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Utah Statewide Growth Trends         The Challenge
Strategic Goals  Take care of what we have   Preserve InfrastructureMake the system work better   Optimize Mobility       ...
Preserve       Infras Preserve   Infrastructure
Pavement Conditions             Preserve Infrastructure
3 Maintenance Levelsto Prioritize ResourcesInterstate and Level 1 • 53% of all State Highway   Lane Miles • 96% of all Veh...
Condition of Utah StateRoads • Overall Condition of UDOT   Highways are Good • Majority of Roads in Poor   Condition are L...
Pavement Condition                                                               Historical – Projected                   ...
Pavement Condition                                                Historical – Projected                                  ...
Pavement Condition                                                                 Historical – Projected                 ...
Condition of UDOT Bridges                 Preserve Infrastructure
Age Distribution            Preserve Infrastructure
Feature Increase Request  $2,484,300 total request for feature increase    $1,908,500 for TIF/CHNF funded projects     2...
Feature Increase Request                        Code One and Preservation Costs TIF/CHNF Funded Projects (All Projects)   ...
Equipment Increase Request $3,500,000* additional for truck replacement  Increase from $5.0 to $8.5 M/yr.  On-going     ...
Equipment Increase Request                     Cost per hour with current fleet                                           ...
Optimize  Optimize Mobility    Mobility
Delay Along the Wasatch Front    Davis, Weber, Salt Lake & Utah Counties                                       Optimize Mo...
Optimize Mobility
Mountain View Corridor  15 miles under construction  All 22 bridges and structures complete or underway                 ...
Mountain View Corridor    Sections of pavement, curb, gutter, and trails placed    Completion date – December 2012Midas ...
I-15 CORE  24 miles, 10 interchanges, 63 bridges  35-month schedule makes this the fastest billion-dollar project in   U...
Construction Progress  70% complete  95% of traffic on new concrete  2 million square yards of concrete placed         ...
Large Scale Highway Projects                                I-15 CORE Leading the pack                                    ...
Southern Parkway                   Optimize Mobility
Southern Parkway  I-15 to airport complete  7 miles of new road  Future – St. George Airport to Sand Hollow Reservoir  ...
West Davis EIS began: Jan 2010 EIS funding: $8 mil Aug 2010 - 46 Alt                        Optimize Mobility
West Davis Sept 2011 8 alternatives and options 9 Open houses 5,000 public comments Draft EIS late summer 2012        ...
Making a Difference | Saving Time                       Annual user hours and cost savingsHours of use                    ...
Mobile   Traffic Application                      Optimize Mobility
“World-Class” Traffic Signal Program  Travel time reduction  Stops reduced  Intersection delay reduced  Estimated savi...
Improve Safety  Improve   Safety
Zero FatalitiesA Goal We Can All Live With                              Improve Safety
Interstate Serious Injury and Fatal Crashes          Engineering Solutions | Saving Lives                                 ...
Interstate Serious Injury and Fatal Crashes        Involving a Vehicle that Crossed the Median          vs Total Miles of ...
Teen Driving Effort   504 Total presentations to 22,000 high school   students statewide in 2011   Video contest 51 entr...
Strength Strengthen   Econom    the Economy
Economic Impact              Number of contractor and consultant                                      companies           ...
Strengthen the Economy              Strengthen the Economy
Accelerated TechniquesFinishing projects faster                            Strengthen the Economy
Accomplishments 2012Finishing 28 projects worth more than $3 billion
Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee Jan 2012
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Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee Jan 2012

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John Njord and Carlos Braceras gave the this presentation to the Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee on January 31, 2012.

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Infrastructure and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee Jan 2012

  1. 1. Utah Statewide Growth Trends The Challenge
  2. 2. Strategic Goals Take care of what we have Preserve InfrastructureMake the system work better Optimize Mobility Improve safety Improve Safety Increase capacity Strengthen the Economy
  3. 3. Preserve Infras Preserve Infrastructure
  4. 4. Pavement Conditions Preserve Infrastructure
  5. 5. 3 Maintenance Levelsto Prioritize ResourcesInterstate and Level 1 • 53% of all State Highway Lane Miles • 96% of all Vehicle Miles Traveled on State SystemLevel 2 • Less than 2,000 vehicles per dayPreserve Infrastructure
  6. 6. Condition of Utah StateRoads • Overall Condition of UDOT Highways are Good • Majority of Roads in Poor Condition are Low Volume (Level 2)Preserve Infrastructure
  7. 7. Pavement Condition Historical – Projected (Interstate – 935 miles) (Level 1 – 2,185 miles) Ride Quality - Projected with 60 million / year Ride Quality - Projected with 90 million / year 100% 100% 90% 90% 80% 80% 70% 70% 60% 60% % of Miles% of Miles 50% 50% 40% 40% 30% 30% 20% 20% 10% 10% 0% 0% 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 % Good: IRI < 95 % Fair % Poor: IRI > 170 Upper & Lower Threshold Band (95 to 98%) % Good: IRI < 95 % Fair % Poor: IRI > 170 Upper & Lower Threshold Band (90 to 95%)
  8. 8. Pavement Condition Historical – Projected (Level 2 – 2,735 miles) Ride Quality – Projected at Current Funding Levels 100% 90% 80% 70% 60%% of Miles 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 % Good: IRI < 95 % Fair % Poor: IRI > 170 Upper & Lower Threshold Band (80 to 90%) Over 500 centerline miles in poor condition today At current funding levels, poor condition roads double by 2020
  9. 9. Pavement Condition Historical – Projected (Level 2 – 2,735 miles) (Level 2 – 2,735 miles) Ride Quality – Projected at Current Funding Levels Ride Quality - Projected with an Additional 40 million / year * 100% 100% 90% 90% 80% 80% 70% 70% 60% 60% % of Miles% of Miles 50% 50% 40% 40% 30% 30% 20% 20% 10% 10% 0% 0% 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 % Good: IRI < 95 % Fair % Poor: IRI > 170 Upper & Lower Threshold Band (80 to 90%) % Good: IRI < 95 % Fair % Poor: IRI > 170 Upper & Lower Threshold Band (80 to 90%) * Governor’s proposed 2013 budget
  10. 10. Condition of UDOT Bridges Preserve Infrastructure
  11. 11. Age Distribution Preserve Infrastructure
  12. 12. Feature Increase Request $2,484,300 total request for feature increase  $1,908,500 for TIF/CHNF funded projects  257.9 added lane miles  $575,800 for Transportation Fund projects  77.81 added lane miles Preserve Infrastructure
  13. 13. Feature Increase Request Code One and Preservation Costs TIF/CHNF Funded Projects (All Projects) $40,000,000 $35,000,000 $30,000,000 $25,000,000Dollars $20,000,000 $15,000,000 $10,000,000 $5,000,000 $0 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Years
  14. 14. Equipment Increase Request $3,500,000* additional for truck replacement  Increase from $5.0 to $8.5 M/yr.  On-going * Per Governor’s proposed 2013 budget Preserve Infrastructure
  15. 15. Equipment Increase Request Cost per hour with current fleet $16.00 $14.00 $12.00 $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Age of Trucks in years
  16. 16. Optimize Optimize Mobility Mobility
  17. 17. Delay Along the Wasatch Front Davis, Weber, Salt Lake & Utah Counties Optimize Mobility
  18. 18. Optimize Mobility
  19. 19. Mountain View Corridor  15 miles under construction  All 22 bridges and structures complete or underway Optimize Mobility
  20. 20. Mountain View Corridor  Sections of pavement, curb, gutter, and trails placed  Completion date – December 2012Midas Creek Summer 2010 Midas Creek Dec. 2011 Optimize Mobility
  21. 21. I-15 CORE  24 miles, 10 interchanges, 63 bridges  35-month schedule makes this the fastest billion-dollar project in U.S. history  On schedule for Dec. 2012 completion Optimize Mobility
  22. 22. Construction Progress  70% complete  95% of traffic on new concrete  2 million square yards of concrete placed Optimize Mobility
  23. 23. Large Scale Highway Projects I-15 CORE Leading the pack Budget Lane Cost Per Mile Total Time Spent to Name Location ($billion) Miles ($million) Construct (Years) I-15 CORE Utah County, Utah $1.70 385 $4.41 3 I-15 Reconstruction Salt Lake City $1.60 204 $7.84 4 Katy Freeway Houston $2.79 375 $7.44 5 I-25 (T-REX) Denver $0.80 170 $4.67 5Central Texas Turnpike System Austin, Texas $3.30 292 $11.30 6 Woodrow Wilson Bridge Washington, D.C. $2.20 30 $73.30 7 E-470 Denver $1.60 276 $5.80 8 Central Artery (Big Dig) Boston $14.60 161 $90.70 12 Optimize Mobility
  24. 24. Southern Parkway Optimize Mobility
  25. 25. Southern Parkway  I-15 to airport complete  7 miles of new road  Future – St. George Airport to Sand Hollow Reservoir Optimize Mobility
  26. 26. West Davis EIS began: Jan 2010 EIS funding: $8 mil Aug 2010 - 46 Alt Optimize Mobility
  27. 27. West Davis Sept 2011 8 alternatives and options 9 Open houses 5,000 public comments Draft EIS late summer 2012 Optimize Mobility
  28. 28. Making a Difference | Saving Time Annual user hours and cost savingsHours of use Optimize Mobility
  29. 29. Mobile Traffic Application Optimize Mobility
  30. 30. “World-Class” Traffic Signal Program  Travel time reduction  Stops reduced  Intersection delay reduced  Estimated savings to the public in reduced delay Optimize Mobility
  31. 31. Improve Safety Improve Safety
  32. 32. Zero FatalitiesA Goal We Can All Live With Improve Safety
  33. 33. Interstate Serious Injury and Fatal Crashes Engineering Solutions | Saving Lives Improve Safety
  34. 34. Interstate Serious Injury and Fatal Crashes Involving a Vehicle that Crossed the Median vs Total Miles of Cable Barrier Installed Improve Safety
  35. 35. Teen Driving Effort  504 Total presentations to 22,000 high school students statewide in 2011  Video contest 51 entries from 21 high schools  Triple the number of entries from 2010  Winning ad plays in all 5 Megaplex theaters in February Improve Safety
  36. 36. Strength Strengthen Econom the Economy
  37. 37. Economic Impact Number of contractor and consultant companies (P rimes and S ubs ) 602 Private sector employees associated with current construction projects 13,063 Strengthen the Economy
  38. 38. Strengthen the Economy Strengthen the Economy
  39. 39. Accelerated TechniquesFinishing projects faster Strengthen the Economy
  40. 40. Accomplishments 2012Finishing 28 projects worth more than $3 billion

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