Holt Street TIDP

Posted on: August 15, 2017

Accelerating Innovative Development Funding (AID)

November 2017

The reconstruction of Holt St from Green Boulevard to Trinity St includes the reconstruction of the sidewalks to meet Americans with Disabilities Act provisions.  Some additional easement will be requested from property owners where the sidewalk needs to go past the utility poles.  The City’s engineering consultant is working on the plans and specifications for the project and will be providing information on where the additional easements will be needed.

September 2017

Survey crews will begin work collecting information for the design of Holt Street, from Green Boulevard to Trinity Street, beginning Monday, September 18, 2017.  Utility locations will be marked prior to the start of the survey work, flags and paint marks will be used for marking. Bartlett & West, the City’s Consulting Engineer for the project, and will be doing the work.

August 2017

Mexico City Council authorizes City Manager Slagle to sign contract documents with Bartlett & West of Jefferson City, Missouri for engineering design services on the Holt Street project.  Bartlett & West has been selected from MoDOT’s pre-qualified on-call engineering list to perform the design. Bartlett & West has been selected due to their familiarity with the innovative paving process that will be used in the Holt Street project and the City of Mexico. The scope of work includes survey, design, utility coordination and easement preparation at a cost not to exceed $99,882.94.  Funding for the project under the TIDP grant is 80/20 and the City’s cost share is an amount not to exceed $19,976.58.

July 2017

Mexico City Council approves the the project that is estimated to cost $996,795.50, $797,436 in AID funding and the balance coming from City of Mexico funds. The City of Mexico is prepared to proceed with the project.

July 2017

City Staff is notified that the City of Mexico has received the requested Accelerating Innovative Development funding (AID) which will be managed through the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).

September 2016

The City of Mexico applied through MoDOT to the Federal Highway Administration, for Accelerating Innovative Development (AID) Funding.



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