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2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports Authorityarising out of or relation to Reserved Rights of the Department. Monies collected fromcustomers of the Dulles Toll Road by means of cash collection and ETC accounts.TOLL ROAD — Collectively, (a) the Omer L. Hirst – Adelard L. Brault Expressway (formerlythe Dulles Toll Road), extending from Virginia Route 28 immediately east of DullesInternational to the vicinity of Interstate 495; (b) all related operating assets, tangible andintangible, which are used are used in the operation of the Toll Road; (c) any CapitalImprovements located thereon; and (d) any associated assets as identified in Exhibit C of theToll Road Permit and Operating Agreement which is entitled the “Operations andMaintenance Standards and Performance Requirements”.TOLL ROAD FINANCING DOCUMENTS — The Indentures and any other documentsrelating to the issuance of Toll Revenue Bonds issued in accordance with the terms of thePermitting and Operating Agreement, together with any and all amendments andsupplements thereto.TOLL ROAD OPERATIONS — The operation, management, maintenance, rehabilitation,and tolling of and all other actions relating to the Toll Road. Toll Operations typically consistof cash and electronic toll collection, customer service center services, violation processingand toll reconciliation.TOLL ROAD PURPOSES — Purpose is limited to developing, permitting, design financing,acquisition, construction, installation, equipping, maintenance, repair, preservation,modification, operation, management and administration of the Toll Road or any relatedCapital Improvements.TOTAL PASSENGERS — The total of all enplaning passengers and all deplaningpassengers. A connecting passenger is counted as both a deplaning passenger and anenplaning passenger.TRANSFERS — The Signatory Airlines’ share of net remaining revenue for each year.Transfers are applied as credits in the calculation of Signatory Airline rates for rentals, fees,and charges in the next year.TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (TSA) — As part of the AviationSecurity Act passed in November 2001, TSA handles passenger security screening at allU.S. Airports.U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (U.S. DOT) — The U.S. DOT was establishedby an act of Congress on October 15, 1966 and consists of multiple agencies, including theFAA, and is charged with the overall responsibility of ensuring a fast, safe, and efficienttransportation system.U.S. IMPLICIT PRICE DEFLATOR INDEX — Refers to the most recently issued year-to-yearU.S. Gross National Product (GNP) Implicit Price Deflator Index, issued by the United StatesDepartment of Commerce.306

2012 BUDGETMetropolitan Washington Airports AuthorityJ. P. MORGAN CHASE OFFICE BUILDING — Building purchased by the Airports Authorityin 2000 to accommodate the construction of the public parking garage at Dulles International.This building was formally referred to as the Vastera Office Building.VIOLATION ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM (VES) — The collective equipment and proceduresthat record the occurrence of a violation transaction and vehicle information, and generatethe violation notice or citation process.VIOLATION FEE COLLECTIONS — A fee collected from the motorist or registered owner ofthe vehicle resulting from a motorist’s failure to pay the proper toll for use of the Toll Road.VIOLATION PROCESSING — The composite set of procedures, equipment and operationsused to determine the occurrence of a toll violation resulting from a motorist’s failure to paythe proper toll for the vehicle classification, and notifying and collecting the sums due fromthe motorist or registered owner of the vehicle of the violation.VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (VDOT) — A department of theCommonwealth of Virginia.WASHINGTON FLYER MAGAZINE — The Airports Authority publishes bimonthly theWashington Flyer Magazine, which is distributed without charge at the Airports. The purposeof the magazine is to provide helpful information to the users of the Airports and to promoteand market the use of the Airports to the frequent traveler in and out of the WashingtonMetropolitan Area. The Washington Flyer Magazine has become one of the AirportsAuthority’s primary marketing, communications, and public relations tools, reaching morethan 180,000 readers each issue.WRAP-UP INSURANCE — Traditionally, contractors purchase insurance coverage which isincluded in their bids. The wrap-up insurance approach removes the obligation forpurchasing insurance from the individual contractors. The Airports Authority, using the wrapupinsurance approach, is purchasing the insurance for the CCP in one package.WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY (WMATA) — An authoritycreated in 1967 by an Interstate Compact to plan, develop, build, finance and operate abalanced regional transportation system in the National Capital area Construction of theMetrorail system began in 1969. Four area bus systems were acquired in 1973. The firstphase of Metrorail began operation in 1976. The final leg of the original 103-mile rail networkwas completed in early 2001. Today, there are 86 Metro stations in service within a 106.3mile network.WIEHLE AVENUE EXTENSION (Phase 1) — The Dulles Metrorail Corridor Project that willextend the MetroRail from the vicinity of West Falls Church Station on the Orange Line to atermini at the Dulles Toll Road / Wiehle Avenue intersection. This will be a temporaryterminus until Phase 2 extends the project to its ultimate limits.307

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