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Appendix J Cost Feasible Plan Meetings

January 26, 2015


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APPENDIX J Cost Feasible Plan WORKSHOP CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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PRESS RELEASE


Contact: Marci Larson 904-306-7513 © 307-2888

NORTH FLORIDA TPO TO HOST LONG RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN PUBLIC MEETINGS Area Citizens Are Invited to Discuss Proposed Transportation Projects

How should we invest in transportation for the future? What do you do when you have nearly 700 needed transportation projects costing over $27 billion with $7.6 billion in projected revenue to pay for them? We must make tough choices. The North Florida Transportation Planning Organization (North Florida TPO) is developing the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan to meet the needs of our diverse and growing region. In our first round of public meetings in April, citizens told us their priorities for investing in road, transit, bicycle, pedestrian, freight, safety and technology projects. Based on that input and projected funding, the TPO has developed a draft Cost Feasible Plan. Area citizens and business owners are encouraged to participate in the meetings to see the proposed projects and alternatives and then let the TPO know how to invest. The ongoing public input and plan update process will conclude with a public hearing in November to adopt the recommended 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan. Every five years, the North Florida TPO revises the area’s transportation plan which has a 20-25 year time horizon and addresses roads, transit, freight, bike and pedestrian needs for our growing region. This year’s update will look at growth projected to the year 2040. The Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan will be completed by December. Visit www.pathforward2040.com or call 904-3067500 for more information.

The North Florida TPO is the independent regional transportation planning agency for Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties. We lead our region's efforts in planning, funding and mobilizing resources to develop and maintain our transportation system.

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PUBLIC MEETINGS

5 – 7 p.m. Duval County Tuesday, Sept. 16 Jacksonville Main Library 303 North Laura Street Jacksonville Tuesday, Sept. 23 Jacksonville Beach City Hall 11 3rd Street North Jacksonville beach Clay County Wednesday, Sept. 17 Fleming Island High School Teacher Training Center 2233 Village Square Parkway Orange Park Nassau County Thursday, Sept. 18 American beach Community Center 1600 Julia Street Fernandina Beach St. Johns County Monday, Sept. 22 Bartram Trail Library 60 Davis Pond Boulevard Fruit Cove

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MEETING MATERIALS


Public Meetings in September Tue 16th

5 PM to 7 PM

Duval

Jacksonville Main Library

Wed 17th Clay

Teacher’s Training Center, Fleming Island HS

Thu 18th

American Beach Community Center

Nassau

Mon 22nd St. John’s

Bartram Trail Library

Tue 23rd

Jacksonville Beach City Hall

Duval


Attendance 40 34

35

32

30 25 20 15 10

16 11

11

5

5

3

4

0 Clay

Duval 2035 LRTP

Nassau 2040 LRTP

St. Johns


Public Meeting Comments Subject Bike/Pedestrian Transit Road Need More Funding Flexibility TSM&O Environment Concerns

No. of Comments 38 23 17 12 1 1

89 comment forms. Some respondents discussed multiple topics.


Web Site Use 9,000

8,322

8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000

4,847 3,698

4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 Sessions

Users

Page Views


Prioritization Comparison 90% 80% 70%

78% 67%

60% 50% 40% 30%

30%

25%

23%

22%

17%

20% 10%

10%

3% 2%

0% Road

Bicycle and Pedestrian Needs Plan

14% 8%

12%

2% 1% TSM&O Cost Feasible

Transit Public Perception

Freight


Percent of Need Met (All fund sources) 47% 44%

28%

26% 21%

9%

Roadway Capacity

Bicycle and Pedestrian

TSM&O

Context Sensitive Solutions

Transit

Freight 7


1% 2%

All Projects by Mode Roadway Capacity Bicycle and Pedestrian TSM&O

22%

Context Sensitive Solutions Transit Freight

67% 8% Type Roadway Capacity

Amount (millions)

Percent of TOTAL

$5,482

67.3%

$135 $6

1.6% 0.1%

Context Sensitive Solutions Subtotal Highways Transit Freight

$59 $5,682 $624 $1,839

0.7%

Subtotal Multimodal TOTAL

$2,463 $8,146

Bicycle and Pedestrian TSM&O

7.6% 22.3% 8


Adjusted Multimodal Funds for Transit Roadway Capacity 15%

Bicycle and Pedestrian TSM&O Context Sensitive Solutions Transit Freight

14% 67% 1% 1% 2%

Type Roadway Capacity Bicycle and Pedestrian TSM&O Context Sensitive Solutions Subtotal Highways Transit Freight Subtotal Multimodal TOTAL

Amount (millions) $5,482 $135 $6 $59 $5,682 $1,190 $1,273 $2,463 $8,146

Percent of TOTAL 67.3% 1.6% 0.1% 0.7% 14.4% 15.4% 9


TPO Funds by Mode Roadway Capacity Bicycle and Pedestrian TSM&O Context Sensitive Solutions 38%

Transit

53%

3% 0%

6%

Type Roadway Capacity Bicycle and Pedestrian TSM&O Context Sensitive Solutions Subtotal Highways Transit Subtotal Multimodal TOTAL

Amount Percent of (millions) TOTAL $862 52.6% $103 6.2% $6 0.4% $44 2.6% $1,015 $624 37.4% $624 10 $1,640


Prioritization Comparison (TPO Funds) 60% 52% 50% 40% 30%

37% 30% 25%

23%

20% 10%

10%

2%

6%

0% Road

Safety and Operations Public Perception

Bicycle and Pedestrian TPO Funds

Transit


All Projects By County 70.0% 62.0% 60.0%

57.0%

50.0% 40.0% 30.0% 20.0%

20.0%

17.0% 16.0%

14.0%

10.0%

6.0%

9.0%

0.0% Clay

Duval % Population

Nassau % Funding Allocated

St. Johns 12


TPO Funds by County 60.0%

57.0% 52.1%

50.0% 40.0% 27.9%

30.0% 20.0%

20.0%

17.0% 16.0%

10.0%

6.0%

4.0%

0.0% Clay

Duval % Population

Nassau % Funding Allocated

St. Johns 13


Cost Benefit Ratio Needs Plan Economic Effect: • $23 billion transportation benefits • Create 11,300 permanent jobs • Impact on economy $24.6 billion

• $1.00 : $1.94

Cost Feasible Plan Estimated Economic Effect:

• $ 10 billion transportation benefits • Create 5,000 permanent jobs • Impact on economy $10.9 billion

Total Economic and Transportation Benefits $47.6 billion Total Economic and Transportation Benefits $20.9 billion


$ 7.78 Billion

COST FEASIBLE PLAN $5b

ROADS* $4.95b LOCAL ROADS ROADS* $0.88B

$4.9b

Funding is allocated according to federal and state requirements for each funding source and public input. The total amount of funding available is $7.78 billion. These projects provide a return on investment of $1.94 in economic benefits for every $1 invested for a total benefit of $14.7 billion.

Bike lanes and sidewalks are included in all non-limited access road projects. Additional funding is allocated to bicycle and pedestrian projects. This funding will increase 66 percent from the 2035 Plan and increase 123 percent from the 2030 Plan. Projects are not specified In the plan because more extensive public engagement is needed. Additional input opportunities will be provided in upcoming bicycle/pedestrian planning studies.

Transit investments are increasing 66 percent from the 2035 Plan and 92 percent from the 2030 Plan. Freight projects are important investments to support our region’s economic competitiveness and growth. They include improving connections to airports and seaports, operational and safety improvement for rail and highway- rail grade separation projects.

FIRST COAST EXPY $1.12B

$2.5b STRATEGIC INTERMODAL SYSTEM $2.24B

OTHER STATE HWY $0.71B

TRANSIT $1.21b

BIKE/PED $0.09b

HIGHWAY/ TRANSIT $0.22b

FREIGHT $1.27b

MULTIMODAL $0.6B FEDERAL/STATE $0.6B

ITS/SAFETY $0.04b

$0b *includes bike lanes and sidewalks for non-limited access roads

TPO DECISION AUTHORITY

FDOT ROADWAY ONLY

PATHFORWARD2040.COM

OTHER FUNDING


PUBLIC COMMENTS


Cost Feasible Plan Public Comments Location / Source Subject Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting Duval Public Meeting

Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped

Bike/Ped

Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped

Bike/Ped

Bike/Ped Bike/Ped

Comment All roadway projects by FDOT should include provisions for non-motorized modes of travel, including limited aces facilities. For example - like the Suncoast Parkway in Tampa, there's no reason the First coast Expressway can't have a shared use path paralleling its entire length Do what the people ask not what you want. The people want bike/ped, transit. 25% for bikes not 3%. This is what is asked for. No more roads. We want bikes + ped ad mass transit! Pulling funding 1.9 billion road projects. Better access to transit for ADA. Improvement for wheelchairs into buses and ADA ramps and stops, advance warning for ramps. Flatten curves/ADA ramps, better warning surfaces. I think it is essential that bicycle and pedestrian projects need to be called out in the plan. If there is a concern about listing specific projects, set aside a box fund with at least 3% of the cost affordable funds. A focus on environmentally focused projects that will 1) Reduce emissions and reduce GGE, 2) Support projects tat will not degrade the water and air quality of our area, 3) Projects that increase opportunities for bicycle and pedestrian modes of travel. We must make a shift in priority to livable and sustainable solutions. TPO can take the lead in reducing cars on the road by shifting more funding to bicycle/pedestrian as opposed to roads and transit. People want more bike, ped, transit that is clear. Why are (you) spending it on roads? Do what the people want! 25% want bike/ped. 2% actual is not right! I strongly disagree with spending $1.1 billion on the First Coast Outer Beltway and $2.2 Billion on the Strategic Intermodal System. This money should be reallocated to transit, bike and pedestrian improvements. FDOT project Beaver St., Stockton to McDuff. No sidewalks near viaduct. Road diet! If four lanes instead add sharrow and signage to project, bike racks on sidewalk. The allocation of bike/ped $ equally among counties is inappropriate and does not reflect population and needs, and both high demand in Jacksonville and public safety crisis presented by current state of facilities. JTA mobility improvement corridors are not meshed with COJ mobility plan bike/ped or gaps analysis or need - what about crossings at bus stops? What does bike/ped funding cover in terms of square miles and how is it allocated? What's included in the bike/ped slice?


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Nassau Public Meeting

Nassau Public Meeting Nassau Public Meeting

Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped

You are not listening to the public! How can each county leverage their $2MM bike/ped allocation? Who says we can't challenge FDOT? (Gave Fuller Warren Bridge example) How is money for Bike/ped and transit allocated on a county basis? We need a regional plan. 25% of local funds…bike/ped How do we address bike/ped safety? (We have a regional safety plan) We need awareness campaign. Is there any way to pull 1.9 B and apply to pedestrian issue? Public demand for biking - based on that bike/ped is significantly underfunded. Why invest in roads when B/P and transit are what people want? Do not create a dangerous situation. Planning/engineers compared to other cities - city just started a new person for bike/ped. One person in state of FL.

Bike/Ped

First, thank you for all the recent improvements in Nassau county in regard to bike-ped (trails, bike lanes). Our community values recreation and we are also aware that many, many of our visitors (tourists) also want to walk and cycle safely. Please continue to support such programs. Regarding transit and road improvements, it is very important to do our planning now for the out-years. Acquire the corridors before they are filled with development. Also, please insure that any mass transit we add to our area has the flexibility to move bicycles (in buses and trains).

Bike/Ped

Thanks for a well done open public meeting. Bicycles forever!

Bike/Ped

Please give higher priority to bike/ped part of plan on Amelia Island where I live. Bicycling and walking is important for transportation as well as recreation and provides a positive image for the Island.


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Website

Website

Bike/Ped Bike/Ped Bike/Ped

From a bicycle perspective, a lot positive has happened in the past 4-5 years. As a cyclist I am appreciative of the TPO in this regard. I hope it carries forward to the coming 5 years - thank you. Focus on modal conflicts, i.e. bike/ped vs. vehicle. Better (tighter) access control - median and driveway cuts, roundabouts vs. traffic signals @ intersections. I think many of the existing roads need to be retrofitted to accommodate bike/ped lanes and more emphasis needs to be placed on trails and other routes for bikes.

Bike/Ped

From Shave (SR200) Bridge to Amelia Island Pkwy. There are no bike lanes. Need bike lanes there. There are bike lanes leading to this section on both sides. With widening of SR 200 funding in to this point, bike lanes will be more important.

Bike/Ped

Bike lanes form Amelia Island Parkway to Bridge (SR 200). Bike lanes on two bridges from Little Talbot to Big Talbot Islands.

Bike/Ped

More bike paths and/or separate lanes for bikes.

Bike/Ped

Common sense and not politics should govern allocation of funds for bicycle and pedestrian resources in North Florida. The proposed rotation policy fails even the most basic requirements of planning and wastes valuable taxpayer resources. Funds should be allocated based on needs assessment, connectivity and safety, not on political favor. Please revise the plans to favor common sense and civic responsibility. Bert W. Shaw, MA, Bicyclists' Advocate and General Director, Representing the 1,200 members of the North Florida Bicycle Club.

Bike/Ped

I would like to comment on the TPO's process for the selection of bike/ped projects without a prioritization process that is based on connectivity or safety. I hope that you're well aware of Jacksonville's reputation as, arguably, the most dangerous city in the US for cyclists and pedestrians. As such, the selection of bike/ped projects should not be arbitrary. Emphasis should be placed on safety and connectivity. While most people with means just choose to drive their car because the streets of Jacksonville are unsafe, many others are forced to walk and ride along whichever route is available. Your video at the Path Forward 2040 site emphasizes the need to reduce congestion. If you make cycling, walking and mass transit a viable option for people, it will reduce congestion without the need for new road construction. I also have a question. The slide below, from the meeting in Jacksonville, that I could not attend, suggests that the public's priorities are equally split between funding roads and bike/ped facilities. However, the "needs" for bike/ped facilites are shown to be only 2%. How was this determined? Certainly this was not a reflection of our safety numbers, which are abysmal. As the vice-chairman of the Jacksonville BPAC, I'm very concerned about the selection process for bike/ped projects and I would be happy to provide my input to the TPO on specific project decisions. Please don't hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Troy Mayhew


It seems most of the budget allotted goes towards road building projects instead of investing in transit or bike/pedestrian improvements--no wonder Jax is one of the most deadly cities for pedestrian/biker fatalities.

Website

Bike/Ped

Duval Public Meeting

Bike/Ped + Transit

Improved transit and expanded biker accommodations like bike lanes and bridge crossings

Bike/Ped + Transit

This should be down right spell binding to the 849,997 of you that stayed home during the recent TPO dog and pony show. The 23 of us that did show up (you must give consideration to the 11 or 12 souls that were being paid to be there) gave them hell for two solid hours. Will it matter? No a chance. This stuff is pre ordained and in the pipeline, the 'public input' is simply a noise hurdle required by big brother. You will get more roads, less transit, less bike and pedestrian paths and you will learn to like it! The voices of change can be counted on one hand.

Bike/Ped + Transit + TSM&O

Since MPO/TPO has become "Regional" transportation needs locally in Duval Co. have been ignored and/or put on the back burner. Duval Co. streets and roads within are in horrible condition. This situation seems to have delayed the implementation of "BRT" Bus Rapid Transport. Duval Co. needs (CR, B, BK) access to all four sides of city where in diversified services exist. GNM in Durkeeville has requested sidewalks and improvements for Myrtle Avenue from Forrest St. to Myrtle Ave. @ Golfair, which also needs bike lanes. This area has more bicycle riders day and night than any other local area. This has been noted and requested many times before now at public meetings, notes to CCM's and comments to the TPO/CAC. No response yet. An updated traffic signal at the five point intersection of Kings Rd., N. Myrtle Ave. and 3rd St. is sorely needed, due to accident, blind spots turning west and turning east onto Kings Road.

MJ meeting article

Duval Public Meeting

Website

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Environment Conserve wetlands with any project

Funding

Funding Funding Funding

Part, and only part (although a significant part), is the organization of the funding. Restricted funding is restricted. Unfortunately, that's a result of the political process and the way funds have historically been organized. I think the big thing we should take on is figure out how we can get these buckets of funding reorganized to meet the needs of the 21st century Jax metropolitan area. Needs have changed, funding allocation needs to change. How flexible are yellow funding categories in Ppt.? What are other regional funding sources/taxes? We need to ask for restructuring of restricted funds.


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Funding Funding Funding Funding Funding Funding Funding

You promise to consider but don't. Is there flexibility to shift funds? This process has not worked for the public - funding with public funds (input goes back to elected officials). Need initiative to get policy change. Balance is necessary. TPO Board can say no - change what projects are funded. Can we take dollars and shift them? (Only in a few areas)

Clay Public Meeting

Funding

I applaud your efforts to put some real science behind how you evaluate and weigh projects for funding.

Duval Public Meeting

Road

Clay Public Meeting

Road

We’ve asked for SIS in Clay and Putnam counties.

Clay Public Meeting

Road

We’re interested in 17 becoming an SIS to open up economic opportunities.

Clay Public Meeting

Road

Should county commission vote on 17 becoming an SIS?

Clay Public Meeting

Road

Clay Public Meeting

Road

Clay Public Meeting

Road

First Coast Expressway – we support from a standpoint of economic growth and development.

Clay Public Meeting

Road

Shands Bridge doesn’t meet safety requirements for Florida evacuations.

Clay Public Meeting

Road

Hwy 17 (Palatka to 295) needs to be added to the SIS plan due to the ports in GCS (@Reynolds) and Palatka. Ideas presented: Resolutions from Counties and cities as well at State Senator and Rep.

Why is beltway going over potentially functional airport?

Middle tiered counties like Clay and Putnam are walled off from the big pots of money. Clay’s contribution to the gas tax through the years doesn’t match up with the projects that are awarded in this county. Didn’t see the Greencove Bridge on the project list, but saw it on the map. Make sure that’s corrected. This bridge is a safety and liability issue…we need the sidewalks widened to accommodate golf cart traffic.


Clay Public Meeting

Clay Public Meeting

St. Johns Public Meeting St. Johns Public Meeting

Road

Port to port connections using US17 should qualify for SIS funding. Suggest changing the FDOT policy recognizing the SIS needs between Palatka, Green cove Springs and Jacksonville.

Road

Please consider economic impact by percentage when deciding. I believe the Outer Expressway will have a greater impact in Clay County than any other area. One such example is the connection of Cecil Park to and through Reynolds Park, driving additional business and jobs in an area typically considered a bedroom community This can also result in lesser traffic/commuters to an from Duval, resulting in a greater/more dramatic impact on the current traffic problems as well..

Road Road

St. Johns Public Meeting

Road

St. Johns Public Meeting

Road

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Road Road Road + Transit

Transit

Transit Transit Transit

I do not believe that CR 305 in St. Johns should be widened before the completion of 305 to connect with CR 13 at Flagler Estates (Hastings) is completed. The attached is a "case" for an improved evacuation route from A1A to the Palm Valley Bridge and on to Nocatee, Rt. 1 and 95. For smaller roads roundabouts are good. Electronic tolling vs. coin/$ collection good. Most people like their cars - plan accordingly. TPO should build on maps that include FDOT five year projects to bridge gap (ex. 9B) because most citizens are unaware of upcoming projects. We would like to be contacted regarding Rt. 2209 and 210. We live at Cimmarone and have heard of different stories. Our prime concern is Rt. 210 and what the plans are for the section we live in with all the bldg. going on. Thank you. Helen and Peter Schaap What additional toll roads are anticipated by 2017? I-295 interchange at Old St. Augustine Road causes congestion on !-295. Congestion on SR 13 - San Jose Blvd., I-295 Clay County to JTB, Racetrack 9B corridors, CR 210 improvements, passenger rail transportation from Jax up and down the coast. The bus system must be improved and expanded. Buses have to go to areas where there are lucrative jobs. But No, we have to improve commuter roads. Screw the people who can't get a job because they don't have a car, seriously. There are companies that will not hire you if you don't have a car. If the transit in this city allowed people to get to work on time, that attitude might go away. Need more transit to attract choice riders. Will transit funding make a difference when it comes to maintaining the roads? What is the status of commuter rail?


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MJ meeting article

MJ meeting article

Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit Transit

If you don't have a car it's impossible to get a job because buses don't run often enough, on time or where I need to go. Skyway or streetcar - what is it going to be? JTA has been studying this too long. BRT - is it going to go down Philips or Southside Blvd.? Will commuter rail be held hostage by All Aboard Florida? We need bus routes, not light rail to St. Aug. Put all money in transit, we haven't tried other options. Ballpark streetcars per mile - 33M for a mile - economic impact. Ohio and Kenosha Wisconsin streetcars are a tourist attraction. Excellent meeting and very informative. Thank you. Especially interested in public transit, coordinated inter-county systems and funding sources including county-by-county regional co-funding to support it.

Transit

More public bus service and/or private bus.

Transit

Seems kind of foolish to me, instead of taking 17 to 10 to Forsyth, they will add another 15-20 minutes onto the ride by going through Avondale/Riverside/Brooklyn? Kind of defeating the purpose. Also, how "experimental" are these maps, because it is definitely useless to run BRT all the way out to Middleburg. Anything further than OP Mall on Blanding is wasteful in my opinion. I mean right now the express bus comes all the way down to Doctors Inlet at 220 and though ridership is growing, (avg 5 or 6 cars in the park and ride instead of none to 2 that were there in the beginning), it still must be a money loser. Shorten up those BRT lines, run a streetcar down Park from JRTC to FCCJ-Kent and all those wishing to go that way can connect there, while those heading downtown or to points east can move on with some speed.

Transit

They most likely need riders from denser neighborhoods to make their ridership numbers better in order to win funding. The map also shows a JTA accessibility and mobility improvement project for Park Street. Perhaps, they are willing to pay for the complete retrofit of Park Street, if allowed to operate BRT on it? On the other hand, no real need to add a streetcar to Brooklyn or Riverside if you're running BRT two blocks away from the corridor. Take that fixed transit money to another neighborhood like Springfield instead of investing in duplication.


MJ meeting article

Transit

Sounds like we need to improve some grass roots advocacy for transit.

Beach Public Meeting

Transit

Commuter Rail on FEC to St. Augustine. Would like to see All Aboard Florida in Jacksonville. Intercity rail to Palm Coast.

Website

Transit

I live in Riverside and work at WD/BILO HQ so ride my bike or drive but would take a bus if it was time efficient.


Clay County   Thrasher‐Horn Center  April 17, 2014             


Duval County  Jacksonville Main Public Library  September 16, 2014   


Duval County  Jacksonville Beach City Hall  September 23, 2014   


Nassau County   American Beach Community Center  September 18, 2014   


St. Johns County  Bartram Trail Library  September 2, 2014       


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