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City of Philadelphia Capital Program

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  2. 2. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Michael A. Nutter, Mayor Andrew Altman, Deputy Mayor, Planning and Economic Development PHILADELPHIA CITY PLANNING COMMISSION STRATEGIC PLANNING AND POLICY DIVISION Andrew Altman, Chairman Alan S. Urek, AICP, Director Camille Cates Barnett Nicole L. Cross Rob Dubow John Haak, AICP Patrick J. Eiding Octavia Hall Bernard Lee, Esq. Jametta Johnson Natalia Olson de Savyckyj, MCP Devorha Moultrie Joe Syrnick, Vice Chairman Anthony M. Santaniello Nilda Iris Ruiz, MBA Deborah Schaaf Nancy Rogo Trainer, AIA, AICP Alan Greenberger, FAIA, Executive Director Gary J. Jastrzab, Deputy Executive Director One Parkway Building th 1515 Arch Street, 13 Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102 Special thanks to Richard Tustin, former Director of the City of 215.683.4615 Philadelphia’s Capital Program Office, who retired this year www.philaplanning.org after more than 37 years of public service.
  3. 3. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM |i CHANGES TO THE FY2010 – 2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM (DECEMBER 23, 2009) Amendments to the FY2010-2015 Capital Program were signed Reassigned $37.0 million of Federal funds to City Self- into law on December 23, 2009, resulting in the addition of sustaining New Loans for project 74 Storm Flood project funds and changes to funding sources. Together, the Relief/Combined Sewer Overflow. changes amount to an increase of $10.4 million to the FY2010- Added $2.0 million in new State funds (PennWorks grant) 2015 Capital Program. All changes are to the FY2010 Budget and reassigned $47.964 million of Federal funds to City year and for only the Departments of Public Property and Water, Self-sustaining New Loans for project 75 Improvements as follows: to Conveyance System. Reassigned $42.887 million of Federal funds to City Self- Public Property sustaining New Loans for project 78 Improvements to Added $8.4 million in new State funds for project 51 Treatment Facilities. Communications Systems Improvements. Water Department Please see the Revised Table 1: Sources of Funds on reverse, Reassigned $42.764 million of Federal funds to City Self- indicating the changed amounts for the Budget year and six-year sustaining New Loans for project 73 Improvements to Program total. Collector System.
  4. 4. ii | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM Please Note: Amended totals appear in bold italics. REVISED TABLE 1: SOURCES OF FUNDS 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 City Funds-Tax Supported CT Carried Forward Loans 229,502 229,502 CR Operating Revenue 38,339 17,439 20,439 17,439 17,439 17,439 128,534 CN New Loans 63,000 68,020 78,023 88,013 97,944 99,946 494,946 CA Prefinanced Loans 6,042 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 11,042 A PICA Prefinanced Loans 43,017 43,017 City Funds-Self Sustaining XT Self Sustaining Carry Forward Loans 653,509 653,509 XR Self Sustaining Operating Revenue 146,926 41,961 40,352 40,743 40,134 40,525 350,641 XN Self Sustaining New Loans 667,144 532,113 525,404 582,679 883,025 810,394 4,000,759 Other City Funds Z Revolving Funds 26,000 26,000 Other Than City Funds TT Carried Forward Other Govt 62,663 62,663 TO Other Governments Off Budget 9,883 11,989 5,435 5,514 5,793 6,081 44,695 TB Other Governments/Agencies ST Carried Forward State 81,251 81,251 SO State Off Budget 20,772 35,902 36,933 35,058 36,799 34,732 200,196 SB State 25,799 6,205 5,837 6,897 5,968 6,321 57,027 PT Carried Forward Private 76,640 76,640 PO Private Off Budget 100 100 PB Private 5,030 26,020 26,020 25,020 25,020 25,020 132,130 FT Carried Forward Federal 347,783 347,783 FO Federal Off Budget 96,553 95,859 79,906 81,815 97,600 117,840 569,573 FB Federal 79,984 84,762 70,048 68,008 77,023 74,458 454,283 TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 2,679,837 921,370 889,397 952,186 1,287,745 1,233,756 7,964,291
  5. 5. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM |1 Table of Contents HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FY2010 – 2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2 Sources of Funds 3 Uses of Funds 5 Table 1: Sources of Funds 6 Table 2: Budget-Year Funding by Department 7 How to Read the Funding Schedules FUNDING SCHEDULES 9 Art Museum 89 Human Services 12 Aviation 90 Managing Director’s Office 31 Commerce 93 Office of Supportive Housing 45 Division of Technology 96 Police 47 Fairmount Park 101 Prisons 60 Finance 106 Public Property 66 Fire 115 Recreation 73 Fleet Management 130 Streets 77 Free Library 161 Transit 81 Health 169 Water 88 Housing 178 Zoological Gardens
  6. 6. 2 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM Highlights of the FY2010 – 2015 Capital Program The Capital Program is the City of Philadelphia’s six-year plan Sources of Funds, FY2010 Budget Year for investing in its physical infrastructure, community facilities, and public buildings. While much of the Capital Program focuses on improvements to the City’s neighborhoods and the quality of life of its citizens, the plan supports numerous other municipal government priorities. More specifically, the Capital Program includes projects that promote economic recovery and jobs, enhance public safety, invest in youth and protect the most vulnerable, and reform city government to work better and cost less. The FY2010-2015 Capital Program allocates nearly $8.0 billion over this six-year period to advance these initiatives and address critically needed public improvements. Sources of Funds The total cost for the 78 projects included for FY2010 – the budget year of the Capital Program – is nearly $2.7 billion.
  7. 7. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 3 These 78 projects include several hundred ―subprojects‖ that In keeping with the City’s priorities, the FY2010-2015 Capital are either new or ―carried forward‖ from previous years’ Program includes projects that promote the City’s goals for budgets. economic recovery and jobs, enhancing public safety, investing in youth and protecting the most vulnerable, and Of this total budget amount, $63.0 million is provided by new reforming government. A sampling of capital projects that general-obligation bonds issued by the City of Philadelphia support these goals is presented below. (see chart above and Table 1 on page 5). These bonds are tax-supported (i.e., repaid from the City’s general tax Projects that promote economic recovery and jobs revenues). An additional $229.5 million will come from carried- strengthen fiscal integrity and stability now, and help to avoid forward City tax-supported loan funds. unnecessary costs in the future:  The Commerce Department will use $7.5 million in federal, Other City sources total $113.4 million. City ―self-sustaining‖ state and new City funds for Navy Yard infrastructure, in loans account for nearly $1.3 billion of total budget-year funds. support of public and private development.  The Commerce Department’s commercial development Funding from other levels of government, including Federal, projects total $3.0 million in FY2010 for upgrades to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and regional sources, totals neighborhood commercial centers for curbs, sidewalks, $695.0 million in the budget year. Finally, $81.7 million of lighting, landscaping and other complements to public and FY2010 funding will be provided by private sources. private reinvestment.  The capital budget includes $665,000 in new City funds for As in years past, the availability of new, tax-supported general- citywide environmental remediation through the obligation funding for capital projects is constrained in the Department of Public Property, including asbestos FY2010-2015 Capital Program. This is due to the City’s debt abatement and environmental consultant services limit established by the Pennsylvania Constitution, as well as regarding storage tank testing and replacements. by the City’s financial capacity. Nevertheless, the City  In FY2010, $505.3 million from federal, state, private and administration is committed to investing in the City’s city self-sustaining funds will enable Philadelphia infrastructure to the greatest extent possible. International Airport terminal expansion and modernization, airfield renovations and additions, and enhancements to Overall, the FY2010-2015 Capital Program proposes the most baggage inspection to provide faster and better service for proactive and efficient spending plan possible by making the the growing demand of air traffic in and out of Philadelphia. most effective use of available resources. The FY2010-2015 Capital Program continues our efforts to make Philadelphia a Projects that enhance public safety increase safety from great place to live, work, learn, and play. crime, emergencies, and accidents at home, school, in the neighborhood, and at work and play:  $890,000 in new City funds will be used for critical window Uses of Funds and door and roof replacements, mechanical, and electrical and plumbing renovations at 14 Police stations.
  8. 8. 4 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM  Prisons will use $3.6 million in new City funds for much- Projects that reform government create a high performing needed prison facility renovations including ventilation and government that works better and costs less: mold remediation at the Curran Fromhold detention facility;  A total of $4.0 million, including $3.6 million in new City and an automatic lock security system, critical multi-phase funds, and $400,000 in other prefinanced loans, will fund mechanical, electrical and plumbing restoration, and fire the Division of Technology’s network infrastructure alarm system at the House of Corrections. stabilization and enhancements for the City’s computing  A total of $8.9 million in new City funds will fund street foundation, improving business operations across reconstruction and resurfacing across the City’s agencies. neighborhoods through the Streets Department.  A total of $7.6 million in new City funds and PICA prefinanced funds enable Quadplex facilities improvements Projects that invest in youth & protect the most vulnerable (City Hall, Municipal Services Building, One Parkway assure that all children are ready to learn by the time of school Building, and Criminal Justice Center) through the entry, provide housing opportunities, ensure that life Department of Public Property, for improved business expectancy and the health and safety of children and adults operations. are improved, and provide supportive services for all  SEPTA New Payment Technologies will be funded with homeless: $23.7 million, including $566,000 in new City funds. This  $630,000 of new City funds will fund health-facility new fare system will replace the entire array of current renovations at various health centers around the city to collection equipment, providing better service to SEPTA’s improve service, safety, and longevity of buildings. riders throughout the region.  Free Library improvements for FY2010 totaling $965,000 in  $500,000 of new City funding will enable energy efficiency new City funds will upgrade and enhance libraries serving improvements through the Office of Sustainability (funded the public across the City. Included are much-needed by the Managing Director’s Office). This funding coupled HVAC and boiler system replacements at several with carried-forward loans from previous years, will enable branches. energy efficiency improvements at locations across the  Fairmount Park site improvement projects total nearly City, Energy Star building upgrades, and Green Lights $16.0 million from multiple sources in FY2010 for new lighting upgrades. amenities on the Parkway; drainage improvements on parkland to stabilize embankments, natural terrain and pathways; tree planting; and play-area improvements Maps across the city.  SEPTA bridge, track, signal and infrastructure New for the FY2010-FY2015 Capital Program is a series of improvements secure access to work and other maps. Fiscal Year 2010 maps appear for each department destinations for the region’s population, including the City following the department’s funding schedule. As indicated in of Philadelphia. In FY2010, over $3.0 million in new City the map legends, only projects with identified geographic funds and over $88.0 million in other monies will be used locations are shown. Projects without an identified location for the Market Elevated reconstruction. are listed but not shown on the map.
  9. 9. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 5 TABLE 1: SOURCES OF FUNDS 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 City Funds-Tax Supported CT Carried Forw ard Loans 229,502 229,502 CR Operating Revenue 38,339 17,439 20,439 17,439 17,439 17,439 128,534 CN New Loans 63,000 68,020 78,023 88,013 97,944 99,946 494,946 CA Prefinanced Loans 6,042 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 11,042 A PICA Prefinanced Loans 43,017 43,017 City Funds-Self Sustaining XT Self Sustaining Carry Forw ard Loans 653,509 653,509 XR Self Sustaining Operating Revenue 146,926 41,961 40,352 40,743 40,134 40,525 350,641 XN Self Sustaining New Loans 496,729 532,113 525,404 582,679 883,025 810,394 3,830,344 Other City Funds Z Revolving Funds 26,000 26,000 Other Than City Funds TT Carried Forw ard Other Govt 62,663 62,663 TO Other Governments Off Budget 9,883 11,989 5,435 5,514 5,793 6,081 44,695 TB Other Governments/Agencies ST Carried Forw ard State 81,251 81,251 SO State Off Budget 20,772 35,902 36,933 35,058 36,799 34,732 200,196 SB State 15,399 6,205 5,837 6,897 5,968 6,321 46,627 PT Carried Forw ard Private 76,640 76,640 PO Private Off Budget 100 100 PB Private 5,030 26,020 26,020 25,020 25,020 25,020 132,130 FT Carried Forw ard Federal 347,783 347,783 FO Federal Off Budget 96,553 95,859 79,906 81,815 97,600 117,840 569,573 FB Federal 250,399 84,762 70,048 68,008 77,023 74,458 624,698 TOTAL - ALL FUNDS 2,669,437 921,370 889,397 952,186 1,287,745 1,233,756 7,953,891
  10. 10. 6 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM TABLE 2: BUDGET YEAR FUNDING BY DEPARTMENT New City Tax-Supported Funds All Funding Sources ($ 000) ($ 000) Art Museum 600 3,290 Aviation 0 1,170,622 Commerce 2,205 174,751 Division of Technology 3,600 6,317 Fairmount Park 6,975 52,996 Finance 5,238 32,748 Fire 2,500 21,544 Fleet Management 850 5,450 Free Library 965 14,687 Health 630 18,087 Housing 0 38 Human Services 0 4,221 Managing Director's Office 1,000 3,682 Office of Supportive Housing 500 3,153 Police 890 24,149 Prisons 3,550 32,581 Public Property 9,292 65,629 Recreation 9,300 77,585 Streets 10,515 206,666 Transit 3,990 138,647 Water Department 0 610,977 Zoological Gardens 400 1,617 TOTAL 63,000 2,669,437
  11. 11. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 7 HOW TO READ THE FUNDING SCHEDULES Funding Source Codes—City Sources Funding Source Codes – Non-City Sources City sources identified with the prefix ―C‖ represent tax-supported funding. For the non-City funding sources listed below, the suffix ―B‖—Budget— The prefix ―X‖ represents self-sustaining City amounts – projects that represents funds that are appropriated in the Capital Budget and for which generate sufficient revenue from user charges to cover their debt service. the City will be responsible for accounting and spending. The suffix ―O‖— Off-Budget—is used for amounts that are not appropriated in the Capital CN, XN – New loans are financed either through tax-supported general Budget, but rather are the responsibility of other agencies, such as SEPTA, obligation bonds (CN) or through revenue bonds (XN). to budget and spend. These funds are shown in the Capital Program in order to provide complete information on the scope and cost of CA, XA – Prefinanced Loans are funds for the same or equivalent project City-supported projects. The suffix ―T‖ represents funds for the same or carried forward from FY 2009 to FY2010. equivalent project carried forward from FY2009 to FY2010. CT, XT – Carried-Forward Loans are funds for the same or equivalent FB, FO, FT – Federal sources. project carried forward from FY2009 to FY2010. PB, PO, PT – Private sources. CR, XR – Operating Revenue appropriated to the Capital Budget from the Operating Budget. SB, SO, ST – State sources. A – Previously Authorized PICA Funds are provided through loans obtained on TB, TO, TT – Other Governments and Agencies include SEPTA, adjacent behalf of the City by the Pennsylvania Intergovernmental Cooperation counties and townships, and proceeds from the bonds of quasi-public Authority (PICA). authorities Z – Revolving Funds are replenished through proceeds from the sale of property acquired in the past through the use of Capital funds.
  12. 12. 8 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM
  13. 13. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 9 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 ART MUSEUM ART MUSEUM COMPLEX - CAPITAL 1 Philadelphia Museum of Art - Building Rehabilitation 1 Interior and Exterior Improvements Restore exterior elements and replace portions of interior 600 CN 600CN 1,500 CN 1,800 CN 2,000 CN 2,000 CN 8,500 CN infrastructure. 600 600 1,500 1,800 2,000 2,000 8,500 1A. Philadelphia Museum of Art - Building Rehabilitation-FY09 See description under line item 1. 600 CT 600 CT 600 600 1B. Philadelphia Museum of Art - Building Rehabilitation-FY08 See description under line item 1. 500 CT 500 CT 500 500 1C. Philadelphia Museum of Art - Building Rehabilitation-FY07 See description under line item 1. 585 CT 585 CT 585 585
  14. 14. 10 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 1D. Philadelphia Museum of Art - Building Rehabilitation-FY06 See description under line item 1. 465 CT 465 CT 465 465 1E. Philadelphia Museum of Art - Building Rehabilitation-FY05 See description under line item 1. 440 CT 440 CT 440 440 1F. Phila Museum of Art - Building Rehab-FY03 See description under line item 1. 100 CT 100 CT 100 100 Totals - ART MUSEUM COMPLEX - CAPITAL 600 CN 600 CN 1,500 CN 1,800 CN 2,000 CN 2,000 CN 8,500 CN 2,690 CT 2,690 CT 3,290 600 1,500 1,800 2,000 2,000 11,190 TOTALS - ART MUSEUM 600 CN 600 CN 1,500 CN 1,800 CN 2,000 CN 2,000 CN 8,500 CN 2,690 CT 2,690 CT 3,290 600 1,500 1,800 2,000 2,000 11,190
  15. 15. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 11
  16. 16. 12 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 AVIATION NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT 2 Airfield Lighting Improvements 1 NC.0296 Airfield Lighting Improvements Replace and upgrade wiring, controls, and lighting fixtures to meet 476 FB 476FB 952 FB current standards. 12 SB 12SB 24 SB 12 XN 12XN 24 XN 500 500 1,000 2A. Airfield Lighting Improvements-FY09 See description under line item 2. 950 FT 950 FT 25 ST 25 ST 25 XT 25 XT 1,000 1,000 3 Perimeter Sidewalk & Landscaping 1 NC.0318 Perimeter Sidewalk & Landscaping Landscape, grade, and pave various locations along the perimeter of 250 XN 250 XN the Airport. 250 250
  17. 17. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 13 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 3A. Perimeter Sidewalk & Landscaping-FY09 See description under line item 3. 250 XT 250 XT 250 250 4 Taxiway Expansion & Rehabilitation Program 1 NC.0308 Taxiway Expansion & Rehabilitation Program Provide new and expanded taxiways at various locations on the 1,900 FB 1,900FB 1,900 FB 5,700 FB airfield to optimize aircraft movement; repair existing taxiways as 50 SB 50SB 50 SB 150 SB necessary. 50 XN 50XN 50 XN 150 XN 2,000 2,000 2,000 6,000 4A. Taxiway Expansion Program-FY06 See description under line item 4. 515 FT 515 FT 100 ST 100 ST 100 XT 100 XT 715 715 4B. Taxiway Expansion Program-FY05 See description under line item 4. 900 FT 900 FT 100 ST 100 ST 100 XT 100 XT 1,100 1,100
  18. 18. 14 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 4C. Taxiway Expansion Program-FY04 See description under line item 4. 25 ST 25 ST 100 XT 100 XT 125 125 4D. Taxiway Expansion Program-FY03 See description under line item 4. 693 FT 693 FT 50 ST 50 ST 100 XT 100 XT 843 843 5 Improvements to Existing Facilities 1 MC.0012 Improvements to Existing Facilities Rehabilitate and improve building exteriors, structures, roofing, 400 XN 400XN 400 XN 400 XN 400 XN 400 XN 2,400 XN electrical and mechanical systems, and the airfield. 400 400 400 400 400 400 2,400 5A. Improvements to Existing Facilities-FY06 See description under line item 5. 400 XT 400 XT 400 400
  19. 19. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 15 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 Totals - NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA AIRPORT 2,376 FB 2,376 FB 1,900 FB 6,652 FB 3,058 FT 3,058 FT 62 SB 62 SB 50 SB 174 SB 300 ST 300 ST 712 XN 462 XN 450 XN 400 XN 400 XN 400 XN 2,824 XN 1,075 XT 1,075 XT 7,583 2,900 2,400 400 400 400 14,083 PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 6 Terminal Expansion & Modernization Program 1 PC.1314 International Terminal Concourse Addition Develop a four-gate concourse adjacent to Terminal A-west to handle 90,000 XN 90,000 XN continued growth in international traffic. 2 PC.1405 Terminal B-C In Line EDS Create an In-line Electronic Detection System (EDS) for inspection of 105,000 XN 105,000 XN outbound baggage by modifying building configurations and installing 25,000 FB 25,000 FB new baggage handling equipment. 20,000 XR 20,000 XR 3 PC.1410 Terminal G - New Concourse Expand Terminal F ticketing building, concourse and aircraft parking 10,000 XN 80,000 XN 180,000 XN 20,000 XN 290,000 XN apron with a new 11-gate concourse located east of Terminal F.
  20. 20. 16 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 4 PC.1411 Replacement of Passenger Loading Bridges Replace many of the 128 Passenger Loading Bridges that connect 9,000 XN 6,000XN 6,000 XN 6,000 XN 27,000 XN the Terminal Hold Rooms to aircraft at each gate. These bridges will be replaced in groups of 5 to 10 over several years. 5 PC.1529 Terminal A West Baggage Recheck Enhancements Construct screening area, conveyor baggage bridge, and install 4,500 XN 4,500 XN equipment in A East to facilitate the inspection of rechecked baggage from international flights arriving at A West. 253,500 6,000 16,000 80,000 186,000 20,000 561,500 6A. Terminal Expansion & Modernization Program-FY09 See description under line item 6. 65,000 FT 65,000 FT 151,000 XT 151,000 XT 216,000 216,000 6B. Terminal Expansion & Modernization Program-FY08 See description under line item 6. 38,552 PT 38,552 PT 18,500 XT 18,500 XT 57,052 57,052 6C. Terminal Expansion & Modernization Program-FY07 See description under line item 6. 10,000 PT 10,000 PT 15,482 XT 15,482 XT 25,482 25,482
  21. 21. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 17 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 6D. Terminal Expansion & Modernization Program-FY06 See description under line item 6. 16,928 FT 16,928 FT 16,928 16,928 6E. Airport Security Program-FY03 See description under line item 6. 8,000 FT 8,000 FT 8,000 8,000 7 Airfield Renovations & Additions 1 PC.0020 Airfield Renovations & Additions Pave runways and taxiways, replace cables and electrical equipment, 10,000 XN 15,000XN 15,000 XN 15,000 XN 15,000 XN 15,000 XN 85,000 XN provide new lighting and aircraft directional signage, and improve 5,000 XR 5,000 XR drainage. 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 90,000 7A. Airfield Renovations & Additions-FY09 See description under line item 7. 22,000 XT 22,000 XT 22,000 22,000 7B. Airfield Renovations & Additions-FY08 See description under line item 7. 1,325 XT 1,325 XT 1,325 1,325
  22. 22. 18 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 7C. Airfield Renovations and Additions-FY02 See description under line item 7. 2,134 FT 2,134 FT 2,134 2,134 7D. Terminal D-E Apron Reconstruction-FY09 Remove and replace all concrete paving of the aircraft-parking apron 9,000 FT 9,000 FT between Terminals D and E. 3,000 PT 3,000 PT 12,000 12,000 7E. Terminal D-E Apron Reconstruction-FY08 See description under line item 7D. 5,000 PT 5,000 PT 5,000 5,000 7F. Terminal D-E Apron Reconstruction-FY07 See description under line item 7D. 4,700 FT 4,700 FT 5,300 PT 5,300 PT 10,000 10,000 7G. Reconstruction of Terminal D-E Apron-FY04 See description under line item 7D. 5,050 FT 5,050 FT 7 PT 7 PT 3,500 XT 3,500 XT 8,557 8,557
  23. 23. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 19 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 7H. Reconstruction of Terminal D-E Apron-FY03 See description under line item 7D. 1,275 FT 1,275 FT 1,093 ST 1,093 ST 615 XT 615 XT 2,983 2,983 7I. Runway 9R/27L Rehabilitation-FY09 Resurface and make lighting modifications to Runway 9R/27L, parallel 7,500 FT 7,500 FT Taxiway S, and other connecting taxiways. 2,500 XT 2,500 XT 10,000 10,000 7J. Runway 9R/27L Rehabilitation-FY08 See description under line item 7I. 2,500 XT 2,500 XT 7,500 FT 7,500 FT 10,000 10,000 7K. Runway 9R/27L Resurfacing-FY06 See description under line item 7I. 1,300 XT 1,300 XT 4,500 FT 4,500 FT 5,800 5,800 7L. Runway 9R/27L Resurfacing-FY05 See description under line item 7I. 11,500 FT 11,500 FT 3,900 XT 3,900 XT 15,400 15,400
  24. 24. 20 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 7M. Runway 9R/27L Resurfacing-FY04 See description under line item 7I. 250 XT 250 XT 250 250 7N. Runway 9R Safety Area-FY08 Grade an area approximately 500-feet wide by 1000-feet long at the 2,000 XT 2,000 XT western end of Runway 9R/27L to act as a safety area for aircraft that are unable to stop on the runway. 2,000 2,000 7O. Runway 9R Safety Area-FY07 See description under line item 7N. 1,800 FT 1,800 FT 700 XT 700 XT 2,500 2,500 7P. Extended Safety Area - Runway 9R-FY03 See description under line item 7N. 750 FT 750 FT 249 XT 249 XT 999 999 7Q. Extended Safety Area - Runway 9R-FY02 See description under line item 7N. 800 XT 800 XT 800 800
  25. 25. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 21 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 7R. Extended Safety Area - Runway 9R-FY95 See description under line item 7N. 1,395 FT 1,395 FT 1,395 1,395 8 Improvements to Existing Facilities 1 Electrical System Improvements Design and install new wiring, controls, and equipment. 16,000 XN 5,000XN 5,000 XN 5,000 XN 5,000 XN 5,000 XN 41,000 XN 10,000 XR 10,000 XR 2 Mechanical System Improvements Improve heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, and other 5,000 XN 7,500XN 4,000 XN 3,000 XN 3,000 XN 3,000 XN 25,500 XN mechanical systems. 3,000 FB 3,000FB 3,000 FB 9,000 FB 3 Structural, Building and Site Improvements Improve roofing, structural, and paving elements. 2,000 XN 2,000XN 3,000 XN 2,000 XN 2,000 XN 2,000 XN 13,000 XN 36,000 17,500 15,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 98,500 8A. Improvements to Existing Facilities-FY09 See description under line item 8. 3,000 FT 3,000 FT 17,000 XT 17,000 XT 20,000 20,000
  26. 26. 22 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 8B. Improvements to Existing Facilities-FY08 See description under line item 8. 9,729 XT 9,729 XT 9,729 9,729 9 Noise Compatibility Program 1 PC.1402 Residential Sound Insulation Program Install insulation, new windows and other measures to reduce noise 6,000 FB 6,000FB 3,000 FB 15,000 FB inside approximately 600 nearby residences in Tinicum Township. 4,000 XR 2,000XR 1,000 XR 7,000 XR 10,000 8,000 4,000 22,000 9A. Noise Compatibility Program-FY09 See description under line item 9. 5,000 FT 5,000 FT 3,000 XT 3,000 XT 8,000 8,000 9B. Noise Compatibility Program-FY08 See description under line item 9. 2,560 FT 2,560 FT 1,200 XR 1,200 XR 3,760 3,760
  27. 27. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 23 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 10 Airport Expansion Program 1 PC.0001 Airport Expansion Program Acquire land needed for future development of aviation facilities, 15,500 XN 93,000XN 64,500 XN 7,000 XN 10,000 XN 10,000 XN 200,000 XN building demolition and site preparation. 15,500 93,000 64,500 7,000 10,000 10,000 200,000 10A. Airport Expansion Program-FY09 See description under line item 10. 10,000 XT 10,000 XT 10,000 10,000 10B. Airport Expansion Program-FY06 See description under line item 10. 15,000 XT 15,000 XT 15,000 15,000 10C. Airport Expansion Program-FY04 See description under line item 10. 2,465 PT 2,465 PT 2,465 2,465 10D. Airport Land Acquisition Program-FY01 See description under line item 10. 12,600 XR 12,600 XR 12,600 12,600
  28. 28. 24 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 10E. Airport Expansion Program-FY00 See description under line item 10. 97,056 XT 97,056 XT 97,056 97,056 11 Airfield Capacity Enhancement Program 1 PC.1400 Airfield Capacity Enhancement Program Redesign and reconstruct PHL runways, taxiways, and ramps to 60,000 XN 113,000XN 120,000 XN 330,000 XN 520,000 XN 613,000 XN 1,756,000 XN accommodate projected increases in takeoffs and landings. 11,000 FB 40,000FB 40,000 FB 40,000 FB 40,000 FB 40,000 FB 211,000 FB 25,000PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 125,000 PB 10,000 XR 10,000 XR 81,000 178,000 185,000 395,000 585,000 678,000 2,102,000 11A. Airfield Capacity Enhancement Program-FY09 See description under line item 11. 7,000 XT 7,000 XT 7,000 7,000 11B. Airfield Capacity Enhancement Program-FY08 See description under line item 11. 1,994 XT 1,994 XT 1,994 1,994 11C. Airfield Capacity Enhancement Program-FY06 See description under line item 11. 22,500 FT 22,500 FT 3,413 XR 3,413 XR 25,913 25,913
  29. 29. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 25 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 11D. Taxiway J and Cargo City Ramp Reconstr-FY04 See description under line item 11. 1,250 FT 1,250 FT 1,250 1,250 11E. Taxiway J/Cargo City Ramp Reconstr-FY03 See description under line item 11. 779 FT 779 FT 779 779 12 Airport Roadway System Modifications 1 PC.1043 Airport Roadway System Modifications Modify the eastern end of the Departures Roadway and portion of the 4,000 XN 4,000XN 8,000 XN former State Route 291 to create more usable space within the Airport. 4,000 4,000 8,000 12A. Airport Roadway System Modifications-FY09 See description under line item 12. 2,000 XT 2,000 XT 2,000 2,000 12B. Airport Roadway System Modifications-FY08 See description under line item 12. 2,000 XT 2,000 XT 2,000 2,000
  30. 30. 26 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 13 Ground Transportation Center 1 PC.1175 Ground Transportation Center Develop a new four-level 3,000,000 square-foot building to serve 50,000 XN 100,000XN 150,000 XN 300,000 XN most of the ground transportation activities at the airport, along with public parking. 50,000 100,000 150,000 300,000 14 DOA Maintenance Facilities 1 PC.1006 DOA Maintenance Facilities Replace outmoded facilities including the automobile maintenance 4,000 XN 29,500XN 11,500 XN 45,000 XN shop, the Grounds Maintenance Building, fueling station, and the salt, 4,000 XR 4,000 XR sand and glycol storage facilities. 8,000 29,500 11,500 49,000 14A. DOA Maintenance Center-FY06 See description under line item 14. 4,200 XT 4,200 XT 4,200 4,200 14B. Snow Removal Equipment Acquisition-FY08 See description under line item 14. 10,000 XT 10,000 XT 10,000 10,000
  31. 31. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 27 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 15 Runway 9L/27R Rehabilitation 1 PC.1397 Runway 9L/27R Rehabilitation Repave asphalt overlay and make substantial lighting modifications to 1,250 XN 27,000XN 28,250 XN Runway 9L/27R and adjacent taxiways. 3,750 FB 8,000FB 11,750 FB 5,000 35,000 40,000 15A. Runway 17-35 Extension-FY06 See description under line item 15. 638 ST 638 ST 638 638 15B. Runway 17-35 Extension-FY05 See description under line item 15. 2,468 FT 2,468 FT 82 XR 82 XR 2,550 2,550 15C. Runway 17-35 Extension-FY04 See description under line item 15. 1,500 FT 1,500 FT 1,500 1,500
  32. 32. 28 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 16 Airport Security System Improvements 1 PC.1415 Airport Security System Improvements Extend security systems to new locations and upgrade some of the 7,500 FB 3,750FB 3,750 FB 3,750 FB 3,750 FB 3,750 FB 26,250 FB existing systems and equipment. 2,500 XN 1,250XN 1,250 XN 1,250 XN 1,250 XN 1,250 XN 8,750 XN 10,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 35,000 Totals - PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 56,250 FB 60,750 FB 49,750 FB 43,750 FB 43,750 FB 43,750 FB 298,000 FB 186,089 FT 186,089 FT 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 125,000 PB 64,324 PT 64,324 PT 1,731 ST 1,731 ST 378,750 XN 403,250 XN 390,250 XN 443,250 XN 742,250 XN 669,250 XN 3,027,000 XN 70,295 XR 2,000 XR 1,000 XR 73,295 XR 405,600 XT 405,600 XT 1,163,039 491,000 466,000 512,000 811,000 738,000 4,181,039
  33. 33. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 29 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 TOTALS - AVIATION 58,626 FB 63,126 FB 51,650 FB 43,750 FB 43,750 FB 43,750 FB 304,652 FB 189,147 FT 189,147 FT 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 25,000 PB 125,000 PB 64,324 PT 64,324 PT 62 SB 62 SB 50 SB 174 SB 2,031 ST 2,031 ST 379,462 XN 403,712 XN 390,700 XN 443,650 XN 742,650 XN 669,650 XN 3,029,824 XN 70,295 XR 2,000 XR 1,000 XR 73,295 XR 406,675 XT 406,675 XT 1,170,622 493,900 468,400 512,400 811,400 738,400 4,195,122
  34. 34. 30 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM
  35. 35. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 31 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 COMMERCE COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT 17 Neighborhood Commercial Centers - Site Improvements 1 Neighborhood Commercial Centers - Site Improvements Upgrade curbs, sidewalks, lighting, landscaping and parking in 2,000 SB 1,000SB 1,000 SB 1,000 SB 1,000 SB 1,500 SB 7,500 SB commercial corridors to complement public and private reinvestment. 1,000 FB 1,000FB 1,000 FB 1,000 FB 1,000 FB 1,550 FB 6,550 FB 1,500 CN 1,500 CN 1,500 CN 1,500 CN 6,000 CN 3,000 2,000 3,500 3,500 3,500 4,550 20,050 17A. Neighborhood Commercial Centers - Site Improvements-FY09 See description under line item 17. 10,000 FT 10,000 FT 8,000 ST 8,000 ST 18,000 TT 18,000 TT 36,000 36,000 17B. Neighborhood Commercial Centers - Site Improvements-FY08 See description under line item 17. 9,753 FT 9,753 FT 8,000 ST 8,000 ST 16,000 TT 16,000 TT 33,753 33,753
  36. 36. 32 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 17C. Neighborhood Commercial Centers - Site Improvements-FY07 See description under line item 17. 2,000 ST 2,000 ST 2,000 2,000 17D. Neighborhood Commercial Centers - Site Improvements-FY06 See description under line item 17. 1,000 CT 1,000 CT 4,000 ST 4,000 ST 5,000 5,000 17E. Neighborhood Commercial Centers - Site Improvements-FY05 See description under line item 17. 1,000 CT 1,000 CT 750 ST 750 ST 1,750 1,750 17F. NCC - Site Improvements-FY04 See description under line item 17. 37 CT 37 CT 37 37 17G. NCC - Site Improvements-FY03 See description under line item 17. 91 FT 91 FT 91 91
  37. 37. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 33 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 17H. Avenue of The Arts-FY04 Support planning for further development of the Avenue of the Arts 40 CT 40 CT South Cultural and Entertainment District. 40 40 17I. Avenue of The Arts - N. Broad Street-FY03 Supplement already-appropriated funding for Avenue of the Arts North 110 FT 110 FT streetscape improvements. 130 ST 130 ST 240 240 17J. Avenue of The Arts - N & S Broad St-FY01 Make infrastructure improvements and site acquisitions along the 500 CT 500 CT Avenue of the Arts South; make planned streetscape improvements for Avenue of the Arts North. 500 500 17K. Avenue of The Arts - N & S Broad St-FY99 See description under line item 17J. 2,000 TT 2,000 TT 2,000 2,000 17L. Convention Center Area Renewal-FY00 Continue the improvements of the area around the Convention Center 1,701 CT 1,701 CT by clearance of blighted properties and installation of streetscape improvements. 1,701 1,701 17M. Convention Center Area - Renewal-FY99 See description under line item 17L. 298 CT 298 CT 298 298
  38. 38. 34 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 17N. Convention Center Area-Improvements-FY98 See description under line item 17. 478 CT 478 CT 478 478 17O. Cultural Corridors Capital & Infrastructure Projects-FY08 See description under line item 17. 2,570 FT 2,570 FT 5,107 ST 5,107 ST 10,000 TT 10,000 TT 17,677 17,677 17P. Enterprise and Empowerment Zone Imps-FY04 See description under line item 17. 150 CT 150 CT 150 150 17Q. Grading and Paving - New and Existing Streets-FY08 See description under line item 17. 100 CT 100 CT 100 100 17R. Grading and Paving - New and Existing Streets-FY07 See description under line item 17. 100 CT 100 CT 100 100
  39. 39. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 35 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 17S. Grading and Paving - New and Existing Streets-FY06 See description under line item 17. 100 CT 100 CT 100 100 17T. Grading and Paving - New and Existing Streets-FY05 See description under line item 17. 250 CT 250 CT 250 250 17U. Grading & Paving - New/Existing Sts-FY03 See description under line item 17. 38 CT 38 CT 38 38 17V. Food Distribution Center - Imps-FY02 See description under line item 17. 850 CT 850 CT 850 850 Totals - COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT 1,500 CN 1,500 CN 1,500 CN 1,500 CN 6,000 CN 6,642 CT 6,642 CT 1,000 FB 1,000 FB 1,000 FB 1,000 FB 1,000 FB 1,550 FB 6,550 FB 22,524 FT 22,524 FT 2,000 SB 1,000 SB 1,000 SB 1,000 SB 1,000 SB 1,500 SB 7,500 SB 27,987 ST 27,987 ST 46,000 TT 46,000 TT 106,153 2,000 3,500 3,500 3,500 4,550 123,203
  40. 40. 36 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 18 Navy Yard Infrastructure Improvements 1 Navy Yard Infrastructure Improvements Make general infrastructure improvements in support of public and 1,135 CN 1,500CN 915 CN 3,550 CN private development. 5,800 FB 4,000FB 9,800 FB 550 SB 500SB 1,050 SB 7,485 6,000 915 14,400 18A. Navy Yard Infrastructure Improvements-FY09 See description under line item 18. 1,741 CT 1,741 CT 500 FT 500 FT 500 ST 500 ST 2,741 2,741 18B. Navy Yard Infrastructure Improvements-FY08 See description under line item 18. 500 CT 500 CT 500 FT 500 FT 500 ST 500 ST 1,500 1,500
  41. 41. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 37 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 18C. Sound Stage Development-FY08 See description under line item 18. 750 CT 750 CT 750 ST 750 ST 1,500 1,500 19 Environmental Assessment/Remediation 1 Environmental Assessment/Remediation Provide environmental assessment and remedial assistance to real 400SB 400 SB 400 SB 1,200 SB city property with contamination issues. 200CN 200 CN 200 CN 600 CN 200FB 200 FB 200 FB 600 FB 800 800 800 2,400 19A. Environmental Assessment/Remediation-FY08 See description under line item 19. 89 CT 89 CT 250 FT 250 FT 500 ST 500 ST 839 839 19B. Environmental Assessment/Remediation-FY06 See description under line item 19. 153 CT 153 CT 500 FT 500 FT 1,000 ST 1,000 ST 1,653 1,653
  42. 42. 38 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 20 PIDC Landbank Improvements, Engineering and Administration 1 Improvements, Engineering and Administration Conduct engineering, architectural, and environmental studies related 6,000 Z 6,000 Z to land acquisition and development. 6,000 6,000 20A. Byberry Reuse Plan-FY01 See description under line item 20. 100 CT 100 CT 100 100 20B. Byberry Reuse Plan-FY99 See description under line item 20. 250 CT 250 CT 250 250 21 PIDC Landbank Acquisition & Improvements 1 Acquisition and Improvements Acquire and improve industrial land in order to create new jobs and 20,000 Z 20,000 Z tax rateables throughout the City. 20,000 20,000 21A. West Parkside Utility Relocations and Improvements-FY06 Relocate existing utility services to enable assembly of larger 100 CT 100 CT development sites in the inner-city industrial park. 100 100
  43. 43. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 39 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 21B. West Parkside Utility Relocations and Improvements-FY05 See description under line item 21A. 225 CT 225 CT 225 225 Totals - INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT 1,135 CN 1,700 CN 915 CN 200 CN 200 CN 4,150 CN 3,908 CT 3,908 CT 5,800 FB 4,200 FB 200 FB 200 FB 10,400 FB 1,750 FT 1,750 FT 550 SB 900 SB 400 SB 400 SB 2,250 SB 3,250 ST 3,250 ST 26,000 Z 26,000 Z 42,393 6,800 915 800 800 51,708
  44. 44. 40 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 PENN'S LANDING / WATERFRONT IMPS 22 Schuylkill Riverfront Improvements 1 Schuylkill Riverfront Improvements Complement public and private reinvestment through capital 250CN 1,250 CN 1,250 CN 1,000 CN 1,000 CN 4,750 CN improvements to the Schuylkill River Trail; and extend the greenway 1,755 SB 350SB 350 SB 350 SB 350 SB 350 SB 3,505 SB to the south. 1,000 FB 3,000FB 500 FB 500 FB 500 FB 500 FB 6,000 FB 2,505 CA 2,505 CA 5,260 3,600 2,100 2,100 1,850 1,850 16,760 22A. Schuylkill Riverfront Improvements-FY09 See description under line item 22. 1,000 CT 1,000 CT 500 FT 500 FT 350 ST 350 ST 1,850 1,850 22B. Schuylkill Riverfront Improvements-FY08 See description under line item 22. 250 CT 250 CT 764 FT 764 FT 361 ST 361 ST 1,375 1,375
  45. 45. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM | 41 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 22C. Schuylkill Riverfront Improvements-FY07 See description under line item 22. 350 CT 350 CT 500 ST 500 ST 850 850 23 North Delaware Riverfront Improvements 1 North Delaware Riverfront Improvements Complement public and private reinvestment and help implement the 540 CN 350CN 350 CN 350 CN 350 CN 350 CN 2,290 CN Greenway Master Plan through public improvements along the North 225 SB 350SB 350 SB 350 SB 350 SB 350 SB 1,975 SB Delaware River Greenway. 2,160 FB 500FB 500 FB 500 FB 500 FB 500 FB 4,660 FB 2,925 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 8,925 23A. North Delaware Riverfront Improvements-FY09 See description under line item 23. 1,200 CT 1,200 CT 5,340 FT 5,340 FT 350 ST 350 ST 6,890 6,890 23B. North Delaware Riverfront Improvements-FY08 See description under line item 23. 195 CT 195 CT 1,530 FT 1,530 FT 250 ST 250 ST 1,975 1,975
  46. 46. 42 | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA: THE FY2010-2015 CAPITAL PROGRAM 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2010 - 2015 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 $x000 24 Penn's Landing Improvements 1 Penn's Landing General Site Improvements Upgrade public areas at Penns Landing, including pier work, 530 CN 180CN 500 CN 500 CN 500 CN 500 CN 2,710 CN streetscape enhancements and other facilities upgrades. 2 Pier 11 North Infrastructure Improvements Make substructure repairs to Pier 11 North, followed by the 950CN 950 CN 1,900 CN construction of a public park. 1,350 CA 1,350 CA 1,880 1,130 1,450 500 500 500 5,960 24A. Penn's Landing Improvements-FY09 See description under line item 24. 2,700 CT 2,700 CT 2,700 2,700 24B. Penn's Landing Improvements-FY08 See description under line item 24. 250 CT 250 CT 250 TT 250 TT 500 500

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