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2007 Marin Jobs Summit – Greening the North Bay. May 16, 2007 Doug Kimsey , MTC Planning Director. Traffic Congestion Persists. Marin County follows current regional trend Freeway delay has grown about 25% between 2001-05. Region and County Will Grow. Marin County. Region. thousands.

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2007 Marin Jobs Summit – Greening the North Bay

May 16, 2007

Doug Kimsey, MTC Planning Director


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Traffic Congestion Persists

  • Marin County follows current regional trend

  • Freeway delay has grown about 25% between 2001-05


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Region and County Will Grow

Marin County

Region

thousands

millions


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Commuters Crisscross Region

Counties and regional gateways daily trips will increase:

  • 25% increase in Marin County trips

  • 19% increase in Marin/Sonoma trips

  • 9% increase in GG Bridge trips


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Making the Down PaymentProjected 25-Year Revenues for Financially Constrained Element

  • $118 billion spending plan is primarily focused on maintaining and operating the existing transportation system


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More Potholes Ahead

  • $16.7 billion in roadway maintenance costs

  • $10.6 billion in revenues available as down payment

  • Results in $6.1 billion shortfall


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Keep Trains and Buses Humming

  • $16.7 billion in transit capital costs

  • $13.4 billion in revenues available as down payment

  • Results in $2.8 billion shortfall


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State Highways Showing Their Age

  • $14 billion in State highway maintenance costs

  • $7 billion in revenues available as down payment

  • Results in $7 billion shortfall


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Expand HOV/HOT Lane Network

  • Expand HOV build-out

  • Fund corridor Express bus or other ridesharing services

  • Provides “congestion insurance” giving solo drivers option to pay to bypass congestion

Under Study

Proposed HOV/HOT Network


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Regional HOT Network Costs & Revenue

1 Existing & Funded Network (2006$)*

  • Connected Network (2006$)


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Traffic Impacts of HOT Network (Compared to HOV-Only Network)

Peak Hour Performance

HOV/HOT Lanes Mixed Flow Lanes Total, All Lanes


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Resolution 3434: Bay Area’s Vision for Transit Expansion

  • MTC Resolution 3434 identifies new rail extensions, express buses, ferry services, and other enhancements

  • Success of these transit investments depends on many factors, including supportive land uses

  • Transit Expansion Needed to Meet Regional Population and Job Growth Projections

  • MTC adopted TOD policy in July 2005

  • MTC also committed $2.5 million to support partners in station area planning efforts


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Bay Area GHG Emission Contributors


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Bay Area Regional Agency Climate Protection Program

  • Establish Priorities

  • Increase Public Awareness and Motivate Action

  • Prepare to Adapt

  • Provide Assistance

  • Reduce Unnecessary Driving

  • Break Old Habits


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2007 Marin Jobs Summit – Greening the North Bay

Copies of this presentation can be downloaded from MTC’s website at:http://www.mtc.ca.gov


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