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1 AQ Air Q ualit y Con formity Det er minat ion a n d Document at io n 8 -Hour Ozone & P M Transportation t Program and related amendments t o Connected2045, t h e transportation plan for the St. region. St. Metropolitan Area Draft for Public Comment

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3 2022 Transportation t Program And Related Amendments to Connected 2045: Long Range Transportation Plan for the St. Region Conformity Determination and Documentation for Eight-Hour Ozone and PM2.5 East-West Gateway Council of Governments (EWGCOG) hereby gives public notice that it is the policy of the agency to assure full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, Executive Order on Environmental Justice, and related statutes and regulations in all programs and activities. Title VI requires that no person in the United States of America, on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin, shall be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for which EWGCOG receives federal financial assistance. Any person who believes they have been aggrieved by an unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI has a right to file a formal complaint with EWGCOG. Any such complaint must be in writing and filed with EWGCOG s Title VI Coordinator within one hundred eighty (180) calendar days following the date of the alleged discriminatory occurrence. For more information, or to obtain a Title VI ndiscrimination Complaint Form, please see EWGCOG s web site at or call (314) or (618) The preparation of this publication was financed in part through funds provided by the U.S. Department of Transportation (Federal Highway Administration and Federal Administration). Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5

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5 Executive Summary The expectation of a clean and healthy environment is one of the regional goals specified in the Connected 2045: Long Range Transportation Plan for the St. Region (Connected2045). Effective July 2012, EPA classified the eight-county St. region as a marginal non-attainment area under the new, more protective 2008 eight-hour ozone standard. Jersey, Illinois has been designated by EPA as being in attainment of the 2008 ozone standard. On March 1, 2018, EPA designated the three Illinois counties as having attained this standard. In 2018, EPA designated the following counties as a marginal non-attainment area for the 2015 eight-hour ozone standard: St. Charles and St. Counties, the City of St. and Boles Township in Franklin in Missouri; and Madison and St. Clair Counties in Illinois (effective August 3, 2018). In January 2005, EPA designated the eight-county St. region and Baldwin Township in Randolph, Illinois as being in non-attainment of the 1997 annual fine particulate matter (PM2.5) standard. A major objective of the East-West Gateway Council of Governments transportation planning process is to ensure that the projects and policies set out in the Federal Fiscal Year Transportation t Program (TIP) help to reduce and minimize air quality impacts of transportation projects in accordance with federal, state, and local air quality standards, regulations, and priorities. The specific procedures for reaching this objective are established under Federal law for ensuring conformity between transportation plans and air quality improvement plans. The conformity process is intended to ensure that the programs and activities proposed in long-range transportation plans and associated TIPs conform to the purpose of air quality State Implementation Plans, which set out benchmarks against which progress is measured in meeting national goals for cleaner and healthier air. Under the Federal Regulations, the Council, as the region s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), is the agency responsible for conducting this determination of conformity. The transportation conformity finding relates to those precursor pollutants produced by automobiles and other on-road transportation, generally described as mobile source emissions. The pollutants of most concern in this region are ozone and its precursors of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs); and direct PM2.5 (resulting from vehicle exhaust, brake wear, and tire wear) and NOx as a PM2.5 precursor. Ground-level ozone is not directly produced, but is formed when hydrocarbons, also known as VOCs, and NOx from vehicle and truck exhaust and other industrial processes chemically react, or cook, with oxygen in the lower atmosphere in the presence of strong sunlight and high temperatures. High levels of ozone can cause headaches; fatigue; and eye, nose, and respiratory tract irritation. Prolonged exposure to ozone can aggravate chronic heart disease and chronic respiratory ailments. Particulate matter (PM) is a mix of solid particles and liquid droplets suspended in the air. Fine PM is considered to be less than or equal to 2.5 microns in diameter (about 1/30th the width of a human hair). Fine PM is made up of a variety of components, including acids, organic chemicals, metals, dirt, or dust particles. Fine PM is able to penetrate and lodge in deep areas of the lungs. Health effects include irritation of the eyes, sore throat, coughing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath. PM also can trigger asthma attacks. People most at risk from exposure include those with asthma, heart disease, or lung disease; children; and the elderly. The primary purpose of the conformity process is to demonstrate that predicted future emissions from motor vehicles fall within criteria specified in air quality implementation plans (Federal or State). Future Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5

6 Executive Summary levels of mobile-source emissions are influenced by a number of factors, each of which is accounted for in the forecasting process. 1. All forms of pollution are affected by the number of people living in the region and the strength of the regional economy. Projections developed for Connected 2045: Long Range Transportation Plan for the St. Region (Connected2045) serve as a basis for the analysis of the Plan and TIP. Forecast levels of population growth and economic activity are a major determinant of how much travel is generated, which directly influences the amount of mobile source emissions. 2. Estimates of future travel are made using the Council s travel demand modeling procedures. These procedures document a range of factors that affect personal and commercial travel. These include the composition and income of households, trends in trip making, use of transit, vehicle occupancy, and various algorithms that replicate trip length and route choice. The result of this inventory of procedures is a model of predicted future travel patterns. The primary determinants of pollution from vehicle exhaust are the number of vehicles, how far they travel, and the speed at which they travel. The last is important because the amount of pollution generated by a given amount of travel is very much higher under stop-and-go conditions than if traffic is flowing smoothly, although vehicle emissions tend to rise as vehicle speeds exceed 60 mph. The travel demand model is used to develop predictions of vehicle miles of travel (VMT) and vehicle speed. 3. There is a strong correlation between VMT, travel speeds, and emission levels. These relationships are modified by local characteristics of the vehicle fleet (such as the age of vehicles), the effect of vehicle emissions testing and other programs designed to reduce emissions (such as the use of reformulated gasoline), and assumptions about predicted changes in vehicle technology. These travel characteristics are used as inputs into the EPA s Motor Vehicle Emissions Simulator (MOVES) model. This model is used to predict regional mobile source emission levels. It should be noted that many current trends such as the growth in regional population, employment, and travel would have the effect of increasing emissions if not for the offsets created by improvement in vehicle technology, more extensive vehicle emissions testing regimens and the introduction of reformulated gasoline. Slow to moderate growth in travel has been more than offset by the general introduction of newer pollution-reducing technology. This trend is expected to continue into the future. Based on the conformity analysis, the projects and programs included in the Federal Fiscal Year Transportation t Program have met all applicable budget tests as required by the regional emissions analysis and, therefore, are found to be in conformity with the requirements of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, the relevant sections of the Final Conformity Rule 40 CFR Part 93, and the Missouri State Conformity Regulations 10 CSR Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5

7 Table of Contents Page Overview of the Transportation Conformity Process Conformity Finding Background Conformity Guidelines Conformity Determination Process Eight-Hour Ozone State Implementation Plans Regional Emissions Analysis: Budget Tests Missouri Illinois Conformity Tests: Analysis Years Conformity Tests: Summary Transportation Control Measures Conformity Determination Technical Methodology Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) State Implementation Plans Regional Emissions Analysis: Pollutants Regional Emissions Analysis: Interim Emissions Test Conformity Test: Analysis Years Conformity Test: Summary Transportation Control Measures Conformity Determination Technical Methodology Consultation and Public Participation Consultation Conformity Procedures When Conformity Analysis Begins Public Participation 21 Declaration of Conformity for Eight-Hour Ozone 24 Declaration of Conformity for PM Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5

8 Table of Contents Appendix Appendix Page A. A - 1 B. Population and Employment Forecasts B - 1 C. Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts C - 1 D. MOtor Vehicle Emissions Simulator (MOVES) Mobile Source Emissions Modeling and Forecasts D - 1 E. Eight-Hour Ozone Conformity Determination E - 1 F. PM2.5 Conformity Determination F - 1 G. Baldwin Township, Randolph, Illinois G - 1 H. Jersey, Illinois H - 1 I. MOVES Documentation (Separate Document) List of Tables Table Page 1. Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets Missouri Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets - Illinois Conformity Tests for Volatile Organic Compounds and Oxides of Nitrogen (for Eight-Hour Ozone) - Missouri Conformity Tests for Volatile Organic Compounds and Oxides of Nitrogen (for Eight-Hour Ozone) - Illinois PM2.5 Baseline Emissions Conformity Test for Direct PM2.5 (for PM2.5) Conformity Test for Oxides of Nitrogen (for PM2.5) 19 List of Figures Figure Page 1. St Hour Ozone Standard Classification 6 2. St. PM2.5 n-attainment Area 7 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5

9 Conformity Process 1.0 Conformity Finding The Federal Fiscal Year Transportation t Program () and related amendments to Connected 2045: Long Range Transportation Plan for the St. Region (Connected2045) has been prepared by the East-West Gateway Council of Governments (EWG) which is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the St. region. In accordance with the Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) of 1990 and related federal regulations, both the Transportation Plan and TIP must be found to be in conformity with the requirements of those regulations and with all applicable State Implementation Plans (SIPs) before the Plan may be approved by the MPO. The analysis described in this document has resulted in a Determination that the projects and programs included in the and related amendments to Connected2045 conform to the relevant sections of the Federal Conformity Rule and to the applicable sections of the Missouri and Illinois SIPs for air quality. Jersey and Baldwin Township in Randolph, Illinois are also included in this Conformity Determination. This report makes the determination that the region s transportation plan and program satisfy all applicable criteria and procedures in the conformity regulations. The transportation Documentation (8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 ) for the Federal Fiscal Year Transportation t Program and related amendments to Connected2045 documentation is the subject of a public comment period running from August 31, 2018 through October 5, Upon close of the public comment period the EWG Board will recognize, consider, and respond to all comments received. 2.0 Background This report describes the transportation air quality Conformity Determination conducted as part of the development of the as related to the 1997 and 2008 eight-hour ozone National Ambient Standards (NAAQS or standard) and the annual PM 2.5 standard. The and related air quality Conformity Determination are to be acted on by the East-West Gateway Council of Governments (EWG) on October 31, 2018 and, if approved, subsequently reviewed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for compliance with Transportation Conformity rules and regulations. The EWG finds that the Federal Fiscal Year Transportation t Program (FY 2019-) conform to the State Implementation Plans (SIPs) adopted by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MoDNR) and Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) for the 2008 eight-hour ozone standard and the 1997 annual fine particulate matter (PM 2.5 ) standard based on the results of this conformity analysis. Jersey, Illinois is subject to conformity for the 1997 eight-hour ozone standard. For the 1997 (Jersey only) and the 2008 eight-hour ozone standards, the Conformity Determination addresses those ozone-forming pollutants (volatile organic compounds or VOC Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 1

10 Conformity Process and oxides of nitrogen or NO x ) produced by automobiles and other on-road transportation, generally described as "mobile source emissions". For the 1997 annual PM 2.5 standard, this Conformity Determination addresses emissions of direct PM 2.5 and NO x (a pollutant which is a potential precursor of PM 2.5 ), which are produced by automobiles and other on-road transportation. While this chapter outlines the evaluation process involved in the Conformity Determination, a more detailed description of the complex technical analysis is provided in the Appendices. lists all of the projects considered as part of the Regional Travel Demand Model, which are included in the regional emissions analysis. Appendices B, C and D describe the planning assumptions and methods used to forecast vehicle travel and resulting emissions. Appendices E and F summarizes the calculations supporting the Conformity Determination for the 1997 (Jersey only) and 2008 eight-hour ozone standard and the 1997 annual PM 2.5 standard respectively. Appendix G describes the PM 2.5 Conformity Determination process for Baldwin Township in Randolph, Illinois. Appendix H describes the eight-hour ozone Conformity Determination process for Jersey, Illinois. In a separate document Appendix I contains the input and output files documentation for the MOtor Vehicle Emissions Simulator (MOVES) mobile source emissions model. 3.0 Conformity Guidelines The expectation of "a clean and healthy environment" is one of the regional goals of the Council, as first set out in Transportation Redefined I and reaffirmed in Connected2045. To that end, the Council has set out the following objective for the transportation planning process: "To reduce transportation related air pollution... in accordance with federal, state, and local health standards and priorities." The specific procedures for reaching that objective are those established under Federal law for ensuring conformity between transportation plans and air quality improvement plans. The Conformity Determination process is intended to ensure that the programs and activities proposed in the Transportation Plan, the TIP and TIP amendments, conform to the purpose of the CAAA of 1990 and the SIPs. As stated in the CAAA of 1990, this means "...conformity to the (implementation) plan's purpose of eliminating or reducing the severity and number of violations of the national ambient air quality standards and achieving expeditious attainment of such standards...". The provisions of the CAAA of 1990 in relation to conformity are amplified in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Final Rule, 40 CFR Part 93, as amended July 1, 2004, May 6, 2005 and January 2008, March 2010 and March The July 2004 revisions amended the current Conformity rule to: provide conformity procedures under the new eight-hour ozone and PM 2.5 air quality standards; incorporate existing federal guidance into the Conformity rule consistent with the March 2, 1999 U.S. Court of Appeals decisions; and streamline and improve the rule. With the May 2005 revision, the following transportation-related potential precursors of PM 2.5 have been added to the Conformity regulation: oxides of nitrogen (NO x ), volatile organic compounds (VOC), sulfur oxides (SOx) and ammonia (NH 3 ). The regulation also specified when each of these precursors must be considered in Conformity Determinations in PM 2.5 non-attainment and maintenance areas before and after the submission of State Implementation Plans (SIPs). The January 2008 amendments were made so the rule was Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 2

11 Conformity Process consistent with the Clean Air Act section 176(c) as amended by the 2005 Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) including: changes to the regulations to reflect that the Clean Air Act now provides more time for state and local governments to meet conformity requirements; provides a one-year grace period before the consequences of not meeting certain conformity requirements apply; and allows the option of shortening the conformity determination timeframe. Other conformity provisions were streamlined. This Conformity Determination also meets the new timelines and procedures as set out in SAFETEA-LU. The March 2010 amendment primarily affects the implementation of conformity in the PM 2.5 (24-hour) and PM 10 non-attainment and maintenance areas. In March 2012 the Conformity rule was restructured so that existing rule requirements clearly apply to areas designated for future new or revised NAAQS. Revision also allows PM 2.5 areas with clean air quality data to take advantage of conformity flexibilities that are currently only available to ozone areas. Based on air quality monitoring data, the St. region was found to meet the onehour ozone standard. On May 12, 2003, EPA approved the re-designation to attainment requests and Maintenance Plans prepared by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MoDNR) and the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA). The entire eight-county St. region is now classified as a maintenance area for the one-hour ozone standard. In 2004, EPA designated the St. area as a moderate non-attainment area for the1997 eight-hour ozone standard. The non-attainment area included: Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles and St. Counties and the City of St. in Missouri; and Jersey, Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties in Illinois. EWG, as the MPO, had until June 15, 2005 to perform a Conformity Determination under this eight-hour ozone standard. In March 2005 EWG conducted a Conformity Determination for Legacy 2030, The Transportation Plan for the St. Region, which satisfied the June 15 statutory deadline requirement. On June 12, 2012, EPA approved the following items: the request by Illinois to redesignate the Illinois counties to attainment of the 1997 eight-hour ozone standard; and the Maintenance Plan for the Metro-East St. Ozone nattainment Area for the Hour Ozone National Ambient Standard (IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard) containing 2008 and 2025 motor vehicle emissions budgets. On February 20, 2015, EPA approved Missouri s request to redesignate the Missouri counties as being in attainment of the 1997 eight-hour ozone standard and approved the associated maintenance plan. Effective April 6, 2015, EPA revoked the 1997 eight-hour ozone standard in all areas. Effective July 2012, the St. area was designated by EPA as a marginal non-attainment area for the 2008 eight-hour ozone standard. The non-attainment area includes: Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles and St. Counties and the City of St. in Missouri; and Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties in Illinois. (See Figure 1) EWG, as the MPO, had until July 19, 2013 to perform a Conformity Determination under this eight-hour ozone standard. The January 30, 2013 Conformity Determination for the Amendment to the FY TIP and related amendments to the Regional Transportation Plan 2040 was performed with the Conformity procedure as relates to the 2008 eight-hour ozone standard. This Conformity Determination satisfied all requirements under the new marginal non-attainment area classification. In the March 1, 2018 Federal Register, EPA issued a final rule, effective March 1, 2018, redesignating Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 3

12 Conformity Process Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties in Illinois as being in attainment of the 2008 eight-hour ozone standard, approving the Maintenance Plan for the Metro East St. Ozone nattainment Area for the 2008 Ozone National Ambient Standard (IL 8-Hour Maintenance Plan for 2008 standard) and finding the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets adequate for use in Conformity Determination. In the June 25, 2018 Federal Register EPA proposed to approve the request by MoDNR to redesignate Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles and St. Counties and the City of St. as being in attainment of the 2008 ozone standard. EPA is also proposing in this rule to approve Missouri s Maintenance Plan and the 2030 motor vehicle emission budgets for VOC and NO x. The comment period ended July 25, 2018 On April 30, 2018, EPA designated the St. area as a marginal non-attainment area for the 2015 eight-hour ozone standard (effective August 3, 2018). The non-attainment area includes: in Missouri, St. Charles and St. Counties, the City of St. and Boles Township in Franklin ; and Madison and St. Clair Counties in Illinois. EWG, as the MPO, has until August 3, 2019 to perform a Conformity Determination under this eight-hour ozone standard. The Conformity Determination for the FY and related amendments to Connected 2045 will not address the 2015 eight-hour ozone standard. The regional emissions analysis provisions in 40 CFR (e)(2)(iii) of the Conformity Rule is to be followed. The ozone regional emissions analysis in the Missouri counties will use 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets for VOC and NO x from the Early Progress Plan for the Missouri Portion of the St. nattainment Area for the Hour Ground Level Ozone National Ambient Standard (MO Early Progress Plan). These budgets were developed using MOVES2010 and were found adequate by EPA (letter to MoDNR dated October 28, 2013). In the January 14, 2016 Federal Register, EPA issued a final rule approving the MO Early Progress Plan (effective March 14, 2016). The ozone regional emissions analysis for the Missouri counties will also use 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets for VOC and NO x from the February 2018 Technical Correction to the Redesignation Request and Maintenance Plan for the St. (Missouri) 2008 Ozone Standard (MO Maintenance Plan). These budgets were developed using MOVES2014a and were found adequate by EPA (letter to MoDNR dated May 15, 2018). In the June 8, 2018 Federal Register, EPA issued a final rule approving the motor vehicle emissions budgets from the MO Maintenance Plan for use in Conformity Determination process (effective June 22, 2018). The ozone regional emissions analysis for the Illinois maintenance area for the 2008 ozone standard and Jersey (maintenance 1997 standard and attainment 2008 standard) will utilize the VOC and NO x motor vehicle emissions budgets from the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard. EPA has found these MOVES2010-derived budgets adequate for Conformity Determination purposes and approved this Maintenance Plan in June The 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets for VOC and NO x from the IL 8-Hour Maintenance Plan for 2008 standard will also be used in this Conformity Determination. These budgets were developed using MOVES2014a and were found adequate by EPA (September 26, 2017 letter to Illinois EPA). In the December 11, 2017 Federal Register, a final rule (effective December 26, 2017) was issued by EPA finding the 2030 budgets adequate for conformity purposes. In the March 1, 2018 Federal Register, EPA issued a final rule, effective March 1, 2018, finding the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets adequate for use in Conformity Determination. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 4

13 Conformity Process Jersey, an EPA-designated 1997 ozone standard maintenance area, was designated by EPA in 2012 as being in attainment of the 2008 ozone standard. In the July 2012 Transportation Conformity Guidance for 2008 Ozone nattainment Areas, EPA stated that transportation conformity requirements for counties like Jersey cease to apply on July 20, 2013 and that no further conformity determinations for the 1997 ozone standard are required on or after that date. As the 1997 ozone standard has been revoked (April 6, 2015), no further conformity determinations for this ozone standard are required. On February 16, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia issued a ruling in the South Coast Management District vs. EPA case (consolidation of three cases). As part of this ruling, portions of EPA s 2008 ozone NAAQS State Implementation Plan (SIP) were struck down. These portions addressed the implementation of the 2008 standard and the revocation of the 1997 standard and associated conformity requirements. Areas affected by this decision would be those redesignated by EPA to maintenance (attaining) for the 1997 standard at the time the 1997 standard was revoked and found to be in attainment of the 2008 standard. Also affected would be those areas still in non-attainment of the 1997 standard but in attainment of the 2008 standard. Conformity for the 1997 standard has not been required since EPA revoked it in April The February 2018 court decision continues to be reviewed by EPA, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Administration (FTA). FHWA and FTA released interim guidance on April 23, The interim guidance identified 82 metropolitan areas, including St. (MO-IL), which had been designated as non-attainment for the 1997 eight-hour ozone standard. The interim guidance stated that within these areas, new Metropolitan Long Range Plan and Transportation t Programs (TIP), updates and amendments that include the addition of a project that is not exempt from transportation conformity may not proceed until transportation conformity with the 1997 standard is determined. In addition, in the 82 areas identified in this interim guidance, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) approval for FHWA/FTA project (40 CFR 93,101) may not proceed unless the existing Metropolitan Plan and TIP include the project. For the St. (MO-IL) area, only projects in Jersey are affected by this interim guidance. significant projects in Jersey are to be part of the Conformity Determination process. Jersey is outside the boundaries of EWG. the Inter Agency Consultation process, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) indicated that IDOT has one regionally significant project, Delhi Bypass on U.S. Route 67, in the which needs to be included and agreed to provide project information and county vehicle miles traveled estimates to EWG. VOC and NO x emissions for Jersey were then calculated and added to the emission totals for Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties. Jersey has been found to be in compliance with all applicable Conformity rules and procedures (See Appendix H). Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 5

14 Conformity Process In 2005, EPA designated the eight-county St. region as being in non-attainment of the 1997 annual PM 2.5 standard. (See Figure 2) The non-attainment area includes: Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles and St. Counties and the City of St. in Missouri; and Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties in Illinois. Baldwin Township in Randolph, Illinois is also part of the non-attainment area. EWG, as the MPO, was required to demonstrate Conformity with the current Transportation Plan and TIP for the PM 2.5 standard by April 5, In February 2006 EWG conducted a Conformity Determination on the FY TIP and related amendments to Legacy 2030, The Transportation Plan for the St. Region, which satisfied this statutory deadline requirement. The Conformity Determination for the and related amendments to Conneced2045 has been performed with the Conformity procedure set out for the 1997 annual PM 2.5 standard. In December 2014 (effective April 15, 2015), EPA found that it could not determine, based on available data, whether the eight-county St. region and Baldwin Township in Randolph, Illinois met the 2012 annual PM 2.5 standard or was contributing to a nearby violation. EPA has identified this area as unclassifiable. With no air quality plans in place for this unclassifiable area for the 2012 annual PM 2.5 standard, transportation air quality Conformity Determination is not needed with respect to this standard. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 6

15 Conformity Process The regional emissions analysis provisions in 40 CFR and 119, as relates to areas in nonattainment of the 1997 PM 2.5 standard, of the Conformity Rule have been followed. Baldwin Township in Randolph, Illinois (outside the EWG MPO boundary) is part of the St. annual PM 2.5 non-attainment area. the Inter Agency Consultation process, consensus was reached that the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) would be the lead agency in overseeing the Baldwin Township PM 2.5 Conformity Determination process. Furthermore, IDOT has provided EWG staff with the VMT information for Baldwin Township. PM 2.5 emissions for Baldwin Township were calculated by utilizing the IDOT VMT information. These estimated and projected emissions were added to the emissions totals for Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties. Baldwin Township has been found to be in compliance with all applicable Conformity rules and procedures (see Appendix G). Within PM non-attainment or maintenance areas, as part of the NEPA process, a transportation project sponsor has to determine if proposed major transportation project would be considered to be a project of air quality concern. A project of air quality concern usually involves either large traffic volumes and/or significant diesel traffic (i.e., bridge, bus or rail terminals). If a project were deemed a project of concern, a project-level PM hot-spot Conformity Determination would be Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 7

16 Conformity Process required. However, the development of the hot-spot analysis is the responsibility of the project sponsor and not the MPO. 1 For example, in 2006 a qualitative PM hot-spot analysis was done by IDOT for the New Mississippi River project. Part of the region, consisting of the City of St. and that portion of St. within the I-270 loop, is classified as a limited maintenance area for carbon monoxide (CO). On June 17, 1997 the MoDNR submitted The Missouri State Implementation Plan for Carbon Monoxide - St. Metropolitan Area: Maintenance Provisions and Re-designation Request, October 1996 to EPA. The re-designation request was approved by EPA on March 31, MoDNR submitted their second CO maintenance plan, Revision to the Limited Maintenance Plan for the St. nclassifiable Maintenance Area for the 8-Hour Carbon Monoxide National Ambient Standard to EPA on April 3, The plan adequately demonstrated that the area will maintain the CO standard through 2022 and EPA plan approval was published in the October 2, 2015 Federal Register. As a result, the Limited Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Plan option allows plan conformity without a technical analysis. Under the provisions of the CAAA of 1990, EWG, as the MPO for the region, is the agency responsible for making the Conformity Determination. The Conformity Determination described in this document was performed in accordance with DOT and EPA guidance and procedures. Procedures were implemented in accordance with all applicable provisions of 40 CFR Part 93, specific sections , 113 and 118 and relevant guidelines and documentation issued by DOT and EPA 2. In 2007, MoDNR prepared a St. Transportation Conformity Rule and in 2010 MoDNR proposed changes to the 2007 Transportation Conformity Rule. These rule changes were submitted to the Missouri Air Conservation Commission (MACC). In October 2010, the MACC approved the changes to the St. Transportation Conformity Rule based on the January 2009 Guidance for ing Transportation Conformity State Implementation Plans (SIPs) by EPA. The updated rule was effective February 28, Final approval of this rule by EPA took place on October 28, As the Illinois Transportation Conformity SIP is still under review by EPA, the Illinois part of the region remains subject to the provisions of the Federal Transportation Conformity Rule. 1 ne of the projects in this Conformity Determination required a PM 2.5 hot-spot analysis. projects exceeded the federal guidelines for AADT and percent of diesel truck traffic. 2 EPA, Transportation Conformity Regulations as of April 2012, April 2012; EPA, Transportation Conformity Guidance for 2008 Ozone NAAQS nattainment Areas, July 2012; EPA, MOVES2010b User Guide, July 2012; EPA, Policy Guidance for Use of MOVES2010 and Subsequent Revisions for State Implementation Plan ment, Transportation Conformity, and Other Purposes, April 2012, EPA, Guidance for Transportation Conformity Implementation in Multi-jurisdictional nattainment and Maintenance Areas, July 2012; EPA, Volume IV: Mobile Sources, Procedures for Emission Inventory Preparation, EPA-450/ d (revised), July 1992; FHWA, Transportation Conformity Guide: A Basic Guide for State and Local Officials, revised Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 8

17 Conformity Process 4.0 Conformity Determination Process 4.1 Eight-Hour Ozone State Implementation Plans An ozone control strategy SIP contains measures and policies for reducing ozone-forming emissions of VOC and NO x. A Maintenance Plan demonstrates how an area that has attained an air quality standard will continue to attain the relevant standard for a minimum ten-year period. The plan also contains strategies that can be implemented in the event the region s air quality subsequently violates the applicable standard. Mobile sources, essentially road-based transportation, are one of several broad categories of pollution sources. The Maintenance Plan SIP contains estimates of attainment year emissions from all source categories and projects future year emissions. Future year emissions estimates must be lower than the emissions estimated for the attainment year. In addition, the total emissions projected for on-road mobile sources in specific future years are established as motor vehicle emissions budgets for the purposes of conducting transportation conformity. Preparation of the SIP is the responsibility of the State. A SIP must be submitted to EPA in accordance with a schedule delineated in Federal regulation. EPA approval is required for all SIPs. Motor vehicle emissions budgets contained in a submitted SIP may be used as a basis for Conformity Determination findings before the SIP is formally approved, provided EPA has issued a specific Finding of Adequacy. The process EPA uses to determine the adequacy of submitted SIP budgets for conformity is contained in a May 14, 1999 Memorandum from EPA entitled Conformity Guidance on Implementation of the March 2, 1999 Conformity Court Decision and the July 2004 Conformity rule revision. For the Missouri 2008 eight-hour ozone non-attainment area, the Conformity Determination is made in relation to the 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets from the Missouri Early Progress Plan for the 2008 standard. These budgets were established with the MOVES2010 model. In a letter to MoDNR dated October 28, 2013, EPA found these budgets adequate for Conformity Determination purposes. In the March 5, 2014 Federal Register, EPA issued a notice of adequacy for the 2015 budgets for Conformity purposes (effective March 19, 2014). In the January 14, 2016 Federal Register, EPA issued a final rule approving the MO Early Progress Plan (effective March 14, 2016). The Conformity Determination is also made in relation to the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets from the February 2018 technical correction MO Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard. These budgets were established with the MOVES2014a model. In a letter to MoDNR dated May 15, 2018, EPA found these budgets adequate for Conformity Determination purposes. In the June 8, 2018 Federal Register, EPA issued a notice of adequacy for the 2030 budgets for Conformity purposes (effective June 22, 2018). For the Illinois 2008 eight-hour maintenance area and Jersey (1997 eight-hour ozone maintenance/2008 eight-hour ozone attainment area), the Conformity Determination is made in relation to the 2025 motor vehicle emissions budgets contained in the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard. These budgets were developed using the MOVES2010 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 9

18 Conformity Process model. On December 22, 2011, EPA found the 2008 and 2025 budgets in this Maintenance Plan adequate for Conformity Determination purposes. On June 12, 2012, EPA approved the IL 8- Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard and the 2008 and 2025 motor vehicle emissions budgets. For the remaining analysis years, the Conformity Determination is made in relation to the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets from the IL 8-Hour Maintenance Plan for 2008 standard. These budgets were developed using MOVES2014a and were adequate by EPA (September 26, 2017 letter to Illinois EPA). In the December 11, 2017 Federal Register, EPA issued a final rule approving these 2030 budgets which was effective December 26, In the March 1, 2018 Federal Register, EPA issued a final rule, effective March 1, 2018, redesignating Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties in Illinois as being in attainment of the 2008 eight-hour ozone standard, approving the Maintenance Plan for the Metro East St. Ozone nattainment Area for the 2008 Ozone National Ambient Standard (IL 8-Hour Maintenance Plan for 2008 standard) and finding the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets adequate for use in Conformity Determination Regional Emissions Analysis: Emissions Budget Tests The principal step toward making a Conformity Determination for the analysis years 2025, 2030, 2035 and 2045 is to demonstrate that the anticipated emission levels of ozone precursor pollutants which will result from planned and programmed transportation projects (the "Action" scenario) will be less than the level defined in the motor vehicle emissions budgets from the MO Early Progress Plan for the 2008 standard, the MO Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard, the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard and the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard. The SIP motor vehicle emissions budgets from the MO Early Progress Plan for the 2008 standard and the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard were established using the MOVES2010 model for the two sets of pollutants which are precursors of ozone formation, VOC, primarily hydrocarbons, and NO x. The VOC and NO x motor vehicle emissions budgets from the MO Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard and the IL 8- Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard were established using the MOVES2014a model Missouri To conduct a Conformity Determination for the 2025 analysis year, it is necessary to demonstrate that the anticipated emission levels of precursor pollutants of ozone formation (VOC, primarily hydrocarbons, and NO x ) which will result from the Action scenario will be less than the 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets (Table 1) from the MO Early Progress Plan for the 2008 standard. These budgets were developed with the MOVES2010 model. In a letter to MoDNR dated October 28, 2013, EPA issued an adequacy finding for the 2015 VOC and NO x motor vehicle emissions budgets. In the March 5, 2014 Federal Register, EPA issued a notice of adequacy for the 2015 budgets for Conformity purposes (effective March 19, 2014). These budgets can be used in the Conformity Determination process. In the January 14, 2016 Federal Register, EPA issued a final rule approving the MO Early Progress Plan (effective March 14, 2016). To conduct a Conformity Determination for the analysis years of 2030, 2035 and 2045, it is necessary to demonstrate that the anticipated emission levels VOC and NO x which will result from the Action scenario will be less than the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets from the Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 10

19 Conformity Process MO Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard. These budgets were developed with the MOVES2014a model. In a letter to MoDNR dated May 15, 2018, EPA issued an adequacy finding for the 2030 VOC and NO x motor vehicle emissions budgets. In the June 8, 2018 Federal Register, EPA issued a notice of adequacy for the 2015 budgets for Conformity purposes (effective June 22, 20187). These budgets can be used in the Conformity Determination process. The 2015 and 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets are summarized in Table 1. Table 1 Missouri Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets (US tons per day) Pollutant 2015 MO Early Progress Plan 2030 MO Maintenance Plan (June 22, 2018) Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Oxides of Nitrogen (NO x ) Illinois To conduct a Conformity Determination for the analysis year 2025 it is necessary to demonstrate that the anticipated emission levels of atmospheric pollutants which will result from planned and programmed transportation projects (the "Action" scenario) will be less than the level defined in the 2025 motor vehicle emissions budget from the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard. The SIP motor vehicle emissions budgets were established using the MOVES2010 model for the two sets of pollutants which are precursors of ozone formation, VOC, primarily hydrocarbons, and NO x. A finding of adequacy for the 2025 budgets was issued by EPA and published in the December 22, 2011 Federal Register. On June 12, 2012, EPA approved the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard. For the analysis years of 2030, 2035 and 2045 it is necessary to demonstrate that the anticipated emission levels of atmospheric pollutants which will result from the Action scenario will be less than the level defined in the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets from the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard. The SIP motor vehicle emissions budgets for VOC and NO x were established using the MOVES2014a model. A finding of adequacy for the 2030 budgets was issued by EPA and published in the December 11, 2017 Federal Register and to be effective December 26, On March 1, 2018, EPA approved the IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard including the 2030 budgets. The 2025 and 2030 motor vehicle emissions budgets are summarized in Table 2. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 11

20 Conformity Process Table 2 Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets Illinois 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan (US tons per day) Pollutant 2025 Illinois 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for 1997 Standard 2030 Illinois 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for 2008 Standard Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Oxides of Nitrogen (NO x ) the Inter Agency Consultation process, it was agreed that for each of the analysis years, estimated emissions data for Jersey, Illinois would be added to the Illinois Action scenario for the Action /Budget tests Conformity Tests: Analysis Years For the the tests detailed in Sections have to be satisfied for those transportation projects and programs expected to be operational by the analysis year of 2045 (horizon year of the regional transportation plan) and for the analysis years 2025, 2030 and Conformity Tests for the and related amendments to the Connected Summary - Missouri and Illinois In accordance with current EPA guidance, and in consultation with the Inter Agency Consultation Group (IACG), EWG is utilizing the following mobile source emissions tests for determining conformity on the Plan and TIP. This Conformity Determination has been prepared in relation to the budgets and tests applicable as of March 27, 2018 and on the most current planning assumptions as agreed to by the IACG. The MOVES2014a model was utilized in completing the conformity budgets tests for Missouri and Illinois. Pollutants Missouri and Illinois Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Oxides of Nitrogen (NO x ) Missouri only Carbon Monoxide (CO): no tests are required in the limited maintenance area Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 12

21 Conformity Process Analysis Years 2025 First analysis year (IL 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard has 2025 budgets) 2030 Intermediate analysis year (MO Maintenance Plan and IL Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard both have 2030 budgets) Intermediate analysis year year for Transportation Plan Tests of Conformity Missouri Action scenario compared with the 2015 motor vehicle emissions budget from the MO Early Progress Plan for 2008 standard for VOC for 2025 Action scenario compared with the 2015 motor vehicle emissions budget from the MO Early Progress Plan for 2008 standard for NO x 2025 Action scenario compared with the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budget from the MO Maintenance Plan for 2008 standard for VOC for 2030, 2035 and 2045 Action scenario compared with the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budget from the MO Maintenance Plan for 2008 standard for NO x for 2030, 2035 and 2045 Illinois Action scenario compared with the 2025 motor vehicle emissions budget from the IL 8- Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard for VOC for 2025 Action scenario compared with the 2025 motor vehicle emissions budget from the IL 8- Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard for NO x for 2025 Action scenario compared with the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budget from the IL 8- Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard for VOC for 2030, 2035 and 2045 Action scenario compared with the 2030 motor vehicle emissions budget from the IL 8- Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the 2008 standard, for NO x for 2030, 2035 and Transportation Control Measures Another element of a Conformity Determination is an assessment of progress in implementing Transportation Control Measures (TCMs). These measures are intended to reduce emissions or concentrations of pollutants from transportation sources by reducing vehicle use or otherwise reducing vehicle emissions. For the St. region, the 15 Percent Rate-of-Progress ozone SIPs included categories of TCMs, together with estimates of the anticipated emissions benefits. The 1997 report: Transportation Control Measures in the St. Region: Completion Report documented the implementation of TCMs by general SIP category of control measures. Currently the State does not have any TCMs in their SIP and therefore no TCMs are part of the Regional Emissions Analysis. However, the Congestion Mitigation (CMAQ) program is ongoing and has produced emission reduction projects that EWG monitors. EWG maintains a database of CMAQ projects and their related emission reduction benefits. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 13

22 Conformity Process Conformity Determination Technical Methodology The calculation of VOC and NO x mobile source emissions is a two-step process for each analysis year. First, all regionally significant transportation facilities are included in EWG s regional travel demand model. This includes all projects from the and related amendments to Connected2045. lists the projects included in the regional emissions analysis. Utilizing the project list from, the travel demand model is used to forecast vehicle miles of travel in the region. The underlying assumptions regarding population and employment changes in the region are set out for reference in Appendix B. The travel demand modeling assumptions and procedures are discussed in Appendix C. Second, the MOVES2014a emissions model is used to develop emissions factors that indicate how much of each pollutant is produced per vehicle mile of travel. These factors are applied to the forecasts from the travel demand model to derive a modeled total of vehicle emissions for each of the two pollutants in each of the four analysis periods. These procedures are discussed, and the results summarized, in Appendix D and Appendix E. Appendix I contains documentation of input and output files associated with the MOVES2014a model. In all, emissions have to be estimated for both pollutants (i.e. VOC and NO x ) related to three time periods (a.m. peak, p.m. peak and off-peak), for both states in the Plan s analysis years and for the inspection and maintenance (I/M) test area and non I/M test area, giving multiple sets of emissions calculations. The predicted emissions that result from these modeling procedures are then subject to each of the tests of conformity outlined above. The results are shown in Tables 3 and 4 below and also in Appendix E. Table 3 Regional Emissions Analysis: Conformity Tests - MISSOURI Based on Conformity Requirements for 2008 Eight-Hour Ozone Standard (US tons per day) Analysis Volatile Organic Compounds Oxides of Nitrogen Year Emissions 2015 Budget Emissions 2015 Budget Analysis Year Emissions 2030 Budget Emissions 2030 Budget All tests have been passed for all years. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 14

23 Conformity Process Table 4 Regional Emissions Analysis: Conformity Tests ILLINOIS* Based on Conformity Requirements for 1997 and 2008 Eight-Hour Ozone Standards (US tons per day) Analysis Volatile Organic Compounds Oxides of Nitrogen Year Emissions 2025 Budget Emissions 2025 Budget Analysis Year Emissions 2030 Budget Emissions 2030 Budget All tests have been passed for all years. * Includes Jersey 4.2 Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) State Implementation Plans The State of Missouri Redesignation Demonstration and Maintenance Plan for the Missouri Portion of the St. n-attainment Area for the 1997 Annual Fine Particulate National Ambient Standard (Missouri Annual PM 2.5 Maintenance Plan) was submitted to EPA in August Missouri has prepared technical supplement for this plan which was approved by the Missouri Air Conservation Commission on March 24, This supplement including motor vehicle emission budgets, redesignation to attainment request and 2008 base year emissions inventory is awaiting approval by EPA. Illinois is in the process of completing its annual PM 2.5 Maintenance Plan SIP for submittal to EPA. A Maintenance Plan demonstrates how an area that has attained an air quality standard will continue to attain the relevant standard for a minimum ten-year period. The plan also contains strategies that can be implemented in the event the region s air quality subsequently violates the applicable standard. Mobile sources, essentially road-based transportation, are one of several broad categories of pollution sources. The Maintenance Plan contains estimates of attainment year emissions from all source categories and projects future year emissions. Future year emissions estimates must be lower than the emissions estimated for the attainment year. In addition, the total emissions projected for on-road mobile sources in specific future years are established as motor vehicle emissions budgets for the purpose of conducting transportation conformity. EPA approval is required for all SIPs. Motor vehicle emissions budgets contained in a submitted SIP may be used as a basis for Conformity Determination findings before the SIP is formally approved, provided EPA has issued a specific Finding of Adequacy Regional Emissions Analysis - Pollutants Mobile source-related direct PM 2.5 is to be included in the regional emissions analysis. Direct PM 2.5 emissions come from vehicle exhaust, brake wear and tire wear. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 15

24 Conformity Process The following transportation-related pollutants are considered to be potential precursors of PM 2.5 formation: NO x ; VOC; SOx; and NH 3 (according to the May 2005 Final Conformity Rule). Before SIP motor vehicle emissions budgets have been found adequate or approved by EPA, NO x is to be included in the regional emissions analysis component of a Conformity Determination unless it is found to be an insignificant contributor to the air quality problem by the state air agency and the EPA Regional Office. Since such a finding has not been made for either the Missouri portion or the Illinois portion of the St. PM 2.5 non-attainment area, the PM 2.5 Conformity Determination will include the precursor NO x emissions. The May 2005 Final Conformity Rule also stated that before SIP motor vehicle emissions budgets are found adequate or approved by EPA, inclusion in the regional emissions analysis is not required for VOC, SOx and NH 3 unless the state air agency or the EPA Regional Office finds that the on-road emissions of any of these pollutants/precursors are a significant contributor to the PM 2.5 problem of an area. MoDNR, through PM 2.5 modeling exercises, demonstrated that VOC, NH 3 and SO 2 from motor vehicles were not significant contributors to the PM 2.5 problem in the Missouri portion of the nonattainment area. Consequently, motor vehicle emissions budgets were not established for them. Currently, Illinois is in the process of finalizing its annual PM 2.5 SIP and nothing definitive has been reached concerning the significance and/or insignificance of PM 2.5 precursor mobile source emissions. These findings were discussed at the December 2005 IACG meeting, which resulted in a MoDNR , which documented the IACG consensus Regional Emissions Analysis: Interim Emissions Test The MO Annual PM 2.5 Maintenance Plan for the 1997 standard was submitted to EPA in August Missouri has prepared a technical supplement for this plan which was approved by the Missouri Air Conservation Commission on March 24, This supplement including motor vehicle emission budgets, redesignation to attainment request and 2008 base year emissions inventory is awaiting approval by EPA. Illinois is in the process of completing its annual PM 2.5 SIP Maintenance Plan, including motor vehicle emissions budgets, for submittal to EPA. Federal regulations set out an interim process to follow for a Conformity Determination. This process is to be used to demonstrate Conformity until EPA finds adequate or approves the motor vehicle emissions budgets. Either the no-greater-than-2002 baseline test or the build-less-than-or-equalto-no-build test can be selected. EWG, with the consensus of the IACG, decided that the most appropriate test for the St. PM 2.5 non-attainment area would be the no-greater-than-2002 baseline test. The principal step toward making a Conformity Determination for the selected analysis years is to demonstrate that the anticipated emission levels of atmospheric pollutants which will result from planned and programmed transportation projects (the "Action" scenario) will be less than the 2002 baseline emissions inventory for the entire PM 2.5 non-attainment area (Missouri and Illinois totals added together). In order to ensure consistency in the regional emissions analysis, EWG, with input of MoDNR and Illinois EPA, developed 2002 baseline emission estimates using the Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 16

25 Conformity Process MOVES2010 model (see Table 5). As the St. area is in non-attainment of the annual PM 2.5 standard, the regional emissions analysis has to use annual emissions. the Inter Agency Consultation process, it was agreed that for each of the analysis years, estimated emissions data for Baldwin Township in Randolph, Illinois would be added to the Illinois 2002 baseline emissions and the Illinois Action scenario for the Action /2002 Baseline tests. Table PM2.5 Baseline Emissions (US tons per year) State Direct PM 2.5 Oxides of Nitrogen (NO x ) Missouri 2, , Illinois* , n-attainment Area Total 3, , * Includes Baldwin Township in Randolph Conformity Test: Analysis Years For the, the test detailed in Sections have to be satisfied for those transportation projects and programs expected to be operational by the analysis year 2045 (horizon year of the regional transportation plan) and for the analysis years 2020, 2025, 2030 and PM2.5 Conformity Test for the and related amendments to Connected2045 Summary In accordance with current EPA guidance, and in consultation with the IACG, EWG has decided to adopt the following mobile source emissions test for determining conformity on the Plan and TIP. This Conformity Determination has been prepared in relation to the tests applicable as of March 27, 2018 and on the most current planning assumptions as agreed to by the IACG. The MOVES2014a model was used to complete the baseline tests for the entire nonattainment area. Pollutants Direct PM 2.5 Oxides of Nitrogen (NO x), as a precursor of PM 2.5 Analysis Years First analysis year (Near term year between one and five years in future) Intermediate analysis year 2030 Interim analysis year Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 17

26 Conformity Process Intermediate analysis year year for Transportation Plan Test of Conformity Action scenario compared with the 2002 baseline emissions test for direct PM 2.5 for entire non-attainment area Action scenario compared with the 2002 baseline emissions test for NO x (as a precursor) for entire non-attainment area Transportation Control Measures Potential PM 2.5 Transportation Control Measures (TCMs) have yet to be identified in the Missouri and Illinois SIP development process. Consequently, PM 2.5 emissions benefits related to any future TCMs projects have not been calculated nor included in any emissions analysis Conformity Determination Technical Methodology The calculation of on-road mobile source emissions is a three-step process for each analysis year. First, all regionally significant transportation facilities are included in EWG s regional travel demand model. This includes all projects from the and related amendments to Connected2045. lists the projects included in the regional emissions analysis. Utilizing the project list from, the travel demand model is used to forecast vehicle miles of travel in the region. The underlying assumptions regarding population and employment changes in the region are set out for reference in Appendix B. These modeling assumptions and procedures are discussed in Appendix C. Second, the MOVES2014a emissions model is used to develop emissions factors that indicate how much of each pollutant is produced per vehicle mile of travel. These factors are applied to the forecasts from the travel demand model to derive a modeled total of vehicle emissions for each of the two pollutants in each of the five analysis periods. These procedures are discussed, and the results summarized, in Appendix D and Appendix F. Appendix I contains documentation of input and output files associated with the MOVES2014a model. Finally, annual emissions have to be calculated for both pollutants (i.e., direct PM 2.5 and NO x ), for both states in four different analysis years and for the inspection and maintenance (I/M) test area and non-i/m test area. There are numerous sets of emissions calculations for each state which then are summed together to develop emissions estimates for the PM 2.5 non-attainment area. The predicted emissions that result from these modeling procedures are then subject to each of the tests of conformity outlined above. The results are shown in Tables 6 and 7 and also in Appendix F. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 18

27 Conformity Process Table 6 Regional Emissions Analysis: Conformity Test for Direct PM 2.5 Based on Conformity Requirements for Annual PM 2.5 Standard (US tons per year) Analysis Missouri Illinois* n-attainment Area Year Action Baseline Action Baseline Action Baseline , , , , , , , , , , All tests have been passed for all years. * Includes Baldwin Township Table 7 Regional Emissions Analysis: Conformity Tests for Oxides of Nitrogen Based on Conformity Requirements for Annual PM 2.5 Standard (US tons per year) Analysis Missouri Illinois* n-attainment Area Year Action Baseline Action Baseline Action Baseline , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , All tests have been passed for all years. * Includes Baldwin Township Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 19

28 Consultation and Public Participation 5.0 Consultation and Public Participation 5.1 Consultation: Conformity Procedures Federal regulation requires that Conformity Determinations must be made: Each time a new RTP or TIP is adopted Each time a new RTP or TIP is amended, unless the amendment merely adds or deletes exempt projects Within 24 months of the effective date of a EPA finding that motor vehicle emissions budgets from an initially submitted control strategy SIP or maintenance plan are adequate for Conformity Determination purposes Within 24 months of the effective date of a EPA approval of a control strategy SIP revision or maintenance plan which establishes or revises a motor vehicle emissions budget if that budget has not yet been used in a conformity determination prior to approval Within 24 months of the effective date of a EPA promulgation of an implementation plan which establishes or revises a motor vehicle emissions budget t less frequently than every four years Within 12 months of a newly designated non-attainment area MPOs responsible for making conformity determinations must follow procedures for interagency and public consultation and review as described in DOT and EPA regulations. These include by reference the requirements of the Missouri state conformity regulations (10CSR ), as adopted by the Missouri Air Conservation Commission in August 1996, effective in December In October 2010, the Missouri Air Conservation Commission approved changes to the state s Transportation Conformity Rule based on the January 2009 Guidance for ing Transportation Conformity State Implementation Plans (SIPs) by EPA. The updated rule was effective February 28, Final approval of this rule by EPA took place on October 28, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), EPA, MoDNR and Illinois EPA may comment on Conformity Determinations. The principal forum for the discussion of technical issues relating to conformity is the Inter Agency Consultation Group (IACG). The role of this group in the conformity process is defined in both the Missouri and the Illinois Conformity Regulations. Membership in this group is shown below. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 20

29 Consultation and Public Participation Inter Agency Consultation Group East-West Gateway Council of Governments Federal Highway Administration, Missouri Division Illinois Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, Illinois Division Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Federal Administration, Region VII Missouri Department of Natural Resources U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5 Missouri Department of Transportation U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 7 Metro Madison District St. Department of Health Madison Highway Department St. Department of Highways and St. Clair District City of St. Department of Health St. Clair Department of s and s During the preparation of the Conformity Determination for the and related amendments to Connected2045, the IACG met on January 30, 2018, March 27, 2018, May 29, 2018 and June 26, 2018 to determine the best course of action. The general approach to the Conformity Determination, the procedures used and all of the major assumptions have been subject to discussion, review and, where appropriate, consensus approval by this group. In addition, many other agencies are involved in the process leading to a Conformity Determination through their involvement in EWG s Advisory Committee and Executive Advisory Committee. 5.2 When Conformity Analysis Begins At the February 2009 meeting, the IACG reached consensus that the start of the Conformity Analysis would be defined as the date of the initiation of the operation of the travel demand model for Conformity Determination purposes. For this Determination, that date is March 27, Public Participation for the and Related Amendments to Connected2045 and Conformity Determination and Documentation (8-Hour Ozone & PM2.5) Federal legislation and the metropolitan transportation planning regulations require MPOs to have an enhanced public participation process. Citizen interest in transportation planning has continued to grow as EWG has taken actions to increase public awareness of the transportation decision-making process. EWG uses a variety of methods to achieve greater public participation. Among these are the extensive use of all types of media to explain the planning process, face-to-face meetings with citizens' groups, and easy-to-understand publications that are distributed via mail, and on the EWG web site. The underlying premise of the public participation process is that more citizens will participate in the planning process if they understand the factors that influence transportation decisions. The Public Involvement Plan, adopted by the EWG Board in May 2014 establishes the mechanisms by which EWG reaches out to its many stakeholders and the public. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 21

30 Consultation and Public Participation The EWG web site, includes information about EWG, its planning partners, MPO activities and opportunities for citizens to learn and participate in transportation decisions. Meetings of all EWG committees, task forces and other groups, as well as notes from past meetings are regularly posted on the site. The Web site also includes links to many other transportation resources. The materials are accessible through the site. ly, all implementing agencies have citizen participation mechanisms that allow public input throughout the transportation planning process. The official public comment period is from August 31, 2018 to October 5, Public review of the and Conformity Determination and Documentation (8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 ) will take place through several different means. Five public open-house style meetings are planned throughout the region in July and an online open house. Persons requiring special accommodations should notify Roz Rodgers at least 48 hours prior to the open house at or or at At the public open houses, copies of the and Conformity Determination and Documentation (8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 ), as well as supplemental materials such as tables, charts, and maps, will be available for review, discussion, and comment. These same materials will be available on the virtual public open house page on the Council s website. Citizens and members of organizations are invited to attend the public open house meeting that is most convenient for them. The schedule for the public open-house style meetings, Facebook Live Stream and the online open house for the and Air Quality Conformity Determination and Documentation (8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 ) is shown below. The schedule is available on postcards that have been distributed throughout the region, on the Council s website, in the Council s Local Government Briefings electronic newsletter and in local newspapers. Monday, September 10, 2018: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM St., City of St. The Heights, 8001 Dale Avenue, Richmond Heights, MO Thursday, September 13, 2018: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM - Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties Fairview Heights City Hall, Bunkum, Fairview Heights, IL Monday, September 17, 2018: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM Franklin Pacific City Hall, 300 Hoven Drive, Pacific, MO Thursday, September 20, 2018: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM Jefferson Hillsboro City Hall, 101 Main Street, Hillsboro, MO Wednesday, September 26, 2018: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM St. Charles - O Fallon City Hall, 100 rth Main, O Fallon, MO Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 22

31 Consultation and Public Participation Thursday, September 27, 2018: 12:00 on to 1:00 PM Online Open House/live chat is in cooperation with the St. Post-Dispatch. Access at Comment forms are available at the public open houses or comments could be submitted by . Comments on the draft air quality Conformity Determination document must be received or postmarked by Friday, October 5, Comments can be sent to or East-West Gateway Council of Governments, Attn: TIP at One S. Memorial Drive, Suite 1600, St., Missouri Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 23

32 Consultation and Public Participation Declaration of Conformity for Eight-Hour Ozone Based on the analysis, the projects and programs included in the are found to be in conformity with the requirements of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, the relevant sections of the Final Conformity Rule 40 CFR Part 93 and the procedures set forth in the Missouri State Conformity Regulations 10 CSR for the 2008 eight-hour ozone standard. This Conformity Determination covers the St eighthour ozone non-attainment area (Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles and St. Counties and the City of St. in Missouri) and the St eight-hour ozone maintenance area (Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties in Illinois) and the 1997 eight-hour ozone maintenance/2008 eight-hour ozone attainment area of Jersey, Illinois. Declaration of Conformity for PM 2.5 Based on the analysis, the projects and programs included in the are found to be in conformity with the requirements of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, the relevant sections of the Final Conformity Rule 40 CFR Part 93 and the procedures set forth in the Missouri State Conformity Regulations 10 CSR for the 1997 annual PM 2.5 standard. This Conformity Determination covers the entire St. nonattainment area (Franklin, Jefferson, St. Charles and St. Counties and the City of St. in Missouri and Madison, Monroe and St. Clair Counties and Baldwin Township in Randolph in Illinois). Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page 24

33 2022 Transportation t Program And Related Amendments to Connected 2045: Long Range Transportation Plan for the St. Region Conformity Determination and Documentation for Eight-Hour Ozone and PM2.5 Appendices Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5

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35 The project descriptions described below were used for the purposes of travel demand modeling and air quality analysis, and form the basis of the Conformity Determination for the (TIP) and related amendments to Connected2045. Included in the list are all the projects capable of being modeled from the Amendment to the. In addition to the projects identified in the plan and TIP the list includes project that may potentially be carried over due to schedule changes and any non-federally funded projects we are aware of at this time. Information is listed on the route, the location and/or limits of the project, the description of the project or planning assumptions made for the purposes of analysis, and the analysis year in which the project is expected to be complete. The definition of "regional significance" is that contained in the St. Transportation Conformity SIP, as amplified through the inter-agency consultation procedures established in that document and in 40 CFR Part ,... significant project means a transportation project (other than an exempt project) that is on a facility which serves regional transportation needs (such as access to and from the area outside of the region, major activity centers in the region, major planned developments such as new retail malls, sports complexes, etc., or transportation terminals as well as most terminals themselves) and would normally be included in the modeling of a metropolitan area s transportation network, including at a minimum all principal arterial highways and all fixed guideway transit facilities that offer an alternative to regional highway travel. The February 28, 2012 Screening Criteria document was utilized to delineate the air quality classification of projects. The lists include all regionally significant projects that involve changes to the capacity or performance of the highway or transit system in ways that potentially affect mobile source emissions. Certain types of projects, such as interchange improvements, may be deemed nonexempt but are not regionally significant. In such cases, these projects have been included in the regionally significant projects listing for tracking and informational purposes. In addition, the list may include the planning assumptions made with regard to Transportation Investment Analyses (MTIAs) and other corridor studies. maps displaying these projects and a more detailed description of the projects can be found in the TIP and related amendments to Connected2045. Table A-1 includes projects that are classified as new to the travel demand model. This table is sorted by classifications:, t, and Exempt. The projects listed in Table A-2 were included in the FY TIP and related amendments to Connected2045. The status of the projects is unchanged. This table is sorted by classifications:, t, and Exempt. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-1

36 As noted in the Overview, air quality analyses have been performed for each of the following analysis years: for eight-hour ozone in Missouri and Illinois, 2025, 2030, 2035 and 2045; and for the PM2.5 non-attainment area, 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 and Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) America's Central Port District/ 6894A- 19/ Madison Project -- Description Investment Type Related Improveme Functional Class Industrial District way ts -- Access Into And Out Of Port nt Local 2025 Yes Long New / Range IDOT/ Plan B- (Adding Connect 45/ St. IL 3 Connector -- IL 3 To IL SOV ed2045 Clair 203 Capacity) Collector 2045 Yes Long New / Range IDOT/ Plan C- (Adding Connect 45/ SOV Principal ed2045 Jersey US Delhi Bypass Capacity) Arterial 2045 Yes Reconstruct ion/ IDOT/ nt ( 6446A- 22/ Multi- I Over Mississippi State River New Interstate Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes IDOT/ 6935C- 19/ Madison Jefferson Port Authority/ / Multi- -M 6930C- 21/ Multi- -M 6930D- 20/ Multi- -M IL 157 Signal Optimization -- W Main St To Horseshoe Lake Rd Signal ts - Interconnect Marine Vessel Engine Repower Repower Four Marine Vessels Serving Mississippi R. In n- Attainment Area - 1 Ferry,2 Towboats, 1 Dredge Signal Optimization Various Locations Along MO 47/100/US 5O In Franklin Co MO 100/MO 366 In Stl Co, & US 61/67 In Stl Co/Jeffco Signal Optimization Various Locations Along MO A In Jeff Co, MO 231, US 61/67, I-70/I-270 Interchanges In Stl Co Operations Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Related Improveme nt N/A 2025 Operations Operations Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-2

37 t t t t Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) n- Federally Funded Project St. Charles / / St. Charles St. Charles / 7025B- 25/ St. Charles St. Clair / 6575H- 21/ St. Clair Project -- Description MO W/O Heritage Crossing New Wb On/Off Ramp David Hoekel Parkway/Interstate Dr -- Dhp: I-70 To S. Point Prairie; Interstate: DHP To S. Pt. New Two Lane Frank Scott Pkwy/Thouvenot Ln ' E/O Old Collinsville Rd To 390' W/O N Green Mount Rd Widen To 4 Lanes - Investment Type New / (Adding SOV Capacity) New / (Adding SOV Capacity) Adding Lanes to Existing Functional Class Expressw ay 2025 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Add Two Way Turn Lane Jefferson/22nd St Interchange ts -- Reconfigure I- St. / 64/Pine/Market/Jefferson / Interchange Restablish Street St. Grid - Curb Ramps - Principal City Operations Arterial 2025 Yes St. Adding n- Peters/ Suemandy Dr Widening -- Federally 7061A- Grand Teton Dr To Veterans Lanes to Funded 23/ St. Mem. Pkwy Widen 2 To 4 Existing Project Charles Lanes Collector 2025 Yes Wentzvill e/ 7025C- 19/ St. Charles Clayton/ / St. Columbia / 6935B- 19/ Monroe Hazelwo od/ / St. Hillsboro/ / Jefferson David Hoekel Pkwy, Ph 2B -- I-70 To Goodfellow - New Interchange At I-70 Two Ln Management Enhancements -- Flashing Yellow Arrows Along Maryland, Brentwood, Forsyth, Bonhomme - Advanced Transportation Management System Quarry -- At Palmer Creek Rd/Father Carl Scherrer Dr Roundabout - Shared Use Path (10') Phantom Drive, Phase 1 -- Missouri Bottom Rd To Hazelwood Logistics Center Dr Ln Reduction 4 To 2 Lns - Turn Lanes - Sidewalk (6') Business 21, Phase 4 -- Main St To Maples St Two Way Turn Lane (Local Funds) - Overlay - Storm Sewer New / (Adding SOV Capacity) Operations Operations Operations Operations Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-3

38 t t t t t t t t Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Investment Type Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class IDOT/ 6886P- 19/ St. Clair IL Harding Ditch 0.3 Mi W/O IL 157 & IL Mi E/O IL 163 Painting Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Madison District/ 6667M- 19/ IL At Chain Of Rocks Improveme Madison Rd Hub nt - N/A 2020 Yes Madison District/ 6667O- Collinsville Gateway Park & 20/ Ride -- Lot on - Improveme Madison Mini Hub nt - N/A 2025 Yes Madison District/ 6667P- 20/ Highland Park & Ride -- Lot Improveme Madison on nt - N/A 2020 Yes Madison District/ 6667Q- 21/ Madison 6806U- 22/ Multi- -M 6806V- 22/ Multi- -M 6807F- 22/ Multi- -M St. Jacob Park & Ride -- Lot ts Various -- TMC Building Payment For Advanced Management System Maintenance Contract Consult Various -- TMC Building ITS System Preservation, Repairs, And Upgrades Various -- St. District Emergency Response Operations And Staff Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Yes Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 Payment Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-4

39 t t t t t t t t t t Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6807G- 22/ Multi- -M 6807H- 22/ Multi- -M 6853C- 18/ St. Charles Project -- Description Various -- TMC Building ITS Operations, Contract Staffing And Professional Services Various -- TMC Building ITS Operations, MoDOT Staff, Equipment Maintenance & TMC Operations Investment Type Functional Class Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 MO Independence Rd To Wolfrum Rd Add J-Turns Operations Reconstruct ion ( 6887X- 19/ St. MO At MO 100 Ramps Add Roundabout Lanes) Reconstruct ion ( 6887Z- 19/ St. MO At Main Street In Wildwood Add Roundabout Lanes) 6892D- 22/ Multi- -M Sauget/ 6784A- 19/ St. Clair St. Charles / / St. Charles St. Charles/ 6922A- 22/ St. Charles St. Charles/ 6931A- 19/ St. Charles Various -- St District ITS Maintenance And Operations IL 3 Diversion Loop & Grade Separation -- Over Alton & Southern Rr Grade Separation Of Falling Springs Rd Gutermuth, Phase 3 -- Old Gutermuth Rd To Motherhead Rd on - Sidewalks (5') Twtl (Locally Funded) Boschertown, Phase Hecker St To MO B on - Shared Use Path (8') - Twtl (Locally Funded) Little Hills Expressway -- At Mel Wetter Pkwy Roundabout - Shared Use Path Operation s Budget Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 Operations Operations Operations Operations Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-5

40 t General Conformit y General Conformit y Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping Wentzvill e/ 6933A- 19/ St. Charles America's Central Port District/ 6894B- 19/ Madison ment/ter minal Rr/ 6894C- 19/ St. Clair IDOT/ 6886F- 19/ St. Clair IDOT/ 6886I-21/ Madison IDOT/ 6886M- 19/ St. Clair Project -- Description Wentzville Parkway/I-70, Phase 1 -- Wentzville Pkwy: Pearce To Veterans Mem - Relocate I-70 Wb On Ramp - Roundabout Harbor Dock t Project -- Investment Type Operations Functional Class Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Related Improveme nt N/A 2025 Conologue Main Under Macarthur -- Restablish M & O Junction Operations N/A 2025 IL At IL 163 Intersection t, Signal Principal nt Operations Arterial 2020 Yes I At IL 111 Reconstruct Interchange Operations Interstate 2025 Yes IL 4 -- At I-64 Eb Ramps Principal 6892K- 19/ St. 6892L- 19/ Jefferson 6892P- 19/ Jefferson 6930A- 20/ St. 6930B- 19/ Jefferson Signal Installation I At MO 141 Interchange Reconfiguration MO MO FF And MO W Near Eureka Adding Turn Lanes, Adding Signals, & ADA ion Plan MO Z -- West Of I-55 In Pevely Relocating Weier And Add Signals MO N. Spoede Rd To Old Olive Street Rd Extend Left Turn Bays MO At MO W/Ff New Signal - Add Turn Lanes Operations Arterial 2020 Yes Reconstruct ion ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes Operations Operations Operations Operations Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Off way Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-6

41 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Monroe / 6935G- 19/ Monroe O'Fallon/ 6935H- 19/ St. Clair St. Clair / 6935A- 19/ St. Clair Project -- Description Hanover -- At IL 3 Right Turn Lane Hartman Lane -- At Central Park Dr Dual Left Turn Ln - Sidewalk Frank Scott Parkway -- At rth Belt West Add Left Turn Lanes - Extend Twtl S/O Intersection Jefferson /22nd Flow ts -- Reconfigure I-64/Pine/Market/Jefferson Interchange Signal ts - Shared Use Path/Cycle Track West Pearce Boulevard -- At Meyer Rd - New Signal At Cheryl Ann Dr - Remove Stop Signs On W. Pearce Investment Type Operations Operations Operations Functional Class Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes St. / 6919A- 19/ St. City Operations Wentzvill e/ 6933B- 19/ St. Charles Operations Belleville/ 6934A- West Washington Street -- 22/ St. Centreville Ave To IL 159 Clair - Sidewalks (7') Bethalto/ 6574J- 21/ Madison Bethalto/ 6934B- 22/ Madison ro/ 6888N- 19/ Multi- State ro/ 6891A- 19/ Multi- State Albers Ln -- Over Rocky Branch Creek Replace N. Prairie Street, Phase 2 -- Dorothy St To Williams St - Sidewalk (5') - Storm Sewer Project Administration Enhanced Mobility -- Project Administration For 5310 Projects Fy 18 Information Technology Upgrades -- Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Local 2025 Arterial 2025 Yes Improveme nt - Paratransit N/A 2020 Improveme nt - N/A 2020 Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-7

42 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ 6891B- 21/ Multi- State ro/ 6891C- 21/ Multi- State ro/ 6891D- 19/ Multi- Project -- Description Bus/Paratransit Maintenance -- Revenue Vehicle nt -- Investment Type Functional Class Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Improveme State Safety And Security -- nt - N/A 2025 ro/ 6891E- 19/ Multi- Improveme State Safety And Security -- nt - N/A 2025 ro/ / Multi- -M ro/ 6926A- 21/ Multi- -M ro/ 6926B- 21/ Multi- -M Brentwoo d/ / St. Call-A-Ride Van nt (B) -- Replace Eight (8) Call-A-Ride Vans Bus nt (A) - - Replace Four Buses Bus nt (B) - - Replace Four Buses Manchester & Rogers Parkway Shared Use Path -- Bremerton Rd To Hanley Rd Shared Use Path (10') - 5' Tree Lawn - Mary Ave Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Yes Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Principal Arterial 2025 Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-8

43 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Cahokia/ 4600A- 19/ St. Clair Clayton/ / St. Columbia / 6890A- 19/ Monroe Columbia / 6934C- 22/ Monroe Cottleville / / St. Charles Creve Coeur/ / St. Project -- Description Cargill -- IL 3/157 To Mississippi River Barge Dock on Bonhomme Ave & Meramec Ave -- Bonhomme: Brentwood-Hanley; Meramec: Shaw Park Dr To Maryland Ave - - Curb Ramps Main Street Streetscape, Phase 3 -- Cherry St To Madison St Streeetscape - Calming Quarry, Phase 1 -- Ghent Rd To Palmer Creek Dr - Shoulders (4') - Shared Use Path (10') Investment Type Reconstruct ion ( Lanes) Streetscape /Landscapin g Functional Class Local 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Collector 2025 Yes MO N -- Mothershead Rd To Mid Rivers Mall Dr - Sidewalk (5') Arterial 2025 Yes Mosley, Phase 1 -- Tureen Dr To Olive Blvd (MO Urban 340) - Curb Ramps Collector 2025 Yes Des Peres/ / St. East Alton/ 6934D- 22/ Madison East St. / 6934E- 22/ St. Clair Edwards ville/ 6890B- 19/ Madison Manchester ts -- Ballas Rd To Meier Ln Access Management - Crosswalk Impr. - Bus Stop Impr Wood River Avenue, Phase nd St To Village Limits (80' S/O 1st Ave) on - Storm Sewers - Sidewalks (5') Collinsville Avenue, Phase Summit Ave To St. Clair Ave - Sidewalks (5-8') - Curb & Gutter IL 157 Shared Use Path -- Lewis Rd To Enclave Blvd Shared Use Path Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Reconstruct ion ( Lanes) Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Principal Arterial 2025 Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-9

44 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Edwards ville/ 6934F- 22/ Madison Project -- Description St. Street -- Vandalia Ave To N. Main St - Curb Ramps - Sidewalk Impr. Investment Type Functional Class Urban Collector 2025 Yes Reconstruct ion/ Allenton, Phase 1 -- nt ( Eureka/ Over Union Pacific Railroad / Replace - Shared Use St. Path (8') Lanes) Reconstruct Rudder -- Larkin ion ( Fenton/ Williams Rd To 200' E/O / Fenton Business Ct St. on - Sidewalk (5') Lanes) Ferguson / 6920A- Florissant -- 20/ St. Thoroughman Ave To Woodstock Ave Ferguson / 6920B- Frost Avenue -- Ford Dr To 20/ St. Florissant Rd - Curb Ramps S. Mill Street -- Main St To Festus/ Veterans Blvd (MO A) / Overlay - Lighting - Sidewalk Jefferson (Lee To N. Creek - 5') Florissant Rue St Denis, Phase 1 -- St. / Ferdinand St To N. Lafayette 20/ St. St - Sidewalk (5-6') Forest Park Forever/ 6893A- 19/ St. City Franklin / / Franklin Frontena c/ / St. Forest Park Shared Use Path -- Along Kingshigway - Forest Park Pkwy & Bjc Dr Shared Use Path (10') Elmont -- Over Little Boone Creek Replace Geyer, Phase 1 -- Clayton Rd To Hermitage Hill Rd - Sidewalk (6') - Storm Sewer Urban Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n N/A 2020 Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Local 2025 Collector 2025 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-10

45 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Granite City/ 6934G- 22/ Madison Highland/ 6890C- 19/ Madison Project -- Description Johnson, Phase 2 -- Terrace Ln To Wabash Ave - Sidewalks (5') - Curb & Gutter Broadway (IL 160) Streetscape ts, Ph 1 -- Laurel St To Poplar St Streetscape - Lighting Investment Type Streetscape /Landscapin g Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Functional Class Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 IDOT/ 6450D- 19/ St. Clair Deck Sealing In St Clair -- Various Deck Sealing Lanes) N/A 2020 Reconstruct ion/ IDOT/ I-55/70/ US B & O, nt ( 6671A- Conrail & Trra Rr In East St 22/ St. Rehabilitation, Clair Repair, Painting Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes IDOT/ IL Monument Ave To 6804K- Annex St In Alton 22/ (3P), ADA Principal Madison IDOT/ 6804L- 22/ Madison IDOT/ / Regional- I IDOT/ 6886E- 20/ Madison IDOT/ 6886G- 19/ Madison IDOT/ 6886H- 21/ Monroe ts IL IL 157 To 0.1 Mi E Of IL 159 (3P), ADA ts District-Wide Preservation Projects -- Various Locations I-55/70/US Mi W Of Black Ln To 0.4 Mi E Of IL 159 Microsurfacing 2 Pass IL Mi E Of IL 159 To 0.3 Mi E Of Gliddon Blvd In Troy, ADA ts IL Mi N Of Gilmore Lake Rd To Halifax Dr (3P) Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes N/A 2025 Interstate 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-11

46 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) IDOT/ 6886N- 19/ Monroe IDOT/ 6886O- 19/ Madison IDOT/ 6886Q- 19/ Madison IDOT/ 6886R- 19/ Madison IDOT/ 6886S- 19/ St. Clair Project -- Description I-255/US Jefferson Barracks To IL 3 Ultra- Thin Overlay I St. Clair Co Line To I- 270 Crack & Joint Sealing IL Mi N/O Seminary Rd To 0.5 Mi N/O IL 111/267 Microsurfacing IL 4 -- Blue Spruce Ln To St. Clair Co Line Microsurfacing Investment Type Functional Class Interstate 2020 Yes Interstate 2020 Yes Expressw ay 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes IL Anglers Club Rd In Millstadt To Atlanta Dr In Belleville Microsurfacing Reconstruct ion/ Jefferson / nt ( 6913A- Armbruster -- 20/ Over Haverstick Creek Jefferson Replace Lanes) Jefferson / 6913B- 20/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6913C- 20/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6913D- 20/ Jefferson Doss Hollow -- Over Plattin Creek Replace Harness -- Over Tributary Of Hocum Hollow Creek Replace Hillsboro House Springs -- Over Bourne Creek Replace Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes Local 2025 Local 2025 Rural Collector 2025 Yes Rural Collector 2025 Yes Local - t Included In Modeling Network Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-12

47 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Jefferson / 6913E- 20/ Jefferson Project -- Description Seckman -- At Mastodon State Park Realign Intersection - Left Turn Ln - Shoulders (8') Geyer, Phase 2 -- West Adams Ave To 500' N/O Big Bend Rd - Curb Ramps - Reconstruct Rd At Up Rrxing Investment Type Operations Functional Class Arterial 2025 Yes Kirkwood / / St. Collector 2025 Yes Lake Saint Ronald Reagan Drive & / Hawks Ridge Trail -- Reagan: / I-64-MO N; Hawks Ridge: St. Ridgeway-MO N Charles - Sidewalks (5') Collector 2025 Yes Madison District/ 6667D- 19/ Heavy Duty Buses Improveme Madison Buses (30') nt - N/A 2020 Madison District/ 6667E- 19/ Shop Equipment -- Pressure Improveme Madison Washer, Steam Cleaner nt - N/A 2020 Madison District/ 6667F- 19/ Madison MIS Equipment & Computers -- Madison District/ 6667G- 22/ Madison Preventive Maintenance -- Madison District/ 6667H- 22/ Madison Heavy Duty Buses Buses (40') Improveme nt - N/A 2020 Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-13

48 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Madison District/ 6667I-22/ Associated Madison Maintenance -- 40' Buses Madison District/ 6667J- 19/ Madison Support Vehicles -- Madison District/ 6667K- 19/ Madison Support Equipment -- Madison District/ 6667L- 19/ ADA Bus Stop ts Madison -- Madison Ridefinders Marketing & Investment Type Functional Class Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Improveme nt - N/A 2020 Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Improveme nt - N/A 2025 Outreach MO -- District/ 6929A- 19/ Multi- State Madison District/ 6929B- 20/ Multi- State Madison District/ 6935D- 19/ Multi- State Increase Awareness, Interest, And Participation In Ridefinders By Employers And Commuters Ridefinders Vanpool Fleet Acquisition - Missouri -- Purchase 26 Vans Ridefinders Marketing & Outreach IL -- Increase Awareness, Interest, And Participation In Ridefinders By Employers And Commuters Improveme nt - Rideshare N/A 2025 Improveme nt - Rideshare N/A 2020 Improveme nt - Rideshare N/A 2025 Off way Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-14

49 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Investment Type Functional Class Madison District/ 6935E- Ridefinders Vanpool Fleet Improveme 19/ Multi- nt - Illinois -- nt - State Purchase 7 Vans Rideshare N/A 2020 Madison District/ 6935F- Madison 19/ nt Buses -- Improveme Madison Replace Five 30' Buses nt - N/A 2020 Madison/ 6934H- Third St -- IL 203 To Ewing 22/ Ave - Sidewalks Madison (4.5') - Curb & Gutter Collector 2025 Yes Magi Foundati on/ MO F Path, Phase 1 -- Liberty Bicycle 6893B- Park In Pacific To Meramec Facilities - 19/ River Crushed Limestone Constructio Franklin Shared Use Path (8') - n N/A 2020 Maplewo Manchester -- Big Bend od/ Blvd To City Limits (150' E/O 20/ St. Yale Ave) - Curb Principal Ramps - Mid-Block Xing Arterial 2025 Yes Maryland Heights/ / St. Millstadt/ 6890D- 19/ St. Clair 4919A- 13/ St. City / Regional- M Fee Fee -- Schuetz Rd To Westport Plaza Dr Slab nt - Diamond Grind - Deck Washington Street Streetscape ts -- Monroe St To Jefferson St Streetscape - Lighting I B/W 18th St And Garrison Ave Modify Interchange Configuration And nt Various - ADA ion Plan Impr (21) -- At Various Locations ADA ion Plan ts Reconstruct ion ( Lanes) Streetscape /Landscapin g Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n N/A 2025 Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-15

50 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6788K- 18/ Multi- -M 6788X- 17/ St. Project -- Description I Eb Blanchette Over Missouri River Rehabilitation ( A3292) I-44/I-44 OR/MO I-44: Over BNSF/UP RR, Allenton Rd; I-44 OR: Over Fox Cr MO 109: Over 1st St - Rehabilitation (Four s) Investment Type Functional Class Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes 6798I-18/ St. I At Broadway City nt ( A0134) 6798N- US MO D To Swan Ave 18/ St. Pavement & ADA ion Plan 6798O- I-44 Business Loop -- Neosho 18/ St. St To East Of Allenton Pavement 6798U- MO P -- US 61 In Flint Hill To 18/ St. MO M In O'Fallon Pavement Charles Preservation Treatment MO F -- MO D In New Melle To MO 94 Near Defiance 6798Y- Pavement Preservation 18/ St. Treatment & Adding Charles Shoulders 6806I-18/ Jefferson 6806J- 18/ Jefferson 6806K- 18/ Jefferson MO A -- Old Highway 21 To E/O Collins Dr Pavement & Guardrail Upgrades, Turn Ln At Harrison Lake US N/O Meramec River To S/O Collier Dr Pavement, Guardrail Upgrade & ADA ion Plan I-55 Outer -- MO M To MO Z Pavement & Guardrail Upgrades Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-16

51 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6806P- 18/ Franklin 6807W- 18/ St. 6807X- 18/ Multi- -M Project -- Description MO HH -- Over Calvey Creek nt ( R0238) US N/O Big Bend Blvd To Barracksview Rd Pavement & ADA ion Plan I US 67 To MO 141 Pavement Preservation & Guardrail Upgrades Investment Type Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Rural Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Interstate 2025 Yes Reconstruct ion/ nt ( 6807Z- MO US 67 To Maline 18/ St. Creek Sealing (Seven Expressw s) Lanes) ay 2025 Yes / Regional- M / Regional- M 6811S- 18/ St. Various - ADA ion Plan Impr. (22) -- At Various Locations ADA ion Plan ts Various - Safety (22) -- At Various Locations Safety Projects I At James S Mcdonnell Blvd And Lambert Intl Blvd Repair ( A4226 & A4282) Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n N/A 2025 Operations N/A 2025 Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-17

52 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6852L- 18/ St. Charles 6852O- 18/ Franklin 6852Q- 18/ Franklin Project -- Description I Lake Saint Blvd To MO K Pavement MO MM -- MO 100 To MO T Pavement, Curve Corrections, Replace Culvert, Guardrail Upgrade MO OO -- MO 100 To First Street Pavement, Guardrail Upgrade, Pipe nt, Upgrade Ped Investment Type Functional Class Interstate 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes 6887E- 19/ Various -- out Jefferson Add Jefferson Chevrons To Curves Operations N/A 2020 I At Various Ramp Locations out The St. 6887F- District Adding Signing 19/ Multi- And Striping For Wrong Way -M Counter-Measures Operations Interstate 2020 Yes I At Various Ramp Locations out St. 6887G- District Adding Signing 19/ Multi- -M 6887H- 21/ Multi- -M 6887I-19/ Multi- -M 6887J- 19/ Multi- -M And Striping For Wrong Way Counter-Measures Various -- At Various Locations out The St. District Curve Safety ts Various -- On Various Routes In Jefferson And Franklin Counties Add Reflective Back-Plates To Signals Various -- At Various Locations On-Call Work Zone Enforcement Operations Interstate 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Operations N/A 2020 Operations N/A 2020 Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-18

53 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6887K- 20/ Multi- -M 6887L- 19/ Franklin 6887M- 19/ St. Project -- Description Various -- At Various Locations On-Call Work Zone Enforcement I At US 50 Upgrade Lighting & Guardrail MO D -- Schuetz Rd To US 67 & Dorsett Rd: Millpark Dr To MO D Pavement Investment Type Functional Class Operations N/A 2020 Off way Operations Interstate 2020 Yes Expressw ay 2020 Yes Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes I At Midland Blvd & 6887N- Lackland Rd 19/ St. Rehabilitation (s A3173,A3602) Concrete Pavement Repair O- At Various Locations In The 19/ Multi- St. District Job Order -M Contracting Interstate P- 19/ Multi- -M 6887Q- 19/ Multi- -M 6887R- 19/ Franklin Asphalt Pavement Repair -- At Various Locations In Franklin And Jefferson Counties Job Order Contracting Asphalt Pavement Repair -- At Various Locations In St., St. City, And St Charles Counties Job Order Contracting MO AJ -- From MO YY To US 50 Pavement Interstate 2020 Interstate 2020 Collector 2025 Yes Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-19

54 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping 6887T- 19/ Multi- -M 6887U- 19/ Multi- -M Project -- Description Fence Repair -- At Various Locations out The St. District Job Order Contracting For Fence Repair Guardcable Repair -- At Various Locations In The St. District Job Order Contracting For Guardcable Investment Type Functional Class Operations N/A 2020 Operations N/A 2020 Maintenan ce At Various Locations Guardrail -- Various Locations 6887V- In St. City And St. 19/ Multi- Job Order Contracting -M For Guardrail Operations N/A 2020 I-70 Outer -- Wentzville 6887W- Pkwy To MO T Pavement 19/ St. & Guardrail Charles Upgrades Collector 2025 Yes Project Administration O- Enhanced Mobility -- Project Improveme 19/ Multi- Administration For 5310 nt - -M Projects FY18 Paratransit N/A B- 19/ Franklin 6892M- 19/ St. 6892N- 19/ St. MO TT -- Commercial Ave To Mill Hill Pavement, Guardrail Upgrade, Culvert nt MO rth Hanley Rd To Lucas-Hunt Rd Great Streets And Safety Study MO US 67 To River City Blvd Pavement & ADA ion Plan ts Operations Collector 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Arterial 2025 Yes Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-20

55 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping 6892O- 19/ Franklin 6892Q- 19/ Jefferson 6892R- 19/ Jefferson Project -- Description MO AF -- MO 185 & I-44 Ramps In Sullivan Adding Signals And Lighting US At Castle Acres Rd & River Cement Rd Near Selma Safety ts US From US 67 To MO M Pavement, Guardrail Upgrade, ADA ion Investment Type Operations Reconstruct ion ( Lanes) Functional Class Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes MO WW -- Crawford Co. Line 6892S- 19/ Franklin To I-44 Pavement & Shoulders (Project Extends To Central Dist.) Collector 2025 Yes American Lung Saint Regional Clean Associati Air Partnership -- Metro St. on/ Area - Outreach - 19/ Multi- Education - Promotion Of State Gateway Guide - Ozone Alert Education N/A 2025 O'Fallon/ / St. Charles O'Fallon/ 6934I-22/ St. Clair Pacific/ / Franklin Sauget/ 6934J- 22/ St. Clair Main St, Phase 1 -- Pitman St To S/O Railroad Tracks - Curb Ramps - Sidewalks Seven Hills -- Old Troy Rd To State St/Old Vincennes - Curb Ramps Denton -- Over Brush Creek Replace - Sidewalk (6') Sauget Business Boulevard -- Curtiss-Steinberg Dr To Mousette Ln Lighting - Guardrail Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Operations Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-21

56 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Investment Functional Project -- Description Type Class Shiloh Station, Phase 8 -- Appr. 460' S/O Fern Glen Reconstruct Shiloh/ Preserve To 1130' N/O ion ( 6934K- Johnson Rd on - Urban 22/ St. Shared Use Path (8') - Curb & Clair Gutter Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes Reconstruct ion/ Geraldine Avenue -- nt ( St. Ann/ Over Coldwater Creek / Replace - Sidewalk Local St. (5') Lanes) 2025 Reconstruct ion/ St. Charles/ Zumbehl Rd -- Over Cole nt ( 6922B- Creek Replace Culvert - 20/ St. Shared Use Path (10') - Charles Sidewalk (5') Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes St. Charles/ 6931B- Bus nt -- Replace 20/ St. 3 Buses St. Charles Area Improveme Charles nt - N/A 2020 St. Clair District/ 6935I-19/ St. Clair St. Clair / 6574I-21/ St. Clair St. Clair / 6934L- 22/ St. Clair St. Clair/ / Franklin Driving Ridership -- Boundaries Of St. Clair, IL - Rider Recruitment Try & Ride Program - Two Year Outreach Education N/A 2020 Thouvenot Ln -- Over Tributary To Richland Creek Replace Old Collinsville -- Ashland Ave To Lebanon Ave Concrete Joint Repair Kitchell Avenue -- Commercial Ave To Main St - Sidewalks (5' S. Side/6' N. Side) Reconstruct ion/ nt ( Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Local - t Included In Modeling Network Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-22

57 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) St. / 6905A- 20/ St. Investment Type Functional Class Project -- Description Mason Clayton Rd To 100' N/O Mason Ridge Rd - Shared Use Path (8') - Curb Ramps Collector 2025 Yes Reconstruct ion/ St. / nt ( 6905B- Heintz -- Over Urban 20/ St. Mattese Creek Replace - Sidewalk (6') Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes Reconstruct ion/ St. / J.S. Mcdonnell Blvd -- nt ( 6905C- Over Coldwater Creek 20/ St. Replace - Shoulder Principal (5'/3') Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes St. / Chesterfield Pkwy West 6905D- (South) I-64 To 22/ St. Clarkson Rd - Curb Ramps Collector 2025 Yes St. / Kingsland Avenue E- Olive Blvd (MO 340) To 20/ St. Delmar Blvd - Curb Ramps Collector 2025 Yes St. / Midland Blvd (East) F- Woodson Rd To rth & 22/ St. South Rd - Curb Ramps Arterial 2025 Yes St. / 6905G- 22/ St. St. / 6905H- 22/ St. St. / 6905I-22/ St. St. / 6905J- 22/ St. N. Elizabeth Avenue Pershall Rd To Chambers Rd - Curb Ramps New Ballwin Twigwood Dr To Oak Leaf Manor Ct - Curb Ramps Vernon Avenue Midland Blvd To City Of St. Line - Curb Ramps Weidman Turtle Cove Dr To Manchester Rd (MO 100) - Curb Ramps Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-23

58 Table A-1 New Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Troy/ 6934M- 22/ Madison Valley Park/ / St. Washingt on/ / Franklin Project -- Description West Clay Street, Phase 3 -- N. Main St To Hickory St on - Sidewalks (5') St. Avenue/Beckett/Marshall, Phase 3 -- MO 141 To 3rd St Reconstruct: Rr To 3rd; Resurf: RR To Sidewalks (5') Third Street -- MO 47 To Jefferson St - Sidewalk (5') Investment Type Reconstruct ion ( Lanes) Reconstruct ion ( Lanes) Functional Class Urban Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Wood River/ 6890E- Wood River Streetscape, Phase 2 -- Ferguson Ave Streetscape 18/ From 2nd St To E/O 1st St /Landscapin Madison Streetscape g Wood River/ Wood River Avenue, Phase N- -- Ferguson Ave To 75' S/O 22/ Eckhard Ave - Madison Curb Ramps Collector 2025 Collector 2025 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-24

59 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 ro/ / St. City ment/ter minal RR/ 6831A- 19/ Multi- -I Project -- Description Central Corridor Enhancement -- Construct New MetroLink Station At Boyle; Expand Cwe MetroLink Stn; Bike Trail In Cortex Locomotive Reftrofit: Mother- Slug Set -- Retrofit Two Locomotives Into One Mother-Slug Set Located In n-attainment Area Switching Yard Davis St. Ferry -- At I New Interchange SAFETEA-LU Earmark - Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 Yes Related t N/A 2020 New / (Adding SOV Capacity) Dupo/ / St. Clair Sec # 26 Troy Signal Edwards Interconnect -- Montclaire ville/ Ave To Cottonwood Rd / Signal Upgrades - Madison Optimization Operations Adding IDOT/ / IL 3 -- Cahokia To Venice Lanes to Long Range Plan - Connect Multi- -I IDOT/ 6062A- 35/ Multi- -I IDOT/ / Madison IDOT/ 6068A- 45/ Madison IDOT/ / Multi- State IDOT/ / Multi- State Relocate, Construct Four- Lane way IL 3 -- Cahokia To Venice Relocate, Construct Four- Lane way I IL 111 To Mississippi River Improve Interstate And Interchanges I IL 111 To Mississippi River Improve Interstate And Interchanges I Over Mississippi River Replace I Over Mississippi River Preliminary Engineering Existing Adding Lanes to Existing Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2035 Yes Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2035 Yes Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2045 Yes Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2025 Yes Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2020 Yes Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-25

60 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect Loop Trolley TDD/ / St. City 5123B- 13/ Franklin / St. Project -- Description Delmar, Debaliviere & Loop Trolley Infrastructure -- Resurface Delmar/Debaliviere, Install Track To Maint. Facility, Lighting, Trolley Car Rehab, Signal Interconnect I Pin Oak Creek To MO 100 West Pavement ts I McDonnell To Hanley/Graham Improve Interstate And Interchange Investment Type t - Adding Lanes to Existing Functional Class Arterial 2020 Yes Interstate 2025 Yes Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2025 Yes Adding I Hanley/Graham To 6050A- Old Halls Ferry Lanes to 30/ St. Improve Interstate, Existing Interchanges, & Outer Rds Interstate 2025 Yes Adding I Old Halls Ferry To 6050B- Hanley/Graham Improve Lanes to 35/ St. Interstate;Interchanges; Existing ed2045 Outer s Interstate 2035 Yes Long Adding Range Plan C- I Mcdonnell To MO Lanes to Connect 35/ St. 370 Improve Interstate And Existing ed2045 Interchanges Interstate 2035 Yes Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed D- 35/ St. 6050E- 35/ Multi- - M 6050F- 45/ St. 6050G- 45/ St. I Old Halls Ferry Rd To Bellefontaine Rd Improve Interchange I Bellefn - Riverview - Rehab Pavement/s; Add Capacity Modify Interchanges And Outer s I Dorsett To MO 370 Improve Interchange I I-44 To MO 30 Improve Corridor; Add Capacity Operations Interstate 2035 Yes Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2035 Yes Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2045 Yes Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2045 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-26

61 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Investment Functional Project -- Description Type Class I Pavement,, & ADA Trans. Plan on ( ts-i270 rth On 6050I-17/ Disconnected Segments - St. Potential Design Build Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes Long Adding Range Plan / I MO 94 To MO 370 Lanes to Connect St. Rehab Pavement; Improve Existing ed2045 Charles Interchanges; Add Lanes Interstate 2025 Yes Long Adding Range Plan A- I MO 94 To MO 370 Lanes to Connect 35/ St. Rehab Pavement; Improve Existing ed2045 Charles Interchanges; Add Lanes Interstate 2035 Yes Long Adding Range Plan A- Lanes to Connect 35/ St. I Geyer To MO 141 Existing ed2045 Replace s Interstate 2035 Yes Long Adding Range I MO Z To US 67 Plan - Rehab Pavement/s; Lanes to Connect / Impr Interchanges; Add Existing ed2045 Jefferson Lanes Interstate 2045 Yes Long Adding Range Plan / I th To Jefferson Lanes to Connect St. (22nd) Revise Interchange - Existing ed2045 City Upgrade 22nd To Parkway Interstate 2025 Yes Long Adding Range Plan / MO H (Riverview) -- I-270 To Lanes to Connect St. Hall Street Upgrade To Existing Principal ed2045 City Parkway Arterial 2035 Yes Long New / Range I Carondelet To Plan / Germania Construct New (Adding Connect St. s Over River Des SOV ed2045 City Peres Capacity) Interstate 2045 Yes Long Adding Range / Plan - Multi- I Murdoch To Lanes to Connect - Shrewsbury Improve Existing ed2045 M Interchange Interstate 2045 Yes Long Adding Range 6088A- Plan - 35/ St. Lanes to Connect I Sixth St Ramp Existing ed2045 City Construct Split Final Interstate 2035 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-27

62 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Investment Type Functional Class Adding Lanes to Existing Interstate 2035 Yes Project -- Description Long Range Plan / Connect St. I MO K To I-70 Add ed2045 Charles Capacity Signal Optimization MO 141: MO 370-US 61; MO 6758F- 340: Ferg-Manch; I-44 Int: 19/ Multi- Six Flags-MO 185; I-55 - Interchanges: 7th-Mcnutt; M MO K: I-70-I-64 Operations Signal Optimization MO 141: MO 370-US 61; MO 6758FF- 340: Ferg-Manch; I-44 Int: 18/ Multi- Six Flags-MO 185; I-55 - Interchanges: 7th-Mcnutt; M MO K: I-70-I-64 Operations New / MO At Gutermuth Rd 6830AA- Payment To St. Charles (Adding 18/ St. For Adding SOV Charles Interchange Capacity) New / n- O'Fallon/ Federally 6099D- Paul Renard Blvd Ext, Ph. 2 - (Adding Funded 16/ St. - Sommers Rd To E Of SOV Project Charles Country Trail Dr New Capacity) New / n- O'Fallon/ Federally 6099G- West Elm St Ext -- Main St (Adding Funded 16/ St. To 0.2 Mi West New Two SOV Project Charles Lane Capacity) St. Gateway Green Light, Phase Charles 4 -- Various Rds In St. / Charles Co - Travel Time / Detectors, Count Stns, Ptz Intelligent St. Cameras, Dynamic Msg Transportati Charles Signs, Fiberoptic on Systems St. Charles / / St. Charles St. Charles / 6830A- 20/ St. Charles Gateway Green Light, Phase 5 -- Various Rds In St. Charles Co - Travel Time Detectors, Count Stns, Ptz Cameras, Upgrade Video Detection Dynamic Msg MO At Gutermuth Rd New Interchange Intelligent Transportati on Systems New / (Adding SOV Capacity) Expressw ay 2020 Yes Expressw ay 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-28

63 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) n- Federally Funded Project n- Federally Funded Project n- Federally Funded Project Duello, Phase 2 -- Peruque Creek To South 0.89 Miles Build East Of Duello Elem School Capacity) New / St. Clair Frank Scott Pwy (FAU 9256) / -- Cross St In Shiloh To (Adding / Wherry Rd SAFETEA-LU SOV St. Clair Earmark Sec # 2111 Capacity) St. Clair Adding / Frank Scott Parkway -- Old 7064A- Collinsville Rd To Green Lanes to 16/ St. Mount Rd Widen Two To Existing Clair Four Lns - Add Twtl n- Federally Funded Project Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 St. Charles / 6841A- 19/ St. Charles St. Charles / 7025A- 13/ St. Charles St. Charles / / St. Charles Project -- Description Gateway Green Light, Phase 6 -- Various Rds In St. Charles Co - Ptz Cameras, Travel Time Detectors, Fiber, Atms, Signal Optimizations Interstate Drive, Phase 4 -- Hepperman To 0.6 Mi West Build New 2 Lane Investment Type Operations New / (Adding SOV Capacity) New / (Adding SOV Functional Class Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Yes St. Clair / 7064B- 16/ St. Clair St. / 6834D- 21/ St. St. / 6833B- 20/ St. City St. / / St. City Wentzvill e/ / St. Charles rth Green Mount -- Frank Scott Pkwy To IL 161 Widen Two To Four Lns - Add Twtl Creve Coeur Mill Prichard Farm Rd To Approx 350' W/O Mckelvey Rd. - Slab nt - Fiberoptic 7th Street -- Washington Ave To Walnut St Replace Signals - Signal Interconnection Jefferson Avenue Signals And Interconnect -- Market St To Natural Ave Replace Signals - Signal Interconnection David Hoekel Parkway, Phase 2 -- Proposed Interstate Dr To Meyer Rd New Four Lane /Interchange At I-70 Adding Lanes to Existing Operations Operations New / (Adding SOV Capacity) Collector 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-29

64 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) t t t t t t Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Wentzvill e/ 6100A- 35/ St. Charles Wentzvill e/ 6100B- 35/ St. Charles Wentzvill e/ 6100C- 45/ St. Charles Belleville/ / St. Clair Project -- Description David Hoekel Parkway, Phase 3 -- N. Point Prairie To Peine Rd New Four Lane David Hoekel Parkway, Phase 4 -- Meyer Rd To N. Point Prairie Rd New Four Lane David Hoekel Parkway, Phase 5 -- Jackson Rd To Proposed Interstate Dr New Four Lane South Belt East -- At Freeburg Ave (IL 13) Construct Roundabout Investment Type New / (Adding SOV Capacity) New / (Adding SOV Capacity) New / (Adding SOV Capacity) Functional Class Arterial 2035 Yes Arterial 2035 Yes Arterial 2045 Yes Operations Arterial 2020 Yes ro/ / St. Downtown Center -- 14th And Spruce Streets, St. City, MO t - N/A 2020 Yes ro/ 5837A- 15/ St. City Downtown Center -- ro/ 5922D- 16/ St. Fairview Heights/ / St. Clair Fairview Heights/ / St. Clair rth Center, Phases 1 & 2 -- Market Place -- At Commerce Ln Roundabout - Sidewalks Market Place, Phase ' E/O Commerce Dr To 200' W/ Of Dsw/Kimco Entr. - Sidewalk (6') - Rd Diet (4 To 2 Lns) - Bk Ln t - N/A 2020 Yes t - N/A 2025 Operations Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-30

65 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) t t t t t t t t t IDOT/ 6886K- 19/ St. Clair IDOT/ 6886L- 19/ Madison Jefferson / 6730G- 18/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6821J- 19/ Jefferson Lake Project -- Description IL Over Kaskaskia River W/O New Athens Painting I Over Collinsville Rd Painting Investment Type Functional Class on/ nt ( Principal Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes Seckman -- Old Lemay Pedestrian Ferry Rd To 0.33 Miles East Facilities - Roundabout - Sidewalks (5') Constructio - Pedestrian ts n Seckman, Phase 2 -- Seckman H.S. Entrance To 275' W/O Seckman Spring Dr Construct Roundabout At Seckman Hs - Sidewalk (5') Operations Saint Lake Saint Blvd / / St. Charles Madison District/ / Madison Madison District/ 6667N- 18/ Madison Maryville/ / Madison 2606D- 11/ Multi- - M Roundabout -- At Veterans Memorial Pkwy & I-70 Eb On/Off Ramps Construct Roundabout - Sidewalk (6') Mct Operations Center/Safety Enhancements -- East Gate Park & Ride -- Lot Acquisition - Construction IL At Keebler Rd Roundabout - Sidewalk I Payback For 6I0978 (I- 64 Corridor) $13.5 Million Per Year From Operations Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 Yes Operations Principal Arterial 2020 Yes on ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Payment Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-31

66 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) t t t t t t t t t t 3479Z- 11/ Multi- State Project -- Description I-70 - New Mississippi River -- GARVEE Payback For The Mississippi River 2025 Investment Type Functional Class New / (Adding SOV Capacity) Interstate 2025 Payment on/ nt ( Lanes) N/A 2035 Payment / Multi- - M Various -- Payback For Safe And Sound (800 s) $1.273 Million/Year Until 2033 Long Range Plan H- Connect 45/ St. I MO D Interchange ed2045 Revise Interchange Ramps Operations Interstate 2045 Yes Long Range Plan / I Grand/Market Connect St. Interchange Revise ed2045 City Interchange Operations Interstate 2025 Long Range Plan - Connect / I At MO D Improve Yes ed2045 St. Interchange Operations Interstate 2035 Yes Long Range Plan - Connect / I Scudder To Airport ed2045 St. Rd Improve Interchanges Operations Interstate 2035 Yes 6496A- 17/ Jefferson 6626A- 17/ Jefferson 6676A- 20/ Multi- State 6699D- 18/ Multi- - M MO Z -- way ts From East Of I-55 To US 61/67 Payment To City Of Pevely MO Cajun Dr To MO H Payment To City Of Desoto US Payment To IDOT Deck Drainage Extension nt On Clark Various -- At Various Locations ITS ts - Closed Circuit Television Systems on/ nt ( Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Payment Operation s Budget Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-32

67 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) t t t t t t t t t 6699E- 18/ Multi- - M 6702A- 19/ Multi- - M Project -- Description Various -- At Various Locations ITS ts, Dynamic Message Signs Various -- In St. District Emergency Response Operations And Staff Investment Type Functional Class Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Operations Interstate B- 19/ Multi- - M Various -- TMC Building ITS Operations, MoDOT Staff, Equipment Maintenance And TMC Operations Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A C- 19/ Multi- Various -- TMC Building ITS Intelligent - Operations, Contract Staffing Transportati M Professional Services At Tmc on Systems N/A D- 19/ Multi- Various -- St District Intelligent - M 6702E- 19/ Multi- - M 6703A- 20/ Multi- - M 6703B- 20/ Multi- - M 6703C- 20/ Multi- - M ITS Maintenance And Operations Various -- In St. District ITS System Preservation, Repairs, And Upgrades Various -- In St. District Emergency Response Operations And Staff Various -- TMC Building ITS Operations, MoDOT Staff Equipment Maintenance And TMC Operations Various -- TMC Building ITS Operations, Contract Staffing And Professional Services At Tmc Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-33

68 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) t t t t t t t t t - Scoping 6703D- 20/ Multi- - M 6703E- 20/ Multi- - M Project -- Description Various -- St District ITS Maintenance And Operations Various -- In St. District ITS System Preservation, Repairs And Upgrades Regional ITS Data Sharing Initiative, Phase 1 -- Implement Data Sharing And Incident Data Exchange Between MoDOT And St Charles Regional ITS Data Sharing Initiative, Phase 1 -- Implement Data Sharing And Incident Data Exchange Between MoDOT And St Charles Investment Type Functional Class Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A B- 18/ St. Charles Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A BB- Intelligent 18/ St. Transportati Charles on Systems N/A 2020 on/ 6804BB- 21/ Multi- State 6806F- 18/ St. Charles 6806T- 18/ Multi- - M 6806W- 21/ Multi- - M 6806X- 21/ Multi- - M I On The Chain Of Rocks Payment To IDOT For Deck Sealing (A0890) I I-70 To MO 94 Pavement ts Various -- In St. District ITS ts To Dynamic Message Signs Various -- TMC Building Payment For Advanced Management System Maintenance Contract Consult Various -- In St. District ITS System Preservation, Repairs, And Upgrades nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Operation s Budget Interstate 2025 Yes Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Payment Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-34

69 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) t t t t t t t t t 6806Y- 21/ Multi- - M 6806Z- 21/ Multi- - M Project -- Description Various -- St District ITS Maintenance And Operations Various -- TMC Building ITS Operations, Contract Staffing And Professional Services Investment Type Functional Class Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2025 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A A- 21/ Multi- - M Various -- TMC Building ITS Operations, MoDOT Staff, Equipment Maintenance & TMC Operations Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A B- 21/ Multi- Various -- In St. District Intelligent - Emergency Response Transportati M Operations And Staff on Systems N/A 2025 Various -- TMC Building 6807C- Payment For Advanced 20/ Multi- Management System Intelligent - Maintenance Contract Transportati M 6807D- 19/ Multi- - M / St. 6844B- 19/ St. 6844C- 20/ St. Consult Various -- TMC Building Payment For Advanced Management System Maintenance Contract Consult I-270 rth on Motorist Assist - A -- I-270: I- 70 To MO H; US 67: I-270 To Ms River; MO 367 : US 67 To I-270; MO AC: US 67 To I-270 I-270 rth on Motorist Assist - B -- I-270: I- 70 To MO H; US 67: I-270 To Ms River; MO 367 : US 67 To I-270; MO AC: US 67 To I-270 I-270 rth on Motorist Assist - C -- I-270: I- 70 To MO H; US 67: I-270 To Ms River; MO 367 : US 67 To I-270; MO AC: US 67 To I-270 on Systems N/A 2020 Intelligent Transportati on Systems N/A 2020 Operations Interstate 2020 Operations Interstate 2020 Operations Interstate 2025 Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Operation s Budget Payment Payment Off way Off way Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-35

70 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) t t t t t t t t t t 6887B- 19/ Jefferson 6887C- 19/ Jefferson Project -- Description MO B/W Rivermont Trl & Local Hillsboro Rd Add J Turn And Acceleration Lane I MO A To US 67 Add Southbound Auxiliary Lane Investment Type Functional Class on ( Principal Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes on ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes on ( Lanes) 6887D- 19/ Jefferson US Ft N/O To 600 Ft S/O Bauman Dr Add Turn Lane & ADA ion Plan Principal Arterial 2025 Yes n- O'Fallon/ Federally 6099A- Bramblett Rd, Ph 1 -- Funded 16/ St. Bramblett Hills To 0.3 Mi Project Charles rth Add Center Turn Lane Operations Collector 2020 Yes St. Charles / / St. MO N -- At MO Z Intersection Charles ts Operations Arterial 2025 Yes St. / 6764E- 17/ St. St. / 6834A- 19/ St. St. / 6850A- 18/ St. St. / / St. City St. / / St. City Westport Plaza Drive Intersection ts -- Glenmeade Dr To Page Ave New Signal At Westport Ent; Two Way Turn Lane US 67 (Lindbergh) -- At MO 340 (Olive) - Sidewalk (6') South Side Of 340 Replace Cloverleaf With Folded Diamond Interchange 2019 ITS Advanced Detection ts Intersections out rth And Central Dr. Martin Luther King Dr -- Newstead Ave To Vandeventer Ave Lighting - Signal Interconnect- Signal ts Hall Street, Phase 1 -- E. Grand Ave To Adelaide Ave on - Sidewalk (5') - Rd Diet (4 To 2 Ln) Operations Operations Operations Operations on ( Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-36

71 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) t t Troy/ 6831F- 18/ Madison Wentzvill e/ / St. Charles Alton/ / Madison Project -- Description IL At Old Troy Construct Roundabout Wentzville Parkway Turnlane -- Schroeder Creek Blvd To Meyer Two Way Turn Lane - Shared Use Path (10') Gordon Moore Park Rd -- At IL 140 Right Turn Lane - Intersection ts Tenbrook / Fox Schools Exit -- At Jeffco Blvd (US 61/67) Left Turn Lanes - Sidewalk - Intersection t Union Hill -- At Longacre Dr Replace Stop Controlled Intersection With Signals Investment Type Operations Operations Operations Functional Class Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Local 2020 Arnold/ / Jefferson Operations Fairview Heights/ / St. Clair Operations IDOT/ 6640A- US At Spring Valley Rd 19/ Intersection on - Madison Payment To Troy Operations IDOT/ / St. Clair Lebanon/ 6831C- 18/ St. Clair 6758C- 17/ St. City 6758CC- 18/ St. City 6788T- 17/ St. I At IL Utility Relocation nt - Diamond Interchange US At IL 4 (South Intersection) Install Signal MO H -- At Riverview Construct Green-T - Rebuild Signal MO H -- At Riverview Construct Green-T - Rebuild Signal MO I-270 To Pennridge Intersection And Lane Reconfiguration Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes Operations Operations Operations Operations Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-37

72 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) TT- 19/ St / St. 6845A- 18/ St. Project -- Description MO I-270 To Pennridge Dual Left Ln At Pennridge - Channelization MO 141 (Nb) -- At MO 364 Lengthen Right Turn Lane To Eb/Wb MO 364 Ramp MO 141 (Nb) -- At MO 364 Lengthen Right Turn Lane To Eb/Wb MO 364 Ramp MO At MO Dual Left Turn At Wb Off Ramp Dual Lft/Rt Turn Ln On Eb Investment Type Operations Operations Operations Functional Class Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Expressw ay 2020 Yes Expressw ay 2020 Yes / St. Off Ramp & Extend Merge Operations Expressw ay 2020 Yes MO At MO Dual 6846A- Left Turn At Wb Off Ramp 18/ St. Dual Lft/Rt Turn Ln On Eb Expressw Off Ramp & Extend Merge Operations ay 2020 Yes 6852I-18/ MO At MO CC - Scoping St. Intersection ts Operations Arterial 2025 Yes 6853E- I Riverview Blvd 18/ St. Interchange Modify Interchange Configuration - Scoping City (s A1024 & A1025) Operations Interstate 2025 Yes O'Fallon/ Highway At Old / Collinsville Intersection St. Clair ts Operations Arterial 2020 Yes Pagedale / / St. Sauget/ / St. Clair Sauget/ / St. Clair Sauget/ / St. Clair Sauget/ 6831E- 18/ St. Clair St. Charles / 6841B- 19/ St. Charles Page Avenue (MO D) -- At Ferguson Avenue Crosswalk/Intersection ts - Sidewalks Curtiss Steinburg -- At Sauget Industrial Parkway IL 3 -- At Queeny Ave Extended Right Turn Lane IL 3/Merge On Queeny IL 3 -- At Monsanto Ave Dual Left From Sb IL 3 To Monsanto Queeny Ave -- At Falling Springs Rd Left Turn Ln MO I-70 To Portwest Dr Intersection ts - Signal Optimization Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Operations Operations Operations Operations Operations Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-38

73 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Investment Type Functional Class St. West Clay St & Droste Charles/ Intersection -- Duchesne Dr / To West Of First Capitol Dr St. - Base Repairs - Charles Shared Use Path (8') Arterial 2020 Yes St. / 6850B- 20/ St. Berry Rd -- At Big Bend Intersection ts Operations Arterial 2020 Yes St. Peters/ Salt River Rd -- At / Arrowhead Industrial Blvd St. Intersection ts - Charles Replace Signal Operations Arterial 2020 Yes Troy/ US At Spring Valley / Install Signal - Principal Madison Intersection ts Operations Arterial 2020 Yes All About Family/ 6710A- 16/ Multi- Operating Assistance -- Operating - Three Years Operating Assistance - M Assistance N/A 2020 Washington Avenue -- Alton/ College Avenue (IL 140) To / 130 Ft rth Of Salu St Madison Alton/ / Madison Alton/ 6865A- 18/ Madison Amanda Luckett Murphy Hopewell Center/ 6888D- 18/ Multi- - M Ballwin/ / St. - Curb Ramps State Street ' S/O Rozier St To 300' N/O Delmar Ave & Belle St Int. - Curb Ramps Lovejoy Elementary And Alton Middle SRTS -- College: Pleasant To Holman; Johnson: Tremont To College; Rock Springs: College To S/O Memorial Dr Vehicle Acquisition -- Two (2) Wide Body Cutaways nt Holloway -- Manchester Rd (MO 100) To Baxter Rd Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Collector 2025 Yes Operating Assistanc e Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-39

74 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Belleville/ 5363A- 14/ St. Clair Project -- Description West Belleville Bike Trail, Phase 2 -- Wesley Dr To S 52nd St Investment Type Functional Class Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n N/A 2020 Belleville/ / St. Clair West Main Street -- 6th Street To 17th Street Streetscape Streetscape/ Landscapin g Centreville Avenue -- St. Belleville/ Clair Ave To W. Washington / St - Curb Ramps St. Clair - Add Bike Lanes Belleville/ West Main Street -- 17th / Street To 28th Street St. Clair - Curb Ramps Belleville/ Lebanon Avenue -- F St To / IL 161 Excluding MetroLink St. Clair Overpass rth Prairie Street, Phase 1 -- Corbin St To Williams St Bethalto/ - Sidewalk / Widen Pavement - Curb & Madison Gutter ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ 4099A- 08/ Multi- State ro/ 4099B- 14/ Multi- State ro/ 4099C- 14/ Multi- State Bus Stop Enhancements -- ADA Access Repairs/Sign nt MetroLink Alignment Maint -- Structure Repairs On Right Of Way MetroLink Alignment Maintenance -- MetroLink Alignment Maint -- Structure Repairs On Right Of Way Bike/Ped Facilities Arterial 2020 Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-40

75 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Illustrativ e Illustrativ e ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- State Project -- Description Information Technology Projects -- Operations Support Systems Validators/Fareboxes -- Fare Collection System Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Revenue Vehicles -- Van nt Radio Communications-Fed Formula -- Radio System,Cad/Avl t - N/A 2020 Radio Communications- ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- State Fixed Guideway -- Radio Communications Cad/Avl(Fy06/07/08 Fxdgw) Revenue Vehicles -- Bus nt Program Revenue Vehicles -- Call-A- Ride Vans Signs And Shelters -- Signs, Shelters & Enhancements - MO & IL t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 t - Paratransit N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-41

76 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- State Project -- Description Structural Repairs -- MetroLink Rehabilitation MetroLink Substation -- Water Mitigation & Rehab Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Revenue Vehicles -- Call-A- Ride Van nt t - N/A 2020 IT System Upgrades -- It Systems Upgrades/nts t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- - Revenue Vehicles -- Call-A- M Ride Vans t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ 5059C- 12/ Multi- State ro/ / Multi- State Revenue Vehicles -- Bus nt Program MetroLink Right Of Way ts -- MetroLink Alignment & Station ts -- t - N/A 2020 t - Arterial 2020 t - N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-42

77 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ / Multi- State ro/ 5171B- 17/ Multi- State ro/ / St. City ro/ 5172A- 14/ St. Project -- Description MetroLink Slope Stability -- Slope Stability/Drainage/Culvert ts MetroLink Slope Stability -- Slope Stability/Drainage/Culvert ts Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Tunnels And s Rehab -- Union Station Tunnel t - N/A 2020 Yes Tunnels And s Rehab -- Union Station, Downtown City Tunnels t - N/A 2020 Yes MetroLink Station ro/ ts -- Facility 10/ Multi- Rehab And Equipment State Upgrade t - N/A 2020 ro/ 5176D- 10/ Multi- State ro/ 5177G- 10/ Multi- State ro/ / St. City Program Administration -- Section 5316 (Job Access Reverse Commute) FY Jarc Program Administration -- Section 5317 (New Freedom) FY New Freedom Tunnel & Interlocking Rehab -- MetroLink Rehabilitation t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-43

78 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ 5527A- 12/ Multi- - M ro/ / St. City ro/ 5596A- 15/ St. City ro/ / Multi- Project -- Description ADA Bus Stop Enhancements -- Updating 200 Bus Stops To Exceed ADA Compliance out Missouri System Union Station Tunnel Rehab -- Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Yes Tunnels And s Rehab -- Union Station Tunnel t - N/A 2020 Yes n-revenue Vehicle State nt -- t - N/A 2020 ro/ Asset Management 12/ Multi- Program -- And - Implement Agency-Wide M Asset Management System t - N/A 2020 ro/ 5677A- 14/ Multi- State ro/ / St. Lrv Upgrades And Equipment -- Light Rail Vehicle ts Revenue Vehicles -- Bus nt Program t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-44

79 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / St. City ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- State Project -- Description MetroLink Station ts -- Rail Maintenance Facility ts -- Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Rail Row Maintenance & ts -- t - N/A 2020 n-revenue Vehicle nt -- t - N/A 2020 Facility Security ro/ ts -- CCTVs, 13/ Multi- Remote Video Systems, State Guard Shelters t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- - M Bus/Paratransit Maint Program -- Preventive Maintenance Revenue Vehicles -- Call-A- Ride Vans ro/ 5688A- 16/ Multi- State Program Administration -- t - N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-45

80 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- Project -- Description Information Technology Projects -- Operations Support Systems IT Systems Upgrades -- It Systems Upgrades/nts Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 State Office Equipment -- t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- Shop Equipment -- Multiple State Facilities t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- State Facility ts -- Multiple Facilities Articulated Buses -- Purchase 12 Buses 60' Bus Revenue Vehicle nt -- Call-A-Ride Van nt Program Fifteen Vehicles MetroLink Substation -- Water Mitigation & Rehab t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-46

81 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Illustrativ e Illustrativ e ro/ 5922C- 14/ St. ro/ 5922E- 15/ St. ro/ / St. City ro/ 5925A- 14/ Multi- Project -- Description rth Center, Phase 2 -- Construction Of Bus Garage, Maintenance rth Center, Phase 2 -- Construction Of Bus Garage, Maintenance Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 Forest Park Station Mixed- Use ts -- Transportation Oriented ment (Tod) t - N/A 2025 State Revenue Vehicles -- t - N/A 2020 ro/ 5925B- 16/ Multi- State ro/ 5925C- 14/ Multi- State ro/ 5925D- 16/ Multi- - M Revenue Vehicles -- Bus nt Program Revenue Vehicles -- Bus nt Program Revenue Vehicles -- Call-A- Ride Vans t - N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-47

82 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- State ro/ 5927A- 16/ Multi- State ro/ / St. Clair Project -- Description Signs And Shelters -- Signs, Shelters & Enhancements MetroLink Row ts -- Auxiliary Transformers & Event Recorders Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 MetroLink Row ts -- Facility Rehab And Equipment -- Maintenance Facility Upgrades & Equipment t - N/A 2020 MetroLink Station ro/ / Multi- State ro/ 5929A- 16/ Multi- State ro/ 5930A- 14/ Multi- State ro/ 5930D- 16/ Multi- State ts -- Station Platform Tactile Warning Strip nt - Illinois MetroLink Station ts -- MetroLink Row Maintenance -- s And Tunnels MetroLink Row Maintenance -- Stations And Parking Lots t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 Yes t - N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-48

83 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 ro/ 5930G- 15/ Multi- State ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- State Project -- Description MetroLink Row Maintenance -- MetroLink ts -- Track Rehabilitation Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Administrative Facility ts -- t - N/A 2020 Maintenance Facility ts -- t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- Support Equipment -- State nt And Rehab t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- State ro/ 5987A- 14/ Multi- - M ro/ / Regional Information Systems ts -- Hardware And Software Upgrades And ts Metro Bus Stop Signage nt -- Installation Of Metro Bus Stop Signage With Improved Visability And ADA Compliant Operations -- Maintain Existing System t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Operating Assistance - N/A 2025 Operating Assistanc e Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-49

84 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 ro/ 6091A- 35/ Regional ro/ 6091B- 45/ Regional ro/ / Multi- - Project -- Description Operations -- Maintain Existing System Operations -- Maintain Existing System Investment Type Functional Class Operating Assistance - N/A 2035 Operating Assistance - N/A 2045 Operating Assistanc e M Facility Rehabilitation -- t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- Rail Maintenance Facility State Rehab And Upgrades -- t - N/A 2020 ro/ / Multi- MetroLink Row State ts -- t - N/A 2020 Illustrativ e Illustrativ e ro/ 6441A- 15/ Multi- - M ro/ 6441B- 15/ Multi- - M Bus Rapid Planning -- West Florissant-Natural Brt Design Bus Rapid Planning -- I-64 BRT Design t - N/A 2035 t - N/A 2035 Operating Assistanc e Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-50

85 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ 6533R- 16/ Multi- State ro/ 6534A- 15/ Multi- - M ro/ / Multi- Project -- Description LRV Upgrades And Equipment -- Light Rail Vehicle ts Project Administration Enhanced Mobility -- Project Administration For 5310 Projects FY 13/14 Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Metro Bus Stop Signage nt, Phase 2 -- Installation Of Metro Bus Stop Signage With Improved Visibility And ADA Compliant t - N/A 2020 Bus And Rail Facility ts -- Facility State Upgrades And Equipment t - N/A 2025 ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- State ro/ / Multi- - M ro/ 6623A- 16/ Multi- - M Rail Facility Rehab And Equipment -- Maintenance Facility Upgrades & Equipment Safety And Security Upgrades -- Critical Hardening Program Call-A-Ride Van nt -- Replace Call-A-Ride Vans Bus nt (A) -- Replace 11 Buses t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-51

86 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description ro/ 6623B- 16/ Multi- - Bus nt (B) M -- Replace 11 Buses ro/ / Multi- State Program Administration -- ro/ 6688A- 18/ Multi- LRV Upgrades And State Equipment -- ro/ 6688B- 17/ Multi- LRV Upgrades And Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 Operating Assistance - N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 State Equipment -- t - N/A 2025 ro/ / Multi- State Safety And Security -- t - N/A 2020 ro/ 6709N- 16/ Multi- State ro/ 6710B- 16/ Multi- - M Project Administration Enhanced Mobility -- Project Administration For 5310 Projects FY 15 Metrobus Signage -- Signage At 1400 Bus Stops In Missouri t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-52

87 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ 6716A- 19/ Multi- - M ro/ 6754A- 18/ Multi- - M Project -- Description Call-A-Ride Van nt -- Replace Call-A-Ride Vans Bus nt Replace 22 Buses Investment Type Functional Class t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Accessing Rides To Community Healthcare -- ro/ MetroLink Stations In rth Operating 17/ St. St. Public Assistance - Health Mobile Clinic N/A 2020 rthside-southside Pilot Program For Tod Planning -- ro/ Along Proposed MetroLink 17/ St. Light Rail Line Planning For Operating City ro/ 6794P- 18/ Multi- State ro/ 6794S- 18/ Multi- State ro/ 6796A- 17/ Multi- - M -Oriented ment Project Administration Enhanced Mobility -- Project Administration For 5310 Projects FY 16 Project Administration Enhanced Mobility -- Project Administration For 5310 Projects FY 17 Metro System Wayfinding Assistance - N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-53

88 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Illustrativ e ro/ / St. Clair ro/ 6800A- 18/ St. Clair ro/ 6800B- 18/ St. ro/ / St. Clair Project -- Description Facility Rehabilitation And Equipment -- Facility Rehabilitation And Equipment MetroLink Alignment And Station ts -- MetroLink Alignment And Station ts Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2025 t - N/A 2025 MetroLink Alignment And Station ts -- MetroLink Alignment And Station ts t - N/A 2020 n Revenue Vehicle nt -- n Revenue Vehicle nt t - N/A 2025 ro/ / Multi- State ro/ 6814A- 20/ Multi- - M ro/ 6814B- 20/ Multi- - M Revenue Vehicles -- Bus/Bus Facility Discretionary Call-A-Ride Van nt (B) -- Replace Seven (7) Call-A- Ride Vans Call-A-Ride Van nt (A) -- Replace Eight (8) Call-A- Ride Vans t - N/A 2025 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-54

89 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ro/ 6814C- 19/ Multi- - M ro/ 6814D- 19/ Multi- - M ro/ 6889A- 18/ Multi- - M Project -- Description Bus nt (A) -- Replace 11 Buses Bus nt (B) -- Replace 11 Buses Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2020 Metro System Wayfinding, Phase 3 -- t - N/A 2020 Brentwoo Rosalie Avenue Sidewalk -- Pedestrian d/ Brentwood Blvd To Mary Ave Facilities - Rural 19/ St. Lighting - Sidewalk (5') On Constructio South Side n Collector 2025 Cargill -- IL 3/157 To on ( Cahokia/ Mississippi River Barge Dock / Safetea-Lu Earmark Sec. Local St. Clair 1702 # 3163 Lanes) 2020 Yes Cahokia/ / St. Clair Cardinal Ritter Senior Services/ 6794A- 17/ St. Charles Mousette Lane -- Jerome Ln To Carol St on - Curb Ramps Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Wide Body Cutaway Expansion on ( Lanes) Collector 2020 Yes t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-55

90 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Cardinal Ritter Senior Services/ 6888E- 18/ Multi- - M Caseyvill e/ / St. Clair Project -- Description Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Wide Body Cutaway nt Morris Street, Phase nd Street To N Main St/IL 157 on - Curb Ramps - Sidewalk (4') Investment Type Functional Class t - Paratransit N/A 2020 on ( Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes Challeng e Vehicle Acquistion - Operating Assistance -- 3 Unlimited Low Floored Minivans - Fleet / 6534B- Expansion-1 Lfmv Replace Operating 15/ Multi- Three Year Operating Assistance - -I Assistance N/A 2020 Chesterfi Bicycle eld/ Riparian Trail -- August Hill Facilities / Dr To Old Chesterfield Rd Constructio St. Shared Use Path (10') n N/A 2025 Christian Social Services Of Illinois/ 6810A- 17/ Multi- -I City Seniors/ 6888C- 18/ Multi- - M Clayton/ / St. Clayton/ / St. Collinsvill e/ / Madison Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Mini-Van With Ramp One (1) Light Duty Paratransit With Lift Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Lowered Floor Accessible Mini-Van nt Brentwood Boulevard -- Clayton To Forsyth Blvd Maryland Avenue -- Hanley Rd To Western City Limit (Near Gay) - Curb Ramps Sugar Loaf -- IL 157 To East 1,200 Feet. Reconstruct t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 on ( Lanes) Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Operating Assistanc e Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-56

91 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Collinsvill e/ / Madison Collinsvill e/ / Madison Columbia / / Monroe Project -- Description Sugarloaf,Phase ,150' East Of IL 157 To 1,750 East Of IL 157 on - Sidewalk (5') Eastport Plaza Drive -- Lanter Ct To 360' South Of Eastport Executive Dr Investment Type on ( Lanes) Functional Class Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes South Main Street -- Cherry St To IL 3 Arterial 2020 Yes Columbia Ghent, Phase 1 -- on ( / Palmer Creek To 20/ Christina Ct on - Monroe Sidewalk (5') Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes Columbia Main Street Streetscape, / Phase 2 -- Whiteside St To Streetscape/ 17/ Oak St Streetscape - Landscapin Monroe Calming - Lighting g Arterial 2020 Bolm-Schuhkraft Connector Trail -- Bolm-Schukraft Park Columbia To Monroe - Shared Use Bicycle / 6865B- Path (10') Monroe St: End Of Facilities - 18/ Street To Main St - Sidewalk Constructio Monroe (5') n N/A 2020 Commun ity Living/ 6794C- 17/ St. Charles Commun ity Living/ 6888H- 18/ St. Charles Creve Coeur/ / St. Creve Coeur/ / St. Vehicle Acquisition -- Three (3) Lowered Floor Accessible Minivans - Repl. Three (3) Medium-Roof Long Conversion Vans - Repl. Vehicle Acquisition -- Two (2) Lowered Floor Accessible Mini-Vans Two (2) Medium Roof Long Conversion Vans Emerson -- Old Ballas Rd To 1800' South - Curb And Gutter Fernview Drive -- Gallagher Dr To Olive Blvd t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Collector 2020 Yes Local 2025 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-57

92 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Creve Coeur/ / St. Crystal City/ / Jefferson Project -- Description New Ballas Sidewalk, Phase 2A -- Ladue Rd To 500' N/O Emerald Green Dr (Desmet Hs) Sidewalk (5') Maple Street -- Bailey Rd To Walnut St Upgrade Sidewalks (5') - Lighting Investment Type Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n on ( Lanes) Functional Class Bike/Ped Facilities Collector 2020 Local 2020 Dardenn e Prairie/ / St. Charles Hanley -- Feise To 2300' rth on - Sidewalks (5') Pedestrian De Soto/ MO N (Rock ) Sidewalk Facilities / -- Thomas St To MO 21 Constructio Jefferson Sidewalks (5') n Des Peres/ Bopp -- Manchester Rd / To rthern City Limit St. - Curb Ramps Disability Resourc e Assoc./ 6889B- 18/ Jefferson Disability Resourc e Associati on/ 6796B- 17/ Jefferson East Alton/ / Madison East St. / / St. Clair East St. / / St. Clair Operating Assistance Years Operating Assistance Operating Assistance -- One Year Operating Assistance Franklin Avenue -- IL 140/111 To California Avenue Patching - 26th/25th Street -- Missouri Ave To Lake Blvd (iana Blvd) - Curb Ramps - Sidewalk (5') Collinsville Avenue -- Martin Luther King Dr To Summit Ave - Sidewalk (5-8') - Curb & Gutter Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Collector 2020 Yes Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 Collector 2020 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-58

93 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) East- West Gateway/ / Multi- - M Edmunds on/ / St. Edwards ville/ / Madison Fenton/ / St. Fenton/ / St. Project -- Description MetroLink System-Wide Security Audit -- Phase 1 - Security Audit; Phase 2 - Prioritization, Design, & Implementation Of Phase 1 Recommendations Traverse Lane And Heath Drive Sidewalk -- Traverse: Heath Dr To Edmundson Rd; Heath: Traverse To School - Sidewalk (6') - Lighting N Buchanan Street -- Hillsboro Ave To E Union St - Curb & Gutter Old Gravois, Phase Ferry St To MO 141 Reconstruct - Sidewalk (5') Horan Drive -- Bowles Ave To Larkin Williams Rd Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2020 Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Urban Collector 2020 Collector 2025 Yes Edwards ville/ Bicycle 6865C- IL 157 Multiuse Path -- Mct Facilities - 19/ Nature Trail To Center Grove Constructio Principal Madison Rd Shared Use Path (10') n Arterial 2020 Emmaus Homes/ 6888I-18/ Multi- Vehicle Acquisition -- Three - (3) Lowered Floor Accessible t - M Mini-Vans nt Paratransit N/A 2020 on ( Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes Fenton/ / St. Fenton/ / St. Festus Special District/ / Jefferson - Sidewalks (5') Larkin Williams -- Yarnell Intersection To Wolfner Dr - Pedestrian ts Allen Rd -- Old Highway 141 To Jefferson Line on Meyer -- US 67 To Se Of Watson Rd Overlay on ( Lanes) Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Local 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-59

94 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Festus/ / Jefferson Festus/ / Jefferson Florissan t/ / St. Project -- Description 3Rd Street Sidewalk -- Sunshine Dr To Holly Dr Sidewalk (5') On Both Sides - Lighting Fifth Street Sidewalk -- Westwind Dr To Cromwell Rd Sidewalk (5') - Lighting N Lafayette Street -- Washington St To US 67 - Base Repairs - Add Sidewalks (5') Investment Type Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Functional Class Bike/Ped Facilities Rural Collector 2020 Urban Collector 2020 Collector 2020 Yes Florissan Pedestrian t/ St. Ferdinand Street -- N Facilities - 18/ St. Highway 67 To St. Ferdinand Constructio Park Sidewalk (5') n on/ Franklin / nt ( 5187A- Shawnee Ford - Rural 13/ - Over Bourbeuse River Franklin Replace Lanes) on/ Franklin nt ( / Fiddle Creek / Over Fiddle Creek Replace Franklin (# ) Lanes) Franklin / / Franklin Franklin / / Franklin Ridge -- Over Winsel Creek Replace Boeuf Creek -- Over Branch Of Boeuf Creek (Approx Mi W/O MO 185) Replace on/ nt ( Lanes) on/ nt ( Lanes) Local 2020 Collector 2020 Rural Collector 2020 Local 2025 Rural Collector 2025 Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Local - t Included In Modeling Network Local - t Included In Modeling Network Local - t Included In Modeling Network Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-60

95 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Gateway Chap. Paralyze d Vets Of America/ 6794G- 17/ Multi- - M Project -- Description Investment Type Functional Class t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Wide Body Cutaway nt Clifton Terrace ' Godfrey/ rth Of Mcadams Parkway / (IL 100) To 335' South Of IL Madison 3 Godfrey/ Pearl Street ' West Of / Isabel St To Humbert St Madison - Sidewalk (5') Granite Fehling South -- State City/ Street To Bradley Ave / - Sidewalk Madison Upgrades (5') Granite Johnson -- IL 203 City/ (Nameoki Rd) To Terrace Ln / - Curb & Gutter - Madison Sidewalk (5') Green Mueller -- Lindbergh Park/ Blvd To Green Park Rd / - Upgrade St. Sidewalks (5') Hamel/ / Madison Hartford/ / Madison Hazelwo od/ 6888G- 18/ St. Herculan eum/ / Jefferson Highland/ / Madison Bike Trail Connector -- Hillsboro At Schroeder To Trotter Drive Shared Use Path Delmar Avenue -- Hawthorne St To Rand Ave - Curb Ramps Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Wide Body Cutaway nt St. Joseph Street Sidewalk -- US 61/67 To Joachim Ave Sidewalks (6') - Lighting Broadway Street -- Helvetia Dr To Iberg Rd - Sidewalk Upgrades (5') Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n N/A 2020 Collector 2025 Yes t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Local 2020 Arterial 2025 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-61

96 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Highland/ / Madison Highland/ 6865D- 18/ Madison Project -- Description Broadway/St. Rose Rd Roundabout -- At Iberg Rd/Veterans Memorial Pkwy Roundabout - Intersection Improvemetns IL 160 Shared Use Path -- US 40 To 1250' N (St. Joseph Hospital) Shared Use Path (10') Investment Type Operations Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Functional Class Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2025 IDOT/ / Regional District Wide Construction -I Eng. -- Various Locations N/A 2020 IDOT/ on ( / Regional Various-Miscellaneous -- -I Districtwide Projects Lanes) N/A 2025 IDOT/ / Regional -I IDOT/ / Regional -I IDOT/ / Regional -I Various Projects -- American Bottoms Deep Wells And Pumps Repairs Districtwide Maintenance Proj -- Various Locations Resurface, Repair Deck Guardrail/Median Cable Install -- Districtwide Various Locations on ( Lanes) N/A 2025 on ( Lanes) N/A 2025 Operations N/A 2025 Bike/Ped Facilities Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Off way Maintenan ce At Various Locations Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-62

97 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) IDOT/ / Regional -I Project -- Description Land Acquisition -- Districtwide - Various Locations Pre- And Post- Acquisition Activities Investment Type Functional Class on ( Lanes) N/A 2025 Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on IDOT/ on ( / Construction Chg Order Regional Reserve -- Districtwide - -I Various Locations Lanes) N/A 2020 IDOT/ / Tree Mitigation / Envir Maint - Streetscape/ Regional - Districtwide - Various Landscapin -I Locations g N/A 2025 IDOT/ / Regional -I IDOT/ 4384A- 16/ St. Clair IDOT/ 4384B- 21/ St. Clair IDOT/ / St. Clair Miscellaneous Land Acquisition -- Districtwide - Various Locations I-55/ I-64/US 40/ IL 3 -- Poplar Street Complex And Assoc. Rdways Preliminary Engineering I-55/64 Collector-Distributor - - Poplar St Complex - Overlays - Repairs Eastbound Lanes I IL 15 To 0.7 Mi N/O I- 64 And Repair on ( Lanes) N/A 2025 Operations Interstate 2020 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes Interstate 2025 Yes Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Off way Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-63

98 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) IDOT/ 5329A- 16/ Regional -I IDOT/ / Regional -I IDOT/ / Multi- State Project -- Description Districtwide Archeology -- Various Locations Districtwide Patching Projects -- Various Locations Mckinley -Salisbury St-FAU Over Mississippi River Deck Sealing Investment Type Functional Class Environmen tal Mitigation N/A 2020 Off way N/A 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes IDOT/ on ( / Districtwide Prelim Eng Regional Needs -- Various Locations -I Preliminary Engineering Lanes) N/A 2025 IDOT/ / St. Clair IDOT/ / Regional -I IDOT/ 6650B- 17/ St. Clair Lebanon Bypass -- IL 4 To US 50 East Of Lebanon Preliminary Engineering Districtwide ADA Ramps -- Various Locations Bond Ave -- 8th St In East St. To Valley St In Alorton ADA ts New / (Adding SOV Capacity) N/A 2025 Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n N/A 2025 Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Arterial 2020 Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-64

99 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) IDOT/ 6650C- 17/ St. Clair IDOT/ 6650D- 18/ St. Clair IDOT/ 6650F- 19/ Madison IDOT/ 6650G- 19/ Madison Project -- Description rth Belt West -- Frank Scott Pkwy To 17th Street ADA ts US rd St To Seven Hills Rd In O'Fallon ADA ts Investment Type Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio Functional Class Bike/Ped Facilities Arterial 2025 Arterial 2020 Yes n Pedestrian Facilities - IL Pontoon Rd To 21st Constructio Principal St ADA ts n Arterial 2020 Yes IL th St To Pedestrian Niedringhaus Ave ADA Facilities - ts & Constructio Principal Signal nt n Arterial 2020 Yes IDOT/ 6670A- 17/ Regional Districtwide Railroad Flagger -I -- Various Locations Operations N/A 2020 IDOT/ 6670C- 17/ Regional -I IDOT/ / Multi- State IDOT/ / St. Clair Districtwide Utility Relocations -- Various Locations I Mississippi River To E/O IL 111 Phase 1 Prelim. Engineering IL 13/15 -- Rodgers Dr In Freeburg To 0.1 Mi S Of Kaskaskia R - ADA ts Operations N/A 2020 on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-65

100 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) IDOT/ / Multi- State IDOT/ / Madison Project -- Description US 67 (Clark ) -- Over Mississippi River Joint Repair - Inc. $300K From MoDOT Old Alton Edwardsville Rd Mi E Of Wanda Rd To Cahokia Creek Rd - Drainage - Utility Relocation Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Principal Arterial 2023 Yes Local 2020 on/ IDOT/ nt ( / I Over Mississippi Multi- Deck Sealing - State Payment To MoDOT Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes on/ nt ( IDOT/ / IL Over Icg Railroad St. Clair Repair Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes IDOT/ / Regional -I IDOT/ 6804A- 20/ Madison IDOT/ 6804B- 20/ Multi- State Districtwide Safety ts -- Various Locations Safety ts I Chain Of Rocks Canal Deck Sealing I Mississippi River N Of Granite City Deck Sealing - Inc Reimbursement From MoDOT Operations N/A 2025 on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes Local - t Included In Modeling Network Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-66

101 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) IDOT/ 6804D- 21/ Madison IDOT/ 6804E- 21/ Madison Project -- Description IL 157/IL Over Judy'S Branch Creek nt; Row; Utilities I I-55 To 2.5 Mi E Of I- 55/70/270 Interchange ; Deck Repairs Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Interstate 2025 Yes on/ IDOT/ I-255/US Jefferson nt ( 6804F- Barracks Deck 21/ Multi- Sealing - Payment To State MoDOT Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes on/ IDOT/ US 67/Clark -- Over nt ( 6804G- Mississippi River 21/ Multi- Deck Sealing - Inc. $150K Principal State From MoDOT Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes IDOT/ I Mi N Of I-64 To 6804I-21/ Collinsville Rd, Multi- New Deck, -I Rehabilitation; Ramp Repair Interstate 2025 Yes IDOT/ 6886J- 19/ Madison Illinois Center For Autism/ 6796C- 17/ Multi- -I ITN Gateway - St. Charles/ 6889C- 18/ St. Charles I Mi N/O IL 140 To Macoupin Co Line Crack & Joint Sealing Operating Assistance -- Three Years Operating Assistance Operating Assistance -- One Year Operating Assistance Volunteer Driver Program Interstate 2020 Yes Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-67

102 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) ITN Gateway - St. Co./ 6889D- 18/ St. ITN St. Charles Dba Itn Gateway/ 6796E- 17/ St. Project -- Description Operating Assistance -- Two Years Operating Assistance Volunteer Driver Program Operating Assistance -- One Year Operating Assistance Volunteer Driver Program Investment Type Functional Class Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 ITN St. Charles/ Operating Assistance -- For 6710C- Volunteer Driver Program Operating 16/ St. One Year Operating Assistance - Charles Assistance N/A 2020 ITN St. Charles/ 6796D- Operating Assistance -- One Operating 17/ St. Year Operating Assistance Assistance - Charles Jefferson Commun ity Partners hip/ 6534C- 15/ Jefferson Jefferson Commun ity Partners hip/ 6710D- 16/ Jefferson Jefferson Commun ity Partners hip/ 6794I-17/ Jefferson Volunteer Driver Program Operating Assistance -- Three Year Operating Assistance Operating Assistance - Route Expansion -- Three Years Operating Assistance Expansion Of Arnold Route Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Wide Body Cutaway W Bikerack & Farebox One nt N/A 2020 Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-68

103 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Investment Type Functional Class Jefferson / 6604A- Old State Rt At 17/ East/West Four Ridge Jefferson Intersection ts Operations Jefferson / 6604B- Antire -- At Williams 18/ Creek Rd Intersection Jefferson ts Operations Jefferson / Old State Route At 6604C- Lions Den Intersection 17/ ts - Left Turn Jefferson Lane Operations Jefferson Old Lemay Ferry, / Phase 1 -- At East Rock / Creek Intersection Jefferson Realignment Operations on/ Jefferson / Charter Church nt ( 6730A- -- Over Plattin Creek At Mitch 18/ Sweet Rd Jefferson nt Lanes) Jefferson / 6730B- 18/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6730C- 19/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6730D- 19/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6730E- 19/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6730F- 18/ Jefferson Doc Sargent -- Over Labarque Creek nt East Four Ridge -- Old Lemay Ferry Rd To 800' East Of Old State Rt 21 Hillsboro Valley Park -- Williams Creek Rd To St. Limit Old Antonia -- Old Highway M To West Of Imperial Main Old Lemay Ferry, Phase 2 -- At Spring Forest Intersection And way Realignment - Shoulders (6') on/ nt ( Lanes) Operations Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Local 2025 Local 2025 Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Local - t Included In Modeling Network Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-69

104 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Jefferson / 6730H- 18/ Jefferson Jefferson / / Jefferson Jefferson / 6821A- 19/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6821B- 21/ Jefferson Project -- Description Whitehead -- Over Tributary Of Cotter Creek nt Cedar Hill -- At Local Hillsboro Intersection ts - Realignment East Rock Creek ' West Of Gary Rd To 150' West Of Gary Rd Curve Realignment - Shoulder Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Operations Operations Functional Class Rural Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Local Hillsboro -- MO 30 To Hillsboro House Springs Rd Overlay Collector 2025 Yes Jefferson Main Street -- MO MM To / 700' rth Of MO MM (In on ( 6821C- House Springs) 19/ on - Sidewalk Jefferson (4') Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes Jefferson / Miller, Phase ' 6821D- South Of Elm Dr To 1350' 21/ South Of Elm Dr Realign Jefferson Curve Operations Collector 2025 Yes Jefferson / 6821E- 19/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6821F- 21/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6821G- 21/ Jefferson Jefferson / 6821H- 21/ Jefferson Miller, Phase 1 -- At Spring Forest Realign Intersection New Sugar Creek -- MO 30 To St. Line Overlay rthwest Blvd -- MO 30 To Saline Rd Overlay Old State Rte MO M To MO A Overlay - Repair Shoulders - Rumblestrips Operations Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-70

105 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Jefferson / 6821I-19/ Jefferson Rouggly Kiepe - - Over Tributary To Saline Creek Replace Rural Collector 2025 Jewish Commun ity Center/ 6888J- 18/ Multi- Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) - Wide Body Cutaway t - M nt Paratransit N/A 2020 Kirkwood N. Geyer -- Adams Ave / To Manchester Rd 18/ St. - Curb And Gutter - Curb Ramps Collector 2020 Yes Lake Saint Lake Saint Blvd, Phase / Feet West Of Chase on ( / Court To Pleasant Meadow St. Drive on - Charles Sidewalk ts (5') Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes Lake Saint / / St. Charles Lebanon/ / St. Clair Madison District/ 4092A- 11/ Lake Saint Blvd, Phase 2 -- Pleasant Meadows Dr To Blue Cove Terrace Mcallister Street -- IL 4 (Madison Street) To Herman Street on - Sidewalk (5') Mis Upgrades And Equipment -- Madison Madison District/ 4225A- 11/ Madison Shop Equipment -- on ( Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-71

106 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Madison District/ 4531A- 09/ Madison Preventive Maintenance -- Madison District/ / Madison Facilities ts -- Investment Type Functional Class t - N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 Madison MCT Employer Transportation Program -- District/ Marketing, Outreach, & / Education Improve Madison Awareness Of Mct System Education N/A 2025 Madison District/ / Madison Madison District/ / Madison Madison District/ 6667A- 17/ Madison Madison District/ 6667B- 17/ Madison MCT Community Transportation Initiative -- Marketing, Outreach, & Education Improve Awareness Of Mct System Education N/A 2020 Light Duty Buses -- Replace 33 Buses Heavy Duty Buses -- Replace Buses Radio Communications System -- t - N/A 2025 t - N/A 2020 t - N/A 2025 Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-72

107 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Madison District/ 6757A- 17/ Multi- State Project -- Description Ridefinders Marketing & Outreach MO -- Increase Awareness, Interest, And Participation In Ridefinders By Employers And Commuters Investment Type Functional Class t - Rideshare N/A 2020 Madison Ridefinders Marketing & Outreach IL -- District/ Increase Awareness, 6757B- Interest, And Participation In 17/ Multi- Ridefinders By Employers t - State And Commuters Rideshare N/A 2020 Madison District/ 6831D- Central Clean Diesel 18/ nt Buses -- Madison Replace Four (4) 30' Buses t - N/A 2020 Madison / 6574C- 19/ Madison Madison / 6574E- 20/ Madison Madison / 6574F- 20/ Madison New Poag Rd -- Over NW RR Replace Black Lane -- Over Canteen Canal Replace Silver Creek -- Over Tributary Of Silver Creek Replace on/ nt ( Lanes) on/ nt ( Lanes) on/ nt ( Lanes) Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Arterial 2020 Yes Rural Collector 2025 Rural Collector 2025 Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Local - t Included In Modeling Network Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-73

108 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Investment Functional Project -- Description Type Class on/ Madison / nt ( 6574G- Pin Oak -- Over Little Rural 20/ Mooney Creek Replace Madison Lanes) Collector 2025 on/ Madison / nt ( 6574H- 20/ Lebanon -- Over Mill Local Madison Creek Replace Lanes) 2025 Yes Manches Dougherty Ferry ' ter/ S/O Charleston Place Ct To 18/ St. 150' S/O Country Stone Dr - Realignment Collector 2025 Yes on/ Manches nt ( ter/ Howard George Drive 18/ St. -- Over Grand Glaize Creek Local Rehabilitation Lanes) 2020 Maryland Heights/ / St. Maryville/ / Madison MoDOT - Citizens For Modern / / Multi- - M Dorsett Rd Shared Use Path -- I-270 To 1200' W/O Mckelvey Rd Shared Use Path (10') Keebler -- Old Keebler Rd To 600' South Of IL Sidewalk (6') Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Arterial 2025 Arterial 2025 Yes Moving The Right Way Ridership Program -- STL City And STL - Two Year Outreach Program Trans. Incentive Program Education N/A 2020 Local - t Included In Modeling Network Local - t Included In Modeling Network Bike/Ped Facilities Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-74

109 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping 4208B- 06/ St. 4405G- 09/ Jefferson Project -- Description I At MO N Interchange nt (L0745) MO Over Saline Creek And At Valley Dell Dr & Culvert nt(a2380/g0885) - Signal ts Investment Type Functional Class on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Expressw Lanes) ay 2020 Yes on/ nt ( 4413Z- MO AB -- At Hibler Creek 11/ St. nt ( W0332) Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes on/ I Over Conway & Ladue, I-64 Ramps nt ( 4414H- nt And 12/ St. Rehabilitation (s A1052, A4657, & A1051) Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes / Franklin 4919C- 13/ St. 5305F- 11/ St. Charles I Pin Oak Creek/MO O To 2.8 Miles West Of US 50 Interchange ts ( L0865, L0866, & L0931) I At MO AC nt (A0223) MO At MO 94 Rehabilitation (A4999, A5109) Operations Interstate 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Expressw Lanes) ay 2020 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-75

110 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping 5307A- 11/ Franklin 5517B- 13/ St / St. Charles Project -- Description US West Of MO AT To I-44 Intersection ts ( A6361) Various -- On Various Routes In St. Create Bus Rapid (Brt) And High Occupancy Vehicle (Hov) Lanes Investment Type Operations Functional Class Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Related t Interstate 2025 US Mississippi River To 1 Mile West Of Clark Pavement ts on/ 5645A- nt ( 18/ Multi- /Tunnel Inspections -- - M / Multi- State / St. At Various Locations (Locally Maintained) MO 799 (MLK ) -- Payment To IDOT Sealing On MLK ( A4856) I I-70 To West Of The Mississippi River Environmental Study Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Lanes) N/A 2025 on/ nt ( Principal Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes Related t Interstate 2020 Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-76

111 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping / Regional -M / St / St. Charles / St. City Project -- Description Various -- Various Routes Scoping For Future Project Estimates I W/O I-270 To W/O Meramec River nt And Interchange Modification ( L0623 & A2643) Investment Type Functional Class N/A 2020 Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Operations Interstate 2025 Yes I Wentzville Pkwy To MO Z Relocate I-70 Operations Interstate 2025 Yes I Kingshighway To I-55 nt And Pavement (A2258) Interstate 2025 Yes / Multi- - M 5967B- 17/ St / Regional -M / St. I I-64 (St. Charles) To E/O Reversible Lanes In St. First Tier Environmental Study MO Over Flood Control Lake In Earth City ts ( A8123 & A8124) Various - Pavement (19) -- At Various Locations Pavement ts MO I-270 To I-170 Pavement And ADA ion Plan Operations Interstate 2020 on/ nt ( Principal Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes N/A 2020 Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-77

112 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Investment Type Functional Class Project -- Description MO I-170 To St. City Limits Pavement, Signal / nt, ADA Principal St. ion Plan Arterial 2020 Yes on ( 6050J- Or Dunn Rd From 18/ St. Hanley To MO 367 Pavement ts Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes Or On Disconnected on ( 6050K- Section Of Dunn Rd B/W 18/ St. Howdershell & Hanley Pavement ts Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes on/ Long Range nt ( Plan / Connect St. I At Vandeventer ed2045 City Replace Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes New / I Mi W/O Point 6100D- Prairie Rd Payment To (Adding 18/ St. Wentzville For New SOV Charles Interchange Capacity) Interstate 2025 Yes Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed / St. City / St. Charles / Jefferson 6651D- 16/ St. I I-55 To River Des Peres Rehab Pavement/s; Improve Interchanges US Mississippi River Raise And Relocate way MO V -- Near Hardin Slide Repair & way Relocation US At Dorsett/Midland nt ( A3509) Operations Interstate 2025 Yes on ( Principal Lanes) Arterial 2035 Yes Operations on/ nt ( Lanes) Arterial 2020 Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-78

113 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6651EE- 18/ St. 6651N- 16/ St. 6651O- 16/ Jefferson Project -- Description I I-170 To Chain Of Rocks Barrier Wall nt MO At MO 100 Rehabilitation (A2738) US At Flucom Add Turn Lanes And Acceleration Lanes Investment Type Functional Class Operations Interstate 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes Operations Expressw ay 2020 Yes on/ 6651V- nt ( 16/ St. I Virginia To Arsenal Rehabilitation (Seven City s) Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes / Regional -M / Regional -M / Regional -M 6699A- 17/ St. Various - Safety (19) -- At Various Locations Safety Projects Various - Safety (20) -- At Various Locations Safety Projects Various - Safety (21) -- At Various Locations Safety Projects MO Rider Trail South To Corporate Woods rth Signal nt Operations N/A 2020 Operations N/A 2020 Operations N/A 2025 Operations Expressw ay 2020 Yes Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-79

114 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping 6699C- 17/ St. 6705DD- 18/ St. Project -- Description MO At Sappington, MO P, Weber Rd, & Seibert Ave Signal nt, Lighting nt, & ADA ion Plan Investment Type Operations Functional Class Principal Arterial 2020 Yes I-270 Ramp -- I-270 Sb To I- 70 Pavement Repair Interstate 2020 Yes on/ 6705H- I rth Of US 67 To nt ( 17/ Multi- Loughborough - Rehabilitation (Seven M s) Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes 6705J- I W/O Wentzville Pkwy 17/ St. To Lake St. Blvd Charles Pavement Interstate 2025 Yes 6705K- 17/ St. MO H -- I-270 To Hall Street Principal City Pavement Arterial 2020 Yes MO I-64 To rth Of 6705O- MO 30 Pavement Repair & 17/ St., ADA ion Principal Plan, Guardrail Upgrades Arterial 2020 Yes MO rth Of MO P- To US 61/67 Pavement 17/,Upgrade Ped Expressw Jefferson Facilities For ADA ion ay 2020 Yes 6705Q- 17/ St. 6705R- 17/ St. 6705TT- 17/ Franklin MO At MO 364 Interchange Interchange ts MO N/O I-44 To N/O Clayton Rd Rehabilitation (Seven s) MO Third St (Washington) To rwood Trailer Dr Pavement, Guardrail Upgrades, ADA Trans. Plan Impr Operations on/ nt ( Lanes) Expressw ay 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-80

115 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping 6705U- 17/ Franklin 6705W- 17/ Jefferson Project -- Description MO H -- Over The Bourbeuse River Rehabilitation ( R0497) MO M -- I-55 To US 61/67 Pavement & Guardrail Upgrades Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Collector 2020 Yes on/ nt ( 6705X- MO AD -- Over Happy Sac 17/ Creek nt Franklin ( N0620) Lanes) MO T -- I-70 So. Outer Rd To MO Tt (Incl. T0281) Pavement, 6706B- Shoulder, 17/ St. nt, & Curve Charles Correction 6706C- Rural 17/ St. MO T -- MO Tt To MO 94 Charles Pavement MO US 61/67 To Big Bend Blvd ( G0681 & 6706F- A4844) Pavement 17/ St., ADA ion Plan, Signal nt 6709O- 16/ Multi- - M 6785A- 17/ St. 6788G- 17/ St. Project Administration Enhanced Mobility -- Project Administration For 5310 Projects Fy 15 MO I-70 To I-170 Signal nt & ADA ion Plan MO D -- I-170 To St. City Limits Pavement & ADA ion Plan ts Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Operations Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-81

116 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping 6788I-18/ Franklin 6788J- 18/ Jefferson 6788N- 17/ Project -- Description MO Zz -- Over Boeuf Creek nt ( R0289) Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Rural Collector 2020 Yes MO E -- At Joachim Creek Erosion Control Operations Collector 2025 US E/O Progress Pkwy To W/O I-44 & At MO Ee Pavement And Principal Franklin Adding Turn Lanes Arterial 2021 Yes MO At Amvets Dr, 6788O- Lowery Ln, & Hilltop Mobile 17/ Home Ct Add Intersection Sb Principal Jefferson Turn Lanes Operations Arterial 2020 Yes 6788Q- MO V -- At Joachim Creek Rural 17/ East Of US 67 Repair Jefferson (Culvert T0223) Operations Collector S- 17/ St. MO MO D To St. City Limits Pavement City Arterial 2025 Yes - Scoping 6788V- 17/ St. 6788W- 17/ St. 6788Y- 17/ St. I MO D To I-70 Pavement & Guardrail Upgrades I MO 370 To Woodward Way Painting (7 s) I-64 OR/ MO I-64: At Creve Coeur Rd, MO 141, MO 141: At Clayton Rd ts (s A4784, A4785, A4344, A4064, & A4067) Interstate 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes on/ nt ( Expressw Lanes) ay 2025 Yes Off way Rural Collector - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-82

117 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping 6794Q- 18/ Multi- - M 6794R- 18/ Multi- - M Project -- Description Project Administration Enhanced Mobility -- Project Administration For 5310 Projects Fy 16 Project Administration Enhanced Mobility -- Project Administration For 5310 Projects Fy 17 Investment Type Functional Class t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes Pedestrian 6798A- I At MO 141 & Mckelvey 17/ St. Rd Painting (A3207,A3729) 6798D- I At Hanley Rd ADA Facilities - 17/ St. ion Plan Constructio ts ( 6175) n Interstate 2025 Yes MO Euclid Ave To N. 6798E- Florissant Ave Replace 17/ St. Signals, Upgrade Signal Detection, & ADA ion Principal City Plan At Various Operations Arterial 2020 Yes 6798G- 18/ Regional -M 6798H- 18/ St. City 6798J- 18/ St. City 6798K- 18/ St. Various -- Scoping For Future Projects On Various Routes In St District MO H -- Adelaide Ave To W/O Riverview Dr/ Hall St Pavement ts MO From Halls Ferry Circle To I-70 Pavement ts MO P -- MO 366 To MO 30 Pavement & ADA ion Plan ts Operations N/A 2020 Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-83

118 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping 6798L- 18/ St. 6798M- 18/ St. 6798P- 18/ St. 6798Q- 18/ St. 6798R- 18/ St. 6798S- 18/ St. 6798T- 18/ St. Project -- Description I At Big Bend Rd, Signal, & ADA ion Plan ts ( A1716) US At Deer Creek ts ( H0989) MO At Hoffmeister Ave Signals & ADA ion Plan ts MO Franru Ln To St City Limits Pavement & ADA ion Plan ts Investment Type Functional Class on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Principal Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes - Scoping Operations Arterial 2025 Yes Principal - Scoping Arterial 2025 Yes MO MO 30 To Meramec River Pavement Principal - Scoping ts Arterial 2025 Yes on/ MO Over Black Creek nt ( (W/O Hanley Rd) ts ( Principal - Scoping G0681) Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping 6798V- 18/ St. Charles 6798W- 18/ St. Charles 6798X- 18/ St. Charles MO From MO 141 To New Ballas Pavement ts MO N -- MO T To I-64 Pavement ts MO N -- Bryan To MO K Pavement MO M -- MO 79 To MO P Pavement Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-84

119 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping 6798Z- 18/ St. Charles 6806A- 18/ St. Charles 6806B- 18/ St. Charles 6806C- 18/ St. Charles 6806D- 18/ St. Charles 6806E- 18/ St. Charles 6806G- 18/ St. Charles Project -- Description MO D -- MO T South Intersection To MO Z In New Melle Pavement Preservation Treatment MO I-70 To Kingshighway St Pavement MO MO 364 / MO N To I-70 Pavement Preservation Treatment MO From I-64 To MO 364 Pavement Investment Type Functional Class Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Expressw ay 2025 Yes Expressw ay 2025 Yes MO Warren Line To I-64 Pavement Preservation Treatment I-70 Outer -- From Cave Springs To Fairgrounds Corridor ts Operations US Lincoln Line To I-70 Pavement Expressw ts 6806H- 18/ Jefferson 6806L- 18/ Multi- - M 6806M- 18/ Jefferson MO BB -- MO 30 To Old Highway 21 Pavement, Upgrade Guardrail, ADA ion Plan I Over Meramec River ts ( A0609) MO Over Dulin, Heads, & Skullbones Creek ts (s A4628, A4627, A4630, A7126, A5825, & A8284) Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes ay 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Expressw Lanes) ay 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-85

120 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping 6806N- 18/ Jefferson 6806O- 18/ Franklin 6806Q- 18/ Franklin Project -- Description MO s Over Heads Creek And Over MO 21 ts (s A2977, A2945, & A2944) MO NN -- MO O To MO 30; Tiny Ridge Way Rd - MO NN To End Of Maintenance Pavement And Guardrail ts MO N/O Miller Dr To N/O Calwell St Pavement Repair Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes on/ MO 47 / MO s nt ( 6806R- Over I-44 18/ Rehabilitation (s Franklin A4313 & A2017) Lanes) MO TT -- Warren Co Line To MO T (Sl District Cost) 6806S- Pavement Preservation 18/ St. Treatment(Project Extends Charles To Ne Dist) 6807I-18/ Multi- - M 6807J- 18/ Multi- - M 6807K- 18/ Multi- - M Guard Rail -- Various Locations In Franklin & Jefferson Co Job Order Contracting For Guardrail Concrete Pavement -- At Various Locations Job Order Contracting (n-interstate) Concrete Pavement -- At Various Locations Job Order Contracting (n-interstate) Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Operations N/A 2020 N/A 2020 N/A 2025 Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-86

121 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6807L- 19/ Multi- - M 6807M- 19/ Multi- - M Project -- Description Asphalt Pavement ts -- At Various Locations Job Order Contracting (n-interstate) Asphalt Pavement ts -- At Various Locations Job Order Contracting (n-interstate) Investment Type Functional Class N/A 2020 Maintenan ce At Various Locations N/A 2020 on/ 6807N- nt ( 18/ Multi- Various -- Various Routes - Job Order Contracting For M Repair Lanes) N/A 2020 Concrete Pavement 6807O- ts -- At Various 18/ Multi- Primary Route Locations Job - Order Contracting (n- M Interstate) Arterial S- 18/ St. City 6807T- 18/ St. City 6807U- 18/ St. 6807V- 18/ St. I W/O Kingshighway To W/O Branch St Pavement MO St. City Limits To I-70 Pavement I Jennings Station Rd To Coldwater Creek Rehabilitation- 10 s I E/O New Ballas To W/O Spoede And Various Ramps At I-64 & I-270 Int. Pavement Interstate 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes Interstate 2020 Yes Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-87

122 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6807Y- 18/ St. 6811A- 18/ St. Project -- Description Investment Type Functional Class MO I-270 To Missouri River Pavement Repairs Expressw ay 2020 Yes MO Lea Oak Drive To I-270 Pavement Rehabilitation & Repair, & ADA ion Plan Collector 2025 Yes on/ nt ( 6811B- I At MO / St. Repair (L0887) & Add Principal Sidewalk Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes on/ MO At MetroLink nt ( 6811C- Crossing In rmandy 18/ St. Rehabilitation Principal (A6736) Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes MO US 61/67 To New Ballas Rd Pavement 6811D- Rehabilitation, Signal 18/ St. on, And ADA Principal ion Plan Arterial 2025 Yes 6811E- 18/ St. Charles 6811F- 18/ St. Charles 6811G- 18/ St. Charles Various -- For Guardrail Repair At Various Locations In St. Charles Job Order Contracting MO At Salt River Rd ts (A4729) Harvester Rd -- At Six s Rehabilitation (A7189, A5940, A7871, A6678, A6680, And A7866) Operations on/ nt ( Lanes) on/ nt ( Lanes) Principal Arterial 2020 Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-88

123 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) 6811H- 18/ St. Charles 6811I-18/ St. Charles 6811J- 18/ St. Charles 6811K- 18/ St. Charles 6811L- 18/ St. Charles Project -- Description MO DD -- I-64 To MO 94 Pavement & Upgrade Guardrail MO C -- Missouri River To Salt River Rd Pavement MO B -- MO C To MO 94 Pavement & Culvert nt ( A0873) MO A -- US 61 To I-70 Pavement & Rehabilitation ( A4235) Investment Type Functional Class Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes MO MO 370 To Bnsf Rr In Orchard Farm Pavement & Adding Shoulders on/ MO At Eight s(a6988, A5952, nt ( 6811M- A5095, A6987) 18/ St. Rehabiltation (A6036, A Principal Charles 6035, A6041, A6086) Lanes) 6811N- 18/ St. Charles 6811O- 18/ Jefferson 6811P- 18/ Franklin 6811Q- 18/ Franklin US At Pitman Avenue, I-70, & I-64 In Wentzville Rehabilitation (A2775, A2756, L0428, And A2543) MO 110/MO CC -- MO 110: MO 21 To US 67; MO CC: US 67 To Spaulding Rd Pavement, Guardrail Upgrade And ts (A3409) MO C -- MO 100 At New Haven To US 50 W/O Leslie Pavement And Guardrail ts I-44/ BL I-44: St. Co - MO 30; BL 44: St Co - MO 100 Pavement, Guardrail Upgrades, Upgrade Sidewalk on/ nt ( Lanes) Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Expressw ay 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Interstate 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-89

124 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping - Scoping 6811R- 18/ Franklin Project -- Description I Various Locations Rehabilitation (s A5796, A5760, A5759, A6906, A6907) MO H -- Washington Co Line To MO WW (SL District Cost) Pavement Pres. Treatment & Shoulders (Proj. Extends To Central Dist) MO E -- MO 100 To MO Y Pavement Preservation Treatment & Guardrail Upgrades MO K -- MO 30 To MO 185 Pavement Presv, Gr Upgrades, Cross Pipe Repl, & Sign Repl MO P -- MO A To MO 110 Pavement Preservation Treatment & Guardrail Upgrades Investment Type Functional Class on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2020 Yes 6811T- 18/ Jefferson 6852F- 18/ Franklin 6852G- 18/ Franklin 6852H- 18/ Jefferson 6852J- 18/ St. 6852K- 18/ St. 6852P- 18/ Franklin 6852R- 18/ Jefferson 6852S- 18/ St. Charles Various -- Various Routes Signage ts I I-44: At Selma Ave; I- 55: At Daycare Pedestrian Access Study MO YY -- MO Y To MO 185 Pavement Repair & Guardrail Upgrades US I-55 To St Genevieve Line Pavement Repair & Guardrail Upgrades US Mississippi River To N/O Machens Club Dr Raise Southbound Lanes & Add Signalized Intersection Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Operations N/A 2020 on/ nt ( Lanes) Interstate 2025 Yes on ( Lanes) Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-90

125 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Investment Functional Project -- Description Type Class US Mississippi River To on ( 6852SS- N/O Machens Club Dr Raise 18/ St. Southbound Lanes & Add Principal Charles Signalized Intersection Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes New / 6852T- MO Jungs Station Rd (Adding 18/ St. To Missouri River Ramp SOV Principal - Scoping Charles Additions & Striping Capacity) Arterial 2025 Yes on/ nt ( 6852U- I-55 Outer -- Over 18/ Railroad Tracks S/O MO Z Local - Scoping Jefferson Rehabilitation Lanes) A- 18/ MO W/O Ottomeyer Rd Expressw Jefferson Slide Repair Operations ay 2020 Yes 6853B- 18/ Multi- I Crawford Co Line To I nt Of - Scoping M Structural Signs Operations Interstate 2020 Yes - Scoping 6853D- 18/ St. Charles 6887A- 18/ Jefferson 6887S- 18/ Franklin MO N -- I-64 To Point Prairie Rd At Jackson Rd Environmental Study I-55 Outer -- Mcnutt To Approx 1 Mi S/O Mcnutt Payment To Herculaneum To Take Over Maintenance Of way MO K -- Over Meramec River Scour Repair (A3871) Operations on/ nt ( Lanes) Arterial 2025 Collector 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Local - t Included In Modeling Network Activity Does t Involve Or Lead Directly To Constructi on Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-91

126 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) - Scoping - Scoping Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 Long Range Plan - Connect ed Y- 19/ St. 6892A- 18/ Jefferson Project -- Description MO MO 100 To Cambury Lane Add Bicycle & Pedestrian Trail MO H -- Over Big River Scour Repair ( (A1031) Investment Type Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n on/ nt ( Functional Class Bike/Ped Facilities Principal Arterial 2020 Collector 2020 Yes Lanes) on/ US Over Joachim nt ( 6892C- Creek B/W Scenic Dr & 18/ Joachim Rd Expressw Jefferson nt & Slide Repair Lanes) ay 2025 Yes 6892T- I Mi W/O Mid 19/ St. Rivers Mall Dr Add 12'' Pipe Charles & Drop Inlet To Drain Median Operations Interstate 2020 Yes 6892U- 19/ St. 6892V- 18/ St. I DOT/ / Regional I DOT/ 6090A- 35/ Regional MO US 61/67 To West Of Kenmore Dr Pedestrian And Streetscape Enhancements MO Bremerton Rd To Black Creek Ped And Streetscape Enhancements - Tunnel At St. Mary Maintenance/Rehabilitation/ Operation Imprvments -- Regionwide Maintenance/Rehabilitation/ Operation Imprvments -- Regionwide Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Principal Arterial 2025 Principal Arterial 2025 Operations N/A 2025 Operations N/A 2035 Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Maintenan ce At Various Locations Maintenan ce At Various Locations Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-92

127 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Long Range Plan - Connect ed2045 I DOT/ 6090B- 45/ Regional Monroe / 6575G- 20/ Monroe Project -- Description Maintenance/Rehabilitation/ Operation Imprvments -- Regionwide Bluff -- Over Carr Creek Replace Investment Type Functional Class Maintenan ce At Various Operations N/A 2045 Locations on/ nt ( Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes New Highway 100 West Sidewalk Pedestrian Haven/ Extension -- Douglas Street Facilities / To Immanuel Avenue Constructio Franklin Sidewalk (6') n Arterial 2020 New MO 100 Shared Use Bicycle Haven/ Connection -- Over MO 100 Facilities / (At School/Park) Shared Use Constructio Franklin Path - (10') n Arterial 2020 Downtown ts, Phase 1 -- Front St: Olive To New Miller; Miller St: Up Rr To on ( Haven/ Main St on / Sidewalks (8') - Franklin Streetscaping Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes New Haven/ / Franklin Nextstep For Life/ 6888A- 18/ Jefferson rthwo ods/ / St. Downtown ts, Phase 2 -- Main St: Miller To Olive St; Olive St: Main St To Up Rr on - Sidewalks (5') Vehicle Acquisition -- Four (4) Lowered Floor Accessible Mini-Vans nt Nelson Drive Sidewalk -- Lillian Ave To Pasadena Ave Sidewalk (5') - One Side - Sharrows on ( Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Local 2020 Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-93

128 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) OATS/ 6794L- 17/ Multi- - M OATS/ 6888B- 18/ Multi- - M O'Fallon/ / St. Charles Project -- Description Vehicle Acquisition -- Eight (8) Wide Body Cutaways nt Vehicle Acquisition -- Eight (8) Wide Body Cutaways nt Mexico -- MO K To Barrington Drive - 10' Shared Use Path Investment Type Functional Class t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Principal Arterial 2020 Yes Simmons, Phase 2 -- Lakeview Ln To Milburn on ( O'Fallon/ School/Fairwood Hills Rd / on - Sidewalk St. Clair (5') Lanes) Collector 2020 Yes O'Fallon/ on ( / Bryan, Phase 3 -- St. rwood Hills Dr To Feise Principal Charles Rd Slab nt Lanes) Arterial 2020 Yes O'Fallon/ Mexico, Phase 3 -- MO / K To Bryan Rd - St. Pedestrian - Curb Principal Charles Ramps Arterial 2025 Yes O'Fallon/ / St. Clair O'Fallon/ / St. Charles O'Fallon/ / St. Clair Olivette/ / St. Simmons, Phase 3 -- Porter Rd To Lakeview Ln on - Curb Ramps Winghaven Blvd -- MO N To South Of The Winghaven/Hammack Rd - Ped ts At Intersections Venita Drive, Phase ' N/O Taylor Rd To 451' N/O O'Fallon Sports Park Ent. on Dielman -- Tamarack Dr To Fairwinds Ct - Sidewalks (5') on ( Lanes) on ( Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-94

129 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Olivette/ / St. Pacific/ / Franklin Project -- Description Dielman, Phase 2 -- Tamarack Drive To MO 340 (Olive Blvd) - Sidewalk (5') East Side- Widening To 13' Lns Candlewick Ln / Industrial Dr -- Congress (MO N) To Denton Slab nt - ADA Upgrades Investment Type Functional Class Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Paraqua d/ 6534D- 15/ Multi- - M Operating Assistance -- Two Year Operating Assistance Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 Paraqua d/ 6889E- 18/ Multi- Operating Assistance -- Operating - Three Years Operating Assistance - M Assistance N/A 2020 Places For People/ Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) 6888L- 18/ Multi- - M Pony Bird/ 6794M- 17/ Jefferson Residenti al Options/ 6710E- 16/ Multi- -I Richmon d Heights/ 6745G- 19/ St. Lowered Floor Accessible Mini-Van nt Of Vehicle t Funded W S 5310 Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Narrow Body Cutaway nt Operating Assistance -- Three Years Operating Assistance Mcknight Clayton Rd To South Of Lay Rd t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Operating Assistance - N/A 2020 Arterial 2025 Yes Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Operating Assistanc e Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-95

130 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Richmon d Heights/ / St. Richmon d Heights/ / St. Project -- Description Lovella Avenue -- Over Claytonia Creek Replace - Sidewalks (5') Mcknight Sidewalk -- Clayton Rd To Godwin Ln Sidewalk (6') - One Side Kortwright Avenue -- Manchester Rd To Warson Pl - Sidewalks (4') - Whitestone To Warson Tr Falling Springs -- Queeny Ave To City Limits - Sidewalks Shiloh Station, Phase ' South Of Timberline Ct To 725' South Of Timberlane Ct on - Shared Use Path (8') Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Functional Class Rural Collector 2025 Arterial 2025 Rock Hill/ / St. Sauget/ / St. Clair on ( Shiloh/ / St. Clair Lanes) Shiloh/ / St. Clair Southsid e Senior Services Center/ 6888F- 18/ Multi- - M St. Ann/ / St. St. Ann/ / St. Shiloh Station, Phase ' S/O Timberline Ct To 1150' S/O Timberline Ct on - Shared Use Path (8') Vehicle Acquisition -- Two (2) Wide Body Cutaways nt Of Vehicle t Funded W S 5310 Ashby Rd. Mill & Overlay -- International Plaza To Baltimore Ave - Curb Ramps Old St. Charles -- Adie Rd To City Limits (400' East Of Lindbergh Blvd) on ( Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Local 2025 Yes t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Local - t Included In Modeling Network Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-96

131 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) St. Charles / / St. Charles St. Charles / / St. Charles St. Charles / / St. Charles St. Charles / 6830B- 20/ St. Charles Project -- Description South River on -- South Main Street To Friedens /Arena Parkway on - Sidewalk (5') Investment Type on ( Lanes) Functional Class Arterial 2020 Yes MO N -- At Hopewell Rd Realign Intersection Operations on ( MO N -- At Weiss Rd Realign Intersection Lanes) Schwede -- Hoffman Rd To Over Cunningham Branch Realign Curve - Shoulders Operations St. on/ Charles / Seeburger -- At nt ( 6830C- Trib To The Mississippi R 20/ St. (B/W South Shore And MO Charles B) Replace Lanes) St. Charles / / St. Charles St. Charles/ / St. Charles St. Charles/ / St. Charles Pitman Hill Shared Use Path -- Chadwick Ln To 270' S/O Sammelman Rd Shared Use Path (10') Strategic Hwy Safety Plan ts -- Along Boone'S Lick, Kingshwy, Elm, Lindenwood Randolph/Mel Wetter, Little Hills/Mel Wetter Lincoln Elementary Srts -- Near Lincoln E.S. - Along Perry St, 7Th St Sidewalk (5'- 6') Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Operations Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Arterial 2020 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Collector 2020 Arterial 2025 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Local - t Included In Modeling Network Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-97

132 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Investment Type Functional Class St. Charles/ 6888M- 18/ St. Charles Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Wide Body Cutaway nt t - Paratransit N/A 2020 St. Clair Associat ed Enterpris es, Inc./ 6810B- 17/ Multi- Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) t - -I Mini-Van With Ramp Paratransit N/A 2020 St. Clair Associat ed Enterpris es/ 6664C- 16/ St. Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) t - Clair Super Medium Duty Vehicle Paratransit N/A 2020 St. Clair District/ 6810D- Vehicle Acquisition -- Four 17/ St. (4) Medium Duty Paratransit t - Clair St. Clair / 6619A- 19/ St. Clair St. Clair / / St. Clair St. Clair/ / Franklin St. Elizabeth Adult Day Care Center/ 6794N- 17/ Multi- - M With Lift Scott-Troy -- US 50 To Madison Line Sullivan Drive ' South Of Frank Scott To 170' South Of Longacre Paul Parks Drive And St. Clair Plaza Sidewalks -- Paul Parks Dr: Commercial To St. Clair Plaza St Clair Plaza : Parks To MO 47 - Sidewalk (5') Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Narrow Body Cutaway nt Paratransit N/A 2020 Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Arterial 2020 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Local 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-98

133 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) St. Elizabeth Adult Day Care Center/ 6888K- 18/ Multi- - M St. / 5204C- 16/ St. Project -- Description Vehicle Acquisition -- One (1) Lowered Floor Accessible Mini-Van nt Tesshire Dr -- Over Gravois Creek Replace - Add Sidewalk Investment Type Functional Class t - Paratransit N/A 2020 on/ nt ( Lanes) Rural Collector 2020 St. / I At MO 231 Streetscape/ / (Telegraph Rd) Landscaping Landscapin St. ts g Interstate 2020 St. / 6503M- Dielman Olive 16/ St. Boulevard To Page Avenue. -Bike Lanes Arterial 2020 Yes St. Westport Plaza Drive/Marine / Avenue Lackland 6503S- To Glenmeade Drive 16/ St. (Excluding MO D And I-270 Crossings) - Arterial 2020 Yes St. St. Charles Rock / (West) Taussig 6607B- To Earth City 17/ St. Expressway (MO 141) Principal Arterial 2020 Yes St. Jennings Station / (rth) Feet 6607D- Southwest Of Hord Avenue 18/ St. To Halls Ferry - Curb Ramps Arterial 2020 Yes St. rth Hanley / St. Charles Rock Rd (MO 6607G- 180) To Natural Rd 17/ St. (MO 115) - Curb Principal Ramps Arterial 2020 Yes on/ St. / nt ( 6607K- Allen -- Over Rural 18/ St. Union Pacific Railroad Replace Lanes) Collector 2020 Yes Local - t Included In Modeling Network Off way Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-99

134 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) St. / / St. St. / / St. St. / 6745A- 18/ St. St. / 6745B- 19/ St. St. / 6745D- 18/ St. St. / 6745E- 19/ St. Project -- Description Berry Rd Sidewalk -- Brownell Ave To Gramercy Pl Sidewalk(6') Ballas Dougherty Ferry Rd To Manchester Rd (MO 100) - Curb Ramps Baxter (South) Manchester Rd (MO 100) To Clayton Rd - Shared Use Path (8') Investment Type Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Functional Class Bike/Ped Facilities Arterial 2020 Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2020 Yes Bayless Avenue Union Rd To Lemay Ferry Rd - Bike Ln(5') Av H To Lemay Ferry J. S Mcdonnell Boulevard ' rth Of Campus Pkwy To Lindbergh (US 67) - Signal ts - Bike Ln (5') Lucas-Hunt (rth) Hord Avenue/Huiskamp Ave To Halls Ferry (MO Ac) St. / 6745F- 18/ St. St. / 6745I-19/ St. St. / 6834B- 21/ St. St. / 6834C- 21/ St. - Bike Ln (5') Mckelvey, Phase Ameling Rd To Glenpark Dr - Sidewalk (6') - Shared Use Path (8') Yaeger Ringer Rd To Patterson Rd Bayless Avenue -- Over Gravois Creek (Approx 130' East Of I-55) Replace - Sidewalk (6') Mckelvey Rd/Bennington Pl/Ameling Rd Mckelvey/Bennington - Dorsett To Ameling; Ameling: Bennington To Mckelvey - - Slab Repl. on/ nt ( Lanes) Arterial 2025 Yes Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Arterial 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-100

135 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) St. / 6834E- 21/ St. St. / 6834F- 19/ St. Project -- Description Hanley Canton Rd To MO D (Page Ave) Mckelvey, Phase Glenpark Dr To Creve Coeur Mill Rd - Sidewalk (5') E: Smoke Rise To Cr. Coeur Mill Investment Type Functional Class Principal Arterial 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes on/ St. / Meramec Bottom nt ( 6834G- -- Over Lemay Creek 19/ St. (Approx 1200' West Of I-55) Replace Lanes) Collector 2025 Yes St. / 6834H- Washington Street / St. Rue St. Pierre To Fatima Ct Arterial 2025 Yes Action Plan For Walking And St. Biking -- Evaluate Bike And Bicycle / Ped Facilities On St. Facilities / Owned Facilities And Constructio St. Recommend Facilities n N/A 2020 on/ St. / Off-System 5205B- Maintenance -- Maintenance nt ( 13/ St. And Repair Of 8 s Rural Conceptual Study For City Maintenance Lanes) Collector 2020 St. / 5205C- 17/ St. City St. / / St. City Sulphur Ave -- Over River Des Peres Replace Deck, Rehab Compton Avenue -- Chouteau Ave To I-64 Replace - Preliminary Engineering on/ nt ( Lanes) on/ nt ( Lanes) Local 2020 Arterial 2020 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Local - t Included In Modeling Network Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-101

136 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) St. / 6833A- 20/ St. City St. / / St. City St. Peters/ / St. Charles Project -- Description 7th Street -- Washington Ave To Walnut St - Sidewalks - Lighting iana Avenue Calm Streets -- Gravois Ave To Meramec St Calming - Shared Ln Marking - Bumpouts Centennial Greenway, Phase 4 -- Along Mcclay Rd- Hackman Rd To Mcclay Village Dr Shared Use Path (11') Investment Type Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n on/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Collector 2025 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Arterial 2025 Sullivan Special District/ Rural / Spring Bluff -- Over Franklin Spring Creek Replace Pedestrian Sullivan/ Fisher Drive Sidewalk -- W Facilities / Springfield Rd To Elmont Rd Constructio Franklin Sidewalk (8') Both Sides n Sullivan/ / Franklin Sunset Hills/ / St. Swansea / 6865E- 18/ St. Clair Main St Sidewalk -- Elmont Rd To Community Center At Fair 6' Sidewalk Lindbergh Pedestrian ts, Ph 1 -- E Watson Rd/Rott Rd To Eddie And Park /W Watson Rd Sidewalk (6') Boul Avenue Trail -- Morgan St To MetroLink Bike Trail Shared Use Path (10') Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Collector 2025 Yes Rural Collector 2020 Arterial 2020 Principal Arterial 2020 Collector 2025 Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-102

137 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Touchett e Regional Hospital/ 6534G- 15/ St. Clair Digital Dispatch System -- Touchett e Regional Hospital/ 6810C- 17/ Multi- -I Vehicle Acquisition -- Two (2) Mini-Van With Ramp One (1) Light Duty Paratransit With Lift Investment Type Functional Class t - Paratransit N/A 2020 t - Paratransit N/A 2020 Town & Country/ / Clayton -- At Ballas Rd Intersection/Crosswalk Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio St. ts n Town & Topping -- Clayton Rd Country/ To Topping Estates / Kent / Manor Dr - St. Shared Use Path (8') Spring Valley, Phase Ft N.Of Austin Dr To on ( Troy/ 475 Ft S. Of Charleston Dr / on, Curb And Madison Troy/ / Madison Troy/ / Madison Union/ / Franklin Gutter, Sidewalks West Clay Street - Phase 1 -- IL 162 To rth Main Street on - Sidewalk (5') - Shared Use Path (10') East Clay Street -- Hickory St/Staunton Rd To N. Dewey St on - Sidewalk (5') Memorial Parkway nt Project -- Over Branch Of Flat Creek Replace Lanes) on ( Lanes) on ( Lanes) on/ nt ( Lanes) Operating Assistanc e Arterial 2020 Yes Local 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Yes Urban Collector 2025 Yes Local 2020 Local - t Included In Modeling Network Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-103

138 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Project -- Description Investment Type on/ nt ( Lanes) Functional Class Denmark -- Union/ / Franklin Over Birch Creek Replace Low Water Crossing - Sidewalk (6') Collector 2020 Yes Bicycle Facilities ts, Phase 3 -- Universit Along Various Streets In Bicycle y City/ University City Installation Of Facilities / Shared Lane Markings And Constructio St. Signage n Collector 2020 Yes Universit Westgate Ave -- Delmar Blvd y City/ To MO 340 (Olive Blvd) Rural / - Upgrade St. Sidewalk Collector 2025 Yes Universit Ackert Walkway ' N/O Bicycle y City/ Delmar To Vernon Ave Facilities / on Of Shared Constructio St. Use Path (10') - Lighting n N/A 2020 Dougherty Ferry -- Valley Country Stone Dr (City Park/ Limits) To Big Bend Rd / Overlay - Sidewalk (5') - Slab St. Valley Park/ / St. Valley Park/ / St. Vinita Park/ / St. Washingt on/ / Franklin nt St. Avenue, Phase 1 -- Seventh Street To The Levee Closure Structure on - Sidewalks (5') St. Avenue, Phase 2 -- Third St To Seventh St on - Sidewalk (5') rth And South Sidewalk, Phase 1 -- Midland Blvd To Page Ave Sidewalk (5') High Street -- MO 100 To Fifth Street - Sidewalk (5') 9th To MO 100 on ( Lanes) on ( Lanes) Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2020 Collector 2020 Yes Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-104

139 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Washingt on/ 6790A- 18/ Franklin Washingt on/ / Franklin Waterloo / / Monroe Project -- Description West Main Street - Sidewalk -- rth Side Of West Main From Catawba Pl To Tiemann Dr New Sidewalk Busch Creek Greenway -- Jefferson St To Riverfront Trail Shared Lane Path (10') - Shared Ln Markings Moore Street, Phase Ft South Of Columbia Ave To 450 Ft rth Of Columbia Ave - on - Shared Use Path (8') Investment Type Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n on ( Functional Class Arterial 2020 Yes Urban Collector 2020 Collector 2020 Yes Lanes) Moore Street, Phase ' Waterloo N/O Columbia Ave To N/O on ( / Gibault H.S. rth Ent. 21/ on - Shared Use Monroe Path (8') Lanes) Collector 2025 Waterloo Bicycle / 6865F- S. Market St Shared Use Facilities - Yes 18/ Path -- Bulldog Blvd To IL 3 Constructio Monroe Shared Use Path (8') n Arterial 2020 Webster Marshall -- N. Bompart Groves/ Ave To Big Bend Blvd / - Sidewalk (5') St. Big Bend To Laclede Stn Collector 2020 Yes Webster Groves/ / St. Wildwoo d/ / St. Wildwoo d/ / St. Big Bend Boulevard Sidewalk, Phase 1 -- Oakwood Ave To Dale Ave Sidewalk (6') rth Side - Lighting Eatherton -- Over Bonhomme Creek Replace MO 109 Tunnel -- South Of Eb MO 100 On/Off Ramp Shared Use Path (10')/Tunnel (12') Pedestrian Facilities - Constructio n on/ nt ( Lanes) Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Arterial 2020 Rural Collector 2020 Arterial 2020 Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Bike/Ped Facilities Local - t Included In Modeling Network Bike/Ped Facilities Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-105

140 Table A-2 Carryover Projects Considered As Part of the Regional Travel Demand Model (TDM) Wildwoo d/ / St. Wood River/ / Madison Wood River/ / Madison Project -- Description Manchester Shared Use Path -- MO 109 To Pond Rd Shared Use Path (10') - Xing At MO 109 6th Street -- IL 143 To E Edwardsville Rd - Curb Ramps Wood River Avenue, Phase ' S/O Eckhard To 420' N/O Edwardsville Rd (City Limits) Investment Type Bicycle Facilities - Constructio n Functional Class Bike/Ped Facilities Collector 2025 Collector 2025 Yes Collector 2025 Yes Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page A-106

141 Appendix B Population and Employment Forecasts B-1. Background Population and employment projections are a key input into this air quality analysis. These projections are used to determine future travel demand and travel patterns and the effect these will have on mobile source emissions. The population and employment projections used in this analysis are based upon census data and American Community Survey (ACS) estimates. The projections extend out in ten-year increments to the year 2045, which is the horizon year of the Plan. B Base Year The base year for this analysis is The baseline for population-incorporated population counts is from the 2016 Census Population Estimates. Employment baselines were created using a blending of sources, including Dun and Bradstreet, the Longitudinal Employer- Household Dynamics (LEHD) data set, American Community Survey, as well as county and regional employment estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. B-3. Projection Methodology Population and employment projections were developed at regional, county, and small-area scales. The regional population projection was based on a cohort-survival model. Forecasts were then compared with local plans and county forecasts prepared by state government agencies, with input from local planners. -level employment and population projections were allocated to the transportation analysis zone level, which is the disaggregate level of geography used in travel demand forecasting. Assumptions guiding the allocation model included zonal development attractiveness or probability values, the influence of existing development patterns and development trends, and zonal holding capacity. Aggregate development attractiveness values were derived for each zone via a spatial analysis process which considered distances of 30 meter by 30 meter cells from various spatial interaction factors. The factors considered during this process included employment location, interstate highway interchanges, major highway intersections, bus service, MetroLink service and free-standing communities. Population and employment projections through 2045 are shown in Tables B-1 and B-2. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page B-1

142 Appendix B Population and Employment Forecasts Table B-1 Population Projections by : Jurisdiction Missouri City of St. 311, , , , , ,291 St. 998, , , ,959 1,000, ,846 St. Charles 390, , , , , ,298 Jefferson 224, , , , , ,595 Franklin 102, , , , , ,881 Illinois Madison 265, , , , , ,239 St. Clair 262, , , , , ,112 Monroe 34,064 35,335 36,629 37,502 37,502 37,231 Region 2,590,546 2,620,676 2,651,357 2,671,344 2,679,332 2,660,493 Source: East-West Gateway Council of Governments Table B-2 Employment Projections by : Jurisdiction Missouri City of St. 282, , , , , ,766 St. 796, , , , , ,928 St. Charles 200, , , , , ,441 Jefferson 71,209 71,722 72,198 72,699 73,205 74,301 Franklin 56,569 57,107 57,640 58,201 58,766 60,013 Illinois Madison 129, , , , , ,122 St. Clair 128, , , , , ,367 Monroe 12,901 13,080 13,271 13,474 13,699 14,258 Region 1,676,943 1,688,294 1,699,580 1,710,590 1,721,454 1,744,196 Source: East-West Gateway Council of Governments Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page B-2

143 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts C-1. Overview The current Transportation t Program (TIP) 2022 conformity analysis meets the specific latest planning requirements as outlined in 40 CFR and further clarified in the joint memorandum issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on January 18, Section 176(c)(1)(B)(iii) of the Clean Air Act (CAA) states that "...[t]he determination of conformity shall be based on the most recent estimates of emissions, and such estimates shall be determined from the most recent population, employment, travel, and congestion estimates as determined by the MPO or other agency authorized to make such estimates." C-2. Latest Planning Assumptions Several areas have been highlighted by EPA and US DOT that fall under the use of latest planning assumptions: 1. Travel Demand Model 2. Land Use, Population and Employment Assumptions 3. Service Policy Changes, Toll Changes 4. Travel and Congestion Estimates 5. Interagency Consultation C-2.1 Travel Demand Model The outputs from the East West Gateway (EWG) Travel Demand Model (TDM) are being used in this conformity analysis. The base year for this model is EWG has developed an accurate base year network, and is continuously making updates to highway and transit networks to accurately represent the future analysis year networks. The analysis years for both pollutants, ozone and PM2.5, and both states are the same: 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 and This has been discussed in more detail in the main Determination document. C Introduction Among EWG s responsibilities is the development and maintenance of a regional travel demand model. The St. regional travel demand model, known as TransEVAL, has been developed for use in regional transportation planning and corridor planning. It provides Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-1

144 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts multi-modal travel demand forecasts for motorized and non-motorized modes for the entire East-West Gateway planning area. This documentation is intended to provide an overview of the model and its validation. As the first step for any travel model development, local travel patterns are surveyed and documented. The 2002 St. Home interview Survey was re-expanded to represent 2013 conditions. This dataset contains a total of 5,094 households and represented a sample of about 0.5 percent of the modeled area. As a part of this study, the weighting and expansion factors for the households, persons and trips were re-calculated based on observed data from the 2010 census, Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) data set and American Community Survey (ACS) data. In 2013, EWG conducted an on-board transit passenger survey to observe and document transit travel patterns. This survey included 18,129 responses, and an additional 9,260 trips were gathered from respondents reverse trips, for a total of 27,389 observed trips, for about 25% of the overall ridership on an average weekday. These local travel patterns and conditions form the basis for model updates and recalibration. Latest planning assumptions and land use information was applied, as well as making use of American Community Survey data. TransEval is a traditional four-step trip-based model, as shown in Figure 1, that is implemented for the entire region, including the City of St., the Missouri counties of St., St. Charles, Franklin, Jefferson and the Illinois counties of Madison, St. Clair and Monroe. Figure 2 shows the entire EWG planning area included in the model. Figure 1: TransEval Four Step Trip Based Model Primary inputs for TransEval model include regional land use and demographic data as well as the highway and transit networks. For forecasting purposes, the St. region is disaggregated into 3,500 traffic analysis zones (TAZ) aggregated into either a 35 district or 17 super-district systems. Land use, population, and economic activities in each TAZ are Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-2

145 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts estimated for each forecast year. Highway networks are directionally coded for divided highways and arterials and include any roadway functionally classified as a collector or higher. networks include bus and light rail systems owned and operated by Metro, St. Clair District and Madison District and include park and ride lots as well. Figure 2: EWG Planning Area Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-3

146 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts C Model Summary Population and Land-Use Forecasts Population and employment projections are a key input to the travel demand model. These projections are used to determine future travel demand and travel patterns and the effect this demand will have on the various travel options available. The baseline for 2013 population incorporates population counts from the 2010 Census. Employment baselines were created using a blending of sources, including the Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP), the LEHD data set, and commercial business lists, as well as county and regional employment estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. For more details, please refer to Appendix B: Population and Employment Forecasts. Analysis Zones In TransEval, the eight county St. region is disaggregated into 3,500 traffic analysis zones (TAZ), with land use, population, and economic activities in each TAZ estimated for each forecast year. The size for each TAZ is related to the land use, for areas that have dense land use, either in terms of population or economic activity, the TAZ size is smaller. The TAZs are aggregated into 35 districts for the purpose of summarizing model outputs and conducting reasonableness checks. The model has six area types rural, suburban, urban, core, business and entertainment, and central business district that are used for calibration and highway link capacity calculations. Highway Network The highway network encompasses the eight county planning area. As is typical for regional models, the network generally goes down to the collector level, although it contains a few smaller roads to accommodate the transit network. Also a limited number of local roads are included in the highway network. The highway network also has 68 external stations. The network includes posted speed limits, number of lanes, distance, functional class, and average annual daily traffic (AADT) for The distances for all centroid connectors for a zone represent the average distance required for a person to travel in or out of a zone. The free-flow speed is equal to the posted speed limit. The model estimates lane capacity using design criteria from the 2000 edition of the Highway Capacity Manual. Capacity estimates are based on functional class, area type, posted speed, and number of lanes. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-4

147 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts Network The St. area transit network currently comprises three modes: local buses, express buses, and MetroLink light rail. TransEval includes a detailed network of the transit facilities including all local and express bus routes, MetroLink rail lines, walk access and egress routes are also generated. Bus routes follow the highway links and their speeds are a function of highway link speed adjusted for dwell time at stops. MetroLink rail speed is schedule based, the base year model has 2013 schedules coded in. Besides walk to transit, kiss and ride (KNR), drive to transit or travel to Park and Ride Lots are also modeled. The network has two transit networks; for morning peak travel (6 to 9 a.m.) and for off-peak travel (9 a.m. to 2 p.m.). fares are also used in mode selection. For the base year the corresponding 2010 fares are used. Trip Generation The model uses a cross-classification trip production technique that calculates productions using household size and automobile availability. There are a total of 17 trip purposes, with home based work, home based other, non-home based, and home based shopping being the ones that generate the most trips. In determining the auto ownership, transit accessibility is taken into account as well. For home-based work trips, the model also uses the number of workers in a household and household income group. In addition to the core calculations of productions, several submodels are employed to provide information necessary to support the trip production calculations. These submodels are shown in Figure 3: Area type Automobile ownership Household size distribution Household worker distribution Household income distribution Joint distribution The trip attraction model is based on a set of linear equations using aggregated zone-based socioeconomic data, which generate independent estimates of attractions. Employment and household data are used as attractor variables. There are also three asserted models: airport trips, university trips and a truck model. External trips are fixed percentages for truck trips, through-traffic trips, work trips, and non-workbased trips, based off of an external station volume forecast. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-5

148 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts Figure 3: Trip Generation Sub-models Flow Chart Trip Distribution The destination choice (trip distribution) and mode choice modules are the second and third major program steps within the 4-step model process. In TransEval application, both the mode choice and the destination choice steps are computed jointly by production zone. The logsum from mode choice is used as the primary variable to determine impedance. The destination choice model estimates the probability of selecting a particular attraction zone for a given zone of production, as defined by the regional network and zone system. The Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-6

149 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts model is a destination choice type because it is based on behavioral data describing individual choice behavior and uses a logit-based formulation to estimate the probability of a traveler selecting a particular attraction zone. The home-based work trip purposes are now doubly-constrained to both productions and attractions. The model also uses a series of standard gravity distribution models to estimate the distribution of special-purpose trips, including airport trips, truck trips, on-campus university trips, and external trips. A gravity model assigns larger numbers of trips between zones with a lot of development and that are close together, and fewer trips between smaller zones with a small amount of development and that are farther apart. To better predict destination choice behavior, the model includes a distance variable and transformations of the distance variable (2nd and 3rd power, natural log). Other variables in the distribution model are dummy variables and associated constants for intrazonal trips, river crossings, intercounty movements, inter-state travel, and movements between specific destination and production area types. The destination choice model includes the following variables: Relative attractions based on employment Mode choice logsums Distance impedance Area type at production and attraction ends Intrazonal factors Illinois-Missouri crossing crossing Income group (for home-based work trips) Mode Choice Using the 2013 transit survey data, the mode choice model was updated to better reflect the current transit usage. Important updates to the mode choice model includes the addition of a station-choice/station capacity restraint model which presents choice probabilities for four alternative drive-access paths for light rail transit (LRT), Express and bus rapid transit/commuter rail (for future options) (BRT/CR) modes, in addition to KNR path. The mode choice model uses a nested logit structure comprising 13 mode alternatives and a futuremode alternative, as well as a joint mode choice/destination choice algorithm. Productions are distributed simultaneously to zones and are split into modes. Mode choice variables include: Trip purpose Income Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-7

150 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts In-vehicle time (transit and autos) Egress and access times Transfer time Wait time fare (stratified by income) Auto operating cost (stratified by income) Parking cost (stratified by income) Area Type The mode choice nesting structure is shown in Figure 4. All Trips Walk Local Express LRT Premium Express PNR LRT Premium Path 1 Path 1 Path 1 KNR Express LRT Premium Drive Alone Drive Alone Auto Shared Ride 2 Pers n Motorized Walk 3+ Pers Bike ntoll Toll ntoll Toll ntoll Toll Path 2 Path 2 Path 2 Path 3 Path 3 Path 3 Path 4 Path 4 Path 4 Figure 4: Mode Choice Nested Logit Structure Where: 2-Pers=2 Persons in car 3+ Pers= 3 or more Persons in Car Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-8

151 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts Feedback Loop In TransEval there is a feedback loop from assignment to trip distribution step, with a tight convergence criteria. This step feeds back the congested travel time, both highways and transit, into the distribution step as zone to zone congested travel time skims to ensure equilibration between travel times going into the destination choice model and what is coming out of the same step to ensure that there is stability in the choice of mode and destination. In TransEval there are both highway and transit skims, for peak congested conditions as well as for off-peak conditions, that are fed back to the distributions step. This is to ensure that the model is sensitive to changes in travel time, cost, and other factors affecting travel choices in the different time periods of the day and by mode. Figure 5 shows the feedback loop. Figure 5: TravsEval Feedback Loop Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-9

152 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts Time of Day The time of day model is applied before the traffic assignment step. Inputs include all of the purpose-specific person-trip tables and both the hourly and directional factors by trip purpose. The resulting output is tables by time period prepared for assignment, both for highways and transit networks. The time periods estimated by the model include: AM: 6:00am 9:00am Midday: 9:00am 2:00pm PM: 2:00pm 7:00pm Night: 7:00pm 6:00am In addition to the diurnal factors, another set of factors is used to estimate the peak hour share of each period. The peak hour factors are: AM Peak: (3 hour period) Midday Peak: (5 hour period) PM Peak: (5 hour period) Night Peak: (11 hour period) The actual shares were based on trips in motion which uses the number of trips reported in motion during any given hour, which is consistent with the way in which trips are assigned in the model. Assignment Highway and transit assignments are carried out separately. For highways, the 24 hour day is divided into 4 time periods, each period is assigned separately. Within each period, the peak hour flows are also calculated. To assign trips to the highway network, TransEval employs the user equilibrium process. The user equilibrium process assigns the trips between each origin and each destination zone in such a way that, at the end of the process, no trip can reduce its travel time by changing its path. In other words, taking into account the congestion produced by all other trips in the region, each trip is taking the shortest path. The highway assignment uses a multi-class assignment approach, with the following vehicle classes: 1. SOV non-toll auto Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-10

153 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts 2. HOV non-toll/non-hov facility auto 3. Truck 4. SOV toll auto 5. HOV toll or HOV facility use auto Highway route choice also takes into account any tolls costs involved. Volume for each user class is tracked and saved. Highway assignment uses the Conical Volume Delay functions for calculating the congested travel times, with the parameters being calibrated to the locally observed speed-delay data. assignment is performed for both the peak and off-peak. assignment uses the all-or-nothing algorithm, where the path is selected based on the minimum cost. Route selection includes driving to a park and ride lot then transferring to a transit line. Calibration and Validation A travel demand model needs to be reflective of the recent changes in trip making behavior, economy and other societal shifts. The calibration and validation process is an on-going, systematic analysis of each model step as that step was being developed. This is important since errors in initial steps will be propagated to subsequent model steps due to the sequential nature of the modeling process. Therefore, available observed data has been used to compare trip generation, distribution and mode choice results, in addition to comparing assigned highway volumes against observed counts. The calibration and validation of the TransEval model involves the comparison of base year 2013 model results with observed data from home interview and transit on-board surveys and traffic counts. The goal is to match, with reasonable accuracy, the model-estimated results with those observed from survey data while maintaining a logical and defensible model design. Ultimately, an additional comparison is made with observed traffic counts and transit boardings. This is achieved through systematic and justifiable adjustments to model parameters, including trip rates, distribution impedance parameters, mode choice coefficients and volume-delay functions. An important aspect of calibration and validation is the development and use of observed target values. Observed traffic counts, transit ridership and screen line comparisons were used in the validation process. The conformity regulation 40 CFR (b) (3) states that Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) estimates of vehicle miles traveled (VMT) shall be considered the primary measure of VMT for the classes of roadways included in HPMS. The regulation Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-11

154 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts also allows the use of locally developed count-based programs. EWG COG used both these sources as a part of calibration and validation. For areas with network-based travel models, a factor (or factors) may be developed to reconcile and calibrate the network-based travel model estimates of VMT in the base year of its validation to the HPMS estimates for the same period. Excerpt from 40 CFR (b) (3) Based on the 2010 Census, the urban area boundary for the EWG planning area was redefined. Starting 2015, the state count programs report the HPMS urban and rural VMT based on this updated urban area boundary. Since 2015 is the first year when such data were provided, this year is being used for developing the factors for reconciling the travel model estimates of VMT to the HPMS estimates. The adjustment factors are developed by county and by functional class. These are then applied consistently for all future analysis years and scenarios. C-3.2 Land Use, Population and Employment Assumptions Section of the Federal Conformity Regulations outlines that the most recent planning assumptions in place at the time of conformity determination must be used. These assumptions should be based on the latest estimates of existing and future population, households and employment developed by the MPO. Details on these assumptions and the forecasts are provided in Appendix B: Population and Employment Forecasts, accompanying the main document. C-3.3 Service Policy, Toll Changes The principal transit agency for the St. metropolitan area is Metro ( ment Agency). The agency operates MetroLink, the regional light rail line, and bus service in the City of St. and St. with limited service in St. Charles. Metro also operates bus service in St. Clair and Monroe Counties under an agreement with the St. Clair District. Since 1985, the Madison District has assumed an expanding role in the provision of bus service in that, and now provides all scheduled bus service within and between Madison and other areas. There is no fixed route transit service in either Franklin or Jefferson Counties. AMTRAK provides inter-city rail service to downtown St. as well as to Alton, Illinois and Kirkwood and Washington, Missouri. There is no commuter rail service in the region. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-12

155 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts Table C-1 Annual Metro Ridership in the St. Region: FY Mode MetroBus MetroLink Other Total Year (million riders per year) Source: Metro Madison (MCT) also provides bus service within the county, park and ride options and also express bus links to downtown St.. The annual ridership on the MCT system is shown in Table C-2. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-13

156 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts Since Legacy 2035, Metro s service to the region has been considerably restructured. After the 2006 cross-county extension of Metrolink, Metro reduced service in to the region following financial constraints. Subsequent approval of the half-cent tax by the St. has resulted in restoration of the bus and train services to the region. Metro outlines the agency s goals and implementation plan in its first long range plan, Moving Forward, released in spring The plan outlines the different phases of implementation that include: Immediate Action Steps Short Range (1-5 years) Mid Range (5-10 years) Long Range (10-30 years) Some of the projects outlined in the Plan are identified as illustrative projects in East- West Gateway s Long Range Plan. These include Bus Rapid services planned along the I-70, I-64, I-55, I-44 and Grand corridors along with Light Rail lines planned along the rth Side- South Side corridor. The fiscally constrained scenario does not identify funding for these services and, therefore, they are not included in any Action scenario and no conformity analysis has been conducted for them. For this analysis, Metro s restored services operating since vember 2010 have been incorporated for modeling purposes. The most representative transit service available for 2016 has been coded as the transit network. The Eads was formerly a toll facility but after its rehabilitation and reopening in 2003, it is now toll free. The only other toll facility in the region was the McKinley over the Mississippi River. It had been closed for rehabilitation and was reopened in December w, it is also a toll-free facility. C-3.4 Travel and Congestion Estimates Table C-2 MCT Annual Ridership FY FY Ridership (millions per year) The development of a TDM highway network begins with the identification of type and location of the recommended "regionally significant", capacity modifying transportation projects selected for inclusion in the current TIP and the latest Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRP) for the St. Region, for each non-attainment area in each state. The projects Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-14

157 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts included in the long-range plan were drawn from past long-range planning efforts, Transportation Investment Analysis (MTIA), other corridor and subarea planning studies, and an assessment of future network conditions. The definition of "regional significance" is that contained in the St. Transportation Conformity State Implementation Plan (SIP) (MO 10 CSR ), as amplified through the inter-agency consultation procedures established in that document and in 40 CFR Part Projects are categorized by anticipated year of completion, and built into a network representing each of the analysis years. For the current Connected2045: Long Range Transportation Plan for the St. Region (Connected2045) analysis, through Inter Agency Consultation Group (IACG) consultation it has been agreed to use the following years for regional emission analysis: 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 and identifies projects that are included in the network development. Each analysis year network forms the basis for the next future year network, ensuring that all projects in the prior years are captured as the starting point or base network for that year. This way the changes in the highway and transit network keep rolling forward in a compounding manner. EPA's Office of Transportation and (OTAQ) has developed the MOtor Vehicle Emission Simulator (MOVES). This emission modeling system estimates emissions for mobile sources covering a broad range of pollutants and allows multiple scale analysis. For this emission analysis, the latest version, MOVES2014a, was used. MOVES2014a currently estimates emissions from thirteen vehicles types including cars, trucks & motorcycles. interagency consultation the emissions modeling methodology has also been updated to reflect the current conditions and parameters used in running the updated EPA MOVES2014a model. EWG has worked closely with EPA regional office and the both Missouri and Illinois State air agencies to ensure consistency between the inputs and assumptions for the emission analysis and SIP development efforts. C-3.5 Interagency Consultation As required by the final rule under section , the transportation conformity process includes a significant level of cooperative interaction among the many regional, state, and federal agencies in the bi-state non-attainment area. The East-West Gateway COG established the Advisory Committee (AQAC) in The AQAC has an advisory role to the East-West Gateway Board of Directors and serves as a public forum for the dissemination of information and receipt of feedback about air quality issues. The Committee is also responsible for the coordination of air quality and transportation planning activities in the region. The Advisory Committee (AQAC) includes members representing citizens and various agencies in the region. Member details can be found at: Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-15

158 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts The East-West Gateway COG also formulated a peer group, the IACG. This group involves peers from other State and local air quality planning agencies, local transportation agencies, EPA, and DOT with the intent of focusing on air quality conformity issues. In line with the requirements under section , IACG deliberates on issues such as air quality model and method selection, and assumptions to be used in hot spot and regional emissions analysis. C-4. Estimates of Vehicle Miles of Travel The assignment of vehicle trips to the roadway network can be summarized in terms of vehicle miles of travel (VMT), to present the general effect of changes in the roadway network in relation to the population and employment growth for each horizon year and an alternative network scenario. The base year 2013 roadway network represents, as best as possible, all the roads functionally classified as collectors or higher. The centroid connectors reflect an accurate estimate of time and distance for each intrazonal trip and provide a reasonable reflection of intrazonal activity, or local road travel, for emission estimation purposes. Future year highway and transit networks for 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035, and 2045 networks were built by adding the regionally significant projects, SIP, TIP and LRP projects to the base network, as well as any locally funded project that the IACG deemed as significant or staff considered as impacting the VMT or travel patterns. lists these projects in Table A-1 by analysis year, which were added to the corresponding year highway and/or transit network. The production of exhaust emissions is actually highest during the colder months of the year. However, increased temperatures and sunlight contribute to increased photochemical production of ozone, with the result that ozone concentrations typically reach their peak in the summer. Since the travel demand model estimates an average weekday travel, the output of the model is adjusted to provide an estimate of the travel that takes place under typical summer conditions. EWG uses the approach described under the conformity rule (b)(3). This has been discussed in detail under the Calibration and Validation section. Table C-3 presents aggregate adjustment factors for the St. Region based on 2015 HPMS daily data. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-16

159 Appendix C Travel Demand Modeling Procedures, Assumptions and Forecasts Table C-3 Year 2015 Vehicle-Miles of Travel (Daily) Adjustments Region Missouri Illinois 2015 HPMS VMT 67,160,382 50,572,752 16,587, Modeled VMT 66,997,376 52,369,886 14,627,490 HPMS Adj Factor Table C-4 presents annual VMT estimates for the eight county St. Region obtained by multiplying the average summer weekday VMT by 365. Table C-4 Projected Annual Vehicle Miles of Travel Missouri Illinois Region Analysis Year Regional Adjusted Annual VMT (Based on Summer Weekday VMT) ,625,547,375 5,750,588,505 27,376,135, ,146,768,470 5,895,685,495 28,042,453, ,625,804,325 6,045,267,605 28,671,071, ,002,703,325 6,189,742,270 29,192,445, ,595,049,415 6,467,138,985 30,062,188,400 Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page C-17

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161 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model 1 MOtor Vehicle Emissions Simulation (MOVES) model Emissions methodology The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency s (EPA) Office of Transportation and (OTAQ) developed the computer program MOtor Vehicle Emission Simulator (MOVES). This emission modeling system projects emissions for mobile sources covering a broad range of pollutants and allows multiple scale analysis. MOVES estimates running, project exhaust, and evaporative emissions as well as brake and tire wear emissions from all types of on-road vehicles. Since 2012, East-West Gateway (EWGCOG) uses the EPA approved air quality model MOVES in regional emissions analysis for transportation conformity determinations. For the current ozone and fine particulate (PM 2.5 ) emissions analyses, EWGCOG uses the latest version of the EPA moves model available at the time of the start of the analysis; this is MOVES version 14a released in vember 2016: Figure 1: MOVES official version used 1.1 Data requirements Data sources derive from consultation with regional EPA offices, Illinois state Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA), Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MoDNR), local agencies, and the State Implementation Plan (SIP) development agencies. The Inter Agency Consultation Group (IACG) is the platform for this consultation process Interfacing with Travel Demand Model (TDM) MOVES software is based on a different platform and structured differently than the TDM. The traditional source type (refers to vehicle type), road type stratification typically used in the TDM may not provide enough information needed by MOVES. This poses the need for new equivalence files, and pre-moves and post-moves processing. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-1

162 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model 2 Applying MOVES in Regional Emission Analysis There are two main options available for applying MOVES in the regional emission analysis. 2.1 Option 1: Inventory Mode Travel Demand Model MOVES Model MOVES can be run in inventory mode. In this mode, it requires the loaded TDM network, with the traffic projection as an input into MOVES. The disadvantage to this option is that this requires running MOVES for every modification to the TDM. 2.2 Option 2: Emission Rates Mode Travel MOVES Demand Model Model When run in the emission rates mode, MOVES produces stratified mobile source emission rate projections for each pollutant type and process. These emission rates are then applied to the projections of vehicle miles of travel generated by the regional TDM, using the same stratification. EWGCOG uses this approach in the current regional emission analysis for the St. planning region ozone and PM 2.5 analysis, based on consultation with EPA and various Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) regarding the use of MOVES. 3 Moves Run Specification Parameters To use MOVES for determining emission rates or inventory, the first step is to prepare a Run Specification (RunSpec) file, to define the scale, location, time, vehicle, road, fuel, emission producing process, and pollutant parameters. These data are stored in a run specification (RunSpec) XML file. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-2

163 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model The RunSpec file can be edited and executed directly or with the MOVES Graphical User Interface (GUI). The navigation panel in the GUI is simple and easy to use. The run spec files hold the parameters listed above, that define the run details for the various analysis years. Listed in Table 1, are the parameters specified in the RunSpec files for various analysis years used in this analysis: Table1: Run Spec File Parameters Parameter Settings Moves Version Scale Calculation Type Time Span MOVES2014a, Default database movesdb Emission Rates Time aggregation = Hour Month of July for ozone; Month of April for PM2.5 All hours of day selected Weekdays Geographic Bounds Zone and Link On Vehicle All Source Types and Fuel Combinations Equipment Type All road types, including off-road For Ozone: NOx, VOC, Total Gaseous Hydrocarbons, n-methane Hydrocarbons Pollutant and Processes For PM2.5: NOx, Primary Exhaust PM 2.5 (total), Organic Carbon, Elemental Carbon, Sulfate Particulate, Brake wear Particulate, Tire wear Particulate, and Total Energy Consumption General Output Output Emissions Detail Output database created Units; Mass units grams Energy units Joules Distance units miles Activity, distance traveled and source type population Hour, pollutant, emission process, on and off road, source type, road type Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-3

164 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model The following screen shots capture the settings tabulated above. These settings are consistent across all analysis years. 3.1 MOVES Navigator Some important screen shots are shown below in order to clearly indicate the RunSpec file parameters Scale In this option, the Domain/Scale and calculation type is specified. The Domain specifies the level of default data needed to use for analysis and also the scale of the analysis. EWGCOG has used the county scale. The county scale requires user supplied local data for most inputs. We have selected Emission Rates as the calculation type. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-4

165 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model Geographic Bounds This is indicating that for Illinois, the proxy county used, St Clair in this analysis, and the region level selected, and the input database. For Missouri, St. was the proxy county Vehicle Equipment All Source Types and Gasoline, Diesel, Ethanol (E-85), and Electricity combinations were selected. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-5

166 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model Pollutant and Processes Above is shown that NO x, VOC, Total Gaseous Hydrocarbons, n-methane Hydrocarbons were selected here for ozone. For PM 2.5 the pollutant and processes were: NO x ; primary exhaust PM 2.5 (total); organic carbon; elemental carbon; sulfate particulate; brake wear particulate; tire wear particulate; and total energy consumption Output These screen shots indicate the general outputs and the units selected. They also show the output stratification used in this analysis. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-6

167 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model 4 Data Manager The Data Manager (CDM) is used to simplify importing specific local data for the county or a user-defined custom domain without requiring direct interaction with the underlying MySQL database. Table 2 lists files inputed into the CDM, and their development. Table 2: MOVES input files File Name Source IM Coverage Illinois EPA/MoDNR AVFT MOVES defaults adjusted for no CNG transit buses Fuel Supply Illinois MOVES defaults/modnr Fuel Formulation Illinois MOVES defaults/modnr Meteorological Data Illinois EPA/MoDNR Avg Speed Distribution Illinois EPA/MoDNR Type Distribution Illinois EPA/MoDNR Ramp Fraction TDM HPMSvTypeYear EPA Calculators and thetdm Hour VMT Fraction MOVES defaults Month VMT Fraction MOVES defaults Day VMT Fraction MOVES defaults Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-7

168 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model File Name Source Type Age Distribution Source Type Population Source Illinois EPA/MoDNR Technical Guidance MOVES14a, Procedure Section 4.3 Consensus on the above files, occurred through discussion with the Inter Agency Consultation Group (IACG), the regional EPA offices and the MOVES technical guidance group. The regional TDM generates vehicle miles traveled (VMT) for conformity determination purposes. EWGCOG receives VMT data for Baldwin Township from Illinois EPA, ensuring that the same VMT assumptions used in conformity were used in SIP development. For Illinois, it was agreed to use the proxy county approach, that is to combine all the three Illinois counties and analyze them as one proxy county. It was agreed to use St. Clair as the proxy county, again this is in line with the SIP development process and was done in close collaboration with IACG and Illinois EPA. For Missouri, it was also agreed to use the proxy county approach, and to use St. as the proxy county. Again this was done in close collaboration with IACG, MoDNR and the regional EPA office. 4.1 I/M Coverage The I/M Importer allows the user to import data relating to inspection and maintenance programs. Illinois EPA provides input data, which is the I/M program in effect going forward. MoDNR provides input data on the Missouri I/M program. 4.2 Fuel Supply, Fuel Formulation, and AVFT Together use of Fuel Formulation, Fuel Supply, and alternative vehicle and fuels technology (AVFT) importers input appropriate fuel data in the correct MOVES format. Illinois EPA and MoDNR provided the necessary files with the exception of a modified MOVES default AVFT for conformity analysis. 4.3 Meteorological Data In the Meteorological Data Importer, this dataset has data items such as month ID, Zone ID, hour ID, Temperature and Relative Humidity. Illinois EPA provides the 25-year average of meteorological data collected at Lambert International Airport for use in this conformity determination. For Missouri, the MoDNR provided these data. These are suitable for use in the various analysis years by IACG, Illinois EPA, and MoDNR. 4.4 Average Speed Distribution The CDM allows the user to input average speed data specific to road type, source type, time of day, and type of day combination. The MOVES model defines 16 speed bins which describe the average driving speed on each road type. Thus, for each combination of vehicle type, road type, and hour/day type, there is a corresponding fraction for each speed bin, these fractions together equal one. EPA Illinois EPA and MoDNR provide these data in the format required by MOVES. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-8

169 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model 4.5 Type Distribution The fraction of VMT by road type varies from area to area and can have a significant effect on overall emissions from on-road mobile sources. The VMT fractions by road type used in inventory modeling for SIPs and regional conformity analyses should be consistent with the most recent information used for transportation planning. For each source type, the Type Distribution table stores the distribution of VMT by road type (e.g., the fraction of passenger car VMT on each of the road types). Illinois EPA and MoDNR provided these data, after adjusting for available local data. The VMT used here as input was the output from the regional TDM. In the emission rates mode, these data only relatatively impact non-running emission rate processes. 4.6 Ramp Fraction Use of the Ramp Fraction tab is optional; if the user does not import local data the default value is 8 percent. For all analysis years, the TDM outputs were used to generate these data. 4.7 Vehicle Type VMT EPA recommends the use of locally developed VMT projections for SIPs and regional conformity analyses. Travel demand forecasting models are often the source of information used by MPOs to project VMT. EWGCOG uses the approach described under the conformity rule (b)(3). This allows areas with network-based travel models to develop factors, which reconcile and calibrate the network-based travel model projections of VMT in the base year of its validation to the Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) projections for the same period. Section 3, ing Locality-Specific Inputs from Travel Demand Models, of the EPA document, Volume IV: Chapter 2, Use of Locality- Specific Transportation Data for the ment of Mobile Source Emission Inventories, (September 1996), discusses the procedure followed to reconcile traffic demand model results with HPMS VMT projections. MOVES requires VMT by source type, month, day, and hour VMT fractions. The TDM gives output as the average annual daily traffic. In order to develop the detailed fractions required by MOVES, EWGCOG uses EPA created converters. These convertors allow users to input average annual daily VMT from the TDM along with other local information such as monthly and weekend day adjustment factors. The output of these converters is the equivalent MOVES tables of VMT by HPMS class, VMT fractions by month, by day and by hour. MoDNR and Illinois EPA used local information, where available, to improve the outputs such that they better reflect local conditions. EWGCOG use these convertors in this analysis to get the MOVES files in the right format. 4.8 Source Type Age Distribution The age distribution of vehicle fleets can vary significantly from area to area. Fleets with a higher percentage of older vehicles will have higher emissions. For emission calculation, MOVES requires vehicle age distribution by source type. Vehicle age distribution is divided into 30 years based on vehicle model years. Surveys of registration data indicate considerable local variability in vehicle age distributions. For this reason, Illinois EPA and MoDNR used local vehicle registration information to develop a localized and updated version. MOVES requires a age distribution by source type, the same file is used for all analysis years as required by EPA, and is consistent with the file used in SIP development. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-9

170 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model 4.9 Source Type Population MOVES uses source type population to calculate start and evaporative emissions. The Source Type Population Importer allows the user to input the number of vehicles in the geographic, for each vehicle type or source type selected for modeling in the Run Spec file. MOVES categorizes vehicles into 13 source types, which are subsets of five HPMS vehicle types. Detailed vehicle information was not available at the local level. Therefore, EWGCOG used the procedure described in MOVES (version 14a) Technical Guidance, Section 4.3. This involves basing population projections on the VMT projections for a particular source type and the ratio of MOVES default population to VMT by source type. Running MOVES at the national scale generates default populations and VMT for the city of St. and the seven counties in consideration. Local VMT multiplied by the ratio of default population to default VMT, calculates a projection of local population based on local VMT. This was repeated for each analysis year, since projections differ for each year. 5 Emission Rates Output For transportation related ozone emissions, the sources include exhaust and evaporative emissions that occur while vehicles are on real roads, starts, extended idle, and evaporative emissions (with the exception of refueling) that occur while a vehicle is parked. The combined sum of all these emissions gives the total transportation related emissions. When running MOVES in the emissions rates mode, the three key output tables are: 1. rateperdistance: When Emission Rates is selected on the Scale panel, the RatePerDistance table stores emissions as rates per distance (e.g. grams per mile) with the units depending on those selected in the run specification. This table includes rates for exhaust and evaporative emissions that occur while vehicles are on real roads, but does not include rates for starts, extended idle, or evaporative emissions (with the exception of refueling) that occur while a vehicle is parked. 2. rateperprofile: When Emission Rates is selected on the Scale panel, the RatePerProfile table stores vapor venting emissions from parked vehicles as rates per vehicle (e.g. grams per vehicle). te that the denominator is the total vehicle population not just the vehicles that are parked. The temperature profile ID in this table refers to a particular daily pattern of temperatures. This is important because vapor venting depends on temperatures in both the current and previous hours. 3. ratepervehicle: When Emission Rates is selected on the Scale panel, the RatePerProfile table stores emissions from starts and extended idle, and some evaporative emissions (permeation and liquid leaks) from parked vehicles as rates per vehicle (e.g. grams per vehicle). The denominator for county level runs is the total vehicle population not just parked vehicles. 6 Travel Demand Model Output The output from running MOVES in emission rates mode is a set of emission rates, as mentioned in the section above. The stratification of running emission rates include; source type, road type, pollutant and process, speed bin, month, type of day (week vs weekend) and hour. In order to calculate the total running emissions, the emission rate per mile has to be multiplied by the total VMT for that strata and Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-10

171 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model summed. For the starts, extended idle and evaporative emissions, the rate is per vehicle. So the rate per profile and rate per vehicle tables have to be multiplied by the appropriate source type population and summed to get the total non-running emissions. Combining the running and non-running emissions will give the total emissions. This is shown in Figure 2, in a simplified schematic. For details regarding the TDM housed and maintained by EWGCOG, please refer to Appendix C. Figure 2: Emission Calculation using MOVES in Emission Rate Mode Run MOVES Model *Running Emission - Run TDM rates - Prepare Model Links *n-running Emission rates * Running Emissions Summarize and Calculate Emissions Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-11

172 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model 7 Calculation of Total Emission Amounts MOVES Post Processor The execution of the MOVES2014a software (MOVES) in emission rates mode requires more time and computational resources than execution in inventory mode. The advantage of the emission rates mode is that minor changes in the network do not require another execution of MOVES. Frequently, an MPO's work involves such minor network changes, which then change the overall vehicle miles of travel (VMT). To calculate the total emission amounts that must be reported for air quality conformity purposes, EWG staff developed a post-processing program, MOVES Post Processor (MPP), using the programming language Python. Python is an open source, cross platform, object-oriented language. This section briefly discusses the MPP and how it uses the VMT from the TDM along with MOVES input and output databases to calculate the total emission amounts. Travel Demand Model MOVES Model MOVES Post-Processor 7.1 MOVES Post Processor ment The following criteria strictly guided the development of the MPP: 1. Conformance with EPA and Federal guidelines 2. Consistency in calculation methodology 3. Ease and flexibility in data entry 4. Pollutant versatility 5. Various levels of aggregation 6. User defined output Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-12

173 Appendix D MOVES2014 Model Figure 3: MOVES Post Processor GUI The MPP automates many of the calculations for the total emission amounts, which significantly reduces the time required of the user and the potential for error. The MPP opens a graphical user interface (GUI), as shown in Figure 3, using which user specifies the names of the input and output databases generated by MOVES run and the pollutant(s) of interest. The MPP then performs a series of queries on various tables from both databases to obtain the total amounts of running, profile, and vehicle emissions for each of the selected pollutants. These total emission amounts, at various levels of aggregation, are inserted into newly created tables in the output database. Extensive quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) procedures are embedded in the MPP. ly, extensive testing was performed to validate the output of the MPP by executing it with MOVES databases currently in use for Regional Emissions Analysis and comparing the output with that obtained by the previous method, where Microsoft Access was used to manually apply the queries to the tables in the databases. Documentation 8-Hour Ozone & PM 2.5 Page D-13