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This presentation was given by Bill Lawrence at the 11th Annual Concrete Pavement Workshop.

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    UDOT Funding UDOT Funding Presentation Transcript

    • UDOT – Funding11th Annual Concrete Pavement Workshop Presented by: Bill Lawrence January 19, 2012
    • Overview  Challenges - Utah Facts & Trends  Solutions  Funding • Current • Future?
    • Utah Facts • Population: 2.8 Million • Land Area: 82,200 Sq. Mi. (12th Largest State) • 5,949 Miles (13% of State) • 17,968 Lane-Miles • System Carries 66% of VMT
    • Utah Trends
    • Construction Costs - 2011
    • Roadway Categories Interstate - Green Regardless of AADT Miles ~ 935, 16% Lane Miles ~ 27% VMT ~ 53% Combo Truck VMT ~ 63% Level 1 - Red AADT > 2,000 and/or Truck Volumes > 500 Miles ~ 2,170, 37% Lane Miles ~ 43% VMT ~ 43% Combo Truck VMT ~ 32% Level 2 - Orange AADT < 2,000 Miles ~ 2,735, 47% Lane Miles ~ 36% VMT ~ 4% Combo Truck VMT ~ 5%
    • UDOT Strategic Goals • Preserve Infrastructure • Optimize Mobility • Improve Safety • Strengthen the Economy
    • Pavement Preservation “Good Roads Cost Less”
    • State Transportation Revenue $260M Motor Fuel $255M $255M $253M $252M $250M $251M $245M $243M $241M $240M $240M $240M $238M $238M $237M $235M $235M $230M $229M $225M $220M $215M 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    • State Transportation Revenue Special Fuel $120M $115M $113M $110M $111M $105M $103M $100M $101M $101M $103M $95M $95M $94M $90M $85M $86M $84M $85M $80M $81M $75M $77M $70M 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
    • State Highway User Revenues – 2011 Distribution
    • Anticipated State Transportation Program Funding Safety and Operations $14M Traffic Management Barrier Treatments Small Area Lighting Sign Modification & Replacement Safety Spot Improvements New Traffic Signals ADA Ramp Installations Maintenance Spot Improvement $0.50 , 4% $0.50 , 4% $3.00 , 21% $0.30 , 2% $7.00 , 50% $0.30 , 2% $2.00 , $0.40 , 3% 14% April 2009
    • Anticipated State Transportation Program Funding System Preservation $15.5M Pavement Preventive Maintenance Bridge Preventive Maintenance $6.00 , 39% $9.50 , 61% April 2009
    • Anticipated State Transportation Program Funding Other Programs $6.3M Region Contingency Programming Contingency Jurisdictional Transfers Public Communication Efforts Region Concept Development $0.40 , 6% $0.60 , 10% $0.80 , 13% $4.00 , 63% $0.50 , 8% April 2009
    • Available Transportation Program Funding Recent News Regarding 2012 Federal Funding: • December 23, 2011, Notice Received regarding a continuing resolution extending funding for most federal agencies until March 31, 2012. President Barack Obama signed the measure into law. (6 months worth, or 50% of FFY 2012 funding is now available). • The Senate Appropriations Committee approved an FY 2012 appropriations bill that would maintain the current obligation limit for federal highway and transit programs. VS • A House measure that seeks to cut highway and transit investment 34% during the fiscal year that began in Oct. April 2009
    • Anticipated Transportation Program Funding **DRAFT** Commission Workshop , April 2012 FEDERAL AID – FFY 2012 $287.2 Million* Preservation (Orange Book) $38.1 Million $232.3 Million $230.0 Rehabilitation (Purple Book) UDOT Million $130.8 Million + Match $18.4 Million (Match required to obtain total programming level) Capacity/Recon./Choke Pt. $29.8 Million $16.1 Million Safety $13.6 Million Local & Pass Through $57.2 Million State Plan. & Research $6.1 M Bridge $ 14.3 Million *Obligation Limitation- 92% Reserve Eq. Bonus $10.0 M of 2012 Apportionment Enhancements $ 5.7 Million Updated Aug 2011
    • Anticipated Transportation Program Funding FFY 2013 FFY 2014 FFY 2015 FFY 2016FFY 2015 FFY 2015 FFY 2015 FFY 2015 Preservation Preservation Preservation Preservation (Orange Book) (Orange Book) (Orange Book) (Orange Book) $38.1 Million Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Rehabilitation (Purple Book) (Purple Book) (Purple Book) (Purple Book) $149.2 Million $130.8 Million Capacity/Choke Pt/ Capacity/Choke Pt/ Capacity/Choke Pt./ Capacity/Choke Pt./ Maj. Rehab. Maj. Rehab. Maj. Rehab. Maj. Rehab. $35.2 Million $35.2 Million $29.8 Million Safety Safety Safety Safety $13.6Million Bridge$15.2 Million Bridge$15.2 Million Bridge$15.2 Million Bridge$14.3 MillionEnhancements $6.1M Enhancements Enhancements Enhancements Programmed Future Programming
    • Anticipated State Transportation Program Funding 2013 Preservation Program Funding Distribution Total $38.1M$18.0M$16.0M $0.9M$14.0M$12.0M $4.7M$10.0M $2.2M $8.0M $6.0M $2.7M $3.4M $1.3M $9.8M $4.0M $2.3M $2.0M $4.0M $4.1M $2.7M $0.0M $0.1M R-1 R-2 R-3 R-4 IM NHS STP FLEX
    • Anticipated State Transportation Program Funding 2014 Rehabilitation Program Funding Distribution Total $130.8M$60.0M $2.8M$50.0M $14.0M$40.0M$30.0M $6.5M $8.0M $10.1M$20.0M $39.1M $6.9M $3.9M$10.0M $16.2M $10.7M $12.3M$0.0M $0.4M R-1 R-2 R-3 R-4 IM NHS STP FLEX
    • Anticipated Transportation Program Funding Summary: What are we anticipating to program (State & Federal 2013)? • Federal Dollars = $305.6M • Anticipated and Programmed at 2012 level, project to a full year apportionment. Approximately $287.2M + 18.4M State Match = $305.6M (This includes Local Federal $’s, but not the required local match). • Programmable State Dollars = $35.8M • (Have not received completed projections yet, but are anticipating similar to last years level) April 2009
    • Additional Information Questions ?