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HB 277 Transportation Investment Act of 2010 . Columbus Proposed Regional Transportation Projects. Transportation Investment Act of 2010 Overview. Regional Transportation Sales and Use Tax Creates 12 special tax districts based on regional commission boundaries

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hb 277 transportation investment act of 2010

HB 277Transportation Investment Act of 2010

Columbus Proposed Regional Transportation Projects

transportation investment act of 2010 overview
Transportation Investment Act of 2010 Overview
  • Regional Transportation Sales and Use Tax
    • Creates 12 special tax districts based on regional commission boundaries
    • Each district can levy 1 percent sales tax for 10 years
    • Removes the cap on local sales and use taxed for the one-percent transportation funding sales tax
    • Individual counties cannot opt out
    • Money raised in district stays in district
    • Money is not subject to congressional balancing
    • Criteria for road development to be set by GDOT Director of Planning (finalized 11/2010)
    • Regional roundtables ultimately select projects
    • Vote will be primary election of 2012
    • Funds start flowing in 1st quarter of 2013
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Transportation Investment Act of 2010 Overview
  • Creates 12 Special Tax Districts for Transportation along boundaries of Regional Commissions
  • River Valley Regional Commission boundaries formulate our taxing area
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Transportation Investment Act of 2010 Overview
  • Eligible projects include:
    • Roads, Bridges and Transit projects
    • Projects funded by the tax are selected by Roundtables and Executive Committees consisting of local governments in collaboration with GDOT Director of Planning
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Transportation Investment Act of 2010 Overview
  • Final project list
    • Executive Committee in collaboration with the GDOT Director of Planning will develop the final project list from projects on the Draft Investment List
    • Final project list will be provided to each Roundtable
    • Roundtable can approve the final project list as submitted or amend with substitute projects from the Draft Investment List
    • A majority vote by the Roundtable is required for approval
    • Two public hearings on the final project list must be held prior to the final Roundtable meeting
columbus proposed projects
Columbus Proposed Projects
  • US 27/Custer Road Interchange
  • Buena Vista/I-185 Interchange
  • Columbus Marina
  • Columbus Airport Runway Extension
  • Intercity Express Bus System
  • South Lumpkin Trail System
  • St. Mary’s Road/I-185 Interchange
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Columbus Proposed Projects
  • Cusseta Road/I-185 Interchange
  • Buena Vista Road/Spider Web Improvements
  • US 27 (Veterans Parkway) from Turnberry/Muscogee to Gatlin/Harris
  • State 219 Passing Lanes (Luther Land Bridge to Happy Hollow Road)
  • Columbus Riverwalk (City Mills/Bibb Mills)
  • Rapid Rail – Columbus to Atlanta
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Transportation Investment Act of 2010 Overview
  • By Mid 2011 GDOT Director of Planning will develop a Draft Investment List :
    • Fiscally unconstrained by congressional districts
    • Projects must result in Public Benefits such as:
      • Congestion Mitigation
      • Increased Lane Capacity
      • Public Safety
      • Economic Development
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