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CITIZENS’ ADVISORY COMMITTEE PRESENTATION Funding Transportation in the 21 st Century THE LANGUAGE (JARGON) OF THE TRANSPORTATION PLANNER OR WHAT IS HE TALKING ABOUT? D (state) DDR (state) DS (state) SEC 112 (federal) SEC 5303 (federal) SEC 5307 (federal) LF (local)

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CITIZENS’ ADVISORY COMMITTEE PRESENTATION

  • Funding Transportation in the 21st Century


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THE LANGUAGE (JARGON) OF THE TRANSPORTATION PLANNER

  • OR WHAT IS HE TALKING ABOUT?


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D (state)

DDR (state)

DS (state)

SEC 112 (federal)

SEC 5303 (federal)

SEC 5307 (federal)

LF (local)

NHS (federal)

PL (federal)

STP (federal)

XA (federal)

XU (federal)

ABBREVIATIONS FOR FUNDS


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THE STRUCTURE - how the dollars flow

  • FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1956

    - Provided authorizations for FY 1957 to 1969

    - Established Trust Fund to collect revenues to pay for the

    authorizations

  • HIGHWAY ACT OF 1962, amended 1965

    • 3 C’s planning process, mpo’s

    • UMTA, now FTA

  • ISTEA – 1991

  • TEA-21 – 1997

  • SAFETEA-LU - 2005


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SAFETEA-LU(SAFE, ACCOUNTABLE, FLEXIBLE, EFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION EQUITY ACT – A LEGACY FOR USERS)

  • Extended authorizations for FY 2005 to FY 2009

  • Extended Trust Fund through FY 2011


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SAFE, ACCOUNTABLE, FLEXIBLE, EFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION EQUITY ACT – A LEGACY FOR USERS (SAFETEA-LU)

  • Support economic vitality

  • Increase safety of the transportation system

  • Increase security of the transportation system

  • Increase accessibility and mobility of people and freight

  • Protect and enhance the environment

  • Enhance the integration and connectivity across and

    between modes of transportation

  • Promote efficient system management and operation

  • Emphasize the preservation of the existing

    transportation system


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18.4 CENTS

15.44 CENTS

0.1 CENTS

2.86 CENTS

Leaking Underground

Storage Tank Replacement

Highway Account

Mass Transit Account

FEDERAL GASOLINE TAX


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18.4 CENTS

15.44 CENTS

0.1 CENTS

2.86 CENTS

Leaking Underground

Storage Tank Replacement

Highway Account

Mass Transit Account

FEDERAL TAX ON 10% GASOHOL


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24.4 CENTS

21.44 CENTS

0.1 CENTS

2.86 CENTS

Leaking Underground

Storage Tank Replacement

Highway Account

Mass Transit Account

FEDERAL DIESEL TAX


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SAFETEA-LU– $252.6 BILLION ($244.1 BILLION AFTER RESCISSION) AUTHORIZED OVER 5 YEARS

  • HIGHWAYS - $193.1 Billion*

  • TRANSIT - $45.2 Billion

  • HIGHWAY & MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY - $5.8

    Billion

    (*Total Authorization Reduced by $8.5 Billion Rescission in Highways Category)


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FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROGRAM CATEGORIES

  • Interstate Maintenance *Projects of National &

  • Freight Intermodal Distribution Pilot Regional Significance

  • National Highway System *High Priority Projects

  • Bridge Program *Metropolitan Planning

  • Surface Transportation Program *Highways for LIFE

  • Congestion Management & Air Quality *Rail-Highway X-ing Hazard

  • Highway Safety Elimination

  • Coordinated Border Infrastructure *Highway Use Tax Evasion

  • Recreational Trails *Emergency Relief

  • Appalachian Development *Transportation, Community &

  • Safe Route to Schools System Preservation

  • Equity Bonus *Value Pilot Pricing

  • Federal Lands *National Historic Covered Bridge

  • National Corridor Infrastructure *Denali Access System

  • National Scenic Byways *Delta Region

  • Ferry Boats & Ferry Terminal Facilities *Truck Parking Facilities

  • Work Zone Safety *Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot

  • Future Strategic Highway Research Program


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FEDERAL FUNDING FY 2006(THE BIG ONES)

  • Interstate Maintenance (IM) - $4.96 Billion

  • National Highway System (NHS) - $6.0 Billion

  • Surface Transportation Program (STP) - $6.3 Billion

  • Bridge Program - $4.25 Billion

  • Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality (CMAQ) –

    $1.69 Billion

  • Highway Safety Improvement Program - $1.24 Billion

  • Transit - $8.6 Billion

  • High Priority Projects - $2.97 Billion

    TOTAL AUTHORIZATIONS = $38.56 Billion


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SAFETEA-

LU

$38.6 BILLION - 2006

NHS

STP

TRANSIT

$6 BILLION

$6.3 BILLION

$8.6 BILLION


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NHS

STP

TRANSIT

FLORIDA

FLORIDA

FLORIDA

$262.7 MILLION

$287.5 MILLION

+ Equity Bonus =

$406.5 MILLION

$240.8 MILLION


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NHS

STP

SET - ASIDES

ENHANCEMENTS =

($48.4 MILLION)

FDOT

DISTRICT V($52.5 M)

$358.1 MILLION

URBAN

AREAS (62.5%)

$223.8 MILLION

STATE (37.5%)

DISCRETIONARY

$134.3 MILLION

< 200,000

POPULATION

$61.7 MILLION

> 200,000

POPULATION

$162.1 MILLION

FDOT

DISTRICT V$26.9 MILLION

ORLANDO MPO

$16.2 MILLION


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METROPLAN

ORLANDO

$16.2 Million

($15.3 Million Programmed)

58%

Highways

30%

Transit

12%

Bike/Ped

$9.2 Million

$4.3 Million

$1.8 Million


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ORLANDO

(LYNX)

$17.7 Million Estimated

Apportionment

$16.6 Million

Sec. 5307,5340

$.3 Million

New Freedom

$.6 Million

Jobs Reverse

Commute

Bus Capital, O&M

Transit for Disabled

Urban Workers to

Suburban Jobs

Also: $.2 Million for Fixed Guideway Modernization


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18.4 CENTS

15.44 CENTS

0.1 CENTS

2.86 CENTS

Leaking Underground

Storage Tank Replacement

Highway Account

Mass Transit Account

FEDERAL GASOLINE TAX


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SAFETEA-LU(SAFE, ACCOUNTABLE, FLEXIBLE, EFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION EQUITY ACT – A LEGACY FOR USERS)

  • TOTAL AUTHORIZATION OF $38.56 BILLION FOR 2006

  • $244.1 BILLION AUTHORIZED OVER 5 YEARS


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Balance, beginning of FY 2005

Gross Income

Tax Refunds and Other Transfers

Net Income

Disbursements

Income less Disbursements

Balance, end of FY 2005

$ 10,805

$ 34,171

$ 1,262

$ 32,909

$ 33,121

- $ 212

$ 10,593

(In Millions of $)

FEDERAL TRUST FUND OPERATIONS FY 2005


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2006 STATE FUEL TAXES DISTRIBUTED TO FDOT

  • FUEL SALES TAX – 10.9 cents/gal

    - minimum of 15% dedicated for public transportation;

    - remainder for any legitimate state transportation purpose

  • STATE COMPREHENSIVE ENHANCED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM (SCETS TAX) – 6.0 cents/gal

    - established 1991 to replace failed implementation of Metropolitan

    Transportation Authorities

    - proceeds must be spent in transportation district and, to the extent

    feasible, in the county from which collected

    - we refer to SCETS as District Dedicated Revenue (DDR) funds


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2006 STATE FUEL TAXES DISTRIBUTED TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

  • CONSTITUTIONAL FUEL TAX – 2.0 cents/gal

    - acquisition, construction and maintenance of roads

    - first call on proceeds is to meet debt service requirements on local

    bond issues backed by the tax proceeds

    - balance is credited to counties’ transportation trust fund

  • COUNTY FUEL TAX – 1.0 cent/gal

    • same distributional formula as Constitutional Fuel Tax

      - can be used for any legitimate county transportation purpose

  • MUNICIPAL FUEL TAX – 1.0 cent/gal

    - proceeds are transferred into Revenue Sharing Trust Fund for

    Municipalities and joined with other non-transportation revenues

    - can be used for any legitimate municipal transportation purpose


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    2006 LOCAL FUEL TAXES

    • LOCAL OPTION FUEL TAX – 5.0 to 6.0 cents/gal

      - can be imposed by a majority vote of the board of county

      commissioners or countywide referendum

      - counties can share proceeds with municipalities based on

      interlocal agreement

    • ADDITIONAL LOCAL OPTION FUEL TAX – up to 5.0 cents/gal

      - requires extraordinary vote of the board of county commissioners

      or countywide referendum

      - counties can share proceeds with municipalities based on

      interlocal agreement

    • NINTH CENT FUEL TAX – 1 cent/gal

      - can be imposed by extraordinary vote of the board of county

      commissioners

      - counties can share proceeds with municipalities based on

      interlocal agreement


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    2006 LOCAL FUEL TAXES

    • LOCAL OPTION FUEL TAX – 5.0 to 6.0 cents/gal

      - all 67 Florida counties have implemented

      - Franklin and Union Counties have implemented 5 cents/gallon

    • ADDITIONAL LOCAL OPTION FUEL TAX – up to 5.0 cents/gal

      - 17 counties have implemented full 5 cents/gallon

      - Hardee and Hendry Counties have implemented 2 cents/gallon

      - Miami-Dade County has implemented 3 cents/gallon

      - None = Brevard, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter

      - Full 5 cents = Polk, Volusia

    • NINTH CENT FUEL TAX – 1 cent/gal

      - 47 counties have implemented 9th cent fuel tax

      - No = Brevard, Orange

      - Yes = Lake, Marion, Osceola, Polk, Seminole, Sumter, Volusia


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    IF IMPLEMENTED

    • ADDITIONAL LOCAL OPTION FUEL TAX – up to 5.0 cents/gal

      - ORANGE = $5.5 Million per 1 cent

      $27.5 Million per 5 cents

      - OSCEOLA = $1.5 Million per 1 cent

      $7.5 Million per 5 cents

      - SEMINOLE = $1.9 Million per 1 cent

      $9.5 Million per 5 cents

    • NINTH CENT FUEL TAX – 1 cent/gal

      - ORANGE = $5.5 Million


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    WAIT, WE’RE NOT DONE YET!

    • THERE ARE OTHER STATEWIDE REVENUE SOURCES FOR TRANSPORTATION


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    STATE AVIATION FUEL TAX


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    STATE MOTOR VEHICLE FEES

    • Motor Vehicle License Fees

    • Initial Registration Fee

    • Vehicle Title Fee

    • Rental Car Surcharge


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    MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE FEES


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    INITIAL REGISTRATION FEE

    • Known originally as the “New Wheels on the Road” fee

    • Designed to affect only those vehicle owners who add to the state’s vehicle stock

    • $100 Fee - 100% to the State Transportation Trust Fund


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    MOTOR VEHICLE TITLE FEE


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    RENTAL CAR SURCHARGE


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    STATE TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND


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    PRIORITIES FOR USE OF STATE TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND

    • 1. Match Federal Dollars Available to Florida

    • 2. District Dedicated Revenues Match XU Funds

    • 3. Non-Product Funding – Administration and Maintenance of

      FDOT

    • 4. In-House Product Support (DIH) – Preliminary Engineering,

      Right-of-Way support, Construction Engineering

      supervision (CEI) and Materials testing

    • 5. Needs-Based Program Funding – Maintenance, State

      Planning, PTO (public transportation)

    • 6. Allocate Residual to Non-Resurfacing DS – New

      Construction


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    For more information, call Dave Grovdahl at 407-481-5672 x312.


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