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Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility:. A Public-Private Partnership Success Story. Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility:. A Public-Private Partnership Success Story. Ohio Conference on Freight September 18, 2007 Vincent Mantero Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission.

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rickenbacker intermodal facility

Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility:

A Public-Private Partnership Success Story

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Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility:

A Public-Private Partnership Success Story

Ohio Conference on Freight

September 18, 2007

Vincent Mantero

Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission

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Metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for the Columbus urbanized area.

  • The United States Code requires that MPOs plan for multimodal and intermodal facilities as part of…

“an integrated metropolitan transportation system, giving emphasis to those facilities that serve important national and regional transportation functions.”

  • For that reason, the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) is actively involved in goods movement planning.
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To engage leaders in the central Ohio region in a public/private partnership for our economy and for the mobility of freight and goods, in order to advance the region’s freight movement in a reliable, multimodal and intermodal, efficient, cost-effective, safe, and environmentally responsible manner.

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Fostered relationship with the railroads through work on a light rail transit study, including examination of rail bottlenecks in central Ohio.

  • NS began working with the CRAA to pursue the addition of a rail intermodal facility at Rickenbacker International Airport.
  • MORPC began work on a transportation study in the Rickenbacker area in 2003.
rickenbacker area road network assessment
Rickenbacker Area Road Network Assessment

Purpose of Study

  • Study area growth.
  • Have local government cooperation.
  • No coordinated plans in the Rickenbacker area at the time.
  • Need for coordinated road improvements to make the area successful.
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Rickenbacker Area Road Network Assessment

Goals

  • Better integration of transportation and land use
  • Assess Rickenbacker area highway needs.
  • Recommend a functional highway network to accommodate existing and future traffic safely.
  • Tool to reserve future road rights-of-way.
  • Guide public agencies and developers on access management.
  • Coordinate local and ODOT transportation plans.
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Rickenbacker Area Road Network Assessment

Tasks included:

  • Review existing/proposed land use in the area
  • Develop a series of “land use scenarios” depicting modest to aggressive development.
  • Sketch thoroughfare plans based on the land use scenarios.
  • Determine traffic volumes and traffic impact for each land use scenario using MORPC’s travel demand model.
  • Make recommendations for roadway facility as deficiencies are identified.
  • Include conceptual costs and implementation plan for improvements.
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Extensive floodplains

  • Quarries
  • High voltage power lines
  • Aircraft noise
  • Aquifers
  • Historic areas
  • Metro, other parks
  • Desire to maintain rural quality of life
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Regionally Constrained

Not Regionally Constrained

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CSX Parsons Yard

I-71 Connection

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Continue to work with CRAA, NS, ORDC, the Chamber, and other stakeholders to identify priorities and funding opportunities in the Rickenbacker area.

    • Rickenbacker Infrastructure Coordination Committee.
  • Work with stakeholders to connect the workforce to logistics opportunities, especially in the Rickenbacker area.
  • Continue to expand the freight and logistics planning program at MORPC.
questions
Questions?

Vincent Mantero, Senior Planner

MORPC

vmantero@morpc.org

(614) 233.4149

www.morpc.org

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Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility:

A Public-Private Partnership Success Story

Ohio Conference on Freight

September 18, 2007

David Whitaker

Columbus Regional Airport Authority

integrated logistics centers realizing the potential
Integrated Logistics Centers:

Realizing the Potential

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1942

Opened as a military airbase

1980s

Converted to a public airport

Flying Tigers

Foreign-Trade Zone #138

2003

Columbus Regional Airport Authority

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58% of US population

  • 61% of US manufacturing
  • 50% of Canadian population
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Rickenbacker Area

  • Over 35 million sq. ft. of development
  • E-fulfillment
  • Warehousing
  • Distribution
  • Manufacturing
  • Logistics Services
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$660 million in transportation cost savings to shippers
  • A reduction of 49 million truck miles in Ohio
  • Significant reduction of emissions
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34 million sq. ft. of development
  • 9,500 direct jobs
  • 10,900 indirect jobs
  • $15.1 billion impact
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Connects Rickenbacker with deep-water port in Norfolk, Virginia

  • Clearing projects double corridor’s capacity

Heartland Corridor

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CRAA $12.7

Norfolk Southern $33

State of Ohio $14.2

Federal Funds $29

MORPC $6

City of Columbus $5.8

Total $100.7

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Rickenbacker Global Logistics Park

  • 4 campuses
  • CRAA partnership
  • Up to 30 buildings
  • Foreign-Trade Zone Status
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Questions?

David Whitaker, Vice President

Business Development & Communications

Columbus Regional Airport Authority

DWhitaker@ColumbusAirports.com

(614) 239-5028

www.columbusairports.com

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Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility:

A Public-Private Partnership Success Story

Ohio Conference on Freight

September 18, 2007

Matt Dietrich

Ohio Rail Development Commission

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This project is one element of a much larger project: The Heartland Corridor Project.
  • In this context, ORDC’s involvement has been significant.
  • Inside the Fence: Not so much.
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Project Sponsor in Feasibility Study
  • Project Advocate at State and Federal Level
  • Funding Source
  • Project Oversight / State Contact
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In 2003 ORDC entered into a contract with the Nick J. Rahall Appalachian Transportation Institute at Marshall University.
  • Purpose of the Study: Determine what it would take to a provide double stack clearance route through Virginia, West Virginia and Ohio.
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Within State Government, become a project advocate.
  • Support with Congressional Delegation
  • State level Cheerleader for the project.
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May 2006: ORDC passes Res. 06-06
  • Provides 90% of the costs of double stack clearance projects in Ohio, or up to $836,355 as part of the $150 million “Heartland Corridor” project to provide a double stack cleared line for NS from Columbus, through West Virginia, to the port of Hampton Roads/Norfolk.
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Project oversight of Heartland Corridor rests with FHWA as a “Project of National Significance”
  • ORDC is point of contact agency for Ohio.
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Questions?

Matt Dietrich, Executive Director

Ohio Rail Development Commission

matt.dietrich@dot.state.oh.us

614-644-0306

http://www.dot.state.oh.us/ohiorail/

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Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility:

A Public-Private Partnership Success Story

Ohio Conference on Freight

September 18, 2007

Bill Harris

Norfolk Southern Corporation

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2007

Ohio Conference on Freight

Norfolk Southern Railway Company

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Be the Safest, Most Customer-Focused and

Successful Transportation Company in the World

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Good Timing
    • Growing Advantages of Intermodal
    • Advanced Logistics Initiative
    • SAFETEA-LU
  • Great Location
  • Great Partners
    • Knowledgeable, Cooperative, Action
    • Focus on Mutual Benefits
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Fuel Efficiency, Higher Fuel Prices
  • Improving Railroad Productivity
  • Safer, Reduces Risk and Cost
  • Growth in International Containers
  • Increasing Economies of Scale
  • More Quality RR Service Offerings
  • Truck Driver Shortages
  • Growing Highway Congestion
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Spurs Economic Development
  • Conserves Fuel
  • Reduces Pollution
  • Improves Public Safety
  • Mitigates Highway Congestion
  • Reduces Need for Road Construction
  • Mitigates Public Cost of Road Mtce.
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Discovery Park Traffic Growth

1990 – 2003 Lifts per Year

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Global Logistics Park Rickenbacker

  • GLP – Rickenbacker is NS’ first integrated logistics park
  • Located 18 miles from Columbus
  • Over 15,000 acres of existing or planned development
  • Anchored by NS’ new 300 acre intermodal facility and the Rickenbacker airport
  • Integrates intermodal, carload and logistics capabilities
  • Intermodal shipments begin at the end of this year
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Columbus Has Network Access

NS Served Intermodal Facility

NS

BNSF

UP

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Questions?

Bill Harris, Vice President

Norfolk Southern Corporation

wjharris@nscorp.com

614-438-6910

www.nscorp.com

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Rickenbacker Intermodal Facility:

A Public-Private Partnership Success Story

Ohio Conference on Freight

September 18, 2007

Steve Tugend

Columbus Chamber of Commerce

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Ensure that surrounding infrastructure supports growth.

  • Connect workforce.
  • Court CSX to expand its capacity.
  • Creation of a logistics alliance.
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Steve Tugend, Vice President

Government Relations

Columbus Chamber

steve_tugend@columbus.org

(614) 225-6943

www.columbus.org