PROJECTS

PROJECTS

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Overall Work Program
Overall Work Program

Overall Work Program

Overall Work Program

The Overall Work Program (OWP) is the controlling document for Commission work activities. It documents past accomplishments, identifies all scheduled work for the coming program year, and establishes a detailed budget required to deliver the annual program. The OWP is organized to provide a broad discussion of the Commission, its organization and significant transportation issues. This is followed by the detailed work elements which identify broad projects, specific tasks and products related to each project, and a specific budget for each project. Staffing levels, consultant services, and capital acquisitions are explicitly identified in each work element.

Federal Transportation Improvement Program
Federal Transportation Improvement Program

Federal Transportation Improvement Program

Federal Transportation Improvement Program

The Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) is the vehicle by which transportation projects are advanced for funding. The FTIP is developed pursuant to State and Federal guidelines and is required to be consistent with current estimates of State and Federal funding available to governmental entities within Madera County. The FTIP is intended to be a short range programming document and generally shows projects within the three year or triennial element. Additional years or “out years” project listings are included when the information is available. Federal transportation legislation requires an additional financially constrained programming year which forms a four year or quadrennial element.

Unmet Transit Needs
Unmet Transit Needs

Unmet Transit Needs

Unmet Transit Needs

As the Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) for Madera County, MCTC is responsible for the administration of the Transportation Development Act (TDA) funds. TDA funds, which are funded through ¼ percent of the statewide sales tax, are the primary funding source for most transit systems. The administration of TDA funds includes the annual unmet transit needs process, which has three key components: soliciting testimony on unmet transit needs; analyzing needs in accordance to adopted definitions of unmet transit need and reasonable to meet; and adoption of a finding regarding unmet transit needs that may exist for the upcoming fiscal year. These tasks are to be performed in consultation with the Social Service Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC).