes 2005 Federal Discretionary ­ US 19 Corridors/Borders ­ US 19 D7 I-75 Discretionary Federal Aviation Administration Primary/Fixed Capital Outlay Fed Emergency Mgt Assistance Federal High Priority Projects STP Earmarks 2004 Highway Priority Projects 2006 Federal Transit Administration FHWA Transfer to FTA (non-bud) General Revenue for SIS General Revenue for SCOP Federal Highway Planning HP (AC/Regular) High Priority Projects, SAFETEA-LU Earmark

HRRR HSP HSR IM IMAC IMD ITS IVH LF LFD LFF LFP LFR MA MG MGNH NCPD NH NHAC NHTS PKBD PKW1 PKYI PL PLAC PLHD PORT RHH

High Risk Rural Road Safety (Highway Safety Program) High Speed Rail Corridor Section 1010 Interstate Maintenance Program Interstate Maintenance (AC/Regular) Interstate Maintenance (Discretionary) Intelligent Transportation System Intelligent Vehicle Highway System Local Funds LF for STTF Utility Work Local Fund - for Matching F/A Local Fund for Participating Local Funds/Reimbursable Minimum Allocation (any area) Minimum Guarantee Minimum Guarantee for NH National Corridor Planning & Development National Highways Principle Arterial (AC/Regular) National Hwy Traffic Safety Turnpike Master Bond Fund Parkway Turnpike Improvement Metro Plan (85% FA; 15% other) Metro Plan (AC Regular) Public Lands Highway Discretionary Seaports Rail Highway Crossings ­ Hazard

RHP S112 S115 S117 S129 SA SCOP SE SH SIB1 SL SN SP SR SR2N SR2S SS SU TCSP TIMP TM01 TM03 TM06 TRIP XA XL XU

Rail Highway Crossings - Protective Devices STP Earmarks ­ 2006 STP Earmarks ­ 2004 STP Earmarks ­ 2005 STP Earmarks - 2008 STP, Any Area Small County Outreach Program STP, Enhancement STP, Hazard Elimination State Infrastructure Bank STP, Areas <= 200K Population STP, Mandatory, Non-Urban STP, RR Protective Devices STP, RR Hazard Elimination Safe Routes ­ Non-Infrastructure Safe Routes ­ Infrastructure Safety (Highway Safety Program) STP, Urban Areas > 200K Population Trans, Community & Systems Presentation Transportation Improvements, SAFETEA-LU Earmark Sunshine Skyway Pinellas Bayway Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority Transportation Regional Incentive Program Any Area Areas <= 200K Population Areas > 200K Population

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Five Year Hernando Federal Funded Projects

HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility Item No. Phase Fund 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 April 16, 2009

2012/13

2013/14

HIGHWAYS

CR 578 (CO LINE RD)

FROM US 19 TO EAST OF FPN: 2572982

CST LFP 1,647,354 0 0 0 0

EAST RD

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT PROJECT LENGTH: 2.410MI 2 TO 4 LANES

Total: 1,647,354 0 0 0 0

CR 578 (CO LINE RD)

FROM E OF EAST RD

FPN:

2572983

LRTP Re. P-210

ENV ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW

ACSA ACSA DSF LFF LFP SL Total:

40,794 6,074,323 400,036 400,036 670,574 3,627,553 11,213,316

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO E OF MARINER BLVD

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT PROJECT LENGTH: 3.312MI 2 TO 4 LANES, ADVANCED ROW ACQUISITION

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility CR 578 (CO LINE RD)

FROM MARINER BLVD

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 2572984 LRTP Re. P-220

Phase

ROW ROW ROW

Fund

S115 DSF LFF LFP SL

2009/10

1,250,000 8,225 8,225 3,606 0 1,270,056

2010/11

0 0 0 0 0 0

2011/12

0 0 0 0 0 0

2012/13

0 542,100 542,100 0 4,915,800 6,000,000

2013/14

0 0 0 0 0 0

TO SUNCOAST PARKWAY

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT 2 TO 4 LANES, ADVANCED ROW ACQUISITION

ROW ROW

Total:

CR 578 (CO LINE RD)

FROM SUNCOAST PARKWAY

FPN:

2572985

LRTP Re. P-220

ENV ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW

ACSA CIGP HPP LFP TRIP TCSP Total:

20,397 0 2,928,464 2,734,423 0 451,260 6,134,544

0 2,747,990 0 0 252,010 0 3,000,000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO US41 AT AYERS RD INCHG

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT PROJECT LENGTH: 3.730MI 0 TO 4 LANES, ADVANCED ROW ACQUISITION

ELGIN BLVD

FROM MARINER BLVD DESCRIPTION: PAVE SHOULDERS PROJECT LENGTH: .001MI PAVED SHOULDER BOTH SIDES

FPN:

4200531

LRTP Re. P-320

LAR

ACSE

398,447

0

0

0

0

TO DELTONA BLVD

Total:

398,447

0

0

0

0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility HERNANDO COUNTY

SE RESERVE DESCRIPTION: PEDESTRIAN SAFETY IMPROVEMENT

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4083261

Phase

CST

Fund

SE

2009/10

278,517

2010/11

321,063

2011/12

448,750

2012/13

252,352

2013/14

362,669

Total:

278,517

321,063

448,750

252,352

362,669

I-75

FROM N END BR#080920 DESCRIPTION: RESURFACING PROJECT LENGTH: 7.642MI 6 LANES

FPN:

4250851

CST PE PE

IMAC IMAC IMAC

0 1,000 561,000

0 0 0

15,453,728 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

TO S END WITHLACOOCHEE BR

Total:

562,000

0

15,453,728

0

0

I-75 (SR 93)

FROM PASCO/HERNANDO CO/L

FPN:

4110112

ENV

NHAC

0

517,715

0

0

0

TO N SR50/CORTEZ BLVD

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT PROJECT LENGTH: 8.437MI 4 TO 6 LANES

Total: 0 517,715 0 0 0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility I-75 (SR 93)

FROM N SR 50

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4110122

Phase

ENV

Fund

NHAC

2009/10

356,944

2010/11

0

2011/12

0

2012/13

0

2013/14

0

TO HERNANDO/SUMTER CO/L

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT PROJECT LENGTH: 4.173MI 4 TO 6 LANES

Total: 356,944 0 0 0 0

I-75 (SR 93)

FROM PASCO/HERNANDO CO/L DESCRIPTION: RESURFACING PROJECT LENGTH: 3.700MI 4 LANES

FPN:

4224431

LRTP Re. P-1

CST CST

IMAC IMAC

710,502 7,166,250

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

TO COUNTY LN RD/LOCKHART

Total:

7,876,752

0

0

0

0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility SR 50 (CORTEZ BLVD)

FROM US 19 (SR 55)

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4079513 LRTP Re. P-10.1

Phase

CST CST RRU ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW CST CST CST

Fund

DIH GMR LF CM DDR DIRS DS EB ACEN ACSA NHAC

2009/10

0 0 0 8,629,300 5,477,200 3,326 1,805,757 1,734,417 0 0 0 17,650,000

2010/11

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2011/12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2012/13

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2013/14

205,814 5,104,547 1,000 0 0 0 0 0 11,167,222 27,373,149 18,176,819 62,028,551

TO W OF MARINER BLVD

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & REHABILITATE PVMNT PROJECT LENGTH: 3.760MI 4 TO 6 LANES

Total:

SR 50 (CORTEZ BLVD)

FROM CALIFORNIA ST

FPN:

4167341

LRTP Re. P-15

PE

SL

0

1,000

2,760,000

0

0

TO COBB RD

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT PROJECT LENGTH: 2.633MI 4 TO 6 LANES

Total: 0 1,000 2,760,000 0 0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility SR 50 (CORTEZ BLVD)

FROM WISCON RD DESCRIPTION: RESURFACING PROJECT LENGTH: 3.842MI 4 LANES

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4230521

Phase

CST CST PE PE

Fund

DDR DIH DDR DIH

2009/10

0 0 1,126,000 1,000 1,127,000

2010/11

0 0 0 0 0

2011/12

10,905,849 989,435 0 0 11,895,284

2012/13

0 0 0 0 0

2013/14

0 0 0 0 0

TO COBB RD

Total:

SR 50/RIDGE MANOR

FROM 200' W OF RR CROSS DESCRIPTION: RESURFACING PROJECT LENGTH: .250MI 2 LANES

FPN:

4065452

CST CST RRU

DDR DIH DS

331,380 1,050 250,000

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

TO CR 575 (BURWELL RD)

Total:

582,430

0

0

0

0

US 19 (SR 55)

FROM CR 578 (CO LINE RD) DESCRIPTION: RESURFACING PROJECT LENGTH: 3.707MI 6 LANES

FPN:

4230511

CST CST CST CST CST CST CST

ACSA CM DDR DIH EB HSP SL Total:

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4,833,508 1,941,435 681,237 1,069,575 5,829,964 496,393 5,166,492 20,018,604

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO S OF TOUCAN TR

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility US 301 (SR 35)

FROM PASCO/HERNANDO CO/L DESCRIPTION: RESURFACING PROJECT LENGTH: 6.559MI 4 LANES

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4065521

Phase

CST CST CST

Fund

DDR DIH HSP

2009/10

6,510,000 53,533 249,585

2010/11

0 0 0

2011/12

0 0 0

2012/13

0 0 0

2013/14

0 0 0

TO HERNANDO/SUMTER CO/L

Total:

6,813,118

0

0

0

0

US 41 (SR 45)

FROM PINE CABIN RD DESCRIPTION: RESURFACING PROJECT LENGTH: 1.792MI 3 LANES

FPN:

4245551

CST CST PE

DIH DS DIH

0 0 51,000

0 0 0

509,391 5,010,131 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

TO N OF INGRAM ST

Total:

51,000

0

5,519,522

0

0

US 98 (SR 50)

FROM MONDON HILL RD DESCRIPTION: RESURFACING PROJECT LENGTH: 4.010MI 2 LANES

FPN:

4245581

CST CST PE

DDR DIH DIH

0 0 51,000

0 0 0

7,741,229 733,723 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

TO W OF SR 50 (CORTEZ BL)

Total:

51,000

0

8,474,952

0

0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility US 98 (SR 700)

FROM PASCO/HERNANDO CO/L

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4168332

Phase

CST CST

Fund

ACSA DS

2009/10

0 0

2010/11

1,620,119 1,181,771

2011/12

0 0

2012/13

0 0

2013/14

0 0

TO S OF SR 50

DESCRIPTION: WIDEN/RESURFACE EXIST LANES PROJECT LENGTH: 2.041MI 2 LANES

Total:

0

2,801,890

0

0

0

US98/SR700/C485/COBB

FROM SR 50

FPN:

2572992

ENV

ACSA

632,300

0

0

0

0

TO US 98

DESCRIPTION: ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT PROJECT LENGTH: 4.491MI 2 TO 4 LANES

Total: 632,300 0 0 0 0

PTO: AVIATION

HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT DESCRIPTION: AVIATION REVENUE/OPERATIONAL CONSTRUCT T/CORPORATE HANGARS IN THE SOUTHEAST HANGER AREA

Total: 0 0 400,000 0 0 CAP LF 0 0 80,000 0 0

FPN:

4157771

CAP

DPTO

0

0

320,000

0

0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT DESCRIPTION: AVIATION CAPACITY PROJECT CONSTRUCT APRON

Total: 0 750,001 300,000 0 0 CAP CAP DPTO LF 0 0 2,614 150,000 240,000 60,000 0 0 0 0

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4157781

Phase

CAP

Fund

DDR

2009/10

0

2010/11

597,387

2011/12

0

2012/13

0

2013/14

0

HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT

FPN:

4181301

CAP CAP CAP

DPTO FAA LF

3,750 67,500 3,750

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

DESCRIPTION: AVIATION PRESERVATION PROJECT SPALL REPAIR RUNWAY 9-27

Total:

75,000

0

0

0

0

HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT

FPN:

4181331

CAP CAP

DPTO LF

600,000 150,000

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

DESCRIPTION: AVIATION SAFETY PROJECT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF RW 9-27 HIGH SPEED TW EXITS

Total:

750,000

0

0

0

0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT DESCRIPTION: AVIATION SAFETY PROJECT TAXIWAY A REALIGNMENT

Total: 500,000 0 0 0 0 CAP CAP FAA LF 450,000 25,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4181341

Phase

CAP

Fund

DPTO

2009/10

25,000

2010/11

0

2011/12

0

2012/13

0

2013/14

0

HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT

FPN:

4206991

CAP CAP CAP

DPTO FAA LF

0 0 0

75,000 1,350,000 75,000

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

DESCRIPTION: AVIATION PRESERVATION PROJECT CONSTRUCT TAXIWAY C,C-3, C-5,C-6 & C-8

Total:

0

1,500,000

0

0

0

HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT

FPN:

4207001

CAP CAP

DPTO LF

0 0

120,000 30,000

0 0

0 0

0 0

DESCRIPTION: AVIATION SAFETY PROJECT INSTALL PAPI SYSTEM RUNWAY 3-21

Total:

0

150,000

0

0

0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT DESCRIPTION: AVIATION CAPACITY PROJECT DESIGN TAXIWAY C,C-3, C-5, C-6 & C-8

Total: 0 495,000 0 0 0 CAP CAP FAA LF 0 0 450,000 22,500 0 0 0 0 0 0

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4207011

Phase

CAP

Fund

DPTO

2009/10

0

2010/11

22,500

2011/12

0

2012/13

0

2013/14

0

HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT

FPN:

4241041

CAP CAP

DPTO LF

0 0

0 0

0 0

300,000 150,000

0 0

DESCRIPTION: AVIATION REVENUE/OPERATIONAL CONSTRUCT GA TERMINAL

Total:

0

0

0

450,000

0

HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT

FPN:

4241042

CAP CAP CAP

DPTO FAA LF

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

12,500 225,000 12,500

0 0 0

DESCRIPTION: AVIATION CAPACITY PROJECT PREPARE MASTER PLAN & ALP UPDATE

Total:

0

0

0

250,000

0

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT DESCRIPTION: AVIATION CAPACITY PROJECT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT GA APRON

Total: 0 0 0 0 450,000 CAP LF 0 0 0 0 90,000

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4259241

Phase

CAP

Fund

DDR

2009/10

0

2010/11

0

2011/12

0

2012/13

0

2013/14

360,000

HERNANDO COUNTY

AIRPORT

FPN:

4259242

CAP CAP

DDR LF

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

60,000 15,000

DESCRIPTION: AVIATION PRESERVATION PROJECT SPALL REPAIR ON RUNWAY 3-21

Total:

0

0

0

0

75,000

PTO: TRANSIT

HERNANDO COUNTY

SECTION 5303 DESCRIPTION: PTO STUDIES MPO TRANSIT PLANNING

Total: 34,346 59,237 59,237 81,584 59,237 PLN PLN DU LF 22,498 5,924 47,389 5,924 47,389 5,924 0 40,792 47,389 5,924

FPN:

4019831

PLN

DDR

5,924

5,924

5,924

40,792

5,924

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO

Five Year Final Tentative Work Program FY July 1, 2009 Through June 30, 2014 District Seven Florida Department of Transportation

Facility HERNANDO COUNTY

BLOCK GRANT DESCRIPTION: OPERATING FOR FIXED ROUTE THE BUS FIXED ROUTE OPERATING/CAPITAL ASSISTANCE

Total: 569,472 586,556 604,152 634,360 632,360 OPS OPS DPTO LF 284,736 284,736 261,153 293,278 265,053 302,076 0 317,180 0 316,180

April 16, 2009

Item No.

FPN: 4081041

Phase

OPS

Fund

DDR

2009/10

0

2010/11

32,125

2011/12

37,023

2012/13

317,180

2013/14

316,180

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

HERNANDO COUNTY MPO

UPWP DESCRIPTION: TRANSPORTATION PLANNING TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ACTIVITIES

Total: 433,916 436,982 440,109 443,300 446,552 PLN PL 433,916 0 0 0 0

FPN:

2592091

PLN

PL

0

436,982

440,109

443,300

446,552

County Total:

59,007,512

30,638,048

46,355,734

8,111,596

64,054,369

PDE-Project Development Environment; PE-Preliminary Engineering; ROW-Right of Way; CST-Construction; RRU-Rail Road/Utilities; INC-Incentive; ENV-Environmental Mitigation; CAP-Capital Grant; OPS-Operations Grant; LAR-Local Advance Reimbursement; DSB-Design Build; ADM-Administration

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HERNANDO COUNTY MPO FY 2009/10 - 2013/14 FEDERAL AND STATE FUNDS PROGRAMMED

FUND TYPE FEDERAL CM Congestion Mitigation - AQ EB Equity Bonus FAA Federal Aviation Administration HPP High Priority Projects, SAFETEA-LU Earmark HSP Safety (Highway Safety Program) IMAC Interstate Maintenance (AC/Regular) NHAC Principle Arterial (AC/Regular) PL Metro Plan (85% FA / 15% Other) S115 STP Earmarks - 2004 SA STP, Any Area SE STP, Enhancement SL STP, Areas <= 200K Population TCSP Trans, Community & Systems Presentation SUBTOTAL FEDERAL STATE ACEN Advance Construction (EBNH) CIGP County Incentive Grant Program DDR District Dedicated Revenue DIH State In-House Product Support DIRS Advance Acquisition of Intrastate Corridor DPTO State Public Transportation Office DS State Primary Highways and PTO DSF State Primary Matching Funds DU State Primary/Federal Reimbursement GMR General Revenue for SIS TRIP Transportation Regional Incentive Program SUBTOTAL STATE 2009/10 $8,629,300 $1,734,417 $517,500 $2,928,464 $249,585 $8,438,752 $356,944 $433,916 $1,250,000 $6,767,814 $676,964 $3,627,553 $451,260 $36,062,469 2009/10 2010/11 $1,941,435 $5,829,964 $1,800,000 $469,393 $15,453,728 $517,715 $436,982 $6,453,627 $321,063 $5,167,492 $22,937,671 2010/11 $2,747,990 $1,316,673 $1,069,575 $481,267 $1,181,771 $47,389 $252,010 $7,096,675 $440,109 $443,300 $18,176,819 $446,552 $27,373,149 $362,669 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14

$225,000

$448,750 $2,760,000 $19,102,587 2011/12

$252,352 $4,915,800 $5,836,452 2012/13

$46,359,189 2013/14 $11,167,222

$13,450,504 $157,583 $3,326 $913,486 $2,055,757 $408,261 $22,498

$18,690,025 $2,232,549 $825,053 $5,010,131 $47,389

$357,972

$742,104 $205,814

$312,500 $542,100 $47,389 $5,104,547 $1,212,572 $17,267,076

$17,011,415

$26,805,147

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Hernando County Roadway Work Program

2009/10 - 2013/14 Transportation Improvement Program

Citrus County

Thrasher Ave

98

Hernando County MPO

Su

Knuckey Rd

Citrus Way

41

mt

Lake Lindsey Rd

er

Daly Rd

Centralia Rd

Co

Gulf of Mexic o

19 98

un

Hexam Rd

Croom Rd

ty

Sunshine Grove Rd.

Cobb Rd

ROW 11/12

CR 5 50

PE 13/14 09/10 PE 11/12

50

Weeping Willow

41

13/14

50

ROW 09/10

d Rital R Croom

Mondon Hill Rd

301

Wiscon Rd

50

Barclay Rd

Lockhart Rd

SHOAL LINE BLVD

19

clif fe

Bl v d

Bl

De l to

09/10

Anderson Snow Rd

Powell Rd

Powell Rd

75

na

Hill Dr Spring

19

Culbreath Rd

Phase 3 09/10

Hickory Hill Rd

Kettering Rd

No r th

vd

Spring Lake Hwy

Elgin A ve

California Rd

50

PE/ROW (Phase 1) 12-13

41

PE Phase 4 12/13

50

50

98

301

County Line Rd

PE 11/12

Ayers Rd

41

CHURCH RD

12/13

Legend

Improvement Projects 2 Lane Undivided 2 Lane Divided 4 Lane Divided 6 Lane Divided Preliminary Phase Resurfacing Existing Roadways 2 Lane Undivided 2 Lane Divided 4 Lane Divided 6 Lane Divided 2 Lane One-Way

ROW/CONST (Partial) Phase II 09/10

ROW (Advanced) 10-13

ROW (Advanced) 10-11

Pasco County

6 8 Miles

0

1

2

4

4 Lane Freeway

June 2009

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HERNANDO COUNTY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FIVE (5) YEAR PLAN - FY 09/10 thru FY 13/14

Updated: 5/19/2009

District 1

Sunshine Grove Road (SR50 to Ken Austin) Construction Star Rd/Weeping Willow Preliminary Design/Engineering Design Right of Way Construction - Phase I & II Ken Austin Parkway Extension (Fort Dade Ave to Grove Rd) Preliminary Design/Engineering Weeping Willow Rd (Star Rd to Hexam Rd) Design/Engineering Advance Right of Way District 1 Annual Expenditures

FY 09/10

FY 10/11

FY 11/12

FY 12/13

FY 13/14

$8,000,000

$500,000

$150,000

$8,000,000

$0

$150,000 $1,500,000 $2,150,000

$2,000,000 $2,000,000

$150,000

District 2

McIntyre Road Advance Right of Way Right of Way District 2 Annual Expenditures

FY 09/10

FY 10/11

FY 11/12

FY 12/13

FY 13/14

$360,000 $360,000

$0

$0

$0

$0

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District 3

Church Road Design Construction C541 - Spring Lake Highway Phase 3: Construction Phase 4 Design Right of Way District 3 Annual Expenditures

FY 09/10

FY 10/11

FY 11/12

FY 12/13

FY 13/14

$138,222 $1,188,709

$1,020,000 $50,000 $1,020,000 $0 $138,222 $1,238,709 $0

District 4

Anderson Snow Rd Preliminary Design Advance Right of Way Barclay (SR50 - Powell Rd) Phase 1: Design Right of Way County Line Rd (Widening/FDOT) Phase 2: Cobblestone to Mariner Right of Way Construction (FDOT/FHWA) Elgin Blvd. (Mariner to Village VanGogh) Phase 1: Right of Way Construction District 4 Annual Expenditures TOTAL ANNUAL EXPENDITURES TOTAL PROGRAM EXPENDITURES

FY 09/10

FY 10/11

FY 11/12

FY 12/13

FY 13/14

$200,000

$500,000 $500,000

$625,000 $4,375,000

$5,100,000 $10,100,000 $19,480,000 $26,356,931

$0 $0

$700,000 $2,988,222

$500,000 $3,738,709

$0 $150,000

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Transportation Disadvantaged

TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED FIVE YEAR WORK PROGRAM FISCAL YEARS 2009/10 ­ 2013/14

FISCAL YEARS 2009/10 2010/11 MISC 93,243 N/A N/A N/A MISC 37,950 MISC 1,060,427 Veh/Equip N/A Veh/Equip N/A Operating MISC 21,794 TDTF MISC 295,813 TDTF 2011/12 MISC 96,506 N/A N/A N/A MISC 39,278 MISC 1,060,427 Veh/Equip N/A Veh/Equip N/A Operating MISC 22,339 TDTF MISC 306,167 TDTF 2012/13 MISC 99,649 N/A N/A N/A MISC 40,606 MISC 1,060,427 Veh/Equip N/A Veh/Equip N/A Operating MISC 22,884 TDTF MISC 316,521 TDTF 2013/14 MISC 102,792 N/A N/A N/A MISC 41,934 MISC 1,060,427 Veh/Equip N/A Veh/Equip N/A Operating MISC 23,429 TDTF MISC 326,875 TDTF

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Title III B (Congregate Meal Site) 1 & 2 HARC - Section 16b Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) 1 Professional Therapy Center 1 Head Start Program 1 Medicaid - Mid Florida Community Services 1 Mid-Florida Community Services (CTC) - Section 5310 Capital (CTC) - Section 5311 Capital & Operating

MISC 90,090 N/A N/A N/A MISC 36,667 MISC 1,060,427 Veh/Equip N/A Veh/Equip N/A Operating MISC 21,262 TDTF MISC 285,810 TDTF

Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged - Planning Grant Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged - Operations Grant

1

- TD Population in Hernando County is projected to increase 3.5 percent per year between 2010 and 2014 as indicated within Table V-10 Hernando County Demand for Program Trips, Coordinated Transportation Development Plan. 2 - Title III B, projected from Mid-Florida Transportation Disadvantaged Memorandum of Agreement. N/A - Not available: the agency based upon need will elect to pursue Section 5310 and Section 5311 funds each year.

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Transportation Enhancement Program

TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM

INTRODUCTION As with the preceding Federal transportation legislation, the SAFETEA-LU provides specific set-aside funds designated for the construction of non-highway projects to enhance the quality of the local transportation system. The following Transportation Enhancements Priority List and Transportation Enhancement Funding depict the bicycle and pedestrian projects which were selected through the enhancement ranking process. The Technical Advisory, Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory, and Citizens Advisory committees provided projects and discussions of each project in relation to the overall goals, objectives, and policies of the comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian plans. The MPO Board selected the final ranking of the enhancement projects, as shown on the Adopted Transportation Enhancements Priority List. Ten percent of the Transportation Enhancement Act funds were earmarked for enhancements. Enhancement funds cannot be expended on traditional highway construction projects. Non-highway capacity projects which qualify for enhancement fund allocations include: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) Pedestrian and/or bicycle facilities; Acquisition of scenic easements and scenic or historic sites; Scenic or historic highway programs (including the provision of tourist and welcome center facilities); Landscaping and other scenic beautification; Historic preservation; Rehabilitation and operation of historic transportation buildings, structures, or facilities (including the conversion and use thereof for pedestrian and/or bicycle trails); Preservation of abandoned railway corridors (including the conversion and use thereof, for pedestrian and/or bicycle trails); Control and removal of outdoor advertising; Archaeological planning and research; Mitigation of water pollution due to highway runoff; Safety education activities for pedestrians and bicyclists; Establishment of transportation museums; and, Projects to reduce vehicle-caused wildlife mortality.

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The following section details this technical and decision-making process, which eventually led to a specific five-year program for the orderly expenditure of these monies. It is the position of the MPO that only through a comprehensive local coordination process can these monies best be expended to directly meet the needs of the County's population. Funding Allocation Guidelines In Hernando County, it is anticipated that approximately $1.6 million will be available for the production of enhancement projects. All funds are to be spent by districts following the Statute rule as opposed to the urban rule formula as originally proposed. In December 1991, the Hernando County Board of County Commissioners formed a Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC). This committee was established prior to the initial apportionment of the Hernando County Metropolitan Planning Organization in an effort to establish a priority for multimodal non-motorized transportation. The BPAC provided input on the feasibility analysis of each project, and established the draft priorities in the categories for expenditures allowed under Federal guidelines. The project categories for the 2009 through 2014 Transportation Improvement Program are as follows: 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Pedestrian Projects, Bicycle Lanes Pedestrian and Trail Projects Pedestrian and Trail Projects Pedestrian and Trail Projects Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

Projects were submitted by citizens, local jurisdiction agencies and governments represented by the MPO, the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), and by members of the Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC). Any submitted projects were removed from consideration if they had previously been included in any local current Capital Improvement Program (CIP) or Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The candidate projects were also reviewed by the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC). Previously completed projects included: ' ' ' The three highest ranked City of Brooksville sidewalk projects (to improve pedestrian safety); Sidewalk project along Spring Hill Drive in the Kass Circle area; Sidewalk project along the west side of Deltona Boulevard (from Elgin Blvd. to Delta Woods Park);

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' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '

Sidewalk project along the west side of Landover/Elgin Boulevard to Mariner Boulevard; Sidewalk project along the north and south sides of Northcliffe Boulevard (from U.S. 19 to Deltona Blvd.); Bicycle lanes along Roper Road and Cammie Street in the vicinity of Eastside Elementary School; Sidewalk project along the north and south side of Forest Oaks Boulevard (from U.S. 19 to Deltona Blvd.); Sidewalk project along the east side of Deltona Boulevard (from Elgin Blvd. south to Fox Chapel Middle School); Withlacoochee State Forest (Croom Tract) Trailhead Comfort Station; Ridge Manor Boulevard sidewalk project (from Olancha Rd. to Tree Ln.); Shoal Line Boulevard sidewalk project (from Calienta St. to Jewfish Dr.); Suncoast Trail/SR 50 Restroom; Landover Boulevard sidewalk south of Northcliffe Boulevard; Mariner Boulevard sidewalk (from Henderson St. to County Line Rd.); Elgin Boulevard paved shoulders (from Mariner Blvd. to Deltona Blvd.); C.R. 550 paved shoulders (from Shoal Line Blvd. to U.S. 19); Darby Lane sidewalk (from Candlelight Blvd. to W. Jefferson St.); Coronado Drive sidewalk (from Linden Dr. to Spring Hill Dr.); Bicycle Suitability Maps (countywide); and Good Neighbor Trail ­ Phase I (from Main St. to Jasmine Dr.).

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Projects submitted are ranked annually by the Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory, Citizens Advisory, and Technical Advisory committees and are then forwarded to the Hernando County MPO for final ranking. The MPO ranked 19 future projects. This number of projects should provide an adequate selection in the event that some of the projects are found not feasible for production. With the programmed enhancement funding, project construction is estimated to be sufficient for the completion of 5 projects within the fiveyear time frame of the program.

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FY 2009/10 ­ 2013/14 Metropolitan Planning Organization Amended Transportation Enhancements Priority List Project Ranking

P1 P2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Key: OGT ROW GNT

Project/Corridor

California St. ­ sidewalk (funded by SRTS) G.N. Trail (Phase IIA & IIB) ­ extend trail ** MLK Blvd. ­ sidewalk Linden Dr. ­ sidewalk Tom Varn Park ­ paved trail in City of Brooksville GNT/Jefferson Ave. Bike/Ped Signal Crossing Countywide Sidewalk Construction Program ­ Part A Shoal Line Blvd. (C.R. 597) ­ boardwalk/sidewalk Waterfall Dr. ­ sidewalk Signing and Marking of Bicycle Lanes along U.S. 41 Spring Hill Elementary ­ sidewalks (SRTS application) Daniel Ave. ­ GNT/U.S. 41 Connector Bicycle Safety Education Program Countywide Sidewalk Construction Program ­ Part B Linden Dr. ­ sidewalk North Ave. ­ sidewalk Gran Canyon ­ Mountain Bike/GNT Trailhead G.N. Trail (Phase III) ­ extend trail Suncoast Trail/GNT Trail Connector ­ Wiscon Rd. bike lanes Shoal Line Blvd. (C.R. 597) G.N. Trail (Phase IV) ­ extend trail (thru WSF) Gallup Rd. Connector ­ bike/ped crossing Shoal Line Blvd. (C.R. 597) ­ paved shoulders Osowaw Blvd. ­ paved shoulders Coastal Trail ­ trail/boardwalk thru WW Preserve Suncoast Trail/US 98 ­ trailhead/restroom

From

To

Project Length (feet)

5,500 11,400 7,920 8,500 7,500 n/a varies 3,900 8,620 13,200 varies 2,100 n/a varies 3,850 4,000 n/a 35,000 21,000 3,550 22,000 300 6,600 7,790 31,000 n/a

Project Phase/Year

PE/2010 PE/2010 PE/2011 PE/2011 n/a n/a n/a n/a PE/2010 PE/2010 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Project Cost Estimates*

$464,373 $684,000 $375,000 $383,000 $120,500 $25,000 $266,000 $240,000 $390,000 $131,000 $533,000 $95,000 $50,000 $260,000 $175,000 $180,000 TBD $2,100,000 $600,000 $250,000 $1,320,000 $200,000 $200,000 $250,000 TBD $200,000

Powell Rd. N. of Sandusky St. Jasmine Dr. Weatherly Rd. Main St. U.S. 41 Mariner Blvd. Coronado Dr. City of Brooksville GNT/Jefferson Ave. Countywide (See attached) Rogers Park Richard Dr. Spring Hill Dr. County Line Rd. S.R. 700 Fairgrounds Streets adjacent to school Main St. U.S. 41 Countywide Countywide (See attached) Coronado Dr. Spring Hill Dr. Howell Ave. Ponce de Leon Mondon Hill Rd. Cooper Terrace Weatherly Rd. WSF Trail SR 50 U.S. 41 Richard Dr. C.R. 550 Richbarn Rd. WSF Trail Gallup Rd. Ancho Ave. Jewfish Dr. Osowaw Blvd. Shoal Line Blvd. Tarpon Blvd. Shoal Line Blvd. Weeki Wachee River

Office of Greenways and Trails Right of Way Good Neighbor Trail

WSF STR SRTS

Withlacoochee State Forest Share the Road Safe Routes to School

P1-P2 PE CST

In production Preliminary Engineering/Design Construction

* Cost estimates based on $45 p/linear ft. for concrete sidewalks and $60 p/linear ft. for asphalt trail ** Cost estimate based on ROW ownership by County of 40% and by Developer/City of 60% *** Cost estimate based on $30 p/linear ft. for resurfacing only Bolded projects are funded

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Amended: 06/22/10

HERNANDO COUNTY MPO TIP WORK PROGRAM TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT RESERVE SE FUNDING

Projects Bicycle/Pedestrian Treatment 2009/10 $278,517 2010/11 $321,063 2011/12 $448,750 2012/13 $252,352 2013/14 $362,669

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TIP Page Number: 37

HERNANDO COUNTY MPO

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Transportation Projects List

Adopted: 2/11/2009; Revised: 2/24/2009, 9/29/2009, 10/13/2009, 5/11/2010 Anticipated Start Date June-09 June-09 June-09 June-09 June-09 June-09 June-09 June-09 September-09 June-09 March-09 June-09 December-09 March-10 December-10 December-10 December-10 December-10 December-10 November-09 December-10 December-09 December-09 December-10 December-09 December-10 Estimated Costs $636,998 $368,631 $376,371 $757,581 $1,647,937 $523,636 $3,319,181 $600,135 $1,838,106 $581,800 $2,135,220 $10,200 $1,423,903 $2,430,941 $932,055 $1,350,000 $1,280,418 $684,168 $793,625 $6,670,436 $595,351 $360,000 $75,000 $684,000 $90,000 $300,000

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Project Name Mariner Blvd. from Maderia to Augustine Spring Hill Drive from Pinehurst to Deltona Blvd. Deltona Blvd. from SR 50 to Northcliffe Blvd. Deltona Blvd. from Spring Hill Dr. to Philatelic Dr. Spring Hill Drive from Mariner to Deltona Blvd. Burwell Road from SR 50 to Pasco County Line Citrus Way from Ft. Dade to S. of Centralia Yontz Road from US 98 to Howell Ave. SR 50 (Cortez Blvd.) from US 98 to CR 575 North Avenue from Howell to Ponce De Leon Suncoast Trail from Pasco C/L to Citrus C/L Section 5311 Transit (ARRA) Hernando MPO Spring Lake Highway from Hayman Rd. to Mountainview Spring Lake Highway from Mountainview to SR 50 Spring Hill Drive from California to US 41 Wiscon Road from SR 50 to US 41 Ayers Road from US 41 to Culbreath Rd. Culbreath Road from Pasco C/L N. to Powell Rd. Sunshine Grove Road from Hexam Rd. N. to Centralia Sunshine Grove Road from SR 50 N. to S. Sweet Gum Emerson Road from Powell Rd. N. to SR 50 Martin Luther King, Jr. from US 41 to SR 50A South Main Street from Martin Luther King, Jr. to Russell Good Neighbor Trail (Phase II) from Jasmine to Weatherly Tom Varn Park Trail from Darby to Veterans Ave. Highfield Road from Grove Rd. to Arizona St.

Description Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Resurfacing Equipment Reconstruction Reconstruction Resurfacing Resurfacing/Bike Lanes Reconstruction Resurfacing Resurfacing Multi-lane Construction Resurfacing Sidewalk/Boardwalk Sidewalk Multi-use Trail Resurfacing Construction

Page 1 of 2

Jurisdiction County County County County County County County County FDOT City of Brooksville County County County County County County County County County County County City of Brooksville City of Brooksville City of Brooksville City of Brooksville County

TIP Page Number: 38

No. 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

Project Name Drew Street from Oakcrest Cir. to Highfield Rd. Powell Road from Spring Parkway to W. of Orlando Ave. California Street from Nature Coast High School to Powell Osowaw Blvd. from Shoal Line to Tarpon Blvd. Shoal Line Blvd. from Osowaw to Jewfish Dr. Linden Drive from Mariner to Coronado Dr. Waterfall Drive from Spring Hill Dr. to County Line Rd.

Description Construction Sidewalk Sidewalk Resurfacing/Bike Lanes Resurfacing/Bike Lanes Sidewalk Sidewalk

Jurisdiction County County County County County County County

Anticipated Start Date December-10 December-10 December-10 December-10 December-10 July-10 July-10

Estimated Costs $465,000 $160,000 $50,000 $550,000 $450,000 $383,000 $390,000

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TIP Page Number: 39

TIP Page Number: 40

TIP Page Number: 41

The preparation of this report has been financed in part through grant[s] from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, under the State Planning and Research Program, Section 505 [or Metropolitan Planning Program, Section 104(f)] of Title 23, U.S. Code. The contents of this report do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Transportation Improvement Program Amendment FY2009/10 - 2013 /14 ** This STIP is in an MPO Area **

STIP Amendment Number:10-05 TIP Page Number: AM 4

On Tuesday, December 15, 2009, the Hernando MPO Metropolitan Planning Organization amended the Transportation Improvement Program that was developed and adopted in compliance with Title 23 and Title 49 in a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process as a condition to the receipt of federal assistance. The amendment does not adversely impact the air quality conformity or financial constraints of the STIP. The STIP Amendment is consistent with the Adopted Long Range Transportation Plan. (Page Number:II-11)

This document was electronically signed 12/15/2009 Dennis Dix Hernando MPO This document was electronically signed 12/15/2009 Janille Smith-Colin Fl DOT

Metropolitan Planning Organization Chairman or Designee

This document was electronically signed 12/16/2009 Richard Luten FDOT Federal Aid

FDOT District Representative or Designee District 07

This document was electronically signed 12/23/2009 Leeann Jacobs FHWA

Federal Aid Management Manager or Designee STIP amendment criteria: A - The change adds new individual projects to the current STIP

Federal Highway Authorization

An air conformity determination must be made by the MPO on amended projects within the non-attainment or maintenance areas E - The MPO is not in an air quality non-attainment or maintenance area. Project NameAyers Road from US 41 to CR 581

Status ITEM Fund Ver Description Phase FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014

Original STIP Proposed Project Funding Source After Change 427123 1 ACSA 254485 1 ACSA AD AM 0.00 0.00 AYERS RD FROM US 41 TO CR 581 (CULBREATH RD) CST 1,420,100.00 0.00 RESURFACING CONTINGENCY CST 9,936,526.00 4,942,331.00

11,356,626.00 9,936,526.00 -1,420,100.00 4,942,331.00 4,942,331.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

Funding Source Balance Before Change Funding Source Balance After Change Net Change to Funding Source Proposed Project Before Change Proposed Project After Change Net Change to Project Net Change to Funding Source Net Change to Proposed Project Net Change to STIP

1,420,100.00 1,420,100.00 -1,420,100.00 1,420,100.00

TIP Page Number: 42

The preparation of this report has been financed in part through grant[s] from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, under the State Planning and Research Program, Section 505 [or Metropolitan Planning Program, Section 104(f)] of Title 23, U.S. Code. The contents of this report do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Transportation Improvement Program Amendment FY2009/10 - 2013 /14 ** This STIP is in an MPO Area **

STIP Amendment Number:10-05 TIP Page Number: A-2

On Tuesday, December 15, 2009, the Hernando MPO Metropolitan Planning Organization amended the Transportation Improvement Program that was developed and adopted in compliance with Title 23 and Title 49 in a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process as a condition to the receipt of federal assistance. The amendment does not adversely impact the air quality conformity or financial constraints of the STIP. The STIP Amendment is consistent with the Adopted Long Range Transportation Plan. (Page Number:Goal 1.3.6)

This document was electronically signed 12/15/2009 Dennis Dix Hernando MPO This document was electronically signed 12/15/2009 Janille Smith-Colin Fl DOT

Metropolitan Planning Organization Chairman or Designee

This document was electronically signed 12/16/2009 Richard Luten FDOT Federal Aid

FDOT District Representative or Designee District 07

This document was electronically signed 12/22/2009 Leeann Jacobs FHWA

Federal Aid Management Manager or Designee STIP amendment criteria: A - The change adds new individual projects to the current STIP

Federal Highway Authorization

An air conformity determination must be made by the MPO on amended projects within the non-attainment or maintenance areas E - The MPO is not in an air quality non-attainment or maintenance area. Project NameARRA - Wiscon Rd from SR 50 to US 41

Status ITEM Fund Ver Description Phase FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014

Original STIP Proposed Project Funding Source After Change 427122 1 FSSL 426866 1 FSSL AD AM 0.00 WISCON RD FROM SR 50 TO US 41 CST 1,174,400.00 ARRA BOX FOR CONTINGENCY ONLY CST 1,174,400.00

2,348,800.00 1,174,400.00 -1,174,400.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

Funding Source Balance Before Change Funding Source Balance After Change Net Change to Funding Source Proposed Project Before Change Proposed Project After Change Net Change to Project Net Change to Funding Source Net Change to Proposed Project Net Change to STIP

1,174,400.00 1,174,400.00 -1,174,400.00 1,174,400.00

TIP Page Number: 43

The preparation of this report has been financed in part through grant[s] from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, under the State Planning and Research Program, Section 505 [or Metropolitan Planning Program, Section 104(f)] of Title 23, U.S. Code. The contents of this report do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation. Transportation Improvement Program Amendment STIP Amendment Number:10-24 FY2009/10 - 2013 /14 ** This STIP is in an MPO Area ** TIP Page Number: AM 5 On Tuesday, July 27, 2010, the Hernando MPO Metropolitan Planning Organization amended the Transportation Improvement Program that was developed and adopted in compliance with Title 23 and Title 49 in a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process as a condition to the receipt of federal assistance. The amendment does not adversely impact the air quality conformity or financial constraints of the STIP. The STIP Amendment is consistent with the Adopted Long Range Transportation Plan. (Page Number:Obj. 1.2.5)

This document was electronically signed 7/15/2010 Dennis Dix Hernando MPO This document was electronically signed 7/15/2010 Janille Smith-Colin Fl DOT

Metropolitan Planning Organization Chairman or Designee

This document was electronically signed 7/20/2010 Richard Luten FDOT Federal Aid

FDOT District Representative or Designee District 07

This document was electronically signed 7/23/2010 Leeann Jacobs FHWA

Federal Aid Management Manager or Designee STIP amendment criteria: A - The change adds new individual projects to the current STIP

Federal Highway Authorization

An air conformity determination must be made by the MPO on amended projects within the non-attainment or maintenance areas E - The MPO is not in an air quality non-attainment or maintenance area. Project NameTom Varn Park from JB Community Center to McKethan Park (ARRA - Bike Path)

Status ITEM Fund Ver Description Phase FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014

Original STIP Proposed Project 427967 1 FSSL LF Funding Source After Change 426866 1 FSSL AD AM 0.00 0.00 0.00 TOM VARN PARK FROM JB COMMUNITY CENTER TO MCKETHAN PARK CST 0.00 110,966.00 0.00 CST 0.00 32,034.00 0.00 ARRA BOX FOR CONTINGENCY ONLY CST 0.00 110,966.00 0.00

253,966.00 110,966.00 -143,000.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Funding Source Balance Before Change Funding Source Balance After Change Net Change to Funding Source Proposed Project Before Change Proposed Project After Change Net Change to Project Net Change to Funding Source Net Change to Proposed Project Net Change to STIP

143,000.00 143,000.00 -143,000.00 143,000.00

TIP Page Number: 44

The preparation of this report has been financed in part through grant[s] from the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, under the State Planning and Research Program, Section 505 [or Metropolitan Planning Program, Section 104(f)] of Title 23, U.S. Code. The contents of this report do not necessarily reflect the official views or policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation. Transportation Improvement Program Amendment STIP Amendment Number:10-36 FY2009/10 - 2013 /14 ** This STIP is in an MPO Area ** TIP Page Number: AM 6 On Tuesday, August 17, 2010, the Hernando MPO Metropolitan Planning Organization amended the Transportation Improvement Program that was developed and adopted in compliance with Title 23 and Title 49 in a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process as a condition to the receipt of federal assistance. The amendment does not adversely impact the air quality conformity or financial constraints of the STIP. The STIP Amendment is consistent with the Adopted Long Range Transportation Plan. (Page Number:Obj. 1.2.5)

This document was electronically signed 8/13/2010 Dennis Dix Hernando MPO This document was electronically signed 8/13/2010 Janille Smith-Colin Fl DOT

Metropolitan Planning Organization Chairman or Designee

This document was electronically signed 9/9/2010 Richard Luten FDOT Federal Aid

FDOT District Representative or Designee District 07

This document was electronically signed 9/13/2010 Leeann Jacobs FHWA

Federal Aid Management Manager or Designee STIP amendment criteria: A - The change adds new individual projects to the current STIP

Federal Highway Authorization

An air conformity determination must be made by the MPO on amended projects within the non-attainment or maintenance areas E - The MPO is not in an air quality non-attainment or maintenance area. Project NameARRA - Good Neighbor Trail Phase IIA from Jasmine Drive to Mondon Hill Road

Status ITEM Fund Ver Description Phase FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014

Original STIP Proposed Project 427967 3 FSSE SE Funding Source After Change 427373 1 FSSE 428030 1 SE AD AD AM 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 GOOD NEIGHBOR TRAIL PHASE IIA FROM JASMINE DR TO MONDON HILL RD CST 0.00 243,817.00 0.00 0.00 CST 0.00 26,358.00 0.00 0.00 ARRA (AMERICAN RECOV ERY & REINVESTMENT ACT) ENHANCEMENT FUND CONTING. CST 0.00 1,358,542.00 0.00 0.00 SE CONTINGENCY BOX (TRANS ENHANCEMENT PGM) DISTRICTWIDE BOX CST 0.00 3,189.00 209,521.00 1,078,040.00

1,631,906.00 1,361,731.00 -270,175.00 209,521.00 209,521.00 1,078,040.00 1,078,040.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 711,080.00

711,080.00 711,080.00

Funding Source Balance Before Change Funding Source Balance After Change Net Change to Funding Source Proposed Project Before Change Proposed Project After Change Net Change to Project Net Change to Funding Source Net Change to Proposed Project Net Change to STIP

270,175.00 270,175.00 -270,175.00 270,175.00

TIP Page Number: 45

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