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Vision for UDOT's Future

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The presentation was used by UDOT Executive Director Carlos Braceras during the Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommitte meeting on September 12, 2013.

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Vision for UDOT's Future

  1. 1. Vision for UDOTVision for UDOT’’s Futures Future Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee | September 12, 2013Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee | September 12, 2013
  2. 2. Final Four Strategic Goals Preserve Infrastructure Optimize Mobility Zero Fatalities Strengthen the economy
  3. 3. Integrated Transportation Emphasis AreaEmphasis Area
  4. 4. Collaboration Emphasis AreaEmphasis Area
  5. 5. Education Emphasis AreaEmphasis Area
  6. 6. Transparency Emphasis AreaEmphasis Area
  7. 7. Quality Emphasis AreaEmphasis Area
  8. 8. Operational Excellence Emphasis AreaEmphasis Area
  9. 9. UDOT’s Core Values • Innovation • Dedication • Integrity • Public Responsiveness • Passion • Fiscal Responsibility
  10. 10. Administrative Efficiency ReportingAdministrative Efficiency Reporting
  11. 11. Media Stories “A new national study says Utah’s urban highway conditions are among the nation’s best, but the state is among the worst for cost-effective road spending — including paying nearly four times the national per-mile average for administration.” “Utah ranks 26th nationally for overall highway performance and efficiency — falling from 22nd and 16th best in the two previous annual reports by the Reason Foundation. “The study says the Utah’s administrative costs per mile of highway went from $12,938 in 2007 to $42,390 in 2009, a 228 percent increase. It said that 2009 number was four times higher than the national average, and ranked Utah 45th among the states.”
  12. 12. Reason Foundation
  13. 13. Federal Highway Administration Highway Statistics
  14. 14. Federal Highway Administration
  15. 15. Reason Foundation’s Calculation
  16. 16. Federal Highway Administration
  17. 17. Federal Highway Administration “The Classification of administration and miscellaneous expenditures is not uniform for all states because of indeterminate amounts charged to construction and maintenance projects.”
  18. 18. Miscellaneous Expenditures Corridor Preservation Funds $200,000 Express Lanes $337,000 County of the 1st Class $27,000,000 Equipment $35,000,000 Maintenance $136,000,000
  19. 19. Administrative Expenditures Appropriated vs. Actual Expenditures *State dollars
  20. 20. Reason Foundation’s Calculation
  21. 21. Calculation with the Correct Dollar Amount for Administrative Costs
  22. 22. Preserving InfrastructurePreserving Infrastructure Highway Maintenance OutlookHighway Maintenance Outlook
  23. 23. State Highway Assets  95,000 roadside signs  2,700 large overhead signs  375,000 delineators  67,500 culverts  2,500 miles of fence  39 rest areas  100,000 acres of roadside vegetation  600 miles of guardrail  2,000 miles of ditches
  24. 24. Good Roads Cost Less Preservation Rehabilitation Reconstruction $1 $4 $25
  25. 25. Utah RoadUtah Road ConditionsConditions
  26. 26. Pavement Conditions
  27. 27. Bridge Conditions
  28. 28. Age Distribution of UDOT Bridges 2 Bridges 1910s 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 NumberofBridges Proposed ReplacementNumber of Existing 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 6 45 25 157 349 355 314 183 278 162 296 151
  29. 29. Annual Pavement and Bridge Needs BridgesLevel 2 $50 $38 $25 $13 $0 MillionsofDollars Unfunded NeedsAvailable $40 Million $27 Million $10 Million $21 Million
  30. 30. Prioritization ProcessPrioritization Process
  31. 31. Model Recommendations Asset Management System Prioritization Process Utah Transportation Commission Projects Long Range Plans Unified Transportation Plan Public Input
  32. 32. Utah Transportation Commission - Role • Prioritize Projects and Funding Levels • Hold Public Hearings • Provide for Public Input
  33. 33. CommissionersCommissioners Wayne K. Barlow Region 1 Meghan Z. Holbrook Region 2 J. Kent Millington Co-Chair, Region 3 Naghi Zeenati Region 4 Jeffrey D. Holt Chairman, At-Large Dannie R. McConkie At-Large Eddie L. Cox At-Large
  34. 34. Project Selection Process State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Preserve Infrastructure Optimize Mobility Strengthen Economy Long Range Plan and Data Zero Fatalities Projects
  35. 35. Project Selection Process State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Preserve Infrastructure Optimize Mobility Strengthen Economy Long Range Plan and Data Zero Fatalities Rehabilitation and Preservation Projects
  36. 36. Model Recommendations Asset Management System Preserve Infrastructure Commission Projects Pvmt. & Bridge Condition Pvmt. Deterioration Curves Available Funding Ranking Factors: Overall Road Condition Bridge Condition Vehicle and Truck Traffic Safety
  37. 37. Project Selection Process State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Preserve Infrastructure Optimize Mobility Strengthen Economy Long Range Plan and Data Zero Fatalities Passing Lanes, Guard Rail, etc.
  38. 38. Model Recommendations Safety Management System Zero Fatalities Commission Projects Number of Crashes Severity of Crash Fatalities Ranking Factors: Greatest ability to reduce crashes Benefit-to-cost ratio Project Complexity Coordination with other projects
  39. 39. Project Selection Process State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Preserve Infrastructure Optimize Mobility Strengthen Economy Long Range Plan and Data Zero Fatalities ITS, Capacity, Access, etc.
  40. 40. Model Recommendations Prioritization Process Optimize Mobility Commission Projects Vehicle and Truck Traffic Congestion Crash Rates Ranking Factors: Average Daily Traffic: Vehicles & Trucks Level of Congestion Benefit/Cost Ratio Safety
  41. 41. Project Selection Process State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Preserve Infrastructure Optimize Mobility Strengthen Economy Long Range Plan and Data Zero Fatalities Projects
  42. 42. BridgesLevel 2 $50 $38 $25 $13 $0 MillionsofDollars Unfunded NeedsAvailable $40 Million $27 Million $10 Million $21 Million
  43. 43. Vision for UDOTVision for UDOT’’s Futures Future Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee | September 12, 2013Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee | September 12, 2013

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