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  1. Linking Planning and Programming New Direction for Investment Decisions ADOT P2P Link Arizona League of Cities and Towns August 21, 2014 1

  2. To create a performance-based process that links planning to programming P2P Link Goal transparent, defensible, logical, reproducible 2

  3. A New Way of Doing Business 3

  4. A Healthy Transportation System 4

  5. Linking Planning to Programming 5

  6. Pavement Condition Bridge Condition MAP-21 Safety Congestion Freight MAP-21 Performance Goal Areas Focus of Initial System Performance Reporting Effort 6

  7. ADOT Non-Interstate Pavement Condition ADOT Interstate Pavement Condition Pavement Condition - Statewide 7

  8. Bridge Condition – % SD (Deck Area) Bridge Condition Index Bridge Condition - Statewide 8

  9. Safety 9

  10. Annual Hours of Delay (AHD)—Travel time above a congestion threshold (defined by State DOTs and MPOs) in units of vehicle -hours of delay on Interstate and NHS corridors • Reliability Index (RI80)—The Reliability Index is defined as the ratio of the 80th percentile travel time to the agency-determined threshold travel time Congestion / Freight 10

  11. June April - June Who: MPD What: Perform System Assessment July - August Who: System Review Teams (Districts, MPOs, COGs and ADOT Technical Groups) What: Review System Assessment September - October Who: Districts, MPOs, COGs, and ADOT Technical Group What: Project Nominations November Who: Investment Category Teams What: Project Ranking December - February Who: ADOT Leadership (MPD, ITD, FMS, ECD) What: Risk-Based Scenarios Review and Project Selection for 10-Yr Program March - May Who: PPAC What: Share Tentative 10-Yr Program and Obtain Feedback June Who: State Transportation Board What: Approval Annual Program Update 11

  12. Questions? ADOT P2P Link ADOT P2P Draft Final Report: http://www.azdot.gov/planning/ Thank you! 12

  13. State Highway Fund Allocation 13

  14. Key Commerce Corridors August 21, 2014 John Halikowski Director Arizona Department of Transportation

  15. Creating a Strong Economy KEY COMMERCE CORRIDORS

  16. Arizona’s Advantage • Proximity to major consumer markets • Available, skilled workforce for export-focused base industries • Migration of businesses away from California • A place where people want to live, work, and play KEY COMMERCE CORRIDORS

  17. The 20-year Plan • Enhance connections to major domestic markets in Southern California and central Texas • Improve commercial flow with emerging market in Mexico (ports of entry, proposed I-11) • $20 billion over 20 years for corridors, ports of entry, bridges KEY COMMERCE CORRIDORS

  18. Transportation and Trade Corridor Alliance • Double Trade with Global Markets by 2025 • Maximize Location • Create Alignment • Seize Opportunity KEY COMMERCE CORRIDORS

  19. Key Commerce Corridors: What do they mean to you?