logging in or signing up 03 Funding Boom or Bust Isab Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 32 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: December 30, 2007 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Transportation Funding in 2003:Boom or Bust?Steve HemingerExecutive Director: Transportation Funding in 2003: Boom or Bust? Steve Heminger Executive DirectorTEA 3: TEA 31¢ Gas Tax Equals:: 1¢ Gas Tax Equals: $1.7 billion per year - U.S. $160 million per year - California $30 million per year - Bay AreaState Budget Crisis: State Budget Crisis$3 Toll: $3 TollBay Area Toll AuthorityRegional Measure 1 Projects: Bay Area Toll Authority Regional Measure 1 ProjectsSan Mateo - Hayward Bridge widening successfully completed ahead of schedule: San Mateo - Hayward Bridge widening successfully completed ahead of schedule New trestle opened to westbound traffic two months early (October 2002) Additional eastbound lane on existing trestle completed ahead of schedule (January 2003) Carquinez Bridge – major new suspension bridge is scheduled to open October 2003: Carquinez Bridge – major new suspension bridge is scheduled to open October 2003 Towers completed May 2002 Cable spinning completed October 2002 Deck placement scheduled to begin in February 2003 New span forecasted to open as scheduled in October 2003New Benicia-Martinez Bridge Project: New Benicia-Martinez Bridge ProjectBenicia-Martinez New SpanMain Span Pier Locations: Benicia-Martinez New Span Main Span Pier LocationsCaltrans’ Seismic Retrofit Program for BATA bridges: Caltrans’ Seismic Retrofit Program for BATA bridges Notes: 1. LIFELINE Structures are bridges located along transportation corridors determined to be significant to the emergency relief effort and economic revitalization of the region following a major earthquake. These designated structures are built so they may be reopened to traffic relatively quickly.Increase in Daily Trips at Bay Area Bridges: Increase in Daily Trips at Bay Area Bridges Hayward-San Mateo Dumbarton Bridges 1998 177,000 2025 262,000 +85,000 +48% Carquinez Bridge 1998 109,900 2025 158,400 +48,500 +44% Benicia Bridge 1998 92,000 2025 152,000 +60,000 +65% Bay Bridge/ BART 1998 540,000 2025 769,000 +319,000 +71% Richmond/San Rafael Bridge 1998 48,000 2025 86,000 +38,000 +79% Daily Trip Average Growth Rate All Bridges 65% All Regional 30% Trips Daily Average Trips Growth RateAnalysis of Seven Bay Area Toll Bridges: Analysis of Seven Bay Area Toll Bridges Toll Paying Vehicle Counts and Revenues Proposed Principles for $3 Toll: Proposed Principles for $3 Toll New regional transit services Nexus between tollpayers and bridge corridor improvements 50/50 split overall between operating subsidies and capital financing Performance measures utilized to evaluate projectsIllustrative Projects: Illustrative Projects BART Transbay Tube Seismic Retrofit Dumbarton Rail Caltrain Baby Bullet Express Bus Plan New Ferry Services BART capacity enhancements Capitol Corridor rail improvements New Transbay Terminal Improved feeder systems and connectivity and night owl bus services You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.