Item 4a-f-Transportation Projects

Report
Transportation Projects
City Council Workshop
May 14, 2013
Presentation Outline
• Transportation Project Priorities
• Current FDOT Work Program
• Project Status and Funding Update
• Northeast Corridor Projects Action Plan
• Land Acquisition
• Funding
• ILA (City Impact Fees Held by County)
• FDOT Work Program
Transportation Project
Priorities
• City annually submits Priority List to Flagler County
• Flagler County works with municipalities on overall County
priority list
• Projects are for inclusion into the FDOT Work Program
• When City is integrated into TPO, Priority List will need to be
submitted to TPO
Transportation Project
Priorities – 2012 Priority List
Focus on Northeast
Corridor Projects
• OKR Extension
• Palm Harbor Ext.
• SR100/I-95 Interchange
(Turn lanes)
• OKR 4-laning
• MWP Widening
• SR100 6-laning
Northeast Corridor
Northeast Corridor - Project Status
Flagler County Project
Palm Harbor
Parkway Extension
Matanzas Woods
Parkway
Palm Coast Parkway
• Matanzas Woods Parkway & I95 Interchange
• Construction to begin 2015
Northeast Corridor - Project Status
Palm Harbor Pkwy Extension
Palm Harbor
Parkway Extension
• Design: To be complete Summer 2013
• Land Acquisition: Current Item
Matanzas Woods
Parkway
• Construction: (FY 2014)
Palm Coast Parkway
Northeast Corridor - Project Status
Old Kings Road Extension
Palm Harbor
Parkway Extension
• PD&E: Approved 2012
• Design: Fall 2013 to Spring 2015
Matanzas Woods
Parkway
• Land Acquisition-Phase 1: Current Item
• Construction-Phase 1: FY18 ($3.2 million)*
(Forest Grove Drive to Matanzas Woods)
• ROW & Construction-Phase 2: ($5.6 million)
(North of Matanzas Woods Pkwy.)
Palm Coast Parkway
*Coordinating with FDOT and Flagler County to
advance funding for Phase 1 and additional $1.0
million to build a 4-lane segment.
Northeast Corridor - Project Status
Old Kings Road Widening
Palm Harbor
Parkway Extension
Matanzas Woods
Parkway
Palm Coast Parkway
• Approximately 3.1 miles
• Design & ROW: FUNDED-FDOT
• Construction: UNFUNDED
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition
Parcel 4
Parcel 1
Parcel 3
Parcel 2
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition (Parcel 1)
Size: 4.26 Acres
Cost: $252,176
• Per Acre $59,196
• (Appraised Value + Offsite
Stormwater Easement)
Appraised Value $65,340 per acre,
Uplands
Purpose:
• Right-of-Way
• Stormwater
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Design Change Order $52,373.00
Design Changes
• Original Design allowed for property owner to retain a small portion of land to
be developed, city provided stormwater treatment.
• Revision to design will reduce construction cost by $200,000-$250,000:
• Avoid having to relocate utility lines.
• Provide fill material needed for project.
• Ability to provide treatment for existing stormwater on Palm Harbor.
• Provide larger stormwater pond for future widening.
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition (Parcel 2)
Size: 8.317 Acres
Cost: $70,700
• Per Acre $8,500
• (Appraised Value)
Purpose:
Floodplain
Compensation for
Old Kings Road
Extension Project
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition (Parcel 3)
Size: 151.10 Acres
Cost: $300,000
• Per Acre $1,985
• (Short Sale)
Appraised Value $8,500 per
acre, Parent Tract
Primary Benefit:
• Required for
Extension Projects
Additional Benefit:
• Future Wetland
Mitigation
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition (Parcel 4)
Size: 128.69 Acres
Cost: $79,000
• Per Acre $614
(Foreclosure)
Appraised Value $2,160 per
acre
Primary Benefit:
• Required for
Extension Projects
Additional Benefit:
• Future Wetland
Mitigation
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition
Costs Associated with Land Acquisition
Expenses
Amount
Original Budgeted Amount for OKR Land Acquisition
$1,600,000.00
Actual Cost of Proposed Land Acquisition
-$449,700.00
Wetland Restoration (Conservative Estimate)
-$300,000.00
Budgeted Savings
$850,300.00
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition
• 42 acres of unpermitted wetland
impacts currently out of compliance.
Restoration plan accepted by SJRWMD.
• Patterson Tract: 159.64 ac.
Wetlands: 95.55 ac. (60%) total area
14.17 ac. impacted
Uplands: 64.09 ac. (40%) total area
Floodplain Comp: 8.317 ac. Upland
OKR Extension
Flagler
County
Lands
• Ozark Tract: 128.69 ac.
Wetlands: 73.00 ac. (57%) total area
25.83 ac. impacted
Uplands: 55.69 ac. (43%) total area
• Wetland impacts will require
restoration/alternative permitting
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition
Unique Value of Lands
• Lands are in unique position
between Flagler County
conservation easement lands
and SJRWMD lands providing
opportunity for creating
wetland mitigation credits for
city transportation projects.
• City control of Special Flood
Hazard Area (SFHA) - Critical
component in the National
Flood Insurance Program
(NFIP) and the City’s
community rating.
Acquisition
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Land Acquisition
Primary Benefits of Land Purchases
• Cost Savings & Timing – Ability to avoid eminent domain proceedings. Ability to keep
projects moving forward with the Interchange project schedule.
• Floodplain Compensation – Land necessary for completion of Northeast Corridor
projects.
• City control of Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA) - Critical component in the National
Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and the City’s community rating that directly affects
flood insurance rates.
Potential Additional Benefits of Land Purchase
• Wetland Mitigation – Potential to create mitigation credits for use of transportation
and other city projects in lieu of purchasing mitigation credits from a wetland
mitigation bank.
• Recreational Uses - Investigate passive recreational uses of the site to expand
connectivity to other lands to expand public uses.
• Water Quality - Benefits water quality in the Pellicer Creek Basin
• Habitat - Expands the existing regional conservation corridor and ecological
significance due to the unique linkage to conservation areas to the north and south.
Northeast Palm Coast Corridor
Funding Summary
Project Name/Project Limits
Total Cost
(millions)
Proposed
Funding Source (millions)
FDOT
City/Local
Funding Need
(millions)
Old Kings Rd. (Extension) – Phase 1 (4-lane
section)
Forest Grove Drive to Matanzas Wood Parkway
$4.271
$4.200
$0.071
$1.071
$2.676
$0.000
$2.676
$2.676
$0.379
$0.000
$0.379
$0.379
$7.326
$4.200
$3.126
$4.126
Palm Harbor Parkway Extension
South of Forest Grove Drive to Old Kings Road
Land Acquisition
TOTAL FUNDING NEED
Transportation Impact Fees
Interlocal Agreement-Details
• Amount - $3.5 to $4.1million
• Transmit Full Amount within 120 days of Agreement
• List of Priority Projects for Implementation (Next Slide)
• Responsibilities for Administration of Roadway Projects
• Transfer of Matanzas Woods Pkwy. maintenance to City (including
stormwater ponds, lands for future expansion, including permits)
• Transfer of lands for Old Kings Road Extension (Forest Grove Dr. To
Matanzas Woods Pkwy.)(including stormwater ponds and other
lands necessary for maintenance)
Transportation Impact Fees
Interlocal Agreement-Project Funding
Amount of City Impact Fees with Flagler County
Reimbursement Phase TOTAL (Expenses to 2/12/13)
$3,500,000 $4,100,000
$1,330,676
Palm Harbor Pkwy. Ext.
ROW Acquisition
$229,207
Palm Harbor Pkwy. Ext.
Design
$610,770
Palm Harbor Pkwy. Ext.
Construction
$490,698
Projects To Be Funded TOTAL
$2,747,000
Old Kings Rd. Ext. & Matanzas Woods
Pkwy. Interchange
Land Acquisition (Floodplain
Palm Harbor Pkwy. Ext.
Land Acquisition
(Commercial Properties)
$275,000
Palm Harbor Pkwy. Ext.
Design & CEI
$186,000
Palm Harbor Pkwy. Ext.
Wetland Mitigation
$315,000
Palm Harbor Pkwy. Ext.
Construction
Compensation) (8.317 ac.)
$71,000
$1,900,000
Transportation Projects
Proposed FDOT Priority List 2014/15 to 2018/19
Transportation Projects
Proposed FDOT Priority List 2014/15 to 2018/19
Transportation Projects –
City Council Action List
• Land Acquisition – Northeast Corridor
• Parcel 1 - (4.26 acres)
• Stormwater Easement
• Change Order 2 (Design Changes for Palm Harbor Ext.)
• Parcel 2 - (8.317 acres)
• Parcel 3 - (151.10 acres)
• Parcel 4 - (128.69 acres)
• ILA – Local Impact Fees
• FDOT Work Program – City Priority List

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