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Road Funding and MAP-21

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Rob Hathcock

on 21 April 2016

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Transcript of Road Funding and MAP-21

WHAT IS LMIG?
LOCAL MAINTENANCE & IMPROVEMENT GRANT
The LMIG program allows local governments greater flexibility and quicker project delivery while allowing GDOT to effectively administer the program.

ELIGIBLE
PROJECTS
MATCHING FUNDS
LOCAL CENTERLINE MILEAGE
WHAT IS CONSIDERED A ROAD?
What is MAP-21?
What is Required?
Closing Comments
CLOSING COMMENTS
The MAP-21 mandate is on the State of Georgia.

GDOT is obligated to deliver the MAP-21 requirements...meaning ALL governments including local governments have the responsibility to ensure they're met.

Thank You
MAXIMIZING ROAD FUNDING
AND
MAP-21 REQUIREMENTS

Rob Hathcock
Local Government Coordinator
Georgia Department of Transportation

Preliminary Engineering

Utility Adjustments/Replacement

Construction Supervision


Replacing storm drain pipes or culverts

Patching/Leveling/Resurfacing
Roadway Signs, striping, guardrail
installation

Signal installation or improvement

Bridge Repair/Replacement
INELIGIBLE FOR LMIG
Right of Way Acquisition
Street Lighting
Beautification & Streetscapes
Walking Trails and Tracks
Landscaping
Administrative Services
BUDGET AND FORMULA
The LMIG budget for FY 2016, is
$124,470,000.00
which was approximately 12% of the total motor fuel tax collected in FY 2015.

The amount of your allocation is based on the total centerline road miles for your local road system and the total population as compared with the total statewide centerline miles and total statewide population.

You will be responsible for a 10% or 30% match to obtain your LMIG funds as stated in the Transportation Investment Act(TIA).

The counties and cities in the River Valley Region, Central Savannah River Area, and the Heart of Georgia Region will be at the
10%
match. All other remaining counties and cities will be at the
30%
match.
1. It is open to the public – there can be no gate on the road
2. A standard four-wheel passenger vehicle must be able to use it
3. It is owned by REPORTING government
The Tilt
MAP-21
All Local Roads
Grading, Drainage, Base and
Paving existing or new roads

Sidewalk adjacent (within right of way) to a public roadway or street
Aggregate Surface Course
for dirt road maintenance

Intersection Improvements

Turn Lane






LMIG Formula Amount = Formula Factor x 2016 LMIG Allocation



NOTE-All pre-construction activities, advertisements, lettings, and quality control of work and materials will be the responsibility of the local government.
Must be open to the public!
STANDARD
four-wheel passenger vehicle must be able to use it
It must be owned by reporting government
RULES OF THE ROAD
SUBMITTAL
PROCESS
Review
Submit
Reconcile
Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st
Century Act
MAP-21
Congressional Mandate

First multi-year transportation autorization enacted since 2005

Designed to prompt States to advance data collection, integration and analysis for ALL public roads
MAP-21 requires a minimum set of characteristics,
called Fundamental Data Elements(FDE’s)

FDE’s should be derived from the “Model Inventory of Roadway Elements”(MIRE)

We are working to meet the standards that support GDOT’s operational needs, but also satisfies requirements of Fiscal Year 2020

Current Collection
Requirements
MAP-21
All Local Roads
Government
Local
Support
No one knows the local road system better than the locals, we need your help.

WHAT WE WILL DO FOR YOU
Send myself or Gary Edge a request for data via email or phone:

OTDLocalGovtCoor@dot.ga.gov
404-347-0712 Rob Hathcock
404-347-0706 Gary Edge

Balancing the Requirements
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