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Joe Nestler, P.E. Bureau of State Highway Programs Division of Transportation Investment Management WTBA / WisDOT Contractor Engineer Conference January 30, 2013 FY-2013 State Highway Program Update

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2 A Look Back at State Fiscal Year 2012:

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3 FY 12 Program Recap State And Federal Funding Met Expectations Federal Funding Within 1% Of Estimate $22 Million Less In Base Obligation Authority $28 Million In “Redistribution” Funds Covered The Gap State Revenue Collections A Bit Above Estimate Motor Fuel Collections Within 0.12% Of Forecast Cost Estimates Were Pretty Accurate Too Let Savings Of 2.7% Savings Exceeded 10% In Each Of The Preceding 3 Years

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4 $1027M $4M Maintenance/Operations Final FY 12 LET Level $1023M Base Improvement Program Millions [SHR, Majors, SE Freeways, Local Programs] Goal: $1003 to $1033

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Monthly Let Goal Percentages % of Annual Total 5 ~ 60% of annual goal

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Final FY 12 Monthly Lets GoalFY 12 6 % of Annual $

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Projects Per Quarter Show Progress % of Annual Projects

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8 State Fiscal Year 2013 Estimates & Projections:

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State Fiscal Year 2013 Estimates Chapter 20 Funding for State and Local Highway Programs ~ $1,517,000,000 State Highway Rehabilitation ($826M) Major Highway Projects Program ($371M) SEFWY-Megaprojects Program ($188M) Local Highway Program ($90M) Local Bridge Program ($42M) Includes SFY-13 Federal Funds Estimate of $670M

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10 Projected FY 13 LET Level $1044- $1074 $1040-$1070 Improvement Program Millions $4 Maintenance & Operations $60 Dresbach Bridge (MnDOT Let)

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11 Let Level Caveats Federal FY 13 Funding State Motor Fuel And Registration Revenues

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12 History Of Lets [Excluding Maintenance/Operations] Millions

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13 History Of Construction Costs Index 1990=100

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14 History Of Lets [ Constant $, Excluding Maintenance/Operations] Millions

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15 FY 13 Project Quantities Targets

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Multiplication X 1 1 x 1 = 1 2 x 1 = 2 3 x 1 = 3 4 x 1 = 4 5 x 1 = 5 6 x 1 = 6 7 x 1 = 7 8 x 1 = 8 9 x 1 = 9 10 x 1 = 10 11 x 1 = 11 12 x 1 = 12 X 2 1.

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