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Created2013-02
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The Arizona Department of Transportation’s (ADOT’s) process for working with Local Public Agencies (LPAs) in the development and delivery of their transportation projects has evolved over the years. Recent changes in Arizona’s economy have reduced the distribution of state funds for local transportation projects, which has increased the demand for

The Arizona Department of Transportation’s (ADOT’s) process for working with Local Public Agencies (LPAs) in the development and delivery of their transportation projects has evolved over the years. Recent changes in Arizona’s economy have reduced the distribution of state funds for local transportation projects, which has increased the demand for federal funding sources. In response to the anticipated increase in LPA projects desiring the use of federal funds and the continuing need to meet state and local transportation requirements, this updated manual highlights the steps necessary to capably deliver LPA projects in compliance with federal, state, and local requirements.

The ADOT Local Public Agency Projects Manual has been a collaborative effort among the various Divisions, Groups, and Sections within ADOT, as well as the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Arizona Division, with input from LPAs. ADOT would like to express sincere gratitude to Logan Simpson Design Inc. for successfully facilitating that effort and for their contribution to the production of this manual. Their hard work and in-depth coordination with ADOT and FHWA staff has been invaluable to the preparation of this manual.

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Created2014-06
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Planning to Programming Link development started with ADOT's multimodal visioning called "Building a Quality Arizona" (bqAZ), the 2010 Statewide Transportation Planning Framework Study created a fiscally-unconstrained vision for the state's transportation system in 2050. bqAZ led to "What Moves You Arizona?," the state's Long-Range Transportation Plan 2010-2035, which applied financial

Planning to Programming Link development started with ADOT's multimodal visioning called "Building a Quality Arizona" (bqAZ), the 2010 Statewide Transportation Planning Framework Study created a fiscally-unconstrained vision for the state's transportation system in 2050. bqAZ led to "What Moves You Arizona?," the state's Long-Range Transportation Plan 2010-2035, which applied financial constraint to the vision, identifying anticipated revenues and providing a recommended investment choice (RIC) that indicates how revenues will be allocated to four different investment types: preservation, expansion, modernization, and non-highway. The third step, and subject of this report, is "Linking the Long-Range Plan and Capital Improvement Program," or P2P Link, which focuses on how ADOT and its primary business partners, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and Councils of Governments (COGs), fund, build, maintain and operate the transportation system.

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ContributorsArizona. Department of Transportation (Issuing body)
Created2011-03
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The Arizona State Rail Plan (SRP) is the first comprehensive assessment of the stateís rail needs and was initiated in response to the increasing involvement by ADOT in freight and passenger rail issues. The SRP serves to identify the current rail system, to determine infrastructure needs, and to have rail

The Arizona State Rail Plan (SRP) is the first comprehensive assessment of the stateís rail needs and was initiated in response to the increasing involvement by ADOT in freight and passenger rail issues. The SRP serves to identify the current rail system, to determine infrastructure needs, and to have rail projects included in the state's long-range planning processes to improve regional and statewide safety mobility. The principle purpose is to convey the magnitude of the rail needs in the state and set forth a policy framework through which strategic actions can be taken to realize the full potential of passenger and freight rail transportation.

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ContributorsArizona. Department of Transportation (Issuing body) / Arizona. Multimodal Planning Division (Issuing body) / Parsons Brinckerhoff (Publisher) / Maguire Company (Publisher)
Created2014-03
Description

The Multimodal Planning Division (MPD) of the Arizona Department of Transportation has been tasked with identifying corridors throughout the state where improvements to the transportation infrastructure supports the greatest potential commercial and economic benefits. These "Key Commerce Corridors" represent a strategic statewide approach to leverage infrastructure improvements to enhance Arizona's

The Multimodal Planning Division (MPD) of the Arizona Department of Transportation has been tasked with identifying corridors throughout the state where improvements to the transportation infrastructure supports the greatest potential commercial and economic benefits. These "Key Commerce Corridors" represent a strategic statewide approach to leverage infrastructure improvements to enhance Arizona's competitive economic position. This document presents the basis for the identification and evaluation of the Key Commerce Corridors.

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ContributorsArizona. Department of Transportation (Issuing body)
Created2009-01
Description

"The Hopi Senom Transit Program has been operating for the past twenty-two years to provide public transportation on the Hopi Reservation and local border towns to the general public and employees of local governmental and private sector agencies. The service area includes the Hopi and Navajo reservation areas and Flagstaff.

"The Hopi Senom Transit Program has been operating for the past twenty-two years to provide public transportation on the Hopi Reservation and local border towns to the general public and employees of local governmental and private sector agencies. The service area includes the Hopi and Navajo reservation areas and Flagstaff. Boundaries and major communities of the area served is Keams Canyon, Tuba City, Flagstaff, Leupp and Kykotsmovi. Currently, the Hopi Senom Transit Program operates two fixed routes providing service five days a week. Service is provided on schedule between Kykotsmovi and Moencopi, and Kykotsmovi and Keams Canyon. Vanpool transportation for Tribe employees is provided Monday through Thursday between Flagstaff and Kykotsmovi. This vanpool style service is open to the general public, but is used primarily by Tribe employees. The Public Transportation Section of the Multimodal Planning Division of the Arizona Department of Transportation is charged, among other roles, with administering transit programs including the Section 5311 Rural Transit Program ... The Five-Year Implementation Plan will provide a roadmap for transit services on the Hopi Reservation. In addition, a matrix of tasks and responsibilities will provide a framework for the Section 5311 Program to maintain management oversight of the rural transportation programs. This framework will become a key part of the evaluation process for future funding cycles"--Pages 1-2

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Created2015-09
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"This guidelines and procedures manual is intended to be used by the staff of the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and Arizona's regional transportation planning agencies, which include Councils of Governments (COGs), Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and Transportation Management Areas (TMAs). In addition to outlining the guidelines and procedures for

"This guidelines and procedures manual is intended to be used by the staff of the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and Arizona's regional transportation planning agencies, which include Councils of Governments (COGs), Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and Transportation Management Areas (TMAs). In addition to outlining the guidelines and procedures for regional transportation planning functions, this manual provides an overview of the programs administered by the ADOT Multimodal Planning Division (MPD)."--Introduction, Page 1-1