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2040 LONG RANGE TRANSPORTATION PLAN FINAL REPORT

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PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

EXECUTIVESUMMARY:INVESTINGINOURFUTURE T HE P ATH F ORWARD 2040  L ONG R ANGE T RANSPORTATION P LANPROPOSESNEWSTRATEGIESAND PROJECTSTOACTBOLDLYTODEFINETHETRANSPORTATIONINVESTMENTSTHATWILLSHAPEOUR COMMUNITY ’ SFUTUREFORDECADESTOCOME . NorthFlorida,likemanygreatregions,beganasahubfor commerceandtransportation.Oursixcountyregion consistingofBaker,Clay,Duval,Nassau,PutnamandSt. JohnsCountiesconsistsofanareaofover3,900square milesand1.4millioncitizens.Itincludessomeofour nation’sfirstports,citiesandroads.Ourhistoryasa transportationcentershapedourregion’spastandwill driveourfuture.

foundationforthatprocessthroughtheyear2040that willmeetthechallengesoftoday’scongestionand tomorrow’sgrowth. Everyfiveyears,theNorthFloridaTransportation PlanningOrganization(TPO)updatestheregion’sLong RangeTransportationPlan(LRTP)toguidedecision makingandinvestmentinourtransportationsystem. Transportationprojectsmustbeincludedintheplanto receivestateandfederalfunding,andallprojectsinthe planmusthavetheprojectedcostandfundingsource identified.Theplanisrequiredtohaveatleasta20Ͳyear horizonandaddressmajorroad,transit,freight,bikeand pedestrianneeds.Sincethe2035updatewascompleted in2009,we’veexperiencedchangesinoureconomythat affecthowwelive,travelandpayfortransportation improvements.TheLRTPproposesnewstrategiesand projectstoactboldlytodefinethetransportation investmentsthatwillshapeourcommunity’sfuturefor decadestocome.However,ourneedsgreatlyexceedthe anticipatedrevenues.Intoday’sdollarswehavemore than$27billionofneedsversus$7billioninfunding. Consideringinflationoverthe22Ͳyearplanhorizon, thoseneedsincreaseto$46billionwithonly$14.8billion inrevenuesavailable.

Roads,bridges,airports,railroadsandseaportsdeliver thegoodsweconsumeeachday.About190milliontons offreightaretransportedthroughouttheregionby truck,rail,airandwatereachyear.Theseactivitiesarea majorenginedrivingoureconomy.But,ourfutureas America’sLogisticsCenterisindangerbecauseoftraffic congestion.Trafficcongestionslowsthemovementof peopleandgoodsthatmakesthisregionvitaland prosperous. Everydaywetraveltowork,toschool,forshoppingand recreation.Bytheyear2040,we’llhavenearly1.9million residents.Ourregionwillgrowbyapproximately 600,000people,265,000householdsand300,000jobs. Thisgrowthinpopulationwillsignificantlyincreasethe demandforsafe,reliableandaccessibletransportation. Notonlywillwehavemoredemandfortransportation, butthemobilityneedsofourresidentsarechangingtoo. Formany,accesstotransitandtheabilitytowalkto workorshopmaybemoreimportantthandriving. Transituseisontheriseandourresidentshavetoldus theywantmoreaccesstoreliableandefficientpublic transportation.Ouroldergenerationneedsmore choicesforpersonalmobilitythatdonotrelyon automobilesandyoungergenerationsarechoosingmore activelifestylesthatincludebicyclesandwalking. Concernsabouttheenvironmentarealsochangingthe waywetravelwithmoretravelerschoosingalternative fuelsandridesharingoptionstoreducetheircarbon footprint.

Tomaximizeourreturnoninvestment,ourplan proposesstrategiessuchasexpresslanesand transportationsystemsmanagementandoperations projects.Otherstrategicinvestmentssuchastransit, contextsensitivesolutionsanddedicatedrevenuesfor bicycleandpedestrianimprovementswillprovidemode choicestoenhancemobilityandlivabilitywithinthe region.Investmentsinourmultimodalsystemstomove freightwillbethecatalystforcontinuedeconomic prosperitytoenhanceourregion’scompetitiveness. Afteranextensiveplanningandcommunityoutreach process,theNorthFloridaTPOadoptedtheLRTP November13,2014.

Buildingroads,transitandothertransportation infrastructuredoesn’thappenovernight.Ittakesyears ofplanningandcoordinationandthisplanformsthe

Thisreportsummarizestheplanningprocessandthe adoptedplan.

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ORGANIZATIONOFTHISREPORT Thisreportisorganizedasfollows.

  TravelDemandForecasting

PARTONE:INTRODUCTION Thissectionsetsthestagefortheplanbydescribingour regionandprovidingareviewoftrendsandconditions. Asummaryoftheorganizationofthisreportisalso providedtoassistthereaderinidentifyingthekey elementsoftheplanandmajorcomponents.

Asummaryoftheanticipatedgrowthandfuturedemand fortransportationservicesisprovidedthatisbasedon thedevelopingaregionaltraveldemandforecasting modelusedintheplanningprocess.

FreightandIntermodalSystems

PARTTWO:PLANNINGPROCESS

AspartofthedevelopmentoftheLRTP,existing commodityflowsandfuturedemandforfreight transportationsystemsweredeveloped.Thissection providesasummaryofthatanalysis.

PartTwooutlinestheplanningprocessandisorganized asfollows:

GoalsandObjectives Thissectionsummarizesthegoals,objectives, performancemeasuresandimplementingpolicesthat wereadoptedaspartoftheplanningprocess.

FinancialResources Aforecastofthefinancialresourcesanticipatedtobe availableforuseintheplanissummarizedinthissection. Theplanconsideredfederal,stateandlocalresources thatareanticipatedtobeavailablethroughtheplanning horizonof2040.

ConsistencywithFederalandState Requirements Thissectionoutlinesthefederalandstatemetropolitan planningrequirementsanddemonstratesthe consistencyoftheplanwiththeserequirements.

EnvironmentalConsiderations Thissectionsummarizestheprocessusedtoconsiderthe potentialenvironmentalconsequencesoftheplan throughtheEfficientTransportationDecisionMaking ProcessestablishedbytheFDOT.Asummaryofthe systemwideapproachtomitigationofprojectsisalso identified.

SafetyandSecurity ThisplanbuildsontheNorthFloridaTPO’sStrategic SafetyPlanwhichwasadoptedin2012andprovideda foundationforidentifyingtheneedsandprioritiesfor safetyinvestments.

PublicInvolvement

CongestionManagementProcess

Thepublicinvolvementprocessusedaspartoftheplan andtheinvolvementresultsaresummarizedaspartof thisreport.Thesectionalsosummarizestheactionsthat wereusedtoengagetheunderservedandaddressthe federalrequirementsforEnvironmentalJusticeandTitle VIoftheCivilRightsAct.

TheNorthFloridaTPOmaintainsaCongestion ManagementProcesswhichidentifiestrendsand conditionsforcongestionwithinthearea,congested facilitiesandstrategiesandtacticsforaddressingthat congestion.Thissectionsummarizestheuseofthe CongestionManagementPlanintheplanningprocess.

PlanAlternatives

CompletedandCommittedConstruction

Asummaryoftheplanalternativesconsideredaspartof theplanningprocessissummarized.

Asafoundationoftheplanningprocess,thisplan documentsthemajorprojectsthatwerecompletedsince adoptingthe2035LRTPandtheprojectswith commitmentstoconstructionwithinthenextfiveyears aspartoftheTransportationImprovementProgram,the FloridaDepartmentofTransportation’s(FDOT’s) AdoptedWorkProgramandlocalagencycapital improvementplans.

  

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PARTTHREE:ROADCAPACITY

ReferencedDocuments

WithinPartThree,asummaryoftheneedsandprojects adoptedaspartoftheCostFeasiblePlanare summarized.Thefollowingplanelementswere identified:

Tosupplementthisreportmoredetailedinformationis providedinthefollowingtechnicalmemorandaand appendicesprovidedonaDVDincludedwiththisreport.

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NeedsPlan CostFeasiblePlan ͲStrategicIntermodalSystemFundedProjects ͲOtherFederalandStateFundedProjects ͲTollFundedProjects ͲLocallyandPrivatelyFundedProjects 

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PARTFOUR:MULTIMODALPROJECTS Thissectiondescribesthemultimodalprojectsidentified intheplanthatsupportprovidingmobilitychoiceswithin theregion.Theyinclude ƒ ƒ ƒ 

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TransitCapacityPrograms ActiveTransportation 1 FreightandIntermodalPlanningProjects 0F0F0F

A. StrategicSafetyPlan B. CongestionManagementProcessandAnnual MobilityReport C. FederalandStateRevenueForecast D. EfficientTransportationDecisionMakingProject Summary E. FDOTMitigationPlanandSt.JohnsRiverWater ManagementDistrictPermittingProcess F. JacksonvilletoAtlantaHighSpeedRailCorridor G. JacksonvilletoTampaCorridoroftheFuture H. ProjectPrioritizationScores I. RegionalITSandTSM&OMasterPlan J. AASHTOReportonNationalConnectedVehicleField InfrastructureFootprintAnalysis K. NeedsPlanProjectCostsandPurposeandNeed Statements L. CostFeasiblePlanMasterProjectList

PARTFIVE:TRANSPORTATIONSYSTEMS MANAGEMENT,OPERATIONSANDMAINTENANCE Themanagementandoperationsofthetransportation systemisessentialforensuringwegetthemostfromour investmentsandcanadequatelymaintainthesystem consistentwithourpreservationgoals.Thefollowing elementsarediscussed ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

SafetyandSecurity TransportationSystemsManagementand Operations AutonomousandConnectedVehicles OperationsandMaintenance

 PartSix:PlanSummary PartSixprovidesasummaryoftheplanaddressing measuresofeffectivenessanddemonstratesthebalance achievedintheplanfromamodalandgeographicequity distributionbycounty.

   1 ActiveTransportationProjectsincludebicycleand pedestrianprojectsandmobilityenhancementsto supporttransit. iii 

TechnicalMemorandum#1–PublicInvolvement Plan TechnicalMemorandum#2–GoalsandObjectives TechnicalMemorandum#3–2030and2040 SocioeconomicDataandLandUseForecasts TechnicalMemorandum#4–ModelValidation Report TechnicalMemorandum#5–FreightModeling TechnicalMemorandum#6–FinancialResources TechnicalMemorandum#7–ExistingPlus CommittedProjects TechnicalMemorandum#8–NeedsPlan TechnicalMemorandum#9–ContextSensitive SolutionsGuidelines TechnicalMemorandum#10–CostFeasiblePlan 


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CONTENTS ExecutiveSummary:InvestinginOurFutureͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲi OrganizationofthisReportͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲii ContentsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲiv ListofFiguresͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲv ListofTablesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲviii ListofAcronymsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲx StudyParticipantsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲxi  PartOne:Introduction  PlanningProcessOverviewͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ1  RegionalOverviewͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ3   PartTwo:PlanningProcess  Goals,Objectives,PerformanceMeasuresandImplementingPoliciesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ1  ConsistencywithFederalandStatePlansͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ9  SafetyandSecurityͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ21  CongestionManagementProcessͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ25  CompletedandCommittedConstructionͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ31  TravelDemandForecastingͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ39  FreightandIntermodalSystemsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ47  FinancialResourcesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ65  EnvironmentalConsiderationsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ69  PublicInvolvementͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ75  PlanAlternativesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ107  PartThree:RoadProjects  NeedsPlanͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ1  CostFeasiblePlanͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ15  StrategicIntermodalSystemsFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ33  OtherFederallyandStateFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ37  TollFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ45  LocallyandPrivatelyFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ47  PartFour:MultimodalProjects  TransitCapacityProgramsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ1  ActiveTransportationandContextSensitiveSolutionsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ27  FreightandIntermodalSystemsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ53  PartFive:SystemsManagement,OperationsandMaintenance  TransportationSystemsManagementandOperationsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ1  AutonomousandConnectedVehiclesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ11  SafetyandSecurityͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ13  OperationsandMaintenceͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ17  PartSix:PlanSummary  MeasuresofEffectivenessͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ1  BalancingthePlanͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ5    iv 


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AttachementsandAppendices(onDVD) TechnicalMemorandum#1–PublicInvolvementPlan TechnicalMemorandum#2–GoalsandObjectives TechnicalMemorandum#3–2030and2040SocioeconomicDataandLandUseForecasts TechnicalMemorandum#4–ModelValidationReport TechnicalMemorandum#5–FreightModeling TechnicalMemorandum#6–FinancialResources TechnicalMemorandum#7–ExistingPlusCommittedProjects TechnicalMemorandum#8–NeedsPlan TechnicalMemorandum#9–ContextSensitiveSolutionsGuidelines TechnicalMemorandum#10–CostFeasiblePlan  A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. 

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LISTOFFIGURES  Figure1Ͳ1.SummaryofMajorPlanComponentsandMilestonesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ2 Figure1Ͳ2.NorthFloridaTPORegionMapͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ4 Figure1Ͳ3.StrategicIntermodalSystemRegionalͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ5 Figure1Ͳ4.StrategicIntermodalSysemInsetMapͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ6  Figure2Ͳ1.PrirotySafetyandCongestionManagementCorridorsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ23 Figure2Ͳ2.CompletedandCommittedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ32 Figure2Ͳ3.ChangesinScreenlineVolumesfrom2010to2040ͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ45 Figure2Ͳ4.SummaryofGDPForecastsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ52 Figure2Ͳ5.2040ModerateTEUPortForecastͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ54 Figure2Ͳ6.2040AggressiveTEUPortForecast–LoadedandEmptiesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ55 Figure2Ͳ7.2040ModerateTEUPortForecast–LoadedandEmptiesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ56 Figure2Ͳ8.2040ModerateForecastofRailIntermodalͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ58 Figure2Ͳ9.2040AggressiveForecastofRailIntermoalͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ59 Figure2Ͳ10.2010TruckVolumesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ63 Figure2Ͳ11.2040TruckVolumesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ64 Figure2Ͳ12.EfficientTransportationDecisionMakingPlanningProcessͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ71 Figure2Ͳ13.St.JohnsRiverWaterManagementDistrictWetlandMitigationBanksͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ73 Figure2Ͳ14.InteractivePriorityMapͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ80 Figure2Ͳ15.VisitsandUseofAllocationGameͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ81 Figure2Ͳ16.ReportedPrioritiesinAssetAllocationGameͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ82 Figure2Ͳ17.SummaryofBudgetAllocationͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ83 Figure2Ͳ18.SummaryBrochureͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ86 Figure2Ͳ19.ExampleofFutureCityPhysicalModelͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ87 Figure2Ͳ20.CrashSeverityHotSpotsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ92 Figure2Ͳ21.CongestionHotSpotsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ93 Figure2Ͳ22.ComparisonofPrioritiesfromMultipleSourcesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ97 Figure2Ͳ23.SummaryofFundingAllocationComparedtoPublicPriorityͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ101 Figure2Ͳ24.PercentofNeedMetbyModeͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ102 Figure2Ͳ25.2010BaseYearDeficienciesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ111 Figure2Ͳ26.2040NoBuildDeficienciesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ112 Figure2Ͳ27.2040NeedsPlanTrendScenarioDeficienciesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ113 Figure2Ͳ28.2040NeedsPlanAlternateLandUseScenarioDeficienciesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ114  Figure3Ͳ1.RegionalRoadCapacityNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ2 Figure3Ͳ2.BakerCountyRoadCapacityNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ3 Figure3Ͳ3.ClayCountyRoadCapacityNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ4 Figure3Ͳ4.DuvalCountyRoadCapacityNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ5 Figure3Ͳ5.NassauCountyRoadCapacityNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ6 Figure3Ͳ6.PutnamCountyRoadCapacityNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ7 Figure3Ͳ7.St.JohnsCountyRoadCapacityNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ8 Figure3Ͳ8.RoadwayFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ28 Figure3Ͳ9.ClayCountyFundedRoadwayProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ29 Figure3Ͳ10.DuvalCountyFundedRoadwayProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ31 Figure3Ͳ12.St.JohnsCountyFundedRoadwayProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ32  Figure4Ͳ1.TransitNeedsBRT,CommuterRail,SkywayandStreetcarͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ2 Figure4Ͳ2.TransitNeedsLocalandExpressBusͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ3 Figure4Ͳ3.BakerCountyTransitNeedsCommuterRailͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ4 Figure4Ͳ4.BakerCountyTransitNeedsLocalBusServiceͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ5 vi 


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Figure4Ͳ5.ClayCountyTransitProjectNeedsBRTandCommuterRailͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ6 Figure4Ͳ6.ClayCountyTransitProjectsNeedsLocalandExpressBusͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ7 Figure4Ͳ7.DuvalCountyTransitProjectNeedsBRT,CommuterRail,SkywayandStreetcarͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ8 Figure4Ͳ8.DuvalCountyTransitProjectNeedsLocalandExpressBusServiceͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ9 Figure4Ͳ9.NassauCountyTransitProjectNeedsBRT,CommuterRail,SkywayandStreetcarͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ10 Figure4Ͳ10.NassauCountyTransitProjectNeedsLocalandExpressBusͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ11 Figure4Ͳ11.PutnamCountyTransitProjectNeedsCommuterRailͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ12 Figure4Ͳ12.PutnamCountyTransitProjectNeedsLocalBusServiceͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ13 Figure4Ͳ13.St.JohnsCountyTransitProjectNeedsBRTandCommuterRailͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ14 Figure4Ͳ14.St.JohnsCountyTransitProjectNeedsLocalBusServiceͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ15 Figure4Ͳ15.CostFeasiblePlanTransitBRT,CommuterRail,SkywayandStreetcarͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ19 Figure4Ͳ16.CostFeasiblePlanClayCountyTransitProjectsBRTandCommuterRailͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ20 Figure4Ͳ17.CostFeasiblePlanDuvalCountyTransitProjectsBRT,CommuterRail,SkywayandStreetcarͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ21 Figure4Ͳ18.CostFeasiblePlanNassauCountyTransitProjectsBRT,CommuterRail,SkywayandStreetcarͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ22 Figure4Ͳ19.CostFeasiblePlanSt.JohnsCountyTransitProjectsBRTandCommuterRailͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ23 Figure4Ͳ20.BicycleandPedestrianNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ28 Figure4Ͳ21.BakerCountyBicycleandPedestrianCorridorsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ29 Figure4Ͳ22.ClayCountyFloridaGreenwaysandTrailsandPrioritiesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ30 Figure4Ͳ23.DuvalCountyGreenwaysandTrailsandPrioritiesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ31 Figure4Ͳ24.NassauCountyGreenwaysandTrailsandPrioritiesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ32 Figure4Ͳ25.PutnamGreenwaysandTrailsandPrioritiesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ33 Figure4Ͳ26.St.JohnsGreenwaysandTrailsandPrioritiesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ34 Figure4Ͳ27.CandidateContextSensitiveSolutionsCorridorsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ40 Figure4Ͳ28.FreghtNeedsProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ55 Figure4Ͳ29.BakerCountyFreightNeedsProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ56 Figure4Ͳ30.ClayCountyFreightNeedsProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ57 Figure4Ͳ31.DuvalCountyFreightNeedsProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ58 Figure4Ͳ32.NassauCountyFreightNeedsProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ59 Figure4Ͳ33.PutnamCountyFreightNeedsProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ60 Figure4Ͳ34.St.JohnsFreightNeedsProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ61 Figure4Ͳ35.CostFeasiblePlanFreightProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ66 Figure4Ͳ36.ClayCountyCFPFreightProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ67 Figure4Ͳ37.DuvalCountyCFPFreightProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ68 Figure4Ͳ38.NassauCountyCFPFreightProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ69 Figure4Ͳ39.St.JohnsCountyCFPFreightProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ70  Figure5Ͳ1.SafetyandTSM&OProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ2 Figure5Ͳ2.ClayCountySafetyandTSM&OProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ3 Figure5Ͳ3.DuvalCountySafetyandTSM&OProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ4 Figure5Ͳ4.NassauSafetyandTSM&OProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ5 Figure5Ͳ5.St.JohnsSafetyandTSM&OProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ6  Figure6Ͳ1.2040CostFeasiblePlanDeficienciesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ4  



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LISTOFTABLES  Table1Ͳ1.PopulationGrowthͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ11 Table1Ͳ2.EmploymentGrowthͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ11 Table1Ͳ3.SummaryofRecentMobilityTrends(averagedailyvalues)ͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ13 Table1Ͳ4.AnticipatedChangestoTripTravelTimes(2010to2040)ͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ13 Table1Ͳ5.TotalTonsofCommodities(millionsoftonsperyear)ͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ1Ͳ14  Table2Ͳ1.EnhanceEconomicDevelopmentObjectivesandPerformanceMeasuresͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ2 Table2Ͳ2.LivabilityandSustainabilityObjectivesandPerformanceMeasuresͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ3 Table2Ͳ3.SafetyObjectivesandPerformanceMeasuresͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ3 Table2Ͳ4.MobilityandAccessibilityObjectivesandPerformanceMeasuresͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ4 Table2Ͳ5.SystemPreservationObjectivesandPerformanceMeasuresͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ6 Table2Ͳ6.TraceabilityMatrixͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ11 Table2Ͳ7.FederalPlanningRequirementsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ12 Table2Ͳ8.StatePlanningRequirementsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ18 Table2Ͳ9.CongestedFacilitiesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ27 Table2Ͳ10.MajorProjectsUnderConstructionorCompletedSincethe2035PlanwasAdoptedͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ33 Table2Ͳ11.MajorRoadProjectswithConstructionFundingCommittedͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ36 Table2Ͳ12.MajorBicycle,PedestrianandTransitProjectswithConstructionFundingCommittedͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ37 Table2Ͳ13.NERPMͲABYear2010and2040PopulationandEmploymentControlTotalsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ42 Table2Ͳ14.EmploymentinTrendandAlternateLandUseScenariosͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ43 Table2Ͳ15.Year2040SchoolEnrollmentProjectsversusAgeGroupProjectionsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ43 Table2Ͳ16.TotalTonsofCommodities(millionsperyear)ͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ48 Table2Ͳ17.TopOriginsandDestinationsofTruckFreightPassinngThroughNorthFloridaͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ48 Table2Ͳ18.TopOriginsandDestinationsofRailFreightPassingThroughNorthFloridaͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ49 Table2Ͳ19.SummaryofTEUsforNorthFloridaPortFacilities(JAXPORTandPortofFernandina)ͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ59 Table2Ͳ20.SummaryofRailIntermodalForecastsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ57 Table2Ͳ21.GrowthFactorsforTrucksͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ60 Table2Ͳ22.SummaryofTruckModelInputsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ62 Table2Ͳ23.FederalandStateRevenuesͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ66 Table2Ͳ24.LocalRevenueͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ67 Table2Ͳ25.SummaryofFundingProgramsbyPrimaryDecisionͲMakingAuthorityͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ2Ͳ68 Table2Ͳ26.OnͲlineAssetAllocationGame.............................................................................................................2Ͳ78 Table2Ͳ27.InteractivePriorityMapLegend..........................................................................................................2Ͳ79 Table2Ͳ28.SummaryofPriorityStrategiesOnͲlineAllocationGame.....................................................................2Ͳ82 Table2Ͳ29.BudgetAllocationfromOnͲlineAllocationGame.................................................................................2Ͳ83 Table2Ͳ30.SummaryofStrategiesfromOnͲlineAllocationGame.........................................................................2Ͳ84 Table2Ͳ31.SummaryofDemographicInformationfromOnͲlineAllocationGame...............................................2Ͳ85 Table2Ͳ32.MeetingSummary................................................................................................................................2Ͳ88 Table2Ͳ33.SummaryofPublicMeetingAdvertisements.......................................................................................2Ͳ94 Table2Ͳ34.NeedsPlanWorkshopsAttendance......................................................................................................2Ͳ95 Table2Ͳ35.SummaryofNeedsPlanPublicWorkshopAllocationGame................................................................2Ͳ95 Table2Ͳ36.SummaryofNeedsPlanPublicWorkshopComments.........................................................................2Ͳ96 Table2Ͳ37.SummaryofInputbyPercentRespondents.........................................................................................2Ͳ97 Table2Ͳ38.SummaryofAttendanceattheCostFeasiblePlanWorkshops............................................................2Ͳ98 Table2Ͳ39.SummaryofCommentsDuringCostFeasiblePlanWorkshops............................................................2Ͳ99 Table2Ͳ40.ModalDistribution..............................................................................................................................2Ͳ100 Table2Ͳ41.OrganizationsServingMinorityandUnderservedPopulations..........................................................2Ͳ103 Table2Ͳ42.MajorImprovementsinMinorityandUnderservedCommunities....................................................2Ͳ105 Table2Ͳ43.SummaryofDeficiencyAnalysis.........................................................................................................2Ͳ110 Table2Ͳ44.SummaryofNeedsVersusRevenueinPresentDayDollars...............................................................2Ͳ115 viii 


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Table3Ͳ1.RoadCapacityNeedsbyCountyͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ9 Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrderͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ17 Table3Ͳ3.StrategicIntermodalSystemProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ34 Table3Ͳ4.OtherStateandFederallyProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ38 Table3Ͳ5.TransportationManagementAreaFundProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ42 Table3Ͳ6.TransportationRegionalIncentiveProgramͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ43 Table3Ͳ7.ProjectsFundedwithTurnpike/TollRevenueͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ46 Table3Ͳ8.ClayCountyLocallyFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ48 Table3Ͳ9.DuvalCountyLocallyFundedProjects(NonLOGT)ͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ48 Table3Ͳ10.DuvalCountyLocallyFundedProjectsfromLOGTͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ49 Table3Ͳ11.NassauCountyLocallyFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ50 Table3Ͳ12.St.JohnsCountyLocallyFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ3Ͳ50  Table4Ͳ1.TransitNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ16 Table4Ͳ2.FederalandStateTransitCapacityProjectsCostFeasiblePlanͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ24 Table4Ͳ3.SummaryofFundingSourceforTransitͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ25 Table4Ͳ4.DedicatedBicycleandPedestrianProjectNeedsbyCountyͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ35 Table4Ͳ5.CandidateContextSensitiveCorridorsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ41 Table4Ͳ6.TransitAccessibilityandMobilityEnhancementProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ42 Table4Ͳ7.BicycleandPedestrianPrioritizationͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ45 Table4Ͳ8.SummaryofAnticipatedExpendituresforBicycleandPedestrianProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ49 Table4Ͳ9.CandidateContextSensitiveSolutionFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ50 Table4Ͳ10.DuvalCountyLOGTTransitAccessibilityandMobilityandTransitHubProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ51 Table4Ͳ11.FreightandIntermodalNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ62 Table4Ͳ12.FreightandIntermodalFundedProjectsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ4Ͳ71  Table5Ͳ1.TSM&ONeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ7 Table5Ͳ2.PrioritySafetyCorridorsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ14 Table5Ͳ3.SummaryofOperationsandMaintenanceCostsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ5Ͳ18  Table6Ͳ1.SummaryofMeasuresofEffectivenessͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ2 Table6Ͳ2.TotalExpendituresbyFundforCapacityProgramsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ6 Table6Ͳ3.TotalRevenueandExpendituresforBalancingͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ7 Table6Ͳ4.SummaryofFundsinProportiontoNeedsͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ8 Table6Ͳ5.GeographicDistribitionͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ8 Table6Ͳ6.ModalDistributionͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲͲ6Ͳ9 



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LISTOFACRONYMS  CBO  CST  DSB  EST  ETAT  ENV  FDOT  FEC  FHWA  FTA  GDP  ITS  JAXPORT LRTP  MAPͲ21  MPO  NERPMͲAB OECD  PD&E  PE  QOS  ROW  TDB  TEU  TPO  TSM&O  

CongressionalBudgetOffice Construction DesignBuild EnvironmentalScreeningTool EnvironmentalTechnicalAdvisoryTeam Environmental FloridaDepartmentofTransportation FloridaEastCoast FederalHighwayAdministration FederalTransitAdministration GrossDomesticProduct IntelligentTransportationSystems JacksonvillePortAuthority LongRangeTransportationPlan MovingAheadProgressinthe21stCentury MetropolitanPlanningOrganizations Northeast[Florida]RegionalPlanningModelͲActivityBased OrganizationforEconomicCooperationandDevelopment ProjectDevelopmentandEnvironment PreliminaryEngineering QualityofService RightofWay TorontoDominionBank TwentyͲfootEquivalencyUnits TransportationPlanningOrganization TransportationSystemsManagementandOperations 

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STUDYPARTICIPANTS  NORTHFLORIDATPOBOARD  CHAIRMAN NancySikesͲKline,CityofSt.AugustineCommission  VICECHAIRMAN DoyleCarter,JacksonvilleCityCouncil  TREASURER DianeHutchings,ClayCountyCommission  BrianReaves,NassauCountyOcean,Highwayand PortAuthority CharlieLatham,Mayor,CityofJacksonvilleBeach AlvinBrown,Mayor,CityofJacksonville ReginaldBrown,JacksonvilleCityCouncil DannyLeeper,NassauCountyCommission RachaelBennett,St.JohnsCountyCommission EdFleming,JAXPORT DonnaHarper,JacksonvilleTransportationAuthority TeresaDavlantes,JacksonvilleAviationAuthority WilliamBishop,JacksonvilleCityCouncil DougConkey,ClayCountyCommission CarlYouman,St.Augustine/St.JohnsAirportAuthority  EXOFFICIOMEMBERS JamesCroft,BakerCounty ChipLaibl,PutnamCounty Capt.RoyUndersander,U.S.Navy  NONͲVOTINGADVISER: GregoryEvans,P.E.,FDOTDistrict2Secretary  



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NORTHFLORIDATPOTECHNICALCOORDINATINGCOMMITTEE  CHAIRMAN JeffBeck,ClayCountyEngineeringDepartment  VICECHAIRMAN CalvinBurney,CityofJacksonvillePlanning  NeilShinkre,St.JohnsCountyPublicWorks ScottHerring,NassauCountyEngineering StarlingKramer,ClayCountyPublicWorks AlainaRay,TownofOrangePark TomMorris,ClayCountyUtilityAuthority PhongNguyen,St.JohnsCountyPlanning SteveLindorff,JacksonvilleBeachPlanning RickCarper,AtlanticBeachPublicWorks DavidKaufman,JAXPORT JimRobinson,CityofJacksonvillePublicWorks Asst.ChiefDaleAllen,JacksonvilleSheriff’sOffice MikeNull,GreenCoveSpringsPlanningDepartment DavidBuchanan,TownofHilliard MarthaGraham,St.AugustinePublicWorksDepartment GaryLarson,CityofSt.AugustineBeach MayorStanTotman,TownofBaldwin BryanSpell,JEASystemsPlanning JosephNapoli,CityofJacksonvilleEnvironmentalQualityDivision KevinHarvey,St.AugustineAirportAuthority KarenTaulbee,FloridaDepartmentofTransportation VincentClark,FloridaDepartmentofEnvironmentalProtection ToddLindner,JacksonvilleAviationAuthority EdLehman,NortheastFloridaRegionalCouncil DonaldJacobovitz,PutnamCounty BarbaraGoodman,NationalParkService NeilNance,JacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityEngineeringDivision SurayaTeeple,JacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityTransitDivision ShelbyJack,TownofHastings LisaParlapiano,WorkSource RonBraddock,NassauCountyOceanHighwayandPortAuthority MattSchellhorn,U.S.Navy PeterKing,NassauCountyPlanning TerrySuggs,CityofKeystoneHeights 



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NORTHFLORIDATPOCITIZENSADVISORYCOMMITTEE  CHAIRMAN BernieO’Connor,DuvalCounty(atlarge)  VICECHAIRMAN FrankRiner,TownofOrangePark  RichardDarby,ClayCounty(atlarge) JamesM.Lucas,DuvalCounty(Beaches) RichardBerry,DuvalCounty(NorthCitizensPlanningAdvisoryCommittee) CeliaMiller,DuvalCounty(UrbanCoreCitizensPlanningAdvisoryCommittee) LinWhite,DuvalCounty(atlarge) LarrySolomon,DuvalCounty(NorthwestCitizensPlanningAdvisoryCommittee) LesleyDavidson,DuvalCounty(atlarge) WarrenButler,St.JohnsCounty(atlarge) BarneyRoberts,DuvalCounty(atlarge) TerryTillman,CityofBaldwin AnitaWarming,DuvalCounty(atlarge) HeatherNeville,CityofSt.Augustine GeneBrisach,NassauCounty(atlarge) VickieBreedlove,DuvalCounty(atlarge) JimHill,DuvalCounty(SoutheastCitizensPlanningAdvisoryCommittee) RogerSharp,DuvalCounty(Arlington/BeachesCitizensPlanningAdvisoryCommittee) MarthaMoore,DuvalCounty(atlarge) KenAmaro,DuvalCounty(atlarge) BrianAlley,St.JohnsCounty(atlarge) BradleyGordon,St.JohnsCounty MelindaLuedtke,AmeliaIsland BranchDavis,DuvalCounty(atlarge) RonHick,NassauCounty(atlarge) MikeKloehn,ClayCounty(atlarge)   



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 LRTPSTEERINGCOMMITTEE  DaleAllen,JacksonvilleSherriff’sOffice JeffBeck,ClayCountyPublicWorks BillBall,CityofJacksonvillePublicWorks BillBishop,CouncilMember,CityofJacksonville DanBuckman,NassauCountyPublicSchools CalvinBurney,CityofJacksonvillePlanning VincentClark,FloridaDepartmentofEnvironmentalProtection EnisDavis,MetroJacksonville DawnEmerick,HealthPlanningCouncilofNorthEastFlorida JanisFleet,CityofGreenCoveSprings BarbaraGoodman,NationalParkService JamesGreen,FloridaDepartmentofTransportation KimberlyHair,JacksonvilleAviationAuthority ScottHerring,NassauCountyPlanning DonJacobovitz,PutnamCountyPublicWorks DorrenJoynerHoward,FloridaDepartmentofTransportation DavidKauffman,JAXPORT PeterKing,NassauCounty MarkKnight,CityofSt.AugustinePlanning StarlingKramer,ClayCountyPlanning GaryLarson,CityofAtlanticBeach EdLehman,NortheastFloridaRegionalPlanningCouncil MichelleLeak,MayoClinic ToddLinder,JacksonvilleAviationAuthority SteveLindorff,CityofJacksonvilleBeachPlanning DanLocklear,St.JohnsCountyPublicWorks CarolynMorgan,ClayCountyPlanning JoeNapoli,CityofJacksonvilleEnvironmentalQuality PhongNguyen,St.JohnsCountyPlanning MikeNull,CityofGreenCoveSprings BernieO’Conner,Citizen LisaParlapiano,CareerSourceNortheastFlorida EdPreston,BakerCountyPublicWorks AlainaRay,TownofOrangePark MattSchellhorm,U.S.Navy BrianSpell,JEA JoeStephenson,RegionalPlanningCommission DavidStubbs,JAXPORT KarenTaulbee,FloridaDepartmentofTransportation SurayaTeeple,JacksonvilleTransportationAuthority BradThoburn,JacksonvilleTransportationAuthority SteveTocknell,Citizen KimWeisnburger,U.S.MarineCorps  

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INTRODUCTION THEPATHFORWARD2040LONGRANGETRANSPORTATIONPLANISCOMPREHENSIVEINITSNATUREAND WASDEVELOPEDTHROUGHACOOPERATIVEPROCESSTOACHIEVECONSENSUSONAVISIONFOROUR REGION’SFUTURE.

PLANNINGPROCESSOVERVIEW Federalandstatemetropolitanplanningregulations requiretheNorthFloridaTransportationPlanning Organization(NorthFloridaTPO)todeveloparegional transportationplaneveryfiveyears.Thissectionoutlines theprocessthatwasfollowedandisorganizedto addressthefollowing. ƒ

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ThePathForward2040LongRageTransportation Plan(LRTP)definesthetransportationvisionforthe futureoftheregion,establishesgoalsandpolicies thatwillleadtoachievingthevision,andallocates projectedrevenuetotransportationprogramsand projectsthatimplementthosegoalsandpolicies. Fundamentally,theLRTPisaboutmakingchoicesfor thefutureofthemetropolitanarea—choicesabout localandregionallanduse,choicesaboutwhereto allocatelimitedtransportationresources,and

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choicesaboutthetypeoffuturewewishtoseefor ourregionandtheStateofFlorida.TheLRTP’s22Ͳ yearscope(2019to2040)allowstheTPOto considerthetransportationnetwork’sfuturefroma regionalperspective. Existingandproposedtransportationfacilities (includingmajorroadways,transit,multimodaland intermodalfacilities,pedestrianwalkwaysand bicyclefacilities,andintermodalconnectors)that functionasanintegratedtransportationsystemare addressedintheplan.Theplanemphasizesthose facilitiesthatserveimportantnationalandregional transportationfunctionsoverthelifeofthe transportationplan. Theplanningprocesswasdesignedtomeetfederal planningrulesthatrequiretheNorthFloridaTPOto maintainacontinuing,cooperative,and


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comprehensivetransportationplanningprocess. Ourplanningprocessprovidesopportunitiesfor publicengagementandparticipation.

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Virtuallyeveryfreightshipmentinthestate,aswellas nearlyeveryvisitorandbusinesstraveler,willusethe StrategicIntermodalSystematsomepointinits journey.”

REGIONALOVERVIEW NorthFlorida,likemanygreatregions,beganasahubfor commerceandtransportation.Oursixcountyregion consistingofBaker,Clay,Duval,Nassau,PutnamandSt. JohnsCountiesconsistsofanareaofover3,900square milesand1.4millioncitizens.Itincludessomeofour nation’sfirstports,citiesandroads.Ourhistoryasa transportationcentershapedourregion’spastandwill driveourfuture.

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IͲ10 IͲ95 IͲ295andSR9B US301/SR200 US1fromIͲ295totheGeorgiaStateLine SR23FirstCoastExpressway(future)  StrategicIntermodalSystemConnectorsinclude

PLANNINGBOUNDARIES Themetropolitanplanningboundariesestablishedbythe FederalHighwayAdministrationfortheNorthFlorida TPOmetropolitanstatisticalareaincludeClay,Duval, NassauandSt.JohnsCounties.Toprovidearegional approach,theLRTPaddressesthesecountiesandtwo additionalcounties:BakerandPutnam.Figure1Ͳ2onthe nextpageshowsthestudyarea.

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AspartoftheCostFeasiblePlan,onlythefederal planningboundariesassociatedwithClay,Duval,Nassau andSt.JohnsCountieswereconsidered.

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Thefollowingsummarizesthemajorcomponentsofthe freightnetworkwithinNorthFloridaincludingtheFlorida DepartmentofTransportation’s(FDOT’s)Strategic IntermodalSystem.Figure1Ͳ3and1Ͳ4showthelocation ofthemajorelementsofthemultimodalfreightnetwork inNorthFlorida.

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ROADS StrategicIntermodalSystem FDOT’sStrategicIntermodalSystemis: ƒ “astatewidesystemofhighͲprioritytransportation facilities.Itincludesthestate’slargestandmost significantcommercialserviceairports,spaceport, deepͲwaterseaports,freightrailterminals,passenger railandintercitybusterminals,railcorridors, waterwaysandhighways.Thesefacilitiesarethe workhorsesofFlorida’stransportationsystem.They carrymorethan99percentofallenplaned commercialairpassengersinthestate,virtually100 percentofallwaterbornefreighttonnage,almost100 percentofallfreightmovingontherailsystem,and morethan68percentofalltrucktrafficand54 percentoftotaltrafficontheStateHighwaySystem. Withtheexceptionofsomelocalizedcommuting, recreationalandshoppingtrips,fewtripsinFlorida arenotimpactedbytheStrategicIntermodalSystem.

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NavalAirStationJacksonville;IͲ295toUS17 RooseveltBoulevardtoentrance. NavalStationMayport;IͲ295toUS90Atlantic BoulevardtoSRA1Atoentrance. PortofJacksonvilleBlountIsland;IͲ295toSR105 HeckscherDrivetoDaveRawlsBoulevardto entrance. PartofJacksonvilleDamesPoint;IͲ295toSR105 HeckscherDrivetoNewBerlinRoad. PortofJacksonvilleDamesPointCruiseShip Terminal;IͲ295toSR105HeckscherDrivetoAugust Drivetoentrance. PortofJacksonvilleDamesPointCruiseShip Terminal;IͲ95toSR105HeckscherDrivetoAugust Drivetoentrance. PortofJacksonville;Talleyrand;IͲ95toUS1Martin LutherKingJr.ParkwaytoPhoenixAvenueto21st StreettoNorthTalleyrandAvenueto11thStreet entrance. PortofFernandina;IͲ95toSRA1Ato8thStreetto DadeStreettoFrontStreettoentrance.

theStrategicIntermodalSystem.Thisterminalserves distributionfacilitiesandshippersinFloridaaccessingthe facilityusingIͲ95andIͲ10.Preliminaryestimatesshow thisfacilitygeneratesapproximately300,000lifts(aliftis themoveofonecontaineronoroffarailcar)peryear whichwouldequatetoabout600,000trucktripsper year. TheNorfolkSouthernintermodalterminal(Simpson Yard),locatedeastoftheIͲ295interchangewith PritchardRoad,isincludedasahubintheStrategic IntermodalSystem.Thisterminalservesdistribution facilitiesandshippersinFloridaaccessingthefacility usingIͲ95andIͲ10.Preliminaryestimatesshowthis facilitygeneratesapproximately225,000liftsperyear whichwouldequatetoabout450,000trucktrips. NorfolkSouthernalsooperatesanautodistribution facilitywithaccessfromOldKingsRoadnorthof PritchardRoadintheprojectstudyarea.Thisfacility servestheJacksonvillePortAuthority(JAXPORT)auto terminalandothercommercialshippersofautomobile trafficdestinedforinthesoutheasternUS.Thisfacilityis currentlynotpartoftheStrategicIntermodalSystem.



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TheCSXintermodalterminal(JacksonvilleYard),located justwestofIͲ295atthePritchardRoadinterchange,isa majorintermodalfacilitywithinCSX’soperationsandis includedasahubintheStrategicIntermodalSystem. Thisterminalservesdistributionfacilitiesandshippersin FloridaaccessingthefacilityusingIͲ95andIͲ10. Preliminaryestimatesshowthisfacilitygenerates approximately300,000liftsperyearwhichwouldequate toabout600,000trucktrips.CSXalsooperatesanauto distributionfacilityinthestudyareawithaccessfrom CommonwealthBoulevardtothesouth.Thisfacilityis similarinsizeandservicestotheNorfolkSouthern facility.ThisfacilityiscurrentlynotpartoftheStrategic IntermodalSystem.

InadditiontotheStrategicIntermodalSystem,other statehighwaysystemroutesandlocallyͲmaintained roadsofregionalsignificancewereaddressedintheplan.

RAIL NorthFloridaislocatedatakeyjunctionforthree railroads,CSX,NorfolkSouthernandFEC.CSX, headquarteredinJacksonville,maintainsthelargestrail networkinFloridaandwillsoonprovideenhanced connectivitytotheDamesPointandBlountIslandmarine terminalswiththeIntermodalContainerTransferFacility atDamesPoint.NorfolkSouthernmaintainsitsFlorida terminusinnorthwestJacksonvilleandprovidesdirect servicetotheTalleyrandMarineterminals,otherkey sitesalongtheSt.JohnsRiver,andinlandfacilities.FEC hasitscorporateoperationscenteranditsnorthern terminusinJacksonvilleincludingariverbridgecrossing inDowntownthatfacilitatesconnectionstotheCSXand NorfolkSouthernrailroads.Genesee&WyomingInc., whichoperatesmajorshortlinerailroadsacrosstheU.S. andinAustraliaandmaintainsitsoperations headquartersinJacksonville.Thefollowingsummarizes theStrategicIntermodalSystemandothermajorrail intermodalfacilitiesinthestudyarea.



ANINTERMODALFREIGHTSHIPMENTISONETHATIS MOVEDVIASTANDARDIZEDREUSABLESHIPPINGBOXES CALLEDCONTAINERS.TYPICALMARINECONTAINERSARE

40ͲFTLONGANDTYPICALTRUCKCONTAINERSARE53Ͳ FTLONG.EACHCONTAINERCANCARRYBETWEEN20 AND25TONSOFFREIGHT.

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two50ͲLTcapacityrubbertiredgantrycranes,bothof whichstraddlefourrailspurstotaling4,800linearfeet Talleyrand'sonͲdockrailfacilitiesarerunbyTalleyrand TerminalRailroad,Inc.,whichprovidesdirectswitching serviceforNorfolkSouthernandCSXraillines.The terminalisonly25minutesfromFECrailroad's intermodalramp,andisconvenientlylocatedwithin minutesofinterstatesIͲ95andIͲ10.Talleyrandis equippedwithfourcontainercranes,onͲdockrailand 160,000squarefeetoftransitshedspacecapableof handlingcargoinrefrigerated,freezerorambient conditions.Additionally,a553,000Ͳsquarefoot warehousestoresavarietyofcargoes,includingrollsof fineandspecialtypapers.

AMTRAK,theNationalRailroadPassengerCorporation, operatesapassengerintermodalfacilityonthe northwestsideofJacksonvilleoffUS23SR15NewKings Road.Thisfacilityservesapproximately30,000 passengersperyear.ThisfacilityispartoftheStrategic IntermodalSystem. TheFDOTStrategicIntermodalSystemrailconnectors includethefollowing: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

CSXEastportRailroadconnectortoBlountIslandand DamesPointTerminals CSXConnectortoCSXIntermodalFacility TalleyrandTerminalRailroad CSXDowntownJacksonvilletoPortofFernandina alongUS17MainStreetandSR200BuccaneerTrail

TheU.S.MarineCorpsTerminalislocatedonBlount IslandandsupportsdeploymentsbytheUS TransportationCommand.ShipmentsincluderollͲon/rollͲ offcargo,intermodalandbreakͲbulkcargo.

PORTS JAXPORT 2anditsmaritimepartnershandle containerizedcargo,automobiles,recreationalboatsand constructionequipment,dryandliquidbulks,breakͲbulk commodities,andoversizedandspecialtycargoes. 1F1F1F1F

AnetworkofprivatelyͲownedmaritimefacilitiesalso operatesinJacksonville’sharbor,andinNortheast Florida.

BlountIslandisa754ͲacreterminalandisJAXPORT's largestmarinefacility.Itisoneofthelargestvehicle import/exportcentersintheUnitedStates.Theterminal alsohandlesbulkcargoviarollͲon/rollͲoff,heavylift,and liquidbulkcargooperations.BlountIslandhasone112Ͳ tonwhirlycraneandeightcontainercranes(five50Ͳton cranes,one45Ͳtoncraneandtwo40Ͳtoncranes).The terminalalsooffers240,000Ͳsquarefeetoftransitshed spaceanda90,000ͲsquareͲfootContainerFreightStation forcrossͲdockefficiency.

TheNassauCountyOceanHighwayandPortAuthority operatesthePortofFernandina,adeepͲwateraccess with47Ͳftchanneldepthandtwoberths.Theport consistentlyhandlesover225vesselsperyear.The port’sprincipalcargoesincludebreakͲbulkcargo 3 consistingofforestproductsincludingKraftlinerboard, woodpulp,steelandtreatedlumber.Theprincipal importsarelumber,woodpulp,hardboardandsteel. ThecontainerizedcommoditiesmovingthroughthePort includewoodpulp,automobileparts,steelproducts, beer,frozenfoods,machineryandconsumergoods. 2F2F2F2F

TheDamesPointMarineTerminal(TraPac)islocatedten nauticalmilesfromtheAtlanticOcean,theDamesPoint MarineTerminalishometothe158ͲacreTraPac ContainerTerminal,wherevesselsfromTokyoͲbased MOLandothercarriersofferdirectcontainershipservice betweenJacksonvilleandportsthroughoutAsia.The TraPacterminalfeaturesnewportinfrastructure, includingroadways,terminalbuildings,two1,200Ͳfoot berthsandsixnewPanamaxcontainercranes.This173Ͳ acreterminalhas4,780linearfeetofberthingspaceon 40feetofdeepͲwater.Asecondterminalisplannedat DamesPointbutatenantiscurrentlynotidentified.

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Jacksonville'sAirportSystemencompassesfourairports, eachofwhichservesadistinctaviationneed. JacksonvilleInternationalAirportisthemajorregional passengerairserviceprovider,featuringnonͲstopflights todozensofmajorU.S.cities.JacksonvilleExecutiveat CraigAirport(CRG),centrallylocatednearJacksonville's suburbanbusinesscenters,isageneralaviationfield. HerlongRecreationalAirport,onthecity'swestside,is ideallysuitedasageneralaviationfieldandprime recreationalsiteforsmallprivateplanes,hotairballoons,  3 http://www.portoffernandinamaritimeexchange.org/res ources_port.html 4 http://www.flyjacksonville.com/default.aspx?sMP=JAA

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Mandarin,variousshoppingmalls,employmentcenters andDowntown.

glidersandsimilarcraft.CecilFieldAirportislocated approximately15mileswestofdowntownJacksonville. ThenewestadditiontotheJacksonvilleairportsystem, CecilAirportisanidealsiteforaviationmaintenance, manufacturingandrepairandoverhauloperations. 5

JacksonvilleTransportationAuthority'sInterlinerservice combinestworoutesintoone,providingoneͲseat transportationbetweentwoquadrantsoftown. Residentstravelingbetweentwoareasnolongerchange buses(i.e.fromCommonwealthBoulevardtoSR152 BaymeadowsRoad),eliminatingtheneedtotransferor paytwofares.NineInterlinerroutescurrentlyserve Jacksonvilleresidents.

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Althoughasmallermarketrelativetotonnagehandled byothermodesoftransportation,aviationservicesare alsopartoftheregion’sfreightmovement.Several passengerairlinesanddedicatedallͲcargoairlines provideaircargoserviceattheJacksonvilleInternational Airport.Theairport’saircargoareahasmorethan 200,000squarefeetofwarehousespacededicatedtoair cargooperationsandhundredsofacresofonͲairport propertysuitableforaircargodevelopment.FedEx,UPS, andAirborneallutilizeJacksonvilleInternationalAirport. ItisanticipatedthatCecilAirportwillhelpsupport economicdevelopmentwithintheregion,servingboth aviationandaerospacedependentindustries.Theairport isadjacenttotheCecilCommerceCenterandrecently wasdesignatedaspaceportand“spaceterritory”bythe stateofFlorida(HB59).Asaresult,thenewlynamed “CecilFieldSpaceport”isincludedinSpaceFlorida’s SpaceportMasterPlanandtheStrategicIntermodal System.

AllJacksonvilleTransportationAuthoritybusesare equippedwithfrontͲmountedbikeracks.Thereisno extrachargetotransportthebicycle. JTAConnectionisasharedͲrideservicethatprovides doorͲtoͲdoortransportationforthedisabled,elderlyand transportationdisadvantagedinDuvalCounty.Itis complementarytothefixedroutebusservice.Aprivate vendoriscontractedtoprovidedriversandoperate speciallyequippedtransitvehicles.Jacksonville TransportationAuthorityParatransitstaffmanagethe dayͲtoͲdaysystemoperations,takereservationsand scheduletrips.TheJacksonvilleTransportationAuthority istheCommunityTransportationCoordinator(CTC)for DuvalCounty.

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TheNortheastFloridaRegionalAirportislocatedjusta fewmilesfromhistoricdowntownSt.Augustineand servesasafocalpointfortheNortheastFloridaregion. Theairportiscenteredinagatewaymarketof4.4million passengerswithina2Ͳhourdrivetothefacility.

TheAutomatedSkywayExpressisafullyautomated stateͲofͲtheͲarttransitsystemoperatingonanelevated dualguideway,withperipheralparkingatseveral stations.TentwoͲcartrainswhiskpatronstoeight stationsonbothsidesoftheSt.JohnsRiverinthecentral businessdistrict.

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Approximately3,500spacesareavailabletocommuters formonthlyparking.Nearly1,000spacesarelocatedin andaroundtheSkywayConventionCenterStation. AnothermajorparkingfacilityistheKing'sAvenue Transitgaragewith1,684,lowcost,coveredparking spaces,withwalkwaysleadingtotheKingsAvenue SkywayStation.Another200surfacespotsareavailable, someforshortͲterm.Limiteddailyandhourly(meter) parkingisavailableattheConventionCenterandKing's AvenueSkywayStations.

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Anothervitalcomponenttoanintegratedtransportation networkisthebussystem.JacksonvilleTransportation Authorityhas56routeswithvehiclestraveling8.5million revenuemileseachyearwithapproximately320bus operatorsand110maintenanceemployeessupporting anactivefleetof180vehicles. Flyerandexpressbusroutesofferadditional opportunitiesforJacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityto meetthecommunity'sneeds.Flyersandexpressbuses provideminimalornonͲstopserviceandservepopular areasliketheBeaches,Arlington,Blanding,OrangePark,

TheSkywayhoursareMondaythroughFridayfrom6AM to9PM.TheSkywayisclosedSaturdayandSunday, exceptforspecialevents.TheSkywayisfree. JacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityoffersthevery popularStadiumShuttleServicethatconnectsthousands offootballfanstoEverBankFieldforJaguarshome games,theFloridaͲGeorgiagameandtheGatorBowl.

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Fansmayparkfreeinseveralsuburbananddowntown locations,thenshuttletothestadiumstartingtwohours beforekickͲoffandendingonehourfollowingthegame. Customersmaypurchaseadiscountedseasonpassora gameͲdayticket.Pricesarereasonable,butvary dependingonpickͲuppoints.

 

TheRiversideTrolleyoffersweekday,lunchtimetrips betweentheFivePointshistoricdistrictinRiversideand TheLandinginDowntown.TheBeachesTrolleyruns sevendaysaweekalongA1Athroughtheheartof JacksonvilleBeach,NeptuneBeachandAtlanticBeach. TheJacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityservedmore than12millionpassengertripsin2012. 8 6F7F7F

BakerCountyCouncilonAging TheBakerCountyCouncilonAgingistheCommunity TransportationCoordinatorprovidingtransportationto residentsofClayCounty.

ClayTransit ClayTransitistheCommunityTransportation CoordinatorprovidingtransportationtoresidentsofClay County.TheparatransitservicesconnecttoJacksonville TransportationAuthorityServiceattheOrangeParkMall enablingriderstocommutefromMiddleburg,Fleming Island,GreenCoveSpringsandOrangeParkalltheway intoJacksonvilleorviceversa.

CouncilonAgingofNassauCounty TheCouncilonAgingofNassauCountyistheCommunity TransportationCoordinatorprovidingparatransit servicestoresidentsofNassauCounty.

RideSolution RideSolutionistheCommunityTransportation Coordinatorprovidingparatransitservicestoresidentsof PutnamCounty.

TheSunshineBusCompany St.JohnsCountyCouncilonAging,Inc.operatesthe SunshineBusCompanyinSt.JohnsCountywhich providesparatransitservicestoSt.JohnsCountyalongsix routes.Morethan237,000passengertripswereserved byTheSunshineBusServicein2012. 9 7F8F8F

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inpopulationof41percentandanincreaseofworkersof 43percent.

POPULATIONANDEMPLOYMENT NorthFloridaisanticipatedtogrowbyapproximately 600,000persons,265,000householdsandnearly 300,000jobsbytheyear2040representinganincrease

Theanticipatedgrowthinpopulationandemployment bycountyissummarizedinthetablesbelow.

   Table1Ͳ1.PopulationGrowth County 2010 2040

Growth

Percent CompoundingAnnualGrowthRate Change Nassau 73,314 116,700 43,386 59.2 2.0% Duval 864,278 1,071,600 207,322 24.0 0.8% St.Johns 189,396 377,000 187,604 99.1 3.3% Clay 190,865 315,700 124,835 65.4 2.2% Baker 27,115 39,000 11,885 43.8 1.5% Putnam 74,364 79,400 5,036 6.8 0.2% Totals 1,419,332 1,999,400 580,068 40.9 1.4% Source:BureauofEconomicBusinessandResearch,UniversityofFlorida Table1Ͳ2.EmploymentGrowth County 2010 2040 Growth

Percent Change

Nassau 24,126 40,661 16,535 68.5 Duval 519,142 627,144 108,002 20.8 St.Johns 61,714 186,691 124,977 202.5 Clay 54,454 87,737 33,283 61.1 Baker 7,396 16,775 9,379 126.8 Putnam 25,148 29,218 4,070 16.2 Total 691,980 988,226 296,246 42.8 Note:GrowthrateforPutnamCountyisadjustedto0.05%. Source:BureauofEconomicBusinessandResearch,UniversityofFlorida  



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CompoundingAnnualGrowthRate 1.74% 0.63% 3.69% 1.59% 2.73% Ͳ0.06% 0.95%


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Toaddressthisgrowthandmaintainthequalityof lifefortheresidentsofNorthFlorida,investmentsin transportationinfrastructureandservicesare needed.

Reducedautomobileuseandincreasedtransituse combinedwiththeopeningof62additionallane milesofhighwaysbetween2008and2012resulted insignificantbenefitsinthequalityoftravelwithin theregion.Averagespeedsduringthepeakperiods improvedby2.73percentfrom2008to2012and 0.65percentfrom2011to2012.Theseaverage speedsresultedinapositiveeconomicimpacttothe localeconomyof$280millionperyear.

LANDUSE Landuseiswhatdrivesourneedtotravelandisan importantinputintothetransportationplanning process.Landusedevelopmentdecisionsaremade atthelocallevelbuttheeffectsofthesedecisions canbeseeninregionaltravelpatterns.Coordination betweenlocalcommunitiesisimportantsothatthe growthpatternisbeneficialfortheareaasawhole. Extensivecoordinationwiththelocalagencieswithin theregionoccurredtocooperativelydevelopaland useforecastfortheyear2040.

However,vehicleuseandtravelisanticipatedto increaseintheregionforthenextfiveyearsasa resultoftheeconomicrecoveryandnewgrowth withintheregion.Thedemandfortravelis anticipatedtoreturntopreͲrecessionlevelsbythe year2018.Investmentstomeetthesedemandsare neededtoremaincompetitive.

Newdevelopmentsofregionalimpactare anticipatedtobebuiltͲoutbytheyear2040.Land usewithintheregionisanticipatedtointensifyasa result.Vacantparcelswithintheurbanservice boundaryareanticipatedtofillanddensities intensifywithinexistingparcelsthrough redevelopmenttomeetthedemandfornew households,schools,recreationandemployment.

Asummaryoftherecenttrendsinmobilitywithin theregionisprovidedinTable1Ͳ3onthenextpage. Bytheyear2040,thetrafficvolumesareanticipated toincreasebyoneͲthirdwithintheregionasaresult ofthegrowthinpopulationandeconomicactivity. Althoughdriving(aloneorwithotherpassengers)is stillanticipatedtoaccountforabout85percentof alltripswithintheregion,becauseoftheaging populationandchangesinpreferencesfromthe millennialgenerationwhowishtodriveless,the percentoftripsmadebypersonswalkingis anticipatedtoincreasefrom8.4percentto9.4 percent,a14percentchange.Accordingtothe AmericanPlanningAssociation’s2014NationalPoll, 81percentofmillennialsand77percentofactive boomerssay“affordableandconvenientalternatives tothecarareatleastsomewhatimportantin decidingwheretoliveandwork.”Thesechangesin travelpreferenceswillrequireamultimodal approachtoaddressingourtransportationneedsin 2040.

PERSONALMOBILITY From2008to2012,automobileusehasdeclined withintheregionby5.7percent.Thisdeclinein vehicleuseisbelievedtobetheresultofthe economicdownturn,changingtravelpatterns associatedwithanagingpopulationandyounger driver’sreducedautomobiledependence.The exceptiontothisreductionistherecentincreasein thetruckmilestraveledwithintheregion.Overthe lastfiveyears,trucktrafficdeclinedby16.4percent. From2011to2012trucktrafficincreased1.6 reflectingthebeginningoftheeconomicrecovery. AlthoughtransituseinNorthFloridacontinuestobe lessthanonepercentofallpersontravelmiles, ridershipcontinuestorisewitha1.8percentannual increasefrom2011to2012.Since2008,transituse intheareahasincreasedby30.8percent. 

Withoutinvestmentsintransportation,travel conditionsareanticipatedtoworsen.Bytheyear 2040,triptimesareanticipatedtoincreasebynearly 20percentassummarizedinTable1Ͳ4.



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Table1Ͳ3.SummaryofRecentMobilityTrends(averagedailyvalues) Item 2008 2009 2010 QuantityofTravel VehicleͲmilestraveled(daily)inthousands 26,997 26,629 26,310 VehicleͲmilestraveled(peakhour)inthousands 2,161 2,132 2,105 PersonͲmilestraveled(daily)inthousands 44,081 43,507 43,000 PersonͲmilestraveled(peakHour)inthousands 3,520 3,472 3,432 TruckͲmilestraveled(daily)inthousands 2,249 2,139 1,866 Transitridership(thousands) 55,640 55,884 63,755 QualityofTravel Averagetravelspeed(peakhour) 51.38 50.92 52.13 Delay(daily) 18,316 14,782 11,740 Traveltimereliability(daily) 68.95 69.77 69.41 Percentmilesmeetinglevelofservicecriteria(daily) 99.42 99.72 99.72 onruralfacilities SystemUtilization Percentmilesseverelycongested(peakhour) 5.26 6.49 4.41 Percenttravelseverelycongested(daily) 2.83 4.08 2.52 Percenttravelseverelycongested(peakhour) 0.23 0.34 0.21 Hoursseverelycongested(daily) 0.81 1.10 0.81 Hoursseverelycongested(yearly) 153.94 226.70 105.04 Vehicleperlanemiles(peakhour)inhundreds 642.1 633.9 622.8 Passengerspertransitrevenuemile 5.47 5.91 6.48  Table1Ͳ4.AnticipatedChangesinTripTravelTimes(2010to2040) TripPurpose IncreaseinTripTime Work Shopping Social/recreation Schooltrips Personalbusiness 

2012

26,081 2,087 42,646 3,403 1,851 72,785

25,474 2,036 41,640 3,323 1,880 72,785

52.03 13,211 69.59 99.45

52.38 12,244 69.26 99.68

5.52 3.75 0.31 0.80 184.41 620.2 7.42

3.64 2.43 0.20 0.80 120.45 604.3 7.67

16.4% 21.7% 25.1% 16.5% 21.7%

whichoperatesmajorshortlinerailroadsacrosstheUS andinAustralia,maintainsitsoperationsheadquartersin Jacksonville.

FREIGHTMOBILITY ThelevelofconnectivitytotheNorthFloridaregionisa significanteconomicadvantageforourregion.IͲ95 servesasthemajorhighwaygatewaytoFlorida’s19.5 millionpersons.IͲ10connectsourregionalonganeastͲ westroutetothesouthwest,westernstatesandPacific Ocean.Athirdinterstate,IͲ295servesasabeltway aroundJacksonvillethatconnectsbothofthese interstatesandprovidesdirectaccesstomajorJAXPORT marineterminalsatBlountIslandandDamesPointand railintermodalfacilitiesforCSXandNorfolkSouthern railroads.IͲ75,thenation’scentralspineconnecting Florida,southeasternandmidͲwesternstatesislocated 60milestothewestofourregion.NorthFloridaprovides therailgatewayintoFlorida.NorfolkSouthernandFEC railroadshavetheirFloridaterminiinNorthFlorida.In additionCSX’sandFECbothmaintaintheircorporate headquartersinNorthFlorida.Genesee&WyomingInc.,

Thesesignificantassetsresultin160milliontonsof freightmovingthroughNorthFloridaeachyear.Asour regional,thestateandglobaleconomygrow,the movementofgoodswillincrease.Growthisanticipated tooccurfordeliveriestoourregion,goodsexported fromourregionandshipmentsthattravelthroughour regioneachyear. Trendsthatwillaffectourregionincludethecontinued shiftoffreighttocontainerizedorintermodal movements,growthintheportimportsandexportsand shipmentsthroughNorthFloridaasthegatewayto Florida.

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Table1Ͳ5summarizesthefreightflowsintheyear2012 inNorthFlorida.

 

Bytheyear2040,shipmentstravelingthroughNorth Floridaareanticipatedtoincrease280percentasaresult ofeconomicgrowth.Investmentsinourmultimodal freightnetworkareneededtomeetthisdemandand maintainourregion’scompetitivenessintheglobal economy.

        

  

Table1Ͳ5.TotalTonsofCommodities(millionsoftonsperyear) OriginandDestination Truck Internaltoarea 34.9 Originatesinarea AndisdestinedtolocationswithinFlorida 18.5 AndisdestinedtolocationsoutsideFlorida 8.0 Isdestinedforthearea AndoriginatedfromwithinFlorida 7.5 AndoriginatedfromoutsideFlorida 8.9 Portrelated 11.7 Throughtraffic 70.0 Total 159.5 MixPercent 84%  



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Total 0.0 0.2 0.6 0.4 11.6 0.6 18.0 31.4 16%

34.9  18.7 8.6  7.9 20.5 12.3 88.0 190.9 100%

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GOALS,OBJECTIVES,PERFORMANCEMEASURESAND IMPLEMENTINGPOLICIES F ACEDWITHESCALATINGDEMANDSFORTRANSPORTATIONINVESTMENTANDLIMITEDRESOURCES ,  ESTABLISHINGTHEGOALSANDOBJECTIVESWITHINTHE P ATH F ORWARD 2040  LRTP ISAN ESSENTIALFIRSTSTEPINDEFININGTHESUCCESSOFOURPLANANDGUIDINGDECISIONMAKING . 

LRTPGOALSANDOBJECTIVES

Thegoals,objectiveandperformancemeasures proposedarebasedonthetransportationuser’spointof view.Theorderofthegoalsandobjectivesdonot indicatethepriority.

ThroughtheLRTP,itisNorthFloridaTPO’svisionto promotetheregionaloptimizationofmobilityconsistent withthevaluesoflocalcommunities.



Specifically,thegoalsandobjectivesaretoenhancethe following: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ 



EconomicCompetitiveness Livability Safety MobilityandAccessibility EquityinDecisionMaking SystemPreservation

  

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GOAL1:INVESTINPROJECTSTHATENHANCE ECONOMICCOMPETITIVENESS

Table2Ͳ2onthenextpagesummarizestheobjectives, performancemeasuresandbenchmarksassociatedwith thisgoal.Thetargetsaretoachievethebenchmarksby theyear2040.

Investinginprojectsthatenhanceeconomic competitivenessareprimarilythosethatimprovetravel timereliability,whichisthemostimportantfactorfor freightoperators,enhanceaccesstojobandmaximize thereturnoninvestment.Table2Ͳ1summarizesthe objectives,performancemeasuresandbenchmarks associatedwiththisgoal.





GOAL2:INVESTINLIVABLEANDSUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES Therenosingledefinitionofwhatconstitutesa“livable” or“sustainable”transportationsystem.Accordingtothe definitionendorsedbytheTransportationResearch BoardSustainableTransportationIndicators Subcommittee,asustainabletransportationsystem follows: Allowsthebasicaccessanddevelopmentneedsof individuals,companies,andsocietytobemetsafely andinamannerconsistentwithhumanand ecosystemhealth,andpromotesequitywithinand betweensuccessivegenerations. Isaffordable,operatesfairlyandefficiently,offersa choiceoftransportationmodes,andsupportsa competitiveeconomy,aswellasbalancedregional development. Limitsair,water,noiseemissions,wasteand resourceuse.Limitsemissionsandwastewithinthe planet’sabilitytoabsorbthem,usesrenewable resourcesatorbelowtheirratesofgeneration,and usesnonͲrenewableresourcesatorbelowtherates ofdevelopmentofrenewablesubstitutes,while minimizingtheimpactontheuseoflandandthe generationofnoise.

Table2Ͳ1.EnhanceEconomicCompetitivenessObjectivesandPerformanceMeasures Objective PerformanceMeasure Benchmark Improvetravelreliabilityonmajor Traveltimereliability Maintainorimprovethe freightroutes reliability Enhanceaccesstojobs Jobswithin½mileofacongestion Maintainorimproveaccessto managementsystemfacility jobs Maximizethereturnoninvestment Benefit:costratio RankbenefitͲtoͲcostratio Returnoninvestment Rankreturnoninvestment

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PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan Table2Ͳ2.LivabilityandSustainabilityObjectivesandPerformanceMeasures Objective PerformanceMeasure Enhancetransit ¼milewalkaccessibilitytotransitstops accessibility Householdswithin5milesofmajortransitcentersorpark andridelots Enhancetransit Annualboardingspervehiclerevenuemile ridership Annualboardingspervehiclerevenuehour Enhancebicycleand Lanemilewithbicycleandpedestrianfacilitiesatthequality pedestrianqualityof ofservicestandard service Reducethecostof Transportationcostspercapita congestionpercapita Costsofcongestion Reducetheimpactsof Environmentalscreeningandmitigation investmentsonthe naturalenvironment Reduceemissionsfrom Hydrocarbon,nitrousoxidesandvolatileorganiccompound automobiles emissions Consistencywithland Includesactivetransportationdesignprinciplesincontext useplanning sensitivesolutions Supportsregional Reduceclearancetimesforevacuations evacuationneeds Tablenotes

Benchmark 95%ofallstops (1) (2) (2) 85%oflanemiles

(3) ApplyEfficientDecision MakingProcesstoallprojects inLRTP. Maintainourattainment status.(4) Includewalkabilitystandards incontextsensitivesolutions Improveclearancetimesby 15minutes.(5)

(1) Thisperformancemeasurewillnotchangesignificantlyfromyeartoyearunlessmajorroutechangesornewtransit operationsaredeployed. (2) CoordinationwithJacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityisneededtodevelopthebaselineandbenchmarkdataneeded. (3) Manyexogenousfactorsinfluencethisperformancemeasureincludingthepriceoffuelsthatarebeyondthescopeofa LRTP.However,thisperformancemeasurewillbeconsideredwithintheLRTPbasedonpolicydecisionsmadeduring thescenariodevelopment. (4) EmissionswillbedeterminedusingFloridaemissionfactorsfromtheFHWAMovesmodel. (5) BasedonmodelingprovidebytheNortheastFloridaRegionalCouncil.

GOAL3:ENHANCESAFETY



Investinginprojectsthatenhancesafetywillleadto reducedcrashesandlowercrashseverity.





Table2Ͳ3summarizestheobjectives,performance measuresandbenchmarksassociatedwiththisgoal.

Table2Ͳ3.SafetyObjectivesandPerformanceMeasures Objective PerformanceMeasure ReduceCrashes Numberofcrashes Crashratepermillionvehiclemiles ReduceFatalcrashes Numberoffatalities Crashratepermillionvehiclemiles 

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contextofeachcorridorbeingconsideredisanessential elementtoidentifyingtherightmobilitysolutionforany project.

GOAL4:ENHANCEMOBILITYANDACCESSIBILITY Enhancingmobilityincludesaddressingthefour dimensionsofmobility–quantityoftravel,qualityof travel,systemaccessibilityandsystemutilization. Severalofthesemeasuresalsosupportothergoalsand objectives(suchaslivabilityandsustainability).

Table2Ͳ4summarizestheobjectives,performance measuresandbenchmarksassociatedwiththisgoal. Themeasuresassociatedwiththequantityoftravelare orientedtohowmanypeopleusethenetwork.These measuresareimportant,assomeoperational improvementsmayincreasethethroughputoftravelata location,butthequalityoftravelflow(speeds,delays, etc.)maynotchangeduringthepeakhour.

Mobilityisaboutmorethanincreasingthevolumeof personsservedandmanagingcongestion.Userswanta lessstressfulcommute,buttheyalsowantimproved reliabilityoftheirtravel,morechoicesincludingtransit, walkingandbicyclingandtoensureweoptimizesystem operationsbeforeweinvestinnewinfrastructure. UnderstandingthetradeͲoffsofthesegoalsinthe

Table2Ͳ4.MobilityandAccessibilityObjectivesandPerformanceMeasures Goal MobilityPerformanceMeasures Benchmark PersonͲmilestraveled TruckͲmilestraveled VehicleͲmilestraveled Persontrips Transitridership Averagespeed Delay Averagetriptime

(2) (2) Optimizethe (2) quantityof travel (2) Increasetransitridership Maintainorimprovetheaveragetravelspeed Maintainorreducetheaveragevehicledelay Maintainorreducetheaveragetriptime Optimizethe Maintainorimprovethereliability qualityif Reliability Achieve95%reliability(ontimearrival)onStrategic travel(1) IntermodalSystemfacilities. Maintainthelevelofservicestandard(FDOTstandardfor Levelofserviceonruralfacilities StrategicIntermodalSystemfacilitiesandlocalgovernment standardsforotherfacilities) Proximitytomajortransportationhubs (3) Improvethe %milesbicycleaccommodations (3) accessibility tomode %milespedestrianaccommodations (3) choices Transitcoverage Increasethe%ofpopulationservedwith¼mile %systemheavilycongested Maintainorreducethe%ofsystemheavilycongested %travelheavilycongested Maintainorreducethe%oftravelheavilycongested Optimizethe Vehiclesperlanemile OptimizethevehiclesperlanemileforadesiredLOS utilizationof Durationofcongestion Maintainorreducethedurationofcongestion thesystem Optimizethetransitloadfactorforadesiredqualityof Transitloadfactor service (1) ThesemeasuresmaynotapplyoncorridorsnotselectedforcontextͲbasedsolutionsthatmayintentionallylowerthe runningspeedorcapacity. (2) Generally,increasesinthequantitytraveled(throughout)arepreferred.However,consistentwithlivabilityand sustainabilitygoals,oneobjectiveistoreducetheamountoftravelneeded.Therefore,nobenchmarksareproposed,but monitoringisrecommended. (3) Theseperformancemeasureswillnotchangesignificantlyfromyeartoyearbutwillbeevaluatedineachmajorupdateto theLRTPtoestablishbenchmarkandmonitorperformance. 2Ͳ4 


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Optimizingthequantityoftravelisproposedsothat contextsensitivesolutionsandalternativesthatresultin fewertripsandlessuseofthetransportationnetwork canbeconsideredequitablywithprojectsthatadd capacity.Thequalityoftravelincludesnotonlyspeeds anddelaysbutalsotravelreliability.

1.Toavoid,minimize,ormitigatedisproportionately highandadversehumanhealthandenvironmental effects,includingsocialandeconomiceffects,on minoritypopulationsandlowͲincomepopulations. 2.Toensurethefullandfairparticipationbyall potentiallyaffectedcommunitiesinthe transportationdecisionͲmakingprocess.

Accessibilityreferstotheeaseofreachinggoods, servicesandotheractivities.Accessibilityanalysisisone componentofmobilityinthatitconsidersthe connectionstoadjacentlandusesandthemodalitiesof transportationbetweendesiredoriginsanddestinations. Byimprovingaccessibility,wecanmeetthesameneeds ofusersbybeingsmarterandenhancingtheefficiencies ofourinvestments.

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Toaddressthesegoals,thesethreeprinciplesare adoptedasobjectivesforthisLRTP.Theperformance measuresassociatedwitheachobjectiveareless quantifiablethantheobjectivesassociatedwithother goalsandaremoreprocessoriented.Thesethree factorswillbeconsideredaspartoftheNeedsPlanand CostFeasiblePlanandwillbeimplementedusing GeographicInformationSystemstechniquestoidentify theminorityandlowͲincomepopulationsandby designingoutreachprogramstoinvolveminorityand lowͲincomepopulations.

Astransportationproviders,understandingthe utilizationofthesystemisimportantinoptimizingthe transportationnetwork.Measuressuchastheduration ofcongestionareusedtoensuretheservicesand facilitiesareallocatedappropriately. Togetherthesefourdimensionswillallowustoevaluate thetradeoffsofalternativetransportationinvestments.

GOAL5:ENHANCEEQUITYINDECISIONMAKING

GOAL6:PRESERVEANDMAINTAINOUREXISTING SYSTEM

TheUnitedStatesEnvironmentalProtectionAgency definesEnvironmentalJusticeasfollows.

TheFederalHighwayAdministration(FHWA)andFDOT establishedformalgoalsandobjectivesforsystems preservationthatareproposedforadoptionaspartof thisLRTP.Theyinclude:

EnvironmentalJusticeisthefairtreatmentand meaningfulinvolvementofallpeopleregardlessof race,color,nationalorigin,orincomewithrespectto thedevelopment,implementation,andenforcement ofenvironmentallaws,regulations,andpolicies.EPA hasthisgoalforallcommunitiesandpersonsacross thisNation[sic].Itwillbeachievedwheneveryone enjoysthesamedegreeofprotectionfrom environmentalandhealthhazardsandequalaccess tothedecisionͲmakingprocesstohaveahealthy environmentinwhichtolive,learn,andwork. 10

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TheUnitedStatesDepartmentofTransportationdefines threefundamentalEnvironmentalJusticeprinciplesfor theFederalHighwayAdministrationandtheFederal TransitAdministrationasfollows:

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Have95percentoftheStrategicIntermodalSystem ingoodorbettercondition. Have85percentofotherarterialsingoodorbetter condition. Strengthenbridgesthatareeither(1)structurally deficientor(2)postedforweightrestrictionwithin sixyearsonFDOTfacilities. Replacebridgesthatrequirestructuralrepairand aremorecosteffectivetoreplacewithinnineyears onFDOTfacilities. SatisfyFDOT’soffsystembridgereplacementgoals.



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Inaddition,theobjectiveofthesystemspreservation andmaintenancegoalistoprovideatransitfleetthat meetsFederalTransitAdministration’s(FTA’s) requirementsforsystempreservation,vehicleageand maintenance.

Federalandstaterequirementsandpoliciesassociated withtheLRTP’sgoalsfor“EquityinDecisionMaking”and “SystemPreservation”wereinplacebeforethisplan beganandarerecommendedfordirectadoptioninthe plan.Thefollowingarenewpoliciestoconsider.

Table2Ͳ5summarizestheperformancemeasures establishedforpreservation,operationsand maintenance.

ECONOMICCOMPETITIVENESS Thispolicyrequireseachnewprojectincludedinthe 2040CostFeasiblePlanprovideabenefitͲtoͲcostratio. Thispolicywillensurethatallprojectsareevaluated usingconsistentcriteriainrelationshiptotheeconomic goalsoftheplanandarefocusedonthegreatest economicreturnandefficientallocationofresources.

LRTPIMPLEMENTINGPOLICIES INTENT

NotallprojectsthatareincludedintheCostFeasible PlanmaydemonstratebenefitͲtoͲcostratioofgreater than1.0.Theintentofthepolicyisforthistobeoneof thefactorsusedtosupportdecisionͲmaking.

AdoptingmoreformalpoliciesaspartoftheLRTPisa firststeptowardastrongerregionalapproachto transportationdecisionmaking. Establishingthesepoliciesiswithinthecontextofthe roleoftheNorthFloridaTPOasapolicyboardinregional planning.TheintentisnotfortheBoardtobeinvolved withordirectdesigndecisions.Engineersarethe licensedprofessionalschargedwithsafeandefficient operationofthetransportationsystem.Itis inappropriate,fortheBoardorelectedofficialstodirect elementsofroadwaydesign.However,itisappropriate atthepolicyleveltoestablishthegeneralframeworkand policyguidelinesfortheobjectivesoftheprojecttobe constructed.

LIVABILITY TRANSITINVESTMENT IncorporatingaregionallivabilitypolicyintheLRTPwill guideinvestmentdecisionstopromotetransitandmode choices.TheJacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityhas definedavisionforfuturetransitinvestmentswiththe 2040horizonthatmayincludebusrapidtransit,trolleys, commuterrailandothermodes.Thepolicyintentisto supporttheseinvestments.Inadditiontoconsidering transitalternatives,successfultransitinvestmentsare dependentonwalkableaccess,pedestrianͲoriented designandtransitͲorienteddesign.

AschangestotheLRTPorTransportationImprovement ProgramareconsideredforadoptionbytheNorth FloridaTPO,apolicyreviewoftheprojectsshouldbe performedtoensuretheproposedinvestmentsreflect thevaluesandintentofthegoalsandobjectiveswithin theLRTP.Policiesforeconomiccompetitiveness, livability,safety,mobilityandaccessibilitywereadopted.

CONTEXTSENSITIVESOLUTIONS ApolicyintheLRTPthatidentifiescorridorswhere investmentswouldbemadeconsistentwithcomplete

Table2Ͳ5.SystemPreservationObjectivesandPerformanceMeasures Objective PerformanceMeasure Benchmark Maintainroadways FDOTconditionratingsystem ƒ 95%ofSISroadwaysingoodorbettercondition ƒ 85%ofnonͲSISroadwaysingoodorbettercondition Maintainbridges FDOTconditionratingsystem ƒ Strengthenbridgesthatareeither(1)structurally deficientor(2)postedforweightrestrictionwithinsix yearsonFDOTfacilities. ƒ Replacebridgesthatrequirestructuralrepairthatmore costeffectivetoreplacewithinnineyearsonFDOT facilities. ƒ SatisfyFDOT’soffsystembridgereplacementgoals. Maintaintransitsystem FTAsystempreservation Ageofvehicles 

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streetandcontextsensitivesolutionsprinciplesis recommended.Withthecompletestreetsandcontext sensitivesolutionsconcept,weareworkingtochange theparadigmfrom“movingcarsquickly”to“providing safemobilityforallmodes”.

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Implementingtheseconceptsshouldreflectthecontext andcharacterofthesurroundingbuiltandnatural environments.Thesetransportationinvestmentsneed tobelinkedtolanduseandzoningrequirementsto ensureaconsistenturbancharacter.Thelivabilitygoals include.

SAFETY AspartoftheStrategicSafetyPlancompletedin2012, severalstrategicsafetycorridorsandintersectionsonthe stateͲmaintainedhighwaysystemandlocalroadways wereidentified.Manysafetyprojectsaresmallerin scopeandcostsandcanbeimplementedinashorter timethanmajorcapacityimprovements.Safetyprojects oftenresultinhighbenefitͲtoͲcostratios.Thispolicy leveragestheplantoidentifysafetystrategiesfor implantingandadvancingprojects.

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Maximizingthenumberoflanestosixgeneraluse lanes.Anyadditionallaneswouldbebusrapid transitorothermanagedlanes. ƒ Investingineachcorridorconsistentwithanurban characterdefinedthroughtheprojectoradopted fromapriorstudysuchastheNeighborhoodVision projectsperformedbytheCityofJacksonville.For example,onsomecorridorsanurbanvillagecould beusedwhichwouldrequirewidersidewalksand onͲstreetparkingorgrandboulevards,or“Grand Boulevard”concepts.GrandBoulevardswould requirebicycle,pedestriansandtransittobe consideredwithequalconsiderationtoautomobile mobility. ƒ Requiringlanduseandzoningregulationstobein placebylocalgovernmentstoencourage redevelopmentconsistentwiththeurbandesign characteristicsestablishedforthecorridor. ƒ Establishingprototypecorridorconceptsforuse withindesignatedcorridorsorareas.  Thefollowingactionswereperformedaspartofthe developingtheLRTP. ƒ

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TRANSPORTATIONSYSTEMSMANAGEMENTAND OPERATIONS Thepoliciesassociatedwithtransitoriented developmentcontextsensitivesolutionsarekey elementsoftheoverallmobilityandaccessibility approachforthisplan.Inaddition,toensureweare optimizingtheefficiencyofthenetwork,a TransportationSystemsManagementandOperations (TSM&O)policyisproposed. TSM&Oalternativesshouldbeconsideredpriorto investinginnewcapacity.Thesestrategiesarehighly competitivewithcapacityprojectsfundinginmany settings.ExamplesofTSM&Oapproachesinclude: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Integratedcorridormanagement Arterialtrafficmanagementsystems Busrapidtransit Rampmetering Hardshoulderrunning Commercialvehicleinformationsystems  ThefollowingactionswereperformedwithintheLRTP process.

Thepolicybuiltonworkbeingpreparedbylocal agencieswithintheregionthataredeveloping contextsensitivesolutions,livablecommunitiesand lowimpactdevelopmentguidelines. Anetworkofcontextsensitivesolutionscorridors wasidentifiedwherecontextsensitivesolutionsare consideredapriority. ƒ Alistofcontextsensitivesolutionsguidelines waspreparedwherespecifictypesof investmentsareencouraged.Theguidelinesare providedinTechnicalMemorandum#9– ContextSensitiveSolutionsGuidelines. ƒ Aconceptualevaluationcontextsensitive solutionswerescreenedandidentifiedprojects thatarecandidatesformoredetailedevaluation

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ATSM&Onetworkthatincludestheconstrained corridorsidentifiedintheplanandthecongested corridorsidentifiedintheCongestionManagement Planaredesignated. ƒ AlistofcandidateTSM&Ostrategiesandtactics screenedandidentifiedformoredetailedevaluation duringprojectdevelopmentphases. ƒ TSM&Oimprovementswereincludedinthe2040 NeedsPlanandtheCostFeasiblePlan. Thispageisintentionallyblank. 2Ͳ7



duringprojectdevelopmentphaseswere identified. Contextsensitivesolutionsimprovementswere includedinthe2040NeedsPlanand2040Cost FeasiblePlan.


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CONSISTENCYWITHFEDERALANDSTATEPLANS T HE P ATH F ORWARD 2040  LRTP CONSIDERSTHEREQUIREMENTSOFKEYLEGISLATIVE , STATEWIDE POLICIES , GOALSANDOBJECTIVESANDISCONSISTENTWITHTHEREQUIREMENTSOF F EDERALAND S TATELEGISLATION .   MOVINGAHEADFORPROGRESSINTHE21ST CENTURY 12

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Supporttheeconomicvitalityofthemetropolitan areas,especiallybyenablingglobalcompetitiveness, productivityandefficiency. Increasethesafetyandsecurityofthe transportationsystemformotorizedandnonͲ motorizeduserstoachieveasignificantreductionin

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trafficfatalitiesandseriousinjuriesonallpublic roads. Increasetheaccessibilityandmobilityofpeopleand freighttoachieveasignificantreductionin congestionontheNationalHighwaySystem. Improvetheefficiencyofthesurfacetransportation system. Improvethenationalfreightnetwork,strengthen theabilityofruralcommunitiestoaccessnational andinternationaltrademarkets,andsupport regionaleconomicdevelopment. Enhancetheperformanceofthetransportation systemwhileprotectingandenhancingthenatural environment.






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AspartofMAPͲ21,thefollowingnewpoliciesrelatedto metropolitanplanningwereidentified: ƒ

LRTPsandTransportationImprovementPrograms (TIPs)arerequiredtobedevelopedthrougha performanceͲbasedapproach.Aspartofthe performanceͲbasedplanningapproach: o Performancemeasuresthatsupport nationalgoalsarerequired. o Targetsarerequiredwithmonitoring towardattainingtheperformance measures. o Targetsshouldbeestablishedin coordinationwithotherstateorpublic transportationagencies. o Targetsarerequiredtobeintegratedinto thecontinuingplanningprocess. o Theperformancemeasuresshouldbe includedintheLRTPandshowtheprogress thatisanticipatedtobeachievedby plannedinvestmentsanddecisionmaking. SystemPerformanceReportsarerequired thatdescribetheprogressmadetoward achievingtheperformancetargets. o TheU.S.DepartmentofTransportationwill establishtheminimumconditionlevelsfor allhighwaysontheInterstateSystemand bridgesontheNationalHighwaySystem. ƒ WithintwoyearsofenactingMAPͲ21,eachMPO shallincluderepresentationbytransportation providers,includingpublictransitsystems.  Table2Ͳ6demonstrateshowthesegoalsandobjectives areconsistentwiththefederalrequirementsinMAPͲ21. Table2Ͳ7outlinestheFederalplanningrequirementsas enumeratedinCFR450.322andprovidesreferencesto howeachoftheplanningrequirementsisaddressed. ThepublicinvolvementrequirementsfromFederaland statelegislationandpoliciesarediscussedingreater detailinthePublicInvolvementsection.



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Enhancemobilityand Optimizethequalityoftravel accessibility Improvetheaccessibilitytomodechoices

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Investinprojectsthat Improvetraveltimereliabilityonmajorfreightroutes enhanceeconomic Enhanceaccesstojobs competitiveness Maximizethereturnoninvestment

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Table2Ͳ7.FederalPlanningRequirements PlanningRequirement (a)Themetropolitantransportationplanningprocessshall includethedevelopmentofatransportationplanaddressing nolessthana20Ͳyearplanninghorizonasoftheeffective date.  Innonattainmentandmaintenanceareas,theeffectivedate ofthetransportationplanshallbethedateofaconformity determinationissuedbytheFHWAandtheFTA.In attainmentareas,theeffectivedateofthetransportation planshallbeitsdateofadoptionbytheMPO. (b)ThetransportationplanshallincludebothlongͲrange andshortͲrangestrategies/actionsthatleadtothe developmentofanintegratedmultimodaltransportation systemtofacilitatethesafeandefficientmovementof peopleandgoodsinaddressingcurrentandfuture transportationdemand. (c)TheMPOshallreviewandupdatethetransportationplan atleasteveryfouryearsinairqualitynonattainmentand maintenanceareasandatleasteveryfiveyearsin attainmentareastoconfirmthetransportationplan's validityandconsistencywithcurrentandforecasted transportationandlanduseconditionsandtrendsandto extendtheforecastperiodtoatleasta20Ͳyearplanning horizon.  Inaddition,theMPOmayrevisethetransportationplanat anytimeusingtheproceduresinthissectionwithouta requirementtoextendthehorizonyear.Thetransportation plan(andanyrevisions)shallbeapprovedbytheMPOand submittedforinformationpurposestotheGovernor.Copies ofanyupdatedorrevisedtransportationplansmustbe providedtotheFHWAandtheFTA. (d)Inmetropolitanareasthatareinnonattainmentfor ozoneorcarbonmonoxide,theMPOshallcoordinatethe developmentofthemetropolitantransportationplanwith theprocessfordevelopingtransportationcontrolmeasures inaStateImplementationPlan. (e)TheMPO,theState(s),andthepublictransportation operator(s)shallvalidatedatautilizedinpreparingother existingmodalplansforprovidinginputtothe transportationplan.  Inupdatingthetransportationplan,theMPOshallbasethe updateonthelatestavailableestimatesandassumptions forpopulation,landuse,travel,employment,congestion, andeconomicactivity.TheMPOshallapprove transportationplancontentsandsupportinganalyses producedbyatransportationplanupdate.

ActionTaken Theplanaddressesahorizonof2040.     Amaintenanceplanisnotrequiredinthisairshedbasedon Section185AoftheCleanAirActAmendmentsandthe adoptedStateImplementationPlan.

ShortͲ andlongͲrangestrategieswereevaluatedthat includedsafetyandTSM&Ostrategies.

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Extensivecoordinationwithallstateandlocal transportationagenciesincludingtheJacksonville TransportationAuthoritywasperformedinthe developmentoftheplanasoutlinedinthepublic involvementsection.  Atraveldemandmodelwaspreparedaspartofthe planningprocessthatincludedinformationonthe population,landuse,travel,employment,congestionand economicactivity.Thesedatawerereviewedandapproved bythelocalagenciesandtheNorthFloridaTPO.  

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Table2Ͳ7.FederalPlanningRequirements PlanningRequirement ActionTaken (f)Themetropolitantransportationplanshall,ataminimum,include: (1)Theprojectedtransportationdemandofpersonsand Aregionaltraveldemandmodelwasdevelopedthat goodsinthemetropolitanplanningareaovertheperiodof includedafreightanalysisandforecaststhroughtheyear thetransportationplan. 2040. (2)Existingandproposedtransportationfacilities(including Acomprehensiveevaluationofallregionalmultimodal majorroadways,transit,multimodalandintermodal needswasconductedaspartoftheplanningprocess.As facilities,pedestrianwalkwaysandbicyclefacilities,and documentedinthisreport,aninventoryofmajorroadways, intermodalconnectors)thatshouldfunctionasan transit,multimodalandintermodalfacilities,pedestrian integratedmetropolitantransportationsystem,giving walkwaysandbicyclefacilities,andintermodalconnectors emphasistothosefacilitiesthatserveimportantnational wascompletedandtheneedswereidentified. andregionaltransportationfunctionsovertheperiodofthe  transportationplan.    Inaddition,thelocallypreferredalternativeselectedfroman Transitprojectsareidentifiedintheplan.Projectswhere projectdevelopmenthasbegunandprojectswithplansto AlternativesAnalysisundertheFTA'sCapitalInvestment conductalternativesanalysisphasesarealsoidentified. Grantprogram(49U.S.C.5309and49CFRpart611)needs tobeadoptedaspartofthemetropolitantransportation planasaconditionforfundingunder49U.S.C.5309. (3)Operationalandmanagementstrategiestoimprovethe AregionalITSandTSM&OMasterPlanwasadoptedaspart performanceofexistingtransportationfacilitiestorelieve oftheNeedsPlanandfundingwillbeallocatedonan vehicularcongestionandmaximizethesafetyandmobility annualbasistoaddressneedswithintheplan. ofpeopleandgoods. (4)Considerationoftheresultsofthecongestion Thecongestionmanagementprocesswasusedtoidentify managementprocessinTransportationManagementAreas needsandalternativestrategiestoaddresscongestion. thatmeettherequirementsofthissubpart,includingthe identificationofsingleͲoccupancyvehicleprojectsthatresult fromacongestionmanagementprocessinTransportation ManagementAreasthatarenonattainmentforozoneor carbonmonoxide. (5)Assessmentofcapitalinvestmentandotherstrategiesto Operationsandmaintenanceoftheregion’sinfrastructure preservetheexistingandprojectedfuturemetropolitan wasaddressedandfundingwasallocatedwithinthisplan. transportationinfrastructureandprovideformultimodal  capacityincreasesbasedonregionalprioritiesandneeds.    Themetropolitantransportationplanmayconsiderprojects Ananalysisoftheregionalcongestionmanagementplan andstrategiesthataddressareasorcorridorswherecurrent andprocesswasusedtoidentifysystembottlenecksand orprojectedcongestionthreatenstheefficientfunctioningof needs. keyelementsofthemetropolitanarea'stransportation system. (6)Designconceptanddesignscopedescriptionsofall Thepurposeandneedforeachprojectissummarizedfor existingandproposedtransportationfacilitiesinsufficient projects.Costestimateswereincludedbasedonprior detail,regardlessoffundingsource,innonattainmentand studiesformostoftheprojectsincludedintheplan. maintenanceareasforconformitydeterminationsunderthe Whereprojectcostsestimateswerenotavailable,generic EPA'stransportationconformityrule(40CFRpart93).Inall costestimateswereusedbasedonFDOThistoricaldata. TheseareprovidedinAppendixK. areas(regardlessofairqualitydesignation),allproposed improvementsshallbedescribedinsufficientdetailto developcostestimates.

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Table2Ͳ7.FederalPlanningRequirements PlanningRequirement (7)Adiscussionoftypesofpotentialenvironmental mitigationactivitiesandpotentialareastocarryoutthese activities,includingactivitiesthatmayhavethegreatest potentialtorestoreandmaintaintheenvironmental functionsaffectedbythemetropolitantransportationplan. Thediscussionmayfocusonpolicies,programs,or strategies,ratherthanattheprojectlevel.Thediscussion shallbedevelopedinconsultationwithFederal,State,and Triballandmanagement,wildlife,andregulatoryagencies. TheMPOmayestablishreasonabletimeframesfor performingthisconsultation. (8)Pedestrianwalkwayandbicycletransportationfacilities inaccordancewith23U.S.C.217(g);

ActionTaken Asystemwideapproachtoenvironmentalmitigation activitiesareidentifiedintheplan.Estimatesformitigation costswereprovidedforprojectsaspartoftheplan.The EfficientTransportationDecisionMakingProcess establishedbyFDOTwasusedtoidentifyaninventoryof issuesthatmaybeassociatedwitheachcorridor.TheFDOT hasestablishedproceduresforaddressingallmitigation issuesinconsultationwithagenciesaspartoftheProject DevelopmentandEnvironment(PD&E)process.

(9)Transportationandtransitenhancementactivities,as appropriate;and (10)Afinancialplanthatdemonstrateshowtheadopted transportationplancanbeimplemented. (i)Forpurposesoftransportationsystemoperationsand maintenance,thefinancialplanshallcontainsystemͲlevel estimatesofcostsandrevenuesourcesthatarereasonably expectedtobeavailabletoadequatelyoperateand maintainFederalͲaidhighways(asdefinedby23U.S.C. 101(a)(5))andpublictransportation(asdefinedbytitle49 U.S.C.Chapter53). (ii)Forthepurposeofdevelopingthemetropolitan transportationplan,theMPO,publictransportation operator(s),andStateshallcooperativelydevelopestimates offundsthatwillbeavailabletosupportmetropolitan transportationplanimplementation,asrequiredunder §450.314(a).Allnecessaryfinancialresourcesfrompublic andprivatesourcesthatarereasonablyexpectedtobe madeavailabletocarryoutthetransportationplanshallbe identified. (iii)Thefinancialplanshallincluderecommendationsonany additionalfinancingstrategiestofundprojectsand programsincludedinthemetropolitantransportationplan. Inthecaseofnewfundingsources,strategiesforensuring theiravailabilityshallbeidentified.

Pedestrianandbicycleimprovementsareaddressedinthe planaspartoftheActiveTransportationdiscussion. Dedicatedfundingwassetasideforbicycleandpedestrian projects.Projectsthatarecandidatesforcontextsensitive solutionsandtransitaccessibilityandmobility enhancementsarealsoidentified. Transitandtransitmobilityenhancementimprovementsare addressedintheplan. Afinancialplanwaspreparedandisdocumentedinthis plan. SystemͲlevelestimatesofoperationsandmaintenance costswereidentifiedforstateroads,localroadsandtransit andaredocumentedinthisreport.

Federalandstatefundingprogramestimateswereprovided inconsultationwithFDOT.Theserevenuesaresummarized inthisreport.ThroughconsultationwiththeJacksonville TransportationAuthority,estimatesoflocalmatchand operationsandmaintenancecostsforeachprojectwere developedfortransit.

Afinancialplanwaspreparedthatincludedalternative revenuesources.Whiledevelopingtheplan,alternativesfor additionalfinancingbeyondthosethatarecurrentlyinplace werenotadvancedtotheCostFeasiblePlanstage.Toll revenuesanticipatedtofundthefutureFirstCoast Expresswaywerealsoestimated.LocallyͲfundedand privatelyͲfundedprojectsofregionalsignificancewerealso identified.

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Table2Ͳ7.FederalPlanningRequirements PlanningRequirement (iv)Indevelopingthefinancialplan,theMPOshalltakeinto accountallprojectsandstrategiesproposedforfunding undertitle23U.S.C.,title49U.S.C.Chapter53orwithother Federalfunds;Stateassistance;localsources;andprivate participation.StartingDecember11,2007,revenueandcost estimatesthatsupportthemetropolitantransportationplan mustuseaninflationrate(s)toreflect“yearofexpenditure dollars,”basedonreasonablefinancialprinciplesand information,developedcooperativelybytheMPO,State(s), andpublictransportationoperator(s). (v)Fortheouteryearsofthemetropolitantransportation plan(i.e.,beyondthefirst10years),thefinancialplanmay reflectaggregatecostranges/costbands,aslongasthe futurefundingsource(s)isreasonablyexpectedtobe availabletosupporttheprojectedcostranges/costbands. (vi)Fornonattainmentandmaintenanceareas,thefinancial planshalladdressthespecificfinancialstrategiesrequiredto ensuretheimplementationoftrafficcontrolmeasuresinthe applicableStateImplementationPlan. (vii)Forillustrativepurposes,thefinancialplanmay(butis notrequiredto)includeadditionalprojectsthatwouldbe includedintheadoptedtransportationplanifadditional resourcesbeyondthoseidentifiedinthefinancialplanwere tobecomeavailable. (viii)IncasesthattheFHWAandtheFTAfindametropolitan transportationplantobefiscallyconstrainedandarevenue sourceissubsequentlyremovedorsubstantiallyreduced (i.e.,bylegislativeoradministrativeactions),theFHWAand theFTAwillnotwithdrawtheoriginaldeterminationoffiscal constraint;however,insuchcases,theFHWAandtheFTA willnotactonanupdatedoramendedmetropolitan transportationplanthatdoesnotreflectthechanged revenuesituation. (g)TheMPOshallconsult,asappropriate,withStateand localagenciesresponsibleforlandusemanagement,natural resources,environmentalprotection,conservation,and historicpreservationconcerningthedevelopmentofthe transportationplan.Theconsultationshallinvolve (1)ComparisonoftransportationplanswithState conservationplansormaps,ifavailable;or (2)Comparisonoftransportationplanstoinventoriesof naturalorhistoricresources,ifavailable.

ActionTaken TheCostFeasiblePlan wasdevelopedusingyearof expendituredollarsandinflationratesprovidedbyFDOT. AllvaluesinthisreportareexpressedintheyearͲofͲ expenditure,unlessotherwisenoted.

Fundingbandsof2019Ͳ2020,2021Ͳ2025,2026Ͳ2030and 2031Ͳ2040wereused.

Amaintenanceplanisnotrequiredinthisairshedbasedon Section185AoftheCleanAirActAmendmentsandthe adoptedStateImplementationPlan. Aneedsplanwasdevelopedthatidentifiestheillustrative projectsthatwouldbeincludedifadditionalresourceswere available.Illustrativeprojectsthatwerenotfundedfor constructionbutfundedforpreliminaryengineeringphases onlyarealsosummarizedintheplan. Notapplicable. Thisprocessisaddressintheplan maintenancephase.

Extensivecoordinationwithagencieswasperformedaspart oftheplanningprocessandissummarizedinthisreport.

Conservationareaswereidentifiedaspartoftheplanning processandareshownontheplanmaps. AcomparisonwasperformedthroughtheEfficient TransportationDecisionMakingProcess.

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PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

Table2Ͳ7.FederalPlanningRequirements PlanningRequirement (h)Themetropolitantransportationplanshouldincludea safetyelementthatincorporatesorsummarizesthe priorities,goals,countermeasures,orprojectsfortheMPA containedintheStrategicHighwaySafetyPlanrequired under23U.S.C.148,aswellas(asappropriate)emergency reliefanddisasterpreparednessplansandstrategiesand policiesthatsupporthomelandsecurity(asappropriate)and safeguardthepersonalsecurityofallmotorizedandnonͲ motorizedusers. (i)TheMPOshallprovidecitizens,affectedpublicagencies, representativesofpublictransportationemployees,freight shippers,providersoffreighttransportationservices,private providersoftransportation,representativesofusersof publictransportation,representativesofusersofpedestrian walkwaysandbicycletransportationfacilities, representativesofthedisabled,andotherinterestedparties withareasonableopportunitytocommentonthe transportationplanusingtheparticipationplandeveloped under§450.316(a). (j)Themetropolitantransportationplanshallbepublished orotherwisemadereadilyavailablebytheMPOforpublic review,including(tothemaximumextentpracticable)in electronicallyaccessibleformatsandmeans,suchasthe WorldWideWeb. (k)AStateorMPOshallnotberequiredtoselectanyproject fromtheillustrativelistofadditionalprojectsincludedinthe financialplanunderparagraph(f)(10)ofthissection.

(l)Innonattainmentandmaintenanceareasfor transportationͲrelatedpollutants,theMPO,aswellasthe FHWAandtheFTA,mustmakeaconformitydetermination onanyupdatedoramendedtransportationplanin accordancewiththeCleanAirActandtheEPA transportationconformityregulations(40CFRpart93). Duringaconformitylapse,MPOscanprepareaninterim metropolitantransportationplanasabasisforadvancing projectsthatareeligibletoproceedunderaconformity lapse.Aninterimmetropolitantransportationplan consistingofeligibleprojectsfrom,orconsistentwith,the mostrecentconformingtransportationplanand TransportationImprovementProgrammayproceed immediatelywithoutrevisitingtherequirementsofthis section,subjecttointeragencyconsultationdefinedin40 CFRpart93.Aninterimmetropolitantransportationplan containingeligibleprojectsthatarenotfrom,orconsistent with,themostrecentconformingtransportationplanand TransportationImprovementProgrammustmeetallthe requirementsofthissection.  

ActionTaken TheregionrecentlyadoptedaStrategicSafetyPlanandthe needsidentifiedintheplanaresummarizedinthisplan. Fundingwillbeallocatedonanannualbasisforselected projectsinconsultationwithFDOT.  Emergencyreliefanddisasterpreparednessplanswere preparedbytheRegionalPlanningCouncilandconsidered aspartoftheplan.Evaluationroutesreceivedapriority designationaspartoftheprioritizationprocess. TheNorthFloridaTPOBoard,TechnicalAdvisoryBoardand CitizensAdvisoryBoardwereconsultedthroughtheplan development.Theseboardsincluderepresentativesofall users.Aprojectsteeringcommitteewasalsoestablished whichincludedadditionalmembers.Theparticipationof theseinterestgroupsisdocumentedingreaterdetailin TechnicalMemorandum#1–PublicInvolvementand summarizedinthisreport.

Aprojectwebsitewasestablishedfortheprojectandall materialsweremadeavailabletothepublicforreview.The projectwebsiteishttp://pathforward2040.com/.

AllprojectswereadoptedbytheNorthFloridaTPO.Two projectswereexcludedfromconsiderationintheCost FeasiblePlanbasedonthepotentialenvironmentalimpacts. TheseprojectsaredocumentedintheEnvironmental Considerationssection. Amaintenanceplanisnotrequiredinthisairshedbasedon Section185AoftheCleanAirActAmendmentsandthe StateImplementationPlan.

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FLORIDATRANSPORTATIONPLAN The2060FloridaTransportationPlanwasadoptedin 2010andcreatesasharedvisionforthefutureof transportationinFloridaandthegoals,objectivesand strategiestoachievethisvisionoverthenext50years.

Goal:Maketransportationdecisionstopromote responsibleenvironmentalstewardship ƒ

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MaximizeFlorida’spositionasastrategichubfor internationalanddomestictrade,visitorsand investmentbydeveloping,enhancing,andfunding Florida’sStrategicIntermodalSystem. Improvetransportationconnectivityforpeopleand freighttoestablishemergingregionalemployment centersinruralandurbanareas. Plananddeveloptransportationsystemstoprovide adequateconnectivitytoeconomicallyproductive rurallands. Investintransportationcapacityimprovementsto meetfuturedemandformovingpeopleandfreight. Beaworldwideleaderindevelopingand implementinginnovativetransportation technologiesandsystems.

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Goal:Maketransportationdecisionstosupportand enhancelivablecommunities

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Developtransportationplansandmakeinvestments tosupportthegoalsoftheFloridaTransportation Planandotherstatewideplans,aswellasregional andcommunityvisionsandplans. Coordinatetransportationinvestmentswithother publicandprivatedecisionstofosterlivable communities. Coordinatetransportationandlandusedecisionsto supportlivableruralandurbancommunities.

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Expandtransportationoptionsforresidents,visitors andbusinesses. ReinforceandtransformFlorida’sStrategic IntermodalSystemtoprovidemultimodaloptions formovingpeopleandfreight. Developandoperateastatewidehighspeedand intercitypassengerrailsystemconnectingallregions ofthestateandlinkingtopublictransportation systemsinruralandurbanareas. Expandandintegrateregionalpublictransitsystems inFlorida’surbanareas. Increasetheefficiencyandreliabilityoftravelfor peopleandfreight. Integratemodalinfrastructure,technologies,and paymentsystemstoprovideseamlessconnectivity forpassengerandfreighttripsfromoriginto destination.


PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

STATEPLANNINGREQUIREMENTS Thestateplanningprinciplestobeconsideredinthe LRTP:preservingtheexistingtransportation infrastructure;enhancingFlorida’seconomic competitiveness;andimprovingtravelchoicestoensure mobility. Table2Ͳ8.StatePlanningRequirements PlanningRequirement EachMPOmustdevelopalongͲrangetransportationplan thataddressesatleasta20Ͳyearplanninghorizon.The planmustincludebothlongͲrangeandshortͲrange strategiesandmustcomplywithallotherstateand federalrequirements.  TheprevailingprinciplestobeconsideredinthelongͲ rangetransportationplanare:preservingtheexisting transportationinfrastructure;enhancingFlorida’s economiccompetitiveness;andimprovingtravelchoices toensuremobility.  ThelongͲrangetransportationplanmustbeconsistent, tothemaximumextentfeasible,withfuturelanduse elementsandthegoals,objectives,andpoliciesofthe approvedlocalgovernmentcomprehensiveplansofthe unitsoflocalgovernmentlocatedwithinthejurisdiction oftheMPO  EachMPOisencouragedtoconsiderstrategiesthat integratetransportationandlanduseplanningtoprovide forsustainabledevelopmentandreducegreenhousegas emissions.  TheapprovedlongͲrangetransportationplanmustbe consideredbylocalgovernmentswhiledevelopingthe transportationelementsinlocalgovernment comprehensiveplansandanyamendmentsthereto. (a) Identifytransportationfacilities,including,butnot limitedtomajorroadways,airports,seaports, spaceports,commuterrailsystems,transitsystems,and intermodalormultimodalterminalsthatwillfunctionas anintegratedmetropolitantransportationsystem.The longͲrangetransportationplanmustgiveemphasisto thosetransportationfacilitiesthatservenational, statewideorregionalfunctions.Theplanmustconsider thegoalsandobjectivesidentifiedintheFlorida TransportationPlanasprovidedins.339.155.Ifaproject islocatedwithintheboundariesofmorethanoneMPO, theMPOsmustcoordinateplansregardingtheprojectin thelongͲrangetransportationplan.

Table2Ͳ8summarizesthestateplanningrequirements andhowtheyaddressedinthisplan.

ActionTaken Theplanaddresses a22Ͳyearhorizon.  LongͲrangeandshortͲrangestrategiessuchasTSM&O wereconsidered.  Theprevailingprincipleswereadoptedaspartofour goalsandobjectives.      Futurelanduseforecastsweremadeinconsultationwith localgovernmentsandadoptedbytheNorthFlorida TPO.Twolandusescenariosweredevelopedduringthe planningprocess.    TheNorthFloridaTPOadoptedalivabilitypolicyaspart oftheplanandActiveTransportationstrategiesincluding ContextSensitiveSolutionswereidentified.   TheapprovedlongͲrangetransportationplanwas developedthroughcoordinationwithlocalgovernments andisconsistentwiththelocalgovernmentlanduse plansandcapitalimprovementprograms. A comprehensiveevaluationofallregionalmultimodal needswasconductedaspartoftheplanningprocess.As documentedinthisreport,aninventoryofmajor roadways,transit,multimodalandintermodalfacilities, pedestrianwalkwaysandbicyclefacilities,and intermodalconnectors.  Noprojectsidentifiedintheplanarelocatedinanother metropolitanarea.

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Table2Ͳ8.StatePlanningRequirements PlanningRequirement ActionTaken (b) Includeafinancialplanthatdemonstrateshowthe Afinancialplanwaspreparedthatincludedalternative plancanbeimplemented,indicatingresourcesfrom revenuesources.Whiledevelopingtheplan,alternatives publicandprivatesourceswhicharereasonablyexpected foradditionalfinancingbeyondthosethatarecurrently inplacewerenotadvancedtotheCostFeasiblePlan.Toll tobeavailabletocarryouttheplan,andrecommends revenuesanticipatedtobeavailabletofundthefuture anyadditionalfinancingstrategiesforneededprojects FirstCoastExpresswaywerealsoestimated. andprograms.Thefinancialplanmayinclude,for illustrativepurposes,additionalprojectsthatwouldbe includedintheadoptedlongͲrangetransportationplanif reasonableadditionalresourcesbeyondthoseidentified inthefinancialplanwereavailable.Forthepurposeof developingthelongͲrangetransportationplan,theMPO andthedepartmentshallcooperativelydevelop estimatesoffundsthatwillbeavailabletosupportthe planimplementation.Innovativefinancingtechniques maybeusedtofundneededprojectsandprograms.Such techniquesmayincludetheassessmentoftolls,theuseof valuecapturefinancing,ortheuseofvaluepricing. (c) Assesscapitalinvestmentandothermeasuresnecessaryto: 1. Ensurethepreservationoftheexistingmetropolitan Goalsandobjectivesassociatedwiththepreservationof transportationsystemincludingrequirementsforthe theexistingtransportationsystemwereincluded.The operation,resurfacing,restoration,andrehabilitationof anticipatedcostsforoperationsandmaintenanceofthe majorroadwaysandrequirementsfortheoperation, stateandlocaltransportationsystemsaredocumented maintenance,modernizationandrehabilitationofpublic intheplan. transportationfacilities;and 2. Makethemostefficientuseofexisting TSM&Ostrategiesandadedicatedfundingsourcefor transportationfacilitiestorelievevehicularcongestion theseprojectswereidentified. andmaximizethemobilityofpeopleandgoods. (d) Indicate,asappropriate,proposedtransportation Pedestrianandbicycleimprovementsareaddressedin enhancementactivities,including,butnotlimitedto, theplanaspartoftheActiveTransportationdiscussion. Dedicatedfundingwassetasideforbicycleand pedestrianandbicyclefacilities,sceniceasements, pedestrianprojects.Projectsthatarecandidatesfor landscaping,historicpreservation,mitigationofwater contextsensitivesolutionsandtransitaccessibilityand pollutionduetohighwayrunoff,andcontrolofoutdoor mobilityenhancementsarealsoidentified. advertising. Notapplicable. (e) Inadditiontotherequirementsofparagraphs(a)Ͳ (d),inmetropolitanareasthatareclassifiedas nonattainmentareasforozoneorcarbonmonoxide,the MPOmustcoordinatethedevelopmentofthelongͲrange transportationplanwiththeStateImplementationPlan developedpursuanttotherequirementsofthefederal CleanAirAct. InthedevelopmentofitslongͲrangetransportationplan, TheNorthFloridaTPO,TechnicalCoordinating eachMPOmustprovidethepublic,affectedpublic CommitteeandCitizensAdvisoryCommitteewere agencies,representativesoftransportationagency consultedthroughtheplandevelopment.Theseboards employees,freightshippers,providersoffreight includerepresentationsofallusers.Aprojectsteering transportationservices,privateprovidersof committeewasalsoestablishedwhichincluded transportation,representativesofusersofpublictransit, additionalmembers.Theparticipationoftheseinterest groupsisdocumentedingreaterinthesectiononpublic andotherinterestedpartieswithareasonable involvement. opportunitytocommentonthelongͲrange transportationplan.ThelongͲrangetransportationplan mustbeapprovedbytheMPO 2Ͳ19 


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SAFETYANDSECURITY T HESAFETYOFOURTRAVELINGPUBLICISTHENUMBERONEPRIORITYOFTHEPLANNINGPROCESS .  M OREPEOPLEDIEOFTRAFFICCRASHESEACHYEARINOURREGIONTHANFROMHOMICIDES . negativeimpacttolivesandeconomicproductivity contributetotheregion’seconomiccompetitivenessand qualityoflife.

TRAFFICCRASHES Trafficcrashesunnecessarilyclaimthelivesofresidents ofNorthFloridaeachyear.Morepeoplediefromtraffic crasheseachyearthanhomicides.From2005Ͳ2010, 1,288fatalcrashesoccurredversus715homicidesinthe fourͲcountymetropolitanarea.Butitishomicidesthat makethenewsheadlines.Duringthatsameperiodan additional81,404personswereinjuredinvehicle crashes.

AStrategicSafetyPlanwasadoptedbytheNorthFlorida TPOin2012andisincludedinAppendixA.TheStrategic SafetyPlanidentifiedprioritylocations(corridorsand intersections)thatweredeterminedtobeofthemost significantconcernforthesafetyofthedriversand vulnerableroadusers(bicyclistsandpedestrians).These locationswereidentifiedbasedontheseverityofthe crashesusingtheeconomiccostofthecrashesandthe totalfrequencyofcrashes.

BasedondataprovidedbytheTexasTransportation Institute,crashescause53percentofalldelaysor7 hoursperresidenteachyearinourregioninlost economicproductivity.Theeconomiccostsoftraffic crashesinourregionexceeded$5billionannuallyin medicalcosts,lostproductivity,traveldelays,workplace costs,insurancecosts,andlegalcosts.Theseeconomic lossesareapproximately8percentofthe$60.3billion grossproductofthemetropolitanstatisticalarea.The

The20Ͳhighestrankedlocationsbasedontheseverityof crashesincludedsegmentsof,andintersectionswith,SR 21BlandingBoulevard,SR134103rdStreet/Timuquana Road,IͲ295,RickerRoad,HarlowBoulevard,Firestone Road,OldMiddleburgRoad,MorseAvenue,Rampart Road,SR228NormandyBoulevard,CollinsRoad,CR220 DoctorsInletandCR209RussellRoad. 2Ͳ21




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Whenthetotalfrequencyofcrasheswasconsidered (withoutweightingtheseverityofcrashes),thefollowing additionalprioritycorridorsandintersectionswere identified:SR212BeachBoulevard,SR10Atlantic Boulevard,SR115SouthsideBoulevard,SR202J.T. ButlerBoulevardandSR109UniversityBoulevard.

infrastructureinterdependencies,aswellasinformation sharingandpublicͲprivatepartnering.Togetherthese factorsaidinthefocusanddirectionoftheRegional DomesticSecurityTaskForces. TheJacksonvilleTransportationAuthoritymaintainsa TransitSafetyandSecurityPlanaspartoftheir operations.

Becauseofthecloserelationshipofcongestionand safety,congestionmanagementprioritycorridorswhich willbediscussedinthefollowingsectionarealsoshown onFigure2Ͳ1.

Theseplanswereevaluatedandcoordinatedaspartof theplanningprocess.

Constructionprojectsarecurrentlyplannedonmanyof thehighestrankedprioritycorridorsandintersections. Manyoftheseprojectsincludereconstruction,widening, resurfacing,signalizationandaccessmanagement improvementstoaddressthesafetyneeds.

EMERGENCYPREPAREDNESS TheNortheastFloridaRegionalCouncilcoordinatesthe preparationofaLocalMitigationStrategywitheach countytoreduceand/oreliminatetherisksassociated withnaturalandmanͲmadehazards.Theseplansare preparedinaccordancewiththeDisasterMitigationAct of2000.ThisActisamechanismforcollaboration betweenstateandlocalentitiesthatencouragespreͲ disasterplanning,recognizesneedformitigation,and designatesfundingforprojectsthroughFederalgrant opportunities.TheFloridaDivisionofEmergency ManagementMitigationPlanningUnitassistscountiesin theupdateandreviewprocessofthelocalmitigation strategy.Theyserveasaresourcefortechnicaladvice, knowledgeoffundingsources,andgeneralinformation regardinghazardmitigation.Withoutanapprovedlocal mitigationstrategyacountywillnotbeabletoapplyfor manyFederalgrants.TheLocalMitigationStrategymust beupdatedeveryfiveyearstoremaincompliant.

SECURITY SecurityplanningisaddressedthroughsevenRegional DomesticSecurityTaskForceswithintheStateofFlorida. EachRegionalDomesticSecurityTaskForcesconsistsof localrepresentativesfromdisciplinesinvolvedin preventionandresponse.Theyareeachcomposedof separateSubͲCommittees(withChairs&CoͲChairs)that includelawenforcement,fire/rescue,emergency medicalservices,emergencymanagement,hospitals, publichealth,schoolsandbusinesses.TheRegional DomesticSecurityTaskForcesworktogetherwiththe ChiefofDomesticSecurity,topreparefor,preventand respondtoterroristevents.TheNortheastFlorida RegionalCouncilcurrentlyhasaFloridaDivisionofLaw EnforcementandFloridaDivisionofEmergency ManagementPlannerassignedtotheregiontohelppush theStatestrategy.

Aspartofthisplanevacuationrouteswerereviewedto assessneeds.Designatedevacuationroutesreceiveda priorityconsiderationindevelopingtheCostFeasible Plan.

TheU.S.DepartmentofHomelandSecurityanditslead agencyfordisasterreadinessandresponse,theFederal EmergencyManagementAgency,hasimplementednew programinitiativesthatinvolveaholisticapproachto bothdisasterreadinessandresponse,andcombating terrorism,andarethereforesupportiveofthenational conceptof“AllHazardsResilience”andthethreeclosely relatedfactorsthatnecessitatedevelopmentofa holistic,regionalapproachtoallͲhazardsresiliencethat involvesengagingthebroadstakeholdercommunityͲ

Intheeventofadisaster,theJacksonvilleTransportation Authorityhasamanagementplantoproviding emergencyevacuation,paratransittransport,moving emergencyservicepersonneland/orcivilianrelocation viamasstransit.  

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CONGESTIONMANAGEMENTPROCESS A DDRESSINGCONGESTIONONOURROADWAYSYSTEMISTHEMOSTVISIBLEELEMENTOFTHE LRTP.  C ONGESTIONIN N ORTH F LORIDACOSTSOURREGION $526 MILLIONINLOSTPRODUCTIVITYEACH YEAR .   Recurringcongestionhasstaggeringsocialandeconomic costs.Morethan$316millionarelosteachyearby travelersduetothelosttimeandexcessfuel consumptionassociatedwithdelays.Whencongestion resultingfromcrashesisconsidered,thetotalcostsof congestionare$526million.Thisamountsto13hoursor $400peryearforeachofourregion’s1.3million residents.

AlthoughtransituseinNorthFloridacontinuestobeless thanonepercentofallpersontravelmiles,transituse continuestorisewitha1.8percentannualincreasefrom 2011to2012.Since2008,transituseintheareahas increasedby30.8percent. Thereductioninautomobileuseandincreaseintransit usecombinedwiththeopeningof62additionallane milesofhighwaysbetween2008and2012resultedin significantbenefitsinthequalityoftravelwithinthe region.Averagespeedsduringthepeakperiods improvedby2.73percentfrom2008to2012and0.65 percentfrom2011to2012.Theseaveragespeeds resultedinapositiveeconomicimpacttothelocal economyof$280millionperyear.

From2008to2012,automobileusedeclinedwithinthe regionby5.7percent.Thisdeclineinvehicleuseisthe resultoftheeconomicdownturn,changingtravel patternsassociatedwithanagingpopulationand youngerdrivers’reducedautomobiledependence.The exceptiontothisreductionistherecentincreaseinthe truckmilestraveledwithintheregion.Overthelastfive years,trucktrafficdeclinedby16.4percent.From2011 to2012trucktrafficincreased1.6reflectingthe beginningoftheeconomicrecovery.

 

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However,vehicleuseandtravelisanticipatedtoincrease intheregionforthenextfiveyearsasaresultofthe economicrecoveryandregionalgrowth.Thedemandfor travelisanticipatedtoreturntopreͲrecessionlevelsby theyear2018andimprovementstoenhanceour mobilityareneededtomeettheseneeds.

 

Bytheyear2040,thetrafficvolumeswillincreaseby oneͲthirdwithintheregionasaresultofthegrowthin populationandeconomicactivity. Althoughdriving(aloneorwithotherpassengers)isstill anticipatedtoaccountforabout85percentofalltrips withintheregion,becauseoftheagingpopulationand changesinpreferencesfromthemillennialgeneration whowishtodriveless,thepercentoftripsmadeby personswalkingisanticipatedtoincreasefrom8.4 percentwithintheregionto9.4percent,a14percent change.AccordingtotheAmericanPlanning Association’s2014NationalPoll,81percentof millennialsand77percentofactiveboomerssay “affordableandconvenientalternativestothecarareat leastsomewhatimportantindecidingwheretoliveand work.”Thesechangesintravelpreferenceswillrequirea multimodalapproachtoaddressingourtransportation needsin2040. Withoutinvestmentsintransportation,travelconditions areanticipatedtoworsen.Bytheyear2040,traveltimes areanticipatedtoincreasebynearly20percent. In2013,theNorthFloridaTPOcompletedaCongestion ManagementPlan.Theplandevelopedperformance measuresandanalyzedmobilitytrendsandconditions. TheCongestionManagementPlanidentifiedcongested corridorsandrecommendedstrategiesandtacticsto addressthesecorridors. AspartofdevelopingtheCongestionManagement, corridorsthatarecurrentlyseverelycongested (operatingatlevelofserviceEorF)andconstrained wereidentified.ThesecorridorsareshownonFigure2Ͳ1 (inthepriorsection).Becauseofthecloserelationship ofcongestionandsafety,prioritysafetycorridorsare alsoshownonthismap.Thecorridorsaresummarized inTable2Ͳ9. Anannualmobilityreportispreparedeachyearaspart ofthecongestionmanagementprocessestablishedin theCongestionManagementPlan. TheCongestionManagementPlanandthe2014Annual MobilityReportisattachedasAppendixB.

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Table2Ͳ9.CongestedFacilities County Nameof Name Area Clay ClayCounty St.Johns St.JohnsCounty Clay ClayCounty Clay ClayCounty St.Johns St.JohnsCounty Duval Jacksonville St.Johns St.JohnsCounty Duval Jacksonville Clay OrangePark Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville St.Johns St.JohnsCounty Nassau NassauCounty Duval Jacksonville Duval JacksonvilleBeach Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval JacksonvilleBeach Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville St.Johns StAugustine Duval Jacksonville Clay Middleburg St.Johns St.JohnsCounty Duval Jacksonville Clay OrangePark Duval Jacksonville Duval NeptuneBeach Duval JacksonvilleBeach Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville CollegeDrive CR210CoronaRoad SuzanneAvenue SR224KingsleyAvenue SolanaRoad St.Johns BluffRoad CR210PalmValleyRoad SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard SR224KingsleyAvenue IͲ95 SR202J. T. ButlerBoulevard RacetrackRoad US17SR5 US1PhilipsHighway US90BeachBoulevard SR116MonumentRoad SR109UniversityBoulevard LorettoRoad SR228HartBridgeExpressway 19thStreet IͲ295 SR152BaymeadowsRoad ClayCounty Line SR207 SR228EmersonExpressway CR218 SR312 SR10AtlanticBoulevard WellsRoad IͲ295 RamptoA1A St.Johns CountyLine St.Johns BluffRoad US1PhilipsHighway

SR21BlandingBoulevard SRA1A SR21BlandingBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SRA1A SR212AtlanticBoulevard SRA1A SR115SouthsideBoulevard US17 SR109UniversityBoulevard IͲ95 SR13 SRAIA SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard SRA1AThirdStreet SR10AtlanticBoulevard IͲ95 SR13SanJoseBoulevard US90BeachBoulevard SRA1AThirdStreet SR10AtlanticBoulevard US1SR5PhilipsHighway SR21BlandingBoulevard US1 IͲ95 SR21BlandingBoulevard US1 SR10 US17 RailConnector/PritchardRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard SRA1AThirdStreet IͲ295 SR152BaymeadowsRoad 2Ͳ27

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SuzanneAvenue SolanaRoad SR224KingsleyAve DuvalCounty Line DuvalCounty Line GirvinRoad CR210CoronaRoad BeachBoulevard WellsRoad US90BeachBoulevard BowdenRoad DuvalCounty Line CR107 BlackrockRoad IͲ95 19thStreet IͲ295 EmersonExpressway IͲ295 SouthsideBoulevard 34thStreet St.JohnsBluffRoad SR202J.T. ButlerBoulevard IͲ295 KingStreet AtlanticBoulevardRamps North CityLimitͲ PalmettoStreet SR207 SR5ExitDowntown DuvalCountyLine OldKingsRoad WestA1AJunction 34thAvenue US90BeachBoulevard IͲ95

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Table2Ͳ9.CongestedFacilities County Nameof Name Area St.Johns StAugustine St.Johns StAugustine Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Clay OrangePark Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville St.Johns StAugustine Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Clay OrangePark Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville St.Johns St.JohnsCounty Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval NeptuneBeach 

Facility OrangeStreet SRA1ABridgeofLions OceanStreet GirvinRoad SR109UniversityBoulevard IͲ295 ElbowRoad IͲ295 SR115SouthsideBoulevard IͲ95 SR152BaymeadowsRoad SR129McDuffAvenue StocktonStreetRamps SR228/US17 OldStAugustineRoad US1 IͲ10 ArlingtonRoadNorth DoctorsLakeDrive SR115SouthsideBoulevard IͲ295 St.Johns County SR109CeseryBoulevard ChurchRoad IͲ95 LewisPointRoad BowdenRoad SR5DowntownExit SR152BaymeadowsRoad BelleRiveBoulevard US90BeachBoulevard IͲ95 HodgesBoulevard SR10AtlanticBoulevard

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MayStreet SRA1A US17MainStreet SanPabloRoad HainesStreet Expressway Kernan Boulevard SR224KingsleyAvenue SR134103rdStreet IͲ295 OldBaymeadowsRoad US1PhilipsHighway US17RooseveltBoulevard IͲ95 StocktonStreet Ramps SR13SanJoseBoulevard CordovaStreet CommonwealthAvenue SR109CeseryBoulevard US17 ArlingtonRoad SR115SouthsideBoulevard LorettoRoad SR109UniversityBoulevard SRA1A SR228EmersonExpressway SR312 SR109UniversityBoulevard IͲ10FullerWarrenBridge SR202J.T. ButlerBoulevard SR152BaymeadowsRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR115SouthsideBoulevard SanPabloParkway SeagateAvenue

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SanMarco Avenue SRA1ABridgeofLions OceanStreet SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR115MathewsBridge Expressway US90BeachBoulevard US17 SR21BlandingBoulevard US90BeachBoulevard SR152Baymeadows Road IͲ295 IͲ10 IͲ10 IͲ10 IͲ295 KingStreet IͲ295 SR115ArlingtonExpressway SR224KingsleyAvenue SR115ArlingtonExpressway US1PhilipsHighway SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR155ArlingtonExpressway MayportRoad SR126EmersonStreet US1 IͲ95 IͲ95 IͲ95 SR115SouthsideBoulevard SR115SouthsideBoulevard SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard US90BeachBoulevard SRA1AThirdStreet 2Ͳ28




Table2Ͳ9.CongestedFacilities County Nameof Name Area Duval JacksonvilleBeach Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville St.Johns StAugustine Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Clay ClayCounty Duval Jacksonville Duval Jacksonville Duval AtlanticBeach Duval Jacksonville SeagateAvenue SR208WilsonBoulevard SR115SouthsideBoulevard StAugustineRoad SR15/US17 PowersAvenue SR155SouthsideBoulevard SR109UniversityBoulevard HerlongRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard MerrillRoad MonumentRoad US1PhilipsHighway IͲ295 ParkAvenue KingStreet CravenRoad SR111EdgewoodAvenue SR122GolfairAvenue SR115SouthsideBoulevard SR139/US23 FrancisStreet IͲ95 SR202J.T. ButlerBoulevard LunaRamps SR134103rdStreet CassatAvenue LaneAvenue KindlewoodDrive IͲ10 RickerRoad WestA1AJunction SR10AArlingtonExpressway

SRA1AThirdStreet IͲ295 SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR109UniversityBoulevard IͲ95 SR109UniversityBoulevard SR115Arlington Expressway SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR228NormandyBoulevard IͲ295 IͲ295 IͲ295 SR115SouthsideBoulevard SR228NormandyBoulevard US17RooseveltBoulevard US1PoncedeLeonBoulevard SR152BaymeadowsRoad US17RooseveltBoulevard IͲ95 SR152BaymeadowsRoad IͲ95 8thSt. IͲ295 IͲ295 IͲ10 IͲ295 IͲ10 IͲ10 BrananFieldRoad IͲ95 SR134103rdStreet SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR109UniversityBoulevard 2Ͳ29

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US90BeachBoulevard SR228NormandyBoulevard MonumentRoad PowersAvenue SR122GolfairAvenue US1PhilipsAvenue RegencyMallEntrance SR115SouthsideBoulevard IͲ295 St.Johns BluffRoad MonumentRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard BelleRiveBoulevard LaneAvenue SR111EdgewoodAvenue CastilloDrive US1PhilipsHighway McDuffAvenue SR115LemTurner Road IͲ295 SR1148thStreet PerryStreet OldStAugustineRoad GateParkway SR129McDuffAvenue SR208WilsonBoulevard LunaRamps CassatAvenue DuvalCounty Line US23KingsRoad IͲ295 SRA1AThirdStreet ArlingtonRoad

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COMPLETEDANDCOMMITTEDCONSTRUCTION T OESTABLISHABASELINEFORDETERMININGFUTURENEEDS , PROJECTSTHATWERECOMPLETED SINCETHELAST LRTP ANDPROJECTSWITHCOMMITMENTSFORCONSTRUCTIONWITHINTHENEXT FIVEYEARSWEREIDENTIFIED . Ananalysisoftheprogressmadeincompletingthe Envision2035LRTPwasperformedtoestablishthe baselineforthisCostFeasiblePlan.Majorprojects completedsincetheadoptionofthe2035LRTPare shownonFigure2Ͳ2andsummarizedinTable2Ͳ10.

Theprojectsidentifiedwithcommitmentsfor constructionorcapitalimprovementsarepartofthe CostFeasiblePlantoprovidetheflexibilitytoimplement projectscommensuratewithfuturefundingavailability. ProjectsinBakerandPutnamCountiesareshowninthe listofcommittedprojectsbasedontheregional developmentofthisplanandtheirinclusioninthetravel demandforecastingmodelforNorthFlorida.

Themajorprojectswithcommitmentsforconstruction aresummarizedinFigure2Ͳ2inTable2Ͳ11andTable2Ͳ 12.Thecommitmentswereobtainedfromthefollowing planningdocumentsandthroughcoordinationwithour partneragencies. ƒ

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InterchangeModification

InterchangeModification

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AddAuxiliaryLanes

InterchangeModification

NewInterchangeand RemoveExisting InterchangeModification

New2Lane NewInterchangeandNew 2LaneRoad Add2Lane AddAuxiliaryLanes

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New2Lane New2Lane New2Lane New2Lane

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Under construction Under construction Under construction Complete

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2035CostFeasible Plan#19 Private PrivatelyFunded

CommittedProject CommittedProject LocallyFunded LocallyFunded

5F10F12F12F

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 13 ProjectsidentifiedinthelistofcommittedprojectsintheEnvision2035CostFeasiblePlanareshowas“CommittedProject”.Projectsidentifiedas OperationsImprovementwerenotpartofthe2035CostFeasiblePlan. 2Ͳ33 

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IͲ295

IͲ295

IͲ295

IͲ295

IͲ295

IͲ295

IͲ10

3051 3052

IͲ10 IͲ10

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US1

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LaneAvenue SR111Cassat Avenue 3043 atHammondBoulevard  3042 (Marietta) 62 atSR208Wilson  Boulevard 3010 atSR228Normandy  Boulevard 11 IͲ10 Commonwealth Avenue 3009 atCommonwealth  Avenue 60 atPritchardRoad 

3046 961

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3047 1020 3048 711

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CR210

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US301SR200

23

3020

126

SR9B

US17ParkAvenue

4

36

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

SR9B

3050 3006

33

3007

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SR21BlandingBoulevard

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

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3041

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65

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US1SR5Philips Highway WellsRoad

SR21Blanding Boulevard IͲ95

SR23BrananField Road OldJenningsRoad OldJenningsRoad

HodgesBoulevard

IͲ95

GardenBoulevard

IͲ95 OwensRoad

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IntersectionImprovement

Widento6Lanes

IntersectionImprovement

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InterchangeModifications

BridgeReplacement

InterchangeModification

InterchangeModification

InterchangeModification

2Ͳ34

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New4LaneRoad

KnightBoxxRoad Widento6Lanes OakleafPlantation BuildFrontageRoads Parkway IͲ10 NewLimitedAccessToll Road US1SR5Philips NewLimitedAccess Highway Roadway IͲ295 NewLimitedAccess Roadway IͲ295 AddLanesandReconstruct

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CR107

Walgreens

OwensRoad SR5US1

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505

IͲ295

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Operations Improvement 2035CostFeasible Plan#12

2035CostFeasible Plan#11 CommittedProject

CommittedProject

LocallyFunded CommittedProject

Operations Improvement 2035CostFeasible Plan#9 Operations Improvement LocallyFunded

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5F10F12F12F

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301

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US301SR200

Table2Ͳ10.MajorProjectsUnderConstructionorCompletedSincethe2035PlanWasAdopted Facility ID From To Improvement

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Under construction 

Phase 5F10F12F12F

2035CostFeasible PlanStatus 13 2035CostFeasible Plan#13




ChesterRoad CR216 CR220DoctorsInletRoad CR739HenleyRoad/RussellRoad CrawfordRoad CrawfordRoad FloridaEastCoastRailway FortGatesFerryRoad GirvinRoad GirvinRoad HollowayRoad IͲ10atIͲ95 IͲ10 IͲ295 IͲ295 IͲ95 IͲ95 IͲ95 KolasFerryRoad LakeSusanRoad OldStAugustineRoad ParramoreRoadExtension PecanParkRoad RadioAvenue SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR10US90BeaverStreet SR10US90BeaverStreet SR109UniversityBoulevard SR115SouthsideBoulevard SR134103rdStreet SR152BaymeadowsRoad SR20 SR200SRA1A SR200SRA1A SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SR212BeachBoulevard SR23FirstCoastExpressway SR23FirstCoastExpressway SR243JIANorthAccessRoad SR9B SR9B

Facility

 Table2Ͳ11.MajorProjectswithConstructionFundsCommitted 973 504 50 51 42 43 3021 502 44 45 3003 27 3045 5 3016 13 64 66 3018 55 53 970 3019 40 105 3004 3005 3012 3014 3015 3017 422 38 39 966 32 33 34 3008 18 17 6 126 3002

ID

From SR200SRA1A SR100 CR209RussellRoad CR218 CR121 OldAlabamaTrail RAILEX SR19 SR10AtlanticBoulevard AshleyMelisse SR100 US17RooseveltBoulevard SR23FirstCoastExpressway SR9B SR134103rdStreet atIͲ295/SR9ANorth atSR102AirportRoad atOldSt.AugustineRoad MurrheeRoad AlachuaCountyLine GreenlandRoad/LorettoRoad YoungermanCircle SR243JIANorthAccessRoad US17 SR115ArlingtonExpressway CR121BrandyBranchRoad CR119OtisRoad BartramDrive DeercreekClubRoad atFirestoneRoad FreedomCommerceParkway AlachuaCountyLine StillQuartersRoad RubinLane SR115SouthsideBoulevard CR218 BrananFieldRoad CR220LongBayRoad F.O.P.Way ArgyleForestBoulevard ClayCountyLine SR102AirportRoad US1PhilipsHighway CR2209 2Ͳ36

BlackCreek OldJenningsRoad AllieMurrayRoad RyarRoad IͲ10 ArgyleForestBoulevar PecanParkRoad IͲ95 DuvalCountyLine

CountryDaySchoolDrive SW56thAvenue RubinLane CR107ScottRoad

CeseryBoulevard

KingsFerryRoad CR21 IͲ295 CollinsRoad IͲ95 MinorRoad MonumentRoad

MountRoyalAve AshleyMelisse WonderwoodDrive TinsleyRoad SanMarcoAvenue US90 SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard FirestoneRoad Phase2

GreenPineRoad US17 KnightBoxxRoad CR220DoctorsInletRoad OldAlabamaTrail US301SR200

To AddLanesandReconstruct Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes RoadReconstruction RoadReconstruction RailCapacityProject RoadReconstruction Widento5Lanes Widento3Lanes NewRoadConstruction InterchangeImprovement InterchangeImprovement Add4ExpressLanes InterchangeImprovement InterchangeRamp(New) InterchangeImprovement InterchangeImprovement RoadReconstruction Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes NewRoadConstruction IntersectionImprovement AddRightTurnLane(s) AddRightTurnLane(s) IntersectionImprovement IntersectionImprovement IntersectionImprovement IntersectionImprovement AddLanesandReconstruct AddLanesandReconstruct AddLanesandReconstruct InterchangeImprovement AddLanesandReconstruct AddLanesandReconstruct AddLanesandReconstruct IntersectionImprovement New4ͲLaneRoadConstruction Widento6LaneLimitedAccessTollRoad NewRoadConstruction NewRoadConstruction NewRoadConstruction

Improvement

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Nassau Putnam Clay Clay Nassau Nassau Duval Putnam Duval Duval Putnam Duval Duval Duval Duval Duval Duval Duval Nassau Putnam Duval Duval Duval Nassau Duval Duval Duval Duval Duval Duval Duval Putnam Nassau Nassau Duval Clay Clay Clay Duval Clay/Duval Clay/Duval Duval Duval St.Johns

County CST CST CST CST CST CST CAP CST CST CST CST DSB CST CST CST DSB CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST DSB DSB CST DSB CST

FundSource Phase FDOT FDOT FDOT Clay FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT DuvalLOGT DuvalLOGT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT DuvalLOGT DuvalLOGT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT

2018 2016 2015 2018 2015 2015 2015 2015 2018 2018 2015 2016 2018 2015 2017 2017 2018 2018 2017 2017 2018 2018 2016 2016 2017 2018 2018 2019 2017 2017 2018 2019 2016 2018 2018 2019 2017 2019 2018 2015 2015 2018 2015 2015

FiscalYear

$10.30 $0.78 $0.81 $0.00 $0.29 $3.38 $1.14 $2.25 $5.74 $7.36 $1.26 $118.77 $48.10 $103.35 $6.90 $165.02 $6.60 $0.90 $3.64 $1.91 $0.60 $5.00 $11.83 $0.24 $6.84 $0.40 $0.19 $3.77 $0.52 $2.20 $6.72 $54.35 $0.65 $32.54 $1.83 $9.23 $15.28 $19.77 $5.41 $12.61 $7.21 $17.20 $95.43 $111.37

Amount


ID

From 126 SouthofSR9A 54 HorseLandingRoad 23 SouthofBaldwin

Facility

14F19F21F21F

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3F18F20F20F



 14 CAPrepresentscapitalimprovements. 15 2035CostFeasiblePlanProject#B 16 2035CostFeasiblePlanProject#D

Clay CR218 MimosaAvenue  PineAvenue OldFlemingGroveRoad Duval FECRailway RAILEX  NorthFirstCoastFlyer15 DowntownJacksonville(DuvalCounty)   SherryDrive AtlanticBeachElementary  SoutheastFirstCoastFlyer 16 DowntownJacksonville(DuvalCounty)  SR10AtlanticBoulevard IntracoastalWaterwayBridge  SR115ArlingtonExpressway ServiceRoads  TimuquanTrail KingsleyConnector Nassau BaileyandSimmonsRoad SportsComplex Putnam MainStreet JunctionRoad  St.JohnsAvenue SportsComplex St.Johns RiverSeaLoopTrail   SR13 HolleyBerryLane  SR207 ArmstrongTrailHeads   HastingsTrailHeads Total   Note:AllCostFeasiblePlanprojectnumberreferencesareasshownintheplansummarybrochure.

County

Table2Ͳ12.MajorBicycle,PedestrianandTransitProjectswithConstructionFundingCommitted

SR9B US17SR15 US301SR200 

Facility

Table2Ͳ11.MajorProjectswithConstructionFundsCommitted

SR21BlandingBoulevard RaggedyPointRoad  IͲ295  AvenuesMall    FletcherAvenue EndofExistingTrail SR19  RobertsRoad   

To

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Improvement NewRoadConstruction Widento4Lanes New4LaneRoadwayͲ BaldwinBypass

BikePathTrail Sidewalk RailCapacity BusRapidTransit Sidewalk BusRapidTransit Sidewalk Sidewalk BikePathTrail Sidewalk BikePathTrail BikePathTrail BikePathTrail Sidewalk BikePathTrail BikePathTrail

Improvement

IͲ95 BoundaryRoadinSanMateo NorthofBaldwin

To

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12F17F19F19F

CST CST CAP 14 CAP CST CAP CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST

2015 2017 2015 2016 2019 2016 2017 2017 2016 2018 2016 2019 2019 2014 2015 2015

FirstYear

2015 2015 2017

FiscalYear

FDOT FDOT FDOT JacksonvilleTransportationAuthority FDOT JacksonvilleTransportationAuthority FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT 

DSB CST CST

FundSource Phase FDOT FDOT FDOT

Phase FundSource

Duval Putnam Duval

County

$0.74 $1.30 $1.14 $33.50 $0.45 $23.80 $1.20 $0.30 $2.00 $1.30 $0.77 $0.75 $0.95 $0.15 $0.32 $0.37 $69.04

Amount

$0.05 $17.65 $37.18

Amount


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TRAVELDEMANDFORECASTING  P LANNINGTOADDRESSNOTONLYOURCURRENTNEEDSBUTTHENEEDSOFTHEFUTUREISINTEGRAL TOTHESUCCESSOFTHEPLANNINGPROCESS . modeledathigherlevelsofdemographic,spatialand temporalresolutionthanhasbeenpossiblewithtripͲ basedmodelingsystems.DaySimlinksactivitiesandtrips throughtours(tripchains),andlinkstoursthroughday patterns.ThisequipstheNorthFloridaTPOwiththe abilitytorespondtocomplexquestionsinvolvingimpacts ofplansonspecificdemographicsubͲgroupsand geographicunits,considerationofdifferentvaluesof timefortollinganalysis,andshiftsindemandbytimeof day,allthewhileaccountingforthelinkageswithina tourandacrossaday.NERPMͲABalsousesparcelͲlevel landusedataasaninputtocreateaccessibilityͲrelated variables,providingthepotentialtomakebetter predictionsoftheimpactsoflargeͲscalelanduse changes,suchasdevelopmentsofregionalimpact.

MODELFRAMEWORK TheNortheastRegionalPlanningModel:ActivityͲBased (NERPMͲAB)istheregiontraveldemandforecasting modelwasusedindevelopingthisplan.Themodelwas usedforforecastingfuturetransportationdemandand transportationsystemsanalysis.Themodelingprocess andsocioͲeconomicdataforecastingprocessare discussedingreaterdetailinthefollowing ƒ ƒ ƒ

TechnicalMemorandum#3–SocioEconomic DataForecasts TechnicalMemorandum#4–ModelValidation andCalibration TechnicalMemorandum#5–FreightModeling 

DaySimisapersonͲdayactivityandtravelsimulator, whichistheonlyactivityͲbasedcomponentofthe NERPMͲABmodel.DaySimaccountsforalltravelby residentsoftheregion.Thesimulationoccursatthe personlevel,sotheprimaryoutputsofDaySimrelateto

NERPMͲABrepresentsaparadigmshifttowardsamore disaggregatemodelingapproachinwhichtheactivityͲ travelpatternsofindividualhouseholdsandpersonsare 2Ͳ39 


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personaltravelforwork,school,social/recreational,and othernonͲworkpurposes.Thetruckandfreightmodel includesalltripsmadefortransportationofgoodsand servicesandincludesaJacksonvilleareaPortModel.The externaltripsmodelincludesbothinternalͲexternal(trips madebyregionresidentstopointsoutsidetheregion), externalͲinternal(tripsmadebyresidentsfromoutside theregiontopointswithintheregion),andthroughtrips. Allofthemodecomponentsusethetrafficanalysiszone systemandareadaptedfrompreviousNERPMtripͲbased models.TripsfromallthesubͲmodelsareaggregated andfactoredtocreatetriptables,whicharethen assignedtothehighwayandtransitnetworks.

 Themodelcomponentswereintegratedintoasingle packagewithintheCitilabs®Cubetraveldemand modelingsystem,usingtheCubeCataloggraphicuser interface.

MARKETSEGMENTATION TheNERPMͲABmodelingsystemcoversregionallandͲ basedtravel,segmentedbyfourprimarymarkets: ƒ ƒ

Residenttravelinternaltothemodelingregion. NonͲresident/visitortravelinternaltothemodeling region. ƒ ResidentandnonͲresident/visitortravelinvolving tripspassingthroughtheregion,butwithatleast oneendoutsidetheregion. ƒ Commercialvehicletravelinternaltothemodeling region.  TheDaySimmodelcoversallhouseholdresidenttravel withintheregionforthefollowingmarketsegments.

MODELCOMPONENTS NERPMͲABiscomposedofmanydifferentmodel components.Thefollowingactivitieswereperformed: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

ƒ

ƒ

ƒ

ƒ

ƒ ƒ

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Developasyntheticpopulationofresidentslivingin householdsandgroupquarters. Developemploymentbyindustrygroup. DevelopaparcelͲbasedlandusedatabase. SpecifyparametersforactivityͲbasedresidential demandmodels,coveringtravelwithintheregion. DevelopcalibrationtargetvaluesforactivityͲbased modelcomponents,usingNationalHousehold TransportationSurveydata,USCensusAmerican CommunitySurvey,andtheCensusTransportation PlanningPackage. IncorporateupdatedtriptablesrepresentingnonͲ residenttravelandresidenttravelwithexternaltrip ends(externalͲexternal,externalͲinternal,internalͲ external). IncorporateupdatedtruckͲtripgenerationand distributionmodelsfromtheFloridastatewide modelandfromportfacilities. IncorporatespecialgeneratorsforJacksonville InternationalAirportandforthetourismdistrictof St.Augustine. Incorporateanddevelopmentofupdatedhighway networkfiles,requiringrecodingofsomelink attributesandintersectionturningpenalties. Incorporateupdatedtransitroutefiles. Developnewhighwayassignmentproceduresand skimmingmethodsforfourtimeperiods(AMpeak, midday,PMpeak,andeveningoffͲpeak),aswellas summariesforfullͲdayanalysis. Incorporateupdatedtrafficcountdata. DevelopnewspeedͲfeedbackproceduresand closurecriteria.

ƒ ƒ ƒ

Permanentresidentslivinginhouseholds. Permanentresidentslivingingroupquarters. Seasonalresidentslivingpartoftheyearinthe region,whoarepermanentresidentsofadifferent region.  DaySimdoesnotmodelvisitorstotheregion,suchas tourists,businesstravelersandnonͲresidentsvisiting familyandfriends.NordoesDaySimmodeltravelby personswholiveexternaltothemodelingarea,butwho maycommuteinandoutoftheregionforworkor school,orwhocometotheregionforshopping, recreationorotherpersonalbusiness.However, adjustmentsweremadetothemodeltoaccountfor thesetravelpatterns. Commonspecialgenerators,suchashospitals,shopping mallsandmilitaryinstallationsarecoveredbythe residenttravelmodelslistedabove.Twospecial generatorswereretainedinNERPMͲAB:(1)Jacksonville InternationalAirport(15,000dailytripends,derived fromairlineenplanements);and(2)St.Augustine’s historiccenter(2,288dailytripends,derivedfromhotel andmotelrooms).Bothofthesespecialgenerators representconcentrationsofintensevisitortraffic,which arenotcoveredbyDaySim. DaySimassumesthataportionofthejobswithinthe regionwillbefilledbyworkerswholiveoutsidethe region.Toaccommodatethismarket,externalͲinternal 2Ͳ40




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worktripsarefixedforworkplacedestinations,thereby reducingtheavailabilityofthosejobsforworkersliving withintheregion.Theusualworkplacelocationchoiceis affectedbyDaySim’sshadowͲpricingmechanism,which comparesthetotalemploymentwithineachzonetothe numberofworkplacelocationspredictedforeachzone andadjuststheattractivenessofthatzonethrougha seriesofiterationstobalancejobsupplywithworker demand.TrialͲandͲerrorrevealedthatatenͲiteration approachtoshadowͲpricingforemploymentyieldedthe bestresults.

 TheDaySimmodelcalibrationcomponentsconsistedof ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ  Thecalibrationprocessmetorexceedsallofthe calibrationstandardsestablishedundertheFlorida StandardUrbanTransportationModelingguidelinesand showedasignificantimprovementoverthepriortripͲ basedmodels.

MODELYEARS Thefollowingmodelscenariosweredevelopedaspartof theplanningprocess. ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

2010BaseYear 2030InterimYearCostFeasiblePlan 2040ExistingPlusCommitted 2040NeedsPlan 2040CostFeasiblePlan

Themodelcalibrationprocessresultsaredocumentedin greaterdetailinTechnicalMemorandum#4–Model ValidationandCalibration.

TIMEOFDAY



ConsistencywiththemodeldesignofDaySim necessitatedthedevelopmentofseparatehighway networkassignmentandskimmingprocessesforfour timeͲperiodsoftheday: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

AMpeak(6:00Ͳ8:59) Middayoffpeak(9:00Ͳ3:59) PMpeak(4:00Ͳ6:59) Eveningoffpeak(7:00Ͳ5:59)  ThesefourtimeͲperiodͲbasedassignmentsarerun individually,producingaloadednetworkforeachperiod. Attheendoftheprocess,anewscriptisthenrunto combineallfourtimeperiodsintoasingledaily assignmentoutput,representinga24Ͳhourtravelperiod.

MODELCALIBRATION Modelcalibrationistheprocessofapplyingthe estimatedmodels,comparingtheresultstoobserved values,andadjustingeitherthemodelspecificationor thealternativespecificconstants.Theprocessis complicatedbythefactthatthevariousmodel componentsinDaySimarenotisolated.  2Ͳ41 

Usuallocationchoicemodels UsualschoollocationsubͲmodel Autoownership Daypatternmodels MainͲpatternmodel Exactnumberoftoursmodel NumberandpurposeofworkͲbasedsubͲtours model Numberandpurposeofintermediatestops NonͲmandatorytourdestinationchoice Tourmodechoice  TimeͲofͲdaychoicemodel




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FUTURELANDUSEALTERNATIVES



AspartofpreparingtheNERPMͲAB,thedevelopmentof landusescenariosandforecastingoflandusewithinthe regionataparcellevelwasrequired.

PopulationforecastswerebasedontheBureauof EconomicandBusinessResearchmediumscenarioand wereusedascontroltotalsatthecountyͲlevel.

Duringthedevelopmentofthebaseyearmodel households,populationingroupquarters,school enrollmentandemploymentbymarketsectorwere assignedtoindividualparcelsforthesixcountyregion. Aspartofthisprocessvacantandunderdeveloped parcelswereidentified.Accordingtothe2010Census, 13percentor82,272ofthehousingunitswithinthesix countyregionarevacant.

Table2Ͳ13summarizesthepopulationforecaststhat wereprovidedbytheUniversityofFloridaBureauof EconomicandBusinessResearchandusedasthecontrol totalswithinthemodelingprocess. Analternatelandusescenariowasalsopreparedin cooperationwiththelocalgovernmentsthatchanged employmentbutnothousehold,schoolorgroupquarter landuses.Table2Ͳ14summarizesthechangein employmentbymarketsector.Table2Ͳ15summarizes schoolenrollment.

 





 Table2Ͳ13.NERPMͲABYear2010and2040PopulationandEmploymentControlTotals County Year2010 Year2040 Population Year2010 Year2040 Workers Populationliving Populationliving GrowthRate NERPMͲAB Estimated GrowthRate inHouseholds inHouseholds 2010Ͳ2040 TotalWorkers Workers* 2010Ͳ2040 Nassau 72,771 116,159 60% 24,126 39,586 64% Duval 844,293 1,050,684 24% 519,142 636,596 23% St.Johns 186,598 374,207 101% 61,714 155,227 152% Clay 189,614 314,010 66% 54,454 88,958 64% Baker 24,771 36,657 48% 7,396 13,860 87% Putnam 72,957 77,991 7% 25,148 28,051 21% Total 1,391,004 1,969,708 42% 691,980 962,278 39% *AveragebetweenBEA10yeargrowthrate(2000Ͳ2010)andNERPMͲABgrowthrateofpopulationyear2040. 



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Table2Ͳ14.EmploymentinTrendandAlternateLandUseScenarios EmploymentSectors

Year2010

Year2040 Trend

Alternate

Agriculture,Forestry,FishingandHunting

551 633

541

Mining,Quarrying,andOilandGasExtraction

276 315

271

Construction

39,403 45,140

38,677

Manufacturing

39,670 45,455

38,939

TransportationandWarehousing

24,412 27,982

23,962

104,312 119,525

102,390

376 433

369

WholesaleTrade

20,322 23,285

19,947

RetailTrade

61,371 70,362

60,240

AccommodationandFoodServices

38,919 44,615

38,202

IndustrialͲSubtotal Utilities

CommercialͲSubtotal

120,988 138,695

118,758

Information

13,882 17,836

17,848

FinanceandInsurance

41,546 53,425

53,416

RealEstateandRentalandLeasing

11,509 14,766

14,797

Professional,Scientific,andTechnicalServices

28,713 37,481

36,916

5,425 6,914

6,975

AdministrativeandSupportandWasteManagementandRemediationServices

35,270 45,319

45,347

EducationalServices

27,718 35,652

35,637

HealthCareandSocialAssistance

57,340 73,825

73,722

5,009 6,418

6,440

OtherServices(exceptPublicAdministration)

21,486 27,617

27,625

PublicAdministration

45,944 59,123

59,070

ServiceͲSubtotal

293,842 378,376

377,792

Total

519,142 636,596

584,940

ManagementofCompaniesandEnterprises

Arts,Entertainment,andRecreation

   Table2Ͳ15.Year2040SchoolEnrollmentProjectionsversusAgeGroupProjections County  Total Kindergartenthru8th 9thGradethru12th Universityand Grade Grade College Nassau 13,389 5,584 1,805 20,779 Duval 141,606 52,601 114,890 309,092 St.Johns 49,317 24,151 10,875 84,343 Clay 40,947 21,095 8,057 70,100 Baker 5,576 2,037 0 7,614 Putnam 9,757 3,339 9,014 22,108 Total 260,592 108,807 144,641 514,036

 

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NERPMͲABAgeGroups 5thru14 15thru17 Years Years 14,998 4,579 142,620 47,325 55,763 19,913 45,562 15,982 5,876 1,692 9,931 2,885 274,750 92,376


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Thefuturelandusemapsandapproveddevelopments receivedfromthelocalgovernmentswereusedto allocatehouseholdsandemploymenttotheparcellevel. Thegrowthwasallocatedtothevacantandunderutilized parcelsbeforenewdevelopmentwasconsidered consistentwiththedataprovidedbythelocalagencies.

REASONABLENESSCHECKSFOR FUTUREYEARMODELASSIGNMENTS Aspartofthedevelopmentofthemodel,reasonableness testswereperformedforthemodelcalibrationcriteria previouslydiscussed.Changestoscreenline,cutlineand cordonvolumesareshownFigure2Ͳ3.Acrosstheregion, thesevolumesexhibitremarkablyproportionalgrowth. Thatis,locationsthatcarriedlargervolumesin2010 seemtogrowproportionallyin2040.

Reasonablenesschecksontheprojectionsonparceldata includedevaluationofthenumberofhousingunits associatedwiththeresidentialdevelopmentsand reviewsofaerialphotographytoensurethatthe projectionscanactuallygeographicallyfitwithinthe parcelsandtrafficanalysiszones.Severalofthelocal governmentrequestedareductioninthevacancyrate, assumingitwashigherthanusualduetotheeconomic downturn. Thecharacteristicsoflandusesneededforapplying DaySimwasperformedattheparcellevelbythe PopulationGenerator(PopGen)program.Thisprogram synthesizesthepopulationtothecharacteristics identifiedintheCensusandPUMSdatasourcesand allocatesittoahousehold/parcelandindividuallevel.

TrafficvolumesontheStrategicIntermodalSystem,and particularlytheIͲ95corridor,areforecasttogrowfaster thaninmanyothercorridorswithoutinvestmentsinnew servicesorcapacity.St.JohnsCountyisexpectedtogrow fasterthantheothercountiesinthe2040scenarioand significantgrowthintrafficvolumesalongtheIͲ95 corridorsouthofJacksonvilleisanticipated.Growth resultingfromtheEastNassauCommunityPlanningArea alsoresultedinproportionallyhighergrowthalongthe IͲ95corridorthanothermajorscreenlineandcorridor locations.

Extensivecoordinationoccurredwiththelocal governmentsaspartofthisprocessandconcurrenceof thelanduseprojectionsandallocationswasachieved.

DEFICIENCYANALYSIS AdeficiencyanalysisusingtheNERPMͲABisdiscussedin thesectiontitledPlanAlternatives















  

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FREIGHTANDINTERMODALSYSTEMS F REIGHTAND I NTERMODAL S YSTEMSAREMAJORDRIVERSOFOURECONOMICGROWTHAND INVESTMENTSARENEEDEDFORUSTOBECOMPETITIVEINTHEFUTURE . marineterminalsatBlountIslandandDamesPointand railintermodalfacilitiesforCSXandNorfolkSouthern railroads.IͲ75,thenation’scentralspineconnecting Florida,southeasternandmidͲwesternstatesislocated 60milestothewestofourregion.NorthFloridaalso providestherailgatewayintoFlorida.NorfolkSouthern andFECrailroadshavetheirFloridaterminiinNorth Florida.CSX’sandFECbothmaintaintheircorporate headquartersinNorthFlorida.Genesee&WyomingInc., whichoperatesmajorshort–linerailroadsacrosstheUS andinAustralia,maintainsitsoperationsheadquartersin Jacksonville.

OVERVIEW Thissectionsummarizestheanalysisofthedemandfor freightandintermodalsystemswithintheregion.The intermodalsystemwaspreviouslydiscussedinPartOne ofthisreport.Theneedsthatresultedfromthisforecast offuturedemandarediscussedinPartThree.Additional detailisprovidedinTechnicalMemorandum#5–Freight Modeling.

CURRENTSITUATION



ThelevelofconnectivitytotheNorthFloridaregionisa significanteconomicadvantageforourregion.IͲ95 servesasthemajorhighwaygatewaytoFlorida’s19.5 millionpersons.IͲ10connectsourregionalonganeastͲ westroutetothesouthwest,westernstates,andPacific Ocean.Athirdinterstate,IͲ295servesasabeltway aroundJacksonvillethatconnectsbothofthese interstatesandprovidesdirectaccesstomajorJAXPORT

   

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NorthFloridaistheoriginordestinationoffreight movingoverroadwaysandrailwaysinFloridaandthe SoutheastU.S.



Thetotalshipmentsthatoriginatein,aredestinedfor,or travelthroughNorthFloridaaresummarizedinTable2Ͳ 16.ThisdataisbasedontheU.S.Departmentof Transportation’sFreightAnalysisFrameworkdata.





 

Thetoporiginsanddestinationsfortruckorrail shipmentsaresummarizedinTable2Ͳ17andTable2Ͳ18.



Table2Ͳ16.TotalTonsofCommodities(millionsoftonsperyear) OriginandDestination Truck Internaltoarea

34.9

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Total

0.0

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andisdestinedforlocationswithinFlorida andisdestinedforlocationsoutsideFlorida Isdestinedforthearea AndoriginatedfromwithinFlorida AndoriginatedfromoutsideFlorida Portrelated

18.5 8.0

0.2 0.6

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0.4 11.6 0.6

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Table2Ͳ17.TopandOriginsandDestinationsofTruckFreightPassingthroughNorthFlorida  ThroughOrigins ThroughDestinations  Locations TonnageMix Locations FloridaLocations PolkCounty 10% MiamiͲDadeCounty  MiamiͲDadeCounty 8% PolkCounty  HillsboroughCounty 7% HillsboroughCounty  PalmBeachCounty 4% OrangeCounty  BrowardCounty 4%  OrangeCounty 2%  OutofState Savannah,GA 13% NewYork,NY  NewYork,NY 5% Baltimore,MD  Baltimore,MD 4% Boston,MA  Charleston,WV 2% Philadelphia,PA  Savannah,GA OtherOrigins 39% Total 100% Total   2Ͳ48 

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Table2Ͳ18.TopOriginsandDestinationsofRailFreightPassingthroughNorthFlorida ThroughOrigins ThroughDestinations   Locations TonnageMix Locations FloridaLocations PolkCounty 7% PolkCounty HillsboroughCounty 5% OrangeCounty ManateeCounty 3% HillsboroughCounty MiamiͲDadeCounty 3% MiamiͲDadeCounty  MartinCounty

OutofState

Charleston,WV Lexington,KY Chicago,IL Atlanta,GA Birmingham,AL Macon,GA

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About4.7milliontonsofcargoexportedfromtheU.S. passesthroughtheregioneachyear.Ofthese,59percent ofthefreightoriginatedinoneofthetoptenmarkets summarizedinTable2Ͳ14orTable2Ͳ15.

TRUCKING About84percentofallfreightmovedwithintheregionis movedontrucks.NorthFloridahasalargeinternaltruck market(boththeoriginsandthedestinationsarewithin NorthFlorida).NorthFloridaroadwayshandle159.5 milliontonsoffreighteachyear.

Thecontainermarketis47percentoftheshipments. ThebalanceissplitbetweenbulkandbreakͲbulkcargo. About9.3milliontonsofinternationalcargoimportedto theUSpassthroughNorthFlorida.Domesticwaterborne cargoishandledatpublicandprivateterminalsinNorth Floridaand62percentofthetonnageispetroleumand petroleumproducts.

FreightoriginatinginNorthFloridathatismovedbytruck issplitbetweenbreakͲbulk,bulkandcontainerized commodities.About43percentofthefreightdestined forNorthFloridaisbulkcargowiththebalancesplit betweenbreakͲbulkandbulkcargo.

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Asignificantamountofcargoshippedbytruckinour regionisnotfromordestinedforNorthFloridatravels butisshippedtodestinationsincentralFloridaand southeastFlorida.About61percentofthethrough freighttravelingthroughNorthFloridaisbreakͲbulk cargo29percentisbulkand10percentisinacontainer.

MostoftherailcargoshippedinNorthFloridaoriginated outsideofFloridaandisconsumedwithinNorthFlorida.

AIRCARGO In2012,aircargooperatorsmovedmorethan0.75 milliontonsofaircargothroughJacksonville InternationalAirport.Thetypicalcommoditiesshipped byairarehighvalueandtimesensitive.Anemerging marketforaircargoisAsia.Thelargestgrowthinair cargoisanticipatedtobeexportsofFloridacitrus,Vidalia onions,peachesandfishfromtheCaribbean.Flowers fromColumbiaarethelargestimportgood.Aircargo deliveredonunderutilizedaircraftflyingtoAsia representsthegreatestrecentgrowthinaircargo.

PORTS About12.3milliontonsoffreightarehandledeachyear bytheportsinNorthFlorida.Thecargoincludesfreight thatisoriginatinginordestinedforthesixͲcountyregion andcargothatusestheportbutoriginatesorisdestined foranotherlocationintheUS. Internationalshipmentsaccountfor71percentofcargo handledbyNorthFloridaports.Over74percentofthe importsarefromtheCaribbeanorSouthAmerica.Of theseinternationalshipments,55percentisdestinedfor distributionandconsumptioninNorthFlorida.



CargoexportedthroughNorthFloridaportstotals4.9 milliontons.About75percentofthemarketistothe Caribbean.NorthFloridaisthelargestoriginfor internationalshipmentsthattravelthroughourports withan11percentmarketshare.Oftheexportsthat movethroughNorthFloridaports,80percentare containerized. Morethan70percentofthefreightoriginatinginNorth FloridaisexportedusingportsinNorthFlorida.This means30percentofthefreightisexportedthrougha portoutsideofNorthFlorida.Forexample,someofthe goodsproducedinNorthFloridaaredriventothePortof Savannahandexportedforconsumptioninother markets. 

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FUTUREFREIGHTDEMAND INTRODUCTION Freightforecastswereusedinthedevelopmentofthe truckmodelintheNERPMͲABandtoidentifypotential needsforfreightandintermodalinfrastructureto supporteconomicdevelopment.Themodelingupdate andfutureneedsarediscussedlaterinthisreport.

FORECASTINGMETHODOLOGY Historically,thedemandforfreightshipmentsandthe GrossDomesticProduct(GDP)andGrossStateProduct (GSP)theequivalentconsideringonlytheeconomic productivityinFlorida)arehighlycorrelated.Therefore, thefirststepindevelopingaforecastfortheregional freightmovementswastoforecasttheanticipated growthinGDPandGSPforFlorida.Thebasedforecasts areappropriateforestimatingthetotalmovementof commoditiesthatincludetripsthatareshippedbyrail andportintermodal. Figure2Ͳ4showsthebasisoftheforecastusedin continuousannualgrowthrates.Inthefigure,the acronymsusedarefortheCongressionalBudgetOffice (CBO),OrganizationforEconomicCooperationand Development(OECD)andTorontoDominionBank(TDB). ThehistoricalgrowthisshownasHISgrowth. Theaverageoftheforecastedgrowthratesshownonthe dashedlineshowthebasisoftheforecastsprovidedin thisreport.

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PORTINTERMODAL Theforecastofintermodalrailoriginatinganddestined forJAXPORTandPortofFernandinaFacilitiesisbasedon publishedhistorical20ͲftEquivalencyUnits(TEU)andrail intermodalmarketanalysis.

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Twolevelsofforecastswereprepared:amoderateanda moreaggressiveforecast.Themoderatesplitusesa growthfactorof1.25timestheGDPgrowthinfreight movements.Theaggressiveforecastusesafactorof 1.75timesGDP.Themoreaggressiveforecast anticipatesagreatershiftoffreightmovementsmoving byintermodalrailthanbytruckmovementstoday.

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Conservativeestimate:Assumesthattoday10 percentofthetotalTEUimportsandexportsare shippedviarail.Thisrateisincreasedby0.4percent annually. Highestimate:Assumesthattoday20percentof totalTEUimportsandexportsareshippedviarail. Thisrateisalsoincreasedby0.4percentannually. ThepercentofTEUsshippedviarailrangesfrom8 percentto18percentfortheconservativeestimate, or16percentto26percentforthehighestimate. TwoTEUforecastsfor“loadedcontainers”were developedfortheJacksonvilleandFernandinaports.

 InadditiontotheloadedTEUsthatareimportedand exported–emptyTEUsarealsomovedͲprimarilytothe JacksonvillePorts.ManyoftheTEU’sarefromthe Jacksonvillearea,butmanyalsotravelfromlocations beyondNorthFloridatoourports.

Table2Ͳ19showsasummaryofhistoricaldataas reportedbytheAmericanAssociationofPortAuthorities (AAPA)andthemoderateandaggressiveforecastsfor loadedcommoditiesinTEUs.

Thesehistoricaldatawereusedtoestimatethenumber ofimported,exportedandemptycontainerstraveling throughtheportsinNorthFlorida.Figures2Ͳ5thru2Ͳ9 onthefollowingpagessummarizetheforecasts.

FortheareasoutsidetheJacksonvillearea,twoforecast splitsweredevelopedforboththemoderateforecast andtheaggressiveforecast. 

   Table2Ͳ19.SummaryofTEUsforNorthFloridaPortFacilities(JAXPORTandPortofFernandina) TEUs 2009 2010 2011 ImportTEUs 139,653 162,645 174,174 ExportTEUs 376,044 436,172 444,526 TotalloadedTEU's 515,697 598,817 618,700 EmptyTEUs* 262,532 291,176 303,151 EmptiesaspercentofTotalLoaded 51% 49% 49% Average%past4years *Emptiesarenotdefinedasimportedorexported

   

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2009

2015

2018

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2024

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2013,618,500

2020,927,670

VickermanModerateForecast(LoadedTEUs Moderate Forecast(LoadedTEUsonly) only) VickermanAggressiveForecast(LoadedTEUs AggressiveForecast(LoadedTEUs only) only)

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2015

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ThemixoftheforecastedTEUsthattravelviarail,both toandfromNorthFlorida,aswellastoandfromareas outsideNorthFlorida,isbasedonU.S.Departmentof Transportation’sFreightAnalysisFrameworkpublished data.Theassumptionswiththemoderateand aggressiveforecastsvary. ƒ

Aggressiveforecast:Assumesthattoday20 percentoftotalTEUimportsandexportsare shippedviarail.Thisrateisalsoincreasedby 0.4percentannually.

 ThepercentofTEUsshippedviarailrangesfrom8 percentto18percentfortheconservativeestimate,or 16percentto26percentforthehighestimate.

Moderateforecast:Assumesthattoday10 percentofthetotalTEUimportsandexportsare shippedviarail.Thisrateisincreasedby0.4 percentannually

Table2Ͳ20summarizestherailintermodalforecasts. Figures2Ͳ10and2Ͳ11showthisinformationgraphically.



 

  Table2Ͳ20.SummaryofRailIntermodalForecasts

2040 2013 RailIntermodalTEUs IncrementalTEUsshippedviarail TEUsshippedoutsidethemetroarea TEUsshippedwithinthemetroarea TotalTEUs   

68,245 70,975 7,653



 

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2025,21,344

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2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 2021 2023 2025 2027 2029 2031 2033 2035 2037 2039

2013,7,653

2013,70,975

2013,68,245

TEUsshippedwithintheJacksonville Metroarea

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2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 2021 2023 2025 2027 2029 2031 2033 2035 2037 2039

2013,7,653

2013,70,975

2013,68,245

TEUsshippedwithintheJacksonville Metroarea

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IncrementalTEU'sshippedviaRail (ConservativeRatevs.HighRate)

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RAILCARLOAD Similartotherailintermodalgrowthforecast,railcarload movementsarealsoanticipatedtogrow.Thisgrowth willbelessthantheincreaseofrailintermodalbecause oftheanticipatedshiftbetweencarloadandintermodal andtheconsumptionorientationofthecarload shipmentswithintheseareas.Thisgrowthisanticipated tobe2.0percentto2.2percentperyearoragrowth factorof2.7.

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Afterestablishingthebaseyeartruckflows,growthrates wereforecastusinggrowthratesbasedonthefollowing assumptions.

TRUCKINTERMODALFORECASTS

GROWTHRATES

TRUCKTRIPSANDVOLUMES

Wheregrossdomesticproductishighlycorrelatedtothe overallgrowthincommoditymovements,population growthalsoservesasareasonablebasisforestimating thegrowthoftheinternalͲinternaltrucktrips.For externaltrucktripsthatremaininFloridatheforested populationgrowthinFloridawasused.Bothgrowth factorswerebasedontheUniversityofFlorida’sBureau ofEconomicandBusinessResearchmediumgrowth forecasts.ThesegrowthfactorsaresummarizedinTable 2Ͳ21.

Usingtheportandrailintermodalforecastsandexisting truckcountsattheentrancestothemajorintermodal facilities,aworksheetmodelwaspreparedtoestimate thetruckmovementsbetweeneachofthemajor intermodalfacilitieswithintheregion. Tobuildatrucktriptablebetweeneachoftheregional intermodalfacilities,thefollowingstepswereperformed. ƒ

Usingthemarketandinformationdeveloped throughthecargoandlogisticsdemandforecast,the ratiooftruckmovementsbetweenintermodal facilitieswasestimated. Externaltruckvolumeswereidentifiedatthemajor externalnodeswithintheNERPMͲAB.

Theexistingtruckvolumesattheentrancestothe intermodalfacilitieswereestimatedbasedonthe FDOTTrafficOnlinedatabase. 

 Table2Ͳ21.GrowthFactorsforTrucks  Internalgrowthfactorbasedonpopulationgrowth ExternalgrowthfactorbasedonpopulationgrowthinFlorida   

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Ananticipatedshiftintrucktorailintermodaltraffic basedonindustrytrendsisanticipatedtooccur.With thisshift,agrowthfactorof3.08wasusedtoreflectthe changeinrailintermodaldemandversustrucktrip growth.Thisshiftexplainingthebasisforthegrowth rateisdiscussedingreaterdetailintherailintermodal forecastingsection.

Thestatewidefreightdataisobtainedfromthe statewidefreightmodel,whilethefreightdata associatedwiththeportswithintheNERPMͲABareawas obtainedbyconductingastudyofthecommodityflows attheJacksonvilleandFernandinaports.IntheNERPMͲ AB,thedataassociatedwiththeportsislocatedinthe JAXPORTinputfile.

Inaddition,twomajorshiftsintruckmovements associatedwithintermodalshipmentswereassumed:

TheJAXPORTfiledistributestripstotheportsandthe intermodalfacilities.Tripsassociatedwiththeintermodal facilitiesaregeneratedbytheportbutalsobythe statewidefreightmodel.Themodeldistributesthetrips fromthesetwosourcesbasedonpercentages.These percentagesareplacedintheJAXPORTfile.Oneinput percentageisassociatedwitheachoftheintermodal facilities,whiletheotherpercentageresultsinthemodel calculatinghowmanyoftheporttripsgotothe intermodalfacilities.Thispercentagerepresentsthe distributionoftruckfreightvolumes(portandstatewide) amongthedifferentintermodalfacilities.Thetotal numberoffreighttripsassociatedwiththedifferent intermodalfacilitiesin2010and2040wereshownin Table2Ͳ22onthenextpage.

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Theopeningofanintermodalcontainertransfer facilitynearBlountIslandrequirestruckstoleave theportgatebytruck.Thesecontainersarethen shiftedtotherailnetworkforshortͲhaulmovement totheCSXIntermodalFacilityorlongͲhaul movementbyrail. Thedeliveryofcontainerstotheintermodal containertransferfacilitybytruckisanticipatedto besmallwithmostoftheregionalportͲrelated containershipmentsbeingdeliveredtotheCSX IntermodalFacility. NeithertheFECnorNorfolkSouthernrailroadsare anticipatedtousetheIntermodalContainerTransfer Facility. ThesecondDamesPointintermodalterminalis anticipatedtobeopenbytheyear2040and operatingnearcapacitysimilartotheexisting intermodalterminal.

Thesedatawereconvertedtopercentagestodistribute thefreighttrucktripstableswhicharethenaddedtoall theothertriptablesbythemodelandassignedtothe highwaynetwork. TheresultingtruckvolumesareshownonFigure2Ͳ10 and2Ͳ11.

 Table2Ͳ19summarizestheanticipatedintermodalͲ relatedtruckmovementsintheyear2040.

AIRCARGO FloridaTradeandLogisticStudy(2011)and2013Ͳ2043 FloridaandMetroForecastpublishedbytheUniversity ofCentralFloridaanticipatethataircargowithinthe regionwillincreaseby45percentbetweennowandthe year2040.Thisforecastwilllargelybedrivenby populationgrowthwithintheregion.Aircargoaccounts forlessthan1percentbyvolumeshippedintheregion, butmaybeashighas4percentofthetotalvalueof goods.

TRUCKMODELINTHENERPMͲAB Inadditiontoforecastingtheoverallgoodsmovement andintermodalshipmentswhichwereofparticular concernwithintheregion,thetruckcomponentofthe NERPMͲABwasupdated.Theseupdateswerebasedon datafromthefreightandintermodaldemandforecasts, statewidefreightmodelandthetruckmodelinthe NERPMͲAB. IntheNERPMͲABtherearethreetypesoffreightdata sources,(1)thestatewidefreightdataontheinterstate system,(2)thefreightdestinedtotheJacksonvilleand Fernandinaportswithinourstudyareaand(3)thetruck tripsthatarerelatedtodistributionofgoodsandservices withinourstudyarea.Thethirdgroupiscalculatedby themodelbasedonresidentialandemploymentinput data.

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Table2Ͳ22.SummaryofTruckModelInputs PortTerminal BlountIsland DamesPoint DamesPoint2 Total TrucksboundtoanintermodalfacilityatCSX,NorfolkSouthernorFEC. 



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FINANCIALRESOURCES P UTTINGOURINFRASTRUCTURETOWORKREQUIRESFINANCIALRESOURCESTOBUILD , OPERATEAND MAINTAINBOTHEXISTINGANDFUTUREFACILITIES .   Revenueswereforecastthroughtheyear2040.These revenueswillcomefromfederal,stateandlocalrevenue sourcesthatarecurrentlyauthorized.Nonewsourcesof revenuewereconsidered.WithinthePathForward LRTP,onlytherevenuesconsistentwiththefederal planningboundariesforClay,Duval,NassauandSt.Johns Countieswereconsidered.Allrevenuesshowninthis reportareinyearofexpenditurevalues.Alternative sourcesofrevenuewereconsideredandinclude ƒ ƒ

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Table2Ͳ23andTable2Ͳ24summarizetheestimated revenues.Operationsandmaintenancerevenuesare discussedinalatersectionofthisreport.Notall revenuesestimatedfortheplanwereusedtofund projectswithintheCostFeasiblePlan.InTable2Ͳ24the totalrevenuesestimatedduringtheplanningprocessfor localgovernmentsareshown.However,duringtheCost FeasiblePlandevelopment,localagenciesusedmore conservativeestimatesofrevenueinidentifyingtheir locallyͲfundedprojects.Theforecastspreparedaspartof theplanningprocessareshowntoprovideconsistency. Table2Ͳ25summarizesthefundingprogramsidentified intheplanbasedontheagencywiththeprimary decisionͲmakingauthorityusingtheadjustedlocal revenuesandsummarizestheallocationbymodeinthe CostFeasiblePlan.Additionaldetailontheforecasting methodologyisprovidedinTechnicalMemorandum#6– FinancialResourcesandthefederalandstaterevenue forecastsareprovidedinAppendixC.

Extensionofexistingtaxesthatarescheduledto retirewithinthehorizonoftheplan. Authorizingnewtaxestomaximizethepotentialfor revenuewithinthelegislativeauthorityofeach county. Alternativetaxessuchasvehiclemilestraveled taxes. Additionaltollrevenuesbeyondfacilitiescurrently plannedastollroads. 2Ͳ65




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Table2Ͳ23.FederalandStateRevenue FundProgram StrategicIntermodalSystem 17 OtherStateHighways 18 Turnpike/Tolls 19 TransportationManagementArea TransportationRegionalIncentiveProgram 20 TransportationAlternatives(TALU) 21 TransportationAlternatives(TALT) 22 StateandFederalTransit 23 FederalTransitAdministrationPassengerFerryGrant 24 StrategicIntermodalSystemMultimodal 25 FederalSeaportGrant 26 Total       2F2F

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2019Ͳ2020 $39.82 $122.33 $0.00 $28.80 $0.70 $2.80 $3.78 $63.07

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$338.65 $311.00 $1,376.45

2021Ͳ2025 $508.26 $273.13 $1,951.22 $77.44 $5.40 $7.10 $9.38 $174.11 $6.62 $220.42 $3,719.80

2026Ͳ2030 2031Ͳ2040 $874.16 $2,635.50 $284.40 $709.21 $0.00 $0.00 $83.98 $126.18 $5.39 $10.80 $7.10 $14.20 $9.38 $18.76 $171.98 $350.84  $313.60 $2,923.24  $2,026.49 $7,420.68

Total $4,057.74 $1,389.08 $1,951.22 $316.40 $22.29 $31.20 $41.30 $760.00 $6.62 $3,795.90 $311.00 $14,543.42

 17 TherevenueestimateprovidedbyFDOTof$3,880.96milliondoesnotincludePreliminaryEngineering(PE)phases.This totalincludesPreliminaryEngineering(PE)phasesasprogrammedintheCostFeasiblePlan. 18 TherevenueestimateprovidedbyFDOTof$1,162.50milliondoesnotincludePreliminaryEngineering(PE)phases.This totalincludesPEphasesasprogrammedintheCostFeasiblePlan. 19 TherevenueestimatewasprovidedbyFDOT. 20 ThesefundsaredistributedbyFDOTonadistrictwidebasis.Thetotalshownisadistrictwidetotal. 21 ThesefundsmayonlybeusedintheNorthFloridaTransportationManagementArea. 22 ThesefundsaredistributedbyFDOTonadistrictwidebasis.Thetotalshownisadistrictwidetotal. 23 Thefundsinclude$680.10millionoffederalandstatecapacityfundingfortheNorthFloridaTPOestimatedbyFDOTplus $79.90ofNewStartsfunding.Thefederalandstatecapacityfundsaredistributedonastatewideprioritybasis.TheNew StartsfundingisallocatedbytheFederalTransitAdministrationonacompetitivebasis.Atotalof$760.30millionofNew StartfundswasestimatedonastatewidebasisbyFDOT.TheseprogramsarenotshownintheFDOTAdoptedWork Program. 24 APassengerFerryProgramGrantwasauthorizedforcapacityimprovementsbutisnotobligated. 25 ThesefundsaredistributedbyFDOTonastatewidebasis.Thefundswereestimatedbyextrapolatingthecurrent statewidefundingthroughthehorizonoftheplananddevelopingareasonableestimateofthestatewidefundingthat wouldbeallocatedtoNorthFlorida.Thisestimateincludes$186.50millionofstatefundstomatchthefederal authorizationforSt.JohnsRiverDredging. 26 Authorizationwasapprovedinthe2014WaterResourcesandReformDevelopmentActbutisnotobligated.Inadditional to$311.00millionshown,$186.50millionisanticipatedtocomefromlocalsourcesand$186.50millionfromtheStrategic IntermodalSystemMultimodalprograms. 2Ͳ66 


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Table2Ͳ25.SummaryofFundingProgramsbyPrimaryDecisionͲMakingAuthority PrimaryDecisionͲ Program Roads MakingAuthority FDOT StrategicIntermodalSystem $4,057.74 FDOT Turnpike/Tolls $1,951.22 FDOT SISMultimodal  FDOTSubtotal $7,306.37 NorthFloridaTPO OtherStateHighways $1,297.42 NorthFloridaTPO TransportationManagementArea $268.75 NorthFloridaTPO TransportationAlternatives(TALU) NorthFloridaTPO TransportationAlternatives(TALT) NorthFloridaTPO TransportationRegionalIncentiveProgram(TRIP) $21.23 NorthFloridaTPO StateandFederalTransit  NorthFloridaTPOSubtotal $1,587.40 Local ClayCounty $236.88 Local DuvalCountyRoadCapacity $860.64 Local JAXPORT Local TransitLocalMatch Local DuvalCountySubtotal $860.64 Local NassauCounty $39.64 Local St.JohnsCounty $159.41  SubtotalLocal $1,296.58 FederalGrants FTAPassengerFerryGrant FederalGrants FederalSeaportGrant  FederalGrants $0.00  GrandTotal $8,892.93   

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ENVIRONMENTALCONSIDERATIONS L EVERAGINGRESOURCESTOENGAGEENVIRONMENTALSTAKEHOLDERSEARLYINTHEPLANNING PROCESSRESULTEDINTHEEFFECTIVESCREENINGOFPROJECTSANDANUNDERSTANDINGOFTHE POTENTIALENVIRONMENTALCONSEQUENCESOFMAJORPROJECTS .  

INTRODUCTION



FDOTAdoptedtheEfficientTransportationDecision MakingProcesstoassistagenciesinstreamliningthe environmentalreviewofprojects.Thefollowingis FDOT’ssummaryoftheprocess.

wasdevelopedbyusingamethodologyofrapid softwareprototyping,frequentuserfeedbackand flexiblearchitecturedesignedtoadapttothe EfficientTransportationDecisionMakingProcess. ThisresultedinaninternetͲaccessibleinteractive databaseandmappingapplicationwhichintegrates: ageoͲrelationaldatabaseofEfficientTransportation DecisionMakingProcess,over550environmental resourcegeographicinformationsystemsdata layers,anautomatedandstandardizedgeographic informationsystemsͲbasedenvironmentalscreening analysisapplication,andnumeroustoolsfordata entry,review,andreporting.

Florida’sEfficientTransportationDecisionMaking ProcesswasdevelopedinresponsetotheCongress' "EnvironmentalStreamlining"initiative, accomplishesmajortransportationprojectplanning withearlyandcontinuousagencyparticipation, efficientonlineelectronicallymanaged environmentalreviewandmeaningfuldispute resolutionmechanisms.EfficientTransportation DecisionMakingProcessiscarriedoutthroughthe useoftheEnvironmentalScreeningTool(EST).EST

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protectingandenhancingthenaturalenvironment," asestablishedforfederaltransportationprogramsin MovingAheadforProgressinthe21stCenturyAct (MAPͲ21).

ItisusedthroughouttheEfficientTransportation DecisionMakinProcessto: ƒ

Integratedatafrommultiplesourcesintoan easytouse,standardformat. ƒ Analyzetheeffectsofproposedprojectsonthe humanandnaturalenvironment. ƒ Communicateinformationeffectivelyamong EnvironmentalTechnicalAdvisoryTeam(ETAT) representativesandtothepublic. ƒ StoreandreportresultsoftheETATreview effectivelyandefficiently. ƒ Maintainprojectrecords,including commitmentsandresponses,throughoutthe projectlifecycle. StakeholdersinvolvedintheEfficientTransportation DecisionMakingProcessgenerallyinclude MetropolitanPlanningOrganizations (MPOs)/TransportationPlanningOrganizations (TPOs),countyandmunicipalgovernments,federal andstateagencies,NativeAmericantribes,andthe public.Tofacilitateintergovernmentalinteraction, eachFDOTDistricthasanEnvironmentalTechnical AdvisoryTeam(ETAT).TheETATincludes representativesfromMPOs/TPOs,stateandfederal agencies,andparticipatingNativeAmericanTribes. ETATmembersandthepublichavetheopportunity toprovideinputtotheFloridaDepartmentof Transportation(FDOT)regardingaproject'spotential effectsonthenatural,physical,cultural,and communityenvironmentthroughoutthePlanning phaseofprojectdelivery.Thesecommentshelpto determinethefeasibilityofaproposedproject;focus theissuestobeaddressedduringthePD&Ephase; allowforearlyidentificationofpotentialavoidance, minimization,andmitigationopportunities;and createproductsthatmaybeusedinthePD&Ephase topromoteefficiencyandconsistencyduringproject development.

TheEfficientTransportationDecisionMakingProcess iscomposedoftwoprojectscreeningevents: PlanningandProgramming.DuringthePlanning Screen,commentsreceivedfromtheETATmembers andthepublichelpFDOTandMPOs/TPOsto prioritizeproposedtransportationprojectsfortheir inclusionintheirCostFeasibleLongRange TransportationPlans(LRTPs).Duringthe ProgrammingScreen,qualifyingprojectsare reviewedwhenbeingconsideredforfundinginthe FDOTFiveͲYearWorkProgramorMPO TransportationImprovementProgram,orifalready funded,beforeadvancingtothePD&EPhase. CoordinationwiththeETATmembersisfacilitated throughtheEnvironmentalScreeningTool(EST),an InternetͲaccessibleinteractivedatabaseand mappingapplication.TheESTbringstogether resourceandprojectdatafrommultiplesourcesinto oneconsistentformat.Itprovidesquick, standardizedGeographicInformationSystem analyses,identifyingpotentialnatural,physical, cultural,andcommunityresourcespresentinthe projectarea.TheESTalsoallowstheETATmembers tocommentonthepotentialeffectsoftheproposed project.Projectinformationismadeavailabletothe publicthroughtheEfficientTransportationDecision MakingPublicAccessSite(https://etdmpub.flaͲ etat.org/est/).

SUMMARYOFEFFICIENT TRANSPORTATIONDECISION MAKINGPLANNINGSCREEN RESULTS

TheEfficientTransportationDecisionMakingProcess linkslanduse,transportation,andenvironmental resourceplanninginitiativesthroughearly interactiveagencyinvolvement.Italsoconnectsthe PlanningandPD&Ephasesbycarryingforward planningproducts,previousanalysesanddecisions supportingfuturetransportationdecisionsin subsequentphasesofprojectdevelopment. Furthermore,theEfficientTransportationDecision MakingProcessprovidesaplanningframeworkto supportthenationalgoalofEnvironmental Sustainability,whichseeks"toenhancethe performanceofthetransportationsystemwhile

AspartoftheEfficientTransportationDecisionMaking Process,eachoftheprojectsidentifiedintheNeedsPlan weresubmittedthroughtheplanningscreen.This processisshowninFigure2Ͳ12. Areportofthedataprovidedthroughtheplanning screenisprovidedinAppendixD.

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Basedonthepotentialenvironmentalimpactsof projects,twoprojectsidentifiedaspriorityprojectswere notincludedintheCostFeasiblePlanasaresultofthe identificationofpotentialfatalflawsduringthe environmentalscreeningprocessandpotential controversy. ƒ ƒ

theuseofmitigationbanksestablishedpursuanttothis part… Aspartoftheprogram,onanannualbasis,projectsthat areanticipatedtobeconstructedinthefirstthreeyears oftheTentativeWorkProgramaresubmittedwitha descriptionofthehabitatsandwetlandimpactsanda mitigationplandescribingwhichmitigationbankshallbe used.Afundingplanforthemitigationandthe commitmentsforthefundingofmitigationinpartnership withthewatermanagementdistrictarerequired.The watermanagementdistrictisthenresponsiblefor ensuringthatthemitigationrequirementsaremetin accordancewiththeplan.

SR313fromUS1toInternationalGolfParkway, WellsRoadExtensionfromSR21Blanding BoulevardtoArgyleForestBoulevard.

 PubliccommentsaresummarizedinTechnical Memorandum#1–PublicInvolvement.

Theapplicablemitigationbanksforthisregionareshown onFigure2Ͳ13.CreditsforimpactsbasedontheUniform MitigationAssessmentMethodmaybepurchasedfrom localagenciesaswell.

SYSTEMAPPROACHTOMITIGATION Themitigationofenvironmentalimpactsareaddressed intheFDOTProjectDevelopmentandEnvironment ManualwhichimplementstheNationalEnvironmental PolicyActof1969andrelatedlegislationforprojectsthat mayusefederalfundsorrequireafederalaction.These proceduresalsoapplytomajorprojectswherestate revenuesareused.

Themitigationofotherenvironmentalimpacts,suchas archeologicalandhistoricresourcesandnoiseare addressedintheFDOTProjectDevelopmentand EnvironmentManual. Specificprojectlevelmitigationrequirementsare determinedthroughtheEnvironmentalResourcePermit processadministeredbytheSt.JohnsRiverWater ManagementDistrict.

FDOTmaintainsawetlandmitigationplanwiththeSt. JohnsRiverWaterManagementDistrictthatis conductedonanannualbasisforprojectsintheFDOT’s AdoptedWorkProgram.Therequirementstobeaddress intheMitigationPlanareoutlinedinF.S.373.41337 MitigationRequirementsforSpecifiedTransportation Projects.

TheFDOTMitigationPlanandSt.JohnsRiverWater ManagementDistrictpermittingprocessareprovidedin AppendixE.

TheLegislaturerecognizedintheestablishmentofthis programthat“environmentalmitigationfortheimpactof transportationprojectsproposedbytheDepartmentof Transportationoratransportationauthoritycanbemore effectivelyachievedbyregional,longͲrangemitigation planningratherthanonaprojectͲbyͲprojectbasis.Itis theintentoftheLegislaturethatmitigationtooffsetthe adverseeffectsofthesetransportationprojectsbe fundedbytheDepartmentofTransportationandbe carriedoutbythewatermanagementdistricts,including

AIRQUALITY TheJacksonvilleurbanareaairshedisdesignatedasa maintenanceareainaccordancewithSection185Aof theCleanAirActAmendments.AssuchtheLRTPmay proceedrevisitingtheconformitydetermination requirementsinaccordancewiththeState ImplementationPlan.

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PUBLICINVOLVEMENT T HEINFORMATIONGATHEREDEARLYINTHEPLANNINGPROCESSTHROUGHPUBLICINVOLVEMENTIS ESSENTIALTOTHESUCCESSOFTHE LRTP.  W HENCOMBINEDWITHPLANNINGANDENGINEERING DATA , ITSETSTHEDIRECTIONFORTHEPLAN ' SDEVELOPMENT .  I TWILLTELLTHE N ORTH F LORIDA TPO WHATTHERESIDENTSOF N ORTH F LORIDACONSIDERIMPORTANTANDPLAYSASIGNIFICANT ROLEINESTABLISHINGTHETRANSPORTATIONGOALS . Thepublicinvolvementactivitiescarriedoutaspartof thisplanwereconductedtoinformandsolicitideasfrom thepublicabouttransportationneeds,alternativesand priorities.Theprogramelementsaredescribedfurther inthefollowingsections.

ThePathForward2040PublicInvolvementPlan containedastructuredprocesstoinformthepublicand interestedpartiesandsolicitedinputinidentifying transportationneedsandprioritizingprojects.Multiple methodswereusedtoengageandsolicitinputfromthe publicaspartoftheplanningprocess.



  

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PUBLICPERCEPTIONSSURVEY Asurveywasconductedonline,bylandlinetelephone andbymobilephoneamongresidentsofBaker,Clay, Duval,Nassau,Putnam,andSt.Johnscountiestoidentify opinionsontransportationissuesandneeds.Atotalof 759respondentsparticipatedinthesurvey.Thekey findingsarelistedbelow:

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Oftherespondentswhoworkoutsidethehome,92 percenttraveledtotheirjobsbyprivatecar,while threepercentrodethebus,twopercentparticipated inacarpool,andtheremainderwentbybicycle (onepercent),airplane(onepercent),walking(0.5 percent),orwerealwaysontheroad,such professionaltruckers(onepercent). Aboutsevenpercentofthecommuterssaidthatthe trafficontheirprimaryroadtoworkwas“always backedupfarbelowthespeedlimit,”and21percent saidtheirroadwas“usuallybelowthespeedlimit unlessthere’sbadweatheroranaccident.” Interstate10wasmostoftencitedas“alwaysbacked up,”by25percentofthepeoplewhousedit. Themeancommutingtimetoworkwas24minutes, andthemediancommutewas20minutes.These findingswereunchangedfromthe2008 transportationsurvey. About86percentofthecommutersreportedthat theircurrentcommutingtimewasacceptableto them,while14percentfoundit“unacceptable.”97 percentsaidtheywouldbewillingtoaccepta commuteupto30minutestowork. About17percentoftherespondentsreportedthat theyhadusedpublictransitinNorthFloridaduring thepastyear.Publictransitusewashighestamong respondentsage18to24,at36percent,andalso amongthosewithhouseholdincomesunder $25,000,at28percent. Amongthosewhousedpublictransportation,61 percentusedthebus,27percentusedatrolley,26 percentusedtheSkyway,and23percentusedavan orshuttleservice. MostresidentsofNorthFloridahaveusedpublic transitinanothercity:67percentsaidtheyhadused publictransitwhiletravelinginanothercity.Inthis case,therateofusageincreasedwithhousehold income,risingfromalowof43percentamongthose withhouseholdincomesbelow$25,000to81 percentamongthosewithhouseholdincomesof $150,000andover. Thosewhohadusedpublictransitinanothercity hadmostoftenusedabus(68percent),subway(62

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percent),commuterrail(35percent)orlightrail(28 percent). The“needforbettermasstransit”wasidentifiedby 22percentoftherespondentsasthemost importanttransportationissueinNorthFlorida. Fifteenpercentspecificallymentionedtheneedfor anexpandedbussystem,while13percentcalledfor anexpandedroadsystemand12percentmentioned theneedtoalleviatetrafficcongestioningeneral. Onlyoneofeightideasfortransportationwas deemeda“highpriority”byamajorityofthe respondents.“ProvidingsmoothͲflowingtrafficon localhighways”isahighpriorityfor72percentof therespondents,47percentplacedahighpriorityof “Providingconvenientpublictransitalternatives,” and37percentplacedahighpriorityon“Promoting theuseofalternativefuelsandvehicles.” Oftherespondents,28percentfeltthatpublic transitservicesinNorthFloridaareadequate,while 52percentsaidtheyarenotadequateand20 percentwere“notsure.”Thosewhosaidpublic transitisnotadequatewereinvitedtosuggestwhat theregionshoulddotoimproveit.36percentcalled for“morebuses”or“morebusroutes.”18percent suggestedusinglightrail,and13percentproposed expandingallofthepublictransitoptionsforgreater accessibility. PublicopinionwasdividedonthebestlongͲterm solutiontoreducingtrafficintheirarea.“Improving publictransit,”wassupportedby37percent.About 26percentfavored“developingcommunitieswhere peopledon’thavetodrivesomuch”and24percent advocated“buildingnewroads.”


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PROJECTWEBSITE



Thepathforward2040.comwebsiteincluded:

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Homepagewithnews,eventsandsocialmediafeed, overviewvideoandlinktoassetallocationgame ƒ Plandevelopmentoverviewwithnewsand frequentlyaskedquestions ƒ Projectlists,mapsanddocuments ƒ Publicinvolvementopportunitiesincludingtheasset allocationgame,onlinesurveyandsocialmedia ƒ Projectteamcontactinformation  FromSeptember2013toDecember2014thesitehad 4,527users,5,586sessionsand9,652pageͲviews.The mostpopularpagewas“GetInvolved”whichdetailed publicinvolvementopportunitiesincludingasurvey, assetallocationgame,meetingsandevents.Thesecond mostpopularpagewas“Resources”whichincluded projectlists,mapsandstudydocuments.

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Table2Ͳ28summarizestheprioritystrategiesand rankingsoftheparticipants.Figure2Ͳ16summarizethe reportedpriorities.Similartoothersourcesofinput, transitandbicycleandpedestrianimprovementswere thehighestrankedprioritiesfollowedbymaintainingour roadwaysandimprovingtrafficflow.

ASSETALLOCATIONGAME

InTable2Ͳ29andFigure2Ͳ17,whenthebudgetwas allocated,enhancingsafetyandwideningroadwayswere budgetedhigherthantransitorbicyclesandpedestrians.

ThePathForward2040websiteincludedalinktoan “assetallocationgame”wherevisitorscouldprovide input.Therewerefivescreensthataresummarizedin Table2Ͳ26whichsummarizesthegame.Theproject resultedin1,400visitorsand257personsprovided data. 35

Atotalof1,714datapointswereinputonthestrategies recommendedwithineachpriorityarea.Moremales thanfemalesresponded.Thehouseholdincomewas distributedtohigherincomebracketsthanexistwithin theregionwithaweightedaverageof$82,500versusa medianwagefortheregionof$42,400.Tenresponders wereinthelowincomebracketwithahouseholdincome oflessthan$10,000peryear.

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Figure2Ͳ14isamapofthelocationswhereusers identifiedprioritylocations.Table2Ͳ27isalegendfor themapindicatingthepriorityofthemapinputbycolor. Theinputreceivedfromuserspeakedaround placementsinMetroJacksonville.comanonline communityforumontransportation.Figure2Ͳ15 summarizesthenumberofvisitorswhouseofthe allocationgamebyperiod.

Table2Ͳ30summarizesthestrategiesrecommendedin theonͲlineallocationgame.Table2Ͳ31isasummaryof thedemographicsoftheparticipants. 





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Intheurbancore,transitwasidentifiedasthe highestpriorityinthecomments(29 comments).Thisistheconsistentwith commentsreceivedthroughothersources (publicperceptionsurvey,publicmeetings,etc.) Thenexthighestcommentwasrelatedto freightandportͲrelatedinvestments(8 comments). 


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Table2Ͳ26.OnͲlineAssetAllocationGame Screen Screen1–Welcome  Thefirstscreenprovidesabriefintroductiontotheproject.

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Screen2–PriorityRanking  Thesecondscreenaskedvisitorstoprioritizealistofprioritiesby movingtheirtopthreepriorities.Tenpresetprioritieswereprovided withanoptiontosuggestanotherpriority.  ƒ Investinports ƒ Enhancesafety ƒ Expandtransit ƒ Serveelderlyordisabled ƒ Servetrucking ƒ Alternativefuelinfrastructure ƒ Maintainroadsandbridges ƒ Enhancetrafficflow  ƒ Servebicyclesandpedestrians  ƒ Widenroads  Theopportunitytocommentabouttheprioritieswasalsoprovided andalinktoaninteractivemapprovidedforuserstoidentifyspecific locationswhereprojectsareneeded.Figure2Ͳ17andTable2Ͳ24 showsthelocationswhereprojectprioritieswerelocatedandthe levelofpriority.  Screen3–BudgetAllocation  Thethirdscreenaskedvisitorstoallocatebudgetamountsinten categories.Eachcategorycontainedexistingbudgetamountsthat reflectfederalandstatelimitationsoftheflexibilityoffunding programswithintheplan.Forexample,theStrategicIntermodal Systemsroadcapacityfundingcategoryinvestmentsareselectedby thestateandprovidedtotheNorthFloridaTPOforconcurrency.The visitors’taskwastoallocatetheportionofthebudgetthatwasnot alreadyallocated. 



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Table2Ͳ26.OnͲlineAssetAllocationGame Screen4–AdditionalQuestions  Thefourthscreenaskedvisitorstoprovidemoredetailedinputon thetypeofalternativestrategiestherespondentwouldrecommend ineachofthetenpriorityareas.Thiswasaccomplishedbyhaving visitorsrankasetofalternativesforeachcategory.Userscouldalso addcommentswithineachpriorityareadescribingeachalternative. 



Screen5–StayInvolved  Thelastscreenwasusedtogatherdemographicdataaboutvisitors andprovideadditionalprojectinformationforthosewhowishedto provideinformation.

 Table2Ͳ27.InteractivePriorityMapLegend Priority AlternativeFuelInfrastructure EnhanceSafety ExpandTransit InvestinPorts MaintainRoads/Bridges ServeBikesandPedestrians ServeElderly/Disabled WidenRoads 

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Table2Ͳ28.SummaryofPriorityStrategiesOnͲlineAllocationGame RankingPriority AlternativeFuelInfrastructure EnhanceSafety ExpandTransit InvestinPorts MaintainRoads/Bridges ServeBikesandPedestrians ServeElderly/Disabled ServeTrucking TrafficFlow WidenRoads  

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Figure 2-16. Reported Priorities in Asset Allocation Game

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Table2Ͳ30.SummaryofStrategiesfromOnͲlineAllocationGame Strategy AlternativeFuels Iwouldnotinvestinalternativefuels Incentivesforalternativefuelpurchases Incentivesforcompressednaturalgasstations Incentivesforelectronicvehiclestations EnhanceSafety Accessmanagement(reducingdrivewaysandclosingmedians) Improvingtrafficsignals(removing"permittedleftturnphases,etc.) Intersectionimprovements(addingturnlanes,etc.) ExpandTransit Commuterrail Enhancingbusservice Expandingbusservices Trolleyservices InvestinPorts Iwouldnotinvestinports Improverailaccesstoports Improvewateraccesstoports(dredging) ServeBicyclistsandPedestrians Constructbicyclelanes Constructpathsseparatefromtheroadway Constructsidewalks TrafficFlow Roadrangers Roadwaymessagesigns Trafficsignalcoordination WidenRoads Buildnewroads Constructorimproveintersectionsandinterchanges Widenexistingroadways Widenroadwayswithexpresslanes Total 

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Relative Rank 1.81 2.19 1.71 1.92 1.68 1.69 1.93 2.13 1.26 2.09 1.62 2.10 2.54 2.28 1.76 2.26 1.63 2.30 1.39 1.77 1.90 1.55 1.91 2.18 1.93 1.84 2.03 2.82 1.52 2.13 2.07 1.84


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Table2Ͳ31.SummaryofDemographicInformationfromOnͲlineAllocationGame Surveyitem Gender Female Male HouseholdIncome Lessthan$25,000 $25,000butlessthan$50,000 $50,000butlessthan$100,000 $100,000butlessthan$150,000 $150,000andover ResidentsinHousehold 1 2 3 4 5 Morethan5 NumberofDriversinHousehold 1 2 3 4 5 NumberofVehiclesinHousehold 1 2 3 4 5 WorkTripTravelModes Bike Bus Drive Mixofmodes CommuteDurations Lessthan10minutes Between10and30minutes Between30and60minutes Morethan1hour  

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SOCIALMEDIA

NEWSLETTERS

TheNorthFloridaTPO’sFacebookpageandTwitter accountwereusedtopoststudyupdates,meetings, eventsandinformation.Thepublicinvolvementteam posted72tweetsand100Facebookstatusesupdates generating7,110impressions.Facebookadvertisingwas usedtogeneratetraffictotheassetallocationgame December2013toFebruary2014resultingin136,967 impressionsand651clickstothesite.

Newslettersannouncingmeetingsandstudyupdates weredistributedtothecontactlistatthebeginningof thestudy,priortoeachroundofpublicmeetings.

OVERVIEWBROCHURE AnoverviewbrochurewascreatedtointroducetheLRTP updateprocessandparticipationopportunities.The completebrochurewasdistributedatmeetingsand eventsthroughoutthecourseoftheproject.

TwoPinterestboardsweredevelopedtoencourage input–“What’sYourVision?”and“Transportation Flashback.”Sixtypinswereplacedgeneratingover8,000 impressionspermonth.Themostpopularpin,“More bikepaths,please!”showedtheCherryCreekbikepath inDenverandwasreͲpinnedover50times.

  

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TheMetrojacksonville.comonlinenewspublicationand communityforumwasusedtosharearticlesaboutthe update,promotediscussionandobtaincomments.Each roundofpublicmeetingswaspromotedonthesite througheditorialarticlesandbanneradvertisingthat linkedtothepathforward2040.comsite.

OVERVIEWVIDEO AnoverviewvideowascreatedtoexplaintheLRTP process.Thevideowaspostedonthewebsiteandused forpresentations,meetingsandworkshops.Thevideo canbeviewedatwww.pathforward2040.com.

CALENDAR Apublicinvolvementcalendarwasdevelopedto scheduleanddocumentpresentations,groupmeetings, publicworkshopsandoutreacheventsthroughoutthe study.

CONTACTLIST Acontactlistofstakeholderswasdevelopedtoinclude electedofficials,agencypartners,transportationͲrelated organizations,businessandcivicgroups,neighborhood associations,environmentalgroups,organizations servingtheelderly,disabled,minorityandlowͲincome populations,meetingattendeesandinterestedparties whosignupviathewebsite.

Figure 2-18. Summary Brochure

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TRANSPORTATIONTOMORROW YOUTHOUTREACH

VISUALIZATIONTECHNIQUES Visualizationtechniquesarerequiredtocommunicate theplanningprocesstothepublic.Thevisualization techniquesemployedincluded:

Aspartofthe2014NationalEngineer’sWeekFutureCity Competition,120studentsinelementary,middleand highschoolthroughoutNorthFloridaimaginedtheir“city ofthefuture”.Thecompetitionengagesteamsof students,educatorsandmentorstopreparevision statements,writeresearchessays,usetheSimCity™ software,buildscalemodelswithrecycledmaterials,and presenttheirideasforcitiesofthefutureintheyear 2050.

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ClayCountyͲArgyleElementary DuvalCountyͲLeeHighSchool DuvalCountyͲWestviewKͲ8 NassauCountyͲYuleeMiddleSchool St.JohnsCountyͲFloridaSchoolfortheDeafand Blind  Individualsfromtransportationagenciesandconsulting firmsvolunteeredasmentors.

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Allocationgames–onͲlineandinteractive meetinggameswereusedtoengagethepublic inthevirtualorphysicalallocationofresources. Interactivemapforneeds–aspartoftheonͲ lineallocationgame,participantscouldlocate specificprojectneedsandaddcomments explainingtheirneeds. Temperaturecharts–aspartoftheNeedsPlan publicworkshopstemperaturechartswereused toexplainintensityandextentofcongestion andsafetychallenges. Maps,chartsandgraphs–presentationswere usedaspartofthepublicworkshopstoexplain thepurpose,intentandprocessusedinthe developmentoftheplan. Video–aprojectvideowaspreparedexplaining thecontextandplanningprocessused.

AGENCYMEETINGS

Theresultoftheprogramwaseducationontheroleof transportationinregionaldevelopment.Theparticipants identifiedawiderangeoffuturetechnologiesfortransit thatincludedtrains,hyperloops,gondolaandbusrapid transit.Livabilitywasalsoemphasizedaspartofseveral models.Figure2Ͳ19isanexampleoftheoneofthe physicalmodelsdevelopedbyYuleeMiddleSchool.

Atotalof109communitysmallgroup,steering committee,NorthFloridaTPOBoardorcommittees,or communityorganizationbriefingswereconductedduring theplanningprocess.Table2Ͳ32summarizesthese meetingsbyorganizationandifthemeetingwasa technicalmeetingorcitizensmeeting,andifthemeeting engagedorinvitedminorities,underservedpopulations orbusinesses.

STEERINGCOMMITTEE TheSteeringCommitteewasformedwith representativesfromtheTPOTechnicalCoordinating Committee,CitizensAdvisoryCommittee,Board, agencies,environmental,businessandcommunity groups.ThemembersoftheSteeringCommitteeare shownintheforwardtothisreportandincluded representativesfrom: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

 Figure 2-19. Example Future City Physical Model

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CareerSource Citizens Communityforum(MetroJacksonville) Electedofficials FloridaDepartmentofEnvironmentalProtection FDOT HealthPlanningCouncilofNortheastFlorida JacksonvilleAviationAuthority




22ͲFebͲ13 26ͲJunͲ13 9ͲJulͲ13 10ͲJulͲ13 11ͲJulͲ13 13ͲJulͲ13 15ͲJulͲ13 16ͲJulͲ13 16ͲJulͲ13 18ͲJulͲ13 22ͲJulͲ13 22ͲJulͲ13 23ͲJulͲ13 30ͲJulͲ13 31ͲJulͲ13 31ͲJulͲ13 2ͲAugͲ13 5ͲAugͲ13 6ͲAugͲ13 9ͲAugͲ13 9ͲAugͲ13 9ͲAugͲ13 12ͲAugͲ13 12ͲAugͲ13 13ͲAugͲ13 16ͲAugͲ13 16ͲAugͲ13 16ͲAugͲ13 25ͲAugͲ13 28ͲAugͲ13 5ͲSepͲ13 5ͲSepͲ13 9ͲSepͲ13 24ͲSepͲ13 1ͲOctͲ13 6ͲDecͲ13 17ͲDecͲ13 10ͲJanͲ14 14ͲJanͲ14 14ͲJanͲ14

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AgencyKickoffMeeting SteeringCommitteeMeeting#1 TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲBakerCounty TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussion–TownofOrangePark TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲClayCounty TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲNassauCounty TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussion–CityofSt.Augustine TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲFernandinaBeach TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲSt.JohnsCounty TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲPutnamCounty TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussion–CityofHastings TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲTownofMarineland TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲGreenCoveSprings Jax2035BicycleandPedestrianCommitteeoftheFloridaBicycleAssociation TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲCallahanCityHall TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussion–CityofJacksonville TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲTownofMacClenny TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲTownofPenneyFarms TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲSt.AugustineBeach TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲAtlanticBeach TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲJacksonvilleBeach TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲNeptuneBeach TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲTownofPomonaPark TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲTownofWelaka Jax2035BicycleandPedestrianCommitteeoftheFloridaBicycleAssociation TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲCrescentCity TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲInterlachen TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussion–CityofPalatka TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲTownofPenneyFarms TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussion–CityofYulee TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲBaldwin TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲKeystoneHeights TravelDemandModelGovernmentStaffDiscussionͲTownofGlenSt.Mary Jax2035BicycleandPedestrianCommitteeoftheFloridaBicycleAssociation Jax2035BicycleandPedestrianCommitteeoftheFloridaBicycleAssociation RegionalTransportationCommission Jax2035BicycleandPedestrianCommitteeoftheFloridaBicycleAssociation DataForecastsandNeedsTeleconferenceͲPutnamCounty DataForecastsandNeedsTeleconferenceͲClayCounty DataForecastsandNeedsTeleconferenceͲNassauCounty

Table2Ͳ32.MeetingSummary Date Region Region Baker Clay Clay Nassau St.Johns Nassau St.Johns Putnam St.Johns St.Johns Clay Regional Nassau Duval Baker Clay St.Johns Duval Duval Duval Putnam Putnam Regional Putnam Putnam Putnam Clay Nassau Duval Clay Baker Regional Regional Region Regional Putnam Clay Nassau

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DataForecastsandNeedsTeleconferenceͲSt.JohnsCounty RegionalTransportationCommission AmeliaIslandͲFernandinaBeachͲYuleeChamberGovernmentAffairsCommittee RegionalTransportationCommission NorthwestJacksonvilleSherriffShAdCoSafetyFair CityofJacksonvilleNorthCitizensPlanningAdvisoryCommittee NorthFloridaTPOBoardBriefing EmmanuelUnitedMethodistChurchͲPalatka SteeringCommitteeMeeting#2 NorthFloridaTPOCitizensAdvisoryCommitteeBriefing NorthFloridaTPOTechnicalCoordinatingCommitteeBriefing RegionalTransportationCommission NorthFloridaTPOBoardBriefing CityofJacksonvilleTEUCommitteeBriefing St.AugustineCityCommission WestAugustineCommunityRedevelopmentAssociation NeedsPlanPublicWorkshop–St.AugustineCityCommissionChambers NeedsPlanPublicWorkshop–ClayCountyThrasherͲHorneCenter BakerCountyCommissionBriefing ClayCountyCommissionBriefing NeedsPlanPublicWorkshop–BakerCountyCommissionChambers NassauCountyCommissionBriefing NeedsPlanPublicWorkshop–NassauCountyCommissionChambers NeedsPlanPublicWorkshop–DuvalCountyFloridaStateCollegeDeerwood NeedsPlanPublicWorkshop–PutnamCountyCommissionChambers TrinityUnitedMethodistChurchͲFernandinaShrimpFestival St.JohnsCountyCommissionBriefing SteeringCommitteeMeeting#3 NorthFloridaTPOCitizensAdvisoryCommitteeBriefing NorthFloridaTPOTechnicalCoordinatingCommitteeBriefing NationalTrainDay HealthyBakerͲBakerCountyHealthDepartment SpringfieldCommunityMeetingwithCongresswomanBrown RegionalTransportationCommission NorthFloridaTPOCitizensAdvisoryCommitteeBriefing NorthFloridaTPOTechnicalCoordinatingCommitteeBriefing RotaryClubofArlington LincolnvilleNeighborhoodAssociation CityofJacksonvilleNorthwestCitizensPlanningAdvisoryCommittee

Table2Ͳ32.MeetingSummary Date St.Johns Region Nassau Region Duval Duval Region Putnam Region Region Region Region Region Duval St.Johns St.Johns St.Johns Clay Baker Clay Baker Nassau Nassau Duval Putnam Nassau St.Johns Region Region Region Duval Baker Duval Region Region Region Duval St.Johns Duval

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RiverRegionHumanServicesCommunityReviewPanel SouthpointRotary SteeringCommitteeMeeting#4 SteeringCommitteeMeeting#5 NorthFloridaTPOCitizensAdvisoryCommitteeBriefing NorthFloridaTPOTechnicalCoordinatingCommitteeBriefing NorthFloridaTPOBoardBriefing SouthsideBusinessmen'sClub NorthFloridaTPOBoardBriefing AssociatedBuildersandContractorsWomen'sCouncil CostFeasiblePlanPublicWorkshopͲJacksonvilleMainLibrary CostFeasiblePlanPublicWorkshopͲFlemingIslandHighSchool CostFeasiblePlanPublicWorkshopͲAmericanBeachCommunityCenter CostFeasiblePlanPublicWorkshopͲBartramTrailLibrary CostFeasiblePlanPublicWorkshopͲJacksonvilleBeachCityHall RegionalTransportationCommission SteeringCommitteeMeeting#6 NorthFloridaTPOCitizensAdvisoryCommitteeBriefing NorthFloridaTPOTechnicalCoordinatingCommitteeBriefing ClaySoulFoodFestival NorthFloridaTPOBoardBriefing LogisticsAdvisoryGroup RegionalTransportationCommission CostFeasiblePlanPublicWorkshop–NorthFloridaTPOBoardRoom NorthFloridaTPOCitizensAdvisoryCommitteeBriefing NorthFloridaTPOTechnicalCoordinatingCommitteeBriefing PublicHearing–NorthFloridaTPOBoardRoom NorthFloridaTPOBoardBriefing LakeshoreAreaPreservationSociety RegionalTransportationCommission

Table2Ͳ32.MeetingSummary Date Duval Duval Region Region Region Region Region Duval Region Duval Duval Clay Nassau St.Johns Duval Region Region Region Region Clay Region Region Region Duval Region Region Region Region Duval Region

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JacksonvilleSherriff’sOffice JacksonvilleTransportationAuthority JAXPORT Localgovernments MayoClinic(healthcare) NationalParkService RegionalPlanningCommission RegionalTransportationCommission U.S.MarineCorps U.S.Navy WorkSource  ThesteeringcommitteemetsixtimesͲinJuneof2013, andMarch,May,June,AugustandOctoberof2014.

In2013,theFloridaLegislatureestablishedaRegional TransportationCommissionforthesixcountyregionof Baker,Clay,Duval,Nassau,PutnamandSt.Johns Counties.Thecommissionischargedwithdevelopinga regionalmultimodalcorridorsplanandidentifying fundingtosupportdeploymentsofregionalnature.As partoftheplanningprocess,briefingswereprovided throughouttheplanningprocessinDecemberof2013, January,February,March,April,May,Septemberand Octoberof2014.AttheDecember3,2014meeting,the commissionendorsedoftheplan.

TECHNICALCOORDINATINGCOMMITTEE

NEEDSPLANPUBLICWORKSHOPS

ThemembersoftheTechnicalCoordinatingCommittee aresummarizedintheForwardofthisreportandinclude representativesfrom:

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SixNeedsPlanpublicworkshopswereconductedinApril 2014.Oneworkshopwasconductedineachofthesix countiesparticipatingintheNeedsPlan.Apresentation wasprovidedduringtheworkshopsthatprovided:

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FDOT JacksonvilleAviationAuthority JacksonvilleSherriffOffice JAXPORT Localgovernments NationalParkService OceanHighwayandPortAuthority RegionalPlanningCommission RegionalTransportationCommission St.AugustineAirportAuthority U.S.Navy Utilities(JEAandClayCounty) WorkSource  BriefingsandworkshopswereprovidedtotheTechnical CoordinatingCommitteeinApril,May,June,August, OctoberandNovemberof2014.Thesemeetingsare publicallynoticedinaccordancewiththeNorthFlorida TPOpolicies.

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Overviewoftheplanningprocess Goalsandobjectives Summaryoftrendsandconditionsrelatedto populationgrowth ƒ Increasesincongestion ƒ Growthintransitridership ƒ Crashes ƒ Mapswereusedtoprovidevisualizationsofthe hotspotsforcongestionandsafety ƒ Opportunitiesforpublicinputthroughtheweb pageandallocationgame,commentcards duringtheworkshopandcontactinformation fortheNorthFloridaTPO  Examplesofthevisualizationtechniquesusedareshown inFigure2Ͳ20forsafetyhotspotsandFigure2Ͳ21for congestionhotspots.

CITIZENSADVISORYCOMMITTEE

Table2Ͳ33summarizesthepublicnotificationsforthe NeedsPlanandCostFeasiblePlanpublicworkshopsand theCostFeasiblePlanPublicHearing.

ThemembersoftheCitizensAdvisoryCommitteeare summarizedintheForwardofthisreport.Briefingsand workshopswereprovidedtotheCitizensAdvisory CommitteeinApril,May,June,August,Octoberand Novemberof2014.Thesemeetingsarepublicallynoticed inaccordancewiththeNorthFloridaTPOpolicies.

PARTICIPATION AsummaryoftheattendeesateachoftheNeedsPlan publicworkshopsaresummarizedinTable2Ͳ34.





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Table2Ͳ33.SummaryofPublicMeetingAdvertisements NeedsPlanWorkshops

Dates

Targeted Minorityor Underserved

NeedsPlanWorkshops:22ͲAprͲ14,23ͲAprͲ14,23ͲAprͲ14,24ͲAprͲ14,28ͲAprͲ14 FloridaTimesͲUnion

8ͲAprͲ14

St.AugustineRecord

8ͲAprͲ14

BakerCountyPress

10ͲAprͲ14

ClayToday

10ͲAprͲ14

FloridaStar

12ͲAprͲ14

EcoLatino

14ͲAprͲ14

FernandinaNewsLeader

16ͲAprͲ14

PalatkaDailyNews

22ͲAprͲ14

Radio ƒ WJBT93.3TheBeat(UrbanContemporary) ƒ WQIKFM99.9(Country) ƒ WSOLV1015FM(UrbanAdultContemporary) ƒ WJGHJackFM(ClassicHits) ƒ WNWWKissFM(PopContemporary) ƒ WFXJSportsRadioAM930(Sports) Metrojacksonville.combanner



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9ͲSepͲ14and16ͲSepͲ14

St.AugustineRecord

9ͲSepͲ14

Creekline (NorthwestSt.JohnsCounty) SouthsideNewsline (zipcode32256) BeachesLeader

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PonteVedraBeachLeader

11ͲSepͲ14

FernandinaNewsͲLeader

12ͲSepͲ14

ClayToday

11ͲSepͲ14

FloridaStar

13ͲSepͲ14

EcoLatinowebbanner

1ͲSepͲ14through30ͲSepͲ14

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10ͲSepͲ14

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8ͲSepͲ14through22ͲSepͲ14

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Table2Ͳ34.NeedsPlanWorkshopsAttendance Location BakerCounty–CommissionChambers ClayCountyͲThrasherͲHorneCenter DuvalCountyͲFSCJDeerwood NassauCounty–CommissionChambers PutnamCounty–CommissionChambers St.JohnsCountyͲSt.AugustineCityCommissionChambers Total AveragePerMeeting 

Attendance 15 20 8 9 9 43 104 17.3 

Duringtheworkshopsanallocationgamewasconducted usingtokensforparticipantstodeterminehowthey wouldinvesttheirresourcessimilartotheinteractive projectwebsite.Stationsfocusingonfivecategories– bicycleandpedestrian,roadcapacity,safetyandTSM&O, transitandfreightwereprovided.Eachstationincluded amapandlistofpotentialprojectsneeded,reference brochurespertainingtopreviousstudiesandatubefor thatcategory.Asattendeesarrived,theyweregivena handoutexplainingtheworkshopandapouchoften tokenstoplaceintubesateachofthefivestationsbased ontheirpreferences.

Table2Ͳ35providesasummaryoftheresultsofthe allocationgamethatwasconductedduringthemeetings. Thistableiscoloredsothattheareasthatreceivedthe greatestinterestarecodedgreenandtheleastarecoded brown. DuringthepublicmeetingsandbasedonfollowͲup correspondence(suchasemailsandphonecalls),155 commentswereprovided.Table2Ͳ36summarizesthe commentsbytopic.  



Table2Ͳ35.SummaryofNeedsPlanPublicWorkshopAllocationGame  Baker Clay Duval Nassau Putnam St.Johns Overall  

Transit

Bicyclesand Pedestrians

21% 25% 27% 26% 16% 40% 30%

RoadCapacity

10% 24% 36% 23% 14% 31% 25%

41% 26% 17% 9% 38% 15% 23%

Freight 20% 11% 8% 15% 30% 6% 12%

Safetyand TSM&O

Participants 36

7% 14% 13% 26% 3% 8% 10%



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Table2Ͳ36.SummaryofNeedsPlanPublicWorkshop Comments Topic Transit BicycleandPedestrian Road Freight Safety Miscellaneous TSM&O Contextsensitivesolutions Needforadditionalfunding Landuseandtransportationcoordination GrandTotal  AttendeesfromBaker,ClayandPutnamcountiesfavored roadcapacityprojectsastheirtoppriority.

Percent 69 29 22 12 12 3 3 2 2 1 155

45% 19% 14% 8% 8% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1% 100%

FollowingtheNeedsPlanworkshops,theNorthFlorida TPOreceivedcorrespondenceobjectingtothe constructionoftheSR313inthevicinityofTwelveMile Swamp.Becauseoftheenvironmentalfatalflawsand potentialforpubliccontroversyassociatedwiththis projectitwasremovedfromtheNeedsPlan.CR2209 fromSR16toSR9BwasalsoremovedfromtheNeeds Planbasedoverenvironmentalconcerns.

DuvalCountyattendeesselectedbicycleandpedestrian projectsastheirtoppriority,followedbytransit. St.JohnsandNassauparticipantsprioritizedtransitfirst, followedbybicycleandpedestrianprojects. Nassauparticipantsalsofeltequallystrongaboutsafety andTSM&Oprojects.



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Overall,therewasasignificantincreaseinsupportfor transitandbicycleandpedestrianprojectsfromprevious LRTPupdateswiththemeetingparticipants.

ClayCountyparticipantswerecloselydividedamong road,transitandbicycleandpedestrianprojects.






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COMPARISONOFPRIORITIES Whentheseresultsofthetelephonesurvey,onͲline allocationgameandthepublicmeetingallocationgame wereconsidered,theresultsareshowninFigure2Ͳ22 andTable2Ͳ37.

Similartothepublicmeetingparticipants,thetelephone surveyrespondentshadtransitasthehighestpriority. Roadcapacitywasthesecondprioritywithamuch higherprioritythanthepublicmeetingattendees.The telephonesurveyrespondersratedbicycleand pedestrianimprovementsasmuchlowerpriorities.

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Transit

Bicyclesand Pedestrians

Road Freight Capacity

PublicWorkshop OnͲlineAllocationGame

30% 25%

25% 23%

23% 32%

12% 10%

Safety and TSM&O 10% 11%

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2% 12%

45% 33%

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15% 11%

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 TheonͲlineallocationgamehadamuchhighallocation toroadcapacitythantheworkshopparticipants.Transit wasthesecondhighestpriority.

Themeetinglocationswithineachcountywereshiftedto reachnewgeographicanddemographicareas. Televisionadvertisingwasusedinsteadofradioforthe secondroundofmeetings,butpublicrelationseffort includedparticipationwithagencypartnersonpublic radiopublicaffairsprogramming.

AsshowninthesummaryininputprovidedinTable2Ͳ34, 39percentofrespondentsprioritizedtransit improvementsand33percentofrespondentsprioritized roadimprovements.Bicycleandpedestrian improvementscomparedsimilarlywithsafetyand TSM&Oimprovementsat12percentand11percent respectively.Freightinvestmentsreceivedthelowest priority.

PARTICIPATION AsummaryoftheattendeesateachoftheCostFeasible PlanworkshopsissummarizedinTable2Ͳ38andthe commentsbypriorityareaaresummarizedinTable2Ͳ39. DuvalCountyattendeescommentedthatamajorityof fundingwascommittedtoStrategicIntermodalSystem projectsversusotherdesiredprojectsfocusingontransit, bicycleandpedestrianimprovements.

COSTFEASIBLEPLANWORKSHOPS MEETINGFORMAT

ClayCountyattendeeswantedmoreinvestmentin roadwayinfrastructureaspartoftheStrategic IntermodalSystem.AdditionaloutreachtargetingClay Countyminoritycommunitiesshowedadesireformore transit.

FiveCostFeasiblePlanPublicWorkshopswereheld September16Ͳ22inClay,Duval,NassauandSt.Johns countiesandOctober28,2014inDuvalCounty.The meetingswereadvertisedvianewsletters,website posting,socialmediaandradiopublicaffairs programming.Notificationsalsoincludedgeneral circulation,localandminoritypublications,weband televisionadvertising.Thenotificationsaresummarized inTable2Ͳ33.Attendeesviewedmapsandlistsof proposedprojects.TheconsultantgaveaPowerPoint presentationexplainingthefundingandprojectselection process.

St.JohnsCountyattendeeshadconcernsabouttheSR23 FirstCoastExpresswayandShandsBridge. NassauCountyresidentsfocusedontheneedforbicycle, pedestrianandsafetyimprovements.

Table2Ͳ38.SummaryofAttendanceattheCostFeasiblePlanWorkshops Location St.JohnsCountyͲBartramTrailLibrary DuvalCountyͲJacksonvilleMainLibrary DuvalCountyͲJacksonvilleBeach ClayCountyͲFlemingIslandH.S.TeachCenter NassauCountyAmericanBeachCommunityCenter DuvalCountyͲNorthFloridaTPOBoardRoom Total AveragePerMeeting        2Ͳ98 

Attendance 16 28 6 11 32 1 94 15.6


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Table2Ͳ39.SummaryofCommentsDuringCost FeasiblePlanWorkshops Topic BicycleandPedestrian Transit Road Funding Environment GrandTotal 

Comments 39 23 18 12 1 90

USEOFPUBLICINPUTINTHE PLANNINGPROCESS Duringtheplanningprocessextensiveagencyand communityoutreachwasconducted.Duringboththe NeedsPlanandCostFeasiblePlanmeetings,significant interestinimprovingtransitandenhancedservicesfor bicyclesandpedestrianimprovementswereprovided. Duringtheprioritizationfunds,significantconsideration toadvancefundingfortransitandbicycleandpedestrian improvementsweremade. Table2Ͳ40onthenextpageshowstheallocationofthe totalfundingintheplantovariouscomponentsbasedon theprimarydecisionͲmakingauthority.Withthevarious fundingcategories,limitationsexistastohowthe fundingcanbeused. TheFDOThastheprimarydecisionͲmakingauthorityfor otherprogramswithconcurrencyoftheNorthFlorida TPOfor70percentoftherevenueestimatedintheplan. TheNorthFloridaTPOhasprimarydecisionͲmaking authoritywiththeconcurrencyofFHWAfor11percent oftherevenueandlocalgovernmentfundedprojects represent18percentoftheplan.  

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$0.00 $8,892.93

$860.64 $39.64 $159.41 $1,296.58

$1,587.40 $236.88 $860.64

$21.23

$6,008.96 $1,297.42 $268.75

$4,057.74 $1,951.22

Roads

$6.62 $2,397.16

$253.33 $6.62

$253.33 $253.33

$0.00

$760.00 $760.00

$1,377.21 $1,377.21

Transit

$302.93

$102.47 $1.98 $7.97 $124.27

$178.66 $11.84 $43.03

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$186.50

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$0.00

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Freight

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 Table4Ͳ20.ModalDistribution PrimaryDecisionͲ Program MakingAuthority FDOT StrategicIntermodalSystem FDOT Turnpike/Tolls FDOT SISMultimodal  FDOTSubtotal NorthFloridaTPO OtherStateHighways NorthFloridaTPO TransportationManagementArea NorthFloridaTPO TransportationAlternatives(TALU) NorthFloridaTPO TransportationAlternatives(TALT) NorthFloridaTPO TransportationRegionalIncentiveProgram(TRIP) NorthFloridaTPO StateandFederalTransit  NorthFloridaTPOSubtotal Local ClayCounty Local DuvalCountyRoadCapacity Local JAXPORT Local TransitLocalMatch Local DuvalCountySubtotal Local NassauCounty Local St.JohnsCounty  SubtotalLocal FederalGrants FTAPassengerFerryGrant FederalGrants FederalSeaportGrant  FederalGrants  GrandTotal  

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$4,057.74 $1,951.22 $3,383.31 $9,392.27 $1,389.08 $316.40 $31.20 $41.30 $22.29 $760.00 $2.560.27 $248.73 $963.11 $186.50 $253.33 $1,402.95 $41.63 $167.38 $1,860.68 $6.62 $311.00 $317.62 $14,130.82

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Withinthecontextofthesefundingprogramlimitations, Figure2Ͳ23summarizestheproportionoffunding allocatedbymodeinrelationtotheprioritiesprovided throughpublicinput.

Aftercoordinationwithlocalagenciesanddeliberations oftheplanalternatives,theNorthFloridaTPObelieves theplanmakesanappropriateallocationofresources consideringthepublicinputandtheproportionofthe needsidentifiedthroughtheplanningprocess.

Thischartshowsthatagreaterproportionofthetotal fundingisdedicatedtoroadprojectsthanothermodes ofinvestment.However,amuchsmallerpercentageof thetotalneedsforroadways(26percent)aremetthan withanyothermodeasshowninFigure2Ͳ24.

Additionaldetailontheneedsandprioritizationof projectsisidentifiedinPartThreeofthisreport.  

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StrategiesandEfforts

PUBLICHEARING

Aspartoftheplanningprocess,extensiveeffortswere madetoengageminorityandunderservedpopulations throughademographicanalysis,targetedoutreach, usingwebsiteswithinteractiveopportunitiestoprovide informationonneedsandpriorities,socialmedia, telephonesurveysandoutreachtoorganizationsand electedofficials.Theprocessandperformancemeasures deployedaresummarizedinthefollowingsections.

TheplanwasadoptedbytheNorthFloridaTPOBoardas partoftheNovember13,2014regularlyscheduledboard meeting.Aunanimousvotewasrecordedtoapprove theplan.

ENVIRONMENTALJUSTICEAND TITLEVI

IdentificationofMinorityandUnderserved Populations

ExecutiveOrder12898,signedbyPresidentClintonin February1994,directedallFederalagenciestomake environmentaljusticeakeypartofitsmissionby identifyingandaddressingtheimpactsofprograms, policies,andactivitiesonbothminorityandlowͲincome populations.

Thelocationsofminorityandunderservedpopulation communitieswereidentifiedusing2010Censusdataby censustract.Areaswithminorityorunderserved populationsof50percentormorewereidentifiedas communitiesforspecialconsideration.Thefollowing communitieswereidentified.

In1999,theU.S.DepartmentofTransportationissueda memorandumtoallfederallyͲfundedtransportation agencies,includingstateDOTsandMPO,andrequired suchagenciestocomplywithTitleVIandenvironmental justice.NotingthatissuesofTitleVIandenvironmental justicewereraisedbyconcernedcitizensprimarilyduring projectdevelopmentphasesofprojects,theU.S. DepartmentofTransportationurgedthatcompliancebe evaluatedasearlyaspossible,specifically,inthe planningstagesofthetransportationprocess.

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ThroughouttheLRTPstudyprocess,theprovisionsof environmentaljustice,asdefinedbytheFederalHighway Administration,werefollowedtoensureconsistency withenvironmentaljusticeandTitleVIoftheCivilRights Act.NorthFloridaTPOstaffandconsultantsmadeevery efforttoincludeallaffectedpartiesfromvaryingsocioͲ economicgroupstoensurethattheirinputwas consideredintheplanningprocess.Theplanning processwasalsoconductedincompliancewiththe followingrelatedlegislation ƒ

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 Regionalmapsshowingtheresultsofthisanalysisare providedinTechnicalMemorandum#1–Public Involvement.NosignificantpopulationsofAmerican IndianorNativeHawaiianwereidentifiedthroughthe mapping.

23CFR450.316,providinginterestedpartieswith reasonableopportunitiestobeinvolvedinthe metropolitantransportationplanningprocess. Chapter286,FloridaStatutes(FloridaSunshineLaw) requiringpublicaccesstogovernmentalmeetingsat thestateandlocallevelandrequiresmeetingsof boardsandcommissionstobeopentothepublic, adequatelynoticed,andrecordedviaminutes. 

OutreachEffortsandAnalysisofNeeds Multiplestrategieswereimplementedaspartofthe publicinvolvementprocesstoengagetheunderserved andminoritypopulationsassummarizedintheprior section.Theorganizationssolicitedforparticipationin theplanningprocessrelatedtominorityand underservedpopulationsaresummarizedinTable2Ͳ38.

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Lowincomehouseholdsmakinglessthan$25,000 peryear. Populationsgreaterthan65yearsold. Black:apersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheblack racialgroupsofAfrica. HispanicorLatino:apersonofMexican,Puerto Rican,Cuban,CentralorSouthAmerican,orother Spanishcultureororigin,regardlessofrace. AsianAmerican:apersonhavingoriginsinanyofthe originalpeoplesoftheFarEast,SoutheastAsiaor theIndiansubcontinent. AmericanIndianandAlaskanNative:apersonhaving originsinanyoftheoriginalpeopleofNorth America,SouthAmerica(includingCentralAmerica), andwhomaintainsculturalidentificationthrough tribalaffiliationorcommunityrecognition. NativeHawaiianandOtherPacificIslander:aperson havingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesof Hawaii,Guam,SamoaorotherPacificIslands.


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Table2Ͳ41.OrganizationsServingMinorityandUnderservedPopulations Organization LowIncome 100BlackMen  AbilityHousing AdultServicesDivision AsianAmericanChamberofCommerce  BakerCountyHealthDepartment z BetterLivingCommunityAssociation z CareerSourceofNortheastFlorida z CityofJacksonvilleCitizen’sPlanningAdvisoryCommittees z ClaraWhiteMission z ClayCountyCouncilonAging z ClaySoulFoodFestival  DestinedforaChange z DuvalCountyCouncilonAging  EdwardsWatersCollege(HistoricallyBlackUniversity) EmmanuelUnitedMethodistChurch z HabitatforHumanity z HealthPlanningCouncilofNorthFlorida JacksonvilleHousingAuthority z KnotsforKids z MayoClinic NassauCouncilonAging  NationalCouncilforNegroWomen  NortheastFloridaCommunityActionAgency z NortheastFloridaHealthyStartCoalition z NortheastFloridaVeteransCouncil z PalatkaHousingAuthority z SpringfieldCommunityMeeting z St.AugustineCouncilonAging  SummerHaven  UnitedWayofNortheastFlorida z WestSt.AugustineCommunityRedevelopmentAuthority z WorkSource z  



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AnalysisofInvestmentsRelatedtoMinority andUnderservedPopulations Thepublicinputreceivedfromminorityandunderserved populationsrelatedprimarilytotheneedformoremass transitandactivetransportationimprovements. SignificantinvestmentsareidentifiedintheCostFeasible Plantoaddresstheseneedsandapredominantamount ofthatinvestmentisoccurringinareaswhereminority andtheunderservedpopulationsexist.Nearly$2.4 billionoftransitinvestmentsand$303millioninactive transportationinvestmentswereadopted.The investmentsintheCostFeasiblePlanarediscussedin greaterdetailinPartThree.

EquityConsiderations Analysisoftheinvestmentsintransitandhighway investmentswasperformedrelativetothepredominant locationsofminorityandunderservedpopulations. Table2Ͳ39onthenextpagesummarizestheseareas,the targetedgroupandthemajorprojectswithinthatarea thatarefunded.

LanguageTranslation AccordingtotheU.S.Census2013AmericanCommunity SurveyoneͲyearestimate,onlytwopercentofthe householdsinClay,DuvalandSt.Johnscountiesare deemed“LimitedEnglishSpeakingHouseholds”withthe largestconcentrationbeingSpanishspeakinghouseholds at.8percent.Thepublicinvolvementmaterialswere producedinEnglishbuttranslationcapabilityinto SpanishorBrailleforthevisuallyimpairedwasavailable asrequested.Therewerenorequests.Thepublic involvementteamwillcontinuetomonitordemographic trendsandanecdotalexperiencewithintheTPOservice areaforlanguagetranslationasneeded. 

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Thepublicinvolvementprocessusedindevelopingthe planprovidedsignificantinputintotheneedstobe addressed,concernswithspecificprojectsthatwould resultincommunityimpactsandthestrategiesusedin theLRTP. Multipleoutreachanddatagatheractivitieswereusedto engagethepublicaspartoftheprocess: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

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committeeandtheNorthFloridaTPO’s committeesandboards. Freightshippersandfreighttransportation providersweresolicitedforparticipationaspart oftheoutreachprocess.Apresentationwas madetotheJacksonvilleChamberof Commerce’sLogisticsandAdvisoryGroupwhich involvedapproximately40representativesof beneficialcargooperators,overͲtheͲroad truckers,shippingcompaniesandrailroads, thirdpartylogisticsproviders,etc. InadditiontoattendingtheJacksonville ChamberofCommerce’sLogisticsandAdvisory Groupmeetings,NorfolkSouthernandCSX participatedinonesteeringcommittee. JAXPORT,theNassauCountyOceanHighway PortAuthority,JacksonvilleAviationAuthority andSt.AugustineAirportalsoparticipated throughtheNorthFloridaTPOBoardand committees. TheJacksonvilleTransportationAuthority participatedintheagencymeetingsandthe SunshineBusCompanyparticipatedthrough theirinvolvementintheRegional TransportationCommission. Militaryfreighttransportationproviderswere representedbytheU.SNavyAirStation Jacksonvilleonthesteeringcommitteeandthe NorthFloridaTPOBoard. Representativesofpedestrianandbicyclist organizationsparticipatedsuchastheNorth FloridaBicycleClubandtheBicycleand PedestrianCoordinatorfortheCityof Jacksonvilleparticipatedinsteeringcommittee andpublicworkshops.Significantdiscussion andfocusoninvestmentsinactive transportationsolutionswereadoptedaspart oftheplan. Representativesofthedisabledparticipated throughtheNorthFloridaTPOBoardand committees.Severalmembersofthedisabled communityattendedtheNeedsPlanandCost FeasiblePlanmeetingsintheurbancore. Neighborhoodassociationsandcommunity groupsweresolicitedthroughourcontactlist mailings. Businessandprofessionalgroupswereengaged throughpresentationstolocalcommunity organizationssuchasrotaryclubs,the JacksonvilleChamberandpublicworkshops. Electedofficialsandagencyrepresentatives wereengagedthroughtheNorthFloridaTPO Boardandcommittees,communityplanning


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groupsandbriefingstocommissionsonthe planningprocess.

JacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityplanstoimplement transitmobilityandenhancementprojectsthatwillserve manyoftheseareastoprovidegreatermobilityand accesstotransit.

 Atotalof109communitymeetings,publicworkshops andthepublichearingwereconductedaspartofthe project.

Theresultofthepublicinvolvementprocessreflected theneedsofthecommunitybalancedwiththeregional needsidentifiedintheplanningprocess.

Thesizeofthecontactdatabaseincreasedby53percent from653to1,000contactscomparedtothe2035LRTP. Thecontactdatabaseincludedgeographicallyand demographicallydiverseorganizations.Meeting advertisingincreasedfromseventoeightprint publications.Radiospotsincreasedandtelevision advertisingwasusedforthefirsttime.

 

Facebookadvertisingwasagainusedtodrivetraffic resultingin651clicksand136,967impressions. FacebookandTwitterpostswereusedinLRTPoutreach forthefirsttimewith72tweetsand100Facebook updatesgenerating7,110impressions.Finally,60pins onPinterestgeneratedover83,864impressionsinten months. Incomparisontothe2035LRTP,meetingattendance improvedwithanaverageof15permeetingto16per meeting. Thenumberofcommentssubmittedincreasedover500 percentfrom83forthe2035LRTPto500forthisupdate. Themajorthemesofthepublicinvolvementprocess werethattransitshouldbeamajorpriorityforfuture investmentswithintheregion.Dependingonthetypeof participation(throughtheallocationgameonͲline,the allocationgameinworkshopsorcommentsreceived duringthemeetingsorincorrespondence),road investmentandinvestmentinbicyclesandpedestrians alsoremainahighpriority. TheseprioritieswerereflectedindevelopingoftheCost FeasiblePlanbyallocatingfundingthroughwhichthe NorthFloridaTPOhastheprimarydecisionͲmaking authority.Whentheallocationfundstothetypesof improvementswereanalyzed,bicyclesandpedestrians arefundedwithasignificantlyhigherpercentofthe needsidentifiedthanforroadcapacityprojects.The resultsoftheplanningprocessresultedinfairand equitabledistributionbymode.Ananalysisofthe investmentsformajorprojectsinminorityor underservedpopulationswasalsoperformedandthe majorinvestmentsintheseareasconsistedoftransit improvementsforenhancedbusservice,busrapid transit,commuterrailandstreetcars.Inaddition,the 2Ͳ107 




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PLANALTERNATIVES C ONSIDERINGARANGEOFALTERNATIVESISNEEDEDTOMEETTHEDIVERSEMOBILITYNEEDSOF STAKEHOLDERSWITHINOURREGIONISANIMPORTANTPARTOFTHEPLANNINGPROCESS . Becauseofthelevelofvisioningandplanningthat occurredwithinthesestudies,theknownneedsgreatly exceededtheresourcesanticipatedtobeavailable. Buildingonthecommunityconsensusthatwasachieved, thedevelopmentoftheNeedsPlanbeganwithareview andconfirmationofthesestudies.Thefollowingsources wereusedtodefinetheneeds.

INTRODUCTION Thissectionsummarizestheprocessusedtodevelopthe NeedsPlanandCostFeasiblePlan.Theillustrative projectsandinterͲregionalprojectsconsideredinthe planningprocessarealsodiscussed.

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NEEDSPLAN TheNeedsPlanincludedasixcountyareaconsistingof Baker,Clay,Duval,Nassau,PutnamandSt.Johns counties.TheNeedsPlanisnotaprioritizedlistof projects,norisitconstrainedbyfinancialresources.

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FDOT’sStrategicIntermodalSystemsNeedsPlanand CostFeasiblePlan(includes1stFiveYearsand2nd FiveYears) FDOT’sAdoptedWorkProgram NorthFloridaTPOTransportationImprovement Program 2035EnvisionLongRangeTransportationPlan NorthFloridaTPOStrategicSafetyPlan NorthFloridaTPOITSMasterPlan NorthFloridaTPOCongestionManagementPlan


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NorthFloridaTPORegionalBicycleandPedestrian Plan FirstCoastRegionalGreenwaysandTrailsPlan NorthFloridaTPOFreight,LogisticsandIntermodal PlanningFrameworkPlan CityofJacksonvilleMobilityPlan LocalGovernmentComprehensivePlans CommittedDevelopmentProjectsProvidedbyLocal Governments Coordinationwithlocalgovernmentsand stakeholdersonadditionalneeds

WhenalternatelandusescenariosintheNeedsPlan wereevaluated,theamountoftravelwithinthenetwork increases.Thisgrowthintripsoccursprimarilyon portionsofthenetworkthatarelesscongested(demand tocapacityratiooflessthan0.8).Therewasareduction inthevehicleͲmilestraveledintheseverelycongested segmentsofthenetworkwiththealternatelanduse scenariointheNeedsPlan.

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 AppendixIincludesamatrixthatsummarizesthe purposeandneedfortheproject.

Futuremobilitydeficiencieswereidentifiedthroughan evaluationofanticipatedlevelsofcongestionusingthe NERPMͲABastheprimaryanalysistool.Thecongestion assessmentwasperformedusingtheexistingplus committedmodelscenariointheyear2040which representsaNoBuildScenario.Thisapproachconsiders onlytheprojectsthatarecommittedforconstruction withintheTransportationImprovementProgramand FDOTAdoptedWorkProgram.

LANDUSEALTERNATIVES Asdiscussedingreaterdetailinthesectionontravel demandforecasting,twoalternativelandusescenarios weredeveloped.Althoughtheconsensusofthe participatingagencieswastousethetrendͲbased scenario,performancemeasuresforbothalternatives weredeveloped.

Congestionwasassessedthroughtheratioofroadway volumetoroadwaycapacity,knownasthedemandͲtoͲ capacityratio.Table2Ͳ43summarizesthesystemwide deficienciesintheBaseYearmodelscenarioandthe 2040NoBuildmodelscenario(existingpluscommitted). Thecongestedlinks(greaterthan0.8)areshownforthe BaseYearonFigure2Ͳ25,theNoBuildonFigure2Ͳ26, theNeedsPlanTrendLandUseScenarioonFigure2Ͳ27 andtheNeedsPlanAlternateLandUseScenarioon Figure2Ͳ28.

BecauseoftheNERPMͲAB’smodelframework,the modelismuchmoresensitivetochangesinthenetwork andtheimpactsontripͲmaking.Asmorecapacityis addedtothenetwork,personsaremorewillingtomake longertripswhenthetraveltimesdonotsignificantly change.AsshowninTable2Ͳ43,thenumberofvehicleͲ milestraveledisgreaterwhentheNeedsPlanismodeled thanintheNoBuildorBuildmodelscenariosasaresult oftheincreasedcapacityofthenetwork.



   Table2Ͳ43.SummaryofDeficiencyAnalysis MillionsofVehicleMilesTraveledbyDemandtoCapacityRatio ModelScenario

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communitywereconducted.Theseworkshopsare documentedinthepublicinvolvementsection.Several iterationsoftheNeedsPlanwerealsopresentedtothe steeringcommittee,NorthFloridaTPOBoardand committeesduringMarch,AprilandMayof2014for refinementofalternativesandconsensusbuilding.The NeedsPlanincludesroadcapacityprojects,multimodal projects(transit,activetransportationandfreight)and operationsstrategies.

WithintheNeedsPlanprojectcostestimateswere preparedbasedontoday’sbuyingpowerforprojects.In thefutureinflationisanticipatedtooccurthatwill increasethenominalcostsoftheprojects.Sinceaspart oftheNeedsPlan,theyearofexpenditureforeach projectisnotknownandtocompareprojectson consistentbasis,thefollowingsummaryoftheNeeds Planisreportedin“presentͲdaycosts”. Intoday’sdollarswehavemorethan$27billionofneeds versus$7billioninfunding.Forecastingthatoverthe22Ͳ yearplanhorizon,thoseneedsincreaseto$46billion withonly$14.8billioninrevenuesavailable.Table2Ͳ44 summarizestheNeedsPlaninpresentdaydollars.

TheNeedsPlanwasadoptedbytheNorthFloridaTPO BoardonJune12,2014.TechnicalMemorandum#8– NeedsPlanisattachedtothisreport. TheprojectsintheNeedsPlanarepresentedinPart Threeofthisreport.

FouriterationsoftheNeedsPlanwerepreparedwiththe stakeholderagenciesduringtheplanningprocess.  Publiccommentswereconsideredaspartoftheprocess andaseriesofpublicworkshopsthroughoutthe  Table2Ͳ44.SummaryofNeedsVersusRevenueinPresentDayCosts

Need (millions) $19,503 $306 $417 $273 $20,499 $2,448 $3,824 $6,272 $26,771

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Forthepurposesofthisplanreasonableestimatesforall potentialfundingprogramsweredeveloped.However, therevenueestimatedfortheStrategicIntermodal SystemMultimodalfundingprogramandthestateNew Starttransitcapacityprogramsareallocatedona statewidebasisandthereisno“guarantee”these projectswillbefunded.TheStrategicIntermodalSystem Multimodalprogramrevenueestimatesusedwerebased onaproportionoftheprogramͲlevelrevenuebasedon populationshare.TheNewStartsfundingprogramis allocatedonacompetitivebasisandprojectsthatare eligibleforNewStartfundingandfeasiblewereincluded intheCostFeasiblePlan.

COSTFEASIBLEPLAN Followingtheidentificationofneeds,theCostFeasible Planwaspreparedforthefederalplanningboundaries only–Clay,Duval,NassauandSt.JohnsCounties.The projectsselectedfromtheNeedsPlanwereidentified usingtheprioritizationsystemdevelopedusingthe performancemeasuresestablishedwiththegoalsand objectives. TheprioritizationsystemsanddecisionͲmakingprocess usedfortheselectionofprojectsisdocumentedinPart Threeofthisreport.Quantitativeperformancemeasures andprioritizationsystemsweredevelopedforroad capacityandbicycleandpedestrianprojects.More qualitativemethodswereusedforothercomponentsof theplan.

Inaddition,thefollowingprojectsreceivedhighrankings duringtheprioritizationoftheNeedsPlan,butareso costlythatifincludedtheywouldhaveconsumedallof thefundingavailableintheprogramstheyareeligible. Theseprojectsincluded.

Priorityprojectswereidentifiedandrevenuesallocated fromvariousfundingsourcesuntiltheplanwasbalanced (projectcostsequaledrevenues).Theprocessof prioritizationandselectionoftheprojectsforinclusionin theCostFeasiblePlanisdiscussedingreaterdetailin PartThree.

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Project#79,SR115MathewsBridgeoverthe St.JohnsRiver.Theconstructioncostwas estimatedtobe$1.1billion. ƒ Project#413,IͲ95fromIͲ10toSR104Dunn AvenueExpressLanes.Theprojectwasnot includedintheStrategicIntermodalSystem programandiffundedintheOtherRoad Capacityprogram,itwouldhaveconsumed morethanoneͲhalfoftheavailablefunding. Theprojectwasestimatedcost$374millionin construction. ƒ Project#74,SR115LemTurnerRoadfromIͲ295 toUS1KingsRoad,Widento4Lanes.The estimatedconstructioncostis$88million.  Twoprojectsrankedfavorablybutinsufficient informationonthescopeoftheworkwasavailableto includeconstruction,rightofwayorenvironmental phases.

Extensivecoordinationwiththesteeringcommitteeand TPOBoardandcommitteesoccurred.Multipleversions oftheplanwerepresentedintheAugust,Septemberand OctoberTPOBoardandcommitteemeetingsforreview andcomment. PublicworkshopswereconductedinSeptemberof2014 andapublichearingoccurredonOctober28,2014. TheCostFeasiblePlanwasadoptedbytheNorthFlorida TPOBoardinNovember13,2014withaunanimousvote ofapproval.TechnicalMemorandum#10–CostFeasible Planisattachedtothisreport.

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Thefinancialplanmayinclude,forillustrative purposes,additionalprojectswhatwouldbeincluded intheadopted/approvedtransportation plan/programifreasonableadditionalresources beyondthoseidentifiedinthefinancialplanwere available"[see23U.S.C.135(e)(4),23U.S.C. 135(f)(2)(E),23U.S.C.134(g)(2)(B),and23U.S.C. 134(h)(2)(B)(iv),respectively].

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determinesthathighͲspeedrailisfeasibleintheAtlantaͲ MaconͲJacksonvilleCorridor.Itisfurtherrecommended thataTier1NEPADocumentandServiceDevelopment PlanbepursuedforhighͲspeedrailservicewithinthe corridor.Thisanalysisshouldcontinuetoaddressarange oftechnologyalternativesincludingtheHybridHigh Performanceimplementationapproach.

INTERͲREGIONALPROJECTS Aspartofthedevelopmentoftheplan,thefollowingkey interͲregionalprojectsthatwillconnectNorthFloridato othermetropolitanregionswereidentified. ƒ ƒ ƒ

JacksonvilletoAtlantahighspeedrail MiamitoJacksonvilleintercitypassengerrail TampaBaytoNortheastFlorida:Florida’sFuture Corridors

AcopyoftheexecutivesummaryoftheGeorgia DepartmentofTransportationstudyisprovidedin AppendixF.

 Nofundingwasallocatedtotheseprojectsaspartofthe planbuttheyarelongͲtermneedsthatwillbeaddressed throughintraͲstateorinterͲstatecooperation.The followingprovidesabriefoverviewoftheseprojects.

MIAMITOJACKSONVILLEHIGHSPEEDRAIL AllAboardFlorida,anintercitypassengerrailprogram beingdevelopedbytheowneroftheFECrailroad, FortressInvestmentGroup,willbeaprivatelyowned, operatedandmaintainedpassengerrailserviceto connectSouthFloridaandOrlandothatisanticipatedto openservicein2016.AspartoftheirlongͲtermplan, JacksonvilletoMiamiserviceisproposedinthefuture. However,notimetablehasbeenset.

JACKSONVILLETOATLANTAHIGHSPEEDRAIL In1998,theU.S.DepartmentofTransportation 38 designatedtheJacksonvilletoAtlantaasacomponentof theSoutheastHighSpeedRailnetwork.Accordingtothe reportGroundTransportationforAmericapreparedby U.S.DepartmentofTransportationtheSoutheastHigh SpeedRailnetworkwasgivena"specializedanalysis"and "affordedexceptionaltreatment"becauseofits extraordinarypotentialforcommercialsuccess. 27F32F42F42F

TAMPABAYTONORTHEASTFLORIDA:FLORIDA’S FUTURECORRIDOR NewconnectionsbetweenTampaBayandJacksonville, twolargeregionsthatarenotwellconnectedtodayare neededtoenhanceintrastatecommerceandpersonal mobility.In2013,FDOTcompletedhighͲlevel evaluationsofFutureCorridors.Apossiblenew connectionbetweentheSuncoastParkwayinTampaand IͲ75intheGainesvilleorOcalaareaandenhanced connectivitybetweenGainesvilleandOcalaandthe Jacksonvilleareawereevaluated.However,no commitmentsforadvancingstudyorimplementationof theseprojectshasbeenmade.Additionalinformationis providedinAppendixG.

In2012,theGeorgiaDepartmentofTransportationand U.S.DepartmentofTransportationcompleteda feasibilitystudyforthepotentialofhighspeedrail consistentwiththeSoutheastHighSpeedRailNetwork program.Thetotalcostsofimplementingserviceranged from$5billionto$15billionifsharedrailuseor exclusiverailwasconstructed.Thefollowingsummarizes therecommendationsofthestudy. HighͲspeedrailserviceintheAtlantaͲMaconͲJacksonville Corridorpresentsanopportunitytoprovideneeded transportationsolutionsandpromoteeconomic development.WhilehighͲspeedrailisnottheonly transportationsolution,thisstudygivesevidencethat passengerhighͲspeedrailwillprovideaddedmobilityand transportationchoicestoconsumers.HighͲspeedrailcan providemoreefficientandcostͲeffectivemeansto consumers,providingaddedconnectivitytomajorcities suchasAtlantaandBirminghamthroughcommercial centersandnational/internationaldestinations.



Thisstudyillustratesthatalthoughtheinitialinvestment inhighͲspeedrailissignificant,themobilityand economicopportunitiesofferedbythisnewmoreare significant.Basedontheanalysisfindings,thisstudy  38 http://www.sehsr.org/reports/time2act/actchapter4.htm 2Ͳ117 




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NEEDSPLAN R OADSARETHEMOSTVISIBLEANDPRODUCTIVECOMPONENTOFOURTRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE .  N EWROADSANDADDITIONALCAPACITYARENEEDEDTOMEETOURREGION ’ S NEEDS .

OVERVIEW Theneedtoprovidesafe,convenientandeffective mobilityforallpersonswasidentifiedthroughoutour region.Majorprojectsidentifiedforfundingwithinthis programincludenewroads,thewideningand reconstructionofcorridors,intersectionimprovements andinterchangemodifications.

Ourplanaddressescontextsensitivesolutionsby identifyingcorridorsthatarecandidatesformore walkable,rideͲableandlivablecommunities.Roads don’tjustserveautomobiles.Allroadprojectson arterialswillincludenewsidewalksandbicyclelanes. Roadsprovidebuseswithaccesstomorepersonsand allowthemtoofferbetterqualityofservicethrough morereliabletraveltimesandreducedcongestion.

Revenuesarealsodedicatedtoconstructingstandalone bicycleandpedestrianprojectsanddeploymentof TSM&Oprojectswithintheseroadcapacityfunding categories.

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To CR125 WofSR121 Baker/NassauCountyLine EastBaldwin NortheastFlorida SR228NormandyBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SavannahGlenBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard ChallengerDrive(BrananFieldRoad) US17 US17 CR739HenleyRoad CR739HenleyRoad CosmosAvenue PineTreeLane SR23FirstCoastExpressway CR315 KnightBoxxRoad US17 CR315B US17 CR209RussellRoad CR209South SR16 SR21BlandingBoulevard CR209RussellRoad CR209RussellRoad LongBayRoad OakleafVillageParkway Clay/PutnamCountyLine SR15AOakridgeAvenue ShandsBridge CR215BlandingBoulevard CR220DoctorsInletRoad OakleafPlantationParkway TownCenterBoulevard HavenAvenue Duval/ClayCountyLine SR21BlandingBoulevard NewBerlinRoad(north) NorthofNewBerlinRoad(south) OldMiddleburgRoad JAXPORT PecanParkRoad US90BeaverStreet SR23FirstCoastExpressway CrystalSpringsRoad ClarkRoad ShindlerDrive

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan ImprovementType Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes FutureCorridor FutureCorridor FutureCorridor Widento4Lanes New4LaneRoad Widento6Lanes New4LaneRoad Widento4Lanes Reconstruct2Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes New4LaneRoad New4LaneRoad Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Reconstruct2Lanes New4LaneRoad Widento6Lanes New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes ReconstructandNew2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes New4LaneRoad Widento6Lanes New2LaneBridge New2LaneRoad Reconstruct2Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento5Lanes New3LaneRoad Widento4Lanes NewInterchange




Table3Ͳ1.RoadCapacityNeedsbyCounty County MapID Facility Duval 16B CollinsRoadRealignment Duval 1036 Davis/9BParcel Duval 942 DuvalStationRoad Duval 37*** EastportRoad Duval 1021 FloridaBoulevard Duval 43 GatorBowlBoulevard Duval 943 HarlowBoulevard Duval 43B SR228HartExpresswayRamps Duval 49 HartleyRoad Duval 963 HartsRoad Duval 401 IͲ10 Duval 406 IͲ10 Duval 432 IͲ10 Duval 454 IͲ10 Duval 403* IͲ10 Duval 119 IͲ295 Duval 407 IͲ295 Duval 408 IͲ295 Duval 409 IͲ295 Duval 410 IͲ295 Duval 411 IͲ295 Duval 431 IͲ295 Duval 964 IͲ295 Duval 1022 IͲ295 Duval 1023 IͲ295 Duval 121 IͲ295 Duval 68 IͲ95 Duval 413 IͲ95 Duval 414 IͲ95 Duval 419 IͲ95 Duval 433 IͲ95 Duval 434 IͲ95 Duval 962 IͲ95 Duval 418A IͲ95 Duval 944 JonesRoad Duval 73 KernanBoulevard Duval 945 MerrillRoad Duval 946 MonumentRoad Duval 947 MonumentRoad Duval 1033 NationalCemeteryRoad Duval 948 NewBerlinRoad Duval 949 NewBerlinRoad Duval 1034 NewWorldAvenue Duval 1035 NewWorldAvenue Duval 85 NorfolkSouthernRailroadOverpass Duval 951 OldKingsRoad Duval 1015 OldMiddleburgRoad Duval 90 OldSt.AugustineRoad Duval 1010 OldSt.AugustineRoad Duval 952 PecanParkRoad Duval 92 PecanParkRoad From PineVerde SR9B US17/SR5MainStreet SR105HeckscherDrive PenmanRoad LibertyStreet SR134103rdStreet LibertyStreet SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR104DunnAvenue SR23FirstCoastExpressway US301 IͲ295 atIͲ295 Nassau/DuvalCountyLine SR9B IͲ95North NorthofTroutRiver US1NewKingsRoad SR134103rdStreet IͲ10 US17RooseveltBoulevard US17atRooseveltBoulevard IͲ95South SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard SR113SouthsideConnector atSR102AirportRoad SR104DunnAvenue NorthofFullerWarrenBridge atUS1/SR15Martin LutherKingJr. SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard IͲ295 SR115atSouthsideBoulevard Duval/St.Johns CountyLine US90BeaverStreet SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard HartsfieldRoad TredinickParkway IͲ295 LannieRoad PulaskiRoad YellowBluffRoad SR23FirstCoastExpressway SR23FirstCoastExpressway West12thStreet SR111EdgewoodAvenue ArgyleForestBoulevard BartramParkBoulevard atGreenlandRoad BraddockBoulevard IͲ95 3Ͳ10

JIANorthAccessRoad US17MainStreet

IͲ295 PritchardRoad GlenKernanParkway SR113SouthsideConnector IͲ295 LeeRoad ArnoldRoad YellowBluffRoad CedarPointRoad ChaffeeRoad ChaffeeRoad US23NewKingsRoad PlummerRoad SR134103rdStreet US1/SR5PhillipsHighway

SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

SR102AirportRoad SR104DunnAvenue

SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR9B SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

US301 IͲ295 SR105DamesPointBridge/HeckscherDrive IͲ95 NorthofTroutRiver IͲ10 US1SouthofNewKingsRoad SR134103rdStreet

To US17RooseveltBoulevard SR152BaymeadowsRoad StarrattRoad PulaskiRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard Hart/ SR115MathewsBridge LaneAvenue Hart/ SR115MathewsBridge OldSt.AugustineRoad IͲ295 IͲ295 SR23FirstCoastExpressway IͲ95

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan ImprovementType New4LaneRoad,TwoOverpassandNewInterchange Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento3Lanes Widento3Lanes Widento6LanesandRemoveRamps Widento3Lanes RemoveRamps Widento3Lanes Widento4Lanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes ModifyInterchange Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes ModifyInterchange Add2ExpressLanes Add2ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes ModifyInterchange Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes ModifyInterchange Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes ModifyInterchange Add4ExpressLanes IntersectionImprovements Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes New3LaneRoad/Bridge IntersectionImprovements Widento4Lanes Widento6LanesandOverpass IntersectionImprovements/Add1Lane Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes




Table3Ͳ1.RoadCapacityNeedsbyCounty County MapID Facility Duval 953*** PulaskiRoad Duval 97 PulaskiRoad/StarrattRoad Duval 935 RamonaBoulevard Duval 98 Rampart/FirestoneRoad Duval 1038 RanchRoad Duval 934 RickerRoad Duval 99 SalisburyRoadExtension Duval 101 ShindlerDrive Duval 714 SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval 715 SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval 716 SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval 152 SR101MayportRoad Duval 152B SR101MayportRoad Duval 421 SR102AirportRoad Duval 940 SR104DunnAvenue Duval 941 SR104DunnAvenue Duval 100 SR115ArlingtonExpressway Duval 153 SR115ArlingtonExpressway* Duval 102 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 103 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 104 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 960 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 966 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 967 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 968 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 937 SR152BaymeadowsRoad Duval 938 SR152BaymeadowsRoad Duval 9 SR21BlandingBoulevard Duval 957A SR21BlandingBoulevard Duval 957B SR21BlandingBoulevard Duval 957C SR21BlandingBoulevard Duval 47 SR228HartBridge Duval 86 SR228NormandyBoulevard Duval 87 SR228NormandyBoulevard Duval 701 SR243JIANorthAccessRoad Duval 18 SR9B Duval 1024 SR9B Duval 151 SRA1A Duval 954 StarrattRoad Duval 129 TouchtonRoad Duval 955 TroutRiverBoulevard Duval 6 US90BeaverStreet Duval 82 US1SR15NewKingsRoad Duval 83 US1SR15NewKingsRoad Duval 950 US1SR15NewKingsRoad Duval 93 US1SR5PhilipsHighway Duval 94 US1SR5PhilipsHighway Duval 95 US1SR5PhilipsHighway Duval 96 US1SR5PhilipsHighway Duval 1017 US17MainStreet Duval 959 US17MainStreet From EastportRoad IͲ295 HammondBoulevard CollinsRoad TradeportRoad MorseAvenue SR152BaymeadowsBoulevard CollinsRoad atGirvinRoad atHodgesBoulevard atSanPabloBoulevard atSR116WonderwoodDrive SR116WonderwoodDrive AirportEntrance US1/SR15NewKingsRoad OldKingsRoad SR109UniversityBoulevard atSR109UniversityBoulevard US1SR5PhilipsHighway SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard US90BeachBoulevard HoganRoad atSR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard atSR152BaymeadowsRoad atSR10AtlanticBoulevard IͲ95 US1/SR5PhilipsHighway IͲ295 atCollinsRoad atSR134103rdStreet atCedarHillsBoulevard SR228HartExpresswayͲ Downtown US301 SR23FirstCoastExpressway SR102AirportRoad US1SR5PhilipsHighway US1SR5PhilipsHighway SR116WonderwoodDrive DuvalStationRoad BelfortRoad OldKingsRoad SR23FirstCoastExpressway SoutelDrive IͲ295 SR111EdgewoodAvenue NocateeParkway/RaceTrackRoad SR9B IͲ95attheAvenues SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard NewBerlinRoad atEastportRoad 3Ͳ11

SR10AtlanticBoulevard BellRoad(EquestrianPark) SR111CassatAvenue PecanParkRoad IͲ295 IͲ295 NavalStationMayportNorthGate YellowBluffRoad SR115SouthsideBoulevard US23NewKingsRoad CahoonRoad IͲ295 OldKingsRoad SoutelDrive SR9B IͲ295 SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard SR126EmersonStreet PecanParkRoad

SR115SouthsideBoulevard IͲ95 WilsonBoulevard

IͲ95Ramps US90BeachBoulevard SR10AtlanticBoulevard GateParkway

MayportMainGate IͲ95 IͲ295 US23NewKingsRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard

To IͲ295 DuvalStationRoad CahoonRoadSouth SR134103rdStreet SR102NorthofAirportRoad OldMiddleburgRoad BelfortRoad SR134103rdStreet

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan ImprovementType Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento5Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento3Lanes New3LaneRoad Widento3Lanes IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements Add2NorthboundLanes Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes IntersectionImprovements Widento6Lanes* ModifyInterchange Widento6Lanes* Widento6Lanes* Widento6Lanes* IntersectionImprovements ModifyInterchange Underpass IntersectionImprovements Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes* Widento6Lanes IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements New6LaneBridge Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes Add2AuxiliaryLanes Widento4Lanes* Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes IntersectionImprovements Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes* Widento6Lanes* Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes NewInterchange




Table3Ͳ1.RoadCapacityNeedsbyCounty County MapID Facility Duval 123 US301SR200 Duval 425 US301SR201 Duval 7 US90BeaverStreet Duval 79 US90SR115MathewsBridge Duval 956 YellowBluffRoad Duval/Clay 57 IͲ295 Duval/Nassau 88 NorthernOuterBeltway Duval/Nassau 74 SR115LemTurnerRoad Duval/Nassau 78 US17MainStreet Nassau 988 AbacoIslandDriveExtension Nassau 704 AmeliaIslandParkway Nassau 980 ArrigoͲParliamentReconnection Nassau 1001 BarnwellͲ0'NeilScottConnector Nassau 1002 BradyPointͲClementsConnector Nassau 976 CardinalStreetNorthExtension Nassau 975 CardinalStreetSouthExtension Nassau 995 ChristianWayExtension Nassau 996 CommodorePointDriveExtension Nassau 501 ConcourseLoopRoad Nassau 705 CR105ABuccaneerTrail Nassau 993 CrosbyAvenueExtension Nassau 991 DoveRoadExtension{west} Nassau 974 eastDoveRoadExtension Nassau 36 EastNassauConnector Nassau 969 EastNassauConnector Nassau 986 FloraParkeͲWalͲMartConnector Nassau 985 GeneLassereBoulevardExtension Nassau 977 GoodbreadRoadReconstruction Nassau 1000 HamiltonStreetExtension Nassau 989 HarperChapelExtension Nassau 402* IͲ10 Nassau 710 LoftonCreekCrossing Nassau 982 MacawAvenueExtension Nassau 990 MentoriaͲWilliamBurgessConnector Nassau 987 PagesDairyRoadEastExtension Nassau 983 PagesDairyRoadSouthExtension Nassau 1003 SR200Overpass Nassau 998 SR200WilliamBurgessConnector Nassau 992 SR200YuleeBackageRoads Nassau 427 SR200SRA1A Nassau 703 SR200SRA1A Nassau 979 SR200APagesDairyRoad Nassau 706 SRA1A Nassau 707 US17 Nassau 709 US17 Nassau 984 US17PagesDairyConnectorw/roundabout Nassau 994 US17PowerlineCorridor Nassau 999 US17YuleeBackageRoads Nassau 708 US301SR200 Nassau 981 VariousSR200IntersectionsModifications Nassau 997 WoodbridgeParkwayExtension From US90 Duval/ClayCountyLine CahoonRoad US1MartinLutherKingJr. Jr.Parkway StarrattRoad SR13SanJoseBoulevard IͲ10 IͲ295 PecanParkRoad AbacoIslandDrive South14thStreet ArrigoBoulevard BarnwellRoad BradyPointRoad CardinalAvenue SpringMeadowAvenue ChristianWay CommodorePointDrive LicenseRoad SouthFletcherAvenue US17SR5 HarperChapelRoadExtension HarperChapelRoad IͲ95 atIͲ95 FloraParkeBoulevard GeneLassereBoulevard US17SR5 GoodbreadCircle HarperChapelRoad Baker/NassauCountyLine HendricksRoad CardinalStreet WilliamBurgessBoulevard ChesterRoad SR200SRA1A atUS17SR5andRailroadTracks WilliamBurgessBoulevard CardinalStreetNorthExtension atUS17 AmeliaIslandParkway atFelmorRoad SouthFletcherAvenue Nassau/DuvalCountyLine SR200SRA1A US17SR5 VegasBoulevard US17SR5 US1atSKingsRoad  WoodbrigdeParkway 3Ͳ12

ClementsRoad

AmeliaIslandParkway HartsRoad GeorgiaStateLine SR200APagesDairyRoad RadioAvenue NorthofKoenLane

SadlerRoad

SR200SRA1A OldYuleeRoad

DoveRoadExtension Nassau/DuvalCountyLine AvantRoad US17SR5 HarperChapelRoad BlackrockRoad SowellRoad

WalͲMartSupercenter SR200APagesDairyRoad HamiltonStreet

To Duval/NassauCountyLine IͲ10 McDuffAvenue SR109UniversityBoulevard NewBerlinRoad(north) Wof US17RooseveltBoulevard IͲ95 US1/CallahanSKingsRoad SR200/SRA1A ZionCourt CR105ABuccaneerTrail ParliamentDrive O'NeilScottRoad ClementsRoad SR200SRAIAYuleeBackageRoads WilliamBurgessBoulevard HamptonClubWay BlackrockRoad AmeliaConcourse CanopyDrive PinewoodDrive MentoriaRoad WilliamBurgessBoulevard ChesterRoad

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan ImprovementType Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes New6LaneBridgeandTransit Widento4Lanes Add4ExpressLanesonBridge FutureCorridor Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes* New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad TurnLaneImprovements* New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New4LaneRoad NewInterchange New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoadandRoundabout New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad Add4ExpressLanes New2LaneBridge New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad Overpass New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad IntersectionImprovements Widento6Lanes RoundaboutProjects TurnLaneImprovements* IntersectionImprovements Widento4Lanes New2LaneRoadandRoundabout New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements New2LaneRoad




Table3Ͳ1.RoadCapacityNeedsbyCounty County MapID Facility Putnam 503 BuffaloRoad Putnam 505 ComfortRoad Putnam 451 SR100 Putnam 965 SR19Connector Putnam 422 SR20 Putnam 423 SR20 Putnam 428 US17SR15 Putnam 429 US17SR15 Putnam 430 US17SR15 Putnam 452 US17SR15 StJohn's 801 BrinkhoffRoad StJohn's 803 CR16A StJohn's 802 CR16AExtension StJohn's 805 CR210 StJohn's 807 CR210 StJohn's 849 CR210W StJohn's 809 CR214 StJohn's 810 CR2209 StJohn's 811 CR2209 StJohn's 812 CR2209 StJohn's 813 CR2209 StJohn's 814 CR2209 StJohn's 815 CR2209 StJohn's 816 CR2209 StJohn's 843 CR2209 StJohn's 818 CR305 StJohn's 850 CR305 StJohn's 1025 DixieHighway/PellicerLane StJohn's 819 DurbinParkway StJohn's 844 DurbinParkway StJohn's 821 HolmesBoulevard StJohn's 138 IͲ95 StJohn's 400 IͲ95 StJohn's 420 IͲ95 StJohn's 846 IͲ95 StJohn's 418B IͲ95 StJohn's 823 InternationalGolfParkway StJohn's 825 MicklerRoad StJohn's 826 PalmValleyRoad StJohn's 827 RaceTrackRoad StJohn's 828 RaceTrackRoad StJohn's 851 RaceTrackRoadConnector StJohn's 110 SR16 StJohn's 835 SR16 StJohn's 836 SR16 StJohn's 829 SR16Connector StJohn's 113 SR207 StJohn's 830 SR207 StJohn's 115 SR312 StJohn's 832 SR313 StJohn's 839 SR313 3Ͳ13

From BuffaloRoadwest PortRoad Clay/PutnamCountyLine SR19 Putnam/AlachuaCountyLine SW56thAvenue WestofDunnCreekBridge CR309Satsuma Putnam/VolusiaCountyLine PomonaPark/FeagleAvenue SR207 SR16Connector CR16A IͲ95 GreenbriarRoad LongleafPineParkway HolmesBoulevard SR23FirstCoastExpressway SR16Connector InternationalGolfParkway CR214 SR207/CR305 SR16 CR208 atCR210 CR204 SR206 SR207 9BExtension atUS1/SR5DixieHighway CR214 atUS1/SR5PonceDeLeonBoulevardandatSR206 St.Johns/FlaglerCountyLine SR206 atCR210 InternationalGolfParkway IͲ95 PalmValleyRoad IntracoastalWaterway St.JohnsParkway BartramParkBoulevard DurbinParkway/9BExtension IͲ95 SouthFrancisRoad CR208OutletMall SR16/CR16A IͲ95 HolmesBoulevard US1/SR5DixieHighway SR16 atUS1/SR5DixieHighway St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine Turn/Bend SRA1A MicklerRoad BartramParkBoulevard BartramSprings RaceTrackRoad SR313 InternationalGolfParkway SouthFrancisRoad CR2209 SouthHolmesBoulevard SR312 SRA1A US1DixieHighway

SR206 InternationalGolfParkway

FourMileRoad

SR206 SR207 CR214WestofKingStreet NocateeParkway

To Buffaloeast US17 US17SR5 PutnamCountyBoulevard SW56thAvenue CR315Interlachen HorseLandingRoad WestofDunnCreekBridge PomonaPark/FeagleAvenue CR309Satsuma WildwoodDrive SR13 LeoMaguireParkway near US1 CimarroneRoad GreenbriarRoad US1 CR210 SR23FirstCoastExpressway SR16Connector CR208 CR214 InternationalGolfParkway SR16

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan ImprovementType New2LaneBridge Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes New4laneroad/bridge Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento3Lanes* New6LaneRoad New6LaneRoad New6LaneRoad New4LaneRoad New4LaneRoad New4LaneRoad New4LaneRoad NewInterchange New2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes Reconstruct2LanesandWidentoaddSidewalksandBikeLanes New4LaneRoad ModifyInterchange Widento6Lanes ModifyInterchange Add4ExpressLanes Add4ExpressLanes ModifyInterchange Add4ExpressLanes Widento4Lanes* Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes New4LaneRoad Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes New4LaneRoad NewInterchange




A,BProjectsmustbedonetogethertoprovidelogicaltermini. *Projectidentifiedaspotentialcontextsensitivesolutionsimprovements. **Projectsmustbedonetogethertoprovidelogicaltermini. 

Table3Ͳ1.RoadCapacityNeedsbyCounty County MapID Facility StJohn's 833 SR9BExtension StJohn's 842 SR9BExtension StJohn's 128 SRA1A StJohn's 1008 SRA1A StJohn's 800 SRA1A StJohn's 1031 SRA1AAnastasiaBoulevard StJohn's 848 St.JohnsParkway StJohn's 845 US1SR5 StJohn's 130 US1SR5DixieHighway StJohn's 131 US1SR5DixieHighway StJohn's 132 US1SR5DixieHighway StJohn's 1029 US1BKingStreet StJohn's 1030 US1BSanMarcoAvenue StJohn's 834 VeteransParkway PrivateProjects   Baker 500 NorthernCrossTownCorridor Putnam 502 ConnectorRoad  From St.JohnsParkway atDurbinParkway SolanaRoad atRedCox/CoquinaRoad MicklerRoad CasanovaRoad CR2209 atCR210 SR206 SR313 InternationalGolfParkway US1PoncedeLeonBoulevard BridgeofLions GreenbriarRoad  CR125 US17

3Ͳ14

SR121 DistributionCenter

LewisPointRoad InternationalGolfParkway RaceTrackRoad AvenidaMenendez SR16 LongleafPineParkway

PalmValleyRoad BridgeofLions 9BExtension

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

To RaceTrackRoad

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

New2LaneRoad New2LaneRoad

ImprovementType Widento6Lanes NewInterchange Widento6Lanes* IntersectionImprovements Widento4Lanes contextsensitivesolutions Widento6Lanes ModifyInterchange Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes Contextsensitivesolutions Contextsensitivesolutions New4LaneRoad


PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan



COSTFEASIBLEPLANOVERVIEW P ROVIDINGAPLANTHATHASAREASONABLEEXPECTATIONOFTHEFUNDINGAVAILABLETHROUGH

THEPLANHORIZONWILLALLOWAGENCIESTOPROGRAMANDADVANCEPROJECTSCONSISTENTWITH THEREGION ’ SNEEDSANDPRIORITIES . Economiccompetitiveness

OVERVIEW

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TheCostFeasiblePlanwaspreparedforthefederal planningboundariesonly–Clay,Duval,NassauandSt. JohnsCountiesandtheprojectsaresummarizedin sectionsthatfollowbythefundingprogramspreviously identifiedinPartTwo.Aprioritizationsystemusingthe performancemeasuresestablishedwiththegoalsand objectiveswasusedtorankprojectsprioritiesfor inclusionintheCostFeasiblePlan.Theprojectsinthe planaresummarizedbyfundingsource.

 Livableandsustainablecommunities ƒ

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PRIORITIZATIONPROCESS ThecandidateprojectsforfundingintheCostFeasible Planwereidentifiedusingaprioritizationsystemtorank projectsaccordingtothefollowingcriteria.  3Ͳ15 

Accesstojobswithin¼mile Benefittocostratio Safetycrashcostreductionbenefits Traveltimesavingbenefits Emissionsreductionbenefits

Populationwithin¼milethatwouldbenefit fromabustransitrouteor½mileforcommuter rail Transitridershipperday Inclusionofbicycleandpedestrianamenities Numberofenvironmentalfeaturesidentified thatduringtheEfficientTransportationDecision MakingProcessplanningscreen


PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan ƒ

Projectidentifiedonanevacuationroute establishedbytheNortheastFloridaRegional Council

Therankswerethensummedforeachgoalcategoryand rankedbasedonthelowscorebeingthebest. Theprioritizationscoresforeachprojectaresummarized inTable3Ͳ2.Asummaryoftheperformancemeasures andrankedscoresforeachprojectisprovidedin AppendixH.

 Safety ƒ

Projectidentifiedasaprioritysafetycorridorin theStrategicSafetyPlan

Aftertheinitialrankingoftheprojects,strategicpriority decisionswereusedtodetermineiftheprojectshould befunded.Forexample,twoprojectsthatreceiveda highrankwereidentifiedashavingpotential environmentalfatalflawsandwereremoved.

 Mobility ƒ ƒ ƒ

PersonͲmilestraveled PersonͲdelay DemandͲtoͲcapacityratio  Thesecriteriaweredrawnfromtheperformance measuresadoptedinthegoalsandobjectives.Notall measureswereusedintheprioritizationsystemsince methodologiestoforecastthemeasurearenotavailable withinthecontextofthetraveldemandforecasting model(suchasreliability).Othermeasuresaremore qualitativeandwereconsideredinastrategicway(such ascompatibilitywithadjacentlanduses).

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SR313fromUS1toInternationalGolfParkway WellsRoadExtensionfromSR21BlandingBoulevard toArgyleForestBoulevard  Followingtheprioritizationoftheprojects,theprojects werereviewedstrategicallytoevaluate: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Becausetherearemanydifferentunitsinvolvedin measuringtheseprioritizationcriteria,eachofthe performancemeasuredatawasnormalizedusingthe statisticalmeasureofaZͲscore.TheZͲscorecalculates thedifferenceavalueisfromthemeanofanormal distributionrelativetothestandarddeviationofthe data.Thisprovidesarankingoftheprojectinscalethat canbemoreeasilycomparedtoothermeasures.For example,aprojectmayprovideaccessto10,000jobs.A scoreof1.1(or10percentofonestandarddeviation greaterthanthemean)isassigned.Convertingallthe measurestotheZͲscoreallowseachmeasureof effectivenesstobecomparedonarelativebasis. Measuressuchasthebenefittocostratioordemandto capacityratiowhicharebasedonaratiowerenot normalized.

COSTFEASIBLEPLAN Followingthemaps,sectionsareprovidedthat summarizetheroadcapacityprojectsbyfundingsource: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

StrategicIntermodalSystemFundedProjects OtherStateandFederallyFundedProjects TollFundedProjects LocalandPrivatelyFundedProject

 Inthefollowingtables,thephasesofeachprojectare identifiedas ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ 

Sincethereareadifferentnumberofmeasureswithin eachgoalcategory,oncethemeasureswerenormalized, thetotalscorewithineachofthegoalswassummarized andranked.Forexample,thescoreforaccesstojobs andthebenefittocostratioforeconomic competitivenesswereaddedandthenthescorewithin thatgoalcategorywasranked. 

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Systemconnectivityandlinkages Logicaltermini Sizeandscaleoftheproject Geographicequity

PreliminaryEngineering(PE) RightofWay(ROW) Environmental(ENV) CapitalImprovements(CAP) Construction(CST) Operations(OPS)




Nassau

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

705 LR

16 LR

714 SR

101 LR

9 SR

454 SR

95 SR

418B SR

416 SR

414 SR

957A SR

Duval

103 SR

Duval

Duval

419 SR

715 SR

Nassau

706 SR

Clay

Duval

966 SR

106 SR

Duval

415 SR

StJohn's

Nassau

427 SR

823 LR

Duval

967 SR

StJohn's

StJohn's

835 SR

809 LR

Duval

964 SR

StJohn's

StJohn's

807 LR

1029 SR

Clay

910 LR

Name

SR21BlandingBoulevard

IͲ95

IͲ95

IͲ95

SR5US1PhilipsHighway

IͲ10

SR21BlandingBoulevard

ShindlerDrive

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

CollinsRoad

CR105ABuccaneerTrail

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

SR16

InternationalGolfParkway

CR214

US1BKingStreet

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

IͲ95

SRA1A

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

IͲ95

SRA1ASR200

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

SR16

IͲ295

CR210

WellsRoad

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Id LocalRoad

atCollinsRoad



3Ͳ17

SR104DunnAvenue



atSR109UniversityBoulevardand BowdenRoad NorthofIͲ95FullerWarrenBridge

St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard



SR208WilsonBoulevard

SR134103rdStreet





CanopyDrive



SR15AOakridgeAvenue

Turn/Bend

HolmesBoulevard

GranadaStreet

InternationalGolfParkway

IͲ95attheAvenues

atIͲ295

IͲ295

CollinsRoad

atGirvinRoad

atUS17RooseveltBoulevard

SouthFletcherAvenue

atHodgesBoulevard

CR218

IͲ95

US1

PalmerStreet

US90BeachBoulevard



SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

AmeliaIslandParkway

SouthFletcherAvenue









SouthFrancisRoad



GreenbriarRoad

SR21BlandingBoulevard

To

atUS1SR5MartinLutherKingJr. Parkway

atSR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

atSR126EmersonStreet

atUS17

atSR152BaymeadowsRoad

InternationalGolfParkway

atUS17RooseveltBoulevard

CimarroneRoad

AquariusConcourse

From

ImprovementType

IntersectionImprovements

Add4ExpressLanes

ModifyInterchange

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento6Lanes

ModifyInterchange

Widento6Lanes

Widento3Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

NewInterchange

TurnLaneImprovements

IntersectionImprovements

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento3Lanes

ContextSensitiveSolutions

Widento6Lanes

ModifyInterchange

TurnLaneImprovements

ModifyInterchange

ModifyInterchange

IntersectionImprovements

Underpass

Widento4Lanes

ModifyInterchange

Widento4Lanes

ReconstructandNew2LaneRoad

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

0.36 0.75 1.13 0.49 0.99 0.02

3.34 3.60 2.09 0.40 2.94 1.10

0.60

0.41

3.65

3.25

0.49

4.73

Ͳ0.06

0.33

3.85

1.86

1.02

3.18

0.54

0.34

0.79

0.46 5.58

0.38

5.55

5.07

0.43

2.36

0.85

0.41

3.37

4.52

0.40

6.31

1.25

0.35

6.24

0.44

0.48

6.96

4.22

0.17

3.79

2.15

1.01

6.68

Economic Livability Score Score 18.90 0.18

0.67

1.77

3.45

3.70

0.90

2.97

1.93

1.04

1.70

0.35

0.25

1.68

1.88

0.31

0.71

0.98

1.14

4.09

0.31

4.77

3.95

1.16

1.89

1.31

5.03

2.27

Mobility Score 0.44

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Safety Score 0.00

4.52

4.56

4.78

4.83

4.83

4.87

5.15

5.40

5.40

5.40

5.47

5.86

6.07

6.23

6.24

6.35

6.61

6.68

7.24

7.57

7.73

7.87

8.48

8.76

8.99

9.96

Total Score 19.52

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

RankTotal Score 1




Duval

Duval

StJohn's

94 SR

433 SR

113 SR

Duval

Duval

Duval

Clay

Duval

Clay

Clay

Duval

StJohn's

StJohn's

StJohn's

957C SR

1015 LR

957B SR

1028 LR

951 LR

34 LR

1026 LR

432 SR

115 SR

1007 SR

805 LR

Duval

941 SR

StJohn's

Duval

936 LR

1008 SR

StJohn's

828 LR

Duval

Duval

68 SR

90 LR

Clay

908 SR

Duval

StJohn's

803 LR

418A SR

Duval

930 LR

Clay

Duval

16B LR

1027 LR

StJohn's

1030 SR

Name

CR210

US1PonceDeLeonBoulevard

SR312

IͲ10

Turn/Bend



atSanCarlosAvenue/US1BSan MarcoAvenue/MayStreet IͲ95

SRA1A

IͲ95

3Ͳ18

CosmosAvenue

US17

PlummerRoad

SR21BlandingBoulevard



ArgyleForestBoulevard





US23NewKingsRoad

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

BartramSprings

US1SR5PhilipsHighway

IͲ295

PineTreeLane

SouthHolmesBoulevard

US1SR5DixieHighway

IͲ295

US301

CollegeDrive

SR220SR220DoctorsInlet Road

CR218

SR11EdgewoodAvenue

PineTreeLane

atSR134103rdStreet

SR134103rdStreet

atCedarHillsBoulevard

atRedCox/CoquinaRoad

OldKingsRoad

OldMiddleburgRoad

BartramParkBoulevard

BartramParkBoulevard

Duval/St.JohnsCountyLine

CosmosAvenue

IͲ95

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

IͲ295



ShandsBridge

SR13

RampartRoad

US17RooseveltBoulevard

US1PoncedeLeonBoulevard

To

ImprovementType

Widento6Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

Widento4Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

Widento4Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

IntersectionImprovements

IntersectionImprovements

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento6LanesandOverpass

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento6Lanes

ModifyInterchange

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New4LaneRoad,TwoOverpassand NewInterchange

ContextSensitiveSolutions

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

SR9B

atSR102AirportRoad

US17

SR16Connector

ShindlerDrive

PineVerde

WestCastilloDrive

From

OldKingsRoad

CR218

SR21BlandingBoulevard

OldMiddleburgRoad

SR21BlandingBoulevard

SRA1A

SR104DunnAvenue

ArgyleForestBoulevard

RacetrackRoad

OldSt.AugustineRoad

IͲ95

CR218

SR207

IͲ95

SR5US1PhilipsHighway

IͲ95

SR16

CR16A

CollinsRoad

CollinsRoadRealignment

US1BSanMarcoAvenue

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Id LocalRoad

1.27 0.50 0.37 0.65 0.16 0.51 0.31 0.02 0.48 0.31 0.40 0.59 0.61 0.56 0.50 0.57 0.25 2.54

2.15 2.34 0.67 2.65 1.70 1.99 2.85 1.11 2.85 2.49 2.30 2.75 2.67 2.63 1.79 2.56 2.93 0.94

0.78

1.66

1.81

0.64

0.49

1.49

2.24

0.50 Ͳ0.06

1.31

0.75

0.66

2.68

1.51

0.41

3.65

Economic Livability Score Score 3.18 0.64

0.74

0.32

0.95

1.85

1.66

1.26

0.07

0.43

0.50

1.36

0.51

0.43

0.46

1.11

1.05

0.54

2.77

0.74

1.41

2.06

0.72

2.16

1.45

0.97

1.06

0.35

Mobility Score 0.59

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Safety Score 0.00

3.19

3.20

3.24

3.29

3.47

3.52

3.54

3.61

3.63

3.64

3.70

3.71

3.80

3.81

3.85

3.86

3.90

3.91

3.91

3.92

4.03

4.20

4.29

4.39

4.40

4.41

Total Score 4.41

54

53

52

51

50

49

48

47

46

45

44

43

42

41

40

39

38

37

36

35

34

33

32

31

30

29

RankTotal Score 28




Duval

Clay

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

StJohn's

934 LR

905 LR

15 LR

129 LR

18 SR

100 SR

846 LR

StJohn's

845 LR

Duval

Duval

153 SR

98 LR

Duval

431 SR

Duval

Duval

946 LR

102 SR

StJohn's

130 SR

Duval

Clay

133 SR

93 SR

Duval

Clay

33 LR

945 LR

Clay

114 SR

Duval

Duval

968 SR

716 SR

Duval

121 SR

Nassau

Duval

151 SR

981 SR

Duval

943 LR

StJohn's

Duval

73 LR

830 SR

Duval

434 SR

Name

CR210

SR115ArlingtonExpressway

SR9B

TouchtonRoad

CollinsRoad

CR209RussellRoad

RickerRoad

Rampart/FirestoneRoad

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

US1SR5PhilipsHighway

CR210

SR115ArlingtonExpressway

IͲ295

MonumentRoad

US1SR5DixieHighway

US17

MerrillRoad

atIͲ95

SR109UniversityBoulevard

US1SR5PhilipsHighway

BelfortRoad

SR21BlandingBoulevard

CR739HenleyRoad

MorseAvenue

CollinsRoad

US1SR5PhilipsHighway

NocateeParkway/RacetrackRoad

atUS1SR5DixieHighway

atSR109UniversityBoulevard

US17RooseveltBoulevard

IͲ295

SR206

TownCenterBoulevard

HartsfieldRoad

atSanPabloBoulevard



SR10AtlanticBoulevard

HolmesBoulevard

VariousSR200Intersections Modifications

SR21BlandingBoulevard

SR16

atSR10AtlanticBoulevard

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

SR116WonderwoodDrive

SR134103rdStreet

 3Ͳ19

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

IͲ295

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

PineVerde

US17

OldMiddleburgRoad

SR134103rdStreet

IͲ95Ramps

SR9B





SR134103rdStreet

TredinickParkway

LewisPointRoad

CR315

SR113SouthsideConnector





SR312

KnightBoxxRoad

CR215BlandingBoulevard



SR113SouthsideConnector

NavalStationMayportGate

LaneAvenue

GlenKernanParkway

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

To

ImprovementType

ModifyInterchange

Widento6Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento3Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Widento6Lanes

ModifyInterchange

ModifyInterchange

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento6Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Widento6Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

IntersectionImprovements

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento3Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

IͲ295

From

SR207

SR220DoctorsInletRoad

SR21BlandingBoulevard

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

IͲ295

SRA1A

HarlowBoulevard

KernanBoulevard

IͲ95

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Id LocalRoad

0.42 0.28 0.43 0.37 0.49 0.39 0.60 0.47 0.49 0.78 0.61 0.31 0.39 0.18 0.49 0.42

1.03 0.73 0.61 0.24 0.46 1.11 1.61 1.37 1.31 0.38 0.61 0.74 1.11 1.42 0.46

0.35

0.72

1.32

0.69

1.43

0.62

0.86

1.16

0.75

0.37

1.04

0.54

0.51

0.92

0.64

0.73

2.12

1.02

0.21

2.62

1.64

0.30

2.04

Economic Livability Score Score 0.89 0.14

1.59

0.59

1.23

0.43

0.64

0.56

0.48

0.71

0.50

0.87

1.74

1.87

1.62

0.45

0.38

1.03

0.41

1.29

0.60

0.91

0.87

0.99

1.60

1.65

0.29

0.32

0.81

Mobility Score 2.13

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

1.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Safety Score 0.00

2.47

2.51

2.52

2.55

2.56

2.56

2.57

2.57

2.58

2.58

2.59

2.60

2.60

2.60

2.69

2.77

2.78

2.85

2.87

2.97

2.99

3.00

3.00

3.08

3.14

3.15

3.15

Total Score 3.16

82

81

80

79

78

77

76

75

74

73

72

71

70

69

68

67

66

65

64

63

62

61

60

59

58

57

56

RankTotal Score 55




Duval

Duval

Baker

Duval

Duval

Clay

Duval

Clay

Duval

Duval

StJohn's

43B LR

99 LR

405 SR

413 SR

96 SR

26 LR

408 SR

901 LR

406 SR

410 SR

848 LR

Duval

Duval

Clay

StJohn's

Duval

47 SR

900 LR

128 SR

411 SR

StJohn's

79 SR

800 SR

Duval

Duval

104 SR

92 LR

Duval

Duval/Clay

57 SR

937 SR

StJohn's

Duval

1009 LR

132 SR

Duval

960 SR

StJohn's

Duval

43 LR

420 SR

Duval

87 SR

Name

IͲ295

SRA1A

BaxleyRoad

SR228HartExpresswayBridge

SR115MathewsBridge

SRA1A

PecanParkRoad

St.JohnsParkway

IͲ295

IͲ10

KnightBoxxRoad

IͲ295

CR218Extension

US1SR5PhilipsHighway

IͲ95

IͲ10

IͲ10

SolanaRoad

SR220DoctorsInletRoad

SR228HartExpressway

US1MartinLutherKingJr.Parkway

MicklerRoad

IͲ95

CR2209

SR134103rdStreet

US301

SR220DoctorsInletRoad

NorthofTroutRiver

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

SR104DunnAvenue

WestofSR121

BelfortRoad

LibertyStreet

SR228HartExpressway Ramps

SalisburyRoadExtension

US90BeachBoulevard

IͲ95

SR13SanJoseBoulevard

InternationalGolfParkway

SR206

US90BeachBoulevard

HoganRoad

LibertyStreet

Add4ExpressLanes

SouthofNewKingsRoad(US 1) 3Ͳ20

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New6LaneBridge

New6LaneBridge(+Transit)

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

New4LaneRoad

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Add4ExpressLanes

New3LaneRoad

RemoveRamps

Widento6Lanes

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

SR21BlandingBoulevard

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

SR109UniversityBoulevard

PalmValleyRoad

US17MainStreet

9BExtension

IͲ10

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

SR21BlandingBoulevard

IͲ95

CR315

SR126EmersonStreet

SR102AirportRoad

Baker/NassauCountyLine

SR115BaymeadowsRoad

Hart/SR115MathewsBridge

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanesonBridge

Westof US17Roosevelt Boulevard SR115SouthsideBoulevard

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento3Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

Widento6LanesandRemove Ramps

Widento6Lanes

ImprovementType

RacetrackRoad

InternationalGolfParkway

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

GateParkway

Hart/SR115MathewsBridge

SR111CassatAvenue

To

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

From

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

SR152BaymeadowsRoad

IͲ295

US1SR5DixieHighway

IͲ95

SanPabloRoad

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

GatorBowlBoulevard

SR228NormandyBoulevard

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Id LocalRoad

0.35 0.52 1.65 0.37 0.31 0.29 0.13 0.37 0.24 0.58 0.73 0.38 0.36 1.34

0.91 1.34 0.32 0.16 0.34 0.05 0.36 0.66 0.46 0.97 0.40 0.14 1.29 0.18

0.04

0.18

0.38

0.74

0.34

0.69

0.74

0.74

0.36

0.74

0.81

1.80

0.27

0.03

1.31 0.40

1.11 Ͳ0.06

0.66

0.64

0.85 0.77

0.36

1.89

Economic Livability Score Score 1.05 0.72

1.15

0.49

0.37

0.52

0.92

0.51

0.37

1.08

1.62

0.78

0.48

0.68

0.25

0.36

0.99

0.73

0.27

0.17

0.85

0.79

1.68

1.04

1.79

0.52

0.92

0.17

Mobility Score 0.68

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Safety Score 0.00

1.93

2.02

2.02

2.04

2.05

2.06

2.07

2.10

2.11

2.11

2.13

2.21

2.22

2.22

2.25

2.29

2.30

2.33

2.34

2.34

2.36

2.38

2.39

2.40

2.41

2.42

Total Score 2.46

109

108

107

106

105

104

103

102

101

100

99

98

97

96

95

94

93

92

91

90

89

88

87

86

85

84

RankTotal Score 83




Duval

StJohn's

Clay

Clay

Duval

Clay

938 SR

836 SR

424 SR

25 LR

7 SR

24 LR

Duval

Duval

Putnam

Clay

401 SR

953 LR

451 SR

911 LR

Baker

Nassau

Clay

453 SR

703 SR

909 LR

Duval/Nassau

Nassau

709 SR

74 SR

Duval

StJohn's

1031 SR

950 SR

StJohn's

Duval

1024 SR

831 SR

Duval

1022 SR

StJohn's

Nassau

992 SR

138 SR

Duval

947 LR

StJohn's

Nassau

979 SR

849 LR

Duval

1023 SR

Clay/PutnamCountyLine

EastportRoad

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

SRA1ASR200

SoutelDrive

CasanovaRoad

SR207

PhillipsHighway(US1)

CR218

SRA1ASR200

IͲ10

SR115LemTurnerRoad

SR16

AmeliaIslandParkway

Baker/ColumbiaCountyLine

IͲ295

3Ͳ21

CR739HenleyRoad

SadlerRoad

CR125

US1KingsRoadCallahan

LongBayRoad

US17SR5

IͲ295

IͲ295

GeorgiaStateLine

SR11EdgewoodAvenue

BridgeofLions

SR16

IͲ295

BuckmanBridge



atPonceDeLeonBoulevard(US 1/SR5)andatSR206 IͲ95

LongleafPineParkway

HenleyRoad(CR739)

McDuffAvenue

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

Duval/ClayCountyLine

CR208OutletMall

IͲ95

OldYuleeRoad

IͲ295



GreenbriarRoad

SR21BlandingBoulevard

CahoonRoad

HenleyRoad(CR739)

Clay/BradfordCountyLine

SouthFrancisRoad

PhilipsHighway(US1/SR5)

CardinalStreetNorthExtension

LeeRoad

atFelmorRoad

SR9B

SRA1ASR200

To

ImprovementType

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento4Lanes

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento4Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

ContextSensitiveSolutions

New6LaneRoad

Add2AuxiliaryLanes

Add2ExpressLanes

ModifyInterchange

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New4LaneRoad

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

New2LaneRoad

Widento6Lanes

RoundaboutProjects

Add2ExpressLanes

New2LaneRoad

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard

WilliamBurgessBoulevard

From

LongBayRoadExtensionNorth OldJenningsRoad

SR100

PulaskiRoad

IͲ10

US17

US1SR15NewKingsRoad

SRA1AAnastasiaBoulevard

SR313

SR9B

IͲ295

IͲ95

CR210West

CR218

US90BeaverStreet

CR218Extension

US301SR200

SR16

SR152BaymeadowsRoad

SR200YuleeBackageRoads

MonumentRoad

SR200APagesDairyRoad

IͲ295

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Name Id LocalRoad SR200WilliamBurgess 998 SR Nassau Connector

0.46 0.36 0.45 0.02 0.18 0.12 0.17 0.79 0.12 0.47 0.58

0.99 0.30 1.33 0.91 0.04 0.26 0.01 0.75 0.39

0.49

0.78

0.94

0.74

0.40

0.76

0.53

0.93

0.88

0.51

0.00

0.03

0.38

0.08

0.18

0.37

0.73

0.73

0.51

0.89

0.53

0.18

0.63

0.46

0.70

0.67

0.55

0.18

0.45

0.49

0.35

0.87

Economic Livability Score Score 0.64 0.29

0.54

0.30

0.39

0.48

0.35

0.54

0.09

1.30

0.18

0.32

0.43

0.77

0.99

0.52

0.69

0.45

0.61

0.30

0.26

0.33

0.70

0.40

0.00

0.45

0.21

0.63

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

Mobility Safety Score Score 0.00 1.00

1.51

1.52

1.52

1.53

1.56

1.56

1.60

1.61

1.61

1.62

1.65

1.67

1.70

1.70

1.73

1.73

1.75

1.76

1.78

1.79

1.80

1.80

1.81

1.82

1.84

1.85

Total Score 1.92

136

135

134

133

132

131

130

129

128

127

126

125

124

123

122

121

120

119

118

117

116

115

114

113

112

111

RankTotal Score 110




StJohn's

Clay

Clay

Nassau

Duval

Nassau

Clay

Duval

Clay

Clay

Clay

Duval

Duval

Duval

Duval

Putnam

Duval

Clay

Duval

Nassau

StJohn's

902 LR

904 LR

704 LR

49 LR

969 LR

912 LR

407 SR

450 SR

31 LR

914 LR

1017 SR

152 SR

44 LR

152B SR

505 LR

933 LR

907 LR

421 SR

402 SR

400 SR

Clay

819 LR

32 LR

StJohn's

Duval/Nassau

78 SR

811 LR

Duval

StJohn's

826 LR

82 SR

StJohn's

110 SR

Name

IͲ95

IͲ10

SR102AirportRoad

DecoyRoad

KernanBoulevard

ComfortRoad

SR101MayportRoad

GirvinRoad

SR101MayportRoad

St.Johns/FlaglerCountyLine

BakerCountyLine

AirportEntrance

US17

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

PortRoad

SR116WonderwoodDrive

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

atSR116WonderwoodDrive

IͲ295

CR209RussellRoad

LakeAsburyNorthSouthRoad 3

US17MainStreet

SR16

Clay/BradfordCountyLine

IͲ95North

PipitPlace

atIͲ95

SR13SanJoseBoulevard

South14thStreet

CR739HenleyRoad

SR220DoctorsInletRoad

9BExtension

CR315B

SR206

3Ͳ22

DuvalCountyLine

IͲ95

CR209South

SR116McCormickRoad

US17

MayportMainGate

AshleyMelisse



PecanParkRoad

CR739BSandbridgeRoad

CR315B

Clay/PutnamCountyLine

DamesPointBridge

OakleafPlantationParkway



OldSt.AugustineRoad

CR105ABuccaneerTrail

CR209RussellRoad

SR21BlandingBoulevard

NocateeParkway

US17

SR16Connector

SR200/SRA1A

IͲ295

MicklerRoad

SR313

To

ImprovementType

Add4ExpressLanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento6Lanes

Reconstruct2Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Add2NorthboundLanes

Widento5Lanes

IntersectionImprovements

Widento4Lanes

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

New2LaneRoad

NewInterchange

Widento3Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

New4LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

New6LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento6Lanes

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

PecanParkRoad

SR11EdgewoodAvenue

IntracoastalWaterway

IͲ95

From

CR315

SR100

IͲ295

TynesRoad

EastNassauConnector

HartleyRoad

AmeliaIslandParkway

CR739BSandridgeRoad

CollegeDrive

DurbinParkway

CR315

CR2209

US17MainStreet

US1SR15NewKingsRoad

PalmValleyRoad

SR16

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Id LocalRoad

0.18 0.16 0.33 0.28

0.00 0.82 0.13 0.21

0.23

0.54

0.31

0.37

0.48

0.23

0.16

0.26

0.45

0.17

0.00

0.00

0.38

0.15

0.65

0.34

0.75

0.29

0.45

0.56

0.37

0.63

0.44

0.48

0.31

0.50

0.58

0.17

0.00

0.49

0.31

0.61

0.54

0.18

0.00

0.32

0.45

0.43

0.17

0.33

0.52

0.00

0.42

0.59

Economic Livability Score Score 0.56 0.35

0.69

0.73

0.23

0.03

0.44

0.00

0.31

0.30

0.31

0.43

0.13

0.53

0.48

0.91

0.17

0.81

0.25

0.36

0.32

0.60

0.25

0.52

0.29

0.59

0.63

0.49

Mobility Score 0.59

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Safety Score 0.00

1.19

1.19

1.20

1.20

1.20

1.23

1.24

1.25

1.28

1.29

1.30

1.30

1.33

1.33

1.34

1.34

1.35

1.37

1.39

1.41

1.42

1.44

1.47

1.47

1.48

1.50

Total Score 1.50

163

162

161

160

159

158

157

156

155

154

153

152

151

150

149

148

147

146

145

144

143

142

141

140

139

138

RankTotal Score 137




StJohn's

Duval

StJohn's

Duval

Nassau

Putnam

Nassau

Nassau

Nassau

StJohn's

Nassau

Duval

Nassau

StJohn's

Duval

Duval

Duval

Baker

Duval

Duval

Duval

StJohn's

StJohn's

Duval

Duval

935 LR

802 LR

962 SR

989 LR

429 SR

977 LR

994 SR

1003 SR

827 LR

990 LR

409 SR

976 LR

131 SR

944 LR

403 SR

959 SR

404 SR

955 LR

6 SR

948 LR

844 LR

821 LR

119 SR

963 LR

Duval

833 SR

1021 LR

HartsRoad

IͲ295

HolmesBoulevard

DurbinParkway

NewBerlinRoad

BeaverStreet(US90)

TroutRiverBoulevard

IͲ10

US17MainStreet

IͲ10

JonesRoad

SR104DunnAvenue

IͲ95

CR214

atUS1SR5DixieHighway

PulaskiRoad

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

OldKingsRoad

WofCR125

atEastportRoad

Nassau/DuvalCountyLine

PritchardRoad

SR313

CardinalAvenue

CardinalStreetNorth Extension

US1SR5DixieHighway

US1NewKingsRoad

WilliamBurgessBoulevard

MentoriaͲWilliamBurgess Connector

IͲ295

St.JohnsParkway

IͲ295

SR9B

3Ͳ23

FourMileRoad



YellowBluffRoad

CahoonRoad

US23NewKingsRoad

WofSR121



US301

US90BeaverStreet

InternationalGolfParkway

SR200YuleeBackageRoads

NorthofTroutRiver

HarperChapelRoad

BartramParkBoulevard



RadioAvenue

HamiltonStreet

WestofDunnCreekBridge

DoveRoadExtension



LeoMaguireParkway

CahoonRoadSouth

St.JohnsParkway

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

BlackrockRoad

To

ImprovementType

Widento4Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

Widento6Lanes

ModifyInterchange

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Add4ExpressLanes

NewInterchange

Add4ExpressLanes

IntersectionImprovements

Widento6Lanes

New2LaneRoad

Add4ExpressLanes

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

Overpass

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

New2LaneRoad

ModifyInterchange

New2LaneRoad

Widento5Lanes

Widento6Lanes

Widento3Lanes

New2LaneRoad

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

atUS17SR5andRailroadTracks

RacetrackRoad

SR200Overpass

VegasBoulevard

US17SR5

GoodbreadRoad Reconstruction

US17PowerlineCorridor

CR309(Satsuma)

HarperChapelRoad

atIͲ95

CR16A

HammondBoulevard

RacetrackRoad

PenmanRoad

CommodorePointDrive

From

US17SR15

HarperChapelExtension

SR115SouthsideBoulevard

CR16AExtension

RamonaBoulevard

SR9BExtension

FloridaBoulevard

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Name Id LocalRoad CommodorePointDrive 996 LR Nassau Extension

0.44 0.45 0.61 0.33 0.36 0.36 0.21 0.45 0.53 0.55 0.20 0.35 0.55

0.31 0.34 0.10 0.11 0.05 0.57 0.28 0.16 0.07 0.68 0.11 0.16

0.35

0.09 0.64

0.37

0.31 0.72

0.35

0.48

0.33

0.19

0.41

0.72

0.05

0.46

0.30

0.05

0.75

0.28

0.06

0.34

0.60

0.17

0.33

0.29

0.94

0.41

0.30

Economic Livability Score Score 0.00 0.17

0.22

0.48

0.07

0.34

0.27

0.24

0.20

0.58

0.55

0.61

0.10

0.30

0.00

0.65

0.00

0.60

0.71

0.00

0.00

0.32

0.00

0.39

0.12

0.22

0.54

0.46

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Mobility Safety Score Score 0.00 1.00

0.93

0.94

0.94

0.95

0.96

0.97

0.98

0.98

1.02

1.04

1.04

1.06

1.08

1.09

1.09

1.10

1.11

1.11

1.12

1.13

1.13

1.14

1.14

1.15

1.16

1.17

Total Score 1.17

190

189

188

187

186

185

184

183

182

181

180

179

178

177

176

175

174

173

172

171

170

169

168

167

166

165

RankTotal Score 164




Duval

Duval

Clay

932 LR

949 LR

913 LR

Nassau

707 SR

Clay

Duval

37 LR

13 LR

Duval

1019 LR

Duval

83 SR

StJohn's

Putnam

452 SR

1025 LR

Putnam

965 SR

Putnam

Duval

971 LR

428 SR

Putnam

503 LR

StJohn's

Duval

942 LR

810 LR

Duval

Duval

97 LR

701 SR

Duval

940 SR

StJohn's

Duval

85 LR

825 LR

Clay

StJohn's

14 LR

843 LR

Duval

StJohn's

851 LR

1016 LR

Nassau

Duval

973 LR

2 LR

Name

YellowBluffRoad OakleafPlantationParkway

NewBerlinRoad

OakleafVillageParkway Extension

OldMiddleburgRoadS

OakleafVillageParkwayExtension

CheswickOakAvenue Extension

CollinsRoad

Nassau/DuvalCountyLine

SR105HeckscherDrive

MelsonAvenue

WestofCR214KingStreet

WestofDunnCreekBridge

CR210

IͲ295

PomonaPark/FeagleAvenue

SR19

SR228NormandyBoulevard

BuffaloRoadwest

US17SR5MainStreet

SR102AirportRoad

PalmValleyRoad

IͲ295

US17

EastportRoad

McDuffAvenue/5thStreet

DixieHighway/PellicerLane

US17SR15

CR2209

US1SR15NewKingsRoad

US17SR15

SR19Connector

ChaffeeRoad

BuffaloRoad

DuvalStationRoad

SR243JIAAccessRoad

MicklerRoad

PulaskiRoad/StarrattRoad

US1SR15NewKingsRoad

West12thStreet

SR104DunnAvenue

SR21BlandingBoulevard

CollegeDriveExtension

atCR210

LenoxAvenue

3Ͳ24

OakleafVillageParkway

CedarPointRoad

ShindlerDrive

CheswickOakAvenue

HartsRoad

PulaskiRoad

HuronStreet

SR207

HorseLandingRoad

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

OldKingsRoad

CR309(Satsuma)

PutnamCountyBoulevard

CrystalSpringsRoad

Buffaloeast

StarrattRoad

PecanParkRoad

SRA1A

DuvalStationRoad

IͲ295

US23NewKingsRoad

CheswickOakAvenue



US90BeaverStreet

RacetrackRoad

GreenPineRoad

NewBerlinRoad(north)

To

ImprovementType

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New4LaneRoad

IntersectionImprovements

Widento3Lanes

Widento3Lanes

Resurface2Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New6LaneRoad

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New4laneroad/bridge

Widento5Lanes

New2LaneBridge

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New3LaneRoad/Bridge

New4LaneRoad

NewInterchange

Reconstruct2Lanes

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

DurbinParkway/9BExtension

SRA1ASR200

IͲ295

From

NorfolkSouthernRailroad Overpass

CR2209

CahoonRoad

RacetrackRoadConnector

ChesterRoad

AltaDrive/YellowBluffRoad

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Id LocalRoad

0.18 0.27 0.27 0.19 0.43 0.38 0.23 0.35 0.35

0.22 0.13 0.14 0.14 0.09 0.26 0.18 0.25 0.11

0.01

0.17

0.34

0.25

0.15

0.06

0.18

0.00

0.35

0.31

0.35

0.04

0.40

0.22

0.20

0.26

0.25

0.00

0.48

0.19

0.20

0.14

0.40

0.06

0.18

0.38

0.27

0.14

0.14

0.17

0.05

0.07

0.50

0.16

Economic Livability Score Score 0.20 0.41

0.44

0.22

0.24

0.44

0.18

0.05

0.23

0.02

0.15

0.35

0.27

0.30

0.30

0.32

0.53

0.06

0.13

0.25

0.13

0.27

0.39

0.51

0.61

0.44

0.64

0.22

Mobility Score 0.29

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Safety Score 0.00

0.62

0.62

0.63

0.64

0.64

0.64

0.65

0.66

0.67

0.67

0.68

0.69

0.70

0.72

0.72

0.72

0.75

0.76

0.81

0.81

0.83

0.85

0.85

0.86

0.86

0.88

Total Score 0.90

217

216

215

214

213

212

211

210

209

208

207

206

205

204

203

202

201

200

199

198

197

196

195

194

193

192

RankTotal Score 191




Duval

Duval

123 SR

3 LR

1020 LR

Duval

StJohn's

StJohn's

801 LR

815 LR

Nassau

983 LR

StJohn's

Nassau

974 LR

850 LR

Nassau

999 SR

Nassau

Duval

425 SR

982 LR

Putnam

422 SR

Clay

Duval

954 LR

906 LR

StJohn's

812 LR

StJohn's

Nassau

708 SR

834 LR

Duval

970 LR

Nassau

Putnam

430 SR

991 LR

Putnam

423 SR

Nassau

Duval

86 SR

993 LR

Duval

956 LR

StJohn's

829 SR

Duval

StJohn's

832 SR

45 LR

Clay

903 LR

Name

ClarkRoadExtension

CR2209

CR305

MacawAvenueExtension

CR209South

VeteransParkway

DoveRoadExtension{west}

CrosbyAvenueExtension

AltaDrive

US301SR200

BrowardRoad

InternationalGolfParkway

SR206

CardinalStreet

DecoyRoad

GreenbriarRoad

HarperChapelRoadExtension

US17SR5

NewBerlinRoad(south)

US90

SR207

SRA1ASR200

PagesDairyRoadSouth Extension

BrinkhoffRoad

HarperChapelRoad

US17SR5

Duval/ClayCountyLine

Putnam/AlachuaCountyLine

DuvalStationRoad

SR16Connector

atSKingsRoad(US1)

YoungermanCircle

ClarkRoad

SR16

SR207

US17SR5

US17

3Ͳ25

LongleafPineParkway

MentoriaRoad

PinewoodDrive

IͲ295

Duval/NassauCountyLine

WildwoodDrive

SowellRoad

WilliamBurgessBoulevard

NorthofKoenLane

IͲ10

SW56thAvenue

YellowBluffRoad

InternationalGolfParkway



CollinsRoad

PomonaPark/FeagleAvenue

CR315(Interlachen)

BellRoad(EquestrianPark)

NewBerlinRoad(north)

WonderwoodDrive

SR16/CR16A

US1DixieHighway

SR220DoctorsInletRoad

To

ImprovementType

New3LaneRoad

New4LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

New2LaneRoad

Reconstruct2Lanes

New4LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

Widento6Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

New6LaneRoad

IntersectionImprovements

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento4Lanes

Widento3Lanes

New4LaneRoad

New4LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

Putnam/VolusiaCountyLine

SW56thAvenue

US301

StarrattRoad

AshleyMelisse

CR2209

SR16

US17

From

DoveRoadExtension(east)

SR200YuleeBackageRoads

US301SR200

SR20

StarrattRoad

CR2209

US301SR200

ParramoreRoadExtension

US17SR15

SR20

SR228NormandyBoulevard

YellowBluffRoad

GirvinRoad

SR16Connector

SR313

TownCenterBoulevard

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Id LocalRoad

0.27 0.23 0.18 0.00 0.23

0.04 0.13 0.07 0.00 0.03

0.30

0.15

0.17

0.46

0.00

0.29

0.12

0.08

0.02

0.17

0.05

0.10

0.28

0.10

0.20

0.18

0.22

0.21

0.34

0.02

0.18

0.24

0.09

0.24

Ͳ0.08

0.34

0.21

0.28

0.03

0.16

0.26

0.08

0.24

0.37

0.09

0.00

0.26

0.14

0.26

0.33

0.00

0.19

0.32

0.06

Economic Livability Score Score 0.24 0.27

0.05

0.34

0.10

0.00

0.07

0.21

0.00

0.00

0.02

0.04

0.21

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.28

0.26

0.11

0.09

0.14

0.18

0.25

0.22

0.18

0.09

0.17

0.24

0.20

Mobility Score 0.08

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Safety Score 0.00

0.31

0.34

0.35

0.36

0.37

0.39

0.40

0.41

0.41

0.44

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.46

0.48

0.49

0.49

0.50

0.51

0.51

0.51

0.52

0.53

0.55

0.57

0.58

0.58

Total Score 0.58

245

244

243

242

241

240

239

238

237

236

235

234

233

232

231

230

229

228

227

226

225

224

223

222

221

220

219

RankTotal Score 218




Duval

Nassau

StJohn's

StJohn's

952 LR

995 LR

816 LR

818 LR

Nassau

StJohn's

710 LR

814 LR

Nassau

Nassau

Nassau

Nassau

Baker

Nassau

Nassau

Clay

Nassau

Nassau

StJohn's

Nassau

Nassau

984 LR

980 LR

1001 LR

720 LR

987 LR

501 LR

915 LR

986 LR

997 LR

839 SR

1000 LR

1002 LR

Duval

Nassau

985 LR

1 LR

975 LR

Clay

Nassau

988 LR

46 LR

StJohn's

813 LR

Duval

Duval

1010 LR

1032 SR

Duval

939 LR

Name

GoodbreadCircle BradyPointRoad

BradyPointͲClements Connector

atUS1SR5DixieHighway

WoodbrigdeParkway

FloraParkeBoulevard

NS3

HamiltonStreetExtension

SR313

FloraParkeͲWalͲMart Connector WoodbridgeParkway Extension

LakeAsburyEastWest1

LicenseRoad

ChesterRoad

PagesDairyRoadEast Extension

ConcourseLoopRoad

SouthMacClenny

3Ͳ26

ClementsRoad





ClementsRoad

WalmartSupercenter

CR209RussellRoad

AmeliaConcourse

BlackrockRoad

EastBaldwin

O'NeilScottRoad

ParliamentDrive

ArrigoBoulevard BarnwellRoad

SR200APagesDairyRoad

US17SR5

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

NewInterchange

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

FutureCorridor

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

New2LaneRoadandRoundabout

New2LaneRoadandRoundabout

New4LaneRoad

NorthofNewBerlinRoad (south) SR200APagesDairyRoad

New2LaneRoad

New4LaneRoad

New4LaneRoad

New2LaneBridge

New2LaneRoad

New4LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

New4LaneRoad

New4LaneRoad

New2LaneRoad

Widento4Lanes

IntersectionImprovements/Add1 Lane

New2LaneRoad

ImprovementType

WilliamBurgessBoulevard

SR16

SR207CR305

AvantRoad

ZionCourt

GeneLassereBoulevard

IͲ10/US90ParallelReliever

GeneLassereBoulevard Extension US17PagesDairyConnector w/roundabout ArrigoͲParliament Reconnection BarnwellͲ0'NeilScott Connector

SR105ZooParkway

SpringMeadowAvenue

CardinalStreetSouth Extension

AltaDriveRealignment

US17

CR214

HendricksRoad

AbacoIslandDrive

CR214

BaldwinBypass NorthofBaldwin

BaldwinBypass SouthofBaldwin CR208

CR204

CR208

HamptonClubWay

JIANorthAccessRoad



PecanParkRoad

To

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

SR206

SR16

ChristianWay

BraddockBoulevard

atGreenlandRoad

SR115LemTurnerRoad

From

GovernorsParkRoad

CR2209

LoftonCreekCrossing

AbacoIslandDriveExtension

CR2209

US301SR200

CR305

CR2209

ChristianWayExtension

PecanParkRoad

OldSt.AugustineRoad

BraddockParkway

Table3Ͳ2.RoadCapacityNeedsinRankedOrder Map Stateor County Id LocalRoad

0.22 0.17 0.19

0.01 0.05 0.01

0.17 0.17

0.01 0.00

0.17

0.17

0.00

0.00

0.18

0.17 0.00

0.00

0.17

0.02

0.18

0.18

0.02

0.00

0.19

0.01

0.19

0.20

0.00

0.00

0.18

0.18 0.02

0.01

0.20

0.19

0.02

0.17

0.17

0.00

0.04

0.17

0.00

0.01

0.18

0.07

0.19

0.19

0.01

0.04

0.20

0.08

Economic Livability Score Score 0.00 0.17

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.03

0.00

0.03

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.06

0.00

0.07

0.08

0.00

0.07

0.00

Mobility Score 0.12

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Safety Score 0.00

0.17

0.17

0.17

0.17

0.18

0.18

0.18

0.19

0.20

0.20

0.20

0.20

0.20

0.21

0.22

0.22

0.23

0.23

0.23

0.23

0.24

0.24

0.24

0.25

0.27

0.27

Total Score 0.30

272

271

270

269

268

267

266

265

264

263

262

261

260

259

258

257

256

255

254

253

252

251

250

249

248

247

RankTotal Score 246




SpoilIsland

BlountIslandBoulevard Extension

1006 LR

Nassau

Baker/Duval

Duval/Nassau

36 LR

91 LR

88 LR

Duval

TampaBay

Baker/Clay/Duval FutureCorridorInitiative

NorthernOuterBeltway

OuterLoopFacility

EastNassauConnector

IͲ10

SR228NormandyBoulevard

IͲ95

IͲ95

3Ͳ27

SR228NormandyBoulevard

ChesterRoad

JAXPORT

NortheastFlorida

CommerceCenter



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New2LaneBridge

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New2LaneRoad

NewInterchange

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

SR23FirstCoastExpressway

721 LR

CecilFieldConnector

Duval

From atDurbinParkway

972 LR

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StJohn's

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0.17 0.02 Ͳ0.17 Ͳ0.30

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0.17

0.00 0.00

0.17

0.00

Economic Livability Score Score 0.00 0.17

0.03

0.04

0.01

0.00

0.00

0.00

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0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

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Ͳ0.25

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0.03

0.17

0.17

0.17

Total Score 0.17

279

278

277

273

273

273

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PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

  

STRATEGICINTERMODALSYSTEMFUNDEDPROJECTS S OPHISTICATEDTOLLINGSYSTEMSARECOMINGTO N ORTH F LORIDATOOFFERMOTORISTS COMPETITIVETRAVELCHOICES . ThesuccessofexpresslanesinSouthFloridawillbe broughttoNorthFloridatoenhancetraveltimes, improvesystemreliabilityandensurewegetthemost fromourtransportationsystem.Toaddressescalating congestionwithinourInterstateSystemhighwaysand otherexpressways,laneswillbeconstructedthatwill allowtravelerstopayasmallfeetoreceiveahigher operatingspeedandgreaterreliability.Thetollswillbe collectedusingSunPass®transponders.

Inotherregions,oncecommutersexperiencethereliable andcongestionͲfreeride,theywanttousetheexpress lanesasmuchaspossible. InadditiontotheexpresslaneprojectsontheInterstate System,twoauxiliarylaneswillbeaddedonSR9Bfrom US1PhillipsHighwaytoIͲ295. ThefollowingtablesummarizestheCostFeasiblePlan projects. 



3Ͳ33 


Duval             Nassau      Duval                 

IͲ10                  IͲ10Total IͲ295                 

  

  

   



 

  



  

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403   Nassau/DuvalCountyLine     406 US301   432 IͲ295     402 41 Baker/NassauCountyLine       1022 IͲ95South  57 SR13SanJoseBoulevard      431 US17RooseveltBoulevard     410 SR134103rdStreet    

39 40

ID US301     SR23FirstCoastExpressway   IͲ95     Nassau/DuvalCountyLine      SR13SanJoseBoulevard(BuckmanBridge)  WofUS17RooseveltBoulevard(BuckmanBridge)      SR134103rdStreet     IͲ10    

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ImprovementType Design ROW ENV CST Total ENV CST Total Design PDE ROW CST Total Design ROW ENV CST Total  CST Total Design PDE ROW ENV CST Total Design PDE ROW CST Total Design PDE ROW CST Total

Phase



3Ͳ34

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County

Facility

Table3Ͳ3.StrategicIntermodalSystemProjects

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

Years 2019Ͳ2020 $3.10    $3.10              $3.10 $1.00 $1.00                

Years 2021Ͳ2025  $4.65   $4.65         $0.30    $0.30 $4.96   $6.40 $0.98    $7.38      $15.11 $0.98   $16.09

Years 2026Ͳ2030      $3.80 $153.07 $156.87  $3.09   $3.09  $1.10   $1.10 $161.06     $33.21 $3.00 $228.69 $264.90        $81.51 $117.65 $199.15

Years 2031Ͳ2040   $1.00 $97.58 $98.58    $7.90  $12.52 $709.10 $729.52   $1.00 $6.15 $7.15 $835.25         $9.85 $1.48 $17.00 $75.00 $103.33     

22ͲYear Total $3.10 $4.65 $1.00 $97.58 $106.34 $3.80 $153.07 $156.87 $7.90 $3.09 $12.52 $709.10 $732.60 $0.30 $1.10 $1.00 $6.15 $8.55 $1,004.37 $1.00 $1.00 $6.40 $0.98 $33.21 $3.00 $228.69 $272.27 $9.85 $1.48 $17.00 $75.00 $103.33 $15.11 $0.98 $81.51 $117.65 $215.24


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411 IͲ10     409 SouthofUS1NewKingsRoad     408 NorthofTroutRiver     407 IͲ95NorthInterchange   121 SR113SouthsideConnector     1023 SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard  964 atUS17RooseveltBoulevardtoWellsRoad     418 42 Duval/St.JohnsCountyLine    434 IͲ295    

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Facility

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    IͲ295    SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard    

3Ͳ35

SouthofUS1NewKingsRoad     NorthofTroutRiver     IͲ95NorthInterchange     DamesPointBridge/SR105HeckscherDrive   SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard     SR9B 

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ImprovementType

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

Design PDE ROW CST Total Design PDE ROW CST Total Design PDE ROW CST Total ENV CST Total Design ROW ENV CST Total CST Total Design ROW CST Total  ROW ENV CST Total Design ROW ENV CST Total

Phase

Years 2019Ͳ2020                   $11.86    $11.86 $1.00 $1.00     $13.86 $21.86   $21.86     

Years 2021Ͳ2025                    $29.46 $3.00 $185.86 $218.32   $3.93 $6.18 $34.55 $44.66 $286.45  $4.28 $59.24 $63.52     

Years 2026Ͳ2030 $4.93 $0.54   $5.47 $2.70 $0.42   $3.12  $1.16   $1.16 $3.23  $3.23            $477.01     $44.87 $28.17   $73.04

Years 2031Ͳ2040   $22.56 $101.29 $123.86   $6.86 $44.65 $51.51 $7.42  $31.92 $131.32 $170.66  $238.78 $238.78            $688.13       $3.00 $615.63 $618.63

22ͲYear Total $4.93 $0.54 $22.56 $101.29 $129.32 $2.70 $0.42 $6.86 $44.65 $54.63 $7.42 $1.16 $31.92 $131.32 $171.81 $3.23 $238.78 $242.00 $11.86 $29.46 $3.00 $185.86 $230.18 $1.00 $1.00 $3.93 $6.18 $34.55 $44.66 $1,465.46 $21.86 $4.28 $59.24 $85.37 $44.87 $28.17 $3.00 $615.63 $691.67


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Facility

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SR10AtlanticBoulevard             St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine   IͲ295   

To

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Add4ExpressLanes     ModifyInterchange     ModifyInterchange   Add4ExpressLanes   Add2AuxiliaryLanes   

ImprovementType

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

Design ROW ENV CST Total Design PDE ROW CST Total Design CST Total CST Total Total CST Total  

Phase

Years 2019Ͳ2020                $21.86 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $39.82

Years 2021Ͳ2025      $5.24 $0.66   $5.90 $0.75 $7.50 $8.25 $139.18 $139.18 $216.85    $508.26

Years 2026Ͳ2030 $43.12 $35.22   $78.34   $7.70 $77.00 $84.70      $236.08    $874.16

Years 2031Ͳ2040   $1.00 $492.50 $493.50           $1,112.13    $2,635.50

22ͲYear Total $43.12 $35.22 $1.00 $492.50 $571.84 $5.24 $0.66 $7.70 $77.00 $90.60 $0.75 $7.50 $8.25 $139.18 $139.18 $1,586.91 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $4,057.74


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OTHERFEDERALLYANDSTATEFUNDEDPROJECTS T HEOTHERFEDERALANDSTATEROADWAYSPROVIDEIMPORTANTCONNECTIONSBETWEENLAND USES , SERVELOCALTRIPS , CARRYBUSES , ACCOMMODATEBICYCLEANDPEDESTRIANSANDPROVIDE ACCESSTO S TRATEGIC I NTERMODAL S YSTEMROADS . Theneedtoprovidesafe,convenientandeffective mobilityforallpersonswasidentifiedthroughoutour region.Majorprojectsidentifiedforfundingwithinthis programincludesconstructingnewroads,wideningand reconstructingcorridors,improvingintersectionsand modifyinginterchanges.Thefollowingtablessummarize theCostFeasiblePlanforroadcapacityprojectsthatare notpartoftheStrategicIntermodalSystem.  

Roadsdon’tjustserveautomobiles.Allroadprojectson arterialswillincludenewsidewalksandbicyclelanes wherepractical.Roadsprovidebuseswithaccessto morepersonsandallowthemtoofferbetterqualityof servicethroughmorereliabletraveltimesandreduced congestion.Thesemultimodalelementsarediscussedin PartFourofthisreport.Operationalissuesarediscussed inPartFive.



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County Duval    Duval  Duval     Duval  Duval            Clay         

 

MapId From 454 atIͲ295      41450 NorthofFullerWarrenBridge  941 OldKingsRoad         10045 SR109UniversityBoulevard  103 SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard        966 atSR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard        96750 SR152BaymeadowsRoad  106 CR218         908 US17       



 SR15AOakridgeAvenue     ShandsBridge    

   

   SR104DunnAvenue  US23NewKingsRoad     SR10AtlanticBoulevard  US90BeachBoulevard    

To

Phase PE ROW CST Total PE Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total



ImprovementType ModifyInterchange    Add4ExpressLanes  IntersectionImprovements     Widento6Lanes  Widento6Lanes     ModifyInterchange     Underpass  Widento4Lanes     Widento4Lanes    

  

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 44 Whereprojectsareidentifiedascandidatesforcontextsensitivesolutions,theestimatesarebasedontheimprovementtypeshown. 45 ProjectisincludedforPEphasesonlysothatpreliminaryengineeringcanbepreparedtodeterminethedetailedscopeandcostsforthisproject. 3Ͳ38 

Facility IͲ10    IͲ95  SR104DunnAvenue     SR115ArlingtonExpressway  SR115SouthsideBoulevard            SR16              

Table3Ͳ4.OtherStateandFederalHighwayCapacityProjects44 Years 2021Ͳ2025                                   

 

Years 2019Ͳ2020                                   



Years 2026Ͳ2030       $0.80 $0.80 $0.16 $3.82 $5.57               $17.49 $4.37 $4.37 $60.36 $86.59 $12.08 $3.02 $3.02 $54.38 $72.50



Years 2031Ͳ2040 $26.07 $119.32 $122.25 $267.64 $100.00 $100.00      $20.00 $20.00 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $17.05 $19.29 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $55.62 $57.86 $12.99 $12.99    $23.43 $23.43     

22ͲYear Total $26.07 $119.32 $122.25 $267.64 $100.00 $100.00 $0.80 $0.80 $0.16 $3.82 $5.57 $20.00 $20.00 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $17.05 $19.29 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $55.62 $57.86 $12.99 $12.99 $17.49 $4.37 $4.37 $83.78 $110.02 $12.08 $3.02 $3.02 $54.38 $72.50




Facility SR16     SR200     SR207     SR21BlandingBoulevard  SR243JIANorthAccessRoad  SR312     SR313         SRA1A         



County St.Johns     Nassau     St.Johns     Clay  Duval  St.Johns     St.Johns         Nassau     

 

MapId From 835 InternationalGolfParkway         981 IͲ95        113 IͲ95        114 SR16  701 SR102AirportRoad  115 US1/SR5DixieHighway        831 SR207      832 SR16        706 SouthFletcherAvenue          

Table3Ͳ4.OtherStateandFederalHighwayCapacityProjects44

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To SouthFrancisRoad     Fernandina     SouthHolmesBoulevard     CR215BlandingBoulevard  PecanParkRoad  SRA1A     SR16    US1DixieHighway     AmeliaIslandParkway     



ImprovementType Widento4Lanes     IntersectionImprovements     Widento6Lanes     Widento4Lanes  Widento4Lanes  Widento6Lanes     New6LaneRoad    New4LaneRoad     TurnLaneImprovements     

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Phase PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total CST Total CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total 



Years 2019Ͳ2020 $0.61 $0.61 $0.12 $5.32 $6.66             $12.04 $12.04      $18.85 $2.23 $45.47 $66.55           



Years 2021Ͳ2025                $47.25 $47.25 $31.12 $31.12          $3.62 $31.37   $34.99      



Years 2026Ͳ2030                              $20.29 $2.86 $40.07 $63.22      

Years 2031Ͳ2040      $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $12.99 $15.23 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $51.56 $53.80     $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $45.47 $47.71          $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $4.87 $7.11

22ͲYear Total $0.61 $0.61 $0.12 $5.32 $6.66 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $12.99 $15.23 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $51.56 $53.80 $47.25 $47.25 $43.16 $43.16 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $45.47 $47.71 $18.85 $2.23 $45.47 $66.55 $3.62 $51.66 $2.86 $40.07 $98.21 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $4.87 $7.11




Facility SRA1A                US1SR5PhilipsHighway            US17    US17MainStreet    US1BSanMarcoAvenue    

MapId From 151 SR116WonderwoodDrive           1008 atRedCox/CoquinaRd        800 MicklerRoad            Duval 94 SR9B             95 IͲ95attheAvenues            St.Johns 845 atCR210   Clay 1037 GovernorStreet         Duval 1017 NewBerlinRoad         St.Johns 1030 BridgeofLions           

County Duval      St.Johns    

Table3Ͳ4.OtherStateandFederalHighwayCapacityProjects44

 HavenAvenue    PecanParkRoad    SR16     3Ͳ40

To NavalStationMayportNorthGate      (blank)     PalmValleyRoad     IͲ295     SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard    

ImprovementType Widento4Lanes*      IntersectionImprovements     Widento4Lanes     Widento6Lanes     Widento6Lanes     ModifyInterchange  ContextSensitiveSolutions    Widento4Lanes    ContextSensitiveSolutions    

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Phase PE ROW ENV CST Total  PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total CST Total PE ENV CST Total PE ROW CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total

Years 2019Ͳ2020       $0.61 $0.61 $0.12 $2.90 $4.24                  $4.42 $1.29 $25.33 $31.04         

Years 2021Ͳ2025                           $43.20 $43.20     $8.91 $58.05 $44.55 $111.51     

Years 2026Ͳ2030            $7.63 $3.98 $0.80 $38.16 $50.56                         

Years 2031Ͳ2040 $0.20 $1.02 $0.20 $4.87 $6.29            $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $12.99 $15.23 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $12.99 $15.23           $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $15.02 $17.26

$0.1 $0.61 $0.12 $2.90 $4.24 $7.63 $3.98 $0.80 $38.16 $50.56 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $12.99 $15.23 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $12.99 $15.23 $43.20 $43.20 $4.42 $1.29 $25.33 $31.04 $8.91 $58.05 $44.55 $111.51 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $15.02 $17.26

22ͲYear Total $0.20 $1.02 $0.20 $4.87 $6.29


St.Johns     Regional  Duval  Nassau     

County



  

  

From

7946 US1Alt.MLKJr.Parkway  427 atUS17     

1029 US1PoncedeLeonBoulevard     (BoxedFunds)

MapId

    

 SR109UniversityBoulevard 

AvenidaMenendez    

To ContextSensitiveSolutions     BicycleandPedestrian  New6LaneBridgeandTransit  IntersectionImprovements     

ImprovementType

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 46 ProjectisincludedforPEphasesonlysothatpreliminaryengineeringcanbepreparedtodeterminethedetailedscopeandcostsforthisproject. 3Ͳ41 





**$40millionisprogrammedbyDuvalCountyandthefundingisshownunderlocallyfundedprojects.Theprojectisincludedinthistablesinceitislocatedonastateroute.

*Projectsidentifiedascandidatesforcontextsensitivesolutions.

Facility  US1BKingStreet     BicycleandPedestrian  SR115MathewsBridge**  SRA1ASR200     Total

Table3Ͳ4.OtherStateandFederalHighwayCapacityProjects44

PE ROW ENV CST Total CST Total PE Total PE ROW ENV CST Total        

    

$122.33

$1.82 $1.82       

    

$273.13

$5.06 $5.06       

    

$284.40

$5.96 $5.96

22ͲYear Total $1.02 $1.02 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $0.20 $6.90 $6.90 $9.14 $9.14 $13.95 $26.79 $13.95 $26.79 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1.02 $1.02 $1.02 $1.02 $0.20 $0.20 $4.87 $4.87 $7.11 $7.11 $709.21 $1,389.08

Years Years Years Years Phase 2019Ͳ2020 2021Ͳ2025 2026Ͳ2030 2031Ͳ2040




County Duval     Clay     St.Johns         Duval  St.Johns  Duval/Nassau  Regional  Duval   13

  

To NorthofNewBerlinRoad(south)     SavannahGlenBoulevard     CR210  SR23FirstCoastExpressway  SR16Connector  InternationalGolfParkway   ArnoldRoad  BartramSprings  US1KingsRoad/Callahan 

2331 Total   

From SR105ZooParkway     OakleafPlantationParkway     SR23FirstCoastExpressway  SR16Connector  InternationalGolfParkway  SR16   LannieRoad  BartramParkBoulevard  IͲ295  (BoxedFunds)

 

7447

828

1033

810 Total 811 Total 812 Total 815 

  

MapId 1   

ImprovementType New4LaneRoad     New4LaneRoad     New6LaneRoad  New6LaneRoad  New6LaneRoad  New4LaneRoad   New2LaneRoad  Widento4Lanes  Widento4Lanes  TSM&OProjects  FerrySlipReplacement  

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 47 ProjectisincludedforPEphasesonlysothatpreliminaryengineeringcanbepreparedtodeterminethedetailedscopeandcostsforthisproject. 48 ThisisthelocalmatchtotheFederalPassengerFerryProgramGrantwhichwasauthorizedforcapacityimprovementsbutisnotobligated. 3Ͳ42 

52F52F

Facility AltaDriveRealignment     CheswickOakAvenueExtension     CR2209         NationalCemeteryRoad  RaceTrackRoad  SR115LemTurnerRoad  TSM&OProjects  SRA1ASt.JohnsFerry 48  GrandTotal   

Table3Ͳ5.TransportationManagementAreasFundProjects Phase PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total CST Total CST Total CST Total PE CST Total CST Total CST Total PE Total CST Total CST  

2019Ͳ2020           $19.36 $19.36 $7.26 $7.26            $2.18 $2.18   $28.80

2021Ͳ2025 $4.32 $0.68 $0.14 $2.24 $7.37        $10.80 $10.80        $40.50 $40.50   $6.61 $6.61 $6.62 $6.62 $71.90

2026Ͳ2030    $21.85 $21.85 $12.08 $0.80 $0.16 $15.71 $28.75     $19.08 $19.08          $2.22 $2.22   $71.89

2031Ͳ2040         $55.87 $55.87       $4.87 $24.36 $29.23 $34.51 $34.51   $1.00 $1.00 $23.20 $23.20   $143.81

22ͲYear Total $4.32 $0.68 $0.14 $24.09 $29.22 $12.08 $0.80 $0.16 $71.57 $84.61 $19.36 $19.36 $18.06 $18.06 $19.08 $19.08 $4.87 $24.36 $29.23 $34.51 $34.51 $40.50 $40.50 $1.00 $1.00 $34.21 $34.21 $6.62 $6.62 $316.40


Clay   St.Johns   St.Johns     

1027   1025   827     

CosmosAvenue   SR207   St.JohnsParkway     

PineTreeLane   CR214KingStreet   BartramParkBoulevard     

To



 49 LocalmatchforTRIPfundingisalsoshowninthelocallyfundedprojectssummary.

CR218   DixieHighway/PellicerLane   RaceTrackRoad   FundTotals  GrandTotal  

Table3Ͳ6.TransportationRegionalIncentivesProgram(TRIP) Facility County ID From

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Widento4Lanes   Reconstruct2LanesandWidentoaddSidewalksandBikeLanes   Widento4Lanes     

ImprovementType

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Total

Total CST

Total CST

CST 37F42F53F53F

TRIP TRIPLocalMatch

TRIP TRIPLocalMatch

   $0.70 $0.70 $1.40

$0.70 $0.70 $1.40    $5.40 $5.40 $10.80

$3.12 $3.12 $6.24 $2.28 $2.28 $4.56

$5.39 $8.25 $13.64

$5.39 $8.25 $13.64

$7.15 $75.66 $82.80 $10.80 $75.26 $86.46

$3.65

$3.65

Years Years Years Years 2019Ͳ2020 2021Ͳ2025 2026Ͳ2030 2031Ͳ2040

TRIP  TRIPLocalMatch 49   TRIP TRIPLocalMatch

Phase FundSource

$12.16 $11.37 $23.53 $2.98 $2.98 $5.97 $7.15 $75.66 $82.80 $22.29 $90.01 $112.30

22ͲYear Total


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TOLLFUNDEDPROJECTS L EVERAGINGTOLLREVENUESTOFINANCENEWPROJECTSWILLALLOWOURREGIONTOCONSTRUCT THEFIRSTCOASTEXPRESSWAY , AREGIONALPRIORITYFORSEVERALDECADES . SR23theFirstCoastExpresswaywillbeanewmultiͲlane limitedaccesstollfacilitythatwilleventuallyconnect IͲ95innorthernSt.JohnsCountytoIͲ10inwesternDuval County.ThenorthernsectionfromSR21Blanding BoulevardinClayCountytoIͲ10inDuvalCountyis currentlyunderconstruction.Thesouthernsectionfrom IͲ95inSt.JohnsCountytoSR21BlandingBoulevardin ClayCountyiscurrentlyinthepreliminarydesignphase. TheprojectincludesanewbridgeovertheSt.Johns River. Leveragingfuturetollrevenuestofinancethisprojectof regionalsignificanceinvolvingthreecountieswill advancetheconstructionsoonerthantraditionalfunding sources. Table3Ͳ7summarizesthecomponentsofthecorridor, buttheprojectmaybeconstructedasasingleproject.

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Facility SR23FirstCoastExpressway        GrandTotal  



County MapId Clay 8202  1013  1012  41 Clay/St.Johns 8203 St.Johns 840  841  847  

Table3Ͳ7.ProjectsFundedwithTurnpike/TollRevenue From US17 atSR16 atCR739 atCR218 IͲ95 atIͲ95 atCR16A atCR2209 

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To SR21BlandingBoulevard    US17    

ImprovementType New4LaneRoad NewInterchange NewInterchange NewInterchange New6LaneRoad NewInterchange NewInterchange NewInterchange 

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Phase CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST 

Years Years Years 2019Ͳ2020 2021Ͳ2025 2026Ͳ2030  $698.08   $47.57   $47.57   $56.70   $949.48   $47.57   $47.57   $56.70  $0.00 $1,951.22 $0.00

Years 22ͲYear 2031Ͳ2040 Total  $698.08  $47.57  $47.57  $56.70  $949.48  $47.57  $47.57  $56.70 $0.00 $1,951.22


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LOCALLYANDPRIVATELYFUNDEDPROJECTS I NCLUSIONOFLOCALLYANDPRIVATELYFUNDEDPROJECTSOFREGIONALSIGNIFICANCEINTHEPLAN ISESSENTIALTOENSURINGTHEROADNETWORKISCONNECTED , EFFICIENTANDSERVESALLPEOPLE ANDJOBS . Thefollowingprojectsarefundedusinglocalrevenuesor privatecommitmentsfordevelopmentmitigation.The projectsincludewideningandreconstructionprojects, interchangeimprovementsandmajorintersection operationalimprovements. Thelistofprojectswasdevelopedcooperativelywiththe localgovernmentpartnersintheplanningprocess.

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45F56F56F

From

2 962 1034 948 949 940 102 955

IͲ295 SR115SouthsideBoulevard SR23FirstCoastExpressway PulaskiRoad YellowBluffRoad US1SR15NewKingsRoad US1SR5PhilipsHighway OldKingsRoad  ChaffeeRoad YellowBluffRoad CedarPointRoad IͲ295 IͲ95Ramps US23NewKingsRoad

NewBerlinRoad(north)

To



3Ͳ48

US301 PineTreeLane KnightBoxxRoad(endoffourlane) US17 

To

Widento4Lanes ModifyInterchange New2LaneRoad Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes* Widento4Lanes

ImprovementType

Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento6Lanes

ImprovementType

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 50 ClayCounty1stLOGT,ClayCounty9thCentGasTax,andClayCountyLocalInfrastructureSurtax. 51 LocalmatchforTRIPfunding.AmountisalsoshownintheTRIPtable. 52 DuvalCounty9thCent(DieselOnly),DuvalCountyTransitSurtaxandDuvalCountyLocalInfrastructureSurtax.

SR104DunnAvenue SR115SouthsideBoulevard TroutRiverBoulevard GrandTotal  *Projectsidentifiedascandidatesforcontextsensitivesolutions.       

AltaDrive/YellowBluffRoad IͲ95 NewWorldAvenue NewBerlinRoad 

39F4F5F5F

CR218 1026 CosmosAvenue CR218 51 1027 CosmosAvenue CR220DoctorsInletRoad 33 SR21BlandingBoulevard  34 CollegeDrive GrandTotal    Table3Ͳ9.DuvalCountyLocallyFundedRoadProjects(NonLOGT) 52 Facility ID From

8F43F54F54F

Table3Ͳ8.ClayCountyLocallyFundedRoadProjects 50 Facility ID

CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST

Phase

CST CST CST CST

Phase

 $0.00

Years 2019Ͳ2020

Years 2019Ͳ2020



Years 2026Ͳ2030  $43.14 $6.84   $40.89  $1.54 $10.49 $0.00 $102.9

Years 2021Ͳ2025      

Years Years 2021Ͳ2025 2026Ͳ2030   $3.12 $8.25 $49.76   $64.77 $52.88 $73.02

$202.68

$86.62 $86.62

Years 2031Ͳ2040 $29.44

$122.82

Years 2031Ͳ2040 $122.82

22ͲYear Total $29.44 $43.14 $6.84 $86.62 $86.62 $40.89 $1.54 $10.49 $305.58

22ͲYear Total $122.82 $11.37 $49.76 $64.77 $248.73


 

ID 1019 2 1016 972 971 1020 932 930 15 37 1021 49 73 933 1015 953 935 934 1009 101 714 715 716 960 968 9 957A 957B 957C 959 16 7 7955 WilsonBoulevard      McDuffAvenue SR109UniversityBoulevard  

To HuronStreet BurkitLane US90BeaverStreet SR23FirstCoastExpressway CrystalSpringsRoad ClarkRoad ShindlerDrive RampartRoad PineVerde PulaskiRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard OldSt.AugustineRoad GlenKernanParkway McCormickRoad SR134103rdStreet IͲ295 CahoonRoad OldMiddleburgRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR134103rdStreet    HoganRoad

ImprovementType Widento3Lanes Widento5Lanes Reconstruct2Lanes New2LaneRoad Widento5Lanes New3LaneRoad Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento3Lanes Widento3Lanes Widento3Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento6Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento4Lanes Widento5Lanes Widento3Lanes Widento3Lanes Widento3Lanes IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements Widento6Lanes IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements IntersectionImprovements NewInterchange NewInterchange Widento4Lanes New6LaneBridgeandTransit BicycleandPedestrianImprovements 

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From MelsonAvenue FayeRoad LenoxAvenue CommerceCenter SR228NormandyBoulevard BrowardRoad OldMiddleburgRoadS ShindlerDrive SR21BlandingBoulevard SR105HeckscherDrive PenmanRoad SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard SR10AtlanticBoulevard ArgyleForestBoulevard EastportRoad HammondBoulevard MorseAvenue US90BeachBoulevard CollinsRoad atGirvinRoad atHodgesBoulevard atSanPabloBoulevard GateParkway atSR10AtlanticBoulevard IͲ295 atCollinsRoad atSR134103rdStreet atCedarHillsBoulevard atEastportRoad atCollinsRoad CahoonRoad US1Alt.MartinLutherKingJr.Jr.Parkway  

42F47F58F58F

 53 AdoptedbylocalOrdinance2013Ͳ820. 54 Transithubsandtransitaccessibilityandmobilityimprovementsaresummarizedinthetransitcomponent. 55 ProjectisincludedforPEphasesonlysothatpreliminaryengineeringcanbepreparedtodeterminethedetailedscopeandcostsforthisproject. 3Ͳ49 

Facility 5thStreet(McDuffAvenuePhase3) AltaDrive CahoonRoad CecilFieldConnector ChaffeeRoad ClarkRoadExtension CollinsRoad   EastportRoad FloridaBoulevard HartleyRoad KernanBoulevard  OldMiddleburgRoad PulaskiRoad RamonaBoulevard(CrystalSpringsRoadPhase2) RickerRoad SanPabloRoad ShindlerDrive SR10AtlanticBoulevard   SR115SouthsideBoulevard  SR21BlandingBoulevard    US17MainStreet US17RooseveltBoulevard US90BeaverStreet SR115MathewsBridge Various GrandTotal     

41F46F57F57F

Table3Ͳ10.DuvalCountyLocallyFundedRoadProjectsfromLOGT 53 54 Phase CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST PE CST 

Years 2019Ͳ2020 $2.54 $10.71     $4.96 $6.41 $16.46 $14.28 $6.41 $10.16 $5.45 $20.21 $27.95 $3.73 $3.27 $11.37 $13.19 $13.79    $27.35   $7.02 $7.02 $7.02     $9.50 $228.80

Years 2021Ͳ2025   $13.77 $16.97 $40.50 $1.22               $9.27 $9.27 $9.27  $4.46 $101.50    $28.89 $48.60 $55.11  $23.50 $362.31

Years 2026Ͳ2030                                  $0.00 $0.00

Years 2031Ͳ2040                                 $40.00 $0.00 $40.00

22ͲYear Total $2.54 $10.71 $13.77 $16.97 $40.50 $1.22 $4.96 $6.41 $16.46 $14.28 $6.41 $10.16 $5.45 $20.21 $27.95 $3.73 $3.27 $11.37 $13.19 $13.79 $9.27 $9.27 $9.27 $27.35 $4.46 $101.50 $7.02 $7.02 $7.02 $28.89 $48.60 $55.11 $40.00 $33.00 $631.11




From CR214 CR208 CR204

827 St.JohnsParkway  

1025 SR207

ID 813 816 818

To CR208 SR16 SR206 CR214WestofKing Street BartramParkBoulevard 



3Ͳ50

ImprovementType New4LaneRoad New4LaneRoad New2LaneRoad Reconstruct2LanesandWidentoaddSidewalksand BikeLanes Widento4Lanes 

ImprovementType Widento4Lanes* New2LaneRoad TurnLaneImprovements* IntersectionImprovements Widento6Lanes IntersectionImprovements 

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To CR105ABuccaneerTrail AmeliaConcourse CanopyDrive HartsRoad SadlerRoad (blank) 

 56 NassauCounty1stLOGT,NassauCounty9thCentGasTaxandNassauCountySmallCountyTax. 57 St.JohnsCounty1stLOGTandSt.JohnsCounty9thCent(DieselOnly).



Facility CR2209  CR305 DixieHighway/ PellicerLane RaceTrackRoad GrandTotal    

4F49F60F60F

Table3Ͳ12.St.JohnsCountyLocallyFundedRoadProjects 57

Facility ID From AmeliaIslandParkway 704 South14thStreet ConcourseLoopRoad 501 LicenseRoad CR105ABuccaneerTrail 705 SouthFletcherAvenue US17 707 Nassau/DuvalCountyLine SR200SRA1A 703 AmeliaIslandParkway US301SR200 708 US1SKingsRoad GrandTotal   *Projectsidentifiedascandidatesforcontextsensitivesolutions. 

43F48F59F59F

 Table3Ͳ11.NassauCountyLocallyFundedRoadProjects 56

CST CST 





$2.75 

$2.75



  

Years 2031Ͳ2040 $8.47 $5.01 $2.86 $4.72  $6.03  $14.53 $10.75 $30.88

Years 2026Ͳ2030

$13.50





$32.52

 $75.66 $118.61

Years Years Years 2021Ͳ2025 2026Ͳ2030 2031Ͳ2040   $42.96  $32.52  $13.50  

Years 2021Ͳ2025        $0.00 $0.00

Years 2019Ͳ2020     

Years Phase 2019Ͳ2020 CST  CST  CST 

Phase CST CST CST CST CST CST 

$75.66 $167.38

$2.75

22ͲYear Total $42.96 $32.52 $13.50

22ͲYear Total $8.47 $5.01 $2.86 $4.72 $6.03 $14.53 $41.63


PART

FOUR

MULTIMODAL PROJECTS


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TRANSITCAPACITYPROGRAMS N EWTRANSITSYSTEMSWILLBRINGCUTTINGEDGETECHNOLOGY , INNOVATIONAND TRANSPORTATIONOPTIONSTO N ORTH F LORIDA .   Effectiveandefficientmasstransportationinourregion isanessentialelementforustobecompetitive,provide mobilityoptionsandofferthequalityoflifeourresidents desire.Newtransitsystemsincludingbusrapidtransit (BRT),commuterrailandtransitfordowntown Jacksonvillearebeingplannedthatwilltransformour region.Regionalparkandridelots,transithubsand improvementsattheSt.JohnsRiverFerryarealso included.

NEEDSPLAN Asummaryofthetransitneedswasdeveloped.The needswereidentifiedbasedonpriorstudiesincluding theJacksonvilleTransportationAuthorityandCityof Jacksonville’sMobilityPlan.Asummaryofthetransit needsareshownonFigures4Ͳ1through4Ͳ14andTable 4Ͳ1. 

Inaddition,aspartoftheActiveTransportationSection, projectsthatenhanceaccesstotransitandmobilityare discussed.

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Table4Ͳ1.TransitNeeds County MapID Baker 2301 Baker 2302 Baker 2303 Duval 2304 Duval 2305 Baker 2306 Duval 2307 Clay 2308 Clay 2310 Clay 2311 Clay 2312 Clay 2313 Clay 2314 Clay 2315 Clay 2316 Clay 2317 Clay 2318 Clay 2319 Clay 2320 Duval 2321 Duval 2322 Duval 2323 Duval 2324 Duval 2325 Duval 2326 Duval 2327 Duval 2328 Duval 2329 Duval 2330 Duval 2331 Duval 2332 Duval 2333 Duval 2334 Duval 2335 Duval 2336 Duval 2337 Duval 2338 Duval 2339 Duval 2340 Duval 2341 Duval 2342 Duval 2343 Duval 2344 Duval 2345 Duval 2346 Duval 2347 Duval 2348 Duval 2349 Duval 2350 Duval 2351 Duval 2352

Facility* WestExtension(CSX) US90 Areawide**** CenterStreet DrewStreet SouthofGlenSt.Mary YellowWaterRoad SR21BlandingBoulevard Areawide**** SR21BlandingBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard CR220DoctorsInletRoad YoungermanCircle SR21BlandingBoulevard SouthwestExtension(CSX) US17RooseveltBoulevard SR134103rdStreet SR228NormandyBoulevard US1/SR15NewKingsRoad US1 SR115SouthsideBoulevard IͲ95 Southeast(FEC) West(CSX) SRA1ASt.JohnsRiverFerry IͲ95 SRA1ASt.JohnsRiverFerry Areawide**** SRA1ASt.JohnsRiverFerry SR134103rdStreet SR21BlandingBoulevard DuvalRoad SR115LemTurnerRoad MayportRoad US90BeachBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard US17RooseveltBoulevard SRA1A SRA1ASt.JohnsRiverFerry SRA1ASt.JohnsRiverFerry SRA1ASt.JohnsRiverFerry FivePoints/Core/Brooklyn Southbank/SanMarco DowntownͲSportsComplex FivePoints/Core/Brooklyn LaVilla/Core Riverside/Avondale

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PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan ImprovementType/Mode Streetcar** Streetcar** TransportationCenter CommuterRail CommuterRail CommuterRail ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots CommuterRail ExpressBusService FerryService LocalBusService ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots LocalBusService CommuterRail LocalBusService ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots ParkandRideLots BRT ParkandRideLots BRT ParkandRideLots


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PRIORITIZATIONPROCESS PRIORITIZATIONSYSTEM Thetransitcapacityneedsidentifiedaspartofthe planningprocesswereprioritizedbasedonthefollowing criteria: ƒ

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FundSource StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch  StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total FTAPassengerFerryGrant Total



Years 2019Ͳ2020          $12.07 $4.02 $16.09       $24.50 $8.17 $32.67 $17.24 $5.75 $22.99     



Years 2021Ͳ2025 $37.97 $12.66 $50.63 $17.22 $5.74 $22.96 $31.39 $10.46 $41.85    $18.23 $6.08 $24.30 $12.35 $4.12 $16.47          $6.62 $6.62

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Years 2026Ͳ2030       $11.37 $3.79 $15.16                $114.69 $38.23 $152.93  



22ͲYear Total $37.97 $12.66 $50.63 $17.22 $5.74 $22.96 $42.76 $14.25 $57.01 $12.07 $4.02 $16.09 $18.23 $6.08 $24.30 $12.35 $4.12 $16.47 $24.50 $8.17 $32.67 $17.24 $5.75 $22.99 $265.83 $88.61 $354.44 $6.62 $6.62

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Phase CAP   CAP   CAP   CAP   StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total 

FundSource StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total StateandFederalTransit TransitLocalMatch Total    $9.26 $3.09 $12.34 $84.10

Years 2019Ͳ2020            

   

Years 2026Ͳ2030 $45.91 $15.30 $61.22          $30.38  $10.13     $238.76 $229.30

Years 2021Ͳ2025       $26.58 $8.86 $35.44   

   



$467.79

Years 2031Ͳ2040    $129.41 $43.14 $172.55    $70.29 $23.43 $93.73

$30.38 $10.13 $41.49 $9.26 $3.09 $12.34 $1,019.95

22ͲYear Total $45.91 $15.30 $61.22 $129.41 $43.14 $172.55 $26.58 $8.86 $35.44 $70.29 $23.43 $93.73

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Years Years Years Years 22ͲYear FundSource ImprovementType 2019Ͳ2020 2021Ͳ2025 2026Ͳ2030 2031Ͳ2040 Total 64 FTAPassengerFerryGrant  FerrySlipReplacement  $6.62   $6.62 FTAPassengerFerryGrantTotal   $6.62   $6.62 StateandFederalTransit BRT $53.81 $117.16 $11.37  $182.34  CommuterRail   $114.69 $151.14 $265.83  ParkandRideLots $9.26    $9.26  Streetcar  $26.58 $45.91 $199.71 $272.20  RegionalTransportationCenter  $30.38   $30.38 StateandFederalTransitTotal  $63.07 $174.11 $171.98 $350.84 $760.00 TransitLocalMatch BRT $17.94 $39.05 $3.79  $60.78  CommuterRail   $38.23 $50.38 $88.61  ParkandRideLots $3.09    $3.09  Streetcar  $8.86 $15.30 $66.57 $90.73  RegionalTransportationCenter  $10.13   $10.13 TransitLocalMatchTotal  $21.02 $58.04 $57.33 $116.95 $253.33 GrandTotal  $84.10 $238.76 $229.30 $467.79 $1,019.95   63 Thefinaltransittechnologywillbedeterminedduringthealternativeanalysisphase. 64 OthercapitalimprovementsfortheSt.JohnsRiverFerryarealsorecommendedbutareunfundedatthistime.TheyareincludedintheLongRangePlanasillustrativeprojects:2329,DrydockandFerryRepairs,2333LongͲtermSiteImprovements,3344Relocation ofFerryOffices,and2346ShortͲtermSiteImprovements. 4Ͳ25 

  ParkandRideLots Regional     GrandTotal    Table4Ͳ3.SummaryofFundingSourceforTransit

RegionalTransportationCenter

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ImprovementType Streetcar 63           

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ACTIVETRANSPORTATIONANDCONTEXTSENSITIVE SOLUTIONS E FFECTIVEBICYCLEANDPEDESTRIANCONNECTIONSAREESSENTIALFORAVIBRANTREGION .

INTRODUCTION

NEEDSPLAN

OurPathForward2040LRTPaddressesthemobility needsofourresidents.Formany,accesstotransitand theabilitytowalktoworkorshopmaybemore importantthandriving.Ouroldergenerationsneed morechoicesforpersonalmobilitythatdonotrelyon automobilesandyoungergenerationsarechoosingmore activelifestylesthatincludebicyclesandwalking.For thesereasons,ourplanplacesanincreasedemphasison addressingtheneedsforbicyclistsandpedestriansto connectourneighborhoodswithjobs,recreationand socialservices.Thecombinationoftheseprojectsis summarizedas“ActiveTransportation”projects.

DEDICATEDBICYCLEANDPEDESTRIANPROJECTS Aspartoftheplanningprocess,weidentifiedasetof regionalbicycleandpedestrianprojectsasshownon Figures4Ͳ20through4Ͳ25andsummarizedinTable4Ͳ4. Theseneedswereidentifiedthroughanextensive coordinationprocesswiththelocalgovernmentsthat builtonthepreviouslyadoptedplansoftheNorth FloridaTPOandlocalmunicipalities. 



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Table4Ͳ4.DedicatedBicycleandPedestrianProjectNeedsbyCounty County MapId Corridor Baker 2000 SR121RailTrailCorridor Clay 2001 CecilFieldConservationCorridor Clay 2002 CR218 Clay 2003 CR220DoctorsInletRoad Clay 2004 CR220DoctorsInletRoad Clay 2005 LongBayRoad Clay 2006 OldJenningsRoad Clay 2007 US17 Clay 2009 US17RooseveltBoulevard/ParkAvenue Clay 2008 US17ParkAvenue Clay/St.Johns 2010 SR16 Duval 2012 5thStreet Duval 2013 ArlingtonRoad Duval 2014 ArlingtonRoadWest Duval 2019 BayStreet Duval 2020 BaymeadowsRoad Duval 2023 BeauclercRoad Duval 2026 BoulevardStreet Duval 2027 BowdenRoad Duval 2028 BowdenRoad Duval 2029 BroadStreet Duval 2031 CecilFieldConservationCorridor Duval 2032 ClarkRoad Duval 2033 CommonwealthAvenue Duval 2034 CSXCorridorNorth Duval 2035 DeerwoodArea Duval 2036 DowntownJacksonville Duval 2037 DowntownNeptune/AtlanticBeach Duval 2039 DuvalRoad Duval 2040 DuvalStreet Duval 2041 EastCoastGreenwayͲDuvalCountyCorridor Duval 2043 SR111EdgewoodAvenue Duval 2045 ForestStreet Duval 2046 ForsythStreet Duval 2047 GateParkwayEast Duval 2048 GateParkwaySouthEast Duval 2052 Hogan'sCreekGreenway Duval 2053 HubbardStreet Duval 2054 ImesonRoad Duval 2055 JacksonvilleBaldwin/EastCoastCorridor Duval 2056 JacksonvilleBeachArea Duval 2057 JeffersonStreet Duval 2058 KernanBoulevard Duval 2059 LauraStreet Duval 2060 LauraStreet Duval 2061 LeeStreet Duval 2062 LoneStarRoad Duval 2065 MandarinRoad Duval 2089 MaryStreet Duval 2066 McCoysCreekBoulevard/FitzgeraldStreet Duval 2067 McCoysCreekBoulevard/FitzgeraldStreet 4Ͳ35

atSherryDrive,2ndStreet,OceanStreet,CherryStreet,SRA1A AirportRoad LeeStreet St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine St.JohnsAvenue AcostaStreet MyrtleAvenue GateParkway DeerwoodParkway MarketStreet OrangeStreet CommonwealthAvenue BullsBayHighway(JacksonvilleBaldwinCorridor) at3rdAvenue,OceanStreet,2ndAvenue,South10thStreet WaterStreet SR152BaymeadowsRoad 8thStreet BayStreet WaterStreet MillCreekRoad SR13SanJoseBoulevard SanMarcoBoulevard McDuffAvenue NixonStreet

From Baker/UnionCountyLine CR218 SR16 SR21 CollegeDrive SR21BlandingBoulevard LongBayRoad atCR220(FlemingIslandArea) Palatka atKingsleyAvenue(OrangePark) KingsleyLakeDrive LaneAvenue LoneStarRoad CeseryRoad MyrtleAvenue SR115atSouthsideBoulevard IͲ295 5thStreet US1PhilipsHighway SpringParkRoad WaterStreet Duval/ClayCountyLine BrowardRoad ImesonRoad US17MainStreet/SRailLine DeerwoodParkBoulevard

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1stStreet SR116FortCarolineRoad SͲLine 8thStreet DuvalStreet SR113SouthsideConnector IͲ295 US17MainStreetBridge LelandStreet ForestStreet

AirportCenterDrive GeorgiaStreet Nassau/DuvalCountyLine PostStreet LimeStreet LeeStreet St.JohnsTownCenterBoulevard St.JohnsTownCenterBoulevard NorthRiverbank 14thStreet BaldwinRailTrail St.Johns RiverFerry(EastCoastGreenwayCorridor)

SR13SanJoseBoulevard 12thStreet SpringParkRoad SouthpointParkway 5thStreet US90BeaverStreet US17MainStreet LaneAvenue US17MainStreet/TroutRiverDrive GateParkway

SR13SanJoseBoulevard MelsonAvenue KingArthurRoad KingArthurRoad LeeStreet

Clay/DuvalCountyLine

To Baker/NassauCountyLine Duval/ClayCountyLine SR21 CollegeDrive US17 OldJenningsRoad SR23FirstCoastExpressway

ImprovementType FloridaGreenway LandTrailOpportunities FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUseTrail AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist FloridaGreenway AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist FloridaGreenwayͲ MultiͲUseTrail BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane FloridaGreenway BikeLane BikeLane MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUsePath AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane BikeLane FloridaGreenway BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane MultiͲUsePath BikeLane MultiͲUsePath BikeLane BikeLane FloridaGreenway AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane FloridaGreenway PavementMarkingsandSignage PavementMarkingsandSignage BikeLane BikeLane BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BikeLane BikeLane MultiͲUsePath




Table4Ͳ4.DedicatedBicycleandPedestrianProjectNeedsbyCounty County MapId Corridor Duval 2068 MoncriefRoad Duval 2069 MonumentRoadandSR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval 2070 MyrtleAvenue Duval 2071 NewnanStreet Duval 2073 OldKingsRoad Duval 2074 OldMiddleburgRoad Duval 2075 OldStAugustineRoad Duval 2078 RiverplaceBoulevard Duval 2080 Riverside/FivePointArea Duval 2090 SouthpointParkway Duval 2015 SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval 2016 SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval 2017 SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval 2018 SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval 2038 SR104DunnAvenue Duval 2049 SR105ZooParkway Duval 2050 SR105ZooParkway Duval 2102 SR109UniversityBoulevardNorth Duval 2103 SR109UniversityBoulevardNorth Duval 2030 SR111CassatAvenue Duval 2042 SR111EdgewoodAvenue Duval 2099 SR111TallulahAvenue Duval 2091 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 2092 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 2093 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 2094 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 2095 SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval 2044 SR126EmersonStreet Duval 2088 SR128SanJuanAvenue Duval 2051 SR13HendricksAvenue Duval 2083 SR13SanJoseBoulevard Duval 2084 SR13SanJoseBoulevard Duval 2085 SR13SanJoseBoulevard Duval 2086 SR13SanJoseBoulevard Duval 2087 SR13SanJoseBoulevard Duval 2011 SR134103rdStreet Duval 2024 SR21BlandingBoulevard Duval 2025 SR21BlandingBoulevard Duval 2079 SR211RiversideAvenue Duval 2098 SR211St.JohnsAvenue Duval 2072 SR228NormandyBoulevard Duval 2096 SRA1A Duval 2097 SRA1A Duval 2100 UNFEast Duval 2101 UNFWest Duval 2076 US1PhilipsHighway Duval 2077 US1PhilipsHighway Duval 2063 US17MainStreet Duval 2064 US17MainStreet Duval 2081 US17RooseveltBoulevard Duval 2082 US17RooseveltBoulevard 4Ͳ36

From 13thStreet SR113SouthsideBoulevard ForestStreet BayStreet SͲline HerlongRoad LoscoRoad PrudentialDrive atStocktonStreet,RossellStreet,IͲ95,St.Johns River BelfortRoad SR228HartExpressway US90BeachBoulevard KingsRoad SR228HartExpressway BiscayneAvenue BuschDrive US17MainStreet SR10AtlanticBoulevard UniversityBoulevard/CeseryBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard SR111CassatAvenue US17MainStreet AvenuesMall(US1) US1PhilipsHighway DeerwoodParkBoulevard GateParkway US1PhilipsHighway HendricksAvenue SR21BlandingBoulevard SR13SanJoseBoulevard RacetrackRoad SR152BaymeadowsRoad OldSt.AugustineRoad JulingtonCreekRoad LorettoRoad OldMiddleburgRoad BlackburnRoad HarlowBoulevard St.JohnsAvenue WoodmereStreet SR103LaneAvenue SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard St.JohnsRiverFerry KernanBoulevard IͲ295 RacetrackRoad SR115SouthsideBoulevard EastportRoad TroutRiverBridge IͲ295 Duval/ClayCountyLine

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BowdenRoad SRA1A SR228 HartExpressway US90BeachBoulevard SR109UniversityBoulevard US17MainStreet IͲ295 SRA1A Cesery Boulevard GableLane SR111EdgewoodAvenue US1/SR15NewKingsRoad 68thStreet SR10AtlanticBoulevard/RegencySquareMall BelleRiveBoulevard US90BeachBoulevard TouchtonRoad BelleRiveBoulevard US1PhilipsHighway SR211HerschelStreet SanMarcoBoulevard Downtown(Southbank) HendricksAvenue SR152BaymeadowsRoad PlummersCoveRoad SR152BaymeadowsRoad OldMiddleburgRoadNorth AppletonAvenue WilsonBoulevard ForestStreet TalbotAvenue SR111CassatAvenue SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval/NassauCountyLine UNFWest UNFEast Downtown(Southbank) SouthbankRiverwalk PecanParkRoad NewBerlinRoad EdisonAvenue ForestStreet

To GolfairBoulevard NRegencySquareBoulevard KingsRoad OrangeStreet MarthaStreet LenoxAvenue SR13SanJoseBoulevard US1MainStreet

ImprovementType BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane PavementMarkingsandSignage BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane MultiͲUsePath BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath MultiͲUsePath SidewalkImprovements SidewalkImprovements SidewalkImprovements BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BikeLane BikeLane BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath RailsͲWͲTrails BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath RailsͲWͲTrails BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath RailsͲWͲTrails




Table4Ͳ4.DedicatedBicycleandPedestrianProjectNeedsbyCounty County MapId Corridor Duval 2104 US17RooseveltBoulevard Duval 2021 US90BeachBoulevard Duval 2022 US90BeachBoulevard Duval 2105 WaterStreet Duval/Nassau 2106 JacksonvilleBaldwinCorridor Nassau 2107 8thStreet Nassau 2108 AmeliaIslandParkway Nassau 2109 AmeliaIslandParkwayPathSegment1 Nassau 2110 AmeliaIslandParkwayPathSegment2 Nassau 2111 AmeliaIslandParkwayPathSegment3 Nassau 2112 AmeliaIslandParkwayPathSegment4 Nassau 2113.1 AmeliaIslandTrialͲCentral(1stAve) Nassau 2113 AmeliaIslandTrialͲSouth(BuccaneerTrail) Nassau 2113.2 AmeliaIslandTrialͲNorth(Friendly/Clinch) Nassau 2114 AmericanBeachLoop Nassau 2115 AmericanBeachLoop Nassau 2116 AmericanBeachLoop Nassau 2117 CrandallParkwayCorridor Nassau 2118 EastCoastGreenwayͲNassauCountyCorridor Nassau 2120.1 ENCPADSAP1ͲCentral(OldYuleeVicinity) Nassau 2120.2 ENCPADSAP1ͲNorth(OwensRoadVicinity) Nassau 2120 ENCPADSAP1ͲSouth(HarperChapelVicinity) Nassau 2121 HighlandBroomStreet Nassau 2123 MaxineStreet Nassau 2124 OcklawahaTrail Nassau 2125 OrangeAvenue Nassau 2126 SimmonsConnector Nassau 2127 SR200SRA1A Nassau 2129 US17 Nassau 2119 US17/SRA1AEastCoastGreenway Nassau 2128 US301/SR200TransNassauTrailCorridor Nassau 2130 WilliamBurgessBoulevard Nassau/Duval 2122 CR121/CR119JacksonvilleBaldwinRailTrailNorthernExtensionCorridor Putnam 2131 CR216 Putnam 2132 CrossFloridaGreenwayCorridor Putnam 2133 SR100 Putnam 2134 SR20 Putnam 2135 US17 Putnam 2136 US17CrescentCity(parallelfacilities) Putnam/St.Johns 2137 SR207 St.Johns 2138 CountyRoad214Corridor St.Johns 2149 CR13SpudsPalmoTrailCorridor St.Johns 2139 CR210 St.Johns 2140 DeepCreektoECGCorridor St.Johns 2141 DowntownandUptownSt.Augustine St.Johns 2142 EastCoastGreenwayͲSt.JohnsCountyCorridor St.Johns 2143 NocateeCorridor St.Johns 2147 RaceTrackRoad St.Johns 2148 RacetrackCorridor St.Johns 2150 SR13SanJoseBoulevard St.Johns 2155 SR13WilliamBartramTrailCorridor 4Ͳ37

From Duval/ClayCountyLine SanPabloBoulevard atHodgesBoulevard LeeStreet WestofBaldwin atSadlerRoad atAmeliaRoad BaileyRoad 14thStreet ViaDelRey SRA1AFletcherAvenue/AmeliaIslandTrail BillMelton FletcherAvenue BaileyRoad AmericanBeachLoopJuliaStreetSegment AmericanBeachLoopBurneyRoadSegment AmericanBeachLoopOceanAvenueSegment EastCoastGreenway(US17) Nassau/DuvalCountyLine EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea ProposedHighlandBroomStreetMultiͲuseTrail MaxineStreetPath ViaDelRey/BillMeltonRoad OrangeAvenue Path Simmons/AIPConnector atSR200Bridge Nassau/DuvalCountyLine FernandinaBeach CR119 SR200SRA1A US90BeaverStreet SR100 ExistingCrossFloridaGreenwayTrail Clay/PutnamCountyLine Hawthorne Putnam/VolusiaCountyLine ProspectStreet Palatka SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR207 atSRA1A SR207 at US1,ParkAvenue,River,SouthStreet,RiberiaStreet St.Johns/FlaglerCountyLine SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR13SanJoseBoulevard RobertsRoad CR13

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St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine SRA1A US1PhilipsHighway NocateeCorridor JulingtonCreek St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine

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8thStreet/SRA1A BaileyRoad 14thStreet ViaDelRey MatanzasWay AmeliaIslandPkwy AtlanticAvenue AmericanBeach AmericanBeach AmericanBeach SRA1AEastCoastGreenwayCorridor FernandinaBeach EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea ProposedHighlandBroomStreet MaxineStreetPath SadlerRoad OrangeAvenuePath Simmons/AIPConnector

PearlStreet BullsBayHighway

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ImprovementType FloridaGreenway BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane FloridaGreenway AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUseTrail Trail Trail Trail BikeLane MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUsePath FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUseTrail AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway MultiͲUseTrail FloridaGreenway MultiͲUsePath FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway MultiͲUsePath FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist FloridaGreenway AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath FloridaGreenway BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath FloridaGreenway




Table4Ͳ4.DedicatedBicycleandPedestrianProjectNeedsbyCounty County MapId Corridor St.Johns 2151 SR16 St.Johns 2152 SRA1A St.Johns 2153 St.AugustineBikePlan St.Johns 2145 US1DixieHighway St.Johns 2146 US1DixieHighway St.Johns 2144 US1DixieHighway/PonceDeLeonBoulevard St.Johns 2154 US1St.AugustinetoNocateeCorridor

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RacetrackRoad NocateeCorridor

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ImprovementType BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist Bicycleaccommodations BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath FloridaGreenway


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CONTEXTSENSITIVESOLUTIONS ƒ

Contextsensitivesolutionsprovidestreetenvironments thatmeettheneedsofadjacentlandusesandtraffic flow.Theymayinvolvestrategiestoenhancelivability includingthosewheretheautomobileisprioritizedless thantransit,pedestrianandbicyclemodes.Livabilityand contextsensitivesolutionsasaspecificimprovement typewithintheLRTPisanewapproachfrompriorLRTP updates.Thisissuepaperexplainsthebackground, policy,candidatecorridorselectionprocessandelements ofcontextsensitivesolutions,andidentifiesstrategies thatcouldbeconsideredwithinthecandidateprojects forinclusionintheLRTP.

Corridorswheremobilityenhancementprojectsto supporttransitareidentifiedwereincluded.  Therecommendedimprovementsforthecontext sensitivesolutionscorridorswillbedeterminedduring theprojectdevelopmentanddesign.Theimprovements arenotlimitedtowideninginthefuture,buttheintentis toconsidercontextsensitivesolutionscriteriaaspartof projectdevelopment.  Thefollowingcriteriawereusedtoidentifycontext sensitivesolutionslivabilitycorridors:

Successfulapplicationsofcontextsensitivesolutionsin ourregiontodayincludetherecentlycompleted improvementsalongSRA1A3rdStreetinJacksonville BeachandSRA1AAmeliaIslandBoulevard.These projectsincludebicycleandpedestrianaccommodations andthedevelopmentofroadwayenvironments consistentwithlocalcommunities.Othersuccessful exampleswithinourregionincludeSanMarcoBoulevard inJacksonvilleandNocateeParkwayinSt.JohnsCounty.

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Limitingthenumberoflanestosixgeneraluselanes. Additionallanesareforbusrapidtransitormanaged lanes. ƒ Investingineachcorridorconsistentwithanurban characterdefinedthroughtheprojectoradopted fromapriorstudysuchastheNeighborhoodVision projectsperformedbytheCityofJacksonvilleor NocateeMasterPlan.Forexample,onsome corridorsanurbanvillageconceptcouldbeused whichwouldrequirewidersidewalksandonͲstreet parking,ora“GrandBoulevard”conceptthatwould requirecyclists,pedestriansandtransitconsidered equallywithautomobilemobility. ƒ Requiringlanduseandzoningregulationsthat encourageredevelopmentconsistentwiththeurban designcharacteristicsestablishedforthecorridor. ƒ Investingincorridorswheretransitaccessibilityisa highprioritywiththeopportunitytoprovide additionaltransitserviceorqualityofservice.  Inadditiontotheselivabilitycorridors,theJacksonville TransportationAuthorityhasidentifiedasetofTransit AccessibilityandMobilityandTransitHubProjectsthat willprovidebicycleandpedestrianimprovements, enhancementsandtransithubstosupportlivabilityand transitaccessibility.Theseprojectsarefundedthrough theDuvalCountyLOGTadoptedin2014.

TheapplicationofthelivabilitypolicywithintheLRTP encouragesimplementingagenciestoconsider alternativesandenhancementsbeyondaddinglanesto increaseautomobilethroughput.Identifyingthis improvementtypedoesnotprecluderoadwideningor addingnewroadwaycapacity.Analternativesanalysis, includingengineering,environmentalassessment, planningandpublicinvolvement,willbeperformedin theprojectdevelopmentprocesstodeterminethebest solutionforeachcorridor. Candidateprojectsforcontextsensitivesolutionswere identifiedusingthefollowingcriteria ƒ

ElementsoftheStrategicIntermodalSystemwere excluded.FDOTisresponsiblefortheinvestment strategyandfocusedonmovinggoodsandpeople. 65 ƒ ConstrainedcorridorsidentifiedintheNorthFlorida TPO’sCongestionManagementPlanwereincluded. Constrainedcorridorsincludefacilitiesthathave restrictedrightsofwaylimitingtheabilityofthese roadwaystobewidened. ƒ Arterialroadwayswithsixormorelaneswere included.  65 InconsultationwithFDOT,contextsensitivesolutions maybeappropriateatcrossingsofStrategicIntermodal Systemfacilities(suchasintersectionswitharterialsor throughinterchangesofexpressways). 52F57F68F68F

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Table4Ͳ5.CandidateContextSensitiveCorridors County Facility From Duval US1Alt.MartinLuther MyrtleAvenue KingJr.Parkway Duval AcostaBridge IͲ95 Duval SR10AtlanticBoulevard IͲ95 Duval SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR115SouthsideBoulevard Duval SR152Baymeadows SouthsideBoulevard Road Duval US90BeachBoulevard SR228CommodorePointExpressway Duval BelfortRoad SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard Duval SR21BlandingBoulevard CollinsRoad Duval SR21BlandingBoulevard WilsonBoulevard Duval SR104DunnAvenue BiscayneBoulevard Duval SR109University PowersAvenue Boulevard Duval DuvalRoad SR102DuvalRoad/AirportRoad Duval SR115Southside US1PhilipsHighway Boulevard Duval HodgesBoulevard US90BeachBoulevard Duval US17Roosevelt IͲ295 Boulevard Duval SR202J.T.Butler IͲ95 Boulevard Duval KernanBoulevard SR10AtlanticBoulevard Duval SR13SanJoseBoulevard JulingtonCreekRoad Duval SRA1AMayportRoad SR10Atlantic Boulevard Duval MainStreet IͲ95 Duval OldStAugustineRoad HoodLandingRoad Duval SR211RiversideAvenue ForestStreet Duval US1PhilipsHighway BusParkBoulevard Duval US1PhilipsHighway BaymeadowsWay Duval US1PhilipsHighway CenterAvenue Duval SanPabloRoad SR202J. T. Butler Boulevard Duval SR113Southside SR115ArlingtonExpressway. Connector Duval SR134103rdStreet OldMiddleburgRoad Duval St.JohnsBluffRoad US90BeachBoulevard Duval US23KingsRoad MartinLutherKingJr.Parkway Duval 8thStreet IͲ95 Duval TownCenterParkway GateParkway Clay SR21BlandingBoulevard Duval/ClayCountyLine Clay SR224KingsleyAvenue SR21BlandingBoulevard Regional SRA1A FlaglerCountyLine Duvaland NocateeParkway US1PhilipsHighway St.Johns St.Johns US1PonceDeLeon LewisPointRoad/St.AugustineDrive Boulevard St.Johns KingStreet AvenidaMenendez St.Johns SanMarcoBoulevard US1PonceDeLeonBoulevard  4Ͳ41 

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Table4Ͳ6.TransitAccessibilityandMobilityEnhancementProjects Facility MapId From LenoxAvenue CSS8 SR228NormandyBoulevard MandarinRoad CSS10 SR13SanJoseBoulevard MerrillRoad CSS11 SR109UniversityBoulevard MoncriefRoad/MyrtleAvenue/ CSS12 US17MainStreet 8thStreet ParkAvenue CSS15 US 17 PlummerCoveRoad CSS17 ScottMillRoad SR104DunnAvenue CSS5 IͲ295 SR109UniversityBoulevard CSS18 St.AugustineRoad SR111CassatAvenue CSS4 SR21BlandingBoulevard SR111EdgewoodAvenue CSS6 SR111CassatAvenue SR115ArlingtonExpressway CSS1 SR115MathewsBridge SR115LemTurnerRoad CSS7 Downtown SR21BlandingBoulevard CSS3 DuvalCountyLine/ClayCountyLine SR228NormandyBoulevard CSS14 IͲ295 US1SR15NewKingsRoad CSS13 IͲ95 US1SR5PhilipsHighway CSS16 IͲ95South US17MainStreet CSS9 US17/ US17SR228 StateStreet US90BeachBoulevard CSS2 IͲ95 MyrtleAvenueUnderpass CSS19 SoutelTransitHub  CountywideTransitHubs 66  VariousLocations  53F58F69F69F

  



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To SR111CassatAvenue WestberryRoad Townsend MyrtleAvenue IͲ95 SR13SanJoseBoulevard IͲ95 FortCarolineRoad SR111EdgewoodAvenue US17NorthMainStreet Regency IͲ295 USͲ17 SR111CassatAvenue US1MartinLutherKingJr. Parkway SR115SouthsideBoulevard ClarkRoad SR115SouthsideBoulevard


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encouragebicyclingandwalkingastraveloptions.For theseandotherreasons,proximitytotransitservicecan beanotherreasonablecriterionwhenprioritizing investmentsinbicycleandpedestrianinfrastructure.

PRIORITIZATIONPROCESS BICYCLEANDPEDESTRIANPRIORITIZATION PROCESS

Transitproximityprioritizationcriteriaweredevelopedas follows

BicycleandpedestrianprojectsintheNeedsPlanwere prioritizedusingmultiplecriteriaincludingsafety,transit proximity,demandandcost.Afivepointpriorityscale wasused.

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Safety Roadwayswherethereareconcentrationsofcrashes involvingbicyclistsandpedestrianswereusedasa performancemeasure.Whilecrashoccurrencesalone maynotbeindicativeofanunusualsafetyconcern withoutknowledgeofexposure(andthereforetheability tocalculateacrashrateforbicyclistsandpedestrians), crashoccurrencescanalsobeindicativeofdemand— highercrashesoccurrencesderivefromhigherlevelsof bicyclingandwalkingactivity—whichitselfisnotan unreasonableprioritizationfactor.



LatentDemandAnalysis Latentdemandanalysesconsiderareaswherebicycling orwalkingcouldbeusefulorpopularmodesif accommodatinginfrastructurewasavailable(basedon landuseanddemographicpatternsthatindicateahigh probabilityforshorttripswhichcouldbemadeby bicyclingorwalking).TheNorthFloridaTPO’s2013 BicycleandPedestrianPlanincludedalatentdemand analysisforarterialandcollectorroadwayswithinthe NorthFloridaTPOregion(exclusiveofBakerandPutnam Counties),basedonfuturepopulation,employmentand schoolenrollmentdata.Latentdemandwasusedasa prioritizationcriteriontoassignascorefromonetofive basedonthelatentdemandpreparedfromtheprior plan.

In2012,theNorthFloridaTPOcompletedaRegional StrategicSafetyPlan,whichincludedananalysisthat lookedforareaswithunusualconcentrationsofcrashes involving“vulnerableroadusers,”includingbicyclistsand pedestrians.Theanalysisidentifiedstatisticallysignificant “hotspot”corridorsusingtwodifferentweighting schemes.Amongthecorridorsidentifiedas“hotspots’, thecrashrateforvulnerableͲuserͲinvolvedcrasheswas calculatedandsorted;thehotspotswiththe20highest vulnerableusercrashrateswerethenidentifiedas prioritycorridorsandusedasthebasisforthesafety prioritization. ƒ ƒ ƒ

Thelatentdemandanalysisalreadyincludesprojected futureschoolenrollmentdata,butanadditionalschool criterioncouldbeintroduced,ifdesired,suchasaproject fallingwithinaspecificbufferdistance(halfmile,whole mile,etc.)ofaschoolsite(pendingdataavailability).

Projectsidentifiedasprioritylocationswere assignedfivepoints. Projectslocatedinarelatedhotspotwereassigned threepoints. Projectswithinaonemilebufferofeitherapriority locationorhotspotwereassignedonepoint. 

   

TransitProximity



Thebicycleandpedestrianmodesareintegraltothe successandutilityofthetransitmodeaswell.Good bicycleandpedestrianaccommodationallowstransit riderstogettotheirtransitstopsfromtheirhomes employment,shopping,andotherdestinations.Areas withtransitservicealsooftencoincidewithdenserland usepatternswhichcanalsobepracticalareasto

  

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Projectalonganexistingtransitroutereceived fivepoints. Projectsintersectinganexistingtransitroute receivedfourpoints. Projectswithinaonemilebufferofanexisting orproposedtransitroute.


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PriorPlanPrioritization Someofthecandidateprojectsoftheneedsplanwere prioritizedwithintheplansorstudiesfromwhichthey arederived.Outofdeferencetothesepriorefforts,and thecarefulanalysisandpublicinputthatmayhave informedthem,weproposeusingpriorprioritizationasa criterioninthefollowingways: ƒ ƒ ƒ

Fivepointsifaprojectisgivenahighestpriority designationinthesourcestudy. FourpointsifaprojectisgivenamidͲlevelpriority designationinthesourcestudy. ThreepointsifaprojectisgivenalowͲlevelorisnot prioritizedinthesourcestudy.



WeightingsandCalculation Theevaluationcriteriawereweightedasfollows. ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Latentdemand,40percent Prioritycrashlocations,30percent Transitproximity,20percent Needbasedonpriorstudiesorplans,10percent 

Thecompositescorewasthenbedividedbytheproject cost(inmillionsofdollars)forafinalpriorityscore. Table4Ͳ6summarizestheprioritizationscoreforeach project. 

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US90BeachBoulevard US1DixieHighway 8thStreet SRA1AAmeliaIslandParkway ArlingtonRoad LauraStreet SRA1A MaryStreet NewnanStreet BaymeadowsRoad LauraStreet McCoysCreekBoulevard/FitzgeraldStreet CR210 OldKingsRoad US17ParkAvenue OldStAugustineRoad DowntownAtlanticBeach

BowdenRoad LeeStreet GateParkwayEast SR13SanJoseBoulevard RiverplaceBoulevard BayStreet ForsythStreet WaterStreet SR21BlandingBoulevard SR115SouthsideBoulevard HubbardStreet McCoysCreekBoulevard/FitzgeraldStreet ArlingtonRoadWest GateParkwaySouthEast BoulevardStreet ForestStreet SR1909UniversityBoulevard JacksonvilleBeachArea

LoneStarRoad ImesonRoad SR21BlandingBoulevard SR10AtlanticBoulevard JeffersonStreet BowdenRoad SR105ZooParkway SR211St.JohnsAvenue Hogan'sCreekGreenway UNFEast SR128SanJuanAvenue SR13SanJoseBoulevard BroadStreet SR105ZooParkway SR115SouthsideBoulevard SR10AtlanticBoulevard DuvalRoad

2022 2146 2107 2108 2013 2059 2152 2089 2071 2020 2060 2067 2139 2073 2008 2075 2037

2028 2061 2047 2086 2078 2019 2046 2105 2024 2094 2053 2066 2014 2048 2026 2045 2102 2056

2062 2054 2025 2017 2057 2027 2049 2098 2052 2100 2088 2085 2029 2050 2095 2016 2039



Corridor

ID

Table4Ͳ7.BicycleandPedestrianPrioritization

atHodgesBoulevard atSR312 atSadlerRoad atAmeliaRoad KingArthurRoad 8thStreet atSR312 SanMarcoBoulevard BayStreet atSR115SouthsideBoulevard BayStreet NixonStreet atSRA1A SͲline atKingsleyAvenue(OrangePark) LoscoRoad atSherryDrive,2ndStreet,Ocean Street,CherryStreet,SRA1A SpringParkRoad WaterStreet GateParkway JulingtonCreekRoad MainStreet(US1) MyrtleAvenue MyrtleAvenue LeeStreet BlackburnRoad GateParkway OrangeStreet McDuffAvenue KingArthurRoad St.JohnsTownCenterBoulevard 5thStreet AcostaStreet SR10AtlanticBoulevard at3rdAvenue,OceanStreet,2nd Avenue,South10thStreet MillCreekRoad CommonwealthAvenue HarlowBoulevard KingsRoad WaterStreet US1SR5PhilipsHighway BuschDrive WoodmereStreet MarketStreet KernanBoulevard SR21BlandingBoulevard OldSt.AugustineRoad WaterStreet US17MainStreet US1SR5PhilipsHighway US90BeachBoulevard AirportRoad

From

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SR113SouthsideConnector BaldwinRailTrail WilsonBoulevard US90BeachBoulevard 1stStreet SpringParkRoad IͲ295 TalbotAvenue NorthRiverbank UNFWest SR211HerschelStreet SR152BaymeadowsRoad 5thStreet SRA1A BelleRiveBoulevard SR228HartExpressway AirportCenterDrive

SouthpointParkway DuvalStreet St.JohnsTownCenterBoulevard PlummersCoveRoad PrudentialDrive LeeStreet LeeStreet PearlStreet AppletonAvenue TouchtonRoad 14thStreet LelandStreet CeseryRoad DeerwoodParkway 12thStreet LimeStreet CeseryBoulevard 

    LoneStarRoad SͲLine  MainStreetBridge(US17) OrangeStreet  8thStreet ForestStreet  MarthaStreet  SR13SanJoseBoulevard 

To

BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane MultiͲUsePath BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane MultiͲUsePath SidewalkImprovements BikeLane BikeLane

BikeLane BikeLane MultiͲUsePath BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane SidewalkImprovements BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist

AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane PavementMarkingsandSignage AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane PavementMarkingsandSignage AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist PavementMarkingsandSignage MultiͲUsePath AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist

ImprovementType

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

5 4 4 5 5 5 3 4 5 4 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5

5                 

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 5 5 4 5

5 5 5 3 3 4 5 5 5 5 4 4 0 5 5 4 5

Transit Proximity

                

3 3     3      2    5

Strategic SafetyPlan

5 3 5 5 3 3 5 5 3 5 5 5 3 3 3 5 3

3

5 3 5 5 5 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 5 5 3 3 5

2 1 3 4 5 3 1 4 5 3 3 3 5 1 4 3 1

4

3 5 2 4 5 4 4 5 3 2 4 3 3 2 5 4 2

Latent Prior Demand Plan Priority 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 5 2 5 4 3 2 3 4 5 5 3 4 5 5 3 3 3 1 5 4 3 2 5 4 3 3

19 19 18 18 16 15 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 11

19

54 49 47 45 45 41 32 32 32 31 28 23 23 22 22 21 21 21

2773 1234 668 320 232 170 116 99 96 95 93 75 71 61 56 56

Priority Score


DeerwoodArea ClarkRoad MyrtleAvenue SR228NormandyBoulevard JacksonvilleBaldwinCorridor SR126EmersonStreet EdgewoodAvenue SR111TallulahAvenue MoncriefRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard SR134103rdStreet MonumentRoadandSR10AtlanticBoulevard SR109UniversityBoulevard

SR211RiversideAvenue OldMiddleburgRoad SouthpointParkway SR115SouthsideBoulevard DuvalStreet US17 SR104DunnAvenue UNFWest AmericanBeachLoop

CommonwealthAvenue SR13HendricksAvenue SR115SouthsideBoulevard 5thStreet MaxineStreet Riverside/FivePointArea

AmeliaIslandTrialͲCentral(1stAve) SRA1A OrangeAvenue SR111CassatAvenue DowntownandUptownSt.Augustine

SRA1A St.AugustineBikePlan SR16 CSXCorridorNorth SR111EdgewoodAvenue BeauclercRoad OldJenningsRoad HighlandBroomStreet

CR220DoctorsInletRoad CR216 AmeliaIslandParkwayPathSegment1 SR13SanJoseBoulevard WilliamBurgessBoulevard US17MainStreet AmeliaIslandTrialͲSouth(BuccaneerTrail) US17CrescentCity(parallelfacilities) SRA1ASR200

2035 2032 2070 2072 2106 2044 2043 2099 2068 2018 2011 2069 2103

2079 2074 2090 2093 2040 2007 2038 2101 2114

2033 2051 2092 2012 2123 2080

2113.1 2096 2125 2030 2141

2097 2153 2151 2034 2042 2023 2006 2121

2004 2131 2109 2084 2130 2064 2113 2136 2127



Corridor

ID

Table4Ͳ7.BicycleandPedestrianPrioritization

DeerwoodParkBoulevard BrowardRoad ForestStreet SR103LaneAvenue BullsBayHighway HendricksAvenue St.JohnsAvenue US17MainStreet 13thStreet SR228HartExpressway OldMiddleburgRoad SR115SouthsideBoulevard UniversityBoulevard/Cesery Boulevard St.JohnsAvenue HerlongRoad BowdenRoad DeerwoodParkBoulevard LeeStreet atCR220(FlemingIslandArea) BiscayneAvenue IͲ295 AmericanBeachLoopJuliaStreet Segment LaneAvenue SR13SanJoseBoulevard US1SR5PhilipsHighway LaneAvenue MaxineStreetPath atStocktonStreet,RossellStreet,IͲ95, St.JohnsRiver BillMelton SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard OrangeAvenuePath SR21BlandingBoulevard atUS1,ParkAvenue,River,South Street,RiberiaStreet St.JohnsFerry Areawide IͲ95 US17MainStreet/SRailLine SR111CassatAvenue IͲ295 SR23FirstCoastExpressway ProposedHighlandBroomStreet MultiͲuseTrail CollegeDrive SR100 8thStreet/SRA1A SR152BaymeadowsRoad SRA1ASR200 TroutRiverBridge Fletcher CR308 atSR200Bridge

From

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US17 US17 BaileyRoad HendricksAvenue US17 NewBerlinRoad AmeliaIslandPkwy ProspectStreet 

Duval/NassauCountyLine Areawide CollinsAvenue US17MainStreet/TroutRiverDrive US1SR15NewKingsRoad SR13SanJoseBoulevard LongBayRoad ProposedHighlandBroomStreet

MatanzasWay SR10AtlanticBoulevard OrangeAvenuePath SR111EdgewoodAvenue 

ImesonRoad SanMarcoBoulevard BelleRiveBoulevard MelsonAvenue MaxineStreetPath 

ForestStreet LenoxAvenue BelfortRoad US90BeachBoulevard GeorgiaStreet  US17MainStreet UNFEast AmericanBeach

GateParkway US17MainStreet KingsRoad SR111CassatAvenue WestofBaldwin US1SR5PhilipsHighway PostStreet 68thStreet GolfairBoulevard SR109UniversityBoulevard OldMiddleburgRoad NRegencySquareBoulevard GableLane

To

MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUseTrail BikeLane MultiͲUseTrail RailsͲWͲTrails Trail MultiͲUsePath AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist

BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath Bicycleaccommodations BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath MultiͲUsePath BikeLane BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUsePath

Trail BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath MultiͲUsePath BikeLane AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist

BikeLane BikeLane MultiͲUsePath BikeLane MultiͲUsePath AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist

BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane SidewalkImprovements BikeLane AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane

MultiͲUsePath BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane FloridaGreenway BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane BikeLane

ImprovementType

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

    2    

3 5 3     

 5   5

     

        

    2        

Strategic SafetyPlan

5 4 4 5 4 5  3 5

4 5 5 4 5 4 4 

 5  5 5

4 5 5 4  5

5 3 5 5 4 5 5 5 

4 5 4 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 3 5 5

Transit Proximity

4 4 5 3 3 3 3 4 3

5 3 3 3 3 3 4 3

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3

5 5 5 3 3 3 5 5 3

3 1 1 4 1 3 1 1 1

1 5 2 4 4 3 1 2

1 5 2 5 5

2 4 3 3 1 5

4 3 4 4 5 3 3 4 1

Latent Prior Demand Plan Priority 3 2 3 2 3 5 5 4 5 2 3 3 5 4 3 2 3 4 5 3 3 2 3 4 5 4

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3

5 4 4 4 4

7 6 6 6 6 5

9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7

11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9

Priority Score


AmeliaIslandTrialͲNorth(Friendly/Clinch) AmeliaIslandParkwayPathSegment2 DowntownJacksonville CecilFieldConservationCorridor EastCoastGreenwayͲNassauCountyCorridor US90BeachBoulevard ENCPADSAP1ͲSouth(HarperChapelVicinity) AmericanBeachLoop

MandarinRoad SR13SanJoseBoulevard CR220DoctorsInletRoad SR10AtlanticBoulevard US17RooseveltBoulevard US17RooseveltBoulevard AmeliaIslandParkwayPathSegment3 AmeliaIslandParkwayPathSegment4 SR115SouthsideBoulevard RaceTrackRoad US1SR5PhilipsHighway OcklawahaTrail LongBayRoad SR13SanJoseBoulevard CR218 AmericanBeachLoop

SR100 RacetrackCorridor CrandallParkwayCorridor KernanBoulevard SR13SanJoseBoulevard US1DixieHighway SimmonsConnector US17 US1SR5PhilipsHighway US17MainStreet ENCPADSAP1ͲNorth(OwensRdVicinity) US1St.AugustinetoNocateeCorridor US1DixieHighway/PonceDeLeonBoulevard

CecilFieldConservationCorridor US17RooseveltBoulevard EastCoastGreenwayͲDuvalCountyCorridor DeepCreektoECGCorridor JacksonvilleBaldwinRailTrailNorthernExtension SR13WilliamBartramTrailCorridor JacksonvilleBaldwin/EastCoastCorridor

NocateeCorridor SR207 SR121RailTrailCorridor CountyRoad214Corridor CR13SpudsPalmoTrailCorridor US301SR200TransNassauTrail SR16

2113.2 2110 2036 2031 2118 2021 2120 2116

2065 2150 2003 2015 2082 2081 2111 2112 2091 2147 2077 2124 2005 2087 2002 2115

2133 2148 2117 2058 2083 2145 2126 2129 2076 2063 2120.2 2154 2144

2001 2104 2041 2140 2122 2155 2055

2143 2137 2000 2138 2149 2128 2010



Corridor

ID

Table4Ͳ7.BicycleandPedestrianPrioritization

BaileyRoad BaileyRoad  Duval/ClayCountyLine Nassau/DuvalCountyLine SanPabloBoulevard EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea AmericanBeachLoopOceanAvenue Segment SR13SanJoseBoulevard RobertsRoad SR21 SR228HartExpressway Duval/ClayCountyLine IͲ295 14thStreet ViaDelRey AvenuesMall(US1) SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR115SouthsideBoulevard ViaDelRey/BillMeltonRoad SR21BlandingBoulevard LorettoRoad SR16 AmericanBeachLoopBurneyRoad Segment Palatka SR13SanJoseBoulevard EastCoastGreenway(US17) SR152BaymeadowsRoad RacetrackRoad Putnam/FlaglerCountyLine Simmons/AIPConnector Nassau/DuvalCountyLine RacetrackRoad EastportRoad EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea St.Augustine SanMarcoAvenue(US1B)(St. Augustine) CR218 Duval/ClayCountyLine St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine SR207 US90BeaverStreet CR13 BullsBayHighway(Jacksonville BaldwinCorridor) SR13SanJoseBoulevard Palatka Baker/UnionCountyLine SR207 SR207 CR119 KingsleyLakeDrive

From

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Duval/ClayCountyLine ForestStreet Nassau/DuvalCountyLine SRA1A US301SR200TransNassauTrailCorridor St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine St.JohnsRiverFerry(EastCoastGreenway Corridor) SRA1A St.Augustine Baker/NassauCountyLine SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR13SanJoseBoulevard US17MainStreetYulee SR13SanJoseBoulevard

LakeCity(ColumbiaCounty) NocateeCorridor SRA1AEastCoastGreenway SR116FortCarolineRoad Downtown(Southbank) SR27 Simmons/AIPConnector SRA1ASR2 Downtown(Southbank) PecanParkRoad EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea NocateeCorridor RacetrackRoad

IͲ295 JulingtonCreek CollegeDrive SRA1A ForestStreet EdisonAvenue ViaDelRey SRA1AFletcherAvenueAmeliaIslandTrail AtlanticBoulevard(RegencySquareMall) US1SR5PhilipsHighway SouthbankRiverwalk SadlerRoad OldJenningsRoad SR152BaymeadowsRoad SR21 AmericanBeach

AtlanticAvenue 14thStreet  US90BeaverStreet FernandinaBeach Downtown(Southbank) EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea AmericanBeach

To

FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenwayͲMultiͲUseTrail

LandTrailOpportunities FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway

FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath MultiͲUseTrail BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath MultiͲUsePath FloridaGreenway BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath

BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath FloridaGreenway BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath RailsͲWͲTrails BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUseTrail BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath RailsͲWͲTrails MultiͲUseTrail MultiͲUseTrail AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist FloridaGreenway MultiͲUsePath

Trail MultiͲUseTrail AccommodatePedestriansandBicyclist FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway BiͲdirectional12ft.SharedUsePath MultiͲUsePath MultiͲUsePath

ImprovementType

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

3 3  2 3 3 

  5 2 2  3

3 3 2   3  3 3   5 5

   5      3    2  

   2  2  

Strategic SafetyPlan

3 5 4  4 5 5

5 5 5 5 4 5 5

5  3 5 5 5 3 5 5 5  4 4

4  5 5 5 5   5 3 5  4 5 5 

4 3 5 4  5 3 

Transit Proximity

3 5 5 3 3 3 3

3 3 5 3 3 3 5

5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3

3 4 1 1 1 2 3

2 5 5 1 1 3 5

3 3 1 5 5 4 2 2 5 2 1 2 2

4 2 3 5 5 5 1 1 5 3 5 2 1 5 2 1

Latent Prior Demand Plan Priority 3 3 5 1 3 5 3 1 5 4 3 5 3 1 3 1

Priority Score

1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2 2 2 2


ENCPADSAP1ͲCentral(OldYuleeVicinity) CrossFloridaGreenwayCorridor US17RooseveltBoulevard EastCoastGreenwayͲSt.JohnsCountyCorridor SR20 US17SRA1AEastCoastGreenway US17

2120.1 2132 2009 2142 2134 2119 2135









Corridor

ID

Table4Ͳ7.BicycleandPedestrianPrioritization

EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea Palatka Palatka St.Johns/FlaglerCountyLine Palatka GeorgiaStateLine Putnam/VolusiaCountyLine

From

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EastNassauCommunityPlanningArea ExistingCrossFloridaGreenwayTrail Clay/DuvalCountyLine St.Johns/DuvalCountyLine Hawthorne FernandinaBeach Palatka

To

MultiͲUsePath FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway FloridaGreenway

ImprovementType

PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan

   3  3 3

Strategic SafetyPlan 4 4 5 5 5 5 5

Transit Proximity

Latent Prior Demand Plan Priority 3 1 5 2 3 5 5 5 5 2 5 4 5 2

Priority Score 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan



COSTFEASIBLEPLAN

 Thefollowingtablesummarizesthecontributionofthe plantowardenhancementsforbicycleandpedestrian mobility.

DEDICATEDBICYCLEANDPEDESTRIANPROJECTS BasedonapolicydecisionapprovedbytheNorthFlorida TPOBoardandcommittees,individualbicycleand pedestrianprojectswerenotselectedforfundinginthe CostFeasiblePlan.TheNorthFloridaTPOisdedicating fundingthroughtheTransportationAlternativesand OtherArterialsfundingprogramsforstandalonebicycle andpedestrianprojects.Theserevenueswillbe dedicatedtoindividualprojectsonanannualbasisas partoftheTransportationImprovementProgram development.

    









 Table4Ͳ8.SummaryofAnticipatedExpendituresforBicycleandPedestrianProjects BicycleandPedestrian Accommodationsin OtherProjects 67

FundingProgram

DedicatedRevenuefor StandaloneProjects

Total

70F70F

OtherStateHighways TransportationManagementArea TransportationAlternatives(TALU) 68 TransportationAlternatives(TALT) 69 TransportationRegionalIncentiveProgram 70 ClayCounty DuvalCounty NassauCounty St.JohnsCounty Total

$64.87 $13.44 $0.00 $0.00 $1.06 $11.84 $43.03 $1.98 $7.97 $144.20

71F71F

72F72F

73F73F

$26.79 $0.00 $31.20 $41.30 $0.00 $0.00 $59.44 $0.00 $0.00 $158.73

 67 Theserevenuesarebasedon5percentofroadcapacityprojectsonarterialsandotherstreets. 68 ThesefundscanonlybeusedwithintheNorthFloridaTransportationManagementArea. 69 ThesefundsaredistributedbyFDOTonadistrictwidebasis.Thetotalshownisadistrictwidetotal. 70 ThesefundsaredistributedbyFDOTonadistrictwidebasis.Thetotalshownisadistrictwidetotal. 4Ͳ49 

$91.66 $13.44 $31.20 $41.30 $1.06 $11.84 $102.47 $1.98 $7.97 $302.93


PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan





CONTEXTSENSITIVESOLUTIONS



Table4Ͳ9summarizesthecontextsensitivesolutions projectsintheadoptedCostFeasiblePlan.Thephasing andfundingoftheseprojectswereidentifiedinthe OtherRoadCapacitySection.Otherprojectswere identifiedascandidatesforcontextsensitivesolutions butonlytheseprojectshadsufficientinformationand consensustobeidentifiedascontextsensitivesolution priorities.

DuvalCountyisalsodedicatingfundingthroughtheir LocalOptionGasTaxprogramtomobilityandtransit accessibilityprojects.Theseprojectsaresummarizedin Table4Ͳ10.Theprojectswillincludeenhancementssuch asbusshelters,lighting,landscapingandsafetythatwill improvethequalityofserviceforbicyclistsand pedestrians.



Allarterialroadcapacityprojectsarerequiredtoprovide accommodationsforbicyclistsandpedestrians(where practical)bytheNorthFloridaTPOandFDOTpolicy.

 Table4Ͳ9.CandidateContextSensitiveSolutionFundedProjects County ID Facility From

To

Clay

1037 US17

GovernorStreet

HavenAvenue

Duval

100

SR109University Boulevard SR202J.T.Butler Boulevard BridgeofLions

SR10AtlanticBoulevard

ImprovementinDraft NeedsPlan Contextsensitive solutions(MulitͲusepath) Widento6lanes

US90BeachBoulevard

Widento6lanes

SR16

US1PoncedeLeon Boulevard

SRA1AAvenida Menendez

Contextsensitive solutions Contextsensitive solutions

SR115Arlington Expressway Duval 103 SR115Southside Boulevard St.Johns 1030 US1BSanMarco Avenue St.Johns 1029 US1BKingStreet   



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 71 AdoptedbylocalOrdinance2013Ͳ820ͲE. 72 Thelocationandscopeoftheseprojectsaretobedetermined.



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Lighting,Landscape,andPaintingEnhancements TransitHub

MobilityandTransitAccessibilityEnhancements

ImprovementType

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SR111CassatAvenue WestberryRoad Townsend MyrtleAvenue IͲ95 SR13SanJoseBoulevard IͲ95 FortCarolineRoad SR111EdgewoodAvenue US17NorthMainStreet Regency IͲ295 USͲ17 SR111CassatAvenue US1MartinLutherKingJr.Parkway SR115SouthsideBoulevard ClarkRoad SR115SouthsideBoulevard    

SR228NormandyBoulevard SR13SanJoseBoulevard SR109UniversityBoulevard US17MainStreet USͲ17 ScottMillRoad IͲ295 St.AugustineRoad SR21BlandingBoulevard SR111CassatAvenue SR115MathewsBridge Downtown DuvalCountyLine/ClayCountyLine IͲ295 IͲ95 IͲ95South US17/US17SR228StateStreet IͲ95   VariousLocations 

LenoxAvenue MandarinRoad MerrillRoad MoncriefRoad/MyrtleAvenue/8thStreet ParkAvenue PlummerCoveRoad SR104DunnAvenue SR109UniversityBoulevard SR111CassatAvenue SR111EdgewoodAvenue SR115ArlingtonExpressway SR115LemTurnerRoad SR21BlandingBoulevard SR228NormandyBoulevard US1SR15NewKingsRoad US1SR5PhilipsHighway US17MainStreet US90BeachBoulevard MyrtleAvenueUnderpass SoutelTransitHub CountywideTransitHubs 72 GrandTotal  

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To

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Facility MapId From MobilityandTransitAccessibilityEnhancements

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Table4Ͳ10.DuvalCountyLOGTTransitAccessibilityandMobilityandTransitHubProjects 71 Phase CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CST CAP CST 

Years 2019Ͳ2020 $18.15 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.06 $3.39 $4.84 $26.44

Years 2021Ͳ2025                       $0.00

Years 2026Ͳ2030                       $0.00

Years 2031Ͳ2040                       $0.00

22ͲYear Total $18.15 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.06 $3.39 $4.84 $26.44




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FREIGHTANDINTERMODALSYSTEMS A NALYSISOFTHEFREIGHTSYSTEMWITHINTHEREGIONISANIMPORTANTASPECTOF UNDERSTANDINGTHEECONOMICIMPACTSOFTRANSPORTATIONINVESTMENTANDINPRIORITIZING PROJECTSFORFUTUREINVESTMENTS .  



NEEDSPLAN Thefollowingtypesofmajorfreightandintermodal projectneedswereidentifiedthroughvariousplanning effortsoftheNorthTPO,JAXPORT,FDOT,Ocean HighwayandPortAuthority(PortofFernandina)andthe JacksonvilleAviationAuthority.

RAIL Withtheincreaseindemandthatisanticipatedtooccur forfreightrailandintermodalmovements,the operationalcapacityontheexistingrailinfrastructureis anticipatedtoreachorexceedcapacitywithintheregion.

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TheStrategicIntermodalSystemNeedsPlanandthe 2040PathForwardAdoptedNeedsPlanconsideredthe trackimprovementsprovidedbyFDOTthrough coordinationwiththerailroads.However,thefocusof therailroadoperationsanalysisusuallydoesnotexceed fivetotenyears.Currently20trainsperdayoperateon theFECline,14trainsperdayoperateonCSX’sSͲline main.SixtrainsperdayoperateonNorfolkSouthern mainline.

MilePointNavigationImprovements JacksonvilleHarborDeepening RailcapacityprojectsforCSX,NorfolkSouthernand FEC IntermodalYardImprovementsandaccessforCSX, NorfolkSouthernandFEC NorthArea/JacksonvilleRailCorridor PortaccessimprovementsatthePortofFernandina

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CurrentlytheFEC’sandNorfolkSouthern’sregional intermodalfacilitiesareoperatingnearpracticalcapacity. About1millionintermodalcontainertwentyͲfoot equivalencyunitsor(TEUs)arebeingshippedinNorth Floridatoday.Thismarketisanticipatedtogrowto2.8to 4.3millionTEUsbytheyear2040.Additionalintermodal facilitycapacityisneededtomeetthisdemand.One potentialsolutiontomeetthisneedisdevelopinga publicͲprivatepartnershipforajointͲuseintermodal facility.

Withtheadditionofintercitypassengerserviceproposed byAmtrakandcommuterrailbytheJacksonville TransportationAuthority,theavailableoperational capacitywillbefurtherimpacted. Lookingtotheyear2040,additionaltrackincludingtriple trackingCSXSͲline,FECandNorfolkSouthernnorthof theirintermodalfacilitymaybeneeded. Basedonknowledgeofthecurrentrailsystem,the followinglocationsaresystembottlenecksandarethe region’shighestpriorities.

Theplannedoperationofcommuterrailandpotentially intercitypassengerrailservicebyAmtrakoraprivate operatorwillplaceincreaseddemandontherail operationalcapacitywithintheregion.Severalsystem bottlenecksarelikelytorestricttheabilitytomeetthe railservicedemand.TheseincludetheSpringfield Switch,FECRailCrossingoftheSt.JohnsRiverandthe CrawfordDiamondcrossingofCSXandNorfolkSouthern. Additionalrailoperationalmodelingisneededforthe regiontoidentifyotherbottlenecksandrecommend specificsolutionstoaddresstheseneeds.Figure4Ͳ28 showsthesebottlenecks.Figures4Ͳ29thru4Ͳ35show thefreightneedsandTable4Ͳ11summarizethefreight needs.

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SpringfieldSwitch–thislocationiscurrentlya bottleneckfortheinterchangeoftraffic betweentheCSXandNorfolkSouthernandfor trainstotravelnorthtotheJAXPORT connectionsalongEastport. ƒ NorthRailCorridor–Thisnewrailconnectorwill reducesomethecongestionbyallowingCSXtrains destinedfortheIntermodalContainerTransfer FacilitytoavoidtheSpringfieldswitchdowntown.A phase2ofthecorridorisneededtoconnectto NorfolkSouthernandsharedoperationalrightsto fullyleveragethecapacityofthenewconnector.A newroadwayisalsorecommendedforinclusionin thiscorridorbetweenUS17MainStreetandSR23 NewKingsRoad. ƒ FECRailroadBridgeovertheSt.JohnsRiverͲThis bridgeisasystembottleneckandwilllimitthe capacityfortrainstomovethroughtheregionand accesstheintermodalandportfacilities. ƒ CrawfordDiamondͲWiththeopeningoftheWinter HavenIntermodalFacilityandthebeginningof SunRailoperationsinCentralFlorida,CSXisshifting moreasignificantportionofitsfreighttrafficdaily fromtheAͲline,whichrunsalongUS17totheSͲline, runningalongUS301.Thisrailtrafficcrossesthe CrawfordDiamondatNorfolkSouthern.The CrawfordDiamondalsopresentsanoperational challenge,consideringtheincreasedtrafficandthe needforCSXtoclearthecrossingforNorfolk Southerntotraversethecrossing.Inthefuture operationalimprovements(oreliminatingtheneed forsomeofNorfolkSoutherntrainstocrossthe diamond)areneeded.  Theneedforadditionalrailintermodalfacilitycapacity beyondtheIntermodalContainerTransferFacilityat DamesPointinneededtomeetintermodaldemand needsinthefuture. 

PRIORITIZATION Noquantitativeprioritizationofthefreightprojectswas conductedaspartoftheplansincetheanticipated revenuesfortheseprojectsareallocatedonastatewide basisandtheprioritizationwillbeperformedbyFDOT CentralOfficeeachyear.         



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COSTFEASIBLEPLAN Afailuretoinvestinmeetingthesefuturefreightneeds withinourregioncouldresultintherailroadsmaking investmentsoutsideofourregiontomeetthisdemand. Movingorshiftingmajorintermodalfacilitiescouldresult inreducingoureconomiccompetitivenessasaregion andJAXPORT’scompetitivenessforgrowthsinceaccess torailandothersupportinfrastructurearekey componentstothesuccessofanyport.

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Phase PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total

FundSource SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal 

Years 2019Ͳ2020                                $0.61 $0.61 $63.32 $64.53     

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Years 2026Ͳ2030 $1.59 $0.80 $0.80 $7.95 $11.13                     $28.55 $0.80 $0.80 $142.75 $172.89      $21.33 $0.80 $0.80 $106.66 $129.58

Years 2031Ͳ2040      $15.83 $1.02 $1.02 $79.17 $97.03 $1.62 $1.02 $1.02 $8.12 $11.77                         

22ͲYear Total $1.59 $0.80 $0.80 $7.95 $11.13 $15.83 $1.02 $1.02 $79.17 $97.03 $1.62 $1.02 $1.02 $8.12 $11.77 $15.05 $0.68 $0.68 $75.25 $91.65 $15.05 $0.68 $0.68 $75.25 $91.65 $28.55 $0.80 $0.80 $142.75 $172.89 $14.13 $0.61 $0.61 $63.32 $78.66 $21.33 $0.80 $0.80 $106.66 $129.58

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ImprovementType      CommuterRailandCapacityUpgrade          CapacityUpgrade          RoadwayGradeSeparation          IntermodalLogisticsCenter    



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FundSource SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal 



Years 2019Ͳ2020 $7.60 $0.61 $0.61 $38.02 $46.83                $1.90 $0.61 $0.61 $9.48 $12.59               



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22ͲYear Total $7.60 $0.61 $0.61 $38.02 $46.83 $118.96 $1.02 $1.02 $594.79 $715.78 $109.90 $1.02 $1.02 $549.50 $661.43 $3.61 $0.68 $0.68 $18.04 $22.99 $1.90 $0.61 $0.61 $9.48 $12.59 $21.04 $1.02 $1.02 $105.19 $128.26 $15.83 $1.02 $1.02 $79.17 $97.03 $24.77 $4.06 $4.06 $123.83 $156.72


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Phase PE ROW ENV CST Total CST   Total PE ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV CST Total CAP Total 

FundSource SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal FederalSeaportGrant JAXPORT  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal SISMultimodal  SISMultimodal  

Years 2019Ͳ2020      $186.50 $311.00 $186.50 $684.00 $3.33 $0.61 $0.61 $16.64 $21.18 $0.97 $0.61 $0.61 $4.84 $7.02   $836.15

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Years 2026Ͳ2030                      $313.60

Years 2031Ͳ2040 $32.16 $1.02 $1.02 $160.80 $194.99               $447.62 $447.62 $2,510.64

22ͲYear Total $32.16 $1.02 $1.02 $160.80 $194.99 $186.50 $311.00 $186.50 $684.00 $3.33 $0.61 $0.61 $16.64 $21.18 $0.97 $0.61 $0.61 $4.84 $7.02 $447.62 $447.62 $3,880.81

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Facility JacksonvillePortAuthority         NorfolkSouthern     PortofFernandina     Southwest(CSX)  GrandTotal 

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Systems Management, Operations and Maintenance


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TRANSPORTATIONSYSTEMSMANAGEMENTAND OPERATIONS TSM&O STRATEGIESINCREASETRAVELCHOICESANDEFFICIENCYOFALLMODESWHILEREDUCING EMISSIONSANDRESOURCEUSE . management,arterialtrafficmanagement,freight management,specialeventmanagement,roadweather management,congestionpricing,managedlanes, ridesharinganddemandmanagementprograms,parking management,electronictollcollectionandtransitsmart cards,andtravelerinformationsystems.

NEEDS ThisprogramcontinuesacommitmentoftheNorth FloridaTPOtoinvestintechnologiesforintelligent transportationsystemsandTSM&Ostrategies.The RegionalITSPlanadoptedbytheNorthFloridaTPOis providedasAppendixI.Figures5Ͳ1thru5Ͳ5andTable5Ͳ 1summarizetheTSM&Oneedsforthefourcountyarea. BecauseofthemoreruralnatureofBakerandPutnam Counties,TSM&Oneedswerenotidentified.Figure5Ͳ1 thru5Ͳ5alsosummarizethesafetyneedswhichare discussedlaterinthisreport.

COSTFEASIBLEPLAN Ourplandedicates$34.21millioninrevenuethoughthe TransportationManagementAreafundingprogramfor TSM&Oprojects.Theserevenueswillbededicatedto individualprojectsonanannualbasiswhendeveloping theTransportationImprovementProgram.

TSM&Oreferstomultimodaltransportationstrategiesto maximizetheefficiency,safetyanduseofexistingand plannedtransportationinfrastructure.TSM&Ostrategies encompassmanyactivities,suchastrafficincident

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AUTONOMOUSANDCONNECTEDVEHICLES A UTONOMOUSANDCONNECTEDVEHICLESWILLFUNDAMENTALLYCHANGETHEWAYWETRAVEL ,  OURRELATIONSHIPWITHVEHICLESANDTHEINFRASTRUCTURENEEDEDTOMEETOURMOBILITY NEEDS .

INTRODUCTION Ourfutureinfrastructureispoisedtoachievesignificant improvementsinthecomingdecades,including: ƒ

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Saferroads—newtechnologiesincarsandon roadwayswillgreatlyreducemotorvehicle crashesinthecomingdecades.Someexperts predictthatwecanvirtuallyeliminatetraffic fatalitiesbyusingthesenewtechnologiesin concertwithlawenforcement,better engineeringandeducation. Lesscongestion—Automatedandconnected vehicles,operatinginplatoonsor independently,willtravelathighspeedsand occupylesshighwayspace,asonͲboardsensors, vehicleͲtoͲvehicleandvehicleͲtoͲinfrastructure communicationsallowformoreactivetraffic

 Theseoutcomesarehighlydesirable,andultimately achievable.However,thepathforwardmayrequirenew paradigmsfortransportationownersfromthewaythey plan,tohowtheyalignresources,tohowtheyinteract withthepublicatlarge.    5Ͳ11



managementacrosscitiesandcommuting corridors. Greatersustainability—Feweridling,fuming cars,moreefficientvehiclesofallkinds(many thatburnnofuels),andsmootherconnections betweentransportationmodeswillhavea highlypositiveimpactontheenvironmentand airquality.


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Whilefullyautonomousvehiclesmightbenot commonplacefortenormoreyears,untilthentherewill beasteadyrampͲupofautomatedfeaturesand communicationstechnologiesinvehicles.WithintheITS MasterPlanadoptedbytheNorthFloridaTPOand includedinthisplan,themostsignificantinvestment neededfrompublicinformationisproviding communicationnetworkstoaddressvehicleͲtoͲ infrastructurecommunication.Withthese communicationnetworksinplacecarswillgetFDOTͲ providedinsightsaboutaccidents,ice,heavyrain, alternateroutesandotherfactors—milesaheadoftheir currentpositions.Second,theagencieswillgetessential dataaboutvehiclespeed,wiperactivity,tireslippage, trafficdensityandotherfactors,whichwillenablerealͲ timeresponses(redirectingtraffic,variablesigns,inͲ vehiclealerts)toalleviatedangerandcongestion.

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ToprovidethevehicleͲinfrastructurecommunication capabilityinthenortheastFloridaregion,dedicatedshort rangecommunicationsdevicesshouldbeinstalledat everyhalfͲmilealongprioritycorridors.Thesedevicesare proposedtobeinstalledinfourphasestospreadthe fundingneededfordeployment.

COSTFEASIBLEPLAN Nofundingisdedicatedtotheseneedsatthistime. DuringtheconstructionofroadcapacityprojectsandITS deployments,afiberopticnetworkcommunications backboneisbeingdeployedincrementallytomeetthese needs.Onceacommunicationsbackboneisinplace,the costsofthededicatedshortrangecommunication devicesforroadsidetovehiclecommunicationsis estimatedtobe$6.9millionwithanannualoperating andmaintenancecostof$0.9millionperyearinpresent daycosts.

Thecorridorsaredividedintofourdifferentphasesfor dedicatedshortrangecommunicationsdevices deployment:





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PhaseILimitedAccessHighways:consistsofall majorlimitedaccesshighwaysintheregionsuchas IͲ95,IͲ295,SR202J.T.ButlerBoulevard,andIͲ10. PhaseII,OtherLimitedAccessHighways:consistsof otherlimitedaccesshighwaysorhighvolume corridorsintheregionsuchasSR212HartBridge Expressway,US90ArlingtonExpressway,SR115 MartinLutherKingExpressway,SR9B,andSR23 BrananFieldChaffeeRoad. PhaseIII,OtherStateRoads:consistsofstateroads intheregionthatareheavilytravelledsuchas,SR 21,SR13,SR5/US1,SR200,SR212,SR90,andSR 15/US17. PhaseIV,OtherArterials:consistsofarterialsthat arelistedintheneedsarterialcorridorlistandnot includedinthepreviousphasessuchasSR102 AirportRoad,andSR105HeckscherDrive.


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SAFETYANDSECURITY T OADDRESSTHESAFETYNEEDSINOURREGION , THE N ORTH F LORIDA TPO IDENTIFIEDPRIORITY CORRIDORSANDPROJECTSTOBECONSIDEREDINTHE LRTP. needsidentifiedinthisplanarelocalprioritiesforFDOT toconsiderintheprocess.FDOTfundssubgrantsthat addresstrafficsafetypriorityareasarealsoavailable. Theseprogramsinclude:

NEEDSPLAN TheStrategicSafetyPlanandCongestionManagement Planpreviouslydiscussedwereusedtodocumentthe safetyneedswithintheregion.Regionalsecurityneeds areaddressedbytheRegionalDomesticSecurityTask Forceandweredocumentedearlierinthisreport.

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COSTFEASIBLEPLAN Fundingforsafetyprojectsnotaddressedthroughother roadimprovementsisallocatedonanannualbasis throughthefollowingstatewideprograms.

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EachyeartheHighwaySafetyGrantProgramSectionof theFloridaDepartmentofTransportation(FDOT)Safety OfficedevelopsacomprehensiveHighwaySafetyPlan thatdescribestheprojectsrecommendedforfederal fundingduringtheupcomingfederalfiscalyear.The



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Table5Ͳ2.PrioritySafetyCorridors County ID Facility Clay 201 CR209RussellRoad Clay 202 CR215 Clay 203 CR218 Clay 608 CR220DoctorsInletRoad Clay 204 CR220ALongBayRoad Clay 241 SR21BlandingBoulevard Clay 209 SR21BlandingBoulevard Clay 212 SR21BlandingBoulevard Clay 215 SR21BlandingBoulevard Clay 219 SR21BlandingBoulevard Clay 221 SR21BlandingBoulevard Clay 231 SR21BlandingBoulevard Clay 605 SR21BlandingBoulevard Clay 606 SR21BlandingBoulevard Duval 200 CollinsRoad Duval 205 FirestoneRoad Duval 206 HarlowBoulevard Duval 607 IͲ295 Duval 610 IͲ295 Duval 233 JammesRoad Duval 234 MorseAvenue Duval 235 OldMiddleburgRoad Duval 236 OldMiddleburgRoad Duval 237 RampartRoad Duval 238 RickerRoad Duval 239 RickerRoad Duval 240 ShindlerDrive Duval 207 SR134103rdStreet Duval

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Table5Ͳ2.PrioritySafetyCorridors County ID Facility Duval 224 US1/SR15NewKingsRoad Duval 229 US1SR5PhilipsHighway Duval 223 US90BeachBoulevard Duval 600 WesconnettBoulevard Nassau 604 SR200SRA1A St.Johns 216 InternationalGolfParkway St.Johns 217 InternationalGolfParkway St.Johns 211 SR16/SR13 St.Johns 210 US1/SR5DixieHighway St.Johns 214 US1/SR5DixieHighway US1/SR5PonceDeLeon St.Johns 329 Boulevard  

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OPERATIONSANDMAINTENANCE M AINTAININGANDOPERATINGOURTRANSPORTATIONSYSTEMISESSENTIALFOROURMOBILITY ANDQUALITYOFLIFE .     

OurplanconsidersthelongͲtermneedstomaintainand operateourtransportationsystem.Withoutadequate maintenanceandoperations,ourinvestmentsin constructionandcapitalprojectswillnotbesustainable andthelongͲtermcostsofmaintainingoursystemwill increase.Theplandedicatesfederal,stateandlocal resourcesassummarizedinthefollowingtable.  

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Table5Ͳ2.SummaryofOperationsandMaintenanceCosts   Phase 2019Ͳ2020 2021Ͳ2025 2026Ͳ2030 2031Ͳ2040 22ͲYearTotal StateHighwaySystem  O&M $991 $1,982 $2,023 $2,216 $7,212 LocalRoadways  O&M   $33  $33  Clay O&M $30 $85 $108 $315 $538  Duval O&M $267 $819 $1,117 $3,612 $5,816  Nassau O&M $2 $6 $7 $20 $36  St.Johns O&M $53 $176 $257 $936 $1,422 TotalRoadways   $1,343 $3,067 $3,546 $7,099 $15,056 JTATransit Bus O&M $167 $465 $548 $1,400 $2,580  Skyway/Streetcar O&M $3 $10 $11 $29 $53  BRT O&M  $233 $610 $1,557 $2,400  CommuterRail O&M    $7,647 $7,647  ParkandRideLots O&M $1 $2 $2 $5 $9  SubtotalJTA  $171 $710 $1,171 $10,637 $12,689 Sunshine SunshineTransit O&M $3 $8 $9 $23 $42 TotalTransit   $174 $1,427 $2,351 $21,298 $25,250 Total   $1,517 $4,494 $5,897 $28,397 $40,305 





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BALANCINGOURPLAN A PLANTHATISWELLBALANCEDENSURESWEPROVIDEOURRESIDENTSWITHTHECHOICESTHEY NEEDANDTHATOURINVESTMENTSAREFAIRANDEQUITABLE . Ourplanningprocessensuredthatwehaveaplanthatis balancedwiththeanticipatedrevenues.

Wehavealsodevelopedaplanthatisbalanced geographicallytoensurethatresourcesarefairly allocatedamongourpartners.Geographicequityis relatedtopopulationdistribution,butourplanis regionalinnatureandmanyofourinvestmentbenefit residentswhocrosscountyboundarieseverydaytowork andplay.

Aplanisalsowellbalancedwheninvestmentsaremade toprovidemodechoicestoenhancemobilityand livabilitywithinourcommunity.Reliableandsafe transportationthroughenhancedtransitandsafe walkablecommunitiesforouragingpopulationis essentialtomaintainindependentliving.Asmoreseniors continuetodrive,highwayfeaturessuchasclearsigning andlightingbecomeespeciallyimportant.

Socialequity,socialdiversity,qualityoflifeandmeeting theneedsoftheunderservedareaspectsofsocial sustainabilitythatwereaddressedduringtheplanning processthroughextensivepublicoutreach.

ThePathForward2040LRTPconsiderstheaging population,changingdemographicsandpopulation growth.Theplanconsidersthetransportationsystem needsofallusergroupsandrecognizesthatthereisan increasingdemandforsolutionsandstrategiesspanning thebroadestspectrumofusers,vehicles,andmodal choicepreferences.

Thefollowingtablessummarizeshowthebalance achievedinourplanningprocesswhentheexpenditures arecomparedtoneeds,geographyandmodesserved.

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PathForward2040LongRangeTransportationPlan Table6Ͳ2.TotalExpendituresbyFundSourceforCapacityPrograms 75 FundProgram Years Years 2019Ͳ2020 2021Ͳ2025 StrategicIntermodalSystem $39.82 $508.26 OtherStateHighways $122.33 $273.13 TransportationManagementArea $28.80 $77.44 Turnpike/Tolls $0.00 $1,951.22 TRIP $0.70 $5.40 ClayCounty  $52.88 DuvalCounty $255.23 $362.31 NassauCounty $0.00 $0.00 St.JohnsCounty $2.75 $13.50 FTAPassengerFerryGrant  $6.62 StateandFederalTransit $63.07 $174.11 TransitLocalMatch $21.02 $58.04 TransportationAlternatives(TALU) $2.80 $7.10 TransportationAlternatives(TALT) $3.78 $9.38 SISMultimodal $338.65 $220.42 FederalSeaportGrant $311.00 JAXPORT $186.50 GrandTotal $1,376.45 $3,719.80 62F67F80F80F





 75 Includesallphases. 6Ͳ6 

Years 2026Ͳ2030 $874.16 $284.40 $83.98 $0.00 $5.39 $73.02 $102.89 $10.75 $32.52

Years 2031Ͳ2040 $2,635.50 $709.21 $126.18 $0.00 $10.80 $122.82 $242.68 $30.88 $118.61

$171.98 $57.33 $7.10 $9.38 $313.60

$350.84 $116.95 $14.20 $18.76 $2,510.64

$2,026.49

$7,008.08

22ͲYear Total $4,057.74 $1,389.08 $316.40 $1,951.22 $22.29 $248.73 $963.11 $41.63 $167.38 $6.62 $760.00 $253.33 $31.20 $41.30 $3,383.31 $311.00 $186.50 $14,130.82


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Table6Ͳ3.TotalRevenueandExpendituresforBalancing Source Item Years 2019Ͳ2020 StrategicIntermodal System

Revenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference OtherArterials Revenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference Turnpike/Tolls Revenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference Transportation Revenue ManagementArea Expenditures CumulativeDifference Transportation Revenue Alternatives(TALU) Expenditures CumulativeDifference Transportation Revenue Alternatives(TALT) Expenditures CumulativeDifference TransportationRegional Revenue IncentiveProgram(TRIP) Expenditures CumulativeDifference StateandFederalTransit FederalandState NewStarts TotalRevenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference StrategicIntermodal Revenue SystemMultimodal Expenditures CumulativeDifference FederalSeaportGrant Revenue forSt.JohnsRiver Expenditures Dredging CumulativeDifference Clay Revenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference DuvalCountyNonTransit Revenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference    

Years 2021Ͳ2025

Years 2026Ͳ2030

Years 2031Ͳ2040

$24.86 $24.86 $0.00 $116.70 $116.70 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $28.80 $28.80 $0.00 $2.80 $2.80 $0.00 $3.78 $3.78 $0.00 $0.70 $0.70 $0.00 $56.90 $6.17 $63.07 $63.07 $0.00

$473.90 $473.90 $0.00 $260.60 $260.60 $0.00 $1,951.22 $1,951.22 $0.00 $71.90 $71.90 $0.00 $7.10 $7.10 $0.00 $9.38 $9.38 $0.00 $5.40 $5.40 $0.00 $146.50 $27.61 $174.11 $174.11 $0.00

$773.34 $773.34 $0.00 $246.40 $246.40 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $71.90 $71.89 $0.00 $7.10 $7.10 $0.00 $9.38 $9.38 $0.00 $5.40 $5.39 $0.01 $153.90 $18.08 $171.98 $171.98 $0.00

$2,635.50 $2,635.50 $0.00 $538.80 $538.80 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $143.80 $143.81 $0.00 $14.20 $14.20 $0.00 $18.76 $18.76 $0.00 $10.80 $10.80 $0.01 $322.80 $28.04 $350.84 $350.84 $0.00

$4,057.74 $4,057.74 $0.00 $1,162.50 $1,162.50 $0.00 $1,951.22 $1,951.22 $0.00 $316.40 $316.40 $0.00 $31.20 $31.20 $0.00 $41.30 $41.30 $0.00 $22.30 $22.29 $0.01 $680.10 $79.90 $760.00 $760.00 $0.00

$836.15 $836.15 $0.00 $311.00 $311.00 $0.00 $67.04

$220.42 $220.42 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $47.79 $52.88 $61.95 $987.78 $362.31 $895.20

$313.60 $313.60 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $50.62 $73.02 $39.54 $725.55 $102.89 $1,517.86 

$2,510.64 $2,510.64 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $110.42 $122.82 $27.14 $170.66 $202.68 $1,485.84

$3,880.81 $3,880.81 $0.00 $311.00 $311.00 $0.00 $275.87 $248.73 $27.14 $2,408.95 $923.11 $1,485.84

$67.04 $524.96 $255.23 $269.73

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Table6Ͳ3.TotalRevenueandExpendituresforBalancing Source Item Years 2019Ͳ2020 DuvalCountyTransit

LocalMatchfor St.JohnsRiverDredging NassauCounty

St.JohnsCounty

CharterTransitSurtax TransitLocalMatch Differences Revenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference Revenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference Revenue Expenditures CumulativeDifference

Years 2021Ͳ2025

Years 2026Ͳ2030

Years 2031Ͳ2040

$551.73 $58.04 $707.76 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $25.00 $0.00 $36.71 $61.62 $13.50 $74.23

$647.40 $57.33 $1,297.84 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $26.54 $10.75 $52.50 $65.47 $32.52 $107.19

$1,651.08 $116.95 $2,831.97 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $58.16 $30.88 $79.78 $108.18 $118.61 $96.75

$235.10 $21.02 $214.07 $186.00 $186.00 $0.00 $11.71 $0.00 $11.71 $28.86 $2.75 $26.11

22ͲYear Total $3,085.31 $253.33 $2,831.97 $186.00 $186.00 $0.00 $121.41 $41.63 $79.78 $264.13 $167.38 $96.75

 Table6Ͳ4.SummaryofFundsinProportiontoNeeds76 ProjectCategory ProjectCosts Road Transit TSM&O BicycleandPedestrian Freight Total Totalsmaynotmatchduetoroundingofsubtotals. 

Funded $33,637 $4,164 $709 $464 $6,504 $46,081

Table6Ͳ5.GeographicDistribution County 2040Population %Population Clay 315,700 Duval 1,071,600 Nassau 116,700 St.Johns 377,000 Total 1,881,000 Totalsmaynotmatchduetoroundingofsubtotals.

Allocation 17% 57% 6% 20% 100%

 76 SeeAppendixKforasummaryoftheneedsprojectcostsinpresentdaydollars. 6Ͳ8 

Percent ofNeedMet $8,892 26% $1,020 58% $34 5% $303 65% $3,880 60% $14,131 31%

%Allocation $2,925 $8,709 $656 $1,841 $14,131

21% 62% 5% 13% 100%


StrategicIntermodalSystem78 Turnpike/Tolls79 SISMultimodal80 FDOTSubtotal OtherStateHighways81 TransportationManagementArea TransportationAlternatives(TALU)82 TransportationAlternatives(TALT) 83 TransportationRegionalIncentiveProgram(TRIP) 84 StateandFederalTransit85 NorthFloridaTPOSubtotal    

Program

$1,587.40

$21.23

$6,008.96 $1,297.42 $268.75

$4,057.74 $1,951.22

Roads

$760.00 $760.00

$1,377.21 $1,377.21

Transit

$178.66

$0.00 $91.66 $13.44 $31.20 $41.30 $1.06 $34.21

$34.21

$0.00

Bicycleand TSM&O Pedestrian77

$0.00

$2,006.10 $2,006.10

Freight

$4,057.74 $1,951.22 $3,383.31 $9,392.27 $1,389.08 $316.40 $31.20 $41.30 $22.29 $760.00 $2.560.27

Total

 77 Theseexpendituresarebasedon5%ofroadcapacityprojectsanddedicatedrevenuesforbicycleandpedestrianprojects. 78 TherevenueestimateprovidedbyFDOTof$3,880.96milliondoesnotincludePreliminaryEngineering(PE)phases.ThistotalincludesPreliminary Engineering(PE)phasesasprogrammedintheCostFeasiblePlan. 79 TherevenueestimatewasprovidedbyFDOT. 80 ThesefundsaredistributedbyFDOTonastatewidebasis.Thefundswereestimatedbyextrapolatingthecurrentstatewidefundingthroughthehorizonof theplananddevelopingareasonableestimateofthestatewidefundingthatwouldbeallocatedtoNorthFlorida.Thisestimateincludes$186.50millionof statefundstomatchthefederalauthorizationforSt.JohnsRiverDredging. 81 TherevenueestimateprovidedbyFDOTof$1,162.50milliondoesnotincludePreliminaryEngineering(PE)phases.ThistotalincludesPEphasesas programmedintheCostFeasiblePlan. 82 ThesefundscanonlybeusedwithintheNorthFloridaTransportationManagementArea. 83 ThesefundsaredistributedbyFDOTonadistrictwidebasis.Thetotalshownisadistrictwidetotal. 84 ThesefundsaredistributedbyFDOTonadistrictwidebasis.Thetotalshownisadistrictwidetotal. 85 Thefundsinclude$680.10millionoffederalandstatecapacityfundingfortheNorthFloridaTPOestimatedbyFDOTplus$79.90ofNewStartsfunding.The federalandstatecapacityfundsaredistributedonastatewideprioritybasis.TheNewStartsfundingisallocatedbytheFederalTransitAdministrationona competitivebasis.Atotalof$760.30millionofNewStartfundswasestimatedonastatewidebasisbyFDOT.TheseprogramsarenotshownintheFDOT AdoptedWorkProgram. 6Ͳ9 

PrimaryDecisionͲ MakingAuthority FDOT FDOT FDOT  NorthFloridaTPO NorthFloridaTPO NorthFloridaTPO NorthFloridaTPO NorthFloridaTPO NorthFloridaTPO    Continuedonnextpage. 

Table6Ͳ6.ModalDistribution

 

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PrimaryDecisionͲ MakingAuthority Local Local Local Local Local Local Local  FederalGrants FederalGrants     

$236.88 $860.64

ClayCounty DuvalCountyRoadCapacity JAXPORT TransitLocalMatch DuvalCountySubtotal NassauCounty St.JohnsCounty SubtotalLocal FTAPassengerFerryGrant FederalSeaportGrant FederalGrants GrandTotal

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$0.00 $8,892.93

$860.64 $39.64 $159.41 $1,296.58

Roads

Program

Table6Ͳ6.ModalDistribution

$6.62 $2,397.16

$253.33 $6.62

$253.33 $253.33

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Transit

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$302.93

$102.47 $1.98 $7.97 $124.27

$0.00 $34.21

$0.00

$0.00

Bicycleand TSM&O Pedestrian77 $11.84 $43.03 $59.44

$311.00 $311.00 $2,503.60

$186.50

$186.50

$0.00 $186.50

Freight $248.73 $963.11 $186.50 $253.33 $1,402.95 $41.63 $167.38 $1,860.68 $6.62 $311.00 $317.62 $14,130.82

Total


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