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The Bay Area Toll Authority - Back to the Future?. Conference on California Infrastructure March 6, 2008 Steve Heminger Executive Director. Back to the Future? . California Toll Bridge Authority Separate from the California Division of Highways – predecessor of Caltrans. Bay Area’s Network.

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the bay area toll authority back to the future

The Bay Area Toll Authority - Back to the Future?

Conference on California InfrastructureMarch 6, 2008

Steve Heminger

Executive Director

back to the future
Back to the Future?
  • California Toll Bridge Authority
  • Separate from the California Division of Highways – predecessor of Caltrans
bay area s network
Bay Area’s Network
  • The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) is the regional transportation planning organization for the San Francisco Bay Area
    • 400 miles of carpool lanes
    • 1,400 miles of highway
    • 19,000 miles arterial streets
    • 7,000 miles of transit routes
bay area s toll bridges
Bay Area’s Toll Bridges
  • The Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA) oversees seven state-owned toll bridges in the San Francisco Bay Area
    • San Francisco-Oakland Bay
    • San Mateo-Hayward
    • Dumbarton
    • Richmond-San Rafael
    • Carquinez
    • Benicia-Martinez
    • Antioch

*

* Golden Gate Bridge owned and operated by the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (GGBHTD)

toll structure and revenues
Toll Structure and Revenues
  • Toll Structure
    • Regional Measure 1 (1989) $1
    • Seismic Surcharge (1998) $1
    • Regional Measure 2 (2004) $1
    • Seismic Surcharge (2007) $1

Total Auto Toll $4

  • Annual Toll Revenues
    • Regional Measure 1 (1989) $130 M
    • Seismic Surcharge (1998) $120 M
    • Regional Measure 2 (2004) $120 M
    • Seismic Surcharge (2007) $120 M

Total Annual Revenues $490 M

earthquakes
Earthquakes
  • 1989 Loma Prieta
    • 6.9 Magnitude
    • 60 miles from SF
toll bridge seismic retrofit program
Toll Bridge Seismic Retrofit Program
  • $8.7 Billion Retrofit Program on the following bridges:
    • San Mateo-Hayward (2000)
    • Carquinez (2002)
    • Benicia-Martinez (2002)
    • Richmond-San Rafael (2005)
    • San Francisco-Oakland Bay (Under Construction)
regional measure 1 program
Regional Measure 1 Program
  • $2.4 Billion Congestion Relief and Capital Improvement Program including:
  • San Mateo-Hayward Bridge Widening (2003)
  • New Carquinez Bridge (2004)
  • Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Trestle Replacement (2005)
  • Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Deck Overlay (2006)
  • New Benicia-Martinez Bridge (2007)
  • I-880/SR-92 Interchange Reconstruction (Construction)
regional measure 2 capital project program
The RM2 funding program is primarily oriented towards transit alternatives

RM2 provides partial funding to projects, balance provided by project sponsor

If funding or project fails, BATA can reallocate funding to different project in the same bridge corridor

Regional Measure 2Capital Project Program
regional measure 2 operating program
Regional Measure 2 Operating Program
  • RM2 provides a key source of funding for a variety of new transit services
  • Operating cost payments are subordinated to debt service
bata s debt portfolio
BATA’s Debt Portfolio
  • Current BATA debt portfolio is $5.4 billion
  • $2.5 billion fixed rate debt
  • $2.9 billion variable rate debt
  • The weighted cost of the entire “AA” portfolio is $ 4.20%, as of January 2008
  • BATA’s goal to deliver the entire $12 billion toll construction program within the $4.00 toll structure
2035 regional transportation plan
2035 Regional Transportation Plan
  • Vision Performance Objectives
    • Economy
    • Environment
    • Equity
  • Infrastructure alone does not achieve objectives
  • Pricing will have a bigger effect
regional hot network
Regional HOT Network
  • HOT Network introduces pricing; revenue pays to expand carpool lane and express bus systems
  • Demonstration HOT lanes in Alameda, Santa Clara Counties
regional hot network study
Regional HOT Network Study
  • HOT network could:
    • Help manage HOV lanes
    • Reduce delay and emissions
    • Be phased in by 2025
    • Pay for itself over 30-years, freeing up STIP revenue
  • Must be approached as a regional network
  • New institutional arrangements required for governance and revenue pooling
accountability
Accountability

WILL KEMPTON

Director

California Department of

Transportation

STEVE HEMINGER

Executive Director

Bay Area Toll Authority

JOHN F. BARNA, JR.

Executive Director

California Transportation

Commission

  • AB 144 established the Toll Bridge Program Oversight Committee, composed of Director of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), and the Executive Directors of the California Transportation Commission (CTC) and the Bay Area Toll Authority (BATA), to be accountable for delivering the SRP.
unfinished business
Unfinished Business
  • Dumbarton and Antioch Bridge Retrofits
  • Bike/Pedestrian Access – 2 ½ bridges to go
  • Regional Measure 3
  • Open Road Tolling
  • Asset Ownership?