MAP-21 - Virginia Department of Transportation

Report
Moving Ahead for Progress in
st
the 21 Century ~ MAP-21
Irene Rico
Division Administrator
Federal Highway Administration
Overview
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History of Federal-Aid
MAP-21 Authorization
MAP-21 Core Programs
Expansion of National Highway Systems
Performance Management
Support for Safety
Support for Innovation
Next Authorization
History
Federal Aid-Funding in Virginia
ISTEA Total Virginia:
• 1992: $361 M
• 1993: $486 M
• 1994: $394 M
• 1995: $303 M
• 1996: $438 M
• 1997: $466 M
History
Federal Aid-Funding in Virginia
TEA-21Total Virginia:
• 1998: $584 M
• 1999: $683 M
• 2000: $771 M
• 2001: $783 M
• 2002: $807 M
• 2003: $663 M
History
Federal Aid-Funding in Virginia
SAFETY-LU Total for Virginia
• 2004: $830 M
• 2005: $853 M
• 2006: $850 M
• 2007: $1.05 B
• 2008: $1.02 B
• 2009: $915 M
• 2010: $913 M
• 2011: $943 M
• 2012: $986 M
MAP-21
Authorization 2013-2014
• Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act
signed into law July 6, 2012
• Funding surface transportation programs at over
$105 billion for fiscal years 2013 and 2014
• Virginia received $986M in FY 2013
Agency
2013
2014
Total
%
FHWA
$41 B
$41 B
$82 B
77.5
$10.6 B
$10.7 B
$20.3 B
20.1
FMCSA
$0.6 B
$0.6 B
$1.2 B
1.1
NTHSA
$0.7 B
$0.7 B
$1.4 B
1.3
$52.8 B
$53 B
$105.8 B
100 %
FTA
Total
MAP-21
Streamlines Programs
• The complex array of existing programs
is simplified
• Substantially consolidating the program
structure
• Smaller number of broader core
programs
MAP-21
Core Programs
• National Highway Performance Program
(NHPP)
• Surface Transportation Program (STP)
• Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
• Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality
Improvement Program (CMAQ)
• Metropolitan Planning
$37.7 Billion/Year in Formula
Funding
Surface
Transportation
Program
($10.0) 26.5%
HSIP ($2.2)
Railway-Highway Crossing ($0.2)
CMAQ ($2.2)
Transportation Alternatives ($0.8)
Metro Planning ($0.3)
National Highway
Performance Program
($21.8) 58%
Note: Amounts in $ billions; individual program
amounts do not add exactly to total due to rounding
MAP-21
National Highway System
• MAP-21 expands the National Highway
System (NHS) to incorporate principal
arterials not previously included
• MAP-21 investment targets the National
Highway System
• MAP-21 establishes a performance basis
for maintaining and improving the NHS
MAP-21
National Highway System
• States must develop an asset management plan
• No plan results in reduction of Federal share for
NHPP projects to 65% vs. 80 %
• US DOT Secretary will establish performance
measures for Interstate and NHS pavements
• States will establish targets
• If Interstate pavement conditions fall below the
minimum set
• State must devote resources (a specified portion of
NHPP and STP funds) to improve conditions
MAP-21
Performance Management
• MAP-21 establishes a performance
based program
• For more efficient investment of Federal
transportation funds
• Transportation investment decision
making through performance-based
planning and programming
National Performance
Measures
• National Performance Measures will be released in three
groups:
– (1) Safety;
– (2) Asset measures for pavements and bridges; and
– (3) System performance, reliability (freight), congestion
(CMAQ) and emissions (CMAQ)
• The Status 2 measures estimated to come out 12/13
• The Status 3 measures estimated to come out in 3/14
MAP-21
Supports Safety
• MAP-21 continues the Highway Safety
Improvement Program
• Increasing funding for infrastructure
safety
• It also continues to build on other
aggressive safety efforts
• Including the Department’s fight against
distracted driving
MAP-21
Promotes Innovation
• MAP-21 incorporates changes at ensuring
timely delivery of transportation projects
• Innovation and efficiency in the
development of projects
• From planning, environmental process, to
project delivery
Innovation
Every Day Counts 2 & SHRP2
Intelligent Compaction
• When pavement begins to crack and crumble
prematurely, potentially not compacted properly
• Intelligent compaction (IC) rollers greatly improve
the quality, uniformity and long-lasting
performance of pavements
• IC use in nationwide projects proves to be a costeffective method for accelerating highway
pavement construction
• Cost-benefit analyses indicate that investment in
IC will break even within 1 to 2 years
SHRP2 – Preservation of HighVolume Roadways (R26)
• SHRP2 has developed a series of guidelines and
technical summaries
• To help transportation agencies identify the best
options and
• Proper timing to apply pavement preservation
techniques
Benefits
• Reduce both the duration of maintenance and
rehabilitation projects
• Long-term cost savings by increasing pavement service
life
• Extending the timeframe between expensive, largescale rehabilitation projects
Beyond MAP-21
Future Transportation Bill
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The programs will not change much
A few adjustments to programs
The biggest issue, funding amount and for how long
This FY 2014 will be busy working on:
– Measures
– Performance Management Planning and Programming
– Asset Plans
– Targets
• Performance Management, SAFETY, Innovation, Expediting
Program Delivery will be in the our future
THANK YOU!

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