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State and Local Road Project Updates: Part 2


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Barry Moose with North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Division 10 reports at the Charlotte Chamber 2011 Transportation Summit

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State and Local Road Project Updates: Part 2

  1. 1. 2011 Charlotte Regional Transportation Summit<br />April 8, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Division 10 Project Updates<br />
  3. 3. MUMPO Orientation<br />State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)<br />Schedule:<br />Draft STIP will cover the 12-18 Fiscal Years<br />Anticipated Draft TIP should be adopted in July 2011<br />
  4. 4. State Transportation Improvement Program<br />Facts:<br />Statewide Equity Budget is Projected to be $9.21 Billion.<br />Does not include Loop Program Dollars<br />Does not include Public Transportation Dollars<br />Or Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality Dollars<br />
  5. 5. State Transportation Improvement Program<br />Division 10:<br />Our 10 Year Work Plan Proposes to Bring $2,659,500,960 into our Region.<br />
  6. 6. Also we are currently working on a new Loop Prioritization process as well as the Mobility Fund Prioritization.<br />This could bring additional dollars to the region.<br />
  7. 7. Up Coming Projects<br />
  8. 8. R-2248E<br />The last roadway section of I-485 and in conjunction with R-2123CE will complete the 485 loop.<br />Contract to be let to bid May 28, 2010.<br />$185 Million<br />Let To Contract<br />
  9. 9. R-2123CE<br />Interchange of I-485 and I-85. The other project to complete the loop. High speed design interchanging freeway to freeway.<br />Contract to be let to bid September 2, 2010.<br />$155 Million<br />LetToContract<br />
  10. 10. I-3803B<br />Widening of I-85 from interchange with I-485 to the interchange with NC 73. Project is 5.5 miles long and will widen to an 8 lane section.<br />Contract to be let to bid August 5, 2010.<br />$200 Million<br />LetToContract<br />
  11. 11. R-2248H<br />Complete interchange at Garrison Rd and will serve both CLT Airport and Norfolk Southern Inter-modal facility current under construction. Good example to partnership with both the Airport and Railroad. Will be completed before Inter-modal facility opens.<br />Contract to be let to bid July 2010.<br />$1.5 Million<br />LetToContract<br />
  12. 12. U-0209B<br />Converting Independence Blvd. to Expressway from Albemarle Rd. to Conference Drive. Will provide for center lanes for future transit and/or managed lanes.<br />Contract to be let to bid July 2012 with R/W beginning May of this year.<br />$170 Million<br />R/WUnderway<br />
  13. 13. R-4902<br />Widen I-485 from existing 4 lanes to 6 lanes with auxiliary lanes between Johnston Road and NC 51. 6.6 Miles<br />Current Let Date is scheduled for FY 2014. With an Anticipated Cost of $70 Million.<br />LetDateMovedtoFebruary2012<br />
  14. 14. I-4733<br />Reconstruction of Catawba Ave. interchange with I-77. Originally proposed as new interchange at a cost of $35 million. Has a federal earmark of $5 million. <br />Looking at the use of a Diverging Diamond design which will reduce cost to $6 million and will use the existing bridge.<br />
  15. 15. Monroe Bypass<br />The Monroe Bypass; this will be a Design Build contract administered by the Turnpike Authority.<br />RFQ Advertisement April 15, 2010<br />Bid Opening October 22, 2010<br />Approx. Cost $750 million<br />
  16. 16. Rail Projects<br />Two rail projects will be let to contract within next two years as part of the $545 million NC received through competitive ARRA grants.<br />12 Double track as part of high speed rail.<br />Norfolk Southern/CSX grade separation<br />$250 million<br />
  18. 18. I-3802A<br />Widening of I-85 for the existing 4 lanes to 8 lanes from NC 73 to Rowan County Line. <br />New Let Date January 2013 from last TIP of 2017.<br />Estimated Cost $120 Million.<br />