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I-10 MASTER PLAN MIDDLE SECTION. AGENDA Study Area Limits Master Plan Process/Project Schedule Quick Review of Current and Future Conditions Tier I Evaluation.

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1 I-10 MASTER PLAN MIDDLE SECTION

2 AGENDA Study Area Limits Master Plan Process/Project Schedule Quick Review of Current and Future Conditions Tier I Evaluation Results Tier II Alternatives Analysis/Results Opportunities for Public Involvement Next Steps Project Contacts

3 STUDY AREA LIMITS Begin Project Santa Rosa/Okaloosa County Line Begin Project Santa Rosa/Okaloosa County Line End Project Jackson/Gadsden County Line End Project Jackson/Gadsden County Line

4 MASTER PLAN EVALUATION PROCESS Based on goals and objectives from the 2060 FTP Criteria and measures of effectiveness were developed using previous studies, partner and public involvement, and the project team

5 PROGRESSION FOR INTERSTATE ENHANCEMENTS Corridor Transportation Alternatives Sketch Interstate Plan Corridor Master/Action Plan Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study Design Right of Way Construction ~2 years Estimated Duration We are here

6 PROJECT SCHEDULE We are here

7 CURRENT CONDITIONS Roadway design meet standards  Existing travel demand (2012)  –All mainline segments, merge/diverge segments, and unsignalized intersections meet LOS standards  –Exit 56, SR 85 signalized intersection does not meet LOS standards  Safety review  Community and Environment review 

8 FUTURE TRAVEL DEMAND Mainline and merge/diverge segments meet LOS standards  Four unsignalized intersections do not meet LOS standards  –Exit 70, SR 285 –Exit 85, US 331 (DeFuniak Springs) –Exit 136, SR 276 (Family Dollar Distribution Center) –Exit 142, SR 71 (Marianna) Exit 56, SR 85 (Crestview) signalized intersection does not meet LOS standards 

9 FUTURE TRAVEL DEMAND Mainline and merge/diverge segments meet LOS standards  Nine unsignalized intersections do not meet LOS standards  –Exit 45, CR 189 –Exit 70, SR 285 –Exit 85, US 331 (DeFuniak Springs) –Exit 96, SR 81 –Exit 112, SR 79 (Bonifay) Exit 56, SR 85 (Crestview) signalized intersection does not meet LOS standards  –Exit 120, SR 77 (Chipley) –Exit 130, US 231 –Exit 136, SR 276 (Family Dollar Distribution Center) –Exit 142, SR 71 (Marianna)

10 CONCEPTUAL MOBILITY ENHANCEMENT ALTERNATIVES Tier I Evaluation Results Tier II Alternatives Analysis Tier II Evaluation Results

11 TIER I EVALUATION RESULTS Economic Competitiveness Community Livability Environmental Stewardship Safety & Security Maintenance & Operations Mobility & Connectivity CMEA # and Description Cost of Implementation Eligibility for additional funding Highways of Commerce Foster freight movement Land use plan consistency Long range plan consistency Avoid wetland impacts Avoid prime farmland impacts Avoid wildlife habitat Minimize noise impacts Minimize air quality impacts Improve safety of corridor Support hurricane evacuation Limit right of way impacts Limit utility impacts Provide acceptable capacity Promotes transit Total MOE Recommended for Tier II 1No build  2Minor improvements  3ITS expansion  4Collector-Distributor road Frontage roads Separate HOV lanes 1,,  7Managed Lanes 1, 2, 3,  8System to System express lanes 1, Reversible lanes 2, 3, New general use lanes  11Localized express lanes 1, 3, Fixed guide way transit Dedicated truck lane 1, 2, New interchange (Crestview)  15Multimodal strategies  [1] [1] Assumes new lanes [2] [2] Assumes use of median [3] [3] Assumes tolls [4] [4] Assumes no trucks

12 TIER I EVALUATION RESULTS No build Minor improvements (including interchange improvements) Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) expansion Separated HOV lanes Managed lanes New general use lanes New interchange Multimodal strategies

13 TIER II EVALUATION MATRIX Goal AreasObjectivesCriteriaMeasures Economic Competitiveness Develop cost effective strategies to maximize economic competitiveness. Cost of Implementation Minimize operations and maintenance (O&M) costs Determine range for planning level cost estimates Determine relative cost for facility O&M costs (highway, HOV, transit, etc.) Community Livability Promote compatibility with surrounding community development to support and enhance livable communities. Promote community cohesion by reducing relocation impacts Avoid socio-cultural impacts Extent of relocation impacts and estimated costs Extent of socio-cultural impacts Environmental Stewardship Promote the development of alternatives that promote responsible environmental stewardship and limit environmental impacts. Avoid wetland impacts Avoid impacts to endangered species Avoid noise impacts Enhance or conform with air quality Extent of impacts to wetlands Extent of impact to endangered species Extent of noise impacts Extent of air quality impacts Safety and Security Promote the development of alternatives to provide a safe and secure transportation system for all users. Reduce potential crashes Improve incident and traffic management Extent of roadway safety improvement Extent of reduction in delay Maintenance and Operations Consideration of design regulations and standards to minimize impacts and promote proactive maintenance and operations. Avoid drainage impacts Freight design considerations Extent of impact to drainage facilities Extent of enhanced design to accommodate freight movements Mobility and connectivity Promote the enhancement of mobility and connectivity for the movement of people and freight. Promote transit Facilitate freight movement Extent of transit level of service or ridership improvement Extent of improvement for service and access provided by trucks

14 TIER II EVALUATION RESULTS Economic Competitiveness Community Livability Environmental Stewardship Safety & Security Maintenance & Operations Mobility and Connectivity Cost of Implementation Minimize O&M costs Promote community cohesion Avoid socio-cultural impacts Avoid wetland impacts Avoid impacts to endangered species Avoid noise impacts Enhance or conform with air quality Reduce potential crashes Improve incident and traffic management Avoid drainage impacts Freight design considerations Promote transit Facilitate freight movements Total MOE Recommended for PMEA 1No-build  2Minor improvements  3ITS expansion  6Separate HOV lanes 1, Managed lanes 1, 2, 3, New general use lanes New interchange (Antioch Road)  15Multimodal strategies  [1] [1] Assumes new lanes [2] [2] Assumes use of median [3] [3] Assumes tolls [4] [4] Assumes no trucks

15 TIER II EVALUATION RESULTS No build Minor improvements (including interchange improvements) Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) expansion New interchange Multimodal strategies

16 MINOR IMPROVEMENTS – RECOMMENDED INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS BY 2025 Exit 56, SR 85 Exit 136, SR 276 Exit 142, SR 71

17 MINOR IMPROVEMENTS – RECOMMENDED INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS BY 2040 Exit 45, CR 189 Exit 56, SR 85Exit 70, SR 285 Exit 85, US 331 Exit 96, SR 81 Exit 158, CR 286

18 CONCEPTUAL LOCATION OF NEW INTERCHANGE ANTIOCH ROAD

19 OPPORTUNITIES FOR PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT Tier II Alternatives public meeting –Okaloosa, Walton Counties Thursday, July 31, 2014, 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. CST Crestview Community Center 1446 Commerce Drive, Crestview –Washington, Holmes, and Jackson Counties Thursday, August 7, 2014, 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. CST First Baptist Church, 1300 South Blvd, Chipley Project handouts/Comment sheet

20 NEXT STEPS Tier II Public Meetings Preferred Mobility Enhancement Alternatives (PMEAs) sent to FDOT Draft Master Plan report submitted to FDOT Final Master Plan report distributed to counties for consideration into LRTP and Work Program priorities

21 PROJECT CONTACTS Virgie Bowen – FDOT Project Manager Florida Department of Transportation District 3 Planning Office 1074 Hwy 90, Chipley, FL Ian Satter – District Public Information Director Florida Department of Transportation 1074 Hwy 90, Chipley, FL Sarah Walker – Consultant Project Manager HNTB

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