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Iowa in Motion. Iowa’s Plan Process Phased Approach Part 1 -current conditions -issues -elements. Part 11 -alternatives development -analysis/review Part 111 - alternatives selection:draft plan -final state transportation plan approval Part 1V

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Iowa in motion

Iowa in Motion

  • Iowa’s Plan Process

  • Phased Approach

  • Part 1

    -current conditions

    -issues

    -elements


Iowa in motion

  • Part 11

    -alternatives development

    -analysis/review

  • Part 111

    - alternatives selection:draft plan

    -final state transportation plan approval

  • Part 1V

    -implementation plans development


Iowa s changing transportation needs

Iowa’s Changing Transportation Needs

  • Population

  • Employment

  • Travel


Primary highway system

Primary Highway System

  • Interstates

  • CIN

  • Area development routes

  • Access routes

  • Local service


Investment alternatives

Investment Alternatives

  • Benchmark

  • Reduced spending

  • Resource conservation

  • Expansion/development

  • Economic/urban focus

  • Rural focus


Summary of interstate accomplishments by the year 2020

Summary of Interstate Accomplishments by the year 2020

  • Preserve 252 miles

  • Rebuild 458 miles

  • Capacity/operational improvements-71miles

  • Repair or replace 1,000 bridges and culverts

    1995 2020

  • Sufficiency Rating 88 85

  • Vehicle Miles of Travel5,790 9,384

    (millions)


Summary of interstate accomplishments by the year 20201

Summary of Interstate Accomplishments by the year 2020

  • Preserve 483 miles

  • Rebuid 113 miles

  • Capacity improvements

    Four-lane566 miles

    Super-2969 miles

  • New location improvements - 376 miles

  • Repair or replace 2,000 bridges and culverts

  • Eliminate narrow roadways - 39 miles

  • Evaluate 34 rail/highway at-grade crossings

    1995 2020

  • Sufficiency Rating 64 80

  • Vehicle Miles of Travel4,219 7,458

    (millions)


Summary of other primary highway accomplishments by the year 2020

Summary of other primary Highway Accomplishments by the year 2020

  • Preserve 3,678 miles

  • Rebuid 1,157 miles

  • Capacity improvements

    Four-lane70 miles

    Super-280 miles

  • New location improvements - 31 miles

  • Repair or replace 3,750 bridges and culverts

  • Eliminate narrow roadways - 39 miles

  • Evaluate narrow roadways - 1,871 miles

    1995 2020

  • Sufficiency Rating 64 63

  • Vehicle Miles of Travel6,201 8,794

    (millions)


Iowa in motion average1996 2020 approximate perentage of plan costs by system

Iowa in Motion Average1996-2020Approximate Perentage of Plan Costs by System


Investment summary highway bridges average investment mile year

Investment SummaryHighway/BridgesAverage Investment/Mile/Year


Investment summary highway bridges miles with no improvement over 25 years

Investment SummaryHighway/BridgesMiles with no-Improvement over 25 Years

Priority on higher level systems


Iowa in motion

Recommended Improvement Investment GuidelinesApproximate Percentage of Available funding by Improvement Category


Annual iowa dot highway program in millions

Annual Iowa DOT Highway Program ($ in millions)

Federal includes obligation limits no special projects

State RUTF

$409

$141

Maintenance

Operations

U-STEP, C-STEP

Rail Crossing

Contracts Maintenance

Bridge Painting

$550

$234

Minus

Formula funds available for construction work

$316

ISTEADoes not include special projectsISTEA - 92.5%, TEA-21 - 88%obligation


Annual iowa dot highway program in millions1

Annual Iowa DOT Highway Program ($ in millions)

Federal includes obligation limits no special projects

State RUTF

$409

$475

$141

$194

$550

$669

Maintenance

Operations

U-STEP, C-STEP

Rail Crossing

Contracts Maintenance

Bridge Painting

$234

$272

Minus

Formula funds available for construction work

$316/$397

ISTEA/TEA21 Does not include special projects ISTEA - 92.5%, TEA-21 - 88%obligation


Planning and project development

Planning and Project Development

Replaces the 16 metropolitan and 23 statewide

planning factors with seven broad factors or

strategies which will:

  • support economic vitality;

  • increase safety;

  • increase accessibility and mobility;

  • protect and enhance the environment;


Planning and project development1

Planning and Project Development

  • enhance the connectivity and integration between modes;

  • promote efficient system management and operation; and

  • emphasize the preservation of the existing system.


Planning and project development2

Planning and Project Development

Metric Conversion

  • Removed a requirement that federal-aid highway projects use the metric system.


Research and intelligent transportation systems its

Research and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)

  • $603 million for research, training and standards development.

  • $482 million for acceleration of integration and inter-operability, metro and rural.

  • $184 million for deployment of commercial vehicle ITS.


Highway safety programs

Highway Safety Programs

  • Two programs were established which impose sanctions on states to encourage states to enact state laws dealing with:

    • open alcohol containers in vehicles and

    • penalties for repeat OWI offenders.


Highway safety programs1

Highway Safety Programs

  • Three incentive programs were established which provide additional funding for states to encourage:

    • increased seat belt usage in the state,

    • enactment of a law that provides for a .08 percent BAC drunk driving standard, and

    • improvement to highway safety data collection and accessibility.


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