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Title: 2008 MCIP Partnering Workshop


1
2008MCIPPartnering Workshop
WELCOME
from Dallas County Public Works
2
Agenda
  • 930am Refreshments and Networking, Icebreaker
  • 1000am Welcome and Introductions, Presentations
  • MCIP History Lessons Learned (Don)
  • 2008 Call-for-Projects (Toni)
  • 2008 MCIP Application Form (Cliff)
  • Project Selection Overview (Don)
  • 1200pm Complimentary Lunch
  • MCIP Eligibility and Evaluation Criteria (Jon)
  • Cost Estimate Methodology (Jack)
  • 100pm Workshop Sessions
  • 145pm General Session to Summarize
  • 200pm Adjourn!

3
Strategic Plan MCIP Lessons Learned
  • Dallas County Strategic Plan
  • Public Works Mission Vision
  • Purpose of Partnering Workshop
  • Program History

4
Dallas County Strategic Plan
  • Dallas County government Models Interagency
    Partnerships and Collaboration.
  • Dallas County is a Healthy Community.
  • Dallas County is Safe, Secure, and Prepared.
  • Dallas County proactively addresses Critical
    Regional Issues.
  • Dallas County is the Destination of Choice for
    Residents and Businesses.
  • VISION GIVES DIRECTION TO DALLAS COUNTY S
    FUTURE

5
Public Works Mission
  • To improve the quality of life of our customers
    by effectively planning, developing,
    implementing, and administering approved regional
    public works transportation projects, supporting
    maintenance of county-wide roads and bridges, and
    providing real property management services.

6
Public Works Vision
  • Our Vision-To Be
  • A Leading Planner
  • An Effective Agent
  • A Valued Partner
  • A Valued Part of Dallas County Government

7
MCIP Program History
1st Call - 1999
  • 87 Projects Submitted
  • 57 (66) Approved
  • 27 Reconstruction/ Widening
  • 21 Intersection
  • 5 New Roads
  • 1 Enhancement
  • 3 Others
  • TPC 197.7 M
  • County Share 57.5 M
  • Status of Projects
  • 25 Completed
  • 4 Under Construction
  • 14 In Progress
  • 14 Federalized or Cancelled

8
MCIP Program History
2nd Call - 2001
  • 61 Projects Submitted
  • 22 (36) Approved
  • 18 Reconstruction/ Widening
  • 3 Intersection
  • 1 New Road
  • TPC 148.8 M
  • County Share 45.5M
  • Status of Projects
  • 6 Completed
  • 5 Federalized or Cancelled
  • 11 In Progress

9
MCIP Program History
3rd Call -2003
  • 51 Projects Submitted
  • 29 (57) Approved
  • 23 Reconstruction/Widening
  • 3 Intersection
  • 1 New Road
  • 2 Others
  • TPC 354.0M
  • County Share 91M
  • Status of Projects
  • 5 Completed

10
MCIP Program History
4th Call-2005
  • 66 Projects Submitted
  • 26 (39) Approved
  • 13 Reconstruction/ Widening
  • 3 Intersection
  • 8 Enhancements
  • 2 Others
  • TPC 718M
  • County Share 207M
  • Status of Projects
  • 3 Completed
  • 1 Under Construction

11
Lessons Learned
  • Approximate Two-Year Program Cycle
  • Program Year (PY) Concept
  • Five-phase Project Delivery System
  • Intensive Planning from Beginning of Call for
    Projects
  • Planning Charrette (If Required)
  • Design Partnering
  • Preliminary Design Charrettes Public Workshops
  • S.U.E. Utility Partnering USWAT
  • Enhanced Constructability Review
  • Context Sensitive Solutions, Total Stakeholder
    Involvement
  • Early Involvement in ROW Acquisition

12
Lessons Learned
  • MCIP Master Agreement PSA
  • Partnering
  • Cities and Other Stakeholders for Continuous
    Process Improvements
  • During Construction
  • TXDOT/NCTCOG Coordination
  • Simplified, but Effective Financial Management
  • MCIP Lessons Learned applied to Remaining Bond
    Projects

13
2008 Call-for-Projects
  • Program Cycle and Deadlines (Toni)
  • 2008 MCIP Application (Cliff)
  • Eligibility and Evaluation Criteria (Jon)
  • Cost Estimate Methodology (Jack)

14
Program Cycle Deadlines
  • 2008
  • MCIP Applications Due August 29
  • Preliminary Evaluation Results November
  • Cities Deadline to Respond December
  • 2009
  • Final Evaluation Results January
  • Staff Recommendations February
  • Commissioners Selection April

15
2008 Application
  • Application Submittal
  • Mail with CDs
  • Application Form
  • Instructions Sheet
  • Phone Support
  • On Website

www.dallascounty.org/department/pubworks/mcip-proj
ects.html
16
2008 Application
  • Application Form Utilizes MS Access 97
  • Teamwork needed to fill out applications
  • ROW Agents
  • Design/ Engineers
  • Planners

17
2008 Application
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
Note All versions other than Access 97 must
be converted to your version of Access.
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
Record 1
Record 2
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
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2008 Application
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Project Selection Overview
  • Projects Ranked Within Each City
  • Quality of Project Submissions
  • Commissioners Make Final Decisions

32
L U N C H
  • Enjoy!!
  • Please return at 1230

33
Project Evaluation Process
  • Eligibility Screening (Yes/No)
  • Eligibility of Project for MCIP Program
  • City Compliant with County Policies
  • MCIP Experience
  • Strategic Screening (50 Points)
  • Emphasizing Regional Aspects and Mobility
  • Technical Screening (50 Points)
  • Emphasizing Project Delivery and Air Quality

34
Eligibility Screening
  • City Compliant with Orphan Roads Policy
  • Signed Master Agreement is in place
  • City Partnering Participation
  • City has 50 of Funding Available
  • Federal Functional Classification of Collector or
    Greater
  • Proposed Project Should Enhance Capacity

35
Strategic Screening
  • Interjurisdictional Project
  • Regional Accessibility
  • Promotion of Context Sensitive Solutions
  • Is the Project Located in an Underutilized Area?
  • Is it a Multi-modal/Intermodal Project?

36
Strategic Screening (cont.)
  • Is the Project Warranted in the Near Term?
  • Speed Delay Rating
  • Accident Rate Rating
  • Does the Project Create a Long Term Improvement?
  • Projected Utilization Rating
  • Traffic Volume Rating
  • Traffic Volume Growth Rating

37
Technical Screening
  • Benefit Cost Rating
  • Air Quality Rating
  • Delivery Rating
  • Significant Drainage Improvements
  • Visibility Challenges Requiring Demolitions
  • Environmental Challenges
  • Utility Challenges
  • Potential Excessive Right-of-Way Costs
  • Right-of-Way Percentage Already Dedicated or
    Purchased by the City for the Project

38
Project Cost Estimates
  • 2005 Call-For-Projects
  • Changes Made in Earlier Calls Worked Well
  • Project Costs Were Reasonable
  • 2008 Call-For-Projects
  • No Change in Process and Methodology
  • Field Reconnaissance of All Projects
  • Team Review of Project Cost Estimates
  • Reconcile County and City Estimates

39
Workshop Sessions
  • Session 1- Lessons Learned, 5-Phase Project
    Delivery, Master Agreement Review
    (Don, Alberta, and Janet)
  • Session 2- MCIP Application Process
    (Toni, Cliff, and Jon)
  • Session 3- Cost Estimate Methodology ROW
    (Jack, Tony, and Selas)

40
Adjourn!Thank You
41
General Information
  • Application Form Instructions
    www.dallascounty.org/department/pubwks/mcip-proje
    cts.html
  • Submit Application To
  • Attention Clifford Gholston Dallas County
    Public Works 411 Elm Street, 4th
    Floor Dallas, TX 75202
  • Alternate Contact Jonathan Toffer (same
    address as above)
  • Questions 214.653.7151 (main)
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