Virginia Statewide Transit and TDM Plan
To provide critical input to the Virginia Transportation Plan (VTrans2035), the Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) updated the Commonwealth’s Statewide Transit and Transportation Demand Management Plan (Transit/TDM Plan). Key assumptions from the previous plan were updated, including the asset inventory used as input to state-of-good-repair estimates, and investment recommendations along with associated capital and operating costs. The Transit/TDM Plan included a funding analysis with updated revenue projections extended to year 2040. A transit and TDM resource allocation plan was being developed concurrently to tie transit and TDM recommendations to six-year improvement programs and beyond to year 2040.
CTG played a strong role in the development of a new Statewide Transit and TDM Plan. Our role included extensive data collection of all transit and TDM related plans and activities, projections of population to year 2040, development of methodologies to determine transit service gaps, identification of capital improvements needed to bring the state transit infrastructure under state of good repair, development of transit service needs related to capacity enhancements and identification of major transit capital investments projects. Additionally, CTG developed capital and annual operating cost estimates for all improvement projects, performed a revenue analysis, built a fiscally-constrained cash flow model, performed analysis related to a fiscally unconstrained plan, identified project priorities and developed a financial resource allocation plan.
Throughout the study effort, CTG led stakeholder presentations related to development of transit service and capital improvement projects.
Categories: Long-Range Systems Plans