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  • China accounts for over half of U.S. Containerized trade. Top six world regions account for 86% of total.
  • VPA Projects a 9% Growth in 2005.

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  • 1. The Port of Virginia – Meeting Future Needs Today The Virginia Port AuthorityThe 2040 Master Plan and Intermodal Connectivity May 9, 2005
  • 2. The Port of Virginia Jamestown 1607 Godspeed Discovery Length = 68’ Length = 49’ 6” 20 tons (1 TEU) Hapag-Lloyd Columbo ExpressSusan Constant Length = 1,099’ Width = 141’ Length = 116’ 8,750 TEU Ship
  • 3. The Port of Virginia First Ship Sails from Jamestown with Export Cargo  Year is 1607  No Dredging Required  No Highway Required  No Railroad Required  Small Landside Facilities Required (Wooden Pier) Low Financial Investment By 1630 Tobacco Exports to Europe  1,500,000 lbs = 750 Tons = 50 TEUs!
  • 4. Fast Forward 400 Years 2004 The Port of Virginia Handled 1,810,000 TEUs 2003 First 8,000 TEU Vessel Sets Sail Require Considerable Dredging Require Major Interstate Highways Require Major Railroads Require Considerable Port Infrastructure
  • 5. Agenda The Port of Virginia Ports 101 The VPA 2040 Master Plan Summary
  • 6. The Port of Virginia The Virginia Port Authority (VPA)  An Agency of the Commonwealth  Fosters and Stimulates the Commerce of the Commonwealth  Engages in Promoting, Developing, Constructing, Equipping, Maintaining and Operating the Harbors and Seaports Within the Jurisdiction of the Commonwealth Virginia International Terminals (VIT)  A Virginia Non-Stock, Non-Profit Operating Affiliate of the Virginia Port Authority  Operates the Terminals Owned by the Commonwealth
  • 7. Economic Impact of The Port  1999 Economic Impact Study* 165,000 Port and Port-Related Jobs $762.5 Million in Business Revenues $60.7 Million in State and Local Taxes  2003 Bureau of Economic Statistics Report The Port Plays a Part in Over 180,000 Jobs Salary and Wages in Excess of $5 Billion*Source: Martin Associates
  • 8. Distribution of Ship Calls at The Port of Virginia  More Than 75 Steamship Lines Serve the Port  Sailings to Over 250 Ports in 100 Overseas Locations The Port of Virginia is within a 1-day drive of over 2/3 of the U.S. population and 301,000 manufacturing firms 780 The Port of Virginia 468 832 364 780 208 260 The Port of Virginia is within 750 miles of 60% of the nation’s total personal income and 52 consumer expenditures*Many services call more than one tradelane.
  • 9. U.S. National Gateways Vancouver, BC 90% of ContainerizedSeattle/Tacoma Trade Moves Through 10 North American Port Gateways New York/ New Jersey Oakland The Port of Virginia is the 7th Largest Gateway Los Angeles/ Long Beach Charleston Savannah Houston Miami
  • 10. U.S. Cargo Trends 44% of U.S. Import Cargo Comes into the Port of Los Angeles/Long Beach  Transported to Mid-West via Rail and Truck West Coast Port Congestion Has Diverted Cargo to East Coast Ports via All-Water Route VPA Experienced Major Growth in Asia Trade Lanes in 2004  SE Asia  19.6%  NE Asia  22.8%
  • 11. VPA Containerized Trade by Region 450,000 Percentage Share of Total 400,000 30.1% 350,000 27.3%TEUs 300,000 250,000 200,000 150,000 11.1% 10.0% 100,000 6.4% 5.8% 50,000 3.1% 3.9% 0.3% 0.6% 0.2% 1.0% S AMERICA N EUROPE C AMERICA INDIA MED OCEANIA AFRICA NE ASIA SE ASIA CARIB N AMERICASource: PIERS Trade Data, 2004 MID EAST
  • 12. The Intermodal Gateway The 1.81 Million TEUs Exported/Imported From the Port of Virginia in 2004 Were Transported to Inland Markets Using:  Barges (12% of TEUs)  Rail (22% of TEUs)  Trucks (66% of TEUs)
  • 13. The Port of Virginia Cargo Origins and Destinations Origins and Destinations Throughout the Mid-Atlantic & Mid-West Over 55% of Cargo Enters CONTAINER VOLUME or Leaves 1 - 1,000 1,001 - 2,500 the State 2,501 - 7,500 7,501 - 15,000 15,001 - 45,000
  • 14. Agenda The Port of Virginia Ports 101 The VPA 2040 Master Plan Summary
  • 15. Ports 101 20’  Port Capacity and Productivity is Often Measured in TEUsOne 20’ container = 1 TEU  TEU Stands for 40’ “Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit”  Original Containers Were 20’ LongOne 40’ container = 2 TEU 53’  Today, Most Cargo is Moved in 40’ ContainersTypical over the road truck
  • 16. On-Dock Operations Container Vessel Arrives at VPA Marine Terminals Using Deep Water Navigation Channels in the Hampton Roads Harbor
  • 17. On-Dock Operations Containers are Unloaded  New Cranes at NIT South Terminal are from the Ship Using the Largest, Fastest, and Most Efficient Specialized Cranes Container Cranes in the World
  • 18. Live Gate System With Straddle Carrier Containers are Picked-Off the Wharf by Specialized “Straddle Carrier” Vehicles
  • 19. Live Gate System With Straddle Carrier Straddle Carriers Transfer  Transport & Location of Each the Box to the Container Container is Tracked Using Highly Yard for Temporary Storage Sophisticated Electronic Systems
  • 20. Live Gate System With Straddle Carrier Straddle Carriers Remove the  A “Live Gate” Operation Allows Container from Storage and Just-In-Time Scheduling of Load it onto Trucks Trucks Picking-Up Containers
  • 21. Gate Operations Trucks are Processed at the Gate Interchange for Cargo Validation and a Special Roadability Safety Check
  • 22. Gate Operations Trucks are Processed at the VPA  Increased Security Since 9/11 Port Police Security Gate before  All Port Police are Sworn Law Exiting the Terminal Enforcement Officers
  • 23. Agenda The Port of Virginia Ports 101 The VPA 2040 Master Plan Summary
  • 24. Container Cargo Forecast 3.50 3.00 1.8 Million TEU’s in 2004 9.2% Increase From 2003 2.50 TEUs in Millions 2.00 1.50 1.00 Master Plan Forecast*, 4.1% (2000) 0.50 Actual Growth 0.00 98 00 02 04 06 10 12 14 16 18 20 08 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 YEARSource: VPA 2040 Master Plan*Forecast Numbers Prepared in 2000 and Represent Average Increase Over the 40-Year Forecast Period.
  • 25. Projected Cargo Demand and Planned Capacity 6,000,000 Containerized Cargo Forecast, 4.1% AGR 5,000,000 (Source: Global Insight, 2003)TEUs per year 4,000,000 Planned Capacity 100% 3,000,000 2,000,000 33% 1,000,000 Maersk Maersk CIMT CIMT CIMT CIMT Existing Phase I Phase II Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV 2001 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040
  • 26. Development Challenges The Port Must Meet Cargo Growth Demands to Promote Economic Development in Virginia The Volume of Containers is Estimated to More Than Double Every 20 Years Ship Lines are Moving Toward Larger Ships (10,000+ TEUs), Which Require… …Larger Cranes …More Efficient Marine Terminals …Efficient Intermodal Transportation Systems (Rail/Roadway) Existing Port Infrastructure Requires Renovation and Replacement Existing Terminals are Very Near Capacity
  • 27. Development Challenges VPA’s 2040 Master Plan Identifies Major Capital Improvements Needed to Keep Pace with Growth Near Term (0-15 years)  $510 Million for NIT (Currently Underway)  $119 Million for PMT  $27 Million for NNMT  $6 Million for VIP Long Term (15-30 years)  $1.76 Billion for New Marine Terminal At Craney Island
  • 28. Summary of 2040 Master Plan Investments Project Investment1 Time Span Norfolk International Terminals2 $ 735.0 M 2001 - 2021 Portsmouth Marine Terminal2 $ 187.4 M 2002 - 2015 Newport News Marine Terminal2 $ 25.7 M 2004 - 2010 Virginia Inland Port2 $ 6.1 M 2005 - 2020 Craney Island Marine Terminal $ 1,760.3 M 2009 - 2032 55-Foot Channel Dredging $ 169.2 M 2011 - 2013 TOTAL INVESTMENT: $ 2,883.7 MNotes: (1) Costs adjusted for inflation. (2) Projects entirely within VPA/VIT control.
  • 29. Sources of VPA Funds for 2040 Master PlanMaster Equipment State CPF Bonds Lease Program Appropriations $693 M (24%) $43 M (2%) $336 M (11%) Terminal Revenue Pay-As-You-Go Bonds $1.26 B (44%) $551 M (19%) Total Funds Required From All Sources = $2.88B
  • 30. Norfolk International Terminals Wharf Renovation
  • 31. Norfolk International Terminals New Cranes
  • 32. Norfolk International Terminals Elevating Girder Crane
  • 33. Norfolk International Terminals Backlands Renovation
  • 34. Craney Island Marine Terminal Terminal Build-Out
  • 35. Schedule to Meet Forecasted Need Feasibility Study (1999 – 2005) PED (2005 – 2007)Dike Construction (2007 – 2009) Rapid Fill (2009 – 2011) Phase I (2012 – 2016) Phase II (2019 – 2022) Phase III (2026 – 2028) Phase IV (2028 – 2032) 08 14 18 24 30 04 06 10 12 16 20 22 26 28 32 34 02 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
  • 36. Regional Economic Impact of Craney Island The Proposed Craney Island Marine Terminal will Provide Significant Regional Economic Impacts Craney Island Regional Economic Impact Forecast (Annually) Jobs 64,255 Wages $ 1,658,000,000 Taxes – State/Local $ 487,000,000 TOTAL IMPACT $ 5,277,000,000
  • 37. Hampton Roads Transportation Network Newport Chesapeake Bay NewsJames River Norfolk Virginia Beach Portsmouth Port Facility CIDMMA Interstate/Highway Chesapeake Proposed Third Crossing 50/55 Ft Channel Railroad Proposed Maersk Terminal Proposed Craney Island Railway Proposed Craney Island Terminal
  • 38. Agenda The Port of Virginia Ports 101 The VPA 2040 Master Plan Summary
  • 39. Summary The Port of Virginia is Poised to Double the Amount of Containerized Cargo Moving Through the Port over the Next 20 Years The Port has a Master Plan Designed to Handle this Growth  Master Plan Accounts for Marine Terminals only  Fiscally Responsible Doubling Containerized Cargo, will Provide Additional Economic Growth – Jobs, Good Wages, and Tax Revenues Transportation Infrastructure Must Be Developed To Accommodate Future Growth