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Connecticut Strategic Transportation Plan. June 19, 2014. Stakeholder Council Meetings Round One Cromwell, Connecticut. Agenda. Update of the Statewide Transportation Plan Why we are here About the Plan (Outcomes, Process, Roles)

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Connecticut strategic transportation plan

Connecticut Strategic Transportation Plan

June 19, 2014

Stakeholder Council Meetings

Round One

Cromwell, Connecticut


Agenda

Agenda

  • Update of the Statewide Transportation Plan

    • Why we are here

    • About the Plan (Outcomes, Process, Roles)

    • Outreach Conducted to Date (Interviews, Questionnaire, Poll, Workshop)

    • Draft Vision and Goals

    • Questions?

  • Transportation in Connecticut - Overview

    • The system

    • Overview of issues

    • Questions?

  • Orientation for Breakout Sessions


Why we are here stakeholder councils each has its own breakout session

Why We Are Here - Stakeholder Councils(each has its own breakout session)


Your role today

Your Role Today


Highlights of transformct

Highlights of TransformCT

  • 50 year vision plan

    • Multi-modal

    • Performance Based

  • Financially constrained, first 10 years

  • 63 engagements

  • Open houses

  • Focus groups

  • Issue forums

  • Website


Connecticut strategic transportation plan

MindMixer Activity


About the plan process

About the Plan - Process


Transformct in 5 phases

TransformCT in 5 Phases

We are here

  • Build a Vision

  • Iterative Process

  • Establish Baseline and Forecast

    • Existing conditions & needs

    • Revenue Forecasts

    • Needs

  • Economic Tradeoffs

    • Which investments?

    • How do we pay?

    • Return on investments

  • Evaluate & Prioritize Options

  • Develop Strategies for implementation


Connecticut s family of plans

Connecticut’s Family of Plans


Plan timeline

Plan Timeline


Transformct survey

TransformCT Survey

  • 1,000 households

  • February-March 2014

    • 19 minute survey asking

      • Satisfaction with Services

      • What facilities and services used

      • Condition and performance of system

      • Improvement needs

      • Willingness to pay


Overall satisfaction levels

Overall Satisfaction Levels


Pavement condition

Pavement Condition


Congestion

Congestion


Potential investments

Potential Investments


Important future initiatives

Important Future Initiatives


New infrastructure vs maintenance

New Infrastructure vs. Maintenance

  • 14%

  • 38%

  • Increase % spent on new infrastructure & reduce % spent on maintaining existing infrastructure

  • Increase% spent on maintaining existing infrastructure and reduce% spent on new infrastructure

  • Keep portions the same as now46%


Highways vs public transportation

Highways vs. Public Transportation

  • 18%

  • 32%

  • Increase the portion it spends on public transportation and reduce the portion it spends on highways and other things

  • Increase the portion it spends on highways and reduce the portion it spends on public transportationand other things

  • Keep portions the same as now48%


Funding transportation improvements

Funding Transportation Improvements


Selected issues from outreach

Selected Issues – From Outreach

Congestion

Maintenance

Safety


Issues cont d

Issues (Cont’d)

Public Transportation

Freight

Land Use


Issues cont d1

Issues (Cont’d)

  • Non-motorized transportation

  • Reliance on Federal dollars

  • Mega projects on horizon

  • Connections to NYC and Boston


Draft goals and objectives

Draft Goals and Objectives

  • Infrastructure Condition

  • Safe and Secure Travel


Draft goals and objectives cont

Draft Goals and Objectives (cont.)

  • Economic Vitality

  • Environmental Sustainability


Draft goals and objectives cont1

Draft Goals and Objectives (cont.)

  • CTDOT Organizational Excellence


Draft goals and objectives cont2

Draft Goals and Objectives (cont.)

  • Transportation Equity


Trends population

Trends – Population


Trends employment and output

Trends – Employment and Output

Employment

Output

Manufacturing

Education & Healthcare

Business & Prof. Services

Finance, Insurance & Real Estate

Arts & Entertainment

Finance, Insurance & Real Estate

Business & Prof. Services

Education & Healthcare

Manufacturing

Construction

Arts & Entertainment

Construction


Connecticut strategic transportation plan

Trends – Federal and State Fiscal Trends


Other trends influencers

Other Trends/Influencers

  • Construction Costs/Sea level rise

  • Energy Costs/Supply

  • Autonomous Vehicles/Vehicle Technology

  • Generational Preferences


Break out sessions

Break Out Sessions

  • Validate vision statement

  • Validate and prioritize plan challenges

    • Your focus area and overall

  • Discussion of trends that will impact Connecticut’s future

  • What is the transportation system of 2043

  • Economic group – Economic scenarios

  • Report back


Thank you

Thank You!

  • www.TransformCT.org

  • Tom Maziarz @ [email protected]

  • David Elder, AICP @ [email protected]


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