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File #: 23-386    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Consent Agenda
File created: 8/8/2023 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 9/6/2023 Final action:
Title: VDOT Revenue Sharing Program Applications
Attachments: 1. Att.A - Resolution for Commonwealth Dr-Dominion Drive Sidewalks, 2. Att.B - Resolution for Berkmar Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements, 3. Att.C - Resolution for Berkmar Extension to Airport Road
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AGENDA DATE: 9/6/2023

VDOT Revenue Sharing Program Applications

SUBJECT/PROPOSAL/REQUEST: Resolutions of Support for Three Final Application Submissions in the Virginia Department of Transportation's FY2024 Revenue Sharing Program

ITEM TYPE: Consent Action Item

STAFF CONTACT(S): Richardson, Rosenberg, Herrick, Filardo, McDermott, Hersh-Ballering

PRESENTER (S): Hersh-Ballering


REVIEWED BY: Jeffrey B. Richardson

BACKGROUND: The Virginia Department of Transportation's (VDOT) Revenue Sharing program provides up to $10 million in state funding for local projects over the lifetime of the project. Successful Revenue Sharing applications require a 50% local match. Project costs that exceed $20 million are the responsibility of the locality.

Revenue Sharing project applications are sorted into one of four priority levels, with Priority 1 projects being most likely to receive funding. Priority 1 projects are those that have received funding in a previous round of Revenue Sharing.

VDOT accepts Revenue Sharing project applications in odd-numbered years. Pre-applications are submitted in June and final applications are submitted in early October. For each round of Revenue Sharing, a locality may request a total equal to or less than $10 million in state funds for any number of projects.

STRATEGIC PLAN: Infrastructure & Placemaking - Invest in infrastructure and amenities that create connection, opportunity, and well-being.

DISCUSSION: Albemarle County submitted five Revenue Sharing pre-applications in June 2023, requesting over $15 million in state funds. At the August 2, 2023 Board of Supervisors meeting, staff described all five pre-applications and noted that only a subset of those pre-applications could be submitted as final applications due to the $10 million request limit per round.

At that meeting, the Board determined that the Hydraulic Road & Lambs Lane Campus Improvements project and the Eastern ...

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