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SunRail: Changing the Way Central Florida Travels. system map. Phase I – DeBary to Sand Lake Road By 2014 Phase II North – DeBary to Deland; Phase II South: Sand Lake Road to Poinciana By 2016. LEGEND Stations Parking Provided Maintenance Facility Option

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Sunrail changing the way central florida travels

SunRail: Changing the Way Central Florida Travels


Sunrail changing the way central florida travels

system map

  • Phase I – DeBary to Sand Lake Road

    • By 2014

  • Phase II North – DeBary to Deland; Phase II South: Sand Lake Road to Poinciana

    • By 2016

LEGEND

Stations

Parking Provided

Maintenance Facility Option

Layover Facility Option

Phase 1 Alignment

Phase 2 North Alignment

Phase 2 South Alignment

PHASE 2

NORTH

P

L

PHASE 1

  • 30-minute peak service in each direction from:

    • 5:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.

    • 3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m .

  • 2-hour off-peak service in each direction

PHASE 2

SOUTH


Amenities

Amenities

  • Restroom facilities on all trains

  • Wireless Internet connectivity

  • Luggage and bicycle accommodations

  • Double-decker trains

  • Environmentally friendly


Project update

Project Update

  • Phase I FFGA signed July 18, 2011 at Florida Hospital ceremonies

  • FDOT purchased the corridor Nov. 3, 2011 from CSXT

    • Now responsible for all maintenance and operations


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Project Update

  • Groundbreaking Ceremonies held January 27, 2012

    • Construction activities now underway

      • Altamonte Springs, DeBary and Sanford stations


Costs

Costs

  • Land Acquisition

    • Cost to purchase tracks $432 million

  • Capital Costs

    • $615 million total (year of expenditure dollars)

    • Allocation of costs

      • 50% Federal -- $307.5 million

      • 25% State -- $153.75 million

      • 25% Local -- $153.75 million

  • Operating and Maintenance

    • State pays all operations and maintenance costs for first seven years of operation

    • Local Rail Commission assumes 100% funding responsibilities in year 8


Project development

Project Development

  • SunRail project development proceeded through federal “New Starts” process

    • Required Alternatives Analysis, Environmental Assessment and two Supplemental Environmental Assessments

      • EA completed in 2007; SEA 1 in July 2008; SEA 2 in September, 2010

    • State funding process requires State Environmental Impact Report (SEIR)

  • Lessons learned

    • Determine station footprints; parking requirements

    • Plan for permits

      • SHPO

      • Water Management Districts/ACE

      • Local/state governments


Project development1

Project Development

  • Funding partners

    • Orange, Volusia, Seminole and Osceola counties, and City of Orlando

      • Counties responsible for negotiating interlocal agreements with municipalities for concession revenues, maintenance, etc.

    • Interlocal agreements unanimously ratified in July 2007

    • Amendments (for dates, other changes) required

  • Other partners

    • Amtrak, CSXT, FCEN

    • Business community

    • Stakeholders

    • Transportation providers


Project development2

Project Development

  • Lessons Learned

    • Minimize official actions

    • Coordinate and obtain approved operating and funding agreements early on

    • Regularly brief elected officials

    • Provide consistent and sustained outreach to all stakeholders

      • Social media

      • Website development

      • Daily project presentations to stakeholders

      • Identify specific points of contact


Project development3

Project Development

  • Station Development

    • Station prototypes

      • Two canopy designs, benches, ticket vending machines, variable message boards, security cameras, drinking fountain, passenger assist phone, emergency phone, audio announcements, information kiosk

    • Obtain local government input

    • Enhancements optional at local cost

    • Local governments responsible for station maintenance

    • Coordinate designs with FRA to identify potential hazards

    • Coordinate ADA – federal level-boarding requirements


Project development4

Project Development

  • Lessons Learned

    • Limit standard selections

    • Set deadlines for local decision-making on station elements

    • Price each element early on

    • Consistency and clarity is key for enhancements

    • Negotiate maintenance agreements

    • Maintain control of station construction

    • Identify and coordinate early on with FRA and other stakeholder agencies

    • Introduce TOD concepts


Project development5

Project Development

  • SunRail construction means jobs

    • Potential includes 13,508 new jobs statewide with $1.55 billion in economic benefit

  • Transit Oriented Development means jobs

    • Potential includes 245,855 new jobs and nearly $7.1 billion in economic benefit

  • Full reports and additional information available at www.sunrail.com


Project development6

Project Development

  • Transit Oriented Development

    • Introduce TOD potential (August 2007)

    • Update designs (June 2011)

    • TOD Facilitator (March 2012)


Debary station

ENTRANCE

debary station

  • Potential TOD Jobs:

    • 13,400

  • Economic Impact:

    • $410 million

  • City approved TOD overlay ordinance in December

  • City pursuing private-sector interest in a mixed-use TOD development to potentially provide a new urban core for DeBary

  • “Step-down” concept with high density closest to station, offices and retail to the south; and multi-family residential

  • Streetscape, trail and pedestrian improvements

DEBARY


Debary station1

debary station

Neighborhood Center


Lake mary station

ENTRANCE

lake mary station

  • Potential TOD Jobs:

    • 1,160

  • Economic Impact:

    • $38 million

  • City approved downtown redevelopment plan

    • Seeking developers

  • Station is the main connection between east and west neighborhoods

  • Small businesses integrated into platform

  • High-quality streetscape and pedestrian improvements now underway

LAKE

MARY


Discussion items

Discussion Items


Longwood station

ENTRANCE

longwood station

  • Potential TOD Jobs:

    • 14,150

  • Economic Impact:

    • $343 million

  • Crown Realty LLC plans 4-story, $25 million building

    • 200 multi-family units; 20,000 to 30,000 sq. ft. of office and retail

    • Structured parking

  • $17 million, 4-story, 120-unit senior housing complex two blocks away

  • South Seminole Hospital

  • Multi-family residential along Church Street

LONGWOOD


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longwood station


Lynx central station

ENTRANCE

lynx central station

  • Potential TOD Jobs:

    • 14,150

  • Economic Impact:

    • $424 million

  • Designed to accommodate commuter rail

  • Intermodal terminal with 24 covered bus bays and connection to LYMMO (downtown Orlando’s free BRT circulator)

    • 18,000 sq ft of bus terminal

    • 2,400 sq ft of retail space

  • Major developments nearby include:

    • Creative Village

    • Orange County Courthouse

    • Federal courthouses

    • FAMU School of Law

  • Potential development adjacent to station includes:

    • 400 residential units

    • 600,000 sq ft of office space

    • 350 room hotel

    • 25,000 sf Conference Center

LYNX

CENTRAL


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lynx central station


Sand lake road station

ENTRANCE

sand lake road station

  • Potential TOD Jobs:

    • 22,300

  • Economic Impact:

    • $651.9 million

  • Orange County has approved TOD overlay for area

    • Developing TOD plans

    • Mix of new development and redevelopment on the east side, including offices, ground floor retail and multi-family residential

    • Ultimate plan calls for development on station site and decked parking

    • Intermodal station stop with east-west light rail

    • Streetscape improvements to Orange Avenue and Sand Lake Road

SAND LAKE

ROAD


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sand lake road station


Osceola parkway station

ENTRANCE

osceola parkway station

  • Potential TOD Jobs:

    • 6,875

  • Economic Impact

    • $229 million

  • Tupperware revised DRI from light industrial to mixed used TOD

    • 1.4 million sf commercial

    • 200,000 sf retail

    • 2,500 multi-family units

    • 200-room hotel

  • Transit parking set back from station

  • Connections to eventual redevelopment of Wal-Mart plaza

OSCEOLA

PARKWAY


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