STAKEHOLDER-DRIVEN
PERFORMANCE BASED MOBILITY FUNDING STRATEGY

In a world with more mobility needs than funding, communities across the nation are seeking to prioritize mobility investments that provide the greatest societal benefits and can attract outside sources of funding. These mobility needs range from back of curb, intersection improvements, road diets, added capacity, new roadways, multi-use paths, bridge replacements, roadway reconstruction, various transit improvements and other mobility enhancements. Through 35 plus years of mobility planning and implementation, The Goodman Corporation (TGC) understands making difficult mobility trade-off decisions and attracting outside funding can be difficult for the community, staff and leadership. As a result, communities often develop transportation plans that are unachievable without support from funding partners, with many important mobility projects stuck in a “design concept” holding pattern for years.

At TGC, our core practice focuses on shepherding projects from ideas to ground breaking ceremonies. We are able to accomplish this through the attraction of outside funding, innovative finance, public/private partnerships, and the utilization of economic development tools. Accordingly, TGC has developed a planning process that develops, prioritizes, and creates a funding and implementation strategy for projects using a performance based process with guidance and leadership via local stakeholders. TGC has assembled a team of engineering, environmental, economic, political, and transportation experts to analyze, prioritize, and develop projects in a way which will lead to funding and construction. The Stakeholder-Driven Performance Based Mobility Fundin Strategy is a great compliment to a Capital Improvement Plan, Thoroughfare Plan, Parks Plan, Long-Range Plan, and other community planning efforts.

 

 

 

 

TGC STRATEGY

  • PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

    Goals & Objectives
    Other Planning Studies
    Public/Stakeholder Input
    Statement of Need
    Project Scope to Address Need

  • PROJECT FEASIBILITY

    Feasibility Analysis
    Right of Way Analysis
    Preliminary NEPA Review

  • PROJECT PRIORITIZATION

    Costs
    Performance Measures
    Societal Benefits
    Schedule for Program of Projects
    PROGRAM OF PROJECTS

  • PROJECT READINESS

    ROW & Utility Agreements
    Financial Commitments
    Coordination and Agreements
    Environmental Compliance
    Engineering/Design (Schematic/100%)
    PRIORITIZED PROJECTS

  • PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

    Monitor Notice of Funding Announcements
    Pursue Federal, State, MPO and Other Funding
    READY FOR IMPLEMENTATION