Published on March 19, 2008
Public-Private Partnerships: Public-Private Partnerships Florida’s Turnpike Experience James L. Ely Executive Director P3 Florida’s Turnpike Today: Florida’s Turnpike Today System of toll roads – not separate facilities User-financed: does not rely on gas taxes Florida’s Turnpike Today: Florida’s Turnpike Today System of toll roads – not separate facilities User-financed: does not rely on gas taxes Largest toll system in Florida Tentative Five-Year Work Program $4.59 Billion Slide4: Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise US Toll Roads and Bridges: US Toll Roads and Bridges Florida’s Turnpike Today: Florida’s Turnpike Today Highest bond rated turnpike (Moody’s Investors Service) Part of the FDOT Florida Department of Transportation: Florida Department of Transportation Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise Transportation Commission SECRETARY Legislative Programs Administrator Assistant Secretary Transportation Development & Operations District One District Two District Three District Four District Five District Six District Seven Florida’s Turnpike is an integral component of FDOT and the FIHS. General Counsel Inspector General Assistant Secretary Transportation Support Federal Programs Administrator Public Information Administrator Assistant Secretary Intermodal Systems Development Enterprise Organization Chart: Enterprise Organization Chart Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise Organizational P3: Organizational P3 100% In-house 100% Privatized Maximize efficiency Maintain accountability MODEL 1 MODEL 2 FTE MODEL Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise Slide10: Martin Petroleum Corp. Slide11: Food Service Fuel Stations Toll Collectors Backroom Slide12: Customer Service Center In-house staff (6%) Private sector staff (94%) 9 148 157 Food Service Fuel Stations Toll Collectors Backroom Types of Public-Private Partnerships: $ Types of Public-Private Partnerships Design Bid Build Private Contract Fee Services Design Build PUBLIC Responsibility Innovative Financing Telecommunication Partnerships: Telecommunication Partnerships Wireless Fiber Optic Wireless Partnership: Wireless Partnership DOT Right-of-Way for % of gross collections 41% of gross collections - $55,000 / month income 30 year agreement executed 3/25/99 Fiber Optic Partnership: Fiber Optic Partnership DOT Right-of-Way for fiber optic cable for public use However: Began process too late Existing commercial fiber plants already in ground Proposers could not demonstrate adequate funding Capital Projects - Partnerships: Florida’s Turnpike Other public entities Private sector Total Capital Projects - Partnerships $ 4,037 728 100 $ 4,865 FY 1990 - FY 2005 (in millions) FY 2006 - FY 2011 (in millions) Total (in millions) $ 3,396 120 35 $ 3,551 $ 7,433 848 135 $ 8,416 Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise: SEMINOLE EXPRESSWAY Florida’s Turnpike System Expansion Projects Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise In 1990 the Turnpike was authorized to build / acquire new Turnpike projects Several of the projects did not pass legislative tests of feasibility Public/Public and Public/Private Partnerships helped deliver these projects SUNCOAST PARKWAY VETERANS EXPRESSWAY SAWGRASS EXPRESSWAY Southern Connector Extension: Southern Connector Extension A 6-mile limited access facility that connects the section of the Central Florida GreeneWay, operated by OOCEA, to I-4 in Osceola County. Opened to traffic: June 1996 Southern Connector Extension Southern Connector Extension: Turnpike Costs: Design Plans ROW Construction CEI Permits/Mitigation Post-Design Services $0.0 8.6 50.1 7.8 6.3 0.9 Total $73.7 48.1% Non-Turnpike Costs: Design Plans (TDGT) Donated ROW (TDGT) Osceola Pkwy I/C Celebration Blvd I/C CEI Orange Co. Construction Collector-Distributor Road Costs TDGT Subsidy $8.0 24.5 6.6 9.3 3.0 1.8 10.2 16.2 Total $79.6 51.9% Total = $153.3 M Southern Connector Extension Seminole Expressway,Project 2: A 6-mile limited access facility from the northern terminus of Seminole Expressway, Project 1 to I-4. Opened to traffic: September 2002 Seminole Expressway, Project 2 Seminole Expressway, Project 2 Seminole Expressway, Project 2: Seminole Expressway, Project 2 Non-Turnpike Costs: Federal Funds ROW Bonds District Allocated Funds Local Funds $100.8 54.8 4.2 0.8 Total $160.6 60.6% Turnpike Costs: SIB TFRTF $65.2 39.4 Total $104.6 39.4% Total = $265.2 M Western Beltway,Part C: A planned four-lane, limited access toll facility that provides an alternate north-south route between Florida’s Turnpike west of Orlando and I-4 south of Walt Disney World. Expected opening: December 2006 Western Beltway, Part C Western Beltway, Part C Western Beltway, Part C: Non-Turnpike Costs: ROW Bonds State Funds Private Funds $61.3 55.5 8.5 Total $125.3 38.3% Turnpike Costs: Turnpike Bonds Toll Revenues TFRTF $135.9 64.8 1.5 Total $202.2 61.7% Western Beltway, Part C Total = $327.5 M Partnerships - Interchanges: Partnerships - Interchanges Existing Pro Player Stadium (Joe Robbie) Office Depot Center (Broward Arena) NW 106th St. NW 12th St. (Beacon Tradeport) CR 470 (public/public) Future Becker Rd. (public/public/private) SR 417 (public/public) Slide26: Transportation needs are great Demand is far outpacing supply P3’s can help meet demand Types of Public-Private Partnerships: $ Types of Public-Private Partnerships Future Partnership Opportunities: F.S. 334.30 Public-Private Transportation Facilities Updated to reflect public interest to accelerate needed transportation projects Provides flexibility enabling Department to: Accelerate projects in 5-Yr Work Program Use State resources to participate in funding projects on the State Highway System Apply eminent domain powers Lend Toll Facility Revolving Trust Funds Future Partnership Opportunities Proposed Projects: Proposed Projects East West Road St. Johns River Crossing Port of Miami Tunnel Coast to Coast Existing Toll Highway/Bridge Concessions: Existing Toll Highway/Bridge Concessions States / Provinces with toll highway/ bridge concessions Proposed Toll Highway/Bridge Concessions: Proposed Toll Highway/Bridge Concessions States / Provinces with toll highway/ bridge concessions Conclusion: Needs are great Future transportation organizations will see more integration of public and private sector staff Toll facilities generate cash/revenue streams We must leverage our combined resources Public Private Partnerships can help Florida meet its transportation needs Conclusion Doing More With All Types of Partnerships PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS:: PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS: The emerging concession model www.teamfl.org
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Jim Ely Executive Director Christopher Warren, P.E. ... Floridaʼs Turnpike Enterprise is part of the Florida Department of Transportation, overseeing
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