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03-10-1993 LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MESILLA DOWA ANA COUNTY LAS CRUCES AGENDA ' Ize following is the Agenda for the Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization' s Policy Committee Meeting to be held on Wednesday, March 10, 1993, at 7 : 00 p.m. , in the Las Cruces City Council Chambers, 200 l Orth Church St. , Las Cruces, New Mexico. Tae City of Las Cruces will make every effort to provide reasonable accommodation (s) for people with disabilities who, wish to attend a f:ublic meeting. Please notify the City at least 24 hours before the maeting by calling 525-0122 . I. CALL TO ORDER II . REVIEW OF MINUTES III. NEW BUSINESS A. Certification of the FY 1993-94 Unified Work Program (UWP) . - Resolution 93-002 B. Certification of the FY 1993-94 Annual Element (AE) . - Resolution 93-003 C. Certification of the FY 1994-95 through FY 1998-99 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) . - Resolution 93-004 D. Functional Classification of Area Roadways and Urbanized Area Boundary Maps IV. OTHER ADJOURNMENT NOTE: In order to reduce the costs involved with monthly mailings please notify MPO staff if you would like to continue to receive this agenda/packet by contacting David Carpenter at 526-0620 . PO DRAWER CLC LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO 88004 526-0620 ,I LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION 1 MEETING 2 ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1993 8 The following is the Agenda for the Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization's Policy Committee Meeting to be held on Wednesday, March 10, 4 1993, at 7 ;00 p.m. , in the Las Cruces City Council Chambers, 200 North Church Street, Las Cruces, New Mexico. 5 MEMBERS PRESENT: Ray Luchini , Chairman (Dona Ana County) 6 Edward Southworth (Town of Mesilla) Nelson Clayshulte (Town of Mesilla) 7 Herculano Ferralez (City of Las Cruces) John Haltom (City of Las Cruces) 8 Ken Miyagishima (Dona Ana County) 9 MEMBERS ABSENT: Michael Cadena (Town of Mesilla) Tommy Tomlin (City of Las Cruces) 10 STAFF PRESENT: Brian Denmark, MPO Officer 11 Michael Parks, City Planning David Carpenter, City Planning 12 !,ALL TO ORDER 13 ',"Ir. Luchini called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. There was a quorum. 14 EVIEW OF MINUTES 15 111r. Luchini said, did everyone have a chance to look at the Minutes? Are 16 1there any changes. 17 'Mr. Haltom said, I had a question on page 26, I think. It spoke about Ms. ! 7omebody. I don't seem to find it. 18 i 11r. Southworth said, Ms. Ford kept showing up in here. 19 111r. Haltom said, that should have been Quentin, wasn't it? Since I can't 20 find it, I move for approval of the Minutes. Mr. S_uthworth seconded. 21 Mr. Ferralez said, we owe another gold star to 0e secretary. These were 4onderfu 1 minutes. 22 1r. Luchini said, yes. 23 'Ir. Miyagishima said, I think it' s on page 23. 24 1r. Haltom said, yes, that' s right, it' s on page 23. Was there a Ms. here 25 `:hat night? 26 '1r. Southworth said, yes, there was and here she is, Ms. Mary Ford. 27 Ir. Denmark said, she was the liaison dealing with the Transit-related )rogram. 28 ,1r. Haltom said, okay. On the middle of pave 23, we have a Ms. Ford 29 iissing. 30Ir. Luchini said, okay, we have a motion for approval of the Minutes. All 31 r.hose in favor, say aye. Those opposed? The motion passed unanimously. 32 -I- LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MARCH 10, 1993 i 1 ' 2 NEW BUSINESS 3 Mr. Luchini said, let's proceed to the Certification of the FY 1993-94 4 Unified Work Program (UWP) , Resolution 93-002. 5 Mr. Denmark said, Mr. Chairman, as the Policy Committee recalls we've met for the last couple of months requesting direction on possible projects for 6 inext year. We've put those into the Unified Work Program, however we would like to make one more suggestion on page 4, under 100 Program Management, 7 for clarity, we would like to suggest that the last sentence be modified under Annual Element/Transportation Improvement Program to read, "a new 8 format closely resembling NMSHT Plan is proposed in addition to prioritizing the first two years of the Transportation Improvement Program". That was a 9suggestion by Policy Committee Member Mr. Southworth. We would like to see ;prioritization of the first few years of the TIP. 10 'Ar. Haltom moved for approval of Resolution 93-002 with amended wording. 11 ';11r. Southworth seconded. Mr. Luchini said, all those in favor, say aye. ,Any opposed. The motion passed unanimously. 12 `' :lMr. Luchini said, we' ll proceed to Certification of the FY 1993-94 Annual 131JElement (AE) , Resolution 93-003. i 14111r. Denmark said, Mr. Chairman, as directed by the Policy Committee last :month MPO staff went back to the City of Las Cruces, Dona Ana County and 15 ; Town of Mesilla to request priority or direction on what projects they felt Awere the most important. On the overhead we have a listing first of the 16 �projects and then the ranking of the rated projects. Beginning with New ;Construction and Reconstruction, the City of Las Cruces chose Mesa Grande 1710verpass as the number one project; second was the US 70 frontage road projects followed by Lohman Avenue and continuing down onto Hadley Avenue. 18 f or Dona Ana County there was no specific prioritization given for the rated projects so we listed the top three County-related projects within the 19 'Annual Element. They were Shalem Colony Trail , Lassiter, Road and Thorpe ! Road. The Town of Mesilla was a little unique in this aspect in that all 20their projects within the Annual Element with the exception of this one here tare funded projects. So, they had a little more flexibility in what they 21 were able to choose as far as their number one project. They chose the Mesa ! Grande Overpass. 22 ` Mr. Denmark said, as you recall , Dr. Ford mentioned that it would be very 23 !'helpful to provide a priority of the top five or top ten projects you feel fare important and that would be included with the Annual Element and 24 presented to them in June at the State Highway Commission meeting. So we're requesting direction from the Policy Committee on how you would like these 25 rated. The Annual Element that' s within your packet does not reflect any changes that were provided by the City or County, and depending on your 26 'direction to staff tonight, we will make those changes prior to submitting to the State. 27 Mr. Ferralez said, Mr. Chairman, definitely, I feel Mesa Grande Overpass is 28 ;number one, but I 'd like to consider the switching of two and three--Lohman, ,second, US 70 Frontage, third. When we say Lohman, we' re talking about the 29 'oortion from Walnut to Telshor? 3011r. Denmark said, you're actually talking about Solano to Telshor, and it would be in accordance with the Lohman Avenue Corridor Extension Plan that 31 ',was adopted by the Policy Committee and submitted to the State. 32 -2- LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MARCH 10, 1993 1 ' 2 Ar. Ferralez said, the reason why I would like for us to consider that is ,)ecause there's no question that daily, it' s getting worse. That 3 intersection there and all the way from Telshor to Solano. I think that we !should recognize that. 4 Ar. Haltom said, Mr. Chairman, I guess I have a problem figuring out where 5 'this rating has come from based upon the Annual Element that I have in front >f me. Where is Lohman? 6 11r. Denmark said, Lohman is the number one rated project under 7 ',teconstruction. 8 Ar. Haltom said, okay, now I understand. I would agree with Councilor ..erralez. 9 14r. Miyagishima said, regarding number two on the US 70 Frontage Roads is 10 that mainly in particular to Onate High School . Is that what that would 'mostly be used for or what exactly are you talking about? 11 IIr. Denmark said, that includes final design and right-of-way acquisition 12 "rom I-25 and Highway 70 all the way out to Nasa Road. So, you're including "he entire stretch. Mesa Grande Overpass has been separated from that 13 iG)roject due to the US ­ 70 Frontage Road plan that was approved. The implementation really started from I-25 Interchange heading east and so, 14 ?-, hat particular segment wouldn' t occur for a couple of years unless it was ii-eevaluated and reprioritized. That's what been done, and that's why it's 15 ;'ween separated. Number two is primarily dealing with final design. i,urrently preliminary design has been completed and we would start with 16 I7inal design and right-of-way acquisition. In the Transportation j. mprovement Program, the projects that would be facilitated by that design. 17 Ir. Southworth said, one thing I 'd like to say Mr. Chairman, we've had a lot 18 a,)f people showing -up here at these meetings that have been very upset about the fact that they can' t do anything with their land that they know is 19 ,,ventually taken out there because until final design has gone through fI,here' s no way that we can actually acquire the right-of-way. I, 20 ; )ersonally, would like to see us, I agree with you on Lohman, but I :ertainly want to see a high priority also on getting final design 21 accomplished and procuring the right-of-way so that we don't deprive people of their land or the use of their land because we're planning on doing 22 :,omething with their land. 23 Yr. Luchini said, I agree that we should set a priority on that frontage oad. 24 1r. Haltom said, I would agree that the frontage road should be very high on 25 .he priorities. Of course in putting the Mesa Grande Overpass as number c)ne, then it will done according to the plan for the whole frontage road. 26 "Ir. Southworth said, one thing that I observed, Mr. Chairman, is that you 27 }iad no way to do this before that I know of, in other words you just got :.hese points, but don't you actually add 20 points to the Mesa Grande 28 Jverpass as a result of that being selected number one by both the City and esilla. 29 Ir. Denmark said, right, there would be bonus points given. If it was 301Approved tonight, we would have to reverse those to reflect the bonus :)oints. 31 32 -3- I LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MARCH 10, 1993 ,1 I Mr. Southworth said, that would go a long ways to agreeing -with our 1 prioritization with Mesa Grande as the first priority. 2 'Ir. Haltom said, if we add 20 points, Mesa Grande still has a rating according to our formal rating procedure of 92 as compared with Lohman 3 lamador of 94. 4 14r. Denmark said, we discussed that today and I think maybe we need to ?xplain that. In theory, you should be able to look across the border and 5 say that the 94 reflects the same type of status as the 60 points shown for .1S 70, but in reality it doesn' t because the reconstruction has an advantage 6 )ecause we know what the average trips per day are, whereas in new :onstruction the road doesn' t exist so we don' t have that. That' s why they 7 •eally lose out in the overall points. I think that' s where Dr. Ford was Helpful in providing a list to help clarify what those priorities are. 8 Ir. Ferralez said, Mr. Chairman, I fully agree with Mr. Southworth as far as 9 the property owners and certainly I think if we put it in third, it should dive it a pretty high priority. Not only because it would alleviate the 10 situation that those property owners find themselves in at this time, but ,also once right-of-way is acquired and the frontage road is built, it will 11 rake some of the local traffic off of US70 and that' s an improvement for a ;iazard that exists right now. However, in defense of Lohman, I go back 12 again to the fact that Lohman is a real bottleneck in case of real emergency because 'between Missouri and Main Street, it's the only one that gets out 13 there to Telshor whether it' s going east or going west. In times of high traffic, it' s a real bottleneck. 14 fir. Haltom said, I 'm still in a little bit of a quandry. If we have a 15 formal rating system which includes our giving 10 points, each unit, to raise the improvement we think is more important, we still come out with a 16 62 as compared with a 94. If we' re going to adhere to our rating system how can we place that improvement ahead of those that have higher scores? Is 17 ",hat legitimate? 18 1r. Denmark said, I believe it is legitimate. Obviously at the Technical Advisory Committee level it wouldn't be appropriate because they're supposed 19 _o look at it strictly from the rating system perspective, where you as the Policy Makers have the ability and flexibility to determine what you feel 20 are priorities and obviously you' re using the technical data to provide decision-making capabilities. 21 1r. Southworth said, Mr. Chairman, I 'd like to make a motion that we rank 22 'iesa Grande Overpass, first; the Lohman Amador (Solano to Telshor) Design, second; and the US 70 Frontage Road, third. Mr. Ferralez seconded. The 23 notion carried unanimously. 24 11r. Denmark said, the second item in relation to the Annual Element are the :enhancement related projects or the unrated or unranked projects. They're 25 Fisted here on the overhead. Eight projects which all three entities reviewed and ranked. The City of Las Cruces, their action at City Council 26 ' evel was to endorse what was listed in the order that they had. The bus null off lanes, number one, and that is a part of the implementation of the 27 Jniversity Avenue Corridor Plan whether three bus pull offs would be ocated on University Avenue. The Town of Mesilla had that same project 28 '' isted as number one. Dona Ana County listing the Transit Department's -equest for a bus with a lift in accordance to ADA requirements. In 29 iddition to that, all of these projects should be reflected on other )rojects. You might have noticed that under New Construction in the Annual 301f'lement, the bus pull off is listed there. That will have to be moved >ver. Other projects, depending on how you rank them will determine where 31 staff will amend that particular section of the Annual Element. 32 -4- 1 , r • LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MARCH 10, 1993 i 1 ' 2 14r. Luchini said, the Commission voted on the bus because we had information that there' s a lot of people in outlying areas that need bus transportation 3 ,vith a lift and that might help them a little bit. 4 11r. Miyagishima said, Mr. Chairman, I think we can probably also move the Billboard removal lower. I think if you recall that was one of the concerns 5 :)f one of the other Commissioners from the County, kind of to show that they' re trying to help the County with billboard removal . I don't want that 6 to play up as though that's a high priority for us. 7 Ar. Southworth said, well , that' s Mesilla' s billboard, and we'd like to get ,id of it. 8 '4r. Luchini said, any other discussion? 9 "Ar. Haltom said, do you want a single rating? 10 4r. Denmark said, we are requesting how you'd like us to place this 11 lander. . .the last page, I think. 12 1'1r. Southworth said, Mr. Chairman, I 'd like to make a suggestion. I had a 3imiliar problem where I had 5 different Trustees and each one voted 13 'differently on these same items. What worked the most easily for us was gust to add up, let' s say Las Cruces votes number one for the bus pull off, 14 and Dona Ana County voted it number six, and Mesilla voted it number one, Lhen that' s a total of eight points. If you just do that, then you get a 15 -anking that way. 16 ','fir. Miyagishima said, Mr. Chairman, then the lowest ranking wins? 17 1r. Southworth said, you just go in the order of the ranking for all of the )rojects. 18 1r. Parks said, Mr. Chairman, staff did do that originally, but we did come 19 ,.ip with several ties. Since you'd have to make a decision on those ties, we :decided to just present the data as we did and let you decide. 20 1r. Haltom said, I would like to move that the first two projects be the 21 i-'ull off lanes and the bus lift. I think there's the most agreement on ! hose two. And then for the rest of them, I 'm not sure. If you see the way 22 l:hey' re lined up there, one, two, is essentially the way it is. Mr. Ferralez seconded. Mr. Haltom clarified that the pull off lanes would be 23 "lumber one, and the bus lift, would be number two. There was no further ;discussion, and the motion passed unanimously. 24 '1r. Miyagishima said, I move that we keep the bus stop shelters in third 25 )lace since it seems to fall in with the other two, and for the most part is afore or less in third place. Mr. Southworth seconded. There was no further 26 discussion, and the motion passed unanimously. 27 1r. Haltom said, now, how about the bike paths. 28 1r. Clayshulte said, with the improvements to the highway, now would be the .ime to do it. 29 ,1r. Haltom said, when will construction on Highway 28 begin? 30 ,1r. Clayshulte said, the first of June. 31 32 _5_ i LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MARCH 10, 1993 Mr. Haltom said, I think that' s probably the best time to do the bike path 2 ' in there. What's the difference between phase one and number B. 3 Mr. Southworth said, that works out pretty nicely because our Mesilla Bike Path Pedestrian Path comes out with 12 points and that scores next in line. 4 I 'd like to make a motion that number four be the Bike/Pedestrian Path on highway 28. Mr. Haltom seconded. There was no further discussion, and the 5 ,notion passed unanimously. 6 Ar. Haltom said, where does phase I start and end for the bike path? 71 'Ir. Parks said, it starts at University Avenue and continues toward Nevada 'eve, along Interstate 25. It also includes the planning for other bike 8 )aths throughout the MPO area. 9 ;Mr. Haltom said, Mr. Chairman, I think that even though one might argue ;logically that would be used more because of students and so forth, the 10 '-eason for putting the other one first is because it coincides with highway iconstruction. Because of that, I move that Phase I be next on the list. 11 1r. Southworth seconded. Mr. Southworth said, it also happens to agree with --he scoring. There was no further discussion, and the motion passed 12 unanimously. 13 '9r. Southworth said, the next score that comes up is 16 for the NMSU Parking >huttle. I move that we place that as number six. Mr. Haltom seconded. 14 11here was no further discussion, and the motion passed unanimously. 15 Ir. Southworth said, the billboard removal scored 18, and the median )eautification is 23, so I move that the billboard removal is number seven, 16 `ind median beautification is number eight. Mr. Haltom seconded. There was io further discussion, and the motion passed unanimously. 17 Ir. Luchini said, the next item is Certification of the FY 1994-95 through 18 'Y 1998-99 Transporation Improvement Program (TIP) , Resolution 93-004. 19 '`fir. Haltom said, I move for approval . Mr. Ferralez seconded. 20 Ir. Southworth said, Mr. Chairman, I 'd like to just mention one thing. There is one additional project we asked to be put in, and I don't believe 21 :.hat there's been an opportunity to put it into the draft version we have !sere yet. That project would be the last one under the 1995-96 22 1'econstruction to put an overlay on Paisano which is a street entirely Oithin Mesilla. I would like to amend the motion merely to include that 23 additional project. Mr. Haltom seconded. The motion to amend passed inanimously. The motion for approval as amended passed unanimously. 24 -1r. Luchini said, the next item is the Functional Classification of Area 25 ';,oadways and Urbanized Area Boundary Maps. 26 'Ir. Denmark said, Mr. Chairman, this particular project, and I apologize but r,,e had some computer problems this week and we were limited on the amount of 27 raps that we were able generate. The program simply crashed due to some „roblems with our printers, I believe. It was nothing major or anything 28 {:hat we have to be concerned with but it did cause some complications in the act that we were not able to present specific maps for you. This 29 11,articular project begins with consideration of the Census Bureau' s 11Irbanized Census boundary lines and how it relates to Las Cruces and the 30 -effect that it has with the MPO. Due to the fact that our municipality or his urban area is under 200,000 we are not greatly impacted due to any 31 unding amounts within the urbanized census boundary line or outside. What 32 l 6- i LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MARCH 10, 1993 ,I I 1 is impacted is some transit data. Due to the new Transportation Act, ISTEA, 2 ve were required to look at the specific alignment and see if there's any flignments that we should make to either smooth or massage some of the areas 3 ,:o insure that it's reflecting accurately the urbanized areas in Las truces. Now the way the Census Bureau defined that is basically your City 4 .imits line in addition to areas with greater than 1,000 people in copulation over a square mile, in general terms. The existing line is a 5 ,olid black line, and as you see it absorbs some of the North Valley area as ,cart of the urbanized area, and it also picks up some parts of the South 6 talley, and the Town of Mesilla. Staff has studied this and determined that :here are some areas that we would recommend for change. One of these being 7 :he area down here; the proposed line that we' re suggesting would pick up .he Las Alturas areas. Another area that we' re proposing is Section 15 8 ihich is just north of Jornada which is developing quite rapidly, and also 1::he Moongate area where we feel that it would be classified as an urban area 9 rased on the Census Bureau' s definition. The North Valley were suggesting ust smoothing out the lines to make it easier to understand. As you can 10 .,ee, it is very jagged and drops down all the way down to this road and then -omes all the way up like a peninsula that' s not even identified. We do 11 :now that there's been a lot of development in this area and it should have >een included. We' re recommending that the line come across here and go up, 12 close to Thorpe Road or that general vicinity, and then follow the river ,,alley down to the City Limits line and then cross over, pick up the Rasaaf 13 Hills area and then drop down and utilize the exisiting laterals to make it simpler to understand. As previously mentioned, from a highway funding 14 `'oint-of-view for municipalities under 200,000, there' s no funding :difference between areas inside this and areas outside it. We found out 15 ;'ecently that there's only an issue of transit-related funding that would be impacted by it. Assuming the theory that the transit system should operate 16 oithin an urbanized area but not outside in a rural area. 17 "r. Haltom said, regarding the use of the river, aren't some of the areas ,.)est of the river pretty heavily populated, too. 18 'sir. Denmark said, there are some areas that are, for example Picacho Hills, 19 .:ut in reviewing that due to the fact that there was no funding difference etween that area and the area on this side, we feel that there wouldn't be 20 =ny benefit to do that as long as it was included in the MPO boundary area, ,,hen we' re actually covering ourselves from that point-of-view. Also, it' s 21 ',een discussed as transit and the impact the ADA has, we feel that in the rear future that there will be transit-related services in that area. 22 Cbviously, if you feel that there are, we would want to extend the urbanized -irea to include those areas. In reviewing and analyzing the existing area, 23 t is very spotty with only certain clusters representing urbanized areas ,,ersus east of the river where it' s pretty much spread out. 24 1'r. Haltom said, do you need approval on this. 25 ['r. Denmark said, we do need minute action. Mr. John Baxter is here and 26 they'd like the maps as soon as possible so we' re requesting that the Policy Committee provide direction to staff as to whether we should submit these 27 rrtaps up to the State level for their review and continue on to the Federal Highway Department. 28 IIr. Haltom said, so moved. Mr. Southworth seconded. There was no further 29 discussion, and the motion passed unanimously. 30 111r. Denmark said, the second issue deals with the functional classification. This is a change due to ISTEA. We're having to reformat 31 ` he way we have done this in the past. I ' ll let Mr. Parks explain this. 32 -7- LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MARCH 10, 1993 I f 1 Mr. Parks said, I 'd like to pass out this listing. Previously we have had a 2 functional classification on these. This was approved some time ago, but what it is, is a compilation of all the roads in the MPO that have a 3 functional class associated to them. They' re divided up. I believe the County arterials are listed first, then the City arterials and then the Town 4 of Mesilla. With ISTEA, we are now required to put this information into map form, and what we have here is a map showing just that. This map is 5 also due as part of the MPO boundary map which is due to the Federal Highway Department at the end of this month. We' re asking tonight that the Policy 6 Committee approve by minute action transmittal of this to the State and to the Federal Highway Department. What this map is showing is existing 7 classifications. It in no way reflects what the Major Thoroughfare Plan proposes for the 20 years. Basically, they need to know what is existing S and this map reflects that. 9 ! Mr. Haltom said, that goes down to collector streets. l0 Mr. Parks said, yes, down to collector streets. That is because anything less than a collector is not eligible for federal funding. I know the City 11 '' breaks down to Major and Minor Collectors, but as far as the MPO standard goes we just go to Collector. The different colors indicate specific routes 12 Ito indicate what they are, and we will be working on those as per federal guidelines. They determine what colors we have to use, and the scales, and 13 so forth. This isn't the final map. This is a draft but as Mr. Denmark mentioned we had some computer problems but we're working to fix those. As 14 soon as we have the final copy ready, we will transmit it to the State in their format. Basically what we need to adhere to and what is proposed here 15 Within this document are percentages based on national averages. For instance, the national average says that there, s one and a half per cent of 16 all the roads in an urbanized area are interstates. Well , due to the unique nature of Las Cruces, we have more of those so we' re going to have an 17 inflated percentage and it comes out to about six and a half per cent. The same with major arterials. We have the airport out here and also the US 70 18g Corridor. Those account for a good portion of the major arterials, and so that would raise our Jigures somewhat. Overall , we are within the ranges 19 setforth by the national averages for percentages of classification. With that, I 'd be happy to answer any questions you may have. 20 Mr. Denmark said, I 'd like to add that the Technical Advisory Committee 21 requested that a note be placed on this document which states that this in no way reflects the Major Thoroughfare Plan to insure that what might be shown here as a collector does not mean that it won't be an arterial tomorrow. We've added that note down here. Depending upon the action of 2t the Policy Committee tonight, we will be submitting up as soon as possible a draft copy of this to insure that the State and Federal Highway 24 Administration has an opportunity to review it and insure that they can facilitate their approval process. That will soon be followed by the actual 2., map reflecting all of the documentation. 2f; Mr. Haltom said, is this GIS generated? 2r! Mr. Denmark said, yes. 2y; Mr. Miyagishima said, I think you answered my question regarding if it' s a collector today, it might be an arterial tomorrow, and I just wanted to point out that probably applies for Roadrunner Lane where it' s mentioned as a collector as opposed to Del Rey Boulevard which is a minor arterial . So, 3p � that' s a possibility where it can be the same. Is that Roadrunner Lane or Roadrunnder Parkway. 3L 3 , 1 LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION MARCH 10, 1993 G 1 2 11r. Parks said, that' s a situation where we have two roadways with the same game. Roadrunner Lane is in the County and it goes from US 70 north, and 3 toadrunner Parkway is in the City and it is an arterial . What this does show is that Roadrunner Lane is acting as a collector. It turns into 4 >outhwind Road and Northwind Road. 5 'Ir. Miyagishima said, my apologies, for just a moment I was thinking it was Roadrunner Parkway. 6 14r. Haltom said, it' s volume that determines the classification. ? 4r. Parks said, partly, volume, but function as well , and also design. 8 "there' s several factors. q r. Haltom said, I move that staff be directed to proceed. Mr. Southworth iseconded. There was no further discussion, and the motion passed 101, unanimously. 11 'Mr. Luchini said, I just wanted to make a couple of comments about my trip to Washington. I introduced a resolution up there to have monies come 12Idirectly to the counties, 100% funding to the counties, instead of going to the State. I don't think we' re getting our fair share from the State; Dona 13 Ana County is not at all because the MPO is only a very small area. This is root the only State who feels this way. Some of the others were Colorado, 14lArizona and Montana. It doesn' t seem as though the money is being divided ;equally. So, I introduced a resolution. Another gentleman introduced a 15 1resolution where two and a half cents from the gasoline tax be returned from the federal government back to the States for transporation funds. We all 16 agreed that it should come back, at least a portion, to the counties and not just the urban areas because here in the western states the money is 17 generated not only in the urban areas but a majority in the county. It seems that the present administration is very much into giving the funding 18 lapproval for the ISTEA program. I met Mr. Pena, the new transportation man, and I was very impressed with him. He' s a pretty sharp guy. So, now we' ll 1911=have to wait to see what happens. Pena' s from Colorado and as I said, he' s ;pretty sharp. I spoke to several congressional people and filled them in on 20 some of our problems out here. I wasn' t able to see the guy from Arizona but I left him some material and he called me back, which looks like a good 21 sign. He works closely with Senator Domenici , so maybe we' ll get some help. 22 There was no further business and the meeting adjourned at 7:47 p.m. 23 MINUTES SUBMITTED BY: 24 25 Minerva Sanchez, Secretary Las Cruces Planning Department 26 27 'IAPPROVED: 28 29 Ray B. Luchini , Chairman 'Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization 30 31 32 -9- I LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION POLICY COMMITTEE ACTION FORM FOR MEETING OF: March 10, 1993 A;#'ENDA ITEM: RLVIEW OF MINUTES ACTION REQUESTED: R,:=view and Consideration of Minutes - Policy Committee Meeting on February 10, 1993 . SUPPORT INFORMATION: 1. 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Osla s.orrd w.0we ar,a^w,Will" IlVaNd M mm ISa•eat Authorized for Local Reproduction Grants Management Advisory Service September 1,988 Federal Grants Management Handboac TABLE OF CONTENTS PROGRAM AREA NUMBER PAGES Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 100 Program Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 200 Transportation Planning Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 300 Transit Planning Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 400 Continuing Transportation Programs . . . . . . . . . . 9-11 500 Continuing Transit Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-14 600 Special Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16 1 INTRODUCTION The Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) , as the designated entity responsible for transportation planning in the urban area, has certain guidelines and requirements which must be met. Specifically, the MPO is charged with conducting the urban transportation planning process in a coordinated, continuing, and comprehensive manner (3-C process) . In order to meet this goal, it is necessary for the MPO to have a plan of action to provide overall guidance for its planning efforts; hence, the Unified Work Program. The purpose of the Unified Work Program is to outline all proposed transportation planning activities to be conducted within the Las Cruces urban area for the period of July 1, 1993 though June 20, 1994 . The Unified Work Program presented on the following pages includes several sections as outlined below: *Background A brief summary of the purpose and organization of the Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization. *Program Management An outline of activities necessary for the administration, management, and operation of the MPO. *Transportation Planning Projects A summary of individual projects which are proposed to be undertaken during the fiscal year covered by this Unified Work Program. *On-going Transportation Programs A list of transportation related programs which do not have a specific end result, but rather are continuing programs . *Special Projects An outline of other projects, some for which the status has not been determined, and also a category for adding projects of an urgent nature which may not be known at this time. 2 *Transit Planning Projects A list of projects proposed to be undertaken by Las Cruces Area Transit during the fiscal year covered by this Unified Work Program. *Continuing Transit Planning Projects A list of transit projects which have no specific ending date, but rather are continuing programs . *Financial A budget providing estimated costs for the MPO' s activities, presented on a program basis and a summary of funding by source. Background The City of Las Cruces, Dona Ana County, and the Town of Mesilla are developing coordinated planning activities for growth management, land use planning, and urban transportation planning and system improvement. Transportation planning issues for the Las Cruces urban area are becoming more complex as the area grows, and traffic and transportation system problems often cross jurisdictional boundaries . Therefore, the need exists for intergovernmental cooperation in the urban transportation planning process . Also, the planning process should be integrated with existing local government processes, and through the establishment of policies to insure proper coordination of these agencies . According to the Joint Powers Agreement (dated 2/19/85) and the City/New Mexico State Highway Department Contract (dated 5/18/82) , there are four levels to the organizational structure for the urban transportation planning process, as follows : Policy Committee: A Policy Committee has been created with representation by elected officials from the three participating local governments . In addition, there are non-voting Policy Committee members from the FHWA, and NMSHTD. To establish policies governing the urban transportation planning process, the primary duties of the Policy Committee are: 1) to serve as a forum for cooperative decision making on transportation related matters; 2) provide general policy guidance and direction to the MPO Staff and Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) ; 3) review and act upon actions as the Metropolitan Planning Organization; 4) receive and act upon recommendations made by the TAC; 5) receive and consider public input; and 6) determine jurisdictional boundaries of the planning area. 3 Technical Advisory Committee: A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has been formed to serve in an advisory capacity to the Policy Committee, with representation from the City of Las Cruces, Dona Ana County, Town of Mesilla, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces Traffic Safety Board, Dona Ana County Utility Council , Elephant Butte Irrigation District, Las Cruces Public Schools, City of Las Cruces Planning and Zoning Commission, and ETZ Commission. The primary functions of the TAC include but are not limited to: 1) carry out the instructions of the Policy Committee; 2) provide routine guidance and at least annually report on the adequacy of the urban transportation planning process; 3) recommend revision to the Annual Element (AE) Transportation Plan and the intergovernmental agreement; 4) review annually the Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) and the Unified Work Program (UWP) and recommend appropriate revisions; and 5) review the Urban Area Boundary and make appropriate recommendations for revisions . Metropolitan Planning Organization: The City of Las Cruces has been designated the administrative branch of the Metropolitan Planning Organization, pursuant to requirements outlined within Section 112 of the Federal Highway Act of 1973 , and is therefore responsible, together with the state, for carrying out the urbanized area transportation planning process . Primary duties of the MPO include, but are not limited to: 1) place into effect policies of the Policy Committee; 2) develop and publish a Unified Work Program (UWP) which will contain all urban transportation planning activities for each annual work period; 3) develop and update annually an Annual Element and Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) for the urbanized area; and 4) program administration and financial management of Transportation Planning (Section 112) funds , and contract administration for planning and other funds from the USDOT. The MPO Officer shall be an employee of the City' s Planning Department and is vested with the responsibility of serving as principal staff person for the Policy and Technical Committees . The MPO Officer shall also supervise the transportation planning as part of the long range comprehensive planning program for the Las Cruces Urbanized Area. Planning Coordinator: A Planning Coordinator has been assigned from the NMSHTD to work with the MPO and local governments . Primary duties of the Planning Coordinator are to: 1) maintain liaison with both committees; 2) provide technical assistance concerning the development and implementation of the TIP; 3) monitor work progress of the MPO staff; and 4) assist program management with fund reimbursement, information, and direction from the FHWA, and maintain a current record of expenditures . 4 100 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVE: Administrative and management activities necessary to develop documents and plans of action that operate the Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization pursuant to local, state, and federal requirements . PREVIOUS RESULTS: The Unified Work Program (UWP) , Annual Element/Transportation Improvement Program (AE/TIP) , and other documents were prepared and approved by the Policy Committee in March of 1992 . Meetings of the Policy Committee and Technical Advisory Committee were held and the planning process was conducted in compliance with appropriate regulations . PROPOSED PROGRAMS: Policy Manual/Bylaws - - This document contains the operating policy procedures of the MPO and will address such items as administrative procedures, describing the process by which the MPO Policy Committee revises the Major Thoroughfares Plan, the process of early right-of-way acquisition on public lands (BLM) , and the procedure for selecting consultants for professional services and the procedure for implementing approved studies, etc. These and other policy procedures that may come before the MPO Policy Committee may be revised and updated as needed. Unified Work Program - - This document is the annual work program for the MPO and outlines all planning activities, and administrative management activities that will be undertaken by the MPO during the fiscal year. During FY 1993-94, the MPO will prepare and adopt a UWP for the FY 1994-95 time period. Annual Element/Transportation Improvement Program - - The AE/TIP is a listing of all transportation related projects anticipated in the urbanized area over a six-year period. Essentially, it is a unified capital improvements program for the three local governments and the State Highway and Transportation Department (NMSHTD) for the urban area. The AE will cover FY 1994-95 and the TIP will address needs for the FY 1995-96 through FY 1999-2000 time period. A new format closely resembling NMSHTD' s plan is proposed in addition to prioritizing the first two years of the TIP. Annual and Ouarterly Reports - - Reports on the activities of the Las Cruces MPO will be prepared quarterly and at the end of the fiscal year. Quarterly reports will include financial billings for reimbursement by the NMSHTD. 5 transportation issues in the urban area. Special meetings may be held if necessary. Technical Advisory Committee Meetings (TAC) - - Regular meetings of the TAC will be held to make recommendations to the Policy Committee on various transportation issues in the urban area. Special meetings may be held if necessary. Budget and Financial Management - - A budget and appropriate financial reports and records will be prepared and maintained by the MPO Officer. Administration - - A variety of miscellaneous tasks will be undertaken as needed and on a day-to-day basis to ensure continued operation of the MPO. FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: Metropolitan Planning Organization City of Las Cruces FUNDING SOURCES : New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department City of Las Cruces PRODUCTS : -Policy Manual/Bylaws -Unified Work Program - FY 1994-95 -Annual Element - FY 1994-95 -Transportation Improvement Program - FY 1995-96 through 1999-2000 -Quarterly Reports - FY 1993-94 -MPO Budget - FY 1994-95 -Policy Committee Meeting Minutes 6 200 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROJECTS OBJECTIVE: Collect data and undertake studies/plans which contribute to the development/maintenance of the transportation planning function, and address current transportation issues/problems within the urban area. PREVIOUS RESULTS: Cost/Benefit Project Rating System - - The rating system was revised to better prioritize proposed transportation projects . This included a change in the way accidents are considered, providing a range of points to be assigned rather than an "all or nothing" approach on factors that had them, and rewording the entire document to make it more "user friendly" . Another change not specifically a part of the rating system but, part of the overall review process, is that local government may now apply up to 10 bonus points to projects of their choice. This was implemented in an effort to respond more quickly to public and local government' s concerns . It was recognized that the rating system is not an end unto itself but rather a tool to be used by local policy makers and a guide for the general public that explains some of the factors that are considered when making decisions . North Valley Transportation Needs (Engler Road) - - The MPO scheduled three public hearings on the issue of establishing the location of a future east/west arterial as recommended in the US 70 Reliever Route Study. This arterial is not being designed as a by- pass but rather as an east/west roadway providing future access across I-25 in the vicinity of Engler Road. This project was recommended as the top off-site improvement after the construction of the US 70 frontage roads . After several public hearings with area residents, the MPO requested that Extra-Territorial Zoning Commission (ETZ) review land use changes in the North Valley. As of the third quarter and after a public hearing with the ETZ, the MPO awaits their findings . This project will most likely carry over to the next fiscal year. Evaluation of Right of Way Acquisitions of East Mesa Roads - - MPO Staff completed a study with the help of a co-op student from NMSU. The study identifies existing easements and locations for potential corridors. It also entails basic legal descriptions of future corridors with respect to the Major Thoroughfare Plan. ROW' s in acres with cost estimates for new acquisitions are presented. This report will be presented to local governments to supplement the Major Thoroughfare Plan and is intended to be a reference guide for local officials and their staff . 7 PROPOSED PROGRAMS: Roadway Evaluation for an Arterial near Engler Road - - This is a carry-over project that will evaluate alternative alignments for an east-west arterial connecting areas east and west of I-25 in the vicinity of Engler Road. Several public meetings have been held and coordination continues with other governmental agencies . Priority: 1 Estimated Completion: 2nd Quarter Picacho Hills Alternative Access Study - - Due to development of the Picacho Hills Area, the need has arisen to look at alternative routes that would relieve future congestion on Picacho Hills Road as well as provide secondary access in times of an emergency. Priority: 2 Estimated Completion: 2nd Quarter Bike/Pedestrian Path Planning - - With the enactment of ISTEA, more emphasis is being placed on planning and funding the implementation of alternate modes of travel other than single occupant vehicles . Therefore, a study of potential impacts and benefits of a bike/pedestrian path system within the MPO is warranted. Priority: 3 Estimated Completion: 4th Quarter FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: Metropolitan Planning Organization City of Las Cruces Dona Ana County Town of Mesilla New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department FUNDING SOURCES: City of Las Cruces New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department PRODUCTS • -Revised Major Thoroughfare Plan -Bike/Pedestrian Report S 300 TRANSIT PLANNING PROJECTS OBJECTIVE: Collect data and conduct studies which contribute to the development, maintenance and overall delivery of mass transit service to those persons living within the Las Cruces Area Transit System' s service area. The completed studies/plans will address current transit related issues and problems and offer practical solutions for providing the best possible service to the transit patron. Also, includes basic MPO day to day administrative support for Section S & 9 programs; PREVIOUS RESULTS: Triennial Review - - The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) completed their Triennial Review and on January S , 1993 , the City of Las Cruces was advised that it was found to be in full compliance with FTA requirements . Section 15 Report - - Completed in accordance with FTA requirements . FY 1991/92 report was submitted as scheduled. Transit Analyst completed Section 15 training in August 1992 . Title VI Report - - The Title VI Program update submitted to FTA was approved. The approval expires July 31, 1995 . PROPOSED PROGRAMS: Section 15 Report - - The Federal Transit Administration has requested that a Section 15 Report be submitted for FY 1993-94 . To this end, passenger ridership information is being collected according to the procedures established by FTA. The data collected is necessary to secure funding for transit operation. Priority: 1 Estimate Completion: 1st Quarter FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: Metropolitan Planning Organization Las Cruces Transit Department FUNDING SOURCES : City of Las Cruces Federal Transit Administration New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department PRODUCTS : -Section 15 Report 9 400 CONTINUING TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS OBJECTIVES: Maintain and update statistical, demographic, and transportation inventory data sufficient to meet the on-going planning and project needs of the MPO, its member entities, and other public agencies. PREVIOUS RESULTS: Capital Improvements Programs/Major Thoroughfares Plan Atlas - - MPO Staff worked jointly with the City, County, and Town of Mesilla to advance transportation projects from the planning phase to the implementation phase. This required addressing funding sources, land agency coordination, and upper level management cooperation to set priorities from the local governing bodies (City, County, Town of Mesilla) to present to the local legislators with an executive summary of transportation needs in the Las Cruces Urban Area via the 1991 Annual Report . Emphasis for Staff' s time was placed on heavily traveled corridors where projects were either in the process of development or implementation. MPO Staff contributed to projects on or near Lohman at I-25 , US 70 at Mesa Grande & Holman, and on NM292 , NM28, and NM185 . EMME/2 Development - - As time permitted, staff continued to become familiar with the EMME/2 Traffic Modeling Software. Staff has a basic understanding of EMME/2 , and continues to become more knowledgeable of the software. Coverage Count Program - - The New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department has established traffic counting procedures to be followed by the MPO when gathering traffic county/flow date. The procedures have been established in conjunction with a three-year traffic count program which is being implemented by the individual MPO' s (Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Las Cruces) . The count program began October 1, 1988 . Over the past year, MPO Staff has expanded on the various areas of the coverage count program for the Las Cruces Urbanized Area. Staff attended the New Mexico State Traffic Monitoring Standards Review Meeting in August 1992 . Staff provided insight and suggestions for further developing the traffic monitoring standards which are used by the NMSHTD and the MPO' s throughout the state. MPO Staff has completed the second cycle' s first year coverage counts and are currently working to complete the second year' s counts . Since staff has been able to more easily achieve successful coverage counts, the available data to the public has increased. As part of the coverage count program, staff produced the 111992 Traffic Flow Map" which will become an annual event . In order to keep better records of all counts, a database was established to provide easier ways of reproducing the annual 10 Traffic Flow Map and to make the previous more accessible to staff and GIS personnel . Staff has started to perform turning movement counts on a request basis and hopes to expand on this type of data collection within the next year. HPMS Report - - The Federal Highway Administration, under procedures outlined in 23 ASK. 307, engages in research of all phases of roadway construction modernization, development, design, maintenance, safety, financing and traffic conditions . No action was taken this fiscal year as staff has been awaiting direction from NMSHTD. PROPOSED PROGRAMS: Capital Improvement/Maj_or Thoroughfare Plan Atlas - - The MPO Staff will continue to work jointly with the City, County, and Town of Mesilla to implement projects/programs from the planing phase to actual construction. Priority: As Needed Estimated Completion: Continuing EMME 2 Development - - The EMME 2 program requires substantial time and hands-on effort to learn and operate the model . Since the model is one of the critical components of the Interstate Highway Access Study (IHAS) , effort will be made on utilizing the new program for the transportation planning process . Priority: 1 Estimated Completion: Continuing Coverage Count Program Staff will continue with the second cycle' s Year Two (2) coverage counts through September 1993 . In October 1993 , Year Three (3) counts will commence. Staff will continually update all coverage count databases and information about the data collection process with hopes of increasing the availability of traffic collection data to the public and to other governmental agencies . Also, the 111993 Traffic Flow Map" will be completed by January 1994 . Increased numbers of turning movement data will be collected at selected intersections with the purchase of a new intersection counter. Priority: 2 Estimated Completion: Continuing HPMS Report - - The Federal Highway Administration, under procedures outlined in 23 U.S .C. 307, engages in research on all phases of road construction modernization, development, design, maintenance, safety, financing, and traffic conditions . Staff will continue to await direction from NMSHTD as how to proceed. It is speculated that the 1991 Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) has changed this requirement to a degree. 11 Priority: 3 Estimated Completion: Continuing Population and Land Use Data Collection - - Staff has used the 1990 Census of Population and Housing in the study of areas throughout the MPO boundaries that will be affected by future roadway developments . A study of areas within the north valley of both population and land uses was completed. Other areas of future roadway development have been started and will be continually worked on throughout the 1993-94 Fiscal Year as need arises and to maintain current files . Priority: 4 Estimated Completion: Continuing FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: Metropolitan Planning Organization City of Las Cruces Dona Ana County Town of Mesilla FUNDING SOURCES : City of Las Cruces Federal Highway Administration New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department PRODUCTS : -EMME 2 Computer Traffic Simulation Model -HPMS Report to NMSHTD (tentative) -Population Data Collection at various locations -Traffic Counts (coverage count program) -1993 Traffic Flow Map -Functional Classification Map -MPO Boundary Map 12 500 CONTINUING TRANSIT PROGRAMS OBJECTIVE: Maintain and update statistical and inventory data needs as required by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and as needed to provide effective and efficient transit system operation. PREVIOUS RESULTS: Transit Data Collection - - As a prerequisite for continued funding, information is required to be collected for a variety of operating and maintenance characteristics of the Las Cruces Area Transit System. The maintenance characteristics have been collected as a part of the maintenance procedures . Operating characteristics have been collected during the past fiscal year. A map of bus stop locations has also been completed. Privatization - - The FTA requirements for privatization have been certified by the MPO Policy Committee. Through its normal public notification and participation procedures, the MPO and LCAT system have been responsive in addressing the intent of the FTA regulations . There has been limited interest in participation by the private sector. Disadvantaged Business Enterprises - Planning - - The LCAT is required to provide equal opportunity for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises within all phases of its procurement . System Monitoring/Implementation - - Mileage and ridership reports were established and are used in gathering data for performance evaluation as regards to the systems route structure. Data is also used for monthly activity reports, Section 15 reporting and other studies as required. Training and Professional Development - - Transit staff attended training sessions on strategic planning, marketing research, transit public relations and transit financial capacity assessment. PROPOSED PROGRAMS: Transit Data Collection - - The FTA, as a prerequisite for continued funding of Transit operations, requires preparations of Section 15 reporting materials . These reports include information on funding, budgets, passenger ridership by category, time, location, and socio-economic characteristics . Materials for local dissemination and distribution/transmittal to the Federal Transit Administration will be prepared. Priority: 1 Estimated Completion: Continuing 13 System Monitoring/Implementation - - The routes, ridership, and other operations characteristics need to be reviewed/monitored on a continuing basis . This would be undertaken for other ensuring continued compliance with FTA and internal system requirements and implementation of the Transit Development Plan. Additionally, special studies and/or reports would be conducted/prepared on an as-required basis . Priority: 2 Estimated Completion: Continuing Privatization - - The FTA requires that continuing efforts be made to facilitate the participation of private enterprise in federally funded portions of transit system operations. The LCAT system and MPO will undertake specific tasks to establish listings of potential participants, develop guidelines, and implement the privatization program. Priority: 3 Estimated Completion: Continuing Drug-Free Transportation Program - - The final rule was suspended until further notice; however, FTA suggests that requiring recipients of federal mass transit assistance to have an anti-drug program in place for sensitive public service employees is required. This action responds to a United States Court of Appeals decision on providing a drug free environment for public service employees . Priority: 4 Estimated Completion: Continuing Training and Professional Development - - In order to provide continuing training and professional development for staff and board members, relative to planning and management for the Las Cruces Area Transit, several training sessions will be organized and/or staff will be sent to out-of-town training sessions . Priority: 5 Estimated Completion: Continuing DBE - - The LCAT System will continue to include, as a matter of policy, to the fullest extent feasible DBE' s in all phases of its procurement practices, and provide equal opportunity to compete for construction and professional services contracts . Priority: 6 Estimated Completion: Continuing 14 FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: Metropolitan Planning Organization Las Cruces Transit Department FUNDING SOURCES: City of Las Cruces Federal Transit Administration New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department PRODUCTS : -Weekly Ridership Data -End of Fiscal Year Report to FTA on Ridership Data -Status Report on Privatization Program -Status Report on Drug Free Program -Status Report on Training Program -Status Report on DBE Procurement Service Contract 15 600 SPECIAL PROJECTS OBJECTIVES: Undertake special projects which meet unusual and/or urgent transportation planning related needs . PREVIOUS RESULTS: U.S . 70 Reliever Route Study - - A Locational Study Report and an Environmental Assessment for U.S . Highway 70 from I-25 to Nasa Road was delivered to the MPO Policy Committee and adopted on January 15, 1991. A "Finding of No Significant Impact" was submitted to NMSHTD and granted concurrence on January 28, 1991 for the Locational Study Report . A Section 4 (f) Statement and Environment Assessment Report was to be delivered for U.S . Highway 70 from I-25 west to the Rio Grande Bridge. The original consultant requested an extension on the original contract to April 30 , 1992 . During the period from January - April 1992 , the consultant submitted a proposal for renegotiating the original scope of work. This was precipitated by the fact that the consultant had to wait for final design figures for proposed reconstruction of U.S . Highway 70, west of I-25 . The City selected a consultant to prepare the final design of U.S . Highway 70 west of I-25 in February 1992 . However, due to issues raised by the state and not resolved until February 1993 . Another RFP process had to be initiated. By the summer of 1993 a new consultant will have been hired. This new consultant will be responsible for the final design of US 70 from Three Crosses to the Rio Grande River plus, the Environmental Assessment and Section 4 (f) Statement . The outcome of this design project will provide the necessary information to complete the Section 4 (f) and Environmental Assessment. The expected date of completion is now winter of 1994 . During the spring of 1992 , funds were solicited from the New Mexico State Legislature for the design and construction of an overpass for U.S . Highway 70 and Mesa Grande Drive. This overpass is in accordance with the Locational Study and would be the first part of that study to be implemented. The Las Cruces School Board has constructed a new high school on the southeast corner of that intersection. That decision to construct and the traffic it will create was the justification for implementing this portion of the study. During FY 1992-93 , the School Board requested and received a traffic signal at US 70 and Mesa Grande and is planning one for US 70 and Holman/Dunn. 16 PROPOSED PROGRAMS: US 70 Reliever Route (Frontage Road) Study - - This carry over project directs the consultant to complete the Final Design, Sec. 4 (f) , and Environment Assessment Reports for the intersection improvements along US Highway 70 west of I-25 . The consultant can finalize said report after final design of the intersections . Priority: Carry-over Project Estimated Completion: To be determined Implementation of the US Highway 70 Studies - Picacho Avenue (US Highway) /North Main Street Proiect - - A Joint Powers Agreement between the State Highway Department and the City of Las Cruces was established allowing for the production of a Request for Proposal (RFP) , managed by the City to complete final design of Picacho Avenue (US Highway 70) from the Rio Grande Bridge to N. Main Street and N. Main Street from the Picacho Avenue Intersection to Three Crosses Avenue. After going to bid the first time, the State added to the scope of the work. A contamination study of underground storage tanks was required. After this and several other issues were resolved between the city and NMSHTD, the final RFP went to bid in February 1993 with an estimated final design completion date of December 1994 . Rights-of-way, acquisition, final estimates, and certification proceeds will commence after final design. An Environmental Assessment and Section 4 (f) Statement will also be prepared by the consultant . Priority: Carry-over Project Estimated Completion: 4th Quarter Lohman Avenue from Solano to Nacho - - This corridor has experienced higher than projected growth than the Lohman/Amador Corridor Study suggested. For this reason and because of deficient existing levels of service, this corridor has been identified as in critical need of improvement and additional capacity. Priority: 1 Estimated Completion: On-going FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: Metropolitan Planning Organization New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department FUNDING SOURCES : New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department City of Las Cruces Federal Highway Administration PRODUCTS : -US 70 Final Design, Section 4 (f) and Environmental Assessment (Three Crosses to Rio Grande River) d� m O O N a r, o Un r- 0 O o O �o E- 0 O cn E+ O N Ln O o H 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 owl O o o O O O O c z >4o E r-i °° U W Q1 l� N O - N En a l.(lCN l O O O r-I � O O N E-4 a Ln Ln N O N m O ao O - �r UJ � O) 1W N U O1 1W d' a0 O O O O O Ln 01 0 0H r-1 C� a w w H o H aFX4 Ln in o C f o ao 3 W 0 - - m O O O H r-I O O N Q W H H N O N O U') O O W. Ol - L W O O N N H m O O O O O N M U) N O a0 d' H O � O O - H M a0 O r I - M a0 H ri N O d' d' O O H 0 z H x U w g ao H v z o -- w O _ N 0 E FC o z � wH Q w wo a cn -- H a a w U9 E w UUW] A X 0 I LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION POLICY COMMITTEE ACTION FORM FOR MEETING OF: March 10 , 1993 AGENDA ITEM: Ci: rtification of the FY 1993-94 Annual Element (AE) . ACITION REQUESTED: Ai,)proval and Acceptance. SUPPORT INFORMATION: 1., Resolution 93-003 . 2 , Proposed FY 1993-94 Annual Element. DKSCUSSION/OPTIONS: Ti-le projects listed in the AE/TIP have been presented to the TAC and are n:)w being presented to local governments for their second review. The rn:Ij ority of the projects listed on the Annual Element have been rated by Sl:�aff. They are separated into two (2) categories, "UNFUNDED" and 111UNDED" . Those projects listed in the "UNFUNDED" section, are the requests for state funding. Whereas, the projects in the "FUNDED" s:E�ction have to a degree, been funded and are listed due to federal requirements. A11 projects are listed according to their priority ranking (w/ respect to funding) . For those that were not able to be rated and listed as °l\TR" (STP-ENHANCEMENT projects) , local governments are being asked rank the projects according to their preferences and give indications as to t::ieir top priorities. The outcome of local government' s priorities will be presented by Staff at the March 10, 1993 meeting. The overall final ranking of all projects will be determined by the Policy Committee at t..-, e March 10, 1993 meeting. ahe Annual Element as presented, reflects public, staff and local government' s first review during this year' s process . Upon adoption, this document will be forwarded to NMSHTD. The State Highway Commission will meet in June to determine the outcome of Las Cruces MPO' s requests. F cover letter signed by the MPO chairman will accompany the AE/TIP to I'YMSHTD. From there, it will be forwarded to the Commission' s June r =eting. ( PTIONS: 1) Approve Resolution 93-003 , approving and accepting the FY 1993-94 AE. 2) Modify the AE and approve Resolution 93-003 . LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION POLICY COMMITTEE ACTION FORM FOR MEETING OF: March 10 , 1993 AGENDA ITEM: Certification of the FY 1993-94 Unified Work Program (UWP) . ACTION REQUESTED: Approval and Acceptance 1993-94 UWP. SUPPORT INFORMATION: 1 . Resolution 93-002 �, . Proposed FY 1993-94 UWP. DISCUSSION/OPTIONS: 11'ais is an annual certification process that will adopt the Unified Work Program for next year. The TAC, Town of Mesilla, City of Las Cruces, and Dona Ana County have reviewed, provided comments, and forwarded the document to the Policy Committee for final action. Any time during the year, the UWP can be modified by Policy Committee action to incorporate any additional changes that might become necessary. OPTIONS: Approve Resolution 93-002, approving and accepting the FY 1993-94 UWP. Modify the UWP and approve Resolution 93-002 . t r� LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION RESOLUTION NO. 93-002 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE FY 1993-1994 UNIFIED WORK PROGRAM FOR THE LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION. The Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization' s Policy Committee is informed that: Whereas, preparation of a Unified Work Program is an annual requirement of the FHWA and FTA; and Whereas, the Las Cruces MPO is responsible for the planning and financial reporting of all federal and/or state funded transportation related projects within the Urbanized Area for the specified fiscal years; and Whereas, the FY 1993-94 Unified Work Program has been prepared as a cooperative planning effort, working through local governments, members of the Technical Advisory and Policy Committees of the MPO, the public, and staff. THE MPO POLICY COMMITTEE FINDS THAT it appears to be in the best interest of the MPO that this document be APPROVED and ACCEPTED by the Policy Committee. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Policy Committee of the Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization; (I) THAT the Las Cruces MPO' s FY 1993-94 Unified Work Program is hereby approved and accepted. (II) THAT staff is directed to take appropriate and legal actions to implement this Resolution. DONE and APPROVED this 10th day of March , 1993 . A.'=ST: Chairman Luchini N,)ved By: VOTE: Chairman Luchini: Seconded By: Councillor Haltom: Councillor Ferralez: A?PROVED AS TO FORM: Councillor Tomlin: Commissioner Miyagishima: Trustee Southworth: Mayor Clayshulte• Trustee Cadena• A.torney LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION RESOLUTION NO. 93-003 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE FY 1993-1994 ANNUAL ELEMENT FOR THE LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION. The Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization' s Policy Committee is informed that: Whereas, preparation of an Annual Element (AE) is an annual requirement of the FHWA and FTA; and Whereas, the Las Cruces MPO is responsible for the planning and financial reporting of all federal and/or state funded transportation related projects within the Urbanized Area for the specified fiscal years; and Whereas, the FY 1993-94 Annual Element (AE) has been prepared as a cooperative planning effort, working through local governments, members of the Technical Advisory and Policy Committees of the MPO, the public, and staff. THE MPO POLICY COMMITTEE FINDS THAT it appears to be in the best interest of the MPO that this document be APPROVED and ACCEPTED by the Policy Committee. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Policy Committee of the Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization; (I) THAT the Las Cruces MPO' s FY 1993-94 Annual Element is hereby approved and accepted. 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A C� lO ••• oo A ol -• -• J N J N J N J J J rA Y D ' /1 O O O O O O 00 N O O N N U U U U In U U N N U N N In p Y, 2 A j4 33 X2 3� 2 23 �l U U �t 3R eQ Jl 33 eQ �t U to A U U 3 C v � � z nz z n � z zz � hz r � r �: r7- r �: g w r" 4 n7 710 r n3 z Z tr, HJ }b nW nL4, n „ ny nW rw &A -• v, = ny r cn t- (a b 5 x] 5 v v v v v v v v v v o 'P LA ro H .3 H R O z m , n n n n A n n n Z D r m a s v =. n ro C -C r O o. n 5. n 3 5 oa 0 c n �3 = o C O D s d G (n v Zp m o 0 0 5 o v v v " s Z A m y� opo O O O O m '' b ° b C x x ro x x ° x 0 LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION POLICY COMMITTEE ACTION FORM FOR MEETING OF: March 10, 1993 A13'ENDA ITEM: Certification of the FY 1994-95 through FY 1998-99 Transportation Irlprovement Program (TIP) . ACTION REQUESTED: A?proval and Acceptance. S11JPPORT INFORMATION: 1 , Resolution 93-004 . 2 . Proposed FY 1994-95 through FY 1998-99 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) . D;"SCUSSION/OPTIONS: Tiffs is an annual certification process that will adopt the Tr:.-ansportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the specified years. The TAC, Town of Mesilla, City of Las Cruces, and Dona Ana County have r:'viewed, provided comments, and forwarded the document to the Policy ci:)mmittee for final action. T ie document reflects the scheduling of projects for five (5) years after the Annual Element and includes only those projects that are requesting state or federal funding. 0:?TIONS : 1) Approve Resolution 93-004, approving and accepting the FY 1994-95 through FY 1998- 99 TIP. 2) Modify the TIP and approve Resolution 93-004 . LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION RESOLUTION NO. 93-004 A RESOLUTION APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE FY 1994-1995 THROUGH FY 1998-1999 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION. The Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization' s Policy Committee is informed that: Whereas, preparation of a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is an annual requirement of the FHWA and FTA; and Whereas, the Las Cruces MPO is responsible for the planning and financial reporting of all federal and/or state funded transportation related projects within the Urbanized Area for the specified fiscal years; and Whereas, the FY 1994-95 through FY 1998-99 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) has been prepared as a cooperative planning effort, working through local governments, members of the Technical Advisory and Policy Committees of the MPO, the public, and staff . THE MPO POLICY COMMITTEE FINDS THAT it appears to be in the best interest of the MPO that this document be APPROVED and ACCEPTED by the Policy Committee. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Policy Committee of the Las Cruces Metropolitan Planning Organization; (I) THAT the Las Cruces MPO' s FY 1994-95 through FY 1998-99 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is hereby approved and accepted. (II) THAT staff is directed to take appropriate and legal actions to implement this Resolution. DONE and APPROVED this 10th day of March , 1993 . A',"TEST: Chairman Luchini M::>ved By: VOTE: Chairman Luchini: S !conded By: Councillor Haltom: Councillor Ferralez: A:'PROVED AS TO FORM: Councillor Tomlin: Commissioner Miyagishima: Trustee Southworth: Mayor Clayshulte• _ Trustee Cadena• A :torney Ori 7, C D N O �4 - C� (D'd a) 3 1.1 3 m a) , )-I 41 O rd.0 O ro > ro a) a) UJq ro 0 0 0 (1) 4J }a m a) U •'i U a)-rI S4 U•r1 .L," r-I as a) SJ•r+ w •r1 U (d (1) a) > (d J-) ° �I lJ O 1J C: 4J ar (1) >.ha :J > > (1) > iJ 0 4J Id r•1 a) ro w m U-A �4 E (d 0 a) ro (1)•nm (1) ro U C: 4J Jar iJ $4 w ;S rd �4 r= • m s4 ro f4 o ro )-I O �4 ° 3 �4 roNnO 44X0 a) 10 �4 �:: 414) OU O 13 O se Ja G." a) w c: • 43 d) a) ,-I 01;1 AS a+J 04 m a ro ° 0 O U-ri (L) ro w -r- O a) U N q r1 O rmi O a) 0 G 11 N ro U Uro S ro m ro w > g 1J aJ � U p 0 m >, 0 +J a) s4 0 0 �r ,� ro ri,. U rn o ro ro E r� a) -r-I ri 4J �m �4r, �404 04 1-1 a��..) 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O 0 LAS CRUCES METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION POLICY COMMITTEE ACTION FORM FOR MEETING OF: March 10, 1993 A ENDA ITEM: D:.scussion of Functional Classification of Area Roadways and Urbanized Ai:.-ea Boundary Maps Al;".TION REQUESTED: R::view and Discussion. SUPPORT INFORMATION: N:)ne. D:aSCUSSION/OPTIONS: Staff will present at meeting.