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SACOG REGIONAL GOODS MOVEMENT STUDY Draft Phase 1 Findings : 

SACOG REGIONAL GOODS MOVEMENT STUDY Draft Phase 1 Findings The Tioga Group • Economic & Planning Systems Meyer, Mohaddes Associates • Jock O’Connell July 5, 2006

Study Objectives: 

Study Objectives Developing a well-organized body of data and information on goods movement in the SACOG region. Understanding the role freight transportation plays in the broader economic development of the SACOG region and the surrounding NorCal Megapolitan Area. Documenting freight transportation and logistics trends relevant to SACOG’s long-term planning responsibilities. Identifying and contacting public, private, and government freight transportation stakeholders to support the entire three-phase freight action plan development process. Linking the freight action plan with the SACOG/Valley Vision Blueprint transportation and land use study, the State GMAP, and other state and regional initiatives.

Goods Movement Participants: 

Goods Movement Participants

Goods Movements To, From, and Within the Region : 

Goods Movements To, From, and Within the Region The region produces and consumes goods as a function of its population, resources, and economic activity Production and consumption results in goods movements to, from, and within the region

Sacramento Area Freight O/D Summary (2002): 

Sacramento Area Freight O/D Summary (2002) Freight movements use all the modes, but trucking overshadows the others. Air cargo tends to be light weight, high value. “Other Intermodal” includes parcel, courier, and mail shipments

Crossroads: Through Movements : 

Crossroads: Through Movements The highways and rail lines converging and radiating in the SACOG region make it a crossroads for goods movements between other regions

1998 California Truck Flows: 

1998 California Truck Flows I-5 I-80 I-40 I-10 I-95

Sacramento Area Through Freight Estimates (2002): 

Sacramento Area Through Freight Estimates (2002) Through freight has a higher average value per ton, and includes a greater proportion of rail. Inbound/Outbound/Local Freight Through Freight

SACOG Region as Hub : 

SACOG Region as Hub Sacramento’s role as a hub results in consolidation, distribution, and transloading movements

How much logistics development does the region want?: 

How much logistics development does the region want?

Freight Issues from SACOG Jurisdictions: 

Freight Issues from SACOG Jurisdictions Survey taken of regional public works directors First concern is pavement deterioration Other issues are “coexistence”: Construction Parking Intrusion Congestion Noise Safety Implication: biggest goods movement issue facing SACOG is urban trucking.

Highways: 

Highways Interstates as backbone State & US highways as regionals Streets and arterials for access

Highway Issues - Congestion: 

Highway Issues - Congestion 79% increase in highway tonnage from 1998 to 2020 Largest increases are regional, not long-haul

Highway Issues - Circuity: 

Highway Issues - Circuity Example: American River crossings increase VMT, route trucks through commercial and residential areas.

Truck Accidents: 

Truck Accidents Freeway hot spots I-5 near US50 US50 near I-5 US50 between 65th Street and State College I-80 between SR244 and Madison Ave. I-80 between Antelope Rd and Riverside Ave/Auburn Blvd. I-80 between Douglas Blvd and Atlantic I-80 between SR174 and Magra Rd. I-80 between Drum Forebay Rd and Blue Canyon Rd. US99 between Mack Rd and Florin Rd US99 between Fruitridge Rd and 12th Ave US99 between 12th Ave and I-5/El Centro

Highway Bottleneck? – Accident Hot Spot: 

Highway Bottleneck? – Accident Hot Spot The Sacramento area has one major truck bottleneck identified by FHWA studies: SR 99 at Stockton Blvd.

Trucking Fleet Locations: 

Trucking Fleet Locations Truckers follow people and highways What does it mean for land use? Where do we want them?

LTL Terminal Locations: 

LTL Terminal Locations LTL and parcel terminals are on the periphery.

Truck Routes: 

Truck Routes Uncoordinated legacy “system” Discontinuous Inadequate Hard to follow Update? Rationalize?

SACOG Region Rail Lines: 

SACOG Region Rail Lines UP (former SP) line to Donner Pass UP (former SP) line from Oakland UP (former WP) line to Feather River Canyon UP (former WP) line from Stockton & Oakland CCT line to Lodi & Stockton - Dormant UP (former SP) line to Oregon UP (former SP) line to Fresno BINNEY JCT.

SACOG Region Rail Lines – BNSF Trackage Rights: 

SACOG Region Rail Lines – BNSF Trackage Rights UP (former SP) line to Donner Pass UP (former SP) line from Oakland UP (former WP) line to Feather River Canyon UP (former WP) line from Stockton & Oakland CCT line to Lodi & Stockton - Dormant UP (former SP) line to Oregon UP (former SP) line to Fresno BINNEY JCT. BNSF FROM FRESNO TO OKALAND BNSF FROM STOCKTON TO KEDDIE

SACOG Rail Issues: 

SACOG Rail Issues UP (former SP) line to Roseville & beyond UP (former SP) line from Oakland UP (former WP) line to Feather River Canyon UP (former WP) line from Stockton & Oakland Sierra NorthernPort Area CCT line to Lodi & Stockton - Dormant ELVAS HAGGIN Sierra NorthernMcClellan

Air Cargo Outlook: 

Air Cargo Outlook Air cargo growth has been flat, and is expected to grow very slowly Regional strategy? Outlook?

Port of Sacramento: 

Port of Sacramento Port cargo has declined since 1994

Port of Sacramento Outlook?: 

Port of Sacramento Outlook? Limited hinterland, heavy competition, shallow draft New governance, Oakland agreement

Logistics Trends – Implications?: 

Logistics Trends – Implications? Inventory Reductions and “Just in Time” Cycle time reduction Outsourcing Globalization Bottom line: Smaller shipments, more trips, more pressure

Land Use Issues: 

Land Use Issues Industrial space for goods movement in the SACOG region are concentrated along the region’s major highways. Industrial and warehouse activities are being located in outlying areas that offer lower cost land with potential for expansion. Goods movement uses are often viewed as incompatible with surrounding land uses. Jurisdictions must weigh the impacts of higher value uses in areas identified for redevelopment or in the outlaying areas Increasing distances may result in increased fuel costs, longer travel times, and increased emissions – what is the net impact? If we do not like the status quo, how do we implement a better strategy ? How do we build goods movement issues into regional planning?

Next Steps: 

Next Steps Complete draft final. Obtain SACOG and Advisory Group feedback. Finalize report and executive summary.

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