Presentation on theme: "Status Transportation Improvement Program & FY 2013 Five Year Spending Plan S. Alfred Kattan, P.E. Project Management and Construction Division Manager."— Presentation transcript:
Status Transportation Improvement Program & FY 2013 Five Year Spending Plan S. Alfred Kattan, P.E. Project Management and Construction Division Manager
FY 2012 Transportation Improvement Program Outlook
Status of Major Projects Northern Parkway, Sarival to Dysart - Advertised for construction September 1, Bid Opening on November 9, Successful bidder : Lawrence Construction Company -Award: $42,266,996.67; Eng. Estimate: $41,584, Construction NTP issued Mar 19, 2012 Old US80 Bridge over Gila River - Advertised for construction September 8, Bid Opening October 20, Successful bidder: Haydon Building Corporation -Award: $4,277,893.40; Eng. Estimate: $5,258, Construction started on December 19, Project Completed Mar 30, 2012
Ellsworth Road Total cost $16.7 M in partnership with Town of Queen Creek and Pinal County.
Old US80 Highway Bridge over Gila River
long line of vehicles crossing apron of the Dam What it was like crossing the Gila before the Bridge was Built!
Old U. S. 80 Bridge Completed July 1927 Cost $320,000 Length 1,662 ft Technologically, the bridge is noteworthy as one of the longest vehicular structures in the state
Old U. S. 80 Bridge Repair issues to be solved Defective Roller Bearings Spalled Concrete Rebar and steel corrosion Bent and Damaged steel members
Old U. S. 80 Bridge Old Roller Bearings with Jacking Beams
Old U. S. 80 Bridge Lifting the Span
Old U. S. 80 Bridge Pier Scour Protection Pressure Grouting
Old U. S. 80 Bridge Interpretive Center
Old U. S. 80 Bridge View west from Interpretive Center
56 th Street Montgomery to Lone Mountain Dust Abatement Project Conventional asphaltic concrete overlay of dirt road from Montgomery Road to Lone Mountain Road – Short-term improvement before school year; may be further improved in future Converted 2-way stop to 4-way stop at 56 th Street and Montgomery Road Started August 1; completed August 15
56th St Lone Mountain Rd Montgomery Rd 56th Street: Montgomery Rd to Lone Mountain Rd Located in NorthEast valley Serves School Lone Mountain Elementary City of Phoenix Maricopa County
August 15th (First Day of School)
SMARTDrive Maricopa Countys regional connected vehicle program Developed in partnership with – Daisy Mountain Fire Department, – Valley Metro/RPTA – Anthem Community Council April 26, 12 Demo
SMARTDrive Test Site – Daisy Mountain Drive, Anthem AZ
Installing Equipment in Vehicle
SMARTDrive Demonstration April 26 10:00 AM Emergency Vehicle Priority Demonstration: Fire, police and MCDOT REACT vehicles will demonstrate advanced emergency vehicle priority applications at an intersection on the Daisy Mountain Drive test bed using V2V and V2I (vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure) communications between On-board Equipment (OBE) and Roadside Equipment (RSE). Transit Vehicle Priority Demonstration: The transit bus priority application will be demonstrated through V2I communication between an OBE unit on a transit bus and multiple RSE units located at signalized intersections along the test bed corridor. Pedestrian Crosswalk Demonstration: A pedestrian crosswalk application, developed by Savari, Inc. through the USDOT funded Small Business Innovative Research program, will be demonstrated at a test bed intersection. Traveler Information Demonstration: A real-time traveler information application will demonstrate the transmission of incident alert messages between the test bed, the MCDOT Traffic Management Center and the traveling public.
Safety Edge Technology MCDOT Awarded safety shoe device Loaned to contractors Used to form edge of pavement at 30 o Allows vehicles to return to pavement safely from unpaved shoulder MCDOT application to be used as an FHWA best practice Will give MCDOT national recognition Safety Edge application on McDowell Rd east of Perryville Rd
MCDOT – Scoreboard Measurement In 2007, enhancing productivity with an emphasis on customer service in MCDOT became my priority.
Was there a system that would motivate Transportation Staff to work more efficiently and with enthusiasm in a downturn economy? 27 Scoreboard presentation for Board of Supervisors
(#) A Scoreboard system was selected and initiated by providing training to MCDOT staff
The First edition of Scoreboards in 2008 was somewhat effective. 29 Scoreboard presentation for Board of Supervisors Most of the scoreboards used Widget counting. Goals were unclear and staff was cynical.
System was performing below expectation until frequency of feedback and execution was accelerated in Scoreboard presentation for Board of Supervisors Low Frequency High Frequency Quarterly meetings Weekly Meetings This led to greatly increased communication, understanding and use of scoreboards.
With more frequent attention, Deployment of Scoreboards increased MCDOT Leadership turned its focus to the following five objectives Determine Results Review Results Communicate Results Set Targets & Improve Reward & Recognize (AND Important to the AQA)
Staff saw the benefits and were moving to approval and buy-in for the system 32 Scoreboard presentation for Board of Supervisors FY2010 & FY2011 BRANCH MANAGER OVERALL SATISFACTION Higher is Better
The scoreboards showed marked increases in several performance areas in Scoreboard presentation for Board of Supervisors TIP CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS COMPLETED Higher is Better
Data from AQA indicated that benchmarking could significantly improve performance and give an indication of comparative success. 34 Scoreboard presentation for Board of Supervisors AQA Feedback Need to show how improvements are tied in to actual Scoreboard Think outside of our comfort zone & areas of expertise when considering performance comparisons Need a direct link between Scoreboard measurement process and resulting process improvements
Results were not only encouraging; they indicated that MCDOT was now surpassing other similar agencies in the Southwest 35Presentation for Board of Supervisors PAVEMENT CONDITIONS BENCHMARKING
The AQA awarded MCDOT a Showcase in Excellence award in early 2012 for these efforts. Happy to receive recognition Increased dedication to continuous improvement Better use of benchmarking Increased communications, internal and external (Citizen Scoreboard) 36 Scoreboard presentation for Board of Supervisors
FY 2013 Five Year Spending Plan
FY 2013 – 2017 TIP Budget ($M)
FY 2013 Programming Approach Complete mission critical regionally significant projects – FY Year Program Core Projects – Gilbert Road Bridge – Northern Parkway – Phase I - Sarival to Dysart – Deer Valley – Williams Drive to Lake Pleasant – El Mirage –Picerne to Bell
FY 2013 Programming Approach (cont) Improve Buckeye Yard After being scoped, fit smaller projects in where cash flow permits to replenish the program for design and construction Add new scoping projects Fund Pavement Management Program Fund PM 10 Program Fund SCTAP
FY 2013 Programming Approach (cont) Fund new mission critical regionally significant projects – Northern Parkway – Phase II – El Mirage – Northern to Peoria – Olive Ave Corridor – Riggs Rd – Ellsworth to Meridian – 75 th Ave at Salt River
FY 2013 Design 13 Projects
$53.2M in Construction 12 Projects for FY 13 * Not included in projects count