Planning & Projects
2014-2018 Integrated Five-Year Work Plan

Rod Ashby
Transportation Planner

The ACHD Commission adopted the plan on October 23, 2013.

The document expanded greatly in its latest version -- 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 has added the District's yearly efforts to operate and maintain Ada County's 2,260-mile network of roads, bridges and intersections.

By including the construction and operations information in one source, the new 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.

Because of that integration, the plan now incorporates nearly $611 million in building, maintenance and operations, more than double the dollar figure of prior versions. As in the past, the draft plan outlines the concept, design, right-of-way and construction years for some 250 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 "construction."
    PD indicates "preliminary development," a phase at which ACHD may spend money on a project that still has no firm construction date.
    UF means "unfunded" and indicates a project that may be pursued in the future.

Note:  The 2015-2019 Integrated Five-Year Work Plan draft is listed below and is an update to the 2014-2019 plan. ACHD Commissioners are scheduled to consider adoption of the updated plan in late October, 2014.

2015-2019 Initial Draft





Download Entire 2013-2017 Five Year Work Plan ~ 9.13 megs


Entire 2012-2016 Five-Year Work Plan ~4.28 megs

2011-2015 Five-Year Work Plan:

Entire 2011-2015 Five-Year Work Plan

2010-2014 Plan:

Entire 2010-2014 Five-Year Work Plan