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CMAP Pavement Management Plan Call for Projects

Program Description:  As part of CMAP’s efforts to collect data on all Federal-aid local jurisdiction roads in the CMAP region, a pilot program was established to offer engineering services to municipalities and townships that will either initiate or update a local pavement management system.  A pavement management plan can assists agencies to find the most cost effective way to address pavement needs and achieve pavement condition targets.  Municipalities or townships may apply and an engineering firm selected by CMAP will provide the necessary services to complete a pavement management plan (PMP).  The PMP will provide the public agency a document that describes the importance and types of pavement preservation, the current condition of pavement, scenarios evaluating the cost to meet different network level pavement conditions, and develop a capital plan based on the selected pavement condition/spending scenario.  The PMP will help communicate to decision makers and the public the importance of pavement preservation and what pavement improvement projects to implement that will be the most cost effective to meet certain pavement condition targets.  The public agency will not be responsible for any of the costs associated with the development of the PMP.

Deadline: Noon on Friday, March 2, 2018
Application: www.cmap.illinois.gov/mobility/roads/pavement-management/cfp.  

IDOT – FY 2020 LOCAL HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (HSIP)

On February 5, 2018, IDOT released circular letter 2018-02 which announced the FY 2020 HSIP call for projects. The anticipated funding level is approximately $15 million for FY 2020. The federal funding level per project is a maximum of 90 percent of the total eligible improvement cost for the project with the local public agency responsible for ten (10) percent matching funds and any non-participating items.  All phases of a safety improvement project are eligible for this program, including preliminary engineering, design, construction and construction engineer. Right-of-way costs are typically not eligible to be covered by this funding program. Local public agencies are expected to obligate these funds within two (2) years of the fiscal year for which they are announced. For the entire circular letter, click here.
 

Deadline: Friday, March 30, 2018
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