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University of Washington Subarea: Multimodal Integrated Corridor - Mobility for All (MICMA): Volume 1 Technical Application

1. Cover Page

Project Name Multimodal Integrated Corridor Mobility for All
Eligible Entity Applying to Receive Federal Funding City of Seattle Department of Transportation
Total Project Cost (from all sources) $17,147,000
ATCMTD Request $4,091,000
Are matching funds restricted to a specific project component? If so, which one?

Cash matches from SDOT and WSDOT are not restricted Soft match from private sector partners are restricted to their specific components:

  • Siemens soft match is restricted to adaptive control software development and controller firmware development
  • Sensys soft match is restricted to GiveMeGreen bicycle X-to-1 software and android app development
  • Verizon soft match is restricted to implementation of Mobility as a Service kiosks and Verizon wireless network improvements
State(s) in which the project is located Washington
Is the project currently programmed in the:
  • Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
  • Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
  • MPO Long Range Transportation Plan
  • State Long Range Transportation Plan

The SDOT funds are currently programed in SDOT's 3-year plan, and are local funds.

WSDOT funds are part of the SR 520 project, and are programmed in the:

  • TIP: Puget Sound Regional Council 2017- 2020 TIP
  • STIP: WSDOT 2017-2020 STIP
  • MPO Long Range Plan: PSRC Transportation 2040 Long Range Plan
  • State Long Range Transportation Plan: Washington Transportation Plan 2035
Technologies Proposed to Be Deployed (briefly list)
  • Traffic signal system upgrades, detection, communications network, CCTV and DMS
  • Passive pedestrian detection and pedestrian demand-based signal timing
  • Bicycle detection (V-to-I), traffic signal response, and mobile application
  • Green Wave for emergency vehicles
  • Integrated Corridor Management solutions for freeway incidents
  • Mobility- as-a-Service software and kiosks
  • Detection and analytics platform to enable adaptive traffic signal control