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Jacksonville Rapid Transit System Update Session 35 Suraya Teeple Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Session 35
Suraya Teeple
Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Jacksonville Rapid Transit System Update
Topic Description
Suraya is delighted to present an update on one of the major transit projects in Florida, the Jacksonville Rapid Transit system.
Speaker Biography
Suraya has over 25 years of experience in transportation planning, project development and NEPA. She has worked for local,
regional and state governments, as well as private consultants. She was active in the development of the FDOT Efficient
Transportation Decision Making process and the Strategic Intermodal System.
Jacksonville’s
Rapid Transit System
Design Conference
August 2006
1
Formal Actions
Recommended 2025 RTS as Locally
Preferred Alternative (LPA)
North/Southeast Corridor
East/Southwest Corridor
Bus Rapid Transit Mode
FCMPO Approval of 2025 RTS as Locally
Preferred Alternative (LPA)
Proceed to Phase 1 Implementation
Submit Grant Requests
FTA
FDOT
2
1
Jacksonville Rapid Transit
Why Rapid Transit?
Congestion
Existing System Not Sustainable
Increased System Efficiency
2005
2025
3
Workshop Recap
Why Rapid Transit?
Congestion
Existing System Not Sustainable
Increased System Efficiency
Recommended 2025 and Build Systems
4
2
Recommended
Rapid Transit System
2025
Build-Out
Gateway
Regency
Blanding &
Wilson
N/SE Transitway
Kingsley
Avenue
Baymeadows
N/SE Transitway–Extension
E/SW Transitway
Avenues
E/SW Transitway–Extension
Express Bus Service
5
Workshop Recap
Why Rapid Transit?
Congestion
Existing System Not Sustainable
Increased System Efficiency
Recommended Build and 2025 Systems
How Is RTS Different?
RTS Components
6
3
RTS Components
Transitways
Separate Facilities
Median Lanes
Bus Lanes
Queue Jumpers
Signal Priority
Stations
7
Workshop Recap
Why Rapid Transit?
Congestion
Existing System Not Sustainable
Increased System Efficiency
Recommended Build and 2025 Systems
How Is RTS Different?
RTS Components
RTS Service Plan
8
4
Rapid Transit Service Plan
Downtown
Typical
Integrated
Neighborhood
Circulation
All Stops,
Local Trunk
Line
Typical Office
Park Circulation
9
Workshop Recap
Why Rapid Transit?
Congestion
Existing System Not Sustainable
Increased System Efficiency
Recommended Build and 2025 Systems
How Is RTS Different?
RTS Components
RTS Service Plan
Travel Time Savings
10
5
Travel Time Savings Estimates - 2025
19 minutes
11 minutes
10 minutes
68 minutes
58 minutes
31 minutes
CBD
73 minutes
44 minutes
21 minutes
71 minutes
Vehicles
44 minutes
Fixed Route Bus
25 minutes
Congested Highway
Rapid Transit
11
Workshop Recap
Why Rapid Transit?
Congestion
Existing System Not Sustainable
Increased System Efficiency
How Is RTS Different?
RTS Components
RTS Service Plan
Travel Time Savings
Phasing Plan
12
6
Phasing Plan:
What Will Be Completed By 2010
Route Re-Design (Completed by 2007)
Corridor Preliminary Engineering (4)
Purchase Right-of-Way ($100 Million)
Construct RTS Stations & Stops
Traffic Signal Improvements
Construct Queue Jumpers
Construct Bus Lanes
Downtown
Southwest Corridor
Purchase Rapid Transit Vehicles
Construct TOD’s
13
North Corridor
m
Le
Transit Signal
Priority
95
r
rne
Tu
Park-n-Ride
Lots and TOD
Ro
ad
Kin
gs
Ro
ad
Construct
Golfair
Station
95
14
7
East Corridor
MathewsArlington
Joint PD&E
Study
Transit
Signal
Priority
Queue
Jumper
Arlington Expressway
Regency
Station
Be
ac
h
15
Bo
ul
ev
95
ar
d
Southside Boulevard
oulevard
Atlantic B
Park-n-Ride
Lots and TOD
Southeast Corridor
Atlantic Boulevard
95
Beach
Boulev
ard
Transit Signal
Priority
Construct
Baymeadows
Station and
Access Ramps
Park-n-Ride Lots
and TOD
ps
ili
Ph
w
gh
Hi
ay
Butler Boulevard
95
Baymeadows Road
16
8
Southwest Corridor
Transit Signal
Priority
95
Construct Bus
Lanes
Queue Jumper
10
Wilson Blvd.
Timuquana
e
sev
Roo
95
vard
oule
lt B
Bl
an
di
ng
295
Bo
ul
ev
ar
d
Park-n-Ride
Lots with TOD
17
NAS
Jacksonville
Phase 1 – Downtown
Transit
Signal
Priority
(TBD)
M ain
Str e
et
S tre
et
Br oa
d
Con
ve
Cen ntion
ter
95
Jeff
erso
n St
reet
My
rtle
Ave
nue
8th Street
Construct
Bus Lanes
Stat
e St
reet
Unio
n St
reet
Fors
yth
Stre
et
The
Land
ing
Spo
rts C
omp
lex
ta
os
Ac
Bay
Stre
et
Stations
and
Enhanced
Stops
Temporary
Connection
ge
id
Br
Prudential Drive
Fulle
r Wa
r re n
Brid
ge
95
18
9
Workshop Recap
Why Rapid Transit?
Congestion
Existing System Not Sustainable
Increased System Efficiency
How Is RTS Different?
RTS Components
RTS Service Plan
Travel Time Savings
Phasing Plan
Transitway Typical Sections
19
Arterial Street with Bus Lanes
R/W
R/W
R/W varies
CL
median varies
(15’ min – 25’ max)
5’
s/w
12’
bus lane
36’
general use lanes
36’
general use lanes
12’
bus lane
5’
s/w
20
10
Transitway Adjacent to
Interstate
LA R/W
LA R/W
R/W varies (300’ min)
CL
36’
varies (40’ min)
10’
shldr.
36’
general use lanes
10’
shldr.
3’
shldr.
10’
Shldr.
36’
general use lanes
3’
shldr.
24’
transitway
10’
shldr.
21
Transitway Raised in Median
R/W
R/W
R/W varies
CL
median varies
3’
frontage road
6’
s/w
23’
22’
outer separation
general use
lanes
10’
shldr.
36’
12’
12’
bus lane bus lane
3’
6’
general use
lanes
22’
outer separation
36’
10’
shldr.
frontage road
23’
6’
s/w
22
11
Transitway at Grade in Median
R/W
R/W
R/W varies
CL
median varies
frontage road
6’
general use lanes
varies (20’ min.)
10’
shldr.
24’ min.
2’
4’
12’
12’
bus lane bus lane
2’
general use lanes
4’
24’ min.
frontage road
10’
shldr.
varies (20’ min.)
6’
23
Bus Lanes on One-way Steets
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W varies
10’
s/w
12’
bus lane
22’
R/W varies
9’
general use lanes parking
lane
10’
s/w
10’
s/w
9’
22’
parking general use lanes
lane
12’
bus lane
10’
s/w
24
12
Proposed Rapid Transit System
Phase 1 Projects (By Year 2010)
Le
m
Turn
Heck s
Forsyt
h St
JTC
Jacksonville
Transportation
Center
Dr
er
ch
Li berty
Av e
Bay St
Randolph
St
Dunn
State
S
Union t
St
A. Ph
illip
Jeffers
on St
Broad
St
JIA
d
er R
9A
Downtown Detail
Gateway
See inset for downtown
St
Butler Blvd
elt Blvd
Roos ev
Blanding
y
Hw
ips
Phil
Blvd
25
NAS
Jacksonville
Jose
Blvd
Timuquana Rd
n
Sa
Argyle Forest Blvd
Ga
te
Bowden Rd
Pkwy
103rd
17
FCCJ
South
Blvd
UNF
Recommended Rapid Transit Corridor
Bus on existing road with signal priority
at select intersections
Bus lanes adjacent to travel lanes with
signal priority
Queue Jumper at intersection
Proposed station
Park-n-Ride lot/potential TOD
Baymeadows Rd
95
95
Avenues
Orange
Park
San Pablo Rd
1
Wilson Blvd
Beach
Hodges
FCCJ
Kent
Blvd
University
andy
Atlantic Blvd
Blvd
295
Norm
Regency
Arlington Expwy
Sports
Complex
10
Blvd
Rd
Kernan Blvd
Kings
Edward
Waters
College
Kingsley Ave
Rapid Transit Schedule
Phase 1: 2006 to 2010
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Approval of Recommended Corridors
Preliminary Engineering
Route Re-Design
AA FTA acceptance of Alternative Analysis for each of two corridors
DEIS
Draft Environmental Impact Statement to identify RTS R/W
FEIS
Final Environmental Impact Statement to purchase RTS R/W
Segment Specific Environmental Studies
Design/Permits
Preliminary Design
Final Design
$100 million Right-of-Way Purchases
Phase 1
Phases 2-5
26
Construction
13
Jacksonville Rapid Transit
Design Needs Upcoming
RTS Phase 1 Downtown Project
Final Design – Summer 2007
Construction – Winter 2008
Segment 1
Environmental Impact Statement and
Conceptual Design – Summer 2007
Final Design - Spring 2009
27
JTA’s “One System”
Shuttles
Trolleys
Commuter
Rail
RTS
Interliners
Highways &
Engineering
Waterborne
Transportation
Skyway
ITS
Neighborhood
Circulators
28
14
JTA’s “One System”
ONE
SYSTEM
“Serving Many”
29
15
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