- streets and roads
- bridge reconstruction
- other programs that receive federal dollars or require some type of federal approval
Various Projects - The purpose of this minor "technical correction" was to clarify the use of Toll Credits to fulfill match requirements for federal funds. No other changes were made. The following link identifies the specific projects funded with federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program (CMAQ) funds which requires the use of toll credits to fulfill the match requirements.
Pearson Rd SR2S Connectivity Project. Funding for this project was increased by $500,000 in federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program funds (CMAQ). In addition, the project was split into two without any change to the scope or schedule as originally programmed. The project was split into two as a result of a scope change approved by the California Transportation Commission for the Active Transportation Program (ATP). In essence, the two projects are now split by fund source, ATP and CMAQ as separate projects.
Local Highway Bridge Program (HBP) - Grouped Listing. This project was modified for the purpose of updating HBP Grouped listing per HQ to the list dated 10/26/2016. The 4 year FTIP period financial change was from $20,410,000 to $20,460,356. In addition, the HBP list changed from 7 local projects to 10 as specified in the CTIPS data printouts.
Butte County Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) - Grouped Listing. This project was modified for the purpose of updating HSIP Grouped listing per HQ to the list dated 11/29/2016. The 4 year FTIP period financial change was from $4,576,500 to $7,289,050. In addition, the HBP list changed from 11 local projects to 08 as specified in the CTIPS data printouts.
- FTIP Administrative Modification Approval Letter to Caltrans & Federal Agencies
- HSIP Backup List / HSIP Backup List 2
- HBP Backup List / HBP Backup List 2
BCAG is required to prepare a Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) every two years. The BCAG Board is scheduled to adopt the new 2017 FTIP at the August 25, 2016 Board meeting.
The purpose of the FTIP is to identify all transportation-related projects that require federal funding or other approval by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) or the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). The 2017 FTIP will cover the next four fiscal years (FFY 16/17, 17/18, 18/19 and 19/20). The FTIP also identifies all non-federal, regionally significant projects for information and air quality emissions modeling purposes. The FTIP indicates the area's short-term plan for use of federal dollars and other resources for the maintenance, operation, and improvement of the transportation system and the achievement of federal air quality standards over the next four federal fiscal years.
Projects in the 2016/17 fiscal year and beyond will likely carry forward into the 2017 FTIP as well as the projects recently adopted in the 2016 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The typical funding programs associated with the FTIP include the STIP, State Highways Operations and Protection Program (Caltrans SHOPP), Highway Bridge Program (Local Bridge Program), Federal Transit Administration Programs (Transit), Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program (CMAQ) and Active Transportation Program (ATP).
A draft 2017 FTIP document including an Air Quality Conformity Analysis and Determination was presented at the July BCAG Transportation Advisory Committee and posted online as well. All matters concerning the development of the FTIP will be posted at this web page.
Annual Obligation Reports: