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									SFMTA Capital Plan

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Capital Overview
• MTA Capital Plan includes:
– Municipal Railway – Parking & Traffic

• $10.4B capital need
– – – – – Fleet ($1.7B) Infrastructure ($7.7B) Facilities ($0.5B) Equipment ($0.3B) Other Projects ($0.2B)
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• $5.4B capital revenues

Current Status
• Recent work completed:
– Third Street Phase 1 – Metro Subway Overhead Replacement Phase 1 – NextMuni

• Projects already underway:
– – – – Hybrid Vehicle Procurements West Portal Rail Replacement Audible Pedestrian Signals Traffic Calming

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Changes since FY 2007-2016 Plan
• State Infrastructure Bond Passed
– $19B bonds – MTA ~ $700M over 9 years

• Call for Capital Projects
– $350M in new project needs identified

• Greater Detail
– Replacement, Rehabilitation, Enhancement & Expansion categories

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Renewals
• Total Backlog = $758M • Annual Renewal Highlights:
- Radio Replacement - Safety & Security - Cable Car & Historic Rehab - Motor & Trolley Coach Replace - Wayside Fare Collection - Rail & Overhead Replacement - NextMuni Expansion - Signals, Signs & Striping - Parking Meters

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Enhancements
• Central Subway
– Cost estimate = $1.4 billion – Location: Fourth & King Caltrain Station to Chinatown, beneath Fourth and Stockton Streets. – Scope: 1.7 mile surface/subway extension of the Muni light rail system, with a new surface stop at Fourth & Brannan and 3 new subway stations at Moscone Center, Market Street/Union Square and Chinatown.

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Enhancements
• Muni Metro East
– Cost estimate = $50 million – Scope:
• Fully signalized yard • Paint/Body Shop • 5 Tracks/OCS • Car Hoists • Wheel Truing Machine • Shop Equipment

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Enhancements
• Bus Rapid Transit
– Van Ness ($64M): Van Ness Ave from Mission St to Lombard St. – Geary ($150-$200M): Geary Blvd from Van Ness Ave to 33rd Ave.

– Scope: Dedicated transit lane; transit signal priority; corner bulbs; landscaping, access and lighting improvements; and transit station platform amenities including ticket vending machines, real-time bus arrival information, and improved maps and signage.
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Enhancements
• Station Area Improvements
– Feasibility Study/EIS/EIR for: – Balboa Park ($625,000): Evaluate potential improvements and a reconfiguration of transit services, including a reconfigured and expanded BART station, a deck over I-280 between Geneva and Ocean Avenues with reconfigured on and off-ramps, a reconfigured terminal facility for MTA's J, K and M light rail lines, improved bus transfer facility, a number of pedestrian and bicycle improvements, and potential development of the Green Upper Yard. – Glen Park ($750,000 Feasibility Study/EIS/EIR): Collaborative effort between the MTA and City Planning to conduct an EIS/EIR for potential station area improvements, including a transportation feasibility analysis to ensure clearance of those items deemed feasible to implement.

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Enhancements
• Audible Pedestrian Signals
– 80 locations = $2M
• 19 installed • 30 by 6/30/07 • 31 by 2009

– Goal is to increase to 200 locations
• Additional 120 signals currently unfunded • Seek $3M for remaining signals

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Unfunded
• • • • Fleet Midlife Overhauls Shop Equipment Replacement SFgo Signs, Signals & Striping

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Emerging Needs
• • • • Transit Effectiveness Project Traffic Calming Bicycle Plan Pedestrian Master Plan

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Questions?

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