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Developing a Project Tradeoff Framework. Silicon Valley Leadership Group May 5, 2008. What is a Regional Transportation Plan?. 25-year long range plan Guides transportation policies and investments for nine-county region Financially constrained (expenditures must match projected revenues)

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Developing a Project Tradeoff Framework

Silicon Valley Leadership Group

May 5, 2008


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What is a Regional Transportation Plan?

  • 25-year long range plan

  • Guides transportation policies and investments for nine-county region

  • Financially constrained (expenditures must match projected revenues)

  • Projects must be in the plan to receive state and federal funds


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Growth

  • Nearly 2 million more people

  • 1.8 million new jobs

  • Need for over 700,000 new homes

  • A tripling in freight volumes


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Commuters Crisscross Region

Counties and regional gateways daily trips will increase:

  • 35% increase in regional trips

  • Interregional Gateways fastest growing – 65% to 125%


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Challenges Ahead

  • Keep our roads and transit in good repair

  • Squeeze more efficiency out of our system

  • Build new infrastructure where needed

  • Support FOCUS communities

  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions and respond to warming impacts already in motion

  • Harness power of the market place and cutting-edge technology

  • Make equitable investments for all Bay Area residents


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T-2035 Committed Funds($194 billion total)


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Uncommitted Regional Discretionary Funds (escalated $ in billions)

$30 billion total


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Available Revenues vs. Project Requests(escalated $ in billions)


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Potential Investment Theme Approaches

3 E’s

Equity

Environment

Economy

Goals

Maintenance/

Safety/

Security

Reliability/

Efficient Freight

(Congestion Reduction)

Clean Air/

Climate Protection

Access/

Focused Growth

Clean Air/

Climate Protection


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Potential High Priority Projects by Theme(Illustrative – not an exhaustive listing)

Goals

Potential Projects


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Maintenance Investment Assumptions:

High: Roads- MTS Pavement/non-Pave.

Transit- Score 16+ Signif. RTIP funds used for maint.

Medium: Roads- MTS Pavement only

Transit- Vehicle Focus Some RTIP may be needed

for maint.

Low: Roads- Arterial Pavement Only

Transit- Vehicle focus (extended life) No RTIP needed for maint.


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T-2030 vs. T-2035 ShortfallsTransit Score 16+ and MTS Road Pavement/Non-Pavement(Escalated $ in billions)


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Freeway Operations

Capital cost: $1.3 billion

  • Complete ramp metering and traffic operations system

  • Limited carpool lane gap closures

  • Complete traffic signal coordination

  • Maintenance and replacement


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Regional HOT Network


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Resolution 3434 Update


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What is FOCUS?

  • Local-regional partnership

  • Voluntary and incentive-based

  • Priority Development Areas

    • Compact growth in existing communities

    • About 50 jurisdictions

    • 395,000 additional housing units by 2035

    • 45% of projected regional growth

  • Priority Conservation Areas

    • Regionally significant open spaces

    • Broad consensus for protection

    • Target for short-term public investment


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TLC Program and PDAs


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Transportation 2035 Schedule


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For more information:www.mtc.ca.gov


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