Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process

Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process

Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Actually Works NCDOT STI Prioritization and Programming Training May 2019 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Draft 20202029 STIP Released Data Review and Scoring Regional Impact Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Project Submittal Division Needs Total Scores &

Funded Projects Released Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment 2 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Scoring Process Project Submittal Data Review and Scoring Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment Regional Impact Total Scores & Funded Projects Released

Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Division Needs Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Draft 2020-2029 STIP Released 3 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Article 14B. Strategic Prioritization Funding Plan for Transportation Investments. 136-189.10. Definitions. The following definitions apply in this Article: $ $ $ Statewide Mobility

Regional Impact Division Needs 4 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works 2020-2029 201 9 July 2019 5 STI Prioritization Process Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Prioritization feeds the STIP Prioritization 1.0 and 2.0 prior to STI Law passing Prioritization 3.0 (P3.0) 2016-2025 STIP P4.0 2018-2027 STIP (Current Adopted STIP) P5.0 is feeding 2020-2029 STIP P6.0 will feed 2022-2031 STIP

7 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Committed Projects / Years Subject to Reprioritization Gray = Projects Reprioritized in next round 20 20 20 21 20 22 20 23 20 24 20 25 20 26 20 27 20 28 20 29

2018-2027 STIP (resulting from P4.0) 20 18 20 19 20 20 20 21 20 22 20 23 20 24 20 25 20 26 20 27 Green = Projects considered Committed 20

23 20 24 20 25 20 26 20 27 20 28 20 29 20 30 20 31 20 22 2020-2029 STIP (resulting from P5.0) 20 20 20 21

20 22 20 23 20 24 20 25 20 26 20 27 20 28 20 29 P5.0 Process Blue = Projects to evaluate through Prioritization process 2022-2031 STIP (resulting from P6.0) 20 22

20 23 20 24 20 25 20 26 20 27 20 28 20 29 20 30 20 31 P6.0 Process 8 3-Year Prioritization & 2-Year STIP Cycle 2018 2019 Fall

Winter Summer P5.0 Final 20202029 STIP Released P5.0 Draft 20202029 STIP Released P5.0 Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Start P6.0 Spring BOT Approves P6.0 Workgroup Criteria/Weights P6.0 Workgroup 2019 Fall End P5.0 Project

Submittal 2020 Winter Spring Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Data Review and Scoring Summer Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment Regional Impact Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Local Input Methodologies Submitted and Approved 2020 Fall Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Start

P7.0 9 2021 Winter Div. Needs Total Scores & Funded Projects Released P7.0 Workgroup Spring Draft 20222031 STIP Released Summer Final2020-2029 2022-2031 Final STIP STIPApproved Approved End P6.0 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Updated P6.0 Schedule

10 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Project Submittal Data Review and Scoring Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment Regional Impact Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment

Division Needs Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Draft 2020-2029 STIP Released Project Submittal Preparing for submittals: Pre-submittal process Modifications and deletions Public input on draft project lists Testing projects in SPOT On!ine and spreadsheets Coordination vital between MPOs, RPOs, and Divisions MPOs, RPOs, and Divisions enter and submit New and/or Holding Tank projects in SPOT On!ine SPOT processes Carryover projects in SPOT On!ine 11 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Project Submittal Data Review and Scoring

Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment Regional Impact Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Division Needs Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Draft 2020-2029 STIP Released Data Review and Scoring Complex scoring process SPOT works with many units

All data and measures distributed to submitters opportunity to review and correct (More details in Highway and Non-Highway scoring sessions) 12 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Project Submittal Data Review and Scoring Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment Regional Impact Total Scores & Funded Projects Released

Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Division Needs Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Draft 2020-2029 STIP Released Quant. Scores & SW Funded Projects SPOT calculates quantitative scores for all projects (SW, REG, and DIV) SW project total scores = 100% data-driven (quantitative score) STIP unit programs projects based on total score Schedule based on expected delivery Corridor and aviation caps 13 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Project Submittal Data Review and Scoring

Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment Regional Impact Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Division Needs Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Draft 2020-2029 STIP Released Regional Impact LIPs, Total Scores, & Funded Projects MPOs, RPOs, and Divisions assign LIPs to all modes

Use an Approved Methodology Preliminary assignment receives public input Final points entered in SPOT On!ine SPOT totals project scores STIP unit programs projects based on total score Schedule based on expected delivery Normalization Aviation and transit caps 14 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Project Submittal Data Review and Scoring Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment Regional Impact

Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Division Needs Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Draft 2020-2029 STIP Released Division Needs LIPs, Total Scores, & Funded Projects MPOs, RPOs, and Divisions assign LIPs to all modes Use an Approved Methodology Preliminary assignment receives public input Final points entered in SPOT On!ine SPOT totals project scores STIP unit programs projects based on total score Schedule based on expected delivery Normalization Aviation caps; Bike/Ped fund restrictions 15

Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Project Submittal Data Review and Scoring Quant. Scores & Statewide Funded Projects Released Regional Impact Local Input Point Assignment Regional Impact Total Scores & Funded Projects Released Division Needs Local Input Point Assignment Division Needs Total Scores &

Funded Projects Released Draft 2020-2029 STIP Released Draft STIP Released 10 year document that programs projects (assigns funding and schedules) $28B+ of projects (>55% of DOT Budget) Draft STIP released for public comment Final STIP approved by BOT approximately 6 months later incorporates changes Projects in STIP: Funded Statewide, Regional, and Division projects (includes Committed) Alternate Criteria projects Exempt and Transition projects 16 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Types of Projects in the STIP Statewide Statewide Mobility

Mobility Projects Projects Exempt Exempt programs programs and and transition transition projects projects Regional Regional Impact Impact Projects Projects STIP Alternate Criteria Projects Division Needs Projects

STI Programming Process Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Sources, Funds, Allocation & Distribution Funds SFY 2019 Sources Allocation Highway Fund Motor Fuel Tax 54% DMV Fees 25% Highway Use Tax 21% 71% 15% 100% 60% Total State Revenues

(Maintenance & Operation) Highway Trust Fund 40% Total State Revenues (Capital) Legislative Appropriations Statutory Directed (including Federalaid match) 19 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Sources, Funds, Allocation & Distribution Highway Fund Distribution Admin $35 Other Construction $45 Transit / Other $267

Administration $249 Other Agencies $47 Municipal Aid $148 Highway Trust Fund Distribution Maintenance $1,293 Turnpike $49 Debt Service $61 Federal Aid Match $284 Strategic Transportation Investments $942 20 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Sources, Funds, Allocation & Distribution

Highway Fund Distribution Admin $35 Other Construction $45 Transit / Other $267 Administration $249 Other Agencies $47 Municipal Aid $148 Highway Trust Fund Distribution Maintenance $1,293 Turnpike $49 Debt Service $61 Federal Aid Match $284

STIP Budget = Strategic Transportation Investments $942 + Federal Aid $1,112M 21 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works STIP Revenues STIP Budget 22 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works STIP Expenditures STIP Budget NCTA Gap Funding Transfers Program Admin. NC Ports

Prelim. Eng. Bonus Allocation Cost Overruns Inflation Debt Service Transition Projects %% 3300 % 40 30% 30% $

$ $ Statewide Mobility Regional Impact Division Needs 23 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works STIP Budget (Dollars in Millions) 24 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works STIP Expenditures 40% 30%

30% $ $ $ Statewide Mobility Regional Impact DA Funds spent on SW & REG Division Needs Divided based on % of State Population A B C

Statewide Mobility E Taken off the top of Statewide Interstate Maintenance Bridge Replacement Highway Safety F G Taken off the top of each Region Bridge Replacement Highway Safety Divided based on Equal Share 1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 D Taken off the top of each Division Bridge Replacement Highway Safety DA Funds (STBG & TAP) Rail-Highway Crossing Economic Development Municipal Roads Remaining Funds Available for 22 Buckets is for Projects from Prioritization Process (minus Committed Projects) 25

Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Iterative Programming Process Projects Projects Submitted Submitted STI Funding SPOT On!ine Data reviewed Quantitative scores calculated 30.00% Statewide Mobility Regional Impact Division Needs 40.00% 30.00% Statewide Statewide Mobility Mobility

Projects programmed based on quant. score Regional Regional Impact Impact Local input points assigned Total scores calculated Projects programmed Division Needs Local input points assigned Total scores calculated Projects programmed 26 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Factors in STIP Development Prioritization scores Normalization (Highway vs. Non-Highway) Funding category allocations (40% vs. 30% vs. 30%) $ already reserved for Committed projects Project development schedules STI funding caps and restrictions 27

Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Normalization Statewide Mobility Statewide Mobility 1. Statewide Competition Determine how much is already spoken for amount remaining is available for Prioritization Sort eligible Highway, Rail, and Aviation projects by score in descending order Select projects until funding is allocated 28 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Normalization Regional Impact Non-Highway Only 1. Non-Hwy Only (Statewide Competition)

Determine 4% of total Regional Impact Budget (10 yr, non-adjusted) Determine how much in 4% Non-Hwy is already spoken for amount remaining is available for Prioritization Sort eligible Non-Hwy projects by score in descending order Select projects until funding is allocated 29 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Normalization Regional Impact Highway Only 2. Highway Only (Regional Competition) Within each region, subtract amount of 4% Non-Hwy programmed (over 10 yrs) Set aside 6% of each Regions allocation (10 yr, adjusted) Determine how much of remaining is already spoken for amount remaining is available for Prioritization Within each Region, sort eligible Hwy projects by score in descending order Select projects until funding is allocated 30 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works

Normalization Regional Impact All-Modes (Flex) 3. All-Modes (Flex) (Regional Competition) Determine 6% set aside (10 yr, adjusted from step 2) Within each Region, sort eligible Hwy & Non-Hwy projects by score in descending order Select projects until funding is allocated 31 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Normalization Division Needs Non-Highway 1. Non-Hwy Only (Division Competition) Within each Division, determine 4% of budget (10 yr, non-adjusted)

Determine how much is already spoken for amount remaining is available for Prioritization Sort Non-Hwy projects by score in descending order within each Div Select projects until funding is allocated 32 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Normalization Division Needs Highway 2. Highway Only (Division Competition) Within each Div, subtract amount of 4% programmed (over 10 yrs) Set aside 6% of each Divisions allocation (10 yr, adjusted) Determine how much of remaining is already spoken for amount remaining is available for Prioritization Within each Division, sort Hwy projects by score in descending order Select projects until funding is allocated 33 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Normalization Division Needs All-Modes (Flex)

3. All-Modes (Flex) (Division Competition) Determine 6% set aside (10 yr, non-adjusted from step 3) Within each Division, sort Hwy & Non-Hwy projects by score in descending order Select projects until funding is allocated 34 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Scheduling Impacts to Programming Regardless of priority, projects cannot be programmed for Right of Way (ROW) or Construction prior to completion of planning/environmental (NEPA) and design work A lower scoring project that can be delivered soon may get scheduled prior to a higher ranking project that still needs extensive work 35 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works

Annual Funding Balance +/-10% Variance Test Year 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total Statewide Test Regional Test Division Test Annual Budgets

Test Test Test Test Test Test Many budget tests included in State and Federal Law Compare total programmed amount to anticipated annual budget for each year For every five year period, compare programmed amounts to budget targets set by law in the Statewide, Regional and Division categories 36 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works 2018-2027 STIP Funding Total STIP Funding for Right-of-Way & Construction = $28.6B $2.9 $2.5 $13.2

Exempt Projects (CMAQ, Transition) Alternate Criteria Projects (Bridge, Interstate Maintenance, Safety, STBG-DA) P3.0 Committed Projects P4.0 Project Availability $10.0 37 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works 2020-2029 Draft STIP Funding Total STIP Funding for Right-of-Way & Construction = $28.8B $0.6 $3.2 $9.0 Exempt Projects (CMAQ, Transition) Alternate Criteria Projects (Bridge, Interstate Maintenance, Safety,

STBG-DA) Committed Projects P5.0 Project Availability $16.0 38 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works P5.0 Submittals Highways 1204 projects ($54.05 B) 277 automatic carryovers from P4.0 927 submittals Non-Highways 923 projects ($7.35B Cost to NCDOT) 96 automatic carryovers from P4.0 827 submittals 39 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Prioritization 5.0 Results &

2020-2029 Draft STIP (May 2019) Evaluated 2,127 Projects ($61.4 B) 1204 highway ($54.05 B) 923 non-highway ($7.35 B) 484 project funded ($13.64 B) 23% funded 333 highway ($12.76 B) 151 non-highway ($0.88 B) 40 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works STI Legislation Funding Caps and Restrictions Impacting Programming Statewide Mobility corridor cap Funding limits on airport projects in all categories Funding limit on light rail and commuter rail projects Funding limits on Regional Impact transit projects

Prohibition on using state funds to match federal-aid for independent bicycle and pedestrian projects 41 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Corridor Cap 136-189.11, (d), (1), b: Project cap. No more than ten percent (10%) of the funds projected to be allocated to the Statewide Strategic Mobility category over any five-year period may be assigned to any project or group of projects in the same corridor within a Highway Division or within adjoining Highway Divisions. 42 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Corridor Cap 43 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Corridor Cap Divisions 7 & 9 Project Prj-A Prj-B

Prj-C Prj-D Cost $200 M $150 M $50 M $100 M Total: 500 Million Divisions 7 & 5 Project Prj-C Prj-D Prj-E Prj-F Prj-G Cost $50 M $100 M $150 M $400 M $150 M Total: 850 Million 44 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works

Corridor Cap Statewide Mobility Corridor Cap = 10% of sum highlighted $ (Dollars in Millions) (for each 5 yr period) 45 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Corridor Cap Divisions 7 & 9 Project Prj-A Prj-B Prj-C Prj-D Cost $200 M $150 M $50 M $100 M Total: 500 Million Divisions 7 & 5 Project Prj-C

Prj-D Prj-E Prj-F Prj-G Cost $50 M $100 M $150 M $400 M $150 M Total: 850 Million Cap for 1st 5 Years: $445,823,000 46 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Corridor Cap 47 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Corridor Cap Divisions 7 & 9 Project Prj-A Prj-B

Prj-C Prj-D Cost $200 M $150 M $50 M $100 M Total: 400 Million Divisions 7 & 5 Project Prj-C Prj-D Prj-E Prj-F Prj-G Cost $50 M $100 M $150 M $400 M $150 M Total: 750 Million Cap for 1st 5 Years: $445,823,000 48

Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Corridor Cap 49 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Corridor Cap Divisions 7 & 9 Project Prj-A Prj-B Prj-C Prj-D Cost $200 M $150 M $50 M $100 M Total: 400 Million Divisions 7 & 5 Project Prj-C Prj-D Prj-E

Prj-F Prj-G Cost $50 M $100 M $150 M $400 M $150 M Total: 350 Million Cap for 1st 5 Years: $445,823,000 50 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Works Programming STI Projects (Dollars in Thousands) 51 Session 4: How the Prioritization and Programming Process Actually Works NCDOT STI Prioritization and Programming Training May 2019

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