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    Justin Augustine, New Orleans Regional Planning Commission Justin Augustine, New Orleans Regional Planning Commission Presentation Transcript

    • Connect Policy Forum Thursday, July 21, 2011
      • Partnership
      • Private Sector
      • Rail Expansion
      • Transit Oriented Development
    • Partnership
      • Delegated Management: First Delegated Management contract Veolia has in the United States. We are responsible for operating and managing all aspects of the transit agency. “We are the Public Authority”.
      •  
        • Operation
        • Maintenance
        • Administration
        • Finance
        • Grants Management
        • Capital Projects
        • IT & Technology
        • Scheduling and Planning
        • Customer Service
        • Marketing and Communications
    • Private Sector
      • Neighborhood Improvements: Managing our operations with excellence and striving to bring innovative solutions to problems and increase passenger satisfaction. We are passionate about creating a better life for city-dwellers through well designed, innovative transportation systems and work to build the long-term trust of our diverse clients and implement our efforts by building authentic partnerships with our:
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        • Labor Unions
        • Service Providers
        • Vendors
        • Employees
        • Community Leaders
        • Volunteers
    • Rail Expansion
    • Rail Expansion
      • Phase I – Canal Street to Union Passenger Terminal (UPT)
        • 1.2 Miles
        • $45M - Tiger Grant Funding ($4.3M Local Funding)
        • Construction will begin August 2011
        • Revenue Date June 2012
      • Phase II – French Quarter Loop
        • Canal Street to Press Street (With an amendment to Poland Avenue)
        • 1.18 Miles
        • $75M – Revenue Tax Bond
        • Current Final Design
        • Construction Scheduled for the Fall of 2012
      • Phase III – Convention Center Loop
        • 1.2 Miles
        • Future Funding will be applied for under the Federal Transit Administration “Small Starts Program” later this year
    • Transit Oriented Development
      • Proposed Mixed-Use: What type of Mixed-Use Developments are being proposed along the Loyola Corridor:
        • Rouse’s Supermarket Development – Local gourmet grocer converting site into a 40,000sf upscale, full service market. Expected completion early 2011.
        • “ Champion’s Square” Sports/Entertainment District – Redevelopment of former New Orleans Center Mall into a 90,000sf outdoor sports/entertainment retail district by Saints ownership. Currently in planning stages.
        • Benson Tower Redevelopment – 485,000sf Class-A Office tower undergoing $83 million renovation by Saints ownership, to be completed in late 2010. 2/3 of space pre-leased to State of LA.
    • Transit Oriented Development
      • Proposed Mixed-Use: What type of Mixed-Use Developments are being proposed along the Loyola Corridor:
        • Hyatt Hotel Redevelopment - $270 million redevelopment of 1,193 room hotel will expand meeting space to 200,000sf and bring entrance to Loyola. Expected completion Fall 2011.
        • 930 Poydras - $65 million, 250-Unit Luxury Rental Development – Completed 2010
        • Proposed Civil Court Complex – March 2010 action by State Legislature preserves site for future use as Civil Court Complex.
    • Transit Oriented Development
    • Transit Oriented Development