Implementing PLAN 2040

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Doug Hooker, executive director of the Atlanta Regional Commission, shares the Atlanta region's PLAN 2040 during the "Innovative Funding & Financing" panel discussion at the 2012 Charlotte Chamber Transportation Summit.

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Implementing PLAN 2040

  1. 1. Implementing PLAN 2040
  2. 2. What is PLAN 2040?• Metro Atlanta’s plan to accommodate growth over the next 30 years. – Meets federally required long-range Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) – Meets state required long-term Regional Plan – Integrates local comprehensive plans – Creates regional vision
  3. 3. PLAN 2040 is: What our customers value…pursuingeconomic, environmental and social sustainability
  4. 4. Serving the Region’s CustomersLeading as the global gateway to the South Expanding access to community resources Encouraging healthy communities
  5. 5. PLAN 2040addresses bothcore ARC 10-county (red)planning areaand 18-countyMPO (green)
  6. 6. Unified Plan and Vision
  7. 7. • Interagency• Local Governments• Non-Profits• State Government• PrivatePLAN 2040 Partnerships
  8. 8. What Can We Afford? Available funding = $61 billion PLAN 2040 transportation vision = $125 billion $64 billion $61 billion Aspirations Element Constrained Element What is Possible ifWhat We Can Afford 2012-2040 Funds are Available
  9. 9. PLAN 2040 RTP Investment Priority AreasTotal Cost = $60.9 billion (constrained element)
  10. 10. Example Programs and Initiatives Livable Centers Initiative Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Interchange ImprovementsLifelong Communities
  11. 11. Transportation is the lifeblood of the region
  12. 12. Transportation Investment Act• 10 counties• One cent sales tax for 10 years• $8.5 billion raised • 85% regional projects • 15% local projects• 100% return
  13. 13. Referendum Accelerates Implementation Transportation Funding 2013-2022 Referendum Projects $8.5 billion70 percent ($9.24billion) maintainsexisting network $13.2 billion $13.2 billion RTP/TIP Planned Projects Total = $21.7 billion
  14. 14. $8.5 billion$7.2 billion for157 projects$1.3 billion foradditional localimprovements
  15. 15. More Information • Resources available on the PLAN 2040 website www.atlantaregional.com/plan2040 • Transportation Referendum information www.metroatlantatransportationvote.com www.transformmetroatlanta.com
  16. 16. The Piedmont-Atlantic MegaRegion
  17. 17. The Piedmont-Atlantic MegaRegion TOTAL % of U.S. 282,700 square milesLand Area 8% (73.2 million hectares)Population (2000) 47 million 16%Jobs 27 million 16%Gross Regional $1.5 trillion 15%Product
  18. 18. The Piedmont-Atlantic MegaRegion • Migration trends, 1995 to 2000 • 1.6 million people moved to PAM from the rest of the country • 1.3 million people migrated to PAM internationally
  19. 19. PLAN 2040

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