Utah Transportation Systems Planning

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Includes information on UDOT's new uPlan GIS-based planning tool.

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Utah Transportation Systems Planning

  1. 1. Systems Planning & ProgrammingAsset Management Division “taking care of what we have” It’s a Journey.…… Ahmad Jaber Systems Planning & Programming WASHTO Annual Meeting July 14, 2010
  2. 2. Today’s Presentation  Overview  Assets  Pavements, Bridges, Culverts, MSE Walls  Measures  Condition, Trends  GIS - Graphical Interface
  3. 3. Utah Facts • Population 2,800,000 • Land Area: 84,900 sq miles (11th Largest State) • 1640 UDOT Employees • 5840 Miles (13% of State) • 16,250 Lane-Miles
  4. 4. The Challenge
  5. 5. UDOT Strategic Goals “The Final Four”  Take Care of What We Have  Make the System Work Better  Improve Safety  Increase Capacity
  6. 6. Pavement Preservation “Good Roads Cost Less”UDOT Study Published in 1977
  7. 7. ”Bad Roads Cost More” Very Good Driving On Condition Lower Quality Roads Very 5 10 15 20 25 30 Poor Age
  8. 8. 7 Steps to Asset Management Implementation 1. Inventory 2. Condition Assessment 3. Targets 4. Deterioration Curves 5. Maintenance Strategies 6. Cross Asset Optimization 7. Projects
  9. 9. Culvert Inventory • Inventory is the First Step in Asset Management
  10. 10. MSE Walls• Inventory Completed• Condition Determined• Next Phase – Establishment of Targets – Integrate with Department’s Asset Optimization Database
  11. 11. Bridge • Inventory Completed Every Two Years • Condition Assessment Determined at Element Level
  12. 12. UDOT Strategic Goals • Pavements that are in good condition today can be maintained by an appropriate mix of maintenance and preservation treatments that will maximize the system Overall Condition Index (OCI) and prolong the pavement life.
  13. 13. Construction Cost Index
  14. 14. Pavement System Health Statewide Pavement Condition % of miles Fair or Better 100% 90% 80% 70% % of Miles 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year based on "Half Car" IRI and Historical Ride Index Interstate Arterial Collector
  15. 15. Maintenance Management Levels Interstate Regardless of AADT Miles ~ 935, 16% Lane Miles ~ 27% VMT ~ 53% Combo Truck VMT ~ 63% Level 1 AADT > 2,000 and/or Truck Volumes > 500 Miles ~ 2,150, 37% Lane Miles ~ 43% VMT ~ 43% Combo Truck VMT ~ 32% Level 2 AADT < 2,000 Miles ~ 2,750, 47% Lane Miles ~ 36% VMT ~ 4% Combo Truck VMT ~ 5%
  16. 16. Total Funding Needs 2011 2014 Interstate & Level 1 Preventative Maintenance 79 60 Interstate & Level 1 Major Rehab. Pavement Programmed 180 And Reconstruction Level 2 Maintenance 16 18 Preventative Maintenance 25 28 Bridge Rehab. And Reconstruction Programmed 58 32.5 182 Total Funding Needs 120 344 (Millions of $’s) Red = Needs Blue = Estimate of Total Available Funds
  17. 17. Diminishing Marginal Returns Interstate System OCI (1,875 miles 2009 OCI = 89) 95 Overall Condition Index 90 85 80 75 70 65 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 Average Annual Funding (millions) 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 The level of funding to obtain the optimal condition level (point of diminishing marginal return) was found to be $60 Million for the Interstate (increasing to $80 million), $50 million for the Level 1 NHS, $60 Million for the Level 1 non-NHS, and $90 million for the Level 2 system, for a total of $260 to $280 Million per year.
  18. 18. UPlan – UDOT’s GIS Graphical Interface
  19. 19. Northern Utah Pan/Min/Max View Road View Identification Folders
  20. 20. Salt Lake Area – I-215 Belt Route I-215
  21. 21. Pavement Condition I-215
  22. 22. I-215 Pavement Condition Values
  23. 23. Pavement Rehab Projects
  24. 24. I-215 Pavement Rehab Project
  25. 25. I-215 Long Range Plan
  26. 26. Thank You!

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