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  1. LYNX FY2010 Budget Presentation Orange County Board of County Commissioners Linda S. Watson LYNX Chief Executive Officer July 22, 2009

  2. Seminole Centre Apopka UCF Downtown Orlando I-Drive OIA Kissimmee Ridership concentrated on 14 corridors serving major employment centers

  3. 80% of Ridership on 14 Corridors

  4. Pick Up Line Ridership – Links 611 & 621 (Note: Link 611 began service June 3, 2009. Link 621 began service April 26, 2009)

  5. Current LYNX Service LYNX Operates 54 Fixed Routes Within Orange County LINK 1 Winter Park to Altamonte Springs LINK 3 LYNX Central Station (LCS) to East Orlando via Delaney/Michigan/Lake Margaret/Curry Ford LINK 4LCS to Osceola Square Mall via Orange Blossom Trail LINK 6 Colonial Plaza to Dixie Belle Drive LINK 7 LCS to Florida Mall via Orange/Oak Ridge LINK 8 LCS to International Drive/Premium Outlet Mall LINK 9 Winter Park to Rosemont LINK 11 LCS to Orlando Int’l Airport via Orange Avenue/SR 528 LINK 13 LCS to UCF via Anderson/Bumby/University LINK 14 Calvary Towers LINK 15 LCS to VCC via Robinson/Curry Ford LINK 17 LCS to Apopka via US 441 LINK 18LCS to Kissimmee via Orange Ave. LINK 20 LCS to Pine Hills via Mercy Drive LINK 21 LCS to Sand Lake Commons via Washington Shores/Kirkman/Turkey Lake LINK 23 Winter Park/Springs Village LINK 24 Washington Shores to Millenia Mall/Prime Outlets LINK 25 LCS to Mercy/Shader LINK 28 LCS to Azalea Park via East Colonial LINK 29 LCS to Goldenrod via East Colonial

  6. Current LYNX Service Operating 54 Fixed Routes Within Orange County LINK 30 Colonial Drive Crosstown LINK 36 LCS to Lake Richmond LINK 37Park Promenade to Florida Mall LINK 38 LCS to International Drive via I-4 LINK 40 LCS to Universal Studios via Americana LINK 41 SR 436 Crosstown from Apopka to OIA LINK 42 OIA to International Drive via Sand Lake/Oak Ridge LINK 44 Park Promenade to Zellwood via US 441 LINK 48 LCS to Park Promenade via West Colonial/Powers LINK 49 LCS to Pine Hills via West Colonial LINK 50 LCS to Disney via I-4 LINK 51 LCS to OIA via Conway LINK 54LCS to West Oaks Mall via Old Winter Garden Rd. LINK 56 US 192 to Disney LINK 57 Washington Shores to Osceola Sq. Mall via John Young Parkway LINK 58 Shingle Creek Circulator LINK 102 LCS to Casselberry via US 17/92 LINK 111 OIA to Disney LINK 125 Silver Star Road Crosstown LINK 200 I-4 Express from LCS to Volusia County

  7. LYNX Also Operates Two Pick-Up-Line Services Within Orange County: LINK 611 Serves Ocoee with transfer to fixed route at West Oaks Mall LINK 621 Serves Colonial Drive corridor through Bithlo with transfer to fixed route at UCF Current LYNX Service Operating 54 Fixed Routes Within Orange County LINK 204 Lake County Express to LCS via SR50/Turnpike/408 LINK 300 Downtown Disney Direct (3-D) from LCS via I-4 LINK 301Downtown Disney Direct (3-D) from Park Promenade LINK 302 Downtown Disney Direct (3-D) from Pine Hills/Mercy/Raleigh/Kirkman LINK 303 Downtown Disney Direct (3-D) from Washington Shores/Vineland LINK 304 Downtown Disney Direct (3-D) from OBT/Rio Grande/Oak Ridge/Sand Lake LINK 305 Downtown Disney Direct (3-D) from Kirkman/Conroy/Americana/Sand Lake LINK 313 LCS to VA Clinic via Central/Bumby LINK 319 LCS to Richmond Heights LINK 405 Apopka Circulator LINK 434 SR 434 Crosstown LINK 442 Winter Garden Village LINK 443Lee Road Crosstown

  8. LYNX Services – Orange County Commission District 1

  9. LYNX Services – Orange County Commission District 2

  10. LYNX Services – Orange County Commission District 3

  11. LYNX Services – Orange County Commission District 4

  12. LYNX Services – Orange County Commission District 5

  13. LYNX Services – Orange County Commission District 6

  14. Orange County ARRA Projects(American Recovery and Reinvestment Act) • Super Stop Improvements • Rebuild Rosemont • Upgrade West Oaks • Will Include Surveillance • and Ticket Vending • Machine at Both

  15. Orange County Bus Shelters (ARRA) Analyzing 238 Shelter Sites Within Orange County • Sites Under Review on the following corridors: • Orange Blossom Trail (OBT) Goldenrod • Alafaya Trail University Blvd. • Silver Star SR 436 • Pine Hills Road Hiawassee • I-Drive East Colonial • Americana.Conroy Maguire • Curry Ford Road Lake Margaret • Pershing SR 441 • Site Selection contingent on: • Availability of right-of-way • Non ADA compliance issues (open drainage, no sidewalks) • Existing OBT and I-Drive amenities • Residential front yards

  16. 370 Shelters in Orange County

  17. How LYNX is Funded $17.5 M $34.5 $10.2 M $49.4 FY2010 Proposed Operating Budget $111,600,000

  18. LYNX Total BudgetCompare FY 2009 to FY 2010 FY2009 Amended Budget $121,000,000 FY2010 Proposed Budget 111,600,000 Decrease of $ (9,400,000)

  19. Diesel Fuel Actual Price Per Gallon *FY2009 and FY2010 budgeted average price/gallon

  20. Fewer LYNX EmployeesNo Wage/Salary Increases For FY2010

  21. Orange County Service Cuts Last Year Link 1 Cut Service Link 2 Eliminated Link 9 Cut Service Link 14 Cut Service Link 16 Cut Service Link 48 Cut Service Link 49 Cut Service Link 5 Eliminated

  22. Orange County Service Cuts Last Year Link 11 Cut Service Link 13 Cut Frequency 30 - 60 Minutes Link 19 Cut and Combined w/ Link 22 Link 20 Cut Frequency 30 to 60 Minutes Link 21 Cut Service Link 24 Cut Frequency 30 to 60 Minutes Link 43 Eliminated Link 51 Cut Service

  23. Orange County Service Cuts Last Year Link 53 Eliminated Link 414 Eliminated Link 6 Cut Service Link 52 Eliminated Link 27 Eliminated* Link 32 Eliminated* * Replaced portion with Pick Up Line

  24. Two Recent Fare Increases January 2008 • 17 % Fare Increase • $1.50 to $1.75 • Generate $1.3 Million January 2009 • 14 % Fare Increase • $1.75 to $2.00 • Generate $1.0 Million

  25. Florida Transit Fares • Highest fare in Florida Miami Dade $2.00 Tampa $1.75 PalmTran $1.75 Votran $1.25 Jacksonville $1.00 Broward County $1.50 LYNX $2.00

  26. Federal Capital Used for Operations

  27. FY 2008 Budget Cuts • Operating Reserves $ 2. 6 Million • Fare Increase $ 1.3 Million

  28. FY 2009 Budget Cuts/Revenue Increases Departmental Budget Cuts $ 1.2 Million Service Cuts $ 2.6 Million Fare Increase $ 1.0 Million Fare Increase Match $ 1.0 Million Fuel Savings $ 2.0 Million Local Funding $ 1.0 Million Federal Capital for Operations $ 2.0 Million Operating Reserves $ 1.7 Million More Service Cuts $ 800,000 Building Lease Revenue $ 155,000 Service Delay$ 210,000 More Budget Cuts $ 790,000

  29. FY 2010 Budget Cuts FY2010 Reductions Decrease Fuel $(5,700,000) Service Cuts (Salaries/Wages/Fringe) (2,800,000) Position Eliminations ( 800,000) Materials, Supplies & Other Misc. ( 100,000) Total Budget Cuts $(9,400,000)

  30. FY2010 Orange County Funding Request FY 2010 Budget Request $ 34,800,000 * FY 2009 Funding Amount $ 39,800,000 Decrease From FY2009 $ 5,000,000 * Same Level of Service as Today

  31. Today Status Quo/Tomorrow BRT? Orange County Deserves Affordable Progress Increases Ridership In Corridors Economic Development Easier Commute – More Frequent Service Fast And Reliable Travel Time Uses Underutilized Rights-of-way Environmental Benefits

  32. BRT Vehicle

  33. Bus Priority Jump Lanes A jump lane consists of an additional travel lane on the approach to a signalized intersection. The lane allows the bus to move in front of traffic to increase operational efficiencyof the transit system.

  34. Standard Median Before BRT

  35. Standard Median After BRT

  36. Standard Local Street Before BRT

  37. Standard Local Street After BRT

  38. Easement Between or Behind Buildings

  39. Transit Easement Between or Behind Buildings

  40. Results of Increased Frequency 51% 32% 31% Link 8 I-Drive Link 25 Pine Hills Link 30 Colonial Dr.

  41. Florida County Spending for Transit Florida Percapita spending for transit by county Miami-Dade $ 222 Duval $ 140 Broward $ 69 Palm Beach $ 58 Pinellas $ 51 Hillsborough $ 50 Polk $ 33 Lee $ 30 Central Florida $ 28 Average $ 76 Source: Hillsborough County Budget Department

  42. Dedicated Funding Options

  43. Metroplan Transportation Funding Task Force Includes Orange, Osceola, Seminole & Volusia Counties, City of Orlando Replaces General Revenue Funding For: SunRail Future Expenses Bus and Paratransit Service Other Future Rail Projects in Regional System Highway Projects May be Considered