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Board of County Commissioners

Agenda
Mobility Fee Workshop
March 9, 2016
1:30 3:00 p.m.

I.

Call to Order

Lesley Les Miller, Chair, BOCC

II.

Introduction

Michael S. Merrill, County Administrator

III.

Mobility Fee Program Update

Lucia E. Garsys, Chief Administrator


Development and Infrastructure Services

IV.

Job Creation and Redevelopment


Incentives

Ron Barton, Assistant County


Administrator, Economic Prosperity

IV.

Buyback of Credits

Bonnie Wise, Chief Financial


Administrator

V.

Board Discussion

Board of County Commissioners

VI.

Adjourn

Lesley Les Miller, Chair, BOCC

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
MOBILITY FEES
Presented to

Board of County Commissioners


March 09, 2016

Concurrency

Impact
Fees

Mobility Fees

Cost to
add
Transportation
Capacity

Capacity
Consumed
by
New
Development

Non-Mobility
Fee
Revenue
from
Future
Development

Local roadway improvements


Bruce B. Downs
Segments A through D

Columbus Dr. Ext


(US 301 to Falkenburg Rd)

Madison Ave.
(US 41 to 78th St.)

Gunn Hwy.
(Ehrlich Rd to S. Mobley Rd)

Bell Shoals Rd.


(Bloomingdale Ave to Boyette Rd)

Race Track Rd
Phases I through IV

Boyette Rd
Phases II and III

Gornto Lake Rd Ext.


(Brandon Town Center to SR 60)

Turkey Creek Rd.


(MLK Jr. Blvd to Sydney Rd)

Trip Generation Rate = Number per day


Trip Length = Travel A to B
% New Trips = Accounts for trips already on the roadway
Interstate/Toll Discount = Accounts for interstate & toll trips
(not charged)

Sales Tax

$654,472

$28,700

$15,518

$294,550
$236,965
$44,406
$541,243

$741,960
Typical projects

$70,535
$360,444

Impact Fees
Year
2015
collection
Signalization @cash
1.25M
per

intersection

Intersection Improvements
@ $3M per intersection
Sidewalks @ $50 per LF

Mobility Fee will be spent on capacity projects that are


identified in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
in each Benefit District within 10 years

mobility fee schedule selected land uses


No New Sales Tax

Urban

Full schedule provided, and available online


Draft as of March 04, 2016

Rural

With New Sales Tax

Urban

Rural

$6,442

$9,295

$4,968

$7,821

$4,086

$5,909

$3,128

$4,951

$9,083

$13,136

$6,946

$10,999

$10,242

$12,269

$7,479

$9,506

$21,582

$25,846

$15,816

$20,080

$71,802

$86,174

$51,682

$66,054

mobility fee schedule residential land uses


No new Sales Tax
Urban

Rural

Sales Tax
Urban

Rural

Transferability of Existing Impact Fee Credits


Impact Fee
Assessment
Zone

Existing Impact Mobility


Fee Zone
District #1

Mobility
District #2

Mobility
District #3

Mobility
Mobility
District #4 District #5

Zone 1

Yes

Yes

Zone 2

Yes

Yes

Zone 3

Yes

Yes

Zone 4

Yes

Yes

Zone 5

Yes

Yes

Zone 6

Yes

Yes

Zone 7

Yes

Yes

Yes

Zone 8

Yes

Yes

Yes

Zone 9

Yes

Yes

Zone 10

Yes

Yes

Population
Growth

Residential
Revenue

Total
Revenue

BEBR MediumLevel Projections


Year 2045

Person-per-household used to
convert to units
Distribution of recent permits
Res/non-res based on 5yr impact
fee collection
Impact fee offsets
DRIs
DAs
Proportionate Share
Equity adjustment

- Eligibility

- Offset Amounts

DRAFT
Mobility Fee Schedule
This appendix presents the detailed fee calculations for each land use in the Hillsborough
County mobility fee schedule. The differentiation of input variables is presented below:

Table D-1 Urban Area Mobility Fee; does NOT include additional percent sales tax
revenue credit

Table D-2 Rural Area Mobility Fee; does NOT include additional percent sales tax
revenue credit

Table D-3 Urban Area Mobility Fee; includes additional sales tax revenues credit

Table D-4 Rural Area Mobility Fee; includes additional sales tax revenue credit

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March 2016

D-1

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D1
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; No Sales Tax
Gasoline Tax
$$ per gallon to capital:
Facility life (years):
Interest rate:
ITE LUC

Land Use

$0.206
25
2.50%
Unit

County Revenues:
State Revenues:
Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Unit Cost per Lane Mile:


Average PMC per Lane Mile:
Fuel Efficiency:
Effectivedays per year:

$0.087
$0.119
Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

$4,962,000
12,350
18.18 mpg
365

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor:


Cost per PMC:

12,350

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

36.6%
$401.78

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RESIDENTIAL:

210

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

2.62

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

5.50

1.30

7.15

$2,872

$39

$719

$2,153

$1,792

20%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du

3.96

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

8.31

1.30

10.80

$4,341

$58

$1,069

$3,272

$1,792

83%

6.11

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

12.82

1.30

16.67

$6,697

$90

$1,658

$5,039

$1,792

181%

7.81

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

16.39

1.30

21.31

$8,561

$115

$2,119

$6,442

$1,792

260%

8.76

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

18.38

1.30

23.89

$9,602

$129

$2,377

$7,225

$1,792

303%

2.38

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.85

1.30

5.01

$2,010

$28

$516

$1,494

$1,242

20%

3.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

5.82

1.30

7.57

$3,040

$42

$774

$2,266

$1,242

83%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

10.67

1.30

13.87

$5,573

$76

$1,400

$4,173

$1,242

236%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

2.41

1.30

3.13

$1,258

$17

$313

$945

$1,242

-24%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.64

1.30

4.73

$1,900

$26

$479

$1,421

$1,242

15%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

6.69

1.30

8.70

$3,496

$48

$884

$2,612

$1,242

110%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

9.31

1.30

12.10

$4,864

$67

$1,234

$3,630

$1,097

231%

100%

n/a

6.76

1.30

8.79

$3,530

$48

$884

$2,646

$1,097

141%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf


Single Family (Detached) - 1,501 to 2,499 sf
Single Family (Detached) - 2,500 sf and greater
Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH
Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

220

222/
223

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du
du
du
du

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories

du

6.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

1.49

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

2.25

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

4.14

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

5.76

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition
Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories

230

du

Residential Condominium/Townhouse

du
du
du

5.10
5.10

5.10
5.10
5.10

ITE 9th Edition

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

4.17

FL Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

100%

n/a

6.08

1.30

7.90

$3,176

$44

$811

$2,365

$901

163%

du

2.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.08

3.58

Same as LUC 210

72%

FL Studies

1.58

1.30

2.05

$826

$12

$221

$605

n/a

n/a

232

High-Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories

du

4.18

240

Mobile Home Park

du

253

Congregate Care Facility


LODGING:

310

Hotel

room

6.36

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

6.26

6.76

FL Studies

66%

FL Studies

8.33

1.30

10.83

$4,351

$59

$1,087

$3,264

$1,546

111%

311

Hotel; All Suites

room

4.90

ITE 9th Edition

6.26

6.76

Same as LUC 310

66%

Same as LUC 310

6.42

1.30

8.35

$3,352

$45

$829

$2,523

$1,082

133%

320

Motel
RECREATION:

room

5.63

ITE 9th Edition

4.34

4.84

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

5.96

1.30

7.75

$3,115

$43

$792

$2,323

$1,579

47%

412

General Recreation

acre

2.28

ITE 9th Edition

5.11

5.61

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.32

1.30

4.32

$1,736

$24

$442

$1,294

n/a

n/a

1.62

ITE 9th Edition


(Adjusted)

100%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.36

1.30

3.07

$1,234

$17

$313

$921

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

5.59

1.30

7.27

$2,920

$39

$719

$2,201

n/a

n/a

416
420

RV Park

(3)

Marina

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site
boat berth

2.96

ITE 9th Edition

4.60
6.62

5.10
7.12

Same as LUC 240


Same as LUC 210

D-2

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D1 (Continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RECREATION:
430

Golf Course

hole

35.74

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

67.50

1.30

87.75

$35,257

$474

$8,733

$26,524

$4,272

521%

2.22

2.72

FL Studies

88%

FL Studies

66.04

1.30

85.85

$34,491

$528

$9,728

$24,763

$9,164

170%

444

Movie Theater

screen

106.63

Blend ITE 6th & FL


Studies

492

Health Club
INSTITUTIONS:

1,000 sf

32.93

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

94%

FL Studies

50.53

1.30

65.69

$26,395

$362

$6,670

$19,725

n/a

n/a

520

Elementary School (Private)

student

1.29

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

80%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.41

1.30

1.83

$735

$10

$184

$551

$61

803%

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.99

1.30

2.59

$1,038

$14

$258

$780

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.10

1.30

2.73

$1,096

$15

$276

$820

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.78

1.30

4.91

$1,973

$27

$497

$1,476

n/a

n/a

522

Middle School (Private)

student

1.62

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

530

High School (Private)

student

1.71

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

540

University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)


(Private)

550

University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)


(Private)

560
565
610

Church

1,000 sf

Hospital
Nursing Home

630

Clinic
OFFICE:
General Office 50,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

(4)

(4)

General Office 50,001-100,000 sq ft


710

student
1,000 sf

Day Care Center

620

student

2.00
1.50

ITE Regression Analysis


ITE Regression Analysis

6.62
6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.83

1.30

3.68

$1,480

$20

$368

$1,112

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

10.14

1.30

13.18

$5,294

$75

$1,382

$3,912

$544

619%

73%

FL Studies

33.77

1.30

43.90

$17,637

$275

$5,067

$12,570

$1,500

738%

21.36

1.30

27.77

$11,158

$150

$2,764

$8,394

unit change

n/a

9.11

ITE 9th Edition

3.90

4.40

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

71.88

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.03

2.53

FL Studies

13.22

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

77%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.59

3.09

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

2.02

1.30

2.63

$1,053

$16

$295

$758

$194

291%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies

93%

FL Studies

49.95

1.30

64.94

$26,088

$358

$6,596

$19,492

$1,880

937%

bed

2.76

1,000 sf

33.22

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies
Blend ITE 9th & FL
Studies

1,000 sf

15.50

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

23.28

1.30

30.26

$12,160

$167

$3,077

$9,083

$3,728

144%

1,000 sf

13.13

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

19.72

1.30

25.64

$10,300

$141

$2,598

$7,702

$2,300

235%

General Office 100,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

11.12

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

16.70

1.30

21.71

$8,724

$120

$2,211

$6,513

$1,958

233%

General Office 200,001-400,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

9.41

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

14.13

1.30

18.37

$7,382

$101

$1,861

$5,521

$1,958

182%

General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft

1,000 sf

8.54

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

12.83

1.30

16.68

$6,700

$92

$1,695

$5,005

$1,958

156%

715

Single Tenant Office Building

1,000 sf

11.65

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

17.50

1.30

22.75

$9,139

$125

$2,303

$6,836

$2,005

241%

720

Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

23.83

FL Studies

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

37.31

1.30

48.50

$19,489

$265

$4,882

$14,607

$6,262

133%

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

54.37

1.30

70.68

$28,396

$387

$7,130

$21,266

$6,262

240%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

25.90

1.30

33.67

$13,530

$204

$3,759

$9,771

$2,807

248%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

29.18

1.30

37.93

$15,240

$230

$4,238

$11,002

$3,384

225%

(4)

720

Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft


RETAIL:

1,000 sf

34.72

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

813

Discount Superstore

1,000 sf

50.82

ITE 9th Edition

815

Discount Store; Free-Standing

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1,000 sf

57.24

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

D-3

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D1 (Continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RETAIL:
Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less

820

(4)

Shopping Center 50,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

(4)

Shopping Center 200,001-400,000 sq ft

Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft


841

(4)

New/Used Auto Sales

1,000 sfgla

86.56

ITE 9th equation

1.87

2.37

TL Regression

56%

FL Curve

28.73

1.30

37.35

$15,009

$238

$4,385

$10,624

$1,565

579%

1,000 sfgla

53.28

ITE 9th equation

2.40

2.90

TL Regression

67%

FL Curve

27.16

1.30

35.31

$14,185

$214

$3,943

$10,242

$3,181

222%

1,000 sfgla

41.80

ITE 9th equation

2.64

3.14

TL Regression

73%

FL Curve

25.54

1.30

33.20

$13,338

$198

$3,648

$9,690

$5,504

76%

1,000 sfgla

36.27

ITE 9th equation

2.87

3.37

TL Regression

76%

FL Curve

25.08

1.30

32.60

$13,099

$192

$3,537

$9,562

$5,504

74%

28.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

79%

FL Studies

32.54

1.30

42.30

$16,998

$235

$4,330

$12,668

$4,482

183%

1.51

2.01

FL Studies

28%

FL Studies

103.89

1.30

135.06

$54,263

$902

$16,619

$37,644

$7,581

397%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

21.31

1.30

27.70

$11,129

$168

$3,095

$8,034

$2,498

222%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

15.67

1.30

20.37

$8,184

$124

$2,285

$5,899

$2,095

182%

56%

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

14.95

1.30

19.44

$7,809

$124

$2,285

$5,524

$2,692

105%

1,000 sf

853

Convenience Market w/Gasoline

1,000 sf

775.14

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

857

Discount Club

1,000 sf

41.80

ITE 9th Edition

862
863

Home Improvement Superstore


Electronics Superstore

880/
881

Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive-Thru

890

Furniture Store

912

Bank/Savings Drive-In

1,000 sf

30.74

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

45.04

ITE 9th Edition

1.87

2.37

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

1,000 sf

95.96

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.08

2.58

FL Studies

32%

FL Studies

20.25

1.30

26.33

$10,575

$164

$3,022

$7,553

$5,269

43%

1,000 sf

5.06

ITE 9th Edition

6.09

6.59

FL Studies

54%

FL Studies

5.27

1.30

6.85

$2,755

$37

$682

$2,073

$605

243%

159.34

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.46

2.96

FL Studies

46%

FL Studies

57.16

1.30

74.31

$29,855

$449

$8,273

$21,582

$15,850

36%

3.14

3.64

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

69.82

1.30

90.77

$36,470

$528

$9,728

$26,742

$10,752

149%

1,000 sf

1,000 sf

931

Quality Restaurant

1,000 sf

91.10

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

932

High-Turn Over Restaurant

1,000 sf

116.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.17

3.67

FL Studies

71%

FL Studies

83.19

1.30

108.15

$43,452

$628

$11,571

$31,881

$7,790

309%

511.00

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.05

2.55

FL Studies

58%

FL Studies

192.60

1.30

250.38

$100,599

$1,563

$28,797

$71,802

$9,389

665%

31.43

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.62

4.12

FL Studies

72%

FL Studies

25.97

1.30

33.76

$13,564

$193

$3,556

$10,008

n/a

n/a

157.33

ITE 9th Edition


(944 & 946 Blend)

1.90

2.40

FL Studies

23%

FL Studies

21.79

1.30

28.33

$11,384

$180

$3,316

$8,068

$1,511

434%

service bay

43.94

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.18

2.68

FL Studies

68%

FL Studies

20.65

1.30

26.85

$10,785

$166

$3,058

$7,727

$6,455

20%

934
942
944/
946

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive-Thru


Automobile Care Center
Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
fuel pos.

947

Self-Service Car Wash


INDUSTRIAL:

110

General Light Industrial

1,000 sf

6.97

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

10.47

1.30

13.61

$5,468

$75

$1,382

$4,086

$1,208

238%

120

General Heavy Industrial

1,000 sf

1.50

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

2.25

1.30

2.93

$1,177

$16

$295

$882

$1,162

-24%

140

Manufacturing

1,000 sf

3.82

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.74

1.30

7.46

$2,997

$41

$755

$2,242

$1,162

93%

150

Warehousing

1,000 sf

3.56

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.35

1.30

6.96

$2,793

$38

$700

$2,093

$860

143%

2.15

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.60

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

92%

Same as LUC 710

1.94

1.30

2.52

$1,015

$15

$276

$739

$433

71%

151

Mini-Warehouse

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

3.10

D-4

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D1 (Continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

92%

Same as LUC 710

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

1.30

3.28

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

$1,318

$18

$332

$986

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

INDUSTRIAL:
152

1)
2)
3)
4)

High-Cube Warehouse

1,000 sf

1.68

ITE 9th Edition

2.52

n/a

n/a

Net VMT calculated as ((Trip Generation Rate* Trip Length* % New Trips)*(1-Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor)/2). This reflects the unit of vehicle miles of capacity consumed per unit of development and is multiplied by the cost per vehicle
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Fees shown for Zone 7
The ITE 9th Edition trip generation rate was adjusted to reflect the average occupancy rate of 60 percent based on data provided by the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
The trip generation rates recommended for the offices and shopping centers use the end-point regression value

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

D-5

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D2
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; No Sales Tax
Gasoline Tax
$$ per gallon to capital:
Facility life (years):
Interest rate:
ITE LUC

Land Use

$0.206
25
2.50%
Unit

County Revenues:
State Revenues:
Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Unit Cost per Lane Mile:


Average PMC per Lane Mile:
Fuel Efficiency:
Effectivedays per year:

$0.087
$0.119
Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

$4,962,000
9,263
18.18 mpg
365

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor:


Cost per PMC (Residential/Office/Industrial):
Cost per PMC (Other Non-Residential):

10,806

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

36.6%
$535.71
$459.18

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RESIDENTIAL:

210

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

2.62

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

5.50

1.30

7.15

$3,829

$39

$719

$3,110

$1,792

74%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du

3.96

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

8.31

1.30

10.80

$5,787

$58

$1,069

$4,718

$1,792

163%

6.11

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

12.82

1.30

16.67

$8,930

$90

$1,658

$7,272

$1,792

306%

7.81

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

16.39

1.30

21.31

$11,414

$115

$2,119

$9,295

$1,792

419%

8.76

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

18.38

1.30

23.89

$12,802

$129

$2,377

$10,425

$1,792

482%

2.38

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.85

1.30

5.01

$2,680

$28

$516

$2,164

$1,242

74%

3.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

5.82

1.30

7.57

$4,053

$42

$774

$3,279

$1,242

164%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

10.67

1.30

13.87

$7,431

$76

$1,400

$6,031

$1,242

386%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

2.41

1.30

3.13

$1,678

$17

$313

$1,365

$1,242

10%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.64

1.30

4.73

$2,533

$26

$479

$2,054

$1,242

65%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

6.69

1.30

8.70

$4,661

$48

$884

$3,777

$1,242

204%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

9.31

1.30

12.10

$6,485

$67

$1,234

$5,251

$1,097

379%

100%

n/a

6.76

1.30

8.79

$4,706

$48

$884

$3,822

$1,097

248%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf


Single Family (Detached) - 1,501 to 2,499 sf
Single Family (Detached) - 2,500 sf and greater
Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH
Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

220

222/
223

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du
du
du
du

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories

du

6.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

1.49

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

2.25

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

4.14

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

5.76

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition
Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories

230

du

Residential Condominium/Townhouse

du
du
du

5.10
5.10

5.10
5.10
5.10

ITE 9th Edition

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

4.17

FL Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

100%

n/a

6.08

1.30

7.90

$4,235

$44

$811

$3,424

$901

280%

du

2.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.08

3.58

Same as LUC 210

72%

FL Studies

1.58

1.30

2.05

$1,102

$12

$221

$881

n/a

n/a

232

High-Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories

du

4.18

240

Mobile Home Park

du

253

Congregate Care Facility


LODGING:

310

Hotel

room

6.36

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

6.26

6.76

FL Studies

66%

FL Studies

8.33

1.30

10.83

$4,972

$59

$1,087

$3,885

$1,546

151%

311

Hotel; All Suites

room

4.90

ITE 9th Edition

6.26

6.76

Same as LUC 310

66%

Same as LUC 310

6.42

1.30

8.35

$3,831

$45

$829

$3,002

$1,082

177%

320

Motel
RECREATION:

room

5.63

ITE 9th Edition

4.34

4.84

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

5.96

1.30

7.75

$3,560

$43

$792

$2,768

$1,579

75%

412

General Recreation

acre

2.28

ITE 9th Edition

5.11

5.61

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.32

1.30

4.32

$1,984

$24

$442

$1,542

n/a

n/a

1.62

ITE 9th Edition


(Adjusted)

100%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.36

1.30

3.07

$1,410

$17

$313

$1,097

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

5.59

1.30

7.27

$3,337

$39

$719

$2,618

n/a

n/a

416
420

RV Park

(3)

Marina

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

site
boat berth

2.96

ITE 9th Edition

4.60
6.62

5.10
7.12

Same as LUC 240


Same as LUC 210

D-6

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D2 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RECREATION:
430

Golf Course

hole

35.74

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

67.50

1.30

87.75

$40,294

$474

$8,733

$31,561

$4,272

639%

2.22

2.72

FL Studies

88%

FL Studies

66.04

1.30

85.85

$39,418

$528

$9,728

$29,690

$9,164

224%

444

Movie Theater

screen

106.63

Blend ITE 6th & FL


Studies

492

Health Club
INSTITUTIONS:

1,000 sf

32.93

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

94%

FL Studies

50.53

1.30

65.69

$30,166

$362

$6,670

$23,496

n/a

n/a

520

Elementary School (Private)

student

1.29

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

80%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.41

1.30

1.83

$840

$10

$184

$656

$61

975%

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.99

1.30

2.59

$1,186

$14

$258

$928

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.10

1.30

2.73

$1,252

$15

$276

$976

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.78

1.30

4.91

$2,255

$27

$497

$1,758

n/a

n/a

522

Middle School (Private)

student

1.62

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

530

High School (Private)

student

1.71

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

540

University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)


(Private)

student

2.00

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

550

University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)


(Private)

560
565
610

Church

1,000 sf

Day Care Center

1,000 sf

Hospital

620

Nursing Home

630

Clinic
OFFICE:
General Office 50,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

(4)

(4)

General Office 50,001-100,000 sq ft


710

student

1.50

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.83

1.30

3.68

$1,691

$20

$368

$1,323

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

10.14

1.30

13.18

$6,051

$75

$1,382

$4,669

$544

758%

73%

FL Studies

33.77

1.30

43.90

$20,156

$275

$5,067

$15,089

$1,500

906%

21.36

1.30

27.77

$12,752

$150

$2,764

$9,988

unit change

n/a

9.11

ITE 9th Edition

3.90

4.40

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

71.88

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.03

2.53

FL Studies

13.22

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

77%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.59

3.09

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

2.02

1.30

2.63

$1,204

$16

$295

$909

$194

369%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies

93%

FL Studies

49.95

1.30

64.94

$29,815

$358

$6,596

$23,219

$1,880

1135%

bed

2.76

1,000 sf

33.22

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies
Blend ITE 9th & FL
Studies

1,000 sf

15.50

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

23.28

1.30

30.26

$16,213

$167

$3,077

$13,136

$3,728

252%

1,000 sf

13.13

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

19.72

1.30

25.64

$13,734

$141

$2,598

$11,136

$2,300

384%

General Office 100,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

11.12

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

16.70

1.30

21.71

$11,631

$120

$2,211

$9,420

$1,958

381%

General Office 200,001-400,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

9.41

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

14.13

1.30

18.37

$9,843

$101

$1,861

$7,982

$1,958

308%

General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft

1,000 sf

8.54

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

12.83

1.30

16.68

$8,933

$92

$1,695

$7,238

$1,958

270%

715

Single Tenant Office Building

1,000 sf

11.65

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

17.50

1.30

22.75

$12,186

$125

$2,303

$9,883

$2,005

393%

720

Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

23.83

FL Studies

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

37.31

1.30

48.50

$25,986

$265

$4,882

$21,104

$6,262

237%

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

54.37

1.30

70.68

$37,861

$387

$7,130

$30,731

$6,262

391%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

25.90

1.30

33.67

$15,463

$204

$3,759

$11,704

$2,807

317%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

29.18

1.30

37.93

$17,417

$230

$4,238

$13,179

$3,384

290%

(4)

720

Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft


RETAIL:

1,000 sf

34.72

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

813

Discount Superstore

1,000 sf

50.82

ITE 9th Edition

815

Discount Store; Free-Standing

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

57.24

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

D-7

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D2 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RETAIL:
Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less

820

(4)

Shopping Center 50,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

(4)

Shopping Center 200,001-400,000 sq ft

Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft


841

(4)

New/Used Auto Sales

1,000 sfgla

86.56

ITE 9th equation

1.87

2.37

TL Regression

56%

FL Curve

28.73

1.30

37.35

$17,153

$238

$4,385

$12,768

$1,565

716%

1,000 sfgla

53.28

ITE 9th equation

2.40

2.90

TL Regression

67%

FL Curve

27.16

1.30

35.31

$16,212

$214

$3,943

$12,269

$3,181

286%

1,000 sfgla

41.80

ITE 9th equation

2.64

3.14

TL Regression

73%

FL Curve

25.54

1.30

33.20

$15,244

$198

$3,648

$11,596

$5,504

111%

1,000 sfgla

36.27

ITE 9th equation

2.87

3.37

TL Regression

76%

FL Curve

25.08

1.30

32.60

$14,970

$192

$3,537

$11,433

$5,504

108%

28.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

79%

FL Studies

32.54

1.30

42.30

$19,426

$235

$4,330

$15,096

$4,482

237%

1.51

2.01

FL Studies

28%

FL Studies

103.89

1.30

135.06

$62,015

$902

$16,619

$45,396

$7,581

499%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

21.31

1.30

27.70

$12,719

$168

$3,095

$9,624

$2,498

285%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

15.67

1.30

20.37

$9,354

$124

$2,285

$7,069

$2,095

237%

56%

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

14.95

1.30

19.44

$8,925

$124

$2,285

$6,640

$2,692

147%

1,000 sf

853

Convenience Market w/Gasoline

1,000 sf

775.14

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

857

Discount Club

1,000 sf

41.80

ITE 9th Edition

862
863

Home Improvement Superstore


Electronics Superstore

880/
881

Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive-Thru

890

Furniture Store

912

Bank/Savings Drive-In

1,000 sf

30.74

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

45.04

ITE 9th Edition

1.87

2.37

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

1,000 sf

95.96

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.08

2.58

FL Studies

32%

FL Studies

20.25

1.30

26.33

$12,086

$164

$3,022

$9,064

$5,269

72%

1,000 sf

5.06

ITE 9th Edition

6.09

6.59

FL Studies

54%

FL Studies

5.27

1.30

6.85

$3,149

$37

$682

$2,467

$605

308%

159.34

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.46

2.96

FL Studies

46%

FL Studies

57.16

1.30

74.31

$34,119

$449

$8,273

$25,846

$15,850

63%

3.14

3.64

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

69.82

1.30

90.77

$41,680

$528

$9,728

$31,952

$10,752

197%

1,000 sf

1,000 sf

931

Quality Restaurant

1,000 sf

91.10

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

932

High-Turn Over Restaurant

1,000 sf

116.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.17

3.67

FL Studies

71%

FL Studies

83.19

1.30

108.15

$49,659

$628

$11,571

$38,088

$7,790

389%

511.00

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.05

2.55

FL Studies

58%

FL Studies

192.60

1.30

250.38

$114,971

$1,563

$28,797

$86,174

$9,389

818%

31.43

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.62

4.12

FL Studies

72%

FL Studies

25.97

1.30

33.76

$15,501

$193

$3,556

$11,945

n/a

n/a

157.33

ITE 9th Edition


(944 & 946 Blend)

1.90

2.40

FL Studies

23%

FL Studies

21.79

1.30

28.33

$13,010

$180

$3,316

$9,694

$1,511

542%

service bay

43.94

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.18

2.68

FL Studies

68%

FL Studies

20.65

1.30

26.85

$12,326

$166

$3,058

$9,268

$6,455

44%

934
942
944/
946

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive-Thru


Automobile Care Center
Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
fuel pos.

947

Self-Service Car Wash


INDUSTRIAL:

110

General Light Industrial

1,000 sf

6.97

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

10.47

1.30

13.61

$7,291

$75

$1,382

$5,909

$1,208

389%

120

General Heavy Industrial

1,000 sf

1.50

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

2.25

1.30

2.93

$1,569

$16

$295

$1,274

$1,162

10%

140

Manufacturing

1,000 sf

3.82

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.74

1.30

7.46

$3,996

$41

$755

$3,241

$1,162

179%

150

Warehousing

1,000 sf

3.56

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.35

1.30

6.96

$3,724

$38

$700

$3,024

$860

252%

2.15

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.60

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

92%

Same as LUC 710

1.94

1.30

2.52

$1,354

$15

$276

$1,078

$433

149%

151

Mini-Warehouse

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

3.10

D-8

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D2 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

92%

Same as LUC 710

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

1.30

3.28

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

$1,757

$18

$332

$1,425

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

INDUSTRIAL:
152

1)
2)
3)
4)

High-Cube Warehouse

1,000 sf

1.68

ITE 9th Edition

2.52

n/a

n/a

Net VMT calculated as ((Trip Generation Rate* Trip Length* % New Trips)*(1-Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor)/2). This reflects the unit of vehicle miles of capacity consumed per unit of development and is multiplied by the cost per vehicle
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Fees shown for Zone 7
The ITE 9th Edition trip generation rate was adjusted to reflect the average occupancy rate of 60 percent based on data provided by the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
The trip generation rates recommended for the offices and shopping centers use the end-point regression value

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

D-9

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D3
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; % Sales Tax
Gasoline Tax
$$ per gallon to capital:
Facility life (years):
Interest rate:
ITE LUC

Land Use

$0.350
25
2.50%
Unit

County Revenues:
State Revenues:
Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Unit Cost per Lane Mile:


Average PMC per Lane Mile:
Fuel Efficiency:
Effectivedays per year:

$0.231
$0.119
Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

$4,962,000
12,350
18.18 mpg
365

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor:


Cost per PMC:

12,350

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

36.6%
$401.78

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RESIDENTIAL:

210

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

2.62

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

5.50

1.30

7.15

$2,872

$66

$1,216

$1,656

$1,792

-8%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du

3.96

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

8.31

1.30

10.80

$4,341

$99

$1,824

$2,517

$1,792

40%

6.11

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

12.82

1.30

16.67

$6,697

$153

$2,819

$3,878

$1,792

116%

7.81

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

16.39

1.30

21.31

$8,561

$195

$3,593

$4,968

$1,792

177%

8.76

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

18.38

1.30

23.89

$9,602

$219

$4,035

$5,567

$1,792

211%

2.38

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.85

1.30

5.01

$2,010

$47

$866

$1,144

$1,242

-8%

3.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

5.82

1.30

7.57

$3,040

$71

$1,308

$1,732

$1,242

40%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

10.67

1.30

13.87

$5,573

$130

$2,395

$3,178

$1,242

156%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

2.41

1.30

3.13

$1,258

$29

$534

$724

$1,242

-42%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.64

1.30

4.73

$1,900

$44

$811

$1,089

$1,242

-12%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

6.69

1.30

8.70

$3,496

$81

$1,492

$2,004

$1,242

61%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

9.31

1.30

12.10

$4,864

$113

$2,082

$2,782

$1,097

154%

100%

n/a

6.76

1.30

8.79

$3,530

$82

$1,511

$2,019

$1,097

84%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf


Single Family (Detached) - 1,501 to 2,499 sf
Single Family (Detached) - 2,500 sf and greater
Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH
Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

220

222/
223

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du
du
du
du

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories

du

6.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

1.49

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

2.25

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

4.14

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

5.76

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition
Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories

230

du

Residential Condominium/Townhouse

du
du
du

5.10
5.10

5.10
5.10
5.10

ITE 9th Edition

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

4.17

FL Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

100%

n/a

6.08

1.30

7.90

$3,176

$75

$1,382

$1,794

$901

99%

du

2.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.08

3.58

Same as LUC 210

72%

FL Studies

1.58

1.30

2.05

$826

$20

$368

$458

n/a

n/a

232

High-Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories

du

4.18

240

Mobile Home Park

du

253

Congregate Care Facility


LODGING:

310

Hotel

room

6.36

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

6.26

6.76

FL Studies

66%

FL Studies

8.33

1.30

10.83

$4,351

$100

$1,842

$2,509

$1,546

62%

311

Hotel; All Suites

room

4.90

ITE 9th Edition

6.26

6.76

Same as LUC 310

66%

Same as LUC 310

6.42

1.30

8.35

$3,352

$77

$1,419

$1,933

$1,082

79%

320

Motel
RECREATION:

room

5.63

ITE 9th Edition

4.34

4.84

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

5.96

1.30

7.75

$3,115

$74

$1,363

$1,752

$1,579

11%

412

General Recreation

acre

2.28

ITE 9th Edition

5.11

5.61

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.32

1.30

4.32

$1,736

$40

$737

$999

n/a

n/a

1.62

ITE 9th Edition


(Adjusted)

100%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.36

1.30

3.07

$1,234

$29

$534

$700

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

5.59

1.30

7.27

$2,920

$67

$1,234

$1,686

n/a

n/a

416
420

RV Park

(3)

Marina

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

site
boat berth

2.96

ITE 9th Edition

4.60
6.62

5.10
7.12

Same as LUC 240


Same as LUC 210

D-10

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D3 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RECREATION:
430

Golf Course

hole

35.74

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

67.50

1.30

87.75

$35,257

$805

$14,832

$20,425

$4,272

378%

2.22

2.72

FL Studies

88%

FL Studies

66.04

1.30

85.85

$34,491

$897

$16,527

$17,964

$9,164

96%

444

Movie Theater

screen

106.63

Blend ITE 6th & FL


Studies

492

Health Club
INSTITUTIONS:

1,000 sf

32.93

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

94%

FL Studies

50.53

1.30

65.69

$26,395

$614

$11,313

$15,082

n/a

n/a

520

Elementary School (Private)

student

1.29

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

80%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.41

1.30

1.83

$735

$17

$313

$422

$61

592%

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.99

1.30

2.59

$1,038

$25

$461

$577

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.10

1.30

2.73

$1,096

$26

$479

$617

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.78

1.30

4.91

$1,973

$45

$829

$1,144

n/a

n/a

522

Middle School (Private)

student

1.62

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

530

High School (Private)

student

1.71

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

540

University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)


(Private)

student

2.00

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

550

University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)


(Private)

560
565
610

Church

1,000 sf

Day Care Center

1,000 sf

Hospital

620

Nursing Home

630

Clinic
OFFICE:
General Office 50,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

(4)

(4)

General Office 50,001-100,000 sq ft


710

student

1.50

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.83

1.30

3.68

$1,480

$34

$626

$854

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

10.14

1.30

13.18

$5,294

$127

$2,340

$2,954

$544

443%

73%

FL Studies

33.77

1.30

43.90

$17,637

$466

$8,586

$9,051

$1,500

503%

21.36

1.30

27.77

$11,158

$255

$4,698

$6,460

unit change

n/a

9.11

ITE 9th Edition

3.90

4.40

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

71.88

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.03

2.53

FL Studies

13.22

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

77%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.59

3.09

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

2.02

1.30

2.63

$1,053

$27

$497

$556

$194

187%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies

93%

FL Studies

49.95

1.30

64.94

$26,088

$608

$11,202

$14,886

$1,880

692%

bed

2.76

1,000 sf

33.22

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies
Blend ITE 9th & FL
Studies

1,000 sf

15.50

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

23.28

1.30

30.26

$12,160

$283

$5,214

$6,946

$3,728

86%

1,000 sf

13.13

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

19.72

1.30

25.64

$10,300

$240

$4,422

$5,878

$2,300

156%

General Office 100,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

11.12

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

16.70

1.30

21.71

$8,724

$203

$3,740

$4,984

$1,958

155%

General Office 200,001-400,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

9.41

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

14.13

1.30

18.37

$7,382

$172

$3,169

$4,213

$1,958

115%

General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft

1,000 sf

8.54

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

12.83

1.30

16.68

$6,700

$156

$2,874

$3,826

$1,958

95%

715

Single Tenant Office Building

1,000 sf

11.65

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

17.50

1.30

22.75

$9,139

$213

$3,924

$5,215

$2,005

160%

720

Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

23.83

FL Studies

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

37.31

1.30

48.50

$19,489

$451

$8,309

$11,180

$6,262

79%

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

54.37

1.30

70.68

$28,396

$657

$12,105

$16,291

$6,262

160%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

25.90

1.30

33.67

$13,530

$347

$6,393

$7,137

$2,807

154%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

29.18

1.30

37.93

$15,240

$391

$7,204

$8,036

$3,384

138%

(4)

720

Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft


RETAIL:

1,000 sf

34.72

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

813

Discount Superstore

1,000 sf

50.82

ITE 9th Edition

815

Discount Store; Free-Standing

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

57.24

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

D-11

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D3 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RETAIL:
Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less

820

(4)

Shopping Center 50,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

(4)

Shopping Center 200,001-400,000 sq ft

Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft


841

(4)

New/Used Auto Sales

1,000 sfgla

86.56

ITE 9th equation

1.87

2.37

TL Regression

56%

FL Curve

28.73

1.30

37.35

$15,009

$404

$7,443

$7,566

$1,565

384%

1,000 sfgla

53.28

ITE 9th equation

2.40

2.90

TL Regression

67%

FL Curve

27.16

1.30

35.31

$14,185

$364

$6,706

$7,479

$3,181

135%

1,000 sfgla

41.80

ITE 9th equation

2.64

3.14

TL Regression

73%

FL Curve

25.54

1.30

33.20

$13,338

$337

$6,209

$7,129

$5,504

30%

1,000 sfgla

36.27

ITE 9th equation

2.87

3.37

TL Regression

76%

FL Curve

25.08

1.30

32.60

$13,099

$326

$6,006

$7,093

$5,504

29%

28.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

79%

FL Studies

32.54

1.30

42.30

$16,998

$400

$7,370

$9,628

$4,482

115%

1.51

2.01

FL Studies

28%

FL Studies

103.89

1.30

135.06

$54,263

$1,533

$28,245

$26,018

$7,581

243%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

21.31

1.30

27.70

$11,129

$285

$5,251

$5,878

$2,498

135%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

15.67

1.30

20.37

$8,184

$210

$3,869

$4,315

$2,095

106%

56%

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

14.95

1.30

19.44

$7,809

$210

$3,869

$3,940

$2,692

46%

1,000 sf

853

Convenience Market w/Gasoline

1,000 sf

775.14

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

857

Discount Club

1,000 sf

41.80

ITE 9th Edition

862
863

Home Improvement Superstore


Electronics Superstore

880/
881

Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive-Thru

890

Furniture Store

912

Bank/Savings Drive-In

1,000 sf

30.74

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

45.04

ITE 9th Edition

1.87

2.37

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

1,000 sf

95.96

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.08

2.58

FL Studies

32%

FL Studies

20.25

1.30

26.33

$10,575

$278

$5,122

$5,453

$5,269

4%

1,000 sf

5.06

ITE 9th Edition

6.09

6.59

FL Studies

54%

FL Studies

5.27

1.30

6.85

$2,755

$63

$1,161

$1,594

$605

164%

159.34

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.46

2.96

FL Studies

46%

FL Studies

57.16

1.30

74.31

$29,855

$762

$14,039

$15,816

$15,850

0%

3.14

3.64

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

69.82

1.30

90.77

$36,470

$897

$16,527

$19,943

$10,752

86%

1,000 sf

1,000 sf

931

Quality Restaurant

1,000 sf

91.10

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

932

High-Turn Over Restaurant

1,000 sf

116.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.17

3.67

FL Studies

71%

FL Studies

83.19

1.30

108.15

$43,452

$1,067

$19,659

$23,793

$7,790

205%

511.00

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.05

2.55

FL Studies

58%

FL Studies

192.60

1.30

250.38

$100,599

$2,655

$48,917

$51,682

$9,389

451%

31.43

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.62

4.12

FL Studies

72%

FL Studies

25.97

1.30

33.76

$13,564

$328

$6,043

$7,521

n/a

n/a

157.33

ITE 9th Edition


(944 & 946 Blend)

1.90

2.40

FL Studies

23%

FL Studies

21.79

1.30

28.33

$11,384

$305

$5,619

$5,765

$1,511

282%

service bay

43.94

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.18

2.68

FL Studies

68%

FL Studies

20.65

1.30

26.85

$10,785

$281

$5,177

$5,608

$6,455

-13%

934
942
944/
946

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive-Thru


Automobile Care Center
Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
fuel pos.

947

Self-Service Car Wash


INDUSTRIAL:

110

General Light Industrial

1,000 sf

6.97

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

10.47

1.30

13.61

$5,468

$127

$2,340

$3,128

$1,208

159%

120

General Heavy Industrial

1,000 sf

1.50

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

2.25

1.30

2.93

$1,177

$27

$497

$680

$1,162

-42%

140

Manufacturing

1,000 sf

3.82

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.74

1.30

7.46

$2,997

$70

$1,290

$1,707

$1,162

47%

150

Warehousing

1,000 sf

3.56

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.35

1.30

6.96

$2,793

$65

$1,198

$1,595

$860

86%

2.15

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.60

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

92%

Same as LUC 710

1.94

1.30

2.52

$1,015

$25

$461

$554

$433

28%

151

Mini-Warehouse

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

3.10

D-12

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D3 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

92%

Same as LUC 710

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

1.30

3.28

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

$1,318

$31

$571

$747

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

INDUSTRIAL:
152

1)
2)
3)
4)

High-Cube Warehouse

1,000 sf

1.68

ITE 9th Edition

2.52

n/a

n/a

Net VMT calculated as ((Trip Generation Rate* Trip Length* % New Trips)*(1-Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor)/2). This reflects the unit of vehicle miles of capacity consumed per unit of development and is multiplied by the cost per vehicle
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Fees shown for Zone 7
The ITE 9th Edition trip generation rate was adjusted to reflect the average occupancy rate of 60 percent based on data provided by the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
The trip generation rates recommended for the offices and shopping centers use the end-point regression value

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

D-13

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D4
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; % Sales Tax
Gasoline Tax
$$ per gallon to capital:
Facility life (years):
Interest rate:
ITE LUC

Land Use

$0.350
25
2.50%
Unit

County Revenues:
State Revenues:
Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Unit Cost per Lane Mile:


Average PMC per Lane Mile:
Fuel Efficiency:
Effectivedays per year:

$0.231
$0.119
Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

$4,962,000
9,263
18.18 mpg
365

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor:


Cost per PMC (Residential/Office/Industrial):
Cost per PMC (Other Non-Residential):

10,806

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

36.6%
$535.71
$459.18

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RESIDENTIAL:

210

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

2.62

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

5.50

1.30

7.15

$3,829

$66

$1,216

$2,613

$1,792

46%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du

3.96

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

8.31

1.30

10.80

$5,787

$99

$1,824

$3,963

$1,792

121%

6.11

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

12.82

1.30

16.67

$8,930

$153

$2,819

$6,111

$1,792

241%

7.81

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

16.39

1.30

21.31

$11,414

$195

$3,593

$7,821

$1,792

336%

8.76

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

18.38

1.30

23.89

$12,802

$219

$4,035

$8,767

$1,792

389%

2.38

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.85

1.30

5.01

$2,680

$47

$866

$1,814

$1,242

46%

3.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

5.82

1.30

7.57

$4,053

$71

$1,308

$2,745

$1,242

121%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

10.67

1.30

13.87

$7,431

$130

$2,395

$5,036

$1,242

306%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

2.41

1.30

3.13

$1,678

$29

$534

$1,144

$1,242

-8%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.64

1.30

4.73

$2,533

$44

$811

$1,722

$1,242

39%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

6.69

1.30

8.70

$4,661

$81

$1,492

$3,169

$1,242

155%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

9.31

1.30

12.10

$6,485

$113

$2,082

$4,403

$1,097

301%

100%

n/a

6.76

1.30

8.79

$4,706

$82

$1,511

$3,195

$1,097

191%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf


Single Family (Detached) - 1,501 to 2,499 sf
Single Family (Detached) - 2,500 sf and greater
Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH
Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

220

222/
223

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du
du
du
du

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories

du

6.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

1.49

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

2.25

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

4.14

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

5.76

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition
Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories

230

du

Residential Condominium/Townhouse

du
du
du

5.10
5.10

5.10
5.10
5.10

ITE 9th Edition

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

4.17

FL Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

100%

n/a

6.08

1.30

7.90

$4,235

$75

$1,382

$2,853

$901

217%

du

2.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.08

3.58

Same as LUC 210

72%

FL Studies

1.58

1.30

2.05

$1,102

$20

$368

$734

n/a

n/a

232

High-Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories

du

4.18

240

Mobile Home Park

du

253

Congregate Care Facility


LODGING:

310

Hotel

room

6.36

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

6.26

6.76

FL Studies

66%

FL Studies

8.33

1.30

10.83

$4,972

$100

$1,842

$3,130

$1,546

103%

311

Hotel; All Suites

room

4.90

ITE 9th Edition

6.26

6.76

Same as LUC 310

66%

Same as LUC 310

6.42

1.30

8.35

$3,831

$77

$1,419

$2,412

$1,082

123%

320

Motel
RECREATION:

room

5.63

ITE 9th Edition

4.34

4.84

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

5.96

1.30

7.75

$3,560

$74

$1,363

$2,197

$1,579

39%

412

General Recreation

acre

2.28

ITE 9th Edition

5.11

5.61

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.32

1.30

4.32

$1,984

$40

$737

$1,247

n/a

n/a

1.62

ITE 9th Edition


(Adjusted)

100%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.36

1.30

3.07

$1,410

$29

$534

$876

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

5.59

1.30

7.27

$3,337

$67

$1,234

$2,103

n/a

n/a

416
420

RV Park

(3)

Marina

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

site
boat berth

2.96

ITE 9th Edition

4.60
6.62

5.10
7.12

Same as LUC 240


Same as LUC 210

D-14

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D4 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RECREATION:
430

Golf Course

hole

35.74

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

67.50

1.30

87.75

$40,294

$805

$14,832

$25,462

$4,272

496%

2.22

2.72

FL Studies

88%

FL Studies

66.04

1.30

85.85

$39,418

$897

$16,527

$22,891

$9,164

150%

444

Movie Theater

screen

106.63

Blend ITE 6th & FL


Studies

492

Health Club
INSTITUTIONS:

1,000 sf

32.93

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

94%

FL Studies

50.53

1.30

65.69

$30,166

$614

$11,313

$18,853

n/a

n/a

520

Elementary School (Private)

student

1.29

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

80%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.41

1.30

1.83

$840

$17

$313

$527

$61

764%

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.99

1.30

2.59

$1,186

$25

$461

$725

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.10

1.30

2.73

$1,252

$26

$479

$773

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.78

1.30

4.91

$2,255

$45

$829

$1,426

n/a

n/a

522

Middle School (Private)

student

1.62

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

530

High School (Private)

student

1.71

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

540

University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)


(Private)

student

2.00

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

550

University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)


(Private)

560
565
610

Church

1,000 sf

Day Care Center

1,000 sf

Hospital

620

Nursing Home

630

Clinic
OFFICE:
General Office 50,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

(4)

(4)

General Office 50,001-100,000 sq ft


710

student

1.50

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.83

1.30

3.68

$1,691

$34

$626

$1,065

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

10.14

1.30

13.18

$6,051

$127

$2,340

$3,711

$544

582%

73%

FL Studies

33.77

1.30

43.90

$20,156

$466

$8,586

$11,570

$1,500

671%

21.36

1.30

27.77

$12,752

$255

$4,698

$8,054

unit change

n/a

9.11

ITE 9th Edition

3.90

4.40

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

71.88

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.03

2.53

FL Studies

13.22

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

77%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.59

3.09

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

2.02

1.30

2.63

$1,204

$27

$497

$707

$194

264%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies

93%

FL Studies

49.95

1.30

64.94

$29,815

$608

$11,202

$18,613

$1,880

890%

bed

2.76

1,000 sf

33.22

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies
Blend ITE 9th & FL
Studies

1,000 sf

15.50

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

23.28

1.30

30.26

$16,213

$283

$5,214

$10,999

$3,728

195%

1,000 sf

13.13

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

19.72

1.30

25.64

$13,734

$240

$4,422

$9,312

$2,300

305%

General Office 100,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

11.12

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

16.70

1.30

21.71

$11,631

$203

$3,740

$7,891

$1,958

303%

General Office 200,001-400,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

9.41

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

14.13

1.30

18.37

$9,843

$172

$3,169

$6,674

$1,958

241%

General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft

1,000 sf

8.54

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

12.83

1.30

16.68

$8,933

$156

$2,874

$6,059

$1,958

209%

715

Single Tenant Office Building

1,000 sf

11.65

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

17.50

1.30

22.75

$12,186

$213

$3,924

$8,262

$2,005

312%

720

Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

23.83

FL Studies

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

37.31

1.30

48.50

$25,986

$451

$8,309

$17,677

$6,262

182%

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

54.37

1.30

70.68

$37,861

$657

$12,105

$25,756

$6,262

311%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

25.90

1.30

33.67

$15,463

$347

$6,393

$9,070

$2,807

223%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

29.18

1.30

37.93

$17,417

$391

$7,204

$10,213

$3,384

202%

(4)

720

Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft


RETAIL:

1,000 sf

34.72

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

813

Discount Superstore

1,000 sf

50.82

ITE 9th Edition

815

Discount Store; Free-Standing

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

57.24

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

D-15

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D4 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RETAIL:
Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less

820

(4)

Shopping Center 50,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

(4)

Shopping Center 200,001-400,000 sq ft

Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft


841

(4)

New/Used Auto Sales

1,000 sfgla

86.56

ITE 9th equation

1.87

2.37

TL Regression

56%

FL Curve

28.73

1.30

37.35

$17,153

$404

$7,443

$9,710

$1,565

520%

1,000 sfgla

53.28

ITE 9th equation

2.40

2.90

TL Regression

67%

FL Curve

27.16

1.30

35.31

$16,212

$364

$6,706

$9,506

$3,181

199%

1,000 sfgla

41.80

ITE 9th equation

2.64

3.14

TL Regression

73%

FL Curve

25.54

1.30

33.20

$15,244

$337

$6,209

$9,035

$5,504

64%

1,000 sfgla

36.27

ITE 9th equation

2.87

3.37

TL Regression

76%

FL Curve

25.08

1.30

32.60

$14,970

$326

$6,006

$8,964

$5,504

63%

28.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

79%

FL Studies

32.54

1.30

42.30

$19,426

$400

$7,370

$12,056

$4,482

169%

1.51

2.01

FL Studies

28%

FL Studies

103.89

1.30

135.06

$62,015

$1,533

$28,245

$33,770

$7,581

346%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

21.31

1.30

27.70

$12,719

$285

$5,251

$7,468

$2,498

199%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

15.67

1.30

20.37

$9,354

$210

$3,869

$5,485

$2,095

162%

56%

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

14.95

1.30

19.44

$8,925

$210

$3,869

$5,056

$2,692

88%

1,000 sf

853

Convenience Market w/Gasoline

1,000 sf

775.14

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

857

Discount Club

1,000 sf

41.80

ITE 9th Edition

862
863

Home Improvement Superstore


Electronics Superstore

880/
881

Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive-Thru

890

Furniture Store

912

Bank/Savings Drive-In

1,000 sf

30.74

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

45.04

ITE 9th Edition

1.87

2.37

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

1,000 sf

95.96

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.08

2.58

FL Studies

32%

FL Studies

20.25

1.30

26.33

$12,086

$278

$5,122

$6,964

$5,269

32%

1,000 sf

5.06

ITE 9th Edition

6.09

6.59

FL Studies

54%

FL Studies

5.27

1.30

6.85

$3,149

$63

$1,161

$1,988

$605

229%

159.34

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.46

2.96

FL Studies

46%

FL Studies

57.16

1.30

74.31

$34,119

$762

$14,039

$20,080

$15,850

27%

3.14

3.64

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

69.82

1.30

90.77

$41,680

$897

$16,527

$25,153

$10,752

134%

1,000 sf

1,000 sf

931

Quality Restaurant

1,000 sf

91.10

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

932

High-Turn Over Restaurant

1,000 sf

116.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.17

3.67

FL Studies

71%

FL Studies

83.19

1.30

108.15

$49,659

$1,067

$19,659

$30,000

$7,790

285%

511.00

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.05

2.55

FL Studies

58%

FL Studies

192.60

1.30

250.38

$114,971

$2,655

$48,917

$66,054

$9,389

604%

31.43

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.62

4.12

FL Studies

72%

FL Studies

25.97

1.30

33.76

$15,501

$328

$6,043

$9,458

n/a

n/a

157.33

ITE 9th Edition


(944 & 946 Blend)

1.90

2.40

FL Studies

23%

FL Studies

21.79

1.30

28.33

$13,010

$305

$5,619

$7,391

$1,511

389%

service bay

43.94

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.18

2.68

FL Studies

68%

FL Studies

20.65

1.30

26.85

$12,326

$281

$5,177

$7,149

$6,455

11%

934
942
944/
946

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive-Thru


Automobile Care Center
Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
fuel pos.

947

Self-Service Car Wash


INDUSTRIAL:

110

General Light Industrial

1,000 sf

6.97

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

10.47

1.30

13.61

$7,291

$127

$2,340

$4,951

$1,208

310%

120

General Heavy Industrial

1,000 sf

1.50

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

2.25

1.30

2.93

$1,569

$27

$497

$1,072

$1,162

-8%

140

Manufacturing

1,000 sf

3.82

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.74

1.30

7.46

$3,996

$70

$1,290

$2,706

$1,162

133%

150

Warehousing

1,000 sf

3.56

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.35

1.30

6.96

$3,724

$65

$1,198

$2,526

$860

194%

2.15

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.60

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

92%

Same as LUC 710

1.94

1.30

2.52

$1,354

$25

$461

$893

$433

106%

151

Mini-Warehouse

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3.10

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Table D4 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

92%

Same as LUC 710

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

1.30

3.28

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

$1,757

$31

$571

$1,186

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

INDUSTRIAL:
152

1)
2)
3)
4)

High-Cube Warehouse

1,000 sf

1.68

ITE 9th Edition

2.52

n/a

n/a

Net VMT calculated as ((Trip Generation Rate* Trip Length* % New Trips)*(1-Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor)/2). This reflects the unit of vehicle miles of capacity consumed per unit of development and is multiplied by the cost per vehicle
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Fees shown for Zone 7
The ITE 9th Edition trip generation rate was adjusted to reflect the average occupancy rate of 60 percent based on data provided by the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
The trip generation rates recommended for the offices and shopping centers use the end-point regression value

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NOTE: Every reasonable effort has been made to assure the accuracy of this map. Hillsborough County does not
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either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
MOBILITY FEE STUDY
DRAFT REPORT
March 4, 2016

Prepared for:
Hillsborough County Public Works
601 E. Kennedy Blvd, 22nd Floor
Tampa, Florida 33602
ph (813) 307-1868
fax (813) 272-5811
Prepared by:
Tindale Oliver
1000 N. Ashley Drive, Suite 400
Tampa, Florida, 33602
ph (813) 224-8862
fax (813) 226-2106
E-mail: nkamp@tindaleoliver.com
603013-00.15

DRAFT
Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................

DEMAND COMPONENT................................................................................................

Travel Demand ........................................................................................................

Interstate & Toll Facility Discount Factor ...............................................................

Conversion of Vehicle-Trips to Person-Trips ..........................................................

COST COMPONENT ......................................................................................................

City/County Roadway Cost .....................................................................................

State Roadway Cost ................................................................................................

10

Summary of Costs (Blended Cost Analysis) ............................................................

12

Person-Miles of Capacity Added per Lane Mile (Roadways) ..................................

13

Cost per Person-Mile of Capacity Added (Roadways) ............................................

14

Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Costs ......................................................................

15

Transit Capital Cost per Person-Mile of Travel .......................................................

15

CREDIT COMPONENT ...................................................................................................

17

Gasoline Tax Equivalent Credit ...............................................................................

17

Present Worth Variables .........................................................................................

18

Fuel Efficiency .........................................................................................................

18

Effective Days per Year ...........................................................................................

19

FEE DISTRICTS ANALYSIS ..............................................................................................

20

CALCULATED MOBILITY FEE SCHEDULE ........................................................................

22

Mobility Fee Calculation .........................................................................................

24

Mobility Fee Comparison ........................................................................................

24

BENEFIT DISTRICT ANALYSIS ........................................................................................

27

Appendix A: Demand Component Calculations


Appendix B: Cost Component Calculations
Appendix C:

Credit Component Calculations

Appendix D: Mobility Fee Schedule

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Introduction
Hillsborough Countys transportation impact fee schedule was initially adopted in 1985, and
updated in 1989. Since then, there has been no major update or significant changes in the
transportation impact fee rates. Hillsborough County has retained Tindale Oliver to prepare
an update study to reflect changes to the cost, credit, and demand components since 1989.
The County is interested in converting the current roadway-based transportation impact fee
to a mobility fee. A mobility fee shares the same basic principles as a road impact fee except
that it provides additional flexibility to fund capital infrastructure for transit, bicycle, and
pedestrian facilities, in addition to roads, therefore recouping costs associated with new
developments impact to the entire transportation system (excluding rail, interstates, and toll
facilities).
Per Florida Statutes, by transitioning to a mobility fee, the County will no longer require
transportation concurrency at site-plan review stage.
This report consists of the following sections:

Demand Component

Cost Component

Credit Component

Fee District Analysis

Mobility Fee Calculation

Mobility Fee Comparison

Benefit District Analysis

Methodology
The methodology used for the mobility fee study follows a consumption-driven approach in
which new development is charged based upon the proportion of person-miles of travel
(PMT) that each unit of new development is expected to consume of a lane-mile of the
transportation network. The use of PMT is one of the primary differences from the current
methodology which uses vehicle-miles of travel (VMT) to calculate the transportation impact
fee. A consumption-based fee charges new growth the proportionate share of the cost of
providing additional infrastructure available for use by new growth. In addition, per legal
requirements, a credit is subtracted from the total cost to account for the value of future tax
contributions of the new development toward any capacity expansion projects through other

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revenue sources. Contributions used to calculate the credit component include estimates of
future non-impact fee/mobility fee revenues generated by the new development that will be
used toward capacity expansion projects. In other words, case law requires that the new
development should not be charged twice for the same service.
The mobility fees developed in this report assess a proportionate share cost for the entire
transportation network in the county, including classified County and State roadways, with
the exception of local/neighborhood roads. Generally, neighborhood roads are the
obligation of the developer and are part of the site/subdivision approvals.
Legal Standard Overview
In Florida, legal requirements related to impact fees have primarily been established through
case law since the 1980s. Generally speaking, impact fees must comply with the dual
rational nexus test, which requires that they:

Be supported by a study demonstrating that the fees are proportionate in amount to


the need created by new development paying the fee; and

Be spent in a manner that directs a proportionate benefit to new development,


typically accomplished through establishment of benefit districts and a list of capacityadding projects included in the Countys Capital Improvement Plan, Capital
Improvement Element, or another planning document/Master Plan.

In 2006, the Florida legislature passed the Florida Impact Fee Act, which recognized impact
fees as an outgrowth of home rule power of a local government to provide certain services
within its jurisdiction. 163.31801(2), Fla. Stat. The statute concerned with mostly
procedural and methodological limitations did not expressly allow or disallow any particular
public facility type from being funded with impact fees. The Act did specify procedural and
methodological prerequisites, such as the requirement of the fee being based on most recent
and localized data, a 90-day requirement for fee changes, and other similar requirements,
most of which were common to the practice already.
More recent legislation further affected the impact fee framework in Florida, including the
following:

HB 227 in 2009: The Florida legislation statutorily clarified that in any action
challenging an impact fee, the government has the burden of proving by a

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preponderance of the evidence that the imposition or amount of the fee meets the
requirements of state legal precedent or the Impact Fee Act and that the court may
not use a deferential standard.

SB 360 in 2009: Allowed fees to be decreased without the 90-day notice period
required to increase the fees and purported to change the standard of legal review
associated with impact fees. SB 360 also required the Florida Department of
Community Affairs (now the Department of Economic Opportunity) and Florida
Department of Transportation (FDOT) to conduct studies on mobility fees, which
were completed in 2010.

HB 7207 in 2011: Required a dollar-for-dollar credit, for purposes of concurrency


compliance, for impact fees paid and other concurrency mitigation required. The
payment must be reduced by the percentage share the projects traffic represents of
the added capacity of the selected improvement (up to a maximum of 20 percent or
to an amount specified by ordinance, whichever results in a higher credit).

HB 319 in 2013: Applied mostly to concurrency management authorities, but also


encouraged local governments to adopt alternative mobility systems using a series of
tools identified in section 3180(5)(f), Florida Statutes, including:
1. Adoption of long-term strategies to facilitate development patterns that
support multi-modal solutions, including urban design, and appropriate land use
mixes, including intensity and density.
2. Adoption of an area-wide level of service not dependent on any single road
segment function.
3. Exempting or discounting impacts of locally desired development, such as
development in urban areas, redevelopment, job creation, and mixed use on the
transportation system.
4. Assigning secondary priority to vehicle mobility and primary priority to ensuring
a safe, comfortable, and attractive pedestrian environment, with convenient
interconnection to transit.
5. Establishing multimodal level of service standards that rely primarily on nonvehicular modes of transportation where existing or planned community design
will provide adequate level of mobility.
6. Reducing impact fees or local access fees to promote development within urban
areas, multimodal transportation districts, and a balance of mixed-use
development in certain areas or districts, or for affordable or workforce housing.

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Also, under HB 319, a mobility fee funding system expressly must comply with the dual
rational nexus test applicable to traditional impact fees. Furthermore, any mobility fee
revenues collected must be used to implement the local governments plan, which served as
the basis for the fee. Finally, under HB 319, an alternative mobility system, that is not mobility
feebased, must not impose upon new development any responsibility for funding an existing
transportation deficiency.
The following paragraphs provide further detail on the generally applicable legal standards
applicable here.
Mobility Fee Definition

A mobility fee is a one-time capital charge levied against new development.

A mobility fee is designed to cover the portion of the capital costs of infrastructure
capacity consumed by new development.

The principle purpose of a mobility fee is to assist in funding the implementation of


projects identified in the Capital Improvements Element (CIE) and other capital
improvement programs for the respective facility/service categories.

A mobility fee replaces concurrency at site-plan review stage.

Mobility Fee vs. Tax

A mobility fee is generally regarded as a regulatory function established as a condition


for improving property and is not established for the primary purpose of generating
revenue, as taxes are.

Mobility fee expenditures must convey a proportional benefit to the fee payer. This
is accomplished through the establishment of benefit districts, where fees collected
in a benefit district are spent in the same benefit district. This report established five
mobility fee benefit districts in Hillsborough County.

A mobility fee must be tied to a proportional need for new infrastructure capacity
created by new development.

Included in this document is the necessary support material used in the calculation of the
mobility fee. The general equation used to compute the mobility fee for a given land use is:
[Demand x Cost] Credit = Fee

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The demand for travel placed on the transportation system is expressed in units of PMT (daily
trip generation rate x the trip length x the percent new trips [of total trips] x the person-mile
conversion factor) for each land use contained in the mobility fee schedule. The trip
generation is expressed in terms of average daily rates since new development consumes
trips on a daily basis. The cost of building new capacity typically is expressed in units of dollars
per person-mile or lane-mile of transportation system capacity. The credit is an estimate of
the future non-impact fee revenues generated by new development that are allocated to
transportation system capacity expansion. Thus, the mobility fee is an up front payment
for a portion of the cost associated with the transportation facilities consumed by the
development.
It should be noted that, consistent with the State Impact Fee Act requirements, the
information used to develop the mobility fee schedule was based on the most recent and
localized data available. The input variables used in the fee equation are as follows:
Demand Variables:

Trip generation rate

Trip length

Percent new trips

Vehicle-trips to person-trips factor

Cost Variables:

Roadway cost per lane mile

Roadway capacity per lane mile

Bicycle and pedestrian facilities capital costs

Transit capital cost per person-mile of travel

Credit Variables:

Equivalent gas tax credit (pennies)

Present worth

Fuel efficiency

Effective days per year

A review of the mobility fee variables and corresponding recommendations are presented in
the following sections.

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Demand Component
Travel Demand
The amount of road system consumed by a unit of new land development is calculated using
the following variables and is a measure of the vehicle miles of new travel a unit of
development places on the existing roadway system:

Number of daily trips generated;

Average length of those trips; and

Proportion of travel that is new travel, rather than travel that is already on the
transportation system.

As part of this update, the trip characteristics variables were obtained primarily from two
sources: (1) similar studies conducted throughout Florida (Florida Studies Database) and (2)
the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation reference report (9th edition).
The Florida Trip Characteristics Studies Database is included in Appendix A. This database
was used to determine trip length, percent new trips, and trip rate for some land uses.
Interstate &Toll Facility Discount Factor
This variable was used to recognize that interstate highway and toll facility improvements are
funded by the State (specifically, the Florida Department of Transportation) using earmarked
State and Federal funds. Typically, mobility fees are not used to pay for these improvements
and the portion of travel occurring on the interstate/toll facility system is usually eliminated
from the total travel for each use.
To calculate the interstate and toll (I/T) facility discount factor, the loaded highway network
file was generated for the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Model (TBRPM v8.0). A select link
analysis was run for all traffic analysis zones located within Hillsborough County in order to
differentiate trips with an origin and/or destination within the county versus trips with no
origin or destination within the county.
Currently, interstate and toll facilities in Hillsborough County include I-275, I-75, I-4, the
Suncoast Parkway, the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway and the Veterans Expressway (to Dale
Mabry). The limited access vehicle-miles of travel (Limited Access VMT) for trips with an
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origin and/or destination within County was calculated for the identified limited access
facilities. The total Hillsborough County VMT was calculated for all trips with an origin and/or
destination within County for all roads, including limited access facilities, located within
Hillsborough County.
The I/T discount factor of 36.6 percent was determined by dividing the total limited access
VMT by the total County VMT. By applying this factor to the total County VMT, the reduced
VMT is then representative of only the roadways which are funded by impact/mobility fees.
Appendix A, Table A-1 provides further detail on this calculation.
Conversion of Vehicle-Trips to Person-Trips
In the case of the mobility approach, it is necessary to estimate travel in units of person-miles.
Vehicle-trips were converted to person-trips by applying a vehicle-trip to person-trip
conversion factor of 1.30. This value was derived from a review of the TBRPM v8.0 and
nationwide travel data and vehicle occupancy levels observed in other communities
throughout Florida. Given that a large portion of travel occurs via automobile, this approach
is found to be reasonable.

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Cost Component
Since the Countys current impact fee calculation, which was last updated in 1989, there has
been significant increases in transportation costs. Especially over the past 10 years,
transportation capital costs fluctuated significantly in Florida. Costs increased significantly
between 2005 and 2007 due to additional construction demand caused by hurricanes, the
housing market growth, and other factors. Appreciation in land values also resulted in higher
right-of-way (ROW) costs during the same period. In early 2008, costs started to stabilize and
between 2008 and 2011 most communities experienced a decrease in construction costs,
returning to levels seen before 2005. In 2013/2014, roadway costs started to increase again
in Florida and have continued to increase. Cost information from Hillsborough County, other
Florida Counties, and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) was reviewed to
develop a unit cost for all phases involved in the construction of one lane-mile of roadway
capacity. Additionally, cost information for bicycle/pedestrian and transit facilities was
reviewed and included in the cost component calculations for the mobility fee rate. The
following sections summarize the methodology and findings of the total unit cost analysis for
all modes of travel. Appendix B provides the data and other support information utilized in
these analyses.
County Roadway Cost
This section examines the right-of-way (ROW), construction and other cost components
associated with county roads with respect to transportation capacity expansion
improvements in Hillsborough County. For this purpose, recent bid data for recently
completed/ongoing local projects and recent construction bid data from roadway projects
throughout Florida were used to identify and provide supporting cost data for County
roadway improvements. The cost for each roadway capacity project was separated into four
phases: design, construction/engineering inspection (CEI), ROW, and construction.
Design and CEI
Design costs for county roads were estimated at 12 percent of construction phase costs based
on a review of recently completed and ongoing local improvements and a recent
transportation impact fee studies throughout Florida. Additional detail is included in
Appendix B, Tables B-2 and B-10.

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CEI costs for county roads were estimated at nine (9) percent of construction phase costs
based on a review of recently completed and ongoing local improvements and a review of
recent transportation impact fee studies throughout Florida. Additional detail is included in
Appendix B, Tables B-8 and B-17.
Right-of-Way
The ROW cost reflects the total cost of the acquisitions along a corridor that were necessary
to have sufficient cross-section width to widen an existing road or, in the case of new
construction, to build a new road. A review of recent ROW cost data for Hillsborough County
identified 13 improvements with acquisition data. Using the construction costs for these
improvements, a ROW-to-construction factor was calculated for each improvement, ranging
from 4 to 119 percent, with a weighted average of approximately 44 percent. Based on this
review and discussions with staff, ROW costs were estimated at 50 percent of the county road
construction costs for the mobility fee calculation. The use of a 50 percent ROW factor is
higher than other ROW ratios seen in recent impact fee studies throughout Florida, which
average approximately 41 percent for county roadways. This reflects Countys urban nature,
which results in higher ROW costs compared to other jurisdictions that are not as urbanized.
Additional detail is included in Appendix B, Tables B-4 and B-12.
Construction
The construction cost for county roads was based on a review of local and statewide projects.
A review of recent construction cost data for Hillsborough County identified 13 recent
capacity expansion improvements averaging $3.02 million per lane mile, as shown in
Appendix B, Table B-14.
In addition to local improvements, recent bids from multiple communities throughout the
state were also reviewed. This review included more than 320 lane miles of urban-design
(curb & gutter) roadway improvements from 17 counties and calculated and average cost of
$2.15 million per lane mile. Appendix B, Table B-15 provides a detailed description of the
projects reviewed.
Based on this review and a discussion with staff, a county roadway cost of $3.00 million per
lane mile was used in the mobility fee calculation for county roads with urban-design
characteristics.
To determine the cost per lane mile for county roads with rural-design characteristics (open
drainage), the relationship between urban and rural roadway costs from the FDOT District 7
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Long Range Estimates (LRE)1 was reviewed. Based on these cost estimates, the costs for
roadways with rural-design characteristics were estimated at approximately 77 percent of
the costs for roadways with urban-design characteristics. Additional detail is provided in
Appendix B, Table B-1.
To determine the weighted average cost for county roadways, the cost for urban-design and
rural-design roadways were weighted based on the distribution of urban and rural roadways
included in the Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organizations 2040 Long Range
Transportation Plans Cost Feasible Plan and the Community Transportation Plan (Appendix
B, Table B-19). As shown in Table 1, the weighted average county roadway construction cost
was calculated at approximately $2.90 million per lane mile, with a total weighted average
cost of $4.95 million per lane mile for county roadways.
Table 1
Estimated Total Cost per Lane Mile for County Roads
Cost Phase
Design

Average

(6)

$360,000

$277,000

$348,000

$1,500,000

$1,155,000

$1,448,000

(3)

$3,000,000

$2,310,000

$2,897,000

$270,000

$208,000

$261,000

$5,130,000

$3,950,000

$4,954,000

85%

15%

100%

(4)

Total Cost
Lane Mile Distribution
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)

Weighted

(2)

Right-of-Way
CEI

Urban
Design

(1)

Construction

Cost per Lane Mile


Rural
Design

(5)

Source: Appendix B, Table B-2


Source: Appendix B, Table B-4
Source: Appendix B, Table B-6
Source: Appendix B, Table B-8
Source: Appendix B, Table B-19; Items (c) and (d)
Urban/Rural distribution (Item 5) multiplied by the design, ROW, construction, and CEI
phase costs to develop a weighted average cost per lane mile

State Roadway Cost


This section examines the right-of-way, construction and other cost components associated
with state roads with respect to transportation capacity expansion improvements in
Hillsborough County. For this purpose, recent data from state roadway projects bid in
Hillsborough County and throughout Florida and the FDOTs Long Range Estimates were used
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to identify and provide supporting cost data for state improvements. The cost for each
roadway capacity-expansion project was separated into four phases: design, CEI, ROW, and
construction.
Design and CEI
Design and CEI costs for state roads were each estimated at 11 percent of construction phase
costs based on a review of recent transportation impact fee studies throughout Florida.
Additional detail is provided in Appendix B, Tables B-11 (design) and B-18 (CEI).
Right-of-Way
Given the limited data on ROW costs for state roads in Hillsborough County and based on
experience in other jurisdictions, the ROW cost ratio calculation for county roads was also
applied to state roads. Using this ROW-to-construction ratio of 50 percent, the ROW cost for
state roads with urban design characteristics is approximately $1.50 million per lane mile.
Construction
A review of recent state road capacity improvements in Hillsborough County identified three
historical improvements, as shown in Appendix B, Table B-16:

CR 39/Alexander St from N. of I-4 to N. of Knights Griffin

SR 574 (MLK Jr. Blvd) from W. of Highview Rd to E. of Parsons Ave

SR 41 (US 301) from S. of Tampa Bypass Canal to N. of Fowler Ave

These improvements ranged from approximately $1.16 million per lane mile all the way to
$4.35 million per lane mile for construction, with the two most recent improvements
averaging approximately $4.20 million per lane mile. To increase the sample size, these costs
were compared to costs for state road improvements for several other jurisdiction
throughout the state. Considering 70 improvements with over 340 lane miles, the weighted
average cost per lane mile for state road construction was approximately $3.10 million per
lane mile. Appendix B, Table B-16 provides a detailed description of the projects analyzed.
Based on this review, a state roadway construction cost of $3.00 million per lane mile was
used in the mobility fee calculation.
To determine the cost per lane mile for state roads with rural design characteristics, the
relationship between urban and rural roadway costs for state roadways was reviewed. With
only limited local data available, the recent data from the FDOT District 7 LRE was reviewed.

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Based on these costs estimates, the costs for roadways with rural design characteristics were
estimated to be approximately 77 percent of the costs for roadways with urban design
characteristics. Additional detail is provided in Appendix B, Table B-1.
To determine the weighted average cost for state roadways, the cost for urban-design and
rural-design roadways were weighted based on the distribution of urban and rural roadways
included in the Countys 2040 Long Range Transportation Plans Cost Feasible Plan and the
Community Transportation Plan (Appendix B, Table B-19). As shown in Table 2, the weighted
average county roadway construction cost was calculated at approximately $2.90 million per
lane mile, with a total weighted average cost of $4.98 million per lane mile for state roadways.
Table 2
Cost per Lane Mile for State Roads
Urban
Design

Cost Phase
Design

(1)

Right-of-Way
Construction
CEI

(2)

(3)

(4)

Total Cost
Lane Mile Distribution
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)

Cost per Lane Mile


Rural
Design

Weighted
Average

(6)

$330,000

$254,000

$319,000

$1,500,000

$1,155,000

$1,448,000

$3,000,000

$2,310,000

$2,897,000

$330,000

$254,000

$319,000

$5,160,000

$3,973,000

$4,983,000

85%

15%

100%

(5)

Source: Appendix B, Table B-3


Source: Appendix B, Table B-5
Source: Appendix B, Table B-7
Source: Appendix B, Table B-9
Source: Appendix B, Table B-19; Items (c) and (d)
Urban/Rural distribution (Item 5) multiplied by the design, ROW, construction, and
CEI phase costs to develop a weighted average cost per lane mile

Summary of Costs (Blended Cost Analysis)


The weighted average cost per lane mile for county and state roads is presented in Table 3.
The resulting weighted average cost of approximately $4.96 million per lane mile was utilized
as the roadway cost input in the calculation of the mobility fee schedule. The weighted
average cost per lane mile includes county and state roads and is based on weighting the lane
miles of roadway improvements in the Countys 2040 Long Range Transportation Plans Cost
Feasible Plan and the Community Transportation Plan.

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Table 3
Estimated Cost per Lane Mile for
County and State Roadway Projects in Hillsborough County
(1)

Cost Type

County Roads

Design

(2)

State Roads

County and
(3)

State Roads

$348,000

$319,000

$340,000

Right-of-Way

$1,448,000

$1,448,000

$1,448,000

Construction

$2,897,000

$2,897,000

$2,897,000

$261,000

$319,000

$277,000

$4,954,000

$4,983,000

$4,962,000

72%

28%

100%

CEI
Total
Lane Mile Distribution

(4)

1) Source: Table 1
2) Source: Table 2
3) Lane mile distribution (Item 4) multiplied by the design, ROW, construction, and
CEI phase costs by jurisdiction to develop a weighted average cost per lane mile
4) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19; Items (a) and (b)

Person-Miles of Capacity Added per Lane Mile (Roadways)


An additional component of the transportation fee equation is the capacity added per lane
mile (also known as the maximum service volume added per mile) of roadway constructed.
To calculate the vehicle-miles of capacity (VMC) per lane mile of constructed future roadway,
an analysis of the Hillsborough County 2040 Long Range Transportation Plans Cost Feasible
Plan and the Community Transportation Plan (see Appendix B, Table B-19) was conducted to
review improvements that will be built in Hillsborough County in the future. As shown in
Table 4, the VMC was then converted to person-miles of capacity (PMC) using the person-trip
factor (1.30 persons per vehicle) previously discussed.

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Table 4
Weighted Average Capacity Added per Lane Mile
Lane Mile

Source

(1)

Added

VehicleMiles of
(1)

Capacity Added

VMC Added VehicleTrip to PMC Added


per Lane
PersonTrip
per Lane
Mile

(2)

(3)

Factor

Mile

(4)

County Roads

98.06

891,447

9,091

1.30

11,818

State Roads

38.32

398,156

10,390

1.30

13,507

Total

136.38

1,289,603
(5)

Weighted Average VMC Added per Lane Mile


9,500
1.30
12,350
1) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19
2) Vehicle-miles of capacity added (Item 2) divided by lane mile added (Item 1)
3) Source: Based on a review of the transportation model, nation-wide vehicle occupancy data, and peer
jurisdictions
4) VMC added per lane mile (Item 3) multiplied by the vehicle-trip to person-trip factor (Item 4)
5) Total vehicles miles of capacity added for city/county and state roads (Item 2) divided by the total lane miles
added (Item 1)

Cost per Person-Mile of Capacity Added (Roadways)


The transportation cost per unit of development is assessed based on the cost per personmile of capacity. As shown in Tables 3 and 4, the cost and capacity for roadways in
Hillsborough County have been calculated based on typical roadway improvements. As
shown in Table 5, the cost per PMC for travel within County is $401.78.
The cost per PMC figure is used in the transportation fee calculation to determine the total
mobility cost per unit of development based on the person-miles of travel consumed. For
each person-mile of travel that is added to the road system, approximately $400 of
transportation capacity is consumed.
Table 5
Cost per PersonMile of Capacity Added (Roadways)
Source

Cost per Lane


Mile

(1)

Average PMC
Added per Lane
Mile

(2)

Cost per
PMC

(3)

County Roads

$4,954,000

11,818

$419.19

State Roads

$4,983,000

13,507

$368.92

Weighted Average

$4,962,000

12,350

$401.78

1) Source: Table 3
2) Source: Table 4
3) Cost per lane mile (Item 1) divided by average PMC added per lane mile (Item 2)

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Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility Costs
Bicycle and pedestrian facilities provide for relatively small quantities of the total vehiclemiles of travel due to the difference in the average distance traveled by a car trip versus
pedestrian/bicycle trips. Because of their relatively small role in the urban travel scheme,
they do not have a significant effect on evaluating the costs of providing for mobility.
However, bike and pedestrian facilities are important and provide a source of travel for those
who cannot drive or cannot afford to drive, and they are a standard part of the urban street
and sometimes included in rural roadways. Their costs are included in the standard roadway
cross-sections for which costs are estimated for safety and mobility reasons. Thus, the costs
of these facilities on major roads are included in the mobility fee. The mobility fee provides
funding for only those bike and pedestrian facilities associated with roadways on the
classified road system (excluding local/neighborhood roads), and allows for facilities to be
added to existing classified roadways or included in the construction of a new classified
roadway or lane addition improvement.
Transit Capital Cost per Person-Mile of Travel
A model for transit service and cost was developed to establish both the capital cost per
person-mile of capacity and the system operating characteristics in terms of system coverage,
hours of service, and headways. The model developed for Hillsborough County was based on
information from the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authoritys (HART) Transit
Development Plan. Components of the transit capital cost include:

Vehicle acquisition tied to new routes

Bus stops, shelters, and benches

Cost of road network used by transit vehicles

Transit capital costs are computed as the cost of capital features needed to expand the transit
system, as follows:
Transit Capital Cost = Bus Infrastructure Cost + Road Capacity Cost
Taking into account the infrastructure costs and the decline in potential vehicle-capacity that
comes with adding transit, it was determined that the difference between constructing a lane
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The roadway with transit cost per PMC is less than four (4) percent higher per lane mile than
the cost to simply construct a road without transit amenities. Therefore, for the mobility fee
calculation, the cost per PMC of approximately $400 is representative of the cost to provide
transportation capacity for all modes of travel. Additional information regarding the transit
capital cost calculation is included in Appendix B, Table B-20.

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Credit Component
Gasoline Tax Equivalent Credit
The present value of the portion of gasoline taxes generated by new development over a 25year period that is expected to be expended on capacity expansion projects was credited
against the cost of the system consumed by travel associated with new development.
County
As show in Table 6, Hillsborough County spends the equivalent of 5.3 pennies on
transportation capacity-expansion projects funded with non-impact fee revenues. In
addition, the County receives an equivalent credit of 3.4 pennies for debt service associated
with transportation capacity improvements.
An additional revenue credit option was developed to reflect the increased transportation
capacity funding that would become available if the proposed 0.5 percent local option sales
tax is passed in Hillsborough County. Based on the current project list and projected
revenues, this would increase the revenue credit by 14.4 equivalent pennies.
State
As show in Table 6, State expenditures on state roads were reviewed, and a credit for the
capacity-expansion portion attributable to state projects was estimated (excluding
expenditures on limited access facilities). The review, which included 10 years of historical
expenditures, as well as 5 years of planned expenditures, indicated that FDOT spending
generates an equivalent gas tax credit of 11.9 pennies of gas tax revenue annually. The use
of a 15-year period for developing a State credit results in a reasonably stable credit for
Hillsborough County, since it accounts for the volatility in FDOT spending in the county over
short time periods.
In summary, Hillsborough County contributes approximately 8.7 pennies with the potential
to increase this contribution to 23.0 total pennies with the adoption of the additional sales
tax. FDOT is spending gas tax revenues at an average of 11.9 equivalent pennies for state
transportation projects in Hillsborough County. Therefore, a total of 20.6 pennies (without
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to recognize the future capital revenue that is expected to be generated by new development
from all non-impact fee revenues, as shown in Table 6.
Table 6
Equivalent Pennies of Gas Tax Revenue
Equivalent Pennies per Gallon
w/o Sales Tax
w/Sales Tax

Credit
County Revenues

(1)

County Debt Service


County Sales Tax
State Revenues

(2)

(3)

(4)

Total
1)
2)
3)
4)

$0.053

$0.053

$0.034

$0.034

$0.144

$0.119

$0.119

$0.206

$0.350

Source: Appendix C, Table C-2


Source: Appendix C, Table C-3
Source: Appendix C, Table C-4
Source: Appendix C, Table C-5

Present Worth Variables


Facility Life
The facility life used in the mobility fee analysis is 25 years, which represents the reasonable
life of a roadway.
Interest Rate
This is the discount rate at which gasoline tax revenues might be bonded. It is used to
compute the present value of the gasoline taxes generated by new development. The
discount rate of 2.5 percent was used in the mobility fee calculation based on information
obtained from Hillsborough County.
Fuel Efficiency
The fuel efficiency (i.e., the average miles traveled per gallon of fuel consumed) of the fleet
of motor vehicles was estimated using the quantity of gasoline consumed by travel associated
with a particular land use.
Appendix C, Table C-12 documents the calculation of the fuel efficiency value based on the
following equation, where VMT is vehicle miles of travel and MPG is fuel efficiency in
terms of miles per gallon.

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VMTVehicle Type

Fuel Efficiency VMTRoadway Type


MPGVehicle Type

Roadway Type
The methodology uses non-interstate VMT and average fuel efficiency data for passenger
vehicles (i.e., passenger cars and other 2-axle, 4-tire vehicles, such as vans, pickups, and SUVs)
and large trucks (i.e., single-unit, 2-axle, 6-tire or more trucks and combination trucks) to
calculate the total gallons of fuel used by each of these vehicle types.
The combined total VMT for the vehicle types is then divided by the combined total gallons
of fuel consumed to calculate, in effect, a weighted fuel efficiency value that appropriately
accounts for the existing fleet mix of traffic on non-interstate roadways. The VMT and
average fuel efficiency data were obtained from the most recent Highway Statistics 2014
(Federal Highway Administration). Based on the calculation completed in Appendix C, Table
C-12, the fuel efficiency rate to be used in the updated mobility fee equation is 18.18 miles
per gallon.
Effective Days per Year
An effective 365 days per year of operation was assumed for all land uses in the proposed
fee. However, this will not be the case for all land uses since some uses operate only on
weekdays (e.g., office buildings) and/or only seasonally (e.g., schools). The use of 365 days
per year, therefore, provides a conservative estimate, ensuring that gasoline taxes are
adequately credited against the fee.

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Fee District Analysis
Currently, Hillsborough County has 10 transportation impact fee assessment zones. Each
zone has a different fee rate for each land use in the impact fee schedule. The proposed
mobility fee will have two different schedules: one for development within the Urban Service
Area (USA) and the other for development outside of the USA. The fees in the USA are based
on the adopted level-of-service (LOS) standard2. Currently, on average, the roadways outside
of the USA are performing significantly better than the adopted LOS standard and in an effort
to maintain this higher level of performance, a differential capacity option was developed.
To create a transportation capacity differential, a review of the current volume-to-capacity
(V/C) ratio of all county and state roadways in Hillsborough was conducted. Figures 1 and 2
illustrate the distribution of roadway VMT based on each road segments current V/C ratio.
Figure 1 illustrates all of those segments within the USA (urban district) and Figure 2
illustrates those segments outside of the USA (rural district). As shown, the rural area
roadways have a much lower V/C ratio, indicating that those segments are less congested.
Figure 1: Percent of VMT by V/C Ratio (Inside Urban Service Area)
18.0%
16.0%
14.0%
12.0%
10.0%
8.0%
6.0%
4.0%
2.0%
0.0%
0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 2.0 2.0+

Source: Hillsborough County MPO, 2014 Level of Service Report

House Bill 319 emphasizes the adoption of an area-wide level-of-service not dependent on any single roadway segment
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Figure 2: Percent of VMT by V/C Ratio (Outside Urban Service Area)
18.0%
16.0%
14.0%
12.0%
10.0%
8.0%
6.0%
4.0%
2.0%
0.0%
0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 2.0 2.0+

Source: Hillsborough County MPO, 2014 Level of Service Report

Within the USA, new development will be charged for their fair-share of travel added with
the adopted roadway LOS standard. Recognizing the higher quality of service currently
provided in the rural area, the County could elect to charge a higher fee outside of the USA
in an effort to preserve this higher LOS.
Based on the average V/C ratio achieved in the rural zone (0.6), as compared to the urban
zone (0.8), the capacity adjustment would need to be approximately 25 percent. Therefore,
the rural area person-miles of capacity added per lane mile would be reduced to
approximately 9,263. However, this reduction would only be applied to residential, office,
and industrial land uses. These land uses generally demand the longer trip lengths and
receive significant benefit from the high service levels, whereas retail uses attract more local
travel with shorter trip lengths and the benefit they receive is more limited. Therefore, the
retail uses are estimated to receive a capacity decrease of 12.5 percent.

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Calculated Mobility Fee Schedule
The mobility fee calculations for each land use are included in Appendix D, which includes the
major land use categories and the mobility fees for the individual land uses contained in each
of the major categories. For each land use, Appendix D illustrates the following:

Demand component variables (trip rate, trip length, percent new trips, and persontrip factor);

Total mobility cost

Annual gas tax credit

Present value of the gas tax credit

Net mobility fee

Current Hillsborough County transportation impact fee

Percent difference between the calculated fee and the current impact fee

It should be noted that the net mobility fee illustrated in Appendix D is not necessarily a
recommended fee, but instead represents a technically documented mobility fee per unit of
land use that could be charged in Hillsborough County.
For clarification purposes, it may be useful to walk through the calculation of a mobility fee
one of the land use categories. In the following example, the net mobility fee rate is
calculated for the single-family residential land use category (ITE LUC 210) using information
from the proposed impact fee schedule included in Appendix D, Table D-1. For each land use
category, the following equations are utilized to calculate the net mobility fee:
Net Mobility Fee = Total Mobility Cost Gas Tax Credit
Where:
Total Mobility Cost = ([Trip Rate x Assessable Trip Length x % New Trips] / 2) x (1
Interstate/Toll Facility Discount Factor) x (Person-Trip Factor) * (Cost per Person-Mile of
Capacity)
Gas Tax Credit = Present Value (Annual Gas Tax), given a 2.5% interest rate & a 25-year
facility life

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Annual Gas Tax = ([Trip Rate x Total Trip Length x % New Trips] / 2) x (Effective Days per
Year x $/Gallon to Capital) / Fuel Efficiency
Each of the inputs has been discussed previously in this document; however, for purposes of
this example, brief definitions for each input are provided in the following paragraphs, along
with the actual inputs used in the calculation of the fee for the single-family detached
residential (1,500-2,499 sf) land use category:

Trip Rate = the average daily trip generation rate, in vehicle-trips/day (7.81)

Assessable Trip Length = the actual average trip length for the category, in vehicle-miles
(6.62)

Total Trip Length = the assessable trip length plus an adjustment factor of half a mile,
which is added to the trip length to account for the fact that gas taxes are collected for
travel on all roads including local roads (6.62 + 0.50 = 7.12)

% New Trips = adjustment factor to account for trips that are already on the roadway
(100%)

Divide by 2 = the total daily miles of travel generated by a particular category (i.e.,
rate*length*% new trips) is divided by two to prevent the double-counting of travel
generated among land use codes since every trip has an origin and a destination

Person-Trip Factor = Converts vehicle-miles of travel to person-miles of travel (1.30)

Interstate/Toll Facility Discount Factor = discount factor to account for the travel
demand occurring on interstate highways and/or toll facilities (36.6%)

Cost per Person-Mile of Capacity = unit of person-miles of capacity consumed per unit
of development ($401.78)

Effective Days per Year = 365 days

$/Gallon to Capital = the amount of gas tax revenue per gallon of fuel that is used for
capital improvements, in $/gallon ($0.206)

Fuel Efficiency = average fuel efficiency of vehicles, in vehicle-miles/gallon (18.18)

Present Value = calculation of the present value of a uniform series of cash flows, gas
tax payments in this case, given an interest rate, i, and a number of periods, n; for
2.5% interest and a 25-year facility life, the uniform series present worth factor is
18.4244

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Mobility Fee Calculation
Using these inputs, a net mobility fee can be calculated for the single-family residential (1,5002,499 sf) detached land use category, for the urban area, with no sales tax credit:
Total Mobility Cost = ([7.81 * 6.62 * 1.0] /2) * (1 0.366) * 1.30 * ($401.78) = $8,561
Annual Gas Tax = ([7.81 * 7.12 * 1.0] /2) * 365 * ($0.206 /18.18) = $115
Revenue Credit = $115 * 18.4244 = $2,119
Net Mobility Fee = $8,561 - $2,100 = $6,442
Mobility Fee Comparison
As part of the work effort in developing Hillsborough County mobility fee program, a
comparison of calculated fees to mobility/multi-modal/roadway impact fee schedules
adopted in other jurisdictions was completed, as shown in Tables 7a and 7b.
It should be noted that the differences in fee levels for a given land use can be caused by
several factors, including the year of the technical study, adoption percentage, study
methodology including variations in costs, credits and travel demand, land use categories
included in the fee schedule, etc.

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Table 7a
Mobility Fee Comparison
(2)

Land Use

Unit

No Sales Tax
(3)

Date of Last Update


(1)

Assessed Portion of Calculated


Residential:
Single Family Detached (2,000 sq ft)
Non-Residential:
Light Industrial
Office (50,000 sq ft)
Retail (125,000 sq ft)
Bank w/Drive-In
Fast Food w/Drive-Thru
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)

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(5)

(8)

(7)

(6)

Urban
2016

Rural
2016

Urban
2016

Rural
2016

100%

100%

100%

100%

Existing

Pinellas

Polk

Pasco County

(9)

1985

Urban
2014

Suburban
2014

Rural
2014

100%

100%

100%

100%

(10)

County

County

2015

1990

50%

n/a

du

$6,442

$9,295

$4,968

$7,821

$1,475

$5,835

$8,570

$9,800

$1,077

$2,066

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
1,000 sf
1,000 sf
1,000 sf

$4,086
$9,083
$10,242
$21,582
$71,802

$5,909
$13,136
$12,269
$25,846
$86,174

$3,128
$6,946
$7,479
$15,816
$51,682

$4,951
$10,999
$9,506
$20,080
$66,054

$994
$2,326
$3,352
$13,043
$7,726

$0
$0
$5,641
$12,730
$40,950

$0
$0
$7,051
$14,384
$46,712

$0
$0
$8,813
$15,582
$50,978

$333
$1,118
$1,904
$1,904
$1,904

$1,414
$2,767
$3,627
$2,975
$19,599

Represents that portion of the maximum calculated fee for each respective county that is actually charged. Fees may have been lowered through indexing or policy discounts. Does not account for moratoriums/suspensions
Du = dwelling unit
Source: Appendix D, Table D-1
Source: Appendix D, Table D-2
Source: Appendix D, Table D-3
Source: Appendix D, Table D-4
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Average of 10 Impact Fee Zones
Source: Pasco County Central Planning Department
Source: Polk County Planning and Development
Source: Pinellas County Building Services; General County Fees

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Table 7b
Mobility Fee Comparison (continued)
(2)

Land Use

Unit

No Sales Tax
(3)

Date of Last Update


(1)

Assessed Portion of Calculated


Residential:
Single Family Detached (2,000 sq ft)
Non-Residential:
Light Industrial
Office (50,000 sq ft)
Retail (125,000 sq ft)
Bank w/Drive-In
Fast Food w/Drive-Thru
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)

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(4)

(5)

(7)

(6)

Urban
2016

Rural
2016

Urban
2016

Rural
2016

100%

100%

100%

100%

Manatee

Hernando

(8)

(9)

Citrus
(10)

Orange
(11)

Collier
(12)

Existing

County

County

County

County

County

1985

2011

2013

2014

2012

2015

100%

100%

44%

50%

56%

100%

du

$6,442

$9,295

$4,968

$7,821

$1,475

$3,981

$2,537

$1,697

$3,830

$7,017

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
1,000 sf
1,000 sf
1,000 sf

$4,086
$9,083
$10,242
$21,582
$71,802

$5,909
$13,136
$12,269
$25,846
$86,174

$3,128
$6,946
$7,479
$15,816
$51,682

$4,951
$10,999
$9,506
$20,080
$66,054

$994
$2,326
$3,352
$13,043
$7,726

$776
$1,823
$7,152
$7,152
$7,152

$1,611
$3,031
$3,769
$8,514
$34,795

$584
$1,687
$1,248
$1,248
$1,248

$2,126
$5,474
$5,362
$11,288
$37,636

$5,373
$9,661
$13,531
$27,300
$91,028

Represents that portion of the maximum calculated fee for each respective county that is actually charged. Fees may have been lowered through indexing or policy discounts. Does not account for moratoriums/suspensions
Du = dwelling unit
Source: Appendix D, Table D-1
Source: Appendix D, Table D-2
Source: Appendix D, Table D-3
Source: Appendix D, Table D-4
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Average of 10 Impact Fee Zones
Source: Manatee County Impact Fee Administration; Residential impact fee is average of three bedroom options
Source: Hernando County Development Department; Fees currently suspended through February 29, 2016
Source: Citrus County Planning and Development Department; County-wide rates; Fees currently suspended through January 13, 2017
Source: Orange County Planning and Development; Average of AMA and Non-AMA districts
Source: Collier County Impact Fee Administration

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Benefit District Analysis
Currently, Hillsborough County has 10 transportation impact fee assessment zones, as
outlined in Article 9, Section A.17 of the Hillsborough County Consolidated Impact
Assessment Program Ordinance (see Map 1). These assessment zones also serve as the
Countys impact fee benefit zones. Assessment zones dictate the amount of the impact fee
charged to each new development while the benefit zones dictate where impact fee revenues
can be spent to ensure that fee payers receive the associated benefit. Typically, boundaries
for benefit districts are based on land uses, growth rates, major roadway boundaries, and
major geographical/environmental boundaries.
In recent years, Counties have started to transition to impact/mobility fee programs with
fewer benefit districts, with many having no more than three districts. Fewer districts creates
a simpler administrative process and also creates larger pools of money that can be used to
fund large-scale improvements in a shorter time-frame than if there were many small districts
while still meeting the legal requirement of dual-rational nexus.
As part of this mobility fee study, the existing transportation impact fee zones were reviewed
to determine if a realignment was needed as the County shifts to a mobility fee. This review
included a review of the historical impact fee revenue collections by district in addition to the
following factors:

Preservation (non-developable) land to identify the Countys activity areas

Natural geographic boundaries (i.e, rivers, lakes)

Urban Services Area (USA) Boundary

Municipal boundaries

Location of roadway improvements in the Countys 5-year plan

Location of roadway improvements in the Countys long range transportation plan

Intra/Inter-district and regional travel patterns

Map 2 illustrates the five mobility fee benefit districts recommended for Hillsborough County.
These recommended districts strike a balance between creating larger revenue pools to get
projects funded while still proving benefit to the fee payers within the district.

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Map 1: Transportation Impact Fee Benefit Zones

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Map 2: Recommended Mobility Fee Benefit Districts

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Table 8 provides a summary of the inter- and intra-district travel characteristics of the five
proposed mobility fee districts. This summary includes travel between the proposed districts
and the cities of Tampa, Temple Terrace, and Plant City.

District 1 45% of the travel stays within the district and 48% goes into Tampa

District 2 46% of the travel stays within the district and 29% goes into Tampa

District 3 30% of the travel stays within the district, 25% goes into Plant City, and
23% goes into District 2

District 4 49% of the travel stays within the district and 21% goes into District 3

District 5 25% of the travel stays within the district and 41% goes into District 5
Table 8
Travel between Mobility Benefit Districts (including Cities)
District:
District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5
District 1
592,692
57,411
13,250
13,705
3,517
D1 % County
44.6%
4.4%
3.1%
2.1%
2.3%
Avg Trip Length
3.93
14.31
19.24
28.93
36.44
District 2
57,411 598,701
98,244 136,792
21,736
D3 % County
4.3%
45.7%
23.1%
20.8%
14.3%
Avg Trip Length
14.31
3.98
9.07
12.54
18.37
District 3
13,250
98,244 126,191
9,690
4,234
D4 % County
1.0%
7.5%
29.6%
1.5%
2.8%
Avg Trip Length
19.24
9.07
3.91
24.66
23.84
District 4
13,705 136,792
9,690 323,719
62,330
D5 % County
1.0%
10.4%
2.3%
49.3%
41.1%
Avg Trip Length
28.93
12.54
24.66
4.06
8.26
District 5
3,517
21,736
4,234
62,330
37,295
D6 % County
0.3%
1.7%
1.0%
9.5%
24.6%
Avg Trip Length
36.44
18.37
23.84
8.26
2.74
City/County: District 1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5
Plant City
2,358
19,340 106,764
4,207
3,037
PC % County
0.2%
1.5%
25.1%
0.6%
2.0%
Avg Trip Length
27.37
14.36
5.06
27.89
22.67
Tampa/TT
632,003 373,355
66,518 105,037
19,162
T/TT % County
47.5%
28.5%
15.6%
16.0%
12.6%
Avg Trip Length
7.56
10.05
17.29
21.34
27.81
Hillsb. County 1,329,587 1,309,832 426,163 656,403 151,503
Total % County
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
Avg Trip Length
6.67
7.86
8.66
10.00
12.24
Source: TBRPM 8.0, 2040 Cost Affordable Alternative, April, 2015

Mobility Fee District 1


District 1 shows a clear separation from the rest of the unincorporated County with the City
of Tampa acting as a divider. As shown in Table 8, approximately 47 percent of the traffic
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stays within the District 1 boundaries and approximately 48 percent travels into the City of
Tampa. The Urban Service Area was considered in the creation of this district, but travel
patterns did not support breaking out the portion outside the USA into a separate district.
Mobility Fee Districts 2 and 3
Districts 2 and 3 are comprised of the northeastern portion of the County with the Urban
Service Area serving as the boundary between the districts. To the south, both districts are
bordered by the Alafia River, creating a geographical barrier between the north and south
portions of the unincorporated County. For District 2, travel patterns indicated a heavy
volume of intra-district trips, as well as travel towards the City of Tampa. Travel in District 3
was split between intra-district trips and travel to District 2 and Plant City.
With future improvements being focused within the Urban Service Area, this boundary was
recommended as a divider to create these two districts. Fee payers within District 2 will
benefit from these improvements as will the large volume of District 3 fee payers that travel
into District 2. However, District 2 fee payers will not directly benefit from future
improvements in District 3 as only a small volume of traffic travels from District 2 to District
3.
Mobility Fee Districts 4 and 5
Districts 4 and 5 are comprised of the southeastern portion of the County with the Urban
Service Area serving as the boundary between the districts. To the north, both districts are
bordered by the Alafia River, creating a geographical barrier between the north and south
portions of the unincorporated County. For District 4, travel patterns indicated a heavy
volume of intra-district trips, as well as travel towards District 2. Travel in District 5 was
primarily headed west into the USA (District 4).
Similar to Districts 2 and 3, future improvements are being focused within the Urban Service
Area and this boundary was recommended as a divider to create these two districts. Fee
payers in both Districts 4 and 5 benefit from improvements within District 4, but only fee
payers in District 5 directly benefit from improvements in District 5.
It is recommended that the County monitor the effectiveness of the five district layout with
regard to mobility fee collection distribution, planned projects, and future travel patterns.

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Appendix A
Demand Component Calculations

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Demand Component
This appendix presents the detailed calculations for the demand component of the mobility
fee update.
Interstate & Toll Facility Discount Factor
Table A-1 presents the interstate and toll facility discount factor used in the calculation of the
mobility fee. This variable is based on data from the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Model,
specifically the 2040 projected vehicle-miles of travel, accounting for roadway improvements
included in the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan. It should be noted that discount factor
excludes all external-to-external trips, which represent traffic that goes through Hillsborough
County, but does not necessarily stop in the county. This traffic is excluded from the analysis
since it does not come from development within the county. The I/T discount factor is used
to reduce the VMT that the mobility fee charges for each land use.
Table A1
Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor
Roadway
Interstate/Toll Facilities
Other Roads
Total (All Roads)
Total (Interstate/Toll Roads)

VMT
% VMT
(2040)
16,686,380
36.6%
28,866,343
63.4%
45,552,723 100.0%
16,686,380
36.6%

Source: Tampa Bay Regional Planning Model (TBRPM) v8.0,


base year 2010, future year CA_2040 (TBRPM_v8.0_20150416)
Excludes EE Travel

Single Family Residential Trip Generation Rate Tiering


As part of this study, the single family residential trip generation rate tiering was included to
reflect a three-tier analysis to ensure equity by the size of a home. To facilitate this, an
analysis was completed on the comparative relationship between housing size and household
travel behavior. In addition, an analysis was completed on the travel behavior of low income
households. This analysis utilized data from the 2009 National Household Travel Survey
(NHTS) and the 2013 American Housing Survey (AHS) to examine overall trip-making
characteristics of households in the United States.
Table A-2 presents the trip characteristics being utilized in the proposed mobility fee schedule
for the single family (detached) land use. The 2009 NHTS database was used to assess
average annual household vehicle miles of travel (VMT) for various annual household income
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levels. In addition, the 2013 AHS database was used to compare median annual
family/household incomes with housing unit size. It is important to recognize that the use of
the income variable in each of these databases is completed simply to provide a convenient
linking mechanism between household VMT from the NHTS and housing unit size from the
AHS.
Table A2
Calculated Single Family Trip Characteristics
Calculated Values Excluding
Tiering
Single Family (Detached)

Assessable
Daily VMT
Trip Length
7.81
6.62
51.70

Trip Rate

Ratio to
Mean
1.00

Source: Florida Studies for LUC 210 included in this Appendix

The results of the NHTS and AHS analyses are included in Tables A-3 through A-5. First, the
data shown in Table A-3 presents the average income in the U.S. for families/households
living in the three housing tiers. As shown, the average income for housing units between
1,500 and 2,499 square feet in size ($66,398) is higher than the overall average income for
the U.S. ($56,993). Table A-3 presents the median household income levels for low and very
low income levels in Hillsborough County. Next, as shown in Table A-4, annual average
household VMT was calculated from the NHTS database for a number of different income
levels and ranges related to the resulting AHS income data from Table A-3 and the
Hillsborough County SHIP definitions for low income (<$47,200) and very low income
($<29,500).
Table A3
Annual Income by Housing Size
2013 AHS Average Income
Data by Housing Size
Less than 1,500 sf
1,500 to 2,499 sf
2,500 sf or more
Average of All Houses

Annual
(1)

Income
$44,243
$66,398
$80,449
$56,993

Source: American Housing Survey for the United States in 2013


1) Weighted average of annual income for each tier

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Table A4
Hillsborough County SHIP Definitions
HIllsborough County SHIP Definitions
Median Income
Low Income

$59,000

(1)

Very Low Income

$47,200
(2)

$29,500

Source: Florida Housing Finance Corporation,


2015 Income Limits; SHIP (4 person household)
1) Defined as 80% of the median income
2) Defined as 50% of the median income

To calculate a corresponding trip rate for the new tiers it was necessary to rely on
comparative ratios. As an example, consider the $44,243 annual income category. First, it
was determine that the average annual household VMT for this income level is 19,856 miles.
This figure was then compared to the overall average annual VMT per household in the U.S.
and normalized to the average of the $56,993 (23,455 miles) category to derive a ratio of
0.782 as shown in Table A-5.
Next, the normalized ratio was applied to the daily VMT for the average single family housing
unit size (less than 1,500 sf) to generate a daily VMT of 40.43 for the new tier, as shown in
Table A-6. This daily VMT figure was then divided by the proposed assessable trip length of
6.62 miles to obtain a typical trip rate of 6.11 trips per day.
Table A5
NHTS Annual VMT by Income Category
2009 NHTS Travel Data by
Annual HH Income
Average of $14,750
Average of $23,600
Average of $44,243
Total (All Homes)
Average of $66,398
Average of $80,449

Annual
VMT/HH
8,513
12,883
19,856
23,455
25,397
28,461

Days

Daily VMT
365
365
365
365
365
365

23.32
35.30
54.40
64.26
69.58
77.98

Ratio to Normalized
Mean
to 0.995
0.363
0.335
0.549
0.507
0.847
0.782
1.000
1.083
1.000
1.214
1.121

Source: 2009 National Household Travel Survey Database, Federal Highway Administration

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Table A6
Trip Generation Rate by Single Family Land Use Tier
Estimation of Trip Rate by Tier

Trip Rate

Single Family (Detached)


Less than 1,500 sf & Very Low Income
Less than 1,500 sf & Low Income
Less than 1,500 sf
1,500 to 2,499 sf
2,500 sf or larger

(1)

Assessable
(2)

Trip Length

2.62
3.96
6.11
7.81
8.76

Daily

Ratio to

(3)

VMT

6.62
6.62
6.62
6.62
6.62

17.32
26.21
40.43
51.70
57.96

(4)

Mean

0.335
0.507
0.782
1.000
1.121

1) Daily VMT (Item 3) divided by assessable trip length (Item 2) for each tiered single family land use
category
2) Source: Table A-2
3) Ratio to the mean (Item 4) divided by total daily VMT for the 1,500 to 2,499 sf tier for each tiered
single family land use category
4) Source: Table A-5

Table A-7 illustrates the impact that the incorporation of the trip generation rate tiers for the
single family (detached) land use have on the Countys calculated mobility fee schedule.
Table A7
Net Mobility Fee by Single Family Land Use Tier
Impact of Tiering on Fee Schedule

Trip Rate

Single Family (Detached)


Less than 1,500 sf & Very Low Income
Less than 1,500 sf & Low Income
Less than 1,500 sf
1,500 to 2,499 sf
2,500 sf or larger

(1)

2.62
3.96
6.11
7.81
8.76

Assessable
Trip Length
6.62
6.62
6.62
6.62
6.62

Daily VMT Net Fee (2)


17.32
26.21
40.43
51.70
57.96

$2,172
$3,272
$5,039
$6,461
$7,244

1) Source: Table A-4


2) Source: Appendix D, Table D-1

Multi-Family Residential Trip Generation Rate Tiering


Similar to the single family residential land use, low income and very low income tiers
were developed for the multi-family residential (apartment) land uses in Hillsborough
County. Tables A-8 through A-15 detail these calculations for both the Multi-Family (1-2
stories) and the Multi-Family (3+ stories) land uses.

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Table A8
Calculated MultiFamily (12 Stories) Trip Characteristics
Calculated Values Excluding Tiering

Assessable
Daily VMT
Trip Length
6.60
5.10
33.66

Trip Rate

Multi-Family; 1-2 Stories

Ratio to
Mean
1.00

Source: Florida Studies for LUC 220 included in this Appendix

Table A9
NHTS Annual VMT by Income Category
2009 NHTS Travel Data by Annual HH
Annual
Ratio to Normalized
Days
Daily VMT
Income
VMT/HH
Mean
to 0.995
Average of $14,750
8,513
365
23.32
0.360
0.360
Average of $23,600
12,883
365
35.30
0.545
0.545
Average of $59,000
23,636
365
64.76
1.000
1.000
Source: 2009 National Household Travel Survey Database, Federal Highway Administration

Table A10
Trip Generation Rate by MultiFamily (12 Stories) Income Level
Estimation of Trip Rate by Tier

Trip Rate

Multi-Family; 1-2 Stories


Very Low Income
Low Income
Multi-Family; 1-2 Stories
1)
2)
3)
4)

(1)

Assessable
(2)

Trip Length

2.38
3.60
6.60

5.10
5.10
5.10

Daily

Ratio to

(3)

VMT

12.12
18.34
33.66

(4)

Mean

0.360
0.545
1.000

Daily VMT (Item 3) divided by assessable trip length (Item 2)


Source: Table A-8
Ratio to the mean (Item 4) divided by total daily VMT for the standard multi-family
Source: Table A-9

Table A11
Net Mobility Fee by MultiFamily (12 Stories) Income Level
Impact of Tiering on Fee Schedule

Trip Rate

Multi-Family; 1-2 Stories


Very Low Income
Low Income
Multi-Family; 1-2 Stories

(1)

2.38
3.60
6.60

Assessable
Trip Length
5.10
5.10
5.10

Daily VMT Net Fee (2)


12.12
18.34
33.66

$1,513
$2,285
$4,173

1) Source: Table A-10


2) Source: Appendix D, Table D-1

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Table A12
Calculated MultiFamily (3+ Stories) Trip Characteristics
Calculated Values Excluding Tiering

Assessable
Daily VMT
Trip Length
4.14
5.10
21.11

Trip Rate

Multi-Family; 3+ Stories

Ratio to
Mean
1.00

Source: Florida Studies for LUC 220 included in this Appendix

Table A13
NHTS Annual VMT by Income Category
2009 NHTS Travel Data by Annual HH
Annual
Ratio to Normalized
Days
Daily VMT
Income
VMT/HH
Mean
to 0.995
Average of $14,750
8,513
365
23.32
0.360
0.360
Average of $23,600
12,883
365
35.30
0.545
0.545
Average of $59,000
23,636
365
64.76
1.000
1.000
Source: 2009 National Household Travel Survey Database, Federal Highway Administration

Table A14
Trip Generation Rate by MultiFamily (3+ Stories) Income Level
Estimation of Trip Rate by Tier

Trip Rate

Multi-Family; 3+ Stories
Very Low Income
Low Income
Multi-Family; 3+ Stories
1)
2)
3)
4)

(1)

Assessable
(2)

Trip Length

1.49
2.25
4.14

5.10
5.10
5.10

Daily

Ratio to

(3)

VMT

7.60
11.50
21.11

(4)

Mean

0.360
0.545
1.000

Daily VMT (Item 3) divided by assessable trip length (Item 2)


Source: Table A-12
Ratio to the mean (Item 4) divided by total daily VMT for the standard multi-family
Source: Table A-13

Table A15
Net Mobility Fee by MultiFamily (3+ Stories) Income Level
Impact of Tiering on Fee Schedule

Trip Rate

Multi-Family; 3+ Stories
Very Low Income
Low Income
Multi-Family; 3+ Stories

(1)

1.49
2.25
4.14

Assessable
Trip Length
5.10
5.10
5.10

Daily VMT Net Fee (2)


7.60
11.50
21.11

$945
$1,421
$2,612

1) Source: Table A-14


2) Source: Appendix D, Table D-1

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Travel Demand Reductions
Studies show that mixed-use developments tend to generate fewer trips due to such factors
as density, diversity, design, distance, destination, and demand of the mix of land uses.
An analysis of potential trip reduction factors for mixed-use developments was conducted as
part of the Mobility Fee update. ITE Handbook provides information on the impact of internal
capture when multiple land uses are co-located. Using Tables 7.1 and 7.2 from the ITE 8th
Edition Handbook, the total trip generation and internal capture trips were estimated for
mixed-use developments. As shown in Table A-16, four example developments were
analyzed to illustrate the range of potential trip generation rate reductions:

Scenario #1 Even distribution between residential, retail, and office trips

Scenario #2 2/3 residential trips, 1/6 retail trips, 1/6 office trips

Scenario #3 1/6 residential trips, 2/3 retail trips, 1/6 office trips

Scenario #4 1/6 residential trips, 1/6 retail trips, 2/3 office trips
As shown in Table A-16, the internal capture reductions range from five (5) percent to 16
percent, depending on the ratio of development units of residential, retail, and office land
uses. The Countys Land Development Code includes information on the Countys current
definitions and policies regarding mixed use development. Prior to granting any mobility fee
discounts, it would be beneficial for Hillsborough County to expand on the current definitions
and address spacing and other physical characteristics as well as mix of uses needed for
developments to qualify for a mixed-use travel demand reduction as it relates to the mobility
fee.

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DRAFT

Table A16
MixedUse Trip Generation Reductions
Size of
Development

Land Use

Unit

Daily Trips

% of Total
Trips

Scenario #1
Residential

1,000 du

8,735

33.3%

Retail

150,000 sq ft

8,839

33.7%

Office

1,200,000 sq ft

8,677

33.1%

Total Gross Trips


Internal Capture

26,251

(1)

-2,562
23,689

Total Gross External Trips


Scenario #2: Residential
Residential

2,000 du

16,528

63.0%

Retail

50,000 sq ft

4,328

16.5%

Office

500,000 sq ft

4,461

17.0%

25,317

Total Gross Trips


Internal Capture

(2)

-1,260

Residential

5.0%

24,057

Total Gross External Trips


Scenario #3: Retail
300 du

2,886

11.0%

Retail

200,000 sq ft

10,656

40.6%

Office

300,000 sq ft

3,026

11.5%

16,568

Total Gross Trips


Internal Capture

(3)

-2,718

Total Gross External Trips


Scenario #4: Office
Residential

16.4%

13,850
500 du

4,617

17.6%

Retail

50,000 sq ft

4,328

16.5%

Office

3,000,000 sq ft

17,411

66.3%

26,356

Total Gross Trips


Internal Capture

(4)

-1,308

Total Gross External Trips


1)
2)
3)
4)

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9.8%

5.0%

25,048

Source: Table A-17


Source: Table A-18
Source: Table A-19
Source: Table A-20

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DRAFT

Table A17
Daily Internal Capture Matrix (Scenario #1)
Land
Use
for Trip
Generation
Purposes

Daily
Trip
Generation
(1)

Office

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Retail

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Residential

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Total

In

(2)

Out

Office
In

Retail

Out

In

Out

Residential
In

Out

4,339 4,339 4,420 4,420 4,368 4,368


4,339
133
0
4,339

177

4,420
4,420

87

177
486

4,368

87

4,368

575
619

486

573

398

13,126

26,251
133
264

398

133

Internal
Capture
Reduction

Total

398
Internal Capture =

4.6%
13.5%
11.1%

2,562

13,126

1) Daily trip generation by land use (Table A-16) divided by 2 (50% in, 50% out)
2) Daily trip generation by land use (Table A-16) divided by 2 (50% in, 50% out)

Table A18
Daily Internal Capture Matrix (Scenario #2)
Land
Use
for Trip
Generation
Purposes

Daily
Trip
Generation
(1)

Office

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Retail

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Residential

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Total

In

(2)

Out

Office
In

Retail

Out

In

Out

Residential
In

Out

2,231 2,231 2,164 2,164 2,164 2,164


2,231
65
0
2,231

87

2,164
2,164

238
45

238
195

6,559

13,117
65
132

195

65

2,164
2,164

45

87

Internal
Capture
Reduction

Total

282
303
283
195

Internal Capture =

4.4%
13.5%
11.0%

1,260

6,559

1) Daily trip generation by land use (Table A-16) divided by 2 (50% in, 50% out)
2) Daily trip generation by land use (Table A-16) divided by 2 (50% in, 50% out)

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DRAFT

Table A19
Daily Internal Capture Matrix (Scenario #3)
Land
Use
for Trip
Generation
Purposes

Daily
Trip
Generation
(1)

Office

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Retail

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Residential

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Total

In

(2)

Out

Office
In

Retail

Out

In

Out

Residential
In

Out

1,513 1,513 5,328 5,328 1,443 1,443


1,513
160
0
1,513

213

5,328
5,328

30

213
476

1,443

30

1,443

693
636

476

506

480

8,284

16,568
160
243

480

160

Internal
Capture
Reduction

Total

480
Internal Capture =

13.3%
12.5%
34.2%

2,718

8,284

1) Daily trip generation by land use (Table A-16) divided by 2 (50% in, 50% out)
2) Daily trip generation by land use (Table A-16) divided by 2 (50% in, 50% out)

Table A20
Daily Internal Capture Matrix (Scenario #4)
Land
Use
for Trip
Generation
Purposes

Daily
Trip
Generation
(1)

Office

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Retail

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Residential

In

(2)

Out

(1)

Total

In

(2)

Out

8,706

Office
In

Retail

Out

87

2,164

In

238
69

238
195

13,178

26,356
65
156

195

65

Internal
Capture
Reduction

Total

Out

69

87

2,309
2,309

Out

8,706 8,706 2,164 2,164 2,309 2,309


65
0

8,706
2,164

In

Residential

282
303
307
195

Internal Capture =

1.3%
13.5%
10.9%

1,308

13,178

1) Daily trip generation by land use (Table A-16) divided by 2 (50% in, 50% out)
2) Daily trip generation by land use (Table A-16) divided by 2 (50% in, 50% out)

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DRAFT
Florida Studies Trip Characteristics Database
The Florida Studies Trip Characteristics Database includes over 200 studies on 40 different
residential and non-residential land uses collected over the last 25 years. Data from these
studies include trip generation, trip length, and percent new trips for each land use. This
information has been used in the development of impact/multi-modal/mobility fees and the
creation of land use plan category trip characteristics for communities throughout Florida and
the U.S.
Tindale Oliver estimates trip generation rates for all land uses in a mobility fee schedule using
data from studies in the Florida Studies Database and the Institute of Transportation
Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation reference report (9th edition). In instances, when both ITE
Trip Generation reference report (9th edition) and Florida Studies trip generation rate (TGR)
data are available for a particular land use, the data is typically blended together to increase
the sample size and provide a more valid estimate of the average number of trips generated
per unit of development. If no Florida Studies data is available, only TGR data from the ITE
reference report is used in the fee calculation.
The trip generation rate for each respective land use is calculated using machine counts that
record daily traffic into and out of the site studied. The traffic count hoses are set at
entrances to residential subdivisions for the residential land uses and at all access points for
non-residential land uses.
The trip length information is obtained through origin-destination surveys that ask
respondents where they came from prior to arriving at the site and where they intended to
go after leaving the site. The results of these surveys were used to estimate average trip
length by land use.
The percent new trip variable is based on assigning each trip collected through the origindestination survey process a trip type (primary, secondary, diverted, and captured). The
percent new trip variable is then calculated as 1 minus the percentage of trips that are
captured. Tindale Oliver has published an article entitled, Measuring Travel Characteristics
for Transportation Impact Fees, ITE Journal, April 1991 on the data collecting methodology
for trip characteristics studies.

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DRAFT
MiniWarehouse (ITE LUC 151)
Location
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Size (1,000 sf)


107.0
89.6
84.7
93.0
77.0
451.3
784.0
1,235.3

Date

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

5
14

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

1.45
1.23
1.39
1.51
2.18
Average Trip Length:
n/a
Weighted Average Trip Length:
n/a
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
Blend of FL Studies and ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County

1.53
2.50
2.15

SingleFamily Detached Housing (ITE LUC 210)


Location
Gwinnett Co, GA
Gwinnett Co, GA
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Total Size

Size / Units
76
79
135
152
193
97
282
393
76
128
232
301
135
142
150
215
257
345
368
383
441
1,169
90
400
49
52
126
55
60
70
74
189
102
105
124
132
133
111
231
306
364
374
42
51
59
90
239
232
95
90
58
74
97
315
42
10,380

Date

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

12/13-18/92
12/13-18/92
Jun-93
Jun-93
Jun-93
Jun-93
Jun-93
Jun-93
Jun-93
Jun-93
May-96
May-96
May-96
May-96
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Dec-99
Dec-99
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Oct-03
Oct-03
Oct-03
Oct-03
Oct-03
Dec-06
Dec-06
Dec-06
Dec-06
Dec-06
Apr-07
Apr-07
Apr-07
Apr-07
Mar-08
Mar-08
Mar-08
Mar-08
55

70
86
75
63
123
33
146
207
148
205
182
264
230
245
160
158
225
161
152
516
195
348
91
389
170
212
217
133
106
188
188
261
167
169
170
171
209
273
155
146
345
248
122
346
144
194
385
516
256
338
153
503
512
1,347
314
13,130

70
86
75
63
123
33
146
207
148
205
182
264
-

Trip Gen Rate

5.80
5.40
10.03
9.77
8.05
8.55
6.85
13.20
6.61
7.76
10.01
9a-6p
8.17
9a-6p
7.24
9a-6p
8.93
9a-6p
5.30
9a-5p
5.20
9a-5p
5.00
9a-5p
7.60
9a-5p
7.60
9a-5p
7.00
9a-5p
6.60
9a-5p
8.40
9a-5p
8.20
9a-5p
6.10
9a-5p
12.80
8a-6p
7.80
8a-6p
6.70
7a-6p
10.00
7a-6p
8.50
7a-6p
6.80
8a-6p
7.73
8a-6p
7.80
8a-6p
8.18
8a-6p
7.46
8a-6p
8.02
7a-6p
7.23
7a-6p
6.04
7a-6p
7.87
7a-6p
8.04
7a-6p
8.66
7a-6p
5.71
7a-6p
8.40
7a-6p
7.20
7a-6p
12.30
7a-6p
11.26
18.22
12.07
9.12
7.58
8.02
7a-6p
8.08
7a-6p
7.13
7a-6p
6.16
7a-6p
12.81
7a-6p
8.78
7a-6p
6.97
7a-6p
9.55
7a-6p
Average Trip Length:
Weighted Average Trip Length:

Note: Georgia studies are not included in summary statistics.

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A-12

Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

5.40
N/A
31.32
6.10
N/A
32.94
6.00
N/A
60.18
4.40
N/A
42.99
5.90
N/A
47.50
7.30
N/A
62.42
4.60
N/A
31.51
3.00
N/A
39.60
8.40
N/A
55.52
5.40
N/A
41.90
4.85
N/A
48.55
6.03
N/A
49.27
5.04
N/A
36.49
3.28
N/A
29.29
7.90
N/A
41.87
4.10
N/A
21.32
10.80
N/A
54.00
4.60
N/A
34.96
7.40
N/A
56.24
6.60
N/A
46.20
5.70
N/A
37.62
5.00
N/A
42.00
4.70
N/A
38.54
8.00
N/A
48.80
11.40
N/A
145.92
6.40
N/A
49.92
10.20
N/A
68.34
7.60
N/A
76.00
8.30
N/A
70.55
8.12
N/A
55.22
8.75
N/A
67.64
6.03
N/A
47.03
5.95
N/A
48.67
8.99
N/A
67.07
5.10
N/A
40.90
7.22
N/A
52.20
7.29
N/A
44.03
7.00
N/A
55.09
4.92
N/A
39.56
7.70
N/A
66.68
4.82
N/A
27.52
3.94
N/A
33.10
9.14
N/A
65.81
6.88
N/A
84.62
5.56
N/A
62.61
9.46
N/A
172.36
10.79
N/A
130.24
5.78
N/A
52.71
8.93
N/A
67.69
8.16
N/A
65.44
5.88
N/A
47.51
5.86
N/A
41.78
8.39
N/A
51.68
3.05
N/A
39.07
11.29
N/A
99.13
6.55
N/A
45.65
10.98
N/A
104.86
6.79
6.62
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:

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Sarasota County
Sarasota County
Sarasota County
Sarasota County
Sarasota County
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7.81

Hillsborough County
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DRAFT
MultiFamily/Apartment and Residential Condo/Townhouse (ITE LUC 220/230)
Location
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Total Size
Total Size (TL)

Size / Units

Date

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

212
243
214
240
288
480
500
250
157
169
226
312
176
31
128
229
248

Jun-93
Jun-93
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
Dec-06
Dec-06
Dec-06
Dec-06
Apr-07
Apr-07
May-96
May-96
Apr-02
Apr-02

42
36
175
174
175
175
170
135
265
212
301
456
332
31
128
198
353

42
36
175
174
175
175
170
135
265
31
128
198
353

4,103
3,631

Total Size
ITE
Blended total

3,467
18,480
21,947

LUC 230 Studies are highlighted


Total Size
636
ITE
10,024
Blended total
10,660

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

5.78
5.84
6.84
6.96
5.66
5.73
5.46
6.71
13.97
8.09
6.74
4.09
5.38
6.12
9a-6p
6.47
9a-6p
4.77
9a-6p
4.24
9a-6p
Average Trip Length:
Weighted Average Trip Length:

5.20
4.61
3.43
5.55
6.88
5.94
5.33
2.62
6.00
2.17
5.95
5.24
4.98
5.18
3.53
4.84
5.10

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

30.06
31.53
23.87
31.41
39.42
32.43
35.76
36.60
48.54
14.63
24.34
28.19
30.48
33.51
14.97

Sarasota County
Sarasota County
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13
88

Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:


ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
Blend of FL Studies and ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

LUC 220: MultiFamily


6.31
6.65
6.60

4
56

Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:


ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
Blend of FL Studies and ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

LUC 230: Condo/Townhouse


4.97
5.81
5.76

MultiFamily/Apartment; 3+ Stories (ITE LUC 222/223)


ITE
ITE

435
120
555

High-Rise Apartment:
Mid-Rise Apartment:
Blend of ITE Average Trip Generation Rates for HighRise and MidRise Apts:

4.20
3.90
4.14

Mobile Home Park (ITE LUC 240)


Location
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Total Size

Size / Units
67
82
137
188
227
235
297
996
1,892
4,121

Date
Jul-91
Jul-91
Jul-91
Apr-02
Apr-02
Jun-93
Apr-02
Jun-93
May-96
9

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

22
58
22
147
173
100
175
181
425
1,303

22
58
22
100
181
425

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period

5.40
48hrs.
10.80
24hr.
3.10
24hr.
3.51
24hr.
2.76
24hr.
3.51
4.78
24hr.
4.19
4.13
9a-6p
Average Trip Length:
Weighted Average Trip Length:

Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

2.29
N/A
12.37
3.72
N/A
40.18
4.88
N/A
15.13
5.48
N/A
19.23
8.80
N/A
24.29
5.10
N/A
17.90
4.76
N/A
22.75
4.40
N/A
18.44
4.13
N/A
17.06
4.84
4.60
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:

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Congregate Care Facility ( ITE LUC 253)


Location
Pinellas Park, FL
Palm Harbor, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Tindale Oliver
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Size / Units

Date

72
200

Aug-89
Oct-89
272
388
660
460

2
2

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

25
58
83

19
40

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

3.50
9am-5pm
2.20
79.0
7.70
9am-5pm
3.40
69.0
Average Trip Length:
2.80
Weighted Average Trip Length:
3.08
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
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3.50
2.02
2.25

Hillsborough County
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DRAFT
Hotel (ITE LUC 310)
Location
Pinellas Co, FL
Pinellas Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Size (Rooms)

Date

174
114
70
211
112
1,495
123
130
1,499
190
123
105
120
1,584
128
174
144
98
106
100
144

Aug-89
Oct-89
-

6,944
4,760
11,704

21
10

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

134
30
164

106
14
-

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

12.50
7-11a/3-7p
6.30
79.0
62.21
7.30
12-7p
6.20
47.0
21.27
1.85
2.23
2.78
3.50
3.70
4.29
4.69
4.71
4.81
5.25
5.27
5.88
6.10
7.03
7.32
7.32
7.34
7.37
7.66
Average Trip Length:
6.25
Weighted Average Trip Length:
6.26
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
66.3
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
Blend of FL Studies and ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

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Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County

5.12
8.17
6.36

Motel (ITE LUC 320)


Location
Pinellas Co, FL
Pinellas Co, FL
Pinellas Co, FL
Total Size
ITE

Size (Rooms)

Date

48
54
120

Oct-89
Oct-89
Oct-89
222
2,160

3
10

Total #
Interviews
46
32
26
104

# Trip Length
Interviews
24
22
22

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips
65.0
69.0
84.6

VMT

Source

10a-2p
2.80
12p-7p
3.80
2p-7p
5.20
Average Trip Length:
3.93
Weighted Average Trip Length:
4.34
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
76.6
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

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5.63

Movie Theater (ITE LUC 444)


Location
Pinellas Co, FL
Pinellas Co, FL
Total Size
ITE

Size (Screens)
8
12

Date

Oct-89
Sep-89
20
10 estimated
30

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

151
122
273

116
116

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

113.10
2p-8p
2.70
77.0
235.13
63.40
2p-8p
1.90
95.0
114.44
Average Trip Length:
2.30
Weighted Average Trip Length:
2.22
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
87.8
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate (6th):
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83.28
153.33
106.63

Health Club (ITE LUC 492)


Location
Tampa, FL
Total Size
ITE

Size (1,000 sf)

Date

Mar-86
15

Total #
Interviews
33
33

# Trip Length
Interviews
31

Percent New
VMT
Trips
7.90
94.0
Average Trip Length:
n/a
Percent New Trip Average:
94.0
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

Trip Gen Rate


-

Time Period Trip Length

Source
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32.93

Day Care Center (ITE LUC 565)


Location
Pinellas Co, FL
Pinellas Co, FL
Tampa, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

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Size (1,000 sf)

Date

5.6
10.0
-

Aug-89
Sep-89
Mar-86
15.6
35.0
50.6

2
7

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

94
179
28
301

66
134
25

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period

Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

66.99
7a-6p
1.90
70.0
89.10
66.99
7a-6p
2.10
75.0
105.51
2.60
89.0
Average Trip Length:
2.20
Weighted Average Trip Length:
2.03
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
73.2
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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66.99
74.06
71.88

Hillsborough County
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Nursing Home (ITE LUC 620)
Location
Lakeland, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Size (Beds)

Date

120

Mar-90
120
714
834

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

74
74

66

1
6

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period

Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

2.86
11a-4p
2.59
89.0
6.59
Average Trip Length:
2.59
Weighted Average Trip Length:
2.59
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
89.0
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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2.86
2.74
2.76

Clinic (ITE LUC 630)


Location
Largo, FL
St. Petersburg, FL
Total Size
ITE

Size (1,000 sf)


103.9
103.9
224.0
327.9

Date

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

614
280
894

572
252

Aug-89
Oct-89
1
2

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

37.03
7a-430p
5.10
93.0
175.63
9a-5p
4.10
90.0
Average Trip Length:
4.60
Weighted Average Trip Length:
5.10
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
93.0
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
Blend of FL Studies and ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

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37.03
31.45
33.22

General Office Building (ITE LUC 710)


Location
Sarasota Co, FL
Gwinnett Co, GA
Gwinnett Co, GA
Pinellas Co, FL
St. Petersburg, FL
Total Size
ITE

Size (1,000 sf)


14.3
98.0
180.0
187.0
262.8
742.1
15,522.0

Date
Jun-93
Dec-92
Dec-92
Oct-89
Sep-89
5
78

Total #
Interviews
14
431
291
736

# Trip Length
Interviews
14
388
274

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

46.85
11.30
4.30
5.40
3.60
5.90
18.49
7a-5p
6.30
7a-5p
3.40
Average Trip Length:
6.46
Weighted Average Trip Length:
5.15
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:

Percent New
Trips
90.0
94.0

VMT

Source

529.41
104.84
-

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92.3

MedicalDental Office Building (ITE LUC 720): 10,000 sf or Less


Site

Size
(1,000 sf)

Tues., Jan 11
IN

Wedn., Jan 12

OUT

IN

Thur., Jan 13

OUT

IN

AVERAGE

TOTAL

OUT

IN

OUT

IN

AVERAGE (per 1,000 sf)

OUT

IN

OUT

TOTAL

Collier Co, FL - Site 1

2.100

35

35

22

22

13

13

70

70

23.33

23.33

11.11

11.11

22.22

Collier Co, FL - Site 2

3.000

40

40

52

52

53

53

145

145

48.33

48.33

16.11

16.11

32.22

Collier Co, FL - Site 3

2.000

28

28

19

21

24

26

71

75

23.67

25.00

11.84

12.50

24.34

Collier Co, FL - Site 4

1.000

30

30

52

52

57

57

139

139

46.33

46.33

46.33

46.33

92.66

Collier Co, FL - Site 5

3.024

31

32

43

43

24

24

98

99

32.67

33.00

10.80

10.91

21.71

Collier Co, FL - Site 6

1.860

22

24

19

17

11

11

52

52

17.33

17.33

9.32

9.32

18.64

Average

17.59

17.71

35.30

Average (excluding Site 4)

11.84

11.99

23.83

MedicalDental Office Building (ITE LUC 720)


Location
Tampa, FL
Palm Harbor, FL
St. Petersburg, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Tindale Oliver
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Size (1,000 sf)

Date

14.6
58.4
28.0
11.0
28.0
30.4
38.9
10.0
5.3
50.6
23.5

Mar-86
Oct-89
Nov-89
May-96
May-96
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-03
Nov-03
Dec-03
298.6
450.0
748.6

11
10

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

33
104
34
390
202
763

26
76
30
349
189
186
186
324
168
340
20
-

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

6.00
33.98
9a-5p
6.30
57.20
9a-4p
1.20
28.52
9a-6p
6.47
49.75
9a-6p
6.06
49.50
9a-5p
4.60
31.00
9a-5p
3.60
39.80
9a-5p
3.30
32.26
8-6p
6.80
40.56
8-630p
6.20
29.36
8-5p
5.25
26.72
16.58
Average Trip Length:
5.07
Weighted Average Trip Length:
5.55
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

79.0
73.0
88.0
89.5
93.8
92.1
81.6
83.5
97.1
92.4
95.2
-

156.27
165.09
282.64
209.67
91.04
109.68
213.03
232.33
146.78
-

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Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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32.59
36.13
34.72

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Shopping Center (ITE LUC 820)
Location

Size (1,000 sf)

Tampa, FL
Tampa, FL
Tampa, FL
Tampa, FL
St. Petersburg, FL
St. Petersburg, FL
Largo, FL
Dunedin, FL
Pinellas Park, FL
Seminole, FL
Hillsborough Co, FL
Hillsborough Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Sarasota/Bradenton, FL
Ocala, FL
Gwinnett Co, GA
Gwinnett Co, GA
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Sarasota Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Charlotte Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Citrus Co, FL
Bozeman, MT
Bozeman, MT
Bozeman, MT
Total Size

1,192.0
132.3
425.0
80.5
696.0
425.0
134.0
151.0
109.0
133.4
99.1
314.7
110.0
146.1
157.5
191.0
107.8
88.0
191.9
51.3
67.8
72.3
65.6
75.8
185.0
91.3
104.3
159.9
35.9
5,757.5

Date
Mar-86
Mar-86
Mar-86
Mar-86
Aug-89
Sep-89
Aug-89
Sep-89
Sep-89
Oct-89
Jul-91
Jul-91
Aug-91
Aug-91
Sep-92
Sep-92
Dec-92
Dec-92
Jun-93
Jun-93
Jun-93
Jun-93
May-96
Oct-97
Oct-97
Oct-97
Apr-01
Apr-01
Apr-02
Apr-02
Oct-03
Nov-03
Dec-06
Dec-06
Dec-06

Total #
Interviews
527
170
354
144
384
400
160
276
485
674
68
208
300
300
58
65
57
62
608
246
444
222
134
359
502
329
7,536

# Trip Length
Interviews
348
269
298
368
120
210
388
586
64
154
185
192
58
65
57
62
331
177
376
784
390
359
502
329

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

11a-7p
77.00
10a-7p
26.73
10a-6p
81.48
9a-5p
9a-6p
12a-6p
12a-6p
46.00
27.00
122.14
51.53
79.79
66.79
77.60
9a-6p
73.50
9a-5p
72.00
9a-5p
43.00
9a-5p
102.60
65.30
145.64
9a-5p
38.23
9a-5p
55.84
8a-6p
54.50
8a-6p
46.96
56.49
69.30
Average Trip Length:
Weighted Average Trip Length:

1.70
2.50
3.60
1.80
2.30
1.40
3.20
1.30
1.30
3.33
2.64
3.20
8.50
3.20
2.80
3.40
5.90
4.68
1.80
2.40
2.70
3.40
4.50
1.46
2.36
2.40
1.60
3.35
1.56
1.39
n/a
n/a

Percent New
Trips
66.0
76.0
78.0
92.0
75.0
76.0
80.0
87.0
74.0
73.0
94.1
74.0
61.6
64.0
70.0
84.0
54.5
57.1
50.9
51.8
71.2
59.0
46.9
58.2
88.1
88.0
49.0
54.0
74.0

VMT

Source

127.51
46.11
86.69
103.04
192.78
197.85
75.56
87.97
60.08
248.37
173.37
99.62
52.52
118.05
76.77
77.08
47.59
71.28

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Figure A1
Retail/Shopping Center (LUC 820) Florida Curve Trip Length Regression
4.00
3.50
Trip Length (Miles)

3.00
2.50
2.00
1.50
1.00
0.50
0.00
0

200

400

600

800

1000

1200

1400

1600

Square Footage
Source: Regression analysis based on FL Studies data for LUC 820

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Figure A2
Retail/Shopping Center (LUC 820) Florida Curve Percent New Trips Regression
90%
80%

Percent New Trips

70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
0

200

400

600

800

1000

1200

1400

1600

Square Footage
Source: Regression analysis based on FL Studies data for LUC 820

New/Used Auto Sales (ITE LUC 841)


Location
St.Petersburg, FL
Clearwater, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Size (1,000 sf)

Date

43.0
43.0
116.7
99.8
39.1
66.3
46.7
34.4
13.8

Oct-89
Oct-89
-

459.7
570.0
1,029.7

9
15

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

152
136
288

120
106
-

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period

Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

9a-5p
4.70
79.0
29.40
9a-5p
4.50
78.0
103.19
22.18
13.45
10.48
28.50
40.34
23.45
35.75
Average Trip Length:
4.60
Weighted Average Trip Length:
4.60
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
78.5
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County
Orange County

23.22
32.30
28.25

Convenience Market w/Gasoline (ITE LUC 853)


Location
Tampa, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Tampa, FL
Ellenton, FL
Tampa, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended Total

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Size (1,000 sf)

Date

1.1
2.1
4.4
2.3
3.3
3.8
2.5
2.5
3.0

Mar-86
Jun-91
Jun-91
Jun-91
Aug-91
Aug-91
10/13-15/92
10/20-22/92
11/10-12/92
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
25.1
30.0
55.1
45.6

9
10

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

72
77
66
85
96
78
239
124
142
87
23
59
1,148

20
24
25
38
16
74
44
23
-

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

2.00
544.80
24hr.
0.89
997.60
24hr.
1.67
486.70
48hrs.
1.06
1.19
1.06
24hr.
1.06
24hr.
0.96
24hr.
3.13
719.79
24hr.
1.62
610.46
24hr.
1.77
606.02
24hr.
0.83
Average Trip Length:
1.44
Weighted Average Trip Length:
1.51
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

26.0
36.4
29.4
39.6
20.5
31.1
35.3
16.4
32.8
11.7
32.6

126.07
606.42
151.68
322.19
126.61
195.00

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27.7
Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
Blend of FL Studies and ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

15.6

A-17

639.68
845.60
775.14

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DRAFT
Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without DriveThru (ITE LUC 880 & 881)
Location
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Size (1,000 sf)

Date

11.1
12.0
15.1

Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
38.2
196.0
234.2

3
16

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

138
212
1192
1,542

38
90
54

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

88.97
2.05
122.16
2.04
97.96
2.13
Average Trip Length:
2.07
Weighted Average Trip Length:
2.08
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

27.5
42.5
28.1

50.23
105.79
58.69

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32.4
Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate (LUC 880 / 881):
Blend of FL Studies and ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

103.03
90.06 / 96.91
95.96

Furniture Store (ITE LUC 890)


Location
Largo, FL
Tampa, FL
Total Size
ITE

Size (1,000 sf)

Date

15.0
16.9

7/28-30/92
Jul-92
31.9
897.0

2
13

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

Trip Gen Rate

64
68
132

34
39

Time Period

Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

4.63
52.5
7.38
55.7
Average Trip Length:
6.01
Weighted Average Trip Length:
6.09
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
54.2
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:

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5.06

Bank/Savings DriveIn (ITE LUC 912)


Location
Tampa, FL
Tampa, FL
Clearwater, FL
Largo, FL
Seminole, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Size (1,000 sf)

Date

0.4
2.0
4.5
2.3
3.1
2.5
5.4
2.4
2.7

Mar-86
Mar-86
Aug-89
Sep-89
Oct-89
Jun-91
Jun-91
Jul-91
Aug-91
Aug-91
Aug-91
May-96
Apr-02
May-02
25.2
21.0
46.2
23.7

9
7

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

77
211
113
129
69
47
57
162
116
142
164
70
50
1,407

52
94
29
32
26
96
54
68
41
-

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

2.40
54.0
9a-6p
5.20
46.0
1.60
73.0
24hr.
1.33
42.0
24hr.
1.75
68.1
48hrs.
2.70
45.6
24hr.
0.88
59.3
1.58
46.6
2.08
47.9
9a-6p
2.77
24.7
24hr.
3.55
54.6
246.66
24hr.
2.66
40.5
265.44
Average Trip Length:
2.38
Weighted Average Trip Length:
2.46
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
46.2
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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246.66
148.15
159.34

Quality Restaurant (ITE LUC 931)


Location
Tampa, FL
St. Petersburg, FL
Clearwater, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

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Size (1,000 sf)

Date

7.5
8.0

Mar-86
Oct-89
Oct-89
15.5
135.0
150.5
143.0

2
15

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

76
177
60
313

62
154
40

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period

Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

2.10
82.0
11a-2p/4-8p
3.50
87.0
110.63
10a-2p/5-9p
2.80
67.0
207.54
Average Trip Length:
2.80
Weighted Average Trip Length:
3.14
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
76.7
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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A-18

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110.63
89.95
91.10

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Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
HighTurnover Restaurant (ITE LUC 932)
Location
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
St. Petersburg, FL
Kenneth City, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Size (1,000 sf)

Date

6.2
8.2
5.0
5.2
5.2
5.8
8.9
11.3
6.7
11.4
11.3
7.2
5.5
9.7
4.6
7.0
9.7
5.0
5.6
7.4
5.9

May-96
May-96
Oct-89
Oct-89
Apr-02
Apr-02
152.8
98.0
250.8

21
14

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

242
154
74
236
114
182
1,102

175
93
68
176
88
102
-

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

187.51
9a-6p
2.76
72.5
375.00
102.71
9a-6p
4.15
60.2
256.43
132.60
1130-7p
2.00
92.0
243.98
127.88
4p-730p
2.30
75.0
220.59
82.47
9a-6p
3.72
77.2
236.81
116.97
9a-6p
3.49
56.0
228.77
52.69
62.12
82.58
91.67
95.33
98.06
100.18
105.84
129.23
126.40
132.32
135.68
145.59
147.44
147.74
Average Trip Length:
3.07
Weighted Average Trip Length:
3.17
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
70.8
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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Orange County

109.84
127.15
116.60

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive Thru (ITE LUC 934)


Location
Tampa, FL
Tampa, FL
Pinellas Co, FL
Pinellas Co, FL
Tarpon Springs, FL
Marion Co, FL
Marion Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Collier Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Hernando Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Lake Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Pasco Co, FL
Orange Co, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Size (1,000 sf)

Date

2.20
4.30
1.60
4.00
5.43
3.13
2.20
3.20
3.80
2.66
2.96
4.42
8.93

Mar-86
Mar-86
Aug-89
Oct-89
Oct-89
Jun-91
Jun-91
Aug-91
Aug-91
May-96
May-96
Apr-01
Apr-01
Apr-01
Apr-02
Apr-02
Apr-02
48.8
63.0
111.8
34.0

13
21

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

61
306
81
456
233
60
75
66
118
136
168
376
171
188
100
486
168
4,463

48
260
114
32
46
44
40
82
82
252
182
137
46
164
120
-

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

2.70
65.0
502.80
11a-2p
1.70
59.0
504.31
660.40
1 day
2.30
57.0
865.78
7a-7p
3.60
49.0
962.50
48hrs.
0.91
53.3
466.84
625.00
48hrs.
1.54
61.3
590.01
1.91
66.7
1.17
33.9
311.83
9a-6p
1.68
60.2
315.27
547.34
9a-6p
1.59
48.8
425.04
934.30
2.50
74.6
1742.47
654.90
4.10
47.8
353.70
3.30
70.8
826.38
283.12
9a-6p
5.10
46.0
515.32
9a-6p
2.72
33.7
472.92
759.24
9a-6p
1.89
71.4
1024.99
377.00
Average Trip Length:
2.42
Weighted Average Trip Length:
2.05
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
57.9
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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530.19
496.12
511.00

Automobile Care Center (ITE LUC 942)


Location
Jacksonville, FL
Jacksonville, FL
Jacksonville, FL
Lakeland, FL
Largo, FL
Orange Co, FL
Lakeland, FL
Total Size
ITE
Blended total

Tindale Oliver
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Size (1,000 sf)

Date

2.3
2.3
2.4
5.2
5.5
25.0
-

2/3-4/90
2/3-4/90
2/3-4/90
Mar-90
Sep-89
Nov-92
Mar-90
42.6
102.0
144.6
107.5

6
6

Total #
Interviews

# Trip Length
Interviews

124
110
132
24
34
41
54
519

94
74
87
14
30
39
42

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period

Trip Length

Percent New
Trips

VMT

Source

9a-5p
3.07
76.0
9a-5p
2.96
67.0
9a-5p
2.32
66.0
9a-4p
1.36
59.0
37.64
9a-5p
2.40
88.0
79.50
2-6p
4.60
9a-4p
2.44
78.0
Average Trip Length:
2.74
Weighted Average Trip Length:
3.62
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
72.2
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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A-19

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37.64
31.10
31.43

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Service Station with and w/o Car Wash (ITE LUC 944 & 946)
Location
Largo, FL
Collier County, FL
Total Size
ITE LUC 944 (vfp)
ITE LUC 946 (vfp)

Size (1,000 sf)

Date

0.6
-

Nov-89
Aug-91
0.6
48.0
120.0

1
6
10

Total #
Interviews
70
168
238

# Trip Length
Interviews
14
40

Percent New
VMT
Trips
8am-5pm
1.90
23.0
1.01
23.8
Average Trip Length:
1.46
Weighted Average Trip Length:
1.90
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
23.0
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate - per fuel position (LUC 944):
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate - per fuel position (LUC 946):
Blended ITE Average Trip Generation Rate per fuel position:
Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Source
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168.56
152.84
157.33

SelfService Car Wash (ITE LUC 947)


Location
Largo, FL
Clearwater, FL
Collier, FL
Collier, FL
Total Size
Total Size (TGR)
ITE
Blended total

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Size (Bays)

Date

10
11
8

Nov-89
Nov-89
Dec-09
Jan-09
29
19
5
24

3
2
1

Total #
Interviews
111
177
304
186
778

# Trip Length
Interviews
84
108
-

Trip Gen Rate

Time Period Trip Length

Percent New
Trips
76.0
61.0
57.0
72.0

VMT

Source

8am-5pm
2.00
10am-5pm
1.30
30.24
2.50
22.75
1.96
Average Trip Length:
1.94
Weighted Average Trip Length:
2.18
Weighted Percent New Trip Average:
67.7
Weighted Average Trip Generation Rate:
ITE Average Trip Generation Rate:
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A-20

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27.09
108.00
43.94

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT

Appendix B
Cost Component Calculation

DRAFT
Cost Component
This appendix presents the detailed calculations for the cost component of the mobility fee
update. Backup data and assumptions are provided for all cost variables, including:

Design

Right-of-Way

Construction

Construction engineering/inspection

Roadway capacity

Transit capital costs

Urban-Design vs. Rural-Design


Due to a lack of available roadway construction data for rural-design roadways, the cost per
lane mile for these types of roads was calculated using an adjustment factor. This factor was
based on the rural-to-urban design cost ratio from the most recent District 7 Long Range
Estimates provided by FDOT. Based on the LRE, the costs for rural-design roadway capacity
expansion (new road construction or lane addition) is approximately 77 percent of the
construction costs for urban-design roadway improvements. For all subsequent tables (for
county and state roadways), costs are presented for urban-design roadways, with the ruraldesign roadway costs being calculated using the cost ratio in Table B-1.
Table B1
Urban/RuralDesign Cost Factor
Improvement
0-2 Lanes
0-4 Lanes
0-6 Lanes
2-4 Lanes
4-6 Lanes
Average

Cost per Lane Mile


Rural Design Urban Design
$2,607,379
$4,013,085
$2,106,777
$2,758,628
$1,773,647
$2,215,237
$2,979,105
$3,581,065
$3,313,993
$4,035,253
$2,556,180
$3,320,654

Ratio
65%
76%
80%
83%
82%
77%

Source: FDOT District 7 Long Range Estimates, 2015

Design

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Mobility Fee Study

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County Roadways
The design cost factor for county roads was estimated as a percentage of the construction
cost per lane mile. This factor was determined through a review of the design-to-construction
cost ratios from recently completed and bid improvements in Hillsborough County and from
previously completed impact studies throughout Florida. For local county roadways, the
design factors ranged from 3 percent to 32 percent, with a weighted average of 12 percent.
For county roadways from throughout Florida, the design factors ranged from 6 percent to
14 percent with a weighted average of 10 percent. For purposes of this study, the design cost
for county roads was calculated at 10 percent of the construction cost per lane mile based on
the local data, statewide data, and discussions with County staff. See Tables B-10 and B-11
for additional information.
Table B2
Design Cost Adjustment County Roads
Road Type

Design Cost per


Lane Mile

(1)

Section Design
(2)

Distribution

Urban Design
$360,000
Rural Design
$277,000
Weighted Average Design Cost per Lane Mile

85%
15%

Weighted
Design Cost per
(3)

Lane Mile
$306,000
$42,000
$348,000

1) Design cost is estimated at 12% of construction based on local projects (Table B-10)
and recent impact fee studies (Table B-11, Item a)
2) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items c and d
3) Design cost per lane mile (Item 1) multiplied by the associated section design
weight (Item 2) for each road type and added together
All figure rounded to the nearest $1,000

State Roadways
The design cost factor for state roads was estimated as a percentage of the construction cost
per lane mile. This factor was determined through a review of the design-to-construction
cost ratios for state road unit costs in previously completed transportation impact studies
throughout Florida. For state roadways, the design factors ranged from 10 percent to 14
percent, with a weighted average of 11 percent. For purposes of this study, the design cost
for state roads was calculated at 11 percent of the construction cost per lane mile. See Table
B-11 for additional information.

Table B3
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Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Design Cost Adjustment State Roads
Road Type

Design Cost per


Lane Mile

(1)

Section Design
(2)

Distribution

Urban Design
$330,000
Rural Design
$254,000
Weighted Average Design Cost per Lane Mile

85%
15%

Weighted
Design Cost per
(3)

Lane Mile
$281,000
$38,000
$319,000

1) Design cost is estimated at 11% of construction based on recent impact fee studies
(Table B-11, Item b)
2) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items c and d
3) Design cost per lane mile (Item 1) multiplied by the associated section design
weight (Item 2) for each road type and added together
All figure rounded to the nearest $1,000

Right-of-Way
The ROW cost reflects the total cost of the acquisitions along a corridor that was necessary
to have sufficient cross-section width to widen an existing road or, in the case of new road
construction, build a new road.
County Roadways
For mobility fee purposes, the ROW cost for county roads was estimated as a percentage of
the construction cost per lane mile. To determine the ROW cost factor, Tindale Oliver
conducted a review of recently completed ROW acquisitions and current ROW estimates
along capacity expansion projects in Hillsborough County and also reviewed ROW estimates
from recent transportation impact fee studies from other counties in Florida. For county
roadways in Hillsborough County, the ROW factors ranged from 4 percent to 119 percent,
with a weighted average of 44 percent, as shown in Table B-12. This factor is higher than the
ratio of ROW to construction cost observed in other Florida jurisdictions (41 percent), as
shown in Table B-13, and reflects more urbanized nature of County. Discussion with staff and
a review of the ROW estimates in the Community Transportation Plan indicated that future
ROW acquisitions are expected to be on the higher than recent acquisition costs. For
purposes of this update study, the ROW cost was estimated at 50 percent of the construction
cost per lane mile for county roadways.

Table B4

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Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
RightofWay Cost Adjustment County Roads
Road Type

ROW Cost per


Lane Mile

(1)

Section Design
(2)

Distribution

Urban Design
$1,500,000
Rural Design
$1,155,000
Weighted Average ROW Cost per Lane Mile

Weighted ROW
Cost per Lane
(3)

Mile
$1,275,000
$173,000
$1,448,000

85%
15%

1) ROW cost is estimated at 50% of construction based on local projects (Table B-12),
recent impact fee studies (Table B-13, Item a), and discussions with staff
2) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items c and d
3) ROW cost per lane mile (Item 1) multiplied by the associated section design weight
(Item 2) for each road type and added together
All figure rounded to the nearest $1,000

State Roadways
Similar to county roads, the ROW cost of state roads was estimated as a percentage of the
construction cost per lane mile. Given the limited data of ROW costs for state roads in
Hillsborough County and based on experience in other jurisdictions, the ROW cost ratio
calculated for county roads was also applied to state roads. Therefore, for purposes of this
update study, the ROW cost for state roads was calculated at 50 percent of the construction
cost per lane mile. See Table B-13 for additional information.
Table B5
RightofWay Cost Adjustment State Roads
Road Type

ROW Cost per


Lane Mile

(1)

Section Design
(2)

Distribution

Urban Design
$1,500,000
Rural Design
$1,155,000
Weighted Average ROW Cost per Lane Mile

85%
15%

Weighted ROW
Cost per Lane
(3)

Mile
$1,275,000
$173,000
$1,448,000

1) ROW cost is estimated at 50% of construction based on local projects (Table B-12),
recent impact fee studies (Table B-13, Item a), and discussions with staff
2) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items c and d
3) ROW cost per lane mile (Item 1) multiplied by the associated section design weight
(Item 2) for each road type and added together
All figure rounded to the nearest $1,000

Construction

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County Roadways
A review of construction cost data for recent local county roadway capacity expansion
projects identified 15 improvements in Hillsborough County.

Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segments A through D

Columbus Drive Ext. from US 301 to Falkenburg Road

Madison Avenue from US 41 to 78th Street

Gunn Highway from Ehrlich Road to South Mobley Road

Bell Shoals Road from Bloomingdale Avenue to Boyette Road

Race Track Road, Phases I through IV

Boyette Road, Phases II and III

Gornto Lake Road Ext. from Brandon Town Center to SR 60

Turkey Creek Rd from MLK Jr. Boulevard to Sydney Road

As shown in Table B-14, these improvements had a weighted average construction cost of
approximately $3.30 million per lane mile. However, this weighted average includes two
segments on Boyette Road which have very high construction costs. Removing these two
improvements from the dataset reduces the average to approximately $3.02 million per lane
mile for urban-design improvements.
In addition to looking at local data, a review of recently bid projects located throughout the
state of Florida was conducted. As shown in Table B-15, a total of 65 projects from 17
different counties were identified with a weighted average cost of approximately $2.15
million per lane mile. When compared to these statewide bids, the local improvements
average a significantly higher average cost per lane mile. Staff indicated that costs in
Hillsborough County and in FDOT District 7, in general, are typically higher than costs
elsewhere in the state.
Based on this review and discussions with staff, a county roadway cost of $3.00 million per
lane mile was used in the mobility fee calculation for county roads with urban-design
characteristics. Table B-6 presents the urban and rural-design costs estimates, as well as the
weighted average cost per lane mile for county roads in Hillsborough County.

Table B6

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Construction Cost Adjustment County Roads
Road Type

Construction
Cost per Lane

Section Design
(2)

Distribution
(1)
Mile
Urban Design
$3,000,000
85%
Rural Design
$2,310,000
15%
Weighted Average Construction Cost per Lane Mile

Weighted
Constr. Cost per
(3)

Lane Mile
$2,550,000
$347,000
$2,897,000

1) Source: Tables B-14, B-15, and discussions with staff. Rural design is estimated at
77% of urban design costs (see Table B-1)
2) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items c and d
3) Construction cost per lane mile (Item 1) multiplied by the associated section design
weight (Item 2) for each road type and added together
All figure rounded to the nearest $1,000

State Roadways
A review of construction cost data for recent local state roadway capacity expansion projects
identified three (3) improvements in Hillsborough County:

CR 39/Alexander Street from North of I-4 to North of Knights Griffin Road

SR 574 (MLK Jr. Boulevard) from West of Highview Road to East of Parsons Avenue

SR 41 (US 301) from South of Tampa Bypass Canal to North of Fowler Avenue

As shown in Table B-16, these improvements had a weighted average construction cost of
approximately $2.07 million. However, this is heavily influenced by the oldest and longest of
the improvements (CR 39), which was very cheap per lane mile. Looking at only the more
recent improvements, the weighted average construction cost was $4.21 million per lane
mile.
In addition to looking at the local data, a review of recently bid projects located throughout
the state of Florida was conducted. As shown in Table B-16, a total of 70 projects from 34
different counties were identified with a weighted average cost of approximately $3.06
million per lane mile (all improvements are urban-design). The FDOT District 7 Long Range
Estimates were also reviewed (previously presented in Table B-1) and provided an average
construction cost of approximately $3.32 million per lane mile for urban-design projects.
Based on this review and discussions with staff, a state roadway cost of $3.00 million per lane
mile was used in the mobility fee calculation for state roads with urban-design characteristics.
Table B-7 presents the urban and rural-design cost estimates, as well as the weighted average
cost per lane mile for state roads in Hillsborough County.
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Construction Cost Adjustment State Roads
Road Type

Construction
Cost per Lane

Section Design
(2)

Distribution
(1)
Mile
Urban Design
$3,000,000
85%
Rural Design
$2,310,000
15%
Weighted Average Construction Cost per Lane Mile

Weighted
Constr. Cost per
(3)

Lane Mile
$2,550,000
$347,000
$2,897,000

1) Source: Table B-16 and discussions with staff. Rural design is estimated at 77% of
urban design costs (see Table B-1)
2) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items c and d
3) Cosntruction cost per lane mile (Item 1) multiplied by the associated section design
weight (Item 2) for each road type and added together
All figure rounded to the nearest $1,000

Construction Engineering/Inspection
County Roadways
The CEI cost factor for county roads was estimated as a percentage of the construction cost
per lane mile. This factor was determined through a review of the CEI-to-construction cost
ratios from recently completed improvements in Hillsborough County and from previously
completed impact studies throughout Florida. For local county roadways, the CEI factors
ranged from 9 percent to 10 percent, with a weighted average of 9 percent. For county
roadways from throughout Florida, the CEI factors ranged from 3 percent to 17 percent with
a weighted average of 9 percent. For purposes of this study, the CEI cost for county roads
was calculated at 9 percent of the construction cost per lane mile based on the local data,
statewide data, and discussions with County staff. See Tables B-17 and B-18 for additional
information.
Table B8
CEI Cost Adjustment County Roads
Road Type

CEI Cost per Lane Section Design


Mile

(1)

(2)

Distribution

Urban Design
$270,000
Rural Design
$208,000
Weighted Average CEI Cost per Lane Mile

85%
15%

Weighted CEI
Cost per Lane
(3)

Mile
$230,000
$31,000
$261,000

1) CEI cost is estimated at 9% of construction based on local projects (Table B-17) and
recent impact fee studies (Table B-18, Item a)
2) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items c and d
3) CEI cost per lane mile (Item 1) multiplied by the associated section design weight
(Item 2) for each road type and added together
All figure rounded to the nearest $1,000

State Roadways
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The CEI cost factor for state roads was estimated as a percentage of the construction cost per
lane mile. This factor was determined through a review of the CEI-to-construction cost ratios
for state road unit costs in previously completed impact studies throughout Florida. For state
roadways, the CEI factors ranged from 8 percent to 17 percent, with a weighted average of
11 percent. For purposes of this study, the CEI cost for state roads was calculated at 11
percent of the construction cost per lane mile. See Table B-18 for additional information.
Table B9
CEI Cost Adjustment State Roads
Road Type

CEI Cost per Lane Section Design


Mile

(1)

(2)

Distribution

Urban Design
$330,000
Rural Design
$254,000
Weighted Average CEI Cost per Lane Mile

85%
15%

Weighted CEI
Cost per Lane
(3)

Mile
$281,000
$38,000
$319,000

1) CEI cost is estimated at 11% of construction based on recent impact fee studies
(Table B-18, Item b)
2) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items c and d
3) CEI cost per lane mile (Item 1) multiplied by the associated section design weight
(Item 2) for each road type and added together
All figure rounded to the nearest $1,000

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Table B10
Design Cost Factor Hillsborough County Local Roadway Improvements
Project ID
61043000
61044000
61045000
61057000
61150000
69106000
69112000
69118000
69119000
69120000
69121000
69123000
69124000
69127000
69625000
Total

Roadway
Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment D
Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment B/C
Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment A
Columbus Dr Ext.
Madison Ave
Gunn Hwy
Bell Shoals Rd
Race Track Rd, Ph. I
Race Track Rd, Ph. II
Race Track Rd, Ph. III
Race Track Rd, Ph. IV
Boyette Rd, Ph. II
Boyette Rd, Ph. III
Gornto Lake Rd Ext.
Turkey Creek Rd

From

To

Pebble Creek
Palm Springs
Bearss Ave
US 301
US 41
Ehrlich Rd
Bloomingdale Ave
Douglas Rd
Countryway Blvd
Linebaugh Ave
Hillsborough Ave
Balm Riverview Rd
Donneymoor Dr
Brandon Town Center
MLK Blvd

Pasco Co. Line


Pebble Creek Dr
Palm Springs
Falkenburg Rd
78th St
S. Mobley Rd
Boyette Rd
Linebaugh Ave
S. Mobley Rd
Countryway Blvd
Douglas Rd
Donneymoor Dr
Bell Shoals Rd
SR 60
Sydney Rd

Start
Date
10/31/2003
10/15/2003
10/31/2003
4/1/2006
10/7/2011
10/15/2001
4/10/2007
4/30/2008
7/16/2004
9/6/2006
5/1/2009
11/22/2006
10/2/2009
8/1/2006
12/1/2014

Status

Feature

Active
Active
Active
Completed
Active
Completed
Active
Completed
Completed
Completed
Active
Completed
Active
Completed
Active

4 to 8 Lanes
4 to 8 Lanes
4 to 8 Lanes
0 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 6 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 6 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
0 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes

Section Design
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter

Design Cost
$4,749,955
$3,552,458
$4,534,978
$851,923
$923,013
$999,745
$780,150
$5,019,295

$4,700,145
$1,400,493
$700,000
$28,212,155

Construction
Designto
Cost
Construction
$14,931,747
32%
$52,249,133
7%
$37,489,099
12%
$7,242,200
12%
$7,000,000
13%
$5,656,000
18%
$24,000,000
3%
$12,187,144
$15,973,286
11%
$12,198,251
$5,375,855
$16,570,837
13%
$20,814,450
$8,656,579
16%
$3,166,000
22%
$243,510,581
12%

Source: Hillsborough County Public Works Department

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Table B11
Design Cost Factor for County and State Roads Recent Impact Fee Studies
Year

County

2006
2006
2006
2006
2007
2007
2007
2007
2008
2008
2009
2009
2009
2010
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
2013
2013
2014
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015

Collier
Citrus
Highlands
Marion
Pasco
Lake
Flagler
Volusia
Leon
Sumter
Collier
Polk
Hillsborough/Tampa
Collier
Sarasota/North Port
Osceola
Orange
City of Orlando
City of Sarasota
Hernando
Charlotte
Indian River
Collier
Brevard
Sumter
Marion
Palm Beach
Average

County Roadways (Cost per Lane Mile)


Design
Constr.
Design Ratio
$323,639
$2,558,546
13%
$361,774
$2,584,099
14%
$235,030
$1,678,785
14%
$185,333
$1,941,244
10%
$246,324
$3,079,051
8%
$232,882
$2,911,021
8%
$174,000
$1,740,000
10%
$291,696
$2,651,778
11%
$212,800
$2,660,000
8%
$178,960
$2,237,000
8%
$217,000
$3,100,000
7%
$95,400
$1,590,000
6%
$308,000
$2,800,000
11%
$119,560
$1,708,000
7%
$240,000
$2,400,000
10%
$371,196
$2,651,400
14%
$264,000
$2,400,000
11%
$288,000
$2,400,000
12%
$240,000
$2,400,000
10%
$198,000
$1,980,000
10%
$220,000
$2,200,000
10%
$159,000
$1,598,000
10%
$270,000
$2,700,000
10%
$242,000
$2,023,000
12%
$210,000
$2,100,000
10%
$167,000
$2,668,000
6%
$224,000
$1,759,000
13%
$232,429
$2,315,516
10%
(a)

State Roadways (Cost per Lane Mile)


Design
Constr.
Design Ratio
$349,643
$3,385,978
10%
$400,432
$2,860,227
14%
$347,326
$2,480,900
14%
$154,643
$1,430,919
11%
$427,112
$3,050,799
14%
$318,412
$3,184,125
10%
n/a
$309,526
$3,095,258
10%
$372,130
$3,383,000
11%
$238,000
$2,380,000
10%
$320,000
$3,200,000
10%
$217,000
$2,170,000
10%
$420,000
$3,500,000
12%
$241,800
$2,418,000
10%
$200,000
$2,000,000
10%
$313,258
$2,847,800
11%
n/a
$319,000
$2,900,000
11%
$286,000
$2,600,000
11%
$222,640
$2,024,000
11%
$240,000
$2,400,000
10%
$196,000
$1,776,000
11%
$270,000
$2,700,000
10%
$316,000
$2,875,000
11%
$276,000
$2,505,000
11%
$227,000
$2,060,000
11%
$333,000
$3,029,000
11%
$292,597
$2,650,240
11%
(b)

Source: Recent impact fee studies conducted throughout Florida


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Table B12
RightofWay Cost Factor Hillsborough County Local Roadway Improvements
Project ID
61043000
61044000
61045000
61057000
69106000
69112000
69118000
69119000
69120000
69121000
69123000
69124000
69127000
Total

Roadway
Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment D
Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment B/C
Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment A
Columbus Dr Ext.
Gunn Hwy
Bell Shoals Rd
Race Track Rd, Ph. I
Race Track Rd, Ph. II
Race Track Rd, Ph. III
Race Track Rd, Ph. IV
Boyette Rd, Ph. II
Boyette Rd, Ph. III
Gornto Lake Rd Ext.

From

To

Pebble Creek
Palm Springs
Bearss Ave
US 301
Ehrlich Rd
Bloomingdale Ave
Douglas Rd
Countryway Blvd
Linebaugh Ave
Hillsborough Ave
Balm Riverview Rd
Donneymoor Dr
Brandon Town Center

Pasco Co. Line


Pebble Creek Dr
Palm Springs
Falkenburg Rd
S. Mobley Rd
Boyette Rd
Linebaugh Ave
S. Mobley Rd
Countryway Blvd
Douglas Rd
Donneymoor Dr
Bell Shoals Rd
SR 60

Start
Date
10/31/2003
10/15/2003
10/31/2003
4/1/2006
10/15/2001
4/10/2007
4/30/2008
7/16/2004
9/6/2006
5/1/2009
11/22/2006
10/2/2009
8/1/2006

Status

Feature

Active
Active
Active
Completed
Completed
Active
Completed
Completed
Completed
Active
Completed
Active
Completed

4 to 8 Lanes
4 to 8 Lanes
4 to 8 Lanes
0 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 6 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 6 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
0 to 4 Lanes

Section Design
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter

ROW Cost
$590,366
$13,368,974
$9,831,370
$4,000,000
$6,750,000
$23,700,000
$23,782,299

$10,216,345
$9,883,047
$102,122,401

Construction
ROWto
Cost
Construction
$14,931,747
4%
$52,249,133
26%
$37,489,099
26%
$7,242,200
55%
$5,656,000
119%
$24,000,000
99%
$12,187,144
$15,973,286
52%
$12,198,251
$5,375,855
$16,570,837
27%
$20,814,450
$8,656,579
114%
$233,344,581
44%

Source: Hillsborough County Public Works Department

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Table B13
RightofWay Cost Factor for County and State Roads Recent Impact Fee Studies
Year

County

2006
2006
2006
2006
2007
2007
2007
2007
2008
2008
2009
2009
2009
2010
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
2013
2013
2014
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015

Collier
Citrus
Highlands
Marion
Pasco
Lake
Flagler
Volusia
Leon
Sumter
Collier
Polk
Hillsborough/Tampa
Collier
Sarasota/North Port
Osceola
Orange
City of Orlando
City of Sarasota
Hernando
Charlotte
Indian River
Collier
Brevard
Sumter
Marion
Palm Beach
Average

County Roadways (Cost per Lane Mile)


ROW
Constr.
ROW Ratio
$1,751,790
$2,558,546
68%
$784,599
$2,584,099
30%
$468,853
$1,678,785
28%
$1,005,123
$1,941,244
52%
$814,517
$3,079,051
26%
$599,185
$2,911,021
21%
$460,000
$1,740,000
26%
$858,109
$2,651,778
32%
$1,120,000
$2,660,000
42%
$802,000
$2,237,000
36%
$1,300,000
$3,100,000
42%
$1,491,000
$1,590,000
94%
$1,500,000
$2,800,000
54%
$901,000
$1,708,000
53%
$620,000
$2,400,000
26%
$1,087,074
$2,651,400
41%
$1,080,000
$2,400,000
45%
$1,080,000
$2,400,000
45%
$620,000
$2,400,000
26%
$811,800
$1,980,000
41%
$1,034,000
$2,200,000
47%
$656,000
$1,598,000
41%
$863,000
$2,700,000
32%
$708,000
$2,023,000
35%
$945,000
$2,100,000
45%
$1,001,000
$1,668,000
60%
$721,000
$1,759,000
41%
$929,002
$2,278,479
41%
(a)

State Roadways (Cost per Lane Mile)


ROW
Constr.
ROW Ratio
$1,751,790
$3,385,978
52%
$949,979
$2,860,227
33%
$507,500
$2,480,900
20%
$868,908
$1,430,919
61%
$1,560,714
$3,050,799
51%
$1,462,133
$3,184,125
46%
n/a
$954,543
$3,095,258
31%
$1,363,000
$3,383,000
40%
$1,400,000
$2,380,000
59%
$1,300,000
$3,200,000
41%
$550,000
$2,170,000
25%
$2,500,000
$3,500,000
71%
$901,000
$2,418,000
37%
$800,000
$2,000,000
40%
$1,167,598
$2,847,800
41%
n/a
$1,305,000
$2,900,000
45%
$1,144,000
$2,600,000
44%
$890,560
$2,024,000
44%
$1,128,000
$2,400,000
47%
$781,000
$1,776,000
44%
$863,000
$2,700,000
32%
$1,006,000
$2,785,000
36%
$1,127,000
$2,505,000
45%
$1,236,000
$2,060,000
60%
$1,333,000
$3,029,000
44%
$1,154,029
$2,646,640
44%
(b)

Source: Recent impact fee studies conducted throughout Florida


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Table B14
Construction Cost Hillsborough County Local Roadway Improvements
Project ID

From

To

Start
Date

Pebble Creek
Palm Springs
Bearss Ave
US 301
US 41
Ehrlich Rd
Bloomingdale Ave
Douglas Rd
Countryway Blvd
Linebaugh Ave
Hillsborough Ave
Balm Riverview Rd
Donneymoor Dr
Brandon Town Center
MLK Blvd

Pasco Co. Line


Pebble Creek Dr
Palm Springs
Falkenburg Rd
78th St
S. Mobley Rd
Boyette Rd
Linebaugh Ave
S. Mobley Rd
Countryway Blvd
Douglas Rd
Donneymoor Dr
Bell Shoals Rd
SR 60
Sydney Rd

10/31/2003
10/15/2003
10/31/2003
4/1/2006
10/7/2011
10/15/2001
4/10/2007
4/30/2008
7/16/2004
9/6/2006
5/1/2009
11/22/2006
10/2/2009
8/1/2006
12/1/2014

Roadway

61043000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment D


61044000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment B/C
61045000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment A
61057000 Columbus Dr Ext.
61150000 Madison Ave
69106000 Gunn Hwy
69112000 Bell Shoals Rd
69118000 Race Track Rd, Ph. I
69119000 Race Track Rd, Ph. II
69120000 Race Track Rd, Ph. III
69121000 Race Track Rd, Ph. IV
69123000 Boyette Rd, Ph. II
69124000 Boyette Rd, Ph. III
69127000 Gornto Lake Rd Ext.
69625000 Turkey Creek Rd
Total
Total (excluding Boyette Rd, Ph. II and Ph. III)

Status

Feature

Active
Active
Active
Completed
Active
Completed
Active
Completed
Completed
Completed
Active
Completed
Active
Completed
Active

4 to 8 Lanes
4 to 8 Lanes
4 to 8 Lanes
0 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 6 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 6 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes
0 to 4 Lanes
2 to 4 Lanes

Section Design
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter

Lanes
Length
Added
1.36
3.36
3.56
1.56
2.29
0.90
2.20
1.01
1.80
1.26
0.69
0.92
1.84
0.60
1.40
24.75
21.99

4
4
4
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
4
2

Lane
Construction
Construction
Miles
Cost per Lane
Cost
Added
Mile
5.44
$14,931,747
$2,744,806
13.44
$52,249,133
$3,887,584
14.24
$37,489,099
$2,632,661
6.24
$7,242,200
$1,160,609
4.58
$7,000,000
$1,528,384
1.80
$5,656,000
$3,142,222
4.40
$24,000,000
$5,454,545
4.04
$12,187,144
$3,016,620
3.60
$15,973,286
$4,437,024
2.52
$12,198,251
$4,840,576
2.76
$5,375,855
$1,947,774
$16,570,837
$9,005,890
1.84
3.68
$20,814,450
$5,656,101
2.40
$8,656,579
$3,606,908
2.80
$3,166,000
$1,130,714
73.78 $243,510,581
$3,300,496
68.26 $206,125,294
$3,019,708

Source: Hillsborough County Public Works Department

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March 2016

B-13

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table B15
Construction Cost County Road Improvements from Other Jurisdictions throughout Florida
County
Orange
Orange
Orange
Orange
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Osceola
Sarasota
Sarasota
Lee
Indian River
Indian River
Polk
Polk
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Collier
Collier
Marion
Marion
Marion
Marion
Orange
Broward
Lee
Charlotte
Indian River
Indian River
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Citrus
Brevard
Sarasota
Lee
Orange
Orange
Osceola
Pinellas
Hernando
Hernando

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District
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
4
4
4
4
1
1
5
5
5
5
5
4
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
7
5
1
1
5
5
5
1
7
7

Description
Clarcona-Ocoee Rd
Woodbury Rd
Sand Lake Rd
Taft-Vineland Road Extension
Narcoossee Rd
Osceola Pkwy (Ph. I)
Poinciana Blvd (Ph. II)
Old Lake Wilson Rd (Ph. I)
Fruitville Rd (Ph. I)
Fruitville Rd (Ph. II)
Colonial Blvd (CR 884)
College Lane Rd
16th St
Pine Tree Trail
Lakeland Highlands Rd
Alt. A1A
Lyons Rd
Hypoluxo Rd
Lawrence Rd
Oil Well Rd (Segment 2)
Oil Well Rd (Segment 4A)
CR 200A
NW 44th Ave
SE 31st St
Alafaya Tr
Bailey Rd
Six Mile Cypress Pkwy
Piper Rd
53rd St
53rd St
45th St
Jog Rd
Congress Ave
Seminole Pratt Whitney Rd
Seminole Pratt Whitney Rd
CR 486
Pineda Cswy Extension
North Cattlemen Rd
Daniels Pkwy
Rouse Rd
CR 535 Seg. A
Goodman Rd
Bryan Dairy Rd
Elgin Blvd
Sunshine Grove Rd

From
Hiawassee Rd
S. of SR 50
President's Dr
Central Florida Pkwy
US 192
FL Turnpike
Crescent Lakes
Livingston Rd
Tatum Rd
Coburn Rd
I-75
Extension IRSC
66th Ave
Ernie Caldwell Blvd
Polk Pkwy
S. of Frederick Small Rd
Glades Rd
Jog Rd
S. of C. Stanley Weaver Canal
Immokalee Rd
W. of Oil Well Grade Rd
US 441
US 27
SE 19th Ave
SE 36th Ave
Avalon Park Blvd
NW 64th Ave / SW 81st Ave
Daniels Pkwy
Henry St
Kings Hwy
Lateral H Canal
Jog Rd
S. of 45th St
Lantana Rd
SR 80
S. of M Canal
SR 44
I-95
Richardson Rd
Chamberlin Pkwy
SR 50
Magnolia Park Ct
Tri-County
Starkey Rd (CR 1)
Mariner Blvd
SR 50

To
Clark
Challenger Pkwy
FL Mall
John Young Pkwy
Orange Co. Line
Buenaventura Blvd
US 17/92
Sinclair Rd
Debrecen Rd
Tatum Rd
SR 82
66th Ave
74th Ave
CR 54/Reagan Pkwy
CR 540A
Center St
Yamato Rd
Military Tr
N. of C. Stanley Weaver Canal
E. of Everglades Blvd
W. of Camp Keais Rd
NE 35th St
NW 60th St
SE 36th Ave
SR 464
Mark Twain Blvd
SR 7 (US 441)
S. of Winkler Rd Ext.
Jones Loop Rd
Lateral H Canal
Indian River Blvd
E. of Haverhill Rd
N. of 45th St
Melaluca Ln
Sycamore Dr
S. of Orange Blvd
Forest Ridge Blvd
W. of Wickham Rd
Desoto Rd
Gateway Blvd
Corporate Blvd
SR 429
Sand Mine Rd
72nd St
East 3900'
Ken Austin Pkwy

B-14

Year

Status

Feature

Design

Length

Lanes
Added

2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011

Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid

2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
4 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
4 to 6
0 to 2
0 to 2
0 to 2
2 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
4 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4/6
2 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 4
0 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 4
4 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 4
2 to 4
4 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 2
4 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4

Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Sub-Urb
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban

2.50
0.65
1.00
0.70
7.40
1.57
2.50
2.30
0.72
1.26
2.70
0.50
1.27
1.40
3.01
4.40
1.80
2.00
0.20
5.05
4.72
1.73
2.63
1.50
0.30
3.83
2.00
3.09
2.10
2.04
0.50
1.50
0.50
1.30
4.20
1.40
6.30
2.10
2.55
2.05
2.60
1.37
3.53
1.47
0.74
2.10

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2/4
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
4
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Lane Miles
Added

Construction Cost

Construction Cost
per Lane Mile

5.00
1.30
2.00
1.40
14.80
3.14
5.00
4.60
1.44
2.52
5.40
1.00
2.54
2.80
6.02
8.80
3.60
4.00
0.40
10.92
18.88
3.46
5.26

$10,182,738
$4,088,942
$6,020,755
$4,462,535
$47,360,000
$5,966,000
$16,000,000
$14,720,000
$4,355,796
$8,557,904
$14,576,393
$1,700,000
$3,109,321
$3,442,332
$13,603,672
$6,364,139
$5,967,464
$4,054,386
$1,051,680
$15,091,068
$15,875,782
$6,451,296
$5,910,189

$2,036,548
$3,145,340
$3,010,378
$3,187,525
$3,200,000
$1,900,000
$3,200,000
$3,200,000
$3,024,858
$3,395,994
$2,699,332
$1,700,000
$1,224,142
$1,229,404
$2,259,746
$723,198
$1,657,629
$1,013,597
$2,629,200
$1,381,966
$840,878
$1,864,536
$1,123,610

4.20

$5,544,524

$1,320,125

7.66
4.00
6.18
4.20
8.16
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.60
8.40
2.80
12.60
8.40
5.10
4.10
5.20
2.74
7.06
2.94
1.48
4.20

$18,918,599
$6,330,297
$6,711,242
$8,627,803
$7,000,000
$7,605,993
$12,423,103
$4,960,399
$6,130,698
$9,930,460
$2,820,892
$26,614,211
$17,238,865
$12,153,584
$2,906,553
$29,380,249
$8,390,570
$7,060,000
$10,327,383
$2,684,566
$4,646,801

$2,469,791
$1,582,574
$1,085,961
$2,054,239
$857,843
$3,802,997
$4,141,034
$2,480,200
$2,357,961
$1,182,198
$1,007,461
$2,112,239
$2,052,246
$2,383,056
$708,915
$5,650,048
$3,062,252
$1,000,000
$3,512,715
$1,813,896
$1,106,381

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table B15 (Continued)
Construction Cost County Road Improvements from Other Jurisdictions throughout Florida
County

District

Description

From

Palm Beach
4
Lyons Rd
N. of West Atlantic Ave
Charlotte
1
Burnt Store Rd (Ph. I)
US 41
Indian River
4
Oslo Rd Ph. II
43rd Ave
Indian River
4
Oslo Rd Ph. III
43rd Ave
Indian River
4
66th Ave
SR 60
Polk
1
Kathleen Rd (CR35A) Ph. II
Galloway Rd
Polk
1
Bartow Northern Connector Ph. I US 98
Volusia
5
Tymber Creek Rd
SR 40
Palm Beach
4
Jog Rd
N. of SR 710
Palm Beach
4
West Atlantic Ave
W. of Lyons Rd
Palm Beach
4
60th St N & SR 7 Ext.
E. of Royal Palm Beach Blvd
Brevard
5
Babcock St
S. of Foundation Park Blvd
Marion
5
SW 110th St
US 41
Marion
5
NW 35th St
NW 35th Avenue Rd
Marion
5
NW 35th St
NW 27th Ave
Sumter
5
C-466A, Ph. III
US 301 N
Collier
1
Collier Blvd (CR 951)
Golden Gate Blvd
Collier
1
Golden Gate Blvd
Wilson Blvd
Brevard
5
St. Johns Heritage Pkwy
SE of I-95 Intersection
Total
Source: Data obtained from each respective county (Building and Public Works Departments

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

To
S. of Boynotno Beach Blvd
Notre Dame Blvd
27th Ave
58th Ave
49th St
Duff Rd
US 17
Peruvian Ln
N. of Florida's Turnpike
Starkey Rd
SR 7
Malabar Rd
SW 200th Ave
NW 27th Ave
US 441
Powell Rd
Green Blvd
Desoto Blvd
US 192 (Space Coast Pkwy)

B-15

Year

Status

Feature

Design

2011
2011
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2014
2014
2014

Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid

0 to 2
2 to 4
2 to 4D
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 2
2 to 4
0 to 2
0 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 3/4
4 to 6
2 to 4
0 to 2

Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Sub-Urb

Length
3.20
2.40
1.20
1.15
3.05
3.00
2.00
0.75
0.70
0.80
1.50
12.40
0.11
0.50
1.30
1.10
2.74
5.71
3.11
Count:

Lanes
Added
2
2
3
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
65

Lane Miles
Added

Construction Cost
per Lane Mile

Construction Cost

6.40
4.80
3.60
2.30
6.10
6.00
8.00
1.50
2.80
1.60
3.00
24.80
0.22

$5,329,359
$13,512,394
$4,531,822
$3,812,202
$20,773,389
$17,813,685
$11,255,736
$5,276,057
$3,413,874
$8,818,727
$3,821,404
$56,000,000
$438,765

$832,712
$2,815,082
$1,258,839
$1,657,479
$3,405,474
$2,968,948
$1,406,967
$3,517,371
$1,219,241
$5,511,704
$1,273,801
$2,258,065
$1,994,386

4.60

$8,616,236

$1,873,095

2.20
5.48
11.42
6.22
324.34

$4,283,842
$21,157,124
$51,402,161
$16,763,567
$694,339,528

$1,947,201
$3,860,789
$4,501,065
$2,695,107
$2,140,777

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table B16
Construction Cost State Road Improvements from Hillsborough County and Other Jurisdictions throughout Florida
County
Leon
Indian River
Sarasota
Pasco
Lee
Marion
Miami-Dade
Polk
Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa
St. Lucie
Sumter
Washington
Lake
Polk
Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa
Lee
Polk
St. Lucie
Polk
Hillsborough
Pinellas
Polk
Lake
Hillsborough
Collier
Volusia
Volusia
Pinellas
Miami-Dade
Hernando
Orange
Clay
Hendry
Hendry
Lee
Seminole
Palm Beach
Polk
Polk
Brevard
Broward
Lee
Brevard
Hillsborough
Lee

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

District
3
4
1
7
1
5
6
1
3
3
4
5
3
5
1
3
3
1
1
4
1
7
7
1
5
7
1
5
5
7
6
7
5
2
1
1
1
5
4
1
1
5
4
1
5
7
1

Description
SR 10 (Mahan Drive)
SR 60 (Osceola Blvd)
US 301
US 41 (SR 45)
SR 739
SR 35 (US 301)
Perimeter Rd
US 27
SR 281 (Avalon Blvd)
SR 281 (Avalon Blvd)
SR 70
SR 35 (US 301)
SR 79
SR 50
SR 559 Extension
SR 281 (Avalon Blvd)
SR 281 (Avalon Blvd)
US 41
US 98
SR 70
US 98 (Bartow Hwy)
CR 39/Alexander St
SR 688 (Ulmerton Rd)
SR 60 (Van Fleet)
SR 500 (US 441)
SR 574 (MLK Blvd)
SR 84 (Davis Blvd)
SR 415
SR 415
US 19 (SR 55)
SR 823/NW 57th Ave
SR 50 (Cortez Blvd)
SR 50
SR 23
SR 80
SR 80
SR 739
SR 434
SR 710/Beeline Hwy
US 27
US 98 (SR 35/SR 700)
SR 5 (US 1)
Andrews Ave Ext.
SR 78 (Pine Island)
SR 507 (Babcock St)
SR 41 (US 301)
US 41 Business

From
Dempsey Mayo Rd
W. of I-95
Wood St
Tower Rd
US 41 (S. of Alico)
Sumter County Line
NW 72 Avenue
N. of CR 546
N. of CSX R/R Bridge
Gulf Rd
MP 5.860
N. of CR 204
N. Environmental Rd
E. of Grand Hwy
SR 655 (Recker Hwy)
SR 8 (I-10)
S. of Moor's Lodge
Corkscrew Rd
S. of Manor Dr
Okeechobee County Line
Brooks St
N. of I-4
E. of 119th St
W. of US 98/Broadway
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
W. of Highview Rd
E. of Santa Barbara Blvd
Seminole Co. Line
Reed Ellis Rd
N. of CR 576/Sunset Pnt
W. 23rd St
US 19 (SR 55)
E. of West Oaks Mall
Oakleaf Plantation Pkwy
Birchwood Pkwy
CR 833
Winkler Ave
I-4
W. of Congress Ave
N. of Ritchie Rd
N. of CR 540A
N. of Pine St
NW 18th St
Burnt Store Rd
Melbourne Ave
S. of Tampa Bypass Canal
Littleton Rd

To
Walden Rd
W. of 82nd Ave/CR 609
Myrtle Ave
Ridge Rd
Six Mile Cypress Pkwy
529' S. of CR 42
NW 57 Avenue
S. of SR 544
S. of Commerce Rd
SR 10 (US 90)
MP 10.216
Marion County Line
Strickland Rd
W. of Hancock Rd
Derby Ave
S. of Moor's Lodge
N. of CSX R/R Bridge
San Carlos Blvd
N. of CR 540A
MP 5.871
Edgewood Dr
N. of Knights Griffin
W. of Seminole Bypass
W. of US 17 (SR 555)
Lake Ella Rd
E. of Parsons Ave
W. of Radio Rd
Reed Ellis Rd
0.3 miles N. of Acorn Lake
S. of Countryside Blvd
W. 46th St
W. of CR 587/Mariner Blvd
W. of Good Homes Rd
Old Jennings
Dalton Lane
US 27
Hanson St
Rangeline Rd
W. of Australian Ave
S. of Barry Rd
SR 540
N. of Cidco Rd
Copans Rd
W of Chiquita Blvd
Fee Ave
N. of Fowler Ave
SR 739

B-16

Year

Status

Feature

Design

Length

Lanes
Added

2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2009
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2012
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013

Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid

2 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
2 to 4
0 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
4 to 6
0 to 2
2 to 4
2 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
2 to 4
4 to 6
0 to 4
4 to 6
2 to 4
4 to 6
3 to 5
2 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
4 to 6
4 to 6
0 to 2
2 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 6
4 to 6
2 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
4 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4
2 to 4

Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Sub-Urb
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Sub-Urb
Urban

3.10
3.07
2.60
2.84
2.77
1.40
1.50
1.56
0.98
1.78
4.36
1.51
1.72
1.30
0.69
0.85
1.48
4.48
3.32
5.87
0.72
3.19
1.50
0.86
3.25
0.91
1.77
2.26
5.07
1.76
1.48
6.02
0.45
3.14
5.00
2.90
1.34
1.80
0.84
3.20
3.45
3.84
0.50
1.94
0.55
1.81
1.23

2
2
2
2
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Lane Miles
Added
6.20
6.14
5.20
5.68
16.62
2.80
3.00
3.12
1.96
3.56
8.72
3.02
3.44
2.60
1.38
1.70
2.96
8.96
6.64
11.74
1.44
12.76
3.00
1.72
6.50
1.82
7.08
4.53
10.13
3.52
2.96
12.04
0.90
6.28
10.00
5.80
8.04
3.60
1.68
6.40
6.90
7.68
1.00
3.88
1.10
3.62
2.46

Construction Cost
$18,083,410
$7,134,452
$14,666,593
$12,685,027
$20,552,627
$3,596,000
$4,855,070
$4,100,069
$5,621,006
$9,150,583
$12,426,020
$3,856,688
$8,877,323
$4,689,633
$2,751,592
$5,378,226
$7,120,212
$12,468,224
$11,092,909
$18,782,629
$4,341,917
$14,782,862
$16,908,928
$9,460,591
$16,278,889
$7,147,510
$10,663,287
$18,718,637
$18,388,845
$17,196,050
$13,942,533
$39,444,222
$8,694,472
$13,231,111
$12,855,092
$8,117,039
$14,025,932
$10,111,333
$12,189,533
$14,242,918
$17,707,436
$28,089,660
$6,592,014
$8,005,048
$5,167,891
$15,758,965
$8,488,393

Construction Cost
per Lane Mile
$2,916,679
$1,161,963
$2,820,499
$2,233,279
$1,236,620
$1,284,286
$1,618,357
$1,314,125
$2,867,860
$2,570,388
$1,425,002
$1,277,049
$2,580,617
$1,803,705
$1,993,907
$3,163,662
$2,405,477
$1,391,543
$1,670,619
$1,599,883
$3,015,220
$1,158,532
$5,636,309
$5,500,344
$2,504,444
$3,927,203
$1,506,114
$4,132,149
$1,815,286
$4,885,241
$4,710,315
$3,276,098
$9,660,524
$2,106,865
$1,285,509
$1,399,489
$1,744,519
$2,808,704
$7,255,674
$2,225,456
$2,566,295
$3,657,508
$6,592,014
$2,063,157
$4,698,083
$4,353,305
$3,450,566

Hillsborough County
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DRAFT
Table B16 (continued)
Construction Cost State Road Improvements from Hillsborough County and Other Jurisdictions throughout Florida
County

District

Brevard
Orange
Okeechobee
Martin
Pinellas
Broward
Nassau
Broward
Miami-Dade
Miami-Dade
Charlotte
Duval
Desoto
Pinellas
Orange
Hendry
Sarasota
Clay
Putnam
Palm Beach
Osceola
Orange
Osceola
Total

5
5
1
4
7
4
2
4
6
6
1
2
1
7
5
1
1
2
2
4
5
5
5

Description
Apollo Blvd
SR 50 (Colonial Dr)
SR 70
CR 714/Indian St
43rd St Extension
SR 7 (US 441)
SR 200 (A1A)
Andrews Ave Ext.
SR 823/NW 57th Ave
SR 823/NW 57th Ave
US 41 (SR 45)
SR 243 (JIA N Access)
US 17
SR 688 (Ulmerton Rd)
SR 50
SR 82 (Immokalee Rd)
SR 45A (US 41) (Venice Bypass)
SR 21
SR 15 (US 17)
SR 710 (Beeline Hwy)
SR 500 (US 192/441)
SR 15 (Hofner Rd)
SR 500 (US 192/441)

From
Sarno Rd
E. of CR 425 (Dean Rd)
NE 34th Ave
Turnpike/Martin Downs Blvd
S. of 118th Ave
N. of Hallendale Beach
W. of Still Quarters Rd
Pompano Park Place
W. 65th St
W. 53rd St
Enterprise Dr
Airport Rd
CR 760A (Nocatee)
E. of 49th St
SR 429 (Western Beltway)
Lee County Line
Gulf Coast Blvd
S. of Branan Field
Horse Landing Rd
W. of Australian Ave
Eastern Ave
Lee Vista Blvd
Aeronautical Blvd

To
Eau Gallie Blvd
E. of Old Cheney Hwy
NE 80th Ave
W. of Mapp Rd
40th St
N. of Fillmore St
W. of Ruben Ln
S. of Atlantic Blvd
W. 84th St
W. 65th St
Sarasota County Line
Pelican Park (I-95)
Heard St
W. of 38th St N
E. of West Oaks Mall
Collier County Line
Bird Bay Dr W
Old Jennings Rd
N Boundary Rd
Old Dixie Hwy
Nova Rd
Conway Rd
Budinger Ave

Year

Status

Feature

Design

2013
2013
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015

Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid
Bid

2 to 4
4 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
0 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
2 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
4 to 6
0 to 2
2 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
2 to 4
4 to 6
4 to 6
2 to 4
2 to 4
4 to 6
2 to 4
4 to 6

Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban

Length
0.74
4.91
3.60
1.87
0.49
1.79
3.05
0.36
1.00
0.78
3.62
2.60
4.40
0.76
2.56
1.27
1.14
1.45
1.99
0.82
3.18
3.81
3.94
Count:

Lanes
Added

Lane Miles
Added

2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
70

1.48
9.82
7.20
3.74
1.96
3.58
6.10
0.72
2.00
1.56
7.24
5.20
8.80
1.52
5.12
2.54
2.28
2.90
3.98
1.64
6.36
7.62
7.88
343.52

Construction Cost
$10,318,613
$66,201,688
$23,707,065
$14,935,957
$4,872,870
$30,674,813
$18,473,682
$3,177,530
$17,896,531
$14,837,466
$31,131,016
$14,205,429
$29,584,798
$19,306,771
$34,275,001
$7,593,742
$16,584,224
$15,887,487
$13,869,804
$17,423,228
$16,187,452
$37,089,690
$34,256,621
$1,050,930,879

Construction Cost
per Lane Mile
$6,972,036
$6,741,516
$3,292,648
$3,993,571
$2,486,158
$8,568,384
$3,028,472
$4,413,236
$8,948,266
$9,511,196
$4,299,864
$2,731,813
$3,361,909
$12,701,823
$6,694,336
$2,989,662
$7,273,782
$5,478,444
$3,484,875
$10,623,920
$2,545,197
$4,867,413
$4,347,287
$3,059,300

Source: FDOT Bid Tabs

Table B17
Construction Engineering & Inspection Cost Factor Hillsborough County Local Roadway Improvements
Project ID

Roadway

61043000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment D


61044000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment B/C
61045000 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Segment A
Total

From
Pebble Creek
Palm Springs
Bearss Ave

To
Pasco Co. Line
Pebble Creek Dr
Palm Springs

Start
Date
10/31/2003
10/15/2003
10/31/2003

Status

Feature

Active
Active
Active

4 to 8 Lanes
4 to 8 Lanes
4 to 8 Lanes

Section Design
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter
Urban; Curb & Gutter

CEI Cost
$1,356,000
$4,746,261
$3,645,578
$9,747,839

Construction
CEIto
Cost
Construction
$14,931,747
9%
$52,249,133
9%
$37,489,099
10%
$104,669,979
9%

Source: Hillsborough County Public Works Department

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March 2016

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Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table B18
CEI Cost Factor for County and State Roads Recent Impact Fee Studies
Year

County

2006
2006
2006
2006
2007
2007
2007
2007
2008
2008
2009
2009
2009
2010
2011
2012
2012
2012
2012
2013
2013
2014
2015
2015
2015
2015
2015

Collier
Citrus
Highlands
Marion
Pasco
Lake
Flagler
Volusia
Leon
Sumter
Collier
Polk
Hillsborough/Tampa
Collier
Sarasota/North Port
Osceola
Orange
City of Orlando
City of Sarasota
Hernando
Charlotte
Indian River
Collier
Brevard
Sumter
Marion
Palm Beach
Average

County Roadways (Cost per Lane Mile)


CEI
Constr.
CEI Ratio
$294,054
$2,558,546
11%
$180,887
$2,584,099
7%
n/a
n/a
$215,534
$3,079,051
7%
$116,441
$2,911,021
4%
$174,000
$1,740,000
10%
$238,660
$2,651,778
9%
$372,400
$2,660,000
14%
$223,700
$2,237,000
10%
$186,000
$3,100,000
6%
$111,300
$1,590,000
7%
$308,000
$2,800,000
11%
$119,560
$1,708,000
7%
$216,000
$2,400,000
9%
$265,140
$2,651,400
10%
$2,400,000
n/a
$2,400,000
n/a
$216,000
$2,400,000
9%
$178,200
$1,980,000
9%
$220,000
$2,200,000
10%
$143,000
$1,598,000
9%
$270,000
$2,700,000
10%
$344,000
$2,023,000
17%
$147,000
$2,100,000
7%
$50,000
$1,668,000
3%
$108,000
$1,759,000
6%
$204,255
$2,308,648
9%
(a)

State Roadways (Cost per Lane Mile)


CEI
Constr.
CEI Ratio
$354,442
$3,385,978
10%
$474,464
$2,860,227
17%
n/a
n/a
$442,849
$3,050,799
15%
$318,412
$3,184,125
10%
n/a
$309,526
$3,095,258
10%
$270,640
$3,383,000
8%
$238,000
$2,380,000
10%
$320,000
$3,200,000
10%
$217,000
$2,170,000
10%
$315,000
$3,500,000
9%
$241,800
$2,418,000
10%
$180,000
$2,000,000
9%
$313,258
$2,847,800
11%
n/a
$2,900,000
n/a
$286,000
$2,600,000
11%
$222,640
$2,024,000
11%
$240,000
$2,400,000
10%
$196,000
$1,776,000
11%
$270,000
$2,700,000
10%
$316,000
$2,875,000
11%
$250,000
$2,505,000
10%
$227,000
$2,060,000
11%
$333,000
$3,029,000
11%
$6,336,031
$59,444,187
11%
(b)

Source: Recent impact fee studies conducted throughout Florida


Note: Letter references (i.e., a) are used to assist with footnotes and sourcing
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March 2016

B-18

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Roadway Capacity
As shown in Table B-19, the average capacity per lane mile was based on the projects in the
Hillsborough County 2040 Long Range Transportation Cost Feasible Plan and the Community
Transportation Plan. This listing of projects reflects the mix of improvements that will yield
the vehicle-miles of capacity (VMC) that will be built in Hillsborough County. The resulting
weighted average capacity per lane mile of 9,500 was used in the mobility fee calculation.

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March 2016

B-19

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table B19
Hillsborough County 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan & Community Transportation Plan
Jurisdiction

Description

State Roads
State
Hillsborough Ave
State
US 92
State
US 92
State
SR 60
State
US 41
State
US 301
County/City Roads
City
Reo St
City
Trask St
City
Interbay Blvd
County Orient Rd
County Progress Blvd
County Big Bend Rd
County Lithia Pinecrest Blvd
County Harney Rd
County Sligh Ave
County County Line Rd
County Anderson Rd
County Anderson Rd
County Bearss Ave
County Davis Rd
County Falkenburg Rd
County Fletcher Ave
County Linebaugh Ave
County New E/W Road (New Tampa)
City
New Tampa Blvd
City
Occident St Extension
County Sam Allen Rd
County Sam Allen Rd Extension
City
Trask St Extension
County Woodberry Rd
County Citrus Park Dr Extension
Total (All Roads):
County Roads (includes City Rds):
State Roads:
Urban (Curb & Gutter) Section Design:
Rural (Open Drainage) Section Design:
New Road Construction:
Lane Addition:

From

To

Improvement

Length

Lanes
Added

Lane
Miles
Added

Section
Design

Initial
Capacity

Future
Capacity

Added
Capacity

Vehicle Miles
of Capacity
Added

50th St
I-4
Reynolds St
Valrico Rd
Madison Ave
SR 60

Orient Rd
CR 579 (Mango Rd)
County Line Rd
SR 39
Causeway Blvd
Selmon Expressway

Lane Addition (4 to 6)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (4 to 6)
Lane Addition (4 to 6)
Lane Addition (4 to 6)

1.77
2.95
3.57
8.04
1.52
1.31

2
2
2
2
2
2

3.54
5.90
7.14
16.08
3.04
2.62

Urban
Urban
Rural
Urban
Urban
Urban

39,800
17,700
17,700
39,800
39,800
39,800

59,900
39,800
39,800
59,900
59,900
59,900

20,100
22,100
22,100
20,100
20,100
20,100

35,577
65,195
78,897
161,604
30,552
26,331

Gray St
Cypress St
Manhattan Ave
Sligh Ave
Magnolia Park Blvd
US 41
Adelaide Ave
Hillsborough Ave
56th St
Livingston Ave
Hillsborough Ave
Sligh Ave
I-275
Harney Rd
MLK Jr. Blvd
30th St
Sheldon Rd
I-275
Commerce Park Blvd
Cypress St
Park Rd
Wilder Rd
Cypress St
Falkenburg Rd
Country Way Blvd

Cypress St
Boyscout Blvd
Dale Mabry Hwy
Columbus Dr
Valleydale Dr
I-75
Lumsden Dr
Temple Terrace Hwy
US 301
Grand Hampton
Hoover Blvd
Linebaugh Ave
BB Downs Blvd
Maislin Dr
Hillsborough Ave
Morris Bridge Rd
Veterans Exway
Commerce Park Blvd
BB Downs Blvd
Westshore Plaza
Wilder Rd
County Line Rd
Gray St
Grand Regency Blvd
Sheldon Rd

Lane Addition (2 to 4)
New Road Construction (0 to 2)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (4 to 6)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (4 to 6)
Lane Addition (4 to 6)
New Road Construction (0 to 2)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
Lane Addition (4 to 6)
Lane Addition (4 to 6)
New Road Construction (0 to 4)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
New Road Construction (0 to 2)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
New Road Construction (0 to 4)
New Road Construction (0 to 2)
Lane Addition (2 to 4)
New Road Construction (0 to 4)

0.30
0.52
0.90
3.00
0.55
1.70
4.00
2.19
2.37
3.11
0.99
2.13
2.08
0.40
0.98
4.07
1.53
2.75
2.35
0.22
0.43
1.70
0.25
0.58
2.74

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
4
2
2
4

0.60
1.04
1.80
6.00
1.10
3.40
8.00
4.38
4.74
6.22
1.98
4.26
4.16
0.80
1.96
8.14
3.06
11.00
4.70
0.44
0.86
6.80
0.50
1.16
10.96
136.38
98.06
38.32
115.36
21.02
31.54
104.84

Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Rural
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Urban
Rural
Rural
Urban
Urban
Urban

14,060
0
16,815
16,815
16,815
37,810
16,815
16,815
16,815
16,815
14,060
32,110
37,810
0
16,815
34,471
37,810
0
15,930
0
16,815
0
0
16,815
0

30,780
14,060
37,810
37,810
37,810
56,905
37,810
37,810
37,810
37,810
30,780
48,355
56,905
14,060
37,810
51,890
56,905
30,780
35,820
13,320
37,810
16,815
13,320
37,810
37,810

16,720
14,060
20,995
20,995
20,995
19,095
20,995
20,995
20,995
20,995
16,720
16,245
19,095
14,060
20,995
17,419
19,095
30,780
19,890
13,320
20,995
16,815
13,320
20,995
37,810

5,016
7,311
18,896
62,985
11,547
32,462
83,980
45,979
49,758
65,294
16,553
34,602
39,718
5,624
20,575
70,895
29,215
84,645
46,742
2,930
9,028
28,586
3,330
12,177
103,599
1,289,603
891,447
398,156
1,107,798
181,805
1,107,798
181,805
9,500

72% (a)
28% (b)
85% (c)
15% (d)
23% (e)
77% (f)
VMC Added per Lane Mile:

Source: Imagine Hillsborough 2040 Long Range Transportation Cost Feasible Plan
Hillsborough Community Transportation Plan
Discussions with Public Works Staff

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March 2016

B-20

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Transit Capital Costs
To convert the roadway impact fee into a mobility fee, the marginal cost of adding transit
infrastructure needs to be considered. This section details the difference in cost per personmile of capacity between expanding a roadway without transit amenities versus expanding a
roadway with transit amenities. This calculation also accounts for the change in roadway
PMC that occurs when a bus is on the road.
First, Table B-21 calculates the person-miles of capacity added for each new transit vehicle
on the road. This calculation adjusts for the fact that buses have a much higher personcapacity than passenger vehicles. This table also identifies transit capital cost variables that
will be used to calculate the added capital cost of constructing/expanding a roadway with
transit facilities.
Next, Table B-20 combines the roadway VMC and the transit PMC to calculate the marginal
change in cost per PMC. First, the roadway characteristics, including cost and capacity, were
used to calculate the roadway cost per VMC for a generic 20-mile roadway segment. Then,
an adjustment factor was applied to recognize that incorporating transit along a segment of
roadway decreases the vehicle-capacity as the bus makes intermittent stops and interrupts
the free-flowing traffic. As shown in Table B-20, the bus blockage adjustment factor is much
higher for a 2-lane roadway than for a 4-lane roadway. On a 2-lane road, all cars get caught
behind the bus during a stop, while on a 4-lane roadway, there is an unobstructed travel lane
that cars can use to pass-by or maneuver around the slower transit vehicle. This adjusted
VMC was then converted to PMC using the vehicle-miles to person-miles adjustment factor
previously discussed in this report. The additional person-capacity from the buses was added
to the adjusted roadway PMC. The person-miles of capacity that a transit system would add
to the stretch of roadway (Table B-21) mitigates the decrease in vehicle-miles of capacity due
to the bus blockage adjustments.
Next, the capital cost of transit infrastructure was added to the capital cost of the roadway
expansion for both new road construction (0 to 2 lanes) and lane addition (2 to 4 lanes). With
the transit infrastructure included, the updated cost per PMC was calculated, which now
reflects the total cost of building a new road with transit, or expanding a roadway and adding
transit amenities. When compared to the cost per PMC for simply building/expanding a
roadway without transit, the added cost of transit is between two (2) percent and five (5)
percent.

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March 2016

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Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
As a final step, the increased costs were then weighted by the lane mile distribution of new
road construction and lane addition improvements in the Hillsborough County 2040 Long
Range Transportation Cost Feasible Plan and the Community Transportation Plan. As shown,
the plan calls for a higher number of lane addition improvements through 2040. When the
marginal cost of transit is included and weighted by this ratio, the resulting percent change is
approximately 3.15 percent. Essentially, adding transit does not have a significant effect on
the cost per person-mile of capacity for new road construction and lane addition
improvements.
As it is currently structured, the transit model detailed in Tables B-20 and B-21 assumes that
transit-miles and road-miles will be added to the system at the same rate. If the County builds
more transit-miles, this would increase the bus traffic on existing roads, adding more stops,
higher stop frequency, and creating additional bus blockage. As a result, the capital cost per
person-mile for a roadway with transit would increase in relation to the ratio of added transitmiles vs. roadway-miles. For example, if the transit-mile investment was double that of
roadway construction/expansion, the 3.15 percent change calculated in Table B-20 would
increase to approximately 6.30 percent. The annual construction figures for transit-miles and
road-miles should be tracked by the County and adjusted for in subsequent mobility fee
update studies.

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March 2016

B-22

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table B20
Mobility Fee: Transit Component Model
New Road Construction
Roadway
Transit

Item

Lane Addtions
Roadway
Transit
Source:

Roadway Characteristics:
Roadway Cost per Mile

(1)

Roadway Segment Length (miles)

(2)

(3)

Roadway Segment Cost

$9,924,000

$9,924,000

20.00

20.00

$198,480,000

PMC

$198,480,000

1) Source: Table 3, adjusted to cost "per mile"


2) Source: Average length of HART route

PMC

3) Roadway cost per mile (Item 1) multiplied by the roadway segment length (Item 2)

Average Capacity Added (per mile)

(4)

19,000

24,700

19,000

VMC/PMC Added (entire segment)

(5)

380,000

494,000

380,000

494,000 5) Roadway segment length (Item 2) multiplied by the average capacity added (Item 4) for both VMC and PMC

$522.32

$401.78

$522.32

$401.78 6) Roadway segment cost (Item 3) divided by the VMC/PMC added (Item 5) individually

3.2%

1.6%

12,160

15,808

6,080

367,840

478,192

373,920

Roadway Cost per VMC/PMC

(6)

24,700 4) Source: Table 4, adjusted to capacity "per mile"

Transit Capacity:
Adjustment for Bus Blockage

(7)

VMC/PMC Added (transit deduction)

(8)

VMC/PMC Added (less transit deduction)


PMC Added (transit addition ONLY)

(9)

(10)

8,064

Net PMC Added (transit effect included)

(11)

Road/Transit Cost per PMC (Road Capital)

(12)

- 7) Source: 2010 Highway Capacity Manual, Equation 18-9


7,904 8) VMC added (Item 5) multiplied by the adjustment for bus blockage (Item 7) . For PMC, multiply the VMC by 1.30 persons per vehicle
486,096 9) VMC/PMC added (entire segment) (Item 5) less the VMC/PMC added (transit deduction) (Item 8) for VMC and PMC individually
8,064 10) Source: Table B-10, Adjusted Person-Miles of Capacity (Item 12)

486,256

494,160 11) PMC added (less transit deduction) (Item 9) plus the PMC added (transit addition ONLY) (Item 10)

$408.18

$401.65 12) Road segment cost (Item 3) divided by the net PMC added (transit effect included) (Item 11)

Transit Infrastructure:
Buses Needed

(13)

Stops per mile (both sides of street)

(14)

Shelters per mile (both sides of street)


Total infrastructure

(15)

(16)

$3,125,000

$3,125,000 13) Number of vehicles (see Table B-10, Item 2) multiplied by the vehicle cost (see Table B-10, Item 15)

$1,440,000

$1,440,000 14) Stops per mile (3) multiplied by the roadway segment length (Item 2) multiplied by the cost per stop (Table B-10, Item 16)

$1,000,000

$1,000,000 15) Shelters per mile (1) multiplied by the roadway segment length (Item 2) multiplied by the cost per shelter (Table B-10, Item 17)

$5,565,000

$5,565,000 16) Sum of buses needed (Item 13), stops needed (Item 14), and shelters needed (Item 15)

Multi-Modal Cost per PMC:


Road/Transit Cost per PMC
Percent Change

(17)

$419.62

(18)

$412.91 17) Sum of the roadway segment cost (Item 3) and the total transit infrastructure cost (Item 16) divided by the net PMC added (Item 11)

4.44%

2.77% 18) Percent difference between the road/transit cost per PMC (Item 17) and the Roadway cost per PMC (Item 6)

Weighted Multi-Modal Cost per PMC:


Lane Mile Distribution

(19)

Weighted Roadway Cost per PMC

23%
(20)

Weighted Road/Transit Cost per PMC

(21)

77% 19) Source: Appendix B, Table B-19, Items (e) and (f). Lane mile distribution of new road construction versus lane addition

$92.41

$309.37 20) Roadway cost per PMC (Item 6) multiplied by the lane mile distribution (Item 19)

$96.51

$317.94 21) Road/Transit cost per PMC (Item 17) multiplied by the lane mile distribution (Item 19)

Weighted Average Multi-Modal Cost per PMC:


Weighted Average Roadway Cost per PMC (new road construction and lane additions)

(22)

Weighted Average Road/Transit Cost per PMC (new road construction and lane additions)
Percent Change

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(24)

$401.78 22) Sum of the weighted roadway cost per PMC (Item 20) for new road construction and lane additions
(23)

$414.45 23) Sum of the weighted road/transit cost per PMC (Item 21) for new road construction and lane additions
3.15% 24) Percent difference between the weighted average road/transit cost per PMC (Item 23) and the weighted average roadway cost per PMC (Item 22)

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Table B21
Mobility Cost per PersonMile of Capacity
Input

Local Transit

Transit PersonMiles of Capacity Calculation


Vehicle Capacity

(1)

Number of Vehicles (20% fleet margin)


Service Span (hours)

(4)

2.00 4) Headway time (Item 6) divided by 60


32 5) Service span (Item 3) multiplied by the cycles/hour (Item 4)

(6)

30 6) Source: Assumption based on current HART routes

(7)

12 7) Source: Integrated National Transit Database Analysis System (INTDAS). 6-yr average

Round Trip Length (miles)


Cycle Time (minutes)

(8)

20.00 8) Source: Average trip length of current HART routes

(9)

100 9) Round trip length (Item 8) divided by speed (Item 7) multiplied by 60

Total Person-Miles of Capacity


Load Factor/System Capacity

(10)

26,880 10) Vehicle capacity (Item 1) multiplied by the cycles per day (Item 5) multiplied by the round trip length (Item 8)

(11)

30% 11) Source: Optimistic assumption based on future goals


(12)

Adjusted Person-Miles of Capacity


Capital Cost Variables
Stops per Mile (w/o Shelter)
Shelters per Mile

(14)

(15)

Vehicle Cost

Simple Bus Stop

(13)

8,064 12) Total person-miles of capacity (Item 10) multiplied by the load factor (Item 11)
3 13) Source: Model assumes 3 bench stops per mile
1 14) Source: Model assumes 1 shelter stop per mile
$625,000 15) Source: Assumption based on local characteristics and industry knowledge

(16)

Sheltered Bus Stop

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5 2) Cycle time (Item 9) divided by headway time (Item 6) increased by 20 percent to accommodate the required fleet margin
16 3) Source: Assumption based on current HART routes

(5)

Headway Time (minutes)


Speed (mph)

(2)

(3)

Cycles/Hour (aka Peak Vehicles)


Cycles per Day

Source:

42 1) Source: Local transit is assumed to have 30 seats with a 40 percent standing room capacity equivalent

$12,000 16) Source: Assumption based on local characteristics and industry knowledge
(17)

$25,000 17) Source: Assumption based on local characteristics and industry knowledge

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Appendix C
Credit Component Calculations

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Credit Component
This appendix presents the detailed calculations for the credit component. Currently, in
addition to the capital support that ultimately results from State fuel tax revenue,
Hillsborough County also receives financial benefit from several other funding sources. Of
these, the fuel taxes collected in Hillsborough County are listed below, along with a few
pertinent characteristics of each.
1. Constitutional Fuel Tax (2/gallon)

Tax applies to every net gallon of motor and diesel fuel sold within a county. Collected
in accordance with Article XII, Section 9 (c) of the Florida Constitution

The State allocated 80 percent of this tax to Counties after withholding amounts
pledged for debt service on bonds issued pursuant to provisions of the State
Constitution for road and bridge purposes

The 20 percent surplus can be used to support the road construction program within
the county

Counties are not required to share the proceeds of this tax with their municipalities

2. County Fuel Tax (1/gallon)

Tax applies to every net gallon of motor and diesel fuel sold within a county

Primary purpose of these funds is to help reduce a Countys reliance on ad valorem


taxes

Proceeds are to be used for transportation-related expenses, including the reduction


of bond indebtedness incurred for transportation purposes. Authorized uses include
acquisition of rights-of-way; the construction, reconstruction, operation,
maintenance, and repair of transportation facilities, roads, bridges, bicycle paths, and
pedestrian pathways; or the reduction of bond indebtedness incurred for
transportation purposes

Counties are not required to share the proceeds of this tax with their municipalities

3. Municipal Fuel Tax (1/gallon)

Tax applies to every net gallon of motor fuel sold within a county

Primary purpose of the municipal revenue sharing program is to ensure a minimum


level of parity across units of local government

Proceeds may be used to fund purchase of transportation facilities and road and
street rights-of-way; construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of roads, streets,

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bicycle paths, and pedestrian pathways; adjustments of city-owned utilities as
required by road and street construction; and construction, reconstruction,
transportation-related public safety activities, maintenance, and operation of
transportation facilities
4. NinthCent Fuel Tax (1/gallon)

Tax applies to every net gallon of motor and diesel fuel sold within a county

Proceeds may be used to fund transportation expenditures

To accommodate statewide equalization, this tax is automatically levied on diesel fuel


in every county, regardless of whether a County is levying the tax on motor fuel at all

Counties are not required to share the proceeds of this tax with their municipalities

5. 1st Local Option Tax (6/gallon)

Tax applies to every net gallon of motor and diesel fuel sold within a county

Proceeds may be used to fund transportation expenditures

To accommodate statewide equalization, all six cents are automatically levied on


diesel fuel in every county, regardless of whether a County is levying the tax on motor
fuel at all or at the maximum rate

Proceeds are distributed to a county and its municipalities according to a mutually


agreed upon distribution ratio, or by using a formula contained in the Florida Statutes

Each year, the Florida Legislatures Office of Economic and Demographic Research produces
the Local Government Financial Information Handbook, which details the estimated local
government revenues for the upcoming fiscal year. Included in this document are the
estimated distributions of the various fuel tax revenues for each county in the state. The
2015-16 data represent projected fuel tax distributions to Hillsborough County for the current
fiscal year. In the table, the fuel tax revenue data are used to calculate the value per penny
(per gallon of fuel) that should be used to estimate the equivalent pennies of other revenue
sources. Table C-1 shows the distribution per penny for each of the fuel levies, and then the
calculation of the weighted average for the value of a penny of fuel tax. The weighting
procedure takes into account the differing amount of revenues generated for the various
types of gas tax revenues. The weighted average figure of approximately $5.94 million
estimates the annual revenue that one penny of gas tax generates in Hillsborough County.

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Table C1
Estimated Fuel Tax Distributions Allocated to Capital Program of
Hillsborough County & Municipalities, FY 201516(1)
Amount of Levy
per Gallon

Tax

Total
Distribution

Distribution
per Penny

Constitutional Fuel Tax

$0.02

$11,429,659

$5,714,830

County Fuel Tax

$0.01

$5,070,188

$5,070,188

Municipal Fuel Tax

$0.01

$3,491,962

$3,491,962

9th Cent Fuel Tax

$0.01

$6,806,685

$6,806,685

1st Local Option (1-6 cents)

$0.06

$38,550,428

$6,425,071

$0.11

$65,348,922

Total
(2)

Weighted Average per Penny

$5,940,811

1) Source: Florida Legislatures Office of Economic and Demographic Research; Local


Government Financial Information Handbook
2) The weighted average distribution per penny is calculated by taking the sum of the total
distribution and dividing that value by the sum of the total levies per gallon (multiplied
by 100).

Capital Improvement Credit


A revenue credit for the annual expenditures on transportation capacity expansion projects
in Hillsborough County is presented below. The four components of the credit are as follows:

County gas tax equivalent pennies


County debt service
County sales tax (potential 0.5% referendum)
State gas tax expenditures
The annual expenditures from each revenue source are converted to gas tax pennies to be
able to create a connection between travel by each land use and tax revenue contributions.
County Gas Tax Equivalent Pennies
A review of Hillsborough Countys recent historical expenditures and 6-year planned
expenditures shows that transportation projects are primarily being funded by a combination
of impact fees, gas taxes, Community Investment Tax (CIT), general revenues (ad valorem),
and grants. As shown in Table C-2, a total gas tax equivalent revenue credit of 5.3 pennies
was given for transportation capacity-expansion projects funded with non-impact fee
revenues.

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Table C2
County Fuel Tax Equivalent Pennies
Cost of
Projects

Source
Projected CIP Expenditures (FY 2016-2021)

(1)

Historical County Expenditures (FY 2011-2015)

(2)

Number
of Years

Revenue
from 1
(3)

Penny

Equivalent
(4)

Pennies

$198,099,646

$5,940,811

$0.056

$149,830,524

$5,940,811

$0.050

Total
$347,930,170
11
$5,940,811
$0.053
1) Source: Table C-6
2) Source: Table C-6
3) Source: Table C-1
4) Cost of projects divided by number of years divided by revenue from 1 penny (Item 3) multiplied by 0.01

In addition, the County receives an equivalent credit of 3.4 pennies for debt service
associated with the CIT Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2015, 2012B, and 2012. This credit
is given for only the portion used for transportation capacity-expansion improvements.
Table C3
County Debt Service Equivalent Pennies
Cost of
Projects

Source
(1)

CIT Revenue Refunding Bond; Series 2015

Number
of Years

Revenue
from 1
(4)

Penny

Equivalent
(5)

Pennies

$102,657,682

10

$5,940,811

$0.017

$35,989,230

10

$5,940,811

$0.006

$69,349,403

11

$5,940,811

$0.011

(2)

CIT Revenue Refunding Bond; Series 2012B

(3)

CIP Revenue Refunding Bond; Series 2012

Total
$0.034
1) Source: Table C-7
2) Source: Table C-8
3) Source: Table C-9
4) Source: Table C-1
5) Cost of projects divided by number of years divided by revenue from 1 penny (Item 4) multiplied by 0.01

Hillsborough County is currently considering the possibility of adopting an additional 0.5


percent of local infrastructure sales surtax. If the referendum for this sales tax passes, a
portion of the new revenues would be dedicated to transportation capacity. Therefore, an
additional credit option was developed to reflect this potential new revenue source. Table
C-4 details the additional equivalent pennies that should be included in the mobility fee credit
should the sales tax referendum pass in Hillsborough County.

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Table C4
County Sales Tax Community Transportation Plan
Cost of
Projects

Source
1/2 Cent Sales Tax, All Modes

(1)

$856,814,000

Number
of Years
10

Revenue
from 1
(2)

Penny

$5,940,811

Equivalent
(3)

Pennies

$0.144

Total
$856,814,000
10
$5,940,811
$0.144
1) Source: Community Transportation Plan (August 2015), 1/2 percent Local Option Sales Tax (used additional
fact sheets for project breakdown)
2) Source: Table C-1
3) Cost of projects divided by number of years divided by revenue from 1 penny (Item 2) divided by 100

State Gas Tax Expenditures


In the calculation of the equivalent pennies of gas tax from the State, expenditures on
transportation capacity expansion spanning a 15-year period (from FY 2006 to FY 2020) were
reviewed. This period represents past FDOT Work Program expenditures from FY 2006-2015
and also includes the projected FDOT Work Program expenditures from 2016 to 2020. From
these, a list of improvements was developed, including lane additions, new road construction,
intersection improvements, interchanges, traffic signal projects, bike paths, sidewalks, capital
for fixed-route service, and other capacity-addition projects. The use of a 15-year period, for
purposes of developing a State credit for mobility capacity expansion projects, results in a
stable credit, as it accounts for the volatility in FDOT spending in the county over short periods
of time.
The total cost of the capacity-adding projects for the historical periods and the future
period:

FY 2006-2010 work plan equates to 12.0 pennies

FY 2011-2015 work plan equates to 10.1 pennies

FY 2016-2020 work plan equates to 13.6 pennies

The combined weighted average over the 15-year period of state expenditure for capacityadding mobility projects results in a total of 11.9 equivalent pennies. Table C-5 documents
this calculation. The specific projects that were used in the equivalent penny calculations are
summarized in Table C-11.

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Table C5
State Fuel Tax Equivalent Pennies
Cost of
Projects

Source

Number
of Years

Revenue
from 1
(4)

Penny

Equivalent
(5)

Pennies

(1)

$403,971,497

$5,940,811

$0.136

Historical Work Program (FY 2011-2015)

(2)

$301,088,049

$5,940,811

$0.101

Historical Work Program (FY 2006-2010)

(3)

$357,039,868

$5,940,811

$0.120

Projected Work Program (FY 2016-2020)

Total
$1,062,099,414
15
$5,940,811
$0.119
1) Source: Table C-11
2) Source: Table C-11
3) Source: Table C-11
4) Source: Table C-1
5) Cost of projects divided by number of years divided by revenue from 1 penny (Item 4) multiplied by 0.01

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Table C6
Hillsborough County Local Improvements (Historical & Future)
Project Number
C61035000
C61036000
C61037000
C61038000
C61043000
C61044000
C61045000
C61051000
C61052000
C61054000
C61057000
C61058000
C61060000
C61134000
C61149000
C61150000
C61151000
C63000000
C63002000
C63003000
C63073000
C63077000
C63090000
C63142000
C63320000
C63487000
C63520000
C63947000
C64037000
C65002000
C65004000
C69104000
C69110000
C69112000
C69117000
C69118000
C69120000
C69121000
C69123000
C69124000
C69125000
C69127000
C69345000
C69351000
C69359000
C69360000
C69361000

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Project Title
Paved Shoulders/Bicycle Lanes County Rural Roads
131st St Improvements
Bearss Ave at BBD Improvements
Skipper Rd/46th St BBD to Fletcher
Bruce B. Downs (Pebble Creek To Pasco County) Road Widening
Bruce B. Downs (Palm Springs To Pebble Creek Drive South) Road Widening
Bruce B. Downs (Bearss Avenue To Palm Springs) Road Widening
US 301 Widening (Gibsonton Road To SR 674)
Lutz Lake Fern Rd (Suncoast Exp to Dale Mabry)
Hillsborough Ave Improvements - Town 'N Country Community Plan
Columbus Drive Extension
Cross Creek Blvd Rd Widening Phase II E. Cory Lake Blvd to Morris Bridge Rd
Orient Rd Widening - Hillsborough Ave to Broadway Ave
Citrus Park Drive Extension (Countryway Blvd to Sheldon Rd)
Big Bend Rd Widening (Covington Garden to Simmons Loop) - PD&E
Madison Ave Improvments - US 41 to 66th St
Old US 41 Roadway Improvements @ Archie Creek
Critical Accident Mitigation Intersection Improvements
Countywide School Traffic Signal Signs & Markings Program
Countywide School Traffic Safety Devices Program
New Traffic Signals
Lithia Pinecrest/Lumsden/Bell Shoals/Durant Intersection Improvements
Intersection and Pedestrian Safety Program
Riverview High School Driveway/Black Forest/Balm Intersection
Bloomingdale Ave and US 301 Intersection
Falkenburd Rd @ Leroy Ave Intersection Improvement
Orient Rd/Sligh Ave Traffic Signal
Bruce B. Downs Blvd & Pine Dr/University Square Dr Intersection Improvement
CDBG Funded Sidewalks
Waters Ave Area/Tropical Sports International Traffic Control Project
Waters Ave & Anderson Rd Adv Traveler Information Traffic Control Project
Boyette Rd (US 301 to Bell Shoals) Road Widening
Race Track Rd (Hillsborough - South Mobley)
Bell Shoals Rd Widening (Bloomingdale to Boyette)
Town N Country Community Plan - Paula and Ambassador Roads
Race Track Rd Widening Construction Phase I (Douglas to Linebaugh)
Race Track Rd Widening Construction Phase III (Linebaugh to Countryway)
Race Track Rd Widening Construction Phase IV (Hillsborough to Douglas)
Boyette Rd Widening Construction Phase II (Balm Riverview to Donneymoor)
Boyette Rd Widening Construction Phase III (Donneymoor to Bell Shoals)
Lithia Pinecrest Road Widening (SR 60 To CR 39)
Gornto Lake Rd Extension (Brandon Town Center to SR 60)
131St Ave/Holly Rd/Bruce B. Downs Blvd Intersection Improvements
Hanley Rd and Waters Ave Intersection Improvements
Himes & Lambright with Himes & Minnehaha Intersection Improvement
Gunn Highway and Linebaugh Ave Intersection Improvements
John Moore Rd/Parsons Ave & Lumsden Rd Intersection Improvements

FY 2011
$510,649
$0
$0
$0
-$41,625
$14,943,238
$580,710
$140,529
$4,733,177
$642
$351
$0
$0
$32,508
$1,389
$0
$0
$0
$69,670
$152,940
$317,463
$0
$753,679
$5,730
$35,558
$0
$18,108
$107,731
$0
$1,567
-$20,586
$324,760
$169,291
$137
$0
$197,644
$11,784
$1,827,768
$0
$1,631,915
-$201,326
$4,616,021
$158,331
$185,750
$83,853
$104,209
$55,586

C-7

FY 2012
$132,072
$0
$0
$0
$808
$14,241,588
$306,441
$126,018
$374,378
$0
$0
$0
$0
-$20
$190,681
$131,781
$24,143
$0
$4,427
$111,156
$149,877
$0
$232,900
$0
$0
$0
$67,696
$0
$0
$0
$0
$108,546
$24,488
$0
$100,000
$0
$0
$183,280
$103
$3,570,686
-$685,000
$176,495
$0
-$994
$0
$110,512
$86

FY 2013
$193,330
$0
$0
$0
$0
$4,857,664
$832,573
$174,615
$638
$0
$0
$1,499,972
$0
$0
$96,736
$284,453
$365,110
$0
$0
$0
$101,510
$0
$354,761
$0
$0
$0
$17,321
$0
$21,761
$0
$0
$8,717
$3,850
$708
$0
$0
$0
$171,500
$0
$7,568,981
$0
$800,329
$0
$0
$0
$2,740
$0

FY 2014
$0
$110,686
$0
$33,792
$193,304
$228,439
$9,578,171
$159,216
$94
$0
$0
$0
$73,343
$169
$120,940
$329,207
$0
$0
$193,640
$0
$625,344
$0
$4,356,626
$0
$0
$0
$40,736
$62,500
$79,845
$0
$0
$39,292
$0
$123,260
$0
$500,000
$0
$0
$0
$6,673,660
$0
$280,567
$62,500
$0
$0
$16,227
$0

FY 2015
$1,151,345
$75,421
$3,966
$162,992
$669,622
$0
$5,520,993
$10,035
$0
$0
$0
$0
$112,418
$0
$0
$42,493
$0
$0
$0
$41,575
$833,209
$0
$435,564
$0
$0
$385,409
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,450
$0
$2,340,861
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$634,905
$0
$3,479
$0
$0
$0
$217,263
$0

FY 20162021
$2,908,745
$0
$650,000
$1,759,663
$15,348,246
$13,230,594
$59,840,742
$3,560,233
$0
$0
$0
$0
$85,911
$1,154,104
$16,219
$1,272,947
$0
$4,425,294
$0
$0
$901,568
$5,604,983
$398,020
$0
$0
$359,405
$547,728
$0
$0
$0
$0
$233,704
$0
$37,156,175
$0
$0
$0
$453,995
$0
$432,281
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,169,814
$0

Total
$4,896,141
$186,107
$653,966
$1,956,447
$16,170,355
$47,501,523
$76,659,630
$4,170,646
$5,108,287
$642
$351
$1,499,972
$271,672
$1,186,761
$425,965
$2,060,881
$389,253
$4,425,294
$267,737
$305,671
$2,928,971
$5,604,983
$6,531,550
$5,730
$35,558
$744,814
$691,589
$170,231
$101,606
$1,567
$20,586
$717,469
$197,629
$39,621,141
$100,000
$697,644
$11,784
$2,636,543
$103
$20,512,428
$886,326
$5,876,891
$220,831
$184,756
$83,853
$2,620,765
$55,672

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Table C6 (Continued)
Hillsborough County Local Improvements (Historical & Future)
Project Number
Project Title
C69362000
Habana Ave & Waters Ave Intersection Improvements
C69363000
Boy Scout/Race Track Int Impr
C69600000
Intersection Improvement Program
C69601000
New & Improved Signalization Program
C69602000
Advanced Traffic Management System Improvement Program
C69603000
US 301 Widening Construction Phase 2 (Balm Rd To SR 674)
C69604000
Linebaugh Ave (Race Track Rd to Countryway)
C69606000
Fletcher Ave (Bruce B Downs Blvd to I-75) Widening
C69607000
CR 579 (Mango Rd) I-4 to Sligh Ave
C69611000
Telecom Parkway Extension (End to Morris Bridge Rd)
C69615000
Hartline - Northeast Hillsborough to Westshore BRT Improvements
C69616000
Hartline Park & Ride - Brandon
C69617000
Hartline Park & Ride - Fletcher Ave
C69618000
Hartline - I-75 North to South Corridor BRT Improvements
C69619000
Hartline Transit Signals
C69623000
Wheeler Street Re-Alignment - Plant City
C69625000
Turkey Creek Rd Improvements from MLK Blvd to Sydney Rd
C69628000
Westshore Blvd (Kennedy to Boy Scout)
C69999000
Proportionate Share Transportation Project
TOTAL
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Management and Budget and the Public Works Department

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FY 2011
$80,899
$448,623
$232,998
$1,040,929
$8,777,963
$308
$294,159
$1,159,007
$0
$0
$318,688
$10,748
$2,112
$1,688,836
$161,565
$0
$0
$0
$0
$45,725,986

C-8

FY 2012
$692,006
$0
$13,787
$189,814
-$3,635,028
$1,088
$28,356
$179,158
$0
$0
$497,356
$63,400
$1,594,645
$1,149,550
$32,199
$0
$0
$0
$0
$20,488,479

FY 2013
$27,017
$0
$221,831
$164,915
$507,709
$2,276
-$1,045
$164,359
$0
$0
$409,257
$526
$73,944
$14,278,258
$656,256
$0
$0
$0
$0
$33,862,572

FY 2014

FY 2015

$0
$0
$682,635
$830,811
$571,698
$679
$9,448
$15,142
$0
$42,437
$451,429
$0
$33,398
$6,095,739
$223,868
$1,433,843
$0
$0
$0
$34,272,685

$0
$0
$666,012
$584,466
$813,003
$0
$0
$0
$6,269
$655,268
$0
$0
$0
$78,576
$0
$0
$0
$33,208
$0
$15,480,802

FY 20162021
$0
$0
$24,381,769
$10,510,110
$3,712,922
$659
$0
$0
$1,268,475
$946,717
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$3,637,157
$75,000
$1,056,466
$198,099,646

Total
$799,922
$448,623
$26,199,032
$13,321,045
$10,748,267
$5,010
$330,918
$1,517,666
$1,274,744
$1,644,422
$1,676,730
$74,674
$1,704,099
$23,290,959
$1,073,888
$1,433,843
$3,637,157
$108,208
$1,056,466
$347,930,170

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table C7
Hillsborough County; CIT Refunding Revenue Bonds; Series 2015
Year

Principal

Interest

2016
$5,202,076
2017
$2,480,000
$6,847,900
2018
$2,605,000
$6,758,600
2019
$13,970,000
$6,357,250
2020
$14,680,000
$5,641,000
2021
$15,420,000
$4,888,500
2022
$16,205,000
$4,097,876
2023
$17,085,000
$3,265,626
2024
$17,845,000
$2,392,376
2025
$18,705,000
$1,478,626
2026
$20,220,000
$505,500
Total
$139,215,000
$47,435,330
Percent for Transportation Capacity
Portion for Transportation Capacity

Total Debt
Service
$5,202,076
$9,327,900
$9,363,600
$20,327,250
$20,321,000
$20,308,500
$20,302,876
$20,350,626
$20,237,376
$20,183,626
$20,725,500
$186,650,330
55%
$102,657,682

Source: Hillsborough County Staff; refinancing of the 2007 bond from


the FY 2015 Adopted Budget, pg. 448

Table C8
Hillsborough County; CIT Refunding Revenue Bonds; Series 2012B
Year

Principal

Interest

2016
$3,820,000
$2,171,250
2017
$4,025,000
$1,980,250
2018
$4,210,000
$1,779,000
2019
$4,420,000
$1,568,500
2020
$4,645,000
$1,347,500
2021
$4,880,000
$1,115,250
2022
$5,130,000
$871,250
2023
$5,410,000
$614,750
2024
$5,640,000
$344,250
2025
$5,835,000
$175,050
Total
$48,015,000
$11,967,050
Percent for Transportation Capacity
Portion for Transportation Capacity

Total Debt
Service
$5,991,250
$6,005,250
$5,989,000
$5,988,500
$5,992,500
$5,995,250
$6,001,250
$6,024,750
$5,984,250
$6,010,050
$59,982,050
60%
$35,989,230

Source: Hillsborough County FY 2015 Adopted Budget, pg. 451

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March 2016

C-9

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table C9
Hillsborough County; CIP Refunding Revenue Bonds; Series 2012
Year

Principal

Interest

2016
$3,965,000
$2,815,500
2017
$4,160,000
$2,617,250
2018
$4,370,000
$2,409,250
2019
$4,590,000
$2,190,750
2020
$4,820,000
$1,961,250
2021
$5,060,000
$1,720,250
2022
$5,310,000
$1,467,250
2023
$5,575,000
$1,201,750
2024
$5,855,000
$923,000
2025
$6,150,000
$630,250
2026
$6,455,000
$322,750
Total
$56,310,000
$18,259,250
Percent for Transportation Capacity
Portion for Transportation Capacity

Total Debt
Service
$6,780,500
$6,777,250
$6,779,250
$6,780,750
$6,781,250
$6,780,250
$6,777,250
$6,776,750
$6,778,000
$6,780,250
$6,777,750
$74,569,250
93%
$69,349,403

Source: Hillsborough County FY 2015 Adopted Budget, pg. 452

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March 2016

C-10

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table C10
Community Transportation Plan: Percent Sales Tax Capacity Improvements
Plan
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
1/2 Cent
TOTAL

Project Description
City of Plant City New Sidewalks/Replacement/Maintenance
City of Tampa New Sidewalks
Hillsborough County New Sidewalks
City of Temple Terrace New Sidewalks/Replacement/Maintenance
City of Temple Terrace Trails (Bike Lanes/Multi-Use)
Hillsborough County Trails (Sun City Center Golf Cart Path)
Hillsborough County Sidewalks New/Gaps
City of Tampa; N. Occident St Ext. from Westshore Plaza to W. Cypress St
City of Tampa; Trask St Ext. from W. Cypress St to W. Gray St
City of Tampa; Reo St Widening from Gray St to Cypress St
City of Tampa; Trask St Widenting from Cypress St to Boyscout Blvd
City of Tampa; Interbay Blvd Widening from Manhattan Ave to Dale Mabry Hwy
City of Temple Terrace; Davis Rd from Harney Rd to Maislin Dr
Hillsborough County; 19th Ave NE PD&E
Hillsborough County; Orient Rd from Sligh Ave to Columbus Dr
Hillsborough County; Progress Blvd from Magnolia Park Blvd to Valleydale Dr
Hillsborough County; Big Bend Rd from US to I-75
Hillsborough County; Lithia-Pinecrest from Adelaide Ave to Lumsden Dr
Hillsborough County; Citrus Park Dr Ext. from Sheldon Rd to Country Way Blvd
Hillsborough County; Apollo Beach Blvd Overpass
City of Plant City Complete Streets
City of Tampa Complete Streets
City of Temple Terrace Complete Streets
Hillsborough County Complete Streets
Plant City Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)
Hillsborough County Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS)
City of Tampa Intersection Improvements
City of Tampa Traffic Signal Intersection Updgrades
Hillsborough County Intersection Projects
Hillsborough County New & Improved Signals
Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART)
Hillsborough County South County & Brandon BRT

First 10 Years
$1,000,000
$3,750,000
$753,000
$301,000
$240,000
$5,000,000
$10,000,000
$5,050,000
$8,600,000
$7,800,000
$2,500,000
$43,900,000
$17,700,000
$13,700,000
$97,000,000
$51,500,000
$9,000,000
$5,180,000
$31,900,000
$2,500,000
$43,230,000
$1,500,000
$5,170,000
$10,000,000
$6,000,000
$69,740,000
$10,000,000
$293,800,000
$100,000,000
$856,814,000

Source: 1/2 Percent Project List from Community Transportation Plan (August 2015)

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March 2016

C-11

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table C11
Hillsborough County FDOT Work Program
Item

Work Mix Description

427454-2
255893-3
255893-4
405525-2
435750-2
435750-1
415489-3
415489-1
255796-2
255709-2
255710-2
255734-1
255893-2
255340-1
255599-1
255888-1
255793-1
415489-2
255512-1
257839-1
257862-3
405492-2
405492-4
405492-5
257809-2
257809-3
257809-1
420625-1
437002-1
422695-1
433586-1
257862-2
430685-1
406631-1
427484-1
403763-1
255893-5
424213-3
424213-4
424213-6
429171-1
424213-1
426160-1
413092-1
432715-1
432714-1
436013-2
432716-1
436013-1
429464-1
426141-1
432717-1
424394-1
433763-1
433764-1
415014-1
436677-1
422737-1
408329-1
408109-1
415014-2
424396-1
415172-1
415172-2
435141-1
433535-3

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BIKE LANE/SIDEWALK
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FIXED GUIDEWAY IMPROVEMENTS
FIXED GUIDEWAY IMPROVEMENTS
FIXED GUIDEWAY IMPROVEMENTS
FIXED GUIDEWAY IMPROVEMENTS
INTERCHANGE (NEW)

Item Description
US 301 (SR 43) NB FROM N OF BLOOMINGDALE AV TO NB I-75 ON RAMP
SR 574 (MLK BLVD) FROM E OF PARSONS AVE TO E OF KINGSWAY RD
SR 574 (MLK BLVD) FROM EAST OF KINGSWAY RD TO E OF MCINTOSH RD
SR 60 (ADAMO DR) FROM E OF US 301 TO W OF FALKENBURG RD
SR 60 FROM DOVER RD TO SR 39
SR 60 FROM VALRICO RD TO DOVER RD
US 301 (SR 43) FM SR 674/SUNCITY CTR BL TO CR 672/BALM ROAD
US 301 (SR 43) FROM S OF SUN CITY CENTER TO N OF GIBSONTON DR
US 301 FROM FOWLER AVE TO FUTURE SR 56
US 92 (SR 600) FROM KINGSWAY RD TO MCINTOSH RD
US 92 (SR 600) FROM MCINTOSH RD TO SR 566 (THONOTOSASSA)
22ND/20TH ST FROM MARITIME BLVD TO SR 60
SR 574 (MLK BLVD) FROM W OF HIGHVIEW RD TO E OF PARSONS AVE
SR 600 (HILLS AVE) FROM DALE MABRY HWY TO E OF ARMENIA AVE
SR 676 (CAUSEWAY BL) FROM 1/4 MI W OF US 41 TO 1/4 E OF US 301
US 301 (SR 41) FROM S OF SLIGH AVE TO S OF TPA BYPASS CANAL
US 301 (SR 41) FROM S OF TPA BYPASS CNL TO N OF FOWLER AVE
US 301 (SR 43) FROM S OF BALM RD TO N OF GIBSONTON DR
US 41 (SR 45) S OF APEX FLA/NEB SUNSET LANE
CR 39A (ALEXANDER) FROM US 92 (EASTBOUND) TO NORTH OF I-4 (SR 400)
CR 580/SAM ALLEN RD FM W OF SR39/BUCHMAN HWY TO E OF PARK RD
CR 581 (BB DOWNS BL) FROM PALM SPRINGS DR TO PEBBLE CREEK DR
CR 581 (BB DOWNS BL) FROM PEBBLE CREEK DR TO COUNTY LINE RD
CR 581 (BB DOWNS BL) FROM S OF BEARSS AVE TO S OF PALM SPRINGS BLVD
CR 585A (40TH ST) FROM DIANA ST TO HANLON ST
CR 585A (40TH ST) FROM HANLON ST TO N OF YUKON
CR 585A (40TH ST) FROM HILLSBOROUGH AVE TO DIANA ST
CROSS CREEK BLVD FROM W CORY LAKE BLVD TO MORRIS BRIDGE RD
MADISON AVENUE FROM US 41 TO 78TH STREET (CR 573)
TAMPA INT'L AIRPORT GEORGE BEAN PARKWAY
GATX DRIVE FROM MARITIME BOULEVARD TO GUY N VERGER BOULEVARD
PARK RD FROM I-4 (SR 400) TO SAM ALLEN RD
SR 574 (MLK BLVD) AT GALLAGHER ROAD
US 41 BUSINESS/SR685 AT HANNA AVENUE
US 92 (SR 600) DALE MABRY HIGHWAY AT WATROUS AVE
SR 574 (MLK BLVD) AT MCINTOSH RD
SR 574 (MLK BLVD) @ I-75 (SR 93A)
CITY OF TAMPA DOWNTOWN TAMPA ATMS 191 SIGNALS - PHASE 2
CITY OF TAMPA KENNEDY/HYDE PARK/DALE MABRY ATMS 142 SIGNALS- PHASE 3
CITY OF TAMPA USF AREA/BUSCH BLVD ATMS 119 SIGNALS - PHASE 4
COUNTYWIDE ATMS/ITS
CITY OF TAMPA TRAFFIC SIGNAL MANAGEMENT PHASE 1
SR 580 (HILLS AVE) FROM TOWN & COUNTRY BLVD TO AMBASSADOR DR
BAYSHORE BLVD FROM BAY TO BAY BLVD TO PLATT ST
BOUGAINVILLEA AVE FROM 30TH STREET TO 46TH STREET
CYPRESS STREET FROM SR 60/U-PATH TO N WESTSHORE BLVD
HYDE PARK AVE (SB-ONE WAY PAIR) FROM PLATT ST TO SR 60/KENNEDY BLVD
PALM AVENUE FROM NORTH BOULEVARD TO NEBRASKA AVENUE
PLANT AVE (NB-ONE WAY PAIR) FROM W PLATT ST TO SR 60/KENNEDY BLVD
ALEXANDER ELEM SCH FERN ST FROM OCCIDENT ST TO HESPERIDES
TEMPLE HEIGHTS ROAD FROM W OF OVERLOOK DR TO 56TH ST
WILLOW AVENUE FROM SWANN AVENUE TO MAIN STREET
HART (HILLS AREA REG IONAL TRANSIT)PARATRANSIT VAN ACQUIST SECTION 530
HART HILLSBOROUGH BUS LIVABILTY CAPITAL
HART HILLSBOROUGH STATE OF GOOD REPAIR CAPITAL
HART NORTHWEST TRANSIT CENTER URBAN TRANSIT CAPITAL
HART REGIONAL FARE COLLECTION SYSTEM/SURFACE TRANSPORTATION
HART SECTION 115: YBOR STATION INTERMODAL FACILITY
HART SECTION 5208
HART SECTION 5307
HART TAMPA BAY CENTER (SECTION 5307)
HART (HILLS AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT) TECO LINE STREETCAR EXT SE 129
HART FIXED GUIDEWAY SECTION 5309/5337
HART SEC. 5309: FIXED GUIDEWAY
HART TECO STREETCAR CAPITAL MAINTENANCE
SR 60 (SR 589) FROM N OF INDEPENDENCE TO I-275 AT WESTSHORE

FY 2006
$0
$0
$0
$734,190
$0
$0
$0
$72,645
$0
$0
$0
$4,069,421
$2,925,179
$6,000
$5,664,176
$482,219
$369,970
$0
$0
$692,748
$0
$112,000
$45,500
$89,250
$8,212,516
$462,298
$280,677
$0
$0
$0
$0
$10,713
$0
$0
$0
$364,611
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$430,000
$0
$0
$454,420
$9,123,203
$250,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2007
$0
$1,054,552
$0
$7,085
$0
$0
$0
$202,427
$0
$0
$0
$0
$6,958,780
$0
$42,387,362
$2,090,617
$1,803,643
$18,092
$0
$782,548
$0
$6,005,321
$1,156,750
$2,044,000
$811,000
$0
$29,338
$424,034
$0
$0
$0
$84,880
$0
$0
$0
$787,244
$466,854
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$28,846
$0
$9,080,454
$0
$0
$130,688
$130,688
$0
$0

FY 2008
$0
$11,222
$0
$17,504
$0
$0
$0
$2,420,329
$0
$0
$0
$0
$14,493,039
$0
$3,752,132
$894,055
$62,881
$24,747,580
$0
$69,697
$0
$0
$0
$0
$953,098
$8,516,849
$7,054,413
$0
$0
$791,271
$0
$313
$0
$459
$0
$31,846
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$404,592
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$153,077
$0
$0
$0

FY 2009
$0
$4,870
$0
$6,084
$0
$0
$0
$6,487,341
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,126,902
$0
$3,318,086
$5,922
$1,695,326
$279,827
$0
$0
$0
$19,251,175
$0
$0
$3,396,082
$4,900,012
$2,022,582
$0
$0
$0
$0
$59,863
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,858,292
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$9,616,025
$0
$1,960,000
$155,000
$0
$0
$0

FY 2010
$0
$10,353
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$24,671
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,438,742
$0
$3,939,330
$23
$56,212
$5,366,777
$0
$0
$0
$4,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,391,672
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,348,824
$0
$0
$0
$0
$99,613
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$221,338
$2,086,800
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$294,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$9,615,025
$0
$0
$308,077
$0
$0
$0

FY 2011
$34,460
$10,877
$909
$864
$0
$0
$603,229
$5,466
$0
$0
$0
$0
$206,155
$0
$951,357
$0
$383,417
$391,951
$0
$0
$2,662
$3,062,631
$0
$0
$2,704,760
$1,637,842
$0
$474,957
$0
$0
$0
$561,730
$1,241
$0
$435,687
$0
$1,002
$0
$0
$0
$1,500,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$596,442
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$10,973,308
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2012
$236,065
$580,271
$47,542
$1,081,028
$0
$0
$104,503
$0
$0
$0
$0
$7,472,958
$0
$215,544
$0
$994,689
$335,013
$0
$0
$2,746,591
$426
$0
$3,542,881
$0
$311
$2,636,951
$0
$0
$0
$0
$321,193
$7,511
$0
$18,027
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$526
$0
$73
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$7,031
$89
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$11,300,000
$0
$0
$353,193
$0
$0
$0

FY 2013
$60,599
$2,607,705
$3,070,517
$124,090
$0
$0
$7,868
$10,122
$0
$0
$0
$0
$440,017
$0
$208
$0
$24,776,878
$67,811
$0
$0
$42,148
$86
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$947
$321,495
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,083,229
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$156,784
$22
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$11,560,727
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2014
$23,161
$10,243,753
$56,544
$304,555
$29,036
$29,265
$27,011
$518,490
$0
$0
$0
$0
$644,158
$0
$658
$0
$208,289
$27,002
$0
$0
$44,283
$75
$0
$26,214,991
$0
$0
$0
$896,921
$0
$0
$0
$0
$122,283
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$39,220
$0
$0
$155
$332
$0
$135
$0
$30
$0
$155
$0
$4,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2015
$818
$3,109,916
$388,153
$26,852
$6,211,402
$3,712,238
$3,571
$262,790
$868
$0
$0
$0
$25,431
$0
$10,563
$0
$993,574
$0
$338
$0
$638,274
$0
$5,000,141
$219,278
$0
$0
$0
$11,806
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,620,460
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,967,159
$0
$0
$94
$562,855
$0
$597,773
$0
$0
$0
$31
$0
$0
$4,700,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$15,800,000
$0
$0
$885,265
$0
$0
$0

FY 2016
$0
$5,152,973
$3,661,063
$17,457
$3,507
$3,048
$43,259,828
$2,464
$1,000
$659,380
$1,512,953
$0
$757
$0
$3,965,797
$0
$382,140
$0
$60,861
$0
$2,404,061
$0
$858
$6,608
$0
$0
$0
$693
$0
$0
$1,250,000
$0
$426,195
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$839,571
$0
$0
$387,800
$1,000
$169,200
$1,000
$259,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$29,057,222
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2017
$0
$0
$10,322,432
$20,530,961
$0
$0
$0
$0
$5,500,000
$2,749,000
$4,047,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,695,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,075,000
$1,244,000
$1,134,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$450,600
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$16,528,240
$0
$0
$0
$0
$100,000
$605,000

FY 2018
$0
$0
$24,925,785
$400,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$23,731,789
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,473,593
$0
$0
$16,528,240
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2019
$0
$0
$933,605
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,000,000
$0
$0
$16,528,240
$0
$0
$0
$0
$880,006
$8,946,000

FY 2020
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$3,500,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$12,693,032
$12,405,570
$10,205,108
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

Grand Total
$355,103
$22,786,492
$43,406,550
$23,250,670
$6,243,945
$3,744,551
$43,901,507
$10,111,248
$5,501,868
$3,408,380
$5,559,953
$4,069,421
$35,732,118
$6,000
$64,205,213
$3,472,836
$31,727,019
$31,234,053
$61,199
$1,544,993
$31,304,808
$32,431,714
$6,203,249
$32,117,008
$16,077,456
$15,517,312
$13,415,633
$1,808,411
$3,500,000
$791,271
$1,250,000
$3,388,463
$2,499,185
$459
$453,714
$1,183,701
$2,425,761
$13,768,032
$13,649,570
$11,339,108
$1,500,000
$4,929,705
$221,338
$2,491,465
$388,049
$564,187
$169,200
$598,908
$259,000
$163,845
$596,553
$450,786
$294,000
$4,000,000
$4,700,000
$430,000
$3,473,593
$28,846
$454,420
$165,710,684
$250,000
$1,960,000
$1,985,300
$130,688
$980,006
$9,551,000

Source: FDOT

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

C-12

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table C11 (Continued)
Hillsborough County FDOT Work Program
Item
425503-2
414594-1
416264-1
415348-2
403760-1
413387-1
433045-1
436530-1
433046-1
433047-1
433049-1
433048-1
255842-1
424450-1
437044-1
433071-1
433926-1
436012-1
433436-1
433071-2
433437-1
437041-1
255585-1
405492-8
435359-1
435360-1
434435-1
436031-1
422720-1
435912-1
435911-1
435908-1
430055-1
255822-1
255796-1
430050-1
430056-1
435918-1
435749-1
430054-1
435748-1
255893-1
405525-1
405492-1
410649-1
257862-1
435912-2
435911-2
435918-2
435748-2
402255-1
410948-1
426371-5
426371-1
426475-1
405428-1
405428-3
410693-2
405428-5
405428-6
434366-1
412751-1
414963-2
430175-1
421480-2
416114-1

Work Mix Description


INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENT
INTERMODAL HUB CAPACITY
INTERMODAL HUB CAPACITY
INTERMODAL HUB CAPACITY
INTERSECTION (MINOR)
INTERSECTION (MINOR)
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
NEW ROAD CONSTRUCTION
NEW ROAD CONSTRUCTION
NEW ROAD CONSTRUCTION
NEW ROAD CONSTRUCTION
NEW ROAD CONSTRUCTION
NEW ROAD CONSTRUCTION
PARK AND RIDE LOTS
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PD&E/EMO STUDY
PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING
PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING
PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING
PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING
PTO STUDIES
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SHELTER
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
SIDEWALK
SIDEWALK

Item Description
SR 566/THONOTOSASSA FROM S OF TOWNSGATE CT TO N OF I-4
HART INTERMODAL FACILITIES
HART INTERMODAL TRANSIT CTRS
MULTIMODAL TERMINALS
US 301(SR41/FT KING) AT MCINTOSH RD
MEMORIAL HWY AT KELLY RD
US 41 SOUTHBOUND AT PEMBROKE RD WESTBOUND
USB 41/SR 685/N FLORIDA AVENUE AT CR 584/ W WATERS AVENUE
US 41 NORTHBOUND AT HARTFORD ST (WB)
US 41 NORTHBOUND AT RALEIGH (WESTBOUND)
US 41 NORTHBOUND AT S 34TH AVE (WESTBOUND)
US 41 NORTHBOUND AT TOWAWAY AVE (WB)
US 92 (SR 600) AT BAY TO BAY BLVD
US 92/SR 600/DALEMABRY FROM GOLD TRIANGLE ST TO N OF COLUMBUS
ARMENIA AVENUE AT BUSCH BOULEVARD
BROADWAY FROM US 41 TO N 62ND ST CSX INTRMD
FALKENBURG ROAD AT LEROY AVE/REEVES RD INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
GUNN HIGHWAY AT LINEBAUGH AVE
HARNEY ROAD AT 78TH ST/STEAMBOAT LANE
N 62ND STREET FROM CSX INTRMD ENTRANCE TO NORTH OF E COLUMBUS DRIVE
VALRICO ROAD AT SYDNEY ROAD
WESTSHORE BOULEVARD AND GANDY BOULEVARD
SR/CR 39 ALEXANDER FROM N OF I-4 (SR 400) TO N OF KNIGHTS GRIFFIN
CR 581 (BB DOWNS BL) FROM COMMERCE PALMS DR TO DONA MICHELLE DR
MARITIME BOULEVARD FROM GATX DRIVE TO CONTAINER YARD ENTRANC
PORTWIDE ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS
PROJECT SUNRISE-EDTF SOUTH SHORE CORPORATE CTR TRANSP IMPROVEMENTS
TEMPLE TERRACE PARKWAY EXTENSION FROM TELECOM PKWY TO MORRIS BRIDGE RD
HILLSBOROUGH AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT (HART) PARK N' RIDE
SR 574 PD&E FROM MCINTOSH RD TO US 92/SR 600
SR 574 PD&E RE-EVAL FROM N 40TH ST TO I-4
SR 580 / BUSCH BLVD STUDY FROM N DALE MABRY HWY TO N NEBRASKA AVE
SR 60 FROM VALRICO RD TO POLK COUNTY LINE RD
SR 600 (GANDY BLVD) FROM E END OF BRIDGE TO DALE MABRY HWY
US 301 FROM FOWLER AVE TO FUTURE SR 56
US 301 FROM SR 60 TO I-4
US 41 FROM KRACKER AVE TO S OF CAUSEWAY BLVD
US 41 PD&E STUDY FROM MANATEE CO LINE TO SR 674
US 92 FROM I-4 TO COUNTY LINE
US 92/HILLSBOROUGH FROM 50TH ST TO I-4
US 92/SR 580/HILLSBOROUGH CORRIDOR EVALUATION FM MEMORIAL HWY TO I-275
SR 574 (MLK BLVD) FROM CR 579 TO MCINTOSH RD
SR 60 (ADAMO DR) FROM W OF 50TH ST TO FALKENBURG RD
CR 581 (BB DOWNS BL) FROM BEARSS AVE TO SR 54
EAST/WEST RD (COT) FROM I-275 TO CR 581 (BB DOWNS BLVD)
PARK RD/SAM ALLEN RD FROM I-4 (SR 400) TO ALEXANDER ST EXTENSION
SR 574 FROM MCINTOSH ROAD TO US 92 / SR 600
SR 574 FROM N 40TH ST TO I-4
US 41 FROM MANATEE COUNTY LINE TO SR 674
US 92/SR 580/HILLSBOROUGH AVE FROM MEMORIAL HIGHWAY TO I-275
HILLSBOROUGH CTY MPO TRANSIT PLANNING SECTION 5305
HART TRANSIT ENHANCEMENT
ARRA/HART SECTION 5307 (ARRA): FAREBOX REPLACEMENT/EXPAN
ARRA/HART SECTION 5307;ARRA BUSES & PARATRANSIT VANS
HART BUS ACQUISTION
HART BUS AND BUS FACILITIES SECTION 5309
HART BUS COALITION
HART BUS PURCHASES-TRANSIT CORRIDOR-CAPITAL
HART BUS/BUS FACILITIES
HART BUS/BUS FACILITIES SECTION 5309
HART SECTION 5339 CAPITAL ACTIVITIES
HART SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BUS PURCHASES
HART SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
TBARTA SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM / VANPOOL
SR 574 (MLK BLVD) FROM E OF HIMES AVE TO 350' W OF BURDINES DR
SR 580 (HILLS AVE) FROM BEAUMONT CTR BLVD TO HOOVER BLVD

FY 2006
$0
$0
$0
$0
$65,527
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$105,161
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$8,634,955
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$10,725
$9,229
$0
$0
$3,873
$0
$0
$0
$0
$237,017
$600,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$900,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2007
$0
$0
$0
$0
$919,171
$199,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,246,694
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$11,279,753
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$27,931
$0
$431
$48,364
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$303,739
$0
$0
$0
$0
$451,440
$671,188
$0
$1,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$186

FY 2008
$0
$0
$0
$0
$18,874
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$74,516
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$245,569
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$182,694
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$324
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$328,533
$600,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,609

FY 2009

FY 2010

$0
$956,347
$82,260
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$22,606
$24,232
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$850,134
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$199,984
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$356,534
$0
$0
$0
$0
$489,060
$1,222,668
$0
$2,000,000
$0
$0
$3,000,000
$0
$0
$117,432
$274,733

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$128,121
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$345,315
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$455
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$383,560
$700,000
$450,000
$7,793,203
$2,185,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$247,500
$0
$0
$0
$0
$30,659
$34,474

FY 2011
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$155,171
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$17,535,504
$2,822,771
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$661
$0
$0
$0
$13,078
$0
$0
$11,893
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$385,777
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2012
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$117
$0
$117
$117
$0
$352
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$88,989
$26,729
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,224,357
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$15,705
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$408,063
$700,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2013
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$12,916
$0
$77,615
$71,282
$69,845
$69,788
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$154,856
$68,200
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$24,458
$0
$0
$719,518
$1,128,890
$0
$0
$10,242
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$414,654
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$12,000,000
$0
$0
$0

FY 2014
$11,823
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$559,639
$0
$27,047
$12,351
$9,776
$18,807
$0
$0
$0
$769,066
$602,392
$0
$800,000
$0
$241,565
$0
$376,218
$131,503
$0
$0
$3,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$18,599
$0
$0
$10,918
$8,781
$0
$0
$284
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$516,609
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2015
$2,214,202
$0
$0
$93,771
$0
$0
$4,134
$0
$345
$26
$169
$26
$0
$0
$0
$3,395
$12,502
$1,652,153
$364,608
$0
$10,335
$0
$134,184
$31,140
$0
$750,000
$0
$600,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$19,773
$0
$2,015,409
$17,246
$47,244
$0
$1,516,233
$0
$1,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$520,695
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$172,100
$0
$0
$1,297,193
$0
$10,000,000
$310,800
$0
$0

FY 2016
$14,679
$0
$0
$42,014,000
$0
$0
$1,618
$5,000
$5,296
$17,841
$16,562
$14,386
$0
$0
$0
$66,594
$240
$1,965
$4,003
$0
$509
$0
$0
$3,083
$1,250,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,000
$1,000
$1,000
$896
$0
$1,253
$534
$603
$1,501,000
$1,256
$0
$1,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,000
$0
$468,240
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,328,792
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

FY 2017

FY 2018

FY 2019

FY 2020

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,501,400
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$400,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$4,000,000
$1,000
$340,256
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$8,200,000
$386,400
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,000
$0
$4,800,000
$350,463
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$6,300,000
$800,000
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$977,691
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,000
$2,000,000
$0
$0
$350,463
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$5,220,000
$800,000
$0
$0

$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$4,350,111
$0
$1,361,815
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$4,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$360,978
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$4,000,000
$0
$0
$0

Grand Total
$2,240,704
$956,347
$82,260
$42,107,771
$1,003,572
$199,000
$578,424
$5,000
$110,420
$101,617
$96,352
$103,359
$1,448,977
$307,524
$977,691
$839,055
$615,134
$1,654,118
$1,168,611
$6,851,511
$252,409
$1,361,815
$39,645,477
$3,083,426
$1,250,000
$750,000
$3,000,000
$600,000
$382,678
$2,001,000
$1,001,000
$401,000
$1,288,744
$455
$2,016,662
$748,216
$1,198,596
$1,501,000
$1,517,489
$38,124
$1,001,000
$38,656
$9,229
$755
$48,364
$3,873
$4,002,000
$2,002,000
$4,001,000
$4,801,000
$5,725,581
$2,600,000
$450,000
$7,793,203
$2,185,000
$940,500
$1,893,856
$172,100
$3,900,000
$247,500
$2,625,985
$3,000,000
$45,720,000
$2,297,200
$148,091
$311,002

Source: FDOT

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

C-13

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table C11 (Continued)
Hillsborough County FDOT Work Program
Item

Work Mix Description

420627-1 SIDEWALK
416746-1 SIDEWALK
415234-4 SIDEWALK
426161-1 SIDEWALK
415234-9 SIDEWALK
415234-5 SIDEWALK
415234-7 SIDEWALK
428218-1 SIDEWALK
415004-1 SIDEWALK
408551-1 SIDEWALK
408550-1 SIDEWALK
257805-3 SIDEWALK
413128-1 SIDEWALK
413130-1 SIDEWALK
257805-5 SIDEWALK
413136-1 SIDEWALK
428160-1 SIDEWALK
428206-1 SIDEWALK
257805-7 SIDEWALK
405521-1 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/SYSTEM
414990-1 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/SYSTEM
436244-1 TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPDATE
416856-1 TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPDATE
436243-1 TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPDATE
436242-1 TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPDATE
436245-1 TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPDATE
427171-2 TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPDATE
416816-1 TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPDATE
405920-4 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
435956-1 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
416687-1 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
255769-1 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
416121-1 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
415269-1 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
420286-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
426371-7 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
426371-4 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
426371-3 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
408209-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
413330-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
430322-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
424453-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
409045-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
420740-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
420739-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
408207-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
412762-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
410719-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
410720-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
413330-2 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
414963-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
408530-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
430327-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
430326-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
429925-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
417978-1 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
418685-1 URBAN CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS
405428-4 URBAN CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS
405428-2 URBAN CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS
420741-2 URBAN CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS
418213-1 URBAN CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS
410768-1 PD&E/EMO STUDY
Grand Total

Item Description
SR 583/56TH ST FROM HILLSBOROUGH RIVER TO TEMPLE HEIGHTS RD
SR 585 (22ND ST) FROM 23RD AVE E TO LAKE AVE E
SR 597 (DALE MABRY) FM N CARROLLWOOD SPRINGS TO S OF NORTHDALE BLVD
SR 597 (DALE MABRY) FM W FLETCHER/S VILLAGE TO CAROLL SPRINGS/ZAMBITO
SR 597 (DALE MABRY) FROM N LAKEVIEW DRIVE TO SOUTH OF VAN DYKE RD
SR 597 (DALE MABRY) FROM NORTHDALE BLVD TO NORTHGREEN AVE
SR 597 (DALE MABRY) FROM NORTHGREEN AVE TO N LAKEVIEW DR
SR 60 FROM BRANDON TOWN CENTER TO GORNTO LAKE RD
CHARLIE GRIFFIN RD FROM JL REDMAN PKWAY TO PK SPRINGS APTS. ENTR.
CLAY PIT RD FROM SCOTLAND COURT TO A&A MOBILE HOME PARK
DANNY BRYAN BLVD FROM MLK BLVD TO PATINA ST
DOWNTOWN RIVERWALK AT PLATT ST BRIDGE
LITTLE RD FROM BLOOMINGDALE AVE TO DURANT RD
THONOTOSASSA RD FROM TAYLOR RD TO BAKER CREEK PARK
DOWNTOWN RIVERWALK FROM MACDILL PARK TO CURTIS HIXON WF PARK
MCMULLEN RD FROM BALM RIVERVIEW RD TO S BOYETTE RD
MENDONSA ROAD FROM ALEXANDER ST TO HUNTER ST
MULRENNAN MIDDLE SCH DURANT RD FRM ST CLOUD TO MULRENNAN
SELMON GREENWAY FROM HILLSBOROUGH RIVER TO 19TH STREET
CITY OF TAMPA TRAFFIC SURVEILLANCE
US 92 (SR 600) FROM CR 566 (THONOTOSSA) TO PARK RD
SR 582 / FOWLER AVE AT RAINTREE BLVD, GILLETTE AVE, N RIVERHILL DR
SR 60 (KENNEDY BLVD) FROM W OF ARMENIA AVE TO E OF BREVARD AVE
US 301/SR 43 AT RIVERVIEW DRIVE
US 92/SR 600 AT INTERBAY BLVD
US 92/SR 600/S DALE MABRY AT EL PRADO BLVD
USB 41 (SR 45/SR 60) FM W OF 14TH ST TO E OF 19TH ST
SR 597 (DALE MABRY) FROM HUMPHREY ST TO VAN DYKE RD
TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT
US 41/92/SR 600/E HILLSBOROUGH AVE AT E GATE PLAZA/MERIDIAN POINTE APTS
SR 580 (HILLS AVE) AT SILVERMILL DR
SR 600 (HILLS AVE) WEST OF 22ND ST .05 MILES W OF 22ND ST
US 41 (SR 685) AT LAKE MAGDALENE BLVD
HANLEY RD AT PAULA DR
WHEELER ST TRACK IMPROVEMENTS
ARRA/HART SECTION 5307 (ARRA): TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENTS
ARRA/HART SECTION 5307 (ARRA): TECO STREETCAR EXP/CAP MAINT
ARRA/HART SECTION 5307;ARRA 21ST AVE IMPROVEMENTS
HART
HART
HART
HART (HILLSBOROUGH AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT SECTION 5307
HART JOBS ACCESS/REVERSE COMMUTE
HART PARK AND RIDE
HART SERVICE DEVELOPMENT
HART STREETCAR EXTENSION
HART STREETCAR EXTENSION
HART SURFACE TRANSPORTATION
HART SURFACE TRANSPORTATION
HART SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
HART SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
HART TRANSIT ENHANCEMENT
HART-NORTHDALE FLEX SERVICE
HART-TOWN-N-COUNTRY FLEX 60X
HILLSBOROUGH RURAL MAP 21 ADA
JAIL PROPERTY FROM MORGAN ST TO ORANGE AVE
SR 585 (21ST/22ND ST) FROM SR 60 (ADAMO DRIVE) TO SR 600 (HILLSBOROUGH)
HART BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) SECTION 5309
HART EMPHASIS CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENT SECTION 5309
HART NEW TAMPA FLEX
HART SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
EAST/WEST RD AT I-275

FY 2006
$0
$257,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$448,148
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$829,751
$636,584
$0
$5,533
$286
$54,620
$10,159
$0
$0
$0
$0
$365,000
$3,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,000,000
$2,000,000
$0
$0
$400,000
$0
$0
$0
$3,917,129
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$64
$59,342,497

FY 2007
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$138,733
$129,977
$600,000
$0
$529
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,174
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,174
$664,057
$0
$0
$177
$0
$230,000
$53,358
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$99,118
$200,000
$123,364
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$3,474
$94,878,235

FY 2008
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$143,689
$197,742
$0
$2,483
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,076,936
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$684,008
$0
$0
$5,045
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$68,936,379

FY 2009
$3,442,227
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$68,177
$61
$43,037
$0
$0
$0
$60,459
$18,160
$0
$11,149
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$3,195
$720,191
$0
$0
$280,690
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$900,000
$2,800,000
$0
$0
$0
$4,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$611
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$78,087,336

FY 2010
$0
$0
$0
$25,438
$0
$0
$0
$1,075
$0
$0
$0
$860,000
$0
$0
$0
$10,545
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$750,585
$0
$0
$6,132
$0
$0
$0
$800,000
$1,000,000
$1,693,592
$0
$0
$0
$250,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,000,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,066,000
$332,310
$0
$4,500,000
$0
$55,795,421

FY 2011
$8,013
$624
$467,997
$884,532
$13,038
$259,612
$252,249
$134,917
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$251,011
$192,217
$101,520
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$10,745
$774,406
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$164,636
$0
$0
$0
$1,000,000
$0
$49,981,319

FY 2012
$0
$593,042
$34,624
$1,412
$296,449
$8,249
$381
$23,316
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$24,733
$144
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$772,347
$796,834
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$241,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$375,000
$606,000
$217,678
$0
$1,914,432
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$40,372,603

FY 2013
$0
$292,485
$1,101
$0
$432,051
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$171
$30
$1,431,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$2,952
$28,033
$823,027
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$241,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$19,565
$0
$0
$0
$5,500,000
$0
$67,924,932

FY 2014
$0
$25
$0
$0
$43,632
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$232
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$10,018
$0
$0
$0
$83,624
$11
$849,635
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$241,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$7,743,813
$0
$0
$150,200
$0
$0
$59,668,070

FY 2015
$0
$0
$0
$0
$45,261
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$9,512,000
$0
$8
$0
$0
$0
$0
$148
$1,002,955
$894
$1,192
$148
$106,075
$0
$876,997
$306,764
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$400,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$351,350
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$83,141,125

FY 2016
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$218,750
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$68,915
$750,208
$28,048
$20,724
$34,818
$879,849
$0
$963,361
$935
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$241,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,557
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$143,417,951

FY 2017
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$72,000
$906,700
$138,000
$131,000
$44,000
$371,090
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$241,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$108,373
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$86,822,452

FY 2018
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$50,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$241,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$285,132
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$79,888,002

FY 2019
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,828,066
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$252,407
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$40,718,478

FY 2020

Grand Total

$0
$3,450,240
$0
$1,143,176
$0
$503,722
$0
$911,382
$0
$830,431
$0
$267,861
$0
$320,807
$0
$159,369
$0
$43,037
$0
$138,733
$0
$129,977
$0
$1,460,000
$0
$204,148
$0
$216,431
$0
$9,730,750
$0
$299,921
$0
$192,772
$0
$101,550
$0
$1,431,000
$0
$449,322
$0
$2,076,936
$0
$141,063
$0
$4,547,947
$0
$166,942
$0
$152,916
$0
$78,966
$0
$1,443,590
$0
$1,645,256
$0
$8,539,685
$0
$307,699
$0
$5,533
$0
$292,330
$0
$54,620
$0
$240,159
$0
$53,358
$0
$800,000
$0
$1,000,000
$0
$1,693,592
$0
$365,000
$0
$3,000,000
$248,000
$2,346,407
$0
$250,000
$0
$99,118
$0
$200,000
$0
$123,364
$0
$900,000
$0
$2,800,000
$0
$2,000,000
$0
$2,000,000
$0
$1,000,000
$0
$4,000,000
$0
$400,000
$0
$375,000
$0
$606,000
$0
$611,183
$0
$3,917,740
$0
$10,195,353
$0
$1,066,000
$0
$332,310
$0
$150,200
$0
$11,000,000
$0
$81,942
$53,124,614 $1,062,177,818

Source: Florida Department of Transportation, District 7

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Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table C12
Average Motor Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Excluding Interstate Travel
Travel

Other Arterial Rural


Other Rural
Other Urban

Vehicle Miles of Travel (VMT) @


21.4
6.3
304,792,000,000
45,625,000,000
299,027,000,000
30,471,000,000
89,623,000,000
1,476,377,000,000

350,417,000,000
329,498,000,000
1,566,000,000,000

Total

2,080,196,000,000

2,245,915,000,000

Other Arterial Rural


Other Rural
Other Urban
Total

165,719,000,000

Fuel Consumed
Gallons @ 21.4 mpg
Gallons @ 6.3 mpg
14,242,616,822
7,242,063,492
13,973,224,299
4,836,666,667
14,225,873,016
68,989,579,439
97,205,420,560

26,304,603,175

Percent VMT
@ 21.4 mpg
@ 6.3 mpg
87%
13%
91%
9%
94%
6%

21,484,680,314
18,809,890,966
83,215,452,455

93%

7%

Total Mileage and Fuel


2,245,915 miles (millions)
123,510 gallons (millions)
18.18 mpg

123,510,023,735

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Highway Statistics 2014, Section V, Table VM-1
Annual Vehicle Distance Traveled in Miles and Related Data - 2014 by Highway Category and Vehicle Type
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/policyinformation/statistics.cfm

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Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table C13
Annual Vehicle Distance Travelled in Miles and Related Data 2014(1)
By Highway Category and Vehicle Type
Published December 2015

TABLE VM1
SUBTOTALS

YEAR

LIGHT DUTY
VEHICLES

ITEM

(2)

SHORT WB

MOTOR
CYCLES

BUSES

LIGHT DUTY
VEHICLES
(2)

LONG WB

SINGLEUNIT
(3)

TRUCKS

COMBINATION
TRUCKS

ALL LIGHT
(2)

VEHICLES

SINGLEUNIT 2AXLE
6TIRE OR MORE
AND COMBINATION
TRUCKS

ALL MOTOR
VEHICLES

Motor-Vehicle Travel:
(millions of vehicle-miles)
Interstate Rural

130,679

1,114

1,533

42,020

9,255

46,770

172,699

56,026

231,372

2014

Other Arterial Rural

217,799

2,681

2,022

86,993

16,330

29,295

304,792

45,625

355,119

2014

Other Rural

210,090

2,953

1,986

88,936

17,076

13,395

299,027

30,471

334,436

2014

All Rural

558,569

6,748

5,540

217,949

42,661

89,461

776,517

132,122

920,928

2014

2014

Interstate Urban

2014

Other Urban

2014

All Urban
(5)

2014

Total Rural and Urban

2014

Number of motor vehicles

2014

registered
Average miles traveled
per vehicle

364,071

2,422

2,373

93,591

16,498

40,889

457,661

57,387

519,843

1,149,432

10,800

8,085

326,945

50,143

39,480

1,476,377

89,623

1,584,885

1,513,503

13,221

10,458

420,536

66,641

80,369

1,934,038

147,010

2,104,728

2,072,071

19,970

15,999

638,484

109,301

169,830

2,710,556

279,132

3,025,656

187,554,928 8,417,718

872,027

52,600,309

8,328,759

2,577,197

240,155,238

10,905,956

260,350,938

(2)

2014
2014
2014
2014

(4)

Person-miles of travel
(millions)
Fuel consumed
(thousand gallons)
Average fuel consumption per
vehicle (gallons)
Average miles traveled per
gallon of fuel consumed

11,048

2,372

18,347

12,138

13,123

65,897

11,287

25,594

11,621

2,878,905

21,510

339,177

852,983

109,301

169,830

3,731,888

279,132

4,371,706

458,628 2,233,219

37,342,987

14,893,865

29,117,656

126,643,778

44,011,521

173,347,146

89,300,790
476

54

2,561

710

1,788

11,298

527

4,036

666

23.2

43.5

7.2

17.1

7.3

5.8

21.4

6.3

17.5

(1) The FHWA es tima tes na tiona l trends by us i ng Sta te reported Hi ghwa y Performa nce a nd Moni toring Sys tem (HPMS) da ta , fuel cons umption da ta (MF-21 a nd MF-27), vehi cl e regi s tra tion da ta (MV-1,
MV-9, a nd MV-10), other da ta s uch a s the R.L. Polk vehi cle da ta , a nd a hos t of model ing techniques . Sta rting wi th the 2009 VM-1, a n enha nced methodol ogy wa s us ed to provi de ti mely i ndi ca tors on
both tra vel a nd tra vel beha vi or cha nges .
(2) Li ght Duty Vehi cl es Short WB - pa s s enger ca rs , li ght trucks , va ns a nd s port util ity vehi cl es with a wheelba s e (WM) equa l to or les s tha n 121 inches . Light Duty Vehi cl es Long WB - l a rge pa s s enger
ca rs , va ns , pickup trucks , a nd s port/uti li ty vehi cl es with wheel ba s es (WB) la rger tha n 121 inches . All Light Duty Vehi cl es - pa s s enger ca rs , l ight trucks , va ns a nd s port uti li ty vehi cl es rega rdles s of
(3) Singl e-Uni t - s i ngl e fra me trucks tha t ha ve 2-Axl es a nd a t l ea s t 6 ti res or a gros s vehicl e wei ght ra ti ng exceedi ng 10,000 lbs .
(4) Vehi cl e occupa ncy is es tima ted by the FHWA from the 2009 Na ti ona l Hous ehold Tra vel Survey (NHTS); For s i ngl e unit truck a nd hea vy trucks , 1 motor vehi cl e mi le tra vell ed = 1 pers on-mil e tra vel ed.
(5) VMT da ta a re ba s ed on the la tes t HPMS da ta a va i la bl e; i t ma y not ma tch previous publi s hed res ults .

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Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT

APPENDIX D
Mobility Fee Schedule

DRAFT
Mobility Fee Schedule
This appendix presents the detailed fee calculations for each land use in the Hillsborough
County mobility fee schedule. The differentiation of input variables is presented below:

Table D-1 Urban Area Mobility Fee; does NOT include additional percent sales tax
revenue credit

Table D-2 Rural Area Mobility Fee; does NOT include additional percent sales tax
revenue credit

Table D-3 Urban Area Mobility Fee; includes additional sales tax revenues credit

Table D-4 Rural Area Mobility Fee; includes additional sales tax revenue credit

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D-1

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D1
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; No Sales Tax
Gasoline Tax
$$ per gallon to capital:
Facility life (years):
Interest rate:
ITE LUC

Land Use

$0.206
25
2.50%
Unit

County Revenues:
State Revenues:
Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Unit Cost per Lane Mile:


Average PMC per Lane Mile:
Fuel Efficiency:
Effectivedays per year:

$0.087
$0.119
Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

$4,962,000
12,350
18.18 mpg
365

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor:


Cost per PMC:

12,350

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

36.6%
$401.78

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RESIDENTIAL:

210

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

2.62

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

5.50

1.30

7.15

$2,872

$39

$719

$2,153

$1,792

20%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du

3.96

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

8.31

1.30

10.80

$4,341

$58

$1,069

$3,272

$1,792

83%

6.11

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

12.82

1.30

16.67

$6,697

$90

$1,658

$5,039

$1,792

181%

7.81

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

16.39

1.30

21.31

$8,561

$115

$2,119

$6,442

$1,792

260%

8.76

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

18.38

1.30

23.89

$9,602

$129

$2,377

$7,225

$1,792

303%

2.38

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.85

1.30

5.01

$2,010

$28

$516

$1,494

$1,242

20%

3.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

5.82

1.30

7.57

$3,040

$42

$774

$2,266

$1,242

83%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

10.67

1.30

13.87

$5,573

$76

$1,400

$4,173

$1,242

236%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

2.41

1.30

3.13

$1,258

$17

$313

$945

$1,242

-24%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.64

1.30

4.73

$1,900

$26

$479

$1,421

$1,242

15%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

6.69

1.30

8.70

$3,496

$48

$884

$2,612

$1,242

110%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

9.31

1.30

12.10

$4,864

$67

$1,234

$3,630

$1,097

231%

100%

n/a

6.76

1.30

8.79

$3,530

$48

$884

$2,646

$1,097

141%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf


Single Family (Detached) - 1,501 to 2,499 sf
Single Family (Detached) - 2,500 sf and greater
Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH
Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

220

222/
223

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du
du
du
du

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories

du

6.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

1.49

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

2.25

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

4.14

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

5.76

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition
Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories

230

du

Residential Condominium/Townhouse

du
du
du

5.10
5.10

5.10
5.10
5.10

ITE 9th Edition

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

4.17

FL Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

100%

n/a

6.08

1.30

7.90

$3,176

$44

$811

$2,365

$901

163%

du

2.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.08

3.58

Same as LUC 210

72%

FL Studies

1.58

1.30

2.05

$826

$12

$221

$605

n/a

n/a

232

High-Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories

du

4.18

240

Mobile Home Park

du

253

Congregate Care Facility


LODGING:

310

Hotel

room

6.36

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

6.26

6.76

FL Studies

66%

FL Studies

8.33

1.30

10.83

$4,351

$59

$1,087

$3,264

$1,546

111%

311

Hotel; All Suites

room

4.90

ITE 9th Edition

6.26

6.76

Same as LUC 310

66%

Same as LUC 310

6.42

1.30

8.35

$3,352

$45

$829

$2,523

$1,082

133%

320

Motel
RECREATION:

room

5.63

ITE 9th Edition

4.34

4.84

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

5.96

1.30

7.75

$3,115

$43

$792

$2,323

$1,579

47%

412

General Recreation

acre

2.28

ITE 9th Edition

5.11

5.61

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.32

1.30

4.32

$1,736

$24

$442

$1,294

n/a

n/a

1.62

ITE 9th Edition


(Adjusted)

100%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.36

1.30

3.07

$1,234

$17

$313

$921

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

5.59

1.30

7.27

$2,920

$39

$719

$2,201

n/a

n/a

416
420

RV Park

(3)

Marina

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2.96

ITE 9th Edition

4.60
6.62

5.10
7.12

Same as LUC 240


Same as LUC 210

D-2

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D1 (Continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RECREATION:
430

Golf Course

hole

35.74

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

67.50

1.30

87.75

$35,257

$474

$8,733

$26,524

$4,272

521%

2.22

2.72

FL Studies

88%

FL Studies

66.04

1.30

85.85

$34,491

$528

$9,728

$24,763

$9,164

170%

444

Movie Theater

screen

106.63

Blend ITE 6th & FL


Studies

492

Health Club
INSTITUTIONS:

1,000 sf

32.93

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

94%

FL Studies

50.53

1.30

65.69

$26,395

$362

$6,670

$19,725

n/a

n/a

520

Elementary School (Private)

student

1.29

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

80%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.41

1.30

1.83

$735

$10

$184

$551

$61

803%

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.99

1.30

2.59

$1,038

$14

$258

$780

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.10

1.30

2.73

$1,096

$15

$276

$820

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.78

1.30

4.91

$1,973

$27

$497

$1,476

n/a

n/a

522

Middle School (Private)

student

1.62

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

530

High School (Private)

student

1.71

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

540

University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)


(Private)

550

University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)


(Private)

560
565
610

Church

1,000 sf

Hospital
Nursing Home

630

Clinic
OFFICE:
General Office 50,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

(4)

(4)

General Office 50,001-100,000 sq ft


710

student
1,000 sf

Day Care Center

620

student

2.00
1.50

ITE Regression Analysis


ITE Regression Analysis

6.62
6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.83

1.30

3.68

$1,480

$20

$368

$1,112

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

10.14

1.30

13.18

$5,294

$75

$1,382

$3,912

$544

619%

73%

FL Studies

33.77

1.30

43.90

$17,637

$275

$5,067

$12,570

$1,500

738%

21.36

1.30

27.77

$11,158

$150

$2,764

$8,394

unit change

n/a

9.11

ITE 9th Edition

3.90

4.40

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

71.88

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.03

2.53

FL Studies

13.22

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

77%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.59

3.09

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

2.02

1.30

2.63

$1,053

$16

$295

$758

$194

291%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies

93%

FL Studies

49.95

1.30

64.94

$26,088

$358

$6,596

$19,492

$1,880

937%

bed

2.76

1,000 sf

33.22

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies
Blend ITE 9th & FL
Studies

1,000 sf

15.50

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

23.28

1.30

30.26

$12,160

$167

$3,077

$9,083

$3,728

144%

1,000 sf

13.13

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

19.72

1.30

25.64

$10,300

$141

$2,598

$7,702

$2,300

235%

General Office 100,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

11.12

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

16.70

1.30

21.71

$8,724

$120

$2,211

$6,513

$1,958

233%

General Office 200,001-400,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

9.41

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

14.13

1.30

18.37

$7,382

$101

$1,861

$5,521

$1,958

182%

General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft

1,000 sf

8.54

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

12.83

1.30

16.68

$6,700

$92

$1,695

$5,005

$1,958

156%

715

Single Tenant Office Building

1,000 sf

11.65

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

17.50

1.30

22.75

$9,139

$125

$2,303

$6,836

$2,005

241%

720

Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

23.83

FL Studies

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

37.31

1.30

48.50

$19,489

$265

$4,882

$14,607

$6,262

133%

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

54.37

1.30

70.68

$28,396

$387

$7,130

$21,266

$6,262

240%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

25.90

1.30

33.67

$13,530

$204

$3,759

$9,771

$2,807

248%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

29.18

1.30

37.93

$15,240

$230

$4,238

$11,002

$3,384

225%

(4)

720

Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft


RETAIL:

1,000 sf

34.72

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

813

Discount Superstore

1,000 sf

50.82

ITE 9th Edition

815

Discount Store; Free-Standing

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

57.24

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

D-3

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D1 (Continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RETAIL:
Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less

820

(4)

Shopping Center 50,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

(4)

Shopping Center 200,001-400,000 sq ft

Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft


841

(4)

New/Used Auto Sales

1,000 sfgla

86.56

ITE 9th equation

1.87

2.37

TL Regression

56%

FL Curve

28.73

1.30

37.35

$15,009

$238

$4,385

$10,624

$1,565

579%

1,000 sfgla

53.28

ITE 9th equation

2.40

2.90

TL Regression

67%

FL Curve

27.16

1.30

35.31

$14,185

$214

$3,943

$10,242

$3,181

222%

1,000 sfgla

41.80

ITE 9th equation

2.64

3.14

TL Regression

73%

FL Curve

25.54

1.30

33.20

$13,338

$198

$3,648

$9,690

$5,504

76%

1,000 sfgla

36.27

ITE 9th equation

2.87

3.37

TL Regression

76%

FL Curve

25.08

1.30

32.60

$13,099

$192

$3,537

$9,562

$5,504

74%

28.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

79%

FL Studies

32.54

1.30

42.30

$16,998

$235

$4,330

$12,668

$4,482

183%

1.51

2.01

FL Studies

28%

FL Studies

103.89

1.30

135.06

$54,263

$902

$16,619

$37,644

$7,581

397%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

21.31

1.30

27.70

$11,129

$168

$3,095

$8,034

$2,498

222%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

15.67

1.30

20.37

$8,184

$124

$2,285

$5,899

$2,095

182%

56%

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

14.95

1.30

19.44

$7,809

$124

$2,285

$5,524

$2,692

105%

1,000 sf

853

Convenience Market w/Gasoline

1,000 sf

775.14

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

857

Discount Club

1,000 sf

41.80

ITE 9th Edition

862
863

Home Improvement Superstore


Electronics Superstore

880/
881

Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive-Thru

890

Furniture Store

912

Bank/Savings Drive-In

1,000 sf

30.74

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

45.04

ITE 9th Edition

1.87

2.37

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

1,000 sf

95.96

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.08

2.58

FL Studies

32%

FL Studies

20.25

1.30

26.33

$10,575

$164

$3,022

$7,553

$5,269

43%

1,000 sf

5.06

ITE 9th Edition

6.09

6.59

FL Studies

54%

FL Studies

5.27

1.30

6.85

$2,755

$37

$682

$2,073

$605

243%

159.34

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.46

2.96

FL Studies

46%

FL Studies

57.16

1.30

74.31

$29,855

$449

$8,273

$21,582

$15,850

36%

3.14

3.64

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

69.82

1.30

90.77

$36,470

$528

$9,728

$26,742

$10,752

149%

1,000 sf

1,000 sf

931

Quality Restaurant

1,000 sf

91.10

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

932

High-Turn Over Restaurant

1,000 sf

116.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.17

3.67

FL Studies

71%

FL Studies

83.19

1.30

108.15

$43,452

$628

$11,571

$31,881

$7,790

309%

511.00

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.05

2.55

FL Studies

58%

FL Studies

192.60

1.30

250.38

$100,599

$1,563

$28,797

$71,802

$9,389

665%

31.43

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.62

4.12

FL Studies

72%

FL Studies

25.97

1.30

33.76

$13,564

$193

$3,556

$10,008

n/a

n/a

157.33

ITE 9th Edition


(944 & 946 Blend)

1.90

2.40

FL Studies

23%

FL Studies

21.79

1.30

28.33

$11,384

$180

$3,316

$8,068

$1,511

434%

service bay

43.94

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.18

2.68

FL Studies

68%

FL Studies

20.65

1.30

26.85

$10,785

$166

$3,058

$7,727

$6,455

20%

934
942
944/
946

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive-Thru


Automobile Care Center
Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
fuel pos.

947

Self-Service Car Wash


INDUSTRIAL:

110

General Light Industrial

1,000 sf

6.97

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

10.47

1.30

13.61

$5,468

$75

$1,382

$4,086

$1,208

238%

120

General Heavy Industrial

1,000 sf

1.50

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

2.25

1.30

2.93

$1,177

$16

$295

$882

$1,162

-24%

140

Manufacturing

1,000 sf

3.82

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.74

1.30

7.46

$2,997

$41

$755

$2,242

$1,162

93%

150

Warehousing

1,000 sf

3.56

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.35

1.30

6.96

$2,793

$38

$700

$2,093

$860

143%

2.15

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.60

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

92%

Same as LUC 710

1.94

1.30

2.52

$1,015

$15

$276

$739

$433

71%

151

Mini-Warehouse

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

3.10

D-4

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D1 (Continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

92%

Same as LUC 710

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

1.30

3.28

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

$1,318

$18

$332

$986

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

INDUSTRIAL:
152

1)
2)
3)
4)

High-Cube Warehouse

1,000 sf

1.68

ITE 9th Edition

2.52

n/a

n/a

Net VMT calculated as ((Trip Generation Rate* Trip Length* % New Trips)*(1-Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor)/2). This reflects the unit of vehicle miles of capacity consumed per unit of development and is multiplied by the cost per vehicle
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Fees shown for Zone 7
The ITE 9th Edition trip generation rate was adjusted to reflect the average occupancy rate of 60 percent based on data provided by the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
The trip generation rates recommended for the offices and shopping centers use the end-point regression value

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

D-5

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D2
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; No Sales Tax
Gasoline Tax
$$ per gallon to capital:
Facility life (years):
Interest rate:
ITE LUC

Land Use

$0.206
25
2.50%
Unit

County Revenues:
State Revenues:
Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Unit Cost per Lane Mile:


Average PMC per Lane Mile:
Fuel Efficiency:
Effectivedays per year:

$0.087
$0.119
Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

$4,962,000
9,263
18.18 mpg
365

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor:


Cost per PMC (Residential/Office/Industrial):
Cost per PMC (Other Non-Residential):

10,806

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

36.6%
$535.71
$459.18

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RESIDENTIAL:

210

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

2.62

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

5.50

1.30

7.15

$3,829

$39

$719

$3,110

$1,792

74%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du

3.96

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

8.31

1.30

10.80

$5,787

$58

$1,069

$4,718

$1,792

163%

6.11

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

12.82

1.30

16.67

$8,930

$90

$1,658

$7,272

$1,792

306%

7.81

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

16.39

1.30

21.31

$11,414

$115

$2,119

$9,295

$1,792

419%

8.76

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

18.38

1.30

23.89

$12,802

$129

$2,377

$10,425

$1,792

482%

2.38

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.85

1.30

5.01

$2,680

$28

$516

$2,164

$1,242

74%

3.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

5.82

1.30

7.57

$4,053

$42

$774

$3,279

$1,242

164%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

10.67

1.30

13.87

$7,431

$76

$1,400

$6,031

$1,242

386%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

2.41

1.30

3.13

$1,678

$17

$313

$1,365

$1,242

10%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.64

1.30

4.73

$2,533

$26

$479

$2,054

$1,242

65%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

6.69

1.30

8.70

$4,661

$48

$884

$3,777

$1,242

204%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

9.31

1.30

12.10

$6,485

$67

$1,234

$5,251

$1,097

379%

100%

n/a

6.76

1.30

8.79

$4,706

$48

$884

$3,822

$1,097

248%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf


Single Family (Detached) - 1,501 to 2,499 sf
Single Family (Detached) - 2,500 sf and greater
Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH
Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

220

222/
223

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du
du
du
du

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories

du

6.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

1.49

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

2.25

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

4.14

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

5.76

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition
Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories

230

du

Residential Condominium/Townhouse

du
du
du

5.10
5.10

5.10
5.10
5.10

ITE 9th Edition

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

4.17

FL Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

100%

n/a

6.08

1.30

7.90

$4,235

$44

$811

$3,424

$901

280%

du

2.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.08

3.58

Same as LUC 210

72%

FL Studies

1.58

1.30

2.05

$1,102

$12

$221

$881

n/a

n/a

232

High-Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories

du

4.18

240

Mobile Home Park

du

253

Congregate Care Facility


LODGING:

310

Hotel

room

6.36

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

6.26

6.76

FL Studies

66%

FL Studies

8.33

1.30

10.83

$4,972

$59

$1,087

$3,885

$1,546

151%

311

Hotel; All Suites

room

4.90

ITE 9th Edition

6.26

6.76

Same as LUC 310

66%

Same as LUC 310

6.42

1.30

8.35

$3,831

$45

$829

$3,002

$1,082

177%

320

Motel
RECREATION:

room

5.63

ITE 9th Edition

4.34

4.84

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

5.96

1.30

7.75

$3,560

$43

$792

$2,768

$1,579

75%

412

General Recreation

acre

2.28

ITE 9th Edition

5.11

5.61

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.32

1.30

4.32

$1,984

$24

$442

$1,542

n/a

n/a

1.62

ITE 9th Edition


(Adjusted)

100%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.36

1.30

3.07

$1,410

$17

$313

$1,097

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

5.59

1.30

7.27

$3,337

$39

$719

$2,618

n/a

n/a

416
420

RV Park

(3)

Marina

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

site
boat berth

2.96

ITE 9th Edition

4.60
6.62

5.10
7.12

Same as LUC 240


Same as LUC 210

D-6

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D2 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RECREATION:
430

Golf Course

hole

35.74

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

67.50

1.30

87.75

$40,294

$474

$8,733

$31,561

$4,272

639%

2.22

2.72

FL Studies

88%

FL Studies

66.04

1.30

85.85

$39,418

$528

$9,728

$29,690

$9,164

224%

444

Movie Theater

screen

106.63

Blend ITE 6th & FL


Studies

492

Health Club
INSTITUTIONS:

1,000 sf

32.93

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

94%

FL Studies

50.53

1.30

65.69

$30,166

$362

$6,670

$23,496

n/a

n/a

520

Elementary School (Private)

student

1.29

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

80%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.41

1.30

1.83

$840

$10

$184

$656

$61

975%

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.99

1.30

2.59

$1,186

$14

$258

$928

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.10

1.30

2.73

$1,252

$15

$276

$976

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.78

1.30

4.91

$2,255

$27

$497

$1,758

n/a

n/a

522

Middle School (Private)

student

1.62

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

530

High School (Private)

student

1.71

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

540

University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)


(Private)

student

2.00

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

550

University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)


(Private)

560
565
610

Church

1,000 sf

Day Care Center

1,000 sf

Hospital

620

Nursing Home

630

Clinic
OFFICE:
General Office 50,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

(4)

(4)

General Office 50,001-100,000 sq ft


710

student

1.50

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.83

1.30

3.68

$1,691

$20

$368

$1,323

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

10.14

1.30

13.18

$6,051

$75

$1,382

$4,669

$544

758%

73%

FL Studies

33.77

1.30

43.90

$20,156

$275

$5,067

$15,089

$1,500

906%

21.36

1.30

27.77

$12,752

$150

$2,764

$9,988

unit change

n/a

9.11

ITE 9th Edition

3.90

4.40

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

71.88

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.03

2.53

FL Studies

13.22

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

77%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.59

3.09

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

2.02

1.30

2.63

$1,204

$16

$295

$909

$194

369%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies

93%

FL Studies

49.95

1.30

64.94

$29,815

$358

$6,596

$23,219

$1,880

1135%

bed

2.76

1,000 sf

33.22

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies
Blend ITE 9th & FL
Studies

1,000 sf

15.50

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

23.28

1.30

30.26

$16,213

$167

$3,077

$13,136

$3,728

252%

1,000 sf

13.13

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

19.72

1.30

25.64

$13,734

$141

$2,598

$11,136

$2,300

384%

General Office 100,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

11.12

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

16.70

1.30

21.71

$11,631

$120

$2,211

$9,420

$1,958

381%

General Office 200,001-400,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

9.41

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

14.13

1.30

18.37

$9,843

$101

$1,861

$7,982

$1,958

308%

General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft

1,000 sf

8.54

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

12.83

1.30

16.68

$8,933

$92

$1,695

$7,238

$1,958

270%

715

Single Tenant Office Building

1,000 sf

11.65

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

17.50

1.30

22.75

$12,186

$125

$2,303

$9,883

$2,005

393%

720

Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

23.83

FL Studies

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

37.31

1.30

48.50

$25,986

$265

$4,882

$21,104

$6,262

237%

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

54.37

1.30

70.68

$37,861

$387

$7,130

$30,731

$6,262

391%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

25.90

1.30

33.67

$15,463

$204

$3,759

$11,704

$2,807

317%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

29.18

1.30

37.93

$17,417

$230

$4,238

$13,179

$3,384

290%

(4)

720

Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft


RETAIL:

1,000 sf

34.72

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

813

Discount Superstore

1,000 sf

50.82

ITE 9th Edition

815

Discount Store; Free-Standing

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

57.24

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

D-7

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D2 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RETAIL:
Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less

820

(4)

Shopping Center 50,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

(4)

Shopping Center 200,001-400,000 sq ft

Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft


841

(4)

New/Used Auto Sales

1,000 sfgla

86.56

ITE 9th equation

1.87

2.37

TL Regression

56%

FL Curve

28.73

1.30

37.35

$17,153

$238

$4,385

$12,768

$1,565

716%

1,000 sfgla

53.28

ITE 9th equation

2.40

2.90

TL Regression

67%

FL Curve

27.16

1.30

35.31

$16,212

$214

$3,943

$12,269

$3,181

286%

1,000 sfgla

41.80

ITE 9th equation

2.64

3.14

TL Regression

73%

FL Curve

25.54

1.30

33.20

$15,244

$198

$3,648

$11,596

$5,504

111%

1,000 sfgla

36.27

ITE 9th equation

2.87

3.37

TL Regression

76%

FL Curve

25.08

1.30

32.60

$14,970

$192

$3,537

$11,433

$5,504

108%

28.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

79%

FL Studies

32.54

1.30

42.30

$19,426

$235

$4,330

$15,096

$4,482

237%

1.51

2.01

FL Studies

28%

FL Studies

103.89

1.30

135.06

$62,015

$902

$16,619

$45,396

$7,581

499%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

21.31

1.30

27.70

$12,719

$168

$3,095

$9,624

$2,498

285%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

15.67

1.30

20.37

$9,354

$124

$2,285

$7,069

$2,095

237%

56%

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

14.95

1.30

19.44

$8,925

$124

$2,285

$6,640

$2,692

147%

1,000 sf

853

Convenience Market w/Gasoline

1,000 sf

775.14

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

857

Discount Club

1,000 sf

41.80

ITE 9th Edition

862
863

Home Improvement Superstore


Electronics Superstore

880/
881

Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive-Thru

890

Furniture Store

912

Bank/Savings Drive-In

1,000 sf

30.74

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

45.04

ITE 9th Edition

1.87

2.37

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

1,000 sf

95.96

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.08

2.58

FL Studies

32%

FL Studies

20.25

1.30

26.33

$12,086

$164

$3,022

$9,064

$5,269

72%

1,000 sf

5.06

ITE 9th Edition

6.09

6.59

FL Studies

54%

FL Studies

5.27

1.30

6.85

$3,149

$37

$682

$2,467

$605

308%

159.34

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.46

2.96

FL Studies

46%

FL Studies

57.16

1.30

74.31

$34,119

$449

$8,273

$25,846

$15,850

63%

3.14

3.64

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

69.82

1.30

90.77

$41,680

$528

$9,728

$31,952

$10,752

197%

1,000 sf

1,000 sf

931

Quality Restaurant

1,000 sf

91.10

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

932

High-Turn Over Restaurant

1,000 sf

116.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.17

3.67

FL Studies

71%

FL Studies

83.19

1.30

108.15

$49,659

$628

$11,571

$38,088

$7,790

389%

511.00

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.05

2.55

FL Studies

58%

FL Studies

192.60

1.30

250.38

$114,971

$1,563

$28,797

$86,174

$9,389

818%

31.43

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.62

4.12

FL Studies

72%

FL Studies

25.97

1.30

33.76

$15,501

$193

$3,556

$11,945

n/a

n/a

157.33

ITE 9th Edition


(944 & 946 Blend)

1.90

2.40

FL Studies

23%

FL Studies

21.79

1.30

28.33

$13,010

$180

$3,316

$9,694

$1,511

542%

service bay

43.94

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.18

2.68

FL Studies

68%

FL Studies

20.65

1.30

26.85

$12,326

$166

$3,058

$9,268

$6,455

44%

934
942
944/
946

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive-Thru


Automobile Care Center
Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
fuel pos.

947

Self-Service Car Wash


INDUSTRIAL:

110

General Light Industrial

1,000 sf

6.97

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

10.47

1.30

13.61

$7,291

$75

$1,382

$5,909

$1,208

389%

120

General Heavy Industrial

1,000 sf

1.50

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

2.25

1.30

2.93

$1,569

$16

$295

$1,274

$1,162

10%

140

Manufacturing

1,000 sf

3.82

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.74

1.30

7.46

$3,996

$41

$755

$3,241

$1,162

179%

150

Warehousing

1,000 sf

3.56

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.35

1.30

6.96

$3,724

$38

$700

$3,024

$860

252%

2.15

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.60

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

92%

Same as LUC 710

1.94

1.30

2.52

$1,354

$15

$276

$1,078

$433

149%

151

Mini-Warehouse

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

3.10

D-8

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D2 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; No Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

92%

Same as LUC 710

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

1.30

3.28

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

$1,757

$18

$332

$1,425

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

INDUSTRIAL:
152

1)
2)
3)
4)

High-Cube Warehouse

1,000 sf

1.68

ITE 9th Edition

2.52

n/a

n/a

Net VMT calculated as ((Trip Generation Rate* Trip Length* % New Trips)*(1-Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor)/2). This reflects the unit of vehicle miles of capacity consumed per unit of development and is multiplied by the cost per vehicle
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Fees shown for Zone 7
The ITE 9th Edition trip generation rate was adjusted to reflect the average occupancy rate of 60 percent based on data provided by the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
The trip generation rates recommended for the offices and shopping centers use the end-point regression value

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

D-9

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D3
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; % Sales Tax
Gasoline Tax
$$ per gallon to capital:
Facility life (years):
Interest rate:
ITE LUC

Land Use

$0.350
25
2.50%
Unit

County Revenues:
State Revenues:
Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Unit Cost per Lane Mile:


Average PMC per Lane Mile:
Fuel Efficiency:
Effectivedays per year:

$0.231
$0.119
Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

$4,962,000
12,350
18.18 mpg
365

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor:


Cost per PMC:

12,350

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

36.6%
$401.78

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RESIDENTIAL:

210

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

2.62

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

5.50

1.30

7.15

$2,872

$66

$1,216

$1,656

$1,792

-8%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du

3.96

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

8.31

1.30

10.80

$4,341

$99

$1,824

$2,517

$1,792

40%

6.11

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

12.82

1.30

16.67

$6,697

$153

$2,819

$3,878

$1,792

116%

7.81

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

16.39

1.30

21.31

$8,561

$195

$3,593

$4,968

$1,792

177%

8.76

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

18.38

1.30

23.89

$9,602

$219

$4,035

$5,567

$1,792

211%

2.38

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.85

1.30

5.01

$2,010

$47

$866

$1,144

$1,242

-8%

3.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

5.82

1.30

7.57

$3,040

$71

$1,308

$1,732

$1,242

40%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

10.67

1.30

13.87

$5,573

$130

$2,395

$3,178

$1,242

156%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

2.41

1.30

3.13

$1,258

$29

$534

$724

$1,242

-42%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.64

1.30

4.73

$1,900

$44

$811

$1,089

$1,242

-12%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

6.69

1.30

8.70

$3,496

$81

$1,492

$2,004

$1,242

61%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

9.31

1.30

12.10

$4,864

$113

$2,082

$2,782

$1,097

154%

100%

n/a

6.76

1.30

8.79

$3,530

$82

$1,511

$2,019

$1,097

84%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf


Single Family (Detached) - 1,501 to 2,499 sf
Single Family (Detached) - 2,500 sf and greater
Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH
Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

220

222/
223

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du
du
du
du

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories

du

6.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

1.49

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

2.25

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

4.14

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

5.76

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition
Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories

230

du

Residential Condominium/Townhouse

du
du
du

5.10
5.10

5.10
5.10
5.10

ITE 9th Edition

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

4.17

FL Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

100%

n/a

6.08

1.30

7.90

$3,176

$75

$1,382

$1,794

$901

99%

du

2.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.08

3.58

Same as LUC 210

72%

FL Studies

1.58

1.30

2.05

$826

$20

$368

$458

n/a

n/a

232

High-Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories

du

4.18

240

Mobile Home Park

du

253

Congregate Care Facility


LODGING:

310

Hotel

room

6.36

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

6.26

6.76

FL Studies

66%

FL Studies

8.33

1.30

10.83

$4,351

$100

$1,842

$2,509

$1,546

62%

311

Hotel; All Suites

room

4.90

ITE 9th Edition

6.26

6.76

Same as LUC 310

66%

Same as LUC 310

6.42

1.30

8.35

$3,352

$77

$1,419

$1,933

$1,082

79%

320

Motel
RECREATION:

room

5.63

ITE 9th Edition

4.34

4.84

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

5.96

1.30

7.75

$3,115

$74

$1,363

$1,752

$1,579

11%

412

General Recreation

acre

2.28

ITE 9th Edition

5.11

5.61

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.32

1.30

4.32

$1,736

$40

$737

$999

n/a

n/a

1.62

ITE 9th Edition


(Adjusted)

100%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.36

1.30

3.07

$1,234

$29

$534

$700

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

5.59

1.30

7.27

$2,920

$67

$1,234

$1,686

n/a

n/a

416
420

RV Park

(3)

Marina

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

site
boat berth

2.96

ITE 9th Edition

4.60
6.62

5.10
7.12

Same as LUC 240


Same as LUC 210

D-10

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D3 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RECREATION:
430

Golf Course

hole

35.74

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

67.50

1.30

87.75

$35,257

$805

$14,832

$20,425

$4,272

378%

2.22

2.72

FL Studies

88%

FL Studies

66.04

1.30

85.85

$34,491

$897

$16,527

$17,964

$9,164

96%

444

Movie Theater

screen

106.63

Blend ITE 6th & FL


Studies

492

Health Club
INSTITUTIONS:

1,000 sf

32.93

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

94%

FL Studies

50.53

1.30

65.69

$26,395

$614

$11,313

$15,082

n/a

n/a

520

Elementary School (Private)

student

1.29

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

80%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.41

1.30

1.83

$735

$17

$313

$422

$61

592%

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.99

1.30

2.59

$1,038

$25

$461

$577

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.10

1.30

2.73

$1,096

$26

$479

$617

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.78

1.30

4.91

$1,973

$45

$829

$1,144

n/a

n/a

522

Middle School (Private)

student

1.62

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

530

High School (Private)

student

1.71

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

540

University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)


(Private)

student

2.00

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

550

University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)


(Private)

560
565
610

Church

1,000 sf

Day Care Center

1,000 sf

Hospital

620

Nursing Home

630

Clinic
OFFICE:
General Office 50,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

(4)

(4)

General Office 50,001-100,000 sq ft


710

student

1.50

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.83

1.30

3.68

$1,480

$34

$626

$854

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

10.14

1.30

13.18

$5,294

$127

$2,340

$2,954

$544

443%

73%

FL Studies

33.77

1.30

43.90

$17,637

$466

$8,586

$9,051

$1,500

503%

21.36

1.30

27.77

$11,158

$255

$4,698

$6,460

unit change

n/a

9.11

ITE 9th Edition

3.90

4.40

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

71.88

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.03

2.53

FL Studies

13.22

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

77%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.59

3.09

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

2.02

1.30

2.63

$1,053

$27

$497

$556

$194

187%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies

93%

FL Studies

49.95

1.30

64.94

$26,088

$608

$11,202

$14,886

$1,880

692%

bed

2.76

1,000 sf

33.22

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies
Blend ITE 9th & FL
Studies

1,000 sf

15.50

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

23.28

1.30

30.26

$12,160

$283

$5,214

$6,946

$3,728

86%

1,000 sf

13.13

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

19.72

1.30

25.64

$10,300

$240

$4,422

$5,878

$2,300

156%

General Office 100,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

11.12

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

16.70

1.30

21.71

$8,724

$203

$3,740

$4,984

$1,958

155%

General Office 200,001-400,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

9.41

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

14.13

1.30

18.37

$7,382

$172

$3,169

$4,213

$1,958

115%

General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft

1,000 sf

8.54

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

12.83

1.30

16.68

$6,700

$156

$2,874

$3,826

$1,958

95%

715

Single Tenant Office Building

1,000 sf

11.65

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

17.50

1.30

22.75

$9,139

$213

$3,924

$5,215

$2,005

160%

720

Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

23.83

FL Studies

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

37.31

1.30

48.50

$19,489

$451

$8,309

$11,180

$6,262

79%

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

54.37

1.30

70.68

$28,396

$657

$12,105

$16,291

$6,262

160%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

25.90

1.30

33.67

$13,530

$347

$6,393

$7,137

$2,807

154%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

29.18

1.30

37.93

$15,240

$391

$7,204

$8,036

$3,384

138%

(4)

720

Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft


RETAIL:

1,000 sf

34.72

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

813

Discount Superstore

1,000 sf

50.82

ITE 9th Edition

815

Discount Store; Free-Standing

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

57.24

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

D-11

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D3 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RETAIL:
Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less

820

(4)

Shopping Center 50,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

(4)

Shopping Center 200,001-400,000 sq ft

Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft


841

(4)

New/Used Auto Sales

1,000 sfgla

86.56

ITE 9th equation

1.87

2.37

TL Regression

56%

FL Curve

28.73

1.30

37.35

$15,009

$404

$7,443

$7,566

$1,565

384%

1,000 sfgla

53.28

ITE 9th equation

2.40

2.90

TL Regression

67%

FL Curve

27.16

1.30

35.31

$14,185

$364

$6,706

$7,479

$3,181

135%

1,000 sfgla

41.80

ITE 9th equation

2.64

3.14

TL Regression

73%

FL Curve

25.54

1.30

33.20

$13,338

$337

$6,209

$7,129

$5,504

30%

1,000 sfgla

36.27

ITE 9th equation

2.87

3.37

TL Regression

76%

FL Curve

25.08

1.30

32.60

$13,099

$326

$6,006

$7,093

$5,504

29%

28.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

79%

FL Studies

32.54

1.30

42.30

$16,998

$400

$7,370

$9,628

$4,482

115%

1.51

2.01

FL Studies

28%

FL Studies

103.89

1.30

135.06

$54,263

$1,533

$28,245

$26,018

$7,581

243%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

21.31

1.30

27.70

$11,129

$285

$5,251

$5,878

$2,498

135%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

15.67

1.30

20.37

$8,184

$210

$3,869

$4,315

$2,095

106%

56%

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

14.95

1.30

19.44

$7,809

$210

$3,869

$3,940

$2,692

46%

1,000 sf

853

Convenience Market w/Gasoline

1,000 sf

775.14

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

857

Discount Club

1,000 sf

41.80

ITE 9th Edition

862
863

Home Improvement Superstore


Electronics Superstore

880/
881

Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive-Thru

890

Furniture Store

912

Bank/Savings Drive-In

1,000 sf

30.74

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

45.04

ITE 9th Edition

1.87

2.37

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

1,000 sf

95.96

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.08

2.58

FL Studies

32%

FL Studies

20.25

1.30

26.33

$10,575

$278

$5,122

$5,453

$5,269

4%

1,000 sf

5.06

ITE 9th Edition

6.09

6.59

FL Studies

54%

FL Studies

5.27

1.30

6.85

$2,755

$63

$1,161

$1,594

$605

164%

159.34

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.46

2.96

FL Studies

46%

FL Studies

57.16

1.30

74.31

$29,855

$762

$14,039

$15,816

$15,850

0%

3.14

3.64

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

69.82

1.30

90.77

$36,470

$897

$16,527

$19,943

$10,752

86%

1,000 sf

1,000 sf

931

Quality Restaurant

1,000 sf

91.10

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

932

High-Turn Over Restaurant

1,000 sf

116.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.17

3.67

FL Studies

71%

FL Studies

83.19

1.30

108.15

$43,452

$1,067

$19,659

$23,793

$7,790

205%

511.00

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.05

2.55

FL Studies

58%

FL Studies

192.60

1.30

250.38

$100,599

$2,655

$48,917

$51,682

$9,389

451%

31.43

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.62

4.12

FL Studies

72%

FL Studies

25.97

1.30

33.76

$13,564

$328

$6,043

$7,521

n/a

n/a

157.33

ITE 9th Edition


(944 & 946 Blend)

1.90

2.40

FL Studies

23%

FL Studies

21.79

1.30

28.33

$11,384

$305

$5,619

$5,765

$1,511

282%

service bay

43.94

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.18

2.68

FL Studies

68%

FL Studies

20.65

1.30

26.85

$10,785

$281

$5,177

$5,608

$6,455

-13%

934
942
944/
946

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive-Thru


Automobile Care Center
Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
fuel pos.

947

Self-Service Car Wash


INDUSTRIAL:

110

General Light Industrial

1,000 sf

6.97

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

10.47

1.30

13.61

$5,468

$127

$2,340

$3,128

$1,208

159%

120

General Heavy Industrial

1,000 sf

1.50

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

2.25

1.30

2.93

$1,177

$27

$497

$680

$1,162

-42%

140

Manufacturing

1,000 sf

3.82

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.74

1.30

7.46

$2,997

$70

$1,290

$1,707

$1,162

47%

150

Warehousing

1,000 sf

3.56

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.35

1.30

6.96

$2,793

$65

$1,198

$1,595

$860

86%

2.15

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.60

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

92%

Same as LUC 710

1.94

1.30

2.52

$1,015

$25

$461

$554

$433

28%

151

Mini-Warehouse

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

3.10

D-12

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D3 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Urban Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

92%

Same as LUC 710

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

1.30

3.28

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

$1,318

$31

$571

$747

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

INDUSTRIAL:
152

1)
2)
3)
4)

High-Cube Warehouse

1,000 sf

1.68

ITE 9th Edition

2.52

n/a

n/a

Net VMT calculated as ((Trip Generation Rate* Trip Length* % New Trips)*(1-Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor)/2). This reflects the unit of vehicle miles of capacity consumed per unit of development and is multiplied by the cost per vehicle
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Fees shown for Zone 7
The ITE 9th Edition trip generation rate was adjusted to reflect the average occupancy rate of 60 percent based on data provided by the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
The trip generation rates recommended for the offices and shopping centers use the end-point regression value

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

D-13

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D4
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; % Sales Tax
Gasoline Tax
$$ per gallon to capital:
Facility life (years):
Interest rate:
ITE LUC

Land Use

$0.350
25
2.50%
Unit

County Revenues:
State Revenues:
Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Unit Cost per Lane Mile:


Average PMC per Lane Mile:
Fuel Efficiency:
Effectivedays per year:

$0.231
$0.119
Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

$4,962,000
9,263
18.18 mpg
365

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor:


Cost per PMC (Residential/Office/Industrial):
Cost per PMC (Other Non-Residential):

10,806

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

36.6%
$535.71
$459.18

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RESIDENTIAL:

210

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

2.62

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

5.50

1.30

7.15

$3,829

$66

$1,216

$2,613

$1,792

46%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf &


Annual HH Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du

3.96

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

8.31

1.30

10.80

$5,787

$99

$1,824

$3,963

$1,792

121%

6.11

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

12.82

1.30

16.67

$8,930

$153

$2,819

$6,111

$1,792

241%

7.81

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

16.39

1.30

21.31

$11,414

$195

$3,593

$7,821

$1,792

336%

8.76

FL Studies
(NHTS, AHS, Census)

6.62

7.12

FL Studies

100%

n/a

18.38

1.30

23.89

$12,802

$219

$4,035

$8,767

$1,792

389%

2.38

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.85

1.30

5.01

$2,680

$47

$866

$1,814

$1,242

46%

3.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

5.82

1.30

7.57

$4,053

$71

$1,308

$2,745

$1,242

121%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

10.67

1.30

13.87

$7,431

$130

$2,395

$5,036

$1,242

306%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

2.41

1.30

3.13

$1,678

$29

$534

$1,144

$1,242

-8%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

3.64

1.30

4.73

$2,533

$44

$811

$1,722

$1,242

39%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

6.69

1.30

8.70

$4,661

$81

$1,492

$3,169

$1,242

155%

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

100%

n/a

9.31

1.30

12.10

$6,485

$113

$2,082

$4,403

$1,097

301%

100%

n/a

6.76

1.30

8.79

$4,706

$82

$1,511

$3,195

$1,097

191%

Single Family (Detached) - Less than 1,500 sf


Single Family (Detached) - 1,501 to 2,499 sf
Single Family (Detached) - 2,500 sf and greater
Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH
Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

220

222/
223

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition

du
du
du
du

Multi-Family (Apartment); 1-2 Stories

du

6.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income less than 50% SHIP Definition

du

1.49

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

2.25

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

4.14

ITE 9th Edition


(weighted avg)

5.76

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories - Annual HH


Income between 50-80% SHIP Definition
Multi-Family (Apartment); 3+ Stories

230

du

Residential Condominium/Townhouse

du
du
du

5.10
5.10

5.10
5.10
5.10

ITE 9th Edition

5.10

5.60

FL Studies
(LUC 220/230)

4.17

FL Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

100%

n/a

6.08

1.30

7.90

$4,235

$75

$1,382

$2,853

$901

217%

du

2.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.08

3.58

Same as LUC 210

72%

FL Studies

1.58

1.30

2.05

$1,102

$20

$368

$734

n/a

n/a

232

High-Rise Condominium; 3+ Stories

du

4.18

240

Mobile Home Park

du

253

Congregate Care Facility


LODGING:

310

Hotel

room

6.36

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

6.26

6.76

FL Studies

66%

FL Studies

8.33

1.30

10.83

$4,972

$100

$1,842

$3,130

$1,546

103%

311

Hotel; All Suites

room

4.90

ITE 9th Edition

6.26

6.76

Same as LUC 310

66%

Same as LUC 310

6.42

1.30

8.35

$3,831

$77

$1,419

$2,412

$1,082

123%

320

Motel
RECREATION:

room

5.63

ITE 9th Edition

4.34

4.84

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

5.96

1.30

7.75

$3,560

$74

$1,363

$2,197

$1,579

39%

412

General Recreation

acre

2.28

ITE 9th Edition

5.11

5.61

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.32

1.30

4.32

$1,984

$40

$737

$1,247

n/a

n/a

1.62

ITE 9th Edition


(Adjusted)

100%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.36

1.30

3.07

$1,410

$29

$534

$876

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

5.59

1.30

7.27

$3,337

$67

$1,234

$2,103

n/a

n/a

416
420

RV Park

(3)

Marina

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

site
boat berth

2.96

ITE 9th Edition

4.60
6.62

5.10
7.12

Same as LUC 240


Same as LUC 210

D-14

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D4 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RECREATION:
430

Golf Course

hole

35.74

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

67.50

1.30

87.75

$40,294

$805

$14,832

$25,462

$4,272

496%

2.22

2.72

FL Studies

88%

FL Studies

66.04

1.30

85.85

$39,418

$897

$16,527

$22,891

$9,164

150%

444

Movie Theater

screen

106.63

Blend ITE 6th & FL


Studies

492

Health Club
INSTITUTIONS:

1,000 sf

32.93

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

94%

FL Studies

50.53

1.30

65.69

$30,166

$614

$11,313

$18,853

n/a

n/a

520

Elementary School (Private)

student

1.29

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

80%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.41

1.30

1.83

$840

$17

$313

$527

$61

764%

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

1.99

1.30

2.59

$1,186

$25

$461

$725

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.10

1.30

2.73

$1,252

$26

$479

$773

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

3.78

1.30

4.91

$2,255

$45

$829

$1,426

n/a

n/a

522

Middle School (Private)

student

1.62

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

530

High School (Private)

student

1.71

ITE 9th Edition

4.30

4.80

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

540

University/Junior College (7,500 or fewer students)


(Private)

student

2.00

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

550

University/Junior College (more than 7,500 students)


(Private)

560
565
610

Church

1,000 sf

Day Care Center

1,000 sf

Hospital

620

Nursing Home

630

Clinic
OFFICE:
General Office 50,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

(4)

(4)

General Office 50,001-100,000 sq ft


710

student

1.50

ITE Regression Analysis

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.83

1.30

3.68

$1,691

$34

$626

$1,065

n/a

n/a

90%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

10.14

1.30

13.18

$6,051

$127

$2,340

$3,711

$544

582%

73%

FL Studies

33.77

1.30

43.90

$20,156

$466

$8,586

$11,570

$1,500

671%

21.36

1.30

27.77

$12,752

$255

$4,698

$8,054

unit change

n/a

9.11

ITE 9th Edition

3.90

4.40

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

71.88

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.03

2.53

FL Studies

13.22

ITE 9th Edition

6.62

7.12

Same as LUC 210

77%

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

2.59

3.09

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

2.02

1.30

2.63

$1,204

$27

$497

$707

$194

264%

5.10

5.60

FL Studies

93%

FL Studies

49.95

1.30

64.94

$29,815

$608

$11,202

$18,613

$1,880

890%

bed

2.76

1,000 sf

33.22

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies
Blend ITE 9th & FL
Studies

1,000 sf

15.50

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

23.28

1.30

30.26

$16,213

$283

$5,214

$10,999

$3,728

195%

1,000 sf

13.13

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

19.72

1.30

25.64

$13,734

$240

$4,422

$9,312

$2,300

305%

General Office 100,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

11.12

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

16.70

1.30

21.71

$11,631

$203

$3,740

$7,891

$1,958

303%

General Office 200,001-400,000 sq ft

(4)

1,000 sf

9.41

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

14.13

1.30

18.37

$9,843

$172

$3,169

$6,674

$1,958

241%

General Office greater that 400,000 sq ft

1,000 sf

8.54

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

FL Studies

92%

FL Studies

12.83

1.30

16.68

$8,933

$156

$2,874

$6,059

$1,958

209%

715

Single Tenant Office Building

1,000 sf

11.65

ITE 9th equation

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

17.50

1.30

22.75

$12,186

$213

$3,924

$8,262

$2,005

312%

720

Medical Office 10,000 sq ft or less

1,000 sf

23.83

FL Studies

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

37.31

1.30

48.50

$25,986

$451

$8,309

$17,677

$6,262

182%

5.55

6.05

FL Studies

89%

FL Studies

54.37

1.30

70.68

$37,861

$657

$12,105

$25,756

$6,262

311%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

25.90

1.30

33.67

$15,463

$347

$6,393

$9,070

$2,807

223%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

29.18

1.30

37.93

$17,417

$391

$7,204

$10,213

$3,384

202%

(4)

720

Medical Office greater than 10,000 sq ft


RETAIL:

1,000 sf

34.72

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

813

Discount Superstore

1,000 sf

50.82

ITE 9th Edition

815

Discount Store; Free-Standing

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

57.24

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

D-15

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D4 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

RETAIL:
Shopping Center 50,000 sq ft or less

820

(4)

Shopping Center 50,001-200,000 sq ft

(4)

(4)

Shopping Center 200,001-400,000 sq ft

Shopping Center greater than 400,000 sq ft


841

(4)

New/Used Auto Sales

1,000 sfgla

86.56

ITE 9th equation

1.87

2.37

TL Regression

56%

FL Curve

28.73

1.30

37.35

$17,153

$404

$7,443

$9,710

$1,565

520%

1,000 sfgla

53.28

ITE 9th equation

2.40

2.90

TL Regression

67%

FL Curve

27.16

1.30

35.31

$16,212

$364

$6,706

$9,506

$3,181

199%

1,000 sfgla

41.80

ITE 9th equation

2.64

3.14

TL Regression

73%

FL Curve

25.54

1.30

33.20

$15,244

$337

$6,209

$9,035

$5,504

64%

1,000 sfgla

36.27

ITE 9th equation

2.87

3.37

TL Regression

76%

FL Curve

25.08

1.30

32.60

$14,970

$326

$6,006

$8,964

$5,504

63%

28.25

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

4.60

5.10

FL Studies

79%

FL Studies

32.54

1.30

42.30

$19,426

$400

$7,370

$12,056

$4,482

169%

1.51

2.01

FL Studies

28%

FL Studies

103.89

1.30

135.06

$62,015

$1,533

$28,245

$33,770

$7,581

346%

2.40

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

21.31

1.30

27.70

$12,719

$285

$5,251

$7,468

$2,498

199%

2.90

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

67%

Same as LUC 820


(50k-200k sq ft)

15.67

1.30

20.37

$9,354

$210

$3,869

$5,485

$2,095

162%

56%

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

14.95

1.30

19.44

$8,925

$210

$3,869

$5,056

$2,692

88%

1,000 sf

853

Convenience Market w/Gasoline

1,000 sf

775.14

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

857

Discount Club

1,000 sf

41.80

ITE 9th Edition

862
863

Home Improvement Superstore


Electronics Superstore

880/
881

Pharmacy/Drug Store with & without Drive-Thru

890

Furniture Store

912

Bank/Savings Drive-In

1,000 sf

30.74

ITE 9th Edition

2.40

45.04

ITE 9th Edition

1.87

2.37

Same as LUC 820


(50k sq ft or less)

1,000 sf

95.96

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.08

2.58

FL Studies

32%

FL Studies

20.25

1.30

26.33

$12,086

$278

$5,122

$6,964

$5,269

32%

1,000 sf

5.06

ITE 9th Edition

6.09

6.59

FL Studies

54%

FL Studies

5.27

1.30

6.85

$3,149

$63

$1,161

$1,988

$605

229%

159.34

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.46

2.96

FL Studies

46%

FL Studies

57.16

1.30

74.31

$34,119

$762

$14,039

$20,080

$15,850

27%

3.14

3.64

FL Studies

77%

FL Studies

69.82

1.30

90.77

$41,680

$897

$16,527

$25,153

$10,752

134%

1,000 sf

1,000 sf

931

Quality Restaurant

1,000 sf

91.10

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

932

High-Turn Over Restaurant

1,000 sf

116.60

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.17

3.67

FL Studies

71%

FL Studies

83.19

1.30

108.15

$49,659

$1,067

$19,659

$30,000

$7,790

285%

511.00

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.05

2.55

FL Studies

58%

FL Studies

192.60

1.30

250.38

$114,971

$2,655

$48,917

$66,054

$9,389

604%

31.43

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.62

4.12

FL Studies

72%

FL Studies

25.97

1.30

33.76

$15,501

$328

$6,043

$9,458

n/a

n/a

157.33

ITE 9th Edition


(944 & 946 Blend)

1.90

2.40

FL Studies

23%

FL Studies

21.79

1.30

28.33

$13,010

$305

$5,619

$7,391

$1,511

389%

service bay

43.94

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

2.18

2.68

FL Studies

68%

FL Studies

20.65

1.30

26.85

$12,326

$281

$5,177

$7,149

$6,455

11%

934
942
944/
946

Fast Food Restaurant w/Drive-Thru


Automobile Care Center
Gas/Service Station with & without Car Wash

1,000 sf
1,000 sf
fuel pos.

947

Self-Service Car Wash


INDUSTRIAL:

110

General Light Industrial

1,000 sf

6.97

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

10.47

1.30

13.61

$7,291

$127

$2,340

$4,951

$1,208

310%

120

General Heavy Industrial

1,000 sf

1.50

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

2.25

1.30

2.93

$1,569

$27

$497

$1,072

$1,162

-8%

140

Manufacturing

1,000 sf

3.82

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.74

1.30

7.46

$3,996

$70

$1,290

$2,706

$1,162

133%

150

Warehousing

1,000 sf

3.56

ITE 9th Edition

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

92%

Same as LUC 710

5.35

1.30

6.96

$3,724

$65

$1,198

$2,526

$860

194%

2.15

Blend ITE 9th & FL


Studies

3.60

FL Studies
(Pinellas County)

92%

Same as LUC 710

1.94

1.30

2.52

$1,354

$25

$461

$893

$433

106%

151

Mini-Warehouse

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

1,000 sf

3.10

D-16

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

DRAFT
Table D4 (continued)
Mobility Fee Schedule Rural Area; % Sales Tax
ITE LUC

Land Use

Unit

Trip Rate

Trip Rate Source

Assessable Trip
Length

Total Trip
Length

Trip Length Source

5.15

5.65

Same as LUC 710

Percent
New Trips

% New Trips Source

92%

Same as LUC 710

(1)

Net VMT

PersonTrip
Factor

Net PMT

1.30

3.28

Total
Mobility Cost

Annual
Gas Tax

Gas Tax
Credit

Net
Mobility Fee

$1,757

$31

$571

$1,186

Current
Impact Fee
(2)

Zone 7

%
Change

INDUSTRIAL:
152

1)
2)
3)
4)

High-Cube Warehouse

1,000 sf

1.68

ITE 9th Edition

2.52

n/a

n/a

Net VMT calculated as ((Trip Generation Rate* Trip Length* % New Trips)*(1-Interstate/Toll Facility Adjustment Factor)/2). This reflects the unit of vehicle miles of capacity consumed per unit of development and is multiplied by the cost per vehicle
Source: Hillsborough County Department of Development Services; Fees shown for Zone 7
The ITE 9th Edition trip generation rate was adjusted to reflect the average occupancy rate of 60 percent based on data provided by the Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds
The trip generation rates recommended for the offices and shopping centers use the end-point regression value

Tindale Oliver
March 2016

D-17

Hillsborough County
Mobility Fee Study

IMPACT FEE OFFSET ACCOUNTS


(2/11/2016)

No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

OFFSET (CREDIT) ACCOUNT


KINGSWAY PLAZA ASSOCIATES ZONE 4
GARRISON DEVELOPER GROUP - ZONE 8
PROGRESS BOULEVARD II, LTD- TRANS ZONE 8
AMPROP ASSOC-ZONE 1
MERITAGE HOMES OF FLORIDA, INC - ZONE 7,8,9
BLOOMINGDALE PT CC-SUAREZ HOUSING
THE RYLAND GROUP, INC -ZONE 6
CHRISTINA WOODS APARTMENTS, LTD
THE OASIS AT BRANDON LLC - ZONE 7
IRIS CROSSTOWN APARTMENTS, LLC - ZONE 7
GCT CRESCENT CROSSTOWN FL VENTURE, LLC - ZONE 7
STERLING RANCH-FLORIDA LAND CORP.
LITHIA OAKWOOD ZONE 7
IH BRANDON HOMES ZONE 8
THE RYLAND GROUP - ZONE 8
C.E. SPRINGER-ROW
CLADCO DEVELOPMENT CO
SR DEVELOPMENT-ZONE 7
CARROLLWOOD COMMONS
BRENTWOOD HILLS - ZONE 7
BELLEAIR DEVELOPMENT GROUP, INC - ZONE 7
WAWA - ZONE 10
SELS REAL ESTATE, LLC
LIVE OAK COMMERCIAL LLC
THOMASON-ZONE 2
PROVIDENCE LAKES SUAREZ HSG
PRESIDENTS PLAZA
MILLENNIUM CENTER-ZONE 7
CRISTINA PROJECT
FRG - ZONE 8
RYLAND GROUP-ZONE 1
American Heritage USA Zone 7
CLASSIC TOWNHOMES - ZONE 1
MI HOMES OF TAMPA - ZONE 7, 8, 9
CAY RACETRACK, LLC& GAN RACETRACK, LLC
KEYSTONE CROSSINGS-RESIDENTIAL
MICHAEL AUGUSTINE
BLOOMINGDALE HILLS SEC. A, UNIT 2
SHURGARD-BRANDON JOINT VEN. #7 ZONE
RIVERHLLS CHURCH OF GOD
VAN DYKE FARMS SHANNON PROP
WINDHORST VILLAGE
BUCKHORN-FAIRWAY RIDGE
FLORIDA RESOURCE GROUP, LLC

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BALANCE
0.02
0.06
0.08
0.39
0.72
0.76
0.78
1.08
2.60
3.42
3.44
9.71
20.00
25.21
34.60
55.49
68.32
71.61
75.85
76.85
87.55
99.00
146.82
159.78
166.24
197.89
204.10
209.35
276.80
296.47
376.19
378.24
387.94
395.04
398.31
425.44
457.86
458.20
473.93
490.86
518.03
555.88
577.41
606.16

ZONE
4
8
8
1
789
7
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
8
8
4
4
7
10
7
7
10
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2
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10
7
7
8
1
7
1
789
1
1
7
7
7
4
1
4
7
789

IMPACT FEE OFFSET ACCOUNTS


(2/11/2016)

45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89

ROCKY POND Z 1 T & R/W


CIRCLE K STORES INC - ZONE 7
MACDILL CREDIT UNION-ZONE 7
JOINT VENTURE ZONE 1
MILLENIUM CENTER CONST.ZONE 7
DR HORTON INC - ZONE 8
KINGSWAY OAKS
TC VENTURE I, LLC - TRANS ZONE 7,8,9
RANCH ROAD GROVES PARTNERSHIP
VICTORY CENTER OF RIVERVIEW LLC
CENTEX HOMES
THE GRAHAM GROUP
SHOPPES AT LITHIA-ZONE 7
HAMILTON ENGINEERING & SURVEYING
EASTGROUP PROPERTIES-ZONE 7
HERITAGE STATION ZONE 1 TRANSPORTATION
LEN-HAWKS - TRANS ZONE 9
THE RYLAND GROUP, INC WATERSTONE- ZONE 8
COUNTRYWAY-ZONE 10-COMMERCIAL
ZONES 1 & 1A - CITRUS PARK MALL
SPRINGS AT BLOOMINGDALE-ZONE 7
MORRISON HOMES - ZONE 8
BLOOMINGDALE PLAT AA/GG MACRIELY HOM
DUKE REALTY - ZONE 10 TRANSPORTATION
MITCH BURLEY CONSTRUCTION
RYLAND GROUP ZONE 7
TAYLOR WOODROW-ZONE 1
PANTHER TRACE ZONE 7 RIGHT-OF-WAY
STANDARD PACIFIC OF TAMPA - TRANSPORTATION
GRANT HOMES INC.
GLENHAVEN PLAZA
LENNAR PAVILION-ZONE 8
CENTREPLEX DEVELOPMENT CORP ZONE 1
CANTERBURY LAKES - STAR 101 DEVELOP
APPLE,G.J. - BENT TREE Z 7
KHAN BOYETTE ZONE 7
KEVINE. HOWELL, JR. CBC, LLC
FAIRWAY RIDGE - DEVCO DEV
LIFELINK FOUNDATION, INC - TRANS Z7
EASTWOOD COMMERCE CENTER
THE RYLAND GROUP, INC - ZONE 2
CROSSTOWN STOR-N-MOR
FISHHAWK - BOYETTE RD. ZONE 7
ST. MATTHEWS ANGLICAN CHURCH
PLANTATION - PLUTE TP ZONE 1

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644.23
645.67
700.00
744.16
807.14
812.39
849.00
940.90
941.30
1,059.70
1,155.12
1,201.22
1,264.63
1,323.84
1,380.61
1,431.61
1,492.96
1,524.40
1,575.45
1,642.40
1,654.12
1,674.94
1,717.64
1,720.43
1,737.13
1,769.08
1,789.55
1,792.10
1,792.20
1,793.14
1,841.97
1,918.72
2,003.11
2,059.97
2,077.97
2,138.09
2,450.58
2,616.40
2,620.31
2,840.79
2,970.90
3,162.01
3,232.53
3,500.00
3,651.59

1
7
7
1
7
8
7
789
7
789
8
1
7
7
7
1
9
8
10
1
7
8
7
10
7
7
1
7
7
4
7
8
1
8
7
7
1
7
7
4
2
8
7
7
1

IMPACT FEE OFFSET ACCOUNTS


(2/11/2016)

90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134

SUN CITY CENTER - ROW


LAKEWOOD BRANDON APTS ZONE 7
NVR, INC. - Z8
PARKLAND EAST-ROW
DUKE-WEEKS CORP-ZONE 4
TWIN OAKS TOWNHOUSES
WOODLAND VILLAGE APARTMENTS
MISTY GLEN TRANSPORTATION ZONE 4
SOUTHTRUST - ZONE 1
ZP NO. 59 LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
SEMBLER-RETAIL-ZONE1
CIRCLE K STORES INC - ZONE 1
J.J.L. DEVELOPMENT, INC.
MENDEZ, CHARLES
PLANTATION - PLUTE R/W ZONE 1
THE SEMBLER COMPANY
VALRICO VILLAGE/RODRIGUEZ-HOFF
AMPROP ASSOCIATES III-ZONE 1
KINGS LAKE LLC
BROOKWOOD CM PROPERTIES OF FLORIDA
WESTBROOK PEBBLE CREEK LP T&R
EAGLE WATCH/SHIMBERG CROSS
REGENT TAMPA ZONE 1
BLOOMINGDALE/BELL SHOALS SHOPPING
GK HIGHLAND PARL, LLC
USODP CROSSTOWN, LLC - ZONE 7
DIAMOND HILLS-ZONE4
LAKE MAGDALENE WOODS
RIVER VUSTA SUBDIVISION T&R
KRAFT INC
SUN CITY CENTER SENIOR CARE LIVING III, LLC - Z7
Nohl Crest Homes-Zone 1
DUKE REALTY
CARDEL MASTER BUILDERS - TRANS ZONE 6
BRANDON PARKWAY, LLC FOR TRANSP FEES ZONE 7
SUAREZ HOUSING CORPORTAION
CAY LYNMAR, LLC - ZONE 1
SASIKALA, LLC - ZONE 7
BEAZER HOMES CORP - ZONE 9
THE RYLAND GROUP, INC (2) - ZONE 7, 8, 9
THE AVENUE AT WESTCHASE, LLC
BURKE PROPERTY 78TH ST
ALPHA HOMES- ZONE 7
GIUNTA GROUP ZONE 1
M/I HOMES OF TAMPA, LLC

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3,756.06
3,757.12
3,847.64
3,911.64
3,931.18
4,081.60
4,220.48
4,509.18
4,567.83
4,649.46
4,739.92
4,812.42
4,877.32
5,000.00
5,095.04
5,301.00
5,355.00
5,370.03
5,752.46
6,334.03
6,407.48
6,432.68
6,498.37
6,883.89
7,005.43
7,156.33
7,218.18
7,244.00
8,196.08
8,266.31
8,675.00
8,716.97
9,121.37
9,455.26
9,530.35
9,618.90
9,837.76
9,925.43
10,454.68
10,752.60
10,916.38
11,024.01
11,083.00
11,270.34
11,879.68

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1
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789
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1
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IMPACT FEE OFFSET ACCOUNTS


(2/11/2016)

135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179

PARSONS OAKS
DUKE - FAIRFIELD
WATERFORD CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
FRANKLIN-ZONE 4
BRANDON CROSSINGS-ZONE 7
THE RYLAND GROUP, INC - ZONE 7
COLWELL AVENUE PROPERTIES V - TRANS ZONE 1
FALKENBURG PARTNERS ZONE 7
CARRIAGE POINTE PARTNERS, LLC - Z8
LAKE BRANDON CTR - ZONE 7
STORAGEWORLD PROPERTIES ZONE 7
BAYVILLA DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC
LUTZ PROF. CTR. T & ROW Z1
SHELDON ROAD PROFESSIONAL CENTER - ZONE 10
NAUI WORLDWIDE HEADQUARTERS
RIVER SPRINGS LLC - ZONE 6
NCJ INVESTMENTS
NORTH LAKEWOOD ZONE 4 T & R
PROVIDENCE LAKES - CENTEX T&R
METRO DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC - ZONE 7
TOWN CENTER DRIVE LLC - Z7
PRATTS & PRATTS LLC - ZONE 10
CORNER PROPERTIES TAMPA BAY LLC - ZONE 6
CONNERSTONE PROP/PWH EQUIP Z-8
DF&R OPERATING COMPANY
CALUSA TRACE - TRANS & ROW
HIGH REACH COMPANY
CROSS CREEK/WALKER DE. T & ROW
SMITH LAND - ZONE 8
HOMES BY WEST BAY - TRANS ZONE 7 8 9
BLOOMINGDALE OAKS
ZONE 7
BW DALE MABRY FLOYD, LLC - Z 1
CIMINELLI DEV. CO. T&R
TMT RETIREMENT FUND, LLC - Z 7,8,9
301 CONEGROVE, LLC
M/I HOMES OF TAMPA, LLC
LENNAR HOMES- ZONE 2
MERITAGE HOMES OF FLORIDA - ZONE 7
CYPRESS TRACE ASSOC. ZONE 7
CITRUS PARK SELF-STORAGE
PP MAINSAIL LP - TRANSPORTATION
METRO DEVELOPMENT GROUP - ZONE 7, 8, 9
RACETRAC PETROLEUM, INC.
TWC EIGHTY-FOUR,LTD ZONE 8
DR HORTON - ZONE 4

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12,102.80
12,506.31
12,507.16
13,763.67
14,173.18
14,336.80
14,622.76
14,633.29
14,762.20
14,885.45
15,000.00
15,876.20
16,000.00
16,000.00
16,646.75
16,928.53
17,210.96
17,500.00
18,020.89
18,053.50
18,439.18
18,524.09
18,844.00
19,362.45
20,548.39
20,847.21
21,600.00
21,934.63
22,380.39
23,297.30
23,600.00
23,764.05
24,745.45
25,089.40
26,718.85
27,385.50
27,390.26
27,810.80
29,078.16
29,301.11
30,416.05
31,352.16
31,536.48
33,995.43
34,000.00

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1
4
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6
10
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7
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789
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1
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789
1
2
7
7
1
10
789
1
8
4

IMPACT FEE OFFSET ACCOUNTS


(2/11/2016)

180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224

ASHLEY FURNITURE INDUSTRIES, INC - Z 4


HUPP & BRACIAK-ZONE 7
BLOOMINGDALE COMMERCIAL CENTER
SCHWENK PROPERTIES - AKA RHO GROUP, LLC - ZONE 7
LAKE KATHY , LTD. TRANSP & RW ,ZONE 4
BRANDON MINI-J.R.S, EQUI Z-7
CORPOREX DRI
ZONE 4
CK HOLDINGS OF TAMPA, LLC - ZONE 7
MI HOMES OF TAMPA LLC - ZONE 7
MAINSAIL SUNFOREST ZONE 10
COBALT-CLW NEW TAMPA, LLC
TWC TWO LLC
MARKET AT FISH HAWK RANCH
CARTER-SUNFOREST ZONE 10
SILVERMILL PHASE I
301 TAMPA LLC - ZONE 8
CARDANELL FARMS ZONE 7
GARCIA PROVIDENCE ZONE 7
WILLIAM RYAN HOMES - ZONE 7
ARVIDA/JMB PARTNERS/T & R
6771 MADISON, LLC - ZONE 8
CAPITAL ONE SERVICES ZONE 10
OLDE TIMES SQUARE TRANS *& ROW
THORNTONS INC - ZONE 10
COVINGTON PROFESSION PARK
RHODINE ROAD INVESTMENTS, LLC - ZONE7
MR. DONALD STUUBE
GIBSONTON AND 301, LLC
CARDEL MASTER BUILDERS - TRANS ZONE 9
SUNRISE HOMES INC.
DAVID WEEKLEY HOMES
FIFTH THIRD BANK - ZONE 10
GARRISON CHANNEL TRUST
KINGS MILL COMMERIAL - ZONE 4 & 7
BELL SQUARE ASSOCIATES ZONE 7 T & R
THE RYLAND GROUP, INC - ZONE 7, 8, 9
BLOOMINGDALE LITHIA LLC - ZONE 7
RSP IV CRITERION LTD
TAMPA INTERSTATE PART. - ZONE 7
PRIMROSE SCHOOL - TRANS ZONE 7
RETIREMENT FUND PROPERTIES - ZONE 4
KEN VONTZ
VAUGHN FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP -Z4
ALBERTSON'S INC.
BLOOMINGDALE PARTNERS, LLC

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34,000.00
35,835.91
36,000.00
36,226.00
36,614.47
37,465.67
37,839.04
37,920.71
38,041.36
40,000.00
41,385.97
41,453.48
43,857.74
44,000.00
46,200.00
46,697.10
48,000.00
51,632.69
54,804.27
55,392.20
55,511.00
55,710.37
56,167.87
56,476.80
57,996.89
58,500.00
60,000.00
61,099.94
61,211.36
62,266.00
64,247.50
65,972.49
65,974.58
66,210.71
67,839.65
69,753.96
69,779.21
70,373.04
70,769.10
71,957.05
72,128.01
73,626.62
74,431.00
77,925.80
80,933.93

4
7
7
7
4
7
4
7
7
10
2
4
6
10
10
8
7
7
7
7
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7
10
10
7
8
8
9
4
7
10
1
47
7
789
7
4
7
7
4
4
4
1
7

IMPACT FEE OFFSET ACCOUNTS


(2/11/2016)

225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269

WAWA - ZONE 4
ALLIANT FOODSERVICE-ZONE4
VOCA REALTY-ZONE 7
LANG ENVIRONMENTAL
CAM - B - ZONE 10
RIVERVIEW LAND COMPANY LLC - ZONE 7, 8, 9
COCA COLA/SABAL PARK
REDUS TRG - TRANS ZONE 7
CROSSTOWN OWNER LLC - ZONE 7
LGI- ZONE 7,8,9
REDCAST BLOOMINGDALE, LLC -TRANS ZONE 7
TAYLOR MORRISON HOMES
BRANDON BAY PROPERTIES T-R/W Z-7
ALBERTSON'S SHOPPING CENTER-LITHMILL
WATERFORD CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
RIVERVIEW LAKES INVESTMENTS, LLC - TRANS 7,8, 9
ST. JOHN FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
LENNAR HOMES - TRANSPORTATION ZONE 7
MCDONALD'S USA, LLC
WATERFORD DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION
PULTE-ZONE 7
RYLAND GROUP INC - ENCLAVE AT RAMBLE CREEK - ZONE 7
TOPGOLF USA BRANDON, LLC - ZONE 7
TAMPA CROSSROADS
KB HOME - ZONE 7
MINTO COMMUNITIES, LLC
PUBLIX WINTHROP ZONE 7
EASTGROUP PROPERTIES-ZONE 8
ASHTON TAMPA RESIDENTIAL, LLC - ZONE 10
NNP II - ZONE 1
NNPIV LAKE HUTTO - TRANS ZONE 8
KRG/PRP OLDSMAR, LLC- ZONE 10
ARLINGTON PROPERTIES, INC - ZONE 1
METRO DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC - Z7
KB HOME TAMPA, LLC - ZONE 7,8,9
CAMDEN WESTCHASE - ZONE 1
PULTE HOMES - THE HIGHLANDS/STARLING OAKS - Z7
JEN FLORIDA IX LLC - ZONE 7
SABAL HIGHWOODS/FORSYTH LIMITED T&R
PROGRESSIVE CASUALTY INS. CO. T&ROW
ATLANTIC HOMESTEAD VILLAGE INC.
PARSONS RUN PHASE II
BGB BRANDON LLC - ZONE 7
HEALTHTRUST OPTIONS, LLC - ZONE7
SOHO CAPTIAL LLC - TRANS ZONE 7, 8, 9

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$

81,056.55
84,310.69
93,930.00
94,366.63
94,783.66
95,989.42
97,315.00
100,000.00
107,725.11
108,999.78
112,430.06
113,150.10
113,801.10
115,309.89
127,325.35
128,843.12
129,547.84
130,823.30
141,058.56
148,520.68
152,720.93
155,937.27
158,015.88
158,266.22
161,593.54
164,645.36
165,688.18
169,014.28
177,460.11
182,445.17
182,811.45
184,066.27
186,342.00
194,341.82
200,000.00
204,753.72
215,052.00
215,171.30
220,272.15
223,128.33
223,169.16
225,853.86
240,858.76
245,915.21
258,589.71

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4
7
7
10
789
4
7
7
789
7
7
7
7
1
789
8
7
9
1
7
7
7
4
7
789
7
8
10
1
8
10
1
7
789
1
7
7
4
7
10
7
7
7
789

IMPACT FEE OFFSET ACCOUNTS


(2/11/2016)

270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314

BIG BEND MEDICAL PARK, LLC


LENNAR-CENTRAL FLORIDA DIVISION
NEW LITHIA CROSSINGS LLC ZONE7
IDI GAZELEY - Z8
A WILLING SELLER LLC - ZONE 7
THE TRUST AT GORNTO LAKE T&R
DEAN J. PATTERSON
LIBERTY PROPERTY TRUST-ZONE 10
FIRSTPARK @ BRANDON ZONE 7
US REAL ESTATE LIMITED PARTNERSHIP - ZONE 7
CG LAND INVESTMENTS, LLC - ZONE 8
HARDY H. HUNTLEY - ZONE 1 TRANS
VILLIAGES OF BLOOMINGDALE - TRANS ZONE 7
ALTA MAGNOLIA, LP- Z8
BRANDON PAVILION 2, LTD (ADLER) - TRANS ZONE 8
KB HOME OF TAMPA, LLC
MATTAMY TAMPA, LLC - ZONE 789
SUN PLAZA I, LTD - ZONE 7,8,9
FLORIDA CROSSROADS,INC.TRAN.&ROW
DIADEM, LLC
WAL-MART
TAYLOR MORRISON OF FLORIDA INC
HEATHER LAKES U.S.HOMES Z 7 T & R
BEAZER HOMES CORP - ZONE 7
FHSC REAL PROPERTY HOLDING COMPANY, LLC - Z7
SOHO COWLEY ROAD, LLC - ZONE 7,8,9
CITICORP NORTH AMERICA, INC. - TRANS - ZONE 4
SOUTHFORK EAST PROPERTIES, LLC - ZONE 7
CITRUS PARK VENTURE
KAZBOUR PROPERTIES INC - ZONE 7, 8, 9
FLORIDA CAPITAL REAL ESTATE PARTNERS 27, LTD
HBWB DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, LLC - ZONE 7
LAXER FAMILY LTD PARTNERSHIP - Z 10
BRANDON SHOPPING CENTER PARTNERS, LTD - ZONE 7
FLORIDA CROSSROADS, LTD - ZONE 7
SLHC, INC - ZONE 7,8,9
LOWE'S HOME CENTERS, INC.
NEWLAND NATIONAL PARTNERS II, LLC - ZONE 7
GL HOMES VALENCIA LAKES-ZONE 7, 8, 9
CRESCENT RESOURCES - ZONE 8
JOHN FALKNER US301 POND 13 - TRANS ZONE 9
DIOCESE OF ST. PETERSBURG, ZONE 9 - DEBARTOLO
WINTHROP - ZONE 7
WAL-MART STORES EAST, LP- ZONE 1
OK RHODINE ROAD LLC - ZONE 7,8,9

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$
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$

260,624.02
265,036.62
276,847.24
277,100.00
279,392.96
280,658.00
300,000.00
305,662.95
308,256.30
321,697.42
341,960.34
360,000.00
382,742.56
389,168.84
395,521.89
403,822.42
405,014.60
409,663.13
425,000.00
442,836.81
465,354.94
468,474.49
469,709.56
480,232.90
559,241.85
616,311.10
623,870.00
624,282.79
636,749.69
668,044.29
703,855.19
723,143.71
727,776.66
856,172.52
873,385.00
885,085.11
892,774.31
946,302.00
1,117,086.18
1,148,923.31
1,165,000.00
1,193,953.86
1,206,969.75
1,251,257.21
1,374,984.98

8
789
7
8
7
7
10
10
7
7
8
1
7
8
8
789
789
789
7
8
9
6
7
7
7
789
4
7
1
8
8
7
10
7
7
789
8
7
789
8
9
9
7
1
789

IMPACT FEE OFFSET ACCOUNTS


(2/11/2016)

315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329

LNR REFSG HOLDINGS, LLC - ZONE 8


LIBERTY PROPERTY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
MAXCY DEVELOPMENT GROUP
I-75/PALM RIVER ROAD LLC - ZONE 7
HOME DEPOT BLOOMINGDALE ZONE 7
JOHN FAULKER - DG FARMS- WALMART
BEBO HOLDINGS LLC
NNP SOUTHBEND II, LLC
HIGHLAND CASSIDY, LLC & RUSSELL SHABLA, LLC Z- 7,8,9
BELMONT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT - ZONE 9
Boyette Fishhawk-Zone 6
PULTE HOMES MAGNOLIA PARK - TRANS ZONE 8
SOUTHSHORE CORPORATE PARK - TRANS Z9
LENNAR HOMES LLC SUNSHINE VILLAGE - ZONE 9
NNP IV LAKE HUTTO- ZONE 6
TOTAL

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1,659,647.83
1,675,875.56
1,906,402.85
1,920,786.52
2,204,334.94
2,260,000.00
2,568,035.67
2,583,812.10
2,829,007.41
3,781,452.88
4,640,403.81
4,853,243.97
5,222,990.31
7,124,559.54
7,778,540.35
91,437,058.41

8
7
8
7
7
9
7
9
789
9
6
8
9
9
6

PROPORTIONATE SHARE AGREEMENTS

No.
Name
Thorntons_SR60-Lithia
Pinecrest Rd
1
2 Thorntons_Progress Blvd-US301
3 Thorntons_Gunn Hwy-Linebaugh Rd
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30

Westfield; Brandon Town Center expansion


Waters/Himes Shopping Ctr_Health Fitness
Ctr (Argate)
Waters Ave Charter School (MG3 Developer
Group, LLC)
Thorntons_Hillsborough Av-George Rd
WalMart Store
Tampa Charter HS (MG3 Valrico LLC)
Madison Park of Commerce (Eastgroup
Properties, LLC)
Trillium CNG Station (Madison LLC)
Camping World - Dover (emerald Coast RV
Centers, LLC)
Broadway Centre (Ashley Furniture)
South County Bullfrog Creek YMCA
Lakeshore Catholic Elem School (Diocese of
St Petersburg)
Bloomingdale Mixed Use (Red Cast)
Bullfrog Creek Townhomes
WaWa - Bloomingdale - Lithia Pinecrest
(Bloomingdale Lithia LLC)
Lithia Crossings Fresh Market (KRG Lithia,
LLC)
Madison Industrial Park - Bldgs B,C,D
(Industrial Developments Inc)
Bullfrog Creek Subdivision (Envirodev)
Symmes Rd Subdivision - North & South
Hartsfield Commons
Valrico Station - Phase II
Lodato Mixed Use (Beazer Homes)
Watson Rd Residential/Riverleaf (Meritage
Homes of Florida, Inc.)
Radiant Oil Company - Orient Rd
Carriage Pointe - Phase II
Westlake Townhomes (M/I Homes Thomas Property)
Shetland Ridge Subdivision

Built(B)/ Under
Construction
(UC)/ Not
Built(N)

Residential(R)/NonRes(N) /Mixed (M)

B
B
B

N
N
N

$34,000
$34,000
$79,102

$378,738

$509,052

B
B
B
B

N
N
N
N

$213,449
$70,596
$1,770,035
$82,051

N
B

N
N

$140,576
$34,000

N
B
B

N
N
N

$34,000
$34,000
$192,988

N
UC
N

N
M
R

$36,458

$34,000

B
N

N
R

$277,100
$56,316

N
N
B
B

R
R
R
M

$34,000
$34,000

B
B
UC

R
N
R

$34,000
$34,000
$287,498

B
B

R
R

$82,400
$34,000

Amount

pulled
$564,196
$48,421

PROPORTIONATE SHARE AGREEMENTS


Built(B)/ Under
Construction
(UC)/ Not
Built(N)

Residential(R)/NonRes(N) /Mixed (M)

$34,000

$49,333

UC

$50,860

B
N
N
N
B
B

$123,948

$34,000
$34,000
$36,226
$34,000

B
N

N
R

$34,000
$34,000

$34,000

43

Culver's Restaurant (4200 Nebraska LLC)


Sheldon Road (Taylor Morrison)
Bloomingdale / John Moore Shopping
Center Parcel A (LSREF2 Gator LLC)
Bloomingdale / John Moore Shopping
Center Parcel B (LSREF2 Gator LLC)

$34,000

44
45

Gornto Lake Subdivision (Meritage Homes)


Circle K

UC
UC

R
N

$37,000
$34,000

46

Charleston Landings II (Urisha Holdings)


Tampa Hauling (Progressive Waste Systems
of FL/IESI CorP)
Race Trac 638
Geraci Single Family (Van Dyke Residential
or Standard Pacific Res)
Old Memorial Estates Phase 3 (Taylor
Morrison)
Circle K (Bloomindale @ Watson)
Towncenter Daycare
SCHC (Suncoast Community Health Centers,
Inc)
Carrollwood Crossings (Gauge Line
Development Group, LLC)
Marketplace at Citrus Park (M&M Tampa
Citrus Park LLC)
Hidden Oaks Estates (Lennar Homes)

UC

$38,950

B
B

$34,000
34,000

UC

34,000

B
UC
B

R
N
N

34,000
34,000
34,000

UC

34,000

34,000

UC
N

52,145
34,000

No.
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56

Name
Cabot US Hwy 301 Warehouse (Cabot IV
FL4M01, LLC)
Aprile-Estuary Final Phase
Riverview Meadows - Phase II (Tucker JV
LLC)
Mother Teresa School & John Paul II Youth
Center (Diocese of St Petersburg)
Talavera Subdivision
Dickman Parcel (Pulte/Centex)
Ballantrae (Schwenk Properties, LLC)
Broadway Centre Townhomes

Amount

PROPORTIONATE SHARE AGREEMENTS

No.
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65

66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82

Name
Fern Hill Phase 1A & 1B (Eisenhower
Property Group)
Jefferson Estates
Starling Oaks (Pulte Homes)
Eola Capital LLC
Haven Student Housing
Dale Mabry Retail Center (BW Dale Mabry
Floyd LLC)
Vaughn Family (SR 60 & Lakewood Dr)
Escape Theater
Gibsonton Square Movie Theater
(Gibsonton Retail Holdings LLC)
14202 N 42nd St Housing (USF Home Run
Student Housing)(CA Student Living Tampa
Property Owner LLC)
Lodge at Idlewild (Abundant Life Family
Trust; Edward Atzenhoefer)
Keystone Prep High School
Highlands (D.R. Horton)
Wawa; Fletcher & Livingston (BW Fletcher
Livingston LLC)
Publix at Southshore Village (1941
Development LLC)
Zambito Property (Taylor Morrison)
Duke - Big Bend Distribution Center (Duke
Realty LP)
Tapestry at Lake Park Apts (Geraci Land
Acquisition, LLC)
Carriage Pointe - Phase II (Carriage Pointe
Partners, LLC)
Circle K - Gibsonton
Twin Creek Senior Living FKA River Springs
ALF (Lithia Assisted Living LLC)
Keene Subdivision (First Tampa
Development Corporation)
Northgate KB Homes
Valrico Station Phase III
SWC Big Bend at Lincoln (Thornton's)
Gibsonton Dr Mixed Use at Park Place (res
phase)

Built(B)/ Under
Construction
(UC)/ Not
Built(N)

Residential(R)/NonRes(N) /Mixed (M)

Amount

UC
UC
UC
N
UC

52,684
34,000
34,000

34,000

B
UC
N

N
N
N

34,000
72,431

34,000

34,000

B
B
N

M
N
R

34,000
34,000
34,000

34,000

N
UC

34,000
34,000

102,000

34,000

UC
N

R
N

34,000
34,000

34,000

N
N
UC
UC

R
R
R
N

34,000
34,000
34,000
34,000

34,000

PROPORTIONATE SHARE AGREEMENTS

No.

83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104

Name
Burger King Hillsborough and Staley (Staley
Drive Assoc, LLC) (BravoTampa LLC)
ACE Hardware of Bloomingdale
(Summerfield Designs, LLC)
Freedom Ridge (KB Home)
Brandon Palms Apts (Blue Brandon Palms
LLS)
Geraci - (Pulte Home Corporation)
Wawa Northdale (Up Development - Dale
Mabry LLC)
Copeland Rd
Wawa Dale Mabry Waters
Medford Lakes
Circle K US 41/19th Ave (Circle K Stores
Inc.)
Race Trac #1025 US 301 & Riverview
North Dale Mabry Academy
Citrus Park Charter School (School Property
Development Tampa, LLC)
Progress Park Mini-Storage
Tampa Park of Commerce
Southgate
South Fork
Mirabella
County Line Rd Private School
The Rivas Clinic
Bloomingdale & Watson
Zaxby's Gibsonton

Built(B)/ Under
Construction
(UC)/ Not
Built(N)

Residential(R)/NonRes(N) /Mixed (M)

34,000

N
N

N
R

34,000
34,000

N
UC

R
R

34,000
34,000

UC
N
N
N

N
R
N
R

34,000

N
N
N

N
N
N

34,000
34,000
44,625

N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N

N
N
N
R
R
R
N
N
N
N

34,000
34,000
34,000
34,000
34,000
34,000
34,000
34,000
34,000
34,000

TOTAL

Amount

34,000
34,000

$7,829,178

DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL IMPACT (DRI'S)


PROJECT NAME

LAND USE/
MEASURE

TOTAL APPROVED
AMOUNT

SPECIFIC
APPROVED
AMOUNT

DURING RPT. YR.

CUMUL. DEVT43

Remaning Entitlements

Apollo Beach/ Phase 1

Total Acres Residential


(#) Commercial (GSF)
Office
(GSF) Marina
(Slips)

3,100
2,429
870,464
140,000
86

ALL

Not
Available

1,495
399,376
28,306
N/A

934 residential
471,088 commercial
111,694 sf office
86
slips

73

Summerfield Crossings

Total Acres Residential/SF


(#) Residential/TH (#)
Residential/MF (#)
Res./Retirement (#)
Retail/Regnl (GSF)
Retail/Comty (GSF)
Retail/Nghbd (GSF)
Office/Tech (GSF) Medical
(GSF)

1,886
3,70984
33584
0
105
760,000
278,800
182,000
568,800
55,83284

3,70984
33584
0
105
380,000
278,800
152,000
280,000
55,83284

49
0
0
0
36,426
108,527
0
0
0

3,092
335
0
105
332,584
131,313
50,442
4,600
0

617 residential 296,191


retail 275,400 sf office
55,832 medical

84

Westchase (fka
Thomas Ranch)

Total Acres Residential


(#) Retail
(GSF)
Office
(GSF) Day
Care
(GSF)

1,451
3,650
349,000
240,000
0

ALL

0
0
0
0

3,546
78,315
49,205
13,520

104 residential
270,685 sf retail
177,275 sf office

98

Sabal Center

Total Acres Office/R&D


(GSF) Retail
(GSF)
Hotel
(Rooms)

195
3,267,000
150,000
1,000

1,737,000
150,000
265

0
0
0

1,288,850
0
265

448,150 sf office
150,000 sf retail

Sunforest

Total Acres
Office (GSF)
Retail
(GSF)
Hotel (Rooms)
Hotel (Suites) Voc./Trade
(GSF) Restaurant (GSF)
Apartments
(#)

58
804,721
20,000
100
053
130,00053
8,000
67853

361,454
20,000
0
053
130,00053
8,000
67853

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

182,506
0
0
360
130,000
0
318

178,948 sf office 20,000


sf retail 8,000 sf
retaurant

106

Corporex

Total Acres
Service Ctr. (GSF) Industrial
(GSF)
Office (GSF)
Retail
(GSF)
Hotel
(Rms.)

99
94,000
520,000
293,500
32,000
250

ALL

0
0
0
0
0

94,000
336,920
143,500
0
98

183,080 sf industrial
150,000 sf office
32,000 sf retail
152
room hotel

115

Woodland Corporate
Center

Total Acres
Office
(GSF)
Industrial
(GSF)

183
811,000
268,950

ALL

0
0

781,050
268,950

29,950 sf office

Regency Park North

Total Acres
Office (GSF)
Residential/MF (#) Retail
(GSF)
Hotel
(Rms.)
{R/D
(GSF)}13

120
623,005
565
50,000
392
0

ALL

0
0
0
0
0

410,666
360
0
392
0

212,339 office
205
residential 50,000 sf
retail

DRI
#

59

105

131

121

Tampa Triangle

Total Acres
Office
(GSF)
Svc.
Center (GSF) Retail (GSF)
Residential/MF (#)

145

Southbend

Total Acres Industrial


(GSF) Retail
(GSF)
Office
(GSF) Service
Ctr. (GSF) Residential/SF
(#) Residential/MF (#)
Residential/TH (#) Hotel
(Rooms)

148

The Pavilion
(fka Lumsden/301)

Total Acres Res./MF


(#) Res./SF
(#)
Retail
(GSF) Office
(GSF)

151

Crosstown Center
(fka Lake Fair Mall)

Total Acres
Office (GSF)
Retail
(GSF)
Hotel (Rooms)
Res./MF
(#)

258
1,499,302
345,000
200
1,097

Westfield Citrus Park Mall (fka


Northwest Regional Mall)

Total Acres
Reg. Mall (GSF) Retail
(GSF)
Office (GSF)
Theatre
(Seats)

231
1,480,000
417,100
112,70961
3,64261

Fishhawk Ranch

Total Acres Residential/SF


(#) Residential/MF (#)
Retail
(GSF) Office
(GSF) Warehouse (GSF)

3,037
4,503
660
386,56986
92,000
48,31586

140

170

191

ALL

0
0
0
0

0
118,822
0
910

439,831 sf office
24,750 sf retail
20
residential

160,000
1,116,600
601,300
213,120
1,020
172
0
250

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
1,154
0
0
0

160,000 industrial
1,116,600 sf retail
601,300 sf office
213,120 svc ctr
38
residential
250 room
hotel

ALL

0
0
4,786
0

604
512
73,600
0

250 residential 76,400


sf retail 60,000 sf
office

94

258,490

50,000
20094
1,09794

0
0
344

542,490
0
0
1,097

806,812 sf office
50,000 sf retail
200
room hotel

ALL

0
0
0
0

974,527
406,001
8,400
3,642

516,572 sf retail
104,309 sf office

4,499
160
386,56986
50,000
48,31586

36
0
0
0
0

3,202
487
249,102
45,878
48,315

970 residential 137,467


sf retail 4,122 sf office

55

50,000
24,750
93055

612
1,600,000
1,116,600
654,000
640,000
1,020
472
322
500

245
112

512
150,000
60,000112

1,385
1,45054

0
176
0
0
0
0
0

0
864
0
0
0
224,262
0

1984 residential 10,785


sf retail 10,000 sf office

ALL

0
0
0
0

581,899
75,125
2,940
0

468,101 sf office
274,875 sf industrial
107,060 sf retail 220
room hotel

49
0
0
0
0

1,159
273
93,544
6,900
407

818 residential 206,456


sf commercial
33,100
sf office
268 boat
slips

0
0
2,794
9
137
0
0

1,256,206
0
2,794
98
379
0
500

1,388,014 sf indus
50,000 sf office 100,000
sf retail
951
residential
150 room
hotel

181
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

677
48
0
15,200
113,000
0
2
0
0
0
0

2328 residential 196,000


commercial 165,866
office 36,000 sf med
office

1,45054

194

DG Farms
(fka Casperson)

Total Acres Res./Retire.


(#) Res./SFD
(#)
Res./SFA
(#) Res./MF
(#) Res./SFA-MF (#)
Retail
(GSF) Office
(GSF)

208

The Crescent
(fka Towermarc/301)

Total Acres
Office (GSF)
Industrial
(GSF)
Retail
(GSF)
Hotel
(Rooms)

145
1,050,000
350,000
110,000
220

Harbor Bay

Total Acres Residential/SF


(#) Residential/MF (#)
Commercial (GSF) Office
(GSF) Boat Slips/Wet (#)

1,096
1,550
700
300,000
40,000
675

ALL

South Shore
Corporate Park

Total Acres
Industrial
(GSF) Office
(GSF)
Retail
(GSF)
Residential/MF (#)
Residential/SF (#) Hotel
(Rooms) College
(Students)

1,018
5,563,525
413,800
199,000

2,644,220
50,000
100,000

241

249

259

266

Lake Hutto

Total Acres Res./SFD


(#) Res./SFA
(#)
Res./MF
(#)
Commercial (GSF) OfficeGenrl (GSF) OfficeMedcl(GSF) Schools
(#) Day Care
(GSF)
Fitness
(GSF) Private
Sch.(Studnt) ACLF
(Beds)

Waterset (fka Wolf


Creek Branch S/D)

Overall Acres Res./SFD


(#) Res./SFA
(#)
Res./Sr. SFD
(#) Res./Sr.
SFA
(#) Res./MF
(#) Commercial (GSF)
Office
(GSF)

54
54

1,000
5454
435,047
10,000

101

602101
150
1,000
1,139
1,563
742126
260126
210,000
279,000
36,000
2
0
0
0
0
2,350
3,619
959
400
100
1,350
498,480
198,900

54

0
0
5454
235,047
10,000

101

602101
150
500

ALL

ALL

32
0
0
0
0
110

187
0
0
0
0
110

14,639
0

6,428 residential
483,841 sf commercial
198,900 sf office

DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT LIST


list of those approved, but not completed
No. DA Number

Name

Prop Share?

Contribution

Remaining Entitlements
superceded by 10-0254
superceded by 10-0930
superceded by 10-0254
500 Hotel Rooms
90,000 sf Office
23,000 sf Commercial

1
2
3
4

08-0308
08-0703
08-1325
09-1117

Fountains at Falkenburg
Triple Creek
Fountains at Falkenburg Amendment
Aprile Property

10-0254

Fountains at Falkenburg

10-0890

Apollo Beach Holdings

10-0930

Triple Creek

8
9

11-0220
11-0251

US 41 Big Bend Rd (Duke Realty)


I-75 Palm River Rd

10

12-0149

Lake Hutto

11

13-0409

Dune FL Land I Sub - West Lake

SR 674: 4L from existing terminus to project


access
940 residential units
SR 674 at W Lake Dr: add EBR
cst Lumsden from site to Lithia Pinecrest;
joint agreement w County to do Lumsden
impvts
extend Palm River Rd as a 2LU to
Falkenburg Rd

Camden Field Pwy at Falkenburg: cst 2EBL,


NBL, signalize

US 41 at Big Bend: xtd SBR as SBT, cst NBR,


cst 3rd NBT, recst NBR
866 residential units
10,000 sf club facilities
148 boat slips
Balm Riverview: SBL at Woodside; SBL at
Elnora, SBR at Panther Trace,
1662 dwelling units
Big Bend: xtd from circle to N access and to
Boyette
19,000 sf commercial
Summerfield Blvd: xtd as 2LU from exist to
Panther Trace
Big Bend at Balm Riverview: cst SBL,
signalize when warranted
NA
NA

12

14-0637

The Grove

13

14-0859

The Estuary - 2nd Amendment

46,000 commercial
154 multi-family DU's

superceded by DA 15-1012
superceded by DA 14-0859

$41,915,222 in improvements and


contributions

2599 residential units


210,000 sf retail
279,000 sf office
36,000 sf medical office
32 acres elem/middle school/park
20 acres public park

signalize Falkenburg at Palm River


Rd/Delaney Lake Dr

300 single family residential


372,350 sf retail
360 multi family residential

6L Falkenburg from Xtown to Palm River Rd


(N)
125 hotel rooms
125,000 sf office
125,000 sf medical office
14

15-1012

Duke Big Bend

$102,000