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June 26, 2014 Greg Horn, P.E. Modot St. Louis District Engineer PowerPoint Presentation
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June 26, 2014 Greg Horn, P.E. Modot St. Louis District Engineer

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  1. June 26, 2014 Greg Horn, P.E. Modot St. Louis District Engineer

  2. Missouri’s diverse system supports our economy and our people…

  3. By the numbers

  4. BY THE NUMBERS • More than 10,400 Bridges • Ranks 6th in # of Bridges • 4,800 miles of railroad track carry 410 million tonsof freight and 500,000 passengers per year • KC & STL. 2nd and 3rd largest hubs

  5. Missouri has… By the numbers

  6. Take care of the transportation system and services we enjoy today • Keep all travelers safe, no matter the mode of transportation • Invest in projects that spur economic growth and create jobs • Give Missourians better transportation choices

  7. The Stark Reality $1.3 billion $700 million $325 million 2009 2014 2017

  8. The Stark Reality: Primary Revenue Stream • 70 percent comes from state and federal fuel taxes • …but people drive less…and cars are more efficient than ever • That’s good for the environment, bad for our transportation system

  9. Cost Perspective %199 196% 176% 100%

  10. State of the System – The Harsh Reality We are committed to a safe, reliable and prosperous transportation future… BUT…without a solution, we will not be able to accomplish what Missourians have come to expect from our state.

  11. Maintaining System in Current Condition Will Require Change Soon $1.147 billion $685 million $485 Million - Amount needed to keep system in current condition $325 million 2014 2005-10 2017-19

  12. Amendment 7 This August Missourians will have the opportunity to choose the path of our transportation system.

  13. Constitutional Amendment 7 What’s In The Measure? • Temporary ¾-cent sales tax for ten years • No state fuel tax increase; no toll roads. • No new tax on groceries or prescription drugs • Est. $5.4 billionover 10 years for transportation • 10% to locals (5% Cities and 5% Counties) • Money spent on locally developed projects • Accountability to Missourians.

  14. Draft Project List Development Moving Forward – Interstate 70 • $500 million off the top for I-70 • Expand I-70 to six lanes across state, from Independence to Wentzville. • Missouri’s “Main Street,” connecting our two largest cities and serving as the state’s economic engine. • Home to almost one-fourth of all Missouri jobs

  15. Draft Project List Development Moving Forward – Interstate 70 • Generates nearly $90 billion in economic activity each year. • Carries more than 10,000 trucks per day –projected to double by 2030. • Designed to carry 12,000-18,000 vehicles per day, it now carries anywhere from 20,000 to more than 100,000 vehicles per day.

  16. The List

  17. St. Louis District St. Louis County, I-270 rebuild (Lindbergh to 367) I-70 / 170 rebuild Manchester Road Bus Rapid Transit - Florissant, Natural Bridge I-44 (270 to 141) GRG Bike Trails Airport Access Kirkwood Amtrak Station

  18. St. Louis District St. Louis City Complete Streets Goodfellow Washington MLK Lacledes Landing Grand 7th and 8th Streets Tucker Clark and Spruce VandeventerMorganford Natural Bridge Broadway I-64 / 22nd Street Parkway GRG Bike Trails St. Louis Streetcar Metro Link Station area improvements

  19. St. Louis District St. Charles County I-70 rebuild (5th Street to 94, TR Hughes to Bryan Road, Cave Springs to Zumbehl) Rte 94 – (Add lane from Page to I-70) I-64 – (Add lane from K to I-70) Rte. 364, Page – (ramps at Heritage and Guttermuth) Rte. N – Upgrades I-64 and David Hoekel Parkway / I-70 Rte. W and Rte. F – Safety improvements GRG Bike Trails OATS

  20. St. Louis District Franklin County Rtes. - 100, 85, FF ,KK ,MM, O, OO, YY, BB- Safety Improvements Rte. 47- Partial from Washington to Union OATS

  21. St. Louis District Jefferson County I-55- Add lanes Z to McNutt Rtes. – Y, 61, H, TT – Safety Improvements Jefferson County Port Rte. 67 - Medians OATS

  22. Project List Development Where We’ve Been and Path Ahead June 2014 - 40 open house meetings were conducted. June 13 - July 3, 2014- Public comments received. July 9, 2014Final project list and comments received will be submitted to the MHTC for consideration and approval. August 5, 2014 - Election Day