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June 12, 2014
Arlington County
Transportation Funding 101
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Contents
• Transportation Sources – Capital
– Federal
– State
– Regional
– Local
– WMATA (Capital and Operating)
Transpo...
3
Overview
• Most projects have more than one funding source
• Combination of local, regional, state, and federal sources
...
4
Transportation Sources – Capital
5
Transportation Sources – Capital
Federal Funding Restrictions
• Requires National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA)...
6
Transportation Sources – Capital
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Transportation Sources – Capital
Secondary Road Maintenance
- Defined by State Code
- Per lane mile payment
- 1,094 lane...
8
Transportation Sources – Capital
- 50/50 competitive grant
- For bridge/roadway projects
- Maintenance, renovation,
capi...
9
Transportation Sources – Capital
- Match for CMAQ/RSTP grant
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Transportation Sources – Capital
- Formula allocation
- Unfunded since 2008
- Bridge/roadway projects
- Anticipate fund...
11
Transportation Sources – Capital
- 25% of first $160M of MTTF
- Reimbursement program
- 80% rolling stock
replacement
-...
12
Transportation Sources – Capital
- 72% of first $160M of MTTF
- Reimbursement program
- Based on size of budget
- Perfo...
13
Transportation Sources – Capital
- Up to 3% of MTTF
- For TDM and Technical
Assistance
- $635,000 in FY 14 for ACCS
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Transportation Sources – Capital
- 95% state aide to
NVTC used for local
obligations for
WMATA rail debt
service
- Rema...
15
Transportation Sources – Capital
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Transportation Sources – Capital
- State imposed regional “at the
pump” sales tax
- For transportation purposes
- Manag...
17
Transportation Sources – Capital
- Dedicated transportation revenues
- Generated by additional taxes and
fees passed by...
18
Transportation Sources – Capital
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Transportation Sources – Capital
- For rehabilitation and renovation of
existing infrastructure
- Projects with >10-yea...
20
Transportation Sources – Capital
- $.0125 per $100 property add-on tax
- Adopted in 2008
- Dedicated transportation rev...
21
Transportation Sources – Capital
- Generated by additional taxes and
fees passed by 2013 VA GA
- Legal restrictions on ...
22
Transportation Sources – Capital
- 33% of property assessment growth
in Crystal City, Pentagon City,
Potomac Yard
- Fir...
23
Transportation Sources – Capital
- Negotiated as part of site plan
- Tied to specific projects
- In kind and/or cash co...
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Transportation Sources - WMATA
Source of Funds for FY2015 Budget
$52.5 Million
Arlington
$52.5 Million
Arlington
$24.1 ...
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Arlington’s Share of FY2015 Budget
$2.8 Billion total funding for FY2015 Capital and Operating Budgets
$1.755 Billion -...
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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)
  • Transcript of "Arlington County Transportation Funding 101"

    1. 1. June 12, 2014 Arlington County Transportation Funding 101
    2. 2. 2 Contents • Transportation Sources – Capital – Federal – State – Regional – Local – WMATA (Capital and Operating) Transportation Funding 101
    3. 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. 4 Transportation Sources – Capital
    5. 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. 6 Transportation Sources – Capital
    7. 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. 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. 9 Transportation Sources – Capital - Match for CMAQ/RSTP grant
    10. 10. 10 Transportation Sources – Capital - Formula allocation - Unfunded since 2008 - Bridge/roadway projects - Anticipate funding in out years - Less than $1 million
    11. 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. 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. 13 Transportation Sources – Capital - Up to 3% of MTTF - For TDM and Technical Assistance - $635,000 in FY 14 for ACCS
    14. 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. 15 Transportation Sources – Capital
    16. 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. 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. 18 Transportation Sources – Capital
    19. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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