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budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityPhase 2Progress on the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project continues with construction underway along the 11.6 mile alignment of Phase 1 of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project fromthe East Falls Church Metro Station through Tysons Corner to Wiehle Avenue on the easternedge of Reston. All five of the Phase 1 stations are under construction; four in TysonsCorner and the Wiehle Avenue Station. Phase 1 of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project isexpected to be substantially completed in 2013 for the Washington Metropolitan Area TransitAuthority (WMATA) to begin acceptance testing.Preliminary engineering continues on Phase 2 which includes six stations from WiehleAvenue to Dulles International and continuing to Ashburn. When that work is done, theAirports Authority will solicit design/build proposals for Phase 2. The MetropolitanWashington Airports Authority Board of Directors has approved a resolution ratifying aMemorandum of Agreement that will ensure the continuation of the Dulles Rail extension toLoudoun County. The Memorandum of Agreement is a multi-party agreement that outlinesfederal, Commonwealth of Virginia, and Loudoun and Fairfax Counties’ fiscal responsibilities.The current budget recommendation for Phase 2 of the Metrorail Project, includingcontingency, is $3.2 billion. Approximately $400 million is included for project elements thatmay be developed by Loudoun and Fairfax Counties. Future budget adjustment may benecessary to further align the budget to reflect the impact of actual final bids as well as a finaldetermination of project elements to be developed by Loudoun and Fairfax Counties. Thepreviously approved budget authorization for Phase 2 of the Metrorail Project was $3.831billion.The Dulles Toll Road and Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project is fully integrated into theAirports Authority’s operations and our stakeholders include not only airport customers, butalso customers of the Dulles Toll Road and our Metrorail funding partners.Other Dulles Corridor Capital ImprovementsThe new program authorization for capital improvements related to the Dulles Corridor otherthan rail is $4.9 million.Bonds/Grants/Funding Source $4,875,000204

DULLES CORRIDOR ENTERPRISE - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM2012 BUDGET METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITYPROJECT DETAILDESCRIPTION ORIGINAL BUDGETREVISED BUDGET CARRYOVER 2012 NEW PROGRAM2011 - 2017 TOTALEXPENDITURES2011 2012 2013 2014-2017RAILRAIL PHASE IGuideway and Track Elements $ 552,979,500 $ 666,500,000 $ 396,354,000 $ - $ 396,354,000 $ 224,405,000 $ 151,190,000 $ 20,759,000 $-Stations, Stops, Terminals, and Intermodals 277,643,500 317,024,000 254,007,000 - 254,007,000 85,468,000 116,558,000 51,981,000 -Support Facilities: Yards, Shops, Admin Building 53,040,996 51,790,000 47,886,000 - 47,886,000 11,263,000 18,769,000 17,854,000 -Sitework and Special Conditions 275,614,000 232,961,000 116,406,000 - 116,406,000 58,853,000 39,201,000 18,352,000 -Systems 255,603,000 278,158,000 255,068,000 - 255,068,000 53,206,000 147,752,000 54,110,000 -Right-of-Way (ROW), Land and Existing Improvements 82,148,000 45,953,000 15,417,000 - 15,417,000 9,452,000 5,505,000 460,000 -Vehicles (Rail Cars and Support Vehicles) 163,725,000 211,630,000 190,100,000 - 190,100,000 24,135,000 42,833,000 47,798,000 75,334,000Professional Services 606,215,001 698,471,000 285,629,000 - 285,629,000 130,747,000 98,511,000 50,509,000 5,862,000Unallocated Contingency 80,000,000 130,000,000 32,578,000 - 32,578,000 11,218,000 11,000,000 10,360,000 -Finance Charges 24,000,000 - - - - - - - -Escalation 276,517,000 - - - - - - - -Subtotal Project Cost - Phase 1 $ 2,647,485,997 $ 2,632,487,000 $ 1,593,445,000 $ - $ 1,593,445,000 $ 608,747,000 $ 631,319,000 $ 272,183,000 $ 81,196,000Concurrent Roadway Improvements (Route 7, Spring Hill Road and Emergency Crossover Enhancements) $ - $ 123,208,000 $ 56,891,000 $ - $ 56,891,000 $ 23,169,000 $ 28,122,000 $ 5,600,000 $-Subtotal Project Cost including Concurrent Roadway Improvements - Phase 1 $ 2,647,485,997 $ 2,755,695,000 $ 1,650,336,000 $ - $ 1,650,336,000 $ 631,916,000 $ 659,441,000 $ 277,783,000 $ 81,196,000Finance Charges $ - $ 509,985,000 $ 480,185,000 $ - $ 480,185,000 $ 47,678,000 $ 86,154,000 $ 90,314,000 $ 256,039,000Other Cost Associated with VDRPT, Comprehensive Agreement and Acquisition Cost 50,000,000 50,000,000 50,000,000 - 50,000,000 - 16,667,000 16,667,000 16,666,0005106 Transportation Management Plan (Rail Construction) - 12,500,000 9,000,000 - 9,000,000 3,250,000 3,250,000 - 2,500,0005103 WMATA Latent Defects Reserve 15,000,000 15,000,000 15,000,000 - 15,000,000 - - - 15,000,000Total - Phase 1 $ 2,712,485,997 $ 3,343,180,000 $ 2,204,521,000 $ - $ 2,204,521,000 $ 682,844,000 $ 765,512,000 $ 384,764,000 $ 371,401,000RAIL PHASE 25105 Guideway and Track Elements $ 1,126,304,000 $ 596,393,000 $ 596,393,000 $ - $ 596,393,000 $ - $ - $ 100,000,000 $ 496,393,0005105 Stations, Stops, Terminals, and Intermodals 725,194,000 629,700,000 629,700,000 - 629,700,000 - - - 629,700,0005105 Support Facilities: Yards, Shops, Admin Building 261,690,000 332,030,000 332,030,000 - 332,030,000 - - - 332,030,0005105 Sitework and Special Conditions 220,702,000 257,469,000 257,469,000 - 257,469,000 - 4,000,000 89,798,000 163,671,0005105 Systems 271,784,000 313,691,000 313,691,000 - 313,691,000 - - - 313,691,0005105 Right-of-Way (ROW), Land and Existing Improvements 37,435,000 39,352,000 39,352,000 - 39,352,000 - 4,000,000 26,000,000 9,352,0005105 Vehicles (Rail Cars and Support Vehicles) 228,955,000 228,444,000 213,551,000 - 213,551,000 8,000,000 - - 205,551,0005105 Professional Services 780,484,000 640,804,000 596,975,000 - 596,975,000 35,199,000 39,988,000 271,282,000 250,506,0005105 Unallocated Contingency 178,168,000 139,202,000 139,202,000 - 139,202,000 - - - 139,202,0005105 Finance Charges - - - - - - - - -5105 Escalation - 11,866,000 11,866,000 - 11,866,000 - - - 11,866,0005105 Airport Operations Impacts - 11,200,000 11,200,000 - 11,200,000 - - - 11,200,000Total - Phase 2 $ 3,830,716,000 $ 3,200,151,000 $ 3,141,429,000 $ - $ 3,141,429,000 $ 43,199,000 $ 47,988,000 $ 487,080,000 $ 2,563,162,000TOTAL RAIL PROJECT COST $ 6,543,201,997 $ 6,543,331,000 $ 5,345,950,000 $ - $ 5,345,950,000 $ 726,043,000 $ 813,500,000 $ 871,844,000 $ 2,934,563,000RAIL - USES AND SOURCES OF CAPITAL FUNDS - TOTAL PROJECTRAIL PHASE 1Airports Authority Dulles Toll Road (DTR) Funding (Cash and Bonds) $ 1,791,480,000Airports Authority Aviation Fund -Federal Transit Administration 900,000,000Commonwealth of Virginia 251,700,000Fairfax County 400,000,000Loudoun County -Subtotal Sources of Funds - Phase 1 $ 3,343,180,000205

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