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20122016 TIP

5-Year Regional Transportation


Improvement Program
ADOPTED June 9, 2011
I-10 with Twin Peaks Road bridge*
Houghton-Old Vail intersection
ADOT Southern Trafc Operations Center
Sahuarita Road tunnel enhancement
* Photo courtesy of ADOT

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), prepared by Pima Association of Governments (PAG),
is a five-year schedule of proposed transportation capital improvements within the Pima County,
Tucson urbanized area.

The TIP is typically updated annually through a multi-step process in association with PAG's member
jurisdictions or other implementing agencies. The TIP addresses improvements to diverse elements of
the regional transportation system including national, state and local highways, transit, aviation, ride
sharing, bikeways and pedestrian facilities. The TIP also responds to various state and federal
regulatory requirements for development of a transportation improvement program and TIP
conformance with air quality implementation plans, including the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) enacted in August 2005.

SAFETEA-LU expired on September 20, 2009 with no new bill in place. Congress and the country are
operating on a continuing resolution until a new bill is authorized. For the purposes of fiscal constraint
it was assumed that these extensions will, at a minimum, be at the same funding level of the last year
of SAFETEA-LU.

The projects listed in Appendix 1 have an identified source of funding and are presently in some stage
of project development. Every project that is federally funded whether, highway or transit, must be
included in the TIP. The TIP also includes all regionally significant projects funded from non-federal
sources.

The current five-year Transportation Improvement Program encompasses fiscal years 2012 to 2016.
The complete project listing by jurisdiction is contained in Appendix 1.







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CHAPTER 3 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMMING
OVERVIEW

The goal of the transportation improvement programming process is to develop a TIP that makes
optimum use of available funds and resources to serve transportation needs and implement the long
range transportation plan known as the Regional Transportation Plan or RTP in the PAG region.

Federal legislation [23 U.S.C. 134(h)(1)(B)] sets forth the parameters for TIP development. This law
specifies that:

In developing the program, the metropolitan planning organization, in cooperation with the State
and any affected public transit operator, shall provide

Citizens;
Affected public agencies;
Representatives of transportation agency employees;
Freight shippers;
Providers of freight transportation services;
Private providers of transportation;
Representatives of users of public transit; and
Other interested parties

with a reasonable opportunity to comment on the proposed program.

The legislation specifically defines certain aspects of the programming process. The TIP includes
project priorities and a financial plan which documents the financial resources available to implement
the program.

Federal laws regarding air quality [23 U.S.C. 109(j) and 40 CFR 52.138(d)] require that the regional TIP
be analyzed and conform to the air quality implementation plan(s). The documentation of this effort is
provided under the Air Quality section of this document.

The primary resource used for formulating the TIP is the RTP, however, with the passage of the
Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Plan in May of 2006 the projects and programs outlined in
that plan will be included in the TIP. The RTP documents transportation facilities and services required
to meet future travel needs. Additional roadway facilities and expanded public transportation services,
combined with greater opportunities for ride sharing, bicycling, intermodalism, and alternate modes,
are incorporated into the RTP to improve air quality and support the efficiency of the regional
transportation network.

PAG'S TIP PROCESS

PAG's TIP covers a 5-year period and describes planned regional transportation projects and
improvements, which lead toward implementation of the RTP. The TIP is the mechanism through
which the RTP is implemented in a manner consistent with local needs and priorities. It is also the
mechanism through which the air quality impacts of regionally significant transportation projects can
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which funding has been determined to be available. In addition to available federal funding sources,
information is also included on projects using State, regional and RTA funding. The TIP includes
regionally significant projects whether or not they are Federal Aid Projects. Information on other
projects, which are locally funded, is included as available, including the projects identified in the
voter approved RTA plan.

Contributing Agencies: Information on programmed projects is provided by the following agencies:

PAG's eight member governments - the cities of Tucson and South Tucson; Pima
County; the towns of Oro Valley, Marana and Sahuarita; the Pascua Yaqui Tribe and the
Tohono Oodham Nation;
Regional Transportation Authority (RTA);
Tucson Airport Authority (TAA);
Sun Tran;
Pima County Department of Environmental Quality (PDEQ);
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ);
Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT); and
Other agencies or transportation interests.

TIP SUBCOMMITTEE

PAG's TIP Subcommittee is the standing technical committee responsible for development of the TIP.
The TIP Subcommittee meets once a month throughout the year with additional meetings on an as-
needed basis to deal with technical issues and other matters related to TIP development. Regular
meeting notices are provided to committee members and when requested to a list of interested
parties, which includes citizens, neighborhood groups, non-profit organizations and various special
interest groups. Key aspects of the cooperative TIP process include maintenance of funding flexibility,
recognition of diverse needs and an ability to respond to changes in the community. Thus, the ability
to request and take timely action upon TIP amendments is an important component of the process.
Amendments to the TIP document may be processed, where necessary, to reflect changing needs,
priorities, or funding scenarios.

TYPES OF PROJECTS

The types of projects that appear in the TIP may include roadway improvements, bridge
improvements, transit improvements, transportation enhancements, transportation planning studies,
bicycle and pedestrian programs, RideShare, Travel Reduction, Clean Cities, alternate mode programs
and airport improvements.

TITLE VI AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

PAG is committed to planning, developing and implementing programs that are in compliance with
Environmental Justice regulations and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VI states that no
person in the United States shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or
disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to
discrimination under any program or activity. PAG addresses Title VI requirements both quantitatively
and qualitatively with extensive public involvement and data analysis techniques. Federal regulations
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Outreach

PAGs Public Involvement Program is designed to inform and solicit input from the regions protected
populations and engage them in meaningful participation in the transportation planning process.

PAG conducted three open houses for public comment on the TIP. They were conducted at central
locations throughout the community. One open house was conducted at Reid Park which is located
on a bus line and handicapped accessible. At all the open houses, Spanish translators were available
upon request and Spanish translations of the TIP materials were available.

Analysis Overview

This TIP analysis is part of a tiered approach that the region employs for Title VI and Environmental
Justice compliance. On the broadest level, projects are drawn from the Regional Transportation Plan
(RTP) for which an overall analysis is conducted. The RTP analysis assesses the impact of all of the
projects proposed in the region over the next 20 - 25 years. On the next level, another regional
analysis is performed on the 5 years of projects included in the TIP. In addition, a more focused
assessment is done during project development. Each project sponsor is responsible for
Environmental Justice and Title VI compliance as part of the planning and construction of its
individual projects.

Specific projects are expected to have appropriate public involvement and mitigation techniques
applied during their design & development process. For example, a variety of State and Federal rules
and regulations govern just compensation and relocation assistance for properties that qualify due
to the impacts of individual projects. These requirements are administered by the sponsoring agency
at an appropriate time during project development and right-of-way acquisition.

All of the projects contained in the TIP must be consistent with PAGs long-range transportation plan,
known as the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The RTP has been analyzed and developed to
provide an appropriately balanced program of transportation improvements with significant
investment in transit, bicycle and pedestrian projects that benefit low income individuals and others
who may not own or operate a motor vehicle. Projects within the roadway component of the RTP are
distributed throughout the region so as to not place disproportionate impacts on any one area or
population group.

Methodology

PAG has developed maps showing the concentration distribution of protected classes (as defined by
federal regulation) within the region. These maps, along with official population statistics, current
estimates and projections, and other household data in the PAG region, assist in analyzing the
potential impacts of the TIP on these groups.

For this analysis, a concentration of a protected group has been defined as those geographic areas
where the percentage of a protected population within the area exceeds the average percentage of
that same population living within the County as a whole. For example; if the county average for a
protected population is 5 percent, an area with a population greater than 5 percent would be
considered to have a concentration of that protected population. Also, for this analysis, Transportation
Analysis Zones (TAZ) were used as the geographic area to identify concentrations of the protected
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The method used for this analysis was a computer model computation for the average travel time in
the region with and without the projects identified for construction in the TIP. Additional computer
runs were preformed for each protected class by both concentration (table 3.1) and region-wide (table
3.2) and a comparison between the difference between the protected classes and the region as a
whole were analyzed.

The maps provided at the end of this chapter are provided as a graphic representation of the location
of the projects in comparison to the location of various concentrations of protected populations.

Because the impacts of projects are very subjective, the analysis assumes projects are equal in their
benefits and burdens. The goal of this analysis is to attempt to determine if comparable numbers of
people are being impacted by the project in the protected population as are being impacted in the
general population. The TIP strives to provide a balance so that all groups are affected at
approximately the same ratio.

It should be noted that there are several programs in the TIP that do not lend themselves to being
mapped such as RideShare, Job Access Reverse Commute (JARC), purchase of transit vehicles, etc.
These therefore are not included in this analysis. For the most part, these activities are targeted toward
one or more of the protected classes or they are distributed uniformly throughout the region. It is,
therefore, assumed that these activities are either neutral or would improve the observed benefits of
the program for each of the protected populations.

Analysis

The following tables provide the average travel time for the whole region (labeled all) and each
protected population. Table 3.1 provides the travel times for the protected populations in
concentrations (labeled protected) and the rest of the region (labeled non-protected and derived
by subtracting the protected population from the regional total). Table 3.2 shows the results for the
same analysis using raw population numbers and not concentrations.

Please note that some individuals may belong to more than one of the protected population. For
example someone could belong to a protected ethnic population and be elderly, disabled and/or low
income as well.

Conclusion

The analysis shows that, when compared to a baseline travel time of all residents in the urban portion
of the county (labeled as all) the protected populations are expected to experience comparable
travel time benefits. In both analyses, the average travel time improvement with the TIP projects
compared to without was 0.1 of a minute. No protected classes experienced an increase and most had
an improvement in travel time in both analyses between 0.0 and 0.1 minutes.

Title VI Maps

The maps provided at the end of this chapter are provided as a graphic representation of the location
of the projects in comparison to the location of various concentrations of protected populations.

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Table 3.1: Title VI Analysis Modeling Results for Concentrations of Protected Populations
Group
Avg
Travel
Time
Avg Travel
Time
Avg Travel
Time
Change b/w Change b/w
Comparison
of
2011 2016 2016 2011 & 2016 2011 & 2016 travel time
w/o projects
with
projects
w/o projects with projects
with & w/o
projects
(min/veh) (min/veh) (min/veh) (min/veh) (min/veh) (min/veh)
(1) (2) (3) (4) =[(2)-(1)] (5) =[(3)-(1)] (6) =[(3)-(2)]
Peak- All 15.2 15.7 15.5 0.5 0.4 -0.1
Hours African Protected 12.4 12.8 12.8 0.4 0.4 -0.1
American
Non-
Protected
15.2 15.7 15.6 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Asian
Protected 13.2 13.6 13.5 0.4 0.3 -0.1

Non-
Protected
15.2 15.7 15.6 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Disabled
Protected 14.1 14.6 14.5 0.5 0.3 -0.1

Non-
Protected
15.3 15.8 15.7 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Eldery
(+65)
Protected 15.2 15.6 15.5 0.4 0.3 -0.2

Non-
Protected
15.2 15.7 15.5 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Hispanic
Protected 13.5 14.0 13.9 0.5 0.3 -0.1

Non-
Protected
15.5 16.0 15.9 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Low
Income
Protected 12.6 13.1 13.0 0.5 0.3 -0.1

Non-
Protected
15.4 15.9 15.8 0.5 0.4 -0.1
Native Protected 14.9 15.4 15.2 0.5 0.3 -0.2
American
Non-
Protected
15.2 15.7 15.5 0.5 0.4 -0.1
Off-
Peak
All 12.8 13.1 13.0 0.3 0.2 -0.1
Hours African Protected 10.1 10.2 10.2 0.1 0.1 0.0
American
Non-
Protected
12.9 13.1 13.1 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Asian
Protected 10.8 10.8 10.8 0.1 0.1 0.0

Non-
Protected
12.9 13.1 13.1 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Disabled
Protected 11.9 12.2 12.1 0.2 0.2 -0.1

Non-
Protected
12.9 13.2 13.1 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Eldery
(+65)
Protected 12.8 13.0 13.0 0.2 0.2 0.0

Non-
Protected
12.8 13.1 13.0 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Hispanic
Protected 11.5 11.7 11.7 0.2 0.2 -0.1

Non-
Protected
13.1 13.4 13.3 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Low
Income
Protected 10.4 10.6 10.6 0.2 0.2 0.0

Non-
Protected
13.1 13.3 13.3 0.3 0.2 -0.1
Native Protected 12.8 12.9 12.9 0.1 0.1 0.0
American
Non-
Protected
12.8 13.1 13.0 0.3 0.2 -0.1





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Table 3.2: Title VI Analysis Modeling Results for All Protected Populations
Group
Avg
Travel
Time
Avg Travel
Time
Avg Travel
Time
Change b/w Change b/w
Comparison
of
2011 2016 2016 2011 & 2016 2011 & 2016 travel time
w/o projects
with
projects
w/o projects with projects
with & w/o
projects
(min/veh) (min/veh) (min/veh) (min/veh) (min/veh) (min/veh)
(1) (2) (3) (4) =[(2)-(1)] (5) =[(3)-(1)] (6) =[(3)-(2)]
Peak- All 15.2 15.7 15.5 0.5 0.4 -0.1
Hours African Protected 13.2 13.7 13.6 0.5 0.4 -0.1
American
Non-
Protected
15.2 15.7 15.6 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Asian
Protected 13.7 14.1 14.0 0.4 0.3 -0.1

Non-
Protected
15.2 15.7 15.6 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Disabled
Protected 14.8 15.4 15.2 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Non-
Protected
15.2 15.7 15.6 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Eldery
(+65)
Protected 15.3 15.8 15.7 0.5 0.3 -0.1

Non-
Protected
15.1 15.6 15.5 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Hispanic
Protected 14.2 14.7 14.5 0.5 0.4 -0.2

Non-
Protected
15.5 16.1 15.9 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Low
Income
Protected 13.7 14.2 14.1 0.5 0.4 -0.1

Non-
Protected
15.4 15.9 15.8 0.5 0.4 -0.1
Native Protected 15.1 15.6 15.5 0.5 0.3 -0.2
American
Non-
Protected
15.2 15.7 15.5 0.5 0.4 -0.1
Off-
Peak
All 12.8 13.1 13.0 0.3 0.2 -0.1
Hours African Protected 10.9 11.1 11.1 0.2 0.2 0.0
American
Non-
Protected
12.9 13.1 13.1 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Asian
Protected 11.2 11.4 11.4 0.1 0.1 0.0

Non-
Protected
12.9 13.1 13.1 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Disabled
Protected 12.6 12.8 12.8 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Non-
Protected
12.9 13.1 13.1 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Eldery
(+65)
Protected 13.0 13.2 13.2 0.2 0.2 -0.1

Non-
Protected
12.8 13.1 13.0 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Hispanic
Protected 12.0 12.3 12.2 0.2 0.2 -0.1

Non-
Protected
13.2 13.4 13.4 0.3 0.2 -0.1

Low
Income
Protected 11.5 11.7 11.6 0.2 0.2 0.0

Non-
Protected
13.0 13.3 13.2 0.3 0.2 -0.1
Native Protected 12.9 13.1 13.1 0.2 0.2 -0.1
American
Non-
Protected
12.8 13.1 13.0 0.3 0.2 -0.1



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REVENUE SOURCES

The use of major sources of transportation revenues such as federal transportation funds or regional
Highway User Revenue Funds (HURF) monies is specified in the TIP. No project is eligible to receive
federal funding unless it has been included in the TIP with a finding that the TIP is in compliance with
the requirements of the Clean Air Act. While revenues available through the TIP are limited,
competition for those funds is great. Thus, extensive cooperation between local jurisdictions and
other competing agencies is required.

PRIORITIZATION

During formulation of this years TIP program, the TIP Subcommittee developed a series of specific
evaluation factors designed to assist in measuring benefits and establishing priorities. Projects which
were involved in funding competitions were measured against these factors and compared to one
another to provide a sense of order and priority. The factors considered in this evaluation included
Safety, System Preservation, the Number of Benefiting Users, Congestion Benefits, Environmental
Benefits, Accessibility, System Continuity, and Regional Significance.

Following this evaluation, additional consideration was given to a variety of other factors such as
previous public comments, jurisdictional priority, project readiness, geographic balance, and historical
distributions. Final project selections are based on the melding of these considerations while project
schedules are based on readiness and resource availability.

RTA projects are not subjected to this prioritization criteria during the TIP process as they are
programmed based on the plan that was approved by the voters. The RTA funding source is fixed by
the RTA plan approved by the voters and cannot be overridden by the TIP process.

INFLATION IN THE TIP

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has provided guidance to planning organizations across
the country to ensure that future years of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) document
account for inflation. Sponsoring jurisdictions have been advised to account for the future costs of a
project so that expenditures in the TIP reflect costs in the fiscal year of the expenditure. This
accounting for inflation is called Year of Expenditure (YOE).

For the FY2012-2016 TIP cycle, the fiscal year 2016 STP and 12.6% funds were to be programmed in
2016 dollars. As such, jurisdictional funding requests needed to adjust current construction costs for
inflation, using the Construction Price Index for Roads, Railroads and Bridges used by the Army Corps
of Engineers. The table below provides the adjustment factor that was recommended to inflate
current estimates to the program year.

Table 3-3: Inflation Adjustment Factors
Fiscal Year Adjustment with FY 2010 as a base
2011 1.01450
2012 1.01932
2013 1.03155
2014 1.04522
2015 1.05802
2016 1.07283


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Example if a jurisdiction had two projects one in FY12 with a current construction cost of $1 million
and the other in FY14 with a current construction cost of $1 million. It would be appropriate for the
jurisdiction to inflate the FY11 project to $1,061,928 and the FY14 project to $1,094,083.

OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE COSTS

The region and its jurisdictional partners are aware of the value of maintaining and operating the
existing transportation infrastructure in the region. With limited transportation dollars available now
and into the foreseeable future, emphasis should be placed on infrastructure maintenance. It is more
cost effective to do so than to replace facilities that have failed due to lack of maintenance.

Typical maintenance and operations types of activities include but are not limited to: adjustments due
to inclement weather (closing flooded roads, de-icing bridges and snow plows at higher elevations),
clearing sight-distances, traffic signal maintenance, striping, and warrant studies and pavement
management, from filling pot holes to full pavement overlays.

The chart below outlines what jurisdictions pay in operations and maintenance in current and future
fiscal years. Jurisdictions were asked to provide budget numbers as available for their transportation
operations and maintenance activities system wide, so numbers would reflect both local roads as well
as roads of regional significance.


Table 3-4: Operations and Maintenance Costs

* The City of Tucson runs the Sun Tran transit service, which includes the para-transit service known
as Van Tran. Operating numbers shown cover the entire O&M budget for SunTran,VanTran,and
Transit Services.

Note that the arterial roadways within the Tohono Oodham Nation (PAG member jurisdiction not
listed in chart above) are either federal BIA roads, state routes (maintained by ADOT) or county
roadways (maintained by Pima County).

Not all jurisdictions had numbers available for all fiscal years outlined in the chart. If no future
estimates were available, no increase was assumed.

SCHEDULE

PAG's TIP development process typically starts in the spring of each year. The first step in the process
consists of revising the existing TIP to reflect the actual obligation of funds for specific projects, such
as changes in schedules and budgets. Information about planned transportation improvements is
then gathered from all involved jurisdictions or agencies. The information that is collected is then
screened for compatibility with the Regional Transportation Plan. A fiscal constraint analysis is
Jurisdiction FY11 FY12 FY13
City of Tucson $29,191,880 $27,568,029 $27,568,029
Tucson Transit* $69,042,130 $71,458,605 $73,602,362
Pima County $11,445,811 $11,445,811 $11,445,811
City of South Tucson $406,322 $406,322 $676,000
Town of Oro Valley $1,879,000 $1,539,197 $1,139,197
Town of Sahuarita $976,000 $769,360 $769,360
Town of Marana $4,500,000 $4,900,000 $4,900,000
Pascua Yaqui Tribe $500,000 $500,000 $500,000

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performed. This draft TIP was presented to the public for comment at four PAG Transportation open
houses, held this past year on March 7, 8 and 9.

Following receipt of public comment and any subsequent revision, this draft TIP is reviewed for air
quality conformity and is presented for review at meetings of the PAG Transportation Planning
Committee, Management Committee, and Regional Council for approval.

JURISDICTIONAL PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

The following section describes procedures used by each jurisdiction in developing their portion of
the regional Transportation Improvement Program.

STATE OF ARIZONA

The Arizona State Transportation Board determines state priorities through recommendations from
their Priority Planning Advisory Committee (PPAC) (mandated by A.R.S. 28-6951). The PPAC is
comprised of key ADOT personnel plus a representative of the Citizen's Transportation Oversight
Committee, as a non-voting member.

The state uses a priority rating system as one of the major criteria in selecting projects for the Five Year
Construction Program. The intent is for projects with the highest priority ranking to be constructed
first. However, such factors as continuity of improvement, environmental/utility clearances, right-of-
way acquisition, and/or funding constraints may cause changes in the priorities.

When the Five Year Highway Construction Program is approved by the State Transportation Board, it
is filed with the Director of the Department of Transportation and the Governor.

PASCUA YAQUI TRIBE

The Pascua Yaqui Reservation, known as Pascua Pueblo, is located approximately 13 miles southwest
of downtown Tucson, south of Valencia Road. Transportation improvements and capital projects on
the reservation are facilitated through the Development Services Department. The project review
process is guided by Tribal Council and coordinated with various Tribal departments including the
Attorney Generals Office, Finance, Land, Housing, and Facilities Management.

In the spring of 2009, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe updated its Long-Range Transportation Plan in
accordance with the Indian Reservation Road (IRR) Program and Inventory. The study resulted in a 5-,
10-, and 20-year plan of prioritized multi-modal improvements that provides a clear road map for
future transportation improvements on the Reservation and a basis for developing project funding.
Community input was essential to the study. Public meetings were held at pivotal stages in the
process to gain feedback from residents and direction from Tribal leaders.

The IRR Program addresses transportation needs of tribes by providing funds for planning, designing,
construction, and maintenance activities. The program is jointly administered by the Federal Highway
Administrations Federal Lands Highway Office and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). The IRR
Inventory is a database of all the transportation facilities eligible for IRR funding. Information collected
for the Inventory includes the classification, route number, bridge number, current and future traffic
volumes, maintenance responsibility, and ownership. Data in the Inventory is used to determine 80%
of the Tribes IRR Program Relative Need Distribution Formula (RNDF).

The Tribes transportation needs substantially exceed the IRR Programs formula allocation funds.
Regional and State funds, grants, and programs administered by the Regional Transportation

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Authority (RTA), Pima Association of Governments (PAG), and the Arizona Department of
Transportation (ADOT) present alternatives and matching strategies to financing Tribal transportation
projects. The Ignacio M. Baumea Road project, the Tribes first completed multi-modal roadway, is a
prime example of utilizing IRR Program and Regional funds to fully finance a project.

PIMA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS

PAG is the federally designated metropolitan planning organization for Pima County with program
areas that include regional transportation planning.

Pima Association of Governments Transportation Planning Committee (TPC) provides guidance to
PAGs overall transportation work program and the products produced. The TPC is comprised of the
department heads of the local planning and transportation implementing agencies, as well as
representatives from the Arizona State Transportation Board, ADOT Transportation Planning and
Highway Divisions, the Tucson Airport Authority (TAA), Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, the Federal
Highway Administration, the University of Arizona, Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee
(CTAC), and the local public transit system.

The TPC reviews the TIP within the framework of the regional transportation planning and air quality
conformity process and federal and state regulations. The TIP Subcommittee is comprised of key staff
from involved planning and implementing agencies, and other important stakeholders such as freight
service providers and was established by the TPC to review the TIP. The TIP Subcommittee reviews the
composite jurisdictional programs for consistency with both regional needs and the long-range
Regional Transportation Plan. The TIP Subcommittee then assembles a recommended program based
on the identified needs and the limitations imposed by available resources. A public open house is
held to acquire input concerning the tentative program and any potential adjustments. The final draft
program is then prepared by the TIP Subcommittee and forwarded through the TPC and Management
Committee for approval. An official public comment period is scheduled prior to final review and
adoption by the Regional Council.

REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), a regional governmental entity established in August
2004, developed a 20-year regional transportation plan approved by Pima County voters on May 16,
2006. The $2.1 billion plan will be implemented over a 20-year period, ending in 2026.

The RTA will remain the fiscal agent and manager of the RTA plan. As part of the federal transportation
requirements, the projects in the RTA plan must be incorporated into the long-range Regional
Transportation Plan. Likewise, projects of the RTA must be incorporated into the TIP. The RTA funding
source is, by the enabling legislation, restricted to those projects identified in the RTA plan approved
by the voters. Therefore, RTA funds are not programmed through the same process as other regional
funds. The RTA projects will be paid with funds generated from a -cent excise tax over the 20-year
life of the plan. The tax is expected to generate $2.1 billion.

PIMA COUNTY

The mission of the Pima County Department of Transportation (PCDOT) is To develop, deliver and
operate transportation facilities and services for Pima County; valuing the cost-effective, safe, and
efficient movement of people and goods in a manner that protects and enhances all natural
environments and quality of life. The projects put forth for consideration in the TIP are identified by
PCDOT staff and are subject to administrative review. PCDOT has developed a 5-year plan that focuses
on improving the major north-south and east-west corridors of the region. The plan also supports

PIMA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS TIP FY 2012 2016 3-11

multi-modal transportation including bike lanes, bus pullouts, sidewalks, and safer street crossings.
PCDOT staff evaluates all projects based on criteria developed by the PAG TIP subcommittee and
submits these projects to PAG for consideration to be included in the TIP. These transportation
improvement projects typically involve upgrading existing infrastructure where warranted by
operational and/or safety needs; however, new facilities are also constructed where warranted.
Improvement areas are identified by existing or imminent development trends, land use patterns,
present and projected transportation demand, and safety considerations.

CITY OF TUCSON

The City of Tucson develops its transportation improvement projects using funds from various
sources: allocated highway user taxes, approved streets and corresponding bond funds, federal-aid
funds, FTA funds, the General Fund, and assessments under state statutes. Local general funds are
used primarily to provide operating revenue for transit and are minimally programmed for capital
improvements.

Projects selected for implementation are based on evaluation of many criteria, which define need,
consistent with adopted Regional Plan Elements.

The criteria are:

1. Street and Highway Projects Criteria for selection involve a highway sufficiency priority rating
system involving physical conditions, traffic volume to capacity ratios (existing and future), and safety.
The sufficiency index is updated annually. These items combined with professional experience, use
data, and modal interfacing, assist in determining the needs for street and highway improvements.
Bikeway and pedestrian projects are considered an integral part of street and highway projects.

2. Transit Projects Criteria for selection include: balance of public and handicapped transportation;
route and service expansion; express service with the inclusion of park-and-ride facilities; and air
quality conformity requirements.

The Mayor and Council of the City of Tucson have formally appointed a Citizens Transportation
Advisory Committee (CTAC) to review and make recommendations to the Mayor and Council on all
transportation issues. Citizen committees work in conjunction with the City's Transportation
Department and in coordination with the Regional Transportation Plan process to develop effective
regional transportation programs.

TOHONO OODHAM NATION

The Tohono Oodham Legislative Council (TOLC) passes resolutions that prioritize BIA road
improvement projects based upon priority listings submitted by each of the Nations eleven Districts.
Several years ago the Nations Planning Department succeeded in acquiring BIA 2% Planning Funds to
conduct a system inventory and develop a Transportation Study and TIP. With the associated
education process the TOLC recently approved joining PAG. The Nations prioritization process for
non-BIA projects is under development. Currently the Planning Department coordinates these efforts
with the Nations Executive Office of the Chairwoman, the Districts, and the Tohono Oodham
Legislative Council.

TOWN OF ORO VALLEY

Transportation projects for the Town of Oro Valley Development & Infrastructure Services Department
fall under the supervision of the Town Engineer. Federal, State and local funding as well as

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development impact fees, fund these projects. Generally, Town projects involve upgrading and
widening arterials in the existing road network while adding turn bays, bicycle and pedestrian facilities
and occasionally, traffic signals.

In addition to the Development & Infrastructure Services Department staff input, the Town employs a
Public Participation Process for development of Capital Improvement Projects that are programmed in
the Pima Association of Governments TIP. Their involvement is an important element of the plan. In
this process, citizens participate in Town meetings, community surveys, public hearings and focus
group meetings. For some, participation may also include membership on the Technical Advisory
Committee. Additionally, scheduled workshops are held in order to solicit feedback from the
attendees.

Information gathered from the various modes of public input is used by the citizens Technical
Advisory Committee to evaluate specific projects. Combining the Development & Infrastructure
Services Department assessments with the recommendations of the Technical Advisory Committee,
projects are then selected and sent to the Towns Mayor and Council for review and action.

CITY OF SOUTH TUCSON

The City of South Tucson, through its Planning and Public Works Departments strives to deliver a safe,
reliable and efficient transportation system to meet the mobility needs of its residents and users.

Transportation projects for consideration for the TIP are identified by Planning and Public Works staff
with the goal to preserve the existing transportation infrastructure in the City, maximize technology
wherever possible and implement transportation improvements that incorporate the unique culture
of the City.

South Tucson encourages citizen participation via open Council meetings, public meetings and
hearings. The City also conducts onsite, open community meetings at the beginning of the design
process for each major transportation project.

TOWN OF MARANA

The Town of Marana prepared its initial Master Transportation Plan in 1989 to guide roadway
development within the corporate limits of the Town. The Circulation Element of the Town's General
Plan, updated in February, 1997, reflected the roadway concepts contained within the 1989 Master
Transportation Plan.

Subsequently, the Town had three significant transportation documents prepared and accepted.
Continental Ranch and Dove Mountain Sub-Regional Transportation Studies were completed in
February, 1997 and August 1999 respectfully. Marana adopted an updated General Plan on November
5, 2002 and revised on December 19, 2007. The Circulation Element of the General Plan update
contains roadway concepts provided in the Updated Master Transportation Plan adopted June 19,
2001. The updated Master Transportation Plan contained such components as Existing and Future
Conditions, Roadway, Bicycle and Pedestrian, Transit and Funding. The update spans the years of
2001-2025. In 2002 the Town Council adopted the Major Routes Plan, which contains the Towns
collector and arterial roadway network. More recently, the Town Council has approved the 2010
General Plan Update, which includes an updated circulation element. The 2010 General Plan will be
up for voter ratification at the next Town General Election in May 2011.

TOWN OF SAHUARITA


PIMA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS TIP FY 2012 2016 3-13

Annually, The Town of Sahuarita evaluates transportation goals and priorities through its Capital
Improvement Program (CIP) and advances its transportation improvement program with
consideration of the latest and best available data. The CIP is the Towns five-year blueprint for
creating and maintaining the crucial infrastructure that will support the continued growth and
development of Sahuarita. Each year, in conjunction with the annual budgeting process, the Town
Manager and Finance Department coordinate the process of revising and updating the long-range CIP
document. The values, priorities, goals, and objectives established by Sahuaritas elected officials,
Town Staff and citizen input determine the broad parameters for incorporating new capital
improvement projects into the CIP. Other documents, such as the Towns General Plan also provide
valuable information and guidance in the preparation of the CIP.

TUCSON AIRPORT AUTHORITY

The Tucson Airport Authority is responsible for implementing projects at Tucson International Airport
and Ryan Airfield. Projects are identified by the Tucson International Airport Master Plan, Ryan Airfield
Master Plan, and from the Airport Authority staff. Primary consideration is given to airport needs,
available federal and state funds, bonding capacity and the availability of Airport Authority matching
funds. Proposed projects are forwarded to the Airline Affairs Committee and the Operations Council
for review and recommendation prior to final approval by the Authority's Board of Directors.






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2016
Title VI Analysis
Asian Population
Asian Population
Greater Than 2.0%*
*Population data based on Census 2000 and 2030 RTP Transportation Analysis Zones.
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Miles
PAG 2012-2016 TIP
PAG Tech Services March 2011.
Map is for illustrative purposes only.
Arivaca Rd
PINAL COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
MARANA
AIRPORT
RYAN
AIRFIELD
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TIP Projects
2012
2013
2014
2015
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
0 0.5 1
Miles
0 10 20
Miles
2016
Title VI Analysis
Disabled Population
*Population data based on Census 2000 and 2030 RTP Transportation Analysis Zones.
0 1 2 3
Miles
Disabled Population
Greater Than 20.1%*
PAG 2012-2016 TIP
PAG Tech Services March 2011.
Map is for illustrative purposes only.
Arivaca Rd
PINAL COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
MARANA
AIRPORT
RYAN
AIRFIELD
Pima
Mine
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S
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Valencia Rd
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2016
Title VI Analysis
Elderly Population
*Population data based on Census 2000 and 2030 RTP Transportation Analysis Zones.
0 1 2 3
Miles
Elderly Population
Greater Than 14.2%*
PAG 2012-2016 TIP
PAG Tech Services March 2011.
Map is for illustrative purposes only.
Arivaca Rd
PINAL COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
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AIRPORT
RYAN
AIRFIELD
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TIP Projects
2012
2013
2014
2015
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
0 0.5 1
Miles
0 10 20
Miles
2016
Title VI Analysis
Hispanic Population
*Population data based on Census 2000 and 2030 RTP Transportation Analysis Zones.
0 1 2 3
Miles
Hispanic Population
Greater Than 29.3%*
PAG 2012-2016 TIP
PAG Tech Services March 2011.
Map is for illustrative purposes only.
Arivaca Rd
PINAL COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
MARANA
AIRPORT
RYAN
AIRFIELD
Pima
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Valencia Rd
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Chapter 7- AIR QUALITY EVALUATION


AIR QUALITY OVERVIEW

Motor vehicle emissions are a major contributor to air pollution across the nation and in the
Tucson urban area. Approximately 60 percent of the total air pollutants within eastern Pima
County are produced by motor vehicles. Carbon monoxide (CO) is the largest component of
these vehicle emissions.

To assist local jurisdictions in measuring and improving air quality, the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) establishes maximum acceptable levels of pollution for six common
air contaminants known as the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). These
federal standards for outdoor or ambient air are set to protect public health. When an area
measures air pollutant levels above these standards, it is designated as a nonattainment area
for that pollutant. If this occurs, an area plan must be developed and adopted to reduce
emissions of that pollutant. The nonattainment area plan is incorporated in the State
Implementation Plan (SIP) as a SIP amendment and must contain effective strategies for
curtailing air pollution. For EPA approval, the plan must include financial and resource
commitments for plan implementation.

The EPA designated part of the Tucson urban area a CO nonattainment area in 1978. This
designation meant that this areas ambient CO concentration exceeded the NAAQS
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frequently enough to violate the federal health standard. Pima Association of Governments
(PAG) adopted a SIP revision under the limited maintenance plan option. This plan met the
EPAs requirements for CO nonattainment areas. The Tucson Air Planning Area (TAPA) was
designated CO attainment status, effective July 10, 2000, and the Tucson area has not violated
the CO NAAQS since 1984. Continuation of this status relies on data obtained from
monitoring and modeling procedures.

In June 2008, the PAG Regional Council adopted a 10-year CO Limited Maintenance Plan
(LMP) for the TAPA. This SIP Revision, together with a statutory provision extending the life of
the States Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP) through the end of 2016, was sent to
ADEQ for submittal to the EPA for review. These SIP revisions to renew the CO LMP in
accordance with the Clean Air Act (CAA) 107(d.) and ensure maintenance of the NAAQS in
the TAPA through 2020 was approved by the EPA in December 2009, effective Jan. 20, 2010.
This plan maintains existing controls and contingency provisions and replaces the previous
plan approved by the EPA in 2000. CO levels are expected to remain well below the NAAQS
for a second 10-year period ending 2020.


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Tucson Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Area

MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS

The conformity determinations for the 2011-2015 TIP and the 2040 Regional Transportation
Plan (RTP) were approved by the FHWA and FTA in September 2010. PAG continues to
comply with all legal requirements for transportation conformity determinations in effect at
the time of this TIP report.
EPA has not imposed any federal control measures for Pima County, but has included the
States Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Oxygenated Fuels Program, the PAG Travel
Reduction Program (TRP) and the Pima County Department of Environmental Quality (PDEQ)
Voluntary No Drive Days Program as federally enforceable air quality control measures. Since
these control measures are included in the Arizona SIP, they must continue to be
implemented.

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SIP CONTROL MEASURES

The following mobile source emissions control measures in the CO LMP for the TAPA are
currently in effect:

Federal Motor Vehicle Control Program
State Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP)
State Oxyfuels Program
PAGs TRP including the Sun Rideshare Program
PDEQs Voluntary No-Drive Days Program

These programs represent the permanent and enforceable commitments (as required under
107(d) (3) (E) (iii) of the CAA) that assist the region in achieving attainment status and/or will
help keep the area in attainment. All legally enforceable commitments to other control
measures outlined in the 1987 SIP revision have been completed. A summary of these
enforceable control measures follows.

FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE CONTROL PROGRAM

Emissions Regulations

Federal regulations for reducing motor vehicle tailpipe emissions have been in place since
1968. Initial standards required major reductions in vehicle tailpipe hydrocarbon and CO
emissions and elimination of crankcase hydrocarbons, relative to 1963 vehicle model
emissions. Subsequent federal regulations continued to lower vehicle emission standards
throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Several recent regulations requiring more stringent
pollutant reductions are detailed below.

Tier 1 and Tier 2 Emission Standards

Two sets of tailpipe emissions standards were defined for light-duty vehicles in the Clean Air
Act Amendments (CAAA) of 1990: Tier 1 and Tier 2. The Tier 1 standards were published in
1991, and were phased in progressively between 1994 and 1997. These standards apply to
tailpipe emissions for all new light-duty vehicles up to 8,500 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
(GVWR) (passenger cars, light-duty trucks, sport utility vehicles, minivans and pick-up trucks).

Tier 2 tailpipe emission standards were adopted by EPA in 1999, and have been implemented
progressively from 2004 to 2009. They apply stricter standards to all vehicles covered in the
Tier 1 standards in addition to more rigorous restrictions for larger vehicles (over 8,500 lbs
GVWR). Unlike the Tier 1 standards, the Tier 2 regulations apply the same emission standards
to all vehicle weight categories and for all fuel types.

National Low Emission Vehicle Program (NLEV)

In 1997, EPA finalized the regulations for the NLEV program, a voluntary agreement between
the EPA and auto manufacturers. This program applies to cars and light-duty trucks

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nationwide starting with the model year 2001. It provides more stringent tailpipe emission
standards for the transition period before the introduction of Tier 2 regulations. The program
was phased in from 2001 through 2003, and requires light-duty car manufacturers to certify
that a certain percentage of their vehicle fleets will comply with cleaner emission standards.

Vehicle Equipment

In addition to complying with federal tailpipe emission standards, automobile manufacturers
were required to install certain devices to limit emissions. Starting in the early 1970s, new cars
were equipped with charcoal canisters and exhaust gas recirculation valves to meet emission
standards. One of the more significant innovations was the introduction of the catalytic
convertor in the mid 1970s. Catalytic convertors significantly reduce CO, nitrogen oxides
(NOx) and hydrocarbon emissions by converting harmful fuel combustion products into less
harmful emissions before leaving the vehicles exhaust system.

Beginning with the 1996 models, the EPA required manufacturers of light-duty vehicles and
light-duty trucks to install on-board diagnostic (OBD) systems. These systems monitor vehicle
control components for malfunctions that cause exceedance of emission levels. When a
failure occurs, the diagnostic information is stored in the vehicle's computer to assist
technicians with diagnosis and repair. Since that time, the EPA has extended OBD
requirements to all medium and heavy-duty highway vehicles.

ARIZONA VEHICLE EMISSIONS INSPECTION PROGRAM (VEIP)

The Arizona VEIP began in 1977, and includes both the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan
areas. Vehicle models from 1967 through 2006 are subject to emissions testing, unless they
are exempt. New cars are not required to be tested until they have been registered for five
years. Older vehicles (1967 through 1995) undergo tailpipe emission inspections while newer
vehicles (after 1995) undergo OBD testing. The OBD system detects malfunctions at an early
stage, often identifying failing components before tailpipe emissions testing would detect
them. This earlier detection system helps protect the environment and allows for repair at a
much lower cost. Since Jan. 2, 2009, vehicle OBD testing in Pima County is valid for two years.

Vehicles may receive a one-time only repair waiver that is valid for the current years
registration. Once a waiver is granted, the vehicle is ineligible for additional waivers. Failing
vehicles that received a waiver must be repaired and pass inspection for subsequent
registration in the Tucson metro area.

ARIZONA OXYFUEL PROGRAM

The Oxyfuel Program has completed 20 full seasons in eastern Pima County. This program
decreases CO tailpipe emissions in the winter months by adding ethanol to all grades of
motor fuel. The current oxygen content of winter motor fuels is 1.8 percent by weight.
Legislation passed in 1996 (SB1002) granted PAG the ability to increase oxyfuels under
specified conditions. Up to 60 days before Sept. 30 of each year, PAG, with concurrence of the
Director of the ADEQ, may notify the Director of the Arizona Department of Weights and
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not more than the maximum EPA allowance. Before making that determination, a cost-
benefit analysis of all reasonable alternative emission reduction measures must be
completed.

PAGS TRAVEL REDUCTION PROGRAM (TRP)

The Travel Reduction Ordinances (TROs), which created the regional Travel Reduction
Program (TRP), are in place for Pima County, the cities of Tucson and South Tucson and the
towns of Oro Valley, Marana and Sahuarita. The goals of the ordinances are to reduce traffic
congestion and improve air quality. The TROs specify that employers with 100 or more full-
time equivalent employees at a single or contiguous work site must participate in the TRP.
Employers with fewer than 100 employees can be voluntary participants.

The employee survey resumed in 2010, with 25 percent of the employers completing the
survey each year. A single-page report is sent to the employer within two weeks of the survey
completion. When compared to the 2004, 2005 and 2007 results, the 2010 survey data show
a decline in carpooling, bus ridership, biking and walking. Telework and compressed work
weeks were the only two modes that increased from 2004.

In 2010, all TRP employers participated in an online survey of their Travel Demand
Management activities in lieu of the annual, written plan completed in previous years. The
survey collects data regarding each employers planned and implemented travel reduction
activities for the survey year. The results are used by the TRP staff to assist employers in
planning activities, determining deficiencies and in designing new employee programs
promoting alternative transportation use at the work place. Figure 6.1 shows the key results
from the 2006 and 2010 surveys. Over this five-year period travel reduction activities have
decreased in almost every category. The decline in activities can be attributed to a variety of
factors: the high turnover of Transportation Coordinators (TC), reduced budgets for
employers, reduction in the state grant for TRP, staff reductions at PAG and reduced support
of new TCs. TC training was reestablished in 2010 as a result of the reduction in TDM activities
and alternative mode usage.

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Figure 7-1: Results of the 2006 and 2010 Surveys of Regional Employers Travel Demand
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SUN RIDESHARE AND VANPOOL PROGRAMS

The Rideshare program was established in 1974, and is administered by PAG. In 2009, the
program was renamed Sun Rideshare, reflecting its assimilation into the regional transit
system. Sun Rideshare continues to promote alternative transportation to area employers
and residents of Pima County through marketing campaigns, public relations, advertising,
incentive offerings and outreach to local employers, organizations and commuters. The Sun
Rideshare Web site and marketing materials were updated in 2009, to incorporate the new
logo and to modernize the look and feel, as well as the content of these materials.

Since late 2008, the interactive carpool matching and Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH) program
tracking are done electronically. By entering their profile in the rideshare database,
commuters can access information regarding all their commute options, update their profiles
and log in their daily travel mode. Currently, 92.5 percent of registered commuters can be
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can register online for GRH and print a GRH voucher when needed. There were 1,799 GRH
registrants in 2010, representing a 21 percent increase over the 2009 total.

The Sun Rideshare vanpool program has shown steady growth since the change to a new van
provider in 2008. The net increase in 2010 was one new vanpool, an increase of 4 percent.
Two vanpools were terminated due to layoffs, transfers and retirements. Sun Rideshare staff is
also advising area employers without access to transit to consider using Job Access and
Reverse Commute (JARC) funds to support an employee vanpool program.

In 2010, there were 3,515 participants in the Sun Rideshare database, a net increase of 424
new commuters (14 percent). Sun Rideshare was able to sustain a substantial growth rate by
ramping up the marketing in 2010. The Commuter Contest attracted 1,212 new registrants
by offering incentives to commuters to register and use an alternative mode. New television
and radio spots were created promoting carpooling and vanpooling. The spots were aired
from July to early November 2010. Advertising through the local media allows the message
to reach area commuters who do not have access to Sun Rideshare services at the workplace.
In addition, a six-minute infomercial about Sun Rideshare services was produced for
distribution to area businesses, job centers, hospitals and nonprofit agencies.

PDEQS VOLUNTARY NO-DRIVE DAYS PROGRAM

PDEQs national award-winning program seeks to increase awareness of air quality issues and
encourage actions to reduce air pollution. PDEQs Clean Air Program (referred to as the
Voluntary No-Drive Day Program in the SIP) is a state-mandated program started in 1988 to
address CO violations in Pima County. Severe cuts in state funding in 2009 have forced the
PDEQ Clean Air Program to cut staff and eliminate program elements. This program currently
uses several methods to achieve its goals:

Community Outreach - PDEQ provides air quality information and resources to the public
through Air Pollution Advisories, articles and information on the PDEQ Web site
(www.deq.pima.gov), near real-time air quality information Web site (www.airinfonow.org), a
telephone hotline (882-4AIR) in English and Spanish, speakers bureau, displays at community
events and major employment centers, regular media releases pertaining to air quality issues,
public service announcements and paid advertising when funding is available.

School and Youth Programs - PDEQs activities include K-college level classroom presentations,
teacher training, development and distribution of air quality materials, and work with the
University of Arizona (UA) to utilize student interns to develop and evaluate outreach
materials. Due to state funding cuts, the Kids for Clean Air Club (over 4,000 cumulative
members) was discontinued; however, PDEQ is working with the UA to develop youth-
focused interactive learning modules for the Web site.

Annual Public Events - PDEQs sponsors or co-sponsors events such as the Green Living Fair,
International Walk to School Day, Bike Fest and Earth Day. In addition to these events, Clean
Air Program staff provides air quality outreach and education at numerous community-wide
events throughout the year.


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Figure 6-2 summarizes PDEQs Air Quality programs outreach accomplishments from
FY00/01 to FY09/10. Over this time period, Web site information requests have shown the
greatest increase and widest outreach performance.


Figure 7-2: Trends in Clean Air Program Participation FY00/01 to FY09/10

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In the past, FMR Associates conducted annual telephone surveys to evaluate the success of
PDEQs Clean Air Program. Results of the most recent survey in FY07/08, indicated that
individuals who were aware of the Clean Air Program and who participated in at least one
event were 80 percent more likely to have changed, or considered changing, their behaviors
to improve air quality.

VOLUNTARY CONTROL MEASURES

In addition to the federally mandated commitments, PAGs voluntary Clean Cities Program
contributes to air pollution reductions through the use of alternate fuels.

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PAG CLEAN CITIES PROGRAM

The Clean Cities program is a national effort, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy
(DOE). The programs major goals are to increase clean fuel vehicle usage, thereby reducing
the country's dependence on foreign petroleum and improving air quality. The Tucson
Regional Clean Cities Coalition received its DOE designation in August 1999 as the 73rd such
coalition in the nation. The local Coalition of over 70 members consists of representatives
from major utilities and other fuel providers, vehicle dealers and fleet owners along with a
variety of government entities. The Coalition developed a five-year plan, which was renewed
in 2005, and approved by DOE. It continues to be executed under the direction of a local
steering committee with the assistance of PAG staff members.

The Clean Cities Program maintains a fuel-neutral position with respect to the support and
use of all clean fuels. Currently, regional emphasis is placed on the use of biodiesel (B20), E85,
compressed natural gas (CNG), propane, all electric, hybrid electric and truck and school bus
idle reduction. The Coalition is working closely with school districts to implement clean fuel
driver training using clean fuel vehicles and supports a program directed at educating young
drivers on alternatives to petroleum fuels. The Coalition continues to work with the UA to
maintain an extensive E85 program with the FlexFuel Vehicles (FFVs) in their fleet. The City of
Tucson has continued its intergovernmental agreement with the UA to use its E85 facilities for
its FFVs until other City fueling arrangements could be made. Additionally, the City of Tucson
has switched all diesel vehicles to run on B20.

Although clean fueling infrastructure has not kept pace with demand, alternative fuel stations
can be found throughout the metropolitan area. Currently, there are four electric recharging
stations in the Tucson area.

PAG and its Clean Cities program have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
with Nissan North America and Ecotality/eTec to prepare Tucson and Arizona as one of the
official launch markets for the all-electric Nissan Leaf which will launch in mid-2011. Tucson
Clean Cities will work with eTec to add electric-vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure to our
region and connect the Phoenix Metro Area with Tucson. Ecotality/eTec has received federal
stimulus funds to help offset costs for this EV project. Propane refueling stations are widely
available in the region, but public-access CNG refueling stations are still limited. The region
has 11 restricted-access (business/government) CNG stations and two public access CNG
stations, one at the Tucson International Airport and one at Broadway and Campbell.

Four public-access biodiesel outlets and nine ethanol outlets are located in the Pima County
area. In addition, ethanol stations have opened in Sierra Vista, Coolidge, Nogales and five in
the Phoenix area directly related to PAGs Clean Cities efforts. A map of alternate fuel stations
in the Tucson metro area is available at:
http://www.pagnet.org/documents/rdc/gis/mapaltfuel2009.pdf

Nationally, the number of clean fuel vehicles has grown, assisted by the Energy Policy Act of
1992 that mandates federal and state governments annually procure clean fuel vehicles as
part of their fleets. Locally, the number of Pima County private and public clean fuel vehicles
continued to grow from 2002 through 2009 (Figure 6-3). Based on the number of alternate

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vehicles in 2009, a total estimated 11.7 million gasoline gallon-equivalents were displaced.
Clean fuel vehicles are gaining acceptance and popularity as fleet managers and the public
become aware of their benefits.

Figure 7-3: Number of Clean Fuel Vehicles in Pima County (2002-2009)

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SIP Control Measures Outlook

The long-range control strategy will be to continue programs that control mobile emissions
and reduce per capita vehicle miles traveled (VMT). Federal vehicle emission control
measures and the Arizona VEIP are primarily responsible for the Countys consistently low CO
levels. The continued implementation of PAGs Sun Rideshare and Travel Reduction Programs
are the most significant local CO reduction strategies, targeting direct VMT reduction, with
the added benefit of congestion management.

EMISSIONS ANALYSES

By reducing air pollutant emissions, the Tucson region will continue to be a healthy
environment for the regions citizens. Additionally, by conforming to a federally approved air
quality plan, the Tucson urban area will remain eligible for federally funded transportation
projects.

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To assure compliance with federal clean air standards, an annual program of monitoring and
analysis was established in Pima County. The principal measure of compliance is the CO
monitoring program, operated by PDEQ. Each year stationary CO monitors are activated at
various locations throughout the TAPA for the CO season (October through March). In
addition, PDEQ can employ mobile monitors at hotspot intersections during the CO season if
levels approach the health standard. Current CO levels in the TAPA remain low, at about 20
percent of the federal health standard, largely due to stricter federal tailpipe standards.

In Pima County, PAG staff estimates CO mobile source emissions using EPAs MOBILE6.2
model for planning purposes. Local data are used for modeling and include seasonal
averages for temperature, humidity, gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure, current oxyfuel and vehicle
inspection and maintenance programs and 2010 County vehicle registration data. PAG uses
current socioeconomic information, transportation and traffic data to generate VMT, vehicle
hours traveled (VHT) and congestion levels. To account for local (non-network) travel, 13
percent of network system VMT (at 12.9 mph) is added to the network total and used for all
calculations of VMT, speed and CO emissions. PAGs air quality analysis of the TIP estimates
CO emissions of 295 tons per day for 2016 if all projects are completed on schedule.

CONFORMITY OF THE PLAN

PAG is the designated air quality planning agency and the metropolitan planning
organization (MPO) for the region. As such, PAG maintains cooperative relationships with the
U.S. EPA, ADEQ, ADOT and PDEQ. Coordination of regional transportation planning with air
quality planning has been carried out for many years. In April 1993, the procedures, methods
and responsibilities for air quality planning were incorporated in a Memorandum of
Agreement (MOA) between PAG, ADEQ, ADOT and PDEQ. The MOA was last updated in 2000.

The CAAA of 1990 require that the TIP conform to the SIP's purpose of eliminating or reducing
the severity and number of NAAQS violations and that it serves to achieve attainment of
these standards. Additionally, the CAAA stipulate that TIP activities will not cause or
contribute to any new NAAQS violations, increase the frequency or severity of any existing
NAAQS violation, or delay timely attainment of any standard in an area.

In the TAPA, the federal standard for CO was attained in 1990. The TIP projects are not
expected to contribute to any new violation of the CO NAAQS or delay any required emission
reductions.

The PAG Regional Council and the U.S. Department of Transportation made a conformity
determination for the 2040 PAG RTP in 2010. It was found to be in conformity with the SIP
following procedures outlined in the federal transportation conformity rule (40 CFR Part 93)
and the State of Arizona conformity rule (R18-2-1401 et seq.). Under the CO LMP, regional
emissions analysis for CO is not required in determining conformity of transportation plans
and programs in the TAPA, but serves as a guide to the region for future air quality planning.
Monitored CO levels continue to remain well below the EPA health standards and, as outlined
in the CO LMP, transportation control measures continue to be implemented.


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In summary, approval of this document by PAGs Regional Council finds that the TIP and all
projects contained within are in conformity with the applicable implementation plan, the
Arizona SIP.

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Sun Tran
Total Annual Passenger Trips
19,800,000
20,483,709
21,648,350
19,491,376
17,857,865
17,179,275
15,847,429
15,393,817
10,000,000
12,000,000
14,000,000
16,000,000
18,000,000
20,000,000
22,000,000
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
(estimate)

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Sun Van
Total Annual Passenger Trips
357,825
399,950
428,204
439,775
450,487
468,895 463,945
100,000
200,000
300,000
400,000
500,000
2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

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Sun Shuttle/Ajo
Total Monthly Passenger Trips
0
2,000
4,000
6,000
8,000
10,000
12,000
14,000
16,000
18,000
MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR
Year 2 (2010/2011)
Year 1 (2009/2010)

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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
106.09
Ajo Signal Interconnect
Ajo from I-19 to 16th
Connect traffic equipment to ITOC
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
110
0
0
C
ADOT
110
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bg
113.08
Arizona's First Transportation Corridor
Various locations Yuma to Nogales
Anza expedition exhibits
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
98
0
0
DC
ADOT
98
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
33.06
Continental Rd. /I-19 Bike & Ped. Enhancement
Continental @ I-19
New bike lanes, sidewalk, streetscape
0.55
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
442
0
0
DC
ADOT
S=84
526
0
0
0
ATEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
4
4
H7050 01D
78.10
Esperanza Blvd / I-19 Bicycle and Pedestrian
Enhancement
Esperanza @ I-19
New bike lanes, landscaping and ADA improvements
0.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
287
0
0
DC
ADOT
S=17
304
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
105.09
I-10 Interchange Signals Connection into ITOC
System
Ruthrauff to Cortaro along I-10
Connect signals into ITOC
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
98
0
0
C
ADOT
98
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bf
133.04
I-10: Cienega Creek to Marsh Station Phase 3
Remove rail & bridge, reconstruct I-10 mainline
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
9400
0
0
C
ADOT
14300
0
0
0
IM 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
288.4 0.0
74.07
I-10: Country Club TI
Construct TI
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
ADOT
50000
0
0
0
14000
0
0
D
ASTP 0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
753.00
I-10: East Corridor Study
I-19 East to Cochise County Line
Corridor study
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
2000
1000
0
Study
ADOT
3000
0
0
0
2.6%
SB
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
29302
3.02
I-10: Ina TI
Ina Rd. TI
Reconstruct TI and construct RR overpass
1.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
17400
4544
19764
DCR
ADOT
71382
1148
0
0
DR
ASTP
RTA
SB
RTA 1148
0
0
DR
RTA 3304
0
0
C
RTA 13735
0
0
C
RTA
Active
0
0
RTA-06
248.0 249.5
10.11
I-10: Ina to Cortaro Frontage Roads
Ina to Cortaro
Reconstruct & widen frontage rds. to 40'
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
5000
0
0
DR
ADOT
5000
0
0
0
2.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
67.09
I-10: Ina to Tangerine DCR and EA
Ina to Tangerine
Complete a Design Concept Report & Environmental
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
2206
0
0
Study
ADOT
3000
0
0
0
NH 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
73.07
I-10: Kino TI
I-10 and Kino
Reconstruct TI
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
50000
0
0
0
0
0
0
4000
0
0
D
ASTP 0
0
0
Active
0
0
81.01
I-10: Pantano RR to Cienega Creek Section
Pantano RR UP/Cienega Creek Section
Reconstruct Marsh Station TI
4.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
2600
0
7400
C
ADOT
10000
0
0
0
ASTP
SB
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
4
4
10900
H2391 01C
288.6 0.0
94.02
I-10: Prince to Ruthrauff
Prince to Ruthrauff
Widen to 8 lanes
1.80
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
118796
5000
2872
DC
ADOT
127000
0
0
0
NH
HSIP
TEA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
6
8
H6241 01D
252.8 254.6
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
95.02
I-10: Ruthrauff to Ina DCR
Ruthrauff to Ina Incl. Ruthrauff RR Grade
Design ultimate configuration
1.20
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
3000
1300
0
D
ADOT
25000
0
0
0
NH
2.6%
0
0
0
10100
0
0
C
ASTP 0
0
0
Active
6
8
251.2 250.0
130.08
I-10: Tangerine Rd TI - Relocation
Tangerine Farms Rd. to Tangerine Rd. @
Replacement interchange, grade separation with UPRR
1.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
1500
0
C
ADOT
L=2000
70000
0
0
0
2.6%
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
6
SR 989
76.07
I-10: Valencia Bypass
Construct new roadway
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
ADOT
80000
0
0
0
17824
0
0
Study/D
ASTP 25000
0
0
C
ASTP 0
0
0
Active
0
4
75.07
I-10: Wilmot TI
Reconstruct TI
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
10000
0
0
0
4000
0
0
D
ASTP 6000
0
0
C
ASTP 0
0
0
Active
0
0
41.01
I-19: Ajo TI
San Xavier to Ajo Way
Widen to 6/8 lanes
3.60
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
2000
600
0
D
ADOT
90085
0
0
0
ASTP
2.6%
78000
8385
0
C
ASTP
NH
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
4
8
11207,2780
H5105 01C
57.1 62.0
101.08
I-19: Sahuarita Rd. Traffic Interchange
Interchange improvement
Interchange improvement
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
3200
3000
0
DR
ADOT
L=700
32000
0
0
0
2.6%
ASTP
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
65.09
Regional Traffic Operations Center
Region wide
Operation of RTOC
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
2040
0
0
O
ADOT
3060
0
0
0
2.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
107.09
Regional Traffic Signal Data to ITOC
Regionwide
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
60
0
0
C
ADOT
90
30
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bh
66.09
RTOC Signal Expansion
Add additional signal control to RTOC
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
240
0
0
C
ADOT
240
0
0
0
2.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
1.11
Safe Routes to School
Various Locations
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
28
0
0
Ed.
ADOT
28
0
0
0
ST2S 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
90.09
San Xavier Road: Pedestrian Bridge Approaches
San Xavier Road at I-19 interchange
Construct Pedestrian Bridge Approaches
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
789
0
0
DC
ADOT
S=103
892
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
750.00
Scoping Contingency Pool
Misc Locations
Preliminary Studies
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
200
0
0
Study
ADOT
1000
260
0
0
Study
2.6% 2.6% 200
0
0
Study
2.6% 200
0
0
Study
2.6% 200
0
0
Study
2.6%
Active
0
0
11.02
SR 77: Tangerine to Pinal Co. Line
Tangerine to Pinal Co. Line
Widen to 6 lanes
5.80
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
2000
1500
0
D
ADOT
36500
32977
0
0
C
SB
2.6%
ASTP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
4
6
82.0 87.8
86.09
SR 77: Wildlife Crossing Structures
Tangerine Rd. to Pima County Line
Construct Wildlife Crossings
5.80
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
8231
0
0
DC
ADOT
8231
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42j
82.0 87.8
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
182.08
SR 86 Wildlife Movement Study
Sells to Three Points
Study wildlife movements
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
79
0
0
Study
ADOT
79
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
117.07
SR 86: @IRR #15
MP 91.5 to MP 92.5
Improve intersection, add turn lanes
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
200
0
0
DC
ADOT
2552
1800
0
0
C
2.6% 2.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
3
H7343 01D
91.5 92.5
46.06
SR 86: MP 115.76 - 120.2 (Town of Sells to
Fresnal)
Widen to 40'
4.40
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
650
0
0
D
ADOT
12000
0
0
0
HPP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
115.8 120.2
47.06
SR 86: MP 120.2 - 124.5 (Fresnal to MP 124.5)
Widen to 40'
4.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1500
0
0
D
ADOT
9300
0
0
0
ASTP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
45.01
SR 86: MP 124.5 - 128.5 (San Isidro Rd. Segment)
MP 124.5 to MP 128.5
Reconstruct & widen to 40 ft.
4.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
8600
2900
0
DC
ADOT
11500
0
0
0
ASTP
2.6%
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
124.5 128.5
3.03
SR 86: MP 128.5 - 132.8 (Santa Rosa Ranch Rd.
Segment)
MP 128.5 to MP 132.8
Reconstruct & widen to 40 feet
4.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
15000
0
0
DC
ADOT
S=600
15600
0
0
0
ASTP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
128.5 132.8
105.03
SR 86: MP 132.8 - 137.1 (Kitt Peak Rd. Segment)
MP 132.8 to MP 137.1
Reconstruct & widen to 40'
5.70
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
15000
0
0
C
ADOT
15000
0
0
0
ASTP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
132.8 137.1
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After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
10.09
SR 86: San Isidro Intersection
SR86 and San Isidro intersection
Intersection upgrade, add turn bays
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
200
0
0
D
ADOT
2150
0
0
0
2.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
126.0 0.0
2.02
SR 86: Valencia to Kinney
MP 159.5 to MP 166.1
Widen to 6 lanes
6.60
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
9994
0
0
D
ADOT
57167
1540
45633
0
C
ASTP 2.6%
ASTP
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
6
H713701C
159.5 166.1
75.10
SR83: Pavement Rehabilitation
SR83: MP36 to County Line
Mill and Fill Pavement Rehabilitation
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1400
0
0
C
ADOT
1400
0
0
0
2.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
73.10
SR86: Pedestrian Compatibility Study
SR86: MP 112-115 (Sells)
Study
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
55
0
0
Study
ADOT
55
0
0
0
2.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
77.10
Town of Sells Pedestrian Bridges - SR86
MP 114.7 to MP 115.5
Installation of two bridges
0.80
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
823
0
0
DC
ADOT
S=55
878
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
74.10
Wildlife Connectivity Assessment in Pima
County
Regionwide
Data collection and workshops
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
62
0
0
Study
ADOT
62
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42k
142.08
Mount Lemmon Highway Repairs
AZ. Forrest Hwy 39 General Hitchcock Hwy
25.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
700
0
0
DC
FHWA
L=48
5500
0
0
0
FHW 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
30.09
Mt Lemmon Highway
MP 9.8 to 10.5
Bridge construction
0.70
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1550
0
0
DC
FHWA
1550
0
0
0
PLH 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
9.8 10.5
86.03
Saguaro National Monument, PRA SAGU
300(1)/101(1)
Hohokem/Goldengate
Reconstruct Bajada Loop Dr.
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
3625
0
0
DC
FHWA
3775
0
0
0
PLH 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
29.09
Saguaro National Park: PRA SAGU 12(1) & 103(1)
Rehabilitate Park Roads
5.75
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1741
0
0
DC
FHWA
1741
0
0
0
FHW 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
69.06
Small Business Assistance
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
800
0
0
O
Mainstreet
10000
800
0
0
O
RTA RTA 800
0
0
O
RTA 800
0
0
O
RTA 800
0
0
O
RTA
Active
0
0
RTA-43
9.11
Adaptive Traffic Control
Various
Install adaptive traffic control system
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
275
0
0
DC
Marana
275
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
561.00
Camino de la Manana/Dove Mtn. Extn.
I-10 to Tangerine
Design & construct 2/4 lane roadway w/bike lanes
3.80
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
444
PMT
Marana
34421
5200
0
0
PMT
PCDI
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
2
RTA-02
181.08
Camino de Manana Wildlife Crossings
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
79
0
0
DC
Marana
726
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42d
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
32.09
Cortaro Rd. Widening and Striping
Widen right turn lane on WB Cortaro
Cortaro just east of Silverbell
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
199
0
0
DC
Marana
200
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36aw
38.06
I-10: Tortolita TI
1.3 miles south of Pinal Air Park Rd.
Construct new TI & RR bridge
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
40000
0
0
C
Marana
65000
0
0
0
PVT 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
6
233.3 0.0
88.03
Ina Rd. Bridge over Santa Cruz
Ina @ Santa Cruz River
Replace bridge structure
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
300
1000
1000
DC
Marana
16000
0
0
0
STP
BR
PCFC
0
0
0
0
0
0
6000
0
0
C
L=342
STP
Active
2
2
SB413 01C
131.08
Job Access Reverse Commute (Urban) - Marana
Commuter Express
I-10 Marana Rd. to Ina
Transit commuter service connecting Marana to Sun Tran
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
61
0
0
O
Marana
L=61
634
62
0
0
O
L=62
5316 5316 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
3.09
Marana Airport Apron Reconstruction
Apron Construction
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
C
Marana
L=180
1800
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
4.09
Marana Airport Environmental Assessment
Environmental Assessment
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
319
0
0
Study
Marana
L=16 S=15
350
0
0
0
FAA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
5.09
Marana Airport Fire Protection
Fire Protection
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
C
Marana
L=670
2500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
2.09
Marana Airport Land Acquisition and Terminal
Development
Marana Airport Improvements
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
22100
0
0
DC
Marana
L=1100
24300
0
0
0
FAA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
7.09
Marana Airport Runway Construction and
Preservation
Runway construction and preservation
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Marana
2982
0
0
0
DC
L=1038
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
6.09
Marana Airport Taxiway Construction
Relocate entrance road and taxiway construction
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
4461
0
0
DC
Marana
L=219 S=219
4899
0
0
0
FAA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
106.06
Marana Park-and-Ride
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1340
0
0
DCO
Marana
2450
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-51c
93.09
Marana Wireless Signal Upgrades
N/S Thornydale Rd. & E/W Cortaro Rd.
Purchase signal equipment timing
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
279
0
0
C
Marana
279
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40m
71.10
Northern Marana Bus Stop
Town of Marana
Construct new bus stop at Marana Healthcenter
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
80
0
0
C
Marana
L=5
85
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
562.00
Pavement Rehabilitation/Preservation Program
Various Locations
Reconstruct & Overlay
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
C
Marana
L=500
2500
0
0
0
C
L=500
0
0
0
C
L=500
0
0
0
C
L=500
0
0
0
C
L=500
Active
0
0
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
6.11
Pedestrian Crosswalk Countdown Signals
All Town signals not to current countdown
Replace existing pedestrian crossing signals
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
13
0
0
DC
Marana
13
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
62.07
Sandario Business District
Barnett Rd. to Marana Rd.
Alignment feasibility study
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
Study
Marana
50
0
0
0
PDAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
106.08
Santa Cruz River Shared Use Path Phase 3
Lon Adams Rd. alignment to Airline Rd.
Const. of a 14 ft. wide shared use path 5 rest nodes
2.70
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
0
0
DC
Marana
L=596
1096
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
556.00
Silverbell Rd.: Ina to Cortaro
Ina Rd. to Cortaro Rd.
Widen to 4 lanes, add drainage
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
3000
0
0
PMT
Marana
18500
0
0
0
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
4
86.06
Tangerine Rd.: I-10 to La Canada
I-10 to La Canada
Widen to 4 lanes with sidewalks & multi-use lanes
10.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
3472
0
0
Study/D
Marana
92580
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
2
4
RTA-01a
7.11
Traffic Signal Modules - 12" Yellow LED
All Town signals not to current standard
Replace existing lamps with LED
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
16
0
0
DC
Marana
16
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
76.01
Twin Peaks Bridge/Roadway
Santa Cruz River to I-10
Construct new bridge & roadway
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
750
C
Marana
23982
0
0
0 RTAX
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
4
RTA-03b
H
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
42.07
Twin Peaks Rd. - Rattlesnake Pass
Silverbell to Western Town Limit
Widen to 4 lanes, add multi use lanes & sidewalks
2.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Marana
30000
0
0
0
0
0
0
5300
1000
0
DC
L=7800
12.6%
PCFC
0
0
0
Active
2
4
758.00
Twin Peaks/Linda Vista TI
@I-10
Design and construct new traffic interchange
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
100
0
0
PMT
Marana
96000
0
0
0
2.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-03a
H5838 01C
8.11
UPS Battery Backup Installation
Silverbell Road at Coyote Trail Elementary
Install UPS Battery backup system at HAWK
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
4
0
0
DC
Marana
4
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
833.00
Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP)
Training funding for Tucson, Pima County, et.al.
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
Study
OWP-ADOT
250
50
0
0
Study
STP STP 50
0
0
Study
STP 50
0
0
Study
STP 50
0
0
Study
STP
Active
0
0
OWP #3210
RLTAP 06P
141.08
Job Access Reverse Commute (Rural)
Various locations
Transit improvents for reverse commutes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
85
0
0
CO
OWP-LOCAL
562
55
0
0
CO
5316 5316 60
0
0
CO
5316 75
0
0
CO
5316 75
0
0
CO
5316
Active
0
0
80.07
Job Access Reverse Commute Program - Pima
County
Low income assistance with transportation issues
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
5
0
0
O
OWP-LOCAL
245
45
0
0
O
5316 5316 45
0
0
O
5316 40
0
0
O
5316 40
0
0
O
5316
Active
0
0
81.07
New Freedom Program (Rural)
Various locations
Public transportation above ADA standards.
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
30
0
0
CO
OWP-LOCAL
228
0
0
0
5317 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
769.00
Transportation Art by Youth - Marana
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
OWP-LOCAL
325
25
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
766.00
Transportation Art by Youth - Oro Valley
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
OWP-LOCAL
325
25
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
19.03
Transportation Art by Youth - Pascua Yaqui
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
OWP-LOCAL
175
25
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
765.00
Transportation Art by Youth - Pima Co.
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
OWP-LOCAL
325
25
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
764.00
Transportation Art by Youth - Sahuarita
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
OWP-LOCAL
325
25
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
767.00
Transportation Art by Youth - South Tucson
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
OWP-LOCAL
325
25
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
20.03
Transportation Art by Youth - Tohono Oodham
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
OWP-LOCAL
275
25
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
768.00
Transportation Art by Youth - Tucson
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
OWP-LOCAL
325
25
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6% 25
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
144.08
JARC Administration - PAG
N/A
Administration for 5316 Competitive Selection Process
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
11
0
0
O
OWP-PAG
55
11
0
0
O
5316 5316 11
0
0
O
5316 11
0
0
O
5316 11
0
0
O
5316
Active
0
0
146.08
New Freedoms Administration - PAG
N/A
Admisitration for 5317 Competitive Selection Process
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
6
0
0
O
OWP-PAG
30
6
0
0
O
5317 5317 6
0
0
O
5317 6
0
0
O
5317 6
0
0
O
5317
Active
0
0
84.10
PAG - Alternative Modes Program
Regionwide
Outreach & Promotion
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
OWP-PAG
400
100
0
0
Study
STP 100
0
0
Study
STP 100
0
0
Study
STP 100
0
0
Study
STP
Active
0
0
85.01
PAG Consultant Services
Misc studies & consultant activities
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
100
100
0
Study
OWP-PAG
2575
200
100
0
Study
STP
12.6%
STP
12.6%
200
100
0
Study
STP
12.6%
200
100
0
Study
STP
12.6%
200
100
0
Study
STP
12.6%
Active
0
0
3.11
PAG Regional Road Safety Assessment Program
Various
Regional program to identify safety issues
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
70
0
0
DC
OWP-PAG
L=5
75
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
122.00
Purchase of vehicles for elderly and disabled
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
750
0
0
C
OWP-PAG
1560
900
0
0
C
5310 5310 850
0
0
C
5310 925
0
0
C
5310 850
0
0
C
5310
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
96.03
Regional Orthophotos
Update imagery & terrain data for the metro area
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
OWP-PAG
1644
0
0
0
0
0
0
500
0
0
Study
STP 0
0
0
Active
0
0
34.06
Regional Traffic Signal Operations Program
Regionwide
Update field study of signal timing
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
OWP-PAG
400
250
0
0
Study
STP 250
0
0
Study
STP 250
0
0
Study
STP 250
0
0
Study
STP
Active
0
0
659.00
Transportation Planning Program
Operations and Contingency
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1908
100
0
Study
OWP-PAG
9408
2000
100
0
Study
STP
12.6%
STP
12.6%
2000
100
0
Study
STP
12.6%
2000
100
0
Study
STP
12.6%
2000
100
0
Study
STP
12.6%
Active
0
0
635.00
Travel Demand Management Programs
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
373
985
0
C
OWP-PAG
16308
373
985
0
C
ADEQ
STP
ADEQ
STP
373
985
0
C
ADEQ
STP
373
985
0
C
ADEQ
STP
373
985
0
C
ADEQ
STP
Active
0
0
H5224 03X
618.00
Tucson - Alternate Modes Program
Outreach & promotion
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
100
0
0
Study
OWP-TDOT
L=6
345
0
0
0
STP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
466.00
Tucson - Pavement Management System
City portion of PMS Project funded thru PAG
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
450
0
0
Study
OWP-TDOT
L=26
2662
450
0
0
Study
L=26
STP STP 450
0
0
Study
L=26
STP 450
0
0
Study
L=26
STP 450
0
0
Study
L=26
STP
Active
0
0
H4115 01X
851.00
Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info
System
Transview updates and mapping
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
100
0
0
Study
OWP-TDOT
L=6
778
150
0
0
Study
L=9
STP STP 100
0
0
Study
L=6
STP 175
0
0
Study
L=10
STP 100
0
0
Study
L=6
STP
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
34.10
Calle Concordia Bike Lane
Calle Buena Vista to Calle Loma Linda
Construct bike lane
0.25
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
75
0
0
C
Oro
150
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41ca
88.09
Canada del Oro Shared Use-Path Final Phase
First Ave. to Steam Pump Village
Construct Final Phase of Shared Use-Path
0.60
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
873
0
DC
Oro
L=22
1395
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41cf
109.09
Count Down Pedestrian Heads
Various intersections
Install count down pedestrian heads at intersections
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
22
0
0
C
Oro
47
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bi
432.00
La Canada
Naranja to Tangerine
Widen to 4 lanes
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
2500
0
0
PMT
Oro
10100
0
0
0
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Active
2
4
434.00
Lambert Lane Widening - Phase 1
La Canada to First
Widen to 4 lanes
2.60
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
2350
0
0
C
Oro
L=1600
14231
2350
0
0
PMT
12.6% 12.6% 2750
0
0
PMT
12.6% 3750
0
0
PMT
12.6%
Valley
0
0
0
Active
2
4
116.08
Lambert Lane Widening - Phase 2
La Cholla to La Canada
Widen to 4 lanes
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Oro
10000
0
0
0
0
0
0
1000
0
0
D
12.6%
Valley
4500
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
2
4
105.02
Naranja Phase I
La Cholla to Ironwood Ridge
Reconstruction w/sidewalk & shoulders
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1500
13
0
DC
Oro
3800
0
0
0
STPX
12.6%
0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Active
2
2
HF152 03D
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
99.10
Naranja Phase II
Ironwood Ridge to Shannon
Reconstruct w/sidewalk & shoulders
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Oro
2187
0
0
0
0
0
0
1585
0
0
C
12.6%
Valley
602
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
0
0
23.01
OV Transit Program
Purchase paratransit/vanpool vehicles
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
97
0
0
C
Oro
L=13
574
104
0
0
C
L=14
5310 5310 104
0
0
C
L=14
5310 97
0
0
C
L=13
5310
Valley
104
0
0
C
L=14
5310
Active
0
0
ALI 11.12.15
2.10
Rancho Vistoso Blvd Big Wash Bridge Barrier
walls
Within the bridge span
Replace barrier walls
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
420
0
0
DC
Oro
420
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39k
15.03
Tangerine Rd.: Shannon to La Canada
Shannon to La Canada
Right of way Acquisition Only
2.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Oro
1000
0
0
0
0
0
0
75
0
0
R
12.6%
Valley
500
0
0
R
12.6%
Active
2
4
RTA-01b
94.09
Wireless Signal Link
Various intersections
Wireless network for traffic signals
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
119
0
0
C
Oro
224
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40n
75.06
Volunteer Transit
Volunteer service coordinated w/Council on Aging
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
245
0
0
O
PCOA
4900
245
0
0
O
RTA RTA 245
0
0
O
RTA 245
0
0
O
RTA 245
0
0
O
RTA
Active
0
0
RTA-47d
91.01
No Drive Days Program
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
270
0
0
O
PDEQ
3510
270
0
0
O
ADEQ ADEQ 270
0
0
O
ADEQ 270
0
0
O
ADEQ 270
0
0
O
ADEQ
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
31.10
Head Start Sidewalks
Calle Tetakusim, Benem, Potam
Construct sidewalk
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
272
0
0
C
Pascua
L=78
350
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Yaqui
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bx
39.07
Ignacio M. Baumea
Valencia to Los Reales
Construct new roadway w/sidewalks, bike lanes, landscape.
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
23
0
0
C
Pascua
4500
0
0
0
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
Yaqui
0
0
0
Active
0
3
27.10
Abrego Bike Lanes
From Town of Sahuarita to .3 miles south
Construct missing sections of bike lane
0.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
94
0
0
DC
Pima
94
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bt
76.08
ADA Accessible Bus Stop
Bus stop at the corner of Ina and Oracle
Upgrade the existing bus stop to ADA accessibility
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
148
0
0
C
Pima
148
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-38e
36.10
ADA Transition Plan Update Phase 2
Study
Study to determine ADA priority
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
21
0
0
Study
Pima
50
0
0
0
PDAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
162.07
Agua Caliente - Safe Routes to School
Addition of pedestrian paths, bike lanes and multi-use path
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
314
0
0
C
Pima
782
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37j
4SRSAC
14.09
Ajo Historic Depot Restoration Enhancement
Ajo Depot
Restoration of Ajo Depot - Transportation Enhancement
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
300
0
0
C
Pima
L=100
650
200
0
0
C
TEA TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
8.08
Alvernon Way and Valencia Rd. Intersection
Improvements
Approx. 500' east and west of the intersection
Add another left turn lane on Valencia
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
4294
0
0
C
Pima
4500
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36af
4RTAWV
75.08
Bike Lane Package 2
Various locations
Design and construction elements for bike lane package 2
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
938
0
0
C
Pima
1381
250
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41ak
11.11
Bike Package 3
Various
Deisgn and Construct Bike Lanes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1833
0
0
DC
Pima
1833
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
36.06
Bike/Pedestrian & Transit Improvements - FY11
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
250
0
0
C
Pima
250
0
0
0
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
63.01
Camino de Oeste - Phase 1
Los Reales to Valencia Rd.
Widen & overlay existing pavement w/bike lanes and sidewalks
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
2555
0
0
C
Pima
3025
209
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
3
4COLRV
33.10
Camino de Oeste Bike Lane
Valencia Road to Tetakusim
Design bike lane
1.25
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
95
95
0
0
C
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bz
5.10
Camino de Oeste Sidewalk
Valencia Road to Los Reales Road
Construct sidewalk
1.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
70
70
0
0
C
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37ad
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
9.10
Camino del Sol Pedestrian Ramps
Placita de La Cotonia to Canoa Road
Construct pedestrian ramp and safety rails
5.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
75
0
0
C
Pima
75
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37ah
102.09
Cardinal/Valencia Road Intersection
Improvements
@Intersection
Improve intersection
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
600
0
0
C
Pima
600
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bc
81.09
Catalina Highway (General Hitchcock Highway)
M.P. 0 - M.P. 25
Repair and reconstruction at heavily damaged sites
25.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1662
0
0
DC
Pima
1662
0
0
0
PLH 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
16.09
Centennial Elem. & Flowing Wells Safe Routes to
School
Wetmore between Romero to La Cholla
Add sidewalks on both sides of the street - Enhancement
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
30
130
0
DC
Pima
678
148
370
0
C
RTA
TEA
RTA
TEA
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41az
4SRCEN
1.10
Colossal Cave Road UPRR Success Dr.
Improve vertical profile
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
C
Pima
350
300
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39j
24.10
Colossal Cave/Mary Ann Cleaveland Way Bike
Lanes
Kush Canyon Lane to Cienega High School
Construct bike lanes
3.40
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
547
0
0
C
Pima
547
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bq
31.06
Continental School Safe Routes to School
Whitehorse Cyn Rd. - Cont. Rd to Cont.
Add bike lanes
1.60
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
109
424
0
C
Pima
L=119
1239
0
0
0
RTA
TEA
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
2
RTA-37ae
4CEMSR
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
137.00
Cortaro Farms Road
Camino de Oeste to Thornydale Rd.
Widen to 4 lanes
1.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
18039
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
4000
0
0
C
12.6%
Active
2
4
4CFCOT
72.10
Golder Ranch Rd. Bridge
@ CDO Wash
Structural Rehabilitation
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
600
0
0
DC
Pima
600
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39n
30.06
Homer Davis School Bike/Ped Enhancement
Romeo Rd. - Roger to Wetmore
Sidewalks, landscaping
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
199
250
0
C
Pima
L=942
1859
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
2
RTA-37x
SL599 01C
110.01
I-19: NB Frontage Rd. - Part 2
Canoa TI to Continental TI incl missing link
Construct new frontage rd. w/paved shoulders
4.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
1000
0
2100
C
Pima
23563
0
0
0
12.6%
2.6%
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
2
RTA-35
H7191 01C
110.07
Ina Rd Corridor Signal Timing
Oracle to Silverbell
Signal timing coordination
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
5
0
0
C
Pima
225
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40d
4RTICS
19.08
Ina Rd. and Oracle Rd. Intersection Improvement
Intersection improvement
Various improvements
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
4873
0
0
DC
Pima
5050
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36ap
4RTIRO
42.09
Julian Wash Greenway/Pantano River Park R/W
Acquisition
R/W acquisition
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
278
0
0
R
Pima
1000
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bh
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
148.00
Kinney Rd.
Ajo Way to Bopp
Widen to 4 lanes
0.90
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
5
0
0
C
Pima
20408
5
0
0
C
DIFO DIFO 5
0
0
C
DIFO 5
0
0
C
DIFO
County
5
0
0
C
DIFO
Active
2
4
4KRAWB
158.07
Kolb and Valencia intersection reconstruction
Kolb and Valencia, .4 miles in all directions
Additional through and turning lanes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
6817
0
0
DC
Pima
6900
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36z
4RTKVI
101.09
Kolb Rd.: Ventana Canyon and Mt. Shadows
@Intersection
Improve intersection
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
500
0
0
DC
Pima
500
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bb
150.00
La Canada Dr. #1 - River to Ina
River Rd. to Ina Rd.
Widen to 4 lanes
0.80
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
14415
1625
0
C
Pima
35751
10023
5429
0
C
STP
RTA
STP
RTAX
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-11a
35.06
La Canada Dr. #6 - Ina to Calle Concordia
Ina to Calle Concordia
Widen to 4 lanes
2.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
15290
2426
0
C
Pima
38991
1035
1257
0
C
RTA
12.6%
RTA
DIFO
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-11b
90.06
La Cholla Blvd. - Magee to Overton
Magee Road to Overton Road
Widen to 4 lanes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
7368
0
0
C
Pima
L=614
28700
9600
0
0
C
L=869
RTA RTA 4852
0
0
C
L=2654
RTA 0
0
0
C
L=300
County
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-04a
789.00
La Cholla Blvd. - Ruthrauff to River
Ruthrauff to River Rd.
Widen to 6 lanes incl new Rillito bridge
0.75
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
1252
0
0
C
Pima
L=450
19566
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
6
RTA-10
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
40.05
Laguna Elementary School Pedestrian
Enhancement Project
Shannon Rd. adjacent to Flowing Wells
Construct sidewalks, curbs, & landscaping
1.20
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
474
0
0
C
Pima
L=365
1023
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
4LEMSI
29.10
Loma Alta Bike Lane
Old Spanish Trail to Colossal Cave
Design bike lanes
2.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
75
75
0
0
D
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bv
592.00
Magee Rd. - La Canada to Oracle
La Canada Dr. to Oracle Rd.
Widen to 4 lanes
1.20
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
700
0
0
DC
Pima
L=320
20099
1840
212
0
C
RTA RTA
STP
3307
6585
0
C
RTA
STP
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-12
152.00
Magee Rd. - Thornydale to Mona Lisa
Thornydale to Mona Lisa
Widen to 4 lanes, incl intersection
1.90
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
6652
4979
0
C
Pima
33913
6404
0
0
C
RTA
12.6%
12.6% 12358
0
0
C
12.6% 0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-07b
115.06
Magee Rd.: Mona Lisa to La Canada
Mona Lisa to La Canada
Realign intersection to eliminate jog
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
6524
900
0
C
Pima
32918
12451
769
0
C
RTA
12.6%
RTA
12.6%
7847
0
0
C
RTA 0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-07a
8.10
Manzanita Elementary Safe Routes to School
Campbell Ave. from La Encantada to
Design sidewalk
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
94
0
0
D
Pima
95
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37ag
113.09
Marsh Station Road Bridge at Cienega Wash
Repair south abuptment/approach
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
241
0
0
C
Pima
250
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
2
RTA-39i
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
11.08
Mona Lisa Rd. at Orange Grove Intersection
Improvements
Intersection of Mona Lisa and Orange Grove
Various improvements
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
70
0
0
C
Pima
385
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36ao
100.09
Nogales/Old Nogales Intersection Improvement
@Intersection
Improve intersection
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
450
0
0
DC
Pima
L=900
1350
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36az
154.08
Pantano River Park Supplemental Funding
Michael Perry Park to Kenyon Rd. Alignment
2.4 mile long dual use path and landscaping
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
757
1241
0
C
Pima
4766
0
0
0
RTA
BOND
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41av
PPANTP
82.10
Pantano River path Bicycle and Ped
Enhancements
670 ft. south of Broadway to the 5th St. wash
Construct multi-use pathway
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
690
45
0
DC
Pima
735
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
26.10
Pantano Shared Use Path
Pantano from Speedway to .5 miles south
Design Riverpark pathway
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
85
85
0
0
D
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bs
58.10
Pedestrian Crosswalk Countdown Signals
Various Locations
Install pedestrian countdown signals
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
250
0
0
C
Pima
250
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
71.07
Picture Rocks & Desert Winds Safe Routes to
School
Rudasill to Sunset
Add bike lanes and sidewalks
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
342
0
C
Pima
L=37
1245
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37ab
4PRDWE
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
104.08
Pima Region Middle School Bike and Ped
Education Program
Bicycle and pedestrian education for middle school students
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
850
260
0
OC
Pima
L=19
1138
0
90
0
OC
L=5
TEA
STP STP
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
SL540 02D
20.10
Regional Riverpark Markings and Signs
Various points along riverpark system
Install bike markings and signs
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
35
0
0
C
Pima
35
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bm
30.10
Rillito Bridge Design
River crossing at Camino de La Tierra
Design paved pathway
0.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
160
110
0
0
D
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bw
102.08
Rillito River divided urban pathway
Mountain Ave. to First Ave.
Construct a 1/2 mile of path inc. bike/ped bridge
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
470
0
0
C
Pima
L=68
509
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RPR322
81.10
Rillito Riverpath and Camino de la Tierra
Enhancements
Camino de la Tierra: River Rd. to CDO
Construct bike lanes and bike/ped bridge
2.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
750
48
0
DC
Pima
L=496
1294
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
28.10
Rillito Shared Use Path
North bank of Rillito River: Country Club to .3
Construct shared use path
0.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
415
0
0
C
Pima
415
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bu
144.07
RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure,
Package 2
Various locations
Restripe existing roadway, create bicycle lanes
15.23
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
577
47
0
C
Pima
2856
0
0
0
RTA
12.6%
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41ah
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
145.07
RTA Sidewalk Package 1
Various locations
Construction of sidewalks
6.60
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
215
0
0
C
Pima
1525
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41ai
4.10
Ruthrauff UPRR
Ruthrauff at the railroad crossing
Replace culvert
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
65
0
0
C
Pima
65
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39m
33.09
Sabino Canyon Rd. Bridge
Bridge Rehabilitation
Sabino Canyon Rd. just south of Cloud
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
100
0
0
C
Pima
1090
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39e
SS740RRD
80.10
Sabino High School Bicycle Safety
Enhancements
Harrison Rd: Catalina Highway to Sabino
Design and Construct 6-ft bike lanes
1.90
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
750
48
0
DC
Pima
L=5
803
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
52.03
Safe School Route Bike/Ped Education Program
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
59
0
0
C
Pima
L=37
247
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
SL525 01D
129.08
Safety and Education Program
Various locations
Bicycle and pedestrian safety and education program
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
32
500
0
C
Pima
532
0
0
0
RTA
STP
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
798.00
Safety Improvements
Various locations
Minor road alignment and turn lane improvements
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1000
0
0
DC
Pima
20918
0
0
0
PCBo 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
4SAFTY
TR-98-038
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
72.09
Sandario Rd. South Study
Sandario - SR86 to Mile Wide Rd.
Capacity Study
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
Study
Pima
50
0
0
0
PDAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
12.11
Sidewalk and Safe Routes to School Package 2
Various Locations
Deisgn and Construct Sidewalks
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
485
0
0
DC
Pima
485
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37aq
35.05
Sunset Rd. - Silverbell to River
Silverbell to I-10 to River Rd.
Extend roadway & construct new bridge
0.60
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
24825
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
5000
5000
3400
C
COT
PCDIF
12.6%
Active
0
3
RTA-08
170.00
Tanque Verde Rd.
Catalina Hwy. to Houghton Rd.
Widen to 4 lanes
1.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
5848
393
0
C
Pima
16000
0
0
0
RTA
PCBo
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-27
4TVCHH
76.10
TIA/Raytheon Surface Transportation Study
TIA/Raytheon Area
Study surface access improvements and alternatives
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
Study
Pima
50
0
0
0
PDAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
68.07
Transit Enhancements - Pima County
Systemwide
Minor enhancements to stops and other facilities
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
C
Pima
L=3
265
50
0
0
C
L=3
STP STP 50
0
0
C
L=3
STP 50
0
0
C
L=3
STP
County
50
0
0
C
L=3
STP
Active
0
0
25.10
Urban Loop Acquisition
North bank of Rillio River from Stone to
Purchase parcels of land to complete urban path system
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
300
0
0
D
Pima
300
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41br
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
58.06
Valencia Rd. - Wade to Mark
Wade to Mark
Widen to 4 lanes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
3188
709
0
DR
Pima
18057
2000
0
0
C
L=182
RTA
DIFO
RTA 791
6026
0
C
L=182
RTA
STP
2000
0
0
C
RTA
County
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-21c
4RTVMW
2.08
Valencia Rd. Street Lighting and Sidewalk
Valencia Rd. from Westover to Cardinal Ave
Install street lighting, curbs and sidewalks
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
93
500
550
C
Pima
1293
0
0
0
RTA
HES
HSIP
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37p
4RTVLS
61.06
Valencia Rd.: Alvernon to Kolb
Alvernon to Kolb
Widen to 6 lanes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
1660
0
0
RDC
Pima
44717
100
0
0
C
RTA RTA 100
0
0
C
RTA 100
0
0
C
RTA
County
39227
0
0
C
RTA
Active
4
6
RTA-24
4VAKDP
791.00
Valencia Road Extension
Houghton Rd. to Old Spanish Trail
Construct new 2 lane divided roadway & bridge
2.90
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
10000
1251
0
C
Pima
12876
0
0
0
HPP
PVT
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
2
127.08
Wildlife Fencing Study
Pima County
Wildlife fencing study
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
122
0
0
Study
Pima
122
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42c
78.06
Wilmot North of Sahuarita Rd.
Sahuarita Rd. to 6 miles north
Pave existing dirt road
6.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
874
0
0
D
Pima
L=40
10700
8920
0
0
DC
L=20
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Active
2
2
RTA-33
104.06
Green Valley/Sahuarita Park-and-Ride
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1310
0
0
CO
RTA
2450
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-51a
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
150.07
Regional Culvert Sizing - Wildlife Connectivity
Study
Study
Culvert sizing study
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
RTA
365
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42b
99.09
Regional Intersection MUTCD Compliance
Program
Region wide
Intersection improvements
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
100
0
0
C
RTA
270
170
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36ay
97.09
Regional Traffic Signal Model
Regionwide
Training and support for regional traffic signal model
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
105
0
0
Study
RTA
165
60
0
0
Study
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40p
79.09
RTA Bus Pullout Packages #6 - #14
Region wide
Consruct 40 bus pullouts region wide
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
5330
0
0
DC
RTA
7030
1100
0
0
DC
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-38j
68.09
RTA WIldlife Linkage Identification
Wildlife crossings incorperated into Tangerine
La Cholla Blvd. (RTA-4) RTA projects
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
RTA
75
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42e
42.10
Sun Shuttle / Ajo Transit Services
Regionwide
Operating capital and maintenance for Sun Shuttle services
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
3032
866
128
O
RTA
13142
1657
892
128
O
RTA
5311
5316
RTA
5311
5316
1707
919
0
O
RTA
5311
1759
946
0
O
RTA
5311
1794
0
0
O
RTA
Active
0
0
RTA-48e
93.06
Sun Tran - Frequency and Area Expansion
Improve frequencies along major routes, extend some routes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
414
0
0
O
RTA
177480
10875
0
0
O
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-46a
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
128.08
Transit Regional Fare System and Rebranding
Study and capital improvements
A study and capital for a semaless regional transit system
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
4598
0
0
C
RTA
8232
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-46d
8.04
Bike/Pedestrian Neighborhood Path Program
Townwide
Paved shoulders and sidewalks
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
C
Sahuarita
L=200
1000
0
0
0
C
L=200
0
0
0
C
L=200
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
114.08
I-19/Sahuarita TI - Interim Ramp Signalization
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
C
Sahuarita
S=50
750
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
34.09
La Canada - El Toro Rd. Rail Crossing
Rail crossing
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
41
0
0
C
Sahuarita
340
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39g
35.10
La Villita Bike Lane
Sahuarita Rd. to Paseo Celestia
Construct bike lane
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
75
0
0
C
Sahuarita
75
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41cb
23.10
La Villita/Rancho Sahuarita Blvd Intersection
Evaluation
@Intersection
Study
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
Study
Sahuarita
50
0
0
0
PDAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
7.04
Pavement Management
Town wide
Resurface/Reconstruct @various locations
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
C
Sahuarita
L=100
500
0
0
0
C
L=100
0
0
0
C
L=100
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
55.10
Pavement Preservation
Arterial and Collector Streets
Maintenance and Rehibilitation
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
C
Sahuarita
89
0
0
0
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
5.11
Pedestrian Crosswalk Countdown Signals
All Town Signals
Replace existing pedestrian crossing signals
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
43
0
0
DC
Sahuarita
43
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
87.08
Pima Mine Rd. Bridge Replacement
Pima Mine Rd./Santa Cruz River
Bridge replacement at Santa Cruz River
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
902
1500
0
DC
Sahuarita
2600
0
0
0
RTA
BR
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
2
RTA-39d
73.09
Pima Mine Rd./Nogales Highway Traffic Signal
Pima Mine/Nogales Highway
Provide study and install traffic signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
700
50
0
StudyDC
Sahuarita
750
0
0
0
RTA
PDAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
92.08
Pima Mine Rd./Rancho Sahuarita Blvd. Traffic
Signal
Intersection improvement
Signal upgrade
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
575
0
0
DC
Sahuarita
575
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36ad
41.07
Quail Creek Connection
Old Nogales Hwy to Nogales Hwy
Construct new roadway
2.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
D
Sahuarita
L=300
5700
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
4
83.09
Sahaurita Rd - Phase II Wildlife Crossings
La Villita Rd. to Country Club Rd.
Upsize culverts for wildlife crossings
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
568
0
0
C
Sahuarita
568
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42g
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
6.04
Sahuarita Road
I-19 to Country Club
Widen to 4 lanes w/curbs, New bridge over Santa Cruz
3.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
13280
1462
0
C
Sahuarita
L=1589
55914
5100
2820
0
C
L=2280
RTA
PCBO
RTA
12.6%
5100
2400
0
C
RTA
12.6%
5100
0
0
C
RTA 2550
1500
0
C
RTA
12.6%
Active
2
4
RTA-34a
84.09
Sahuarita Road - Phase II Wildlife Crossing
Monitoring
La Villita Rd. to Country Club Rd.
Pre and post construction crossing monitoring
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
68
0
0
Study
Sahuarita
135
67
0
0
Study
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42h
49.10
Sahuarita Road Overpass
Nogales Hwy & UPRR
Grade separated crossing and re-alignment
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
6177
0
0
RDC
Sahuarita
L=3543
12000
1180
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 0
0
0
1100
0
0
PMT
12.6% 0
0
0
Active
0
0
85.09
Sahuarita Wildlife Assessment
Pima Mine, Old Nogales Hwy, Nogales Hwy,
Initial wildlife assessment
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
100
0
0
Study
Sahuarita
100
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42i
95.09
Wireless signal & controller/equipment upgrades
Various intersections
Provide upgrades to traffic operations
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
36
0
0
C
Sahuarita
36
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40o
16.10
26th/10th HAWK
@Intersection
Construct HAWK signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
140
0
0
C
South
140
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37ao
189.00
36th St.
East City Limit to 4th Ave
Reconstruct pavement, walk, curb, add lighting
0.30
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
384
0
0
C
South
1962
0
0
0
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Active
4
3
RTA-41aw
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
17.10
ADA Upgrades
Various locations
Ensure current curb ramps meet ADA specs
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
300
0
0
Study
South
300
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37ap
40.07
South 10th Ave Rehabilitation
22nd St to 44th St
Mill and overlay
1.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
South
700
350
0
0
DC
12.6% 350
0
0
DC
12.6% 0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Active
3
3
881.00
South 4th Ave.
I-10 to 40th St.
Reconstruct pavement, add safety and aesthetic features.
0.25
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
244
0
0
C
South
1553
0
0
0
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Active
4
3
89.01
South Tucson Bike Lane/Greenway
36th St. 4th Ave - RR
Purchase RR RW for new bike lane
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
150
0
0
RC
South
150
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bj
33.05
South Tucson Roadway Maintenance
City limits
Pavement maintenance
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
776
0
0
C
South
1340
282
0
0
C
12.6% 12.6% 282
0
0
C
12.6% 0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Active
0
0
113.07
Speed Alert Monitor Signs
Electronic speed alert signs
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
60
0
0
C
South
60
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40g
73.00
RYAN
Upgrade Airfield Drainage System
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
2000
0
0
0
1900
50
0
C
L=50
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20100382
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
27.05
RYAN
Pavement preservation
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
253
0
0
C
TAA
L=31
465
163
0
0
C
L=18
SAF SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
AMPS
22.09
Ryan
Airfield Lighting Generator
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
224
6
0
C
TAA
L=6
236
0
0
0
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20108895
43.10
RYAN - Apron Construction
Apron construction - Phase 1 & 2
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
4000
0
0
0
0
0
0
1900
1850
0
C
L=250
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20109018
45.10
RYAN - Runway Sweeper
Runway sweeper
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
172
5
0
C
TAA
L=5
182
0
0
0
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
2018899
68.08
RYAN - RWY 15/33 and TWY D,E
Replace signs and lighting
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
1750
1662
44
0
C
L=44
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20106681
46.07
RYAN - Security perimiter Fencing and Roadway
Construct perimiter fencing and roadway
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
4108
108
0
C
TAA
L=108
4324
0
0
0
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20106591
89.10
Ryan Airfield Access Roadway and Parking Lot
Rehabilitate Access Roadway and Parking Lot
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
100
0
0
0
90
0
0
C
L=10
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20109016
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
88.10
Ryan Airfield Construct Airside Auto Road
Construct Airside Auto Road
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
199
0
0
0
179
0
0
C
L=20
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20109017
87.10
Ryan Airfield Construct Drainage Dike and
Channel
Construct Drainage Dike and Channel
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
2430
2308
61
0
C
L=61
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20110146
90.10
Ryan Airfield Land Acquisition
Land Acquisition
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
400
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
380
0
0
R
L=20
SAF
Active
0
0
20109022
86.10
Ryan Airfield Taxiway B-2 Pavement Repair
Pavement Repair
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
61
0
0
C
TAA
L=550
611
0
0
0
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
20110092
85.10
Ryan Airfiled Environmental Assessment
Environmental Assessment
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
360
0
0
Study
TAA
L=40
400
0
0
0
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
726.00
TIA
Ramada for Vehicle Washrack
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
C
TAA
L=116
116
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10199-322
73.04
TIA
Upgrade perimiter road from TWY D1 to TWY A13
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
1227
0
0
0
1104
0
0
C
L=123
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10102-469
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
25.06
TIA
Main terminal apron reconstruction
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
10928
536
0
C
TAA
L=536
60000
10928
536
0
C
L=536
FAA
SAF
FAA
SAF
10928
536
0
C
L=536
FAA
SAF
10928
536
0
C
L=536
FAA
SAF
10928
536
0
C
L=536
FAA
SAF
Active
0
0
55.07
TIA
EOC and CDC Relocation
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
2030
100
0
C
TAA
L=100
2230
0
0
0
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10106677
95.10
TIA Construct Drainage Detention Basin
Construct Drainage Detention Basin
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
375
0
0
0
0
0
0
C
L=37
338
0
0
C
SAF 0
0
0
Active
0
0
10195206
96.10
TIA Construct Taxiway G - Phase 2
Construct Taxiway G
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
1500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1350
0
0
C
L=150
SAF
Active
0
0
10106433
98.10
TIA Joint Seal Aprons
Joint Seal Aprons
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
C
TAA
L=796
796
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10110090
93.10
TIA Lighting and Signage Upgrade - Phase 4
Lighting and Signage Upgrade
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
1436
1292
0
0
C
L=144
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10110095
92.10
TIA Reconstruct Commercial Roadway
Reconstruct Commercial Roadway
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
692
623
0
0
C
L=69
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10110134
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
97.10
TIA Reconstruct Service Road - Airside
Reconstruct Service Road
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
476
0
0
0
C
L=476
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10110096
91.10
TIA Taxiway Upgrades
Lighting and Signage Upgrades Phase 3
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
817
0
0
C
TAA
L=92
909
0
0
0
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10110094
94.10
TIA Update Security Master Plan
Update Security Master Plan
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
150
0
0
0
0
0
0
136
7
0
Study
L=7
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
Active
0
0
10106676
48.10
Mission Road and Los Reales Safety Study
@Intersection
Safety Study
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
50
0
0
Study
Tohono
50
0
0
0
PDAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
O'odham
0
0
0
Active
0
0
91.09
San Xavier Path Mission Gateway-SRTS
Little Nogales Rd.
Construct pathway
1.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
355
0
DC
Tohono
L=18
918
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
O'odham
0
0
0
Active
0
0
79.10
San Xavier Rd: Little Nogales to I-19
San Xavier Rd: Little Nogales to I-19
Construct Multi-use pathway
0.67
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
421
31
0
DC
Tohono
452
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
O'odham
0
0
0
Active
0
0
4.11
San Xavier Road - Mission Plaza Curbing
San Xavier Road at Mission Plaza
Curbing and reflectors to provide safety barrier
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
70
0
0
DC
Tohono
L=5
75
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
O'odham
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
45.07
San Xavier Road Pedestrian Safety
Improvements
.25 mi east of I-19 to .25 mi west of I-19
Construct ped walkway and bridge over Santa Cruz
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1176
977
0
C
Tohono
2527
0
0
0
STP
2.6%
0
0
0
0
0
0
O'odham
0
0
0
Active
0
0
SS866 03D
14.10
22nd St/Lakeshore HAWK
@Intersection
Construct HAWK signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
150
0
0
DC
Tucson
150
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37am
131.00
22nd Street: I-10 to Tucson Blvd.
I-10 to Tucson Blvd
Widen to 6 lanes
1.40
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
11225
3000
0
RC
Tucson
L=3000
95204
1075
3600
0
RC
RTA
PCBo
RTA
PCBon
11075
2900
0
C
RTA
PCBon
24000
0
0
C
RTA 18000
1000
0
C
RTA
STP
Active
5
6
RTA-19a
38.09
4th Ave. Bike Blvd.
4th Ave.
Design and construct bike blvd project
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
181
0
0
C
Tucson
300
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bc
79.07
5 Points Pedestrian Improvements
Area bounded by 7th Ave, 5th Ave, 15th st,
Artistic gateway feature, sidewalks, ADA imp & ped lighting
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
225
0
0
DC
Tucson
L=15
1000
175
0
0
DC
L=11
STP STP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
163.07
ADA Improvements - Various locations
Various locations
City of Tucson ADA improvements
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
150
0
0
C
Tucson
1500
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37k
148.07
ADA Pedestrian Access to Bus Stop Study
Study
ADA Access Study
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
6
0
0
Study
Tucson
50
0
0
0
PDAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
134.02
Alternate Mode Improvements - FY10
Tucson Blvd. Muli-use Path
Tucson Blvd. - Rillito River to Prince Rd. Multi-use Path
2.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
450
0
0
DC
Tucson
L=27
577
0
0
0
STP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
2
S109
120.08
Bike Lane Package 2 - Design
Various locations
Design of bike lane package II
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
10
0
0
D
Tucson
200
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41am
19.10
Bike Lane Package 3
Various Locations TBD
Design and Construction of bike lane package III
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
400
0
0
DC
Tucson
400
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bl
39.09
Bike Lane Package II - Construction - City of
Tucson 2010
Various Locations
Construct Bike Lanes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1466
0
0
C
Tucson
1471
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41be
22.05
Broadway Blvd. - Euclid to Country Club
Euclid to Country Club
Widen to 6 lanes plus bus lanes
1.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
6900
0
0
DR
Tucson
74761
3498
0
0
DR
RTA RTA 10000
0
0
DR
RTA 9000
0
0
R
RTA 7500
0
0
C
RTA
Active
5
6
RTA-17
10.10
Broadway/Old Spanish Trail Pelican
@Intersection
Construct pelican signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
300
0
0
C
Tucson
300
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37ai
165.08
Bus Pullout Projects, Package 4
Various locations
Design and construct five bus pullouts
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
23
0
0
RC
Tucson
650
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-38g
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
69.09
Bus Pullout Projects, Package 5
Various locations
Bus pullout construction
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
400
0
0
DC
Tucson
720
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-38i
458.00
Camino Seco - Wrightstown to Speedway
Wrightstown to Speedway Blvd
Widen to 4 lanes w/sidewalk,bike path, lighting
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
2500
0
0
C
Tucson
L=2300
4800
0
0
0
STP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
4
45.08
Camino Seco/Wrightstown Intersection
Improvements
Intersection of Camino Seco and
Construct exclusive turn lanes and a traffic signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
646
0
0
DC
Tucson
1000
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36ab
32.06
Campbell Ave Revitalization
Grant to Ft. Lowell
New sidewalks, streetscape and bus bays
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
294
418
0
DC
Tucson
1038
0
0
0
HPP
TEA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
SS632 03D
105.08
Columbus Corridor Pedestrian Path
22nd St. to Timrod
Construct 6 ft. wide asphalt ped. path on one side
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
190
0
0
DC
Tucson
L=33
223
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
81.04
Downtown Links
Broadway to Church
Construct new 4 lane roadway
0.55
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
20286
0
0
C
Tucson
76110
5959
0
0
C
RTA RTA 10680
0
0
C
RTA 3210
0
0
C
RTA 180
0
0
C
RTA
Active
0
4
RTA-16a
44.08
Downtown Rail Safety Project
Design project
Design safety upgrades
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
150
0
0
D
Tucson
150
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39c
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
72.07
El Paso & Southwestern Greenway
22nd to Cushing
Construct new bike path
0.70
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
458
0
0
DC
Tucson
L=28
486
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
83.07
El Paso & Southwestern Greenway
Ajo/Kino to Speedway/Main
Shared use path & trail
6.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
437
0
0
RC
Tucson
2150
450
0
0
RC
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41l
103.08
Five Points Transportation Enhancement Project
Various locations
Fill gaps in pedestrian network, new sidewalks lighting
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
494
0
DC
Tucson
L=90
1000
0
0
0
NRB
TEA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
3.07
Ft Lowell/Campbell Intersection
Intersection improvement
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
792
0
0
C
Tucson
4997
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36c
22.10
Ft. Lowell Sidewalk
First Ave to Campbell Ave
Construct sidewalk
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
300
0
0
C
Tucson
L=150
500
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bo
87.09
Glenn Street Neighborhood Improvement Project
Glenn St. from Columbus to Country Club Rd.
Construct pedestrian path
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
101
0
DC
Tucson
619
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41ce
4.01
Golf Links/Kolb Rd. Intersection Improvement
@Intersection
Reconstruct intersection
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
3817
0
0
C
Tucson
4500
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36ba
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
55.06
Grant Rd. - Oracle to Swan
Oracle to Swan
Widen to 6 lanes w/bike lanes & sidewalks
5.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
21247
0
0
RC
Tucson
L=1000
173702
20898
0
0
RC
RTA RTA 13148
0
0
C
RTA 12967
5000
0
C
RTA
12.6%
10800
0
0
C
L=5000
RTA
Active
4
6
RTA-18
104.09
Harrison/Irvington Signalization
@Intersection
Construct traffic signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
218
0
0
C
Tucson
250
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36be
155.08
HAWKS - City of Tucson FY 2009
Various locations
RTA HAWK Crossings
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
596
0
0
DC
Tucson
3450
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37y
60.07
Houghton Rd. #0 - I-10 to Valencia
I-10 to Valencia
DCR only for roadway widening
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
120
0
0
C
Tucson
9100
120
0
0
C
RTA RTA 60
0
0
C
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
0
RTA-32d
58.07
Houghton Rd. - Old Spanish Trail to Tanque
Verde
Old Spanish Trail to Tanque Verde
DCR only for roadway widening
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
8004
0
0
C
Tucson
13654
500
0
0
C
RTA RTA 350
0
0
C
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
6
RTA-32b
59.07
Houghton Rd. - Valencia to Old Spanish Trail
Valencia to Old Spanish Trail
Roadway widening
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
11500
0
0
C
Tucson
30800
11800
0
0
C
RTA RTA 2500
0
0
C
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
0
RTA-32c
61.07
Houghton Rd. @ UPRR
@ UPRR Crossing
Reconstruct and widen RR bridge
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
3685
0
0
DC
Tucson
10204
0
0
0
HPP 0
0
0
0
0
0
5000
0
0
C
L=285
STP
Active
0
0
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
82.09
Houghton Rd. Wildlife Design Study
I-10 to Speedway
Study to determine wildlife crossing locations
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
34
0
0
Study
Tucson
34
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-42f
108.09
Houghton Road: UPRR Bridge to I-10
UPRR Bridge to I-10
Widen Houghton Rd. to six-lane divided cross section
2.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
52
0
D
Tucson
9369
0
0
0
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
8000
0
0
C
L=456
STP
Active
2
6
RTA-32e
111.07
I2 Maintenance Contract
Software maintenance contract
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
35
0
0
O
Tucson
150
35
0
0
O
RTA RTA 0
0
0
O
0
0
0
O
L=23
0
0
0
O
L=23
Active
0
0
RTA-40e
13.09
Intersection Improvements - Tucson FY 2009
Various locations
Various intersection improvement projects
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
828
0
0
C
Tucson
1600
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bl
43.05
ITS - RTOC - FY08
Regionwide
Traffic monitoring cameras
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
30
0
C
Tucson
530
0
0
0
STP
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
124.04
Kino Parkway Overpass at 22nd St.
22nd and Kino
Construct new Overpass
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
17665
0
0
C
Tucson
29465
11800
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-19c
76.06
Kolb Rd.: Connection to Sabino Canyon
Extend Sabino Canyon south to Kolb
New 4 lane roadway
0.75
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
7846
0
0
C
Tucson
25693
2900
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
11750
0
0
PMT
L=710
STP 350
0
0
PMT
12.6%
Active
0
4
RTA-26
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
80.09
La Paloma Academy Safe Routes to School
Lakeside Parkway and Golf Links Rd.
Construct HAWK at Lakeside Parkway and Golf Links Rd
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
201
0
0
DC
Tucson
201
0
0
0
SR2S 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
112.09
Left Turn Phasing Installations
Various intersections
Modify signals to add left turn phasing
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
25
0
0
C
Tucson
75
25
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bk
83.10
Liberty Bicycle Blvd.
44th St. to Los Reales Rd.
Safe Crossing Signals, Traffic Calming, Signage and Markings
4.85
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
750
48
0
DC
Tucson
798
0
0
0
TEA
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
111.09
Liberty Bike Blvd Design
Los Reales to Cushing St.
Design bike boulevard
7.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
62
0
0
D
Tucson
62
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41cd
7.10
Main/18th Pedestrian Refuge
@Intersection
Construct pedestrian refuge island
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
29
0
0
C
Tucson
30
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37af
11.10
Oaktree/Drexel Pedestrian Refuge
@Intersection
Construct raised pedestrian refuge
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
19
0
0
C
Tucson
20
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37aj
107.08
Park Ave. Transportation Enhancement
Ft. Lowell to Speedway
Construction of path on one side, reconstructed bike lanes
2.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
499
0
0
DC
Tucson
L=100
599
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
57.10
Pavement Preservation
Arterial and Collector Streets
Maintenance and Rehibilitation
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
22
0
0
D
Tucson
8
0
0
0
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
59.10
Pedestrian Crosswalk Countdown Signals
Various locations
Install pedestrian countdown signals
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
0
0
C
Tucson
500
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
15.09
Pima Pedestrian Pathway Enhancement
Pedestrian pathway on Pima between
Pedestrian path
0.50
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
434
0
0
DC
Tucson
L=125
559
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
98.09
Real Time Signal Timing & Traffic Info
Region wide
Demand based, real-time, dynamic traffic signal coordination
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
133
0
0
Study
Tucson
200
67
0
0
Study
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40q
39.08
Regional Transportation Data Network
Various locations
Expand WiFi mesh
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
250
0
0
C
Tucson
1250
250
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40am
71.09
Rita Road
Rita Rd. - I-10 to UPRR
Rita Rd. add turn lanes and sidewalks
1.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
1800
0
C
Tucson
L=350
2250
0
0
0
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
4
4
RTA-36bd
26.05
RR & R - FY10
Various locations
Resurface existing streets
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
4500
3750
225
0
C
STP
12.6%
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
SS73003D
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
178.08
RTDN Mesh Network Expansion
Various locations
Signal Technology Upgrade
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
120
0
0
DC
Tucson
120
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-40ap
12.10
School HAWK Signals - Package I
Various locations
Construct HAWK signals at various school locations
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
527
0
0
C
Tucson
750
200
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37ak
56.06
Silverbell Rd.: Grant to Ina
Grant to Ina
Widen to 4 lanes w/ bike lanes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
6144
6400
0
DR
Tucson
L=8000
61956
4333
0
0
DR
RTA
PCDI
RTA 1664
0
0
C
RTA 8000
0
0
C
RTA 3000
8800
0
C
12.6%
RTA
Active
2
4
RTA-05
57.06
Speedway Blvd
Camino Seco to Houghton
Widen to 4 lanes
2.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
11533
0
0
C
Tucson
25497
4692
0
0
C
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
2
4
RTA-28
85.06
Speedway Blvd.: RR Underpass Reconstruction
Speedway Bl. near I-10
Reconstruct RR underpass
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
175
9640
0
D
Tucson
30000
50
0
0
D
RTA
HPP
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39f
13.10
Speedway/10th HAWK
@Intersection
Construct HAWK signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
150
0
0
C
Tucson
150
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37al
110.09
Speedway/6th Avenue Signal Upgrade
@Intersection
Reconstruct traffic signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
180
0
0
C
Tucson
180
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36bj
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
15.10
Speedway/Arcadia HAWK
@Intersection
Construct HAWK signal
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
147
0
0
DC
Tucson
150
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-37an
4.07
Starr Pass/Mission Rd Intersection
Intersection improvement
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
1400
0
0
C
Tucson
4640
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-36d
30.00
Stone Avenue Gateway: Speedway to Drachman
Speedway to Drachman
Circulation Study & redesign of intersection
0.25
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
2481
0
C
Tucson
9035
732
0
0
C
RTA
12.6%
12.6% 375
0
0
C
12.6% 0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
5
5
S14W
89.09
Streetcar and Transit Museum Displays
Southern Arizona Trans. Museum
Construct Exhibits within Museum
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
499
0
0
DC
Tucson
L=79
578
0
0
0
TEA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
179.08
Transit Priority - FY 2009
Various locations
Signal Technology Upgrade
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
97
0
0
C
Tucson
L=78
175
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
37.09
Transportation Enhancement Pre-design
Citywide
Predesign activities for TE projects
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
72
0
0
D
Tucson
100
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41bb
96.09
University/3rd Street Bike Boulevard
University and 3rd Street
Construct bike boulevard
7.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
90
0
0
C
Tucson
90
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-41cc
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TIP ID
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
3.10
UPRR Nogales Branch Rail Safety
UPRR Nogales branch north of 22nd Street
Study to upgrade rail crossing
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
100
0
0
Study
Tucson
100
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-39l
2.11
Urban Arterial Sign Panel Upgrades
Various
Upgrade traffic sign panels along urban arterial roadways
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
750
0
0
DC
Tucson
750
0
0
0
HSIP 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Active
0
0
72.03
Administrative & Maintenance Facility
near Prince & Romero Dr.
Design & build new facility
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
500
0
0
CO
Tucson
55000
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-46b
ALI 11.43.03
62.10
Bus Purchases
Citywide
Purchase buses
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
181
0
C
Tucson
3178
0
0
0
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
471.00
Bus Replacements
Citywide
Replacement busses
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
7146
767
0
C
Tucson
L=697
71000
5104
488
0
C
L=558
5307
RTA
5307
RTA
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-46
ALI 11.12.01
51.09
Cushing Street Bridge
Cushing St. at Santa Cruz River
New bridge over Santa Cruz
0.25
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
3198
0
C
Tucson
L=3200
17700
0
0
0
12.6%
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
2
73.06
Downtown/University Streetcar
Downtown to UA
Construct new streetcar service incl maint. facility
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
35880
35880
10000
C
Tucson
L=7885
196531
16572
14772
8000
C
L=1852
RTA
TIGE
5309
RTA
TIGER
5309
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-50
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
108.06
Houghton/Broadway, Houghton Old Vail
Park-and-Rides
Design and Construct 2 park and rides
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
1800
0
0
O
Tucson
3260
1000
0
0
O
RTA RTA 400
0
0
O
RTA 30
0
0
O
RTA
Transit
30
0
0
O
RTA
Active
0
0
RTA-51e
143.08
JARC Administration - Tucson
N/A
Administration for 5316 Competitive Selection Process
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
36
0
0
O
Tucson
55
11
0
0
O
5316 5316 11
0
0
O
5316 11
0
0
O
5316
Transit
11
0
0
O
5316
Active
0
0
145.08
New Freedoms Administration - Tucson
N/A
Administration for 5317 Competitive Selection Process
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
18
0
0
O
Tucson
48
6
0
0
O
5317 5317 6
0
0
O
5317 6
0
0
O
5317
Transit
6
0
0
O
5317
Active
0
0
68.03
Preventative Maintenance
SunTran & VanTran
Provide capital maintenance
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
2110
0
0
C
Tucson
L=528
50000
2109
0
0
C
L=527
5307 5307 0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
11.7A.00
109.06
Rita Ranch Park-and-Ride
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
807
0
0
DRC
Tucson
1950
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-51f
64.03
Security for Transit
1% of FTA Apportionment Required
Install
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
121
0
0
O
Tucson
L=30
755
121
0
0
O
L=30
5307 5307 121
0
0
O
L=30
5307 121
0
0
O
L=30
5307
Transit
121
0
0
O
L=30
5307
Active
0
0
95.06
Sun Tran - Express Service Expansion
Expand existing express routes and add new routes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
1387
0
0
O
Tucson
11058
0
0
0
RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-49a
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
70.06
Sun Tran - Weekday Evening Service Expansion
Expand weekday evening service along major routes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
2300
0
0
O
Tucson
37717
3031
0
0
O
RTA RTA 13800
0
0
O
RTA 13666
0
0
O
RTA
Transit
13647
0
0
O
RTA
Active
0
0
RTA-44
94.06
Sun Tran - Weekend Service Expansion
Expand weekend service along major routes
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : ANALYZED
1082
0
0
O
Tucson
19168
1210
0
0
O
RTA RTA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
RTA-45
27.03
Sun Van Replacement Vans
Citywide
Purchase replacement paratransit vehicles
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
3200
0
0
O
Tucson
L=544
18720
3200
0
0
O
L=544
5307 5307 3200
0
0
O
L=544
5307 3200
0
0
O
L=544
5307
Transit
3200
0
0
O
L=544
5307
Active
0
0
ALI 11.12.15
77.08
Support Vehicles - Sun Tran
Support vehicles for Sun Tran operations
Support vehicles for Sun Tran operations
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
104
0
0
C
Tucson
L=26
380
0
0
0
5307 0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
67.07
Transit Enhancements - SunTran
Systemwide
Minor enhancements to stops and other facilities
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
150
0
0
C
Tucson
L=9
421
50
0
0
C
L=3
STP STP 50
0
0
C
L=3
STP 50
0
0
C
L=3
STP
Transit
50
0
0
C
L=3
STP
Active
0
0
32.03
Transit Enhancements/ADA
Citywide
1% of FTA Apportionment
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
121
0
0
C
Tucson
L=30
755
121
0
0
C
L=30
5307 5307 121
0
0
C
L=30
5307 121
0
0
C
L=30
5307
Transit
121
0
0
C
L=30
5307
Active
0
0
66.03
Transit Grant Administration
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
195
0
0
O
Tucson
L=49
2714
195
0
0
O
L=49
5307 5307 0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Active
0
0
ALI 11.79.00
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMINI
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
AIR QUALITY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDING
(IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FISCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016
Pima Association of Governments 2012-2016 TIP Projects Approved
TIP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local ID
State/Fed ID
BMP EMP
71.06
Van Tran / Paratransit Expansion
Expand ADA paratransit services regionwide
0.00
AIR QUALITY STATUS : EXEMPT
2500
0
0
O
Tucson
2500
3100
0
0
O
RTA RTA 3400
0
0
O
RTA 4100
0
0
O
RTA
Transit
4600
0
0
O
RTA
Active
0
0
RTA-47
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PIMA COUNTY
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SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
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AIRPORT
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AIRFIELD
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2012
2013
2014
2015
2012
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2014
2015
2016
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Miles
0 5 10
Miles
0 10 20
Miles
Transportation Improvement Program
CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
2016
PAG 2012-2016 TIP
PAG Tech Services March 2011.
Map is for illustrative purposes only.
Arivaca Rd
PINAL COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
PIMA COUNTY
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
MARANA
AIRPORT
RYAN
AIRFIELD
Pima
Mine
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Valencia Rd
Valencia Rd
O
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R
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Saguaro Nat'l
Park West
Saguaro
Nat'l Park
East
Downtown
Downtown
Drexel Rd
Tohono O'odham Nation
San Xavier District
Tohono O'odham Nation
Schuk Toak District
Pascua
Yaqui Tribe
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APPENDIX 2
Fiscal
Constraint
Analysis



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HISTORICAL TIP REVENUES






































* Includes $2,317,653 of STAN Funding

State HURF Revenues Distributed to PAG
Fiscal Year 2.6% Funds 12.6% Funds
1993 2,786,762 15,949,693
1994 2,910,460 14,516,266
1995 3,084,403 14,703,127
1996 3,227,427 15,712,857
1997 3,774,982 15,012,824
1998 3,660,930 14,026,680
1999 4,568,095 16,519,676
2000 4,879,583 17,845,269
2001 4,833,927 18,597,617
2002 4,844,033 17,544,352
2003 4,441,679 17,542,369
2004 3,977,717 19,128,680
2005 3,708,764 15,904,727
2006 4,866,177 20,765,239
2007 6,786,329 22,308,091
2008 8,534,172* 23,413,319
2009 4,320,453 19,770,000
2010 4,104,000 17,497,000
Estimated Revenues
2011 4,186,000 18,489,000
2012 4,270,000 19,741,000
2013 4,355,000 21,071,000
2014 4,442,000 20,000,000
2015 4,531,000 17,425,000
2016 4,500,000 17,000,000

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Federal STP Funds Distributed to PAG
Fiscal Year STP Urban STP Outside Urban
Obligation Ceiling
Factor
Spendable
Resources
1996 5,536,658 1,568,339 1.08520090000 7,710,349
1997 9,860,433 2,396,396 .94590484000 11,593,794
1998 8,127,189 1,895,414 .89591293000 8,979,380
1999 9,725,368 5,428,456 .87878370625 13,316,934
2000 10,589,429 5,428,456 .85946884777 13,766,873
2001 11,619,321 5,428,456 .88766016800 15,132,633
2002 12,265,462 5,428,456 .91033767761 16,107,440
2003 9,531,861 5,428,456 1.04202376964 15,589,006
2004 11,182,441 5,428,456 1.07113588969 17,792,528
2005 12,400,376 5,428,456 1.03203290224 18,399,941
2006 * 10,723,632 5,428,456 .93307953300 15,071,182
2007 12,945,165 5,428,456 .91776530800 16,862,672
2008 13,320,764 5,428,456 .95287208238 17,865,608
2009 14,857,789 5,428,456 1.0000000000 20,286245
2010 17,661,701 5,428,456 1.0000000000 23,090157
Estimated Revenues
2010 14,571,474 5,428,456 1.0 20,000,000
2011 14,571,474 5,428,526 1.0 20,000,000
2012 14,571,474 5,428,526 1.0 20,000,000
2013 14,571,474 5,428,526 1.0 20,000,000
2014 12,571,474 5,428,526 1.0 18,000,000
2015 11,821,474 5,428,526 1.0 17,250,000
2016 15,571,474 5,428,526 1.0 21,000,000
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State Discretionary Funds
(a combination of state and federal funding, the
amounts shown are the amounts provided for
programming.)
Fiscal Year
Amount provided to PAG
area
2006 57,940,000
2007 57,275,000
2008 96,422,000 *
2009 50,005,000
2010 67,310,000
2011 64,400,000
2012 71,800,000
2013 64,501,000
2014 57,835,000
2015 60,100,000
2016 37,250,000
* includes $4,600,000 and $4,320,000 in supplemental
state discretionary and RABA

NOTE: Funding does not include additional State Bond (SB) and State Transportation Needs
Acceleration (STAN) funding.




















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Fiscal Constraint Analysis
(000s)
Fund type
2.6% 12.6% PDAF STP RTA** 5307 5310
Carry Forward from FY 11
27080

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FY12 Expenses
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FY13 Expenses
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FY14 Expenses
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FY15 Expenses
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Balance/Carry Forward
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FY16 Expenses
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* Expenses include financial accounting such as debt service which are not listed in the project tables.
** Based on programmed amounts with the assumption that bonding will advance additional funding as
needed. Assumed issuance of $135,000,000 in revenue bonds during FY2011. Continued bonding or
expenditure reductions will be necessary for RTA projects beginning construction after FY2012.

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APPENDIX 3
Glossary
of
Funding Sources



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APPENDIX 3 - GLOSSARY OF FUNDING SOURCES

2.6% Highway User Revenue Funds reserved for state highways
12.6% Highway User Revenue Funds (HURF)
5307 Federal Transit Administration (FTA) formula funds (Urbanized Area Transit)
5309 FTA Capital Investment Grants & Loans (New starts)
5310 FTA funds (Elderly & Disabled Transit)
5311 FTA Rural Transit
5316 FTA Job Access and Reverse Commute Program
5317 FTA New Freedom Program
ADEQ Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
ASTP Federal STP funds programmed by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT)
BOND Local jurisdiction bond funds
BR ADOT Federal bridge funds
DIFO Local funds generated by development impact fee ordinances
FAA Federal Aviation Administration
FR09S Federal Recovery Act of 2009 State
FR09L Federal Recovery Act of 2009 Local
FR09E Federal Recovery Act of 2009 Enhancements
HELP Highway Expansion Loan Program (state infrastructure bank)
HPP Federal high priority project funds
HES Federal Safety Program funds programmed by ADOT
HSIP Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program
IM Federal Interstate Maintenance program
LTAF Local Transportation Assistance Fund (state lottery funds)
LOCAL Local jurisdiction sources
NH Federal National Highway system
PCBOND Pima County Bonds
PDAF Project Development Activity Funds (subcategory of 12.6%)
PLH Public Lands - Highways (Federal)
PVT Private Contributions
RTA Regional Transportation Authority
SAF State Aviation Funds
STATE Non Federal State funds
SB State Bond (supplemental funding for improvements to the state system that is
available by the increased ADOT bonding cap approved by the State Legislature in
2006)
STP Federal Surface Transportation Program funds programmed by PAG
STPX Federal Surface Transportation Program funds programmed by PAG which are
intended to participate in the States HURF Exchange Program
TEA Transportation Enhancement Funds programmed by ADOT
TENH STP funds programmed by PAG for Transit Enhancement Purposes
TIGER TIGER discretionary grant

The local share for roadway and transit improvements refers to funds contributed by local
governments and does not include any federal or state funds. The local share for airport
improvements sponsored by the Tucson Airport Authority does not include any contributions by local
governments but represents revenue derived from the operation of the airport. Airport improvements
sponsored by Pima County include revenue from the operation of county-owned airports plus Pima
County general funds.

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TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
131.00 Tucson 22nd Street: I-10 to Tucson Blvd. $325,000 Total for FY 2000
131.00 Tucson 22nd Street: I-10 to Tucson Blvd. $592,670 Total for FY 2008
131.00 Tucson 22nd Street: I-10 to Tucson Blvd. $1,392,480 Total for FY 2009
131.00 Tucson 22nd Street: I-10 to Tucson Blvd. $2,746,282 Total for FY 2010
131.00 Tucson 22nd Street: I-10 to Tucson Blvd. $6,763,240 Total for FY 2011
$11,819,674 Grand total
162.08 Tucson 2nd Ave/Speedway Pedestrian Refuge $15,608 Total for FY 2010
$15,608 Grand total
63.08 South Tucson 31st and 6th Ave. Pedestrian Crossing $132,851 Total for FY 2010
63.08 South Tucson 31st and 6th Ave. Pedestrian Crossing $5,973 Total for FY 2011
$138,825 Grand total
64.08 South Tucson 34th St. and 6th Ave. Pedestrian Crossing $154,251 Total for FY 2010
64.08 South Tucson 34th St. and 6th Ave. Pedestrian Crossing $5,576 Total for FY 2011
$159,827 Grand total
189.00 South Tucson 36th St. $100,000 Total for FY 2006
189.00 South Tucson 36th St. $50,000 Total for FY 2007
189.00 South Tucson 36th St. $84,758 Total for FY 2008
189.00 South Tucson 36th St. $1,336,732 Total for FY 2009
189.00 South Tucson 36th St. $47,828 Total for FY 2010
$1,619,318 Grand total
38.09 Tucson 4th Ave. Bike Blvd. $0 Total for FY 2011
38.09 Tucson 4th Ave. Bike Blvd. $104,431 Total for FY 2010
38.09 Tucson 4th Ave. Bike Blvd. $17,070 Total for FY 2011
$121,502 Grand total
79.07 Tucson 5 Points Pedestrian Improvements SS776 03D $100,090 Total for FY 2009
79.07 Tucson 5 Points Pedestrian Improvements $1,308 Total for FY 2011
$101,398 Grand total
94.07 Tucson 6th Ave Bike Lanes $324,480 Total for FY 2009
94.07 Tucson 6th Ave Bike Lanes $181,893 Total for FY 2010
$506,374 Grand total
163.08 Tucson 6th St/Highland Intersection Improvements $116,568 Total for FY 2011
$116,568 Grand total
163.07 Tucson ADA Improvements - Various locations $244,660 Total for FY 2008
163.07 Tucson ADA Improvements - Various locations $1,043,661 Total for FY 2009
163.07 Tucson ADA Improvements - Various locations $11,770 Total for FY 2010
163.07 Tucson ADA Improvements - Various locations $46,758 Total for FY 2011
$1,346,850 Grand total
148.07 Tucson ADA Pedestrian Access to Bus Stop Study $13,219 Total for FY 2009
148.07 Tucson ADA Pedestrian Access to Bus Stop Study $11,891 Total for FY 2010
148.07 Tucson ADA Pedestrian Access to Bus Stop Study $19,301 Total for FY 2011
148.07 Tucson ADA Pedestrian Access to Bus Stop Study $1,073 Total for FY 2012
$45,486 Grand total
149.07 Pima County ADA Transition Plan Update $40,396 Total for FY 2010
149.07 Pima County ADA Transition Plan Update $9,720 Total for FY 2011
$50,116 Grand total
36.10 Pima County ADA Transition Plan Update Phase 2 $29,472 Total for FY 2011
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
$29,472 Grand total
67.10 Sahuarita ARRA - Mill & Replace $323 Total for FY 2011
$323 Grand total
63.10 Tucson ARRA - Regional Traffic Operations Improvements SS89701C $200,000 Total for FY 2011
$200,000 Grand total
72.03 Tucson Transit Administrative & Maintenance Facility $142,693 Total for FY 2007
72.03 Tucson Transit Administrative & Maintenance Facility $1,153,685 Total for FY 2008
72.03 Tucson Transit Administrative & Maintenance Facility $10,285,334 Total for FY 2009
72.03 Tucson Transit Administrative & Maintenance Facility $6,136,804 Total for FY 2010
72.03 Tucson Transit Administrative & Maintenance Facility $2,039,906 Total for FY 2011
$19,758,424 Grand total
162.07 Pima County Agua Caliente - Safe Routes to School $84,885 Total for FY 2009
162.07 Pima County Agua Caliente - Safe Routes to School $380,763 Total for FY 2010
162.07 Pima County Agua Caliente - Safe Routes to School $2,212 Total for FY 2011
$467,860 Grand total
102.06 RTA Ajo Circulator Service $20,893 Total for FY 2008
102.06 RTA Ajo Circulator Service $41,567 Total for FY 2009
102.06 RTA Ajo Circulator Service $135,230 Total for FY 2010
$197,691 Grand total
8.08 Pima County Alvernon Way and Valencia Rd. Intersection $176,759 Total for FY 2011
$176,759 Grand total
41.05 Tucson Armory Park/Santa Rita Park Enhancement Project $3,630 Total for FY 2010
41.05 Tucson Armory Park/Santa Rita Park Enhancement Project $69 Total for FY 2011
$3,699 Grand total
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $400,000 Total for FY 1998
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $330,000 Total for FY 1999
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $809,000 Total for FY 2000
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $97,540 Total for FY 2001
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $2,241,502 Total for FY 2005
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $2,876,773 Total for FY 2006
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $2,090,218 Total for FY 2007
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $13,174,522 Total for FY 2008
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $12,939,793 Total for FY 2009
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $5,868,240 Total for FY 2010
246.00 Tucson Barraza Aviation Parkway - 4th Ave. $120,759 Total for FY 2011
$40,948,350 Grand total
75.08 Pima County Bike Lane Package 2 $94,842 Total for FY 2010
75.08 Pima County Bike Lane Package 2 $97,778 Total for FY 2011
$192,621 Grand total
120.08 Tucson Bike Lane Package 2 - Design $32,212 Total for FY 2008
120.08 Tucson Bike Lane Package 2 - Design $58,517 Total for FY 2009
120.08 Tucson Bike Lane Package 2 - Design $104,877 Total for FY 2010
120.08 Tucson Bike Lane Package 2 - Design $322,890 Total for FY 2011
$518,497 Grand total
39.09 Tucson Bike Lane Package II - Construction - City of Tucson $4,901 Total for FY 2010
$4,901 Grand total
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
249.00 Tucson Broadway Bike Overpass SL421 01C $965,506 Total for FY 1999
249.00 Tucson Broadway Bike Overpass SL421 01C $810,000 Total for FY 2002
249.00 Tucson Broadway Bike Overpass SL421 01C $600,000 Total for FY 2003
249.00 Tucson Broadway Bike Overpass SL421 01C $-59 Total for FY 2011
$2,375,447 Grand total
22.05 Tucson Broadway Blvd. - Euclid to Country Club $74,384 Total for FY 2008
22.05 Tucson Broadway Blvd. - Euclid to Country Club $133,180 Total for FY 2009
22.05 Tucson Broadway Blvd. - Euclid to Country Club $1,298,131 Total for FY 2010
22.05 Tucson Broadway Blvd. - Euclid to Country Club $1,529,927 Total for FY 2011
22.05 Tucson Broadway Blvd. - Euclid to Country Club $81,607 Total for FY 2012
$3,117,230 Grand total
10.10 Tucson Broadway/Old Spanish Trail Pelican $136 Total for FY 2011
$136 Grand total
152.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 1 $22,858 Total for FY 2008
152.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 1 $297,642 Total for FY 2009
152.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 1 $299,662 Total for FY 2010
152.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 1 $326,915 Total for FY 2011
$947,079 Grand total
153.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 2 $20,199 Total for FY 2008
153.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 2 $313,493 Total for FY 2009
153.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 2 $174,082 Total for FY 2010
$507,775 Grand total
154.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 3 $45,197 Total for FY 2008
154.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 3 $232,525 Total for FY 2009
154.07 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 3 $139,969 Total for FY 2010
$417,691 Grand total
165.08 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 4 $31,692 Total for FY 2009
165.08 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 4 $282,291 Total for FY 2010
165.08 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 4 $326,118 Total for FY 2011
$640,102 Grand total
69.09 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 5 $117,057 Total for FY 2010
69.09 Tucson Bus Pullout Projects, Package 5 $209,809 Total for FY 2011
$326,867 Grand total
62.10 Tucson Transit Bus Purchases $2,997,000 Total for FY 2011
$2,997,000 Grand total
471.00 Tucson Transit Bus Replacements $1,000,000 Total for FY 1999
471.00 Tucson Transit Bus Replacements $-158,608 Total for FY 2005
471.00 Tucson Transit Bus Replacements $1,118,509 Total for FY 2008
471.00 Tucson Transit Bus Replacements $4,410,593 Total for FY 2009
471.00 Tucson Transit Bus Replacements $1,155,790 Total for FY 2010
471.00 Tucson Transit Bus Replacements $42,552 Total for FY 2011
471.00 Tucson Transit Bus Replacements $89 Total for FY 2012
$7,568,928 Grand total
34.10 Oro Valley Calle Concordia Bike Lane $73,531 Total for FY 2011
$73,531 Grand total
45.08 Tucson Camino Seco/Wrightstown Intersection Improvements $89,086 Total for FY 2010
45.08 Tucson Camino Seco/Wrightstown Intersection Improvements $64,239 Total for FY 2011
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
$153,325 Grand total
181.08 Marana Camino de Manana Wildlife Crossings $60,424 Total for FY 2010
181.08 Marana Camino de Manana Wildlife Crossings $586,735 Total for FY 2011
$647,159 Grand total
63.01 Pima County Camino de Oeste - Phase 1 $14,398 Total for FY 2009
63.01 Pima County Camino de Oeste - Phase 1 $32,599 Total for FY 2010
63.01 Pima County Camino de Oeste - Phase 1 $114,754 Total for FY 2011
$161,752 Grand total
561.00 Marana Camino de la Manana/Dove Mtn. Extn. $724,957 Total for FY 2008
561.00 Marana Camino de la Manana/Dove Mtn. Extn. $294,713 Total for FY 2009
561.00 Marana Camino de la Manana/Dove Mtn. Extn. $969,155 Total for FY 2011
561.00 Marana Camino de la Manana/Dove Mtn. Extn. $2,271,045 Total for FY 2010
561.00 Marana Camino de la Manana/Dove Mtn. Extn. $4,537,248 Total for FY 2011
$8,797,120 Grand total
36.09 Sahuarita Camino de las Quintas Sidewalk $420,000 Total for FY 2010
$420,000 Grand total
32.06 Tucson Campbell Ave Revitalization SS632 03D $28,428 Total for FY 2006
32.06 Tucson Campbell Ave Revitalization SS632 03D $75,250 Total for FY 2008
32.06 Tucson Campbell Ave Revitalization SS632 03D $95,887 Total for FY 2009
32.06 Tucson Campbell Ave Revitalization $1,220 Total for FY 2010
$200,785 Grand total
105.06 Pascua Yaqui Casino del Sol Park-and-Ride $16,034 Total for FY 2010
$16,034 Grand total
161.08 Tucson Church/Franklin Island Modification for Bikes $28,854 Total for FY 2010
$28,854 Grand total
105.08 Tucson Columbus Corridor Pedestrian Path $3,337 Total for FY 2010
$3,337 Grand total
31.06 Pima County Continental School Safe Routes to School $25,403 Total for FY 2011
31.06 Pima County Continental School Safe Routes to School $43,330 Total for FY 2012
$68,733 Grand total
32.09 Marana Cortaro Rd. Widening and Striping $578 Total for FY 2011
$578 Grand total
109.09 Oro Valley Count Down Pedestrian Heads $24,826 Total for FY 2011
$24,826 Grand total
51.09 Tucson Transit Cushing Street Bridge $1,971 Total for FY 2011
51.09 Tucson Transit Cushing Street Bridge $1,034 Total for FY 2012
$3,005 Grand total
57.08 Tucson Detection cameras $401,727 Total for FY 2009
57.08 Tucson Detection cameras $425,468 Total for FY 2010
$827,195 Grand total
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $105,002 Total for FY 2005
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $219,355 Total for FY 2006
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $808,543 Total for FY 2007
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $725,075 Total for FY 2008
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $136,292 Total for FY 2009
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $81,061 Total for FY 2008
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $1,211,033 Total for FY 2009
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $3,116,031 Total for FY 2010
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $3,082,178 Total for FY 2011
81.04 Tucson Downtown Links $93,511 Total for FY 2012
$9,578,087 Grand total
73.06 Tucson Transit Downtown/University Streetcar $308,538 Total for FY 2008
73.06 Tucson Transit Downtown/University Streetcar $5,033,121 Total for FY 2009
73.06 Tucson Transit Downtown/University Streetcar $4,785,415 Total for FY 2010
73.06 Tucson Transit Downtown/University Streetcar $15,472,614 Total for FY 2011
73.06 Tucson Transit Downtown/University Streetcar $9,063 Total for FY 2012
$25,608,753 Grand total
83.07 Tucson El Paso & Southwestern Greenway $76,958 Total for FY 2008
83.07 Tucson El Paso & Southwestern Greenway $267,562 Total for FY 2009
83.07 Tucson El Paso & Southwestern Greenway $541,051 Total for FY 2010
83.07 Tucson El Paso & Southwestern Greenway $379,237 Total for FY 2011
$1,264,809 Grand total
21.10 Pima County Flowing Wells Bike Lanes $21,903 Total for FY 2011
$21,903 Grand total
3.07 Tucson Ft Lowell/Campbell Intersection $63 Total for FY 2007
3.07 Tucson Ft Lowell/Campbell Intersection $204,729 Total for FY 2008
3.07 Tucson Ft Lowell/Campbell Intersection $223,222 Total for FY 2009
3.07 Tucson Ft Lowell/Campbell Intersection $1,519,499 Total for FY 2010
3.07 Tucson Ft Lowell/Campbell Intersection $2,257,473 Total for FY 2011
$4,204,988 Grand total
87.09 Tucson Glenn Street Neighborhood Improvement Project $17,859 Total for FY 2011
$17,859 Grand total
4.01 Tucson Golf Links/Kolb Rd. Intersection Improvement $183,390 Total for FY 2011
4.01 Tucson Golf Links/Kolb Rd. Intersection Improvement $321,985 Total for FY 2012
$505,375 Grand total
2.07 Tucson Golf Links/Wilmot Intersection $245,809 Total for FY 2008
2.07 Tucson Golf Links/Wilmot Intersection $64,750 Total for FY 2009
2.07 Tucson Golf Links/Wilmot Intersection $145,965 Total for FY 2010
2.07 Tucson Golf Links/Wilmot Intersection $73 Total for FY 2011
2.07 Tucson Golf Links/Wilmot Intersection $189,621 Total for FY 2010
2.07 Tucson Golf Links/Wilmot Intersection $981,223 Total for FY 2011
$1,627,444 Grand total
55.06 Tucson Grant Rd. - Oracle to Swan $1,786,208 Total for FY 2008
55.06 Tucson Grant Rd. - Oracle to Swan $1,541,463 Total for FY 2009
55.06 Tucson Grant Rd. - Oracle to Swan $4,492,324 Total for FY 2010
55.06 Tucson Grant Rd. - Oracle to Swan $5,715,119 Total for FY 2011
55.06 Tucson Grant Rd. - Oracle to Swan $894,616 Total for FY 2012
$14,429,732 Grand total
1.07 Tucson Grant/Craycroft Intersection $112,152 Total for FY 2008
1.07 Tucson Grant/Craycroft Intersection $1,202,690 Total for FY 2009
1.07 Tucson Grant/Craycroft Intersection $6,091,221 Total for FY 2010
1.07 Tucson Grant/Craycroft Intersection $364,464 Total for FY 2011
$7,770,530 Grand total
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
89.08 Sahuarita Great Expectations School Flasher Assembly $20,976 Total for FY 2010
$20,976 Grand total
155.07 Tucson HAWK beacon at 6th Ave and 14th St. $4,673 Total for FY 2008
155.07 Tucson HAWK beacon at 6th Ave and 14th St. $89,660 Total for FY 2009
155.07 Tucson HAWK beacon at 6th Ave and 14th St. $56 Total for FY 2010
155.07 Tucson HAWK beacon at 6th Ave and 14th St. $1,984 Total for FY 2010
$96,375 Grand total
156.07 Tucson HAWK beacon at Stone Ave, and Cushing St. $4,484 Total for FY 2008
156.07 Tucson HAWK beacon at Stone Ave, and Cushing St. $94,066 Total for FY 2009
156.07 Tucson HAWK beacon at Stone Ave, and Cushing St. $2,259 Total for FY 2010
$100,810 Grand total
155.08 Tucson HAWKS - City of Tucson FY 2009 $1,320,871 Total for FY 2009
155.08 Tucson HAWKS - City of Tucson FY 2009 $142,183 Total for FY 2010
155.08 Tucson HAWKS - City of Tucson FY 2009 $104,197 Total for FY 2011
155.08 Tucson HAWKS - City of Tucson FY 2009 $5,832 Total for FY 2012
$1,573,086 Grand total
111.00 Oro Valley Hardy Rd $35,931 Total for FY 2006
111.00 Oro Valley Hardy Rd $473,799 Total for FY 2010
111.00 Oro Valley Hardy Rd $533,200 Total for FY 2011
$1,042,931 Grand total
104.09 Tucson Harrison/Irvington Signalization $32,263 Total for FY 2011
$32,263 Grand total
150.08 Pascua Yaqui Health Center to Senior Center Sidewalk Project $183,432 Total for FY 2010
$183,432 Grand total
60.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. #0 - I-10 to Valencia $1,558,152 Total for FY 2008
60.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. #0 - I-10 to Valencia $1,001,697 Total for FY 2009
60.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. #0 - I-10 to Valencia $6,180,358 Total for FY 2010
60.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. #0 - I-10 to Valencia $2,913,910 Total for FY 2011
60.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. #0 - I-10 to Valencia $183,085 Total for FY 2012
$11,837,204 Grand total
58.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. - Old Spanish Trail to Tanque Verde $611,828 Total for FY 2008
58.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. - Old Spanish Trail to Tanque Verde $582,543 Total for FY 2009
58.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. - Old Spanish Trail to Tanque Verde $459,560 Total for FY 2010
58.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. - Old Spanish Trail to Tanque Verde $260,464 Total for FY 2011
$1,914,397 Grand total
59.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. - Valencia to Old Spanish Trail $1,873,258 Total for FY 2008
59.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. - Valencia to Old Spanish Trail $507,963 Total for FY 2009
59.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. - Valencia to Old Spanish Trail $278,110 Total for FY 2010
$2,659,333 Grand total
61.07 Tucson Houghton Rd. @ UPRR $13 Total for FY 2010
$13 Grand total
38.07 Pima County Houghton Rd./Sahuarita Rd. Intersection $151,317 Total for FY 2008
38.07 Pima County Houghton Rd./Sahuarita Rd. Intersection $1,908,587 Total for FY 2009
38.07 Pima County Houghton Rd./Sahuarita Rd. Intersection $440,094 Total for FY 2010
$2,500,000 Grand total
108.06 Tucson Transit Houghton/Broadway, Houghton Old Vail Park-and-Rides $2,002,434 Total for FY 2009
108.06 Tucson Transit Houghton/Broadway, Houghton Old Vail Park-and-Rides $3,542 Total for FY 2010
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
108.06 Tucson Transit Houghton/Broadway, Houghton Old Vail Park-and-Rides $32,434 Total for FY 2010
108.06 Tucson Transit Houghton/Broadway, Houghton Old Vail Park-and-Rides $194,692 Total for FY 2011
$2,233,103 Grand total
32.10 Tucson Hughes Access/Alvernon Bike Lane $37,843 Total for FY 2011
$37,843 Grand total
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H5799 01D $1,151,445 Total for FY 2000
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H5799 01D $311,050 Total for FY 2002
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H5799 01D $52,400 Total for FY 2001
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H6202 01D $5,500,000 Total for FY 2002
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H5799 01D $124,222 Total for FY 2003
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H6434 01D $462,358 Total for FY 2004
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H3189 01R $4,017,975 Total for FY 2005
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H3135 02C $47,170 Total for FY 2006
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H643401C $241,270 Total for FY 2007
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H643401C 180,065,979 Total for FY 2006
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H643401C $1,045,478 Total for FY 2007
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H643401C $95,712,415 Total for FY 2008
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H643401C $148,691 Total for FY 2009
9.00 ADOT I-10: 29th St. to Prince H643401C $5,230 Total for FY 2010
288,885,684 Grand total
110.01 Pima County I-19: NB Frontage Rd. - Part 2 $8,000 Total for FY 2002
110.01 Pima County I-19: NB Frontage Rd. - Part 2 $2,000 Total for FY 2003
110.01 Pima County I-19: NB Frontage Rd. - Part 2 $829,801 Total for FY 2008
110.01 Pima County I-19: NB Frontage Rd. - Part 2 $2,220,863 Total for FY 2009
110.01 Pima County I-19: NB Frontage Rd. - Part 2 H7191 01C $3,869,334 Total for FY 2010
110.01 Pima County I-19: NB Frontage Rd. - Part 2 H7191 01C $2,882,000 Total for FY 2011
$9,812,000 Grand total
111.07 Tucson I2 Maintenance Contract $46,000 Total for FY 2009
111.07 Tucson I2 Maintenance Contract $23,000 Total for FY 2011
$69,000 Grand total
60.10 Tucson ISTEA 4, PHASE B SS40801C $-32,206 Total for FY 2010
$-32,206 Grand total
39.07 Pascua Yaqui Ignacio M. Baumea $3,139,756 Total for FY 2010
39.07 Pascua Yaqui Ignacio M. Baumea $837,259 Total for FY 2011
$3,977,016 Grand total
110.07 Pima County Ina Rd Corridor Signal Timing $155,390 Total for FY 2009
110.07 Pima County Ina Rd Corridor Signal Timing $14,460 Total for FY 2010
110.07 Pima County Ina Rd Corridor Signal Timing $50,323 Total for FY 2011
$220,174 Grand total
19.08 Pima County Ina Rd. and Oracle Rd. Intersection Improvement $62,253 Total for FY 2011
19.08 Pima County Ina Rd. and Oracle Rd. Intersection Improvement $9,988 Total for FY 2012
$72,241 Grand total
13.09 Tucson Intersection Improvements - Tucson FY 2009 $260,744 Total for FY 2010
13.09 Tucson Intersection Improvements - Tucson FY 2009 $510,911 Total for FY 2011
13.09 Tucson Intersection Improvements - Tucson FY 2009 $6,858 Total for FY 2012
$778,514 Grand total
41.09 Tucson Ironwood Hills Drive Sidewalks (Design) $5,649 Total for FY 2010
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
$5,649 Grand total
42.09 Pima County Julian Wash Greenway/Pantano River Park R/W $225,689 Total for FY 2011
$225,689 Grand total
76.06 Tucson Kolb Rd.: Connection to Sabino Canyon $12,057 Total for FY 2009
76.06 Tucson Kolb Rd.: Connection to Sabino Canyon $679,819 Total for FY 2010
76.06 Tucson Kolb Rd.: Connection to Sabino Canyon $1,445,823 Total for FY 2011
$2,137,699 Grand total
158.07 Pima County Kolb and Valencia intersection reconstruction $474,545 Total for FY 2009
158.07 Pima County Kolb and Valencia intersection reconstruction $64,050 Total for FY 2010
158.07 Pima County Kolb and Valencia intersection reconstruction $18,955 Total for FY 2011
158.07 Pima County Kolb and Valencia intersection reconstruction $2,049 Total for FY 2012
$559,601 Grand total
432.00 Oro Valley La Canada $50,000 Total for FY 2006
432.00 Oro Valley La Canada $3,000,000 Total for FY 2010
432.00 Oro Valley La Canada $3,000,000 Total for FY 2011
$6,050,000 Grand total
34.09 Sahuarita La Canada - El Toro Rd. Rail Crossing $298,862 Total for FY 2011
$298,862 Grand total
150.00 Pima County La Canada Dr. #1 - River to Ina $1,212,492 Total for FY 2008
150.00 Pima County La Canada Dr. #1 - River to Ina $759,832 Total for FY 2009
150.00 Pima County La Canada Dr. #1 - River to Ina $3,357,836 Total for FY 2011
$5,330,161 Grand total
35.06 Pima County La Canada Dr. #6 - Ina to Calle Concordia $809,057 Total for FY 2008
35.06 Pima County La Canada Dr. #6 - Ina to Calle Concordia $4,036,610 Total for FY 2009
35.06 Pima County La Canada Dr. #6 - Ina to Calle Concordia $3,346,638 Total for FY 2010
35.06 Pima County La Canada Dr. #6 - Ina to Calle Concordia $6,844,728 Total for FY 2011
$15,037,034 Grand total
41.03 Sahuarita La Canada Phase 3 $70,000 Total for FY 2007
41.03 Sahuarita La Canada Phase 3 $70,000 Total for FY 2008
41.03 Sahuarita La Canada Phase 3 $50,000 Total for FY 2009
41.03 Sahuarita La Canada Phase 3 $50,000 Total for FY 2010
$240,000 Grand total
156.08 Oro Valley La Cholla Bike Improvements $359,357 Total for FY 2009
156.08 Oro Valley La Cholla Bike Improvements $163,642 Total for FY 2010
$523,000 Grand total
87.03 Oro Valley La Cholla Blvd. - Overton to Tangerine $50,000 Total for FY 2006
87.03 Oro Valley La Cholla Blvd. - Overton to Tangerine $77,035 Total for FY 2009
87.03 Oro Valley La Cholla Blvd. - Overton to Tangerine $1,479,453 Total for FY 2010
87.03 Oro Valley La Cholla Blvd. - Overton to Tangerine $18,047 Total for FY 2011
87.03 Oro Valley La Cholla Blvd. - Overton to Tangerine $119,912 Total for FY 2010
$1,744,449 Grand total
789.00 Pima County La Cholla Blvd. - Ruthrauff to River $772,397 Total for FY 2008
789.00 Pima County La Cholla Blvd. - Ruthrauff to River $1,017,850 Total for FY 2009
789.00 Pima County La Cholla Blvd. - Ruthrauff to River $5,039,474 Total for FY 2010
789.00 Pima County La Cholla Blvd. - Ruthrauff to River $7,409,635 Total for FY 2011
$14,239,356 Grand total
115.08 Oro Valley La Cholla Blvd. - Town Limits to Tangerine (Interim Imp.) $730,380 Total for FY 2010
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
$730,380 Grand total
112.09 Tucson Left Turn Phasing Installations $2,061 Total for FY 2011
$2,061 Grand total
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) H5089 01X $81,000 Total for FY 1999
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 06P $50,000 Total for FY 2001
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 07P $50,000 Total for FY 2002
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 06P $50,000 Total for FY 2003
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 09P $50,000 Total for FY 2004
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 10P $50,000 Total for FY 2005
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 11P $50,000 Total for FY 2006
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 06P $50,000 Total for FY 2007
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 06P $50,000 Total for FY 2008
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 14P $50,000 Total for FY 2009
833.00 OWP-ADOT Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) RLTAP 06P $50,000 Total for FY 2010
$581,000 Grand total
152.00 Pima County Magee Rd. - Thornydale to Mona Lisa $656,813 Total for FY 2008
152.00 Pima County Magee Rd. - Thornydale to Mona Lisa $971,315 Total for FY 2009
152.00 Pima County Magee Rd. - Thornydale to Mona Lisa $1,094,832 Total for FY 2011
115.06 Pima County Magee Rd.: Mona Lisa to La Canada $4,930 Total for FY 2008
115.06 Pima County Magee Rd.: Mona Lisa to La Canada $322,093 Total for FY 2009
115.06 Pima County Magee Rd.: Mona Lisa to La Canada $1,043,532 Total for FY 2010
115.06 Pima County Magee Rd.: Mona Lisa to La Canada $3,572,083 Total for FY 2011
115.06 Pima County Magee Rd.: Mona Lisa to La Canada $424,691 Total for FY 2012
$5,367,330 Grand total
3.04 Oro Valley Magee Rd.: Oracle to First $102,452 Total for FY 2009
3.04 Oro Valley Magee Rd.: Oracle to First $90,610 Total for FY 2010
3.04 Oro Valley Magee Rd.: Oracle to First $1,431,937 Total for FY 2011
$1,625,000 Grand total
7.10 Tucson Main/18th Pedestrian Refuge $908 Total for FY 2011
$908 Grand total
8.10 Pima County Manzanita Elementary Safe Routes to School $853 Total for FY 2011
$853 Grand total
113.09 Pima County Marsh Station Road Bridge at Cienega Wash $9,386 Total for FY 2011
113.09 Pima County Marsh Station Road Bridge at Cienega Wash $10,500 Total for FY 2012
$19,887 Grand total
26.01 Tucson Mountain - Roger Rd. to Ft. Lowell Rd. SS535 01C $6,370,199 Total for FY 2008
26.01 Tucson Mountain - Roger Rd. to Ft. Lowell Rd. SS535 01C $242 Total for FY 2009
26.01 Tucson Mountain - Roger Rd. to Ft. Lowell Rd. SS535 01C $10,000,000 Total for FY 2010
26.01 Tucson Mountain - Roger Rd. to Ft. Lowell Rd. SS535 01C $242 Total for FY 2009
26.01 Tucson Mountain - Roger Rd. to Ft. Lowell Rd. SS535 01C $110 Total for FY 2010
26.01 Tucson Mountain - Roger Rd. to Ft. Lowell Rd. SS535 01C $122,889 Total for FY 2011
26.01 Tucson Mountain - Roger Rd. to Ft. Lowell Rd. SS535 01C $2,515,516 Total for FY 2010
$19,009,200 Grand total
41.08 Tucson NTCIP Communications $35,024 Total for FY 2010
$35,024 Grand total
105.02 Oro Valley Naranja Phase I HF152 03D $121,414 Total for FY 2008
105.02 Oro Valley Naranja Phase I HF152 03D $1,745 Total for FY 2009
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
105.02 Oro Valley Naranja Phase I HF152 03D $41,556 Total for FY 2010
105.02 Oro Valley Naranja Phase I HF152 03D $69,488 Total for FY 2011
$234,204 Grand total
11.10 Tucson Oaktree/Drexel Pedestrian Refuge $1,032 Total for FY 2011
$1,032 Grand total
19.05 Sahuarita Old Nogales Highway & Nogales Hwy $50,000 Total for FY 2011
$50,000 Grand total
100.06 Oro Valley Oro Valley Circulator Service $12,908 Total for FY 2007
100.06 Oro Valley Oro Valley Circulator Service $12,148 Total for FY 2009
100.06 Oro Valley Oro Valley Circulator Service $57,496 Total for FY 2011
$82,552 Grand total
107.06 Oro Valley Oro Valley Park-and-Ride $705,019 Total for FY 2008
107.06 Oro Valley Oro Valley Park-and-Ride $839,173 Total for FY 2009
107.06 Oro Valley Oro Valley Park-and-Ride $59,162 Total for FY 2010
$1,603,355 Grand total
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services H5797 01X $572,101 Total for FY 2002
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services $728,000 Total for FY 2003
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services H6523 01X $520,000 Total for FY 2004
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services H6698 01X $527,436 Total for FY 2005
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services H6932 01X $575,000 Total for FY 2006
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services PPG0703P $500,000 Total for FY 2007
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services H6932 01X $500,000 Total for FY 2008
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services PPG0903P $500,000 Total for FY 2009
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services PPG1003P $499,270 Total for FY 2010
85.01 OWP-PAG PAG Consultant Services PPG1103P $200,000 Total for FY 2011
$5,121,807 Grand total
107.08 Tucson Park Ave. Transportation Enhancement $500 Total for FY 2010
107.08 Tucson Park Ave. Transportation Enhancement $1,521 Total for FY 2011
$2,021 Grand total
109.04 Pascua Yaqui Pascua Yaqui Pueblo Path Master Plan #2 $16,871 Total for FY 2009
109.04 Pascua Yaqui Pascua Yaqui Pueblo Path Master Plan #2 $11,607 Total for FY 2010
$28,479 Grand total
52.10 Oro Valley Pavement Preservation $47,000 Total for FY 2011
$47,000 Grand total
57.10 Tucson Pavement Preservation $8,435 Total for FY 2011
$8,435 Grand total
55.10 Sahuarita Pavement Preservation $39,000 Total for FY 2011
$39,000 Grand total
51.10 Marana Pavement Preservation $33,000 Total for FY 2011
$33,000 Grand total
57.10 Tucson Pavement Preservation $1,507 Total for FY 2012
$1,507 Grand total
71.07 Pima County Picture Rocks & Desert Winds Safe Routes to School $63,867 Total for FY 2011
71.07 Pima County Picture Rocks & Desert Winds Safe Routes to School $5,218 Total for FY 2012
$69,086 Grand total
103.06 Pima County Pima County Rural Transit Service $190,262 Total for FY 2008
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
103.06 Pima County Pima County Rural Transit Service $10,007 Total for FY 2009
103.06 Pima County Pima County Rural Transit Service $4,902 Total for FY 2010
$205,172 Grand total
87.08 Sahuarita Pima Mine Rd. Bridge Replacement $198,209 Total for FY 2011
$198,209 Grand total
92.08 Sahuarita Pima Mine Rd./Rancho Sahuarita Blvd. Traffic Signal $180,686 Total for FY 2011
$180,686 Grand total
97.06 Pima County Pima Transit/HandiCar Service Expansion $370,751 Total for FY 2008
97.06 Pima County Pima Transit/HandiCar Service Expansion $496,213 Total for FY 2009
97.06 Pima County Pima Transit/HandiCar Service Expansion $478,994 Total for FY 2010
97.06 Pima County Pima Transit/HandiCar Service Expansion $1,836,665 Total for FY 2011
$3,182,625 Grand total
32.01 Tucson RR & R - FY02 - TEA21 #2A SS466 01C $302,170 Total for FY 2003
32.01 Tucson RR & R - FY02 - TEA21 #2A SS466 01C $-80,992 Total for FY 2010
$221,178 Grand total
143.07 Tucson RTA ADA Accessibility Projects, Package 1 $14,955 Total for FY 2008
143.07 Tucson RTA ADA Accessibility Projects, Package 1 $63,671 Total for FY 2009
143.07 Tucson RTA ADA Accessibility Projects, Package 1 $157,744 Total for FY 2010
143.07 Tucson RTA ADA Accessibility Projects, Package 1 $1,305 Total for FY 2011
$237,676 Grand total
144.07 Pima County RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure, Package $449,079 Total for FY 2008
144.07 Pima County RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure, Package $29,949 Total for FY 2009
144.07 Pima County RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure, Package $20,229 Total for FY 2008
144.07 Pima County RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure, Package $369,459 Total for FY 2009
144.07 Pima County RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure, Package $950,020 Total for FY 2010
144.07 Pima County RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure, Package $434,576 Total for FY 2011
144.07 Pima County RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure, Package $1,577 Total for FY 2012
$2,254,892 Grand total
79.09 RTA RTA Bus Pullout Packages #6 - #14 $596,422 Total for FY 2011
79.09 RTA RTA Bus Pullout Packages #6 - #14 $156,108 Total for FY 2012
$752,530 Grand total
145.07 Pima County RTA Sidewalk Package 1 $13,192 Total for FY 2009
145.07 Pima County RTA Sidewalk Package 1 $129,904 Total for FY 2010
145.07 Pima County RTA Sidewalk Package 1 $25,115 Total for FY 2011
145.07 Pima County RTA Sidewalk Package 1 $302 Total for FY 2012
$168,515 Grand total
96.03 OWP-PAG Regional Orthophotos H6698 01X $850,000 Total for FY 2005
96.03 OWP-PAG Regional Orthophotos H6932 01X $700,000 Total for FY 2008
96.03 OWP-PAG Regional Orthophotos PPG1103P $500,000 Total for FY 2011
$2,050,000 Grand total
116.07 OWP-PAG Regional Traffic Signal Services $98,095 Total for FY 2009
116.07 OWP-PAG Regional Traffic Signal Services $88,985 Total for FY 2010
116.07 OWP-PAG Regional Traffic Signal Services $101,440 Total for FY 2011
$288,520 Grand total
39.08 Tucson Regional Transportation Data Network $170,000 Total for FY 2010
39.08 Tucson Regional Transportation Data Network $266,575 Total for FY 2011
$436,575 Grand total
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
109.06 Tucson Transit Rita Ranch Park-and-Ride $1,106 Total for FY 2009
109.06 Tucson Transit Rita Ranch Park-and-Ride $950 Total for FY 2011
$2,056 Grand total
71.09 Tucson Rita Road $50,000 Total for FY 2011
$50,000 Grand total
86.09 ADOT SR 77: Wildlife Crossing Structures $500,000 Total for FY 2011
$500,000 Grand total
33.09 Pima County Sabino Canyon Rd. Bridge $120,279 Total for FY 2010
33.09 Pima County Sabino Canyon Rd. Bridge $257,517 Total for FY 2011
$377,796 Grand total
6.04 Sahuarita Sahuarita Road $1,291,822 Total for FY 2008
6.04 Sahuarita Sahuarita Road $193,146 Total for FY 2009
6.04 Sahuarita Sahuarita Road $4,639,235 Total for FY 2010
$6,124,204 Grand total
21.08 Tucson Sam Hughes Elementary SRTS $27,250 Total for FY 2010
21.08 Tucson Sam Hughes Elementary SRTS $242,693 Total for FY 2011
$269,944 Grand total
30.07 Tohono O'odham San Xavier Elderly/Ped Safety Improvements $50,000 Total for FY 2007
30.07 Tohono O'odham San Xavier Elderly/Ped Safety Improvements $121,731 Total for FY 2009
30.07 Tohono O'odham San Xavier Elderly/Ped Safety Improvements $339,268 Total for FY 2010
$511,000 Grand total
91.09 Tohono O'odham San Xavier Path Mission Gateway-SRTS $44,563 Total for FY 2011
$44,563 Grand total
45.07 Tohono O'odham San Xavier Road Pedestrian Safety Improvements $49,854 Total for FY 2009
45.07 Tohono O'odham San Xavier Road Pedestrian Safety Improvements SS866 03D $300,000 Total for FY 2010
45.07 Tohono O'odham San Xavier Road Pedestrian Safety Improvements SS866 03D $23,575 Total for FY 2011
$373,429 Grand total
12.09 Tohono O'odham San Xavier and Little Nogales Intersection Study $49,920 Total for FY 2010
$49,920 Grand total
12.10 Tucson School HAWK Signals - Package I $22,792 Total for FY 2011
12.10 Tucson School HAWK Signals - Package I $11,171 Total for FY 2012
$33,964 Grand total
11.09 Oro Valley Shannon Road Corridor Study $48,403 Total for FY 2009
11.09 Oro Valley Shannon Road Corridor Study $1,497 Total for FY 2010
$49,900 Grand total
173.08 Tucson Sidewalk Improvements - Tucson FY 2009 $620,987 Total for FY 2009
173.08 Tucson Sidewalk Improvements - Tucson FY 2009 $381,063 Total for FY 2010
173.08 Tucson Sidewalk Improvements - Tucson FY 2009 $357,963 Total for FY 2011
$1,360,014 Grand total
34.07 Tucson Sidewalks Package 1 $131,546 Total for FY 2007
34.07 Tucson Sidewalks Package 1 $558,151 Total for FY 2008
34.07 Tucson Sidewalks Package 1 $102,707 Total for FY 2010
$792,406 Grand total
35.07 Tucson Sidewalks Package 2 $111,602 Total for FY 2008
35.07 Tucson Sidewalks Package 2 $156,930 Total for FY 2009
35.07 Tucson Sidewalks Package 2 $965,467 Total for FY 2010
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
$1,234,000 Grand total
56.06 Tucson Silverbell Rd.: Grant to Ina $10,113 Total for FY 2009
56.06 Tucson Silverbell Rd.: Grant to Ina $1,346,543 Total for FY 2010
56.06 Tucson Silverbell Rd.: Grant to Ina $899,217 Total for FY 2011
$2,255,874 Grand total
556.00 Marana Silverbell Rd.: Ina to Cortaro $268,146 Total for FY 2002
556.00 Marana Silverbell Rd.: Ina to Cortaro $181,853 Total for FY 2003
556.00 Marana Silverbell Rd.: Ina to Cortaro $4,582,000 Total for FY 2009
556.00 Marana Silverbell Rd.: Ina to Cortaro $1,000,000 Total for FY 2010
556.00 Marana Silverbell Rd.: Ina to Cortaro $1,000,000 Total for FY 2011
$7,032,000 Grand total
159.07 Marana Silverbell/Coachline Intersection Improvements $80,688 Total for FY 2009
159.07 Marana Silverbell/Coachline Intersection Improvements $115,303 Total for FY 2010
$195,991 Grand total
69.06 Mainstreet Small Business Assistance $2,788 Total for FY 2010
69.06 Mainstreet Small Business Assistance $211,862 Total for FY 2008
69.06 Mainstreet Small Business Assistance $50,145 Total for FY 2009
69.06 Mainstreet Small Business Assistance $930 Total for FY 2010
69.06 Mainstreet Small Business Assistance $332,215 Total for FY 2009
69.06 Mainstreet Small Business Assistance $473,580 Total for FY 2010
69.06 Mainstreet Small Business Assistance $554,940 Total for FY 2011
69.06 Mainstreet Small Business Assistance $19,497 Total for FY 2012
$1,645,959 Grand total
881.00 South Tucson South 4th Ave. $200,000 Total for FY 2007
881.00 South Tucson South 4th Ave. $38,204 Total for FY 2008
881.00 South Tucson South 4th Ave. $1,066,041 Total for FY 2009
881.00 South Tucson South 4th Ave. $5,362 Total for FY 2010
$1,309,608 Grand total
34.05 South Tucson South 4th Ave. Rehabilitation $566,104 Total for FY 2009
34.05 South Tucson South 4th Ave. Rehabilitation $12,184 Total for FY 2010
34.05 South Tucson South 4th Ave. Rehabilitation $13,287 Total for FY 2011
$591,576 Grand total
57.06 Tucson Speedway Blvd $458,164 Total for FY 2008
57.06 Tucson Speedway Blvd $495,043 Total for FY 2009
57.06 Tucson Speedway Blvd $618,921 Total for FY 2010
57.06 Tucson Speedway Blvd $4,678,247 Total for FY 2011
$6,250,376 Grand total
85.06 Tucson Speedway Blvd.: RR Underpass Reconstruction $24,885 Total for FY 2011
85.06 Tucson Speedway Blvd.: RR Underpass Reconstruction $1,430 Total for FY 2012
$26,316 Grand total
15.10 Tucson Speedway/Arcadia HAWK $3,217 Total for FY 2011
$3,217 Grand total
83.01 Tucson Speedway/Main Intersection $85,343 Total for FY 2007
83.01 Tucson Speedway/Main Intersection $558,011 Total for FY 2008
83.01 Tucson Speedway/Main Intersection $95,625 Total for FY 2009
83.01 Tucson Speedway/Main Intersection $388,115 Total for FY 2010
$1,127,095 Grand total
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
8.09 OWP-PAG Standard Details and Specifications Update $50,000 Total for FY 2009
8.09 OWP-PAG Standard Details and Specifications Update $15,000 Total for FY 2010
$65,000 Grand total
4.07 Tucson Starr Pass/Mission Rd Intersection $1,238 Total for FY 2007
4.07 Tucson Starr Pass/Mission Rd Intersection $193,902 Total for FY 2008
4.07 Tucson Starr Pass/Mission Rd Intersection $218,364 Total for FY 2009
4.07 Tucson Starr Pass/Mission Rd Intersection $114,209 Total for FY 2010
4.07 Tucson Starr Pass/Mission Rd Intersection $2,714,122 Total for FY 2011
4.07 Tucson Starr Pass/Mission Rd Intersection $427,284 Total for FY 2012
$3,669,123 Grand total
30.00 Tucson Stone Avenue Gateway: Speedway to Drachman $14,096 Total for FY 2004
30.00 Tucson Stone Avenue Gateway: Speedway to Drachman $441,873 Total for FY 2006
30.00 Tucson Stone Avenue Gateway: Speedway to Drachman $81,489 Total for FY 2007
30.00 Tucson Stone Avenue Gateway: Speedway to Drachman $733 Total for FY 2008
30.00 Tucson Stone Avenue Gateway: Speedway to Drachman $2,164 Total for FY 2009
30.00 Tucson Stone Avenue Gateway: Speedway to Drachman $212,651 Total for FY 2010
$753,009 Grand total
42.10 RTA Sun Shuttle / Ajo Transit Services $138,821 Total for FY 2011
42.10 RTA Sun Shuttle / Ajo Transit Services $61,652 Total for FY 2012
$200,473 Grand total
95.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Express Service Expansion $374,598 Total for FY 2009
95.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Express Service Expansion $1,180,972 Total for FY 2010
95.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Express Service Expansion $1,695,765 Total for FY 2011
95.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Express Service Expansion $126,883 Total for FY 2012
$3,378,218 Grand total
93.06 RTA Sun Tran - Frequency and Area Expansion $215,106 Total for FY 2007
93.06 RTA Sun Tran - Frequency and Area Expansion $870,114 Total for FY 2008
93.06 RTA Sun Tran - Frequency and Area Expansion $736,623 Total for FY 2009
93.06 RTA Sun Tran - Frequency and Area Expansion $846,160 Total for FY 2010
93.06 RTA Sun Tran - Frequency and Area Expansion $851,733 Total for FY 2011
93.06 RTA Sun Tran - Frequency and Area Expansion $67,522 Total for FY 2012
$3,587,259 Grand total
70.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekday Evening Service Expansion $138,109 Total for FY 2007
70.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekday Evening Service Expansion $2,225,688 Total for FY 2008
70.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekday Evening Service Expansion $2,397,329 Total for FY 2009
70.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekday Evening Service Expansion $1,795,048 Total for FY 2010
70.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekday Evening Service Expansion $2,407,643 Total for FY 2011
70.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekday Evening Service Expansion $156,699 Total for FY 2012
$9,120,517 Grand total
94.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekend Service Expansion $539,046 Total for FY 2008
94.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekend Service Expansion $1,115,813 Total for FY 2009
94.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekend Service Expansion $851,752 Total for FY 2010
94.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekend Service Expansion $968,715 Total for FY 2011
94.06 Tucson Transit Sun Tran - Weekend Service Expansion $83,488 Total for FY 2012
$3,558,814 Grand total
35.05 Pima County Sunset Rd. - Silverbell to River $2,721 Total for FY 2010
35.05 Pima County Sunset Rd. - Silverbell to River $4,365 Total for FY 2011
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
35.05 Pima County Sunset Rd. - Silverbell to River $51 Total for FY 2012
$7,138 Grand total
86.06 Marana Tangerine Rd.: I-10 to La Canada $452,549 Total for FY 2011
$452,549 Grand total
171.08 Marana Tangerine and Thornydale Intersection Improvement $297,138 Total for FY 2010
171.08 Marana Tangerine and Thornydale Intersection Improvement $514 Total for FY 2011
$297,652 Grand total
170.00 Pima County Tanque Verde Rd. $337,292 Total for FY 2008
170.00 Pima County Tanque Verde Rd. $1,156,091 Total for FY 2009
170.00 Pima County Tanque Verde Rd. $2,413,275 Total for FY 2010
170.00 Pima County Tanque Verde Rd. $4,119,186 Total for FY 2011
170.00 Pima County Tanque Verde Rd. $1,551,526 Total for FY 2012
$9,577,372 Grand total
560.00 Marana Thornydale Rd. HF116 01C $50,000 Total for FY 2003
560.00 Marana Thornydale Rd. HF116 01C $2,045,713 Total for FY 2006
560.00 Marana Thornydale Rd. HF116 01C $1,937,923 Total for FY 2007
560.00 Marana Thornydale Rd. HF116 01C $968,961 Total for FY 2008
560.00 Marana Thornydale Rd. HF116 01C $900,000 Total for FY 2009
560.00 Marana Thornydale Rd. HF116 01C $800,000 Total for FY 2010
$6,702,597 Grand total
115.07 Pima County Traffic Signal Battery Backup System $112,588 Total for FY 2009
115.07 Pima County Traffic Signal Battery Backup System $120,726 Total for FY 2010
$233,314 Grand total
112.07 Pima County Traffic Signal Wireless Communication System $623,850 Total for FY 2009
112.07 Pima County Traffic Signal Wireless Communication System $242,593 Total for FY 2010
112.07 Pima County Traffic Signal Wireless Communication System $48,177 Total for FY 2011
$914,621 Grand total
128.08 RTA Transit Regional Fare System and Rebranding $755,922 Total for FY 2009
128.08 RTA Transit Regional Fare System and Rebranding $1,022,861 Total for FY 2010
128.08 RTA Transit Regional Fare System and Rebranding $1,830,086 Total for FY 2011
$3,608,870 Grand total
766.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Oro Valley $25,000 Total for FY 2001
766.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Oro Valley $25,000 Total for FY 2003
766.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Oro Valley $25,000 Total for FY 2006
766.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Oro Valley $25,000 Total for FY 2007
766.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Oro Valley $25,000 Total for FY 2008
766.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Oro Valley $75,000 Total for FY 2010
$200,000 Grand total
19.03 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Pascua Yaqui $25,000 Total for FY 2006
19.03 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Pascua Yaqui $25,000 Total for FY 2007
19.03 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Pascua Yaqui $25,000 Total for FY 2008
19.03 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Pascua Yaqui $25,000 Total for FY 2010
$100,000 Grand total
764.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Sahuarita $25,000 Total for FY 2001
764.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Sahuarita $25,000 Total for FY 2003
764.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Sahuarita $25,000 Total for FY 2006
764.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Sahuarita $25,000 Total for FY 2007
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
764.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Sahuarita $25,000 Total for FY 2008
764.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Sahuarita $25,000 Total for FY 2010
$150,000 Grand total
20.03 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tohono Oodham $25,000 Total for FY 2006
20.03 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tohono Oodham $25,000 Total for FY 2007
20.03 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tohono Oodham $25,000 Total for FY 2008
20.03 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tohono Oodham $25,000 Total for FY 2010
$100,000 Grand total
768.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tucson $25,000 Total for FY 2001
768.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tucson $25,000 Total for FY 2003
768.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tucson $25,000 Total for FY 2006
768.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tucson $25,000 Total for FY 2007
768.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tucson $25,000 Total for FY 2008
768.00 OWP-LOCAL Transportation Art by Youth - Tucson $50,000 Total for FY 2010
$175,000 Grand total
37.09 Tucson Transportation Enhancement Pre-design $10,154 Total for FY 2010
37.09 Tucson Transportation Enhancement Pre-design $17,254 Total for FY 2011
$27,408 Grand total
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program $1,588,100 Total for FY 1998
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program $2,475,997 Total for FY 1999
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program $1,027,879 Total for FY 2000
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program H5797 02X $686,001 Total for FY 2001
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program H5468 01X $1,631,285 Total for FY 2002
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program $696,700 Total for FY 2003
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program H6523 01X $881,000 Total for FY 2004
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program H6698 01X $1,500,000 Total for FY 2005
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program H6932 01X $1,812,000 Total for FY 2006
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program PPG0703P $1,500,000 Total for FY 2007
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program H5468 01X $1,529,435 Total for FY 2008
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program PPG0903P $1,500,000 Total for FY 2009
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program PPG1003P $1,470,564 Total for FY 2010
659.00 OWP-PAG Transportation Planning Program PPG1103P $1,500,000 Total for FY 2011
$19,798,961 Grand total
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program H5089 02X $56,400 Total for FY 1999
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program H5468 01X $56,400 Total for FY 2000
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program H5797 03X $56,580 Total for FY 2001
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program H6156 03X $14,600 Total for FY 2002
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program $114,000 Total for FY 2003
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program H5089 02X $-188,737 Total for FY 2004
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program H6700 01X $122,000 Total for FY 2005
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program H6931 01X $126,000 Total for FY 2006
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program PPG0702P $126,000 Total for FY 2007
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program H6931 01X $126,000 Total for FY 2008
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program PPG0902P $126,000 Total for FY 2009
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program PPG1003P $126,000 Total for FY 2010
618.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Alternate Modes Program PPG1002P $100,000 Total for FY 2011
$961,243 Grand total
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H4115 01X $180,814 Total for FY 1999
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H4115 01X $120,000 Total for FY 2000
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H5797 03X $150,880 Total for FY 2001
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H6156 03X $151,000 Total for FY 2002
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H4115 01X $150,000 Total for FY 2003
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H4115 01X $100,030 Total for FY 2004
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H6700 01X $159,000 Total for FY 2005
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H4115 01X $160,599 Total for FY 2006
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System PPG0702P $241,000 Total for FY 2007
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System H6931 01X $253,000 Total for FY 2008
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System PPG0902P $265,000 Total for FY 2009
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System PPG1002P $265,000 Total for FY 2010
466.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Pavement Management System PPG1102P $450,000 Total for FY 2011
$2,646,323 Grand total
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System H5797 03X $102,787 Total for FY 2001
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System H6156 03X $103,000 Total for FY 2002
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System $100,000 Total for FY 2003
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System H6526 01X $100,000 Total for FY 2004
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System H6700 01X $105,000 Total for FY 2005
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System H6931 01X $108,000 Total for FY 2006
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System PPG0702P $135,000 Total for FY 2007
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System H6931 01X $135,000 Total for FY 2008
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System PPG0902P $185,000 Total for FY 2009
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System PPG1003P $140,000 Total for FY 2010
851.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Regional Traffic & Congestion Info System PPG1102P $100,000 Total for FY 2011
$1,313,787 Grand total
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling H5797 03X $23,575 Total for FY 2001
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling H6156 03X $24,000 Total for FY 2002
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling $24,000 Total for FY 2003
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling H6526 01X $24,000 Total for FY 2004
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling H6700 01X $24,000 Total for FY 2005
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling H6931 01X $24,000 Total for FY 2006
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling PPG0702P $26,000 Total for FY 2007
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling H6931 01X $26,000 Total for FY 2008
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling PPG0902P $26,000 Total for FY 2009
852.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Special Studies in Transportation Modeling PPG1003P $26,000 Total for FY 2010
$247,575 Grand total
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program H5797 03X $28,290 Total for FY 2001
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program H6156 03X $24,000 Total for FY 2002
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program $24,000 Total for FY 2003
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program H6525 01X $24,000 Total for FY 2004
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program H6700 01X $24,000 Total for FY 2005
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program H6931 $24,000 Total for FY 2006
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program PPG0702P $26,000 Total for FY 2007
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program H6931 01X $26,000 Total for FY 2008
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program PPG0902P $26,000 Total for FY 2009
850.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Traffic Safety Education Program PPG1003P $26,000 Total for FY 2010
$252,290 Grand total
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS H5797 03X $55,637 Total for FY 2001
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS H6156 03X $54,179 Total for FY 2002
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS $60,000 Total for FY 2003
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS H6525 01X $60,000 Total for FY 2004
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS H6700 01X $65,000 Total for FY 2005
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS H6931 01X $65,000 Total for FY 2006
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS PPG0702P $205,000 Total for FY 2007
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS H6931 01X $215,000 Total for FY 2008
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS PPG0902P $226,000 Total for FY 2009
853.00 OWP-TDOT Tucson - Transportation System Data and HPMS PPG1003P $74,500 Total for FY 2010
$1,080,316 Grand total
76.01 Marana Twin Peaks Bridge/Roadway $1,850,952 Total for FY 2009
76.01 Marana Twin Peaks Bridge/Roadway H $12,431,843 Total for FY 2010
76.01 Marana Twin Peaks Bridge/Roadway $103,345 Total for FY 2011
$14,386,140 Grand total
758.00 Marana Twin Peaks/Linda Vista TI H5838 01C $45,686 Total for FY 2004
758.00 Marana Twin Peaks/Linda Vista TI H5838 01C $1,499,029 Total for FY 2005
758.00 Marana Twin Peaks/Linda Vista TI H5838 01C $9,200 Total for FY 2007
758.00 Marana Twin Peaks/Linda Vista TI H5838 01C $12,000 Total for FY 2006
758.00 Marana Twin Peaks/Linda Vista TI H5838 01C $3,500 Total for FY 2007
758.00 Marana Twin Peaks/Linda Vista TI H5838 01C $39,848,486 Total for FY 2009
758.00 Marana Twin Peaks/Linda Vista TI H5838 01C $30,269,641 Total for FY 2010
$71,687,544 Grand total
90.08 Sahuarita UPS- Sahuarita. 3 Intersections along Nogales HWY $48,326 Total for FY 2010
$48,326 Grand total
31.07 Tucson UPS/LED (20 intersections) $168,144 Total for FY 2008
31.07 Tucson UPS/LED (20 intersections) $134,588 Total for FY 2009
31.07 Tucson UPS/LED (20 intersections) $4,640 Total for FY 2010
$307,373 Grand total
96.09 Tucson University/3rd Street Bike Boulevard $91 Total for FY 2011
$91 Grand total
2.08 Pima County Valencia Rd. Street Lighting and Sidewalk $73,742 Total for FY 2011
$73,742 Grand total
61.06 Pima County Valencia Rd.: Alvernon to Kolb $1,305,619 Total for FY 2009
61.06 Pima County Valencia Rd.: Alvernon to Kolb $65,638 Total for FY 2010
61.06 Pima County Valencia Rd.: Alvernon to Kolb $726,948 Total for FY 2011
61.06 Pima County Valencia Rd.: Alvernon to Kolb $324,430 Total for FY 2012
$2,422,636 Grand total
71.06 Tucson Transit Van Tran / Paratransit Expansion $1,413,407 Total for FY 2008
71.06 Tucson Transit Van Tran / Paratransit Expansion $1,445,463 Total for FY 2009
71.06 Tucson Transit Van Tran / Paratransit Expansion $3,160,218 Total for FY 2010
71.06 Tucson Transit Van Tran / Paratransit Expansion $415,049 Total for FY 2011
$6,434,138 Grand total
75.06 PCOA Volunteer Transit $50,000 Total for FY 2007
75.06 PCOA Volunteer Transit $123,242 Total for FY 2008
75.06 PCOA Volunteer Transit $187,098 Total for FY 2009
75.06 PCOA Volunteer Transit $116,164 Total for FY 2010
75.06 PCOA Volunteer Transit $153,827 Total for FY 2011
TIP
ID
Project
Sponsor Project Name
PREVIOUS TIP PROJECTS OBLIGATIONS and DRAWDOWNS
State
ID Drawdowns/Obligations
APPENDIX 5 -
$630,333 Grand total
78.06 Pima County Wilmot North of Sahuarita Rd. $5,507 Total for FY 2011
$5,507 Grand total
5.07 Tucson Wilmot/Park Place Intersection $101 Total for FY 2007
5.07 Tucson Wilmot/Park Place Intersection $143,256 Total for FY 2008
5.07 Tucson Wilmot/Park Place Intersection $152,025 Total for FY 2009
5.07 Tucson Wilmot/Park Place Intersection $1,175,654 Total for FY 2010
5.07 Tucson Wilmot/Park Place Intersection $2,712 Total for FY 2011
$1,473,750 Grand total
94.09 Oro Valley Wireless Signal Link $105,025 Total for FY 2011
$105,025 Grand total

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APPENDIX 7
Public Notices


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APPENDIX 7 - PUBLIC NOTICES

The following notices were published in print and electronic media during the TIP development
process.





The Arizona Daily Star
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2012-2016 TIP Flyer






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The Arizona Daily Star
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APPENDIX 8
Reserve Projects


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APPENDIX 8 - RESERVE PROJECTS

This Appendix contains a listing of projects that were submitted for funding during this TIP cycle but
were not funded due to inadequate financial resources. These projects will be carried forward for
consideration during the next TIP cycle.











































PIMA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS TIP FY 2012 2016 A-8-4


TP D
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
49.01

Limits to be determined
Extend FMS system on -10 and -19
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
14000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
123.08
' + S
na to County Line
Landscaping
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
3000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
48.01

@-10
Reconstruct T & mainline no RR
1.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
19800
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
246.5 248.0
5.02
' x '
na to Marana
Reconstruct & widen frontage rds. to 40'
3.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
40000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
2
2
246.3 249.3
7.00
+
na Rd to Sunset Rd
Landscape EB & WB Frontage Roads
2.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
1844
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
H3038 03C
64.09
( ) *
Kino to Valencia
Pavement Preservation
5.10
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
10613
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
H7658 01C
262.4 267.5
96.02
'
Orange Grove to na
Widen to 8 lanes
1.30
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
ADOT
28000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
6
8
250.0 248.7
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TP D
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
5.03
. + S
Tangerine Rd. to -8
DCR only
41.30
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
4
6
H6773 01L
199.1 240.4
36.03
- . S
Reconstruct T w/SPU
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
ADOT
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
124.08
x ' . S * +
Regionwide
Purchase of Right-of-Way /Access
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
5000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
50.05
. / S * ' + S
-19 to -10
dentify new alignment for SE Corridor
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
3000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
7.02
x 0 0 x '
@ intersection
Construct a GS interchange
0.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
ADOT
35000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
74.3 74.8
6.02
x 0 0 '
@ intersection
Construct a GS interchange (DCR only)
0.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
35000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
8.02
x J ! / . S
nternational border to Why
Corridor Study
27.80
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
1000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
53.0 80.8
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TP D
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
9.02
x J ! . S J
Why to Jct. w/ -8
Corridor profile for future widening
53.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
ADOT
300
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
0.0 53.0
4.03
x J x * 1 ' ) *
SR 286 to Valencia Rd.
Widen to 4 lanes
9.40
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
ADOT
16500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
150.1 159.5
45.00
x '
Silverbell Road to -10
Widen to 4 lanes
1.25
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Marana
18000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
4NSL
1.00
x ' :
-10 to CDO Wash
Widen to 6 lanes, add sidewalks, landscaping, multiuse lanes
1.70
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Marana
18000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
4
6
14.03
e
Lambert to Naranja
Overlay existing pavement
1.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Oro
1000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Reserve
4
4
87.03
** / * ' '
Overton to Tangerine
Widen to 4 lanes
3.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Oro
25050
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
RTA-04b
16.03
x ) 1
Tangerine to Honey Bee Bridge
Resurface existing pavement
2.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Oro
2100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley
0
0
0
Reserve
4
4
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TP D
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
801.00

Environmental Studies for Runway & taxiway reactivation
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
74
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
4AJART
AP-98-009
70.02
/ S / * '
Euclid to Campbell
Widen to 6/8 lanes
1.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
25000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
5
8
4BBECC
64.01

Calle Torim to Valencia
Widen to 4 lanes
1.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
8500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
3
4
135.00
* *
Continental Rd. to Ocotillo Wash
New 2 lane road
1.70
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
6816
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
2
4CSCRO
71.02
* * x .
Vail Road to Vail High School
Construct new 2 lane road
1.15
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
230
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
0
2
140.00
: * x '
Tucson Blvd. to Alvernon Way
Widen to 4 lanes
1.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
4dtbaw
82.06
' '
Orange Grove Rd. to na Rd.
Widen to 4 lanes w/bike lanes
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
7256
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
L=700
Reserve
2
4
RTA-13
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TP D
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
794.00
** x / '
West of Hwy 83
Replace bridge
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
1605
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
2
787.00
( * x ' S + : '
Sabino Canyon to Sunrise Dr.
Widen to 3 lanes
2.10
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
13843
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
3
DOT-32
867.00
S x ' . * S .
, J
Replace bridge structure
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
4121
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
2
RTA-39a
SB406 01C
151.00
S x ' . + . , J
Replace bridge structure
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
2502
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
2
RTA-39b
SB405 01C
153.00
* / * ' = : '
at 27 wash vic.
New 2 lane rd. and culvert
1.40
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
0
2
4MBTLT
12.01
* + e ' * > ' S +
e '
ntersection mprovements
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
6200
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
2
4OTNHS
89.04
'
@Geronimo Wash
Reconstruct box culvert
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
1200
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
2
40GAFW
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TP D
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
61.01
' x '
Corona to Oracle
Widen to 4 lanes -part A intersection work only
2.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
18048
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
DOT-44a
154.00
' x '
Thornydale to Corona
Widen to 6 lanes divided hwy.
2.20
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
19114
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
6
DOT-44b
157.00
x x ' / '
@Ventana Wash
Replace Bridge Structure
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
5419
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
2
DOT-27
SS501 01C
83.06
x+ + xx
Construct RR overpass near -10
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
59364
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
RTA-09
164.00
* ** x '
Blanco Wash and Brawley Wash
Replace bridge and Culvert
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Pima
2975
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
4TSBBB
SB403 01C
602.00
S * x '
Cortaro to Linda Vista
Widen to 4 lanes
1.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
20400
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
DOT-23
4TTCLV
174.00
= x '
Sidewinder to Marana Town Limits
Widen to 4 lanes
1.30
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
7740
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
4TPSML
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
175.00
) * x ' ' * * x '
Acacia School to Old Vail Rd
Widen to 3 lanes
1.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
6115
0
0
0
0
0
0
450
0
0
DR
DFO
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
3
4VR1SP
113.06
) * x ' ' . ' *
Ajo to Mt. Eagle
Widen to 4 lanes
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
RTA-21a
114.06
) * x ' = ' . ' *
Mt. Eagle to Wade
Widen to 4 lanes
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Pima
16000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
County
0
0
0
Reserve
2
4
RTA-21b
21.05
: + * x '
La Canada to Alpha Ave.
Widen to 4 lanes
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Sahuarita
6000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
3
4
53.05
* x + +
Townwide
Alignment studies
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Sahuarita
50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
785.00
) ** x ' . '
Sahuarita Rd. to Nogales Hwy
Construct roadway extension
2.70
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Sahuarita
2347
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
2
59.09
+ x
Sahuarita Rd. at -19
Construct Pedestrian Underpass
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Sahuarita
1000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
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TP D
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
88.01
. A
4th to 6th
mprove unimproved street
0.20
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
South
700
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Reserve
2
3
56.10

Arterial and Collector Streets
Maintenance and Rehibilitation
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
South
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
87.01
. A
6th to 4th
Widen from 2 to 3 lanes
0.20
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
South
1000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
Reserve
2
3
75.00
xl e
Extend runway 6R/24L to 6300' incl box culverts
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
8244
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10190056
79.00
xl e
Taxiway Construct (high speed exit) 6R/24L
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
260
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L=44 S=393
Reserve
0
0
10100396
86.00
xl e
PAP-4 (RWY 6R) PAP (RWY 6L/24R)
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
269
242
0
0
C
L=27
SAF 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
20102513
21.04
xl e
Construct parallel taxiway C
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
3239
0
0
0
0
0
0
3077
81
0
DC
L=81
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10100-395R
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TP D
Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
7.06
xl e
Airport lighting control & monitoring system
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
625
0
0
0
0
0
0
569
28
0
C
L=28
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
20106-424
19.09
xS
Runway 6L and Taxiway A Extension
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
20108953
69.08
xl e . x+ S .
Runway Extension
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
20106424
71.08
xl e *
Plan update
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
420
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
380
20
0
C
L=20
FAA
SAF
Reserve
0
0
20105254
95.00

Construct High Speed Taxiway Exit from Runway 3/21
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
3183
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2899
142
0
C
L=142
FAA
SAF
Reserve
0
0
PD97-261
709.00

Aircraft Fuel Distribution & Hydrants
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
1553
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L=1553
Reserve
0
0
10189-037
710.00

Hydrant Feederline to Air Freight Apron
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
2367
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L=2367
Reserve
0
0
10190-058
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
25.04

Buildout north portion of Economy lot
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
392
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L=392
Reserve
0
0
10100-362
52.04

Ground cargo infrastructure
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
4255
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3875
190
0
C
L=190
FAA
SAF
Reserve
0
0
10102-499
53.04

Taxiway C (A5 to A8)
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
6226
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10102-516
54.04

Taxiway C (A8 to A11)
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
7123
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10102-517
55.04

Taxiway D-3 Extension
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
2675
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
68.04

Fuel storage facility
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
30255
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10102-510
75.04

Slab replacement for west apron
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
1744
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10102-490
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
76.04

Upgrade paving at Park-N-Save overflow lot
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
669
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10102-470
77.04

Demo existing fuel facility
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
2087
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10106554
12.06

Land acquisition (RPZ-Noise)
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
1027
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10106565
17.06

Airport lighting control & monitoring system
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
2502
0
0
0
0
0
0
2278
112
0
C
L=112
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10105206
53.07

Runway 11R/29L Tenant relocation area 2
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
2101
1913
94
0
C
L=94
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10106646
57.07

Maintenance Area
Runway 11R-24L Tenant Relocation Area 1
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
3361
165
0
C
TAA
L=165
3691
0
0
0
FAA
SAF
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10199-330
115.04
> ' . 1 !
Construct new high speed runway exit
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
3060
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2798
137
0
L=137
FAA
SAF
Reserve
0
0
10106562
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
32.02
= +
Reconstruct with landscaping, signs, lighting, guardrails,dr
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
512
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
PD02-465
11.03
x * x+ S
TA
Develop new parallel carrier runway - Design
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
TAA
9038
0
0
0
6779
0
0
D
L=2259
FAA 0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10189-052
32.00
' > + '
Camino Seco to Houghton Rd
mprove 3 and 4 lane roadway
2.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
9066
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
L=3000
Reserve
4
4
RTA-30
33.00

Forgeus Rd to Country Club Rd
Add curbs, bike lanes and sidewalk.
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
1500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
4
3
438.00
'( = S
Kino north of 36th to Quince Douglas and
Design and construction of bicycle/pedestrian overpass
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
3630
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
s023
65.02
! . * S
Craycroft to Wilmot
Sidewalks, crosswalks & spot safety improvements
1.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
400
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
34.00
+
Drexel Rd toValencia Rd
Widen to 3 lanes
1.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
4086
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
2
3
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
35.00
+
Thoroughbred Street to Drexel Road
Widen to 3 lanes
0.80
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
4502
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
2
3
64.02
. + *
Stone to Euclid
Sidewalks, crosswalks & spot safety improvements
0.75
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
400
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
S200
80.04
. S -
-19 to 6th
Widen to 6 lanes, w/curb, sidewalk, drainage
1.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
4513
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
5
6
87.06
/ C = S .
Palo Verde to -10
Extend parkway to -10 - RW only
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
177936
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
RTA-20
10.01
/ = S / * =
Ajo to Silver Lake
Construct Bike Path
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
2227
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
SS431 01C
23.05
/ S / * ' 1
Country Club to Columbus
Reconstruction
1.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
20000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
6
8
36.00
/ S / * ' 1
Camino Seco Blvd to Houghton Rd
Widen to 4 lanes divided
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
9571
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
5
4
RTA-29
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
37.00
+ S *+ x '
Glenn St. to Grant Rd
Widen to 5 lanes
0.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
8456
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
4
5
8.05
: * l
Downtown Tucson Ped Plan
Add signage, lighting and streetscape
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
81.06
' x
Grant Rd. to River Rd.
Widen to 6 lanes
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
74398
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
981
0
0
D
L=3000
RTA
Reserve
4
6
RTA-14
84.06
x ' xx x +
Grant Rd. near -10
Reconstruct existing RR underpass
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
37382
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
4
6
RTA-15
38.00
> x ' ' * =
rvington Rd. to Golf Links Rd.
Widen to 6 lanes divided
3.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
22619
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
2
6
RTA-31
40.00
' x '
Kolb Rd to Camino Seco Blvd
Widen to 3 lanes
2.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
1377
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
2
3
77.06
' x ' . -
Santa Cruz River to east of -19
mprove intersections, access mgmt, bike lanes and sidewalks
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
9800
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
RTA-22
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
13.05
x ' * * l
RTOC Control Center
Upgrade RTOC Equipment
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
138
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
45.05
x l A
RTOC to Pima County Maintenance Facility
nstall fiber optic connection
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
175
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
82.04
x l 1 , ' + +
City Wide
Connect RTOC to South Tucson and Tucson
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
954
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
42.05
x l 1 , ) ** S
Regionwide
Connect RTOC to Oro Valley
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
954
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
10.05
x l 1 , + S
Unincorporated Pima County
Expand network to enhance municipal services
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
954
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
S770
46.05
x l 1 A ,
RTOC to Marana
nstall fiber optic connections
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
954
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
83.04
( * ' ) *
rvington to Valencia
Construct retaining walls
1.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
1057
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
4
4
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
47.05
x '
Prince @UPRR
Construct grade separation
0.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
10000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
4
6
44.06
xx u '
Toole and Euclid
nstall concrete surface
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
SR195 01C
58.02
' ' ** .
Ft. Lowell to Wetmore
Drainage, lighting, bike lanes, shelters etc.
1.50
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
750
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
5
5
56.02
' S ' **
Speedway to Ft. Lowell
Drainage, lighting, bike lanes, shelters etc.
2.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
1400
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
5
5
S216
59.02
+
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
10570
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
5
5
60.06
) * x ' - *
-19 to Alvernon
Construct controlled access improvements
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
10000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Reserve
6
6
RTA-23
59.06
) * x ' ( * > + '
Kolb to Houghton
Widen to 6 lanes
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : ANALYZED
0
0
0
Tucson
34882
0
0
0
0
0
0
1199
0
0
D
RTA 1395
4000
0
DR
L=5000
RTA
PCDF
Reserve
4
6
RTA-25
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Existing Lanes
After Lanes
STREET/PROJECT NAME
TERMN
PROJECT DESCRPTON
AR QUALTY STATUS
TOTAL
PROJECT
COST
(000's) 2012 2013 2014 2015
PROPOSED FUNDNG
(N THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)
FSCAL YEAR
PROJECT
SPONSOR 2016

TP STATUS
Length (Mi.)
Local D
State/Fed D
BMP EMP
69.03
S +
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
600
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
AL 11.71.03
51.05
h * S
near Prince & Romero
Construct new building improvements
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
RTA-46c
AL 11.43.03
57.03
/ + x *
Citywide
Rehabilitate fixed route busses
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
1524
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
AL 11.14.40
5.05

UA Campus
nstall benches, lighting, and bike lockers
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
54
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
58.03

Various transit stations
Signage, graphics & kiosks
0.00
AR QUALTY STATUS : EXEMPT
0
0
0
Tucson
875
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Transit
0
0
0
Reserve
0
0
AL 11.32.08
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PIMA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS TIP FY 2012 2016 A-9-1


PIMA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS TIP FY 2012 2016 A-9-2

PIMA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS TIP FY 2012 2016 A-9-3

PIMA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS TIP FY 2012 2016 A-9-4
APPENDIX 9 - Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects
Tip Id Project Name Lead Total Cost System
33.06 Continental Rd. /I-19 Bike & Ped. Enhancement ADOT 526 Bicycle
90.09 San Xavier Road: Pedestrian Bridge Approaches ADOT 892 Pedestrian
73.10 SR86: Pedestrian Compatibility Study ADOT 55 Pedestrian
77.10 Town of Sells Pedestrian Bridges - SR86 ADOT 878 Pedestrian
78.10 Esperanza Blvd / I-19 Bicycle and Pedestrian ADOT 304 Bicycle
1.11 Safe Routes to School ADOT 28
106.08 Santa Cruz River Shared Use Path Phase 3 Marana 1096 Pedestrian
6.11 Pedestrian Crosswalk Countdown Signals Marana 13 Pedestrian
8.11 UPS Battery Backup Installation Marana 4 Pedestrian
84.10 PAG - Alternative Modes Program OWP-PAG 400 Pedestrian
618.00 Tucson - Alternate Modes Program OWP-TDOT 345 Pedestrian
88.09 Canada del Oro Shared Use-Path Final Phase Oro Valley 1395 Pedestrian
34.10 Calle Concordia Bike Lane Oro Valley 150 Bicycle
31.10 Head Start Sidewalks Pascua Yaqui 350 Pedestrian
52.03 Safe School Route Bike/Ped Education Program Pima County 247 Pedestrian
40.05 Laguna Elementary School Pedestrian Enhancement Pima County 1023 Pedestrian
30.06 Homer Davis School Bike/Ped Enhancement Pima County 1859 Pedestrian
31.06 Continental School Safe Routes to School Pima County 1239 Bicycle
36.06 Bike/Pedestrian & Transit Improvements - FY11 Pima County 250 Bicycle
71.07 Picture Rocks & Desert Winds Safe Routes to School Pima County 1245 Bicycle
144.07 RTA Bicycle Lane Restriping and Gap Closure, Pima County 2856 Bicycle
145.07 RTA Sidewalk Package 1 Pima County 1525 Pedestrian
162.07 Agua Caliente - Safe Routes to School Pima County 782 Pedestrian
2.08 Valencia Rd. Street Lighting and Sidewalk Pima County 1293 Pedestrian
75.08 Bike Lane Package 2 Pima County 1381 Bicycle
102.08 Rillito River divided urban pathway Pima County 509 Pedestrian
104.08 Pima Region Middle School Bike and Ped Education Pima County 1138 Bicycle
154.08 Pantano River Park Supplemental Funding Pima County 4766 Pedestrian
16.09 Centennial Elem. & Flowing Wells Safe Routes to Pima County 678 Pedestrian
42.09 Julian Wash Greenway/Pantano River Park R/W Pima County 1000 Pedestrian
5.10 Camino de Oeste Sidewalk Pima County 70 Pedestrian
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Tip Id Project Name Lead Total Cost System
8.10 Manzanita Elementary Safe Routes to School Pima County 95 Pedestrian
9.10 Camino del Sol Pedestrian Ramps Pima County 75 Pedestrian
20.10 Regional Riverpark Markings and Signs Pima County 35 Bicycle
24.10 Colossal Cave/Mary Ann Cleaveland Way Bike Lanes Pima County 547 Bicycle
25.10 Urban Loop Acquisition Pima County 300 Pedestrian
26.10 Pantano Shared Use Path Pima County 85 Pedestrian
27.10 Abrego Bike Lanes Pima County 94 Bicycle
28.10 Rillito Shared Use Path Pima County 415 Pedestrian
29.10 Loma Alta Bike Lane Pima County 75 Bicycle
30.10 Rillito Bridge Design Pima County 160 Pedestrian
33.10 Camino de Oeste Bike Lane Pima County 95 Bicycle
80.10 Sabino High School Bicycle Safety Enhancements Pima County 803 Bicycle
81.10 Rillito Riverpath and Camino de la Tierra Pima County 1294 Bicycle
82.10 Pantano River path Bicycle and Ped Enhancements Pima County 735 Bicycle
11.11 Bike Package 3 Pima County 1833
12.11 Sidewalk and Safe Routes to School Package 2 Pima County 485
8.04 Bike/Pedestrian Neighborhood Path Program Sahuarita 1000 Pedestrian
35.10 La Villita Bike Lane Sahuarita 75 Bicycle
5.11 Pedestrian Crosswalk Countdown Signals Sahuarita 43 Pedestrian
89.01 South Tucson Bike Lane/Greenway South Tucson 150 Bicycle
16.10 26th/10th HAWK South Tucson 140 Pedestrian
17.10 ADA Upgrades South Tucson 300 Pedestrian
45.07 San Xavier Road Pedestrian Safety Improvements Tohono O'odham 2527 Pedestrian
91.09 San Xavier Path Mission Gateway-SRTS Tohono O'odham 918 Pedestrian
79.10 San Xavier Rd: Little Nogales to I-19 Tohono O'odham 452 Pedestrian
134.02 Alternate Mode Improvements - FY10 Tucson 577 Bicycle
32.06 Campbell Ave Revitalization Tucson 1038 Pedestrian
72.07 El Paso & Southwestern Greenway Tucson 486 Bicycle
79.07 5 Points Pedestrian Improvements Tucson 1000 Pedestrian
83.07 El Paso & Southwestern Greenway Tucson 2150 Pedestrian
163.07 ADA Improvements - Various locations Tucson 1500 Pedestrian
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Tip Id Project Name Lead Total Cost System
103.08 Five Points Transportation Enhancement Project Tucson 1000 Pedestrian
105.08 Columbus Corridor Pedestrian Path Tucson 223 Pedestrian
107.08 Park Ave. Transportation Enhancement Tucson 599 Pedestrian
120.08 Bike Lane Package 2 - Design Tucson 200 Bicycle
155.08 HAWKS - City of Tucson FY 2009 Tucson 3450 Pedestrian
15.09 Pima Pedestrian Pathway Enhancement Tucson 559 Pedestrian
38.09 4th Ave. Bike Blvd. Tucson 300 Bicycle
39.09 Bike Lane Package II - Construction - City of Tucson Tucson 1471 Bicycle
80.09 La Paloma Academy Safe Routes to School Tucson 201 Pedestrian
87.09 Glenn Street Neighborhood Improvement Project Tucson 619 Pedestrian
96.09 University/3rd Street Bike Boulevard Tucson 90 Bicycle
111.09 Liberty Bike Blvd Design Tucson 62 Bicycle
7.10 Main/18th Pedestrian Refuge Tucson 30 Pedestrian
10.10 Broadway/Old Spanish Trail Pelican Tucson 300 Pedestrian
11.10 Oaktree/Drexel Pedestrian Refuge Tucson 20 Pedestrian
12.10 School HAWK Signals - Package I Tucson 750 Pedestrian
13.10 Speedway/10th HAWK Tucson 150 Pedestrian
14.10 22nd St/Lakeshore HAWK Tucson 150 Pedestrian
15.10 Speedway/Arcadia HAWK Tucson 150 Pedestrian
19.10 Bike Lane Package 3 Tucson 400 Bicycle
22.10 Ft. Lowell Sidewalk Tucson 500 Pedestrian
83.10 Liberty Bicycle Blvd. Tucson 798 Bicycle
32.03 Transit Enhancements/ADA Tucson Transit 755 Pedestrian
60,556 Total Projects = 85
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