FHWA U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
FHWA Active Project Status Report
Birmingham Northern Beltline - BNB (Corridor X-1, AHS)
  Birmingham,  Alabama
DO Contact - Shaun Capps
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The BNB is a proposed 52-mile freeway extending from I-59/20 west of Birmingham, Alabama to I-59 on the east of Birmingham. In June 2016 an OINCC request was approved for Phases 4.4 to 5.4 which begins at I-65 and heads east to I-59.
  Estimated Overall OINCC Completion Date: 9/30/2047 (Current); Estimated Funded Phase Completion Date: 7/30/2032 (Current) The FEIS was signed June 12, 1997. The first segment from SR 79 to SR 75 is under construction. The contract is for $46 million and is currently 99% complete. Reevaluations are also underway for several sections of the project.
  Overall Project Estimate $1,926 million (Current) Funded Phase Phase 4.4, 4.5, 5.2, and 5.4 $746 million (Current) A cost estimate review was held September 2016.
  The project has mostly utilized APD funds, but once all the remaining APD funds have been expended the State will utilize NHPP funds at 100% thru the FY 2022 at which time the State will provide a 20% match.
  The last FPU was approved 5/1/18. The 2018 FPU is due January 2018.
  Alabama Department of Transportation
CBD I-59/I-20 Bridge Replacement
  Birmingham, AL,  Alabama
DO Contact - Shaun Capps
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The CBD I-59/I-20 Bridge Replacement Project includes new access ramps into and out of the downtown area along with the replacement of the I-59/20 bridges in the central business district with a new segmental structure.
  FONSI approved 6/25/2016 Estimated Overall Completion Date: 3/31/2020 (current) Phase 1 is complete. Phase 2 is under construction with a 9/30/18 completion date. Phase 3 is under construction with a 11/1/2020 completion date.
  Overall Estimated Cost: $1.117 billion (current)
  Federal State Garvee
  Financial Plan approved July 2016. 2018 FPAU approved on 8/25/2018. Estimate increased from 2017 due higher than estimated bids on Phase 3.
SR-202L South Mountain Freeway
  Maricopa County, AZ,  Arizona
DO Contact - Lirange, Aryan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  SR 202L (South Mountain Freeway) would complete the Loop 202 from I 10 (Maricopa Freeway) (milepost [MP] 57.2) to I 10 (Papago Freeway) (MP 79.0), a distance of approximately 22 miles, in the southwestern quadrant of the Phoenix metropolitan area. The new system traffic interchange includes direct high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) ramp connection to and from the east on I-10. The locations of the directional ramps are consistent with the latest plans for the high-capacity transit corridor planned for I-10. The proposed roadway typical section consists of eight-lanes with three general purpose lanes and one high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane in each direction There are over 50 bridge sites along the freeway corridor. Notable bridges include the Salt River Bridge, which is almost 3,000 feet long, and the north-to-west and west-to-south flyover ramps at I-10 (Papago Freeway).
  P3 Developer (Connect 202 Partners) selected to provide Development & Construction of 22 miles of new Freeway, under a DB and Maintain for 30 years. Design and construction under NTP2, began with issuance of NTP2 in September 2016. Substantial completion date is set in the contract as 11/2019, with final completion shown as 05/2020.
  2017 FPAU: $1.660B IFP dated 02/2016 has estimate $1.746 B CER 2014 : $1.902 (YOE)
  Local 1/2 sales tax initiative, Federal apportionments.
  2017 FPAU approved 12/11/17. IFP Approved 02/2016. PMP Updated approved 12/15/17. PMP Approved 02/2016.
  ADOT, Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG).
I-30 Crossing Project
  I-30 and I-40 from I-530 to US-67 in the Little Rock metro area,  Arkansas
DO Contact - Brent Dather
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  This project widens, reconstructs and rehabilitates portion of I-30 and I-40, including the Arkansas River Bridge, in the downtown Little Rock/North Little Rock metro area. This roughly 7-mile corridor extends generally from I-530 to US-67 in Pulaski County between Little Rock and North Little Rock.
  June 2023
  Advanced Construction (AC) Federal-aid (apportioned) Federal-aid (Discretionary) State Funds
  Initial Financial Plan has been reviewed and comments addressed. PMP approved 11-1-18.
BART Seismic Retrofit System Wide
  San Francisco,  California
DO Contact - Peter Pangilinan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0044: Seismic retrofit and strengthening of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system.
  12/2023: Anticipated project closeout. 6/2023: Anticipated physical construction completion. 2008 IFP estimated physical construction completion date: Dec. 2013
  $1.457: 2018 FPAU $1.327: 2017 FPAU $1.272: 2016 FPAU $1.272: 2015 FPAU $1.272: 2014 FPAU $1.217: 2013 FPAU $1.220: 2012 FPAU $1.037: 2008 IFP
  Additional BART Passenger Revenues, Caltrans Local Seismic Retrofit Program, Bay Area Regional Measure 2, General Obligation Bonds, and FHWA Bridge Rehabilitation and Replacement program.
  07/31/18: 2017 FPAU approved. 05/11/17: 2016 FPAU approved. 03/08/16: 2015 FPAU approved. 03/26/15: 2014 FPAU approved. 08/14/14: 2013 FPAU approved. 09/03/13: 2012 FPAU approved. 02/27/13: 2011 FPAU approved. 01/07/11: 2010 FPAU approved.
Centennial Corridor Project
  City of Bakersfield, Kern County,Californina,  California
DO Contact - Dominic Hoang
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The Centennial Corridor Project (Project) is located at the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley in the city of Bakersfield, Kern County, California. The Centennial Corridor Project includes the Kern River Bridge Improvements and the SR 58 Connector. Connector which combine to complete Segment 1 of the Centennial Corridor. Overall, the Project will include support capacity improvements on SR 99, SR 58, Westside Parkway (WSP),and Stockdale Highway.
  Completion Anticipated: 11/2021 (2017 FPAU & 2016 IFP) 8/14/2017: first day of construction 07/30/2021: Anticipated Contract Acceptance Date (per phased IFP) 3/29/2017: Construction Package 1 awarded. 6/28/2016: PMP approved. 02/08/2016: NEPA completion date.
  $0.121 - 2017 FPAU $0.108 - 2016 IFP $0.108 - CER 70% Fully Funded Phase $0.617 - CER 70% Overall Project Cost
  PNRS, TEA-21, ISTEA, State, Local
  07/19/18: 2017 FPAU Approved. 12/06/16: 2016 IFP Approved.
  Caltrans, City of Bakersfield, Kern County
Doyle Drive / Presidio Parkway Project
  City And County Of San Francisco, including Richardson Avenue From Lombard St to Golden Gate Bridge,  California
DO Contact - Lanh Phan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping: 051 (Previously named the Doyle Drive Project) Reconstruct and Widen Existing Doyle Drive on new alignment with two tunnels and several bridges.
  6/30/2018: Estimated Final Acceptance Date per the 2018 FPAU. 9/24/2015: Substantial Completion date. 7/13/2015: Ribbon Cutting ceremony celebrated. Project opened to traffic. Caltrans issued partial Phase II NTP 3 on 11/6/2012 8/23/12: Concurrence in award for Phase 2. Phase I: substantially complete. June 2010: The project was divided into two phases: Phase I included contract 1-4 using Design/Bid/Build contract method, and Phase II included contract 5-8 using Design/Build method. CTC approved P3 (DBFOM) for Phase II in May 20, 10.
  2018 FPAUs: $0.998 2017 FPAUs: $0.997 2016 FPAUs: $0.859 2015 FPAUs: $0.857 2014 FPAUs: $0.857 2013 FPAUs: $0.857 2009 Caltrans IFP $0.928
  Golden Link Concessionaire borrowed TIFIA loan for the Presidio Parkway project (Phase 2) achieved Financial Close on Thursday, June 14, 2012. ARRA project and Tiger Grant recipient. State, local, federal (urban partnership)
  07/11/2018: 2018 Caltrans FPAU approved. 08/22/2017: 2017 FPAUs approved. 11/07/2016: 2016 FPAUs approved. 9/28/15: 2015 GLC FPAU approved. 9/25/15: 2015 Caltrans FPAU approved. 8/15/14: 2014 FPAUs approved. 4/28/14: 2013 FPAUs approved. 8/2/13: 2010-2012 FPAU approved as a supplement to the Phase II GLC P3 TIFIA Major Project IFP (approved same day). 5/14/09: IFP approved.
  Caltrans/San Francisco County Transportation Authority.
Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement
  07-LA-710, PM 3.7/5.0, Port of Long Beach,  California
DO Contact - Josue M. Yambo
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping: 0104 Replacement of 5 lane existing structure with new 6 lane bridge with full bike/pedestrian facilities.
  10/2021: Expected completion date (old bridge demolition) - per 2017 FPAU and 2018 FPAU 05/21/13: TIFIA loan closed. 01/08/13: Groundbreaking Ceremony (Administrator Victor Mendez attended).
  2018 FPAU: 1.486 M $1.467 - 2017 FPAU $1.467- 15-16 FPAU 2014 FPAU - $1.263* (*does not include $24.8 million in interest) 2014 TIFIA agreement - $1.288 2013 FPAU - $1.100 2013 IFP - 0.960
  5/21/14: $325 million TIFIA funds will repay bonds on project completion. Federal(HBP and other), State (SHOP and TCIF), Regional (Los Angeles Metro RSTI), Local (Port Funds)
  03/22/18: 2018 FPAU approved. 05/18/18: 2017 FPAU approved. 10/04/17: 2015-2016 Combined FPAU approved. 03/23/15: 2014 FPAU approved by HQ OIPD. 06/10/14: 2013 FPAU approved. 07/13/12: IFP Approved.
  Port of Long Beach (POLB)
I-10 Corridor Project
  San Bernardino County,  California
DO Contact - Scott McGuire
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  25 to 35 miles of widening of I-10 from 8 to 10 lanes to provide 1 HOV or 2 HOT lanes and auxiliary lanes. On I-10, from 2 miles west of LA/SBD county line to Ford Street in the City of Redlands, San Bernardino County.
  09/13/2018: IFP approval is pending. 12/2023: Phase I completion date 11/2024: Phase II completion date 09/12/2018: PMP approval date. 07/06/2017: environmental approval/ ROD date
  IFP(as of 6/30/18): Total project cost: $2.101 B Total Phase 1 cost: $0.922 B Total Phase 2 cost: $1.179 B (excluding $0.007B in Phase 1 financing costs) 3/23/2017: CER performed: Total project cost: $1.84 B Total Phase 1 cost: $0.664 B (after CER, scope was increased - also unforeseen market conditions) Total Phase 2 cost: $1.176 B
  CMAQ, STBG, NHPP, Freight, TIFIA, Local funds, State funds, tolls
  09/13/2018: IFP prior concurrence to approve was issued by HQ.
  San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) Caltrans
I-405 Improvement Project (from SR-73 to I-605)
  Orange County, CA,  California
DO Contact - Scott McGuire
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0131: Adding one HOV lane and one GP lane in each direction between Orange County and Los Angeles County, approximately 14 miles. Converting both HOV lanes into HOT lanes. (12-OR-405, PM 0, Orange County, CA)
  09/06/2023: Anticipated Project Completion per 2018, and 2017 FPAU 08/25/2023: IFP Anticipated Project Completion 10/23/2022: Anticipated Substantial Completion 05/2017: Anticipated NTP 2
  2018 FPAU: $1.90 2017 FPAU: $1.90 IFP: $1.90 CER 70%: $1.77
  $628.93M TIFIA Loan approved on 07/26/2017, Local Sales Tax measure, State and Federal funding, and tolls
  03/13/18: 2017 FPAU Approved. 09/13/16: IFP Approved 04/26/16: Construction Level CER completed.
I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening and High Occupancy Vehicle Improvements
  Los Angeles County,  California
DO Contact - Omar Elkassed
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 066: I-405, from I-10 to US 101. Design-Build project to construct a HOV lane and widen the five existing mixed-flow lanes from 11 feet to 12 feet in the northbound direction, and improve several interchanges. (PM 28.8/39.0)
  12/31/2018: Estimated Completion date 09/2015: Substantial Completion 09/05/2014: Open to Traffic
  $1.606: 2018 FPAU $1.231: 2017 FPAU $1.231: 2016 FPAU $1.141: 2015 FPAU $1.141: 2014 FPAU $1.141: 2013 FPAU $0.950: 2009 IFP
  State Transportation Congestion Relief Program, SAFETEA-LU Program, State Corridor Mobility Improvement Account, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Project
  01/17/18: 2017 FPAU approved. 01/25/17: 2016 FPAU approved. 02/29/16: 2015 FPAU approved. 4/16/2015: 2014 FPAU approved. 1/27/14: 2013 FPAU approved. 10/4/13: 2012 FPAU approved. 4/23/09: IFP approved.
  Caltrans and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO).
I-5 HOV North (from SR-134 to SR-118)
  Los Angeles County,  California
DO Contact - Josue M. Yambo
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0068: Widen freeway and construct HOV lanes from State Route 134 to State Route 118. Includes 2 reconstructed interchanges.
  07/2022: Anticipated project completion
  2018 FPAU: $0.905 2017 FPAU: $0.896 2016 FPAU: $0.886 2015 FPAU: $0.883 2014 FPAU: $0.860 2013 FPAU: $0.852 2011-2012 combined FPAU: $0.789 2008 IFP: $0.931
  03/21/19: 2018 FPAU approved. 03/06/18: 2017 FPAU approved. 05/16/17: 2016 FPAU approved. 05/18/16: 2015 FPAU approved. 6/19/15: 2014 FPAU approved. 12/23/14: 2013 FPAU approved. 7/25/13: 2011-2012 FPAU approved.
  Caltrans and METRO
I-5 North Coast Corridor Project
  San Diego County,  California
DO Contact - Josue Yambo
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0123: Add HOV and General Purpose Lanes from Solana Beach, Encintas, Carlsbad and Oceanside from the Del Mar Heights Overcrossing to 0.3 km north of Camp Pendleton Undercrossing (11-SD-05, PM R28.4/R55.4, in San Diego County, CA). Also double tracking existing rail line. Project will be built in 3 major phases.
  2025: Anticipated Phase 2 and 3 Construction Start Date. 08/2022: Anticipated Phase 1 Contract Acceptance Date (per 2017 FPAU). 01/2017: Phase 1 Construction Start Date. 05/13/16: PMP Approved. 01/22/15: Record of Decision was signed.
  $0.863 - 2017 FPAU $0.857 - 2016 IFP OINCC Portion CER 70%: $0.855 B 05/10/2013: NEPA CER
  Federal-aid apportionments, local funding, State funding, FRA and FTA funding
  07/23/2018: 2017 FPAU approved. 11/30/2016: 2016 IFP approved.
  San Diego Association of Governments, Caltrans
I-5 South County Improvements (from SR 73- El Toro Rd) Project
  Orange County,  California
DO Contact - Tay Dam
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), in partnership with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), and in cooperation with the Cities of Lake Forest, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Mission Viejo, and San Juan Capistrano, is proposing to widen Interstate 5 (I-5) between State Route 73 (SR-73) and El Toro Road. The 6.5 mile Project will add a general purpose lane in each direction on I-5 between Avery Parkway and Alicia Parkway and extend the 2nd High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane from Alicia Parkway to El Toro Road. Additionally, the project proposes no HOV buffer which will accommodate continuous access throughout the Project limits. The Project will make improvements at each of the interchanges along I-5 from SR-73 to El Toro Road and will include 5 bridge replacements and 4 bridge widening/modifications that include two railroad overheads. One flood control channel will be realigned.
  IFP- 5/2026
  IFP - $0.6206 B
  Local, State, Federal(STBG)
  Draft IFP submitted 8/16/18; 9/27/18; 10/03/18 Comments delivered 9/10/18; 9/24/18
  Caltrans OCTA- Cities of Lake Forest, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Mission Viejo, and San Juan Capistrano
I-5 South Los Angeles County Widening Project
  Los Angeles County,  California
DO Contact - Scott McGuire
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS Grouping 0061: Widen for HOV and modify interchanges in Los Angeles County, in various cities from 0.2 mile south of Artesia Avenue to 0.2 mile north of Florence Avenue Overcrossing.
  10/2022: Project Completion(per 2018 FPAU) 01/2020: Project Completion(per approved 2015 FPAU September 2020 (per approved IFP): anticipated completion date(CCA) of the last construction segment (Seg. 2). 1/9/14: bids opened on first federally funded construction project (Seg. 5). 4/29/13: 3 projects are under construction with no federal construction funds. 11/28/11: Construction contract award Seg. 1 (no federal funds). 9/20/10: Final PMP
  2018 FPAU - $1.468 2017 FPAU - $1.468 2016 FPAU - $1.468 2015 FPAU - $1.468 2014 FPAU - $1.465 2013 IFP - $1.579
  01/17/18: 2017 FPAU approved. 11/29/16: 2016 FPAU approved. 02/05/16: 2015 FPAU approved. 05/29/15: 2014 FPAU approved. 04/02/14: 2013 IFP approved.
  Caltrans, MTA, I-5 JPA, OCTA
I-80/I-680/SR-12 Interchange Project
  4-SOL-80, 680, 12 City of Fairfield, Solano County, CA.,  California
DO Contact - Lanh Phan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0105: The proposed project is designed to reduce congestion, accommodate anticipated increases in traffic, and address safety concerns. The project includes widen I-80, I-680 & State Route (SR) 12 by adding mixed-flow lanes and HOV lanes; construct connector ramps & interchanges: interstate to interstate, interstate to SR 12 & local roads; and improve local roads.
  12/2023: Project Completion date (per 2018 FPAU). 12/22/14: Contract 1 of 7 construction contracts was started on 6/16/14 and is anticipated to be completed on 6/17/2016. 08/15/13: Construction Authorization Phase 1. 05/31/13: PMP approved. 02/13: Construction level CER completed. 12/07/12: ROD signed. Phase 1C selected as fundable segment. 05/11/12: Due to the complexity and high cost of the full-build alternatives, the ultimate project is divided into two distinct and independently useful phases: Phase I & II to meet the long-term traffic and safety demands of the project area. Phase I will be built with the funding currently identified in the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) to resolve immediate needs for the project. Phase II is anticipated to be built in the future. 12/16/2010: NEPA CER completed.
  2018 FPAU: $0.745 2017 FPAU: $0.737 2016 FPAU: $0.730 2015 FPAU: $0.709 2014 FPAU: $0.705 2013 IFP: $0.695
  Local, state, and Federal funds. Following are the proposed funding types and sources for Phase I of the project per the RTP: Bridge Toll Funds:$99.0 CMIA:$24.0 STIP:$11.4 Committed Funds:$261.2 Discretionary Funds:$362.0
  04/11/2018: 2017 FPAU approved. 04/26/2017: 2016 FPAU approved. 02/03/16: 2015 FPAU approved. 08/12/13: IFP approved.
  Caltrans/Solano Transportation Authority (STA)
I-80/San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (East Span)
  San Francisco-Oakland,  California
DO Contact - Greg Kolle
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0007. Seismic safety replacement of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge East Span truss spans.
  1/2019: project completion. 9/2/13: New bridge opened to traffic.
  $6.525 - 2018 FPAU $6.543 - 2017 FPAU $6.648 - 2016 FPAU $6.632 - 2015 FPAU $6.397 - 2014 FPAU $6.465 - 2013 FPAU $6.385 - 2012 FPAU $6.451 - 2011 FPAU $5.487 - 2005 Baseline Budget (scope change) (AB 144/SB 66)
  Federal-aid (HBRRP) is $321.7 M of the $1,208 M to complete the Skyway contract in March 2008. No Federal-aid funds on any other SFOBB East Span Seismic Replacement contract. Bulk of funding revenues are generated from tolls and State Legislated Seismic Surcharge Revenues AB 1171 and AB 144.
  08/10/18: 2017 FPAU approved. 05/26/17: 2016 FPAU approved. 08/23/16: 2015 FPAU approved. 03/30/15: 2014 FPAU approved. 05/19/14: 2013 FPAU approved. 09/26/13: 2012 FPAU approved. 06/08/12: 2011 FPAU approved.
  Caltrans, California Transportation Committee (CTC), and the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) subgroup of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) are members of a Legislated Body, the Toll Bridge Program Oversight Committee (TBPOC) that approves funding for the SFOBB East Span Seismic Safety Replacement and other Toll Bridge Seismic projects.
Marin-Sonoma Narrows
  Highway 101, Marin County (MP18.6/27.6) to Sonoma County (MP 0.0/7/1),  California
DO Contact - Lanh Phan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping: 0107 Widen and Realign Freeway, Add HOV, Replace Bridges, Soundwalls, and Drainage. The MSN project area will be upgraded from an expressway to a freeway consistent with the freeway segments north and south of the MSN project area. Web link: above.
  01/2028: Project Completion Date (2018 FPAU) 01/2016: Begin Construction Contract B3. Contract B3 with Federal-aid Hwy. funds is under advertisement. Bids opened on October 14, 2015. This contract is anticipated to be completed in 11/2018. 2013 FPAU Estimated completion dates: Phase 1: Roadway- 2016 Closeout- 2017 Landscape- 2019 Closeout- 2020 Phase 2: Roadway- 2019 Closeout- 2020 Landscape- 2021 Closeout- 2022 Phase 1 construction began at the end of 2010 w/o federal funds. Phase II is scheduled to begin in approx. 2016
  2018 FPAU: $0.762 2017 FPAU: $0.687 2016 FPAU: $0.703 2015 FPAU: $0.711 2014 FPAU: $0.719 2013 FPAU: $0.685 2012 FPAU: $0.689 2011 IFP: $0.670
  State, Federal, and Local funds.
  05/21/18: 2017 FPAU approved. 04/05/17: 2016 FPAU approved. 03/03/16: 2015 FPAU approved. 03/31/15: 2014 FPAU approved. 05/21/14: 2013 FPAU approved. 09/18/13: 2012 FPAU approved. 06/26/12: 2011 IFP approved.
  Caltrans, Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA)and Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM).
SR-11 and Otay Mesa 'East' Port of Entry (OME-POE)
  CA District 11 San Diego Co, East Otay Mesa, from Rt 905-future 129/905 junction to US/Mexico border,  California
DO Contact - Lismary Gavillan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0117: Construct 2.7 miles of new 4 lane highway from SR 905-future 125/905 junction to US/Mexico border and new Port of Entry (POE).
  Completion Date of 6/2021 (per 2017 IFP) 09/03/14: Caltrans has submitted the Traffic Revenue study to FHWA. This is a major milestone for the project. 06/14(SM): PS&E for 905 Connectors from SR11 to SR125 was approved on 6/10. PODI PS&E form uploaded to DMS. 03/13/14 PMP approved. 10/02/13: Segment 1 contract (100% State funded) awarded to Coffman Specialties, Inc. Project anticipated to break ground 12/1/13. 12/14/12: Project Oversight Agreement Signed. 09/10/12: HQ PDT concurrence on draft PMP email. CER Dec 4-6, 2012.
  $0.309 - 2017 IFP For 9/2017 CER: $0.294 - for funded phases $0.806 - Construction level CER 70 percentile, conducted on September 26-28, 2017. $0.766 - 12/2012 CER 70% confidence level, minus Segment 4.
  State, Coordinated Border Infrastructure (CBI) funds, tolls, $49 M FASTLANE Grant, potential TIFIA loan.
  06/13/18: 2017 IFP approved. 12/18/17: Draft 2017 IFP received by the Division. Currently under review. 11/19/13: revised Draft IFP rc'd. 01/29/13: Draft IFP submitted to HQ-PDT. HQ declined review, deeming submittal premature. Division returned comments to Caltrans 06/25/13. 01/11/13: Draft IFP received.
  Caltrans and San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
SR-905, from I-805 to Otay Mesa Port of Entry (POE)
  San Diego County,  California
DO Contact - Lismary Gavillan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping: 0031 San Bernardino International Airport Construct new 6-lane freeway to near existing POE with Mexico, approx 6.5 miles. 5 major phases plus landscaping and mitigation contracts. Phase 4 is OINCC.
  06/2023: Estimated Project Completion based on 2018 FPAU. 2018 FPAU: Phase 3C and the landscaping are still unfunded at this time. 2017 FPAU: Phase 3B will be built and funded by the SR-11 Otay Mesa Project 11/2016: Phase 3A opened to traffic 8/24/16: Final construction inspection performed on last construction segment. 6/2013: Phase 1B construction completed 6/22/12: Phase 2 construction completed 12/2010: Phase 1A Open to Traffic
  All entries through 2015 include "OINCC" Phase 4 cost ($0.054). Starting in 2016, this will no longer be reported. 2018 FPAU - $0.535 2017 FPAU - $0.526 2016 FPAU - $0.648 2015 FPAU - $0.645 2014 FPAU - $0.617 2013 FPAU - $0.611 2012 FPAU - $0.607 2011 FPAU - $0.614 2010 FPAU - $0.611 2009 FPAU - $0.622 2008 IFP - $0.618
  1/25/15-EW: Trade Corridors Improvement Funds (TCIF) will be pursued for completion of Phase 3B funding gap. Prior: SAFETEA-LU Border Infrastructure Program & Earmark, Federal Discretionary-CBI, Federal Demonstration-SEC 115 & Sec 330, Regional STP-SEC 117, City of San Diego, STIP-IIP, STIP-RIP, ITIP Augmentation, TCRP
  05/21/2018: 2018 FPAU approved. 08/03/2017: 2017 FPAU approved. 03/22/16: 2016 FPAU approved. 03/24/15: 2015 FPAU approved. 06/05/14: 2014 FPAU approved. 08/14/13: 2013 FPAU approved. 12/07/12: 2012 FPAU conditions met. 09/10/12: 2012 FPAU conditional approval. 06/30/11: 2011 FPAU approved. 04/08/10: 2010 FPAU approved. 01/30/08: IFP approved.
  Caltrans and San Diego Area Council of Governments (SANDAG)
SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project/HOT Lanes (Initial Project)
  08-RIV-91, PM 0.0/13.4, and 12-RIV-15, in Riverside California,  California
DO Contact - Tay Dam
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  From Riverside COL to Pierce Street. Design-Build project adding one new mixed-flow lane, one new Toll Express Lane (TEL) lane, and converting an existing HOV lane into a second TEL Lane in each direction on SR-91 from Riverside County Line to Pierce Street in the City of Riverside in Riverside County. Also adding one TEL lane in each direction on I-15 from Hidden Valley Parkway in the City of Norco to Cajalco Road in the City of Corona and constructing a Collector Distributor system between Main Street and I-15 in both directions.
  03/15/2018: Construction Contract Completion 03/20/2017: Open to Traffic (Substantially Complete) 12/11/13: Groundbreaking event 7/2/13: TIFIA Loan Closing 5/10/13: NTP 1 issued to Design-Builder 10/23/12: ROD signed for Initial CIP project. A separate ROD will be issued for the remaining work (now split out from this Major Project).
  2018 FPAU: $1.263 2017 FPAU: $1.252 2016 FPAU: $1.249 2015 FPAU: $1.249 2014 FPAU: $1.239 2013 FPAU: $1.144 ($1.312 with financing) 2012 TIFIA application (IFP): $1.227 ($1.356 with financing)
  6/27/13: TIFIA loan amount will be $421 million. 12/28/12: per TIFIA JPO, TIGER funds will no longer be used on the project. Originally: Local Measures Fund, Federal TIFIA Loan, Tiger 3 Funds ($20 million).
  02/13/18: 2017 FPAU approved. 02/10/17: 2016 FPAU approved. 12/01/15: 2015 FPAU approved. 04/24/15: 2014 FPAU approved. 11/08/13: 2013 IFP approved.
  Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC)
Central 70
  Denver,  Colorado
DO Contact - Monica Pavlik
MPT Contact - Chuck Luedders
  This project improves capacity and safety to 12 miles of I-70 from just east of I-25 to Chambers Road, in the vicinity of Pena Boulevard, the access to Denver International Airport, by adding one managed lane (tolled express lane) in each direction. Construction of the second managed lane, needed for future traffic, east of Quebec St to Tower Blvd and adding direct connection ramps to I-270, I-225 and Pena Blvd is unfunded and was not be included in the ROD. The Central 70 project reconstructs from Brighton to Quebec (with the necessary width for the future ultimate configuration identified in the I-70 East FEIS), and opens one managed lane to traffic in either direction. It also constructs a single managed lane from Quebec St to Chambers Road without reconstruction. Estimated cost: $1.23 billion. This project includes replacing an aging viaduct on the west end of the corridor with a lowered highway and constructing a 4-acre park over a portion of the interstate.
  NEPA: SDEIS: 8/4/2014 FEIS: 12/18/2016 ROD: 1/19/2017 Final RFP: 3/6/2017 Financial close: December 2017 Construction began (NTP2)July 10, 2018. Central 70 Construction Completion Deadline: March 2023
  Central 70 cost $1.235 (2019 FPAU)
  Federal: CMAQ, TIFIA ($416 million), PABS ($120 million), ($65 million) private equity State: SB 228, Bridge Enterprise Local; City and County of Denver
  CER update was September 6 and 7, 2017. 2019 FPAU approved 4/11/2019. Developer's 2019 FPAU submitted for review/approval 4/1/2019. Financial Plan Annual Updates due April 1, 2019
  Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Colorado Bridge Enterprise (CBE), High Performance Transportation Enterprise(HPTE) Private Partners: Kiewit Meridiam Partners (KMP)(Own TIFIA credit and PABs)
North I-25
  I-25 Denver to Fort Collins,  Colorado
DO Contact - Brian Dobling
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Reconstruction and widening of I-25 between Colorado 14 and US 36 with construction of one buffer-separated tolled expressed lane in each direction between Colorado 14 and Colorado 66, and between E-470 and US 36; and upgrades to 6 interchanges along I-25 including Colorado 14, Prospect Road, US 34 (Phase 1 includes construction of an interchange at US 34/Centerra Parkway), Colorado 56, County Road 34 and Colorado 7. The project also includes initiation of express bus service with six stations/stops along I-25, US 34 and Harmony Road with service from Fort Collins and Greeley to downtown Denver and DIA; implementation of commuter bus service along US 85 connecting Greeley to downtown Denver; construction of six carpool lots along I-25.
  Funded Phase Completion date : June 30, 2040 Overall project completion date : June 30, 2060 Design for portions have started, but funding for all of the construction improvements will be stretched out through 2040. Segment 2A was TIGER IV and is complete. Segment 3A is under construction. Completion is anticipated in 2019. Segment 7B, Crossroads Blvd is complete. Segments 7 and 8 between SH 402 and SH 14, groundbreaking held on 9-10-2018 Segment 5& 6, SH 66 to SH 402, CMGC contract awarded and construction anticipated to begin Sept 2019.
  Funded Phase: $2.260 Total Project: $8.667 Cost of Segment 2A $.0720. Cost of Segment 3A $.979 Cost of Segment 7B $.0326 Cost of part of Segment 7 and Segment 8 $.297 Cost of parts of Segment 5 and 6 $.2 - $.6
  Segment 2A: Federal, TIGER IV, State and local Segment 3A: Federal, State, Local, toll revenue bank loan. Segment 7B: Federal, State, Local Part of Segment 7 and Segment 8: TIGER 8, toll revenue bank loan, local, state and federal. Segment 5 and 6: federal, BUILD I, state, and local.
  The Initial Finance Plan was approved March 2016. Most recent CER was performed on November 9, 2017. FPAU for 2019 was approved May 20, 2019.
  CDOT; HPTE, Bridge Enterprise
US 301 Project, DE/MD Line to SR1
  Middletown (Southern New Castle County),  Delaware
DO Contact - Daniel Montag, P.E.
MPT Contact - Carlos Figueroa
  The project consists of new alignment for US 301 and a new Spur Road. US 301 is designed to be a four-lane, limited access toll roadway on new location, extending from the Maryland/Delaware state line to SR-1, a distance of approximately 12.5 miles. The Spur Road will be a two-lane, limited access roadway on new location, extending from US 301 to Summit Bridge, a distance of approximately 4.5 miles. The purpose of the project is to improve safety and relieve congestion problems in the corridor. The Spur Road is not being constructed at this time.
  The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) was published on November 30, 2007. Record of Decission - Signed April 30, 2008 Project Management Plan - approved May 27, 2008. Publish Record of Decision in Federal Register- Sept 18, 2008 Start Right-of-Way acquisition - June 2008 Begin Design - Aug 2008 (four section designers and a GEC) Initial Finance Plan - Approved Dec 10, 2015. Financial Plan Annual Update - Received Dec 2016, under review, to be submitted Jan 2017. Project Management Plan - Updated September 27, 2016 Start Construction - January 18, 2016 Open to Traffic - Late Fall 2018 Begin Toll Operations - January 1, 2019 Project Full Completion - July 2019 Project completion of Spur Road is July 2029
  CER January 2008 was $704 million (YOE) CER September 2012 was $682 million (YOE) at 70% confidence level CER January 2015 was $574,347,077 for the Mainline and $765,304,660 for Total project cost (Mainline and Spur Rd) at 70% confidence level. Spur Rd is not being constructed at this time. Current Total Mainline Project Cost $581.9 million. Total Project Cost with Spur Road when built: $771.0 million.
  US 301 Mainline Funding Sources (does not include Spur Rd) 1. TIFIA Loan ($211.235M) 2. US 301 Toll Revenue Bonds ($234.315M) 3. 2010 GARVEE Bond ($125M): Note Federal-aid is being used to repay over a 15 yr period. 4. State Transportation Trust Funds. ($11.8M) 5. Federal-aid funds ($53.5M 6. Federal-aid funds used to repay GARVEE ($76.9M) as of 2017 FPAU
  IFP dated November 20, 2015. IFP was approved December 10, 2015. The next scheduled FPAU will have information as of June 30, 2019, and should be submitted within 90 days of this date.
  Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT)
South Capitol Street Corridor Project
  SE and SW Washington, DC, from I-395 to I-295,  Dist Of Col
DO Contact - Vinh Hoang
MPT Contact - Ian
  The South Capitol Street Corridor Project is divided into 5 segments that encompass South Capitol Street and the Anacostia River. Segment 1 includes the construction of the new Frederick Douglas Memorial Bridge and its approaches. Segment 2 reconstructs the interchange at I-295 and Suitland Parkway. Segment 3 includes a new interchange at Suitland Parkway and Martin Luther King Jr. Ave SE. Segment 4 reconstructs South Capitol Street and includes an at-grade intersection reconstruction at M Street. Segment 5 includes streetscape improvements along New Jersey Ave SE.
  Phase 1 (Segments 1 and 2) ROW - November 6, 2017 Notice to proceed for Construction - January 19, 2018. Construction Completion for Phase 1 - December 31, 2021 Phase 2 completion - December 2024
  $0.858 $0.872 based 2017 FPAU
  Local, Federal-Aid, GARVEEs
  FHWA approved the first FPAU on 10/04/2018. FHWA approved 2018 FPAU on 3/26/2019. The Initial Financial Plan was approved by FHWA HQ on 2/22/2016. The Division sent it's approval letter on 3/1/2016.
  District Department of Transportation (DDOT)
First Coast Expressway/St. Johns River Crossing Segements 5, 6, 7 and 8
  St. Johns and Clay counties,  Florida
DO Contact - Marvin Williams
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FDOT will start construction on two segments in Clay County from SR 16 (Leonard C. Taylor Pkwy) to SR 21 (Blanding Blvd). The final two segments from I-95 in St. Johns County to SR 16 in Clay County, including the bridge crossing over the St. Johns River, is currently funded for construction in FY 2023. This Project Management Plan focuses on the four remaining segments from I-95 in St. Johns County to SR 21 (Blanding Blvd) in Clay County
  Overall project completion date - 1/30/2028 Funded phase completion date: 09/30/2025
  Overall- $1.65 Phased-$.7885
  IFP approved on 8/1/2018
I-395 Reconstruction
  Miami,  Florida
DO Contact - Andrew DeTizio
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The Project will improve traffic safety, increase capacity and meet driver expectations by improving the direct connection between I-95 and the Port of Miami Tunnel. The addition of new lanes and associated upgrades to ramps will eliminate dangerous merging and weaving movements and numerous substandard geometric design elements.
  Currently in construction. Anticipated project completion: April, 2022
  $0.836 (Current)
  State and Federal.
  IFP approved May 2016. 2017 FPAU approved June 2017. 2018 FPAU approved October 2018.
  Florida Dept. of Transportation (FDOT).
I-4 Ultimate W/Managed (Tolled) Lanes (Moving-4-Ward)
  Orange and Seminole Counties, Orlando Urban Area,  Florida
DO Contact - Marvin L. Williams
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction and tolled lanes for 18 miles of I-4 in Oralando and Seminole Counties, District 5, FDOT. A light rail transit line will eventually be built in the southern portion of the reconstructed median as an independent environmental document and construction project.
  Final EIS completed, ROD signed December 2002 and subsequent ROD signed on December 8, 2005. Construction anticipated as a P3-Design-Build project in 2014 to construct the 18 miles project. Design/construction reevaluation approved on January 3, 2014. Estimate completion date is: 12/31/2020. As of the 2017 FPAU the completion date is 3/2021.
  Currently in Design with an estimated construction cost of $2.5B to construct the 18 mile section from south of Kirkman Road (SR-435) to North of SR 434. The construction total cost per 2017 FPAU is $3.5B The estaimated 40 year total cost is $7,247,777,622.00
  90% Federal. Florida's new Growth Management Plan will provide $300 million to the FDOT for right-of-way acquisition. PABs letter granted 9/12/2013 Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority (Name changed to Central Florida Expressway Authority in 2014) financial contribution $230 million. TIFIA funds $990M.
  Initial Financial Plan approved on 9/27/13. IFP (post award) approved on 10/13/15. 2016 FPAU approved. 2017 FPAU approved 10/5/17. 2018 FPAU approved 10/16/18.
  FDOT and Central Florida Expressway Authority (formally the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority (OOCEA)), City of Orlando, and the Florida Turnpike Enterprise
I-75/SR826 Managed Lanes
  Broward and Miami-Dade Counties,  Florida
DO Contact - Andrew DeTizio
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Provide two managed lanes in each direction of SR 826 from SR 836 to I-75 and I-75 from SR 826 to I-595 to improve mobility, relieve congestion and increase capacity. The total length of this project is 27 miles and composed of two components: FDOT District 4 (D4) and FDOT District 6 (D6) based on the geographical location of construction.
  CE Type II was approved on March 29, 2012. All contracts have been awarded and are currently under construction. Total project completion date is July 2019.
  $1.0243 (last FPAU)
  State and Federal
  CER completed October 2012. IFP approved September 2013. 2015 FPAU approved July 2015. 2016 FPAU approved November 2016. 2017 FPAU approved November 2017. 2018 FPAU approved October 2018.
  Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)
I-95 Express (Phase 3)
  Broward and Palm Beach Counties,  Florida
DO Contact - Andrew DeTizio
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The project is located in Broward and Palm Beach counties in Florida. It will add two Express lanes in each direction along I-95, to relieve congestion and increase capacity. The project will be procured in 3 segments: 3A, 3B, and 3C. The total project length is 29 miles.
  3A was advertised as two D/B contracts: 3A-1 and 3A-2 anticipated Award mid-June 2015. Anticipated completion date of 3A is July 2018. 3B planned advertisement in 2017, and 3C planned advertisement in 2018. Total project completion in January 2024.
  $1.199 (current FPAU) $1.207 (last FPAU)
  State and Federal.
  IFP approved June,2015. 2015 FPAU approved January 2016. 2016 FPAU approved April 2017. 2017 FPAU approved February 2018 2018 FPAU approved February 2019
  Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)
Pinellas County Gateway Expressway Project
  Pinellas County,  Florida
DO Contact - Bren George or Marvin L. Williams
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  The Project runs from north to south connecting the St. Petersburg/Clearwater Airport directly to I-275 and runs east to west connecting US 19 to I-275. Also included in the Project is the construction of express lanes along I-275 from South of Gandy Blvd. to north 4th Street North. The Project will construct a new four-lane elevated tolled expressway connection from US 19 to west of I-275 and from the Bayside Bridge (CR 611) and St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport to west of I-275.
  Estimated completion date: December, 2021 from (IFP) Updated completion date is September 2021 from 2017 FPAU.
  $0.671 (IFP). The 2017 FPAU Cost is $.792.8B
  State and Federal.
  IFP approved 10/2016. 2017 FPAU Approval on 12/1/2017.
  Florida Dept. of Transportation (FDOT)
SR 429 - Wekiva Parkway
  Orange, Lake and Seminole Counties,  Florida
DO Contact - Marvin L. Williams
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The Wekiva Parkway (SR 429) from US 441 to I-4/ SR 417, completing the beltway around northwest metropolitan Orlando. Improvements include: Widening seven (7) miles of SR 46 in Lake and Seminole Counties. Rebuilding the US 441/SR 46 interchange in Mount Dora. Shifting the CR 46A connection to SR 46 so wildlife can move more safely between habitats. Building a multi-use trail along portions of the parkway in east Lake and Seminole counties.
  12/2021 (preliminary) FONSI approved 5/2012 IFP estimated completion in December 2021. FDOT 2016 FPAU phase completion date reduced to 11/20. FDOT Overall completion date December 2021. 2017 FPAU completion date November 2022.
  $1.749 (IFP) 2016 FPAU Cost $1.785.3B. 2017 FPAU Cost is $1.189.3B 2018 FPAU Cost is $1.199.7B
  FDOT-State, Federal,Central Fl. Expressway Authority (CFX), TIFIA $194M post construction,local funds.
  CFX and FDOT IFP approved on 07/29/2015. FDOT and CFX 2016 FPAU completed (4/12/2017). FDOT/CFX 2017 FPAU approved:10/27/17 2018 FPAU approved 10/18/18.
  Florida Dept. of Trapnsportation (FDOT), Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX), and Florida Turnpike Enterprise
Three Mile Pensacola Bay Bridge (SR 30 (US 98) FROM 17TH AVENUE TO BAYBRIDGE DRIVE)
DO Contact - Marvin Williams
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Replacement of the Pensacola Bay Bridge ("Three Mile Bridge" - 2.96 miles) with 4-lane bridge carrying US 98 across Pensacola Bay
  Estimated completion date: November, 2021 from (IFP) Estimated completion date: 12/2021 from 2018 FPAU
  IFP $.529 2017 FPAU $.475 2018 FPAU $.508
  Federal and State. The Project does not include a finance component and is not dependent on toll revenues to be constructed.
  IFP Appr. 9/22/2015 2016 FPAU 12/29/2016 2017 FPAU Division Approve:2/6/2016 2018 FPAU approved on 12/3/2018.
I-285/GA 400 Interchange Project
  Fulton and Dekalb Counties, Georgia,  Georgia
DO Contact - Schmidt, Jeffrey (FHWA)
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The I-285/S.R. 400 Reconstruction Project will rebuild the interchange and also make improvements along I-285 from west of Roswell Road in Sandy Springs to east of Ashford-Dunwoody Road in DeKalb County, a 4.3 mile stretch. It will also make improvements along a 6.2 mile stretch of S.R. 400 from the Glenridge Connector to the Spalding Drive overpass. Improvements include the construction of new flyover ramps, new collector-distributor lanes and other facilities to aid east-west travel along I-285 and northsouth travel along S.R. 400. The project also includes the extension of PATH 400 trail system to inside the perimeter.
  Estimated final acceptance date: December 19, 2020 NTP1(Design) 4/11/16 NTP2 (Construction) 10/8/16 Construction Start 2/7/17
  Federal, State, and Local funds. Developer finance of $120M
  The 2018 FPAU was approved on December 4, 2018.
  Georgia DOT (GDOT)& SRTA
Northwest Corridor Project (I-75-I-575)
  Cherokee and Cobb Counties, GA,  Georgia
DO Contact - Jeffrey Schmidt
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  This project begins on I-75 where the current system ends at Akers Mill Road. It is proposed to construct 2 reversible lanes on I-75 between I-285 and I-575. One lane will continue north on I-75 to north of Hickory Groove Road. One lane will continue north on I-575 to Sixes Road. A barrier separated system is proposed. Tolling of managed lanes is proposed. The project includes approximately 16 miles on I-75, 12 miles on I-575, and 2 miles on I-285.
  The ROD was signed on May 23, 2013. Reevaluation #1 was approved on Sept 16, 2014. Contract with NWER was signed on November 14, 2014. TIFIA loan for $275M was closed as well. NTP1 Design 11/15/2013 NTP2 Construction 10/06/2014 Substantial completion date August 2018.
  $0.834 (IFP) $0.835 (Current)
  Federal and State Funds, TIFIA, and partial private finance from the developer.
  The 2018 FPAU was approved on November 8, 2018.
  Georgia DOT and State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA)
Circle Interchange
  I-90/I-94 at I-290 Interchange in downtown Chicago, IL,  Illinois
DO Contact - Chris Byars
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  Interchange Reconstruction
  Estimated Completion Date: November,2022 (Current per 2018 Annual Financial Plan Update) Construction started in Fall 2013. WB Mainline I 290 (60X77) Start date: August 6th, 2016 Percent Complete: 63% Time Ext.9/2/19 I 290 Westbound Bridge over 90/94 (60X78) Start date: September 01, 2016 Percent complete: 99% Time Ext.10/28/18 NE I 90/94 to EB Congress Parkway Bridge (62B76) Start date: September 12, 2016 Percent complete: 98% Monroe St. Bridge (60X95) Start date: February 12th, 2018 Percent complete: 62% Time Ext.8/15/19 Van Buren St. Bridge (60X99) Start date: August 16th, 2017 Percent complete: 77% Jackson St. Water Main (62A75) Start date: August 8, 2017 Percent complete: 99% Time Ext.11/1/18 I 290 Eastbound Bridge over 90/94 (60X75) Start date: October 16, 2017 Percent complete: 65% Time Ext.10/2/19 EB Mainline I 290 (60X76) Start date: October 16, 2017 Percent Complete: 67% ES Ramp Retaining Wall and Water Main (62A74) Start date: October 10, 2017 Percent complete: 84% Time Ext.3/27/19 EN Ramp, EB 290 to NB 90/94 (60X79) Start Date: TBD Precon meeting scheduled for 1/14/19 Percent Complete: 2% 5 Major System Ramps for Circle Interchange (60X93) Start Date: TBD Precon meeting scheduled for 1/14/19 Percent Complete: 4% Contracts previously completed 60W25 Morgan St 60W36 Tunnel Filling 60W26 Halsted / Harrison 60W71 East Harrison 60W28 NW Flyover 60F63 Ohio Feeder 60W29 Peoria St 60X62 Landscaping 60W30 Taylor St 60Y66 Landscaping 62D78 WB 290 Sewer 60X61 WB Add Lanes
  $0.713 (Current year of expenditure per 2018 Annual Financial Plan Update) $0.535(initial plan)
  NHPP and State funding
  Initial plan Approved 9/25/2013 2017 FPAU approved 3/27/18 2018 FPAU approved 2/25/19
  Illinois Department of Transportation
Elgin-O'Hare Western Access
  Between US 20 and the O'Hare Airport and the West Access from I-90 to I-294,  Illinois
DO Contact - Craig Cassem
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  This project is converting an existing controlled access from US 20 to I-290 to a tolled facility and constructing a new full access controlled tolled facility from I-290 to the O Hare Airport and a new full access controlled tolled facility around the western side of the O Hare Airport from I-90 to I-294.
  current projected date:(11/30/2025) ROD was signed on December 12, 2012. Construction started in 2013 and is anticipated to be completed by November 2025. Most construction has been funded with non-federal funds
  (current) $3.4 $3.4(initial plan)
  State(Illinois Toll Highway Funds), Federal and Local
  initial approved September 19, 2014
  Illinois State Toll Highway Authority and Illinois Dept. of Transportation
O'Hare Con-RAC
  At Manheim and Zemke Road in Chicago, Illinois, a gateway into the O Hare International Airport,  Illinois
DO Contact - Michael Kowalczyk
MPT Contact - Peter Clogston
  This project constructs a parking structure, a rental car service center, and extends the automated transit facilities in order to eliminate rental car shuttle buses for cleaner air, as well as to modernize the O'Hare Airport
  (current): The parking structure and related facilities started physical construction in August 2015 The Automated Transit System was procured in May 2015. Both have a completion date of December 2018 The City of Chicago pursuant to Section 15 of the TIFIA Loan Agreement submitted a formal notification on June 29, 2018 to the Build America Bureau that has revised the completion date of the O'Hare Consolidated Joint Use Facility project to September 18, 2019.
  (current) $0.786B (previous) $0.817B Establishing the final prices for the two contracts eliminated the risk contingencies that were factored into the earlier estimate. The contract finalization included redesign work that resulted in reconfigurations with lower costs and more clearly described work items: No scope of work was eliminated as cost estimates were reduced.
  TIFIA and local funds Chicago Department of Aviation has a TIFIA loan through FHWA. The City provided a Buy America waiver request for specific components needed for their project. The City had hoped to draw on the loan during the summer of 2016, but they knew the process would take time. They restructured their financing to delay using the TIFIA loan. Buy America waiver finally published in the Federal Register on December 2, 2016 under the heading: Con-RAC Buy America Waiver - Federal Register 2016-28975. The City requested their sixteenth and final TIFIA Disbursement for May 1, 2019 at a cost of $2,480,472.62 on April 11, 2019. To date all $271,895,000 has been disbursed from TIFIA.
  Initial plan approved; The 2018 FPAU was submitted by CDA on March 29, 2019. It is being reviewed by FHWA-IL Division. The next scheduled FPAU will include all project information as of December 31, 2019.
  Chicago Department of Aviation
I-69 SIU 3 Section 6
  Martinsville to Indianapolis,  Indiana
DO Contact - Eryn Fletcher
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  I-69 Section 6 will begin in Martinsville and end at I-465 in Indianapolis. Construction began in Winter/Spring 2019.
  IFP Schedule: FEIS/ROD: 02/2017 Start Construction 07/2019 Construction Completion Funded phase: 06/2022 Total project: 06/2027
  $1.634 B (total project) $0.344 B (funded phase)
  Federal 79.8% State/Other 20.2%
  IFP approved 10/2/2018. Next FPAU as of 1/1/19 submitted to Division on 3/29/19. Review and revision coordination underway.
  State of Indiana (INDOT)
Council Bluffs Interstate System Improvements, Segments 1, 2 and 3
  Council Bluffs,  Iowa
DO Contact - Andrew Zimmerman
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The NEPA Tier 1 project area included approximately 18 miles of mainline interstate on I-29, I-80, and I-480; 3 system interchanges; and 13 service interchanges. The proposed improvements to the Council Bluffs Interstate System are intended to upgrade the mobility through the I-80, I-29, and I-480 corridors. The corridor was split into 5 segments in the Tier 1 EIS: -Segment 1: Missouri River Bridge -Segment 2: West Systems Interchange (I-29/I-80) -Segment 3: East Systems Interchange (I-29/I-80) -Segment 4: I-29/I-480/West Broadway -Segment 5: I-80 North of Madison The Iowa DOT and the Nebraska DOT have decided to proceed with Tier 2 NEPA, design, and construction of a Major Project comprised of Segment 1, and an operationally independent interim build of Segments 2 and 3. The NEPA Tier 2 documents have been completed for the work to be done in these 3 segments.
  Estimated Completion Date: 5/31/2024. Most recent financial plan update 11/2/2018, Initial Financial Plan 1/9/2008. A Tier 1 EIS is complete for the corridor which established 5 segments for the corridor. Tier 2 NEPA work has been completed for Segments 1, 2 and 3. Construction work on the Segments is estimated as follows: Segment 1: 2008-2019 Segment 2: 2008-2022 Segment 3: 2013-2024
  $1.364 (Current) $1.364 (Previous approved financial plan update) $0.76 (Initial Financial Plan) The DOT is constructing Segment 1, 2, and 3 concurrently, and these will make up the Major Project portion of this corridor improvement. Segements 4 and 5 are identified in the CBIS Tier 1 EIS, but are not part of this major project.
  The project will be financed using a combination of federal and state funding.
  This Major Projects Financial Plan is on its 11th annual update, 12th total since the IFP approval on 1/9/2008. Current FPAU certified 10/3/2018, and approval letter signed 11/2/2018.
  Iowa DOT and NE DOT (Iowa is the lead state)
I-74 Quad Cities Corridor Reconstruction
  Davenport and Bettendorf, IA and Moline, IL,  Iowa
DO Contact - Micah Loesch
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Reconstruction of the I-74 corridor from the Avenue of the Cities Interchange in Moline, IL, to 1 mile north of the 53rd Street Interchange in Davenport, IA. Due to funding constraints, Iowa and Illinois have decided to phase construct this project with the following phases: Phase 0--Lincoln Rd. Overpass and 53rd St. Interchange (construction has been completed on this phase), Phase 1--Local Road improvements in Bettendorf and Moline, Phase 2--expanded Central Section work including new bridges over the Mississippi River, and Phase 3--North Section (north of Middle Rd.).
  Phase 1 completion date: June 2017 All Phases completion date is June 2026. The Record of Decision for the project was signed on April 29, 2009. Bid Letting occurred on 4/25/17 for the primary Phase 2 work, including main span over Mississippi River, approach spans, and the IA WB viaduct. The contracts were awarded on May 17, 2017. Construction is underway. IL viaducts let in June, 2017. Construction has started. Iowa roadway and EB viaduct work to be let in the future. Final WB bridge/mainline estimated completion date of November, 2019. EB bridge/mainline estimated completion date of November, 2020. All remaining work thru Phase 2 estimated completion date of May, 2021.
  From 2018 FPAU: $1.131 (all phases) Phase 0: $0.018 Phase 1: $0.033 Phase 2: $0.897 Phase 3: $0.183 Phase 0 and 1 are fully funded and completed. Phase 2 is fully funded, and construction is underway. Phase 3 is unfunded.
  TEA21, SAFETEA-LU, MAP-21 and special appropriations. In addition, Iowa and Illinois DOTs have received about $85 million in Congressionally-designated funding for the project. To date, $308 million in total federal funding has been obligated on the project. Additional project funds will be a combination of Federal formuala funds, State funds, and possibly special appropriations.
  The 2018 FPAU was approved on 10/24/2018. The 2019 PMP has been updated and was approved on 3/29/18.
  Iowa DOT and Illinois DOT (Iowa is the lead state).
US68/KY80, Land Between the Lakes, West of Cadiz, KY
  Trigg and Marshall Counties, KY,  Kentucky
DO Contact - Michael Loyselle
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruct US 68/KY 80 to 4 lanes from Cadiz to Aurora including 2 new bridges over Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley.
  Estimated Completion Date: 11/30/19 (Current) 04/01/17 (Initial Financial Plan) FONSI approved in October 2006. Roadway portion between the lake bridges (design build section) was constructed using a combination of state funds and ARRA funds. That section is completed and is open to traffic. A construction project for the far western end of the project was broken out from the Kentucky Lake Bridge Section and was awarded on March 1, 2013. This project included the construction of a three span Lagoon Bridge, along with causeway work and pile testing for the ultimate Kentucky Lake Bridge. Construction began on April 18, 2013 and is completed. A contract for the Kentucky Lake Bridge was awarded on February 10, 2014 and was approximately 15% under the engineers estimate. Construction is completed and traffic is now using the new bridge. Demolition of the old bridge is completed. The Lake Barkley Bridge project was awarded February 6, 2015 and was approximately 16% under the engineers estimate. Construction is currently 95% completed. The three remaining roadway widening sections of the project were awarded on December 4, 2015 and were approximately 4% over the engineers estimate. Construction is currently 37% completed. The anticipated completion date for the entire project is now November 30, 2019.
  $0.5471 (Current) $0.5830 (Initial Financial Plan)
  The Initial Finance Plan and the Project Management Plan were approved on September 27, 2012. A Cost Estimate Review was completed in September 2011. The 2017 Finance Plan Annual Update (FPAU) was submitted in January of 2018 and has been approved. An updated Project Management Plan was approved in November of 2016.
  Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
I-81 Improvement Project
  Washington County, MD,  Maryland
DO Contact - Daniel Suarez
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Improve traffic operations and safety along I-81 from the West Virginia State Line to the Pennsylvania State Line. The project was divided into 4 phases when the FONSI was signed. Currently the project will be built in 5 phases: Phase 1 and Phase 1A are funded and will be advertised as separate contracts. Phases 2, 3 and 4 are currently unfunded.
  Overall Project completion date: 6/2034 Funded Phase project completion date: 6/2020 Phase 1A: NTP: 7/26/16 Expected Construction Completion date: 6/30/17 Phase 1: NTP: 10/11/16 Estimated Construction Completion Date: 7/1/20
  IFP: Total Project Cost-$0.811 B Funded Phases Total Cost-$0.125B 2017 FPAU Funded Phase Cost: $0.116 B Total Project Cost: $0.802 B 2018 FPAU Funded Phase Cost: $0.116 B Total Project Cost: $0.802 B 2019 FPAU Funded Phase Cost: $0.115 B Total Project Cost: $0.801 B
  Phase 1: Federal funds (NHPP) estimated to be approx. at 80% of the total cost. State funds at 20% Phase 1A: 100% State Funds
  Approval Dates at was follows: Initial Financial Plan (IFP): 7/20/16. 2017 FPAU: 9/5/17 2018 FPAU: 8/9/18 2019 FPAU: 8/25/19
  Maryland State Highway Administration (MDSHA) West Virginia Department of Highways (WVDOH): At WVDOH's request, MDSHA included work in WV from South of US-11 to the MD/WV state line in their contract documents for Phase 1; this work will be funded by WVDOH and not subject to Major Project Requirements.
  Oakland County,  Michigan
DO Contact - Chris Youngs
MPT Contact - Peter Clogston
  Reconstruction of an 18-mile segment of I-75 from M-102 to south of M-59 in Oakland County. The project includes a lane addition as a High-Occupancy-Vehicle (HOV) lane in the peak hours (approximately four hours a day) and a general-purpose lane for the remaining hours. The lane addition will bring the entire project length to four through lanes in each direction.
  Current status: PMP approved August 2018. On June 23, 2016, the Michigan Division concurred in the award of the first segment of the I-75 Oakland County major project. Segment One included the reconstruction and realignment of I-75 mainline and ramps from north of Coolidge to South Boulevard, including the Square Lake Road and Adams Road interchanges in the cities of Troy, Auburn Hills, and Bloomfield Township. Segment One was delivered as a design-build contract. The procurement for the design-builder utilized the two-phase approach. Request for Qualifications was issued in September 2015 and Request for Proposals was issued to short-listed proponents in January 2016. Construction was substantially completed in September of 2017. Segment 2 of the project is design-build and a contractor was selected in July 2018. The project has been awarded to Walsh/Toebe and construction commenced in October 2018. This segment is from North of 13 Mile Road to North of Coolidge Highway. Completion of this segment is anticipated towards the end of 2020. Preliminary roadway conditioning completed in the fall of 2018, and presently in the design and construction phase. Started the construction of NB I-75 on March 27 with bridge demo occurring each weekend until May 2019. Estimated project completion December 2020. Segment 3 is utilizing a DBFM contracting method. This segment is from 8 Mile Road to 13 Mile Road. Construction is anticipated to begin in late 2019 and is anticipated to be completed towards the end of 2023.
  $1.137 billion (year of expenditure dollars), per April 2018 CER and May 1, 2018 FPAU.
  Federal Aid (NHPP), and State. Financing with Private Activity Bonds scheduled with P3 DBFM contracting for Segment 3 of 3.
  IFP was approved by FHWA on February 3, 2016. 2018 FPAU approved December 14, 2018.
  Michigan DOT.
I-94/Edsel Ford Freeway
  Detroit,  Michigan
DO Contact - Chris Youngs
MPT Contact - Peter Clogston
  Widening and reconstructing a 6.7-mile segment of Interstate 94 within the city of Detroit. The project extends along I-94 (which is also known as the Edsel Ford Freeway) from just east of the I-94/I-96 interchange easterly to west of the Conner Avenue interchange.
  Current status: Updated PMP approved July 2, 2018. Currently in the Advanced Bridges phase of the project, which includes bridges in greatest need of replacement to be constructed prior to the advancement of the freeway segments. Advanced bridges last letting FY 2021 with final acceptance September 2023 (as of December 1, 2018). Overall project completion date is 2037 under the current schedule. MDOT has submitted a draft version of the SEIS for review on 4/3/2019.
  $2.958 billion (year of expenditure dollars), per most recent FPAU (as of December 1, 2018).
  Federal Aid (NHPP), State, and Local.
  IFP was approved by FHWA on March 5, 2014. The 2017 FPAU was approved on July 2, 2018. 2018 FPAU submitted 2/28/19 and approved 5/7/19.
  Michigan DOT.
St. Croix River Crossing
  Stillwater, MN and St Joseph Township, WI,  Minnesota
DO Contact - Tim Anderson
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Replacement of bridge crossing on new alignment with added capacity. Construction of new roadway approaches.
  Estimated Completion Date: 09/01/2019 All segments are hung & cable stays erected. Open to traffic scheduled for 07/30/2017.
  $0.647 (Current) $0.677 (Initial Financial Plan)
  State funds & Bonds and Federal Apportionments
  Initial financial plan approved: 2013. 2018 FPAU completed 10/3/2018.
  Minnesota DOT, Wisconsin DOT
I-269 Corridor
  DeSoto and Marshall Counties, Mississippi,  Mississippi
DO Contact - Griffih, Eric D.
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The Need and Purpose of the I-269 corridor is to provide a safe and efficient transportation facility to improve movement of freight, enhance regional and local transportation systems, facilitate economic development and growth, and facilitate connections to intermodal facilities. The I-269 corridor consists of 26 miles of new location construction of a four lane interstate. The project is broken into 4 main sections which include a grade, drain, and bridge phase and separate paving phase for each. The I-269 sections are as follows: Section 1: I-55 to SR 305; Section 2: SR 305 to US 78; Section 3: US 78 to SR 302; and Section 4: SR 302 to the MS/TN State Line. The FEIS and ROD was completed in 2007 through a joint effort between the MDOT and the TDOT.
  Final Paving Contract Completion Date: -10/2018 (as listed in FY2018 FPAU) - 6/26/2018 (as required by Contract & Contract S.A.)
  $0.6117 (2018 approved FPAU, dated 9/2018) $0.670 (Initial Finance Plan, dated 9/2011)
  Advanced Construction (AC), Federal-aid (Apportioned), Earmarks, State Funding, and Highway Enhancement through Local Partnership(HELP)Bonds.
  FY2018 FPAU was approved on 10/01/2018.
  Mississippi DOT
I-15 South
  Las Vegas, NV,  Nevada
DO Contact - Iyad Alattar
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Widen the existing freeway and Las Vegas Boulevard, add three new interchanges and revise three others.
  Estimated Completion Date: 12/2049 (Current) 12/2044 (2017) for total project. 02/2029 for funded phase 12/2030 (Initial Financial Plan). NEPA complete. I-15 Design/Build and Cactus interchange completed Starr interchange under construction
  $1,237.79 million (Current) $1.280 (2017) for total project $1.421 (Initial Financial Plan) $.855 for funded phase
  Federal (STP, IMD, NHPP) State (gas tax), Local (Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, gas tax, developers)
  IFP approved Sept 2009. 2015 Phased FPAU approved 9/13/2016 2016 FPAU as of 12/31/2016 approved June 7, 2017 2017 FPAU approved June 19th, 2018
  NDOT; Clark County; City of Henderson
I-15/Project NEON
  Las Vegas,  Nevada
DO Contact - Dale Wegner
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Widen I-15 from 6 to 14 lines (including HOV and auxiliary lanes), construct Martin Luther King Boulevard/Industrial Road equivalent arterial connector, reconstruct Charleston Boulevard interchange, and Oakey/Wyoming arterial connector in four phases.
  Design/Build Construction started in July 2016 and complete by September 2020. No change from IFP to FPAU
  IFP Cost $.961 FPAU Cost $.956
  NHS, STP, NDOT Bonds,
  IFP approved July 2016. 2017 FPAU approved November 2017
  Nevada DOT, City of Las Vegas.
US 95 Northwest Corridor
  Las Vegas,  Nevada
DO Contact - Iyad Alattar
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Widen US 95 from 6 to 8 lanes between Washington Avenue and Durango Road, including HOV lanes (3+1). Widen US from 4 to 6 general purpose lanes from Durango Road to Kyle Canyon Road. Complete the system interchange at US 95/CC 215 Northern Beltway. Add a new interchange at US 95/ Horse Drive. Convert the at-grade intersection at US 95/ Kyle Canyon Road to a service interchange. Add auxiliary lanes and modify existing interchanges and grade separations. Add a park and ride facility at US 95/Durango Drive. Total project length is 11.5 miles.
  Estimated Completion Date: 12/2022 (Current) 4/2034 (2017) 9/2028 (Initial Financial Plan). 5 Phases scheduled between 2008 and 2035 (updated in 2035 RTP)
  $495.1 million (Current) $0.530 (2017) 2016 FPAU $0.71 (Initial Financial Plan)
  12 sources from Federal (NHS, STP, CMAQ and High Priority), State, Local (Convention Authority, Property/Privilege Tax, Flood Control, Beltway, High Speed lane miles, local gas tax) and Private
  Initial Finance Plan submitted 9/2008. Cost estimate review held 11/2008. IFP approved May 5, 2009. 2017 FPAU as of 12/31/2017 due 3/31/2018 2018 FPAU approved June 19th, 2018
  Nevada DOT, Clark County Public Works, City of Las Vegas, Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
I-93 Reconstruction
  Salem to Manchester,  New Hampshire
DO Contact - Yamilee Volcy
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The project will improve safety and transportation efficiency by improving geometrics, adding capacity, and reconfiguring interchanges along a 19-mile segment of I-93 between Salem and Manchester in southern New Hampshire.
  Estimated Completion Date: 9/30/2020 (Current) 9/20/2020 (Last approved financial plan update) 9/2017 (Initial Financial Plan). ROD signed June 2005. The Draft SEIS was available to the public beginning August 4, 2009. A public hearing was held on September 22, 2009. The public comment period ended on Oct. 9, 2009. Notice of availability of the FSEIS was posted in the Federal Register on May 14, 2010. Comments are being accepted until June 14, 2010. The SROD was signed on September 20, 2010. Per the 2013 FPU, the final completion date for the project is 2020.
  $0.7705 (Current) $0.7709 (Last) $0.811 (Last)) $0.784 (Last) $0.748 (Last approved financial plan update) $0.78 (Initial Financial Plan)
  In May 2016, a TIFIA loan of $200 million ARRA Funds were used on the 13933G project. 5 Projects have been awarded using $195 million in GARVEE funding. Additionally, the State is using Turnpike Toll Credits for much of their match. The State legislature approved an additional $250 million in GARVEE authority for NHDOT. In May 2014, the State Legislature passed a 4.2 cent gas tax increase which has dedicated funding for completing the remaining work on I-93.
  2018 FPU under review with FHWA. The IFP was approved on 07/31/2007.
  New Hampshire DOT The Project Management Plan was approved in July 2007. Project Management Plan will be updated in the near future.
Rt. I-295 & 42/I-76 Direct Connection
  Camden County, NJ,  New Jersey
DO Contact - John Miller or Nunzio Merla
MPT Contact - Carlos Figueroa
  This project will provide a direct connection for I-295 traffic through the interchange with I-76 and Route 42. The project will improve safety and reduce congestion by eliminating ramp movements on mainline I-295 as well as eliminating the merge of I-295 traffic with I-76 and Route 42 traffic.
  Estimated Completion Date: 06/30/2024 (Current) 11/30/2021 (Initial Financial Plan) Construction of this project will be broken out into four contracts due to size and funding constraints. An advanced ITS project was let in 2012 (prior to Contract 1) due to the critical location of this project. This will ensure network integrity as well as continuity during construction. Advanced ITS Contract construction is 100% complete. Contract 1 construction has completed and the Contractor is finishing up corrective action work. Contract 2 construction is also progressing and approximately 60% complete. Contract 3 has been let and awarded. Notice to proceed is expected by mid-February 2017. Contract 4 is in the beginning of the FD phase. The NJDOT provided a Project Management Plan in June 2016, and recently submitted revisions based on comments from the Division that are under review.
  $0.9269 (FMPU 2017) $0.925.3 (FMPU 2016) $0.8856 (FMPU 2015) $0.888 (Financial Plan Update 2014) $0.873 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Interstate Maintenance State TTF
  Revised 2017 FMPU has been received and approved on 04/18/2018.
Goethals Bridge Replacement
  I-278 between Howland Hook-Staten Island, NY to Elizabeth City, NJ,  New York
DO Contact - Dean Majzoub
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  The project will construct a replacement bridge over the Arthur Kill Channel. It will include two general purpose 12 foot lanes and one 12 foot multi-use, managed lane. The project is being procured via public-private partnership and will have a Design and Construction phase supported by TIFIA and PABs as well as a 35 year maintenance phase. The developer remains fully responsible for the funding of this improvement and its maintenance.
  Work completed 99% time 98%. Award date 8/30/2013 NTP 2 construction start 5/7/14 PANYNJ That developer has accepted the pre-negotiated TIFIA and PABs terms that FHWA had the PANYNJ include within the Instructions to Proposers. The Project Management Plan, was approved. TIFIA fiscal close November 2013.
  TIFIA loan and private activity bonds
  IFP was submitted February 2013. FHWA approval of IFP September 23, 2015. FPAU approved 06/27/16 FPAU approved Nov.2017 FPAU June 2018
  Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Kozciusko Bridge Replacement, I-278 over Newtown Creek
  Brooklyn/Queens, NY,  New York
DO Contact - Dean Majzoub
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Reconstruct bridge to improve Interstate operations, eliminate substandard features, and improve safety.
  Work complete is 100% on Phase 1 and 56% on Phase 2. Completion Date: 6/30/2019 (Current) 6/30/2020 (Initial Financial Plan) NEPA ROD was issued by FHWA in March 2009. A Reevaluation Statement was completed in June 2011.
  $1,090.4 (Current) $0.971 (Initial Financial Plan)
  92.2% Federal/7.8%State
  10-9-12,IFP was signed. 3-13-14,1st FPAU 4-20-15,2nd FPAU 8-20-15 2nd PMP update. 4-22-16 3rd FPAU 3-13-16 4th FPAU 12-18-17 5th FPAU 3/7/19 6th FPAU
  New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT)
Route 347
  Smithtown, Islip and Brookhaven, NY,  New York
DO Contact - John Nickelson
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Improve safety and mobility for 15 miles between the Northern State Parkway and NY Rt. 25A
  Estimated Completion Date: 11/30/2033 (Current) 11/30/2033 (Initial Financial Plan). ROD signed in August 2007. First phase of construction let on March 18, 2010, in the amount of $26.8 million. This is the first of ten construction phases, and was 100% funded with State money. __________________ Cost Estimate Review (CER) - final risk based CER completed May 2013
  $.840 current FPAU 12/4/2017. $1.007 (2013 Initial Financial Plan)
  89% State/11% Federal
  FPAU approved 3/1/2019. FPAU approved by HQ 11/2/2016 FPAU rec'd FHWA 3/21/2016 The First Annual Update of the IFP was approved on July 23, 2014. The Initiail Financial Plan(IFP) was approved by the Division on April 9,2013
Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing/New NY Bridge Project
  South Nyack, Rockland County, New York and Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York,  New York
DO Contact - John Burns
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  The Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing/New NY Bridge Project (Project) includes replacing the existing Governor Malcolm Wilson Tappan Zee toll bridge that carries Interstate 87 (New York State Thruway) and Interstate 287 over the Hudson River. The Project is intended to address the need to correct substandard structural, operational, mobility, safety and security features of the existing bridge.
  ROD - September 25, 2012 D-B Contract Award/NTP - January 18, 2013 Project Completion - July 2018
  $4.127 The contract with the D-B amounts to $3.142 billion. There will be several other Project costs amounting to approximately $500 million including costs for oversight engineering using both NYSTA personnel and consultants; NYSTA contingency costs; ROW acquisition costs, utilities and permit costs; environmental mitigation costs; DB stipend costs; financing costs; and previous Planning, Preliminary Engineering, Environmental Documentation and D-B Procurement costs.
  NYSTA will finance the project with bonds secured with toll revenues, TIFIA credit assistance, State dedicated funds and other possible financial resources.
  TIFIA Loan close was December 2013. Initial was submitted in March 2013, and was approved in April 2015. Financial Plan Updates were submitted 2015 and 2016 and approved.
  New York State Thruway Authority
Complete 540
  Completes I-540 from NC-55 Bypass in Apex to the US-64/US-264 Bypass in Knightdale,  North Carolina
DO Contact - Bradley Hibbs
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The proposed "Complete 540" project, also known as the Southeast Extension, extends the Triangle Expressway from the NC-55 Bypass in Apex to the US-64/US-264 Bypass in Knightdale, completing the 540 Outer Loop around the greater Raleigh area.
  All but project R-2829 currently funded with a completion date of 1/31/2024. Project R-2829 has an estimated completion date of 12/31/2030.
  $2.12 Funded phase cost is $1.329.
  TIFIA Loan. GARVEE Bonds. Bonding. State funds.
  IFP approved January 2019.
  NCTA, a Division of NCDOT.
I-26 Connector at Asheville
  Asheville, NC,  North Carolina
DO Contact - James Martin
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Approximately 7 miles in length, the proposed I-26 Connector Project reconstructs I-26 from south of the I-40 interchange through Asheville to north of I-240. The project reconstructs portions of I-40 and I-240 including bridges over the French Broad River.
  Construction anticipated from 2020 to 2026.
  $1.28 billion from the 2018 CER.
  To be determined from the IFP.
  Not yet submitted.
  North Carolina DOT.
I-26 Widening South of Asheville
  From US-25 South of Hendersonville to I-40 at Asheville,  North Carolina
DO Contact - Aaron Williams
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Widening and reconstruction of I-26 from US-25 south of Hendersonville to the I-40 interchange in southwest Asheville.
  Funded phase from US-64 to I-40 scheduled for completion 3/2023. All Phases complete by 9/2028.
  Funded phase estimated at $627.09 million. All phases estimated at $761.45 million.
  Federal-aid apportioned. State Highway Funds.
  IFP recommended for approval on 1/15/2019.
I-77 Express Lanes from Exit 11 (I-277 Brookshire Freeway) to Exit 36 (NC 150)
  Mecklenburg and Iredell Counties,  North Carolina
DO Contact - Aaron Williams
MPT Contact - Chuck Ludders
  Improvements to 26 miles of I-77 from the I-277 Brookshire Freeway (Exit 11) in Mecklenburg County to N.C. 150 (Exit 36) in Iredell County with the inclusion of High Occupancy/Toll (HOT) managed lanes.
  Construction began: 11/2015 Estimated completion date: 10/31/2018 (current) Environmental Document approved: 10/16/2013 Commercial Close was on 06/24/2014. Project Management Plan was approved on 11/12/2014. Financial close was on 05/20/2015. IFP completed on 8/24/2015. FPAU 2015 Approved on 05/09/2017. FPAU 2016 Approved on 02/09/2018
  $0.623 (Dec 2015) $0.639 (Dec 2016)
  Private, Federal, State and TIFIA funds
  IFP was approved on 8/24/2015 by Division Administrator. 2015 FPAU 05/09/2017. 2016 FPAU was approved on 02/09/2018. 2017 FPAU has been submitted by P3. NCDOT has submitted information for inclusion into FPAU.
  North Carolina Department of Transportation, I-77 Mobility Partners (Cintra)
Monroe Expressway
  Mecklenburg and Union Counties, NC,  North Carolina
DO Contact - Jim Martin
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The Monroe Bypass is a proposed high-speed, controlled access facility that would extend for approximately 19.7 miles from the interchange of US 74 and 1-485 near Matthews, at the western end of the project, to a terminus at US 74 east of Wingate at the eastern end. It will follow a general east-west orientation, essentially paralleling US 74.
  Estimated Completion Date: 5/28/2019 2018 financial plan approved on 10/23/2018. The DEIS was completed in March of 2009, the FEIS was completed in May of 2010, and the ROD was completed in August of 2010. The design build construction contract was advertised in April 2010 and price proposals were opened in October 2010. The Design Build Team with the apparent best value proposal was the Monroe Bypass Constructors (a joint venture between United Infrastructure, Boggs Paving, and Anderson Columbia). The Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC) filed a complaint in the US District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina alleging FHWA and NCDOT violated NEPA in approving the project. The award of the construction contract was delayed until the successful resolution of a lawsuit. In October of 2011, the US District Court ruled in favor of the FHWA and NCDOT after which NCTA reached financial close and awarded the contract. The SELC subsequently filed an appeal with the US 4th Circuit Court of Appeals to reverse the lower court's decision that rejected their lawsuit. The US 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the SELC. Construction began on May 28, 2015 and is on schedule.
  $0.720 (Initial Financial Plan) $0.731 FPAU 2016 $0.731 FPAU 2017 $0.731 FPAU 2018
  State Appropriated Funding, Toll Revenue Bonds, GARVEE, TIFIA Loan and STIP funding
  The NC FHWA Division approved the 2015 FPAU on 3/15/2016. 2016 FPAU was approved on 3/15/17. 2017 FPAU was approved on 02/09/18.
  North Carolina Department of Transportation, North Carolina Turnpike Authority
Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project
  downtown Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH and Covington, Kenton County, KY,  Ohio
DO Contact - Adam B. Johnson
MPT Contact - Carlos Figueroa
  Improve the operational characteristics of I-71, I-75, and the Brent Spence Bridge by improving safey, capacity, and geometric deficiencies.
  Project currently in NEPA phase. The NEPA document classifcations was changed from a EIS to EA as a result of the anlayses and studies documented in the Conceptual Alternatives Study. EA approved March 7, 2012, FONSI approved August 10, 2012. EA was reevaluated to consider potential impacts of tolling and design modifications in February of 2015. The Project Sponsors were directed to undertake a Supplemental Environmental Assessment (SEA) to explore these issues.
  $2.77 (Initial CER 2/2012)
  TBD. To this point Bridge Discretionary Program Earmarks have been used to fund NEPA and preliminary design
  ODOT and KYTC.
Cleveland Innerbelt
  Cleveland, OH,  Ohio
DO Contact - Adam B. Johnson, PE
MPT Contact - Carlos Figueroa
  Estimated Completion Date: 6/30/2033 (Current) 6/30/2033 (Last approved financial plan udpate) 11/2013 (Initial Financial Plan) FEIS/Section 4(f) and the Access Modifications Study were approved on July 22, 2009. ROD issued 9/18/09 Implementation expected to occur in phases over the period from 2010 to 2033. The first construction contract has been awarded as the first value based design build contract by ODOT. The schedule for the value based design build contract is as follows: 06/30/14 Contract completion date. The second construction contract group will provide for the replacement of the I90 Central Viaduct Bridge with a new EB I90 bridge on essentially the existing alignment. Contract Group 2 was awarded 9/23/2013. Current completion date of 5/1/2017.
  Estimated Completion Date: 6/30/2033 (Current) 6/30/2033 (Last approved financial plan udpate) 11/2013 (Initial Financial Plan) FEIS/Section 4(f) and the Access Modifications Study were approved on July 22, 2009. ROD issued 9/18/09 Implementation expected to occur in phases over the period from 2010 to 2033. The first construction contract has been awarded as the first value based design build contract by ODOT. The schedule for the value based design build contract is as follows: 06/30/14 Contract completion date. The second construction contract group will provide for the replacement of the I90 Central Viaduct Bridge with a new EB I90 bridge on essentially the existing alignment. Contract Group 2 was awarded 9/23/2013. Contract completion date 5/15/2017.
  $899 (Current Phase) $2,359 (Last approved financial plan update 2014) $3,200(Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal-aid (including ARRA) and state funds. The first costuction contract was advanced using: C220 C240 HY20 L010 L01E L1CE L22E L24E LQC0 LQCE LY20 LY30 Funding has been designated for the second construction project but no construction contract groups that would follow the second. However, all of the work and the necessary funds to carry out the complete Cleveland Innerbelt Project as defined by NEPA have been identified within the MPO's Long Range Plan.
  The Finance Plan for the project has been developed in coordination with HQ. The DO approved the most recent FP on 10/24/2016. The DO approved the initial FP on 9/7/2010.
  Ohio DOT
I-70/71 Columbus Crossroads
  Columbus, OH,  Ohio
DO Contact - Adam B. Johnson
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Reconstruction and widening of I-70/71 Overlap Segment in Downtown Columbus Project consists of five phases. Phase 1 - I-71/I-670 North Interchange. Phase 2 - I-70/I71 East Interchange. Phase 3 - East Trench (I 71) Phase 4 - South Trench (I 70/71 overlap section) Phase 5 - East Freeway (I 70)
  Total Project completion date is 7/2031. Funded phases completion date is 4/2023.
  $1.640 billion. Funded phases $696 million. Revised Cost Estimate Review conducted in August 2016
  STP, NHS, IM, IMD (FY2008 - Interstate 70/71 Cap Project, Interstates 70 and 71, Downtown Columbus, Franklin County - roadway reconstruction, including interchange modifications and caps over the Interstate - $316,589)  
  Initial Finance Plan (IFP) approved 3/29/2011 2018 FPAU approved 3/10/2019.
  Ohio DOT; City of Columbus/MORPC Project recieved Highways for Life (HFL)funding in 2010.
I-75 (HAM-75-2.30), City of Cincinnati (Mill Creek Expressway)
  Cincinnati, OH,  Ohio
DO Contact - Andy Thompson
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Reconstruction, widening, and modernization of 7.80 miles of I-75 (nine construction phases).
  The FONSI was approved on May 7, 2009 Cost Estimate Review 11/2009 Initial Finance Plan Completed: 10/2011 Estimated Completion Date: August of 2024. Project consists of 9 phases. Phases Completed: Phase 1,2,3 & 9 Phases in Construction: Phase 4, 6 & 7 Phases in Design: Phase 8 & 5(A&B)
  $0.658 from 2018 FPAU. $0.802 (2011 Initial Finance Plan)
  State and Federal (including ARRA).
  The initial Finance Plan was approved by the DO on 12/10/2009. Last approved Annual Financial Plan Update as of date: 3/2019 Funded Phase Cost $424.2 M Total Project cost: $658.6 M
  Ohio DOT
I-75 Thru the Valley
  Hamilton County, Ohio,  Ohio
DO Contact - Adam Johnson
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Widening of I-75 from the Paddock Road interchange to I-275. The project includes improvements to the interchanges on I-75 at Galbraith Road, SR 126, Shepherd Lane, Glendale-Milford Road and Sharon Road in Cincinnati.
  Current funded phase completion date of September 2020. All phases complete May of 2030.
  Funded phase estimated at $0.187 billion. All phases estimated at $0.521 billion.
  Federal Funds, State Funds, Local Funds, GARVEE Bonds and State Bonds.
  2018 Financial Plan update concurrence on October 10, 2018.
  Ohio DOT
I-40 Crosstown
  Oklahoma City,  Oklahoma
DO Contact - Souzan Bahavar
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Realignment of 4.5 miles of I-40 from just east of I-44 to I-35/I-235. Reconstruct existing I-40 alignment to a boulevard access to downtown Oklahoma City.
  Estimated Completion Date: 11/2018 06/16/2016(Last approved financial plan) I-40 mainline is open to traffic. The Oklahoma DOT held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan 5th, 2012 to celebrate the opening of mainline interstate facility to the traveling public. Next work package is set to let in February 2017. Last mainline construction work package and off site railroad package are scheduled for FFY 2018.
  $0.7248(current) $0.7205 (Last approved financial plan update) $0.560 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Special appropriations through TEA-21 and SAFETEA-LU , normal appropriations through TEA-21, SAFETEA-LU and MAP-21, as well as state bonds
  IFP 8/22/07. 2017-FPAU-04/18/17 2018 FPU - 4/27/18
  Oklahoma DOT and City of Oklahoma City
Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation (CSVT)
  North-central Pennsylvania,  Pennsylvania
DO Contact - Peter Nanov
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The project is in north-central Pennsylvania (Snyder, Union, and Northumberland Counties) near the Susquehanna River and will be a 12+ mile, 4-lane, limited access highway on new location. The EIS and ROD were issued for the entire project. The final design and staged construction were divided into two sections: Southern and Northern. The Southern Section begins at the existing partial SR 11 & SR 15 interchange near Selinsgrove Borough, Snyder County and extends northward to a planned interchange with SR 15 south of Winfield, Union County. It will include a planned extension and interchange with the SR 61 Connector. The Northern Section begins immediately to the west of the planned SR 15 interchange and extends northward to the southern end of the 4-lane section of SR 147 near the Route 45 interchange near Montandon, Northumberland County. It includes a river crossing and an interchange with Ridge Road, Point Township, Northumberland County.
  The overall project completion date reported in the 2018 FPAU is September 2028. The schedule has been extended by 4 years mainly due to the realignment avoiding the ash basins. This caused right-of-way relocations and redesign extending the schedule.
  $0.864 per the 2018 FPAU. The project costs increased $185.4 million this year mainly due to avoidance of ash basins. The cost estimate review was conducted on 4/28-30/2014 with the issuance of the final report on 7/5/2014.
  Funding sources are ADHS, SAFETEA-LU earmarks, and State funds. Federal funds totaling $235.4 million have been obligated.
  2018 update submitted. Cost increase of $185.4 million largely due to realignment avoiding ash basins. 2017 update - HQ concurrence 3/22/2018, DO approval 4/11/2018. 2016 update - HQ concurrence 9/8/2017, DO approval 10/2/2017. Initial Financial Plan (IFP) Division Office approval 6/18/2015.
  Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT)
Commonwealth of PA Rapid Bridge Replacement Project
  Statewide - Various Cities and Counties in PA,  Pennsylvania
DO Contact - Tony Mento
MPT Contact - Carlos Figueroa
  The Rapid Bridge Replacement Project will accelerate the replacement of 558 geographically dispersed, structurally deficient, bridges across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, within 3.5 years. The majority of the bridges are single and multi-span bridges that will be replaced in-kind.The project was procured as a public-private partnership through an availability payment structure over an anticipated term of 25 years. The concession did include responsibilities for designing, building, financing, and maintaining the Project for 35 years after each bridge is satisfactorily completed and accepted by PennDOT. The Project will help improve the connectivity of the transportation network in Commonwealth, while minimizing the impacts on the traveling public. The improved connectivity, including removal of weight restrictions on new bridges, will increase the efficiency of freight and commercial movements, which will benefit the economy of the Commonwealth.
  Total bridges in the contract is 558. As of 5/02/18, 400 bridges have been completed and opened to traffic (44 in 2015; 128 in 2016; and 217 in 2017). There are 169 bridges scheduled to be completed in 2018; with 1 bridge completed to date and 44 bridges are currently under construction. Project handback to PennDOT begins on 9/2040; and ends on 12/2042. PENNDOT still expects construction to be done by 12/2018.
  $1,134.1 Million
  Federal, State, Private Activity Bonds NOTE: Construction is not Federally funded
  The 2017 FPAU, which includes all project information as of 6/30/17, was forwarded to the HQ Major Projects Team for review on 10/17/17 and comments were received back on 12/15/17. PennDOT has addressed these comments and the 2017 FPAU was resubmitted to the HQ Major Projects Team on 2/07/18. Reviews complete and Division approval granted 4/25/18.
  Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
I-95 Betsy Ross Interchange and Bridge Street Ramps Reconstruction
  Philadelphia, PA,  Pennsylvania
DO Contact - George Fleagle, P.E.
MPT Contact - Chuck Leudders
  Reconstruction of the I-95 Betsy Ross Interchange and Bridge Street Ramps Interchange is located within the City of Philadelphia and extends approximately 2.5 miles along I-95 from Wheatsheaf Lane at its southern terminus to Levick Street at its northern terminus. The overall project involves widening and reconstruction of I-95 to eliminate the lane drops at the interchanges by providing four continuous thru lanes in each direction. The existing substandard shoulders will be replaced with full width shoulders along the project length to improve motorist safety. Aging structures originally constructed in the mid to late 1960s will be replaced or rehabilitated. The project also includes areas of the surrounding city street network located to the east and west of I-95. The pedestrian and bicycle facilities will be expanded and enhanced to include wider sidewalks, multi-use paths, bike lanes, and other pathways and public spaces.
  Construction of first phase (BR0) is complete. On time and on budget. Construction of second phase (BS4) contract amount is $81.03M and completion date 8/19/2019. There are ten phases with a completion date of 12/31/2030.
  $1.641 FFY 2018
  National Highway performance Program, State Transportation Funds, and repurposed earmarks. No local match. Interstate TIP and Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission TIP. This major project is fully funded on these fiscally constrained TIPs.
  FY '17 Annual Update approved 03/13/2018 FY '18 Annual Update approved 12/03/2018
  Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
Carolina Crossroads
  Columbia, South Carolina,  South Carolina
DO Contact - Jim Martin
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  This project provides for reconstruction of the I-20/I-26 and the I-26/I-126 interchanges in Columbia, SC along with mainline widening & upgrades to several other interchanges within the corridor.
  8/1/2018: Pre-NEPA CER completed. FEIS/ROD signed May 2, 2019 Schedule shift will occur as procurement is changing. PMP is under development by SCDOT.
  $1.602 from the 2018 CER.
  Federal-aid Apportioned. Advanced Construction. State Funds.
  Pre-NEPA CER complete. Draft IFP is being revised by SCDOT.
I26 Widening MM 85 MM 101
  Newberry, Lexington, and Richland Counties,  South Carolina
DO Contact - Jim Martin
MPT Contact - Chuck Ludders
  The project includes widening I26 from 4 to 6 lanes for approximately 12 miles (MM 85 to MM 97) and from 4 to 8 lanes for approximately 4 miles. Interchange improvements are anticipated at Exit 97 (US 176), Exit 91 (Columbia Ave.), and Exit 85 (SC 202). Overpass bridge replacements are anticipated at S58, S80, S234, S405, S49, S39, and S167.
  Base line schedule in the IFP and PMP shows a completion date of 9/2023. Final RFP was released on September 11, 2018.
  CER was completed 3/6/2018-3/8/2018. Cost of the project is $.542.
  Federal Funds (NHPP, STBGP, and NHFP)and State Funds. SCDOT uses Advanced Construction as a financial tool.
  Initial Financial Plan was approved by the Division Office on 9/11/2018.
Bergstrom Expressway - US 183 From US 290 to SH 71
  Austin, Texas,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction and additional capacity - Toll Road. The 183 South Project (also known as the Bergstrom Expressway) will offer Central Texas drivers a non-stop, signal free route to get to their destination without delay. This key north-south alternative to IH-35 will provide significant improvements to the corridor including enhanced non-tolled frontage lanes and new multi-modal transportation options in the form of bicycle and pedestrian improvements.The construction will take place in phases, with phase one improvements between US 290/290 Toll and Bolm Road expected to be complete in late 2019. The second phase will open to traffic about a year later. When completed, those looking to bypass traffic congestion have a choice to use the 183 South toll lanes. Drivers who prefer not to pay a toll will still have the option to use the improved non-tolled frontage road lanes.
  completion date: 11/30/2020 (IFP) 11/30/2020 (2016 FPAU) 11/30/2020 (2017 FPAU) 1/31/2020 (2018 FPAU Substantial Completion)
  IFP=$.743 2016 FPAU = $.743 2017 FPAU = $.743 2018 FPAU = $.743
  Tolls and Toll Credits TIFIA Loan = $283M Regional Mobility Authority
  IFP Approved 11/25/2015 2016 FPAU approved 1/23/2017 2017 FPAU Approved 5/17/2018 2018 FPAU approved 1/31/19
  Texas Dept. of Transportation and Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority
I-410 Southwest (San Antonio)
  I-410 in SW San Antonio from SH-16 to Ingram Road,  Texas
DO Contact - Gregory Budd
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Reconstruction of I-410 in SW San Antonio from SH-16 to Ingram Road. Widening of I-410 from 6 lanes to 10 lanes with associated frontage roads and interchanges.
  Phase 1 and 2 funded with a completion date of 9/15/2022. Phase 3 unfunded. Tentative completion date listed as 7/15/2030. CER completed April 2018.
  Federal Aid State Funds
  CER completed April 2018. Awaiting Initial Financial Plan.
IH 35 Waco : Section 4A, 4B, 4C
  Waco District-McLennan County,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson (sdPOM) and Yamayra Rodriguez (POM)
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Improvements to I-35 between Loop 340 South and Loop 340 North in Waco, McLennan County Texas. Total project cost is currently estimated @ $530M. This project will be a Major Project and a Cost Estimate Review will be performed in 2017. The work consists of upgrades to I-35 including frontage roads, widening, access, etc. The project is broken up into 3 distinct phases: 4A, 4B, and 4C. The funded phase is 4A and 4B. The future phase is 4C.
  CER=1/2028 IFP Phase I = 6/1/2023 Phase II = 5/1/2028
  CER = $.7897 Total Project, $.5239 phase I (funded phase) IFP = .7897 Total Project, $.5239 phase I (funded phase)
  Federal Aid Local/State
  IFP and PMP approved on 6/18/2018 2019 FPAU due 3/31/19
IH 35E Managed Lanes (Dallas and Denton)
  Dallas and Denton, TX,  Texas
DO Contact - Kevin Spohrer (POM) Brett Jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  From IH 635 to US 380; expand existing IH 35E to include tolled managed lanes and reconstructed general purpose lanes and frontage road lanes.
  Estimated Phase 1 construction completion date September 2017. Overall completion date - 12/2034 2014 FPAU date Phase I = 5/18/2017 due to addition of procurement options. Ultimate = 12/2034 2015 FPAU Phase I = 9/15/2017. Phase II = 12/2034 2017 FPAU Phase I = 12/14/2017 Phase II = 12/2035
  Phase I estimate between $1.1 and $1.5 billion. Total Project cost - $7.27 B Updated CER held Dec. 2012 results Phase 1 estimate $1.225 billion. IFP cost estimate $1.2222 billion. 2014 FPAU $1.4B Phase I. Ultimate = $7.131B 2015 FPAU Phase I = $1.545B, Ultimate = $7.236B 2017 FPAU Phase I = $1.595 PHase II = $7.286
  Federal, state and local funds. TIFIA loan for $285M approved November 2016.
  IFP approved October 15, 2013. 2017 FPAU approved 3/21/2018 2018 FPAU due 11/30/2018
Loop 12/ Interstate Highway 35E Corridor
  Loop 12/ Interstate Highway 35E in Dallas,  Texas
DO Contact - Anita N. Wilson (Division POM) Brett Jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction and widening of Loop 12 and Interstate 35E. Project includes free main lanes, reversible managed lanes and frontage roads.
  Estimated Completion Date: Phase I completed Jan. 2013. Ultimate = 12/2022 3/2015 (Initial Financial Plan)
  2015 FPAU Phase I (completed) = $264M. Ultimate (total project cost) = $794.4M $1.248 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal and State
  Cost estimate review (CER) in August 2008. Initial FP and Operational Independence approved 4/9/09. 2014 FPAU approved 2/6/15 2015 FPAU approved 6/24/16 2016 FPAU suspended due to inactivity. FPAU will be updated when next phase becomes funded or there are project changes.
North Tarrant Express 3A & 3B (NTE 3A & 3B)
  IH 35 W Fort Worth, TX,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction and addition of tolled managed lanes on Interstate 35W from downtown Fort Worth to just North of IH 820.
  Phase1(3A and 3B)Construction completion IFP: 12/2018 Overall Project completion IFP- 12/2029 3C being contemplated as change order to 3A 2017 FPAU 12/2018 Phase I (3A & 3B)
  2015 FPAU Phase I= $1.4625B. Overall = $4.2165B IFP PHASE I = $1.4438 B 2017 FPAU Phase I = $1.539B Overall = $3.457B
  TIFIA, Equity Public Funds, PAB's
  IFP approved 5/14/14 2017 FPAU approved 6/8/2018 2018 FPAU due on 3/31/19
Project Horseshoe IH-30/IH-35E
  Dallas, TX,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  Reconstruction of the IH-30/IH-35E Interchange over the Trinity River Floodway in downtown Dallas. Project includes a signature bridge element designed by architect Santiago Calatrava.
  Project completed 7/13/2018. 7/7/2018 (2017 FPAU) 7/7/2017 (2016 FPAU) 7/7/2017 (2015 FPAU) due to change orders and also using Final Acceptance date instead of completion date. 3/1/2017 (Initial Financial Plan).
  $0.824 Final Cost. $0.824 (2017 FPAU) $0.836 (2016 FPAU)$0.835 (2015 FPAU) $0.828 (2014 FPAU) $0.829 (2013 FPAU) $0.842 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal, state and local funds.
  Initial Financial Plan approved 2/27/13. 2017 FPAU approved 12/18/2017 Project complete.
  TxDOT, City of Dallas
SH 249- Extension
  Houston,  Texas
DO Contact - Greg Budd - sdPOM
MPT Contact - Chuck Luedders
  State Highway 249, the Tomball Parkway, connects the City of Tomball and western Montgomery County to Beltway 8. Plans are to improve the facility from IH 45 North Freeway in Houston to SH 6 in Grimes County, providing a limited access connection from Houston to the Bryan-College Station area, and serve residents of northwest Harris, western Montgomery and Waller Counties. Improvements may include the facility's conversion to a toll road, as well as the construction of a by-pass around the City of Tomball extending to Pinehurst and eventually Navasota, potentially converting the current facility to a toll facility from Beltway 8 to Westlock, and constructing a six-mainlane toll road from Westlock to FM 1774, which includes a bypass around Tomball. Construct a four-lane toll road from FM 1774 to State Highway 6 in Grimes County.
  Project completion date:07/2022 Segment1:October 2020 Segment2:July 2022 D/B procurement phase completed Summer 2017. Winning proposer selected and awarded contract. FHWA Concur in Award issued October 2017.
  CERA 70% Probable Cost - $0.8B Segment 1- $0.51 Segment 2- $.28
  State, Federal, Local, and bond proceeds.
  IFP and PMP Approved October 2017
SH 288
  Brazoria and Harris Counties, Texas,  Texas
DO Contact - Greg Budd
MPT Contact - Chuck Luedders
  The SH 288 roadway improvements include construction of toll lanes in each direction within the existing grassy median between US 59 and CR 60 (a distance of approximately 26 miles), interchange improvements at I-610 and BW 8, additional general-purpose lanes between I-610 and BW 8, and improved access to the Texas Medical Center. Travel on the toll lanes would be tolled while travel on the existing and proposed general-purpose lanes would not require a toll or fee.
  RFP for PPP project released 1/31/2014. Construction began October 2016. Anticipated Construction Completion of current project is November 2019. Anticipated completion of ultimate project is Summer 2035 Final TIFIA drawdown request approved in September 2018.
  Per IFP: Total cost of current project phases: $1.023 Harris County P3 Phase: $0.876 Brazoria County Phases: $0.147
  Concessionaire for the project within Harris County, and bond proceeds to be obtained by Brazoria County for the project within Brazoria County. TIFIA funded with TIFIA loan. $0.357 via TIFIA loan agreement
  CER conducted on 6/24/13. Updated CER 7/21/15 TIFIA Plan of Finance signed 4/28/2016 IFP submitted for review March 2017. After review and comment resolution period, Concurrence of IFP provided 6/22/17. IFP Approved July 2017. First FPAU submitted April 2018. Currently under review.
SH 99 Grand Parkway, Segment H and I-1
  Montgomery, Harris, Liberty, and Chambers County, TX (from US 25N to IH 10E),  Texas
DO Contact - Greg Budd
MPT Contact - Chuck Luedders
  The project extends from US 59N (near Community Dr) to IH 10E (at segment I-2) of approx 37 miles. The segments are located north of Lake Houston Park and then proceed south to IH 10, located east of FM 2100 and west to Dayton. To be developed in phases; the initial phase consists of a 2-lane controlled access toll facility (1 lane in each direction) with occasional passing lanes. The facility is grade separated at US 59N, Loop 494, FM 1485, future Galaxy Blvd, FM 1010, Stoesser Rd, FM 686, CR 621 (Gun Grove), FM 1960, CR 615, Texaco Rd, CR 603 (John Damek Rd), US 90, FM 1413, Private Roads in Exxon Plant, SH 146, FM 565, Future Road north of IH 10, IH 10. Two 2-lane frontage roads are planned from US 59 to Loop 494, along a 3-mile segment when parallel with FM 1485, and from IH 10 to approximately 4000 feet north of IH 10. Passing lanes (4-lane section) are planned from US 59N to east of Loop 494, south of Luce Bayou, across US 90, and from west of SH 146 to south of FM 565.
  Procurement concluded Spring 2017. FHWA Concurrence in Award provided on 6/20/17. Estimated completion date for initial phase is February 2022.
  From CER: $2.08 (ultimate project) $1.59 from 2019 IFP for initial phase.
  Bond proceeds obtained by the Grand Parkway Transportation Corporation (GPTC). TIFIA loan closed February 2019.
  Cost Estimate Review held 3/6 - 3/7/2014 in Houston. CER update workshop held 11/3/16. IFP approved April 2019.
Southern Gateway Managed Lanes Project
  Dallas, Texas,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The I-35E/US-67 Project includes improvements along I-35E from US-67 to I-30 and along US-67 from I-20 to I-35E. The improvements include roadway reconstruction, conversion of existing HOV lanes to reversible non-tolled express lanes, addition of reversible non-tolled express lanes and general purpose lanes along with bicycle and pedestrian accommodations. I-35E transitions back to existing conditions just north of Ann Arbor Boulevard.
  11/28/2021 IFP 2018 FPAU completion date is 2/2022.
  $.693 IFP 2018 FPAU cost reduced to $0.644 billion due lower contract award than estimated.
  Federal, State and local funds.
  CER completed 9/2016. IFP approved 5/11/17 2018 FPAU concurrence provided on 12/22/2018.
  Texas Dept. of Transportation
U.S. 181 Harbor Bridge Project
  City of Corpus Christi,  Texas
DO Contact - Greg Budd (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Chuck Luedders
  TxDOT propose to improve US 181 at the existing Harbor Bridge between US 181 at Beach Avenue and I-37 in the city of Corpus Christi, Nueces County, by improving the current 6- lane structure that has no shoulders with a 6- lane divided structure with a 4- feet to 10 feet inside and 6- feet to 10- feet outside shoulders.The total Project length is 6.44 miles
  Project completion date 10/31/2021. Under construction.
  Federal, State and Local funding. Local Contributions: Port of Corpus Christi City of Corpus Christi Nueces County San Patrico County
  IFP - approved 3/4/2016 2016 FPAU approved 5/30/17. 2017 FPAU approved 4/6/18. 2018 FPAU approved 1/7/2019.
US 183 N Mobility Project
  Austin Texas,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  US 183 N-The Build Alternative would include the construction of two variable-priced (tolled or managed) express lanes in each direction. The express lanes would extend from SH 45N/RM 620 (on the north) to MoPac (on the south). Transitions between the express lanes and existing roadways would occur along US 183 (extending 2,800 feet north of SH 45N/RM 620 and 2,000 feet south of MoPac), SH 45N/RM 620 (extending 0.9 mile west of US 183) and MoPac (extending 3 miles south to RM 2222). The length of the proposed project, including all transitions, is approximately 13 miles.A shared use (bicycle/pedestrian) path would be constructed from Jollyville Road to Pond Springs Road, crossing under US 183 at McNeil Drive/Spicewood Springs Road. a 1,300-foot-long auxiliary lane would be added at the southbound entrance ramp from Oak Knoll Drive (addressing an existing bottleneck).existing water quality ponds would be expanded and/or new water quality ponds would be constructed.
  CER report- 09/14/2022
  $.672 (CER report)
US 281 HOV expansion project
  San Antonio, Texas,  Texas
DO Contact - Lisell Guerra (Division POM and POC) -Greg Budd (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Chuck Luedders
  The US 281 Project is separated into two components identified as Segments 1 and 2 - Segment 1: This 3.5 mile section LP 1604 to north of Stone Oak Parkway / TCP Parkway configured as a principal arterial with signalized intersections at Grade separations. Segment 2: This 3.8 mile section from north of Stone Oak Parkway / TCP Parkway to the Comal contains two general-purpose lanes in each direction configured as a principal arterial with signalized intersections and Grade separations at major cross streets
  Phase 1 contract awarded in February 2017. Phase 1 completion scheduled for December 2020. Phase 2 contract awarded Summer 2018. Phase 2 completion scheduled for September 2022.
  $.262 Phase I (IFP) $0.441 Phase 2(IFP) $.703 Total (IFP)
  Federal Aid and State funding
  IFP approved 12/8/2016 2017 FPAU approved July 18, 2018.
US 290
  Houston,  Texas
DO Contact - Greg Budd
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The Houston District of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Harris County Toll Road Authority (HCTRA), are developing improvements in the US 290 corridor from IH 610 to FM 2920, a distance of approximately 38 miles (including Hempstead Road and the connections to the IH 610 West Loop). The Major Investment Study (MIS) has been completed and the project is moving forward with the Environmental Impact Statement and Schematic Design. The alternatives studied in the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) will be variations of the multi-modal configurations suggested in the MIS: general-purpose lanes, managed lanes (possibly toll), and a reserve for advanced high-capacity transit (light rail/bus rapid transit).
  Estimated Completion Date: 3/30/2020 (Current) 8/2021 (Last finanical plan approval) 8/2021 (Initial Finanical Plan) As of December 2018, project nearing 90% complete.
  The total project cost is currently estimated at $2.49 Billion. This represents an overall cost increase of $18 million from the Initial Financial Plans.
  Federal, State, and local including Harris County Toll Authority. Tolling will play a large role in the financing of the project.
  IFP(6/2011) 2018 FPAU approved 12/20/2018.
  TxDOT and Harris County Toll Authority
US-62/180 Montana Ave El Paso
  US-62/180 (Montana Ave) in El Paso, TX,  Texas
DO Contact - Thomas Beeman
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The proposed improvements include widening US 62/180 (Montana Avenue) to a controlled access facility consisting of frontage roads, sidewalks and a bike lane as well as three lanes in each direction between Global Reach and Zaragoza Road. The length of the proposed project is approximately 7.6 miles.
  NEPA completed on August 28, 2018. Construction Start January 2019.
  Federal-aid Apportioned and State funding.
  Initial Financial Plan due Fall of 2018.
Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel Expansion
  Southeastern Virginia,  Virginia
DO Contact - Mazur, John
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construct a new tunnel parallel to the existing tunnel. The HRBT Expansion project improvements will occur in the I-64 corridor between Settlers Landing Road in Hampton and I-564 in Norfolk and include adding a third lane to I-64 in each direction. The new tunnel will accommodate four lanes of traffic for a total of eight lanes of capacity across the water and will be constructed as a bored-tunnel. The scope of work includes : Improving I-64 between I-664 and I-564 and widen I-64 to a consistent six-lane facility (one new lane in each direction.
  Per NOV/2018CER 05/16/2026
  2018 CER-70%- $3.78 B
I-64 Southside Widening & High Rise Bridge project
  Chesapeake, VA,  Virginia
DO Contact - John Mazur
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  I-64 Southside Widening & High Rise Bridge Project-Add one new express lane in each direction in phase one and one more new lane in each direction in phase 2 from. Build a new 8 lane fixed span bridge parallel to the existing movable span bridge. This project will incorporate a hard shoulder running concept to allow traffic to utilize the shoulders during peak periods.
  2017 CER- Overall project completion date - 12/2030 Funded Phase - 05/2021
  Overall project cost=$3.05B Funded Phase - 0.56 B
  State and regular federal funding (GARVEE BONDS)
  Approved 10/30/17
Thimble Shoal Parallel Tunnel Project
  Virginia Beach, VA,  Virginia
DO Contact - Tarsem Lal
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construction of two-lane bored tunnel beneath Timble Shoal Channel on an alignment parallel to the west of existing CBBT Thimble Shoal Channel tunnel.
  Based on current schedule, anticipated completion date of November 15, 2023.
  $920.9 million that includes design build cost of $756 million
  No State and Federal-aid funds used on this project. Funding sources for the project are: Toll Revenue Bonds = $323,953 million TIFIA =$338,529 million State Loan (VTIB)= $50,000 million General Funds = $206,368 million
  Initial Financial Plan was approved on May 6,2017. First update to the financial plan was approved on October 26,2017. FHWA approved 2018 FPAU on October 9, 2018.
  Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District (CBBT).
Transform 66, Outside the Beltway
  Prince William and Fairfax counties, VA,  Virginia
DO Contact - Tarsem Lal
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The Transform 66, Outside-the-Beltway project will need to be phased in order to meet current available funding. The Phase 1 project, as currently proposed, will extend the Express Lanes for 22 of the original 25 miles, from I-495 to Gainesville (University Boulevard), and then transition to a traditional HOV lane in each direction going westward.
  Transform 66, Outside the Beltway, Project start date: Fall 2017 Project completion date: August, 2022
  Total project costs of $3.689 Billion that includes financing cost and design build Cost of $2.232 billion
  PABs - $737 M TIFIA - $1,229 M Equity - $1,523 M No public funds will be needed for the design and construction.
  Initial Financial Plan (IFP) was approved on March 12,2018.
  Virginia DOT (VDOT)and Department of rail and public Transportation (DRPT)
SR 520, I-5 to Medina: Bridge Replacement and HOV Project
  Seattle, WA,  Washington
DO Contact - Jeff Horton
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The Floating Bridge and Landings Stage replaces the SR 520 Evergreen Floating Bridge and east approach with a 6-lane facility which includes two HOV lanes. This Stage will also provide a connection to the west approach structure. The Evergreen Point Floating Bridge is vulnerable to wind and wave damage on Lake Washington and risks catastrophic failure if not replaced.
  Estimated Completion Date: 12/2029 (Current) 10/2016 (Initial Financial Plan) Completed: FEIS signed May 26, 2011. ROD signed August 4, 2011. DB Contract Executed September 1, 2011. FB&L: 1/11/18: Project is substantially complete and awaiting final acceptance. WABN: 6/12/18: WABN is open to traffic. Awaiting final acceptance. Montlake Phase: RFP published Feb. 2018. Contractor selected Fall 2018.
  Total: $3.106 Local: $0.001 State Toll: $0.386 State (TPA & Nickel): $0.173 State (Connecting Washington): $1.667 (Current) $1.129 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal Funds: $.579 Billion (GARVEE and PAYGO) TIFIA: $.300 Billion Local: $0.005 Billion State Toll Funds: $.384 Billion State Funds (TPA & Nickel): $.192 Billion State Funds (Connecting Washington):$1.643
  2017 FPAU approved 6/4/2018
  Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)
SR 99: Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project
  Seattle, WA,  Washington
DO Contact - Lindsey Handel
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The project will replace State Route (SR) 99 from approximately South Royal Brougham Way to Roy Street with a tolled single bore tunnel with two lanes in each direction. Southbound lanes will be located on the top portion of the tunnel, and the northbound lanes will be located on the bottom. Travel lanes will be approximately 11 feet wide, with a 2-foot-wide shoulder on one side and an 8 foot-wide shoulder on the other side. The bored tunnel will be designed to provide emergency access, evacuation routes, ventilation, and fire suppression systems in accordance with National Fire Protection Association standards and other codes and regulations. The project will also remove the existing viaduct and will close and fill the existing Battery Street Tunnel.
  Estimated Completion Date: 12/2021(Current) 12/2021 (Last approved financial plan udpate) 12/2018 (Initial Financial Plan) Completed: FEIS signed June 20, 2011 ROD signed August 22, 2011 DB Contract Award of NTP2 August 23, 2011 North Access Bid-Build contract awarded on January 3, 2014. 1/11/18: TBM disassembly is complete. 6/12/18 Interior structure work complete. Electrical room work in progress for all 16 electrical rooms. Tunnel contractor currently anticipates completion prior to 12/2018.
  $2.2827 (Last approved financial plan update) $2.2 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal Funding: $491,800,000 State Funding: $1,273,400,000 Toll Funding: $129,900,000 Local Funding: $387,600,000
  Initial Finance Plan Approved August 23, 2011 First Annual Update Approved September 11, 2012 Fourth Annual Update Approved August 20, 2015 Fifth Annual Update submitted July 1, 2016 Sixth Annual Update approved September 2017. Seventh Annual Update approved July 2018.
  Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)
WV Corridor H- Section 2, Kerens to Parsons Project
  Randolph and Tucker Counties, WV,  West Virginia
DO Contact - Ronald Krofcheck
MPT Contact - Charles Luedders
  The Kerens to Parsons Project involves the construction of an approximately 15.3-mile, new location, four-lane divided highway, with partial control of access, between the West Virginia localities of Kerens and Parsons. The project begins where previous Corridor H construction ended - in Kerens, 0.2 miles north of the intersection of US 219 and Randolph County Route 7 (Clifton Run Road). The project ends east of the City of Parsons, 0.2 miles south of the northernmost point at which Tucker County Route 219/4 (Mackeyville Road) intersects US 219.
  Estimated Project completion date: 10/2024. Re-evaluation of SFEIS and ROD(5/2003): 11/9/2015
  $0.874 from the 2018 Financial Plan Update. Original estimate from the 2016 Initial Financial Plan was $821.5 million.
  Federal-aid apportioned. General obligation bonds. State funds.
  2018 FPAU approved 4/30/2019. IFP approved by Division Office on 3/22/17.
  West Virginia Division of Highways (WVDOH)
  Illinois State line to Madison, Wisconsin,  Wisconsin
DO Contact - Dave Platz
MPT Contact - Pete Clogston
  The I-39/90 major project begins just south of the Illinois State Line in Rock County, Wisconsin and continues north through the USH 12/18 system interchange (Beltline Interchange) in Dane County near Madison, Wisconsin. The project is approximately 45.5 miles long. The proposed improvement for I-39/90 involves reconstructing the existing four-lane divided Interstate highway and adding an additional lane in each direction to create a six-lane divided highway. The project also includes the reconfiguration of the I-39/90 and I-43 system interchange and the replacement of the Rock River Bridges.
  FONSI signed 10/19/2010. NEPA re-evaluation for corridor completed and approved on 10/30/2014. In addition, EA/FONSI for I-39/90 - I-43 system interchange was approved on 8/28/2015. Final PMP approval 07/01/2012. PMP most recently updated 10/28/2015. The most recent Project Specific Stewardship and Oversight Plan & Agreement for this project was signed on 11/23/2015. Currently working on updates to PMP and S&O Agreement.
  $1.2017 Billion in Year Of Expenditure Dollars.
  Funding established to include Federal, State and Local Highway Funds and State Bond Funds. Project awarded $40 Million in FASTLANE grant. CER completed in December 2008, June 2013 and December 2014 (as amended in July 2015). Due to recent State legislation, some modifications to the project were needed, so the CER results were amended to reflect these adjustments.
  Initial Finance Plan approved on 9/6/16 prior to first federally-funded major let. The 2018 FFPAU was approved on 10/09/2018.
  Wisconsin DOT
I-43 North-South (Silver Spring Drive- Wis 60)
  Milwaukee and Ozaukee Counties,  Wisconsin
DO Contact - Dave Platz
MPT Contact - Pete Clogston
  14.1 miles of reconstruction to address infrastructure deterioration and substandard features, including capacity expansion from 4 to 6 lanes. Includes partial depression of freeway section and reconfiguration of several interchanges. Also includes new interchange at Highland Road.
  FEIS/ROD signed 11/25/14. Scheduled completion date: 12/2023 (revised) PMP approved 11/5/2015. Updated Stewardship and Oversight Agreement/Plan was completed in November with final signatures 03/07/2016. Design began in 2014, and construction is tentatively planned from approximately 2020 to 2023. Construction dates are tentative due to a recent delay in enumeration for construction and required funding to continue with final design and real estate activities. Uncertainty in project funding make the above schedule extremely risky.
  $0.56 (preliminary-June,2014 CER)
  TBD (Federal and state funding sources are anticipated)
  TBD (waiting on submission of IFP; will be later in design phase when funding determinations are finalized)
  Wisconsin DOT
I-94 North-South
  Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha Counties,  Wisconsin
DO Contact - Dave Platz
MPT Contact - Pete Clogston
  The I-94 North-South Freeway Expansion and Reconstruction major project extends approximately 35 miles from the Mitchell Interchange (I-94/I-41/I-43/I-894) in Milwaukee County south through Racine and Kenosha Counties to Russell Road which is located just inside the Illinois border. The project includes the reconstruction of all interchanges, reconstruction of the mainline with expansion from six lanes to eight lanes, and the reconstruction of the Mitchell Interchange and the Wis 119 Airport Spur to General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee. The project also includes the construction of one new interchange (at Drexel Avenue).
  Estimated Completion Date: 09/30/2021 (Revised in 2018 FPAU); Original completion date was 12/2016 (Initial Financial Plan). Construction began in 2009 and several major contracts have been completed including the $170 M Mitchell Interchange. The most recent Project Specific Stewardship and Oversight Plan & Agreement for this project was signed 11/24/2015. An update to the PMP was signed on 1/16/2018. WisDOT was awarded a $160 Million INFRA grant for this corridor. WisDOT has awarded three large DBB contracts that complete all mainline I-94 North South work.
  $1.6248 (Current) $1.9 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal program funds, INFRA grant funds ($160 Million) state transportation funds and state general bonds and contingent bonds.
  State Fiscal Year (SFY) 2018 Financial Plan Update was approved on 10/09/2018. Revised CER validating current schedule and budget completed in February 2018, report finalized in June 2018.
  Wisconsin DOT
Zoo Interchange (I-94/I-894/US-45)
  Milwaukee, WI,  Wisconsin
DO Contact - Dave Platz
MPT Contact - Pete Clogston
  Major urban interchange reconstruction with operational and safety improvements. Also includes reconstruction of parallel arterial routes.
  Estimated Completion Date: 11/30/2023. This date was revised from 11/30/2020 (as shown in the 2016 FPAU). Completion date in IFP was 10/31/2018). Original DEIS signed 5/20/09. Added reduced impacts alternative (RIA). SDEIS that includes RIA approved 2/4/11. ROD signed 2/10/12. SOL published in FR 3/9/12. Initial PMP was approved September 2012, with the most recent update completed in July 2016 and accepted by FHWA on 7/19/2016. The Project Specific Oversight and Stewardship Plan & Agreement for this project was signed 10-1-13 with the most recent update completed and signed on 11-24-2015. The Phase 1 Zoo IC core contract was awarded 8-29-14, completed June 26, 2016. The Phase 2 Zoo IC core contract was awarded 10/02/2015, the Core 2 contract is now 100% complete.
  $1.5496 (Current) $1.718 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal program funds, state transportation funds and state general and contingent bonds.
  Initial FP approved 10/1/12. State Fiscal Year (SFY) 2018 Financial Plan Update was approved by the Division Office on 10/09/2018.
  Wisconsin DOT
FHWA Completed Active Project Status Report
State Route 303: I-10 to US-60
  SR-303 from I-10 (MP 124) to US-60 (MP 138) in western Phoenix,  Arizona
DO Contact - Aryan Lirange
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  21 miles of new freeway.
  Baseline Completion Date: October 2015 Completion Date: June 2016
  Initial Financial Plan 2010: $1.2 Final Cost: $0.896
  Federal-aid, State gas tax, and Prop 400 (regaional 1/2 cent sales tax). Federal Share (61%) State Share (39%)
  FINAL FPAU approved on 11/13/17. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  Arizona DOT
Alameda Corridor
  Los Angeles,  California
DO Contact - Josue Yambo
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  20 mile express line corridor linking Los Angeles and Long Beach ports with rail network in downtown Los Angeles.
  Baseline completion date : 3/2001 Final completion date : 04/2002
  Baseline (IFP)= Federal(%) 21% State/Others(%)= 79% Final(FPAU)= 21% Federal(%) State/Others(%)=79%
  Final FPAU approved by Division) date: All major project requirements have been met:
  Caltrans and Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority. Also Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, City of Los Angeles, City of Long Beach.
I-15 Managed Lanes (from SR-163 to SR-78)
  San Diego County,  California
DO Contact - Miguel Ramos
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0030, EA 2T08x - Construction of 20 new miles of barrier seperated managed lanes within the existing median, in three segments: South, Middle, & North. A moveable barrier within the lanes will allow a 2+2 or 3+1 lane as well as connecting to Direct Access Ramps (DAR's) for HOV and Bus Rapid Transit system users.
  Baseline completion date: 12/01/2012 Final Project completion date: 01/23/2013
  Baseline(IFP) cost:$1.095 Final(FPAU): $0.986
  Baseline(IFP) Federal(%): 24% State/ Local/Others(%):76% Final FPAU Federal(%): 23% State/ Local/Others(%):77%
  11/18/2013: Final FPAU (approved by Division) All major project requirements have been met.
  Caltrans and SANDAG - San Diego Area of Government
I-215 San Bernardino North Corridor Project (from I-10 to I-210)
  City of San Bernardino,  California
DO Contact - Tay Dam
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0047: Addition of one high occupancy vehicle lane and one mixed flow lane in each direction on I-215 from post mile 4.1 to post mile 10.1. Also, including new interchanges and existing interchange improvements.
  Baseline completion date: 06/2013 Final completion date: 01/2014
  Baseline(IFP) cost: $0.676 B Final cost(FPAU): $0.584 B
  Baseline(IFP) Federal(%):29.1% State/Local/Others(%):70.9% Final(FPAU): 2013 Federal(%): 54.6% State/Local/Others(%): 45.4%
  05/22/2014: Final FPAU approved by the Division. All major project requirements have been met.
  Caltrans and SANBAG
SR-210/Foothill Freeway
  Los Angeles and San Bernardino Counties,  California
DO Contact - Miguel Ramos
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping: xxxx 28.2 miles of 8-lane freeway construction, including 2 HOV lanes, from Foothill Blvd. in La Verne (Los Angeles County) to I-215 in San Bernardino (San Bernardino County).
  Baseline completion date: Information Not available Final completion date: 07/1/2008
  Baseline(IFP) cost: $1.2B Final Cost= $1.2B
  Baseline (IFP): Federal(%): 64% State/Local/Others: 36% Final FPAU: Federal(%): 64% State/Local/Others: 36% Federal-aid funding=$751 M Remainder State and local funding.
  Final FPAU approved by Division) date: Not available All major project requirements have been met.
  Caltrans, SANBAG, and LACMTA
SR-4 (East) Widening Project
  From Loveridge Road to SR 160 in Contra Costa County, CA.,  California
DO Contact - Lanh Phan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  FMIS MP Grouping 0108: The project will reduce congestion by widening the freeway to three mixed flow and one HOV lane in each direction and provide a widen median sufficient for a mass transit extension. This project includes the reconstruction of the interchanges and local street crossings at Loveridge Road, Century Blvd., Somersville Road, Contra Lome Blvd/L St., G St., Lone Tree Way/A Street, Cavallo Road and Hillcrest Ave. The total project length is approximately 7 miles
  Roadway work contracts were completed on 7/19/17. Landscaping work is planned to be completed by 12/31/19 (plus 3 years for establishment period for plantings). 12/30/16: Estimated completion.
  2017 FPAU: $0.5332 2016 FPAU: $0.5349 2015 FPAU: $0.5302 2014 FPAU: $0.5306 2013 FPAU: $0.5285 2012 FPAU: $0.525 2011 FPAU: $0.546 2010 FPAU: $0.565 2009 IFP: $0.600
  Federal:$67 million per FMIS 11/30/12. Previously reported State funds of $192.3 million included some federal funds (adjusted 11/30/12) including STIP, RTIP, ITIP, Transportation Congestion Relief Program (TRCP), Proposition 1B: corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA) and State Local Partnership Program (SLPP). Local and Regional: $375.3 million.
  6/13/18: Draft 2017 FPAU was updated. 11/17/17: Draft 2017 FPAU Received by the Division. 02/07/17: 2016 FPAU approved. 01/11/16: 2015 FPAU approved. 02/26/15: 2014 FPAU approved. 05/21/14: 2013 FPAU approved. 04/26/13: 2012 FPAU approved. 02/03/12: 2011 FPAU approved. 03/28/11: 2010 FPAU approved. 09/23/09: IFP approved.
  Caltrans/Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA).
SR-52 Extension
  City of Santee in San Diego County,  California
DO Contact - Miguel Ramos
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construction of 4 miles of a 4 lane freeway in the City of Santee in San Diego County from Santo Road to State Route 67.   This project also constructed freeway to freeway connectors to complete interchanges at State Route 125   and State Route 67.   It included new roadway, bridges and local interchanges at Fanita Drive, Cuyamaca Street and Magnolia Avenue.
  Baseline completion date: 12/31/2010 Final Completion date: 03/31/2011
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.5995 B Final Cost:$0.5205 B
  Baseline(IFP) Federal(%)= 25.79% State/Local (%)=74.21% Final(FPAU) Federal(%)= 21.88% State/Local(%)=78.12%
  10/24/2011: Final FPAU approved. All Major Project requirements have been met
I-25/I-225 Southeast Corridor (T-REX)
  Denver,  Colorado
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction of 18 miles of I-25 and I-225, and construction of 19 miles of light-rail transit line with 13 new rail stations.
  Baseline completion date was September 2006 (per Initial Finance Plan). Final completion was August 22, 2006.
  Baseline= $1.667 (Initial Finance Plan) May 2001 Final cost = $1.681
  Baseline IFP: Federal: 55% State/Others:45% Final FPAU Federal:55% State/Others: 45%
  Final FPAU (approved by the Division) Date: 01/3/2008 All Major projects requirements have been met
  Colorado DOT and Denver Area Regional Transportation District (RTD). Also, local cities, counties, and associations.
I-95/New Haven Harbor Crossing
  New Haven,  Connecticut
DO Contact - David Nardone
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction of 7.2 miles of I-95, including a new 10-lane Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge over New Haven Harbor, and Interchanges 46 through 54. Major crossing to be the Nation's first extradosed bridge.
  Baseline completion date: 5/31/2012 Final Project completion date: 6/26/2018
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.8B. Final Cost: $1.825B
  Baseline (IFP) Federal 87% State/Other 13% Final FPAU Federal 85% State/Other 15%
  Final FPAU approved on 7/18/2018. All Major Project requirements have been met
  ConnDOT City of New Haven
(iROX) I-75 from GG Parkway to SR-80, D/B/Finance
  Lee and Collier Counties,  Florida
DO Contact - Marvin L. Williams
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  This project consists of reconstruction of I-75 from 4 to 6 lanes and the reconstruction of the Immokalee Road interchange in Collier County. The project widen 30 miles of I-75 from the I-75/ Golden Gate Parkway interchange in Collier County to Colonial Boulevard in Lee County. Also, this project reconstructed the Immokalee Road interchange (CR-846).
  Baseline completion date: 8/2010. Final Project completion date: 9/2010.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.5 Final cost: $0.5
  Final FPAU 67% Federal and 33% State/Other funding.
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) 1/2011. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  Florida Department of Transportation.
Connector - I-4 to Lee Roy Selmon Expressway
  Tampa - Hillsborough County,  Florida
DO Contact - Marvin L. Williams
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  This is an elevated section of roadway that connect Interstate 4 to the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway through a series of ramps. The facility is limited access and tolled.
  Baseline (IFP) completion date: 7/2013. Final Acceptance of construction activities was giving by FDOT on October 19, 2014. In a letter dated 10/24/2014.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.65 Final cost: $0.7
  FINAL FPAU 67% Federal and 33% State/Other funding.
  2016/Final FPAU approved in 12/2016.
  Florida DOT, Florida's Turnpike Enterprise, and the Hillsborough County Expressway Authority.
I-595 Corridor Improvements
  Ft. Lauderdale,  Florida
DO Contact - Andrew DeTizio
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  Widening of I-595 between the I-75 interchange and I-95 Interchange, adding reversible lanes, and major interchange improvements.
  Baseline completion date: 6/2012 Final project completion date: 9/2014
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $1.9 Final cost: $1.39
  Final FPAU 17% Federal and 83% State/Other funding.
  Final FPAU approved 9/18/2015.
  Florida DOT has a Public Private Partnership with the Concessionaire, ACS-Dragados, thru a 35-year Design, Build, Finance, Operate, and Maintain (DBFOM) contract.
Miami Intermodal Center (MIC)
  Miami,  Florida
DO Contact - Andrew DeTizio
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  Construction of multi-modal center for Miami International Airport, including rental car facility, intermodal center, people mover, and roadways.
  Baseline completion date: 7/2005 Final project completion date: 8/2016
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $1.35 Final cost: $1.98
  Federal, State, MDAD, MDX, TIFIA loan, SIB Loan
  Final FPAU approved 6/19/2017
  FDOT and MDAD. Also Miami-Dade Expressway Authority, Miami-Dade County, and Tri-County Commuter Rail Authority.
Port of Miami Tunnel & Access Improvement Project (POMT)
  Miami,  Florida
DO Contact - Andrew DeTizio
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  The POMT will improve access to and from the Port of Miami, serving as a dedicated roadway connector linking the Port with the MacArthur Causeway (State Road A1A) and I-395. The project consists of three primary components: widening of the MacArthur Causeway Bridge; tunnel connections between Watson Island and Dodge Island (the Port of Miami); and connections to the Port of Miami roadway system. The project is being procured as a PPP through a 35-year design, build, finance, operate and maintain (DBFOM) contract with a concessionaire.
  Completion Date: 8/2014 (Final) 5/2014 (Initial Financial Plan)
  $0.801 (Final) $0.92 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal, TIFIA, State, Miami-Dade County, City of Miami
  Initial Financial Plan approved June, 2009. 2015 FPAU (Final) was approved on January 5, 2016.
  FDOT, Miami-Dade County, and the City of Miami
SR826/SR836 Interchange Reconstruction (Palmetto 5)
  Miami,  Florida
DO Contact - Andrew DeTizio
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  The project involves a major upgrade to the interchange. Capacity improvements include the reconstruction and widening along both SR826 (Palmetto Expressway) and SR836 (Dolphin Expressway), construction of a four-level interchange, and the reconstruction/modifications of the Flagler Street/SR826 and the Milam Dairy Road/NW 72nd Avenue/SR836 interchanges.
  Baseline (IFP) completion date: 12/2016 Final project completion date: 10/2016
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.84 Final cost: $0.83
  FINAL FPAU 55% Federal and 45% State/Other funding.
  2016/Final FPAU approved in 11/2016.
  Florida DOT, Miami Dade Expressway Authority (MDX).
Tampa Interstate System (TIS)
  Tampa - Hillsborough County,  Florida
DO Contact - Marvin L. Williams
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  Reconstruction and widening of approx. 13 miles of I-4 and I-275; to improve operation, capacity, and safety.
  Initial project began construction on 10/27/02. Final Project completion/acceptance 6/28/16. Improvements to the corridor remaining will be completed under Tampa Bay Express (TBX).
  Baseline Initial Financial Plan cost $1.0 Final cost 1.2
  FHWA/State normal funding (90/10 for Interstate, 80/20 for Congestion Management), and Congressional project list.
  IFP accepted 3/2003 2014 FPAU - 4/10/2014 2015 FPAU - 12/31/2015 2016 Final FPAU approved on 2/17/2017
  Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)
I-465 West Leg Reconstruction (Accelerate 465)
  Indianapolis,  Indiana
DO Contact - Eryn Fletcher
MPT Contact - sajid Aftab
  Pavement replacement and widening of I-465 from SR 67 to 56th Street. Current facility is 3 lanes. The proposed project will provide 4 through lanes plus auxiliary lanes between interchanges. Seven interchanges will also be reconstructed.
  Baseline completion date: 12/2012 Final project completion date: 6/2015
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.74 Final cost: $0.549
  Baseline (IFP) funds: 34.7% Federal 65.3% State/Other Final FPAU 18% Federal and 82% State/Other funding.
  2014/Final FPAU approved 4/6/15. All Major Projects requirements have been met
  State of Indiana (INDOT)
I-69 SIU 3 Section 4
  From US-231 in Greene County near Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center(NSWC) to SR-37 S of Bloomington,  Indiana
DO Contact - Joiner Lagpacan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Section 4 of the I-69 corridor project, is 27 Miles of new Interstate freeway on new alignment (within Section of Independent Utility #3 of 26 of the National I-69 Corridor). Includes three interchanges at SR-45, Green/Monroe County line, and SR-37. The project will improve transportation linkage and accessibility, enhance economic growth, reduce congestion and improve safety.
  Baseline completion date (IFP): June 2015 Final project completion date: August 2016
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.600 Final cost: $0.613
  Baseline (IFP): 38.6% Federal 61.4% State/Other Final FPAU: 53% Federal 47% State/Other funding.
  2016/Final FPAU was approved by FHWA on 1/4/2017. All Major Project requirements have been met
  State of Indiana DOT(INDOT)
US 31 Hamilton County
  US 31 from I-465 to SR 38, North of Indianapolis, IN,  Indiana
DO Contact - Eryn Fletcher
MPT Contact - sajid Aftab
  Upgrading 12.5 miles of divided signalized expressway from I-465, north to SR 38 to freeway standards.
  Baseline Completion date: 8/2017 (IFP) Actual Completion date: 10/2016
  Baseline (IFP) cost:$0.600 B Final Cost: $0.593
  Baseline (IFP): Federal 80.5%, State/Other 19.5% Final : Federal 78.2%, State/Other 21.8%
  Final FPAU Date 5/5/2017. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  State of Indiana (INDOT)
Louisville Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project
  Kentucky/Indiana (Louisville),  Kentucky
DO Contact - Michael Loyselle
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construction of two new bridges crossing the Ohio River; one to connect Indiana SR-265 with KY 841, providing a beltway around the east end of Louisville, and the second just upstream of the existing I-65 Kennedy Bridge in downtown Louisville (new bridge for northbound traffic and existing bridge for southbound traffic). The Kennedy Interchange will be re-constructed within the footprint of the existing Kennedy Interchange to address multiple deficiencies with the existing convergence of I-64, I-65, and I-71.
  Kentucky achieved Substantial Completion on November 18, 2016. Baseline Completion date was June 2018. Indiana's East End Crossing reached substantial completion on December 18, 2016. Baseline Completion date was August 2017.
  $2.327 (Final) $2.584 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Baseline: IFP Federal Funds was $1.106 billion (43%) State/Other funds: $1.478 billion (57%) Final Federal Funds:$749.8 million (32%) State/Other funds: $1.570 billion (68%)
  The final FPAU (2017)was approved on 12/13/17 with a cost of $2.32 billion.
I-10 Twin Span Structures
  Slidell,  Louisiana
DO Contact - Mark Stinson
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Replacement of the I-10 Twin Span Structures over Lake Pontchartrain east of New Orleans.
  Baseline completion date: 3/1/2011 Final Project completion date : 10/31/2012
  Baseline intial Financial(IFP)cost: $0.80 Final cost:$0.7326
  Bseline(IFP) Federal:100% State/Local/others:0% Final(FPAU) Federal:100% State/Local/others:0% Emergency Relief (ER)Program (100%)
  Final FPU (approvedby Division)date: 4/16/2014. All major project requirements have been met
Intercounty Connector
  Montgomery and Prince George's Counties,  Maryland
DO Contact - Lourdes Castaneda
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  The proposed Intercounty Connector (ICC) project is to construct an east-west limited access highway between the I-270 and I-95/US 1 corridors within central and eastern Montgomery County and northwestern Prince Georges County, a distance of approximately 18 miles.
  Baseline completion date: 12/31/2012 Final Completion date: 11/14/2014
  Baseline Initial Financial Plan is $2.445B Final FPAU is $2.386B
  Baseline (IFP) Federal: 1% State/Local: 99% Final FPAU Federal: 22% State/Local: 78%
  Final FPAU was approved by Division on 6/03/2015. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) and Maryland Transportation Authority (MdTA).
Central Artery/Ted Williams Tunnel
  Boston,  Massachusetts
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  Replacement of existing I-93 viaduct in downtown Boston with 8-10 lane tunnels and new cable-stayed bridge over the Charles River, and construction of I-90 extension with 4-lane tunnel to Logan Airport (7.5 miles total).
  Baseline completion date: 12/2004. Final Project completion date: 10/2007.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $13.5 Final cost: $14.8
  Final FPAU 58% Federal and 42% State/Other funding.
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) 3/2009. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  Massachusetts Turnpike Authority
I-35W St. Anthony Falls Bridge
  Mississippi River Crossing in downtown Minneapolis,  Minnesota
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  The project consists of rebuilding the I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River that collapsed on August 1, 2007. The new bridge is designed with a 100-year lifespan and will carry 10 lanes of traffic (five in each direction). It is being built to accommodate a managed lane and will support one lane of light-rail transit in each direction, if designated by future transportation needs. The contract delivery method is Design-Build.
  Baseline completion date: 12/2008. Final Project completion date: 11/2008.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.3 Final cost: $0.3
  Final FPAU 98% Federal and 2% State/Other funding. (ER Program funding)
  Final FPAU (approved by Division)9/2008. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  Minnesota DOT
I-64, from Spoede Rd. to Sarah Street
  St. Louis County and St. Louis City,  Missouri
DO Contact - Greg Budd
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  Reconstruction of 12 miles of I-64, consisting of multiple interchange locations, including a fully directional interchange at I-170.
  Baseline completion date: 10/2010. Final Project completion date: 12/2011.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.53. Final cost: $0.53.
  Final FPAU 83% Federal and 17% State/Other funding.
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) 12/2011. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  Missouri DOT
New Mississippi River Bridge
  Illinois/Missouri (St. Louis),  Missouri
DO Contact - Peter J. Clogston
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  The primary scope of this initial phase of the I-70 New Mississippi River Bridge project at St. Louis involved about 3 miles of new I-70 alignment, including a cable-stayed bridge and interstate interchanges on both ends of the new alignment. All environmental commitments were met. No claims pending. No pending issues. Top 3 best practices: 1. Early, inclusive, and continuing focus on DBE and workforce diversity resulted in great success in these areas. 2. Collocated project team, including FHWA, was critical to the sucess of this fast-tracked project. 3. Alternate Technical Concepts (ATC) were successfully used, saving millions of dollars, on this design-bid-build procurement.
  Baseline completion date: 1/2014. Final Project completion date: 2/2014.
  Baseline cost $0.714 ($0.660 in IFP, subsequentially increased to $0.714 due to added scope as a result of NEPA Reevaluation) Final cost: $0.676
  Final FPAU 45% Federal and 55% State/Other funding.
  Final Finance Plan, dated July 1, 2014, was approved by FHWA on 01/06/2015.
  IL DOT and MoDOT (lead)
Brooklyn Bridge Contract 6
  Counties of New York and Kings,  New York
DO Contact - Dean Majzoub
MPT Contact - Carlos Figueroa
  Rehabilitation of the Approach Spans and Ramps and Painting of the Entire Bridge
  The initial financial plan completion date was 9/30/2013. The final project completion date is 1/20/2017.
  $0.448(Approved Initial Financial Plan). $0.746(Approved Final Financial Plan Annual Update).
  Initial Federal Funding:27.2% Initial State/Other Funding:72.8% Final Federal funding:44.9% Final State/Other Funding:55.1%
  11/30/2008 the IFP was approved. 12/18/2017the final FPAU was approved.
Willis Avenue Bridge
  Manhattan and Bronx Counties,  New York
DO Contact - Dean Majzoub
MPT Contact - Carlos Figueroa
  Reconstruct the Willis Avenue Bridge over the Harlem River between Manhattan and the Bronx.
  Initial Financial Plan completion date:11/30/2012 Final Project Completion Date: 9/24/2015
  $0.495 (Initial Financial Plan) $0.770 (Approved Final financial plan update)
  Initial Federal Funding:51.6% Initial State/Other Funding:48.4% Final Federal Funding:38% Final State/Other Funding:62%
  12/19/2006 the IFP was approved. 12/21/2017 the Final FPAU was approved.
  New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) and New York City Department of Transportation(NYCDOT)
Triangle Expressway, Western Wake Freeway
  Raleigh,  North Carolina
DO Contact - George Hoops
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  The Western Wake Freeway is a proposed 12.6 mile freeway that extends from NC 55 at SR1172 to NC 55 near SR 1630 on the Westside of Raleigh.
  Baseline completion date: 12/2012. Final Project completion date: 8/2013.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $1.03. Final cost: $0.98.
  Final FPAU 9% Federal and 91% State/Other funding.
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) 7/2014.
  North Carolina Turnpike Authority.
Portsmouth Bypass
  City of Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio,  Ohio
DO Contact - Adam Johnson
MPT Contact - Charles Ludders
  It is proposed to construct a new four-lane, divided, limited-access highway around the City of Portsmouth in Scioto County, Ohio. The highway will be a 16 mile, four-lane divided highway that bypasses approximately 26 miles of US 52 and US 23 through Portsmouth.
  Single-phased construction project. Estimated 4-5 year construction period. Original FEIS approved by FHWA on 8/10/05. Original ROD was issued on 6/9/06. Initial PMP approved on 11/17/11. Reevaluation of the FEIS/ROD for Phase 1 approved on 4/5/12. Reevaluation of the FEIS/ROD for Phases 2 and 3 approved on 4/16/14. Updated PMP approved on 4/21/14. Final RFP approved on 4/24/14. Construction authorization signed on 7/9/14. Commercial close occurred on 12/5/14. Financial Close: April 9, 2015 Notice to Proceed with Work (NTP): April 10, 2015 Construction begin: June 24, 2015 Design 100% Complete: August 2, 2016 Construction is 95% complete. Overall project completion percentage: 75% First construction milestone payment (70%): April 2017 Second construction milestone payment (80%): August 2017 Substantial Completion Milestone Payment: January 2019 Scheduled substantial completion date: December 14, 2018 Scheduled ODOT final acceptance: April 19, 2019
  Final Contract amount is $590 million. O and M: about $1.1 billion 2017 FPAU Total Project Cost (not including Developer's financing and funding costs): $589.0 million
  Appalachian Development Highway System (ADHS) funds and other federal revenue sources; state revenue sources; TIFIA loan; Private Activity Bonds (PABs); Developer Financing
  Initial Finance Plan approved on January 23, 2012. Project accepted and complete as of 3/15/2019.
  Ohio DOT
Central Texas Turnpike
  Austin,  Texas
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construction of 70+ miles of new toll facilities to ease congestion on I- 35 and other major facilities in Central Texas.
  Baseline completiondate : 12/2007. Final Completion date : 4/2008.
  Baseline(IFP) cost:$2.9 B Final cost:$2.7 B
  Baseline(IFP) Federal: 24% State/Local/Others: 76% Final FPAU :19% Federal and 81% Non-Federal funding (including $900 million TIFIA loan).
  Final FPAU ( approved by Division Office.08/31/2009
  TxDOT, cities, counties, and associations.
DFW Connector
  State Highway 121 and State Highway 114 in Grapevine,  Texas
DO Contact - Ujval Patel (Division POM), Brett Jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Chuck Luedders
  Design Build (TxDOT has right to exercise three capital maintenance agreements in increments of 5 years) Reconstruction of an access control highway with additional toll managed lanes on SH114. PMP updated and approved by Division 4/9/14
  Project substantially completed June 14, 2018.
  $1.297 (Final cost 2018 Final FPAU)$1.298 (2017 FPAU) $1.300 (2016 FPAU) $1.238 (2015 FPAU) $1.218 (2014 FPAU) $1.233 (2013 FPAU) $1.15 (2012 FPAU) $1.116 (2011 financial plan update) $1.071 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal (including ARRA funds) and State
  Operational independence of phases I and II approved 6/7/11. IFP Approved 9/16/11. 2018 Final FPAU concurrence provided 4/11/2019.
Eastern Extension of the President George Bush Turnpike (SH 190)
  Dallas County,  Texas
DO Contact - sdPOM - Brett Jackson DO POM - Kevin Spohrer
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construction of a new location 6-lane tollroad, from SH 78 to IH 30. Construction of discontinuous frontage roads, and an interchange at IH 30.
  Baseline Completion date : 06/2012 Final Completion Date: 12/2013
  Baseline(IFP) cost=$1.0 B Final cost(FPAU) = $787M
  Baseline(IFP): Federal :approx 6% State/local/others:94% Final FPAU(IFP): Federal : 21% State/local/others:79%
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) approved 5/29/14. All major project requirements have been met
  NTTA and TxDOT
I-10/Katy Freeway
  Houston,  Texas
DO Contact - Daniel Mott
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction and widening of 23 miles of I-10 from I-610 (Houston) to Katy, to provide 4 general-purpose through lanes and 3 frontage road lanes in each direction, plus managed lanes. Also, reconstruction of 2.6 miles of I-610.
  Baseline Completion Date : 11/2008. Final Completion Date:11/2010
  Baseline(IFP) cost:$2.5 B Final cost:$2.8 B
  Baseline(IFP): Federal :49% State/Local/Other :51% Final FPAU: Federal: 49% State/Local/Other : 51%
  Final Financial Plan Annual update(FPAU)approved by Division : 4/23/2014. All Major Project requirements have been met.
LBJ Freeway
  From Interstate 35E to US75 in Dallas,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Public Private Partnership to reconstruct Interstate Highway 635 from Interstate 35E to US 75. Project includes free main lanes, tolled managed lanes and frontage roads.
  Baseline completion date:IFP = 7/2016 Final Project completed : 12/8/2015
  Baseline Cost(IFP) :$2.231B Final Cost (Final FPAU):$2.181 B(Final FPAU)
  Baseline (IFP) Federal(%): 14%State/Other(%): 86% Final FPAU Federal(%):17% State/Other(%): 83%
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) Date: 08/2016 All Major Project requirements have been met
Midtown Express (SH 183 Managed Lanes Project)
  Dallas Texas,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - Chuck Luedders
  The SH 183 Managed Lanes Project (the Project and also known as the Midtown Express) includes 27.8 miles of improvements along SH 183, SH 114 and LP 12 in Tarrant and Dallas Counties. The Project will be implemented in multiple phases of interim improvements (Interim Project) and ultimate improvements (Ultimate Project). The Interim Project generally includes the construction of one-lane concurrent managed lane, the reconstruction of general purpose lanes and frontage roads along portions of SH 183, and the construction of intersection and interchange connectivity improvements. The interim phase was completed on December 22, 2018. The interim project is being closed out and the project marked as completed since the ultimate phase is in the future and currently not programmed or funded.
  Completion date IFP : Interim:07/2018 Ultimate:12/2035 2016 FPAU Interim: 10/27/18 Ultimate: 12/2040 2017 FPAU Interim: 12/22/18 Ultimate: 12/2040 2018 FPAU Interim: 12/22/18 Ultimate: 12/2040
  Total Project cost IFP : $5287.10 Interim : $1,415.1 Ultimate: $3,872.0 2016 FPAU $5287.10 Interim : $1,415.1 Ultimate: $3,872.0 2017 FPAU $5287.10 Interim : $1,415.1 Ultimate: $3,872.0 2018 FPAU $3,432.8 Interim : $1,364.0 Ultimate: $2,068.8
  Federal/State Gas tax State Vehicle registration fees Toll/User fees State and Local bond Local Government general funds
  IFP Approved on 11/21/2014. FPAU #1 approved 12/2015 2016 FPAU approved 12/21/2016 2017 FPAU approved 10/4/2017 2018 Approved 11/26/18
North Tarrant Express
  Fort Worth,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Public Private Partnership to reconstruct Interstate Highway 820 and opportunity (pre-development agreement) to develop and reconstruct State Highway 183 and Interstate Highway 35W. Project includes free main lanes, interconnected toll managed lanes and frontage roads.
  Baseline completion date:09/30/2015 Final Project 10/4/2014
  Baseline (IFP) cost:$1.874 Final cost:$1.872
  Baseline(IFP) Federal(%):25% State/local/others: 75% Final FPAU Federal: 25% State/Other 75%
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) Date: 08/05/2015 All Major Project requirements have been met
  TxDOT and the Region
SH 130 Segments 5 & 6
  Central Texas / Austin and San Antonio,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construction of a new 40-mile toll road connecting the completion portions of SH 130 (Central Texas Turnpike system) to Seguin, Texas, near San Antonio.
  Baseline Completion date : 11/2012 FinalCompletion date :05/2013
  Baseline Initial Financial Plan(IFP) cost:$1.1 B Final cost : $1.1 B
  Baseline(IFP): Federal-0.3% State/Local others-99.7% Final FPAU: Federal-0.3% State/Local others-99.7% $430 million TIFIA loan
  Final FPAU (approved by Division):07/08/2013 All major project requirements have been met
SH 161 - President George Bush Turnpike Western Extension
  Grand Prairie and Irving in Dallas County,  Texas
DO Contact - Brett Jackson (sdPOM) Kevin Spohrer (POM)
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construction on new aligment of a 4 and 6 lane tollroad with discontinuous frontage roads from Interstate 20 to State Highway 183.
  Baseline completion date (IFP):10/2012 Final Completion date (FPAU):10/2012
  Baseline(IFP) cost:$1.1 B Final cost(FPAU) (2014)= $1.0552 B
  Baseline(IFP): Federal:0% State/Local/others:100% Final(FPAU): Federal:0% State/Local/others: 100%
  Final FPAU (approved by Division): 8/13/14. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  NTTA, TxDOT, Cities of Grand Prairie and Irving.
SH 99, The Grand Parkway (Segments F-1, F-2, and G)
  Houston, Texas,  Texas
DO Contact - Greg Budd - sdPOM
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  www.grandpky.com and www.gpprocurement.com
  The Grand Parkway or SH99 is a proposed 180-mile circumferential highway traversing seven counties in the Houston Metro area from SH146 in Galveston County to SH146 in Baytown. It is divided into 11 segments designated A through I-2. Segments F-1, F-2 and G are initially four-lane toll facilities and begin at U.S. 290 and ends at U.S. 59N. Below is a more detailed description of Segments F-1, F-2 and G. Segment F-1 begins south of US 290 and terminates west of SH 249. This segment contains 4 DCs at U.S. 290 and 24 bridges in the initial build. Segment F-2 begins west of SH 249 and terminates west of IH 45. This segment contains 2 DCs at I-45N and 23 bridges in the initial build. Segment G begins west of I-45N and terminates west of U.S. 59. This segment contains 2 DCs at U.S. 59N and 37 bridges in the initial build. Discontinuous frontage roads throughout Segments F-1, F-2, and G.
  Design Build Award Scheduled 9/2012 Project completed in January 2017.
  From Final FPAU (2017): $2.447
  TIFIA, Local funds
  2014 FPAU 5/28/15 2015 FPAU approved 3/2016 2016 FPAU approved. 2017 FPAU (Final) approved 5/31/18.
Southwest Parkway (SH 121) - Chisolm Trail
  Fort Worth,  Texas
DO Contact - Semme Yilma (Division POM) Brett Jackson (sdPOM)
MPT Contact - sajid aftab
  The proposed project is approximately 15 miles in length from Interstate 30 near downtown Fort Worth south to Farm to Market Road 1187 in Tarrant County. It is planned to be a controlled access divided tollway. The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) is planning to construct an approximate 8-mile portion from Interstate 30 South as a toll facility. The ultimate development of the entire project could be as a toll facility.
  Baseline completion date:5/31/2013 Final Project completion date:5/30/2016
  Baseline (IFP) cost:$1.48 B Final cost(Final FPAU) :$1.15 B
  Baseline(IFP) Federal(%)10% State/Other(%)90% FPAU Federal(%)11% State/Other(%)89%
  Final FPAU (approved by Division)Date. Pending (as of 5/18/16) All Major Project requirements have been met
  TxDOT, NTTA and City of Fort Worth Project is also called the Chisholm Trail Project.
I-15 Corridor, Salt Lake County
  Salt Lake City,  Utah
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction of 17 miles of I-15, with auxiliary and HOV lanes added.
  Baseline completion date: October,2001 Final Project completion date. July 2001
  Baseline cost= $1.36 (Initial Finance Plan) Final cost : cost=$1.6
  Baseline (IFP) Federal: 9% State/Local/others:91% Final (FPAU) Federal: 27% State/Local/others:73%
  Final FPAU ( approved by the Division): Summer of 2001 All major project requirements have been met
Capital Beltway high occupancy toll (HOT) lanes
  Northern Virginia - Fairfax County,  Virginia
DO Contact - Tarsem LaL
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Widening for 14 miles of Interstate 495 Capital Beltway from Springfield Interchange to Dulles Toll Road area in order to implement 4 new HOT lanes and associated access points. Project includes the design and construction of the Springfield Interchange phase VIII HOV/HOT lane connections, construction/reconstruction at 11 interchanges and replacement/improvements to approximately 60 bridges.
  Baseline completion date: 12/2012. Final Project completion date: 11/2012.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $1.7. Final cost: $1.7.
  Final FPAU 16% Federal and 84% State/Other funding.
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) 2/2014.
  Virginia DOT, and Capital Beltway Express.
I-95 HOV/HOT Lanes, Northern Segment
  Edsall Road to Garrisonville Road in No. Virigina,  Virginia
DO Contact - Tarsem Lal
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Development of HOT lanes along 29 miles of Interstate 95 including new HOV/HOT lanes and conversion of HOV lanes to HOT lanes.
  Baseline completion date: July 2015. Substantially completed on December 14, 2015, and opened to traffic on December 16, 2014. Final project completion date: September 2015.
  Initial Financial Plan cost: $916M Final Financial plan cost as of June 30,2016: $885 M
  Baseline (IFP): GARVEE-$94M, Private Equity - $293 million, PAB 244 M, TIFIA loan $300 M. Final FPAU - GARVEE-$82.5M, Private Equity-$280,374M, PAB-$252,648M, TIFIA-$300M, Regular federal-aid funds-$116.11M
  Final FPAU approved on January 31, 2017. All major project requirements have been met.
  VDOT and 95 Express LLC (Concessionaire)
I-95/I-395/I-495 Springfield Interchange
  Springfield,  Virginia
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Reconstruction of I-95/I-395/I-495 and I-95/Rte. 644 interchanges, with direct ramp access and separation of local, through, and HOV traffic.
  Baseline completion date: 11/2007. Final Project completion date: 7/2007.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.68 Final cost: $0.68.
  Final FPAU 93% Federal and 7% State/Other funding.
  Final FPAU (approved by Division)12/2009. All Major Project requirements have been met.
  Virginia DOT.
I-95/Woodrow Wilson Bridge
  VA/MD/DC,  Virginia
DO Contact - Lourdes Castaneda
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Replaced an existing 6-lane bridge with new 12-lane double structure. Each structure includes four travel lanes, one merging/diverging lane, and one HOV/express bus/rail transit (available when the connecting systems are in place). Reconstructed four adjacent interchanges (Telegraph Rd and US Route 1 in VA, I-295 and MD 210 in MD).
  Baseline completion date: 05/31/2011 Final completion date: 06/30/2013
  Baseline(IFP) cost: $2.443B Final cost: $2.375B
  Baseline(IFP) Federal: 81.2% State: 18.8% Final(FPAU) Federal: 86.5% State/Others: 13.5%
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) date: 03/31/2014 All Major project requirements have been met.
  MDSHA (lead for bridge and Maryland interchanges), VDOT (lead for Virginia interchanges), and DDOT (lead for I-295).
Midtown Tunnel/Downtown Tunnel/Martin Luther King Extension Project
  Hampton Roads District of VDOT,  Virginia
DO Contact - John Mazur
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  This project consists of three facilities (the Midtown Tunnel, the Downtoun Tunnel, and the Martin Luther King Extension) in the Hampton Roads District of VA. The proposed Midtown Tunnel consists of a new tunnel under the Elizabeth River running parallel to the existing Midtown Tunnel and modifications to the existing tunnel to provide increased capacity for east-west travel linking Route 58 and I-264 in Portsmouth to the interchange at Brambleton Avenue/Hampton Boulevard in Norfork. The proposed improvements to the Downtown Tunnel consist of modiciations to the existing northbound and southbound tunnels necessary for the existing facility to conform to the National Fire Protection Association Standard 502. The proposed MLK Extension consists of extending U.S. Route 58 south from London Boulevard, approximately 0.8 miles and constructing a new interchange at I-264.
  Project Complete 9/2017
  Private Equity, TIFIA and Public Funds (GARVEE)
  10/2018 - Approved the final finance plan
  VDOT and Elizabeth River Crossings, LLC (ERC)
SR 520 - Pontoon Construction Project
  Grays Harbor, WA,  Washington
DO Contact - Anthony Sarhan
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  This project constructed a casting basin in Aberdeen, WA and subsequently constructed pontoons to restore the Seattle, WA SR 520 Floating Bridge.
  Baseline Completion Date: 04/2015(Initial Finance Plan). Final Project Completion Date: 12/2016 No more updates. This project is complete.
  Baseline cost (IFP): $0.609 Final cost: $0.563
  Baseline (IFP): Federal Funds: $0.0975 Billion (GARVEE) State Toll Funds: $0.443 Billion State TPA Funds: $0.069 Billion Final FPAU Federal Funds: $.291 Billion (GARVEE) State Toll Funds: $.191 Billion State TPA Funds: $.082 Billion
  Final FPAU approved by Division Office on 3/17/17
  Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)
SR 520, Medina to SR 202: Eastside Transit and HOV Project
  Seattle,  Washington
DO Contact - Jeff Horton
MPT Contact - Sajid Aftab
  Construction of SR 520 from Medina (East side of Lake Washington) to SR 202 to enhance travel time reliability, mobility, access, and safety for transit, public, and HOV traffic.
  2/5/18: Project has been granted substantial complete and facility is use. Awaiting final acceptance.
  $0.512(Current) $0.534 (Initial Financial Plan)
  Federal Funding: $.243 Billion (GARVEE) State Toll Funding: $.182 Billion State Funding (TPA & Nickel): $.085 Billion Local: $1.7 Million
  2016 FPAU approved 3/17/17
  Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)
I-41 Reconstruction
  Winnebago and Brown Counties,  Wisconsin
DO Contact - Dave Platz
MPT Contact - Pete Clogston
  Project involves reconstruction on I-41 in Brown and Winnebago Counties. The project will include reconstruction of all system and service interchanges and will add one general capacity lane in each direction.
  Estimated Completion Date: Summer of 2017 The work in Winnebago County is finished. Major project work at I-43 and I-41 (Glory Rd to Ninth St) in Brown County finished June 2017. An updated Project Stewardship & Oversight Agreement/Plan was signed on 08/03/2015. The PMP was updated and approved by Wis Division Office on 2/25/2016. Project is currently 100% complete. Project Completion Date 6/30/2017.
  $1.515 (Current) $1.515 (Last financial plan update) $1.52 (Initial Financial Plan) Final Total Project Cost $1,390.1 Million
  Federal Program, State Transportation Fund and State General Bonds Initial Federal Funding 30% Initial State/Other Funding 70% Final Federal Funding $371 Million 26.6% Final State/Other Funding $1,019.1 Million 73.4%
  State Fiscal Year (SFY) 2017 Financial Plan Update was approved by the Division Office April 2018. Initial Financial Plan (IFP) Approval Date 1/28/201 Final FPAU Approval Date 3/17/2018
  Wisconsin DOT
I-43/I-94/I-794 Marquette Interchange
  Milwaukee,  Wisconsin
DO Contact - Tracey Blankenship
MPT Contact - Ian Cavanaugh
  Reconstruction of the Marquette Interchange (I-43/I-94/I-794) and approaches in downtown Milwaukee
  Baseline completion date: 12/2008. Final Project completion date: 12/2008.
  Baseline (IFP) cost: $0.8. Final cost: $0.8.
  Final FPAU 58% Federal and 42% State/Other funding.
  Final FPAU (approved by Division) 8/2009. All Major Project requirements have been met.