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GGM is a Big-Tent Organization…. ….With Top-Level Leadership. Honorary Co-Chairs Joe Leonard – Chairman, AirTran; Chairman, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Transportation Policy Committee

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with top level leadership
….With Top-Level Leadership

Honorary Co-Chairs

  • Joe Leonard – Chairman, AirTran; Chairman, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Transportation Policy Committee
  • Kessel D. Stelling – President and Chief Operating Officer, Bank of North Georgia; Chairman, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
  • Charles Tarbutton – Assistant Vice President, Sandersville Railroad Company; Chairman, Georgia Chamber of Commerce

Steering Committee

  • Lee Biola – Citizens for Progressive Transit
  • Jerry Griffin – Association County Commissioners of Georgia
  • George Israel – Georgia Chamber of Commerce
  • Mike Kenn – Georgians for Better Transportation
  • Stephen Loftin – Regional Business Coalition
  • Steve Parks – Georgia Highway Contractors Association
  • Bobby Vickery – C.W. Matthews Contracting Co.
  • Sam A. Williams – Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
slide3

We Have a Problem of Prosperity

Percent Growth

Percent Growth

Source: GDOT

slide4

State Motor Fuel Revenues Continue to Decline

$5.3 Billion

$7.7 Billion

$6.2 Billion *

slide5

With the continuing rise in cost of highway and street construction, new projects will cost more than originally budgeted

1987 = 100

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

US Producer Price Index for Highway & Street Construction

slide6

Increasing Costs in GDOT Right of Way

Make 2003 note small

Source: Georgia DOT

Source: GDOT (actual 2003 costs were unavailable)

slide7

Is the Federal Motor Fuel Tax running out of gas?

18.3¢

Inflation and improved fuel efficiency combine to erode the buying power of the current motor fuel tax because it is levied per gallon. (1)

(1) Paying for Roads – New Technology for an Old Dilemma – Paul Sorensen and Brian Taylor

(2) (Source: AASHTO, June 2007, Report on Long-Term Financing Needs for Surface Transportation)

Between 1993 and 2015, purchasing value from the Federal Motor Fuel Tax revenue will have decreased by 70% (2)

5.5¢

1993

2000

2007

2015

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Annual Transportation Spending Per Capita

Source: GDOT & GBT

Note: Amounts shown are adjusted for inflation

roadway pavement deterioration
Roadway Pavement Deterioration

2006 Ratings

2013 Ratings

Fair, Poor, Bad

37%

Fair, Poor, Bad

84%

Excellent, Good

16%

Excellent, Good

63%

Comparison

2006 – 846 miles or 4.7% state route resurfaced – cost of $144 M

1996 – 1,255 miles or 7% state route resurfaced – cost of $110 M

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