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Florida Department of Transportation

Florida Rail Planning & Freight

AASHTO/SCORT Fall MeetingEd Lee, Administrator Rail Planning/Safety

September 20, 2010

florida rail system plan
Florida Rail System Plan
  • Recently completed development of the Florida Rail System Plan
  • Most comprehensive plan to date
    • Policy Element (adopted March 2009)
      • Sets overall goals/objectives for rail
      • Defines specific FDOT actions
    • Investment Element (currently in public review)
      • Reviews system components/characteristics
      • Identifies and prioritizes needs
      • Discusses funding for rail priorities
florida rail system plan cont
Florida Rail System Plan (cont.)
  • Extensive stakeholder involvement
    • Rail Stakeholder Advisory Committee
    • Needs survey instrument
  • Identified $50.4 Billion in needs over the next 20+ years
    • $3.1B in freight needs
    • $47.3B in passenger needs
      • $46.5B in new service needs
  • Current FDOT 2011-2015 Work Program includes $1.6B in funding for rail
  • http://www.dot.state.fl.us/rail/plandevel.shtm
florida freight system improvements
Florida Freight System Improvements
  • Florida is making major investments in improving freight capacity around the state
    • Strategic Intermodal System
      • System of roadways, railroads, seaports, and airports of statewide and regional significance
      • Focus on bottleneck elimination, bringing shortlines up to 286k standard operation, improving intermodal connectivity
    • Statewide Rail Initiative
      • Part of FDOT/CSX agreements
florida s strategic intermodal system
Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System
  • FCRR - $1.7M
  • NS - $5.6M
  • BAYL - $6.1M
  • FNOR - $3.0M
  • FCEN - $7.2M
  • FEC - $45.4M
  • SWFRC - $6.9M
  • SCFE - $13.9M
  • SFRTA - $6.6M
  • Public Private Partnerships Leveraging $96.4M into $131.5M of Projects
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Statewide Rail Initiative

  • $150M Rail Corridor Purchase
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Statewide Rail Initiative

  • $150M Rail Corridor Purchase
  • $23M Taft Yard Relocation
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Statewide Rail Initiative

  • $150M Rail Corridor Purchase
  • $23M Taft Yard Relocation
  • $198M “S” Line Improvements
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Statewide Rail Initiative

  • $150M Rail Corridor Purchase
  • $23M Taft Yard Relocation
  • $198M “S” Line Improvements
  • $52M Statewide Improvement Plan
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Statewide Rail Initiative

  • $150M Rail Corridor Purchase
  • $23M Taft Yard Relocation
  • $198M “S” Line Improvements
  • $52M Statewide Improvement Plan
  • $9M Supporting Road for New Terminal
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Statewide Rail Initiative

  • $150M Rail Corridor Purchase
  • $23M Taft Yard Relocation
  • $198M “S” Line Improvements
  • $52M Statewide Improvement Plan
  • $9M Supporting Road for New Terminal
  • Five New Grade Separations
    • Congestion mitigation/safety for motoring public
freight rail investment
Freight Rail Investment
  • Effective state investment in Florida’s freight rail system is critical for:
    • Minimizing ever-growing truck volumes on our highways
    • Supporting shared passenger/freight corridor development
  • Spending public funds on freight rail is a sound investment
    • Average B/C for Florida investments: 21:1
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