Public comments were accepted through Friday, August 16, 2019 on the below programs. The comments received have been posted in the links below under the corresponding program.
CMAQ and TAP-L
Comments received on the FFY 2020-2024 CMAQ and FFY 2020-2022 TAP-L Recommended Programs (PDF)
FFY 2020-2024 CMAQ and FFY 2020-2022 TAP-L Recommended Programs (PDF)
FFY 2020-2024 CMAQ and FFY 2020-2022 TAP-L Recommended Programs (Excel)
CMAP has developed a $264.4 million five-year program of CMAQ projects that improve air quality and mitigate congestion. The TAP program is a $13.5 million program of bicycle facility projects that helps complete the Regional Greenways and Trails Plan.
STP - Shared Fund
Comments received on the FFY 2020-2024 STP - Shared Fund Recommended Program:
Comments regarding the Homewood Metra Station (A-F) (PDF | 2.6MB)
Comments regarding the Homewood Metra Station (G-K) (PDF | 1.9MB)
Comments regarding the Homewood Metra Station (L-Z) (PDF | 3.7MB)
All other comments (PDF | 18.7MB)
FFY 2020-2024 STP - Shared Fund Recommended Programs (PDF)
FFY 2020-2024 STP - Shared Fund Recommended Programs (Excel)
The recommended program of seventeen projects totaling over $196 million, was developed by applying the technical methodology adopted by the STP Project Selection Committee to evaluate and score projects based on their readiness, regional transportation impact, and support of regional planning factors. Funds were programmed for the highest scoring projects by the phase and fiscal year requested within the fiscal constraints of each program year. If a request could not be fully accommodated, funds were either programmed in a later year or the project was not recommended for funding. The STP Project Selection Committee also requested comments on this programming process, including consideration for developing a revised recommendation that would offer partial funding to projects that were not recommended in the draft program because they could not be fully funded. This approach would increase funding for higher ranked projects as long as their sponsors agree to provide additional local funding, and would reduce funding available for lower ranked projects.