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Technical Memorandum #10 2040 Cost Feasible Plan

February 19, 2015


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan

EXECUTIVE: SUMMARY INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE

T HE P ATH F ORWARD 2040 L ONG R ANGE T RANSPORTATION P LAN PROPOSES NEW STRATEGIES AND PROJECTS TO ACT BOLDLY TO DEFINE THE TRANSPORTATION INVESTMENTS THAT WILL SHAPE OUR COMMUNITY ’ S FUTURE FOR DECADES TO COME . North Florida, like many great regions, began as a hub for commerce and transportation. Our six county region consisting of Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns Counties consists of an area of over 3,900 square miles and 1.4 million citizens. It includes some of our nation’s first ports, cities and roads. Our history as a transportation center shaped our region’s past and will drive our future.

will meet the challenges of today’s congestion and tomorrow’s growth. Every five years, the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) updates the region’s Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) to guide decision making and investment in our transportation system. Transportation projects must be included in the plan to receive state and federal funding, and all projects in the plan must have the projected cost and funding source identified. The plan is required to have at least a 20-year horizon and address major road, transit, freight, bike and pedestrian needs. Since the 2035 update was completed in 2009, we’ve experienced changes in our economy that affect how we live, travel and pay for transportation improvements. The LRTP proposes new strategies and projects to act boldly to define the transportation investments that will shape our community’s future for decades to come. However, our needs greatly exceed the anticipated revenues. In today’s dollars we have more than $27 billion of needs versus $7 billion in funding. Considering inflation over the 22-year plan horizon, those needs increase to $46 billion with only $14.8 billion in revenues available.

Roads, bridges, airports, railroads and seaports deliver the goods we consume each day. About 160 million tons of freight are transported throughout the region by truck, rail, air and water each year. These activities are a major engine driving our economy. But, our future as America’s Logistics Center is in danger because of traffic congestion. Traffic congestion slows the movement of people and goods that makes this region vital and prosperous. Every day we travel to work, to school, for shopping and recreation. By the year 2040, we’ll have nearly 1.9 million residents. Our region will grow by approximately 600,000 people, 265,000 households and 300,000 jobs. This growth in population will significantly increase the demand for safe, reliable and accessible transportation. Not only will we have more demand for transportation, but the mobility needs of our residents are changing too. For many, access to transit and the ability to walk to work or shop may be more important than driving. Transit use is on the rise and our residents have told us they want more access to reliable and efficient public transportation. Our older generation needs more choices for personal mobility that do not rely on automobiles and younger generations are choosing more active lifestyles that include bicycles and walking. Concerns about the environment are also changing the way we travel with more travelers choosing alternative fuels and ridesharing options to reduce their carbon footprint.

To maximize our return on investment, our plan proposes strategies such as express lanes and transportation systems management and operations projects. Other strategic investments such as transit, context sensitive solutions and dedicated revenues for bicycle and pedestrian improvements will provide mode choices to enhance mobility and livability within the region. Investments in our multimodal systems to move freight will be the catalyst for continued economic prosperity to enhance our region’s competitiveness. After an extensive planning and community outreach process, the North Florida TPO adopted the Cost Feasible Plan November 13, 2014.

Building roads, transit and other transportation infrastructure doesn’t happen overnight. It takes years of planning and coordination and this plan forms the foundation for that process through the year 2040 that i


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan

CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: INVESTING IN OUR FUTURE ................................................................................................................................... I COMPLETED AND COMMITTED CONSTRUCTION ...................................................................................................................................... 1

FINANCIAL RESOURCES ...................................................................................................................................................................... 7 STRATEGIC INTERMODAL SYSTEM FUNDED PROJECTS ............................................................................................................................. 11 OTHER FEDERALLY AND STATE FUNDED PROJECTS ................................................................................................................................. 15 TOLL FUNDED PROJECTS .................................................................................................................................................................. 25 LOCALLY AND PRIVATELY FUNDED PROJECTS ........................................................................................................................................ 27 TRANSIT PROGRAMS ....................................................................................................................................................................... 31 ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION AND CONTEXT SENSITIVE SOLUTIONS .............................................................................................................. 35 TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS................................................................................................................ 39 MULTIMODAL FREIGHT .................................................................................................................................................................... 41 OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE...................................................................................................................................................... 45 BALANCING OUR PLAN .................................................................................................................................................................... 47

APPENDIX A –ALTERNATIVE OR INTERIM VERSIONS AUGUST 18, 2014 AUGUST 21, 2014 AUGUST 27, 2014 SEPTEMBER 3, 2014 SEPTEMBER 11, 2014 OCTOBER 1, 2014 OCTOBER 10, 2014 NOVEMBER 3, 2014 NOVEMBER 10, 2014

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan

LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES

Figure 1. Committed and Completed Construction ..................................................................................................................... 2 Figure 2. Regional Road Capacity Projects ................................................................................................................................. 52 Figure 3. Regional Transit Projects ............................................................................................................................................ 53 Figure 4. Regional Multimodal Freight Projects ........................................................................................................................ 54 Table 1. Major Projects Under Construction or Completed Since the 2035 Plan Was Adopted ................................................. 3 Table 2. Major Projects with Construction Funding Committed ............................................................................................... 6 Table 3. Major Bicycle, Pedestrian and Transit Projects with Construction Funding Committed ............................................. 7 Table 4. Federal and State Revenue ......................................................................................................................................... 10 Table 5. Local Revenue .............................................................................................................................................................. 11 Table 6. Summary of Funding Programs by Primary Decision-Making Authority...................................................................... 12 Table 7. Strategic Intermodal System Projects ........................................................................................................................ 14 Table 8. Other State and Federal Highway Capacity Funds Projects ....................................................................................... 18 Table 9. Transportation Management Areas Fund Projects .................................................................................................... 22 Table 10. Transportation Regional Incentive Program (TRIP) .................................................................................................. 23 Table 11. Projects Funded with Turnpike/Toll Revenue ............................................................................................................ 26 Table 12. Clay County Locally Funded Projects ........................................................................................................................ 28 Table 13. Duval County Locally Funded Projects (Non LOGT) ................................................................................................... 28 Table 14. Duval County Locally Funded Projects from LOGT ................................................................................................... 29 Table 15. Nassau County Locally Funded Projects ................................................................................................................... 30 Table 16. St. Johns Locally Funded Projects ............................................................................................................................. 30 Table 17. Federal and State Transit Capacity Projects ............................................................................................................... 32 Table 18. Summary of Funding for Transit................................................................................................................................. 33 Table 19. Duval County LOGT Transit Accessibility, Mobility and Transit Hub Projects ............................................................ 34 Table 20. Summary of Anticipated Revenue for Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects ..................................................................... 36 Table 21. Candidate Context Sensitive Solution Funded Projects ............................................................................................. 37 Table 22. Duval County LOGT Transit Accessibility and Mobility and Hub Projects .................................................................. 38 Table 24. Freight and Intermodal Funded Projects ................................................................................................................... 42 Table 25. Summary of Maintenance and Operations Costs ...................................................................................................... 46 Table 26. Summary of Expenditures by Fund Source ................................................................................................................ 48 Table 27. Revenue and Expenditure Balancing.......................................................................................................................... 49 Table 28. Summary of Expenditures in Proportion to Need ...................................................................................................... 50 Table 29. Geographic Distribution ............................................................................................................................................. 50 Table 2. Summary of Expenditures in Proportion to Needs by Mode ....................................................................................... 51

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COMPLETED AND COMMITTED CONSTRUCTION

T O ESTABLISH A BASELINE FOR DETERMINING FUTURE NEEDS , PROJECTS THAT WERE COMPLETED SINCE THE LAST LRTP AND PROJECTS WITH COMMITMENTS FOR CONSTRUCTION WITHIN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS WERE IDENTIFIED . An analysis of the progress made in completing the Envision 2035 LRTP was performed to establish the baseline for this Cost Feasible Plan. Major projects completed since the adoption of the 2035 LRTP are shown on Figure 1 and summarized in Table 1.

The projects identified with commitments for construction or capital improvements are part of the Cost Feasible Plan to provide the flexibility to implement projects commensurate with future funding availability. Projects in Baker and Putnam Counties are shown in the list of committed projects based on the regional development of this plan and their inclusion in the travel demand forecasting model for North Florida.

The major projects with commitments for construction are summarized in Table 2 and Table 3. The commitments were obtained from the following planning documents and through coordination with our partner agencies. 

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All values in this plan for revenues and costs are reported in year of expenditure dollars.

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 1. Major Projects Under Construction or Completed Since the 2035 Plan Was Adopted Facility ID From To Alt. US 1 Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway Chaffee Road

Phase

New Interchange

Complete

3047

at 21st Street/ Talleyrand Avenue rd SR 134 103 Street

Chaffee Road

New 2 Lane

Complete

Clark Road Extension

1020

Clark Road

Broward Road

New 2 Lane

Complete

Collins Road

3048

Old Middleburg Road

Shinder Drive

New 2 Lane

Complete

Gene Lassere Boulevard

Nassau Center Court

New 2 Lane

Under Construction

US 1

FEC Railroad

Overpass

Under construction Complete Under construction

Concourse Loop Road CR 210

7

Improvement

711 21

CR 210 Extension Davis Parkway

3046 961

Valley Ridge Boulevard at 9B Extension

Nocatee Parkway

I-10

3051

Halsema Road

Lane Avenue

New 2 Lane New Interchange and New 2 Lane Road Add 2 Lane

I-10

3043 3042 3052

at Hammond Boulevard (Marietta) I-295

Under construction

SR 111 Cassat Avenue

New Interchange and Remove Existing Add Auxiliary Lanes

Under construction

Commonwealth Avenue

Interchange Modification Interchange Modification Add Auxiliary Lanes Interchange Modification

Under construction

I-10 I-295

62

I-295

3010

I-295

11

I-295

3009

1

at SR 208 Wilson Boulevard at SR 228 Normandy Boulevard I-10 at Commonwealth Avenue

Complete

Under construction

Complete Under construction

Projects identified in the list of committed projects in the Envision 2035 Cost Feasible Plan are show as “Committed Project�. Projects identified as Operations Improvement were not part of the 2035 Cost Feasible Plan. 3

2035 Cost Feasible Plan 1 Status Committed Project Committed Project Committed Project Locally Funded Locally Funded 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #19 Private Privately Funded Committed Project Committed Project Operations Improvement Operations Improvement Operations Improvement 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #6 Operations Improvement


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 1. Major Projects Under Construction or Completed Since the 2035 Plan Was Adopted Facility ID From To

Improvement

Phase

I-295

60

at Pritchard Road

Interchange Modification

Under construction

I-295

67

at SR 104 Dunn Avenue

Complete

I-295

1022

SR 13 (Buckman Bridge)

I-95

Interchange Modification Add 4 Express Lanes

I-295

431

SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

Collins Road

Complete

I-295

59

at SR 105 Heckscher Drive

I-95

65

at Bowden Road

I-95

71

at SR 202 J.T. Butler Boulevard

Interchange Modification Interchange Modification Interchange Modification Interchange Modification

I-95

3041

I-95

Under construction

Under construction Complete Under construction

Fuller Warren Bridge

Bridge Replacement

Under construction

13

Emerson Street (Overland Bridge) at I-295 North

Phase 1

Interchange Modifications

Complete

Max Leggett Parkway

35

I-95

Owens Road

Widen to 4 Lanes

Complete

Max Leggett Parkway

3040

Owens Road

SR 5 US 1

New 4 Lane

Under Construction

SR 104 Dunn Avenue

3011

Garden Boulevard

Walgreens

Complete

I-95

CR 107

Intersection Improvement Widen to 6 Lanes

Complete

Old Jennings Road

Intersection Improvement Widen to 4 Lanes

SR 200 SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

37 3007 33

Hodges Boulevard SR 23 Branan Field Road

4

Under Construction

Complete

2035 Cost Feasible Plan 1 Status 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #7 Operations Improvement 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #5 Committed Project Committed Project Operations Improvement 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #22 Operations Improvement 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #21 Privately Funded Privately Funded Operations Improvement 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #9 Operations Improvement Locally Funded


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 1. Major Projects Under Construction or Completed Since the 2035 Plan Was Adopted Facility ID From To

Improvement

Phase

SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

3050

Old Jennings Road

Knight Boxx Road

Widen to 6 Lanes

Complete

SR 23 First Coast Expressway

3006

Old Jennings Road

Build Frontage Roads

Complete

SR 23 First Coast Expressway

36

SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

Oakleaf Plantation Parkway I-10

Under construction

I-95

US 1 SR 5 Philips Highway

New Limited Access Toll Road New Limited Access Roadway

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I-295

Complete

Wells Road

I-295

New Limited Access Roadway Add Lanes and Reconstruct New 4 Lane Road Widen to 4 Lanes

Under construction

SR 9B

4

SR 9B

126

US 17 Park Avenue

3020

US 301 SR 200

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Baldwin Bypass South of Baldwin

Baldwin Bypass North of Baldwin

US 301 SR 200

301

North of Baldwin

Callahan

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Under construction

Complete Under construction

2035 Cost Feasible Plan 1 Status Locally Funded Committed Project Committed Project 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #11 Committed Project Operations Improvement 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #12 2035 Cost Feasible Plan #13


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 2. Major Projects with Construction Funds Committed Facility Chester Road CR 216 CR 220 Doctors Inlet Road CR 739 Henley Road/ Russell Road Crawford Road Crawford Road Florida East Coast Railway Fort Gates Ferry Road Girvin Road Girvin Road Holloway Road I-10 at I-95 I-10 I-295 I-295 I-95 I-95 I-95 Kolas Ferry Road Lake Susan Road Old St Augustine Road Parramore Road Extension Pecan Park Road Radio Avenue SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard SR 10 US 90 Beaver Street SR 10 US 90 Beaver Street SR 109 University Boulevard SR 115 Southside Boulevard SR 134 103rd Street SR 152 Baymeadows Road SR 20 SR 200 SR A1A SR 200 SR A1A SR 202 J. T . Butler Boulevard SR 21 Blanding Boulevard SR 21 Blanding Boulevard SR 21 Blanding Boulevard SR 212 Beach Boulevard SR 23 First Coast Expressway SR 23 First Coast Expressway SR 243 JIA North Access Road SR 9B SR 9B

ID 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

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To

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SR 200 SR A1A SR 100 CR 209 Russell Road CR 218 CR 121 Old Alabama Trail RAILEX SR 19 SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard Ashley Melisse SR 100 US 17 Roosevelt Boulevard SR 23 First Coast Expressway SR 9B rd SR 134 103 Street at I-295/SR 9A North at SR 102 Airport Road at Old St. Augustine Road Murrhee Road Alachua County Line Greenland Road / Loretto Road Youngerman Circle SR 243 JIA North Access Road US 17 SR 115 Arlington Expressway CR 121 Brandy Branch Road CR 119 Otis Road Bartram Drive Deercreek Club Road at Firestone Road Freedom Commerce Parkway Alachua County Line Still Quarters Road Rubin Lane SR 115 Southside Boulevard CR 218 Branan Field Road CR 220 Long Bay Road F.O.P. Way Argyle Forest Boulevard Clay County Line SR 102 Airport Road US 1 Philips Highway CR 2209

Green Pine Road US 17 Knight Boxx Road CR 220 Doctors Inlet Road Old Alabama Trail US 301 SR 200

Add Lanes and Reconstruct Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Road Reconstruction Road Reconstruction Rail Capacity Project Road Reconstruction Widen to 5 Lanes Widen to 3 Lanes New Road Construction Interchange Improvement Interchange Improvement Add 4 Express Lanes Interchange Improvement Interchange Ramp (New) Interchange Improvement Interchange Improvement Road Reconstruction Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 6 Lanes New 2 Lane Road Widen to 4 Lanes New Road Construction Intersection Improvement Add Right Turn Lane(s) Add Right Turn Lane(s) Intersection Improvement Intersection Improvement Intersection Improvement Intersection Improvement Add Lanes and Reconstruct Add Lanes and Reconstruct Add Lanes and Reconstruct Interchange Improvement Add Lanes and Reconstruct Add Lanes and Reconstruct Add Lanes and Reconstruct Intersection Improvement New 4-Lane Road Construction Widen to 6 Lane Limited Access Toll Road New Road Construction New Road Construction New Road Construction

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

FDOT FDOT FDOT Clay FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT Duval LOGT Duval LOGT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT Duval LOGT Duval LOGT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT

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

Mount Royal Ave Ashley Melisse Wonderwood Drive Tinsley Road San Marco Avenue US 90 SR 202 J.T. Butler Boulevard Firestone Road Phase 2

Kings Ferry Road CR 21 I-295 Collins Road I-95 Minor Road Monument Road

Cesery Boulevard

Country Day School Drive SW 56th Avenue Rubin Lane CR 107 Scott Road Black Creek Old Jennings Road Allie Murray Road Ryar Road I-10 Argyle Forest Boulevar Pecan Park Road I-95 Duval County Line 6

Fiscal Year 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

Amount $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


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 2. Major Projects with Construction Funds Committed Facility

ID

SR 9B US 17 SR 15 US 301 SR 200

126 54 23

From

To

Improvement

County

Fund Source

Phase

South of SR 9A Horse Landing Road South of Baldwin

I-95 Boundary Road in San Mateo North of Baldwin

New Road Construction Widen to 4 Lanes New 4 Lane Roadway - Baldwin Bypass

Duval Putnam Duval

FDOT FDOT FDOT

DSB CST CST

Table 3. Major Bicycle, Pedestrian and Transit Projects with Construction Funding Committed

Fiscal Year 2015 2015 2017

$0.05 $17.65 $37.18

County

Facility

From

To

Improvement

Phase Fund Source

Clay

CR 218 Pine Avenue FEC Railway 3 North First Coast Flyer Sherry Drive 4 Southeast First Coast Flyer

Mimosa Avenue Old Fleming Grove Road RAILEX Downtown Jacksonville (Duval County) Atlantic Beach Elementary Downtown Jacksonville (Duval County)

SR 21 Blanding Boulevard Raggedy Point Road

Avenues Mall

Bike Path Trail Sidewalk Rail Capacity Bus Rapid Transit Sidewalk Bus Rapid Transit

CST CST 2 CAP CAP CST CAP

FDOT FDOT FDOT Jacksonville Transportation Authority FDOT Jacksonville Transportation Authority

2015 2017 2015 2016 2019 2016

$0.74 $1.30 $1.14 $33.50 $0.45 $23.80

SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard SR 115 Arlington Expressway Timuquan Trail Bailey and Simmons Road Main Street St. Johns Avenue

Intracoastal Waterway Bridge Service Roads Kingsley Connector Sports Complex Junction Road Sports Complex

Fletcher Avenue End of Existing Trail SR 19

Sidewalk Sidewalk Bike Path Trail Sidewalk Bike Path Trail Bike Path Trail

CST CST CST CST CST CST

FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT

2017 2017 2016 2018 2016 2019

$1.20 $0.30 $2.00 $1.30 $0.77 $0.75

Bike Path Trail Sidewalk Bike Path Trail Bike Path Trail

CST CST CST CST

FDOT FDOT FDOT FDOT

2019 2014 2015 2015

$0.95 $0.15 $0.32 $0.37 $69.04

Duval

Nassau Putnam St. Johns

River Sea Loop Trail SR 13 SR 207

Holley Berry Lane Armstrong Trail Heads Hastings Trail Heads

I-295

Roberts Road

Total Note: All Cost Feasible Plan project number references are as shown in the plan summary brochure.

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CAP represents capital improvements. 2035 Cost Feasible Plan Project #B 4 2035 Cost Feasible Plan Project #D 3

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Amount

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan

FINANCIAL RESOURCES

P UTTING OUR INFRASTRUCTURE TO WORK REQUIRES FINANCIAL RESOURCES TO BUILD , OPERATE AND MAINTAIN BOTH EXISTING AND FUTURE FACILITIES . Revenues were forecast through the year 2040. These revenues will come from federal, state and local revenue sources that are currently authorized. No new sources of revenue were considered. Within the Path Forward LRTP, only the revenues consistent with the federal planning boundaries for Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns Counties were considered. All revenues shown in this report are in year of expenditure values. Alternative sources of revenue were considered and include  

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Table 4 and Table 5 summarize the estimated revenues. Operations and maintenance revenues are discussed in a later section of this report. Not all revenues estimated for the plan were used to fund projects within the Cost Feasible Plan. In Table 2-24 the total revenues estimated during the planning process for local governments are shown. However, during the Cost Feasible Plan development, local agencies used more conservative estimates of revenue in identifying their locally-funded projects. The forecasts prepared as part of the planning process are shown to provide consistency. Table 6 summarizes the funding programs identified in the plan based on the agency with the primary decision-making authority using the adjusted local revenues and summarizes the allocation by mode in the Cost Feasible Plan.

Extension of existing taxes that are scheduled to retire within the horizon of the plan. Authorizing new taxes to maximize the potential for revenue within the legislative authority of each county. Alternative taxes such as vehicle miles traveled taxes. Additional toll revenues beyond facilities currently planned as toll roads. 9


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 4. Federal and State Revenue Fund Program 5 Strategic Intermodal System 6 Other State Highways 7 Turnpike/Tolls Transportation Management Area 8 Transportation Regional Incentive Program 9 Transportation Alternatives (TALU) 10 Transportation Alternatives (TALT) 11 State and Federal Transit 12 Federal Transit Administration Passenger Ferry Grant Strategic Intermodal System Multimodal 14 Federal Seaport Grant Total

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2019-2020 $39.82 $122.33 $0.00

2021-2025 $508.26 $273.13 $1,951.22

2026-2030 $874.16 $284.40 $0.00

2031-2040 $2,635.50 $709.21 $0.00

Total $4,057.74 $1,389.08 $1,951.22

$28.80 $0.70 $2.80 $3.78 $63.07

$77.44 $5.40 $7.10 $9.38 $174.11 $6.62

$83.98 $5.39 $7.10 $9.38 $171.98

$126.18 $10.80 $14.20 $18.76 $350.84

$316.40 $22.29 $31.20 $41.30 $760.00 $6.62

$338.65 $311.00 $1,376.45

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$313.60

$2,923.24

$3,719.80

$2,026.49

$7,420.68

$3,795.90 $311.00 $14,543.42

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The revenue estimate provided by FDOT of $3,880.96 million does not include Preliminary Engineering (PE) phases. This total includes Preliminary Engineering (PE) phases as programmed in the Cost Feasible Plan. 6 The revenue estimate provided by FDOT of $1,162.50 million does not include Preliminary Engineering (PE) phases. This total includes PE phases as programmed in the Cost Feasible Plan. 7 The revenue estimate was provided by FDOT. 8 These funds are distributed by FDOT on a districtwide basis. The total shown is a districtwide total. 9 These funds may only be used in the North Florida Transportation Management Area. 10 These funds are distributed by FDOT on a districtwide basis. The total shown is a districtwide total. 11 The funds include $680.10 million of federal and state capacity funding for the North Florida TPO estimated by FDOT plus $79.90 of New Starts funding. The federal and state capacity funds are distributed on a statewide priority basis. The New Starts funding is allocated by the Federal Transit Administration on a competitive basis. A total of $760.30 million of New Start funds was estimated on a statewide basis by FDOT. These programs are not shown in the FDOT Adopted Work Program. 12 A Passenger Ferry Program Grant was authorized for capacity improvements but is not obligated. 13 These funds are distributed by FDOT on a statewide basis. The funds were estimated by extrapolating the current statewide funding through the horizon of the plan and developing a reasonable estimate of the statewide funding that would be allocated to North Florida. This estimate includes $186.50 million of state funds to match the federal authorization for St. Johns River Dredging. 14 Authorization was approved in the 2014 Water Resources and Reform Development Act but is not obligated. In additional to $311.00 million shown, $186.50 million is anticipated to come from local sources and $186.50 million from the Strategic Intermodal System Multimodal programs. 10


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 5. Local Revenue

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Source

Clay County

Constitutional Gas Tax County Fuel Tax Ninth-Cent Gas Tax st 1 Local Option Gas Tax Local Infrastructure Surtax

16

Clay County Total Duval Constitutional Gas Tax County Fuel Tax 1st Local Option Gas Tax 17 Extension Ninth-Cent Fuel Tax (Diesel Only) 18 Local Infrastructure Surtax 19

Subtotal for Non-Transit Charter Transit Surtax Total Duval County Nassau Constitutional Gas Tax County Fuel Tax 1st Local Option Gas Tax Ninth-Cent Gas Tax Total Nassau County St. Johns Constitutional Gas Tax County Fuel Tax 20 1st Local Option Gas Tax Ninth-Cent Fuel Tax (Diesel Only) Total St. Johns County 21 Total Local Funds

Years 2019-2020

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

22-Year Total

$4.94 $2.18 $2.20 $13.16

$10.47 $4.61 $4.67 $28.04

$11.06 $4.87 $4.96 $29.73

$24.02 $10.59 $10.83 $64.98

$50.49 $22.25 $22.66 $135.91

$44.58 $67.04 $22.09 $9.74 $255.23

$47.79 $46.88 $20.66 $362.31

$50.62 $49.51 $21.82

$110.42 $107.54 $47.40 $0.00

$44.58 $275.87 $226.02 $99.62 $617.55

$2.80

$6.20

$6.82

$15.72

$31.54

$235.10

$551.73

$647.40

$524.96 $235.10 $760.05 $2.96 $1.31 $6.38 $1.07 $11.71 $6.16 $2.72 $19.41

$987.78 $551.73 $1,539.51 $6.28 $2.77 $13.67 $2.28 $25.00 $13.06 $5.76 $41.51

$725.55 $647.40 $1,372.95 $6.63 $2.92 $14.56 $2.43 $26.54 $13.79 $6.08 $44.17

$170.66 $1,651.08 $1,834.18 $14.41 $6.35 $32.05 $5.35 $58.16 $29.96 $13.20 $61.73

$2,408.95 $3,085.31 $5,506.70 $30.28 $13.35 $66.66 $11.13 $121.41 $62.97 $27.76 $166.82

$0.59

$1.30

$1.43

$3.29

$6.61

$28.86 $867.66

$61.62 $1,673.92

$65.47 $1,515.58

$108.18 $2,110.94

$264.13 $6,155.67

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$1,434.23

Not all revenues estimated for the plan were used to fund projects within the Cost Feasible Plan. The local agencies used more conservative estimates of revenue when providing their list of locally-funded projects. These forecasts are shown to provide consistency with the forecasts prepared as part of this planning process. 16 The Local Infrastructure Surtax is set to expire in 2019 in Clay County. 17 The existing 1st Local Option Gas Tax expires in Duval County in 2036 and no funds are anticipated to be available for new capacity projects. The extension of the 1st Local Option Gas Tax was adopted by Local Ordinance 2013-820 and bonds will be issued making these revenues available in early years for capacity projects. 18 The Local Infrastructure Surtax is set to expire in Duval County in 2030. 19 Significant portions of these funds are anticipated to be allocated to debt service and maintenance and operations activities. 20 The 1st Local Option Gas expires in St. John’s County in 2036. 21 All local revenue available for capacity projects were estimated at 25 percent of the revenue forecasts with 75 percent being dedicated to operations and maintenance with the exception of Duval County where a greater portion of these revenues are dedicated to debt service and operations and maintenance. 11


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 6. Summary of Funding Programs by Primary Decision-Making Authority Primary DecisionProgram Roads Making Authority FDOT Strategic Intermodal System $4,057.74 FDOT Turnpike/Tolls $1,951.22 FDOT SIS Multimodal FDOT Subtotal $7,306.37 North Florida TPO Other State Highways $1,297.42 North Florida TPO Transportation Management Area $268.75 North Florida TPO North Florida TPO North Florida TPO North Florida TPO Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Federal Grants Federal Grants

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Transportation Alternatives (TALU) Transportation Alternatives (TALT) Transportation Regional Incentive Program (TRIP) State and Federal Transit North Florida TPO Subtotal Clay County Duval County Road Capacity JAXPORT Transit Local Match Duval County Subtotal Nassau County St. Johns County Subtotal Local FTA Passenger Ferry Grant Federal Seaport Grant Federal Grants Grand Total

Transit

$1,377.21 $1,377.21

$0.00 $91.66 $13.44

TSM&O

$0.00

Freight

$2,006.10 $2,006.10

$34.21

$31.20 $41.30 $1.06

$21.23 $1,587.40 $236.88 $860.64

Bicycle and 22 Pedestrian

$760.00 $760.00 $0.00

$178.66 $11.84 $43.03

$34.21

$0.00

$59.44

$0.00 $186.50

$860.64 $39.64 $159.41 $1,296.58

$253.33 $253.33

$253.33

$6.62 $2,397.16

$31.20 $41.30 $22.29 $760.00 $2.560.27 $248.73 $963.11

$0.00

$186.50

$0.00

$186.50

$0.00 $34.21

$311.00 $311.00 $2,503.60

$6.62 $311.00 $317.62 $14,130.82

$102.47 $1.98 $7.97 $124.27

$302.93

$4,057.74 $1,951.22 $3,383.31 $9,392.27 $1,389.08 $316.40

$186.50 $253.33 $1,402.95 $41.63 $167.38 $1,860.68

$6.62 $0.00 $8,892.93

Total

These expenditures are based on 5% of road capacity projects and dedicated revenues for bicycle and pedestrian projects. 12


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 5. Local Revenue

23

Type

Source

Clay County

Constitutional Gas Tax County Fuel Tax Ninth-Cent Gas Tax st 1 Local Option Gas Tax Local Infrastructure Surtax

Years 20192020 $4.94 $2.18 $2.20 $13.16 24

Clay County Total Duval

Constitutional Gas Tax County Fuel Tax 1st Local Option Gas Tax 25 Extension Ninth-Cent Fuel Tax (Diesel Only) 26 Local Infrastructure Surtax 27 Subtotal for Non-Transit Charter Transit Surtax Total Duval County Nassau Constitutional Gas Tax County Fuel Tax 1st Local Option Gas Tax Ninth-Cent Gas Tax Total Nassau County St. Johns Constitutional Gas Tax County Fuel Tax 28 1st Local Option Gas Tax Ninth-Cent Fuel Tax (Diesel Only) Total St. Johns County 29 Total Local Funds

Years 20212025 $10.47 $4.61 $4.67 $28.04

Years 20262030 $11.06 $4.87 $4.96 $29.73

Years 20312040 $24.02 $10.59 $10.83 $64.98

22-Year Total $50.49 $22.25 $22.66 $135.91

$44.58 $67.04

$47.79

$50.62

$110.42

$44.58 $275.87

$22.09 $9.74 $255.23

$46.88 $20.66 $362.31

$49.51 $21.82

$107.54 $47.40 $0.00

$226.02 $99.62 $617.55

$2.80

$6.20

$6.82

$15.72

$31.54

$235.10

$551.73

$647.40

$524.96 $235.10 $760.05 $2.96 $1.31 $6.38 $1.07 $11.71 $6.16 $2.72 $19.41

$987.78 $551.73 $1,539.51 $6.28 $2.77 $13.67 $2.28 $25.00 $13.06 $5.76 $41.51

$725.55 $647.40 $1,372.95 $6.63 $2.92 $14.56 $2.43 $26.54 $13.79 $6.08 $44.17

$170.66 $1,651.08 $1,834.18 $14.41 $6.35 $32.05 $5.35 $58.16 $29.96 $13.20 $61.73

$2,408.95 $3,085.31 $5,506.70 $30.28 $13.35 $66.66 $11.13 $121.41 $62.97 $27.76 $166.82

$0.59

$1.30

$1.43

$3.29

$6.61

$28.86 $867.66

$61.62 $1,673.92

$65.47 $1,515.58

$108.18 $2,110.94

$264.13 $6,155.67

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$1,434.23

Not all revenues estimated for the plan were used to fund projects within the Cost Feasible Plan. The local agencies used more conservative estimates of revenue when providing their list of locally-funded projects. These forecasts are shown to provide consistency with the forecasts prepared as part of this planning process. 24 The Local Infrastructure Surtax is set to expire in 2019 in Clay County. 25 The existing 1st Local Option Gas Tax expires in Duval County in 2036 and no funds are anticipated to be available for new capacity projects. The extension of the 1st Local Option Gas Tax was adopted by Local Ordinance 2013-820 and bonds will be issued making these revenues available in early years for capacity projects. 26 The Local Infrastructure Surtax is set to expire in Duval County in 2030. 27 Significant portions of these funds are anticipated to be allocated to debt service and maintenance and operations activities. 28 The 1st Local Option Gas expires in St. John’s County in 2036. 29 All local revenue available for capacity projects were estimated at 25 percent of the revenue forecasts with 75 percent being dedicated to operations and maintenance with the exception of Duval County where a greater portion of these revenues are dedicated to debt service and operations and maintenance. 13


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Table 6. Summary of Funding Programs by Primary Decision-Making Authority Primary DecisionProgram Making Authority FDOT Strategic Intermodal System FDOT Turnpike/Tolls FDOT SIS Multimodal FDOT Subtotal North Florida TPO Other State Highways North Florida TPO Transportation Management Area North Florida TPO North Florida TPO North Florida TPO North Florida TPO Local

Transportation Alternatives (TALU) Transportation Alternatives (TALT) Transportation Regional Incentive Program (TRIP) State and Federal Transit North Florida TPO Subtotal Clay County

Local Local Local Local Local Local

Duval County Road Capacity JAXPORT Transit Local Match Duval County Subtotal Nassau County St. Johns County

Federal Grants Federal Grants

30

Subtotal Local FTA Passenger Ferry Grant Federal Seaport Grant Federal Grants Grand Total

Roads

Transit

Bicycle and 30 Pedestrian

TSM&O

Freight

Total

$2,006.10 $2,006.10

$4,057.74 $1,951.22 $3,383.31 $10,781.34 $1,389.08 $316.40

$4,057.74 $1,951.22 $7,306.37 $1,297.42 $268.75

$1,377.21 $1,377.21

$860.64

$860.64 $39.64 $159.41 $1,296.58

$0.00 $8,892.93

$0.00 $34.21

$31.20 $41.30 $1.06

$21.23 $1,587.40 $236.88

$91.66 $91.66 $13.44

$760.00 $760.00 $0.00 $253.33 $253.33

$253.33 $6.62 $6.62 $2,397.16

$178.66 $11.84

$34.21

$0.00

$43.03

$59.44

$0.00 $186.50

$102.47 $1.98 $7.97

$0.00

$186.50

$124.27

$0.00

$186.50

$0.00 $34.21

$311.00 $311.00 $2,503.60

$302.93

These expenditures are based on 5% of road capacity projects and dedicated revenues for bicycle and pedestrian projects. 14

$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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STRATEGIC INTERMODAL SYSTEM FUNDED PROJECTS

S OPHISTICATED TOLLING SYSTEMS ARE COMING TO NORTH F LORIDA TO OFFER MOTORISTS COMPETITIVE TRAVEL CHOICES . The success of express lanes in South Florida will be brought to North Florida to enhance travel times, improve system reliability and ensure we get the most from our transportation system. To address escalating congestion within our Interstate System highways and other expressways, lanes will be constructed that will allow travelers to pay a small fee to receive a higher operating speed and greater reliability. The tolls will be collected using SunPass速 transponders.

In other regions, once commuters experience the reliable and congestion-free ride, they want to use the express lanes as much as possible.

In addition to the express lane projects on the Interstate System, two auxiliary lanes will be added on SR 9B from US 1 Phillips Highway to I-295. The following table summarizes the Cost Feasible Plan projects.

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 7. Strategic Intermodal System Projects Facility

County

I-10

Duval

Nassau

ID 403

31 32

From

To

Improvement Type

Phase

Nassau/Duval County Line

US 301

Add 4 Express Lanes

Design ROW ENV CST

406

US 301

SR 23 First Coast Expressway

Add 4 Express Lanes

432

I-295

I-95

Add 4 Express Lanes

402

33

Baker/Nassau County Line

Nassau/Duval County Line

Add 4 Express Lanes

Total ENV CST Total Design PDE

Years 2019-2020 $3.10

Duval

1022 57

431

410

SR 13 San Jose Boulevard (Buckman Bridge)

Add 2 Express Lanes

SR 13 San Jose Boulevard

W of US 17 Roosevelt Boulevard (Buckman Bridge)

Add 4 Express Lanes on Bridge

CST Total Design

Add 4 Express Lanes

PDE ROW ENV CST Total Design

US 17 Roosevelt Boulevard

SR 134 103rd Street

SR 134 103rd Street

I-10

Add 4 Express Lanes

PDE ROW CST Total Design PDE ROW CST Total

31

Improvements on I-10 in Baker County shown in the FDOT District 2 Strategic Intermodal System Plan are not listed. The construction to SR 228 in Baker County is necessary to provide logical limits. Projects 402 and 403 will be constructed together. 33 Projects 402 and 403 will be constructed together. 32

16

Years 2031-2040

$1.00 $97.58 $3.10

$4.65

$98.58 $3.80 $153.07 $156.87 $7.90 $3.09

ROW CST Total Design ROW ENV

I-95 South

Years 2026-2030

$4.65

$3.09

$12.52 $709.10 $729.52

$0.30 $1.10 $1.00

CST Total I-10 Total I-295

Years 2021-2025

$3.10 $1.00 $1.00

$0.30 $4.96

$1.10 $161.06

$6.15 $7.15 $835.25

$6.40 $0.98

$7.38

$33.21 $3.00 $228.69 $264.90 $9.85 $1.48 $17.00 $75.00 $103.33

$15.11 $0.98

$16.09

$81.51 $117.65 $199.15

22-Year 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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County

I-295

Duval

ID 411

409

408

407

121

1023 964

From

To

Improvement Type

Phase

I-10

South of US 1 New Kings Road

Add 4 Express Lanes

Design PDE ROW CST

South of US 1 New Kings Road

North of Trout River

I-95 North Interchange

SR 113 Southside Connector

SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard

North of Trout River

Add 4 Express Lanes

I-95 North Interchange

Add 4 Express Lanes

Dames Point Bridge/ SR 105 Heckscher Drive

SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard

Add 4 Express Lanes

Add 4 Express Lanes

SR 9B

Add 2 Express Lanes

at US 17 Roosevelt Boulevard to Wells Road

Modify Interchange

Years 2019-2020

Total Design PDE ROW CST Total

$5.47 $2.70 $0.42

$3.12

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

Duval

418

34

434

34

Duval/St. Johns County Line

I-295

I-295

Add 4 Express Lanes

SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard

Add 4 Express Lanes

Project 48 is divided into the portion in Duval and St. Johns County. 17

ROW ENV CST Total Design ROW ENV CST Total

Years 2026-2030 $4.93 $0.54

Years 2031-2040

$22.56 $101.29 $123.86

$6.86 $44.65 $51.51 $7.42

$1.16

$1.16 $3.23 $3.23

$31.92 $131.32 $170.66 $238.78 $238.78

$11.86 $29.46 $3.00 $185.86 $11.86 $1.00 $1.00

$218.32

$13.86 $21.86

$21.86

$44.66 $286.45

22-Year 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

$3.93 $6.18 $34.55

Total I-295 Total I-95

Years 2021-2025

$477.01

$688.13

$4.28 $59.24 $63.52 $44.87 $28.17

$73.04

$3.00 $615.63 $618.63

$44.66 $1,465.46 $21.86 $4.28 $59.24 $85.37 $44.87 $28.17 $3.00 $615.63 $691.67


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 7. Strategic Intermodal System Projects Facility

County

I-95

Duval

ID 433

419

68

St. Johns

418

35

From

To

Improvement Type

Phase

SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard

SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard

Add 4 Express Lanes

Design ROW ENV CST

at US 1/SR 15 Martin Luther King Jr.

Modify Interchange

at SR 102 Airport Road - Phase 2

International Golf Parkway

Modify Interchange

St. Johns /Duval County Line

Add 4 Express Lanes

I-95 Total SR 9B

Duval

1024

SR 5 US 1 Philips Highway

I-295

Add 2 Auxiliary Lanes

SR 9B Total Grand Total

35

Project 418 is divided into the portion in Duval and St. Johns County. 18

Years 2019-2020

CST Total

Years 2026-2030 $43.12 $35.22

Years 2031-2040

$1.00 $492.50

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

Years 2021-2025

$78.34

$493.50

$7.70 $77.00 $84.70

$571.84 $5.24 $0.66 $7.70 $77.00 $90.60

$236.08

$1,112.13

$0.75 $7.50 $8.25 $139.18 $139.18 $1,586.91

$2,635.50

$1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $4,057.74

$5.24 $0.66

$5.90

$21.86 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $39.82

$0.75 $7.50 $8.25 $139.18 $139.18 $216.85

$508.26

22-Year Total $43.12 $35.22 $1.00 $492.50

$874.16


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OTHER FEDERALLY AND STATE FUNDED PROJECTS

T HE OTHER FEDERAL AND STATE ROADWAYS PROVIDE IMPORTANT CONNECTIONS BETWEEN LAND USES , SERVE LOCAL TRIPS , CARRY BUSES , ACCOMMODATE BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIANS AND PROVIDE ACCESS TO S TRATEGIC I NTERMODAL S YSTEM ROADS . The need to provide safe, convenient and effective mobility for all persons was identified throughout our region. Major projects identified for funding within this program includes constructing new roads, widening and reconstructing corridors, improving intersections and modifying interchanges. The following tables summarize the Cost Feasible Plan for road capacity projects that are not part of the Strategic Intermodal System.

Roads don’t just serve automobiles. All road projects on arterials will include new sidewalks and bicycle lanes where practical. Roads provide buses with access to more persons and allow them to offer better quality of service through more reliable travel times and reduced congestion.

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Table 8. Other State and Federal Highway Capacity Projects

36

Facility I-10

County Duval

Map Id From 454 at I-295

I-95

Duval

SR 104 Dunn Avenue

Duval

SR 115 Arlington Expressway

Duval

100 37 SR 109 University Boulevard

SR 115 Southside Boulevard

Duval

103 SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard

41450 North of Fuller Warren Bridge 941 Old Kings Road

To

Improvement Type Modify Interchange

SR 104 Dunn Avenue

Add 4 Express Lanes

US 23 New Kings Road

Intersection Improvements

SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard

Widen to 6 Lanes

US 90 Beach Boulevard

Widen to 6 Lanes

966 at SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard

Modify Interchange

96750 SR 152 Baymeadows Road SR 16

36 37

Clay

Underpass

106 CR 218

SR 15A Oakridge Avenue

Widen to 4 Lanes

908 US 17

Shands Bridge

Widen to 4 Lanes

Where projects are identified as candidates for context sensitive solutions, the estimates are based on the improvement type shown. Project is included for PE phases only so that preliminary engineering can be prepared to determine the detailed scope and costs for this project. 20

Years Years Years Years Phase 2019-2020 2021-2025 2026-2030 2031-2040 PE $26.07 ROW $119.32 CST $122.25 Total $267.64 PE $100.00 Total $100.00 PE $0.80 ROW $0.80 ENV $0.16 CST $3.82 Total $5.57 PE $20.00 Total $20.00 PE $1.02 ROW $1.02 ENV $0.20 CST $17.05 Total $19.29 PE $1.02 ROW $1.02 ENV $0.20 CST $55.62 Total $57.86 PE $12.99 Total $12.99 PE $17.49 ROW $4.37 ENV $4.37 CST $60.36 $23.43 Total $86.59 $23.43 PE $12.08 ROW $3.02 ENV $3.02 CST $54.38 Total $72.50

22-Year 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


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Table 8. Other State and Federal Highway Capacity Projects Facility SR 16

County St. Johns

SR 200

Nassau

SR 207

36

To South Francis Road

Improvement Type Widen to 4 Lanes

981 I-95

Fernandina

Intersection Improvements

St. Johns

113 I-95

South Holmes Boulevard

Widen to 6 Lanes

SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

Clay

114 SR 16

CR 215 Blanding Boulevard

Widen to 4 Lanes

SR 243 JIA North Access Road

Duval

701 SR 102 Airport Road

Pecan Park Road

Widen to 4 Lanes

SR 312

St. Johns

115 US 1/SR 5 Dixie Highway

SR A1A

Widen to 6 Lanes

SR 313

St. Johns

831 SR 207

SR 16

New 6 Lane Road

832 SR 16

US 1 Dixie Highway

New 4 Lane Road

706 South Fletcher Avenue

Amelia Island Parkway

Turn Lane Improvements

SR A1A

Nassau

Map Id From 835 International Golf Parkway

21

Years Years Years Years Phase 2019-2020 2021-2025 2026-2030 2031-2040 PE $0.61 ROW $0.61 ENV $0.12 CST $5.32 Total $6.66 PE $1.02 ROW $1.02 ENV $0.20 CST $12.99 Total $15.23 PE $1.02 ROW $1.02 ENV $0.20 CST $51.56 Total $53.80 CST $47.25 Total $47.25 CST $12.04 $31.12 Total $12.04 $31.12 PE $1.02 ROW $1.02 ENV $0.20 CST $45.47 Total $47.71 ROW $18.85 ENV $2.23 CST $45.47 Total $66.55 PE $3.62 ROW $31.37 $20.29 ENV $2.86 CST $40.07 Total $34.99 $63.22 PE $1.02 ROW $1.02 ENV $0.20 CST $4.87 Total $7.11

22-Year 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


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Table 8. Other State and Federal Highway Capacity Projects Facility SR A1A

County Duval

St. Johns

36

Map Id From 151 SR 116 Wonderwood Drive

1008 at Red Cox/Coquina Rd

(blank)

Intersection Improvements

Palm Valley Road

Widen to 4 Lanes

94 SR 9B

I-295

Widen to 6 Lanes

95 I-95 at the Avenues

SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard

Widen to 6 Lanes

800 Mickler Road

US 1 SR 5 Philips Highway

Duval

St. Johns

To Improvement Type Naval Station Mayport North Gate Widen to 4 Lanes*

845 at CR 210

Modify Interchange

US 17

Clay

1037 Governor Street

Haven Avenue

Context Sensitive Solutions

US 17 Main Street

Duval

1017 New Berlin Road

Pecan Park Road

Widen to 4 Lanes

US 1B San Marco Avenue

St. Johns

1030 Bridge of Lions

SR 16

Context Sensitive Solutions

22

Years Years Years Years Phase 2019-2020 2021-2025 2026-2030 2031-2040 PE $0.20 ROW $1.02 ENV $0.20 CST $4.87 Total $6.29 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

$0.61 $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

22-Year Total $0.20 $1.02 $0.20 $4.87 $6.29 $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


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Table 8. Other State and Federal Highway Capacity Projects Map Id

36

Facility

County

From

US 1B King Street

St. Johns

Bicycle and Pedestrian

Regional

SR 115 Mathews Bridge

Duval

79 38 US 1 Alt. MLK Jr. Parkway

SR A1A SR 200

Nassau

427 at US 17

1029 US 1 Ponce de Leon Boulevard

To

Improvement Type

Avenida Menendez

Context Sensitive Solutions

(Boxed Funds)

Total

Bicycle and Pedestrian SR 109 University Boulevard

New 6 Lane Bridge and Transit Intersection Improvements

Years Years Years Years Phase 2019-2020 2021-2025 2026-2030 2031-2040 PE ROW ENV CST Total CST Total PE Total PE ROW ENV CST Total

$1.82 $1.82

$5.06 $5.06

$5.96 $5.96

$122.33

$273.13

$284.40

22-Year 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

* Projects identified as candidates for context sensitive solutions.

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Project is included for PE phases only so that preliminary engineering can be prepared to determine the detailed scope and costs for this project. $40 million is programmed by Duval County for this phase and the project is shown in this table since it is a state route. 23


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 9. Transportation Management Areas Fund Projects Facility Alta Drive Realignment

Cheswick Oak Avenue Extension

CR 2209

County

Map Id

Duval

1

Clay

13

St. Johns

810

From SR 105 Zoo Parkway

Oakleaf Plantation Parkway

SR 23 First Coast Expressway

To North of New Berlin Road (south)

Savannah Glen Boulevard

CR 210

Improvement Type New 4 Lane Road

New 4 Lane Road

New 6 Lane Road

Total 811

SR 16 Connector

SR 23 First Coast Expressway

New 6 Lane Road

812

International Golf Parkway

SR 16 Connector

New 6 Lane Road

815

SR 16

International Golf Parkway

New 4 Lane Road

Total Total

National Cemetery Road

Duval

Race Track Road

St. Johns

828

SR 115 Lem Turner Road

Duval/Nassau

74

TSM&O Projects

Regional

SR A1A St. Johns Ferry

40

Duval

1033

39

Lannie Road

Arnold Road

New 2 Lane Road

Bartram Park Boulevard

Bartram Springs

Widen to 4 Lanes

I-295

US 1 Kings Road / Callahan

Widen to 4 Lanes

(Boxed Funds) 2331 Total

Grand Total

39 40

Project is included for PE phases only so that preliminary engineering can be prepared to determine the detailed scope and costs for this project. This is the local match to the Federal Passenger Ferry Program Grant which was authorized for capacity improvements but is not obligated. 24

TSM&O Projects Ferry Slip Replacement

Phase

2019-2020

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

2026-2030

$4.32 $0.68 $0.14 $2.24 $7.37

$21.85 $21.85 $12.08 $0.80 $0.16 $15.71 $28.75

2031-2040

$55.87 $55.87

$19.36 $19.36 $7.26 $7.26

$10.80 $10.80 $19.08 $19.08 $4.87

CST Total CST Total CST Total PE Total CST Total CST

2021-2025

22-Year 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

$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

$40.50 $40.50

$2.18 $2.18

$6.61 $6.61 $6.62 $6.62

$2.22 $2.22

$1.00 $1.00 $23.20 $23.20

$28.80

$71.90

$71.89

$143.81


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 10. Transportation Regional Incentives Program (TRIP) Facility County ID From

To

Improvement Type

Phase Fund Source

CR 218

Pine Tree Lane

Widen to 4 Lanes

CST

Reconstruct 2 Lanes and Widen to add Sidewalks and Bike Lanes

Total CST

Dixie Highway / Pellicer Lane

Race Track Road

Clay

St. Johns

St. Johns

1027

1025

827

Cosmos Avenue

SR 207

St. Johns Parkway

CR 214 King Street

Bartram Park Boulevard

Total CST

Widen to 4 Lanes

Years Years Years Years 2019-2020 2021-2025 2026-2030 2031-2040

TRIP 41 TRIP Local Match TRIP

$0.70

$3.12 $3.12 $6.24 $2.28

TRIP Local Match

$0.70 $1.40

$2.28 $4.56

$5.39 $8.25 $13.64

TRIP TRIP Local Match

Grand Total

41

Local match for TRIP funding is also shown in the locally funded projects summary.

25

$3.65

TRIP

$0.70

$5.40

$5.39

$7.15 $75.66 $82.80 $10.80

TRIP Local Match

$0.70 $1.40

$5.40 $10.80

$8.25 $13.64

$75.26 $86.46

Total Fund Totals

$3.65

22-Year Total $12.16 $11.37 $23.53 $2.98 $2.98 $5.97 $7.15 $75.66 $82.80 $22.29 $90.01 $112.30


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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan

TOLL FUNDED PROJECTS

L EVERAGING TOLL REVENUES TO FINANCE NEW PROJECTS WILL ALLOW OUR REGION TO CONSTRUCT THE FIRST COAST EXPRESSWAY , A REGIONAL PRIORITY FOR SEVERAL DECADES . SR 23 the First Coast Expressway will be a new multi-lane limited access toll facility that will eventually connect I-95 in northern St. Johns County to I-10 in western Duval County. The northern section from SR 21 Blanding Boulevard in Clay County to I-10 in Duval County is currently under construction. The southern section from I-95 in St. Johns County to SR 21 Blanding Boulevard in Clay County is currently in the preliminary design phase. The project includes a new bridge over the St. Johns River.

Leveraging future toll revenues to finance this project of regional significance involving three counties will advance the construction sooner than traditional funding sources. Table 11 summarizes the components of the corridor, but the project may be constructed as a single project.

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 11. Projects Funded with Turnpike/Toll Revenue Facility SR 23 First Coast Expressway

County Clay

Clay/St. Johns St. Johns

Map Id 8202 1013 1012 41 8203 840 841 847

From US 17 at SR 16 at CR 739 at CR 218 I-95

To SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

US 17

at I-95 at CR 16 A at CR 2209

Grand Total

Improvement Type New 4 Lane Road New Interchange New Interchange New Interchange New 6 Lane Road

Phase CST CST CST CST CST

New Interchange New Interchange New Interchange

CST CST CST

Years 2019-2020

$0.00

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Years 2021-2025 $698.08 $47.57 $47.57 $56.70 $949.48 $47.57 $47.57 $56.70 $1,951.22

Years 2026-2030

$0.00

Years 2031-2040

$0.00

22-Year Total $698.08 $47.57 $47.57 $56.70 $949.48 $47.57 $47.57 $56.70 $1,951.22


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LOCALLY AND PRIVATELY FUNDED PROJECTS

I NCLUSION OF LOCALLY AND PRIVATELY FUNDED PROJECTS OF REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE IN THE PLAN IS ESSENTIAL TO ENSURING THE ROAD NETWORK IS CONNECTED , EFFICIENT AND SERVES ALL PEOPLE AND JOBS . The following projects are funded using local revenues or private commitments for development mitigation. The projects include widening and reconstruction projects, interchange improvements and major intersection operational improvements. The list of projects was developed cooperatively with the local government partners in the planning process.

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 12. Clay County Locally Funded Road Projects Facility CR 218 43 CR 218 CR 220 Doctors Inlet Road

42

ID 1026 1027 33 34

From

To

Improvement Type

Phase

Cosmos Avenue Cosmos Avenue SR 21 Blanding Boulevard College Drive

US 301 Pine Tree Lane Knight Boxx Road (end of four lane) US 17

Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 6 Lanes

CST CST CST CST

Years 2019-2020

Years 2021-2025 $3.12 $49.76

Grand Total

$52.88

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040 $122.82

$8.25 $64.77 $73.02

$122.82

22-Year Total $122.82 $11.37 $49.76 $64.77 $248.73

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Table 13. Duval County Locally Funded Road Projects (Non LOGT) Facility ID From Alta Drive / Yellow Bluff Road I-95 New World Avenue New Berlin Road SR 104 Dunn Avenue

2 962 1034 948 949 940

SR 115 Southside Boulevard 102 Trout River Boulevard 955 Grand Total *Projects identified as candidates for context sensitive solutions.

To

Improvement Type

Phase

I-295 SR 115 Southside Boulevard SR 23 First Coast Expressway Pulaski Road Yellow Bluff Road US 1 SR 15 New Kings Road

New Berlin Road (north) Chaffee Road Yellow Bluff Road Cedar Point Road I-295

Widen to 4 Lanes Modify Interchange New 2 Lane Road Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes

CST CST CST CST CST CST

US 1 SR 5 Philips Highway Old Kings Road

I-95 Ramps US 23 New Kings Road

Widen to 6 Lanes* Widen to 4 Lanes

CST CST

43

30

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040 $29.44

$40.89

22-Year Total $29.44 $43.14 $6.84 $86.62 $86.62 $40.89

$1.54 $10.49 $102.9

$1.54 $10.49 $305.58

$43.14 $6.84 $86.62 $86.62

$0.00

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Clay County 1st LOGT, Clay County 9th Cent Gas Tax, and Clay County Local Infrastructure Surtax. Local match for TRIP funding. Amount is also shown in the TRIP table. 44 Duval County 9th Cent (Diesel Only), Duval County Transit Surtax and Duval County Local Infrastructure Surtax.

Years 2019-2020

$0.00

$202.68


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 14. Duval County Locally Funded Road Projects from LOGT

45 46

Years 2019-2020 $2.54 $10.71

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

22-Year Total $2.54 $10.71 $13.77 $16.97 $40.50

Facility 5th Street (McDuff Avenue Phase 3) Alta Drive Cahoon Road Cecil Field Connector Chaffee Road

ID 1019 2 1016 972 971

From Melson Avenue Faye Road Lenox Avenue Commerce Center SR 228 Normandy Boulevard

To Huron Street Burkit Lane US 90 Beaver Street SR 23 First Coast Expressway Crystal Springs Road

Improvement Type Widen to 3 Lanes Widen to 5 Lanes Reconstruct 2 Lanes New 2 Lane Road Widen to 5 Lanes

Phase CST CST CST CST CST

Clark Road Extension Collins Road

1020 932 930 15 37 1021

Broward Road Old Middleburg Road S Shindler Drive SR 21 Blanding Boulevard SR 105 Heckscher Drive Penman Road

Clark Road Shindler Drive Rampart Road Pine Verde Pulaski Road SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard

New 3 Lane Road Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 3 Lanes Widen to 3 Lanes

CST CST CST CST CST CST

$4.96 $6.41 $16.46 $14.28 $6.41

$1.22 $4.96 $6.41 $16.46 $14.28 $6.41

49 73 933 1015 953 935

SR 13 San Jose Boulevard SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard Argyle Forest Boulevard Eastport Road Hammond Boulevard

Old St. Augustine Road Glen Kernan Parkway McCormick Road SR 134 103rd Street I-295 Cahoon Road

Widen to 3 Lanes Widen to 6 Lanes Widen to 6 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes Widen to 5 Lanes

CST CST CST CST CST CST

$10.16 $5.45 $20.21 $27.95 $3.73 $3.27

$10.16 $5.45 $20.21 $27.95 $3.73 $3.27

Ricker Road San Pablo Road Shindler Drive SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard

934 1009 101 714 715 716

Morse Avenue US 90 Beach Boulevard Collins Road at Girvin Road at Hodges Boulevard at San Pablo Boulevard

Old Middleburg Road SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard SR 134 103rd Street

Widen to 3 Lanes Widen to 3 Lanes Widen to 3 Lanes Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements

CST CST CST CST CST CST

$11.37 $13.19 $13.79

$11.37 $13.19 $13.79 $9.27 $9.27 $9.27

SR 115 Southside Boulevard

960 968 9 957A 957B 957C

Gate Parkway at SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard I-295 at Collins Road at SR 134 103rd Street at Cedar Hills Boulevard

Hogan Road

Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Widen to 6 Lanes Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements Intersection Improvements

CST CST CST CST CST CST

$27.35

New Interchange New Interchange Widen to 4 Lanes New 6 Lane Bridge and Transit Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

CST CST CST PE CST

Eastport Road Florida Boulevard Hartley Road Kernan Boulevard Old Middleburg Road Pulaski Road Ramona Boulevard (Crystal Springs Road Phase 2)

SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

US 17 Main Street US 17 Roosevelt Boulevard US 90 Beaver Street SR 115 Mathews Bridge Various Grand Total

45

959 16 7 47 79

at Eastport Road at Collins Road Cahoon Road US 1 Alt. Martin Luther King Jr. Jr. Parkway

Wilson Boulevard

McDuff Avenue SR 109 University Boulevard

Adopted by local Ordinance 2013-820. Transit hubs and transit accessibility and mobility improvements are summarized in the transit component. 47 Project is included for PE phases only so that preliminary engineering can be prepared to determine the detailed scope and costs for this project. 31 46

$13.77 $16.97 $40.50 $1.22

$9.27 $9.27 $9.27

$27.35 $4.46 $101.50 $7.02 $7.02 $7.02

$4.46 $101.50 $7.02 $7.02 $7.02 $28.89 $48.60 $55.11 $9.50 $228.80

$23.50 $362.31

$0.00 $0.00

$40.00 $0.00 $40.00

$28.89 $48.60 $55.11 $40.00 $33.00 $631.11


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 15. Nassau County Locally Funded Road Projects Facility Amelia Island Parkway Concourse Loop Road CR 105A Buccaneer Trail US 17 SR 200 SR A1A US 301 SR 200

48

ID 704 501 705 707 703 708

From

To

Improvement Type

Phase

South 14th Street License Road South Fletcher Avenue Nassau/Duval County Line Amelia Island Parkway US 1 S Kings Road

CR 105A Buccaneer Trail Amelia Concourse Canopy Drive Harts Road Sadler Road (blank)

Widen to 4 Lanes* New 2 Lane Road Turn Lane Improvements* Intersection Improvements Widen to 6 Lanes Intersection Improvements

CST CST CST CST CST CST

Grand Total *Projects identified as candidates for context sensitive solutions. Table 16. St. Johns County Locally Funded Road Projects Facility CR 2209 CR 305 Dixie Highway / Pellicer Lane Race Track Road

49

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040 $8.47 $5.01 $2.86

$0.00

$0.00

Years 2019-2020

Years 2021-2025

$10.75

22-Year Total

$14.53

$8.47 $5.01 $2.86 $4.72 $6.03 $14.53

$30.88

$41.63

Years 2031-2040 $42.96

22-Year Total $42.96 $32.52 $13.50

$4.72 $6.03

From CR 214 CR 208 CR 204

1025

SR 207 St. Johns Parkway

To CR 208 SR 16 SR 206 CR 214 West of King Street Bartram Park Boulevard

Improvement Type New 4 Lane Road New 4 Lane Road New 2 Lane Road Reconstruct 2 Lanes and Widen to add Sidewalks and Bike Lanes Widen to 4 Lanes

Phase CST CST CST CST

Nassau County 1st LOGT, Nassau County 9th Cent Gas Tax and Nassau County Small County Tax. St. Johns County 1st LOGT and St. Johns County 9th Cent (Diesel Only).

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Years 2026-2030 $32.52

$13.50 $2.75

$2.75

CST $2.75

48

Years 2021-2025

49

ID 813 816 818

827

Years 2019-2020

$13.50

$32.52

$75.66 $118.61

$75.66 $167.38


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan

TRANSIT PROGRAMS

NEW TRANSIT SYSTEMS WILL BRING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY , INNOVATION AND TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS TO N ORTH F LORIDA . Effective and efficient mass transportation in our region is an essential element for us to be competitive, provide mobility options and offer the quality of life our residents desire. New transit systems including bus rapid transit (BRT), commuter rail and transit for downtown Jacksonville are being planned that will transform our region. Regional park and ride lots, transit hubs and improvements at the St. Johns River Ferry are also included. In addition, as part of the Active Transportation Section, projects that enhance access to transit and mobility are discussed.

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 17. Federal and State Transit Capacity Projects Improvement Type BRT

Commuter Rail

54

Ferry Slip Replacement Streetcar

50

55

ID

50 51

2308

Facility SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

From Wells Road

To CR 218

Phase CAP

2321

SR 134 103rd Street

SR 21 Blanding Boulevard

SR 228 Normandy Boulevard

CAP

2322

SR 228 Normandy Boulevard

Downtown Jacksonville

SR 134 103rd Street

CAP

2323

US 1 SR 5 New Kings Road

Downtown Jacksonville

Edgewood Avenue

CAP

2325

SR 115 Southside Boulevard

US 90 Beach Boulevard

Avenues Mall

CAP

2326

I-95

Gateway Mall

Jacksonville International Airport

CAP

52

2385

East First Coast Flyer

2386

Southwest First Coast Flyer

2327

Southeast (FEC)

2331

SR A1A St. Johns River Ferry

CAP

2349

Downtown - Sports Complex

CAP

2350

Five Points/Core/Brooklyn

CAP

53

Downtown Jacksonville

SR A1A 3rd Street (Jacksonville Beach)

CAP

Downtown Jacksonville

Wells Road

CAP

Downtown Jacksonville

St. Augustine (St. John's County)

CAP

Fund Source State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match

Years 2019-2020

$22.96 $31.39 $10.46 $41.85

Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total FTA Passenger Ferry Grant Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

$16.09

$16.09 $18.23 $6.08 $24.30 $12.35 $4.12

$18.23 $6.08 $24.30 $12.35 $4.12 $16.47

$16.47 $24.50 $8.17 $32.67 $17.24 $5.75

$24.50 $8.17 $32.67 $17.24 $5.75 $22.99 $114.69 $38.23 $152.93

$151.14 $50.38 $201.52

$6.62 $6.62 $45.91 $15.30 $61.22

The revenue estimate to support these projects includes statewide New Starts Program funding which are allocated on a statewide basis. New Start Programs are not shown in the FDOT’s Adopted Work Program. Transit Local Match funding will be provided from JTA Operating Revenue and Duval County Transit Surtax. 52 Corridor includes SR 115 Arlington Expressway, SR 115 Southside Boulevard and SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard and other routes near downtown. 53 Corridor includes SR 21 Blanding Boulevard and other routes near downtown in Riverside. 54 The funding for rail capacity improvements needed to accommodate commuter rail for the segments from Green Cove Spring to Downtown Jacksonville and Downtown Jacksonville to Yulee are shown in the SIS Multimodal Program projects. 55 The final transit technology will be determined during the alternative analysis phase. 34 51

22-Year Total $37.97 $12.66 $50.63 $17.22 $5.74 $22.96 $42.76 $14.25 $57.01 $12.07 $4.02

$11.37 $3.79 $15.16

$12.07 $4.02

State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match

Years 2021-2025 $37.97 $12.66 $50.63 $17.22 $5.74

$129.41 $43.14 $172.55

$22.99 $265.83 $88.61 $354.44 $6.62 $6.62 $45.91 $15.30 $61.22 $129.41 $43.14 $172.55


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 17. Federal and State Transit Capacity Projects Improvement Type Streetcar

ID

Regional Transportation Center

Park and Ride Lots

50 51

2352

Facility Riverside/Avondale

From

2354

Springfield

CAP

State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total

2355

Downtown Multimodal Transit Intermodal Facility

CAP

State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match

Regional

CAP

State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total

Grand Total Table 18. Summary of Funding Source for Transit Improvement Type

Fund Source 56

FTA Passenger Ferry Grant FTA Passenger Ferry Grant Total State and Federal Transit

To

Phase CAP

Fund Source State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Total

Years 2019-2020

BRT Commuter Rail Park and Ride Lots Streetcar

56

22-Year Total $26.58 $8.86 $35.44

$70.29 $23.43 $93.73

$70.29 $23.43 $93.73

$9.26 $3.09 $12.34 $84.10

$238.76

$229.30

$467.79

$9.26 $3.09 $12.34 $1,019.95

Years 2019-2020

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

$53.81

$6.62 $6.62 $117.16

$26.58 $63.07 $17.94

$30.38 $174.11 $39.05

$21.02 $84.10

$10.13 $58.04 $238.76

$6.62 $6.62 $182.34 $265.83 $9.26 $272.20

$151.14

$45.91

$199.71

$171.98 $3.79 $38.23

$350.84

$15.30

$66.57

$30.38 $760.00 $60.78 $88.61 $3.09 $90.73

$116.95 $467.79

$10.13 $253.33 $1,019.95

$50.38

$3.09 $8.86

22-Year Total

$11.37 $114.69

$9.26

Regional Transportation Center Transit Local Match Total Grand Total

Years 2031-2040

$30.38 $10.13

Regional Transportation Center State and Federal Transit Total Transit Local Match

Years 2026-2030

$30.38 $10.13

Ferry Slip Replacement BRT Commuter Rail Park and Ride Lots Streetcar

Years 2021-2025 $26.58 $8.86 $35.44

$57.33 $229.30

Other capital improvements for the St. Johns River Ferry are also recommended but are unfunded at this time. They are included in the Long Range Plan as illustrative projects: 2329, Dry-dock and Ferry Repairs, 2333 Long-term Site Improvements, 3344 Relocation of Ferry Offices, and 2346 Short-term Site Improvements. 35


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 19. Duval County LOGT Transit Accessibility and Mobility and Transit Hub Projects Facility Map Id Mobility and Transit Accessibility Enhancements

57

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

22-Year Total $18.15 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

CSS8 CSS10 CSS11 CSS12

SR 228 Normandy Boulevard SR 13 San Jose Boulevard SR 109 University Boulevard US 17 Main Street

SR 111 Cassat Avenue Westberry Road Townsend Myrtle Avenue

Park Street Plummer Cove Road SR 104 Dunn Avenue SR 109 University Boulevard SR 111 Cassat Avenue SR 111 Edgewood Avenue

CSS15 CSS17 CSS5 CSS18 CSS4 CSS6

US 17 Scott Mill Road I-295 St. Augustine Road SR 21 Blanding Boulevard SR 111 Cassat Avenue

I-95 SR 13 San Jose Boulevard I-95 Fort Caroline Road SR 111 Edgewood Avenue US 17 North Main Street

CST CST CST CST CST CST

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

SR 115 Arlington Expressway SR 115 Lem Turner Road SR 21 Blanding Boulevard SR 228 Normandy Boulevard US 1 SR 15 New Kings Road US 1 SR 5 Philips Highway

CSS1 CSS7 CSS3 CSS14 CSS13 CSS16

US 90 SR 115 Mathews Bridge Downtown Duval County Line/Clay County Line I-295 I-95 I-95 South

Regency I-295 US-17 SR 111 Cassat Avenue US 1 MLK Parkway SR 115 Southside Boulevard

CST CST CST CST CST CST

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

CSS9 CSS2 CSS19

US 17 / US 17 SR 228 State Street I-95

Clark Road SR 115 Southside Boulevard

CST CST CST CAP CST

$0.00 $0.00 $0.06 $3.39 $4.84 $26.44

$0.00 $0.00 $0.06 $3.39 $4.84 $26.44

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Improvement Type

Years 2021-2025

Lenox Avenue Mandarin Road Merrill Road Moncrief Road/Myrtle Avenue/8th Street

57

To

Years 2019-2020 $18.15 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Phase CST CST CST CST CST

US 17 Main Street US 90 Beach Boulevard Myrtle Avenue Underpass Soutel Transit Hub 58 Countywide Transit Hubs Grand Total

From

Mobility and Transit Accessibility Enhancements

Lighting, Landscape, and Painting Enhancements Transit Hub Various Locations

Adopted by local Ordinance 2013-820-E. The location and scope of these projects are to be determined.

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$0.00

$0.00

$0.00


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ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION AND CONTEXT SENSITIVE SOLUTIONS E FFECTIVE BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN CONNECTIONS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR A VIBRANT REGION .

INTRODUCTION

BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN

Our Path Forward 2040 LRTP addresses the mobility needs of our residents. For many, access to transit and the ability to walk to work or shop may be more important than driving. Our older generations need more choices for personal mobility that do not rely on automobiles and younger generations are choosing more active lifestyles that include bicycles and walking. For these reasons, our plan places an increased emphasis on addressing the needs for bicyclists and pedestrians to connect our neighborhoods with jobs, recreation and social services. The combination of these projects is summarized as “Active Transportation� projects.

As part of the Needs Plan, a bicycle and pedestrian improvement projects were identified. These improvements included greenways, trails and bicycle lanes and sidewalks. These needs were identified through an extensive coordination process with the local governments that built on the previously adopted plans of the North Florida TPO and local municipalities. With the Cost Feasible Plan, $303 million of improvements are funded through dedicated bicycle and pedestrian project funding or through facilities constructed as part of road capacity projects as summarized in the table on the next page.

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Table 20. Summary of Anticipated Expenditures for Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects Bicycle and Pedestrian Accommodations in 59 Other Projects

Funding Program Other State Highways Transportation Management Area 60 Transportation Alternatives (TALU) 61 Transportation Alternatives (TALT) Transportation Regional Incentive Program Clay County Duval County Nassau County St. Johns County Total

62

59

Dedicated Revenue for Standalone Projects

$64.87 $13.44 $0.00 $0.00

$26.79 $0.00 $31.20 $41.30

$91.66 $13.44 $31.20 $41.30

$1.06 $11.84 $43.03 $1.98 $7.97 $144.20

$0.00 $0.00 $59.44 $0.00 $0.00 $158.73

$1.06 $11.84 $102.47 $1.98 $7.97 $302.93

These revenues are based on 5 percent of road capacity projects on arterials and other streets. These funds can only be used within the North Florida Transportation Management Area. 61 These funds are distributed by FDOT on a districtwide basis. The total shown is a districtwide total. 62 These funds are distributed by FDOT on a districtwide basis. The total shown is a districtwide total. 60

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan identified as candidates for context sensitive solutions but only these projects had sufficient information and consensus to be identified as context sensitive solution priorities.

CONTEXT SENSITIVE SOLUTIONS

Context sensitive solutions provide street environments that meet the needs of adjacent land uses and traffic flow. They may involve strategies to enhance livability including those where the automobile is prioritized less than transit, pedestrian and bicycle modes. Livability and context sensitive solutions as a specific improvement type within the LRTP is a new approach from prior LRTP updates. This issue paper explains the background, policy, candidate corridor selection process and elements of context sensitive solutions, and identifies strategies that could be considered within the candidate projects for inclusion in the LRTP.

Duval County is also dedicating funding through their Local Option Gas Tax program to transit accessibility and enhancement projects. These projects are summarized in Table 22. The projects will include enhancements such as bus shelters, lighting, landscaping and safety that will improve the quality of service for bicyclists and pedestrians. All arterial road capacity projects are required to provide accommodations for bicyclists and pedestrians (where practical) by the North Florida TPO and FDOT policy.

Table 21 summarizes the context sensitive solutions projects in the adopted Cost Feasible Plan. The phasing and funding of these projects were identified in the Other Road Capacity Section. Other projects were Table 21. Candidate Context Sensitive Solution Funded Projects County ID Facility From

To

Clay

1037

US 17

Governor Street

Haven Avenue

Duval

100 103

US 90 Beach Boulevard

Widen to 6 lanes

St. Johns

1030

SR 109 University Boulevard SR 202 J. T. Butler Boulevard Bridge of Lions

SR 10 Atlantic Boulevard

Duval

SR 16

St. Johns

1029

SR 115 Arlington Expressway SR 115 Southside Boulevard US 1B San Marco Avenue US 1B King Street

Improvement in Draft Needs Plan Context sensitive solutions Widen to 6 lanes

US 1 Ponce de Leon Boulevard

SR A1A Avenida Menendez

Context sensitive solutions Context sensitive solutions

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63

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

Years 2019-2020 $18.15 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

CSS8 CSS10 CSS11 CSS12

SR 228 Normandy Boulevard SR 13 San Jose Boulevard SR 109 University Boulevard US 17 Main Street

SR 111 Cassat Avenue Westberry Road Townsend Myrtle Avenue

Park Avenue Plummer Cove Road SR 104 Dunn Avenue SR 109 University Boulevard SR 111 Cassat Avenue SR 111 Edgewood Avenue

CSS15 CSS17 CSS5 CSS18 CSS4 CSS6

US-17 Scott Mill Road I-295 St. Augustine Road SR 21 Blanding Boulevard SR 111 Cassat Avenue

I-95 SR 13 San Jose Boulevard I-95 Fort Caroline Road SR 111 Edgewood Avenue US 17 North Main Street

CST CST CST CST CST CST

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

SR 115 Arlington Expressway SR 115 Lem Turner Road SR 21 Blanding Boulevard SR 228 Normandy Boulevard US 1 SR 15 New Kings Road US 1 SR 5 Philips Highway

CSS1 CSS7 CSS3 CSS14 CSS13 CSS16

SR 115 Mathews Bridge Downtown Duval County Line/Clay County Line I-295 I-95 I-95 South

Regency I-295 US-17 SR 111 Cassat Avenue US 1 Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway SR 115 Southside Boulevard

CST CST CST CST CST CST

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

CSS9 CSS2 CSS19

US 17 / US 17 SR 228 State Street I-95

Clark Road SR 115 Southside Boulevard

CST CST CST CAP CST

$0.00 $0.00 $0.06 $3.39 $4.84 $26.44

$0.00 $0.00 $0.06 $3.39 $4.84 $26.44

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Improvement Type

Years 2021-2025

Lenox Avenue Mandarin Road Merrill Road Moncrief Road/Myrtle Avenue/8th Street

63

To

Years 2019-2020 $18.15 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

Phase CST CST CST CST CST

US 17 Main Street US 90 Beach Boulevard Myrtle Avenue Underpass Soutel Transit Hub 64 Countywide Transit Hubs Grand Total

From

Mobility and Transit Accessibility Enhancements

Lighting, Landscape, and Painting Enhancements Transit Hub Various Locations

Adopted by local Ordinance 2013-820-E. The location and scope of these projects are to be determined.

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$0.00

$0.00

$0.00


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TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS (TSM&O)

TSM&O STRATEGIES INCREASE TRAVEL CHOICES AND EFFICIENCY OF ALL MODES WHILE REDUCING EMISSIONS AND RESOURCE USE . This program continues a commitment of the North Florida TPO to invest in technologies to enhance livability and mobility within the region.

management, electronic toll collection and transit smart cards and traveler information systems. Our plan dedicates $34 million in revenue though the Transportation Management Area funding program for TSM&O projects. These revenues will be dedicated to individual projects on an annual basis as part of the Transportation Improvement Program development.

TSM&O refers to multimodal transportation strategies to maximize the efficiency, safety, and use of existing and planned transportation infrastructure. TSM&O strategies encompass many activities, such as traffic incident management, arterial traffic management, freight management, special event management, road weather management, congestion pricing, managed lanes, ridesharing and demand management programs, parking

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MULTIMODAL FREIGHT

O UR REGION INCLUDES SOME OF OUR NATION ’ S FIRST PORTS , CITIES AND ROADS . O UR HISTORY AS A TRANSPORTATION HUB SHAPED OUR PAST AND WILL DRIVE OUR FUTURE . T HIS PLAN PROPOSED MULTIMODAL IMPROVEMENTS TO KEEP OUR FREIGHT MOVING . Roads, bridges, airports, railroads and seaports deliver the goods we consume each day. About 160 million tons of freight are transported throughout the region by truck, rail, air and water each year. These activities are a major engine driving our economy. But, our future as America’s Logistics Center is in danger because of traffic congestion. Our plan identifies $2.9 billion of projects for ports, rails and aviation investments to ensure our region maintains its economic competitiveness for years to come. The projects identified are associated with improvements outside of individual facilities such as airports and ports to enhance mobility and access. Other federal and state programs fund on-site improvements.

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 24. Freight and Intermodal Funded Projects Facility CSX Transportation

65

Improvement Type Capacity Upgrade

Multi Modal Corridor

Roadway Grade Separation

County Duval

Duval

Clay

Duval

Map ID 2204

2205

North Rail Corridors Phase 1

2258

North Rail Corridors Phase 2

2200

at Wells Road

2201

at SR 224 Kingsley Avenue

2202

2242

Nassau

From Beaver Street Interlocking

2203

at SR 104 Busch Drive

at US 301 (SR 200) / Baldwin

at SR A1A (SR 200) / Yulee

Phase PE ROW ENV

Fund Source SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

CST Total PE ROW ENV CST

SIS Multimodal

Total PE ROW ENV CST Total

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030 $1.59 $0.80 $0.80

Years 2031-2040

$7.95 $11.13

22-Year Total $1.59 $0.80 $0.80

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$15.83 $1.02 $1.02 $79.17

$7.95 $11.13 $15.83 $1.02 $1.02 $79.17

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$97.03 $1.62 $1.02 $1.02 $8.12 $11.77

$97.03 $1.62 $1.02 $1.02 $8.12 $11.77

PE ROW ENV CST Total PE

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$28.55 $0.80

ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$0.80 $142.75 $172.89

CST Total PE ROW ENV CST

SIS Multimodal

Total 65

Years 2019-2020

SIS Multimodal

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$15.05 $0.68 $0.68 $75.25 $91.65 $15.05

$15.05 $0.68 $0.68 $75.25 $91.65 $15.05

$0.68 $0.68 $75.25 $91.65

$0.68 $0.68 $75.25 $91.65 $28.55 $0.80

$14.13 $0.61 $0.61 $63.32 $64.53

$0.80 $142.75 $172.89 $14.13 $0.61 $0.61

$21.33 $0.80 $0.80 $106.66

$63.32 $78.66 $21.33 $0.80 $0.80 $106.66

$129.58

$129.58

$14.13

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 24. Freight and Intermodal Funded Projects Facility

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Improvement Type

Capacity Upgrade for Commuter Rail

Florida East Coast Railway

Capacity Upgrade

Roadway Grade Separation

County

Duval/Clay

Map ID 2243

2239

Intermodal Logistics Center

Green Cove Springs to Jacksonville

Duval/Nassau

2240

Jacksonville to Yulee

Duval

2207

at Bowden Intermodal

2208

at Jacksonville Bridge

Duval

2259

2260

Intermodal Logistics Center

From at US 301 / Crawford Diamond

Phase PE ROW ENV

Fund Source SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

CST Total PE ROW ENV CST

SIS Multimodal

Total PE ROW ENV CST Total

at Sunbeam Road

at Shad Road

Regional

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

$38.02 $46.83

22-Year Total $7.60 $0.61 $0.61

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$118.96 $1.02 $1.02 $594.79

$38.02 $46.83 $118.96 $1.02 $1.02 $594.79

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$715.78 $109.90 $1.02 $1.02 $549.50 $661.43

$715.78 $109.90 $1.02 $1.02 $549.50 $661.43

PE ROW ENV CST Total PE

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$1.90

ROW ENV CST Total PE ROW

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$0.61 $0.61 $9.48 $12.59

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$21.04 $1.02

$0.61 $0.61 $9.48 $12.59 $21.04 $1.02

ENV CST Total PE ROW ENV

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$1.02 $105.19 $128.26 $15.83 $1.02 $1.02

$1.02 $105.19 $128.26 $15.83 $1.02 $1.02

CST Total PE ROW ENV CST

SIS Multimodal

$79.17 $97.03 $24.77 $4.06 $4.06 $123.83

$79.17 $97.03 $24.77 $4.06 $4.06 $123.83

$156.72

$156.72

Total

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Years 2019-2020 $7.60 $0.61 $0.61

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

$3.61 $0.68 $0.68 $18.04 $22.99

$3.61 $0.68 $0.68 $18.04 $22.99 $1.90


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 24. Freight and Intermodal Funded Projects Facility Jacksonville Port Authority

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Improvement Type New 2 Lane Bridge

County Duval

Map ID 1006

2233

66

From Spoil Island Connector Bridge

Harbor Dredging

Regional

Harbor Deepening

Norfolk Southern

Roadway Grade Separation

Duval

2214

at Norfolk Southern Railway (Near Simpson Yard)

Port of Fernandina

Access Improvements

Nassau

2247

at Fernandina Port

Phase PE ROW ENV

Fund Source SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

CST Total CST

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal Federal Seaport Grant JAXPORT

Total

Southwest (CSX) Grand Total

66

Commuter Rail

Duval/Clay

2358

Downtown Jacksonville

PE ROW ENV CST Total PE

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

ROW ENV CST Total CAP Total

SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal SIS Multimodal

SIS Multimodal

Years 2019-2020

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040 $32.16 $1.02 $1.02

22-Year Total $32.16 $1.02 $1.02

$160.80 $194.99 $186.50 $311.00 $186.50 $684.00

$160.80 $194.99 $186.50 $311.00 $186.50 $684.00

$3.33 $0.61 $0.61 $16.64 $21.18 $0.97

$3.33 $0.61 $0.61 $16.64 $21.18 $0.97

$0.61 $0.61 $4.84 $7.02 $447.62 $447.62

$0.61 $0.61 $4.84 $7.02 $447.62 $447.62

$2,510.64

$3,880.81

SIS Multimodal $836.15

$220.42

$313.60

Authorization was approved in the 2014 Water Resources and Reform Development Act but is not obligated. In additional to $311.00 million shown, $186.50 million is anticipated to come from local sources and $186.50 million from the Strategic Intermodal System Multimodal programs. 46


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OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

M AINTAINING AND OPERATING OUR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IS ESSENTIAL FOR OUR MOBILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE . Our plan considers the long-term need for the maintenance and operation of our transportation system. Without adequate maintenance and operations, our investments in construction and capital projects will not be sustainable and the long-term costs of maintaining our system will increase. The plan dedicates federal, state and local resources as summarized in the following table.

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 25. Summary of Operations and Maintenance Costs Phase 2019-2020 State Highway System O&M $991 Local Roadways O&M Clay Duval Nassau St. Johns

O&M O&M O&M O&M

Total Roadways JTA Transit

Bus

O&M O&M O&M O&M O&M

Sunshine Transit

Skyway/Streetcar BRT Commuter Rail Park and Ride Lots Subtotal JTA Sunshine

Total Transit Total

2021-2025 $1,982

2026-2030 $2,023 $33

2031-2040 $2,216

22-Year Total $7,212 $33

$30 $267 $2 $53 $1,343 $167

$85 $819 $6 $176 $3,067 $465

$108 $1,117 $7 $257 $3,546 $548

$315 $3,612 $20 $936 $7,099 $1,400

$538 $5,816 $36 $1,422 $15,056 $2,580

$3

$10 $233

$11 $610

$1 $171 $3

$2 $710 $8

$2 $1,171 $9

$29 $1,557 $7,647 $5 $10,637 $23

$53 $2,400 $7,647 $9 $12,689 $42

$174 $1,517

$1,427 $4,494

$2,351 $5,897

$21,298 $28,397

$25,250 $40,305

O&M

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BALANCING OUR PLAN

A PLAN THAT IS WELL BALANCED ENSURES WE PROVIDE OUR RESIDENTS WITH THE CHOICES THEY NEED AND THAT OUR INVESTMENTS ARE FAIR AND EQUITABLE . Our planning process ensured that we have a plan that is balanced with the anticipated revenues.

We have also developed a plan that is balanced geographically to ensure that resources are fairly allocated among our partners. Geographic equity is related to population distribution, but our plan is regional in nature and many of our investment benefit residents who cross county boundaries every day to work and play.

A plan is also well balanced when investments are made to provide mode choices to enhance mobility and livability within our community. Reliable and safe transportation through enhanced transit and safe walkable communities for our aging population is essential to maintain independent living. As more seniors continue to drive, highway features such as clear signing and lighting become especially important.

Social equity, social diversity, quality of life and meeting the needs of the underserved are aspects of social sustainability that were addressed during the planning process through extensive public outreach.

The Path Forward 2040 LRTP considers the aging population, changing demographics and population growth. The plan considers the transportation system needs of all user groups and recognizes that there is an increasing demand for solutions and strategies spanning the broadest spectrum of users, vehicles, and modal choice preferences.

The following tables summarize show the balance achieved in our planning process when the expenditures are compared to needs, geography and modes served. Regional maps showing the funded projects follow the tables.

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Table 26. Total Expenditures by Fund Source for Capacity Programs Fund Program Years Years 2019-2020 2021-2025 Strategic Intermodal System $39.82 $508.26 Other State Highways $122.33 $273.13 Transportation Management Area $28.80 $77.44 Turnpike/Tolls $0.00 $1,951.22 TRIP $0.70 $5.40 Clay County $52.88 Duval County Nassau County St. Johns County FTA Passenger Ferry Grant State and Federal Transit Transit Local Match Transportation Alternatives (TALU)

$255.23 $0.00 $2.75

Transportation Alternatives (TALT) SIS Multimodal Federal Seaport Grant JAXPORT Grand Total

$3.78 $338.65 $311.00 $186.50 $1,376.45

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$63.07 $21.02 $2.80

Includes all phases. 50

Years 2026-2030 $874.16 $284.40 $83.98 $0.00 $5.39 $73.02

Years 2031-2040 $2,635.50 $709.21 $126.18 $0.00 $10.80 $122.82

22-Year Total $4,057.74 $1,389.08 $316.40 $1,951.22 $22.29 $248.73

$362.31 $0.00 $13.50 $6.62 $174.11 $58.04 $7.10

$102.89 $10.75 $32.52

$242.68 $30.88 $118.61

$171.98 $57.33 $7.10

$350.84 $116.95 $14.20

$963.11 $41.63 $167.38 $6.62 $760.00 $253.33 $31.20

$9.38 $220.42

$9.38 $313.60

$18.76 $2,510.64

$3,719.80

$2,026.49

$7,008.08

$41.30 $3,383.31 $311.00 $186.50 $14,130.82


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 27. Total Revenue and Expenditures for Balancing Source Item Years 2019-2020 Strategic Intermodal System Other Arterials

Turnpike/Tolls

Transportation Management Area Transportation Alternatives (TALU) Transportation Alternatives (TALT) Transportation Regional Incentive Program (TRIP) State and Federal Transit

Strategic Intermodal System Multimodal Federal Seaport Grant for St. Johns River Dredging Clay

Duval County Non Transit

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

22-Year Total

Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference

$24.86 $24.86 $0.00 $116.70 $116.70 $0.00

$473.90 $473.90 $0.00 $260.60 $260.60 $0.00

$773.34 $773.34 $0.00 $246.40 $246.40 $0.00

$2,635.50 $2,635.50 $0.00 $538.80 $538.80 $0.00

$4,057.74 $4,057.74 $0.00 $1,162.50 $1,162.50 $0.00

Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $28.80 $28.80 $0.00

$1,951.22 $1,951.22 $0.00 $71.90 $71.90 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $71.90 $71.89 $0.00

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $143.80 $143.81 $0.00

$1,951.22 $1,951.22 $0.00 $316.40 $316.40 $0.00

Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference

$2.80 $2.80 $0.00 $3.78 $3.78 $0.00

$7.10 $7.10 $0.00 $9.38 $9.38 $0.00

$7.10 $7.10 $0.00 $9.38 $9.38 $0.00

$14.20 $14.20 $0.00 $18.76 $18.76 $0.00

$31.20 $31.20 $0.00 $41.30 $41.30 $0.00

Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference Federal and State New Starts Total Revenue

$0.70 $0.70 $0.00 $56.90 $6.17 $63.07

$5.40 $5.40 $0.00 $146.50 $27.61 $174.11

$5.40 $5.39 $0.01 $153.90 $18.08 $171.98

$10.80 $10.80 $0.01 $322.80 $28.04 $350.84

$22.30 $22.29 $0.01 $680.10 $79.90 $760.00

Expenditures Cumulative Difference Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference Revenue

$63.07 $0.00

$174.11 $0.00

$171.98 $0.00

$350.84 $0.00

$760.00 $0.00

$836.15 $836.15 $0.00 $311.00

$220.42 $220.42 $0.00 $0.00

$313.60 $313.60 $0.00 $0.00

$2,510.64 $2,510.64 $0.00 $0.00

$3,880.81 $3,880.81 $0.00 $311.00

Expenditures Cumulative Difference Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference Revenue

$311.00 $0.00 $67.04 $67.04 $524.96

$0.00 $0.00 $47.79 $52.88 $61.95 $987.78

$0.00 $0.00 $50.62 $73.02 $39.54 $725.55

$0.00 $0.00 $110.42 $122.82 $27.14 $170.66

$311.00 $0.00 $275.87 $248.73 $27.14 $2,408.95

Expenditures Cumulative Difference

$255.23 $269.73

$362.31 $895.20

$102.89 $1,517.86

$202.68 $1,485.84

$923.11 $1,485.84

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 27. Total Revenue and Expenditures for Balancing Source Item Years 2019-2020 Duval County Transit

Local Match for St. Johns River Dredging Nassau County

St. Johns County

Years 2021-2025

Years 2026-2030

Years 2031-2040

22-Year Total

Charter Transit Surtax Transit Local Match Differences Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference

$235.10 $21.02 $214.07 $186.00 $186.00 $0.00

$551.73 $58.04 $707.76 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$647.40 $57.33 $1,297.84 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$1,651.08 $116.95 $2,831.97 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$3,085.31 $253.33 $2,831.97 $186.00 $186.00 $0.00

Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference Revenue Expenditures Cumulative Difference

$11.71 $0.00 $11.71 $28.86 $2.75 $26.11

$25.00 $0.00 $36.71 $61.62 $13.50 $74.23

$26.54 $10.75 $52.50 $65.47 $32.52 $107.19

$58.16 $30.88 $79.78 $108.18 $118.61 $96.75

$121.41 $41.63 $79.78 $264.13 $167.38 $96.75

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Table 28. Summary of Funds in Proportion to Needs Project Category Project Costs Road Transit

$33,637 $4,164

$8,892 $1,020

Percent of Need Met 26% 58%

TSM&O Bicycle and Pedestrian Freight Total Totals may not match due to rounding of subtotals.

$709 $464 $6,504 $46,081

$34 $303 $3,880 $14,131

5% 65% 60% 31%

Table 29. Geographic Distribution County 2040 Population Clay 315,700 Duval 1,071,600 Nassau 116,700

Funded

% Population

St. Johns 377,000 Total 1,881,000 Totals may not match due to rounding of subtotals.

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Allocation 17% 57% 6%

$2,925 $8,709 $656

21% 62% 5%

20% 100%

$1,841 $14,131

13% 100%

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Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 30. Modal Distribution Primary DecisionMaking Authority FDOT FDOT

Program

FDOT

SIS Multimodal FDOT Subtotal 73 Other State Highways Transportation Management Area 74 Transportation Alternatives (TALU) 75 Transportation Alternatives (TALT)

North Florida TPO North Florida TPO North Florida TPO North Florida TPO North Florida TPO North Florida TPO

Roads

Strategic Intermodal System 71 Turnpike/Tolls

70

Bicycle and 69 Pedestrian

TSM&O

Freight

$4,057.74 $1,951.22

72

Transportation Regional Incentive Program (TRIP) 77 State and Federal Transit North Florida TPO Subtotal

Transit

$6,008.96 $1,297.42 $268.75

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$4,057.74 $1,951.22 $1,377.21 $1,377.21

$21.23 $1,587.40

Total

$0.00 $91.66 $13.44 $31.20 $41.30

$0.00

$2,006.10 $2,006.10

$34.21

$1.06 $760.00 $760.00

$178.66

$34.21

$0.00

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

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Clay County

$236.88

$11.84

$248.73

These expenditures are based on 5% of road capacity projects and dedicated revenues for bicycle and pedestrian projects. The revenue estimate provided by FDOT of $3,880.96 million does not include Preliminary Engineering (PE) phases. This total includes Preliminary Engineering (PE) phases as programmed in the Cost Feasible Plan. 71 The revenue estimate was provided by FDOT. 72 These funds are distributed by FDOT on a statewide basis. The funds were estimated by extrapolating the current statewide funding through the horizon of the plan and developing a reasonable estimate of the statewide funding that would be allocated to North Florida. This estimate includes $186.50 million of state funds to match the federal authorization for St. Johns River Dredging. 73 The revenue estimate provided by FDOT of $1,162.50 million does not include Preliminary Engineering (PE) phases. This total includes PE phases as programmed in the Cost Feasible Plan. 74 These funds can only be used within the North Florida Transportation Management Area. 75 These funds are distributed by FDOT on a districtwide basis. The total shown is a districtwide total. 76 These funds are distributed by FDOT on a districtwide basis. The total shown is a districtwide total. 77 The funds include $680.10 million of federal and state capacity funding for the North Florida TPO estimated by FDOT plus $79.90 of New Starts funding. The federal and state capacity funds are distributed on a statewide priority basis. The New Starts funding is allocated by the Federal Transit Administration on a competitive basis. A total of $760.30 million of New Start funds was estimated on a statewide basis by FDOT. These programs are not shown in the FDOT Adopted Work Program. 53 70


Path Forward 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Table 30. Modal Distribution Primary DecisionMaking Authority Local Local Local Local Local Local Federal Grants Federal Grants

Program

Roads

Duval County Road Capacity JAXPORT Transit Local Match Duval County Subtotal Nassau County St. Johns County

$860.64

$860.64 $39.64 $159.41

Subtotal Local FTA Passenger Ferry Grant Federal Seaport Grant Federal Grants Grand Total

54

Transit $0.00 $253.33 $253.33

$1,296.58

$253.33 $6.62

$0.00 $8,892.93

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$302.93

$0.00 $34.21

$311.00 $311.00 $2,503.60

Total $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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