Transportation & Planning Committee Thursday, August 22, 2013 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

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Transportation & Planning Committee
Thursday, August 22, 2013
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center
Room 280
Committee Members:
Staff Resource:
David Howard, Chair
Michael Barnes, Vice Chair
John Autry
Warren Cooksey
Patsy Kinsey, Mayor
Ruffin Hall, Assistant City Manager
AGENDA
I.
Transit Oriented Development Policies Part II – 45 minutes
Staff Resource: Alan Goodwin, Planning
Staff will continue the discussion of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) from the June 10 meeting
that focused on making sure the TOD and Transit Station zoning districts can accomplish the vision
set forth in the adopted station area plans. Staff will provide a summary of key issues and a plan of
action and schedule for addressing them.
Action: For information only
II.
Long Range Transportation Plan and Strategic Mobility Fund– 30 minutes
Staff Resource: Norm Steinman, Transportation
At the May 13 meeting, staff described the roadway projects nominated for possible inclusion in
the next Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) being prepared by the Mecklenburg-Union
Metropolitan Planning Organization (MUMPO). Over the past three months, staff from MUMPO
and the Technical Coordinating Committee have completed their evaluation of roadway projects,
and a new funding formula and allocation philosophy have become law in North Carolina. Staff will
explain how these events will lead to MUMPO decisions about the 2040 LRTP in September and
October.
Action: For information only
Attachment: 1. Charlotte Roadway Projects Nominated for 2040 LRTP (Part 2).pdf
Next Scheduled Meeting: Thursday, September 26, 2013 – 12:00 p.m. (Staff recommends cancelling
Monday, September 9, 2013)
Future Topics- Prosperity Hucks Area Plan
Distribution:
Mayor & City Council
Transportation Cabinet
Ron Carlee, City Manager
Alan Goodwin
Leadership Team
Norm Steinman
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Charlotte Roadway Projects Nominated
for 2040 LRTP (Part 2)
Transportation and Planning Committee
August 22, 2013
Norm Steinman, AICP
Charlotte DOT
Purposes of Presentation
• Describe major roadway projects nominated for
federal or state funding in MUMPO’s 2040
LRTP/MTP
• Discuss potential effects of NC’s Strategic Mobility
Formula on funding for major roadway projects
and other modes
• Explain upcoming decisions by MUMPO
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Information Presented on May
13th to T&P Committee
I-485
Types of Projects NOT Nominated for
Roadways Component of LRTP/MTP
• Intersections
• Road Conversions
• Farm-to-Market Roads
• Stand-alone Pedestrian & Bicycle Projects
• Transit
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Types of Roadway Projects Nominated
for State and Federal Funding
• Major Thoroughfares
• Freeways & Expressways
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MUMPO’s Roadway Ranking
Process for 2040 LRTP/MTP
Total
candidate
projects
submitted
~275
Tier 1:
Evaluate the
Need
Projects
anticipated
to be moved
into Tier 2
~100
Tier 2:
Measure the
Sustainability
Projects
expected to
be funded
~30-50
Reasons for Nominations
• Alignment with MUMPO’s
roadway ranking criteria:
1. Congestion
2. Safety
3. Access to Employment
• Alignment with NCDOT’s
roadway ranking process
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Effects of North Carolina’s New
Transportation Funding Formula
Strategic
Mobility
Formula
Equity
Formula
STATEWIDE
FREEWAY
PROJECTS
FUNDING
40%
REGIONAL
FUNDING
FUNDING
MAJOR
THOROUGH
-FARES
EXPRESSWAY
PROJECTS
30%
DIVISION
FUNDING 30%
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NC’s “New” Transportation Law
(Strategic Mobility Formula)
• Highway Fund
– Maintenance & Operations for State routes
– Powell Bill for Local Governments
• Highway Trust Fund
• Funds for construction projects
• Statewide
• Regional
• Divisions
NC’s Funding Categories and
Allocation of Decision-Making
Basis for Decision Making
Data Driven
MPO/RPO/Division
30%
50%
100%
70%
50%
Statewide
Regional
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Division
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NC’s Funding Categories for
Roadways
Examples: I-85, I-77, I-485, US-74
Examples: NC-49, NC-51, NC-115
Examples: Major and minor thoroughfares
Projected NC Funding Allocations
over 10 Years
NC 10-Year Funding (in Billions)
$7.0
$6.0
$6.0
$5.0
$4.5
$4.5
$4.0
Funding (in Billions)
$3.0
$2.0
$1.0
$Statewide
Regional
Division
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Roadway Projects
Nominated for 2040
MTP
Projects in Tiers 1 & 2
Statewide Category Roadway Projects in Tier 2
Statewide
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Regional Category Roadway Projects in Tier 2
Regional
Division Category Roadway Projects in Tier 2
Division
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Effects of New Funding Formula on
Roadway Projects
• Categories of Projects Likely to Receive Priority:
– HOT Lanes
– Supported with local funding
• Categories of Projects Not Likely To Receive Priority:
–
–
–
–
Incomplete Farm-to-Market Roads
Intersections
Minor (smaller) Roadway Projects
(Some) Major Thoroughfares
Effects of New Funding Formula on
Roadway Projects, continued
• Statewide Category
– Funding likely for major highway projects
• Regional
– $100 million per year approx. to Divisions 8 & 10, but
statewide projects can compete
• Division
– $36 million per year approx. to Division 10, reduced to
$16 million by allocation of STP-DA, but statewide
projects can compete
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Bonus Allocations for Projects
with Leveraged Financing
• Local Government Participation
– Receive ½ back for other eligible projects in “donor”
area
• Tolling
– Receive ½ back from projected toll revenues to be used
for construction, in area where toll project is to be
located
NC’s Funding Categories for Modes
Statewide Tier of Projects
Interstates (Freeways)
Some 2 & 3 digit US & NC Routes
Large commercial airports
Freight capacity on Class 1 railroads
Regional Tier of Projects
Other US & NC Routes
Other commercial airports
Transit spanning two or more counties or cities
Rail lines spanning two or more counties
Division Tier of Projects
NC State Routes (SR)
General aviation airports
Other transit lines and multimodal stations
Other rail lines
Bicycle/pedestrian projects
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Upcoming Decisions
August 21
Endorsed new funding assumptions based on NC’s
funding law
September 5
Review/ Discuss MUMPO’s roadway priorities for
Statewide, Regional and Division projects
Review/ Discuss MUMPO’s new policies for allocation
of STP-DA, CMAQ and TA funds
October 16
Agree to release for public review MUMPO’s roadway
priorities, as well as new policies for allocation of
funds
Explanation of MUMPO Decisions
August 21
Endorsed prioritization based on Statewide, Regional
and Division categories of modes and highway
projects
September 5
Will discuss staff recommendations for Statewide,
Regional and Division priorities for projects
Will discuss staff recommendations for allocation of
STP-DA, CMAQ and TA funds
October 16
Agree to release staff recommendations for priorities
for projects as well as recommendations for allocation
of funds based on modifications by TCC
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Questions?
Norm Steinman, AICP
[email protected]
Andy Grzymski
[email protected]
http://charmeckorg
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Proposed Timeline for 2040 LRTP
Anticipated MPO Actions:
September / October 2013
 Approve fiscally constrained list of roadway
projects
March 2014
 Final 2040 LRTP approval, and conformity
determination
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Eligibility Definitions - Highways
Statewide
Highway
Regional
Division
• Interstates and Future
Interstates
• Routes on the NHS as of
July 1, 2012
• Routes on Department of
Defense Strategic
Highway Network
(STRAHNET)
• Other US and NC Routes • All SR Routes
• Appalachian
Development Highway
System Routes
• Uncompleted Intrastate
projects
• Designated Toll Facilities
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Eligibility Definitions – Non Highways
Statewide
Regional
Division
Aviation
Other Commercial Service
Large Commercial Service
Airports not in Statewide
Airports Funding not to
Funding not to exceed
exceed $500K per airport
$300K per airport project
project per year
per year
All Airports without
Commercial Service
Funding not to exceed $18
5M for airports within this
category
BicyclePedestrian
N/A
N/A
All routes (using nonState funds)
Public
Transportati N/A
on
Service spanning two or
more counties and serving
more than one
municipality Funding
amounts not to exceed
10% of regional allocation
Service not included on
Regional Multimodal
terminals and stations
serving passenger transit
systems
Ferry
N/A
State maintained routes,
excluding replacement
vessels
Replacement of vessels
Rail
Freight Capacity Service
on Class I Railroad
Corridors
Pass & Freight Rail service
spanning two or more
counties not included on
Statewide
Pass & Freight Rail
service not included on
Statewide or Regional
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