US 281 Trade Corridor Presentation

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US 281 Trade Corridor to Dallas via SH 130: A Value
Option for Trucking Through Central Texas
Traveling From the McAllen Area North via US281 , SH 123
and SH130 Toll Road
May 2012
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Confidential
The suggested route is US 281 north
to Three Rivers. Then SH 72 to
Kenedy. From Kenedy take SH 80
north to SH 123 at Karnes City. When
SH 123 intersects I-10 at Seguin,
travel east a few miles to SH 130.
Follow SH 130 to Georgetown until it
intersects I-35, then north to DFW.
SH 130 5/6 will be opened in the last
quarter of this year. This will make a
one-way trip to Dallas about 500
miles, requiring 8.5 hours, 90 gallons
of diesel, average speed 60 mph.
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US
Three Rivers
3
I-35 with 110 accidents on
average per week that
cause delays between San
Marcos and Georgetown
181 four-lane with 2
and 2
US
70 mph four lanes
Grade-separated
60 miles to Georgetown
70 mph four lanes
Grade-separated
27 miles to Lockhart
SH 123 Seguin to San
Marcos 19 miles with 10
181 four-lane with 2
and 2
Ben Bolt Gradeseparated
4-5 minutes east
along I-10 to SH
130 Tollroad
Premont Future
Bypass 3
(Environmental
underway)
Falfurrias Tolled Bypass
(under construction)
SH 123 four
lanes 7
US
Border Patrol
Check Point
SH 72
2 Lanes
331 miles McAllen to
Georgetown via SH 130
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US 181 fourlane with 2
and 2
181 four-lane
with 2
and 2
The Austin / San Antonio Corridor on IH35
Cost, safety drawbacks
 Increasing congestion affecting travel times
 Increasing amount of travel demand
Austin / SA Corridor on I-35
Austin / SA Corridor on
 Stop and go / speed changes
SH130, I-10
 Numerous entrance / exit ramps
 Major planned construction programs over the
next 15 years
 Uncertainty in delivery times
 Lane restrictions along entire corridor
 Substantial number of accidents
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Interstate 35 Northbound Between San Antonio & Georgetown
Reportable Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes on IH 35 From Northbound Exit 162 to Northbound Exit 268
1/1/2006 To 8/21/2011
Crash
Year
2010
County
Fatal Incapacitating Non-Incapacitating Possible Injury Non-Injury Unknown Injury Total
Crashes Injury Crashes
Injury Crashes
Crashes
Crashes
Crashes
Crashes
Bexar
Comal
Guadalupe
Hays
Travis
Williamson
Totals
4
3
1
1
13
1
23
16
22
7
21
61
8
135
75
73
12
62
382
27
631
213
71
28
118
490
46
966
Information contained in this report represents reportable data collected from Texas Peace Officer's Crash Reports (CR-3)
received and processed by the Department as of the report date.
A reportable motor vehicle traffic crash is defined as: “Any crash involving a motor vehicle in transport that occurs
or originates on a traffic way, results in injury to or death of any person, or damage to the property of any one person
to the apparent extent of $1,000.”
Federal highway safety laws require the state to create this crash database for use in obtaining federal safety
improvement funds. Section 409 of Title 23 of the United States Code, forbids the discovery and admission into
evidence of reports, data, or other information compiled or collected for activities required pursuant to Federal highway
safety programs, or for the purpose of developing any highway safety construction improvement project, which may be
implemented utilizing federal-aid highway funds, in tort litigation arising from occurrences at the locations addressed in
such documents or data. Information that is not available to a party in civil litigation may be confidential under state law,
pursuant to Tex. Gov't. Code Sec. 552.111.
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649
277
148
321
895
104
2,394
19
4
0
9
35
1
68
976
450
196
532
1,876
187
4,217
US 281 Trade Corridor via SH 130
Cost, safety benefits
 More reliable travel times
 Minimal congestion with free flow 24 hours/day
Austin / SA Corridor on I-35
Austin / SA Corridor on
 Fewer entrance / exit ramps
SH130, I-10
 Average speed limits of 65 to 70 mph)
 Avoid 2 major metro areas (Austin, San Antonio)
 No lane restrictions
 All electronic tolling on SH 130
 Very small to negligible incidence of accidents
 No weigh stations on SH 130
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TRIP - From Seguin to North of Georgetown
Origin
SH123&IH10
Destination
SH130 north end
SH130 route
91 miles
SH123/IH35 route
82 miles
Take SH130 route: I10E to SH130 to IH-35 north (@ Georgetown) on to Dallas
or
I35 route: Hwy 123 north to IH35 north (@ San Marcos) to Georgetown on to Dallas
Time of day : morning peak
Day of week : TUESDAY
Distance
Time delay1
Travel time
Avg Speed
(miles)
(min)
(min)
(mph)
[123/I10E - SH130 south]
4
0
4
65.0
[SH130 south - Georgetown]
87
0
75
70.0
91
0
78
69.8
[123/I10E - San Marcos]
20
5
25
48.0
[San Marcos - Georgetown]
62
20
77
48.2
82
25
102
48.1
SH130 route
IH35 route
Total travel time savings by taking SH130 route :
1
24 min
based on an average truck speed of 65 mph (non-tolled) / 70 mph (tolled) (except SH123 - 60 mph)
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IH35 route
SH 130
COST STRUCTURE
route
route
($)
($)
Firm Value Activities
Inbound & outbound logistics
a
=
a
Marketing & sales
b
=
b
Customer service
c
=
c
Operations - equipment
Fuel & oil costs1
$
36.69
$
36.97
Truck/trailer lease or purchase payments2
$
22.75
$
20.50
Repair and maintenance3
$
9.10
$
9.84
Truck insurance premiums4
$
4.55
$
4.10
Permits and licenses5
$
2.28
$
2.05
Tires6
$
2.28
$
2.05
Toll charge (toll tag)7
$
39.32
$
-
Driver wages8
$
36.40
$
32.80
Driver benefits9
$
13.65
$
12.30
Operations - labor
Opportunity Cost or Value of Delay10
$ 167.01
$ 120.61
$
$
-
$ 167.01
$ 157.56
Extra savings [expenses] when taking the SH130 route :
1
4
7
10
@40mph ave speed - ave cost is $0.47/mile, @60mph - $0.42/mile, @20mph - $0.51/mile
ave $0.05/mile
using current approved toll rate structure
($9.45)
2
5
8
ave TL and LTL industry of $0.25/mile
ave $0.025/mile
ave $0.40/mile
3
6
9
ave $0.10/mile (Route 1), ave $0.12 mile (Route 2 )
ave $0.025/mile
ave $0.15/mile
low value of $80/hr for long haul trips - see "Assessing the Value of Delay to Truckers and Carriers " by UTCM and CFIRE [freight operations carry a higher real value of delay when compared to the
driver's perceptions of value of time]
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Difference in Value Chain Costs
Trip from Seguin to North of Georgetown
via SH123 with SH130 as a bypass option
Delay Time on SH123/IH35 Route (minutes)
60
daytime delay times
with accidents
50
40
typical daytime
peak delay times
Net VCC ($) @ VOD $105/hr
Net VCC ($) @ VOD $80/hr
Average
30
20
($40)
($20)
$0
$20
Cost Savings (expenses) when using SH130 ($)
SH 130 Concession Company, LLC
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$40
$60
Thank You
Gary Kuhn
Office: (210) 871-3822
[email protected]
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