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JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008
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JARC & New Freedom Draft Project List FY2008

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DRAFT Program of Projects for JARC NF FY2008 funding.

DRAFT Program of Projects for JARC NF FY2008 funding.

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  • 1. JARC (5316) – New Freedom (5317) Draft Project List FY2008 Allocation October 14, 2009
  • 2. JARC – New Freedom
    • JARC (5316) Job-related transportation for low-income individuals in Greene, Miami, Montgomery and Northern Warren Counties (FY2008 = $ 311,946 available, total application requests = $151,345)
    • New Freedom (5317) New transportation services, beyond the ADA, for people with disabilities in Greene, Miami, Montgomery and Northern Warren Counties (FY2008 = $ 196,510 available, total application requests = $42,540)
  • 3. Population Trends, 2000 - 2030
    • Persons with disabilities:
      • Small increase in Montgomery: + 6 %
      • Bigger gain in Greene County: + 28 %
      • Bigger still increase in Miami: + 61 %
      • Huge gain in Northern Warren County: + 138 %
        • (parallels the gain in general population)
    • Low-income persons:
      • Population loss in Montgomery: - 6.3%
      • Population gains in Greene and Miami: + 8 %
      • Huge gain in Northern Warren County: + 164 %*
        • (parallels the gain in general population)
  • 4. Percent Change in Total Population JARC – New Freedom Project Area
  • 5. % Change in Population with Disabilities in Target Area
  • 6. Program Requirements
    • Must be based on priorities identified in locally-developed Public Transit – Human Services Transportation Coordination Plan
    • Must be competitively selected
    • Require a 20% match for capital projects and a 50% match for operational projects
    • Transit agencies, non-profit organizations, governmental authorities, private providers of public transportation can apply
  • 7. Purpose of Solicitation
    • Ensure compliance with Federal funding regulations for Job Access Reverse Commute and New Freedom Funding
    • Identify viable projects that address needs identified in the Coordinated Plan for Greene, Miami, Montgomery and northern Warren Counties
    • Improve transportation options in the study area for low-income persons and persons with disabilities
  • 8.
    • Schedule for Applying for FY2008
    • JARC and New Freedom Funds
    • 08/12/2009 Sent out solicitation notice
    • 09/02/2009 Held “How to Complete Application” meeting
    • 10/09/2009 FY 2008 project applications due
    • 10/30/2009 Staff ranking of applications completed
    • 11/05/2009 Public Meeting on Recommended Projects
    • 11/19/2009 Projects submitted to TAC for endorsement
    • 12/03/2009 Projects submitted to Board for approval
    • 03/31/2010 Application to FTA completed for FY2008 funds
  • 9. Competitive Selection Process
    • Applications Were Due Friday, October 9, 2009, 4:00 PM
    • Project must meet an identified need from the Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Coordination Plan http://docs.mvrpc.org/hstc/hstc_plan_reg.pdf
    • Scored by MVRPC staff
  • 10. Applications
    • Five (5) applications were received
    • Projects are being evaluated for eligibility and ranked
    • MVRPC staff will meet with all applicants to better understand the projects and provide guidance as necessary
    • Project duration or scope may change as a result of those meetings
  • 11. Draft JARC Project List
    • Late night demand responsive public transit service to access jobs in Greene County. Request: $151,345 over 3 years (Greene CATS)
    • *minor modifications to specific projects may occur prior to submittal to FTA
  • 12. Draft New Freedom Project List
    • High-capacity lift for one Greene CAT to accommodate heavier mobility devices and clients Request: $5253 (Greene CATS)
    • Outings for disabled riders from the Greene County Today Center and Greene County Greenewood Manor (Greene CATS) Request: $5700 over 3 years
    • Medical trips for disabled riders from the Greene County Greenewood Manor (Greene CATS) Request: $24,087 over 3 years
    • Greene CATS and Clark County-Springfield Coordinating Committee Coordinated medical trips for disabled riders from Xenia, Cedarville, and Yellow Springs (Greene CATS) Request: $7500
    • *minor modifications to specific projects may occur prior to submittal to FTA
  • 13. Final Approval
    • Project review is not complete – details of projects may be modified, some projects may be ruled ineligible for funding
    • All project recommendations are contingent on availability of matching funds, which cannot be Federal Department of Transportation funds
    • The Final Program of Projects must be endorsed by the Board of the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission and approved by the Federal Transit Administration
    • Contact: Bob Steinbach MVRPC [email_address] 937.531.6531

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