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Description

This project provides for the investigation and analysis of various storm drainage assistance requests initiated by private citizens and public agencies. These requests are related to the design, construction, and operation of public drainage facilities where flooding and erosion occur. This project includes expenditures for the preliminary and final design and land acquisition for storm drain projects prior to inclusion in the Storm Drain General project, or as a stand-alone project in the Capital Improvements Program (CIP). Prior to its inclusion in the CIP, the Department of Transportation (DOT) will conduct a feasibility study to determine the general and specific features required for the project. Candidate projects currently are evaluated from the Drainage Assistance Request list. As part of the facility planning process, DOT considers citizen and public agency requests and undertakes a comprehensive analysis of storm drainage issues and problems being experienced in the County. This analysis is used to select areas where a comprehensive long-term plan for the remediation of a problem may be required. No construction activities are performed in this project. When a design is 35 percent complete, an evaluation is performed to determine if right-of-way is needed. Based on the need for right-of-way, the project may proceed to final design and the preparation of right-of-way plats under this project. The cost of right-of-way acquisition will be charged to the Advanced Land Acquisition Revolving Fund (ALARF). When designs are complete, projects with a construction cost under $500,000 will be constructed in the Storm Drain General project. Projects with a construction cost over $500,000 will be constructed in stand-alone projects.
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Phase

Ongoing

Status

Active
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Budget Snapshot
$9.97M Total
Expenditures/Funding
$2.88M 6 Year Total
Expenditures/Funding
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Capacity

Projects will be designed to accommodate the ten year storm frequency interval.
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Cost Change

Cost increase by 50 percent per year due to increased scope related to climate action plan initiatives to address extreme precipitation impacts to storm drain and infrastructure. FY27 and FY28 funding has also been added to this level of effort project.
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Justification

Evaluation, justification, and cost-benefit analysis are completed by DOT as necessary. In the case of participation projects, drainage studies and preliminary plans will be prepared by the requestor's engineer and reviewed by DOT. Traffic signals, streetlights, crosswalks, bus stops, ADA ramps, bikeways and other pertinent issues are being considered in the design of the project to ensure pedestrian safety.
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Other

Before being added as a sub-project, concept studies are evaluated based on the following factors: public safety; damage to private property; frequency of event; damage to public right-of-way; environmental factors such as erosion, general public benefit, availability of right-of-way; and 5:1 cost benefit damage prevented ratio. In the case of public safety or severe damage to private property, the 5:1 cost benefit damage prevented ratio can be waived. Drainage assistance requests are evaluated on a continuing basis in response to public requests. DOT maintains a database of complaints. Recent construction projects completed include: Menlo Avenue, Windmill Lane, Eastwood Avenue, Tomlinson Avenue, Tranford Road, Thornley Court, McComas Avenue, Roosevelt Avenue, Greenfield Street, Decatur Avenue, Stonington Place, Brookside Drive, Warren Street, Windsor Lane, Charen Lane, Goshen Road, Burdette Avenue, Pearson Street, Pearson Street, Stable Lane, Springridge Road, Wildwood Shopping Center. Candidate Projects for FY22 and FY23: Reading Road, Kenilworth Driveway, Railroad Street, Conway Drive, Easley Street, Saul Road, Lucas Lane, Parkwood Drive, Fairfax Road, Highview Drive, Gardiner Avenue, Macarthur Blvd at Persimmon Tree Road.
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Fiscal Note

FY21 supplemental for $81,622 in Federal Aid for River Falls drainage study.
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Disclosures

A pedestrian impact analysis has been completed for this project. Expenditures will continue indefinitely.
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Coordination

Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Maryland Department of the Environment, United States Army Corps of Engineers, Montgomery County Department of Permitting Services, Utility Companies, and Sidewalk Program - Minor Projects (CIP No. 506747).
Budget Snapshot
$9.97M Total
Expenditures/Funding
$2.88M 6 Year Total
Expenditures/Funding
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Project Details
Project NumberP508180
Date Last Modified01/14/22
Administering AgencyTransportation
CategoryConservation of Natural Resources
SubCategoryStorm Drains
Planning AreaCountywide
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Total Expenditures by Cost Element (000s)
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Total Funding by Source (000s)
EXPENDITURES (000s)
Cost ElementsTotalThru FY21Est FY22Total 6 YearsFY 23FY 24FY 25FY 26FY 27FY 28Beyond 6 Years
Planning, Design and Supervision9767638750028804804804804804804800
Land147147000000000
Site Improvements and Utilities00000000000
Construction4747000000000
Other55000000000
Total Expenditures9966658650028804804804804804804800
FUNDING (000s)
Funding SourceTotalThru FY21Est FY22Total 6 YearsFY 23FY 24FY 25FY 26FY 27FY 28Beyond 6 Years
Current Revenue: General41034103000000000
Current Revenue: Water Quality Protection5680238241828804804804804804804800
Federal Aid8208200000000
G.O. Bonds101101000000000
Total Funding Sources9966658650028804804804804804804800
APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURE DATA ($000s)
Appropriation FY 23 Request480
Year First AppropriationFY81
Appropriation FY 24 Request480
Last FY's Cost Estimate8284
Cumulative Appropriation7086
Expenditure / Encumbrances6620
Unencumbered Balance466