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The Road to New Hampshire's Future. Transportation Funding . Overview/summary Operational deficit Preservation and Maintenance Capital needs. 1,605 permanent employees (FY14) – 22% steady decrease since 1992 Responsible for: 2,143 State Bridges State Red List – 140 (7%)

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transportation funding
Transportation Funding
  • Overview/summary
  • Operational deficit
  • Preservation and Maintenance
  • Capital needs
key facts about dot

1,605 permanent employees (FY14) – 22% steady decrease since 1992

  • Responsible for:
  • 2,143 State Bridges
    • State Red List – 140 (7%)
    • State Near Red List – 261
  • 1,685 Municipal Bridges
    • Municipal Red List – 353 (21%)
    • All bridges are inspected at least once every two years
    • State red list bridges are inspected twice every year
    • Municipal red list bridges are inspected once every year
  • 4,559 centerline miles of roadway maintained (additional 290 town maintained)
  • 8,868 lane-miles of roadway maintained
    • Annual paving totals 200-300 miles per year (40,000 tons asphalt)
    • Maintain 100,000 highway signs

Key Facts About DOT

dot funding sources
DOT FUNDING SOURCES

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  • Highway Fund (road toll tax a.k.a. gas tax, motor vehicle fees, court fees, misc.) $260 m/ year)
    • -$48 m deficit FY16, -$105 m FY17 Operating Budget
  • Federal Aid ($143 m/year) – Capital Budget
  • General Funds: Aeronautics, Rail, Transit ($900,000/year)
  • Turnpike Fund: Turnpikes only (subject to covenants to bondholders): $117m/year tolls
one time non sustainable operating funding
One-time Non-Sustainable Operating Funding
  • FY 06-07 Surplus from Highway Fund
  • FY 08-09 Bonding $60m
  • FY 10-11 Registration Surcharge $90m

I-95 Transfer $50m

  • FY 12-13 I-95 Transfer $52m
  • FY 14 -15 I-95 Transfer $30m
  • FY 16 -17 Deficit -$48m & - $105m
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VMT 29% increase

11% increase lane miles

20% less # positions

57% of Staff eligible for retirement in next 5 years

economic impact of maintenance
Economic Impact of Maintenance
  • 40% expenditures Highway Maintenance are expended solely for Snow & Ice control yearly

$32-$42 million/year FY 2012 = $32 million

  • Studies have shown that if a state was to “shut down” due to a Snow and & Ice event, economic impacts could be between $64 million (UT) and $700 million (NY) DAILY. Massachusetts had an estimated daily loss of $265 million

(2011 American Highway Users Alliance study)

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Average Price of Asphalt Cement 1992 to 2012

  • The cost of asphalt cement increased 460% over this period
  • Diesel, gasoline, road salt increases…..
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Statewide Pavement Condition

(4,559 total centerline miles 299 unrated)

  • 19 % good condition - 828 miles
  • 44 % fair condition - 1,867 miles
  • 37 % poor condition - 1,565 miles
  • $615 million would be needed to bring all poor condition pavements to good condition (not including drainage, guard rail & bridges)
  • $3.7 billion is the estimated total value of the state-owned pavements
  • Pavements are the State’s most valuable asset other than land and bridges
pavement conditions 2000 2010
Pavement Conditions 20002010

Red = Poor Condition

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Limited Resources Must Manage & Prioritize

  • 1st priority – NH National Highway System (includes all high volume and primary routes); needed for healthy economy and mobility
  • 2nd priority – Remaining US Routes and State Numbered Routes; maintained at a less than desirable level
  • 3rd priority - State Unnumbered Routes; not being properly maintained due to lack of funding
capital needs
Capital Needs
  • Many More needs than resources
    • Ten Year Plan Feedback
  • Prioritization and Balance
  • Alternative modes of transportation
  • Municipal Needs
capital needs1
Capital Needs
  • Regional Priorities to fund:
    • New Hampton/Meredith – NH 104
    • Bristol – NH 104
    • Meredith – NH 25
    • I-93 Exit 19
    • Alton-Gilford NH 11