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Conexus Indiana INDOT Rail Office & Aviation Office Robert Zier Director of Multi-Modal INDOT February 19, 2013. INDOT Profile. Six district offices 3,630 employees 1,600 Highway Technicians 800 Managers/Supervisors 300 Engineers $400 million/annual operating budget
Rail Office & Aviation Office
Director of Multi-Modal
February 19, 2013
Good to Great
Take Care of What You Have
Finish What You Start
Plan for the Future
3 Class I (large) railroads and 39 Class II, III (small) railroads operate 4,273 miles of active rail lines
Sources: INDOT Data, Association of American Railroads
Source: STB Carload Waybill Sample
Source: 2010 AAR Facts
That equates to 1.34 public crossings per rail mile
Source: AAR & FRA Railroad Safety Statistics Annual Report 2010
INDOT Rail OfficeContact:Mike RileyINDOT, Manager – Rail Office100 North Senate Ave., N955Indianapolis, IN 46204(317)-email@example.com
Mission: The department shall encourage, foster, and assist in the development of aeronautics in this state and shall encourage the establishment of airports, landing fields, and other navigation facilities.
Develop Statewide Aviation System Plan (20 year)
Strategic planning initiatives to foster the growth of the Indiana State Aviation System and develop process improvements for deliverables in areas of:
Safety – Perform airport inspections and disseminate safety critical information to airports.
Mobility – Maintain system that provides a maximum 30 minute drive to air travel for all Hoosiers.
Economic Development – Continue to develop system of 5,001’ runways to accommodate business class aircraft.
Coordination – Coordinate the development for freight delivery at major points throughout the state. Increase capacity at certain centers.
Administer Statewide Capital Improvement Program
Develop the 5 year Airport Capital Improvement Program
Administer the pavement inspection of Indiana State Aviation System Airports
Conduct annual operation evaluations at public-use airports
Inventory aircraft based at Indiana Airports
Provide Engineering/Technical consultation
Construction project approval
Administer Airport Development Fund (IC-8-21-11-5)
Provide State funds matching to local airports for Federal grants
State/Local grants to airports (unfunded)
Loans to airports from the loan fund (unfunded)
Grant administration and processing
Perform Public-Use Airport Inspections
On-Site annual inspection performed to determine compliance with state safety requirements
Operating certificates issued to all public-use and private-use airports within the state
Conduct FAA 5010 Master Record inspections (under Federal contract which INDOT receives $650 per inspection)
Indiana Tall Structure/Noise Sensitive Permits
Evaluate proposals/issue permits for compatibleland usages near airports
Early Coordination review of construction projects
Summary: The Office of Aviation helps Indiana communities manage the Planning, Funding, and Safety functions at their local airport.