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1 Municipal State Aid (MSA) Forest Lake, MN May 7, 2013

2 Overview:  MN Statute Covers Rules and Regulations of the State Aid System  Cities with a Population of 5,000 or More are Eligible to Become a State Aid City  Trunk Highways, CSAH, and MSA Systems are Funded by the MN Gas Tax, Tab Fees, and Vehicle Sales Tax  Current Gas Tax = 25 ₵ /Gallon, Plus 3.5 ₵ /Gallon Debt Service Surcharge

3 MSA System Statistics:  147 State Aid Cities (17% of 853 Cities) – 83 Metro – 64 Greater Minnesota  Current MSA System Totals 3,400 Total Miles

4 MSA System Statistics (cont.):

5 MSA Financial Data:  Total 2013 MSA Allocation = $150 Million – Largest Allocation is Minneapolis = $13,600,000 – Smallest Allocation is Falcon Heights = $160,000 – Forest Lake Allocation = $1,107,316  Commission of Transportation will Determine Each City’s Apportionment by February 1 st of Each Year

6 MSA Financial Data (cont’d):  Reimbursement to Cities Broken into Construction and Maintenance – Construction reimbursements can only occur after the City spends money on a project and requests reimbursement. o Forest Lake construction allocation = $830,487 – Maintenance allocations are directly sent to the City o Forest Lake maintenance allocation = $276,829 o Can be increased if requested by the City (35% Max) o Current requests are set at 25% of total allocation

7 MSA Road Requirements:  Road must be entirely within City limits  Beginning and end of segment must be one of the following: – Another MSA Street – County State Aid Highway – State Highway  Total MSA mileage must be 20% or less of total mileage within the City  To use MSA funds, road must meet design requirements or obtain a variance.

8 MSA Management Process:

9 MSA Management Process (cont.):  Systems Revision Request – Request to DSAE – Optional item used to add, delete or re-designate mileage – No standard form / format (Letter is Acceptable) – Requires a Council Resolution  Needs Update – Process currently being modified  Traffic Counts – Due every 4 years (2014) – Expense to complete cannot use MSA Funds

10 Metro Municipal Traffic Counting Schedule

11 Needs Determination System Change Guiding Principles  Simple – New system should be easy to learn and use  Credible –Transparent, accountable and no gamesmanship  Flexible – Software changes easily implemented(MSB) – Flexibility in use of dollars  Equitable – Needs computations are more realistic (ADT)

12 Needs Determination System Change (cont.)  Continual needs approach – all segments will draw needs.  Eight typical sections based on existing ADT – No projection factor – Used for needs estimation, not design – actual construction widths could differ SectionADTTypical Section Width (ft) , ,000 – 4, , , ,000 – 13, ,000 – 24, ,00070

13 Needs Determination System Change (cont.)  Uniform quantities for each section – Urban design quantities for all segments – Uniform soil factor – Quantities based on MnDOT approved design SectionWidth (FT)20 Year ESALR-ValueClass 5 (IN)Bituminous (IN) 126N/A , , , , ,117, ,995, ,104,

14 Forest Lake - Mileage County and Highway Miles Trunk Highways17.42 Miles Trunk Highway Turnbacks0 Miles County State Aid Highways4.10 Miles County State Aid Highway Turnbacks8.51 Miles Total County and Highway30.03 Miles

15 Forest Lake - Mileage Basic Miles Municipal State Aid Streets23.74 Miles County Road Turnbacks (MSAS)0 Miles County Roads (excludes MSAS)5.64 Miles Other Local Roads and Streets Miles Total Basic Miles Maximum Allowable State Aid Mileage = 0.20 x Miles = Miles

16 2013 State Aid Streets

17 2013 State Aid Streets Revisions

18 Removal ADT


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