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Washington Court Hotel 525 New Jersey Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20001 July 8 -10, 2009 State of Good Repair Roundtable 1.

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1 Washington Court Hotel 525 New Jersey Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC July 8 -10, 2009 State of Good Repair Roundtable 1

2 Second Largest Rail Transit System Fifth Largest Bus Network Serves a population of 3.5 Million One of the new generation heavy rail systems, with BART and MARTA, reaching mid-life. Metro System 2

3 MetroRail Engineering Design Began 1967 Construction Began

4 Red Line Opened March 27, 1976 MetroRail 4

5 Current System Completed Dec 18,

6 106.3 Miles 86 Stations Subway: 50.5 miles, 47 Stations Surface: 46.3 miles, 33 Stations Aerial: 9.2 miles, 47 Bridges, 6 Stations 588 Escalators, 232 Elevators Parking Structures: 21 Rail Yards: 9 MetroRail 6

7 Formed by the purchased of four separate bus companies in 1973 Assets were acquired over a period of 90 years: Bus garages Storage areas 1000 bus shelters Radio system Associated support facilities and equipment MetroBus 7

8 Capital Improvement Plan History 1998 F.R. Harris Report - Twenty Year Capital Improvement Plan − Capital asset database − Infrastructure renewal requirements November Ten Year CIP (FY04 - FY13), $12.2 billion “MUST DO” Infrastructure Renewal – “NEED TO DO” Systems Access and Capacity – “SHOULD DO” System Expansion System Access, $2.9 Infrastructure System Renewal, $3.3 Expansion, $6.0 – 8

9 Capital Improvement Plan History October Metro Matters($2.7 Billion for FY05 -FY10) - Fully funded “MUST-DO” - Partially funded “NEED-TO-DO” - No funding for “SHOULD-DO” January COG Blue Ribbon Panel (FY05- FY 15) - Capital Needs: $800 Million per year - Capital Revenue: $500 Million per year - Shortfall: $300 Million per year 9

10 State of Good Repair – Going Forward The Metro Matters agreement established an average level of capital spending of about $500 million annually Going forward, a greater need exists just to keep the system in a State- of-Good Repair The increased need is due to the following: - For the first time, Metro is faced with the replacement of a series of railcars. - Many assets have a 30-year life cycle. -New or modified capital programs are included, i.e. IT, Metro Access, Employee Facilities. 10

11 Capital Improvement Plan Inputs Organizational Constraints Financial Procurement Track Rights Long-range Planning Ridership/Capacity forecast Customer Service Technology Organization’s Goals Asset Mgmt Asset Condition SOGR Replacement Cycles Capital Program 11

12 Capital Needs Assessment - Overview What’s included in the capital needs assessment: 10 year focus ”Unconstrained” by funding limits Improvements needed to keep the transit system in a state of good repair Improvements that will enhance service and the customer experience Increases in rail and bus capacity to meet demand and serve new markets What’s not included in the capital needs assessment: System expansion projects: New rail lines New stations or station entrances 12

13 State of Good Repair - Asset Categories 1.Rail Fleet 2.Bus Fleet 3.Paratransit Fleet 4.Non-Revenue Fleet 5.Maintenance and Support Facilities 6.Passenger Facilities (Vertical Transportation) 7.Passenger Facilities (Station Facilities) 8.Track and Structures 9.Systems (ATC & Power) 10.Systems (Fare Payment) 11.Systems (Safety & Security) 12.Information Technology 13

14 Capital Planning Process Capital Prioritization and Programming Capital Planning Long-range plan Asset Management Organization’s Goals Organization’s Constraints Capital Budgeting Monitoring Implementation 14

15 State of Good Repair Needs - Highlights Replacement of Series Cars and Rehab of Series Cars plus Commissioning Facility Replace older buses (100 per year) to maintain an average fleet age of 7.5 years Maintain the structural integrity of Metrorail bridges, tunnels, platforms, and emergency exits Replace 52,800 linear feet of running rail and 30 switches per year, as well as the renewal of other critical track components Replace 4 bus garages Replace traction power switchgear Replace and upgrade AFC equipment system-wide Rehabilitate automatic train control Comprehensive upgrade of IT data centers and infrastructure 15

16 Resolve Organizational Constraints Long-range Planning Ridership/Capacity forecast Customer Service Technology Organization’s Goals Asset Mgmt Asset Condition SOGR Replacement Cycles Capital Program Organizational Constraints Financial Procurement Track Rights 16

17 Current Practice Multiple rehab contracts; multiple contractors Track rights conflicts between contractors and with WMATA Maintenance Week-night non-revenue work window 2-1/2 hours maximum Low productivity Contract delays Higher cost 17

18 New Practice Track Rights Divide the system into segments Start with oldest sections first Single tracking during week and limited weekends Work in same areas as WMATA Maintenance Award one contract to perform all rehabilitation work in one segment of the system 18

19 New Practice Procurement and Financial Award one contract to perform all rehabilitation work in one segment of the system. Reduced Procurement Effort Reduced Project Management Minimizes Conflicts and Delays 19

20 New Approach: Red Line Contract Breakout A016 Shady Grove A017 N Rockville B012 A015 Twinbrook Glenmont B011 White Flint A014 Wheaton Grosvenor-Strathmore B010 A013 Forest Glen B009 Red Line Contracts: 1.DuPont to Silver Spring 2.DuPont to Grosvenor 3. Grosvenor to Shady Grove and Silver Spring to Glenmont Medical Center Silver Spring A011 Bethesda B006 Takoma A010 Friendship Heights A009 Fort Totten TWO LEVELS Tenleytown-AU Van Ness- UDC Cleveland Park B006 Brookland - CUA A006 Woodley Park-Zoo/ Adams Morgan B004 Rhode Island Ave- A004 Brentwood B005 Dupont Circle B003 B003c A003 B003b Farragut North B001 New York Ave.- Florida Ave. - Gallaudet Univ. A002 A001 Union Metro Center B002 Station TWO LEVELS Gallery Place- Chinatown Judiciary TWO LEVELS Sq 20

21 New Approach: Bus Facilities and Rail Yards Current Practice Bus Facilities and Rail Yard Contracts: Multiple Contracts for various equipment and facility renovations Revised Bus Facilities and Rail Yard Contracts: Start with oldest first Separate Contracts for Rail Yards and Bus Facilities Rail Yards would be divided into 3 contracts as follows: Brentwood, New Carrollton and Alexandria West Falls Church, Greenbelt, Shady Grove Branch Avenue, Glenmont and Largo Tail Tracks Bus Facilities would be divided into 3 contracts as follows: Western, Southern and Northern Landover and Montgomery Bladensburg and Four Mile Run 21

22 What is State of Good Repair? “‘State of Good Repair” is achieved when the infrastructure components are replaced on a schedule consistent with their life expectancy For example: Useful life of a bus is 15 years. In order to sustain a replacement of the fleet on an annual, prescribed, basis 1/15 of the fleet is replaced each year. Annual replacement will grow as fleet grows. – 22

23 QUESTIONS? 23


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