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  1. 1. NADO National Training Conference August 26, 2013
  2. 2. No Coast!
  3. 3. Gulf of Mexico Atlantic Ocean 2010 Population Heartland 2060 Region Polk 602,095 Hardee 27,731 DeSoto 34,862 Highlands 98,786 Okeechobee 39,996 Glades 12,884 Hendry 39,140 Source: US Census Bureau 855,494
  4. 4. Each county’s TD system is coordinated differently based on the type of coordinator, local resources available, and needs identified.  County Government Operated  Private Non-profit Agency/Organization  Private For-profit Agency/Organization  Full Service Provider  Partial Brokerage Provider  Full Brokerage Provider ◦ This includes:………..
  5. 5. Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged Planning Agency Coordinator Local Coordinating Board Operators Recommends Coordinator Contracts with Contracts with
  6. 6. Planning Agencies are:  Metropolitan Planning Organizations;  County/City Governments;  Regional Planning Councils; or  Local Planning Organizations who are performing planning activities in designated services areas. A Planning Agency may be responsible for multiple service areas.
  7. 7. The Planning Agency assists the Commission at the local level in accomplishing the coordination of transportation services to the transportation disadvantaged.
  8. 8. LEGISLATURE GOVERNOR COMMISSION FOR THE TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED MULTI-COUNTY LOCAL COORDINATING BOARD (HARDEE, HIGHLANDS, OKEECHOBEE) PURCHASERS • MEDICAID • CTD • SECTION 5311 • DEOA • CHILDREN AND FAMILIES • PUBLIC CONTRACT CARRIERS • A-1 TAXI d/b/d RGK TRANSPORT • CLASSIE TRANSPORTATION • HAYES MEDICAL TRANSPORT • POSITIVE MOBILITY FTA/FDOT VEOLIA TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, INC. OFFICIAL PLANNING AGENCY CENTRAL FLORIDA REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL
  9. 9. Duties  Appoints members to the Local Coordinating Board  Provides staff to the Local Coordinating Board  Quarterly Meetings (Meeting Schedule, Agendas, Minutes, By-Laws, Grievance Procedures and Training)  Annual Public Hearing
  10. 10. Duties (Continued)  Recommends to the Commission a Community Transportation Coordinator  Competitive Procurement Process (Local Procurement Process/(Chapter 287, Florida Statutes)  Memorandum of Agreement between the Commission and the Community Transportation Coordinator  Community Transportation Coordinator designation is for five years  Evaluates the Community Transportation Coordinator (Planner & Local Coordinating Board) annually
  11. 11. Summary - Designated Official Planning Agency  Appoints and staffs Local Coordinating Board  Procures and recommends a Community Transportation Coordinator to the Commission  Coordinates and conducts transportation planning at the local level
  12. 12.  16% of total population in rural areas  26 of 67 counties are rural  Per capita income 15% to 25% lower than in urban counties  Rural population with high school diploma is 7% less than national average  Per capita incomes in Florida’s Designated Rural Areas of Critical Economic Concern” are 60% of national average  High unemployment
  13. 13. A comprehensive planning effort that was developed around 5 major goals: 1. Promote mobility within the Heartland region. 2. Support the Region’s economic development opportunities. 3. Provide coordination between the Region’s land use development and promotion of smart growth. 4. Promote mobility from the Heartland to other regional destinations. 5. Coordinate regional mobility governance, planning and funding.
  14. 14.  Six Rural Counties  Four Rural Communities in Two Urban Counties  5,000 + Square Miles  Diverse Population >300,000  Wide range of needs
  15. 15. What ?  Heartland Rural Mobility Plan Why ?  Planning Framework  Maximize Funding Partnerships  Serve Mobility Needs of Communities  Optimize Coordination
  16. 16.  PERSONAL VEHICLE  PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICES  PARATRANSIT SERVICES  PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES  COMMUTER SERVICES  VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS
  17. 17. 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 Retail Trade Administrative and Waste Services Accommodation and Food Services Transportation and Warehousing Finance and Insurance Professional and Technical Services Wholesale Trade Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Information Utilities 2000 2010 Private Non-Agricultural Employment by Industry
  18. 18.  Coordination  Project Priorities  Joint Marketing / Outreach  Shared Resources  Maximize Economic Development / Growth Management / Funding Eligibilities  Promote Partnerships / Grant Opportunities  Education and Awareness
  19. 19. MMRecognition of “No One Size Fits All” But we’ve always done it this way
  20. 20. Functions Processes Systems Facilities Equipment Collaboration Innovation Partnerships Federal $$ State $ Local $ Private $ Counties Cities Agencies Medicaid? Workforce Health Depts Aging Modes MOBILITY
  21. 21.  Provides funding for staff to coordinate and implement the HRMP.  Federal Transit Administration 5311 Mobility Management Capital Funds Grant (80%/20%)
  22. 22. Coordinate Existing Mobility Alternatives  CTC/Paratransit  Social Services  Fixed-Route  Commuter Services  Regional Bus  Regional Rail (AMTRAK)
  23. 23.  Bowling Green / Zolfo Strings  Ninety (90) minute frequency  Estimated Ridership = 37,000
  24. 24.  Avon Park to Lake Placid US 27  Estimated Ridership = 112,000
  25. 25.  Wauchula / Zolfo Springs to Avon Park  Estimated Ridership = 37,000
  26. 26.  La Belle / Clewiston SR 80  Estimated Ridership = 110,000
  27. 27.  Clewiston to Belle Glade  SR 27  Estimated Ridership = 31,000
  28. 28. Arcadia Circulator
  29. 29.  Launched in 2007  Program of the Florida Department of Transportation – District 1  Collaborating with businesses, commuters, and local communities  12-county region – new employer-based approach with planning/marketing emphasis
  30. 30.  Focus on Economic Development  Regional Network Development  Mobility Relevance ◦ Economy, Job Access, Education, Healthy Communities  Regional Cooperation  Planning Process – currently working to establish a 6 or 7 county Transportation Planning Organization
  31. 31.  Identify Region Characteristics and Demographics  Identify Transportation Resources  Establish Public Involvement Plan  Assess Overall Regional Mobility Needs  Evaluate Existing Public Transportation Services  Develop Goals, Objectives and Policies  Identify and Evaluate Mobility Alternatives  Develop Rural Mobility Operations and Strategic Implementation Plan
  32. 32. CTC’s Operators FDOT Local Govt. RPC Mobility Working Group
  33. 33. Possibilities for Our Future DeSoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Okeechobee and Polk Counties
  34. 34. Natural Resources are an Important Asset
  35. 35. Agriculture – Past, Present & Future
  36. 36. Many Seek Employment Elsewhere • Many of our children are leaving to find jobs in other places.
  37. 37. 35% of Children Live in Poverty
  38. 38. Many Never Graduate High School
  39. 39. Only 12% go on to Higher Education
  40. 40. Average Wages $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 Average Wages in Dollars Heartland Florida Nation
  41. 41. Our Way of Life is Important
  42. 42. 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400,000 1,600,000 1,800,000 2,000,000 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 2060 U.S. Census 2011 BEBR (Medium-High Average) Population Projections Extended projection (based on 2011 BEBR Medium-High Average rates ) Population Counts and Projections DeSoto Glades Hardee Hendry Highlands Okeechobee Polk
  43. 43. Prepares our workforce for the future
  44. 44. Provides convenient transportation
  45. 45. Respect for Agriculture
  46. 46. Supports agriculture
  47. 47. Celebrates our climate, natural resources, & culture
  48. 48. What does a CEDS do?
  49. 49. Innovation & Economic Development Gross Domestic Product The Region’s GDP (in millions of 2005 dollars), 2000-2012
  50. 50. Innovation & Economic Development Trade Exports and Imports Net Exports (in millions of 2005 dollars), 2000-2012
  51. 51. Infrastructure & Growth Leadership • Annual Building Permits Annual New Privately-Owned Residential Building Permits (Estimates)
  52. 52. Business Climate & Competitiveness • Employment by Industry Distribution of Employment by Industry, 2010
  53. 53. Employment by Industry
  54. 54. Regional Employment Industry Percent Change (2000-2010) Retail Trade 4.1% Health Care and Social Assistance 26.5% Administrative and Waste Services 7.0% Other Services, except Public Administration 18.0% Accommodation and Food Services 27.4% Construction -2.4% Transportation and Warehousing 10.8% Manufacturing -25.8%
  55. 55. Total Employment
  56. 56. Analyzes Goals & Objectives
  57. 57. Economic Diversification Infrastructure to Support Diversified Economy Early Learning, K-16, Lifelong Education Education, Workforce, & Economic Development Integrating with Natural Resources Planning Supporting Economic Development Ensuring Multimodal Connectivity Enhancing and Creating Livable Communities Transportation & Land Use Health Care Cultural Identity Community Resources Water Sustainable and Viable Natural Systems Agriculture Energy/Climate Change Environment and Natural Resources Heartland 2060 Task Forces
  58. 58. Economic Diversification Infrastructure to Support Diversified Economy Early Learning, K-16, Lifelong Education Education, Workforce, & Economic Development Heartland 2060 Task Forces
  59. 59. The Heartland Today Current Industry Clusters Construction Agriculture & Mining Tourism These industries are the historic backbone of the Heartland economy and help shape the Current Economy Future. Where we come from…
  60. 60. The Heartland Tomorrow… Future Industry Clusters Renewable Energy Research & Development Agriculture Logistics Life Sciences & Healthcare Tourism & Ecotourism Alternative Fuels Energy Production Agriculture Business & Technology Manufacturing Advanced Manufacturing Economic Opportunities (from the CEDS) Where we could be going…
  61. 61. Major Employers, 2011 DeSoto Wal-Mart Distribution (502) DeSoto Medical Hospital (300) Peace River Citrus (140) Bethel Farms (87) Sorrels Bros Packing (75) Glades Moore Haven Correctional (219) Lykes Bros (100) Brighton Seminole Bingo (80) Glades Electric Co-op (65) A Duda & Sons (25) Hardee Florida Institute for Rehabilitation (550) Walmart (288) MOSAIC (277) C.F. Industries (175) Peace River Electric (137) Hendry US Sugar Corp (1,800) Southern Gardens (261) A Duda & Sons (250) Hendry Hospital Authority (140) Alico Citrus/Cattle (128) Highlands Florida Hospital Heartland (1,300) Highlands Regional Medical Center (500) Cross Country Auto Services (500) Wal-Mart (450) Medical Data Systems (387) Okeechobee Columbia Raulerson Hospital (365) Walpole, Inc. (300) Larson Dairy, Inc. (225) McArthur Farms, Inc. (160) Okeechobee Health (140) Polk Publix Super Markets (9,500) Wal-mart (5,100) Lakeland Regional Medical Center (4,600) MOSAIC (4,500) Winter Haven Hospital (2,500) Healthcare Sector Natural Resources Sector Source: Enterprise Florida, 2008. Top Private Employers by County.
  62. 62. A future that… Resembles the Present. “If we continue with business-as-usual, including healthcare, natural resources, and ecotourism, then we can expect our future to look like…” • Following current and historical trends in: o population o employment o land use • Continuing economic prominence of agriculture, health care, mining, ware housing, ecotouris m, and service industries
  63. 63. Goals guide Scenarios = ENERGY DeSoto County Solar Farm
  64. 64. “If we focus on supplying technologies and goods that create energy and become energy exporters, then we can expect our future to look like…” A future that is… Focused on Energy. • Developing an alternative fuels industry based on agriculture • Manufacturing and installing renewable energy technologies • Using high-tech energy technologies to become an energy exporter • Energy efficiency and conservation technologies
  65. 65. Goals guide Scenarios = TRADE • Florida as a Global Gateway
  66. 66. A future that is… Making & Moving Goods. “If we focus on employment hubs for manufacturing, transportation, and warehousing, then we can expect our future to look like…” • Using current and future industrial areas = logistics and trade networks • Maintaining high capacity transportation networks for moving goods • Enhancing distribution of air cargo • Connecting ports • Establishing advanced manufacturing and warehousing facilities

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