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Society of American Military Engineers, (SAME), Northern Virginia Post May 1, 2014

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  1. Society of American Military Engineers, (SAME), Northern Virginia PostMay 1, 2014 Lauren C. Mollerup, P.E., CCM Virginia Department of Transportation Transportation & Land Use Director Arlington/Fairfax Counties Lauren.Mollerup@VDOT.Virginia.gov 703-259-1798

  2. Program Overview of Upcoming Work Contracting/Consulting Engineering Opportunities Maintenance Contracting Operations Design-Build Opportunities Urban Design Standards Agenda

  3. Projects Under Development & Advertised within 24 Months • > 60% of projects in the construction program are locally administered  trend will likely continue • 28% of projects in the construction program are Design-Build but have 64% of the overall value  trend may change to better balance • Maintenance projects comprise >50% of the D-B-B advertisements but have smaller value • Overall program approaches $1 Billion

  4. VDOT Administered Projects Under Development & Advertised w/in 24 Months Replacement of Structurally Deficient Bridges

  5. Non-VDOT Administered Projects Under Development & Advertised w/in 24 Mos

  6. High Visibility Projects Scheduled for Advertisement Through 2014 Advertised Typical DB:DBB Distribution

  7. 2013 Plant Mix Program Overview:14 Paving Schedules & 3 Preventive Maintenance Schedules

  8. 2013 Interstate SystemBituminous(BIT) Summary: 152.3 Lane Miles Rated (87.2% are Non-deficient)

  9. 2013 Interstate SystemBituminous Over Jointed Concrete (BOJ) Summary: 471.03 Lane Miles Rated (73.51% are Non-deficient)

  10. NoVa Primary System2013 Condition Assessment Summary: 1977.21 Lane Miles Rated (76.4% are Non-deficient)

  11. 2014 Plant Mix Program Overview: Funded Paving Schedules total 597,320 TONS *PM-9X-14 – Paving Contract, Projected Advertisement May 2014

  12. 2014 Preventive Program Overview: Two District-wide Latex Schedules, (Patching, Crack Seal, Micro Surfacing)

  13. Asphalt Tonnage 2010 - 2014 597,320

  14. Latex Tonnage 2010 - 2013

  15. Comparison of FY11-FY13 SchedulesLane Miles Paved per System last three years

  16. Northern Operations Region • Five Operations Regions MPSTOC • Fairfax • Prince William • Loudoun • Stafford • Spotsylvania • Caroline

  17. Future Outlook • I-95/Rt. 1 Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) • Parking Management Information System • Route 1 Travel Time • CCTV & DMS Expansion • DMS Life Cycle Replacement • Signals – • - Adapative Traffic Signal • - Traffic Signal Alternative Power Source and Power Backup UPS • - Arterial CCTV Deployment to Support Signal Operations and IM • - Traffic Signal 2070 Controller and Broadband Communication

  18. Design-Build Projects Underway • Route 50 Widening • DB Contract – $67.8 million, Total $95 million • Route 27/244 Interchange • DB Contract – $31.5 million, Total $51.5 million

  19. Design-Build Projects Underway • Sycolin Road Overpass ($17.8 M) - NTP 11/12 • - $12.2 M Contract, Shirley/Dewberry • I-66 Active Traffic Demand Management ($38.6 M)– NTP 1/13 • - $34 M Contract, TransCore ITS, LLC • Rocky Run Bridge Replacement – ($18.3 M) NTP 2/13 • - $11.4 M Contract, Shirley/Dewberry • Seminary Ramp at I-395 and Aux Lane ($76 M) – NTP 5/13 • - $55.4 M Contract, Archer Western/Parsons • I-66 Widening, Gainesville to Haymarket ($73.5 M) – NTP 9/13 • - $54.8 M Contract, Shirley/Dewberry • Route 7 Truck Climbing Lanes ($36.4 M) – NTP 11/13 • $27.9 M Contract, Shirley/Dewberry • Rolling Loop ($14 M) • - NTP January 2014 • Gloucester Parkway ($40 M) • -NTP February 2014 • Walney Bridge Replacement ($15 M) • -NTP February 2014 • I-495 Shoulder Lane ($20M)

  20. Design-Build Projects in Active Procurement • Route 606 Widening and Reconstruction ($107 M) • Intent to Award, NTP May 2014 • I-66 Interchange at Route 15 ($73 M) • Intent to Award, NTP May 2014 • Braddock and Pleasant Valley Roundabout ($4 M) • Intent to award pending

  21. Design-Build Projects Coming Soon • Bus Ramp at Vienna Metro Station ($41 million) • RFP May 2014 • Belmont Ridge Road • RFQ Summer 2014 • Route 7 Bridge Repair and Widening • RFQ Summer 2014

  22. NOVA Design-Build Projects Summary • $500 Million + Completed Design-Build Projects • $500 Million + Active Design-Build Projects • $300 Million + Design-Build Projects in Procurement

  23. Urban Design Standards - Introduction • The Commonwealth embraces the goal of providing a better multimodal transportation system • In the Northern Virginia District, VDOT has worked with Fairfax County to develop urban design standards for Tysons, tailored to the unique multimodal needs of the area • More recently, VDOT has joined with the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) to formalize and standardize a process by which urban design standards can be voluntarily adopted by any jurisdiction statewide using a common framework • The statewide initiative came out of DRPT’s efforts to develop Multimodal System Design Guidelines; Fairfax County is serving as pilot for the new process

  24. Urban Design Standards Defined/Benefits • What are they? • Provide transportation design standards that can be used within the urban activity centers and revitalization areas • Based on context-sensitive design that accommodates a multimodal urban environment • Benefits • Provides a common framework to the development community on the urban design elements that can be provided to accommodate multiple modes of transportation within the multimodal districts • Reduces the number of required design waivers, such as intersection spacing Source: DRPT Multimodal Guidelines

  25. Implementation • DRPT Multimodal System Design Guidelines • Allow a common language and set of best practices • Allow VDOT and DRPT to have a more unified approach to Multimodal Planning • Recent legislation allowed localities to work with VDOT and DRPT to adopt new urban roadway standards • 160 localities in Virginia – challenge if each locality develops its own urban standards • The Guidelines were incorporated into Appendix B(2) of the VDOT Road Design Manual in January 2014 • Local jurisdiction may voluntarily undertake process; requires VDOT and DRPT concurrence Source: DRPT Multimodal Guidelines

  26. Implementation - Pilot • Fairfax County is currently piloting these Guidelines • Initial Fairfax County submission (for Springfield Multimodal District/Center) reviewed and comments provided to County staff; updated second submission received/under review • Additional submissions for other Districts/Centers throughout the County (including the Dulles Corridor) anticipated throughout 2014 Source: Fairfax County

  27. Web Links and Contact Info • DRPT Multimodal System Design Guidelines: • http://www.drpt.virginia.gov/activities/MultimodalSystemDesignGuidelines.aspx • VDOT Road Design Manual Appendix B(2): http://www.extranet.vdot.state.va.us/locdes/Electronic_Pubs/2005%20RDM/AppendB(2).pdf • Tysons Design Standards: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/tysons/transportation/download/transportation_design_standards_attachment_d.pdf • Local VDOT Contact: • Andy Beacher • andrew.beacher@vdot.virginia.gov • (703) 259-2239

  28. QUESTIONS? Web Resource: http://www.virginiadot.org/