1 Missouri Safe Routes to School Program Writing a Competitive Safe Routes to School Project Workshop The PedNet Coalition Missouri Department of Transportation
2 Goal of this Training Module How to write a highly competitive project application (or set of project applications) for 2014 Safe Routes to School funding from the Missouri Department of Transportation.
3 Missouri Safe Routes to School Program The Missouri Department of Transportation s Safe Routes to School program is found at the following web site: Missouri s SRTS Program is administered by the Design Division of MoDOT.
4 Actual Project Funding Available for Missouri s 2012 project Cycle TOTAL $4,200,000 Infrastructure Non-infrastructure $3,780,000 $420,000 Total funding available for the TAP is currently unknown, but will be announced with the 2014 project call
5 What is the Safe Routes to School program? Created in 2005 by Congress under the federal Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) legislation, the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program addresses the growing epidemic of childhood obesity and diabetes.
6 What is the Safe Routes to School program? $612 million was dedicated to the program from In summer 2012, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) eliminated SRTS as a stand-alone program, and instead made it eligible for funding under the new Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP).
7 What is the Safe Routes to School program? The SRTS program was developed to accomplish 3 primary goals: 1. To enable and encourage children - including those with disabilities - to walk and bicycle to school; 2. To make bicycling and walking to school a safer and more appealing transportation alternative; thus, encouraging a health and active lifestyle from an early age; and 3. To facilitate project planning, development and implementation that improves safety while reducing traffic, fuel consumption and air pollution near schools.
8 Eligible SRTS Program Applicants City or County governments that demonstrate an ability to meet the SRTS requirements may apply for SRTS funding.
9 SRTS Program Ideology SRTS project funding is most effective when: 1.Program funding is utilized for elementary and middle schools; and 2.Programs and projects are located within a 2-mile radius of the school
10 SRTS Program Requirements Further: 1. Schools/school districts seeking SRTS funding MUST have a City or County Government applicant for the project; and 2. All SRTS project sponsors must identify a full-time public employee, or an elected official, who has received a LPA Basic Training class certificate of completion to serve as the responsible person in charge before any project activities can begin.
11 Projects may indirectly benefit high school youth or the general public; however, these constituencies cannot be the sole or primary beneficiaries. SRTS Program Requirements Additionally: Projects/activities should directly support increased safety & convenience for children to bicycle/walk to school.
12 Project Application Prep Guide Table
13 Timeline and Milestones Include all pertinent milestones, such as event dates, public meetings, design phases, environmental reviews, and dates for completion of construction.
14 SRTS Program Requirements Finally: The project applicant or sponsor must have the up-front funds to implement the project. Selected applicants will be entitled to request reimbursements from MoDOT for an amount agreed-upon at the time of project selection. The applicant first must spend funds that it already has secured; MoDOT will not provide up-front cash. Any work on the project that was performed prior to the project's selection is not eligible for reimbursement.
15 The 5 Es Education Encouragement Enforcement Engineering Evaluation Pedestrian & bike safety/skills curricula & activities for children, parents & community members Fun, educational & motivational activities to promote walking & bicycling Changes unsafe behaviors to help kids, parents & drivers follow traffic rules & become aware of pedestrians & bicyclists Infrastructure improvements to the built environment around the school that improve safety Ongoing information-gathering to assess and/or improve SRTS program design
16 Infrastructure Projects Require construction or installation; i.e., dirt turned ; May cover planning, design, engineering expenses; including consultant services; and Please Note: Schools MUST work with and obtain the advanced permission for infrastructure projects from local town, city, or county governance.
17 Infrastructure Projects MUST be accessible to persons with disabilities per the Americans with Disabilities Act; i.e., ALL SRTS projects must be ADA-compliant
19 Non-Infrastructure Projects May include education, encouragement & enforcement components Unsure under which category your project or program ideology fits? Please contact Mr. Jeff Cremer for guidance/clarification.
20 Matching versus Leveraging A 20% match is required for MoDOT Safe Routes to School project applications. Acknowledge/describe the funding source you will use to meet this matching requirement. Federal funding (generally) cannot be more than 80% of project costs. Leveraging: Incorporating into your program voluntary or financial support from your other SRTS partners/funding sources; e.g., Transportation Alternatives Program or ARRA projects, etc.
21 Correct vs. Incorrect Methods of Calculating Your project Match Computing the Minimum Match The WRONG Way For a proposal asking for $100, Rules call for a minimum 25% match The Wrong Way is This: $100, X.25 = $25, match 21
22 Correct vs. Incorrect Methods of Calculating Your project Match Computing the Minimum Match The RIGHT Way For a proposal asking for $100, Rules call for a minimum 25% match The RIGHT Way is this: $100, divided by.75 = $133, $133, minus $100, = $33, Remember that the wrong way said $25,000.00, which is $8, too low! 22
23 Infrastructure projects on the Missouri State Highway System need permission from the MoDOT District Office Representative designated for your area. Contact your local law enforcement agency and/or local Public Works Department staff to help you complete the required Walkability Checklist to assess your project.
24 Essential Contacts Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)/Regional Planning Commission (RPC) Contact: your MPO or RPC before you begin drafting your project application(s) to notify them of your plans for submission. To find the appropriate MPO/RPC for your area, please see:
25 Completing Your Hard Copy and/or Online Application
26 Application Checklist Page 27 of the 2012 Administrative Guidelines for SRTS Applications & Procedures, the SRTS Application Checklist: lists required & optional documents; details proper submission of photos, maps, videos or drawings; and provides the project deadline.
27 Application Components Applicant Information: There may only be 1 applicant per project; although, there may be additional partners.
28 Application Information Applicant - The agency that will be responsible for the project/activity. This is also the agency that will spend the money and be reimbursed. Applicant/Project/project Contact - The person who wrote or who will administer your project. Government Agency - Name the government agency that will be the project applicant. If you do not work for a government agency and intend to apply for infrastructure funds you MUST partner with a government agency.
29 Applicant Information Project Title - The name of your SRTS project listed at the beginning of the project application. School name/school/site address - The actual school site(s); i.e., physical address(es) for your project. Applicant - The agency or organization that is applying for the funds.
30 Problem Identification - 35 Points Problem ID Section - explains the issues you want to address Remember project reviewers no NOTHING about your project! Do not use this section to explain the activity!
31 Problem Identification - 35 Points
32 Completing the required Walkability Checklist a.k.a. a Walkabout Walkabout - A walking assessment of your school and/or neighborhood site. This is an extremely valuable project planning exercise for you and your SRTS team to perform.
33 Active School Neighborhood Checklists An Active School Neighborhood Checklist (ASNC) provides decision makers with a quantitative tool for evaluating the potential long-term health impacts of candidate school sites on the children who will attend them. ASNC logic is based on existing research that the built environment can either encourage or prevent people of all ages from walking and bicycling safely to various destinations. More information about the ASNC may be found at: where the ASNC, instructional webinars and fillable ASNC forms may be downloaded.
34 Goals/Objectives - 0 Points Goals/Objectives Section - explains the activities that will be performed to reach the project s goals & objectives
35 Site Safety/Crash History Include official police crash reports or media coverage of actual incidents. If either of these items are unavailable, then applicants may attach a letter from a law enforcement officer.
36 Project/Activity Description - 40 Points Project/Activity Description Section - explains the project/activity with as much detail as possible
37 Project Evaluation/Tie Breaker - 25 Points Every applicant must fill out this page. Describe how you have directly or indirectly incorporated the 5 E s, (Engineering, Education, Enforcement, Encouragement, & Evaluation) into the project/activity. If any of the 5 E s is currently present (e.g., sidewalks, curriculum, etc.), include them in this section.
38 Describing the 5 Es The 5 Es are the heart of SRTS! Your program or project should address ALL of the 5 Es - even if you are applying for funding to implement fewer than five. Explain how the 5 Es are being used around your school or community - even if they re being accomplished by other community-based groups that may not be part of your program.
39 SRTS Project Evaluation Project recipients may wish to consider gathering/submitting student walking and bicycling data utilizing the Student Arrival & Departure Tally Sheet. Recipients can input their data into the online evaluation tool developed by the National Center for Safe Routes to School (NCSRTS). Parent Surveys make excellent Needs Assessment instruments for SRTS project design.
40 Optional SRTS Project Evaluation Plan In the Evaluation Plan chart, list: Name of school(s) being evaluated; Which grades are being evaluated (or if the entire school will submit data); and The name of the actual person(s) responsible for gathering walking and bicycling data at the school(s).
41 Supplemental Information/Assurances
42 Supplemental Information/Assurances
43 Supplemental Information/Assurances Target School(s) - The school(s) upon which your project focuses. Number of students who live miles from School Estimated number of students currently walking/bicycling to school Does the school or district have policies that prohibit students from biking or walking to school, or that mandate busing?
44 Project/Activity Estimate - 25 Points Estimate must be well researched/prepared The amount obligated for this project/activity shall not be increased after the application deadline $250,000 = maximum limit for Infrastructure projects $25,000 = maximum limit for Non-Infrastructure projects
45 Project/Activity Estimate - 25 Points Estimate ALL expenses in the categories provided. For Non-infrastructure projects, show a separate budget for each program year. List all voluntary contributions. Indicate any other funds you will use on this project in the Other Items column.
46 Project Budget Narrative Provide detail for ALL of your budget line items. Rule of Thumb: When in doubt, provide more detail rather than less.
47 Report of Additional Funding Identify any state, federal, local, or private funding assistance for which your agency/org is currently receiving or will be receiving related to this project/activity or other projects & activities that tie into this project/activity
48 Sample project Application A sample infrastructure project application may be found within Appendix A of the 2012 Administrative Guidelines for SRTS Applications & Procedures which may be downloaded from the MoDOT Highway Safety Division s web site by running a search on the search bar.
49 Application Checklist On page 27 of the 2012 Administrative Guidelines for SRTS Applications & Procedures, the checklist provides a list of required & optional documents; directions for how to submit photos, maps, videos or drawings; plus, a list of crucial steps from the beginning to the end of the project submittal process.
50 Supporting Documents Every applicant must submit original signed supporting documents as required by the Administrative Guidelines & applications. Copies are acceptable. If the applicant is submitting more than one application, a separate set of documents is required for each application.
51 Project & School Information Forms What grades attend this school? Which grades does this project target? # of targeted students by grade? Is there a school level team that will aid SRTS project implementation; e.g., SRTS Team, PTA, School Wellness Team? Are other agencies or organizations involved in implementing this program; e.g., local governments, health departments, Safe Kids program, PedNet Coalition, or local university?
52 School Partners Project & School Information Form - Sheet 1
53 Project & School Information Form Sheet 2
54 Project & School Information Form Sheet 3
55 SRTS Project Attachments Including: - Site/aerial maps - Walking/biking/route map - Photographs & Videos - Sample educational materials - Newspaper clips - Letters of support - Walkability Checklists - Site Safety/Crash History All attachments will be scored on their quality. Please Note: Letters of support can earn your application valuable points. However, boiler plate letters will score lower than those that are either written by the signer, or are otherwise unique. DO NOT SEND YOUR LETTERS SEPARATELY TO MODOT! INCLUDE THEM WITH YOUR APPLICATION PACKET.
56 Typical SRTS Project Application Deadline Applications Typically Received Online September 1, November 5, 2014 The version must be uploaded, and the hard copy of signed, original documents must be hand-carried to the MoDOT offices by the 2014 deadline given. Awardees will be posted on the MoDOT SRTS website. Check the LPA home page for announcements of project awards.
57 IF You ve Submitted an Online Project Application Be sure to make yourself and any participating partners a hard copy of the project application AND print out the online project submittal (IF available) along with the confirmation or Submitted status screen shot.
58 Need Help? Contact Us! Contact Information: Mr. Jeffrey Cremer, SRTS Coordinator Missouri Department of Transportation Design Division P.O. Box 270 Jefferson City, Missouri Office Phone: Contact Information: Ms. Michia Casebier, President M.G. Tech-Writing, L.L.C. Office Phone/Cellular: Fax:
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