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1Arizona Department of Transportation Presentation Western States Highway Equipment Managers Association43 Annual ConferenceSeattle WashingtonAug. 29th – Sept. 1stArizona Department of Transportation PresentationDennis HalachoffFleet OperationsManagerPresenter
2Arizona Department of Transportation – Equipment Services
3Fleet MakeupFleet of 4,253 vehicles & other equipment with a replacement value of $227.8MLight HighwayOther EquipmentHeavy HighwayNon-Highway Construction
4Replacement Code System Fleet MakeupReplacement Code SystemAverage age of Fleet 9.9 years1,540 pieces of equipment are currently beyond economic life (37.7% of the fleet)This represents a $63.9M replacement backlogF G H JK L MN P QR S T UExceeds Life1 Year2 Years½ LifeOverhauledIn Life CycleWarrantyBased on Miles and Age
5Maintenance Operations LITTLEFIELDFREDONIAPAGE14 FULL SERVICE SHOPSShop Locations7 SATELLITE SHOPSKINGMANMan-Power:101 Wrench Turners12 Lead Technicians89 Repair Technicians49 Overhead13 Shop Supervisors16 Parts Personnel20 Office (Admin/Clerical)12 VacanciesFLAGSTAFFHOLBROOKPRESCOTTSHOW LOWPAYSONGAME & FISHSPRINGERVILLECAPITOL MALLAVONDALEPHOENIXMESAYUMAGLOBECASA GRANDESAFFORDTUCSONDOUGLAS
6Maintenance Operations PAGE10 ASE Blue Seal ShopsKINGMANCapitol MallCasa GrandeFlagstaffHolbrookKingmanPagePrescott ValleySaffordTucsonYumaFLAGSTAFFHOLBROOKPRESCOTT97 (81%) Technicians ASE Certified18 (67%) Parts Specialist ASE CertifiedEquipment Services has 20% of allASE Blue Seal Shops in ArizonaCAPITOL MALLYUMACASA GRANDESAFFORDTechnicians can receive $25.00 per month for each certification held before core or master level status.Maximum Stipend = $TUCSON
7Maintenance Operations Work Summary FY1141,852 Repair/PM Work Orders processed3,510 of those were accomplished by Mobile Service Technicians27,622 work orders were completed within 24 hours$5,264,871 in parts were processed406,893 repair/service parts were issued
8Funding ProcessDuring FY11 Fleet Management initiated 89 equipment buys utilizing 4 financing sources.489 equipment items were purchased with a combined acquisition value of $19.5M dollars3rd Party funded pieces of equipment - $12,485,173.EQS funded pieces of equipment - $ 2,596,971User funded – 47 pieces of equipment - 1,528,101Federally Funded – 77 pieces of equipment - $2,896,109
9Rental rates are based on a combination of two factors: Funding ProcessRental RatesRental rates are based on a combination of two factors:A fixed monthly charge to recover the cost of the Fleet Management organizationA variable usage charge based on miles or hours to recover the cost of maintaining the Fleet Recapitalization funds are held at a higher level and not distributed to the divisions to be later paid back to the Equipment Fund
1040 Federal & State Agencies Supported Current Challenges and Impacts40 Federal & State Agencies SupportedLUSD
13Solar Light Bars New Technologies Equipment highlights and basic features include:53” Argent Light bar with self-contained (14) Solaris LED light heads, four (4) solar panels, four (4) lithium-ion battery packsLabor to install or transfer to another vehicle less than one (1 ) hourLight bar operates from its own power. Lithium-ion batteries it can trickle charge the vehicle battery when fully chargedWireless six-button controller with multiple light patterns and rear arrow stick patternA minimum of 12-hour continuous operation or 5 day/4-hour operationThree flash patterns (increasing speed)
14Solar Light Bars (cont) New TechnologiesSolar Light Bars (cont)Equipment highlights and basic features include:Low battery warning feature that gives the operator a visual warning the light bar batteries are below 15% charged (approximately two operating hour left)Emergency operation from vehicle cigarette outlet when emergency switch is onAutomatic night power operation. Drops to SAE Class 2 light output for Mode 1 and 2ROI is projected between 12 – 15 months depending upon fuel costs and actual use
15Solar Light Bars (cont) New TechnologiesSolar Light Bars (cont)This program was recently mentioned in AASHTO NewsFor Immediate Release Contact: Tony DorseyMonday, June 27,State DOTs Respond to Lean Times with Technology and Innovation(Washington DC) – The high cost of motor fuels, coupled with decreases in spending for all modes of transportation, is presenting significant challenges and opportunities for state departments of transportation across the country.“Many state departments of transportation are turning to technology and environmentally sensitive solutions to cut fuel consumption, improve efficiency, and save money,” said John Horsley, executive director of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. “State DOTs are facing some of the steepest revenue declines in decades. Without these innovative solutions, the impact on the condition and performance of our roads and bridges would be even greater.”State transportation departments in Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, and New Hampshire offer some examples.
16Solar Light Bars (cont) New TechnologiesSolar Light Bars (cont)This program was recently mentioned in AASHTO NewsThe Arizona Department of Transportation is testing a new solar-powered system to eliminate the need to keep its vehicles idling while parked near traffic. This new technology allows emergency lighting mounted on work trucks to remain illuminated even when the engine is turned off.“Exploring innovations like solar-powered safety lighting on construction vehicles taps one of Arizona’s best natural resources – abundant sunshine – and allows the department to reduce fuel and maintenance costs for these trucks,” said John Halikowski, ADOT director of the Arizona Department of Transportation. “This is an effort with environmental, cost-savings, and stewardship benefits. It demonstrates our efforts to find new solutions for age-old challenges.”Currently, ADOT construction staff is field testing 37 trucks equipped with the new solar technology.ADOT is also participating in a program to cut the department’s annual travel by 15 percent by encouraging employees to use technologies such as videoconferencing and by implementing alternative work schedules to cut the total number of days employees spend traveling to and from construction sites throughout the state.
17Current Challenges and Impacts MORE……Current Challenges and ImpactsADOT Street-signWarns of Rogue PandaFLAGSTAFF - Authorities in Flagstaff are assuring residents there are no rogue pandas roaming the city after some pranksters got creative with an electronic street sign.The Arizona Department of Transportation-controlled sign was set up to warn drivers not to make left turns at a busy intersection. But motorists heading to work Monday morning got an entirely different message: "Rogue panda on rampage."A passer-by reported the hacked sign to police at about 3 a.m. Monday.Transportation Department spokeswoman Mackenzie Nuno says the sign was restored to its original message by 11 a.m. She says the agency has no suspects, but she noted the hackers would have needed specialized equipment to change the sign's message.Flagstaff police Lt. Ken Koch tells the Arizona Daily Sun that citizens can rest assured there are no problems with rogue pandas in the city.
18Fuel, Environmental, Training & Scales Management 56 fueling locations statewide1,200+ customers / dayLargest IGA is DPS4.4 million gallons pumped annually103 fuel storage tanks700,000+ gallon capacityDSL 355,128 gallonsUNL 367,447 gallons722,575 total gallons
19Cost Savings per Gallon ADOT vs. Retail Fuel, Environmental, Training & Scales ManagementCost Savings per Gallon ADOT vs. RetailDiesel (0.45)Unleaded (0.44)Diesel average savings $460,000Unleaded average savings $520,000Average Annualized Savings of $1,900,000
20Fuel, Environmental, Training & Scales Management Environmental Awareness & Technical TrainingWeekly Environmental testGreen Shop TrainingTraining on BMPASE Certified Master TechnicianAutoDieselCoordinate with 3rd party for trainingTechnicians Needs Assessment training100+ technicians
21Enforcement Scales Management a successful partnership with MVD/ECD Fuel, Environmental, Training & Scales ManagementEnforcement Scales Management a successful partnership with MVD/ECD20 Ports of Entry87 Scales70 mobile enforcement scales
23Management Information Systems What We DoAdminister, maintain and test upgrades to our vendor-supplied Fleet and Fueling systemsApplication DevelopmentMaintain and coordinate use of systems in equipment in the fieldVehicle diagnostic equipmentApplication Hosting – GAME, DEMA
24Management Information Systems ObjectivesProvide Equipment Services a competitive advantage through the use of informationDeliver innovative solutions to improve productivity of personnelProvide world-class customer serviceEquipment ServicesOther ADOTOutside AgenciesModernize our infrastructure and applications
25Management Information Systems Major InitiativesAutomated Motor Pool (AMP)Traffic Operations Signal WarehouseMultimodal Planning DivisionCredit Card Payment BridgeThin Clients / Server-based computingSnow Readiness reportingGlobe District snowplows AVL Systems
26QUESTIONS ?CONTACT INFO:Dennis HalachoffTHANK YOU !