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National Roads Meeting January 29, 2013 1 New Folks (Since our last meeting) Emilee Blount – New Director Ed James – New Deputy Director Ehab Hanna –

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2 National Roads Meeting January 29,

3 New Folks (Since our last meeting) Emilee Blount – New Director Ed James – New Deputy Director Ehab Hanna – New Assistant Director for Capital Resources Carl Zulick – New Geospatial Management Officer (Vice Dull) Rosana Barkawi – FLH Program Manager Lisa McBride – GIS Program Manager Alex Gavrisheff– T&D Deputy Center Manager Michael Braymen – Assistant GIS PM Leslie Boak – Assistant Roads O&M Program Manager Kathryn Kaufman – Assistant Facilities and Sustainability PM Chris Campbell – Assistant Facilities and Sustainability PM Raj Krishnamoorthy – Assistant Environmental PM Juliana Walton – Executive Assistant to the Directors of Eng. & MGM Mike Tippie – Signs & Traffic Control (20% of his time) Donna Kim– Budget Coordinator o Detailed into Energy & Sustainability (Vice Wiersma) Deidra McGee– Budget Coordinator (Detail)

4 Folks on Contract John Bell– Roads O&M Ellen Lafayette– FLH Program Manager Merv Eriksson – Bridges Carol Russel – Script Queen

5 Capital Improvement and Maintenance 4 FY 2011 Enacted FY 2012 Enacted Program Changes FY 2013 President's Budget Percent of Program Change Capital Improvement & Maintenance Total$472,644$394,089($47,710)$346,379-12% Total Full-Time Equivalents2,8582,591(270)2,32110% Facilities$135,000$75,664$23,799$99,46331% Roads$195,195$182,525($24,707)$157,818-14% Trails$88,381$81,851$134$81,985-0% Deferred Maintenance & Infrastructure Improvement$9,158$9,121($2,008)$7,113-22% Legacy Roads & Trails$44,910$44,928($44,928)$0-100%

6 National CIM EOY Balances As Percent of Total Budget Authority ( CMFC+CMII+CMLG+CMRD+CMTL) *FY06 & FY07 does not include CMLG Washington Office, latest update May 17, 2012

7 FY FY 2011 Percent of National CIM Carryover by BLI (FY07 & FY06 do not include CMLG) Washington Office, latest update May 17, 2012

8 M$ FY FY 2013 (PB) National CMRD (Roads) with CMLG, CRRD-ARRA, TRTR and IRR Included Washington Office, latest update March 2,

9 8 FY FY 2013 (PB) National CMRD (Roads)

10 $M Federal Highway Funding Washington Office, latest update May 17,

11 M$ FY FY 2013 (PB) National CMFC (Facilities) with CP09, CRFR-ARRA, RSI Included Washington Office, latest update March 2,

12 FY FY 2012 National CMFC (Facilities) 11 Washington Office, latest update March 2, 2012

13 $1,000s FY FY 2013 National CMFC (Facilities) and Cost Pool 9 Washington Office, latest update May 18,

14 2012 COST Pool 9 (CP09) Initial Assessment and Allocation by Unit (dollars in thousands) UnitTotal Initial AssessmentTotal Initial Allocation$/s.f. R1$5,453.0 $2.41 R2$3,381.0 $2.51 R3$6,200.0 $3.97 R4$4,571.0 $2.31 R5$8,600.0 $2.30 R6$9,053.0 $2.39 R8$5,000.0 $2.61 R9$6,000.0 $2.21 R10$2,229.0 $4.09 FPL$588.0 $1.48 IITF$63.0 $2.33 RMRS$824.0 $1.99 NRS$731.0 $1.51 PNW$568.0 $2.05 PSW$353.0 $1.47 SRS$888.0 $1.99 Grey Towers$115.0 $3.34 SD$286.0 $5.54 MTDC $106 $1.48 Wood Education$97.0 $1.45 $55,000.0 $2.46 avg. 13 Washington Office, latest update March 2, 2012

15 FY FY 2013 (PB) National CMII 14 Washington Office, latest update March 2, 2012

16 FY FY 2013 (PB) National CMTL (Trails) 15 Washington Office, latest update March 2, 2012

17 16 Region, Cumulative Bridges Constructed Total R1, 137R2, 38R3, 10R4, 129R5, 64R6, 151R8, 78R9, 42R10, 139 Bridges Constructed (2000 – 2011)

18 Washington Office, latest update March 12,

19 Dam Hazard Classifications Washington Office, latest update March 2,

20 Road Maintenance Level Trends

21 FS Road Mileage Trend

22 RAR Moved to WorkPlan in FY2013 Washington Office, March 1-3, ACCOMPLISHM ENT_CD (OLD)ACCOMPLISHMENT_NAME (OLD) ACCOMPLISHME NT_CD (NEW)ACCOMPLISHMENT_NAME (NEW) None FATAL-NON-VEH-HC Number of fatalities in road accidents with no highway legal vehicle involved on high clearance roads FATAL-NON-VEH-PC Number of fatalities in road accidents with no highway legal vehicle involved on passenger car roads FATAL-VEH-HC Number of fatalities in road accidents with highway legal vehicle involved on high clearance roads FATAL-VEH-PC Number of fatalities in road accidents with highway legal vehicle involved on passenger car roads BRDG-CNSTR- RCNSTRBridges constructed or reconstructedBRDG-DSPSLNumber of Bridges Removed, Disposed or Transferred BRDG-NEW-ML1-2Number of bridges constructed or replaced on ML 1 & 2 roads BRDG-NEW-ML3-5Number of bridges constructed or replaced on ML 3-5 roads BRDG-REHB-ML1-2Number of bridges rehabilitated on ML 1&2 roads BRDG-REHB-ML3-5Number of bridges rehabilitated on ML 3-5 roads RD-HC-IMP Miles of high clearance system roads improvedRD-HC-CNSTRMiles of new high clearance system roads constructed RD-HC-RCNSTRMiles of existing high clearance system roads reconstructed RD-HC-MAINT Miles of high clearance system roads receiving maintenanceRD-ML1-MAINTMiles of closed (ML 1) system roads maintained RD-ML2-MAINTMiles of high clearance (ML 2) system roads maintained RD-PC-MAINT Miles of passenger car system roads receiving maintenanceRD-ML3-MAINTMiles of passenger car (ML 3) system roads maintained RD-ML4-MAINTMiles of passenger car (ML 4) system roads maintained RD-ML5-MAINTMiles of passenger car (ML 5) system roads maintained RD-PC-IMPMiles of passenger car system roads improvedRD-PC-CNSTRMiles of new passenger car system roads constructed RD-PC-RCNSTRMiles of existing passenger car system roads reconstructed RD-DECOMMiles of road decommissioned RD-DECOM-NON- SYSMiles of unauthorized road decommissioned RD-DECOM-SYSMiles of National Forest System Road decommissioned RD-STOR Miles of National Forest System Road placed into long term storage STRM-CROS- MITG-STD Number of stream crossings constructed or reconstructed to provide for aquatic organism passage STRM-CROS-MITG- STD Number of stream crossings constructed, reconstructed or removed to provide for aquatic organism passage

23 Enter Accomplishments Quarterly Enter accomplishments in individual Plans Core BLIs include CMRD, CMLG, CMII, HTER,ERBA, CFLR, NFRR, etc. Use OTHR BLI for Cooperator Work Integrated Accomplishments o Enter in Timber Sale or Stewardship Workplans Washington Office, March 1-3, RAR Moved to WorkPlan in FY2013

24 GARP – Geospatial Accomplishment Reporting Program Phase 1 includes Road Decommissioning (Both System and Unauthorized Roads) and AOP. We will likely have to move toward mandating use of the Road Maintenance Planning Module (RMP) in the next few years. System Road Decommissioning is relatively easy – if we use RMP. Unauthorized roads are not required to be entered into Infra, nor placed on the GIS coverage. Watershed folks are tracking this in the Watershed Improvement Tracking (WIT) system. We need to work with watershed folks so were not duplicating effort. o They may already be putting these in GIS. o Consider allowing them to enter the tabular data in Infra. Washington Office, March 1-3,

25 New Road Use Permit & Application Form Need for a permit to allow for: o Use of a Road, Trail or Area not designated for use on an MVUM or closed by order. Fire closure, mineral use, etc o Oversize or overweight vehicles. o Non-Federal Commercial Use o Maintain or plow snow on an NFSR Permit Application Forms o FS Application For a Permit for Use of Roads, Trails and Areas Restricted by Regulation or Order (Base Application) o FS a Commercial Use Attachment o FS b Oversize Vehicle Attachment. State or local forms can also be used. Permit Forms o FS Non-Federal Commercial Road Use Permit. Non-Federal Commercial Use Maintaining or Plowing snow on an NFSR o FS Permit for Use of Roads, Trails and Areas Restricted by Regulation or Order. All other uses. OMB requires count of Forms completed. o Hoping e-forms will do this for us. o May need to require Regions to send us numbers starting next year. Washington Office, March 1-3,

26 New Random Sample Methodology For the last few years we have reporting DM on just Passenger Car Roads Sean Puckett with the Volpe Center helped develop a new methodology for this. Only Sample Passenger Car Roads. 340 segments Stratified by Region based on proportion of PC system in that region. Washington Office, March 1-3,

27 Regional Sample Sizes RegionSample Size (Segments) Sample Size (% of Total Sample) % % % % % % % % % Total340100% Washington Office, March 1-3,

28 Interdependency of Roads Funding and Agency Goals Transportation System* * The Forest Service is in the process of identifying the minimum road system necessary to provide safe access with minimal environmental impacts for the administration, utilization, and protection of NFS lands. Legend Inner ring: Themes 2 nd ring: Activities 3 rd ring: Outcomes Outer ring: Opportunities to leverage funds with CI&M Appropriations Watershed Condition Framework Federal Highway Administration Requirements National Forest Road & Trail Act and Travel Management Rule 11/6/12

29 Possible FY2015 Presidents Budget Activities Access o Public Use & Recreation o Forest Products o Resource Projects o Protection (Fire Access) o Administration Preservation & Safety o Road & Bridge Maintenance o Pavement Preservation o Safety, Signs & Traffic Control Restoration o Aquatic Organism Passage o Decommissioning/Storage o Best Management Practices/Storm Proofing Ecologic Performance Measures o Miles of road where BMPs have been implemented Washington Office, March 1-3,

30 Performance Measures Ecological Performance Measures o Miles of road where BMPs have been implemented Washington Office, March 1-3,

31 QUESTIONS?? Washington Office, March 1-3,

32 Drain Dip/Water Bar Survey Mark Russell - SDTDC Washington Office, March 1-3,


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