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Florida Public Transportation Association:  Florida Public Transportation Association Governmental Services Committee Taxation & Budget Reform Commission September 10, 2007 Wes Watson Executive Director Florida Public Transportation Association:  Florida Public Transportation Association Florida Transit Agencies Bus Rail Paratransit Business Members Manufacturers Equipment Suppliers Service Providers Providing Mobility for Quality of Life, Economic Development, Safety and Security LYNX SFRTA .St. Johns Charlotte SVRTA Martin Transit Agencies Florida Public Transportation Quick Facts:  Florida Public Transportation Quick Facts Annual Ridership = 246,443,398 Number of Transit Agencies = 27 Number of Fixed Route Buses = 2,871 Number of Paratransit Buses = 2,149 Number of Trains = 215 Transit Employees = 9,522 Operating Budget = $962 Million Capital Budget = $290 Million NTD 2005 Database Trends:  Trends Population Trends / Mobility Demand:  Population Trends / Mobility Demand Public Transportation & Global Warming:  Public Transportation & Global Warming Energy Consumption:  Energy Consumption Using conservative assumptions, the study found that current public transportation usage reduces U.S. gasoline consumption by 1.4 billion gallons each year. In that means: 108 million fewer cars filling up – almost 300,000 every day. 34 fewer supertankers leaving the Middle East – one every 11 days. Over 140,000 fewer tanker truck deliveries to service stations per year. A savings of 3.9 million gallons of gasoline per day. Increases a two worker household income by $6,200 Slide8:  Annual Cost of Congestion: Florida Major Urbanized Areas Cost ($ Millions) Public Transportation Savings ($ Millions) Total 7 Areas: $4.4 Billion Cost; 156.5 Million Gallons Lost; Transit Saves = $421 Million Source: THE 2005 URBAN MOBILITY REPORT; Texas Transportation Institute Urbanized Area Miami-Hialeah-Palm Beach - Ft. Lauderdale 2. Tampa/St.Pete/Clearwater 3. Orlando 4. Jacksonville 5. Sarasota - Bradenton 6. Pensacola 7. Ft. Myers / Cape Coral 865 29,098 26.3 Excess Fuel (1,000 gal.) 2,486 87,249 333.9 643 22,104 43.5 285 10,159 12.4 97 3,480 3.1 50 1,701 0.6 46 2,712 1.6 Economic Multipliers:  Economic Multipliers National Studies: Over 50% Trips are to Work $1 Transit Investment = $6 Local Economic Activity Every $1B Infrastructure = 47,500 Jobs Bus is 170 Times Safer Than Car Rail is 25 Times Safer Than Car State FDOT 5 Year Work Program: $1 Transit Investment = $5.50 Economic Benefit Creates $ Billions of Personal Income for Residents Creates Thousands of Permanent Jobs Reduces Travel Time, Operating Costs, & Accidents Orlando Region Analysis of LYNX: 60% of trips Are To Work Economic return of Federal & State Funding Match = 174% Up to $122M Wages Lost If Lynx Unavailable 70% of Goods & Services Expenses Are Spent In Region LYNX Directly Creates 1,000 Jobs Slide10:  Job Access Community Access Orlando Economic Impact of Transit Transit & Growth Management:  Transit & Growth Management Local Government Initiatives Regional Coordination Developer Partnerships Florida Transit System Economic Success & Opportunity Examples:  Florida Transit System Economic Success & Opportunity Examples Slide13:  South Miami MetroRail Station Rail Station Joint Development: Office Building Retail Parking Transit Income Lease County Buy Back Option Allapattah MetroRail Station:  Allapattah MetroRail Station Rail Station Joint Development: Affordable Housing Daycare Coconut Grove MetroRail Station:  Coconut Grove MetroRail Station Rail Station Joint Development: Townhouses Retail Parking Transit Income Annual Rent Dadeland North MetroRail Station:  Dadeland North MetroRail Station Rail Station Joint Development: Residential Retail Parking Transit Income Annual Rent and Gross Tri-Rail:  Tri-Rail Boca Raton Intermodal Facility Component Of Double Tracking, Segment 5 Project 6.6 Acres, Immediately South Of Yamato Road New Facility Replaces Former Boca Raton Station Partially Funded With $750,000 Award From The City Of Boca Raton Tri-Rail:  Tri-Rail Phase 1 (Intermodal Facility) Bus Drop-Off And Loading Areas Ample Parking For Taxis And Passengers Pedestrian Walkways And Bike Paths Shuttle Services To Universities And Major Employment Centers Completed – January 2006 Tri-Rail:  Tri-Rail Phase 2 (Future Joint Development) 50,000 Sq. Ft. Of Office Space 20,000 Sq. Ft. Of Transit-Oriented Retail Additional Parking Spaces Tri-Rail:  Tri-Rail Slide21:  HART contributes to the local economy by: Carrying 35,000 passengers per weekday Expanding Express and Late Night service Creating new Flex service for suburban neighborhoods Operating the popular TECO Line Streetcar System Providing 71,000 HARTPlus paratransit trips to disabled citizens per year Slide22:  Electric Streetcars Return To Tampa On October 19, 2002 First Phase: 2.3-Mile System Connecting Downtown Tampa, Channelside And Ybor City $54 Million Community Investment – City, State And Federal Partnership Next Phase: 5/8-Mile Extension North On Franklin Street To Whiting Street & Fort Brooke Parking Garage $2 Billion Property Development Along Alignment Property Values Expected To Double In Next 5 Years Slide23:  is set to expand throughout the downtown area. A successful partnership with the City of Orlando… All 10 buses run on compressed natural gas and operate in dedicated lanes. An expanded partnership with with the City of Orlando will mean extended coverage and double the service area. Free rides ensure seamless access for passengers throughout the downtown Orlando area and central business core. Slide24:  LeeTran Public – Private Partnerships Edison Mall Transfer Facility, Fort Myers FDOT, Lee County, Fort Myers Redevelopment Agency and Simon Malls Partnership $1.7 Million Project Completion December 2007 1.4 Million passenger trips on routes traveling through Edison Mall Transfer Center Your Ride is Here Slide25:  JTA Orientation Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) Joint Development Projects Proposed Hallmark TOD Station Mixed Use Development Slide26:  Dollars and Sense: Public Transportation Mobility Benefits: job access and customer access Economic Productivity: reduction in delay, fuel consumption and costs Economic Development: joint property development and business development Economic Engine: operating and capital multiplier effect Slide27:  In Conclusion Continue State Support of Public Transit Funding Block Grants Service Development & Transit Corridor Programs Capital Match Include Transit as a Component of Economic Development Strategies Job Access Regional Economic Multiplier of Investments Joint Development Opportunities Promote Transit Integration & Funding in Growth Management Process Thank You!:  Thank You! Florida Public Transportation Association

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