Box 21, Folder 6, Document 23

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METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY
GLENN BUILDING/ ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 / AREA CODE 404 52 4 -57 11
June 30, 1967
OFFICERS:
Richard H. Rich, Chairman
Roy A. Blount, Vice Chairman
Glenn E. Be nnett, Secretary
Henry L. Stuart, General Manager
GENERAL MANAGER'S QUARTERLY REPORT OF CONTRACT STATUS,
JUNE 30 , 1967
Considerable progress has been made under our several contracts
and a detailed review is timely.
Our contractural obligations total
$962,566 of which $616,709 (64%) represents the federal portion and
$345,857 represents the local matching funds.
The status of work shown
is as of May 31, 1967:
I.
The
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701 11 Contracts signed June 28, 1966 total $183,566 of which
the federal portion is $122,376.
The local portion of Transit
Authority funds is $61,189, all of which has been paid to the
ARMPC who is administering the work for us.
update the 1962 report in its entirety.
These projects are to
The updated revisions
will appear as a technical version and a popular version of a
bound report similar in format to the 1962 reports.
The work is
in three parts.
A.
Hammer , Greene, Siler Associates has a $48 , 000 contract to update the financing aspects which is 90¾ complete.
It covers :
1.
Methods of financing.
2.
Sources of financing ~
3.
Derivation of formula for sharing the financial load
between the several political jurisdictions.
4.
Assistance t o local governments t o eva luate thei r
financial ability.
5.
P r eparation of a financial plan in line with the above .
�B.
PBTB has a $100 , 000 contract to update the other parts of the
1962 report which is about 85¾ complete .
It covers:
1.
Route and station locations (100¾ complete) a
2.
Patronage, revenues and operating cost predictions
(90¾ complete).
3.
c.
Report preparation (50¾ complete).
ARM.PC will use the remaining $35 , 566 for administration and
supervision of the HGS and PB-T-B contracts , its own staff 's
work and auditing and overhead chargeable to the entire
updating project.
Each of these units of work provides inputs to the others so they
will continue to move ahead on a common front and should be wrapped
up this summer.
The contractural completion date was May 2 , 1967 .
The work was considerably delayed by the late development of
travel statistics by the Highway Department and the completion date
will not be met .
The necessary statistics are now in hand and the
work is moving ahead at a good pace.
Our total project will not
be damaged by the delay.
II.
The
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702 11 Contract signed June 28 , 1966 is for $125,000 with PB- T-B
to carry out preliminary engineering work on the system from Oglethorpe to the Airport.
This is an interes t-free federal loan that
must be repaid when construction begins .
volved .
No local funds are in-
The preliminary engineering work will be in sufficient
detail to enable us to initiate ri ght of way acquisition , to provide us with highly refined estimates of cons truction costs, and
to provide us with a solid point of departure fo r the development
of final , detailed design and the p r eparation of c ontract plans
and specifications.
Funds are r equisiti o ned from HUD in the exact
amount required whe n we are invoiced .
and payments have been made .
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Two $30 , 000 requisitions
The contract is 62¾ complete o
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It
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covers:
A.
Establishment of a design basis by developing information
on:
B.
(74% complete)
1.
Utilities.
2.
Existing building foundations.
3.
Subsurface structures.
4.
Street and highway facilities.
5.
Railroad structures.
6.
Geology.
Preliminary design of typical and of selected special
items (65% complete) i
c.
D.
1.
Structures.
2.
Stations .
3.
Functional layout of Transit Center.
4.
Functional layout of shops and yards.
5.
Equipment requirements.
Preliminary engineering plans (53% complete):
1.
Base maps.
2.
Alignment of tracks.
3.
Station sites .
Co st es t imates ( 16% comple t e )
1.
Construction .
2.
Right o f way.
The contract carries a comple t ion date o f J u ne 30 , 1967 , b u t we
have d ecided t o integrate this work wi th the wo rk being d one under
the techni cal studies g rant (bel ow) .
As a result, all o f the
pre liminary engineering for the 44-mile system - Doraville - Forest
Park and west from Hi ghtower Road to I-285 and east from Avondale
Estates to I - 285 - is being d o ne simultaneously, aimed at a completion date of April 30 , 1968 .
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�III .
The Technical Studies Grant (Section 9) Contra cts are for a total
of $554 , 000 of which the federal portion is $369 , 333 , and the
local portion is $184 , 667 0
Federal funds are requisitioned
quarterly in advance at a rate indicated by progress of the work
and the terms of the contracts .
ed and received .
the Impact Study.
$67 , 686 . 12 has been requisition-
One $12 , 000 payment has been made to ARMPC for
I expect a bill from PBTB this month o
The work is divided into three parts:
A.
PB-T-B has a contract signed February 2, 1967 for $500 , 000
which is 18% complete and covers:
1.
2.
System Extension Planning (35% complete):
(a)
East Line - Avondale Estates to I-285 .
(b)
West Line - Hightower Road to I-285.
Preliminary Design of t¥:pical and of selected special
structures (20% complete) :
3.
4.
5.
B.
(a)
Structures .
(b)
Stations .
(c)
Equipment .
Preliminary Engineering Plans (30% complete) :
(a)
Base maps .
(b)
Al i gnment of t r acks .
(c)
S tation site so
Cost Estimate s
(1 4% comp l ete ):
(a)
Co nstruc t i o n .
(b )
Righ t o f way.
Public He aring s a nd Re p o ~ts (no t started ) e
ARMPC has a contract si g ned March 10 , 1967 for $49 , 0 0 0 to
make a Cocc.idor Impact Study.
$9 , 000 covers the supervision
and overhead they will provide to the subcontracts , Eri c Hill
Assoc iates , who will do most of the work of assess ing the im-
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�pact of our proposed rapid transit system on the community.
We will receive recommendations for changes in community
plans or rapid transit plans in the event that adverse impact
or missed opportunities are discovered.
The job is 35¾ com-
plete.
The work will check on our relationships to:
C.
1.
Land use and related controls.
2.
Public improvements planning.
3.
Urban design.
4.
Local development plans.
5.
Urban renewal projects.
6.
Private development plans.
7.
Benefit to disadvantaged groups.
8.
Other public programs.
Our impact on the Atlanta Transit will be substantial and
$5,000 has been reserved to start studies in thi s fie ld .
More money will be sought in future applications .
I am
in touch with ATS officials to determine the character of
necessary study and plans.
IV.
The Retainer Agreement is a contract with PB-T-B for planni ng ,
consultant , o r engineering services not covered by existing
contracts .
Each item of work is authorized and budgeted by
the Board .
PB-T-B canno t initiate any work under thi s con-
tract that will cause total charges under the contract to e xceed $100 , 000 .
Its condition as of June 30 , 1967 is as f ollows:
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�Billing
4/1/676/30/67
Previously reported as
complete pre-contract
work; support before
State Properties Control Commission; Soils
Library study
Mobilization (6 out of 8
authorized moves have
been made)
Reported
thru
3/31/67
Total
thru
6/30/67
$30,943 ~10
$30 , 943.10
$ 2,192.70
12,697 . 84
14 , 890.54
93.37
1,198 . 93
1 , 292.30
497.33
806 . 37
1 , 303.70
4.00
1,443.12
1 , 447.12
868.59
310 . 64
1 , 179 . 23
$ 3,655.99
$47,400.00
$ 51 , 055.99
Participation in Atlanta
Area Transportation
Study ($1,500 authorized)
Public Information Support
($2 , 000 authorized)
Real Estate Consultation
($1,250 authorized; billing is complete.)
Detailed Engineering
($7 , 000 authorized)
6 ,724. 77
Unexpended Authorizations
Balance
42, 219.24
$100 , 000 . 00
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