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1 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE 2009 TRANSPORTATION GRANT APPLICATION PACKET Funding Availability: The Municipality of Anchorage is accepting grant applications for human services transportation projects that meet criteria for Federal Transit Administration Grant Programs for (FTA) Section 5310 Elderly and People with Disabilities, Section 5316 Job Access Reverse Commute (JARC) and FTA Section 5317 New Freedom as well as Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (AMHTA). The following funds are available for distribution: JARC New Freedom 5310 AMHTA 2008 $95, $56, $65, $236, $112, $64, $68, $247,000 TOTAL $208,411 Total $121,239 TOTAL $133,286 Total $483,500 Eligibility: For FTA grant funds, applicants must meet eligibility criteria defined by the Federal Transit Administration which includes participation in the Human Services Transportation Planning process. To be eligible for funding, projects must be consistent with those priorities and strategies outlined in the 2009 Human Services Transportation Coordination Plan and must provide transportation service within the Municipality of Anchorage. Projects funded with AMHTA funds must meet FTA eligibility criteria and serve AMHTA targeted populations within the Municipality of Anchorage. JARC and New Freedom subrecipient grant awards will not exceed $99,000. All applicants must complete the State of Alaska Public Transportation Management Survey. Assistance & Deadline: A workshop for applicants with questions will be held on Tuesday, September 15, 2009 at 2p-3:30p at 3600 Martin Luther King Drive, 2 nd Floor Conference Room. For questions or to request an accommodation, contact Mobility Coordinator, Jamie Acton or Completed Applications must be submitted electronically to by 5:00pm October 1, Process: The FTA requires these grant funds be distributed through an open, transparent, competitive process. The grant process will be advertised in the Anchorage Daily News, posted on the AMATS and People Mover websites and distributed to interested parties. The Municipality of Anchorage, Public Transportation Department is the recipient of FTA formula funds for FTA 5316 and FTA The State of Alaska and AMATS have a signed agreement that provides 25% of the state allocation of FTA 5310 and AMHTA to be distributed in Anchorage through competitive process. The Anchorage Public Transportation Department is the designated coordinating agency for the Anchorage area and has the responsibility for ensuring projects are coordinated according to the Human Service Transportation Coordination Plan (HSTC). The Public Transportation Department is eligible to participate in this grant process for all grant programs in compliance with FTA guidance and the Anchorage HSTC Plan adopted by AMATS in April All projects will be ranked by an AMATS Ranking Committee using criteria included in this application. Grant Awards: The Municipality of Anchorage, Public Transportation Department will administer grant awards for FTA 5316 and FTA The State of Alaska will administer grant awards funded with FTA 5310 and AMHTA. All grant recipients and subrecipients will be required to sign a grant agreement, complete and submit grant reports, complete the State of Alaska on-line inventory and sign off on Federal Transit Administration Certifications and Assurances. Failure to comply will result in loss of the award and possible ineligibility for future grants. 1

2 HUMAN SERVICES TRANSPORTATION COORDINATION FUNDING CRITERIA Weighted scoring method - score each project from 0 to 5 Criteria 1. Does this project have an area-wide (15 points), Community-wide (10 points), or neighborhood (5 points) focus? Is the service for general population or specific member groups? What are the hours of operation? 2. Does this project increase coordination among two or more organizations? Score will increase with a greater amount of coordination. 3. Does the project improve mobility for low income, elderly and/or persons with disabilities? Projects that target at-risk populations including welfare recipients, individuals who are eligible for ADA AnchorRIDES service and access to jobs will score higher. 4. Highest score will be given to projects that have completed a planning process that includes opportunities for public comment and demonstrated viability to serving the greatest number of individuals with a comparably low cost. 5. Is the project mandated in the State Air Quality Implementation Plan (SIP)? Is it consistent with other adopted state, federal or local plans? 6. Project operations and maintenance commitment - Will the project increase or decrease maintenance costs? Do responsible operation and maintenance entities support project? 7. Is the project likely to be supported by government agencies and the community? Weight Max Points Possible Does the project provide economic benefits following completion? Does the project improve public safety (e.g. reduce pedestrian/vehicle and/or vehicle/vehicle conflicts (vehicles may include, cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, etc.)? 10. Does the project have other benefits not considered by the criteria above? (e.g. Livability of the community, adaptation to northern climate, increased lifestyle options, other air quality or environmental benefit, etc.) TOTAL 100 2

3 Part I: Applicant Information: Organization Name: Type of Entity: Government Tribal Non-Profit For-Profit Address: City: Name of Signature Authority Contact Name: Phone: Zip: Title: Title: Fax: Address: Agency Service Level Information 1. Total number of vehicles that provide client and/or passenger transportation 2. Vehicle Revenue Hours 2008 Actual 2009 Budgeted 2010 Projected 3. Vehicle Revenue Miles 4. One-way Passenger trips directly provided 5. One-way Passenger trips purchased from other providers (Do not count fares) 6. Volunteer hours (transportation related) 7. Attach a spreadsheet detailing your existing fleet including: year, make, model, mileage, condition (Excellent/Good/Fair/Poor/out of service) ADA accessibility (yes/no) & purpose. 8. Complete the following table: Count each rider in only one category. Current Number of Riders AMHTA beneficiaries Age 0-59 Age 60+ Total Riders Mentally Ill Alzheimer s Disease & Related Dementia Developmentally Disabled Chronic Alcoholics with Psychosis Subtotal Non-Beneficiaries Other Cognitively Impaired Other Mobility Impaired Other Non-beneficiaries (not impaired) Non-Beneficiary Subtotal Total Riders Total Riders age 60+ Total Projected Riders Current # of one-way trips/month Projected # of one-way trips/month 3

4 Part II: Project: Project Name: The 2009 Human Services Transportation Plan, adopted by AMATS on April 23, 2009 can be found at the following link: It lists Priorities and Strategies on pages List the specific page number and strategy that supports this project: Page: Strategy: Project Description: 1. Provide an introduction to your agency, the services provided, the service area, hours and the number of clients and demographics you serve. 2. Provide a detailed description of the project. 3. If project is for a capital purchase (i.e. vehicle or equipment), complete the following table: Qty Project Total Cost Match >20% Grant Request Options Gas / Diesel ADA Minivan ADA Taxi Minivan ADA Van with Conversion ADA Narrow Body Cutaway ADA Standard Body Cutaway ADA Mid Size Bus ADA Stretcher-equipped paratransit vehicle Non-ADA Standard Minivan Non-ADA Standard Passenger Van Non-ADA Narrow Body Cutaway Non-ADA Standard Body Cutaway Non-ADA Mid-Size Bus Other Coordinated Vehicles Equipment: 4

5 Part III: Budget and Funding 1 Funding Request: 2 What is the amount and source of your matching funds? 3 Is this project dependent on any other project submitted by your agency or another organization(s) within your region? If so, please describe and identify the agency and project. Grant Program Requested Amount: FTA 5310 FTA 5316 FTA 5317 AMHTA $ 4. Describe the type of project by selecting one of the following: 1. General Administrative Assistance for agency services: Sustain or Preserve Existing Service Expand Service: Establish new service area Reduce Response time Increase frequency Extend hours of service Provide new services to riders (describe) 2. General operating assistance for agency services: Sustain or Preserve Existing Service Expand Service: Establish new service area Reduce Response time Increase frequency Extend hours of service Provide new services to riders (describe) 3. Operating assistance for a specific project: Fixed Route Vanpool Dial-a-ride service Employment options 4. Capital assistance projects: Equipment replacement Replace bus Replace vans Add wheelchair accessibility Replace other equipment (describe Fleet Expansion Reduce response time Add vehicles to fleet Increase vehicle capacity Extend hours of service Provide new service for new riders Mobility Management (Describe) Route deviated service Volunteer driver Other: 5

6 5. Complete the budget below. Do not include passenger fares or donations as revenues in local funds. EXPENSES 2008 Actual 2009 Budgeted Projected Direct Operating Labor & Benefits Fuel & Lubricants Insurance Vehicle Maintenance Depreciation (only on assets not paid for with state or federal grants) Other: Contracted Services Total Gross Operating Expenses Less Passenger Fares and Donations Total Net Operating Expenses REVENUES Local funds (list) State funds (list) Federal funds (list) In-Kind (list) Other (list) Subtotal Operating Revenue: Requested Grant Total Operating Revenue 6

7 Part IV: Additional Information: The following questions address ranking criteria (included as attachment to this application.) 1. Service Area: A. What is the service area for this project? B. What are the hours of operation? C. How many people will be served by this project? D. Is eligibility open to the general public or is membership required? E. Does the project provide service to a wide range of destinations or is service more limited? 2. Coordination: A. How does the project improve transportation coordination? B. How does your organization participate in transportation coordination efforts? C. List organizations with which your agency has formal, signed coordinated transportation agreements. Provide brief descriptions of each. 3. Improved Mobility: A. Describe the population being served with this project. B. Does the project build on existing service and promote the mosteffective/least cost mode of transportation? Explain. C. How does this project improve mobility for targeted populations? 4. Planning: A. How many trips will the project provide? B. What is the cost per trip? (project cost / # of trips) C. How will you measure the success of this program? Be specific. D. Describe the need for this project and how the need was identified. E. Was there a public process in developing this project? Explain. 7

8 5. Air Quality/Environment: A. Is project mandated in the State Air Quality Implementation Plan? B. Does the project improve air quality or reduce congestion? Explain. C. Does the project promote alternative transportation such as public transportation, carpools, bikes, etc? Explain. D. Does the project improve pedestrian safety or reduce pedestrian/vehicle conflicts? Explain. E. Does this project reduce energy consumption? Explain. 6. Operations/Maintenance/Safety: A. Has the project given adequate consideration to safety and training of drivers/personnel? Explain. B. Will the project increase or decrease maintenance costs? For Vehicle/Equipment Purchase Only: C. Is this a new or replacement vehicle/equipment? D. If project is for a new vehicle, attach a copy of your preventive maintenance plan. E. If this is a replacement vehicle/equipment, what is it replacing? (include year, make, model, mileage and condition) Was that vehicle purchased with FTA or AMHTA funds? E. Where will this vehicle be stored? F. How will this vehicle/equipment be maintained? 7. Support: A. Does the project have match funds from a local source? B. Is the project supported by government agencies and the community? Explain: (applicants may attach up to 3 letters of support) 8

9 8. Economic Benefits: A. Does the project create jobs or help targeted populations access jobs? Explain. B. Does this project reduce costs to the general public? Explain. C. Are there other economic benefits? List. 9. Public Safety: A. Does the project improve Public safety and security? Explain. B. Does project reduce pedestrian/vehicle and/or vehicle/vehicle conflicts (vehicles may include, cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, bicycles, etc.)? 10. Other Information: Is there any other information we should consider when evaluating this application? Attachments: Spreadsheet detailing your existing fleet including: year, make model, mileage, condition (Excellent/Good/Fair/Poor/out of service) ADA accessibility (yes/no) & purpose. (if applicable) Vehicle Preventive Maintenance Plan (if application is for purchase of vehicles) Copy of last agency financial Report Letters committing matching funds In-Kind Match Valuation Proposal Letters of Support (Optional, Limit 3) Proof of completed On-Line State APTMS inventory Signature Page 9

10 Signature Page for Grant Application By electronically submitting this application you attest that the information provided is true and correct. Please mail the original signature page to: Municipality Of Anchorage Public Transportation C/o Jamie Acton PO BOX Anchorage, Alaska All signatures must be original; a hand stamp, fax, scan, or photocopy is not acceptable. Name of Applicant: Federal I.D. No: NOTORIZED: Applicant: Signature Date Signature Title Date 10

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