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budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

budget for aviation and dulles corridor enterprise funds

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2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityDULLES AIRPORT ACCESS HIGHWAY (ACCESS HIGHWAY) (DAAH) — A 17-mile, fourlanedivided highway reserved for use by Airport traffic, connecting Dulles with InterstateRoute 66. The Commonwealth of Virginia has constructed a multi-lane, divided toll road fornon-airport users flanking both sides of the Access Highway.DULLES CORRIDOR — The transportation corridor with an eastern terminus of the EastFalls Church Metrorail station at Interstate Route 66 and a western terminus of Virginia Route772 in Loudoun County, including without limitation, the Dulles Toll Road, the AccessHighway, outer roadways adjacent or parallel thereto, mass transit, including rail, bus rapidtransit and capacity enhancing treatments such as High-Occupancy Vehicle lanes, High-Occupancy Toll Lanes, interchange improvements, commuter parking lots and othertransportation management strategies.DULLES CORRIDOR — EMERGENCY OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE RESERVEACCOUNT – Amounts in the Emergency Operation and Maintenance Reserve Account in theOperation and Maintenance Fund may be used by the Airports Authority to pay the costs ofemergency repairs and replacements to the Dulles Toll Road. The amount deposited in theEmergency Operation and Maintenance Reserve Account shall equal not more than $1million. If on any April 1 and any October 1, the amounts on deposit in the EmergencyOperation and Maintenance Reserve Account are in excess of $1 million, the AirportsAuthority will transfer an amount equal to such excess to the Revenue Fund for Dulles TollRoad operations.DULLES CORRIDOR ENTERPRISE RESERVE AND TOLL RATE STABILIZATION FUND– Amounts in the Dulles Corridor Enterprise Reserve and Toll Rate Stabilization Fund shallbe used by the Airports Authority to fund costs relating to the Dulles Metrorail Project andother Capital Improvements in the Dulles Corridor, provide funds to make up any deficienciesin the Operation and Maintenance Fund, the Extraordinary Maintenance and Repair ReserveFund, any Bond Fund or any Debt Service Reserve Fund, and redeem any OutstandingBonds. Amounts in the Dulles Corridor Enterprise Reserve and Toll Rate Stabilization Fundshall be pledged to Bondholders for Dulles Toll Road Revenue Bonds.DULLES CORRIDOR — EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR RESERVE –The moneys in this reserve, including all interest earnings thereon, shall be deposited with athird party trustee and shall be supplemented by the Airports Authority on an annual basis asnecessary, taking into account accumulated earnings thereon, such that the total amount inthis reserve is increased in accordance with the U.S. Implicit Price Deflator Index. Allmoneys in this reserve shall be invested in Eligible Investments. All moneys in this reserveshall be treated as an operating and maintenance expense of the Toll Road.DULLES CORRIDOR METRORAIL PROJECT – Phases 1 and 2 of the rail facility as definedand per the conditions decision in the March 2, 2005 Record of Decision of the FederalTransit Administration, as amended on November 17, 2006, and the July 12 ImpactStatement for the project, as they may be further amended or supplemented from time totime, including all related systems, stations, parking and maintenance facilities.294

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityDULLES CORRIDOR METRORAIL PURPOSES – Purposes limited to the developing,permitting, design financing, construction, installation and equipping of the Dulles CorridorMetrorail Project.DULLES CORRIDOR — OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE RESERVE ACCOUNT –Amounts in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Account in the Operation andMaintenance Fund shall be used by the Airports Authority to pay Operation and MaintenanceExpenses for the Dulles Toll Road in the event that amounts on deposit in the Operation andMaintenance Account are insufficient to pay all Operation and Maintenance Expenses whendue. The amount deposited in the Operation and Maintenance Reserve Account shall equalone-sixth (1/6 th ) of the Operation and Maintenance Expenses for the Dulles CorridorEnterprise Fund set forth in the Airports Authority’s current Fiscal Year budget.DULLES GREENWAY — The Dulles Greenway is a 14-mile, four-lane, privately-operated tollroad that extends the state-operated Dulles Toll Road to Leesburg, Virginia. The AirportsAuthority granted easement to developers to build a 2½-mile segment of the DullesGreenway on Dulles property.DYNAMIC MESSAGE SIGN (DMS) — Changeable message boards located on or adjacentto a roadway that displays text information that may affect traffic conditions and travel times.Also known as a Variable Message Sign (VMS). This signage usually displays informationregarding travel times, roadway conditions and toll pricing if relevant.EARLY PROGRAM — Those projects of the CCP funded from the proceeds of subordinatedbonds issued prior to January 1, 1990.EFFECTIVE BUYING INCOME - Referred to as EBI. Disposable income after taxes andmandatory non-tax payments.ELECTRONIC TOLL COLLECTION (ETC) TOLL REVENUE — Monies generated from acustomer payment of tolls using a toll transponder.ELECTRONIC TOLL AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT (ETTM) — The AVIequipment, video monitoring equipment, toll violator systems, manual, automatic andelectronic toll collection equipment; the transportation management system equipment;communications equipment; and all other computer hardware necessary to meet theperformance specification for electronic toll and traffic management.ELIGIBLE TRANSIT OPERATING COSTS — Nonoperating expenses designated to pay foroperating costs of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project.ELIGIBLE TRANSIT OPERATING COSTS RESERVE — A reserve comprised of at least anannual deposit from Toll Road Revenues and other revenue sources to be used for eligiblecosts and expenses for transit operations within the Dulles Corridor.295

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