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Summary of Actions Taken

Iowa Transportation Commission Meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2005
Ames, Iowa





Commission Order Number Order Title and Description Action Taken DOT Contact
D-2005-39

Approving Minutes of the Jan. 11, 2005, Commission Meeting

Approved

Connie Page, Commission Secretary, 515-239-1242

D-2005-40 Establishing Commission Meeting Dates for June 2005 through May 2006


Approved

Connie Page, Commission Secretary,
515-239-1242

M-2005-41

 

Federal Fiscal Year 2006 Federal Aviation Administration Funding Applications
Staff presented the prioritized list of applications to be submitted to the FAA for review and final funding approval.


Approved

Michelle McEnany, Director, Office of Aviation,
515-239-1659

M-2005-42

Rail Revolving Loan Fund - Goldfield - The Commission considered a Rail Revolving Loan Fund application to aid in construction of a rail spur to serve Central Iowa Energy LLC’s new ethanol plant in Goldfield.


Approved

Peggy Baer, Director, Office of Rail Transportation,
515-239-1056

M-2005-43 Rail Revolving Loan Fund - Nevada - The Commission considered a Rail Revolving Loan Fund application to aid in construction of a rail spur to serve Lincolnway Energy, LLC’s new ethanol plant near Nevada


Approved

Peggy Baer, Director, Office of Rail Transportation,
515-239-1056

PP-2005-44

Iowa’s Clean Air Attainment Program Funding Recommendations


Tabled

Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1312

PP-2005-45

Statewide Transportation Enhancement Program Funding Recommendations – Staff presented information on the current round of applications for funding from the Statewide Transportation Enhancement Program.

Approved

Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1312

PP-2005-46 Federal Recreational Trails Program Funding Recommendations Tabled Stuart Anderson, Director, Office of Systems Planning,
515-239-1312
H-2005-47 Transfer of Jurisdiction – U.S. 34 and Wapello County Road V-43 - Transfers to Wapello County and the city of Agency portions U.S. 34. The state will take jurisdiction for a .29-mile segment of Wapello County Road V-43 from Iowa 16 north to the new U.S. 34 bypass interchange. The transfers will be complete upon the notification of the city, county and state of the time and date of the official transfers.
Approved John Adam,
Interim director,
Highway Division,
515-239-1124
 
Public Input – U.S. 20 Association Informational