Presentation on theme: "State of the State California Department of Transportation Presented by: Don Grebe, Chief Right of Way Project Delivery."— Presentation transcript:
State of the State California Department of Transportation Presented by: Don Grebe, Chief Right of Way Project Delivery
Mission Statement Caltrans improves mobility across California.
Caltrans Twelve Districts
Airspace Utility Relocations Local Programs Right of Way & Land Surveys Property Management Relocation Assistance Demolition & Clearance Planning & Management Organizational Development Acquisition Appraisals Railroads R/W Engineering Estimating Condemnation R/W Certifications Land Surveys Excess Land
Proposition 1B Passed in November 2006 Provided $19 billion for transportation projects California Transportation Commission Approved $4.3 billion Funded 67 projects
Proposition 1B (contd) $4.5 billion for congestion relief, enhanced mobility, improved safety, and stronger connectivity to benefit traveling Californians. $1 billion for safety, operational enhancements, rehabilitation, or capacity improvements necessary to improve State Route 99.
Proposition 1B (contd) $2 billion for trade corridor improvements. $1 billion for the newly created State-Local Partnership Program Account. $750,000,000 for the newly created Highway Safety, Rehabilitation, and Preservation Account.
Accountability Transparent Accountability – Project Status Reporting required by Proposition 1B Front-End Accountability In-Progress Accountability Follow-Up Accountability (Audit)
Annual Budget for R/W Capital, Workload and Staffing Capital expenditure Acquired parcels R/W certifications Staffing levels 2006/07 $302 million /08 $284 million /09 $236 million* 950* 300* 630*
R/W Project Delivery Successes 100% of projects in Contracts for Delivery certified >$1 million spent to increase technical expertise and leadership development Year 1 - basic technical skills Year 2 - advanced technical skills Year 3 - seminars on leadership skills
Challenges for California Senate Bill /1210 CCP 1245*** Assembly /1322 S&H Code 102(b) Succession Planning Stable Funding Information Technology
Improvement Efforts Underway Salary study R/W Entry-level exam Succession plan Recruitment R/W Certification Program LPA Utility Training
Property Management Services Route 710 Los Angeles County/Pasadena 573 total units 488 residential units 91 historic properties Route 238 Alameda County/Bay Area 434 total units 350 residential units
Excess Lands Disposal Efforts Parcels in contracts Parcels sold Percent complete July 2006 – December % July 2008 – June *16%
Strategic Planning Divisions Strategic Plan Strategic Planning Teams and Accomplishments Business Plan
Our roadmap to the future Proposition 1B -- project specific financial component R/Ws yearly Capital allocation -- authorizes expenditures Contracts for Delivery -- specific project to be delivered each fiscal year Excess Land Disposal Plan -- parcels to be sold to meet recent procedural challenges Strategic planning -- continuing achievements over the next five years