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File #: 20-0675    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 5/7/2020 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 6/9/2020 Final action: 6/9/2020
Title: Department of Transportation (Transportation) recommending the Board: 1) Adopt the 2020 Capital Improvement Program Book as presented in Attachment A; and 2) Authorize the addition of one new project, Missouri Flat Road Widening - Plaza Drive to Headington Road (CIP 71376/36105066), to the 2020 CIP Book. FUNDING: Various Federal, State, and Local funding sources.
Attachments: 1. A - 2020 CIP Book, 2. B - CIP Findings of Consistency, 3. C - 2020 Project Change Table
Related files: 20-0582, 19-1750, 20-0313
Title
Department of Transportation (Transportation) recommending the Board:
1) Adopt the 2020 Capital Improvement Program Book as presented in Attachment A; and
2) Authorize the addition of one new project, Missouri Flat Road Widening - Plaza Drive to Headington Road (CIP 71376/36105066), to the 2020 CIP Book.

FUNDING: Various Federal, State, and Local funding sources.
Body
DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
Background:
Transportation develops and constructs capital improvements to county roadways, bridges, and the bikeway and pedestrian system, and carries out ongoing programs to operate and maintain the transportation system. The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is Transportation's recommendation to the Board for implementing improvements to the County's roadway infrastructure system. The CIP is the long-range plan for all individual transportation capital improvement projects, including cost estimates, schedules, and funding sources. It provides strategic direction for capital projects over a current year, 5-, 10-, and 20-year horizon, recognizing the long-term nature of many of these projects, which may involve several years of project planning, environmental review, design, right-of-way acquisition, construction, and environmental monitoring.

The CIP is used by the Department of Transportation (Transportation) as a planning tool and is updated annually as new information becomes available regarding Board priorities, funding sources, project cost estimates, and timing. Many projects have discussed and reviewed by partners at the El Dorado County Transportation Commission (EDCTC), the City of Placerville, Caltrans, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, and others. Many of the projects in the CIP have been previously been approved by the Board through prior CIP updates, and are at varying stages of completion. New projects that are being added through this annual update are also included, as noted in the CIP.

Funding
The 2020 CIP proposes to use $678,780,650 in t...

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