PennDOT Next Generation

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ACEC/PA PennDOT Task Force Meeting
PennDOT Central Office, Harrisburg, PA
June 6, 2012
AGENDA
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Project Team
PennDOT Next Generation
Pilot Projects
What’s Next
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Project Team
Kurt Myers, Dep. Sec. Safety Admin
Toby Fauver, Dep. Sec. Local Area Transportation Admin
Don Bricker
Information Technology
Project Manager
Karen Brown/
Sheri Norris,
Human Relations
Craig Reed
Municipal Services
Richard Roman
District 8
Lester Toaso
District 6
Brian Thompson
Project Delivery
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Scott Young
District 1
Denise Reis
District 3
Dennis
Buterbaugh
Press Office
Mission Statement
Engage PennDOT Management
and Staff to undertake a
proactive approach for
refreshing and advancing its
business practices and
technology
Hwy
Admin
Aviation &
Rail
Freight
Admin
Safety
Admin
PennDOT
Next
Generation
Other
Agencies
Planning
Admin
Admin
Local Area
Transp.
Admin
PennDOT
Next
Generation
Balance/Share
Resources &
Transfer
Knowledge
People
Regionalization
Process
Assess
operational
processes
Modify to gain
efficiencies
Policy
Assess policies
and procedures
Revise to
eliminate
inefficiencies
Modernized
PennDOT
• Refreshed
• Advanced
• Sustainable
What the Initiative Will/Will Not Do Internally
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Will increase statewide consistency with
operations
Will enhance working relationships
Will create substantial cost and process time
savings
Will Not result in furloughs, layoffs, or loss of
jobs
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What the Initiative Will/Will Not Do Externally
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Will increase legislative support for increased
funding
Will enhance Agency coordination – better Gov’t
Will Not reduce PennDOT’s reliance on support
from consultants and contractors
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Pilot Projects - Results
Bridge Inspection
Right-of-Way
Hwy Occupancy Permit
Regionalized Tasks
• Load Re-Ratings
• State and some local
inspections
• APRAS Manual Reviews
Regionalized Tasks
• Appraisal and Acquisition
• Property Management
• Outdoor Advertising
Control
Regionalized Tasks
• Traffic Impact
Study/Assessment Reviews
Policy/Process Changes
• Inspection Frequency for
8-20’ Spans in Good
Condition: 24 months to 48
months
• APRAS system change for
more efficient permit routing
by applicants
Policy/Process Changes
• 17 proposed changes
• 5 changes already
implemented via SOL
• OAD Surveillance Cycle:
1 year to 2 year
• Eliminate duplicate
reviews
Policy/Process Changes
• ePermitting system
• Regionalized process for
major business entities
Cost Savings
$540,000/year
Cost Savings
Up to $2.1 million/year
Cost Savings
Up to $420,000/year
Next Steps
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Complete Assessment of Project
Pilots
Identify Additional Quick Strike
Projects
Prioritize and Recommend New
Projects
Progress Report for the Gov
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Target
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June 10
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June 30
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July 15
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October
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How Can ACEC Help With This Initiative
 Continue to provide consultant assistance as
needed
 Offer suggestions for policy/procedure and
process changes
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Submit suggestions to:
 Don Bricker
[email protected]
 Phone (717) 214-4103
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