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2006 Transportation Economic Outlook . SAFETEA-LU. Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act - A Legacy for Users. TEA-21, the Transportation Equity Act for the 21 st Century, expired September 30, 2003.

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2006 transportation economic outlook

2006 TransportationEconomic Outlook


Safetea lu
SAFETEA-LU

Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act - A Legacy for Users

  • TEA-21, the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century, expired September 30, 2003.

  • The Transportation Bill passed the House and Senate on July 29, 2005.

  • The President signed the Bill on August 10, 2005.


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SAFETEA-LU

  • SAFETEA-LU provides for $286 billion in guaranty funding for Highway, a 38 percent increase over TEA-21 funding.

  • $52.6 billion is for transit, which represents a 46 percent increase over TEA-21.


Highways
Highways

Average of FY 2005 – 2009 Apportionments

Interstate Maintenance – $51,036,087

National Highway System - $47,806,523

Surface Transportation Program - $61,843,866

Bridge Replacement & Rehabilitation – $90,764,189

Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality – $33,027,992

Appalachian Development Highway System – $0

Recreational Trails – $889,736

Metropolitan Planning – $4,191,584

Safety – $6,987,727

Rail-Hwy Crossings – $1,071,934

Border Infrastructure Program – $0

Safe Routes To School - $1,425,951

High Priority Projects – $37,073,600

Equity Bonus – $159,382,416

Grand Total - $495,501,606


Transit
Transit

Safe, Accountable, Flexible and Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A LEGACY FOR USERS – FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION FUNDSFormula Apportionments by State (In Thousands)

FY04 - FY09 Total $676,044


2006 transportation economic outlook

Transportation Program Goals

  • Goal #1: Ensure Safety

  • Goal #2: Maintain the Existing System

  • Goal #3: Increase System Productivity

  • Goal #4: Promote Economic Development

  • Goal #5: Provide Required Capacity

  • Goal #6: Utilize All Available State and Federal Funds Effectively






Governor s transportation initiatives 1 3 billion
Governor’s Transportation Initiatives $1.3 billion

  • Rail Cars $667 million

  • Rail Maintenance Facility $300 million

  • I-95 Improvements $180 million

  • Non-I-95 Improvements $150 million

  • Bus Rolling Stock .750 million



2006 transportation economic outlook

Major Planning Studies ConnDOT Major Intermodal and Highway Planning Studies

  • I-84 EIS, New York State Line to Interchange 23 in Waterbury

  • I-84/Route 8 Needs and Deficiencies Study

  • I-95 Auxiliary Lane Study, Interchange 8-18

  • I-95 Branford – Rhode Island Feasibility Study

  • Route 11 Corridor – Salem to Waterford

  • Route 2/2A/32 Corridor Study

  • Intermodal Freight System Inventory

  • Rest Areas and Service Plaza Statewide Study


2006 transportation economic outlook

Major Planning StudiesConnDOT Bus and Rail Studies

  • Hartford-East Bus Rapid Transit Study

  • NHL Danbury Branch Rail Re-electrification Study

  • NHL Rail Needs Assessment

  • West Haven/Orange Railroad Station Study

  • New Haven – Hartford – Springfield Commuter Rail Service Implementation Program

  • NHL EMU Fleet Replacement Strategy

  • CT Rail Station Governance Study

  • Northeast Rail Operations Study



2006 transportation economic outlook

Mission Statement

It is the Mission of the Connecticut Department of Transportation

to Provide a Safe, Efficient and Cost-Effective Transportation System

that Meets the Mobility Needs of its Users

  • Maintain and Operate Effectively

  • Selected Improvements and Expansion

    • Highways

    • Transit (Bus & Rail)