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RTP 2050 - 2019 Call for Projects

The Mid-America Regional Council is currently soliciting projects for inclusion in Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) 2050. This is not an application for specific funding; however, inclusion in the Plan is a requirement in some cases and a boost in others for future funding opportunities.

Note: If a project is included in the current Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), no need to submit it—it will automatically be included in the fiscally-constrained project list for RTP 2050. If your project is NOT included in the current TIP but was included in TO2040, it must be resubmitted to be considered for inclusion on the RTP 2050 fiscally-constrained list.

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Further information regarding project eligibility, programming process, evaluation criteria and other important considerations can be found in the solicitation guidebook available in the resources section of this page.

Schedule:

Date

Activity

February 26, 2019 Call for projects opens
March 6, 2019 Pre-application workshop at MARC
April 25, 2019 Project submission deadline at 4 p.m. prevailing local time
April – June 2019 MARC staff technical analysis and scoring
June – August 2019 Present packages of projects to committees and other stakeholders
June – August 2019 Public engagement
June 2020 Plan adoption

RTP 2050 is the working title for an update to the region’s current metropolitan transportation plan, Transportation Outlook 2040. Per federal requirements, these plans must be updated every five years, have at least have a 20-year time horizon, and demonstrate financial constraint with resources that can reasonably be expected to be available over the life of the plan. The purpose of this call for projects is to solicit all types of transportation projects from across the Kansas City metro to be prioritized to help address the transportation needs identified for the region. These projects should be “regionally significant” in nature.

Contact Information

Martin Rivarola
mrivarola@marc.org


600 Broadway, Suite 200
Kansas City, MO 64105
816/474-4240
Fax 816/421-7758

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