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Pedestrian Bicycle Single-occupancy vehicle High-occupancy vehicle Connected Vehicle Technology Bus transit Bus rapid transit Commuter rail High-speed rail Freight rail Freight truck Light rail What is the 2035 VSTP Update? The Virginia Surface Transportation Plan (VSTP) is a long range transportation plan that identifies key issues and needs Virginia residents and businesses will need to address over the next 25 years. The plan provides recommendations for a safe, reliable, sustainable and efficient multimodal transportation system. The 2035 VSTP Update is based on the 2035 VSTP that was developed in 2010. The Update evaluates the needs and recommendations of the previous plan in light of changing federal and state policies. What are today’s key issues? Virginia is changing in many ways. Urban areas are growing, the population is aging, roads are becoming more congested, and trade is becoming more competitive. Virginia’s transportation systems must adapt to meet changing needs by reducing congestion, protecting the environment, and preserving quality of life. Government agencies struggle to maintain programs and services while cutting budgets. Virginia’s transportation systems need expansions and repairs to meet current and future needs, but funding is stagnant. Federal and state agencies are increasingly using performance metrics to identify key investments and maximize taxpayer dollars. What are the key recommendations? This side of the map shows key recommendations for the highway, rail and transit systems. The back side shows recommendations for cross-modal improvements, including Transportation Demand Management, technology-based initiatives called ITS, Park & Ride facilities, and Public-Private Partnership projects that leverage private funds for transportation improvements. Transit & TDM Element Highway Element Cross-Modal Element Rail Element Department of Rail & Public Transportation Virginia Department of Transportation RESPONSIBILITY 2035 VIRGINIA SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PLAN UPDATE VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING EFFORTS VSTP ELEMENTS STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION PLANS Transportation Plans and Studies at the Local, Regional, MPO and State Level Virginia Department of Rail & Public Transportation February 2013 Safety and Security Provide a safe and secure transportation system. System Maintenance and Preservation Preserve and maintain the condition of the existing transportation system. Mobility, Connectivity, and Accessibility Facilitate the easy movement of people and goods, improve interconnectivity of regions and activity centers, and provide access to different modes of transportation. $ VTrans2035 Goals 2035 Virginia Surface Transportation Plan Update VSTP Recommendations by Mode* How were the needs and recommendations identified? VDOT analyzed the congestion, safety and reliability of the road network using quantitative measures of capacity, speed, crashes, and travel time to identify areas of greatest need. Key recommendations were identified and ranked based on advancing VTrans goals. DRPT developed three scenarios to understand the funds that would be necessary to meet the backlog of transit vehicle replacement needs and what transit service improvements, expansions and new systems could be provided. DRPT also identified rail needs based on system analysis and by collaborating with freight rail operators and passenger rail providers. Both agencies incorporated public comments from a series of public meetings in August and October 2012, and also using virtual comment periods in order to provide multiple venues to collect feedback. Where do our transportation funds come from? Virginia’s main source of funding at the state level comes from the Commonwealth Transportation Fund (CTF). The main revenue sources for the CTF include taxes and fees on gasoline, vehicle sales, vehicle registration, licenses, and recordation among others. Monies from the CTF are allocated in the Six-Year Improvement Program, which funds highway, road, bridge, rail, transit, bicycle, pedestrian and other transportation improvements throughout the state. VTrans2035 While the VSTP is Virginia’s recommendations-based transportation plan, VTrans is the overarching policy plan that establishes the vision, goals, and investment priorities for the future of transportation. The VSTP follows the policy direction of VTrans by ensuring that the VSTP’s key recommendations work towards achieving the VTrans goals. The Governor’s Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment recently published the VTrans2035 Update, which introduces a framework for performance-based planning. 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Although the SMS is comprised of just 8 percent of Virginia’s 57,729 highway miles, it accounts for 66% of all vehicle miles traveled on the Commonwealth’s highway system. 3 Rail recommendations include improvements for Class I railroads (CSX and Norfolk Southern), shortline railroads, Amtrak intercity passenger rail, and Virginia Railway Express commuter rail. 4 This map shows the US bicycle routes and major pedestrian and bicycle trails. For more information on local pedestrian and bicycle facilities, please see the 2012 Virginia Bike Map at www.virginiadot.org/bikemap/. New Transit Service 1 Rural/Suburban Transit Service Rural Village/Small Urban Transit Service Medium Urban Transit Service Areas with Major Capital Investments Other Major Bicycle & Pedestrian Trails US Bicycle Routes Bicycle/Pedestrian 4 Virginia Capital to Capital Trail VDOT influences bicycle and pedestrian transportation planning primarily through policy, funding, and technical assistance. 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What are today’s key issues?Virginia is changing in many ways. Urban areas are growing, the population is aging, roads are becoming more congested, and trade is becoming more competitive. Virginia’s transportation systems must adapt to meet changing needs by reducing congestion, protecting the environment, and preserving quality of life. Government agencies struggle to maintain programs and services while cutting budgets. Virginia’s transportation systems need expansions and repairs to meet current and future needs, but funding is stagnant. Federal and state agencies are increasingly using performance metrics to identify key investments and maximize taxpayer dollars.

What are the key recommendations?This side of the map shows key recommendations for the highway, rail and transit systems. The back side shows recommendations for cross-modal improvements, including Transportation Demand Management, technology-based initiatives called ITS, Park & Ride facilities, and Public-Private Partnership projects that leverage private funds for transportation improvements.

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Provide a safe and secure transportation system.

System Maintenance and Preservation

Preserve and maintain the condition of the existing transportation system.

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How were the needs and recommendations identified?VDOT analyzed the congestion, safety and reliability of the road network using quantitative measures of capacity, speed, crashes, and travel time to identify areas of greatest need. Key recommendations were identified and ranked based on advancing VTrans goals. DRPT developed three scenarios to understand the funds that would be necessary to meet the backlog of transit vehicle replacement needs and what transit service improvements, expansions and new systems could be provided. DRPT also identified rail needs based on system analysis and by collaborating with freight rail operators and passenger rail providers. Both agencies incorporated public comments from a series of public meetings in August and October 2012, and also using virtual comment periods in order to provide multiple venues to collect feedback. Where do our transportation funds come from?

Virginia’s main source of funding at the state level comes from the Commonwealth Transportation Fund (CTF). The main revenue sources for the CTF include taxes and fees on gasoline, vehicle sales, vehicle registration, licenses, and recordation among others. Monies from the CTF are allocated in the Six-Year Improvement Program, which funds highway, road, bridge, rail, transit, bicycle, pedestrian and other transportation improvements throughout the state.

VTrans2035While the VSTP is Virginia’s recommendations-based transportation plan, VTrans is the overarching policy plan that establishes the vision, goals, and investment priorities for the future of transportation. The VSTP follows the policy direction of VTrans by ensuring that the VSTP’s key recommendations work towards achieving the VTrans goals. The Governor’s Office of Intermodal Planning and Investment recently published the VTrans2035 Update, which introduces a framework for performance-based planning. The next iteration of VTrans and the VSTP will further integrate this framework into the project selection process.

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