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Florida Department Of Transportation District IV. Office of Modal Development Commuter Choices 2004 Summit. District 4 Highlights . Work Program Goal & Objectives Overview of Commuter Choice Organizations Highlights of Accomplishments & Results Challenges & Opportunities.

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florida department of transportation district iv

Florida Department Of Transportation District IV

Office of Modal Development

Commuter Choices

2004 Summit

district 4 highlights
District 4 Highlights
  • Work Program Goal & Objectives
  • Overview of Commuter Choice Organizations
  • Highlights of Accomplishments & Results
  • Challenges & Opportunities
district 4 commuter choice work program goal
District 4 Commuter ChoiceWork Program Goal
  • To Increase Utilization of Alternative modes of Transportation in South Florida
district 4 commuter choice objectives
District 4 Commuter Choice Objectives
  • Increased awareness of Regional Program
  • Employer Outreach
  • Co-op partnerships with transit agencies, major private & public businesses
  • Continued support of Transportation Management Initiatives & Associations.
overview of organizations involved in commuter choice efforts
Overview of Organizations Involved in Commuter Choice Efforts

Regional Commuter Assistance Program: South Florida Commuter Services for D4 & D6

    • Miami Dade, Broward, Palm Beach Counties

Transportation Management Associations (TMA’s)

    • Downtown Fort Lauderdale,
    • South Florida Educational Center -Davie campus
  • Transportation Management Initiatives
    • City of West Palm Beach
  • Local Partnerships
    • Ongoing relationships with our regional transit agencies and regional vanpool program
district 4 commuter choice key accomplishments
District 4 Commuter ChoiceKey Accomplishments
  • Extended the vanpools program from Miami-Dade to Palm Beach County
  • Created Spanish & Creole collateral materials for targeted market
  • Increased in rideshare sign ups at T-Day events
  • Increased the rideshare database by 62% from Year 2 to Year 3
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Highlights of Products and Services Offered

  • March 2004- roll out of New Rideshare Software-Ridepro provided instantaneous online matching. Major media efforts were done.
  • Results
    • We reached over 14 million households
    • SFCS sponsorship boards appeared 240X during the traffic reports for March
    • A total of 354 :30 television spots aired
    • Ch. 10 Vacation giveaway to Mexico:
    • 150,000 website ads appeared for the month of March
2003 2004 highlights
2003-2004 Highlights
  • RidePro Campaign
  • Dolphin’s Campaign
  • Ethnic RidePro Campaign
  • Hybrid Co-Op Campaign
  • 2nd Annual TLA Awards
  • Website Update
  • Employer Packet Revamp
  • E-Newsletter
  • Vanpool Campaign
  • Transit Partnerships
  • Outreach Efforts
hybrid co op campaign overall sign ups
Hybrid Co-Op CampaignOverall Sign-Ups

This graph reflects the number of overall registrations and number of ride match requests as of 10/31/04. 6,984 registrations have been received thus far and 5,069 have requested a ride match.

district 4 commuter choice other efforts
District 4 Commuter Choice Other Efforts

Local Partnership Campaign

  • SFCS held cooperative efforts with Regional Transit Agencies-Broward County Transit, Tri-Rail, Miami Dade Transit and Palm Tran
transportation management associations key accomplishments
Transportation Management Associations Key Accomplishments
  • Downtown Fort Lauderdale TMA acquired $2 million in CMAQ funds for Clean Air Cooperative efforts to convert current shuttles.

South Florida Education Center TMA- Received CMAQ funding for an internal campus shuttle and local community shuttle route.

    • Resulted in major increased in ridership within 18 months of operation.
district 4 highlights transportation leadership awards
District 4 HighlightsTransportation Leadership Awards
  • Highlights
  • Hosted by Mark Schumacher, Channel 10 morning anchorman
  • Guest Speaker Winston Scott-Former NASA Astronaut
  • TLA Winners & Special leaders in TDM
program trend analysis
Program Trend Analysis

Commuter Costs Saved(millions)

Vehicle Trips Eliminated

Vehicle Miles Eliminated(millions)

1,400,000

1,200,000

6

18.0

16.0

1,000,000

5

14.0

12.0

800,000

4

10.0

600,000

3

8.0

6.0

400,000

2

4.0

1

200,000

2.0

0.0

0

0

00-01

Yr 1

Yr 2

Yr 3

00-01

Yr 1

Yr 2

Yr 3

00-01

Yr 1

Yr 2

Yr 3

district 4 commuter choice
District 4 Commuter Choice
  • Where do we go from here?
district 4 commuter choice challenges opportunities
District 4 Commuter ChoiceChallenges & Opportunities
  • Opportunities:
    • Expanding of CAP to Northern counties
    • Implementing of TDM measures for -Transit Oriented Developments, Developments Regional Impact, Congestion Management Systems
  • Challenges-
    • Obtaining TDM funding for the Northern counties
    • Identifying ongoing funding for existing Shuttles services after CMAQ funding runs out
commuter choice efforts for the new year
Commuter Choice Efforts For the New Year

Pilot School pool program in Palm Beach

  • Boca Elementary & Tradewinds Middle
  • High media coverage Results -10 schools interested in participating
d 4 commuter choice efforts for the new year
D 4 Commuter Choice Efforts for the New Year
  • I-95 HOV Improvements Roll out July 2005
    • Major public awareness campaign
      • From 2 to 4 hours bi-directional during peak hour commute in Broward & Palm Beach counties (24 hours in Miami-Dade county)
    • Truck lane restriction
    • Re-introduction of ILEV program
    • ITS along I-95 corridor
d 4 commuter choice efforts for the new year21
D 4 Commuter Choice Efforts for the New Year
  • Targeting Major Employers -Universities &Hospitals
  • Implementing transportation option programs
  • Establishing shuttle services, preferential carpool
summary
Summary
  • We intend to-
    • Continue integrating TDM measures as apart of the daily lifestyle of commuters and visitors of the South Florida region.

Thank You!

district 4 contact information
District 4 Contact Information
  • Mobility Manager: Jeff Weidner
    • 954-777-4370
  • Transportation Demand Coordinator : Corine Williams
    • 954-777-4491
  • Employee Transportation Coordinator: Lisa Peterson
    • 954-777-4490
  • DFLTMA: Paul Carpenter, Executive Director
    • 954-761-3543
  • SFECTMA: Larry Penso, Executive Director
    • 954-262-8847
  • South Florida Commuter Services: James Udvardy
    • 800-234-RIDE
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