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Statewide Local Streets & Roads Needs Assessment Moraga Town Council February 24, 2010 RTPA RCTF Left click to continue.

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1 Statewide Local Streets & Roads Needs Assessment Moraga Town Council February 24, 2010 RTPA RCTF Left click to continue

2 Study Objectives What are conditions of local streets & roads? How much will it cost to improve/maintain pavements in an acceptable condition? What are safety, traffic & regulatory needs? Is there a funding shortfall? If so, what is it? Left click to continue

3 Importance of the Study While the federal and state governments regularly assess their transportation system needs, no such data existed for the local component of the State’s transportation network. The local street and road system provides two-fold opportunity for economic recovery during the worst fiscal crisis in California in decades. –The maintenance and preservation of the local transportation network provides both public and private sector jobs and thus supports economic recovery in every corner of the state. –Furthermore, well maintained infrastructure is critical for economic development by attracting businesses and providing for the safe and efficient movement of both people and goods. Left click to continue

4 Local Streets & Roads are Huge Part of State Network 81% of California’s pavements are owned by cities and counties! Left click to continue

5 It’s Not Just Pavements … Sidewalks ADA ramps Curb & gutter Storm drains Lighting Left click to continue

6 Study Assumptions 10 year analysis period Constant 2008 $ Pavement goal is best management practices Inclusion of safety, traffic & regulatory elements Does not include new streets or capital improvements. Left click to continue

7 Data Collection Total of 406 agencies –56 counties –350 cities Missing 130 agencies –Mostly small cities –No data –No resources 71% data rec’d 29% no data Data received 93% of centerline miles No Data 7% of centerline miles Left click to continue

8 Pavement Condition Index Failed Poor At Risk Good - Excellent Left click to continue

9 Statewide Average PCI = 68 Left click to continue

10 Why is 68 Critical? 68 $2/sy $15-40/sy $40-70/sy $60-135/sy Left click to continue

11 Condition of Town of Moraga Local Roads Town of Moraga has an average PCI of 59. $2/sy $15-40/sy $40-70/sy 59 $60-135/sy Left click to continue

12 Moraga Roads current conditions PCIRoad condition Arterial % Collector % Residential % Network % 100 Excellent Good 70 Fair Poor Very Poor Failed Left click to continue

13 Moraga Roads current conditions (PCI) 100 – Moraga Road at Via Granada 77 – Campolindo between Paseo del Rio and Calle la Mesa 58 – Larch to Roberts Ct 38 – Tharp to Rimer 19 – Scofield – Goodfellow to Harold Left click to continue

14 Moraga Roads current conditions Left click to continue

15 Moraga Roads future scenarios Left click to continue

16 Funding Sources Annual Funding FY 2006/07 & 07/08 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 onward State41.0%40.5%52.9% State - Prop 1B10.0%0% Federal with ARRA*10.8%35.9%10.4% Local38.1%23.6%36.8% * ARRA local share is assumed to be 40% of $1.6 billion. Left click to continue

17 Critical Revenue Streams Proposition 42: Cities and Counties will receive approximately $592 million in FY –Moraga receives <$150,000 of this amount. –Used for maintenance and rehabilitation of local roads. Highway Users Tax Account (HUTA/Gas Tax): Cities and Counties will receive $986 million in FY –Moraga receives <$225,000 of this amount. –Most flexible source of revenue used for operations and maintenance and rehabilitation of local roads. Left click to continue

18 Transportation Funds in Jeopardy in FY The State deferred the first two quarters of Proposition 42 funds to cities and counties in FY The State also deferred seven months of gas tax subventions to cities and counties in FY The Legislative Analysts’ Office projects another approximately $20 billion budget deficit over the next 18 months alone. Transportation revenues continue to be in jeopardy. Left click to continue

19 What Happens If We Don’t Get More Funding? 68 (at risk) 48 (poor) PCI Backlog ($ billion) $37B $79B Left click to continue

20 What Happens If We Don’t Get More Funding? 58 (fair) 34 (poor) PCI Backlog ($million) $6.4M $66.2M – Tharp to Rimer Left click to continue

21 Total 10 Year Shortfall ($B) Transportation Asset 10 Year Needs Existing Funding 10 Year Shortfall Pavements$ 67.6 $ 15.9 $ 51.7 Essential Components $ 32.1 $ 12.4 $ 19.7 Total shortfall $ cents/gal 38 cents/gallon! Left click to continue

22 Funding Shortfall for Moraga Moraga has a funding shortfall of $55.4M. Moraga has a backlog (deferred maintenance) of $6.4M. Constantly looking for grants. Constantly evaluating pavement maintenance technologies and methods. Left click to continue

23 Summary Good News –Data received represents 93% of local system –Statewide average PCI = 68 Not so good news –PCI = 68 is at risk category & drops to 48 by 2033 with existing funding –Need to more than double existing funding to maintain transportation assets –Moraga PCI at 59, and dropping. Left click to continue

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