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1 Tribal Transportation Improvement Program (TTIP) Tribal Transportation Planning U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration November, 2013

2 Tribal Transportation Planning ISAAC N. AKEM COMMUNITY PLANNER FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION OKLAHOMA DIVISION 5801 N BROADWAY EXT STE 300 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (405) TRIBAL TIP 2

3 Federal Transportation Planning Laws & Regulations Federal transportation law: –23 USC – Federal-aid Highway Program –23 USC –Tribal Transp. Program (TTP) –49 USC – FTA Grant Programs Federal Regulations: –23 CFR Part Roadways –49 CFR Part Transit –25 CFR Tribes

4 Moving Ahead for Progress in 21 st Century (MAP – 21) Public Law , Section 1119 Codified under 23 U.S.C Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) Replaces Indian Reservation Roads (IRR) Program Consistency between TTP Planning Procedures and Statewide/Metropolitan Planning Processes. Regionally Significant TTP Projects: Developed in Cooperation with State/Metro Planning Organizations; Included in Tribal Transportation Plans, FLH Plans, FLH Access Program Plans, State/Metro Plans and Programs MAP 21 4

5 State Practice States Must Communicate, Coordinate, and Cooperate with Tribes in Developing State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). States Must Consult with Tribes When Tribal Lands May be Impacted by State Action. 23 U.S.C 1335(3)g 23 U.S.C 135 (f)(4)(B) 23 CFR ; (a)(5); (a); (h) and (a) FHWA, State DOT, and MPO Practices 5

6 Regional and Metropolitan Organization Practice Federally Recognized Tribal Governments Must be Consulted by MPOs During Development of Regional Long Range Transportation Plan or Transportation Improvement Program (LRTP or TIP) 23 U.S.C 134(j)(3)(B); 23 U.S.C. 134(i)(2)(B)(ii) 23 U.S.C. 134(k)(5); 23 U.S.C. 101(a)(23) 23 CFR ; ; (i); (a) FHWA, State DOT, and MPO Practices 6

7 Metropolitan Vs Statewide Planning Unified Planning Work Program Unified Planning Work Program State Trans. Imp. Program State Trans. Imp. Program Metro./Regional Transportation Plan Metro./Regional Transportation Plan Statewide Plng & Research Statewide Plng & Research State Transportation Plan State Transportation Plan MPO/RegionalResponsibilities StateResponsibilities Transportation Improvement Program Transportation Improvement Program

8 Metro, State, Tribe LRTP Metro LRTP State LRP (Tribal LRP) Horizon: 20 years 20 years () 20 years (20yr) Update Frequency: Every 4 Years (nonattainment, maintenance) areas Periodic Update (5yrs) Every 5 yrs. in attainment areas Financial Constrain Yes No (Financial Plan) SIP Conformance Yes No (No) Others Federally Funded Projects State, Metro Tribal Coord.

9 Metro, State, Tribal TIP TIPMetropolitan State (Tribal) Planning Horizon: At least 4 years At least 4 years (3-5 Yrs.) Update Frequency: Minimum once every 4 years 4 years (3-5 Years) Financial Constrain Yes Yes (Yes) Conforms with SIP? Yes No (No) Other requirements: Consistency with Metropolitan LRTP Consistent w/State LRTP, Tribal LRTP Metro TIP + Tribal TIP State + Metro. TIPs + Tribal TIPs+ FLH TIPs

10 Tribal Transportation Planning Process Tribal Transportation Process 10

11 Tribal Transportation Planning Modules Introduction to Transportation Planning Long Range Transportation Plan Tribal Transportation Improvement Program (TTIP) Funding Sources Public Involvement Data Collection and Use Safety Project Prioritization Tribal Transportation Modules 11

12 Tribal LRTP Process SIMILAR TO METRO/STATE LRTP HORIZON YEAR/UPDATE FREQUENCY MULTI-MODAL COMPONENTS POPULATION, EMPLOYMENT, LAND USE TRAVEL ESTIMATION COORDINATION/PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 8 PLANNING FACTORS TRIBAL TIP 12

13 8 Planning Factors Each State shall carry out a statewide transportation planning process that provides for consideration and implementation of projects, strategies, and services that will— (A) support the economic vitality of the United States, the States, nonmetropolitan areas, and metropolitan areas, especially by enabling global competitiveness, productivity, and efficiency; (B) increase the safety of the transportation system for motorized and non-motorized users; PLANNING FACTORS 13

14 8 Planning Factors (C) increase the security of the transportation system for motorized and non-motorized users; (D) increase the accessibility and mobility of people and freight; (E) protect and enhance the environment, promote energy conservation, improve the quality of life, and promote consistency between transportation improvements and State and local planned growth and economic development patterns; PLANNING FACTORS 14

15 8 Planning Factors (F) enhance the integration and connectivity of the transportation system, across and between modes throughout the State, for people and freight; (G) promote efficient system management and operation; and (H) emphasize the preservation of the existing transportation system. TRIBAL TIP 15

16 Tribal Priority List List of Transportation Projects Identified by Tribes for Funding (25 CFR ) Unlike TIP, Not Financially Constrained May not Identify Projects in Order of Priority Submitted to BIA by Official Tribal Action, unless Tribe Submitted a Tribal TIP. Tribal Priorities 16

17 Tribal Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Similar to: –Metropolitan TIP –Statewide TIP –Indian Reservation Roads(IRR) TIP Tribal TIP 17

18 Tribal Transportation Improvement Program (TTIP) 23 U.S.C. 202(c)(2) & 25 CFR Implementation Schedule for each Project Other Federal, State, County & Municipal Transportation Projects Initiated/Developed in Cooperation with Tribal Gov’t. Updated/Amended as Necessary by Tribe Tribal Resolution Required for Inclusion in IRRTIP. Tribal TIP 18

19 Tribal Transportation Improvement Program (TTIP) Multi-year Program Financially Constrained List of projects Developed by Tribes Consistent with Tribal LRTP Derived from LRTP or Tribal Priority List Must be in Approved BIA IRR Inventory Tribal Transportation Improvement Program 19

20 TTIP Development Stakeholder Identification Public Involvement (ongoing). Funding Assessment; Project Definition (purpose and need). Project Cost Estimation. Preliminary Environmental Assessment. Project Prioritization. Project Selection. TTIP Development 20

21 TTIP Development Identifies tribal transportation priorities in LRTP Projected Program Amount Letter (from IRR). Use of LRTP to prioritize/select projects Projects that achieve community vision, goals Stakeholder input establish/reaffirms priorities No prescribed format; can be customized; FHWA/BIA Approved TTIP Form Seven Categories of Activities TTIP Development 21

22 TTIP Stakeholders Tribal Membership Tribal Departments (health, education, Housing, Emergency Responders). Tribal Council, Neighboring Tribes Transit Providers. Special Interests (education, environmental). Stakeholder Input 22

23 TTIP Stakeholders Federal Agencies (Indian health services and Environmental or Resource Agencies); State, Local, MPOs; General Public; Freight and Transport Operators; Regionally Significant Project Interests (25 CFR ). Stakeholder Input 23

24 TTIP Funding Sources Federal Lands Highways (FLH) IRR Program. FHWA Title 23 Federal Aid and FTA Title 49 funds Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Funds Bridge and Interstate Maintenance Program Funds Tribal Transit Funds Pursued Through U.S. DOT, Agriculture, Housing &Urban Development, and Department of Labor. FTA Funded Projects, Selected by State in Cooperation with Affected Tribal Officials & Transit Operators. TTIP Funding 24

25 TTIP Funding Sources BIA Funds Tribal High Priority Projects Program (MAP-21) –Similar to Former IRR High Priority Projects –For Emergencies or Disasters –To Complete Highest Tribal Priority Project –Maximum $1.0 M per Application –100% Federal Share –Other Conditions Apply TTIP Funding Sources 25

26 TTIP Submittal Submit to FHWA/BIA Specialist for Review TTIP Development Certification Statement FHWA/BIA Approved TTIP Forms Tribal Resolution or Tribally Authorized Government Action TTIP Submittal 26

27 TTIP Approval Approval by Sept 30 th Current Fiscal Year Becomes Part of IRRTIP Signed Copy/Approval Letter to Tribe Partial TTIP Approval if any Ineligible Projects Copy Transmitted to FHWA-OK Division Office Copy Transmitted to BIA Regional Office FHWA Division Office Transmits to ODOT (STIP) TTIP Approval 27

28 Contact Information ISAAC N. AKEM COMMUNITY PLANNER FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION OKLAHOMA DIVISION 5801 N BROADWAY EXT STE 300 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (405) TRIBAL TIP 28

29 TTIP Development QUESTIONS ?????? END TTIP DEVELOPMENT 29


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