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1 Steve Varnedoe Condition Assessment & Funding Needs for North Carolina’s Highway System North Carolina Department of Transportation Report to the Joint Legislative Transportation Oversight Committee January 14, 2003

2 Condition Assessment & Funding Needs For North Carolina’s Highway System Reporting Requirements Overview of the System Assessment Methodologies Current Conditions Funding Needs Maintenance Operational Improvements

3 Biennial Report on Maintenance Requirements. G.S The annual cost of routine maintenance The cost of eliminating maintenance backlog Annual resurfacing cost based on a 12-year cycle for primary roads and a 15-year cycle for other systems The cost of eliminating any resurfacing backlog

4 Since the Highway Trust Fund was enacted: ,808 road miles 127,809 paved lane miles 16,104 miles of unpaved roads 16,900 structures 61.1 M sf bridge deck area ,808 road miles 127,809 paved lane miles 16,104 miles of unpaved roads 16,900 structures 61.1 M sf bridge deck area ,347 road miles 155,960 paved lane miles 6,644 miles of unpaved roads 17,463 structures 72.3 M sf bridge deck area ,347 road miles 155,960 paved lane miles 6,644 miles of unpaved roads 17,463 structures 72.3 M sf bridge deck area North Carolina State Highway System

5 Highway System Growth (Paved Lane Miles) System Growth

6 Bridge System Growth (Square Feet of Bridge Deck) Deck Area Growth

7 Highway System Usage (Vehicle Miles Traveled) Growth

8 Rating the Condition of the Highway System Maintenance Condition Survey Bridge Condition Survey Pavement Condition Survey Maintenance Condition Survey Bridge Condition Survey Pavement Condition Survey

9 Maintenance Condition Elements Roadway 4Low Shoulder 4High Shoulder 4Lateral Ditches  Lateral Ditch Erosion Drainage 4Crossline Pipe 4Driveway Pipe 4Curb & Gutter 4Catch Basin & Drop Inlets 4Other Drainage Features Roadside 4Mowing 4Brush and Tree Control 4Litter & Debris 4Slope 4Guardrail Traffic Control Devices 4Traffic Signs 4Pavement Striping 4Words and Symbols  Pavement Markers Environmental 4Turf Condition  Miscellaneous Vegetation Management Pavement 4Flexible 4Rigid Bridge 4Decks 4Rails 4Expansion Joints 4Superstructure 4Substructure

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11 Roadway Performance Measures (Interstate) Element Pavement Shoulders/Ditches Roadside Drainage Traffic Control Devices Environmental Total Target Actual Scale 1-100

12 Roadway Level of Service (2002 Survey) InterstatePrimaryUrbanSecondary F D C B A

13 Performance Measure Trends (Roadway)

14 Bridge Performance Measures (Statewide) Element Decks Rails Expansion Joints Superstructure Substructure Total Target 7 Actual Scale 1- 9

15 Bridge Performance Measures (Statewide) Element Decks Rails Expansion Joints Superstructure Substructure Total Target 7 Actual Scale 1- 9

16 Bridge Level of Service (2002 Survey) F D C B A Bridges 7 6.7

17 Performance Measure Trends (Bridge)

18 Pavement Preventive Maintenance Program has doubled since miles at $ 31.3 million Program has doubled since miles at $ 31.3 million Retreatment Goal miles per year at $ 77.5 million

19 Traffic Systems Maintenance Signal Preventive Maintenance Program (7,000 Traffic Signals Statewide) Intelligent Transportation System/Incident Response Program Total $26.8 million

20 Maintenance Funding Needs (Millions) NeedsBudgetShortfall (03-04) Routine Maintenance (Roads & Bridges)$ 620.6$ 428.1$ 192.5

21 Maintenance Funding Needs (Millions) NeedsBudgetShortfall (03-04) Routine Maintenance (Roads & Bridges)$ 620.6$ 428.1$ Backlog ( Million)$ 36.0$ 36.0

22 Contract Resurfacing

23 ResurfacingCycles Per G.S Primary System12 yrs All Other Systems15 yrs Total Cost $ million ResurfacingCycles Per G.S Primary System12 yrs All Other Systems15 yrs Total Cost $ million

24 Maintenance Funding Needs (Millions) NeedsBudgetShortfall (03-04) Routine Maintenance (Roads & Bridges)$ 620.6$ 428.1$ Backlog ($ Million)$ 36.0$ 36.0 Contract Resurfacing$ 227.4$ 157.4$ 70.0

25 Floyd$ 62.4 Snow Storm (Jan. ‘00)$ 17.4 Ice Storm (Dec. ‘02)$ 44.4 Total$ Anticipated Reimbursement (67.0) Estimated DOT Debt$ 57.2 Floyd$ 62.4 Snow Storm (Jan. ‘00)$ 17.4 Ice Storm (Dec. ‘02)$ 44.4 Total$ Anticipated Reimbursement (67.0) Estimated DOT Debt$ 57.2 FEMA/FHWA Emergencies and Disasters (millions) Storm Cost

26 Maintenance Funding Needs (Millions) NeedsBudgetShortfall (03-04) Routine Maintenance (Roads & Bridges)$ 620.6$ 428.1$ Backlog ($ Million)$ 36.0$ 36.0 Contract Resurfacing$ 227.4$ 157.4$ 70.0 Backlog ($ Million)$ 10.4$ 10.4 Disasters$ 25.0$ 25.0

27 Maintenance Funding Needs (Millions) Needs Routine Maintenance (Roads & Bridges)$ Backlog ($ Million)$ 36.0 Contract Resurfacing$ Backlog ($ Million)$ 10.4 Disasters$ 25.0 Total Maintenance Funding Need$

28 History of Routine Maintenance Funding Millions $ 94.6 M

29 History of Resurfacing Funding Millions $ 28.4 M

30 Supplemental Maintenance Funds (Annual Basis) TIP Funding –Traffic System Operations - $ 10 million –Positive Guidance Program - $ 6.6 million –ITS Traffic Operations - $ 11.3 million –Bridge Preservation Funds - $ 2 million Senate Bill 1005 –Traffic Mgmt. System Improvements - $ 15 million –Primary Pavement Preservation - $ 135 million

31 Impact of SB 1005 on Pavement Needs Authorized use of Highway Trust Fund cash balances Targets major primary system corridors Provides approx. $423 million over 3 years Approx. 5,500 lane miles will be strengthened and resurfaced Helps eliminate resurfacing backlog Reduces pavement needs

32 Primary Route Preservation Projects SB 1005 (Year 1 and 2) Primary

33 Maintenance Funding Needs (Millions) Needs Routine Maintenance (Roads & Bridges)$ Backlog ($ Million)$ 36.0 Contract Resurfacing$ Backlog ($ Million)$ 10.4 Disasters + $ 25.0 Total Maintenance Funding Need$ Supplemental Maintenance Funds - $ Adjusted Maintenance Funding Needs$ 739.5

34 Maintenance Funding Needs (Millions) NeedsBudget Shortfall (01-02) Routine Maintenance (Includes Backlog)$ 521.6$ 378$ Contract Resurfacing$ 229.0$ 115$ (Includes Backlog) Disaster Recovery$ 35.0$ 0$ 35.0

35 Maintenance Funding Needs (Millions) NeedsBudgetShortfall (02-03) Routine Maintenance$ 521.6$ 378$ Contract Resurfacing$ 229.0$ 115$ Disaster Recovery$ 35.0$ 0$ 35.0 Grand Total$ $ 493$ 292.6

36 Statewide Annual Maintenance Funding Plan

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38 Maintenance Operational Improvements LED Replacement for Signal Bulbs Signal Preventive Maintenance Improved Primary Pavements (SB) ITS (IMAP) Initiatives Road Oil Incentive Pay Program DOC Litter Pickup Program Pavement Preservation Implementation

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