2006 Pocket Guide Slideset

391 views
362 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
391
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Slides based on the FDOT Policy Planning Trends and Conditions report “http://www.dot.state.fl.us/planning/policy/trends/pg06.pdf”
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR July 2006; Florida pop is FDOT derived from BEBR; other states are Census.
  • Data provided to CUTR by FDOT August 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR July 2006
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR August 2006 from FDOT
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR annually, most recent August 2006.
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR annually, most recent August 2006.
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR annually, most recent August 2006.
  • Graph updated and data retrieved by CUTR August 2006.
  • Graph updated and data retrieved by CUTR August 2006.
  • Source of map is “www.dot.state.fl.us/planning/sis/atlas”
  • Table created by CUTR and Data obtained from FDOT Office of Policy Planning (OPP), 2005. FDOT Systems Planning Office.
  • Graph updated and data retrieved by CUTR August 2006.
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR June 2006.
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR June 2006.
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from FTIS 2006; Sept 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from FTIS 2006; Sept 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from FTIS 2006; Sept 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from FTIS 2006; Sept 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from FTIS 2006; Sept 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR; June 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR; June 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR; June 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR; June 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from Amtrak, September 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from US Census American Community Survey, September 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from US Census American Community Survey, September 2006
  • Data retrieved by CUTR from US Census American Community Survey, October 2006
  • Data provided to CUTR by FDOT both population and VMT figures; August 2006.
  • Data provided to CUTR by FDOT; October 2006.
  • Data provided to CUTR by FDOT; October 2006.
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR, September 2006.
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR, received report directly from DHSMV, September 2006.
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR, received report directly from DHSMV, September 2006.
  • Graph created and data retrieved by CUTR, received report directly from DHSMV, September 2006.
  • Graphs a copy of FDOT provided graphs, September 2006.
  • Graphs a copy of FDOT provided graphs, September 2006.
  • 2006 Pocket Guide Slideset

    1. 1. Trends and Conditions 2006 Pocket Guide
    2. 2. Growth in Population Source: U.S. Census Bureau. Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR), University of Florida. Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Page Florida’s population up by 400,000 in 2005
    3. 3. Age Distribution Page One-third of population will be over 60 by 2030 Source: Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR), University of Florida. Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) .
    4. 4. Growth Trends by Person-Travel Mode Source: FDOT Transportation Statistics Office (TSO), State Highway System Mileage Reports. Amtrak. Florida Airport, Seaport, and Transit individual agency data. Page Strong tourism contributes to growth
    5. 5. Highway Travel Page Traffic growing fastest on toll roads Source: FDOT Transportation Statistics Office (TSO), Highway Mileage Reports.
    6. 6. Domestic and Overseas Visitors Source: Annual Florida Visitor Study Series, Visit Florida. http://media.visitflorida.org/about/research/ Page Domestic and Canadian visitors far outnumber others
    7. 7. Domestic Visitor Travel Mode Page One-half of domestic visitors arrive by auto Source: Annual Florida Visitor Study Series, Visit Florida. http://media.visitflorida.org/about/research/
    8. 8. Domestic Visitor Group Size Page Larger groups arrive by auto Source: Annual Florida Visitor Study Series, Visit Florida. http:// media.visitflorida.org /about/research/
    9. 9. Freight Growth Trends Sources: FDOT Transportation Statistics Office (TSO). FDOT Rail Office. Florida Ports Council. Florida Aviation Database. Page Highest growth is heavy trucks
    10. 10. Truck Miles Traveled Page Truck traffic is growing rapidly Sources: FDOT Transportation Statistics Office (TSO).
    11. 11. Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Page Current system Sources: www.dot.state.fl.us/planning/sis/atlas
    12. 12. SIS Components Page SIS plays major role Sources: Florida Department of Transportation. 75 mi 17 mi 92 mi 52 mi 36 mi 88 mi Intermodal Connectors (SHS Only) Intermodal Connectors (Off-System) Intermodal Connectors (All) 761 mi 2% 3% 3,514 mi 51% 66% Highways Percent of all traffic on SHS Percent of all truck traffic on SHS 300 mi 0% 100% 1,100 mi 100% 0% Waterways Percent of all waterborne freight on coastal and international shipping routes Percent of all waterborne freight on inland interregional waterways 400 mi 0% <10% 1,700 mi 100% >90% Rail corridors Percent of all interregional rail passengers Percent of all freight rail tonnage 7 6% 25 70% Interregional passenger terminals Percent of all interregional passengers 2 15% 5 85% Rail freight terminals Percent of all intermodal rail freight tonnage 3 2% <1% 7 98% >99% Deepwater seaports Percent of all waterborne freight tonnage Percent of all home-port cruise passengers 0 0% 1 100% Spaceports Percent of all launch activity 9 6% 1% 7 93% 98% Commercial service airports Percent of all Florida enplanements Percent of all Florida air cargo tonnage Emerging SIS SIS Facility Type
    13. 13. Road Length by Functional Class Sources: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Highway Statistics Series. FDOT TSO, 2006. Page Most roads are local
    14. 14. Bridges by Responsibility Page State is largest bridge owner Sources: FDOT Maintenance Office, 2006.
    15. 15. Bridge Construction Page Construction peaked in 1960’s Sources: FDOT Maintenance Office, 2006.
    16. 16. Buses Operated in Maximum Service Sources: Federal Transit Administration, National Transit Database. Florida Transit Information System (FTIS). FDOT Transit Office. Page Transit availability continues to grow
    17. 17. Fixed Route Transit Service Sources: Federal Transit Administration National Transit Database. Florida Transit Information System (FTIS). FDOT Transit Office. Page Service grows as ridership grows
    18. 18. Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip Page Expenses have stabilized Sources: Federal Transit Administration National Transit Database. Florida Transit Information System (FTIS). FDOT Transit Office.
    19. 19. Transportation Disadvantaged Page More passengers in 2004 Sources: Federal Transit Administration National Transit Database. Florida Transit Information System (FTIS). FDOT Transit Office.
    20. 20. Monthly Bikes on Bus Boardings Page More bikes on buses Sources: National Center for Transit Research, Analysis of Bikes on Bus Programs, 2005. FDOT Safety Office. Transit agency statistical data. 1,200 900 965 1,055 1,310 Star Metro, Tallahassee 4,000 4,000 NA NA NA Space Coast, Brevard 9,800 7,300 5,700 4,800 4,600 HARTline, Tampa 15,320 13,850 12,700 11,150 9,290 PSTA, St. Petersburg 31,300 30,000 NA NA NA BCT, Fort Lauderdale 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 Agency
    21. 21. Enplanements at Selected Airports Source: FDOT Aviation Office. Florida individual airport data. Page Airlines have recovered from recession and 9/11
    22. 22. Container Movements at Seaports Source: FDOT Seaport Office, 2005. Florida Ports Council Page Growth has resumed Twenty-foot Equivalent Units
    23. 23. Total Cruise Passengers Source: FDOT Seaport Office, 2005. Florida Ports Council Page Passenger growth may have peaked
    24. 24. Rail System Source: FDOT Rail Office, 2006. Page
    25. 25. Amtrak Ridership Source: Amtrak Page Modest decline
    26. 26. Work Commute Travel Mode Source: 2000-2005 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. Page Four out of five commuters drive alone
    27. 27. Mean Travel Time to Work Page Florida and US commute times growing Source: 2000-2005 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau.
    28. 28. Household Vehicle Availability Page Over 90 percent of households have a car Source: 2000-2005 American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau.
    29. 29. Annual Travel per Capita Source: US Census Bureau. FDOT Transportation Statistics Office. Page Vehicle miles traveled keep growing
    30. 30. State Highway System Condition Source: Florida Department of Transportation. Page Maintenance standards are being met
    31. 31. System Accessibility Source: Florida Department of Transportation. Page Florida’s system comparable to others 0.7 4.3 5.7 TX 1.0 6.0 11.0 GA 0.8 3.6 9.0 CA 2.0 2.8 3.5 U.S. 1.8 3.5 11.2 FL Airports per million residents Class I Rail miles per 100 sq. miles Interstate lane miles per 100 sq. miles
    32. 32. Daily Travel per Lane Mile Source: FHWA, Highway Statistics. Page Florida second only to California Selected states.
    33. 33. Highway Fatalities and Rate Source: Florida DHSMV, Florida Traffic Crash Facts 2005 Page Rate: per 100 million VMT Fatalities increasing but rate decreasing
    34. 34. Highway Crash Fatalities by Type Page Motorcycle fatalities are increasing Source: Florida DHSMV, Florida Traffic Crash Facts 2005
    35. 35. Alcohol-Related Highway Deaths Page Over one-third of fatalities are alcohol-related Source: Florida DHSMV, Florida Traffic Crash Facts 2005
    36. 36. International Trade Source: Enterprise Florida. Page Value of trade up 38 percent in last 3 years
    37. 37. Transport Spending by Industry Page Trucks are leading carrier Source: FDOT Macroeconomic Analysis Report. Enterprise Florida.

    ×