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File #: 36321    Version: Name: Amending the 2015 adopted capital budget to create a new project-UrbanFootprint Scenario
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/24/2014 In control: LONG RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING COMMITTEE (ended 6/2018)
On agenda: 1/20/2015 Final action: 1/20/2015
Enactment date: 1/23/2015 Enactment #: RES-15-00078
Title: SUBSTITUTE Amending the 2015 adopted capital budget to create a new project with authorized expenditures of $575,000 within the Planning and Community and Economic Development agency (PCED) entitled “Urban Footprint Scenario Transit Oriented Planning,” and to transfer funds to the project from the Sustainability Fund; amending the 2015 adopted Operating Budget of the Planning Division to create a 1.0 Limited Term Employee Planner 2 or 3 to serve as project coordinator; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a sole source agreement with Calthorpe Analytics to provide UrbanFootprint scenario modeling software and training to be used by the Planning Division in support of Bus Rapid Transit station area planning.
Sponsors: Paul R. Soglin
Attachments: 1. TIGER-summary.pdf, 2. Honolulu.pdf, 3. Version 1.pdf
Fiscal Note
This resolution will amend the budget to create a new capital project in the 2015 adopted capital budget of the Planning and Community and Economic Development agency (PCED) entitled “Urban Footprint Scenario Transit Oriented Planning,” with authorized expenditures of $575,000, comprised of $300,000 in Federal TIGER grant funds, $250,000 in City General Obligation borrowing to be transferred from the “Implement Sustainability Plan” capital budget of Facilities Management (Project No.9, Acc’t No. 810778), and a $25,000 grant from the State Smart Transportation Initiative. (An additional $25,000 in matching grant funds is provided by MG&E andwill be paid directly to Vandewalle Associates for station area planning services in South Madison, which may include the development of architectural renderings and site design assistance). Ten percent (10%) of the grant funds (or $60,000) will be held in contingency to cover project overruns such as additional staff time to complete the grant work or additional consulting services needed


In addition, the Resolution amends the 2015 adopted operating budget of the Planning Division to create a new 1.0 Limited Term Employee Planner 2 or 3 to provide Project Management services including data analysis/GIS, site design, public outreach and other transit station area planning services required by the grant application. Finally, the Resolution authorizes the City to enter into an agreement with Calthorpe Analytics to purchase the Urban Footprint Development Scenario Modeling Tool (plus associated training) at a cost not to exceed $325,000.

There is no net impact on the levy.

The 2015 adopted capital budget amendment will be amended as follows:

NEW PROJECT IN PCED: “Urban Footprint Scenario Transit Oriented Planning:”
$525,000 CD21-58015-XXXXXX Professional Fees (project code pending)
($300,000) CD21-73111-XXXXXX Federal Grant Revenues (Increase)
($250,000) CD21-79140-XXXXXX General Obligation Borrowing (Increase)
($ ...

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