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Loudoun County Board of Supervisors February 15, 2011 Meeting Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. ______________________________________________________________ OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICES. Phase 2 Milestones. July 2009: Issued RFP for Phase 2 Preliminary Engineering

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Loudoun County

Board of Supervisors

February 15, 2011 Meeting

Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project

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OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION SERVICES


Phase 2 milestones

Phase 2 Milestones

  • July 2009: Issued RFP for Phase 2 Preliminary Engineering

  • January 2010: Commence Phase 2 Preliminary Engineering

  • February 2011*: Phase 2 Preliminary Engineering Completed

  • MAY/JUNE 2011 * – Final Opportunity for BOS to OPT OUT of the Dulles Metrorail Project

  • Summer 2011*: Issue RFP for Phase 2 Design Build Contract

  • January 2012*: Issue NTP to Phase 2 Design-Build Contractors

  • December 2016*: Full Project Substantial Completion; Commence Service to Route 772

* Upon completion of Phase 2 preliminary engineering, the Airports Authority has the ability to adjust the Phase 2 milestones.

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Illustrative FY17 Annual Metrorail / Bus Transit / Other Current Gas Tax Expenditures 1

Discretionary

1 This analysis does not include debt service for Loudoun’s portion of the construction costs, nor does it reflect potential General Fund revenues resulting from an increase in higher value development around the transit nodes.

2 This figure is a projection provided by NVTC that assumes no real increase in gasoline tax revenue from FY11.

3 This cost is from the Constrained Long Range Plan (CLRP) and is based on the current transit service model, increase based on historic growth factors.

4 This figure assumes the same level of fare recovery that is experienced today. This may change based on a modified service model.

5 This table includes contributions to the Towns of Leesburg and Purcellville, Revenue Sharing Roadway Projects and VRT, etc.

Special Note: The Discretionary Table refers to those programs and projects that the Board of Supervisors can fund at its discretion.


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Next Steps

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Metro’s Service Zone currently comprises Montgomery County and Prince George’s County in Maryland; Alexandria, Arlington County, Fairfax, Fairfax County, Falls Church, and Loudoun County in Virginia; and the District of Columbia.

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WMATA HISTORY & STRUCTURE

In November 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a bill to create WMATA. Later that month, the Governors of Maryland and Virginia and Commissioners of the District of Columbia signed the WMATA Compact, an interstate agreement to plan, develop, finance, and cause to be operated a comprehensive mass transit system for the Washington Metropolitan area. In 1967, WMATA was officially born.

  • Signatories – There are three Signatories to the Compact: the State of Maryland, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the District of Columbia. They may amend the Compact with the consent of Congress.

  • Appointing Authorities – There are four Appointing Authorities in the Compact: for Maryland, the Washington Suburban Transit Commission (WSTC); for Virginia, the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC); for the District of Columbia, the Council of the District of Columbia; and for the federal government, the General Services Administration. Each authority independently appoints two primary members and two alternate members to the WMATA Board. These entities have different criteria for appointing members to the WMATA Board.

    • The WSTC appoints its primary and alternate WMATA Board members from among its membership. Traditionally, WSTC members appointed by the Governor are appointed as the two primary WMATA Board members. WSTC members appointed by Montgomery County and Prince George’s County are appointed as the WMATA alternates. WSTC’s membership is composed of seven members—two are chosen by Montgomery County, two are chosen by Prince George's County, and three are chosen by the Governor with advice and consent from the State Senate.

    • The NVTC appoints its primary and alternate WMATA Board members from among its membership. Traditionally, NVTC members from Arlington County and Fairfax County serve as the primary WMATA Board members, while NVTC members from Alexandria and Fairfax County serve as the WMATA alternates. NVTC’s membership is mandated by state statute to comprise 20 state and local elected officials plus one member appointed by the State Secretary of Transportation.

    • The D.C. Council traditionally appoints one elected official from among its membership and one appointed official from the Mayor’s administration to serve as its primary WMATA Board members. The same arrangement is used for its alternate members.

    • The General Services Administration appoints primary members and alternates to serve on the WMATA Board for the federal government. One of the primary members must be a regular passenger and customer of WMATA’s bus or rail service. Two of these positions are currently unfilled.

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