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11-13-17 Town Council Work Session Sup-RFTA PP RFTA Integrated Transportation System Plan ( ITSP) Stage III "Analyze Options" Meeting with the Town of SnowrnassVfl4age - ber 1 3 , 20 7 PARSONS /VIM I Study Update November 2017 ............__,__,__,_. — Review ITSP Process and Where We Are — Present the ITSP Alternatives and Phasing — Present Preliminary Funding Analysis for the Improvements — Discuss Next Steps RFTA Momentum — Second largest transit authority in CO, largest rural transit agency in the US , over 5 million riders annually — RFTA not only reduces traffic congestion , but improves human health and air quality and allows everyone mobility and accessibility — After extensive public and EO outreach , consensus is that people want RFTA to do more RFTA Momentum Continued imNmnrna...„.,,,,.....,,,,„„,„...,,,,,,....,,,.....,,a,.,..,,..„..,.. — Non - driving mode share for the region is approximately 30 % , roughly double the national average — Exceeds expectations : at AM peak, moves 40 % of all commuters into downtown Aspen ; carries 59 , 000 passengers for one day of X -games , provides extra resources ( on top of regular service ) for GAB closure — This highly effective transportation system requires investment 1 March - July 2016 Kickoff Assemble Conduct workshops, Develop -- NTP ---- meeting with background interviews, and vision -----� � information planning sessions statements e, \ ----------- Convene TAC j \ Aug 2016-March 2017 i March-Dec 2017 Forecast transportation and Organizational capacity � Createcapital Develop ridership demand & efficiency review and O& M plan multimodal/ • Inventory assets for multimodal! transit service Land Transit/ Multimodal • Inventory services transit services alternatives use transportation • Perform efficiency r - . planning review 1 2018 2018 Fa112017 \ Late Summer 2017 Develop financial Ns,.. 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CIPASN'ilTAT*11423 i.. if. .',.:.... . /,.. t Over 70 Improvements Identified , I almost 50 are within RFTA 's jurisdiction All were categorized as either Short, Medium , or Long Term Improvements • Service Improvements ( 9) • TDM and Bike Share ( 3 ) • Parking, PNR, bus stops ( I 1 ) • Bus Replacement • Bus Expansion • Pedestrian crossings/Trail ( 7) • Expansion of Maintenance Facilities • Employee Housing and Office Space 1 A Highlight of Snowmass Village Specific I Improvements • Better transit service connections to Snowmass Village on Brush Creek Road ( cost includes incremental cost for Spring/ Fall and incremental cost for Summer) - A4 • UpperValley Parking Management ( Cost estimate to study and plan for the parking needs in the entire UpperValley) -A15 • Snowmass Transit Center — B7 (TOSV) • Bus Expansion for Snowmass Village to Brush Creek Road - E5 (A4 ) • in v) Cid Q b40 1:10 LL >%L tt• • a)L I Existing RFTA Revenue Sources • Mass transit tax • RTA sales & use tax • Service agreements • Grant revenue • Operating revenue Potential Local Revenue Sources • Lane usage fee • Utility fee • Special improvement district • Expand sales & use taxes • Lodging tax 6 '\) • Parking revenues • Naming rights /advertising/ private contributions • Property tax i Presentation of Phasing and Mill Levy Scenarios 1 Mill Lev Sensitivit Anal sis y y y RFTA determined initial set of Alternatives for Short, Medium , and Long Term implementation �� o ��� — General Assumptions c1,3(v)• Property tax mill levy: I mill generates $ 3 . 5 million per year • Property tax mill levy to cover all short term improvements capital and O & M costs except for out- of- service area improvements • Improvements costs expressed in 2016 dollars ( not- escalated to YOE) • This analysis only includes new improvements and their O & M costs ( does not include RFTA Annual Budget Items, . except for bus replacements and bus expansion ) I Mill Levy • • • Sensitivity • Analysis . . . ... . „:„.„:„,„:„„,,,,,,,„...,,,,,„:,:„.„,:,,..„.,: :.,,,„...,.„:.:,,,..,„ : .. _ . . �ti,��g:. ,,. , ..„.,,,,:,,_,,::,:„.„..4,,,,„,„,„..,,..,,„„,„. „vgi' � , ��, Type and DollarAmo n f RFTAu t o Sh rt7 rrrt 1r�r� r,„„,„4.,,,,., . , o e ovements ,s�,�' 3 1;its �aX .x2255.., ���� • • ..... u ded with I Mi11 Levy 1 .„._.a1..,,...,,.....:,., .... ... ...... . .,.,....,.........::.,,,,..,.,,,,,„..., , .,... ,...,..,,,.. ,,,..,.,...„.. $ 17, 500,000 ..-.„...„. 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Trails 4„.,. .. • h { >> a sti } z • Total Amount of Unfunded RFTA „,..„ ill f 4: T Ys •z f Projects .-„,,,, h ,'3 r Sbt f , RJR !� ' Z �' hZr"s ak <,r3; • • • • M • 11 Lev Sensitivit Anal sis I ‘ , .. ,..,---,:,mr:if,,,,4,--4*.z.:0-,-,:-. -:',,.i::::- and DollarAmount •Type RFTA -Ar' FT R L.-„,-,,,,. ��`«. aa. „,,,,:,,, 1 Fundedwith M � II Levy 10/3117 „,,,,,." ._ ,, a 3 $ 184 , 000 $ 12, 250 , 000 ' $ 1$ 12 Zoo 9000 Service Improvements . . .. . •... „. TDMndOthera Improvements ......, .. ., ,, .:., .., .:, ,..., .., • ParkingPNRand ....,.. a ... .,,,,,. $ 27,800 , 000 a Pedestrian Crossing • , ,.. , ,. , . Improvements • Bus Replacement and Expansion v ,i,:, . ,,.,, .\�F tr ,.: a` 'moi i p2, 055 , 235 • Trails R? 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