Annotated MAP-21 PowerPoint with correct pie chart data

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Overview of Presentation
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What is MAP-21?
What does it mean for FTA grantees?
State of Good Repair
Safety Program
Implementation Activities
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Moving Ahead for Progress in the
21st Century Act (MAP-21)
• Signed into law by President Obama on
July 6, 2012
• Effective as of October 1, 2012
• Authorizes programs for two years, through
September 30, 2014
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MAP-21 Authorized Funding
FY 2013 Authorized Funding = $10.578 Billion
Bus and Bus Facilities Formula
Grants, $422
State of Good Repair Grants,
$2,136
Rural Formula Grants, $600
Growing States and High Density
States Formula , $519
New Starts/Core Capacity,
$1,907
National Transit Institute , $5
National Transit Database , $4
Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and
Individuals with Disabilities, $255
Planning , $127
Urbanized Area Formula Grants,
$4,398
Administrative Expenses, $104
Research, TCRP, Bus Testing, $80
Technical Assistance/Human
Resources, $12
TOD Pilot, $10
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Highlights of Program Changes
New
Repealed
• Safety Authority
(5329)
• Clean Fuels Grants
(5308)
• State of Good Repair
Grants (5337)
• Job Access and
Reverse Commute
(5316) [ JARC ]
• Asset Management
(5326)
• Bus and Bus Facilities
Formula Grants
(5339)
• Public Transportation
Emergency Relief
(5324)
• TOD Planning Pilot
Grants (20005(b) of
MAP-21)
• New Freedom
Program (5317)
• Paul S. Sarbanes
Transit in the Parks
(5320)
Consolidated
Modified
• Urbanized Area
Formula Grants
(5307) [ JARC ]
• Fixed Guideway
Capital Investment
Grants (5309)
• Enhanced Mobility of
Seniors and
Individuals with
Disabilities (5310)
[New Freedom]
• Metropolitan and
Statewide Planning
(5303 & 5304)
• Rural Area Formula
Grants (5311)[ JARC]
• Research,
Development,
Demonstration, and
Deployment (5312)
• Alternatives Analysis
(5339)
• Technical Assistance
and Standards (5314)
• Over-the-Road Bus
(Sec. 3038 – TEA-21)
• Human Resources
and Training (5322)
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What MAP-21 Means for FTA Grantees
• Steady and predictable funding
• Consolidates certain transit programs to
improve their efficiency
• Targeted funding increases particularly for
improving the state of good repair
• New reporting requirements
• Requires performance measures for SGR,
planning, and safety
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MAP-21
STATE OF GOOD REPAIR &
TRANSIT ASSET MANAGEMENT
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State of Good Repair (SGR) Funding
• (Fixed Guideway) SGR Program - New formula grant
program (Sec. 5337) will fund replacement and rehabilitation of
systems at $2.1 billion a year
• Bus & Bus Facilities Program - New formula program to
address bus SGR needs (Section 5339) at $422 M a year
• Urbanized Area (UZA) Formula Program – The UZA
formula (Sec. 5307) continues to be a key source for SGR
needs for all modes
• Formula Program for Rural Areas – The Rural Areas
formula (Sec. 5311) continues to be a key source for rural
recipients’ SGR needs for all modes
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National Transit Asset Management System
FTA will:
• Define “state of good repair”
• Establish performance
measures
• Require reporting of transit
agency performance targets,
asset inventories and
conditions
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Grantee Asset Management Plans
All FTA grantees and sub-recipients will be
required to have a transit asset management plan,
including:
• Capital asset inventories
• Condition assessments
• Investment prioritization
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MAP-21
SAFETY PROVISIONS
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MAP-21 Safety Authority
FTA will establish and enforce a new safety
framework for public transportation throughout
the U.S.
• The law authorizes FTA to, among other things,
work much more closely with industry to ensure
the safety of public transportation.
• The law also stresses the importance of a systems
safety management approach.
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MAP-21 Approach To Safety
• Broad Safety Partnerships
- Industry stakeholders such as public transportation providers, States,
and technical advisory groups.
• One Size Does NOT Fit All
- Recognition of the diversity of public transportation systems across
the country.
• A “Light Touch”
- No additional regulations if already regulated by another Federal
agency.
- Any new regulations subject to cost/benefit analysis.
- Local oversight through a Federal framework.
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Major MAP-21 Program Features
• National Public Transportation Safety Plan
- a national framework for transit safety
• Public Transportation Agency Safety Plans*
- locally developed strategies for improving safety
• State Safety Oversight Program
- States working with local fixed rail agencies to ensure
safety at rail systems not regulated by FRA
• Systems Safety Approach
- a data driven, risk-based, analytical approach to safety
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Implementation Activities – Current and Future
• MAP-21 Website
• Webinars
• Interim Guidance – in FY 2013 Apportionment
Notice – posted on October 10, 2012
• Revising Program Circulars
• Rule-makings – New Starts, Asset Management,
Planning, NEPA, Safety
• Notice and Comment
• Tribal Transit Consultation
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Summary of Outreach Efforts
July 2012 – August 2013
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20 Fact Sheets
Presentations at Conferences and Meetings
State Programs Meeting in DC
10 Webinars
4 Online Dialogues
2 Major Conference Calls
2 Dear Colleague Letters
2 Webcasts
Website Enhancements
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Highlights of Completed Activities
As of 8/8/13
• MAP-21 Statutory Requirements
Emergency Relief MOA w/ FEMA
Interim Final Rule for Emergency Relief Program
Annual New Starts Report
Joint Final Rule (w/ FHWA) for Categorical Exclusions for
Emergencies (Sec. 1315)
– Interim Guidance on FTA MAP-21 Programs (in FY13 CR
Apportionment Notice)
– 5307 and 5310 Circulars Published for Comment
– Alcohol and Controlled Substances Final Rule
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Anticipated Deliverables
August/September 2013
– Interim Safety Certification Training Provisions
– Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking –
Safety and Transit Asset Management
– Bus Safety Study
– New/Small Starts Policy Guidance on Rating and
Evaluation Criteria
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Upcoming Circular Revisions
August/September 2013 – Published for
Comment in FR
– Sec. 5311 - Rural Area Formula Grants Circular
– Sec. 5323 - Corridor Preservation Guidance
– Sec. 5337 - State of Good Repair Circular (including the
Interim Definition of SGR)
– Sec. 5339 - Bus and Bus Facilities Circular
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FTA MAP-21 Website
www.fta.dot.gov/map21
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