153.21 Transportation Planning

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Available Transportation Planning Boilerplate Agreements1 What_triggers_the_use of this agreement? When is it used? Who are the drafters? Who needs to review the document prior to execution?2 Who signs for MoDOT?3 Is acknowledge-
ment by a notary public required?
Executing Signature Approval as to Form Attestation Signature
TP01_
Planning_Consolidated
_Grant_Agreement
Approval of the MPO's UPWP TP Liaisons Chief Counsel's Office, Commission Secretary The Director, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer, or Assistant Chief Engineer Chief Counsel's Office Commission Secretary's Office Yes
TP02
Amendment to
Consolidated Grant
Agreement
The need for any amendment to the Planning Funds Agreement TP Liaisons Chief Counsel's Office, Commission Secretary The Director, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer, or Assistant Chief Engineer Chief Counsel's Office Commission Secretary's Office Yes
TP03
_Regional_Planning
_Organization_Funds
When TP decides it is necessary to update our agreement. Last done in 2007. TP Liaisons Chief Counsel's Office, Commission Secretary The Director, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer, or Assistant Chief Engineer Chief Counsel's Office Commission Secretary's Office Yes
TP04_
Surface_Transportation
_Program_Planning_
Service_Funding_
Agreement
Will be used under rare circumstances when funds under agreement TP02 are not sufficient to cover MPO planning expenses. TP Liaisons Chief Counsel’s Office, Commission Secretary The Director, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer or Assistant Chief Engineer Chief Counsel’s Office Commission’s Secretary’s Office Yes
TP05
_Transportation_Planning_
Funds_MPO_Project
_Agreement
When MoDOT partners with a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) to deliver a planning project. (Ex., the Drive For Tomorrow Program) TP Liaisons or District Project Managers Chief Counsel's Office, Commission Secretary The Director, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer or Assistant Chief Engineer Chief Counsel’s Office Commission Secretary’s Office Yes
1 Use the eAgreements site to find and begin drafting the corresponding boilerplate agreement.
2 Any agreement that is changed from its original form must be reviewed by CCO. Please refer to EPG 153.1.4 Step 3, Chief Counsel’s Office (CCO) Review and throughout EPG 153 for guidance on when to contact CCO. When in doubt, do not hesitate to contact CCO for guidance.
3 Can also be found in the Execution of Documents Policy