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Managed Lanes

Managed Lanes. Manuel Santos, EI August 23, 2012. Congestion is not Getting Better. Definition of Managed Lanes. Dedicated lanes along roadway corridors “managed” for congestion

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Managed Lanes

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  1. Managed Lanes Manuel Santos, EI August 23, 2012

  2. Congestion is not Getting Better

  3. Definition of Managed Lanes • Dedicated lanes along roadway corridors “managed” for congestion • Includes addition opportunities for high occupancy vehicles (HOV), reversible lanes, express lanes, truck only lanes, vehicle restricted lanes and bus lanes • Dynamic management includes vehicle restrictions or variable pricing and tolling strategies where operations change throughout the course of a day • Maintains existing “free” general use lanes

  4. Potential Benefits • Choice… a new transportation option • Congestion Management • Provides enhanced transit advantage • Alternative funding source

  5. 95 Express Video

  6. Improvement in Speeds due to 95 Express

  7. Managed Lanes around the US Seattle SR 167 HOT Lanes Minneapolis I-394, I-35W MNPASS Salt Lake CityI-15 Express Lanes Alameda County680 Express Lanes Orange CountySR 91 Express Lanes Atlanta85 Express Lanes San DiegoI-15 FasTrak DenverI-25 HOT Lanes Miami95 Express Houston IH-10 Katy Managed Lanes US 290 Northwest Managed Lanes

  8. Managed Lane Action Plan • Focus is on dynamically managed toll lanes • Goal is improving person throughput within the corridor • Should be considered for all added capacity projects on limited access facilities • Planning and development should not preclude future implementation

  9. Managed Lane Action PlanIdentified Corridors I-4 from I-275 to SR 39 I-75 from Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway to Bruce B. Downs Blvd I-275 from I-175 to I-4

  10. PD&E /Feasibility Studies I-275 from MLK Blvd to Bearss Ave PD&E Start 2013 I-4 from 50th St to Polk Pkwy PD&E Start June 2012 Tampa Interstate Study Review On-going Howard Frankland Bridge PD&E Study and Regional Transit Corridor Evaluation On-going I-75 from US 301 to Fletcher Ave PD&E On-going I-275 from 54th Ave S to N of Roosevelt Ave Start May 2012 I-75 from Moccasin Wallow Rd to US 301 On-going

  11. Tampa Interstate Study • Recommended: Express Lanes in Median • General Use Lanes construction in progress

  12. I-75 from US 301 to Fletcher Ave PD&E • Recommended: 6 General Use Lanes and 6 Special Use Lanes • Most of the widening to be done inside the existing lanes

  13. Modeling • Time of day • Sensitivity to Tolls and Fares • Improved mode choices • Improved Distribution • Additional traffic analysis zones • New facility type for Managed lanes TBRPM V7.1 TBRTM v23 An improved TBRPM

  14. Questions? For More Information: • Manuel Santos (manuel.santos@dot.state.fl.us) or Waddah Farah (waddah.farah@dot.state.fl.us) 813-975-6000

  15. Managed Lane Examples I-394 Minneapolis, Minnesota I-25 Denver, Colorado

  16. Managed Lane Examples I-15 Salt Lake City, Utah SR 167 Seattle, Washington

  17. Managed Lane Examples I-394 Minneapolis, Minnesota I-680 Alameda County, California

  18. Managed Lane Examples I-95 Miami-Dade & Broward Counties, Florida I-91 Orange County, California

  19. Managed Lane Examples I-15 San Diego, California

  20. Managed Lane Examples I-35W Minneapolis, Minnesota

  21. Managed Lane Examples Northwest US 290 Houston, Texas

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