METRO PANAMA - MetroPlan Orlando

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METRO PANAMA - MetroPlan Orlando
 PRESENTATION TO
ORANGE COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
JUNE 26, 2012
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Fall 2010 presentation
Our Winning Team
Team Members support this Work Session
Representatives from:
•ACS – Project Developer
•Talgo – Vehicle Assembler
•Florida Mall (Simon Property Group)
•LYNX
•VHB – Ridership Study
•Hensel-Phelps – Contractor
•Terracon- Geotechnical Advisor
•Gray Robinson – General Counsel
•Sarah Brady Public Relations
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Our Winning Team
American Maglev Technology, Inc.
•Founded in 1994
•$50 million in private equity raised to date.
•Test facility in Powder Springs, GA
• completed a rigorous 3-year testing
program
• full-scale, fully loaded vehicle
• testing is complete
•AMT technology - ready for market!
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Our Winning Team
Grupo ACS
•Grupo ACS based in Madrid, with offices in over 50
countries - aka Grupo Dragados, Grupo Cobra
•2011 - $28.5 billion in revenues
•Built
•Delhi Metro
•High-speed-rail lines in Spain
•Operates
•Madrid Metro
•Financed
•First private high-speed-rail line in Spain
•2010 - AMT & Grupo ACS enter exclusive global alliance
•Design, build, finance, operate, maintain maglevtransit systems
•Private initiatives and P3s
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Our Winning Team
Talgo
•Talgo designs, manufactures, and
maintains passenger trains,
maintenance equipment, and Automatic
Dual Gauge System
•Talgo has built over 3,000 vehicles for
high speed applications.
•1,250 employees
•Generated over $450 million in revenues
in 2011.
Talgo Market Share in Spain
•In business for over 60 years
•Talgo first built in the U.S. in 1950‘s and
has operated continuously in the U.S.
since 1994 with a high safety record.
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Talgo
Talgo
Our Winning Team
LYNX
•LYNX is our preferred operating partner
•Seamless connection across all public
transit modes
•The goal: Reciprocal Free Transfer
•Enhance overall transit ridership
•Ridership on SunRail south of downtown
will quadruple
•Our goal: LYNX on the team!
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“LYNX is how you get there.”
Our Superior Product
Lower cost, green technology
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Light Rail
Other Maglev Technologies
AMT
Traction propulsion
Induction propulsion in track
Induction propulsion in vehicle
Complex moving parts
Some moving parts
NO moving parts
At grade
At grade or elevated
Elevated guideway
Heavy
Heavy
Lightweight
CAPEX: >$50 million/mile
CAPEX: >$70 million/mile
CAPEX: $20 million/mile
O&M: High
O&M: High
O&M: Low
Our Technology
Simple, flexible transit
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The maglev system fits easily
within existing corridors.
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No new rights-of-way needed.
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Existing communities are
preserved.
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Redevelopment around stations is
stimulated.
Our Technology
integrated product of proven components from industry specialists
The AMT product is a combination of efforts from
118 US companies from 26 states.
Vehicle assembly is planned for Orange County.
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The Project
To DeLand
SunRail
Orlando International
Airport
Florida Mall
Convention Center
Medical City
Osceola Parkway
SunRail
To Poinciana
Transit Stations
SunRail Corridor
Proposed Alignment
Study Area for Alignment Options
Proposed AMT Alignment Study Area
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The Project
Rights-of-Way and Stations
•Our plan: use existing rights-of-way
•State
•County
•City
•Stations (Phase 1)
•OIA
•SunRail
•Florida Mall
•Convention Center
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The Project, Phase 1
OIA to the Convention Center
Total Length
14.9 miles
Construction Period
18 months
Passenger Stations
4
Days of Operation
365
Hours of Operation
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Number of Trains
Frequencies
Peak Hourly Capacity
One Way Trip Time
Top Speed
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5
10 minutes
1,320 people
30 minutes
50 mph
The Project, Phase 1
OIA to the Convention Center
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The Project, Phase 1
OIA to the Convention Center
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Phase 1 Benefits
Phase 1 will:
•provide sorely needed access from OIA
to the Convention Center
•provide access
from OIA to downtown
Orlando through SunRail.
•increase access to jobs at OIA, Florida
Mall, and the Convention Center / I-Drive
areas.
•mitigate congestion on the Beach Line &
Sand Lake Road
•create jobs for construction, assembly
and operation of the system
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Phase 1 Benefits
GREEN high-tech transportation
In the first year of operations alone,
the AMT system will:
Create 60 permanent, high-paying jobs
Create 600 construction jobs at peak
Save over 1,717,000 gallons of gasoline
Avoid over 15,300 metric tons of CO2
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Phase 1 Legal Framework
•Orange County/AMT “Agreement for ROW-User Permit”
•Contract entitlement to a ROW-Use Permit, BUT ONLY when...
•Milestones are all met... such as:
•OC approval of construction plans
•OC approval of final alignment
•AMT secures ROW permits or easements from state (DOT) GOAA, etc.
•AMT obtains all other federal/state/local permits and approvals
•AMT provides “demolition” surety bond
•AMT provides insurance coverages
•Construction starts only when ROW-Use Permit is issued
Agreement negotiations - July, August 2012
BCC approval - September 2012
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Phase 1 Legal Framework
Competitive Process Required/Desired (Fla. Stat. 337.251(2))
•Newspaper ad - twice in two weeks
•Solicitation - 60 day period for competing proposals
•Evaluation - does a competitor have a “better idea”?
The Solicitation
•Either Orange County or FDOT can place the ad, soliciting proposals
•The other agency legally may “piggyback” on that solicitation
•Redundant solicitations not required
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Phase 1 Schedule
Expedited design and delivery
Agreement for Right-of-Way Use Permit
September, 2012
Financing Closed
December, 2012
(with BCC approval)
Right-of-Way Use Permit Issued
Construction Commencement
Phase 1 operational
assumes regulatory & ROW approvals NLT April 2013
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May, 2013
Thanksgiving 2014
We are eager to work with you to
transform mobility in Central Florida.
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