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File #: 18-0152    Version: 1
Type: resolution Status: Passed
File created: 2/8/2018 In control: City Council
Agenda date: 12/11/2018 Final action: 12/11/2018
Title: Approval of a Resolution Adopting the 2020-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. TIP Project Summary 2020-2025, 3. TIP Project Maps 2020-2025, 4. TIP WSDOT Report 2020-2025
Title
Approval of a Resolution Adopting the 2020-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Recommended Action
Committee Recommendation:
Not referred to a committee.

City Manager Recommendation:
Move to approve the resolution adopting the 2020-2025 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

Report
Issue:
Whether to approve the resolution adopting the 2020-2025 Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

Staff Contact:
David Smith, Project Engineer, Public Works - Transportation, 360.753.8496

Presenter(s):
None - Consent Calendar Item.

Background and Analysis:

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) requires local governments to outline their specific transportation needs in a Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). Cities must identify projects in the TIP before they can receive state and federal funding. City staff updates the TIP each year so that all projects identified in the Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) are in the TIP. The City submits the TIP to WSDOT annually in July.

A table summarizing the 2020-2025 TIP is attached. The 2020-2025 Six-Year TIP in the required WSDOT format, which will be sent to WSDOT, is also attached.

It is important to note that City staff works closely with state and federal agencies to understand funding criteria. Every year, staff reviews projects and makes revisions to the TIP so that the City is in the best position to successfully secure funding.

The cost estimates and project schedules in the TIP are preliminary and will be updated when funding is requested. The TIP is organized as follows:

1. Fully Funded Projects. These projects have received grant funding and are in the process of being implemented.

2. Capacity Projects. These projects do not meet current levels of service (capacity) as defined by the Olympia Comprehensive Plan. They often have multiple funding sources including impact fees, grants, and City general fund dollars.

3. Annual Programs. The...

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