APPLICATION LAFAYETTE METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (MPO) SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (STP) FUNDS TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP)

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1 APPLICATION LAFAYETTE METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (MPO) SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (STP) FUNDS TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP) To be considered for STP funding, a proposed project must be included in the PLANNING area covered by the Lafayette Metropolitan Planning Organization. One application must be completed for each project being proposed for STP funding. All areas of the application must be completed. If you have any questions, please contact Lafayette MPO at , or Jurisdiction: Date: Prepared By: Contact Person: :Phone: Fax: Project Name: Project Location: Project Description: (Provide as much detail as possible. Include additional data or maps as attachments.) Need for and benefit to be derived from project. Please draw the typical section of proposed project. (Indicate number of lanes, width of lanes, bike lanes, shoulders, buffers, sidewalks, etc.) Is this project included in Lafayette MPO 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan? N/A REQUESTING AMENDMENT

2 Project Readiness: Is there community support for the project? (ordinance/resolution) Is preliminary engineering completed? Has funding been identified to cover the required match? Project Activation Request: FY Requested Funding Stage: Year Begin: Federal Share: Local Share: Total: Design/PE FY $ $ $ Environmental FY $ $ $ ROW FY $ $ $ Construction FY $ $ $ Total Project Cost: $ Identify and describe any additional sources of funding (including grants, local matches, taxing districts, private partnerships, etc.) DOTD Functional classification of roadway(s): Principal Arterial Minor Arterial Collector Length of project (miles): Does this project require additional right of way? YES NO Number of parcels to be acquired Congestion The project reduces congestion as defined by Level of Service The project increase capacity but not impact congestion. The project neither increases capacity nor reduces congestion. : Congestion Management Process The project is on a current CMP corridor with Level-of-service E or F. The project is on a current CMP corridor with Level-of-service D.

3 Capacity The project improves roadway/intersection capacity. The project improves network capacity. Safety The project addresses a previously identified safety concern. The project improves safety by including proven safety measures. Access Management The project reduces current conflict points. The project reduces future conflict points. The project does not address Access Management Network Connectivity The project connects existing roadway, pedestrian bike or transit route(s). Conformance with MPO/Local Entity Plans The project conforms with the Consolidated Thoroughfare Plan (CTP). The project conforms with the Financially Constrained Thoroughfare Plan. The project conforms with the Transit Plan. The project conforms with the Roundabout Plan. The project is identified by a Local Master Plan. The project does not conform with any MPO Plans. Complete Streets Policy The project meets the requirements of the DOTD Complete Streets Policy.

4 Pedestrian and Bike Mobility How do you plan to accommodate bicyclists? Shared use Paved shoulder Bicycle lane Separated path The project conforms with the MPO Bikeway Plan. _ How do you plan to accommodate pedestrians? The project conforms with the MPO Pedestrian Plan. The project incorporates sidewalks, bikeways or pedestrian facilities. The project incorporates measures used to provide for the safety and accessibility of pedestrians and bicyclists. Multimodal The project is an intermodal connector. The project is along an LTS fixed transit route. The project incorporates transit system improvement measures. Environmental Justice The project has a positive impact on the target area. The project has a negative impact on the target area. Freight Network The project improves freight movements. The project is located on LA DOTD s freight network. Is this project located on a roadway with fixed route transit service? If yes, explain how this project will include coordination with the transit service provider. Please attach TIP PROJECT ORDINANCE and an estimate of probable cost breakdown

5 Please circle all that apply to your project Project Types (*) May quality for > 80% funding Minor Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Signal-Retiming Add signal* Remove signal Geometry Improvement Restrict turns Add turn lanes* Restrict trucks Roundabout* Improve signage* Intersection beacon Re-striping* On-way operations Transit System Improvements Bike/Pedestrian Improvements Express bus service Bike lanes Expanded service Shared use paths* Light Rail New Paved Shoulders* Technology improvements Wider paved shoulders* Bike and Bus program New sidewalks Improved transit stops Improved sidewalks Bus traffic signal priority* Marked/raised crosswalks Transit marketing Bike/pedestrian signals Transit pull-outs Improved signage Shelters Curb extensions Bike parking Pedestrian refuge area* Travel Demand Management Safety Improvements Bus lanes Guard rails* Park and ride lots Roadway lighting* Vanpool program* Rumble strips* Carpool program* Safety edge* TDM marketing & signage Roadway safety audits* Minor Bridge Reconstruction Railroad crossing closure* Bridge maintenance Raised centerline markers* Bridge replacement Re-striping* Overlays Traffic Calming Measures New Construction Chokers* New road Bulbouts* New interchange Speed tables* Overpass Speed humps* Underpass Chicanes* Neckdowns* Corridor Reconstruction- Access Management Frontage roads Driveway control reduction Curb and gutter Add/improve medians Reconstruct roadway Add or widen shoulders* Lane widening Lane narrowing* Corridor Reconstruction Operations and Channelization Synchronize signals Pavement signs* Add turn lanes Minor reconstruction Accel, Decel lanes Extended turn lanes Movable barrier* Reconfigured or improved pavement marking* Traffic Management Traffic surveillance Computerized signal systems Motorist information systems Incident management Corridor Reconstruction Center Lane Center turn lane Add Base Capacity Add lanes Extend roadway Interchange reconstruction Submit to: Mike Hollier Lafayette MPO 101 Jefferson St., Suite 201 Lafayette, LA

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