Annual Commissioner Breakfast Mission Transportation excellence enhancing the

Annual Commissioner Breakfast Mission Transportation excellence enhancing the

Annual Commissioner Breakfast Mission Transportation excellence enhancing the quality of life in New Hampshire Purpose Transportation excellence in New Hampshire is fundamental to the state's economic development. The Department will

provide safe travel options for all of the state's residents, visitors, and goods, through a transportation system and services that are well maintained, efficient, reliable, and provide seamless interstate and intrastate connectivity. Strategies - Draft Ten Year Plan Focus on Pavement Preservation Focus on Red List Bridges & Bridge Preservation Dedicate SB367 funds for TIFIA loan pledged rural roads & bridges

Completion of I-93 Salem to Manchester & Increase funding for I-93 Exit 4A Derry-Londonderry Financially Constrain to $183M/yr - level federal funding Include $50M for RPC projects in 2029/2030 ($25M/yr) Received $74M in project requests from 9 RPCs Allowed future RPC allocation pledges to fully fund projects Strategies - Draft Ten Year Plan Address major project cost increases Exit 4A, Bow-Concord, Interstate 4R projects

GARVEE bonding Current TYP - $70M GARVEE Lebanon-Hartford & Hinsdale-Brattleboro bridges Draft TYP - $80M GARVEE Hinsdale-Brattleboro , Seabrook-Hampton Delay Bow-Concord by 2 years to 2026 Transfer 25% ($2.2M) of CMAQ to other Federal Categories

Maintain and extend all programs by 2 years Invest additional SB367 revenue in paving to improve projected condition Increase investment in Bridge preservation & Resurfacing programs to mitigate inflation impacts TYP Funding Synopsis Federal Highway Funding- Typ. Annual Utilization FAST Act Federal Funding approximately $183M/year Paving & Bridge Projects (avg.):

$107M Mandated Federal (CMAQ, TA, SPR, HSIP, LTAP, etc): $31M GARVEE Debt Service through 2025: $24M Annual Dedicated Funding: $162M/year Individual Roadway Projects (remainder funding): avg. - $21M/year

TYP Funding Synopsis Betterment Funding $24 M/year Preservation & Maintenance (Roads & Bridges) Turnpike Funding for Capital & Tpk. Renewal & Replacement - averages $67 M/year SB367 Funding for I-93 Expansion, SAB, TIFIA DS $32M per year net of Municipal Block Grant Aid State Aid Bridge: $6.8M/year

I-93 Debt Service: Averages $2.0M/year (thru 2025) TIFIA Pledged Paving & Bridge Work: $14M/year (paving) $ 9M/year (bridges) I-93 Debt Service 2026-2034 increases to $23.4M/year

Funding Synopsis - Other Modes Airport - FAA Total of $288M programmed in TYP (Average $28M/yr.) 14 Project Locations in TYP listed by town & airport name Transit - FTA Total of $312M programmed in TYP (average $31M/yr.) Approx. 60% ($18.5M/yr.) to small urban, Nashua UZA &

Boston UZA public transit providers Approx. 40% ($12.5M/yr.) to rural transit, seniors & individuals with disabilities SB 241- adds the Capitol Corridor project development phase Funding Synopsis - Other Modes Rail Total of $10.5M programmed in TYP (average $1M/yr.) $600K/year maintenance & construction on state-owned rail lines

$1.5M every 3 years capital work on Class III and Cog RR Active Transportation $4.75M Fed funds - annual allotment to TA, RecTrails programs on-and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, rail trail improvements, and safe routes to school projects. Approx. $7M over 28 projects in 2019 (4% of Federal

Funds) sidewalks, signals, shoulder widening, sidewalk curb ramps striping, bus pullouts & shelters, park n rides, refuge islands Funding Synopsis - Other Modes $173M Active Transportation - $141M - 46 Individual projects with Active Transportation components

$33M - 3 Programs (ADA, TA, & RCRTL) that have Active Transportation focus Active Transportation Categories - Bike/Ped - Trail/Path - Complete Streets - Curb Ramps - Sidewalks

Program funding changes $10M/year added to resurfacing program in 2029 & 2030 $6.5M/year added to Bridge preservation programs in 2029 & 2030 SB367 revenue - $2M/yr. added through 2025, $1.5M/yr. 2026-30 to resurfacing program Betterment revenue - $1M/yr. added through 2030 to resurfacing 5 Red List bridges added to the two outer years

1 Interstate rehabilitation project (4R) added to 2030 $17M CMAQ program reduced by $2.2M/year to $8.9M/yr Draft TYP (2021 2030) Funding FY21-FY30 Estimated Program Expenditures

Pavement (state & federal) averages $83M per year Bridges (state & federal) averages $88M per year I-93 Expansion - $70M over ten-year period Mandated Federal averages $31M per year

Individual Projects- $810M over ten-year period Transit & Airports - $612M over ten-year period Total Program - $3.92Billion Category Expenditure Comparison $3.92 Billion Transportation program - $176M increase over current TYP Pavement - $50M increase State & Federal funding sources Bridges - $119M increase Bridges moved from Individual projects & M&P program increases

Roadside - $41M increase Included Tpk. R&R roadside allotment Airport - $34M increase additional funding 14 DOT Recommendations & Strategies Expand Travel Options Flex 25% CMAQ funds to FTA for transit needs Work with transit providers to better understand unmet needs

Complete the Pedestrian & Bicycle plan Complete the Recreation Trail plan Add Active Transportation category to investment summary chart to future TYP Improve documentation and communication of active transportation components to future TYP DOT Recommendations & Strategies $174M Active Transportation In Draft TYP

- $141M - 46 Individual projects with Active Transportation components $33M - 3 Programs (ADA, TA, & RCRTL) that have Active Transportation focus Active Transportation Categories - Bike/Ped

- Trail/Path - Complete Streets - Curb Ramps - Sidewalks DOT Recommendations & Strategies Maintain System, Reduce Congestion & Improve Safety Continue to address needs through the design process Continue commitment to related programs

DOT Recommendations & Strategies Specific Project needs (Advance, Fund, and Scope) Address requests through the design phase Utilize other eligible federal municipal bridge funds (MOBBR) for large SAB projects to support acceleration of future year SAB projects

Commit $3M available TA contract authority in FY20 to accelerate projects from the Draft TYP years to support acceleration of future year TA projects DOT Recommendations & Strategies Specific Project needs (Advance, Fund, and Scope) Accelerate and add funding to existing projects Fund new project Increase GARVEE to $170M on large projects

Other Recommendations DOT Administration updates, scope changes & corrections Additional Corridor Study Approve CMAQ projects for 2019 grant round 21 Projects submitted

2 Electronic vehicle charging station Projects 1 Transit 1 Trail 11 Infrastructure 5- Ineligible 1 - Duplicate

DOT Recommendations & Strategies Other Opportunities Modify CMAQ funding strategies to address transit needs 25% flex to FTA for transit needs 50% Competitive grant rounds 25% flex to other FHWA funding categories to unfunded needs (currently implemented) Bridge Condition

Pavement Condition Federal Aid Program Outlays Annual HTF spending at current levels plus inflation is estimated to exceed receipts by $16 billion in FY2020, growing to $23 billion by FY2027

Receipts Source: AASHTO FAST ACT REAUTHORIZATION WHITE PAPER (Draft September 7, 2018) HTF revenues, mainly derived from fuel taxes, will continue to decline due to increased vehicle fuel efficiency and growing use of alternative fuel vehicles Federal Aid Program

Source: AASHTO FAST ACT REAUTHORIZATION WHITE PAPER (Draft September 7, 2018) If Congress determines to no longer supplement HTF with General Funds 50% drop in federal funds is projected for 2021 & 30% drop in 2022 and beyond.

Tremendous negative impact on NHs program Previous TYPs, level funding beyond FAST Act had been assumed to financially constrain the TYP

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