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Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
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Arlington County Transportation Funding 101

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Breakdown of sources of funding for Arlington County, Virginia's transportation projects.

Breakdown of sources of funding for Arlington County, Virginia's transportation projects.

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  • 5307 – population and local and regional passenger miles within jurisdiction
    Federal funds go to WMATA and PRTC (Arlington’s share goes to WMATA)
    Annual appropriations – 5309 earmark for lee highway bus shelters
    New starts for CCPY
  • CMAQ/RSTP – Federal funds go to Commonwealth, NVTA programming
  • Where does the Intercity Passenger Rail Fund go?
    Where does the $500m off the top funds go?
    MTTF – Where does the $50 m PRIAA
  • TEIF - $4m – comes from highway construction funds for TDM programs
    IPROC – Intercity Passenger Rail Fund created in 2011 but unfunded until HB2313. Amounts generated by a portion of .3% increase in Sales tax increase used to support rail and transit projects in commonwealth (0.125%) distributed 40% rail, 60% for transit, includes $300 million for dulles rail
    Capital
    80% rolling stock replacement
    55% everything else
    TEIF – ACCS (operating?)
    Transit Operating
    User fee
    Operating
    % reimbursement on size of budget (expenditures)
    18-23%
  • TEIF - $4m – comes from highway construction funds for TDM programs
    IPROC – Intercity Passenger Rail Fund created in 2011 but unfunded until HB2313. Amounts generated by a portion of .3% increase in Sales tax increase used to support rail and transit projects in commonwealth (0.125%) distributed 40% rail, 60% for transit, includes $300 million for dulles rail
    Capital
    80% rolling stock replacement
    55% everything else
    TEIF – ACCS (operating?)
    Transit Operating
    User fee
    Operating
    % reimbursement on size of budget (expenditures)
    18-23%
  • TEIF - $4m – comes from highway construction funds for TDM programs
    IPROC – Intercity Passenger Rail Fund created in 2011 but unfunded until HB2313. Amounts generated by a portion of .3% increase in Sales tax increase used to support rail and transit projects in commonwealth (0.125%) distributed 40% rail, 60% for transit, includes $300 million for dulles rail
    Capital
    80% rolling stock replacement
    55% everything else
    TEIF – ACCS (operating?)
    Transit Operating
    User fee
    Operating
    % reimbursement on size of budget (expenditures)
    18-23%
  • Where does the Intercity Passenger Rail Fund go?
    Where does the $500m off the top funds go?
    MTTF – Where does the $50 m PRIAA
  • Where does the Intercity Passenger Rail Fund go?
    Where does the $500m off the top funds go?
    MTTF – Where does the $50 m PRIAA
  • Where does the Intercity Passenger Rail Fund go?
    Where does the $500m off the top funds go?
    MTTF – Where does the $50 m PRIAA
  • Where does the Intercity Passenger Rail Fund go?
    Where does the $500m off the top funds go?
    MTTF – Where does the $50 m PRIAA
  • What about WMATA TIIF grant?
  • CMAQ/RSTP – Federal funds go to Commonwealth, NVTA programming
  • CMAQ/RSTP – Federal funds go to Commonwealth, NVTA programming
  • CMAQ/RSTP – Federal funds go to Commonwealth, NVTA programming
  • CMAQ/RSTP – Federal funds go to Commonwealth, NVTA programming
  • CMAQ/RSTP – Federal funds go to Commonwealth, NVTA programming
  • CMAQ/RSTP – Federal funds go to Commonwealth, NVTA programming
  • Operating - Includes annual contractual transit payments (avalon bay – operating)
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    • 1. June 12, 2014 Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
    • 2. 2 Contents • Transportation Sources – Capital – Federal – State – Regional – Local – WMATA (Capital and Operating) Transportation Funding 101
    • 3. 3 Overview • Most projects have more than one funding source • Combination of local, regional, state, and federal sources • Goal is to leverage external sources with local dollars Transportation Sources – Capital
    • 4. 4 Transportation Sources – Capital
    • 5. 5 Transportation Sources – Capital Federal Funding Restrictions • Requires National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) documentation and federal accounting • Most funding must be used within a certain timeframe • May require local match • Must be included in State Transportation Improvement program (STIP), TPB Constrained Long-Range Plan (CLRP), and TPB Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
    • 6. 6 Transportation Sources – Capital
    • 7. 7 Transportation Sources – Capital Secondary Road Maintenance - Defined by State Code - Per lane mile payment - 1,094 lane miles - $16.7M received in FY 2013
    • 8. 8 Transportation Sources – Capital - 50/50 competitive grant - For bridge/roadway projects - Maintenance, renovation, capital improvements - Up to $10M / jurisdiction - Approximately $1-2M / Year
    • 9. 9 Transportation Sources – Capital - Match for CMAQ/RSTP grant
    • 10. 10 Transportation Sources – Capital - Formula allocation - Unfunded since 2008 - Bridge/roadway projects - Anticipate funding in out years - Less than $1 million
    • 11. 11 Transportation Sources – Capital - 25% of first $160M of MTTF - Reimbursement program - 80% rolling stock replacement - 40-55% other capital - New capital tiering applied to FY 14 funds > $160M Approximately $8.1M in FY14 for Arlington
    • 12. 12 Transportation Sources – Capital - 72% of first $160M of MTTF - Reimbursement program - Based on size of budget - Performance Allocation applied to FY 14 > $160M - Approximately $1.7M in FY14
    • 13. 13 Transportation Sources – Capital - Up to 3% of MTTF - For TDM and Technical Assistance - $635,000 in FY 14 for ACCS
    • 14. 14 Transportation Sources – Capital - 95% state aide to NVTC used for local obligations for WMATA rail debt service - Remainder covers WMATA expenses based on local share of allocation formula
    • 15. 15 Transportation Sources – Capital
    • 16. 16 Transportation Sources – Capital - State imposed regional “at the pump” sales tax - For transportation purposes - Managed by Northern Virginia Transportation Commission - Funds WMATA capital - Generated $37M in FY 2013 for NoVa
    • 17. 17 Transportation Sources – Capital - Dedicated transportation revenues - Generated by additional taxes and fees passed by 2013 VA GA - Legal restrictions on use - May be used on PAYG and debt service basis - Managed by Northern Virginia Transportation Authority - Approximately $204 million in FY 2014 (Arlington’s est. share $27M)
    • 18. 18 Transportation Sources – Capital
    • 19. 19 Transportation Sources – Capital - For rehabilitation and renovation of existing infrastructure - Projects with >10-year useful life - Adopted FY15 budget $8,809,000 - Fee increased from $25 to $33 in 2010 - $8 dedicated to transportation - For arterial bike/ped and safety projects - Adopted FY15 budget $866,000 - Large capital projects - Projects with < 20-year useful life - Funding varies based on need - Approximately $8.87M in FY15
    • 20. 20 Transportation Sources – Capital - $.0125 per $100 property add-on tax - Adopted in 2008 - Dedicated transportation revenues - May be used on PAYG and debt service basis - For projects in business districts - Must be in place in order to receive HB 2313 funding - Must be spent on transportation - Adopted FY 14 budget $23.9M
    • 21. 21 Transportation Sources – Capital - Generated by additional taxes and fees passed by 2013 VA GA - Legal restrictions on use, major penalties for diverting from use on transportation - May be used on PAYG and debt service basis - Approximately $11.4 million in FY 2014
    • 22. 22 Transportation Sources – Capital - 33% of property assessment growth in Crystal City, Pentagon City, Potomac Yard - First adopted in 2009 - Dedicated infrastructure revenue (includes transportation, utilities, parks) - May be used on PAYG and debt service basis - For projects in TIF district - Adopted FY14 budget $2,289,560
    • 23. 23 Transportation Sources – Capital - Negotiated as part of site plan - Tied to specific projects - In kind and/or cash contributions - Cash often not accessible until project is completed - Sources varies year to year - $11.7M pledged FY13 – FY22 CIP
    • 24. 24 Transportation Sources - WMATA Source of Funds for FY2015 Budget $52.5 Million Arlington $52.5 Million Arlington $24.1 Million Arlington $24.1 Million Arlington $2.8 Billion total funding for FY2015 Capital and Operating Budgets
    • 25. 25 Arlington’s Share of FY2015 Budget $2.8 Billion total funding for FY2015 Capital and Operating Budgets $1.755 Billion - Total Operating Budget Capital Budget $52.5 Million (6.7%)- Arlington Bus (6.6%) - $28.3 Million $1.05 Billion - Total Rail (9.6%) - $23.3 Million Access (0.8%) - $0.9 Million Debt Service - $1.1 Million (6.7%) $307 Million – Local Subsidy (Includes $75M Metro 2025) $778 Million – Local Subsidy $332 Million – Formula Grants $169 Million – Federal Dedicated Funds $169 Million – Match to Dedicated Funds $12.9 Million (8.4%) – Arlington $835 Million – Passenger Fares$111 Million – Business Revenues/Other $52.5 Million Arlington $52.5 Million Arlington $24.1 Million Arlington $24.1 Million Arlington Transportation Sources - WMATA $40 Million – Other State / Federal Funds $30 Million – Short Term Borrowing

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