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1mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMPA TURNPIKEThanks Gary / PAPA
2ACT 89the PTC’s annual payments to PennDOT will remain at $450 million for the next eight years — through June of 2022. But, starting in fiscal year (FY) 2023, the payments drop sharply to $50 million per year until the Act 44 agreement ends in FY 2057. The Turnpike’s contribution will be shifted entirely to the support of public transportation.
3the law will provide additional funding from the Commonwealth, through the Oil Company Franchise Tax. This additional revenue stream is expected to continue to grow annually, reaching an estimated $87 million per year by year five. The funding would be sufficient to complete the Southern Beltway segment between U.S. Route 22 and Interstate 79 and also can be used for work on the remaining portions of the Southern Beltway & the Mon-Fayette Expressway and additional slip ramps.
4The Act requires additional consideration be given to utilization of small and diverse business enterprisesRaise speed limit to 70 MPH where appropriate
5Did not include enforcement language for AET that would ensure timely payment of tolls by providing penalties for unpaid toll violations and by punishing those who deliberately seek to evade tolls. The provisions, which would have led to suspension of a vehicle’s registration upon a preset number of toll violations and language that would have provided greater clarity on the issue of video tolling.
6AET IMPLEMENTATION Extend to a 8 year implementation Pilot Design & DeploymentI-95 (in progress)Findlay Connector (I-576)
8mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions FY 2014 Ten-Year Capital Plan4/14/ :53 PMmydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions
9Construction Monthly Cash Draw Downs AREAS of FOCUSConstruction Monthly Cash Draw DownsConstruction Schedule –Completion Date
10Roadway Projects for 2014 1ST Quarter MP 99 – 102 ROADWAY RECONSTRUCTIONBit. OverlayBit. Overlay – Bedford InterchangeMP A26 – A31 ROADWAY AND BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTIONBit. Overlay A31 – A40Bit. Overlay A69 – A74Bit. Overlay A – Wyoming Valley InterchangeSYSTEMWIDE ROADWAY REPAIRS (6 CONTRACTS)2nd QuarterMP 44 – 48 ROADWAY AND BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTIONBit. Overlay 90.7 – Donegal InterchangeBit. Overlay – Willow Hill InterchangeI-95 SECTION D-101st Q: 20 miles overlay, mill/pave2014 *Bit. Overlay 138 – 142 F/D job 4 miles long*Bit. Overlay I/C Ramps Partial F/D*Bit. Overlay A31 – A40*Bit. Overlay A69 – A74*Bit. Overlay A I/C Ramps8 miles of Total Reconstruction work2014 Roadway OE’s = ~$10.0 M6 Open end roadway bid in January (3 each time)2nd Q: 2 I/C ramp jobs; I/C & Central at Willow Hill4 miles of Total Reconstruction workI-95 Section D-10 Bituminous
11mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMRoadway Projects for 20143rd QuarterMP 220 – 227 ROADWAY & BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTIONMP 242 – 245 ROADWAY & BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTION4TH Quarter 2014 (2015 Construction season)Bit. OverlayMP 202 – 206 ROADWAY & BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTIONBit. Overlay A40 – A49Bit. Overlay A108 – A1153rd Q 2014: 10 Miles of Total Reconstruction4th Q 2014: MPA40-A49A108-A11521 miles of paving operations coming out in 4th Quarter4 miles of Total Reconstruction in 4th Quarter
122014 Roadway Projects 51 miles of mill/pave/overlay work 33 miles - Bid 4th Quarter 201318 miles - Bid 1st Quarter 2014- Bid 2nd Quarter 2014 (Interchanges)21 miles - Bid 4th Quarter 2014 (2015 season)Total Reconstruction – 22 miles8 miles - Bid 1st Quarter 20144 miles - Bid 2nd Quarter 201410 miles - Bid 3rd Quarter 20144 miles - Bid 4th Quarter 2014 (2015 season)4Q miles1Q miles2Q miles4Q miles (2015 season)= 55 miles of mill/pave type of work for 2014.Total Reconstruction22 miles to be bid (4th Q – )Continuation of 6 miles(A20-A26 ……… complete)
13mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMNew HMA projects constructed in 2014 will use the PTC’s new CS Section 409 that includes new Lot and Sublot criteria.BITUMINOUS TOTAL:2009 = 853K tons2010 = 880K tons2011 = 539K TONS2012= 980K TONS2013 = 419K TONS2012 lane miles paved = 2732013 lane miles estimated = 2662011 IRI = 55” per mile – for the mill/pave projects2012 IRA = lane miles- average IRI =
14mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMRoadway loose samples and cores obtained from each Sublot will be tested.Sublot results will be averaged and used as Acceptance and payment criteria.Table I was also modified for payment factors.BITUMINOUS TOTAL:2009 = 853K tons2010 = 880K tons2011 = 539K TONS2012= 980K TONS2013 = estimated2012 lane miles paved = 2732013 lane miles estimated = 2662011 IRI = 55” per mile – for the mill/pave projects2012 IRA = lane miles- average IRI =
15Requires all completed wearing surface longitudinal and transverse joints to be sealed with a rubberize joint sealing material in accordance with Section 705.4(c)
16mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMThe PAPA website contains the Pa. Turnpike HMA Software for The HMA Design Software and 2014 Bit-DEL program are available .Any questions can be directed to Terry Dreher in our Materials Dept.BITUMINOUS TOTAL:2009 = 853K tons2010 = 880K tons2011 = 539K TONS2012= 980K TONS2013 = estimated2012 lane miles paved = 2732013 lane miles estimated = 2662011 IRI = 55” per mile – for the mill/pave projects2012 IRA = lane miles- average IRI =
172013 IRI RESULTSPaved 53 miles and 212 lane miles with an overall IRI average of 56.13
182013 Projects A-059 Project IRI 60 A-095 Project IRI 48 T-345 Project IRI 51T-263 Project IRI 47T-236 Project IRI 58T-199 Project IRI 63T-142 Project IRI 55T-122 Project IRI 67
19mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMBITUMINOUS TOTALS:2009 = 853 K tons2010 = 880 K tons2011 = 539 K tons2012 = 980 K tons2013 = 419 K tonsBITUMINOUS TOTAL:2009 = 853K tons2010 = 880K tons2011 = 539K TONS2012= 980K TONS2013 = estimated2012 lane miles paved = 2732013 lane miles estimated = 2662011 IRI = 55” per mile – for the mill/pave projects2012 IRA = lane miles- average IRI =
21Construction Projects Currently 67 active construction projects at a total construction value of over $ 721 millionAnother 41 projects to be bid through December 2014 at a total construction value of over $ 958 million
22mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMConstruction ProjectsCurrently In ConstructionRoadway ResurfacingsBridge Replacements/RehabsOther Miscellaneous ProjectsTotal Reconstruction ProjectsCurrently have planned 41 projectsto be bid in Fiscal Year 2014at a total construction value ofover $958 Million
23mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMTotalReconstructionAveraging 7 miles of reconstruction per year with the ‘Base Plan’Increases to 13 miles per year with the ‘Enhanced Plan’65 miles in design with the ‘Base Plan’Additional 50 miles with the ‘Enhanced Plan’Average construction cost/mile is $15-30 million
24mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions Stage 1 Construction4/14/ :53 PMWhile Widening to the OutsideKeep Traffic in Existing LanesFORMER STAGENOW/FUTURE STAGEAveraging 7 miles of reconstruction per year with the ‘Base Plan’Increases to 13 miles per year with the ‘Enhanced Plan’65 miles in design with the ‘Base Plan’Additional 50 miles with the ‘Enhanced Plan’Average construction cost/mile is $15-30 million
25mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions Stage 2 Construction4/14/ :53 PMReconstruct Original Roadway
26mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions Completed Construction4/14/ :53 PMTypical Total Reconstruction Section122 ft. Out-to-OutSAFETY ’ WIDE MEDIAN TO 26’ WIDE MEDIAN…..CAPACITY/MAINTENANCE – 2 LANES TO 3 LANES…..
27Total Reconstruction Projects Status as of November 2013Completed milesUnder Construction - 8 milesIn Design milesAvg. 13 miles/year at a construction cost of $15-$30 million per mile
28Mon/Fayette Southern Beltway This slide would be used as an overview for all seven Mon/Fayette and Southern Beltway projects underway. Once all the projects are complete, 95 miles of new limited-access highways will exist south and west of Pittsburgh in Allegheny, Washington and Fayette Counties.US 22 toI-79$659 M12 MilesPreliminary Design PhaseROD in 2008
29Southern Beltway US 22 to I-79 Currently Dual Bridges over US Starting ConstructionFirst Roadway Contract from MP S6 – S9 anticipated to begin March 2016Anticipated 5 Major Roadway ContractsConstruction timeframe now to late 2019.
35mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions 4/14/ :53 PMSMAPTC be using a 9.5mm SMA for the first time at Milepost T-275 toHempt Bros was awarded the contract.SMA Material and Paving will be provided by the H&K group.(Silver Hill Quarry and Reading Site Contractors)BITUMINOUS TOTAL:2009 = 853K tons2010 = 880K tons2011 = 539K TONS2012= 980K TONS2013 = estimated2012 lane miles paved = 2732013 lane miles estimated = 2662011 IRI = 55” per mile – for the mill/pave projects2012 IRA = lane miles- average IRI =
36Preparation of Existing Milled Surface mydocs-presentations-2011PAPAMWF-EricaRevisions4/14/ :53 PMPreparation of Existing Milled SurfacePreparation of Existing Milled SurfacePrepare surface as per Commission Specification Section CS Section (g) - Preparation of Existing Surface.“Remove and dispose of unsuitable material from the surface of existing pavement.”MILL & PAVE DOWN TO OLD CONCRETEVARIABLLE DEPTHS – 4” TO 8.5”JOINT REPAIRS NEEDEDWE HAVE JOINTS THAT NEED ATTENTION WHENGOING DOWN TO THE ORIGINAL CONCRETE PAVEMENT.
37Applies to both milling bituminous surfaces and milling to concrete Prepare surface as per Commission Specification Section 409.3(g).