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On!ine. Solution. February 27, 2015. John Farley, GISP, CPM. GIS Manager. Project Prioritization with GIS. Introduction. NCDOT Background. Strategic Transportation . Investments (STI) . Bill. NCDOT Planning and Prioritization . ID: 508303 Download Presentation

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NCDOT SPOT On!ine Solution

February 27, 2015

John Farley, GISP, CPM

GIS Manager

Project Prioritization with GIS

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Introduction

NCDOT BackgroundStrategic Transportation Investments (STI) BillNCDOT Planning and Prioritization Process P1.0, P2.0, and P3.0…and beyond…SPOT On!ine Solution OverviewNext Steps

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Some Background Information about NCDOT

NCDOT is responsible for 6 modes of transportation:

Aviation (74 publicly-owned airports)

Bicycle and Pedestrian

Ferries – 2nd largest system in US (behind Washington)

Highways – Maintains 80,000 miles of highways (2nd only to Texas)

Public Transportation

Rail

We have an Annual Budget of approx. $4.1 B (federal dollars account for 25% of total budget)

And our Key Partners include:

19 Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs)

19 Rural Planning Organizations (RPOs)

14 Field Offices (Divisions)

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Strategic Transportation Investments (STI)

The NCDOT is responsible for implementing and managing a systematic, data driven prioritization process for all modes of transportation that drives NCDOT’s 10 Year Work Program.

This Prioritization process was initiated by Executive Order in 2009 and became law in 2012.

This represented a major departure from the past way of doing business

The new process is collaborative, requiring input from both internal and external partners

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ncreases the use of technology to display project information

Solicits input on needs and rankings

The Prioritization process occurs every 2

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Strategic Transportation Investments (STI) History

The first Prioritization process (“P1.0”), completed in February 2010P2.0, completed in January 2012, continued to mature the process through the development and implementation of a persistent database to store and source project information in SAP. Enter P3.0 (2014)Improved on current automated processes for efficiency and ease of accessImplemented a map based approach for the submittal, analysis, and publication of the State’s transportation priorities

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Enter P3.0 and SPOT On!ine

Reduced manual processes for scoring, ranking, and cost estimates.Improved visibility of project data to partners and taxpayers.Improved ease of use of creating, modifying, scoring, ranking, and viewing projects for SPOT and partners.Enhanced automation and flexibility for creating and modifying scoring criteria without requiring IT assistance.Provided a map-based, spatial view of project data.Provided a “framework” and foundation to facilitate future access of project data by DOT field personnel via mobile technology.

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SPOT On!ine

SPOT On!ine is the software implementation of the NCDOT STIMap the projects and perform geo-processingView projects with geospatial informationScore projects based on quantitative data determined by the legislation. Scored projects are then submitted to Transportation Improvement Program for funding determination.

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SPOT On!ine Ux

Web-based (HTML5/JavaScript ... Support for IE and Firefox)Wizard / map-centric approach.First step in a multi-step process

Authentication

7 Steps

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Concept of Operation

SPOT On!ine

NCDOT

Scoring

NCDOT

Costing

SQL Server

Geoprocessing

Project Entry

Project Export (offline analysis)

Project Prioritization

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GIS

Geoprocessing

Approximately 15 GP calls

Scoring

Percent of Trucks, Truck Volume, Percent of Autos, Auto Volume, Average Commute Time,

many more …

Costing

Parcel Id

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County Number

,

Area Classification

,

Acreage Needed

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Appraised Value

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Percent Area Within Buffer, many more …

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Mapping Step

Workflow

Submit to NCDOT

Edit Project

Delete Project

Export

Save Project

Draft

Submitted

Cost & Score

Create a Project

Prioritize

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User Interface

Grid

Map

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User Roles

CreateEditSubmitDeleteExport

Create projects anywhereUnsubmitOverrideCreate/Edit/Delete Users

Create projects anywhereTheir mode only EditDeleteExport

Create

Edit

Submit

Delete

Export

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Area of Interest

Partners

are automatically associated to their geographical region

SPOT

and Mode users can “impersonate” partners

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Prioritization Improvement

Much of the process continues to be manual and cumbersome, with the following business problems: Amount of manual effort required during a short timeframe was significant resulting in a limited number of projects that could be accessed. Lack of ability for Partners to evaluate projects before submittal. Prioritized project data was not visible to the Public in an understandable format. Timely data availability. Field personnel did not have the latest data and project information.

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Next Steps…

P1 Project

P4 Project

P3 Project

P2 Project

Px Project

Prioritization

O&M

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Questions?

Who won the last Cactus Bowl?

Contact

John

Farley, GISP, CPM

GIS Manager at NCDOT

jcfarley@ncdot.gov

919.707.2151

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