The ACHD Commission adopted the Integrated Five-Year
Work Plan (IFYWP) at its October 26, 2016 meeting. The plan is ACHD’s
short-term capital project blueprint, detailing all road and intersection
widening projects, bike and pedestrian projects, bridges and maintenance
work, and when this work is expected to occur.
The $696 million
plan contains some 317 projects and programs.
This is the fourth year of ACHD’s Integrated Five-Year Work Plan, a
document that was expanded from earlier versions -- well
beyond its traditional role of setting the concept, design, right-of-way
acquisition and construction for all of ACHD's capital projects. The
"integrated" aspect of the plan added the District's yearly efforts to
operate, maintain, and enhance Ada County's 2,260-mile network of roads, bridges
By including the construction and operations information in one source,
the document better covers the totality of what ACHD does on an annual
basis, making a more seamless transition from this plan to the actual
budget document for each coming year.
This year the plan incorporates nearly $696 million in building,
maintenance and operations. As in the past, the draft plan outlines the
concept, design, right-of-way and construction years for some 317
projects and programs.
Projects are included in the plan as a result of community input, as
well as safety, scheduling and a number of technical factors.
A note about terminology:
CN stands for
PD indicates "preliminary development," a phase at which
ACHD may spend money on a project that still has no firm construction
UF means "unfunded" and indicates a project that may be pursued in
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