Lincoln Metropolitan Planning Organization
THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 2015
County/City Building, Mayor's Conference Room
Roll call and acknowledge the "Nebraska Open Meeting Act"
- Review and action on the draft minutes of the March 5, 2015 Officials Committee meeting.
- Review and action on revisions to the FY 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program.
- Review and action on a recommendation regarding 2015 Self-Certification review that the Transportation Planning Process for the Lincoln Metropolitan Area complies with applicable federal laws and regulations. Includes briefing on the FHWA/FTA 2013 Quadrennial TMA Certification Review.
- Review and action on the proposed FY 2016-2019 Transportation Improvement Program.
- Review and action on the MPO's proposed FY 2015-2016 Unified Planning Work Program.
* Planning Emphasis Areas for Federal Fiscal Year 2016. FHWA and FTA issued a letter to Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) and State Departments of Transportation (State DOTs) encouraging them to give make these a priority as they develop their respective planning work programs. The PEAs are being highlighted to continue to place emphasis on transportation planning based on MAP-21 and Secretary Foxx's strategic objectives for surface transportation. (Letter to Executive Directors of Metropolitan Planning Organizations enclosed)
- Briefing on the Lincoln StarTran Transit Development Plan (TDP) Update.
- Briefing on the Lincoln MPO 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) update and traffic model update.
- Other topics for discussion.
- a) Nebraska Department of Roads: N-2 - Lincoln to Syracuse: resurface and widen shlds, 26.7 Miles (C.N.13263) HSIP-2-6(123), funding revisions.
- b) City of Lincoln, Streets: Superior Street, North 27th to Cornhusker Hwy: Rehab and resurfacing project, approximately 2.0 miles.
- c) City of Lincoln, Streets: Old Cheney Road, 40th Street to Neb Hwy 2: Rehab and resurfacing project, approximately 1.25 miles.
- d) City of Lincoln, Streets: North 27th Street, Holdrege Street to Fletcher Ave: Rehab and resurfacing project, approximately 3.25 miles.
- e) e) Lower Platte South-Natural Resource District: Add Salt Creek Levee Trail, N.14th Street to Cornhusker Highway: 4,950 foot 10-foot wide concrete trail on the Oak Creek and Salt Creek Levees between Haymarket Ball Park Trail and Cornhusker Highway.
- f) f) City of Lincoln, Trails: Billy Wolf Trail, #RTP 2014(002): Move project funding for construction and construction engineering into FY 2014-15.