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Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project Phase 2 & Station Names: Community Meetings March 2012
 

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Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project Phase 2 & Station Names: Community Meetings March 2012

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    Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project Phase 2 & Station Names: Community Meetings March 2012 Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project Phase 2 & Station Names: Community Meetings March 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project Phase 2 & Station Names Community Meetings March 2012Department of Transportation
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia• Meeting Format – Open Session – 30 minutes – Presentation – 20 minutes – Question and Answers – 20 minutes – Open Session/Questions and Answers at Stations• Purpose of Presentation – Provide background and current status on Phase 2 of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project – Inform and seek input from the public on Fairfax County’s Phase 2 cost, financing, project elements, and station names – Schedule/Next Steps • Project Schedule • County ScheduleDepartment of Transportation 2
    • County of Fairfax, VirginiaDepartment of Transportation 3
    • County of Fairfax, VirginiaDepartment of Transportation 4
    • County of Fairfax, VirginiaDepartment of Transportation 5
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Tysons East Guideway
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Tysons East Station
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Route 7 and Route 123 Tunnels
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia9 Tysons West Guideway at Route 7
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia10 Tysons West Station
    • Wiehle Avenue Station: Prototype for Phase 2County of Fairfax, Except for Dulles Airport Station Stations Virginia
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Description• Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) is building the DCMP• Phase 2 begins west of Wiehle Avenue and ends at Route 772 in eastern Loudoun County• All stations at-grade or above grade• Phase 2 is a 11.4 mile extension and includes 6 stations and 5 parking garages: – Reston Parkway – Herndon-Monroe (1,950 new parking spaces, existing 1,600 parking spaces remain) – Route 28 (2,000 parking spaces) – Dulles Airport – Route 606 (1,950 parking spaces) – Route 772 (2 garages 3,000 parking spaces)Department of Transportation 12
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Phase 2 Cost Estimate Summary Memorandum of 100% Preliminary Independent Agreement (MOA) Engineering AnalysisOriginal Design, $3.825 B -- --Underground DullesAirport StationModified Design, $3.273 B $3.156 B $3.298 BAerial Dulles Airport ($552 M)StationMOA and Value $3.138 B $3.093 B $3.235 BEngineering Savings ($135 M) ($63 M) ($63 M)Route 28 Station and $2.820 B $2.689 B $2.831 BParking Garage ($318 M) ($404 M) ($404 M)Responsibilities toFairfax and LoudounCountiesDepartment of Transportation 13
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Phase 2 Cost Estimate Summary• Estimates are consistent with the Memorandum of Agreement’s Targeted Project Reductions• Forecasted difference between Preliminary Engineering and Independent Estimate is due to different rates of inflation (3.0% Preliminary Est. vs. 4.5% Independent Est.)• Costs associated with the Route 28 station and parking garages fall back into the project if the County is unable to secure alternative methods to fund these elements that are cost neutral to Fairfax County – Cost allocated per the funding agreement if back in the projectDepartment of Transportation 14
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Cost Reductions• Value Engineering and Memorandum of Agreement – Aerial Station at Dulles Airport – Shorten tail tracks at end of line – Reduced Rail Yard Capacity – Canopy Reductions – Best efforts to fund garages outside of project (Fairfax and Loudoun) – Best effort to fund Route 28 Station outside of project (Fairfax)Department of Transportation 15
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Cost AllocationFunding Agreement distribution of project cost Fairfax County 16.1% Loudoun County 4.8% MWAA 4.1% Other (Federal, State, 75.0% Tolls)Projected Distribution of project costs Phase 1 & 2(assumptions: no new State or Federal money in Phase 2, project cost = $5.994B) Fairfax County 16.1% Loudoun County 4.8% MWAA 4.1% Federal ($975M Phase1) 16.3% State ($200M Phase 1 & 2) 3.3% DTR Tolls 55.4%Department of Transportation 16
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Fairfax County Cost• Total Project Cost (planning, design, engineering, construction) – $5.590 to $5.994B (estimated) • Phase 1 $2.901B • Phase 2 $2.689B to $3.093B• Fairfax County’s Funding Requirement Phase 1 & 2 – $900 to $965 million (estimated) • Phase 1 $467M • Phase 2 $433M - $498MDepartment of Transportation 17
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Fairfax County Funding• County responsible for 16.1% of Phase 1 and 2 project cost – County Established Two Special (Commercial & Industrial) Tax Districts to Fund Dulles Rail - $730M • Phase 1Tax Districts (.22 per 100) ($400M) • Phase 2 Tax District (.15 per $100) ($330M)• County Obligation Phase1 & 2 = $900- $965M – Gap $170M - $235M • Sources to close the gap – Developer Contributions – Commercial and Industrial Tax – Federal and State Grant Programs – Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) Credit Assistance – OtherDepartment of Transportation 18
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Fairfax County (w/Silver Line) – Total Metrorail Operating Cost (Projection) FY 2013 – 2020 Fiscal Year Operating Cost 2013 $26.1M 2014 $34.7M 2015 $35.7M 2016 $37.1M 2017 $38.6M 2018 $46.4M 2019 $48.2M 2020 $50.0MDepartment of Transportation 19
    • County of Fairfax, VirginiaDepartment of Transportation 20
    • County of Fairfax, VirginiaDepartment of Transportation 21
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Next Steps – Phase 2• County review of PE and cost estimate – 90 Days – Decision by funding partners no later than June 4, 2012• County process for public outreach and input on Phase 2 – “Ask Fairfax” chat (March 9) – Four Community Meetings (March 12, 14, 15, 19) – Submit comments or questions online (by March 16) at http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/fcdot/dullesmetro/ – March 20th, 5pm Public Hearing - Board of Supervisors • Confirm Participation in Phase 2• County seeks alternative funding for parking garages and station• MWAA Phase 2 procurement – Initiate procurement March 2012 – Identify “Short-List” competitors June 2012 – Complete 90 day County review June 4, 2012 – Complete Environmental & WMATA approvals July 2012 – Award Design-Build contract January 2013Department of Transportation 22
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia You Decide Take The…….Department of Transportation 23
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Phase 1 & 2 Station Names• The Metro Board did not approve previous names submitted by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors• Previous names were repetitive, not unique, and potentially confusing to riders and non-riders alike (“Tysons, Tysons, Tysons, Tysons;” “Reston, Reston;” “Herndon, Herndon”)• WMATA criteria: – Relevant: Identify station locations by geographical features, centers of activity or be derived from the names of communities, neighborhoods or landmarks within one-half mile; – Brief: Limited to 19 characters with spaces and punctuation; – Unique: Distinctive and not easily confused with other station names; – Evocative: Evoke imagery in the mind of the patron.Department of Transportation 24
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Phase 1 & 2 Station Names• FCDOT and WMATA staff are working to engage the public for recommendations meeting the criteria• Timeline: – March 9: Station Name discussion during an Ask Fairfax! online chat – March 12, 14, 15, & 19: Station Name discussion at Dulles Rail public meetings – Now until March 21: take the online Silver Line Station Names Survey, www.wmata.com/silversurvey – April: Board of Supervisors’ recommends names to WMATA – May: WMATA Board approves Silver Line station namesDepartment of Transportation 25
    • County of Fairfax, Virginia Questions ? http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/fcdot/dullesmetro/Department of Transportation 26