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AGENDA TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 200 East Riverside Drive, Room 1A.1 Austin, Texas 78704 THURSDAY December 15, 2011 9:00 A.M. 1. CONVENE MEETING

Approval of Minutes of the November 17 meeting of the Texas Transportation Commission Resolutions a. Recognize Human Resources Division Director George Ebert upon his retirement from the department after 18 years of state service b. Recognize Commission Support Office Director Roger Polson upon his retirement from the department after 18 years of service Discussion Items a. Update on TxDOT's modernization project (Report) (Presentation)

At the February commission meeting, senior staff was assigned to lead TxDOT's Modernization Initiative based on the implementation of the Restructure Council's recommendations. An update will be presented on the status of this initiative, including a presentation of the high-level implementation plan required by TxDOT's sunset legislation.

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Discussion of ongoing studies to identify transportation projects that will significantly reduce levels of congestion on the state's most congested roadways, as required by the General Appropriations Act (Report) (Presentation)

The legislature allocated $300 million in Proposition 12 bond proceeds for right-of-way acquisition, feasibility studies and project planning, and engineering work for projects on the most congested roadway segments in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio metropolitan areas. The department has entered into an interagency contract with the Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) to coordinate project studies in these four geographic regions to identify projects that will have the greatest impact on congestion and to identify funding options, ensure open and transparent public participation, and make recommendations to the department at major decision points. Information will be provided by TTI on the status of these studies under the provisions of Rider 42 to the appropriations to the department in the General Appropriations Act (HB 1, 82nd Legislature, Regular Session).

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Texas State Railroad Report on transportation enhancements at the Texas State Railroad between Palestine and Rusk (Presentation)

This report from the Texas State Railroad Authority will update the commission on recent activity to preserve the historic transportation assets at the Texas State Railroad and note progress toward selfsufficiency for this facility.

5. 112925

Aviation Various Counties ­ Award federal and state grant funding for airport improvement projects at various locations (MO)

Federal law authorizes the award of federal funding to preserve and improve the state's general aviation system. State law authorizes the award of state funding for capital improvement projects. The airports listed in Exhibit A are eligible for award of these grant funds and the department seeks approval of the awards.

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Public Transportation a. Various Counties ­ Award federal and state funds to designated lead agencies and fiscal agents to support continuation of coordinated regional public transportation planning for FY 2012 (MO)

The awards identified in this minute order provide funding to locally designated lead agencies and fiscal agents to finance their efforts in continuing public transportation regional planning. These awards are financed with federal grant funds from the Federal Transit Administration and state matching funds.

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b.

Various Counties ­ Award state planning funds to North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) to provide match to federal dollars (MO)

NCTCOG has requested planning funds to assist with funding a technical assistance project for the Collin County Area Regional Transit, which is a division of Collin County Committee on Aging and a rural transit district funded by TxDOT. NCTCOG has federal funds available for this effort but lacks the required non-federal match.

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Promulgation of Administrative Rules Under Title 43, Texas Administrative Code, and the Administrative Procedure Act, Government Code, Chapter 2001: a. Final Adoption (1) Chapter 9 - Contract and Grant Management (MO) Amendments to §9.33, Notice of Intent and Letter of Interest (Contracting for Architectural, Engineering, and Surveying Services); and Amendments to §9.83, Notice and Letter of Interest (Contracts for Scientific, Real Estate Appraisal, Right Of Way Acquisition, and Landscape Architectural Services)

The current rules require that notice of a procurement of architectural, professional engineering and land surveying services, scientific, real estate appraisal, right of way acquisition, and landscape architectural services be posted on an electronic bulletin board and in a newspaper. The department has determined that the electronic bulletin board known as Electronic State Business Daily (ESBD) is the most effective method of providing the notice because the ESBD is widely known to vendors who provide the services, is used by virtually all state agencies, and is easily accessed by potential bidders. The proposed rule amendments revise the current rules to eliminate the requirement that notice be posted in a newspaper.

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7. 112929

Promulgation of Administrative Rules (continued) a. Final Adoption (continued) (2) Chapter 9 - Contract and Grant Sanctions (MO) Amendments to §9.133, Procedure for Imposing Sanctions (Grant Sanctions)

In a previous rulemaking, the existing ethical provisions in commission rules were moved into Chapter 10, which sets forth required ethical standards for entities doing business with the department. This amendment corrects a cross-reference from §1.8, which is now repealed, to §10.51.

112930

(3)

Chapter 21 - Right of Way , Chapter 25 ­ Traffic Operations, and Chapter 27 - Toll Projects (MO) Amendments to §21.406, Exemptions for Certain Populous Counties (Control of Signs Along Rural Roads), §25.101, Purpose, and §25.103, Routing Designations by Political Subdivisions (Hazardous Material Routing Designations), §27.40, Purpose and §27.42, Creation (Regional Tollway Authorities), and §27.73, Commission Approval of County Toll Project (County Toll Roads and Ferries)

After each federal census, the legislature enacts a bill that updates statutory population references that need to be changed because of the changes in population over the preceding decade. HB 2702, the population bill from the 82nd Legislature, changes some statutory references that affect TxDOT rules. These amendments change various population references within the rules to conform with the changes made by that bill.

112931

(4)

Chapter 26 - Regional Mobility Authorities (MO) Amendments to §26.61, Written Reports, §26.62, Annual Audits, §26.63, Other Reports, and New §26.65, Annual Reports to the Commission

The amendments change the filing of certain financial and operating reports and audits of an RMA from the department to the county or city that is responsible for the RMA. Additionally, the amendments require the RMA annually to file with the department a report that indicates the RMA is complying with audit and reporting requirements and to file with the commission a report on the progress on the RMA's transportation projects.

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(5)

Chapter 28 - Oversize and Overweight Vehicles and Loads (MO) Amendments to §§28.90 - 28.92 (Port of Brownsville Port Authority Permits)

These amendments alter the overweight corridor route used by the Port of Brownsville for the issuance of overweight permits. This change will allow the Port of Brownsville to accommodate the permitting needs of additional businesses that are located in the port area.

b. 112933

Proposed Adoption (1) Chapter 15 - Financing and Construction of Transportation Projects (MO) Amendments to §15.51, Definitions, §15.52, Agreements, and §15.55, Construction Cost Participation (Federal, State, and Local Participation)

This minute order proposes the adoption of amendments concerning 43 TAC Sections 15.51 15.52, and 15.55 to clarify existing language, make changes to authority to approve certain work that is not on the state highway system and to clarify that in kind contributions may be used by local governments to satisfy their match requirements for non-construction projects funded under Chapter 15.

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7. 112934

Promulgation of Administrative Rules (continued) b. Proposed Adoption (continued) (2) Chapter 15 - Financing and Construction of Transportation Projects (MO) Amendments to §15.86, Conflict of Interest and §15.90, Reports and Audits, and New §15.95, Toll Project Corporations (Transportation Corporations)

New Section 15.95 authorizes the commission to create a transportation corporation for the purpose of developing, financing, designing, constructing, reconstructing, expanding, operating, or maintaining a department toll project. A toll equity loan commitment to pay for eligible project costs could be made to a corporation, which could allow the corporation to issue more debt than could otherwise be issued, and at a lower cost. This will lower the cost of financing the project, with the resultant lowering of the total cost of the project to the state, thereby facilitating the financing of the project or additional needed projects. The amendments to Section 15.86 make certain changes relating to the eligibility of a person to act as a director of a transportation corporation. The amendments to Section 15.90 make certain changes relating to the reports to be submitted to the department and the commission by a transportation corporation, and to the content and timing of the submission of the required annual financial audit of a transportation corporation.

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Chapter 21 - Right of Way (MO) Amendments to §21.144, §21.146, §21.149, §21.152, §21.155, §§21.158 21.160, §21.169, §§21.172 - 21.174, §21.179, §21.180, §21.183, §21.187, §21.193, §21.198, and New §21.204 (Regulation of Signs Along Interstate and Primary Highways); Amendments to §21.405, §21.409, §21.411, §21.416; the Repeal of §21.419 and New §21.419; Amendments to §§21.420 - 21.423, §21.429, and New §§21.447 - 21.457 (Control of Signs Along Rural Roads)

TxDOT's sunset bill, Senate Bill 1420, made several changes to the outdoor advertising program, including administrative penalties and requiring a license for rural road billboard permits. This rule implements those new requirements. These rules also make changes to address clarifications and corrections needed due to the recent revision of the outdoor advertising rules.

112936

(4)

Chapter 31 - Public Transportation (MO) Amendments to §31.11, Formula Program (State Programs)

The 82nd Texas Legislature, 2011, appropriated additional state funds for public transportation grants to assist rural and urban transit districts with impacts of using 2010 census data in state grant formula allocations. The amendments to §31.11 will allow the Texas Transportation Commission (commission) to target the distribution of additional grant funding to those systems needing additional resources because of decreased funding allocations, startup system needs for newly designated urbanized areas, and other related impacts.

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8.

Internal Compliance Program (ICP) Report (Report)

State law requires the commission to establish a compliance program, which must include a compliance office to oversee the program. The compliance office is responsible for acting to prevent and detect serious breaches of department policy, fraud, waste, and abuse of office, including any acts of criminal conduct within the department. The compliance office is required to provide a monthly report to the commission regarding investigations and a summary of information relating to trends and recommendations to avoid future complaints.

9. 112937

Determination of Conflict of Interest Issuance of a determination as to whether participation by IDC Inc. as a member of a proposer team for a comprehensive development agreement (CDA) project while performing consulting services for the department in connection with another CDA project would constitute a conflict of interest (MO)

On November 22, 2011, IDC submitted a request in accordance with 43 TAC §§27.8(c)(8) and (9) for a determination that its participation on a CDA developer team for the SH 249, SH 288, and Grand Parkway projects in the Houston area and the I-35E project in Dallas and Denton counties while performing procurement services for the department for the SH 183 CDA project would not constitute a conflict of interest. Under 43 TAC §§27.8(c)(8) and (9), the commission must issue the determination.

10. 112938

Toll Roads a. Harris and Montgomery Counties ­ Concur in the election of a chair and vicechair of the committee formed pursuant to Transportation Code, §228.013 to make certain determinations concerning the distribution of financial risk, the method of financing, and the tolling structure and methodology for SH 99 (Grand Parkway) initial project in Harris and Montgomery counties (MO)

The department and local stakeholders are currently analyzing options for the financing and delivery of the portion of the Grand Parkway in Harris and Montgomery counties that require the formation of a legislatively-mandated SB 1420 Committee for the project. Under 43 TAC §27.92(c), a SB 1420 Committee's election of a chair and vice-chair is subject to the concurrence of the commission.

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b.

Travis and Williamson Counties ­ Accept the Report of Actual Traffic and Revenue for the Central Texas Turnpike System (CTTS) (MO)

Report of actual traffic and revenue for the CTTS as of November 30, 2011, as required by the CTTS Indenture of Trust.

112940

c.

Travis and Williamson Counties ­ Establish temporary main lane toll rate tables on SH 130 Segments 1-4 and SH 45 Southeast to charge the two-axle rate for all vehicles, regardless of classification (MO)

This minute order authorizes temporary toll rates during the holiday season for Segments 1-4 of SH 130 and SH 45 SE. All truck toll rates will be the same as passenger car toll rates from December 21, 2011 through January 4, 2012. Ramp rates will remain unchanged. The intent of this minute order is to encourage greater truck usage on the toll roads during the holiday season. The rates will revert back to existing rates on January 5, 2012.

11. DEFERRED

Report on Leasing of Right of Way Report concerning request for competing proposals issued April 8, 2011 concerning lease of right of way for implementation of low-emission freight transportation facility

This report concerns LEFTF of Texas, LLC's proposal to lease right of way for a low-emission freight transportation facility.

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12. 112941

State Infrastructure Bank (SIB) Various Counties ­ North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority (NETRMA) - Consider approving an amendment to the SIB loan agreement between NETRMA and the department dated as of March 1, 2011, approved in Minute Order 112475 and amended in Minute Order 112607, to permit an expansion of the Toll 49 project scope (MO)

The commission previously approved a SIB loan to pay for the construction of Segment 3B of Toll 49, from SH 31 north to I-20. This minute order would allow the department to amend the SIB loan agreement project definition to allow NETRMA to use SIB loan proceeds for costs related to planning work for Toll 49 East Texas Hourglass and make other minor changes to the SIB loan agreement. The Toll 49 East Texas Hourglass impacts Gregg, Harrison, Smith, and Upshur Counties.

13. 112942

Toll Equity Various Counties ­ North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority (NETRMA) - Consider approving an amendment to the toll equity loan agreement between NETRMA and the department dated as of March 1, 2011, approved in Minute Order 112498, and amended in Minute Order 112608, to permit an expansion of the Toll 49 project scope (MO)

The commission previously approved a loan under Transportation Code, §222.103 to pay for the development and construction of Segment 3B of Toll 49, from SH 31 north to I-20. This minute order would allow the department to amend the toll equity loan agreement project definition to allow NETRMA to use toll equity loan proceeds for costs related to planning work for Toll 49 East Texas Hourglass and make other minor changes to the toll equity loan agreement. The Toll 49 East Texas Hourglass impacts Gregg, Harrison, Smith, and Upshur Counties.

14. 112943

Unified Transportation Program (UTP) Approve updates to the 2012 UTP (MO)

The UTP is a 10-year statewide plan for transportation project development. The commission approved the 2012 UTP in May 2011 and revisions to the 2012 UTP in September 2011. This minute order updates funding allocations based on funds transfer requests and revises tiered funding on projects in multiple categories. In addition, this minute order addresses updates to project specific program lists for Categories 2, 3 and 10 and other minor revisions or technical corrections.

15.

Contracts Award or reject contracts for maintenance, highway and building construction

These proposed minute orders contain information concerning the receipt of bids for highway improvement contracts. The department may reschedule receipt of bids for those projects where the commission rejects all bids. Those bids accepted by the commission will result in conditional contract awards to the low bidders. Contract award conditions may involve securing funding from other sources, the contractor's ability to satisfy federal DBE subcontracting requirements, or other requirements as outlined in the project bid proposal

112944 112945

a. b.

Highway Maintenance and Department Building Construction (see attached itemized list) (MO) Highway and Transportation Enhancement Building Construction (see attached itemized list) (MO)

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16. 112946

Eminent Domain Proceedings Various Counties ­ Authorize the filing of condemnation proceedings to acquire real property by eminent domain for non-controlled and controlled access highways (see attached list) (MO)

Commission findings, determinations, and authorizations for the state, by motion made in accordance with Senate Bill 18 (82nd Legislature), to acquire by eminent domain, upon the payment of adequate and just compensation, various ownership interests in specific parcels of real property that are needed to develop or improve both non-controlled and controlled access state highways, to include requesting the state attorney general to bring and pursue condemnation suits relating to those specific parcels of real property described in the attached itemized list.

17. 112947

Routine Minute Orders a. Donations to the Department (1) Corpus Christi District ­ Consider a donation from NAC Services for the cost to design and construct a left turn, right turn, and acceleration lanes at the NAC development on US 181 in Karnes County (MO)

The donation allows better access for traveling public to donor's facility.

112948

(2)

Traffic Operations Division ­ Consider a donation for the cost associated with the fabrication and installation of 16 highway signs which designates various highways statewide as the Purple Heart Trail (MO)

Senate Bill 1311, 82nd Legislative Session designated various highways statewide as the Purple Heart Trail.

112949

(3)

Tyler District ­ Consider a donation from Luminant Mining Company, LLC. for sufficient funding to construct a new segment of highway parallel to FM 2658 in Rusk County which will then be conveyed to the state in exchange for an approximately 1.46 mile length of highway currently designated as FM 2658 (MO)

The donation will provide the department with a new parallel length of highway on property currently owned by the donor in exchange for the existing length of highway.

b. DEFERRED

Audited Financial Statements (1) Travis and Williamson Counties ­ Accept the audited financial statements of the CTTS, as required by the CTTS Indenture of Trust (MO)

The Indenture of Trust that prescribes the terms for bonds and obligations issued to finance the 2002 Project of the Central Texas Turnpike System, a toll project comprised of the SH 130, Segments 1-4, SH 45N, and Loop 1 project elements, requires the preparation of a financial report of the results of operation of the system for each fiscal year. Audited financial statements meeting the requirements of the Indenture have been prepared for FY 2011. The financial statements for FY 2010 are provided for comparative purposes.

112950

(2)

Accept the audited financial statements of the Texas Mobility Fund (TMF) as required by the governing master resolution (MO)

The Master Resolution governing the issuance of TMF bonds requires the preparation of an audited financial report of the TMF for each fiscal year. Audited financial statements have been prepared for FY 2011

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Routine Minute Orders (continued) c. Right of Way Dispositions and Donations

The commission must approve the sales, transfers and exchanges of state rights of way and other real properties that are no longer needed for a state highway purpose. It must also approve, accept and acknowledge donations to the state of real property that is valued at $500 or more.

112951

(1)

Andrews County ­ US 385 approximately 1.0 mile south of Andrews Consider the exchange of right of way (MO)

The surplus land was acquired for use as a roadside park. It has ceased to be used for this purpose and has been used for stockpiling construction materials. The district has determined that a nearby site is larger and will be more useful for stockpiling materials. The owner has agreed to an exchange of land, and the surplus land will no longer be needed for highway purposes.

112952

(2)

Coryell County ­ US 84 approximately one mile west of CR 158 Consider the sale of surplus right of way with reservation of an easement interest (MO)

The district has advised that the surplus land is no longer needed for highway right of way purposes, and that an easement interest should be retained for drainage purposes. The abutting landowner has requested to purchase the surplus land, and the surplus land may be sold to the abutting landowner subject to the easement reservation.

112953

(3)

Denton County ­ FM 423 from US 380 to 0.8 miles south of FM 2934 Consider the acceptance of a donation of land for a highway improvement project (MO)

The property being donated to the department is necessary to widen the two-lane undivided rural road to a six-lane divided urban roadway. The property being donated is in lieu of payment for the acquisition and is valued at more than $500.

112954 112955

(4)

El Paso County ­ SL 375 from 0.038 miles west of I-10 at SL 375 to 0.479 Miles east of Franklin Mountain State Park - Consider the acceptance of two donations of land for a highway improvement project (MO) (MO)

The properties being partially donated to the department are necessary for the reconstruction and widening of SL 375 from a two-lane roadway to a four-lane roadway with grade separations at major streets. The donors desire to accept $5,000 as full compensation for each parcel, and donate to the department any residual amounts over and above $5,000. Each parcel is valued at more than $500. Parcel 10 is owned by Plexxar North, Ltd. and parcel 11 is owned by Plexxar Capital, Ltd.

112956

(5)

Smith County ­ FM 346, approximately 1.0 mile north of FM 344 Consider the sale of two surplus drainage easements to the owners of the fee in the property (fee owners) (MO)

The district has advised that the surplus easements are no longer needed for highway drainage purposes. The fee owners have requested to purchase the surplus easements, and they may be sold to the fee owners.

112957

d.

Speed Zones Various Counties ­ Establish or alter regulatory and construction speed zones on various sections of highways in the state (MO)

This minute order establishes or alters regulatory and construction speed zones on various sections of highways in the state.

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18.

Executive Session Pursuant to Government Code, Chapter 551 Section 551.071 ­ Consultation with and advice from legal counsel regarding any item on this agenda

OPEN COMMENT PERIOD ­ At the conclusion of all other agenda items, the commission will allow an open comment period, not to exceed one hour, to receive public comment on any other matter that is under the jurisdiction of the commission. No action will be taken. Each speaker will be allowed a maximum of three minutes. Speakers must be signed up prior to the beginning of the open comment period. ADJOURN *** NOTE: Enumerated agenda items are assigned numbers for ease of reference only, and will not necessarily be considered by the commission in that particular order. Items identified with (MO) for minute order are those upon which the commission is considering an action. Persons with special needs or disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and require auxiliary aids or services are requested to contact JoLynne Williams at (512) 305-9536 at least three working days prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

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TEXAS TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MEETING ATTACHED LISTS December 15, 2011 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTSSTATE LET AGENDA ITEM 15.a. COUNTY HIGHWAY CONTROLLING DIST NAME NUMBER PROJECT NO ATL BOWIE FM 558 RMC - 622747001 AUS AUS AUS AUS AUS BMT BRY CRP CRP DAL DAL ELP FTW FTW FTW FTW FTW LBB LBB LBB LRD LRD ODA ODA PAR PHR CALDWELL GILLESPIE GILLESPIE WILLIAMSON WILLIAMSON HARDIN ROBERTSON ARANSAS KARNES KAUFMAN NAVARRO EL PASO JOHNSON TARRANT TARRANT TARRANT TARRANT HALE LUBBOCK LUBBOCK DIMMIT WEBB ECTOR MIDLAND RED RIVER CAMERON SH 80 US 290 US 290 FM 112 SH 138 FM 92 FM 979 SH 35 FM 81 IH 20 IH 45 IH 10 IH 35W IH 30 IH 30 IH 820 US 287 IH 27 IH 27 LP 388 FM 133 IH 35 IH 20 BS 158B FM 411 SH 48

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RMC - 623245001 RMC - 623296001 RMC - 623376001 RMC - 623385001 RMC - 623414001 RMC - 623101001 RMC - 623338001 RMC - 623433001 RMC - 623119001 RMC - 623349001 RMC - 621967001 RMC-623591001 RMC - 623103001 BPM - 622365001 RMC - 623495001 RMC - 623496001 RMC - 623333001 RMC - 623177001 BPM - 623118001 RMC - 622910001 RMC - 623195001 RMC- 623426001 RMC - 622796001 RMC - 623023001 RMC - 623048001 RMC- 623653001

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(CONTINUED) HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS-STATE LET AGENDA ITEM 15.a. COUNTY HIGHWAY CONTROLLING DIST NAME NUMBER PROJECT NO SAT ATASCOSA IH 37 RMC - 623631001 SAT FRIO IH 35 RMC - 623630001 SJT TYL CONCHO ANDERSON FM 1929 US 175 BPM - 623568001 RMC - 623362001

HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS - STATE LET AGENDA ITEM 15.b. COUNTY HIGHWAY CONTROLLING DIST NAME NUMBER PROJECT NO. ABL HOWARD BI 20-G STP 2012(144) ABL HOWARD IH 20 IM 0202(235)G AMA ATL AUS AUS AUS AUS BMT BRY BWD CRP CRP DAL DAL DAL DAL DAL DAL DAL DAL ELP POTTER BOWIE CALDWELL HAYS TRAVIS TRAVIS ORANGE BRAZOS EASTLAND GOLIAD JIM WELLS COLLIN DALLAS DALLAS DALLAS DENTON DENTON KAUFMAN KAUFMAN EL PASO LP 335 IH 30 FM 1966 RM 3237 SH 71 SH 71 IH 10 SH 47 IH 20 US 183 SH 359 US 75 CS IH 35E VA IH 35E US 380 FM 2965 US 80 FM 76

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STP 2012(139) IM 0303(124) STP 2012(156) STP 2012(155) NH 2012(153) NH 2012(154) IM 0108(173) STP 1102(590) IM 0203(081) STP 2012(163) STP 2012(162) C 47-14-67 CM 2008(398) IM 6356(429) C 918-00-160 C 195-3-75 STP 2012(184)SB STP 2012(140) NH 2012(164) STP 2012(183)

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(CONTINUED) HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS - STATE LET AGENDA ITEM 15.b. COUNTY HIGHWAY CONTROLLING DIST NAME NUMBER PROJECT NO. ELP EL PASO LP 478 NH 2012(226) FTW HOU HOU HOU HOU LFK LRD LRD LRD ODA PAR PAR PHR PHR SAT SAT SAT SAT SAT SAT SJT SJT SJT TYL TYL WAC WFS YKM YKM JOHNSON FORT BEND HARRIS HARRIS HARRIS SAN JACINTO LASALLE VAL VERDE WEBB MIDLAND GRAYSON RED RIVER CAMERON HIDALGO BEXAR BEXAR BEXAR FRIO FRIO KENDALL CONCHO TOM GREEN TOM GREEN CHEROKEE HENDERSON HILL WICHITA AUSTIN COLORADO BI 35-V FM 1464 CS IH 610 VA US 59 SH 97 US 277 SH 359 IH 20 FM 902 CR VA SH 107 IH 10 IH 410 VA BI 35-E CR IH 10 US 83 SL 306 VA US 84 US 175 SH 22 VA CR IH 10

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BR 2012(137) STP 2012(149) STP 2002(146)TE IM 6107(432) STP 2012(148) STP 1102(058)HES STP 2012(173) STP 2012(171) STP 2012(243) IM 0201(180) STP 1102(289)HRR BR 2008(645) STP 2012(225) STP 2012(169) IM 0104(376) IM 4104(377) STP 2012(161) STP 2012(158) BR 2011(842) IM 0104(348) STP 2012(118) NH 1102(138) STP 2012(141) STP 2012(123) STP 2012(147)HES STP 2012(145) STP 2012(138) BR 2010(405) IM 0106(099)

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EMINENT DOMAIN - [AGENDA ITEM 16] NON-CONTROLLED ACCESS COUNTY HIGHWAY EXHIBIT

Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Collin Comal Denton Denton Denton El Paso Montgomery Montgomery Upshur Upshur FM 545 SH 289 SH 289 SH 289 SH 289 SH 289 SH 289 SH 78 SH 78 SH 78 SH 78 SH 78 SH 78 US 281 FM 423 FM 423 FM 423 SH 76 FM 1774 FM 1774 SH 155 SH 155 1 20 19 16 12 21 22 15 2 17 18 14 13 3 5 4 6 11 10 9 7 8

ROW CSJ NO.

1012-02-033 0091-03-023 0091-03-023 0091-03-023 0091-03-023 0091-03-023 0091-03-023 0281-01-031 0281-01-031 0281-02-064 0281-02-066 0281-02-066 0281-02-066 0253-03-065 1315-02-010 1315-02-010 1315-02-010 0674-01-058 1400-04-027 1400-04-027 0520-02-046 0520-02-046

PARCEL

1 4 9 16 24 8 2 4 3 39 3, 3E 2 1 5 65 5 64 70A 202A 202B 3B 3A

CONTROLLED ACCESS COUNTY HIGHWAY

Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell Denton Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris McLennan McLennan McLennan IH 35 IH 35 IH 35 IH 35 IH 35 IH 35 IH 35 IH35E IH610 IH 610 IH 610 IH 610 IH 610 IH 610 IH 610 IH 35 IH 35 IH 35

EXHIBIT

K F G O N L M R A E D B P Q C J I H

ACCOUNT

0015-04-083 0015-04-083 0015-04-083 0015-04-083 0015-04-083 0015-04-083 0015-04-083 0196-01-097 0271-14-221 0271-14-225 0271-14-225 0271-14-225 0271-14-225 0271-14-225 0271-14-225 0015-01-220 0015-01-220 0015-01-220

PARCEL

47 39, 39AC 43 74 72 48 49 57 230 317 324 312 325 333 332 37 48 13, 13E

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