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1 Paula J. Trigg, County Engineer Public Works and Transportation Committee June 25, 2014 PROGRAM RECAP AND ENDORSEMENT REQUEST 2014-2019 PROPOSED HIGHWAY.

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1 1 Paula J. Trigg, County Engineer Public Works and Transportation Committee June 25, 2014 PROGRAM RECAP AND ENDORSEMENT REQUEST PROPOSED HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

2 PRESENTATION SCHEDULE: YEAR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PWTC 2014 Meeting DatePresentation Topic February 26 Preview 2014 Construction April 2 Overview/Source of Projects April 30 Preservation Projects May 7 Modernization and Expansion Projects May 28 Funding and Revenue June 4 Funding and Revenue June 25 Project Listings/Draft Program Document 2

3 3 PROGRAM RECAP AND ENDORSEMENT REQUEST

4 316 miles of new facilities 111 miles LCDOT facilities Primarily off-street shared use paths Emphasis on access to transit and jobs 2040 | NON-MOTORIZED

5 2040 | TRANSIT Tailored to fit a suburban milieu Less dependence on fixed routes Pace market study Extend Metra service to Wadsworth

6 2040 | ROADWAY 36% more peak period trips by add lane projects 33 interchange / intersection projects 13 route extensions 212 miles of improvements

7 PRESERVATION CATEGORY 7 Highlighted Argus Pavement Management System Preservation Projects

8 PRIORITY 1: PRESERVATION 8 Goal is keeping highway pavements, bridges, bikeways, signals and related items in good condition $120.7 million programmed [ ]

9 WHAT’S NEW IN THIS 5-YEAR PROGRAM? 9 Preservation Projects: Pavements--Resurfacing or Reconstruction $27 million 39 miles 24 locations Upgrade PASSAGE equipment Drainage Repairs—3 locations Annual maintenance items—patching, crack sealing, trees, guardrail, etc. Bike path paving Bike path bridge – McClory path over Scranton Ave (w/Lake Bluff)

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12 MODERNIZATION AND EXPANSION CATEGORIES 12

13 PRIORITY 2: MODERNIZATION 13 Goal is reducing delays and increasing safety by accommodating short-term traffic growth and the needs of non-motorists $131 million programmed [ ]

14 WHAT’S NEW IN THIS 5-YEAR PROGRAM? 14 Modernization Projects: Intersection Improvements—3 locations Software systems maintenance or upgrades—TCAS (Crash Analysis) and CARS (Capacity Analysis) Signal Equipment and Coordination ITS PASSAGE signal coordination ADA Ramps

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17 PRIORITY 3: EXPANSION 17 Goal is providing highway capacity to meet long-term traffic growth needs and provide for economic development $237 million programmed [ ]

18 WHAT’S NEW IN THIS 5-YEAR PROGRAM? 18 Expansion Projects: Deerfield Road – Saunders Rd to IL 21 Buffalo Grove Road portion of Cook Co project on Lake Cook Rd Russell Road – right of way for future bike path

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21 FUNDING AND REVENUE 21 4 DOT Capital Program Revenue Streams: County Bridge Tax (CB) Matching Tax (MT) Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) Sales Tax (ST) Growth forecasts for revenue streams: Flat for County Bridge Tax and Match Tax Slight increase for Sales Tax Slight decline for Motor Fuel Tax

22 HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT FUNDS DISTRIBUTION (CB, MT, MFT, ST) 22 Program Total $697 million $547 million w/o federal construction funds Program Total $697 million $547 million w/o federal construction funds

23 FUND SOURCES FOR THE 5 YEAR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 23

24 QUESTIONS? 24


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