Presentation on theme: "County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Board Four Year Transportation Plan 2013 to 2016 Board Transportation Committee June 12, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
County of Fairfax, Virginia Department of Transportation Board Four Year Transportation Plan 2013 to 2016 Board Transportation Committee June 12, 2012
County of Fairfax, Virginia Review of Projected Revenues for Next Four Year Transportation Plan FY13-FY16 (mil $) Local Funding Sources –Commercial and Industrial Tax (C&I)$261.7 –C&I Economic Development Authority (EDA) Bonds$ 50.0 –Transportation Bonds (Prior and proposed 2014 bond funds)$195.6 –Proffers$ 11.8 Total$519.1 Federal Funding Sources –CMAQ/RSTP$236.7 –Federal Appropriations/Grant Programs$ 1.3 –Office of Economic Adjustment (Department of Defense)$180.0 Total$418.0 Total Available Funding$937.0 Department of Transportation 2
County of Fairfax, Virginia Review of Proposed Allocations for Available Revenues FY13-FY16 (mil $) Total Available Funding $937.0 Previously Allocated to Projects$801.6 –Attachment A Available Funding For New Projects$103.7 –Attachment B Additional Funding Needed for Previously Approved Projects$ 31.7 –Attachment C Total$937.0 Department of Transportation 3
County of Fairfax, Virginia Review of Revenues Previously Allocated to Projects FY13-FY16 (mil $) Transit Projects (Includes Fairfax Connector$ Operational Support) Pedestrian, Bike, Bus Stop, Spot Intersection$ 40.6 Roadway$ Tysons Corner$ 52.1 BRAC Related$ Debt Service (Dulles Rail Phases I&II Shortfall, EDA Revenue Bond, Wiehle Ave Parking Garage)$ 28.1 Advncd Plng, Design, Land Acq. Future Proj.s$ 73.9 Project Implementation Support$ 15.5 Construction/Grant Match Reserve$ 7.5 Total$ Department of Transportation 4
County of Fairfax, Virginia Review of Additional Funding Needed for Previously Approved Projects FY13-FY16 (mil $) Telegraph Rd Walkway$ 1.5 Leesburg Pk/Colvin Run Rd (Pedestrian and Intersection Improvements)$ 1.3 Lees Corner Rd Walkway$ 1.0 Route 29 Widening (Centreville to Fairfax City)$ 5.5 Lorton Rd Widening (Rt 123 to Silverbrook Rd)$ 5.1 Giles Run Park Access Roadway$ 2.8 Braddock Rd (Rt 123 to Roanoke Dr)$ 2.5 Spot Improvement Projects$ 1.9 Rolling Rd Widening (Delong to Fullerton)$ 0.3 Other Projects*$ 9.8 Total$ 31.7 *Includes 57 pedestrian projects, many with significant ROW, utility, and redesign cost increases. Department of Transportation 5
County of Fairfax, Virginia Status of Next Four-Year Program FCDOT met with each District Supervisor (Nov Jan. 2012) to discuss unfunded project lists May 8 - Board Transportation Committee May 29 – Board Aides Meeting Consolidated list of projects for the next 4-Year Plan (includes projects from the previous plan that are still in progress) Revisions made based on comments received by Board members and staff aides Department of Transportation 6 Feedback
County of Fairfax, Virginia Project Selection Department of Transportation 7 Priority for project funding is based on tier one projects of the ten- year plan New project recommendations are based on the following criteria: –Identifying projects for federal funds available of the RMAG and TMSAMS efforts (prioritization done through citizen communities with staff input) –Top Tysons Roadway projects –Generally serving to improve safety, increase capacity, relieve congestion, provide critical connections, and offer alternative travel modes.
County of Fairfax, Virginia Revision of Proposed Funding for New Projects FY13-FY16 (mil $) Reston Metrorail Access Group (RMAG)$ 14.7 Tysons Metrorail Station Access Management Study (TMSAMS)$ 16.0 New Countywide Projects (Breakout below)$ 73.0 Roadway/Spot $50.5 Pedestrian/Intersection Improvements* $ 5.9 Walkway/Trail/Bicycle $ 8.3 Transit** $ 8.3 Total$103.7 * Includes $1.3 million in new funds for pedestrian/bicycle projects. **Includes $4 million in new funds to continue the bus stop program. Department of Transportation 8
County of Fairfax, Virginia Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA) Next Steps Department of Transportation 9 Staff is working to incorporate the use of BCAs into consideration for countywide projects receiving new funding Consultant support is being sought for the development of a BCA modeling application –The application will be applicable to all types of multi-modal projects, including roadway widening, intersection improvements, interchange improvements, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, park-and-ride facilities, etc. –Tailored to the needs of Fairfax County Estimated completion of the BCA tool is Fall 2012
County of Fairfax, Virginia Next Steps Department of Transportation 10 Return to Board for formal adoption on July 10, 2012 Begin implementation of projects funded now Fall 2014 bond referendum Other?
County of Fairfax, Virginia Questions? Department of Transportation 11