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Vanpool Boot Camp: Marching Orders - November 7, 2011 - Part 10

Vanpool Boot Camp: Marching Orders - November 7, 2011 - Part 10

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BRAC in VA - by Peggy Tadej - VA BRAC Presentation Transcript

  • 1. VAN POOL BOOTCAMP Monday, November 7, 2011 Peggy Tadej, NOVA BRAC Coordinator [email_address] 703-642-4635
  • 2. REGIONAL SOLUTIONS TO MEET CHALLENGES
    • BRAC Explosion in NOVA
    • 2. What’s Changed
    • Coming and Going
    • BRAC Moves & Ridership
    • Governor’s Task Force
    • Assessing BRAC Impacts
    • Lessons Learned for Regional Solutions
    • Next Steps
  • 3. 5 BRAC LOCATIONS IN NOVA
    • The I-95/395 is an important and unique corridor because it serves current and future military bases.
    • Along with Pentagon I/95/395 serves five BRAC locations:
    • Ft. Myer/Henderson Hall
    • Mark Center
    • Fort Belvoir
    • Engineering Proving Grounds/Belvoir North
    • Marine Corp Base Quantico
    • Combined they employee 84,000 people .
    Pentagon Mark Center Fort Belvoir Quantico EPG 23,000 6,400 26,400 19,600 8,500 Capital Beltwy I-95/395 HOV/Bus/HT Lanes Tyson's Corner
  • 4. WHAT’S CHANGED – THE SKYLINE
  • 5. COMING AND GOING 23.8% 14.6% 26.8% 34.8%
  • 6. BRAC 133
  • 7. FORT BELVOIR
  • 8. FORT BELVOIR NORTH
  • 9. NOVA BRAC MOVES
    • Completed by September 15th – Fort Belvoir, Fort Belvoir North, Quantico, Arlington Hall
    • BRAC 133 – Mark Center
      • Moves started – August 9, 2011
      • As of September 15, 2011 – 2,150 personnel occupying the Mark Center
      • By December 2011 – Under 5,000 occupancy
      • January – August 2012 – remaining 1500 personnel will move into Mark Center
  • 10. TMP BREAKDOWN – BRAC 133
    • Transportation Management Plan Baseline:
    • Rail Transit/DoD Shuttle – 23%
    • Car/Vanpool – 5%/3% 53 car pool applications
    • Slug – 3%
    • Local Bus Transit – 5%
    • Walk/Bike – 2/2%
    • DoD Shuttle system capacity – 40%
  • 11. 4 -ROUTE DoD SHUTTLE SYSTEM
    • DoD shuttles operate on 10/15 minute headways
    • DoD Shuttle Stops: between Mark Center and key Metro/VRE rail stations:
      • Pentagon,
      • King Street,
      • West Falls Church, and
      • Franconia-Springfield
    • Service operate Monday – Friday from 5:30a.m to 7:30 p.m.
    • 35 Passenger Buses
  • 12. DASH – DEDICATION CEREMONY
  • 13. DASH AM/PM RIDERSHIP
  • 14. WMATA Pentagon – 7M Ridership
  • 15. FORT BELVOIR – ROUTE 335
    • Fairfax Connector (Eagle Express)
    • Maiden Voyage September 6, 2011
    • Operate Peak 5:30 – 9:00 AM/3:00 – 6:00 PM
    • Headways – 20 minutes
    • Weekday Schedule
    • 35 Passenger Buses
  • 16. F/S METRO to FORT BELVOIR
  • 17. EAGLE EXPRESS - MAIDEN VOYAGE
  • 18. DOD SHUTTLE SERVICE TO NGA
  • 19. LESSONS LEARNED
    • Build Strong Partnerships between Military and Region
    • Having the Right People at the Decision Table
    • BRAC Round Tables to Share Information
    • Explore Options – Express Buses
    • Seek New Alternatives
      • Dynamic Rideshare
      • Commuter Boat Ferry
  • 20. COMMUTER BOAT SERVES UNMET NEEDS
    • A New Commuter Service Option with East/West and South/North
    • First Meeting September 23, 2010
    • Next Steps
      • Marketing Study
      • Operational Plan
  • 21. Proposed Potomac River Commuter Ferry Stops - Quantico to Washington Planned VRE @ Harbor Station Existing VRE @ Belmont Bay Night Vision Secure Indian Head – 2 docking sites Quatico Planned VRE @ Harbor Station Existing VRE @ Belmont Bay Night Vision Secure Indian Head – 2 docking sites Planned RE @ Harbor Station Existing VRE @ Belont Bay Night Vn ecue Marsl l Indian Head – 2 docking sites
  • 22. COMMUTER FERRY BENEFITS
    • 4 of the 11 of the proposed stops are Military Bases
      • Due to BRAC Relocations - Critical Mass
      • Travel Time Savings by ferry vs. car
      • Another Alternative to Capacity Issues on I-95, 395 and Route 1
    • Evacuation for unified emergency / disaster planning, operations, and recovery.
    Planned VRE @ Harbor Station Existing VRE @ Belmont Bay Night Vision Secure Dogue Creek Mount Vernon Estate Marshall Hall Indian Head – 2 docking sites Quantico National Harbor / Gaylord Alexandria WDC
  • 23. GOVERNOR’S TASK FORCE
    • Six Committee’s to bring Innovative Ideas
      • Brainstorming
      • Traffic Monitoring
      • Regional Transit & TDM
      • Communication & Public Outreach
      • Construction Management
      • Integrated Corridor Management
    • Mark Center Task Force Achievements
      • List of 17 Quick Ideas & Growing
  • 24. ASSESSING BRAC IMPACTS
    • PUSH TDM - Car and Van Pools
    • After BRAC Moves Complete – Evaluate with Employee Surveys
    • Gather Data
      • How do we measure success?
    • Map Resources
    • Broaden Support to all Major Employment Centers in Region
    • Assess BRAC Impacts
      • Update 2005 Reports
    Planned VRE @ Harbor Station Existing VRE @ Belmont Bay Night Vision Secure Dogue Creek Mount Vernon Estate Marshall Hall Indian Head – 2 docking sites Quantico National Harbor / Gaylord Alexandria WDC
  • 25. NEXT STEPS - CONNECT THE REGION
    • QUESTIONS?
    Planned VRE @ Harbor Station Existing VRE @ Belmont Bay Night Vision Secure Dogue Creek Mount Vernon Estate Marshall Hall Indian Head – 2 docking sites Quantico National Harbor / Gaylord Alexandria WDC