CSSC Transportation Update June 20 2013 APG Traffic

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CSSC Transportation Update June 20, 2013

CSSC Transportation Update June 20, 2013

APG Traffic Counts Harford Gate (MD-22) Tuesday (2/26/13) Wednesday (2/27/13) Thursday (2/28/13) 6: 00

APG Traffic Counts Harford Gate (MD-22) Tuesday (2/26/13) Wednesday (2/27/13) Thursday (2/28/13) 6: 00 – 7: 00 AM 1430 1333 1318 7: 00 – 8: 00 AM 2242 2224 2227 8: 00 – 9: 00 AM 1821 1742 1822 Maryland Gate (MD-715) Tuesday (2/26/13) Wednesday (2/27/13) Thursday (2/28/13) 6: 00 – 7: 00 AM 392 351 7: 00 – 8: 00 AM 1044 1048 1024 8: 00 – 9: 00 AM 1922 1892 1924

APG Traffic Counts • Inside the Numbers – Harford Gate (MD-22) • Average 5,

APG Traffic Counts • Inside the Numbers – Harford Gate (MD-22) • Average 5, 386 vehicles 6 – 9 AM – Maryland Gate (MD-715) • Average 3, 316 vehicles 6 – 9 AM – Totals for APG North • Average 8, 702 vehicles 6 – 9 AM

APG Priority Intersections

APG Priority Intersections

APG-BRAC Intersections • MD-715 / US Rt. 40 – Fully funded for all phases

APG-BRAC Intersections • MD-715 / US Rt. 40 – Fully funded for all phases – Under construction – Under budget and ahead of schedule – Little concerns with traffic detour (excellent communication) – Ramp to open June / July 2013 – Intersection open for traffic Summer 2013

APG-BRAC Intersections • US 40 / MD 7 / MD 159 – Two phase

APG-BRAC Intersections • US 40 / MD 7 / MD 159 – Two phase project • Phase 1 (underway) = Two left turn lanes on Rt. 7 • Phase 2 = Widening US 40 to allow two additional lanes in each direction / updating phase one to include two left turns, one shared through lane, and one channelized right – ROW $1. 06 million (funded) – Utilities $4 million (funded) – Cost $11 - $13 million

APG-BRAC Intersections • MD-22 / Old Post Road – Fully funded for all phases

APG-BRAC Intersections • MD-22 / Old Post Road – Fully funded for all phases – 100% design – Cost $7 - $10 million – Schedule • Construction spring / summer 2013 • Open to traffic spring 2015

APG-BRAC Intersections • MD-22 / Paradise Road – Fully funded for all phases –

APG-BRAC Intersections • MD-22 / Paradise Road – Fully funded for all phases – 99% design – ROW acquisition complete – Cost $9 - $12 million – Schedule • ROW demolition underway • Construction spring / summer 2015 • Open to traffic spring 2017

APG-BRAC Intersections • MD-22 / Beards Hill Road – Fully funded for all phases

APG-BRAC Intersections • MD-22 / Beards Hill Road – Fully funded for all phases – 75% design – Cost $9 - $12 million – Schedule • Complete design 2013 • Construction spring 2014 • Open to traffic spring 2016

Rt. 22 Intersections • All 3 intersections underway between summer 2013 and spring 2017

Rt. 22 Intersections • All 3 intersections underway between summer 2013 and spring 2017 • Road will remain open to traffic • RT 22 Gate averages 5, 386 vehicles per day

APG Gate Schedules During Furlough (July 8, 2013 – September 20, 2013) Aberdeen Area

APG Gate Schedules During Furlough (July 8, 2013 – September 20, 2013) Aberdeen Area Gate Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Federal Holiday RT 715 24 Hrs 24 Hrs RT 22 Closed 6 AM – 6 PM Closed Aberdeen Closed Closed Edgewood Area Gate Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Federal Holiday RT 24 24 Hrs 24 Hrs Wise Rd Closed 6 AM – 6 PM Closed Magnolia Closed Closed

New E-ZPass two-axle toll rates (effective July 1, 2013) • E-ZPass Maryland Hatem Memorial

New E-ZPass two-axle toll rates (effective July 1, 2013) • E-ZPass Maryland Hatem Memorial Bridge Plan: – $20. 00 for unlimited trips annually • E-ZPass Maryland Standard Plan Rates (10% discount off the cash rate): – $7. 20 (round trip) - Hatem Bridge and JFK Highway (I-95 Bridge)

APG-CSSC Transportation Center • Support APG TDM efforts • Increase awareness of existing transit

APG-CSSC Transportation Center • Support APG TDM efforts • Increase awareness of existing transit options • Serve as communications center for transit • Coordinate telework study • Promote alternatives to SOV travel • Collect data to support effort

Telework Study • Examine APG’s current telecommute policy and identify best practices among similar

Telework Study • Examine APG’s current telecommute policy and identify best practices among similar defense communities • Offer recommendations that APG could adopt in support of telework and TDM efforts • Awarded to Wells & Associates June 2013 – June 17, 2013: Study Kick-off with APG – November 2013: Final Recommendations delivered

APG-CSSC Transportation Center UPDATE • 3 MONTH MILESTONES: – Interacted with over 200 people

APG-CSSC Transportation Center UPDATE • 3 MONTH MILESTONES: – Interacted with over 200 people – Provided and implemented solution for installation shuttle termination – Added 4 new vanpools (24 Total) – 27 new participants in the Army Mass Transportation Benefit program (March. April) – Participated in 8 events, including setting up in the lobby of JPEO-CBD – Published an article in the APG News and ARL newsletter • UPCOMING PROJECTS: – APG Commuter Day, Ripkin Stadium, Ironbirds game, July 12 and August 23 – APG Vanpool Day, August 2013 – Location-specific commuter mixers – Continuation of news articles – Continue to grow participation