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Shared-Use Nonmotorized (SUN) Trail Program

Florida Department of

TRANSPORTATION

Olen Pettis, D3 SUN Trail Coordinator

Florida Department of Transportation

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Shared-Use Nonmotorized (SUN) Trail Program

Florida Department of Transportation

Created under 339.81, F.S.

To develop a statewide system of paved non-motorized trails as a component of the Florida Greenways and Trails System (FGTS)

$25 million annually funded from new vehicle tag revenues

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Overall Timeline

Florida Department of Transportation

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July

2015

– Early February 2016

Development of the SUN Trail Program and Process Based Upon Targeted Outreach

Late February – March 2016

Public Input (Open Houses and Webinar)

April 2016

SUN Trail Program Finalized

May 6

– June

20,

2016

Solicitation Period

– SUN Trail Projects proposed for Funding

September

2016

Submittal

of

Work Program Amendment

for Fiscal Years 2016/2017

October 2016

Adopted Work Program

– SUN Trail Funded Projects –

Fiscal Years 2016/2017

March 21, 2017

Submittal of the Tentative

Work Program through Fiscal Years 2020/2021

July 1, 2017

Adopted

Work Program

SUN Trail Funded Projects through Fiscal Years 2020/2021

Underway

Development of the Preliminary Tentative Five-Year Work Program through Fiscal Years 2022/2

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October 5 – December

15, 2017

Five Year Work Program Development Cycle – through Fiscal Years 2023/2024

New Project Solicitation Period

Staff available to discuss projects

“Request for Funding” Regional Trail System and Individual Trail projects are due to the District no later than 5:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time, December 15, 2017

The “Request for Funding” must include all applicable project information, including required signatures, prioritization and all accompanying materials

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Programmatic Framework: SUN Trail Statewide Network

Florida Department of Transportation

Florida Greenways and Trails System Plan’s Priority Land Trail Network is the starting point for determining eligibility through the SUN Trail program

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Florida Department of Transportation

Top Regional Trail System

Coast-to-Coast Trail Connector

(selected December 2015 meeting)

Solicitation Period/Project Proposal

Request for Funding

SUN Trail Eligible

(Priority Land Trails Network)

Individual Trail Category

Solicitation Period/Project Proposal

Request for Funding

Systems

identified

by the

Florida

Greenways

and

Trails

Council

(FDEP)

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Second Regional Trail System

St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop

(selected March 2016 meeting)

Solicitation Period/Project Proposal

Request for Funding

Selected by

FDOT

Funding Structure

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Key Dates

Florida Department of Transportation

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SUN TRAIL PROGRAM SCHEDULE

October 2016

Adopted Work Program – SUN Trail Funded Projects – Fiscal Years 2016/2017

July 1, 2017

Adopted Work Program – SUN Trail Funded Projects through Fiscal Years 2020/2021

Underway

Development of the Preliminary Tentative Five-Year Work Program through Fiscal Years 2022/2023

Public Hearings –

currently underway

Compliance and Executive Review

Florida Transportation Commission (FTC) Review and Public

Hearings

– then returned to FDOT for

Compliance and Executive Review

Submitted to the Florida Legislature, Executive Office of the Governor (EOC), FTC, Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO)

– then returned to FDOT for

Compliance and Executive Review

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ubmitted to Florida Legislature, EOC, FTC, DEO

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wo weeks after beginning of Session

October 5 – December 15, 2017

Five-Year Work Program Development Cycle through Fiscal Years 2023/2024

Staff available to discuss projects

“Request for Funding” Regional Trail System and Individual Trail projects are due to the District no later than 5 p.m., Eastern Standard Time, December 15, 2017

The “Request for Funding” must include all applicable project information, including required signatures, prioritization and all accompanying materials

July 1, 2018

Adoption of Work Program – SUN Trail Funded Projects through Fiscal Years 2022/2023

July 1, 2019

Adoption of Work Program – SUN Trail Funded Projects through Fiscal Years 2023/2024

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Florida Department of Transportation

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The Request for Funding

tools are online from the

FloridaSunTrail.com

website select

“Program Guidance”

New Request for Funding

formerly the Project Application

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Eligible Project Phases

Florida Department of Transportation

Project Development and Environment Study (PD&E)

Preliminary Engineering/Design (PE)

Acquisition of Right-of-Way (ROW)

if necessary

Feasibility Study (FS)

if necessary

Construction (CON)

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Required Eligibility Criteria

Florida Department of Transportation

Prioritized by the applicable jurisdiction(s)

If the project is within a boundary of the Metropolitan Planning Organization/Transportation Planning Organization (MPO), it

must be a MPO priority

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For areas outside of MPO boundaries, the project

must be a priority of the county

(inclusive of their municipalities), tribal government, federal or state agency.

Location within the SUN Trail network, to be developed as a paved trail

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A non-FDOT governmental entity is formally committed to the operation and maintenance of the project (long-term trail manager)

Consistent with the applicable comprehensive plan(s), transportation plan(s), or long-term management plan(s)

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Evaluation, Prioritization and Selection of Projects

Florida Department of Transportation

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Preliminary Tentative Work Program Development

Florida Department of Transportation

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http://www.fdot.gov/workprogram/aboutOWP.shtm

Development of the

Preliminary Tentative Work Program

is underway for Projects through

Fiscal Year 2022/2023

From the solicitation that closed June 20, 2016

Identification of additional funding (subject to approval)

for Projects in

Rural Areas of Opportunity (RAO)

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Work Program (Fiscal Years 2017/18 through 2020/21)

Florida Department of Transportation

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FDOT Contacts

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District 1

David Agacinski

david.Agacinski@dot.state.fl.us

(239) 225-1959

District 2

Primary: Barney Bennette

barney.bennette@dot.state.fl.us

(386) 961-7878

Alternate: Debrah Miller

debrah.miller@dot.state.fl.us

(386) 961-7793

District 3

Olen Pettis

olen.pettis@dot.state.fl.us

(850) 330-1543

District 4

Lisa Maack

lisa.maack@dot.state.fl.us

(954) 717-2253

District 5

Heather Garcia

heather.garcia@dot.state.fl.us

(386) 943-5077

District 6

Elizabeth Stacey

elizabeth.stacey@dot.state.fl.us

(305) 470-5308

District 7

Chris Speese

chris.speese@dot.state.fl.us

(813) 975-6405

Florida Turnpike Enterprise

Daniel Kastelic

daniel.kastelic@dot.state.fl.us

(407) 264-3478

FDOT District Map

Florida Department of Transportation www.FloridaSunTrail.com

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Florida Department of

TRANSPORTATION

SUN Trail Contacts:

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Olen Pettis

D3 SUN Trail Coordinator

850-330-1543

Olen.Pettis@dot.state.fl.us

Questions or Comments?

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