The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) invites eligible Bay Area public agencies to submit project proposals to participate in the regional Mobility Hubs Pilot Program. The Pilot Program is intended to serve as a learning experience on the steps and actions that work best to advance and implement mobility hubs, as well as how to overcome implementation challenges.  The pilot is focused on projects within the priority locations detailed in Attachment A of the Program Guidelines.

The Project Information Form is due by 4:00 p.m., Friday, June 25, 2021.

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* 1. Project Name:

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* 2. Project Sponsor:

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* 3. Sponsor Contact Information:

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* 4. Brief Project Description (Please limit to 100 words):

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* 5. Specify the category for the project:

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* 6. Provide 1) the address or intersection of project location, and 2) the corresponding hub description from the Prioritized Location tables in Attachment A of the Program Guidelines:

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* 7. Specify Typology (see the Mobility Hubs Implementation Playbook’s Play 1 for descriptions):

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* 8. Anchor Service(s) - Evaluation factor: 10%:
Identify the travel options available through the project. Indicate if the options are existing or will be provided through this project. For transit, include stop location, service line(s) and frequency of service at the project location:

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* 9. Project Benefit and Need - Evaluation factor: 20% (Please limit to 200 words):
A.    Describe how the project fits into your agency’s transportation, customer service or climate plans. Reference any local or regional plans in which this project is included (e.g. community-based transportation plan, station area or specific plans, bicycle or pedestrian plans, etc.).

B.    Describe how the project progresses one or more of MTC’s Mobility Hubs Program objectives (see Playbook Introduction for more information):
  • Coordinated Mobility (sites with frequent and interjurisdictional transit service)
  • Climate Action (potential to convert low-occupancy, solo vehicle trips to other sustainable modes such as transit, shared mobility options, biking, and walking)
  • Equitable Mobility (ability to achieve equitable outcomes through need-based mobility and anti-displacement measures)

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* 10. Community Engagement & Planning Processes - Evaluation factor: 15% (Please limit to 200 words):
Describe the community outreach that has been completed related to this project so far. Also describe the communication activities that will be considered to inform the surrounding community during project construction and after build-out:

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* 11. Customer-Centric and Placemaking Mobility Hub Design - Evaluation factor: 20% (Please limit to 200 words):
A.    Describe how the design of the project incorporates placemaking elements and will be customer oriented to create a unified hub space. Describe which feature(s) from each of the four elements will be incorporated into the design (see Table 1 in the Program Guidelines and more information in the Playbook’s Play 1).

B.  If building on an existing location, how will the design transform the space into one that cohesive, safe, welcoming and inclusive space for all users of all backgrounds and abilities?

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* 12. Project Partnerships - Evaluation factor: 10%:
Describe any partnerships in place or will be created for this project (city departments, county transportation agencies, transit agencies, community groups, etc.):

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* 13. MTC’s Regional Transit Mapping & Wayfinding Program - Evaluation factor: 10%:
Describe project’s wayfinding plan and coordination with MTC’s Regional Transit Mapping & Wayfinding Program (more information in Play 5 of the Mobility Hubs Playbook, and design guidance for sign types can be found in the MTC Regional Signage Standards):

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* 14. Deliverability - Evaluation factor: 15% (Please limit to 300 words):
Projects in the construction phase will be given preference; however, Preliminary Engineering (PE) and Right Of Way (ROW) phases are also eligible as long as construction (CON) phase of the project is obligated by January 31, 2023.

A.    Describe the project’s timeline and status, and the phase that the Pilot Program will fund (e.g. funds to develop Preliminary Engineering (PE) or Right Of Way (ROW) phases; funds for construction (CON)).

B.     Describe ability to meet the January 31, 2023 obligation deadline.

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* 15. Maintenance Plan (Please limit to 200 words):
CMAQ funding requires projects are maintained after construction. Describe how project will address ongoing maintenance once complete. Include description of possible partnerships or other approaches:

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* 16. Describe how the project will meet local match requirements:

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* 17. For Category 1 Projects Only: Describe how quick build treatments will transition to permanent construction. Include approximate transition time period and possible evaluation metrics used to determine transition to permanence:

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* 18. Upload any documents here (e.g. preliminary conceptual plans).

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* 19. Upload any additional documents here.

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