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Transportation Department Presentation to: Consolidation of Services Study Commission, Transportation Subcommittee August 22, 2005.

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1 Transportation Department Presentation to: Consolidation of Services Study Commission, Transportation Subcommittee August 22, 2005

2 Transportation Department Department Mission Statement Organization Chart Department Objectives Department Budget Summary Personnel/Staffing Major Accomplishments Significant Performance Measures Service Delivery and Key Challenges

3 Mission Statement Transportation Department To develop a balanced Transportation System that supports a livable, economically successful community and improves access and travel choices through enhancement of roads, public transit, parking, bicycle and pedestrian systems, intermodal facilities, demand management programs, and traffic management techniques.

4 Organization Chart

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6 Department Objectives Transportation Planning Monitor transportation system performance.Monitor transportation system performance. Develop financially feasible plans for access and mobility needs.Develop financially feasible plans for access and mobility needs. Interagency cooperation to address transportation issues affecting the City and the Region. (i.e., FDOT, Orange County, Lynx, Metroplan Orlando, Expressway Authority, GOAA & Regional Planning Council)Interagency cooperation to address transportation issues affecting the City and the Region. (i.e., FDOT, Orange County, Lynx, Metroplan Orlando, Expressway Authority, GOAA & Regional Planning Council)

7 Department Objectives Transportation Engineering Maintain 470 traffic signal control devices, 50,000 signs and 250 miles of lane separation pavement markings.Maintain 470 traffic signal control devices, 50,000 signs and 250 miles of lane separation pavement markings. Investigate traffic problems and develop traffic improvements and traffic calming alternatives.Investigate traffic problems and develop traffic improvements and traffic calming alternatives.Parking Provide convenient and safe parking for visitors and employees patronizing the Central Business District and events.Provide convenient and safe parking for visitors and employees patronizing the Central Business District and events. Maintain and repair 9 parking garages, 7 surface lots and 1,000 parking meters. – Total 11,000 parking spacesMaintain and repair 9 parking garages, 7 surface lots and 1,000 parking meters. – Total 11,000 parking spaces

8 Department Budget Summary

9 Department Personnel/Staffing

10 Major Accomplishments Transportation Planning Shingle Creek Trail Land Acquisition - $4 million grant received jointly with Orange County. Bicycle Friendly Community Award - Bronze Level Status (only 44 communities in US) Interim I-4 Aesthetics - Worked with FDOT & OOCEA to achieve the highest level of aesthetics. Major Thoroughfare Plan Update - Changes to address growth and annexations in the Southeast. Transportation Development Review - Determined transportation mitigation for large projects.

11 Major Accomplishments Transportation Engineering New Traffic Management Center - Completed construction and commenced operation. Crystal Lake Drive Improvements - Completed design and right of way acquisition for segment between Anderson Street and Livingston Street. South Conway Road - Completed design and right of way acquisition for segment between Hoffner Avenue and the Beeline Expressway. Red-light Confirmation Light Program - Initiated at key high crash locations.

12 Major Accomplishments Parking Comprehensive Parking Plan - Initiate Phase I of the Parking Plan, study to be completed by September ’05. “ParkSmart” Marketing Campaign - Implemented marketing campaign to increase public awareness of the downtown parking facilities and programs.

13 Significant Performance Measures

14 Fiscal Year 2005/2006 Service Delivery & Key Challenges Transportation Planning Downtown Transportation Plan - Plan a transportation network to support Downtown growth. Update Transportation Impact Fees - Rates have not been increased since I-4 Aesthetics & Enhancements - Determine aesthetic level compared to level of funding. Commuter Rail - Implementing first rail project in Central Florida. Agree on Interlocal Funding SB 360 (Growth Management Bill) - Seize funding opportunities and develop a TCEA Strategy

15 Service Delivery & Key Challenges Transportation Engineering I-4 Traffic Mitigation - Coordinate with FDOT to address the impacts from the Ultimate I-4 Construction to occur in 2009 to Downtown Traffic Management - Managing Traffic Flow In The Vicinity of Major Construction Projects –Upcoming I-4/State Road 408 interchange project –Continuing Phases of State Road 408 improvements –Private development projects in the Downtown

16 Service Delivery & Key Challenges Special Events - Managing traffic for numerous simultaneous special events in the Downtown Traffic Signals - Coordinating traffic signals on increasingly congested arterials School Zones - Managing school-related traffic and parking in key City neighborhoods Construction Related Traffic – Assess impacts and propose mitigation

17 Service Delivery & Key Challenges Downtown Intelligent Transportation Systems Purpose Event Management Congestion Management Incident Management Devices Dynamic Message Signs Video Detection In-pavement Detection Redundant Fiber Optic Communications

18 Service Delivery & Key Challenges Implementation of Red Light Cameras –Purpose Reduce right angle crashes Reduce vehicle-pedestrian crashes –Locations High incident City intersections

19 Service Delivery & Key Challenges Parking Garage Construction - Construct a 900 space garage on Lot 6 to support new downtown growth Land Acquisition - Develop a site acquisition and funding plan for potential garage sites in the downtown Financial Outlook - Develop a strategic plan to offset lost revenues from decreases in On & Off Street parking spaces. Parking Space Shortage - development and construction will displace many current parking spaces

20 Service Delivery & Key Challenges Director Office Set Priorities and Schedule – To accomplish key programs and projects from among many opportunities Strengthen and Expand Partnership Opportunities Public Private Increase Transportation Revenue Sources Expand and Leverage Existing Sources Develop New Sources

21 Public Works Presentation to: Consolidation of Services Study Commission, Transportation Subcommittee August 22, 2005

22 Department Objectives Maintain 667 miles of pavement and 566 miles of sidewalk systems.Maintain 667 miles of pavement and 566 miles of sidewalk systems. Manage 270 miles of stormwater systems to control, and provide treatment of stormwater runoff.Manage 270 miles of stormwater systems to control, and provide treatment of stormwater runoff. Provide engineering design, survey, project and construction management services for public infrastructure improvements that have a 5 year CIP value of $210 million.Provide engineering design, survey, project and construction management services for public infrastructure improvements that have a 5 year CIP value of $210 million.

23 Highway Maintenance Related Budget

24 Highway Maintenance Related Personnel

25 Significant Performance Measures

26 Fiscal Year 2005/2006 Service Delivery & Key Challenges Sidewalk Repairs and extensions Sidewalk Repairs and extensions Need to improve turn-around time and reduce backlog Need to improve turn-around time and reduce backlog Allocate funding for extensions Allocate funding for extensions Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement Rehabilitation Pavement evaluation recommends annual expenditure of $4 million to maintain condition at acceptable level of service Pavement evaluation recommends annual expenditure of $4 million to maintain condition at acceptable level of service Have only been able to budget half that amount in recent years Have only been able to budget half that amount in recent years

27 Fiscal Year 2005/2006 Service Delivery & Key Challenges ROW maintenance ROW maintenance Reduced mowing cycles and landscaping maintenance on major roadways Reduced mowing cycles and landscaping maintenance on major roadways Reduced sweeper fleet and changed our street sweeping cycle from 12 days to 14 days Reduced sweeper fleet and changed our street sweeping cycle from 12 days to 14 days Construction market Construction market Local and worldwide demand for construction materials has raised price of concrete and steel significantly in the last year Local and worldwide demand for construction materials has raised price of concrete and steel significantly in the last year Volume of available work – housing, rehab, roadway and high rises – has saturated the market Volume of available work – housing, rehab, roadway and high rises – has saturated the market Result – fewer bidders and higher costs Result – fewer bidders and higher costs


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