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  1. Managed Lanes Development StrategyPhase I District One October 30, 2012

  2. Agenda Welcome and introductions District visit summaries Project overview and goals District One presentation Discussion Next steps Adjourn

  3. District 3 • One major limited access facility: I-10 • Pensacola Bay Bridge Replacement • Congestion problem is US-98, an arterial

  4. District 2 • I-295 will have price managed lanes • Increased typical section from one to two additional lanes in each direction • Bottlenecks with peak hour congestion exists today but trying to be proactive for future congestion • Consideration of truck connections to ports

  5. Turnpike Enterprise • Integrated Congestion Pricing Plan • Veteran’s Expressway • HEFT • Two Tier Toll System

  6. District 5 • I-4 Ultimate with barrier separated Express lanes • Studying segments north and south of the Ultimate • Looking at Concessionaire agreement with payback through availability payments

  7. District 6 • Existing I-95 Express (Federal Funded) • Current use of ramp metering • Lessons Learned • Funding public outreach, technical support, and maintenance • Bus Rapid Transit • Cross-Jurisdictional Coordination • Law-enforcement • Toll maximums and minimums

  8. District 4 • Miami Express Lanes extend north to Oakland Park Boulevard (under construction) • PD&E looking N. to Boca Raton • Reevaluation to add HOT express lanes to S. of Linton • I-75 Express Lanes • I-595 Reversible Lanes allowing trucks • Developing Version 2.0 of SunGuide software plug-in

  9. Project Overview Three Phases of Project • Phase I – Policy and Action Plan • Phase II – Procedures and Standards • Phase III – Tolling and Return on Investment Project Purpose: It is the intent of the Department to develop a policy and related procedures requiring consideration of Managed Lanes as a part of all added capacity improvement projects on highways. The planning and development process should be conducted so as to not preclude the future implementation of Managed Lanes within the corridor.

  10. Project Collaboration FDOT Systems Planning Office and consultants District/Turnpike Enterprise Champions SE Florida Regional Concept for Transportation Operations (RCTO) Coordination Managed Lanes Review Team (MLRT) Regional Expressway Authorities Other Stakeholders (e.g., FHWA)

  11. FDOT Definition: Managed Lanes “Highway facilities or sets of lanes within an existing highway facility where operational strategies are proactively implemented and managed in response to changing conditions with a combination of tools.” FDOT Definition:

  12. Managed Lanes Discussion 12

  13. Issues to Consider Policy Finance Design Technology Operations Enforcement Supporting Strategies Institutional Aspects Public Acceptance

  14. Potential Discussion Topics • Consistency: • Statewide vs. Regional approaches • Access Schemes • Passenger Occupancy Requirements • Operational Hours • Roadway Design Features: • Traffic Separation • Access Points • Number of lanes • Safety • Enforcement Areas

  15. Potential Discussion Topics • Financial Structure: • Feasibility: Regional vs. Project/Corridor • Revenue Scenarios (Manage Demand, Generate Revenue) • Construction Cost and Project Delivery Models • Economy and Market Conditions • Public Outreach and Legislative Agenda • Public opinion on tolls and road pricing • Enabling legislation, authorization to pricepre-existing HOV lanes, carpool requirements, etc. • Technology Evolution: • All Electronic Tolling conversion • National interoperability • Enforcement options

  16. Next Steps 16

  17. Next Steps Statewide Workshops – Winter 2013 Review State and National practices Assess current and future projects in Florida Develop policy statement and action plan –Spring 2013

  18. Questions & Answers 18

  19. Contacts H. WalkerSystems Planning Office(850) 414-4926 Holly.Walker@dot.state.fl.us or Artie White (850) 553-3500 Artie.White@Kimley-Horn.com