Merger of Mass Turnpike and Mass Highways. January 22, 2004. Assessment process for considering a merger between the Mass Turnpike and Mass Highways . Quantify on-going operating savings. Identify one-time revenues liberated by merger. Assess budgetary and debt service implications.
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January 22, 2004
Quantify on-going operating savings
Identify one-time revenues liberated by merger
Assess budgetary and debt service implications
Interstate lane miles and Western Turnpike
All state lane miles
Interstate lane miles
Centerline miles of Interstate Highway
Source: Pavement Management Data report 2001-02.
Executive, planning, development, HQ supplies & general expense, custodial, HQ utilities
CFO, budget, audit (non-toll), purchasing, insurance admin, cash mgt., credit union mgt.
Civil rights, personnel admin, employ. relations, benefits, training, worker’s comp admin, pension admin, payroll, occupational safety, T-passes, credit union
IT services, information systems, computer aided design
Community relations, advertising, tourism and marketing, community services, patron services,
Field engineering, engineering services, communications, environment engineering, highway engineering, research and materials, construction engineering, right of way
Field personnel and OT, facilities mgt., highway operations, maintenance admin., district utilities, fleet mgt. and maintenance, service area maintenance, signage, carpentry, striping, litter, landscaping, machine shop
Toll collection, toll equipment, toll audit, toll training and logistics, ETC enforcement
Public safety administration, police patrol, special details
All CA/T related costs, tunnel utilities, tunnel maintenance, Route 3 north project
All snow and ice operations
Overhead cost per lane-mile
Lane-miles per FTE
Required toll collector FTE’s
MTA FTE reductions
3.3 FTE’s per 16 hour lane and 4.96 per 24 hour lane; fully loaded employee cost of $70.7K; 7.5 working hours per day, 5 weeks annual vacation.
$20M Annual Savings