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08 August 2, 2013 State Route 91 Advisory• • • Jennifer Harmon (RCTC) STATE ROUTE 91 ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA Date: Time: Location: MEMBERS Bob Magee RCTC Committee Chairman Michael Hennessey OCTA Friday, August 2, 2013 9:00 a.m. City of Corona -City Hall 400 South Vicentia Avenue Council Chambers -First Floor Corona, California Al Murray OCTA Tim Shaw OCTA Committee Vice Chairman Gail Eastman Karen Spiegel OCTA RCTC Berwin Hanna Todd Spitzer RCTC OCTA Kevin Jeffries RCTC EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Basem Muallem Ryan Chamberlain Caltrans District 8 Caltrans District 12 For further information, please contact Laurena Weinert, Authority Assistant Clerk of the Board, at (714) 560-5443 . 1.1n1.o<~ ©~.ow rn:m.n1 II'11 JUL 2 f, 2013 l0 . RIVERSIDE COUNTY rRANSPORTATION COMMISSION John Tavaglione RCTC Jeffrey Lalloway OCT A (Alternate) Ron Roberts RCTC (Alternate) Greg Winterbottom OCT A (Alternate) Ed Graham SAN BAG Orange County Transportation COMM-SR91AC-00002 • • • m OCTA AGENDA State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meeting Committee Members Bob Magee, RCTC, Chairman Michael Hennessey, OCTA, Vice Chairman Gail Eastman, OCTA Berwin Hanna, RCTC Kevin Jeffries, RCTC Al Murray, OCTA Tim Shaw, OCTA Karen Spiegel, RCTC Todd Spitzer, OCTA John Tavag/ione, RCTC Jeffrey Lalloway, OCTA, Alternate Ron Roberts, RCTC, Alternate Greg Winterbottom, OCTA, Alternate Ed Graham, SANBAG, Ex-Officio Ryan Chamberlain, Ca/trans Dist. 12, Ex-Officio Basem Muallem, Ca/trans Dist. 8, Ex-Officio City of Corona -City Hall 400 South Vicentia A venue Council Chambers -First Floor Corona, California Friday, August 2, 2013, at 9:00 a.m. Any person with a disability who requires a modification or accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should contact the OCTA Clerk of the Board, telephone (714) 560-5676, no less than two (2) business days prior to this meeting to enable OCTA to make reasonable arrangements to assure accessibility to this meeting. Agenda descriptions are intended to give members of the public a general summary of items of business to be transacted or discussed. The posting of the recommended actions does not indicate what action will be taken. The Committee may take any action which it deems to be appropriate on the agenda item and is not limited in any way by the notice of the recommended action. All documents relative to the items referenced in this agenda are available for public inspection at www.octa.net or through the Clerk of the Board's office at the OCTA Headquarters, 600 South Main Street, Orange, California. Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Member Spiegel 1. Public Comments Special Calendar There are no Special Calendc:u matters. Page 1of3 m OCTA AGENDA State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meetin~ Consent Calendar (Items 2 and 3) All items on the Consent Calendar are to be approved in one motion unless a Committee Member or a member of the public requests separate action or discussion on a specific item. 2. Approval of Minutes Of the May 1, 2013, State Route 91 Advisory Committee meeting. 3. 91 Express Lanes Monthly Status Reports Kirk Avila, General Manager of the 91 Express Lanes Orange County Transportation Authority Overview The 91 Express Lanes status reports for the months of March 2013 through June 2013 have been prepared for State Route 91 Advisory Committee review. The reports highlight operational and financial activities. Recommendation • Receive and file the 91 Express Lanes Monthly Status Reports for the months of March 2013 through June 2013. Regular Calendar 4. 91 Express Lanes Toll Violations Process Overview Kirk Avila, General Manager of the 91 Express Lanes Orange County Transportation Authority Overview The Orange County Transportation Authority has invested in technology and enforcement measures to address the concern of toll evasion on the 91 Express Lanes. This report provides an overview of the toll violation process and actions taken for nonpayment of tolls and penalties in order to mitigate this issue. Recommendation Receive and file as an information item. • Page 2 of 3 • • • m OCTA AGENDA State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meeting Discussion Items 5. State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project Update Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director Riverside County Transportation Commission Project Update of the State Route 91 Corridor Improvement Project to widen the State Route 91 freeway through Corona and to extend the existing 91 Express Lanes. 6. 91 Express Lanes Debt Kirk Avila, General Manager of the 91 Express Lanes Orange County Transportation Authority Staff will update the Committee on the 91 Express Lanes debt program. 7. General Manager's Report 8 . 9. Committee Members' Reports Adjournment The next regularly scheduled meeting of this Committee will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, December 6, 2013, at the OCTA Headquarters . Page 3 of 3 • • • m OCTA MINUTES Special State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meeting Committee Members Present Bob Magee, RCTC, Chairman Michael Hennessey, OCTA, Vice Chairman Gail Eastman, OCTA Al Murray, OCTA Tim Shaw, OCTA Karen Spiegel, RCTC Todd Spitzer, OCTA John Tavaglione, RCTC Committee Members Absent Berwin Hanna, RCTC Kevin Jeffries, RCTC Jeffrey Lal/away, OCTA, Alternate Ron Roberts, RCTC, Alternate Greg Winterbottom, OCTA, Alternate Ed Graham, SANBAG, Ex-Officio Lisa Ramsey for Ryan Chamberlain, Ca/trans District 12, Ex-Officio Jesus Galvan for Basem Mual/em, Ca/trans District 8, Ex-Officio Cal I to Order Staff Present Anne Mayer, RCTC, Executive Director Darrell Johnson, OCTA, Chief Executive Officer Kirk Avila, OCTA, General Manager, 91 Express Lanes Laurena Weinert, OCTA, Assistant Clerk of the Board Mary K. Burton, OCTA, Deputy Clerk of the Board Steven DeBaun, RCTC, Legal Counsel James H. Eggart, OCTA, Acting General Counsel OCTA and RCTC staff and General Public The May 1, 2013, special meeting of the State Route 91 Advisory Committee was called to order by Committee Vice Chairman Magee at 9:08 a.m. at the Orange County Transportation Authority -Headquarters, First Floor -Board Room, 600 South Main Street, Orange, California. Pledge of Allegiance Member Murray led in the Pledge of Allegiance. 1. Public Comments No public comments were received . May 1, 2013 Page 1 of 8 m OCTA MINUTE~ Special State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meetin~ Special Calendar 2. Introduction of Committee Members The Committee Members present introduced themselves. 3. Election of New State Route 91 Advisory Committee Chairman Committee Vice Chairman Magee opened nominations for the office of Committee Chairman. A motion was made by Member Murray, seconded by Member Eastman, and declared passed by those present, to approve Bob Magee as the Committee Chairman for the State Route 91 Advisory Committee. Member Spiegel was not present to vote on this item. 4. Election of New State Route 91 Advisory Committee Vice Chairman Newly-elected Chairman Magee opened nominations for office of Committee. Vice Chairman. A motion was made by Member Murray, seconded b Member Eastman, and declared passed by those present, to approve Michael Hennessey as the Committee Vice Chairman for the State Route 91 Advisory Committee. Member Spiegel was not present to vote on this item. Consent Calendar (Items 5 through 8) 5. Approval of Minutes A motion was made by Member Eastman, seconded by Member Murray, and declared passed by those present, to approve minutes of the August 3, 2012, meeting. Member Spiegel was not present to vote on this item. 6. 91 Express Lanes Monthly Status Reports Member Murray pulled this item and inquired about the enforcement light project status. Kirk Avila, General Manager of the 91 Express Lanes, responded that the enforcement lights are being installed and will be completed by the week of May 20. In addition, once the project is completed, the California Highway Patra will provide special enforcement days. • May 1, 2013 Page 2 of 8 • • • m OCTA MINUTES Special State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meeting 6. (Continued) Member Spitzer inquired about the confidential plate toll violators. Mr. Avila highlighted OCT A's process and challenges to collect fees for the violation. Member Spitzer requested that OCTA's General Counsel review the different levels of privacy interests for the toll violation enforcement portion of confidential license plates. Member Spiegel commented that when a law has been broken, the violator gives up their privacy and asked General Counsel as to when the confidential plate violator loses those rights. James Eggart, OCTA Acting General Counsel, responded that he will work with staff, review the legal and privacy implications, and bring the information back to this Committee. Darrell Johnson, OCTA Chief Executive Officer (CEO), responded that an analysis regarding the toll violations and opportunities for increased enforcement and as it relates to confidential plates would be brought back to the OCTA Finance and Administration Committee and this Committee. Member Tavaglione inquired about the annual percentage of confidential plate violations and if the violators use their own private vehicles. Mr. Avila responded that the violators usually use their own private vehicles and the percentage of total trip violations is a very small amount. Member Tavaglione commented that if there are a high number of violations from a specific agency, OCTA ought to contact those agencies. Mr. Avila responded that as part of OCTA's extra efforts, the agencies are contacted. Member Hennessey commented that OCTA has contacted the agencies and communicated to them regarding their employee's toll violation. A motion was made by Member Murray, seconded by Member Tavaglione, and declared passed by those present, to receive and file the 91 Express Lanes Monthly Status Reports for the months of July 2012 through February 2013 . May 1, 2013 Page 3 of 8 m Special State Route 91 Advisory Comm~!'!'!!~-OCTA 7. 91 Express Lanes Corona Customer Service Center Lease Renewal A motion was made by Member Eastman, seconded by Member Murray, and declared passed by those present, to receive and file the 91 Express Lanes Corona Customer Service Center Lease Renewal item dated March 13, 2013, to the Finance and Administration Committee. Member Spiegel was not present to vote on this item. 8. Fiscal Year 2011-12 91 Express Lanes Annual Financial Statements A motion was made by Member Eastman, seconded by Member Murray, and declared passed by those present, to receive and file the fiscal year 2011-12, 91 Express Lanes Annual Financial Statements. Member Spiegel was not present to vote on this item. Regular Calendar 9. Draft 2013 State Route 91 Implementation Plan • Kia Mortazavi, OCTA Executive Director of Planning, provided opening comments that AB 1010 requires OCTA to annually prepare a plan and schedule of improvements along the State Route (SR) 91 between the Interstate 15 and SR-55, which is in consultation with Caltrans and Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC). Alison Army, OCTA Senior Transportation Analyst, provided an overview of the Draft 2013 State Route 91 Implementation Plan, as follows: • Plan background; • Projects by year 2015; • Projects between years 2016 to 2025 and 2026 to 2035; • Post-2035; • Irvine Corona Expressway (ICE); • Traffic Summary (p.m., eastbound and a.m. westbound); and • Recommendations, next steps, and timelines. • May 1, 2013 Page 4 of 8 • • • m OCTA MINUTES Special State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meeting 9. (Continued) Additional discussion ensued between staff and the Members as follows: Member Spiegel inquired: • If the anticipated costs for the projects are updated once the project is completed. Ms. Army responded that the costs are in 2010 dollars unless otherwise specified and once the project is completed the costs are updated and listed in the report under completed project exhibits. • If the ICE $8.8 million costs will be reviewed. Ms. Army responded that it could be reviewed and updated as needed. Member Spitzer commented as follows: • Requested expediting the SR-241/91 Express Lanes connector project, include an Express Lanes/SR-71 connector, and address the SR-71/91 connection weaving concerns . • Darrell Johnson, OCTA CEO, responded that OCTA has recently met with the Transportation Corridor Agency (TCA) regarding the SR-241/91 Express Lanes connector, and the current approach is to construct post RCTC's Corridor Improvement Project (CIP). In addition, OCTA is working to accelerate the project development. • Anne Mayer, RCTC Executive Director, responded that RCTC has a solution to the SR-91 eastbound to the northbound SR-71, which is project number five as noted in Attachment A of the staff report. Ms. Mayer also recommended to explore/expedite the SR-241/91 Express Lanes interchange and potential long-term expansion to the SR-71; yet, at the same time do not impact existing projects. • Member Spitzer inquired as to how long it would take to address the weaving access from the 91 Express Lanes to the SR-71 northbound. • Lisa Ramsey, Acting Deputy District Director of Capital Programs, Caltrans District 12, responded that a traffic study is being initiated, and Jim Biel, OCTA Executive Director of Capital Programs, responded that OCTA and TCA are working on an environmental process for SR-241/91 Express Lanes connector. May 1, 2013 Page 5 of 8 m OCTA MINUTE-. Special State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meetin~ 9. {Continued) Member Tavaglione commented: • RCTC is concerned about the SR-71 southbound to the eastbound SR-91 traffic. Ms. Mayer responded that RCTC has seen preliminary information regarding the benefits of having the SR-241/91 Express Lanes improvements extended to the SR-71. • Thanks to the OCT A/RCTC relationship and purchase of the 91 Express Lanes by OCT A, the auxiliary lanes that were constructed from the SR-241 to Green River and the Green River interchange have relieved that bottleneck substantially at the SR-71. Member Shaw inquired about: • Metrolink expansion plan (project number one) and does the purchase of engines and coaches for $66 million come from the 91 Express Lanes toll revenue. • Ms. Army responded that the funding comes from the Commuter and Urba- Rail Endowment fund. The Placentia station is funded by Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ), Measure M2, and State Transportation Improvement Program funds. The Anaheim station is funded by CMAQ, Federal Transit Administration, and local city funding. • How m1Jch parking was built into the Placentia station plan. Mr. Johnson, OCTA CEO, responded that there is a target of 400 parking spaces for transit use. A motion was made by Member Spiegel, seconded by Member Murray, and declared passed by those present, to forward the Draft 2013 State Route 91 Implementation Plan to the Orange County Transportation Authority for approval. • May 1, 2013 Page 6 of 8 • • • m MINUTES OCTA Special State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meeting Discussion Items 10. SR-91 Outreach Update 11. Ellen Burton, OCTA Executive Director of External Affairs, presented the following: • Background on OCTA purchasing the 91 Express Lanes; • SR-91 corridor projects: o Eastbound lane addition project from the SR-241 to SR-71, o Westbound and eastbound project form SR-55 to SR-241, o Westbound lane widening project from the SR-57 to 1-5; • By December 2015, 22 lanes miles will have been added; • Cost and funding; • Communications and outreach; • Real-time information on Google maps; • Geographical Information system -direct mail program; • Construction groundbreaking event (handout regarding the May 1 event was provided to the Members); and • Contact information. 91 Express Lanes Debt Kirk Avila, General Manager of the 91 Express Lanes, reported that OCTA has a portion of the outstanding debt for 91 Express Lanes, which is privately placed with the Orange County Treasurer. The different alternatives are being explored with OCTA's Finance and Administration Committee and the refinancing conclusion will be presented to this Committee at the August meeting. Member Hennessey inquired if the refinancing will have an impact on the RCTC's CIP project. Mr. Avila responded that the refinance of the debt will not impact RCTC's CIP project; however, it will impact excess toll revenues generated on the facility. Mr. Johnson, OCTA CEO, commented that the excess toll revenues will be available; however, if OCTA structures the debt differently the excess tolls will not be available in the short-term for shorter-term projects. Member Hennessey commented that he wants to make sure OCTA's actions will not impact RCTC's ability to complete their CIP. If OCTA is revenue short, there could be impacts to cooperate with RCTC's project. May 1, 2013 Page 7 of 8 m OCTA MINUTE~ Special State Route 91 Advisory Committee Meetin~ 12. General Manager's Report Anne Mayer, RCTC Executive Director, reported that an item will go before the RCTC Board on May 81h, which will recommend award to Atkinson/Walsh for design-build of RCTC's CIP. Darrell Johnson, OCTA, Chief Executive Officer, congratulated RCTC on their extension of the 91 Express Lanes project. In addition, Mr. Johnson thanked RCTC for their AB 2098 bill, which helped OCTA introduce AB 401 under Assembly Member Daly to obtain design-build for OCTA's Interstate 405 project. 13. Committee Members' Reports There were no Committee Members' reports. 14. Adjournment The meeting adjourned at 10:05 a.m. The next regularly scheduled meeting of this Committee will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, August 2, 2013, at: ATTEST City of Corona -City Hall Council Chambers -First Floor 400 South Vicentia Avenue Corona, California Bob Magee Committee Chairman May 1, 2013 Laurena Weinert OCTA Assistant Clerk of the Board • Page 8 of 8 •m OCTA • • August 2, 2013 To: State Route 91 Advisory Committee From: Kirk Avila~eneral Manager, 91 Express Lanes Subject: 91 Express Lanes Monthly Status Reports Overview The 91 Express Lanes status reports for the months of March 2013 through June 2013 have been prepared for State Route 91 Advisory Committee review. The reports highlight operational and financial activities. Recommendation Receive and file the 91 Express Lanes Monthly Status Reports for the months of March 2013 through June 2013. Background Monthly status reports are prepared to document 91 Express Lanes activity and are provided for State Route 91 Advisory Committee review. Discussion The March 2013 status report for the 91 Express Lanes is provided in Attachment A. In March 2013, traffic volume in the 91 Express Lanes increased by 1.7 percent over the same period in 2012 while gross potential toll revenue decreased by 1.2 percent as compared to the prior year. The April 2013 status report is provided in Attachment B. In April 2013, traffic volume increased by 1.1 percent over the same period in 2012 and gross potential toll revenue increased by 3 percent. The May 2013 status report for the 91 Express Lanes is provided in Attachment C. In May 2013, traffic volume increased by 3.2 percent over the same period in 2012 and gross potential toll revenue increased by 4.5 percent. Orange County Transportation Authority 550 South Main Street I P.O. Box 14184 I Orange I California 92863-1584 I (714) 560-0CTA (6282) 91 Express Lanes Monthly Status Reports Page2 The June 2013 status report for the 91 Express Lanes is provided in Attachment D. In June 2013, traffic volume in the 91 Express Lanes increased 0.3 percent over the same period in 2012 and gross potential toll revenue decreased by 0.8 percent as compared to the prior year. Fiscal year 2012-13 year-to-date (YTD) traffic volume and toll revenue as of the end of June 2013 increased when compared to the prior year, with YTD traffic volume increasing by 1.2 percent and YTD potential toll revenue up by 1 . 1 percent. Staff will continue to closely monitor traffic and revenue data and report back to the State Route 91 Advisory Committee regularly. Summary The 91 Express Lanes status report for the months of March 2013 through June 2013 are provided for review.' The report highlights operational and financial activities. Attachments A. 91 Express Lanes Status Report -As of March 31, 2013 8. 91 Express Lanes Status Report -As of April 30, 2013 C. 91 Express Lanes Status Report-As of May 31, 2013 D. 91 Express Lanes Status Report -As of June 30, 2013 • • • ATTACHMENT A • m OCTA Orange County Transportation Authority • As of March 31, 2013 • Operations Overview Traffic and Revenue Statistics Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for March 2013 was 1,031,386. This represents a daily average of 33,271. This is a 1.7% increase in total traffic volume from the same period last year when traffic levels totaled 1,013,841. Potential toll revenue for the month was $2,978,184 which represents a decrease of 1.2% from the prior year's total of $3,013,284. Carpool percentage for the month was 24.4% as compared to the previous year's rate of 22.7%. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of March 2013. Current Month-to-Date (MTD} as of March 31, 2013 (Fiscal Year (FY) 2012-13 data is for the corresponding month in that fiscal year) Average Full Toll Lanes $3.72 $3.50 $0.22 Average 3+ Lanes $0.29 $0.27 $0.02 Average Revenue Per Trip $2.89 $2.68 $0.21 6.3% $3.75 (0.8%) 7.4% $0.32 (9.4%) 7.8% $2.97 (2.7%) 2 • • • • • • The 2013 fiscal year-to-date (YTD) traffic volume is 1% higher than the same period last year . The 2013 fiscal year-to-date revenue is 0.7% higher than for the same period last year. Year-to- date average revenue per-trip is $2.88. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2012 through March 2013. FY 2012-13 to Date as of March 31, 2013 (FY 2012-13 data is for the period July 1, 2012 through March 31, 2013; FY 2011-12 data is for the corresponding period in that fiscal year.) Full Toll Lanes $3.72 $3.53 $0.19 5.4% $3.71 0.3% 3+ Lanes $0.28 $0.27 $0.01 3.7% $0.30 (6.7%) Revenue Per Trip $2.88 $2.69 $0.19 7.1% $2.89 (0.3%) 3 Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2012-13 on a monthly basis. 1,400,000 1,225,000 1,050,000 Cll 875,000 E :I 0 > 700,000 525,000 350,000 175,000 FY 2012-13 Traffic Volume Overview Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Month I &Full Toll Lanes &3+ Lanes I The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2012-13 on a monthly basis. FY 2012-13 Revenue Summary $3,300,000 $3,200,000 $3,100,000 $3,000,000 .. ,, c $2,900,000 ~ 0:: $2,800,000 $2,700,000 $2,600,000 $2,500,000 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Month I •Full Toll Lanes •3+ Lanes I 4 • • • • • • ----------------------------------------------------- Peak traffic hours in the eastbound direction reached or exceeded 90% or more of defined capacity seven times during the month of March 2013. As demonstrated on the next chart, westbound peak hour traffic volumes top out at 67% of defined capacity. EASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES PM Time 1400 -1500 1500 -1600 1600 -1700 1700 -1800 1800 -1900 1900 -2000 PM Time 1400 -1500 $4.25 1500 -1600 $4.60 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700 -1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900 -2000 $3.25 PM Time 1400 -1500 230 1,503 44% $4.25 489 2,394 70% $3. 70 502 2, 790 82% $5.80 464 2,710 80% $5.25 497 2,227 66% $3.60 279 1, 113 33% $3.25 1500 -1600 $4.60 475 2, 180 64% $3.70 1600 -1700 $4.55 461 2,611 77% $5.80 1700-1800 $4.85 300 1,834 54% $5.25 1800 -1900 $4.60 483 2,565 75% $3.60 1900 -2000 $3.25 283 1,205 35% $3.25 PM Time 1400 -1500 $4.25 1500 -1600 $4.60 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700 -1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900 -2000 $3.25 PM Time 1400 -1500 $4.25 1500 -1600 $4.60 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700 -1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900 -2000 $3.25 206 1,294 38% $4.25 564 2,591 76% $3. 70 503 2,868 84% $5.80 440 2,726 80% $5.25 436 2,005 59% $3.60 257 1,078 32% $3.25 287 565 522 456 445 277 1,493 2,403 2,798 2,502 1,935 1,097 44% 71% 82% 74% 57% 32% $4.25 $3.70 $5.80 $5.25 $3.60 $3.25 228 1,581 47% $4.25 479 2,544 75% $3.95 482 2,966 87% $6.80 521 2,829 83% $6.50 530 2,632 77% $3.60 329 1,429 42% $3.25 475 2,514 74% $3.95 522 2,928 86% $6.80 503 2,959 87% $6.50 460 2,517 74% $3.60 305 1,407 41% $3.25 216 1,505 44% $4.25 508 2,576 76% $3.95 509 3,018 89% $6.80 508 2,968 87% $6.50 498 2,597 76% $3.60 296 1,268 37% $3.25 227 480 491 508 485 313 521 524 523 525 315 269 507 525 493 468 300 1,640 48% $4.40 2,545 75% $4.45 3,002 88% $8.95 3,016 89% $8.30 2,525 74% $4.40 1,521 45% $4.70 2, 798 82% $4.45 3,015 89% $8.95. 267 1,830 54% ' $3.10 496 2,744 81% $9.55 523 2,950 87% $9.10 450 2,766 81% $6.00 496 2,456 72% $5.50 285 1,324 39% $5.15 2,985 88% $8.30 ... 2,652 78% $4.40 516 1,580 46% $4.70 365 1,616 48% $4.40 274 1,811 53% $3.10 2,632 77% $4.45 480 2,752 81% $9.55 3,011 89% 1111;,jii • 10%'1 $9.10 2,908 86% $8.30 522 2,958 87% $6.00 2,410 71% $4.40 1,307 38% $4.70 499 2,858 84% $5.50 373 1,796 53% $5.15 282 553 553 530 546 351 1,611 2,602 2,908 2,873 2,606 1,469 47% $4.25 318 1,700 50% $4.40 335 2,016 59% $3. 10 77% $3.95 545 2,710 80% $4.45 596 2,826 83% $9.55 86% $6.80 573 3,021 89% lifllS 609 ::1a.~iWl!L $9.10 85% 'M .._ 'l~l_i:ie ti. $8.30 563 3,035 89% $6.00 77% $3.60 534 2,754 81% $4.40 541 2,752 81% $5.50 43% $3.25 412 1,680 49% $4.70 420 1,752 52% $5.15 324 2,388 70% 601 2, 789 82% 556 2, 956 87% 433 2, 702 79% 436 2, 100 62% 335 1,279 38% 646 2, 968 87% 51~~ t1~i'! 502 3,035 89% 533 2,434 72% 412 1,831 54% 409 2, 711 80% 633 2,867 84% 575 2,925 86% 476 2,891 85% 518 2,468 73% 414 1,594 47% 483 666 596 534 431 431 2,631 2,564 2,853 2,587 1,853 1,335 5 77% 75% 84% 76% 55% 39% WESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES AMTime 0400 -0500 0500 -0600 0600 -0700 0700 -0800 0800 -0900 0900 -1000 AMTime 0400 -0500 $2.50 270 694 20% $2.50 0500-0600 $4.10 569 1,834 54% $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 580 2,275 67% $4.25 0700-0800 $4.75 474 2,143 63% $4.75 0800 -0900 $4.25 226 1, 752 52% $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 176 1,419 42% $3.40 AMTime 0400 -0500 $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 266 666 20% $2.50 560 1, 783 52% $4.10 611 2, 153 63% $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 455 2,035 60% $4. 75 0800 -0900 $4.25 246 1,726 51% $4.25 0900-1000 $3.40 173 1,312 39% $3.40 AMTime 0400 -0500 $2.50 271 693 20% $2.50 1,796 53% $4.10 1,564 46% $4.25 1,866 55% $4.75 1,735 51% $4.25 1,578 46% $3.40 0500 -0600 $4.10 557 0600 -0700 $4.25 432 0700 -0800 $4.75 435 0800 -0900 $4.25 274 0900 -1000 $3.40 192 AMTime 0400 -0500 $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800 -0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 279 699 21% $2.50 577 1,822 54% $4.10 561 2,059 61% $4.25 465 1,915 56% $4.75 256 1,679 49% $4.25 227 1,333 39% $3.40 279 673 20% $2.50 591 1,829 54% $4.10 592 2,249 66% $4.25 483 2, 138 63% $4.75 221 1,684 50% $4.25 180 1,303 38% $3.40 285 670 20% $2.50 586 1,800 53% $4.10 601 2, 152 63% $4.25 508 2, 170 64% $4.75 261 1,749 51% $4.25 178 1,503 44% $3.40 281 679 20% $2.50 557 1,735 51% $4.10 608 2,240 66% $4.25 502 2,111 62% $4.75 238 1,774 52% $4.25 154 1,384 41% $3.40 283 688 20% $2.50 564 1,745 51% $4.10 536 1,942 57% $4.25 452 1,887 56% $4.75 315 1,959 58% $4.25 281 1,961 58% $3.40 264 624 18% $2.50 266 707 21% $2.50 626 1,877 55% $4.10 574 1,745 51% $3.95 563 2,276 67% $4.25 589 2,253 66% $4.10 467 2,151 63% $4.75 443 2,053 60% $4.60 210 1,753 52% $4.25 239 1,738 51% $4.10 161 1,307 38% $3.40 161 1,205 35% $3.40 279 649 19% $2.50 276 637 19% $2.50 565 1,718 51% $4.10 599 1,829 54% $3.95 590 2, 120 62% $4.25 622 2, 130 63% $4.10 516 2,147 63% $4.75 507 2,194 65% $4.60 254 1,926 57% $4.25 248 1,780 52% $4.10 218 1,543 45% $3.40 186 1,430 42% $3.40 280 672 20% $2.50 277 654 19% $2.50 563 1,753 52% $4.10 590 1,864 55% $3.95 602 2, 142 63% $4.25 608 2,211 65% $4.10 491 2, 138 63% $4.75 473 2, 105 62% $4.60 262 1,853 55% $4.25 217 1,763 52% $4.10 165 1,482 44% $3.40 189 1,303 38% $3.40 298 670 20% $2.50 268 664 20% $2.50 596 1,778 52% $4.10 560 1,741 51% $3.95 565 1,956 58% $4.25 526 2,032 60% $4.10 505 2,009 59% $4. 75 500 2,065 61% $4.60 273 1,744 51% $4.25 309 1,756 52% $4.10 232 1,253 37% $3.40 264 1,538 45% $3.40 507 1, 707 50% 552 2,023 60% 425 1,924 57% 227 1,481 44% 165 1,086 32% 214 462 497 408 169 127 274 512 541 562 17% 1,499 44% 1,997 59% 1,812 53% 1,324 39% 903 27% 644 19% 1,623 48% 1,969 58% 480 1,887 56% 254 1,555 46% 161 1,108 33% 248 643 19% 535 1,952 57% 570 2,113 62% 455 1,962 58% 228 1,447 43% 199 1,081 32% 217 520 490 315 234 217 541 16% 1,589 47% 1,723 51% 1,247 37% 1,113 33% 1,011 30% 6 • • • • • • Transponder Distribution Status TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION March-13 Febru 1 ary-13 FY 2012-13 ______ _ Tags % of Total Tags _"~-of Total Average To-Date Issued To New Accounts 715 Additional Tags to Existing Accounts 562 Replacement Transponders 1,379 Returned Account aosures Accounts Downsizing Defective Transponders Total Issued 2,656 Total Returned 747 225 26.9% 21.2% 51.9% 31.2% 688 440 1,172 29.9% 19.1% 51.0% 767 511 1,358 546 29.1% 19.4% 51.5% 26.9% 8.4% At the end of March 2013, the 91 Express Lanes had 112,559 active customer accounts, with 167,881 transponders assigned to those accounts. 125,000 120,000 115,000 110,000 105,000 100,000 95,000 - 90,000 Number of Accounts by Fiscal Year As of March 31, 2013 119,992 Fiscal Year 7 Operational Highlights On-road Operations Customer Assistance Specialists (CAS) responded to 84 calls during March. The CAS team received 31 calls to assist disabled vehicles, 8 calls to remove debris and conducted 34 assists or traffic breaks. The CAS provided assistance to 5 accidents in the Express Lanes and 6 accidents in the general-purpose lanes. Violations Enforcement Light Project Staff is working with 3M Company, formerly Federal Signal Technologies, in the implementation of the violation enforcement indicator lights for the Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETIM) system on the 91 Express Lanes. These lights will assist the California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers in determining potential toll violators. Installation is estimated for the beginning of May with performance testing scheduled for the latter part of the month. It is estimated this project will be completed in May 2013. 8 • • • • • • Financial Highlights 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement Operating expenses: Contracted services Administrative fee Other professional services Credit card processing fees Toll road account servicing Other insurance expense Toll road maintenance supply repairs Patrol services Building equipment repairs and maint Other services Utilities Office expense Bad debt expense Miscellaneous <2 > Leases Total operating expenses De reciation and amortization Operatin income loss Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Interest income Investment gain on derivative instrument Interest expense Other Total nono Transfers in Transfers out Actual 111 24,246,593.54 5,815,561.93 30,062, 155.47 5,625,384.96 1,47 4, 701.03 297,434.68 644,707.78 363,377.74 231,236.27 89,953.51 301,573.53 265,773.88 12,038.96 12,900.48 24,230.73 114,109.74 134,482.38 287,539.10 9,879,444.77 2,934,816.61 17,247,894.09 496,634.09 1,311,906.85 (4,481,614.24) 18, 113.50 2,654,959.80 1, 176.94 $ 14,591,757.35 $ 22,896,861.00 $ 5,031,964.00 27,928,825.00 5, 757, 720.00 132,335.04 1,641,753.00 167,051.97 904,628.00 607, 193.32 805,932.00 161,224.22 797,886.00 434,508.26 562,275.00 331,038.73 168,687.00 78,733.49 299,880.00 (1,693.53) 427,828.00 162,054.12 101,205.00 89, 166.04 13,491.00 590.52 82,833.00 58,602.27 (114,109.74) 190,987.00 56,504.62 311,130.00 23,590.90 12,066,235.00 2, 186, 790.23 2,934,816.61 15,862,590.00 1,385,304.09 927,869.00 (431,234.91) 1,311,906.85 (4, 743,558.00) 261,943.76 18, 113.50 3,815,689.00 1, 160,729.20 1, 176.94 $ 12,046,901.00 $ 2,544,856.35 'Actual amounts are accounted for on the accrual basis of accounting in an enterprise fund. Budget amounts are accounted for on a modified accrual basis of accounting. 2 Miscellaneous expenses include: Bond Insurance Costs, Bank Ser\'ice Charge, Transponder Materials. 'Depreciation and amortization are not budgeted items. Capital Asset Activity 2.3 10.2 67.1 20.0 54.5 58.9 46.7 (0.6) 37.9 88.1 4.4 70.7 NIA 29.6 7.6 18.1 NIA 8.7 (46.5) NIA 5.5 NIA 30.4 NIA NIA 21.1 During the nine months ending March 31, 2013, capital asset activities included approximately $199,877 for the purchase of transponders, $8,352 for leasehold improvements and $7,323 for the purchase of equipment for the customer service center . 9 ATTACHMENT B • m OCTA Orange County Transportation Authority • As of April 30, 2013 • Operations Overview Traffic and Revenue Statistics Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for April 2013 was 1,012,998. This represents a daily average of 33, 767. This is a 1.1 % increase in total traffic volume from the same period last year when traffic levels totaled 1,001,667. Potential toll revenue for the month was $2,913,644 which represents an increase of 3% from the prior year's total of $2,829, 125. Carpool percentage for the month was 23.92% as compared to the previous year's rate of 24.11 %. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of April 2013. Current Month-to-Date (MTD) as of April 30, 2013 (Fiscal Year (FY) 2012-13 data is for the corresponding month in that fiscal year) Average Full Toll Lanes $3.69 $3.49 $0.20 Average 3+ Lanes $0.30 $0.27 $0.03 Average Revenue Per Trip $2.88 $2.67 $0.21 5.7% $3.64 1.4% 11.1% $0.27 11.1% 7.9% $2.82 2.1% 2 • • • • • • The 2013 fiscal year-to-date (YTD) traffic volume is 1% higher than the same period last year . The 2013 fiscal year-to-date revenue is 1% higher than for the same period last year. Year-to- date average revenue per-trip is $2.88. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2012 through April 2013. FY 2012-13 to Date as of April 30, 2013 (FY 2012-13 data is for the period July 1, 2012 through April 30, 2013; FY 2011-12 data is for the corresponding period in that fiscal year.) Average Full Toll Lanes $3.71 $3.52 $0.19 5.4% $3.70 0.3% Average 3+ Lanes $0.28 $0.27 $0.01 3.7% $0.30 (6.7%) Average Revenue Per Trip $2.88 $2.68 $0.20 7.5% $2.88 0.0% 3 Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2012-13 on a monthly basis. 1,400,000 1,225,000 1,050,000 GI 875,000 E :I 0 > 700,000 525,000 350,000 175,000 FY 2012-13 Traffic Volume Overview Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Month I •Full Toll Lanes •3+ Lanes I The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2012-13 on a monthly basis. FY 2012-13 Revenue Summary $3,300,000 $3,200,000 $3,100,000 $3,000,000 CD ::I c $2,900,000 !'Z t1 $2,800,000 $2,700,000 $2,600,000 $2,500,000 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Month [ •Full Toll Lanes •3+ Lanes I 4 • • • • • • Peak traffic hours in the eastbound direction reached or exceeded 90% or more of defined capacity six times during the month of April 2013. As demonstrated on the next chart, westbound peak hour traffic volumes top out at 70% of defined capacity. EASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES PMTime 1400 -1500 1500 -1600 505 2, 190 64% $3.70 2,519 74% 1600 -1700 $4.55 510 2,588 76% $5.80 553 2,900 85% $6.80 1700 -1800 $4.85 463 2,522 74% $5.25 527 2,885 85% $6.50 1800-1900 $4.60 404 1,680 49% $3.60 454 2,158 63% $3.60 2,743 81% $4.45 600 2,753 556 2,988 88% $8.95 602 2,972 557 2,944 87% $8.30 543 2,953 554 2,540 75% $4.40 563 2,630 1900-2000 $3.25 289 1,048 31% $3.25 309 1,324 39% $3.25 396 1,461 43% $4.70 410 1,554 Monday 04/08/13 PM Time i''?'····· 1400 -1500 $4.25 1500 -1600 $4.60 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700 -1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900 -2000 $3.25 PMTime 1400 -1500 $4.25 1500 -1600 $4.60 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700 -1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900 -2000 $3.25 PMTime 1400 -1500 $4.25 1500 -1600 $4.60 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700 -1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900 -2000 $3.25 PMTime 1400 -1500 1500 -1600 $4.60 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700 -1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900 -2000 $3.25 228 1,438 42% $4.25 514 2,359 69% $3.70 460 2,671 79% $5.80 409 2,651 78% $5.25 422 1,994 59% $3.60 229 1,057 31% $3.25 215 503 429 1,490 2,398 2,630 44% 71% 77% $4.25 $3.70 $5.80 403 2,618 77% $5.25 410 1,974 58% $3.60 230 1,027 30% $3.25 229 1,463 43% $4.25 528 2,323 68% $370 471 2,828 83% $5.80 444 2,578 76% $5.25 413 1,991 59% $3.60 257 1,078 32% $3.25 530 2,426 71% $3. 70 450 2,722 80% $5.80 436 2,653 78% $5.25 401 2,047 60% $3.60 232 1,024 30% $3.25 227 1,530 45% $4.25 506 2,420 71% $3.95 503 2,808 83% $6.80 486 2, 724 80% $6.50 416 2, 160 64% $3.60 320 1,381 41% $3.25 252 527 512 1,590 2,622 2,915 47% 77% 86% $4.25 $3.95 $6.80 470 2,846 84% $6.50 465 2,448 72% $3.60 315 1,499 44% $3.25 238 545 530 479 478 329 262 510 547 457 481 331 1,517 45% $4.40 284 1,858 55% $3.10 2,746 81% $4.45 538 2,828 83% $9.55 2,944 87% :;p .570: 7~1\33 92%> 11\10 2,969 87% $8.30 525 2,846 84% $6.00 2,401 71% $4.40 484 2,577 76% $5.50 1,482 44% $4.70 383 1,758 52% $5.15 1,652 2,720 2,891 49% 80% 85% Thursday $4.40 267 $4.45 495 $8.95 534 04/18/13 1,917 2,802 82% 2,999 88% 2,878 85% $8.30 2,601 77% $4.40 1,434 42% $4. 70 473 2,872 84% $6.00 548 2,768 81% $5.50 341 1,569 46% $5.15 Wednesday 04/24/13 254 1,620 48% $4.25 483 2,517 74% $3.95 513 3,001 88% $6.80 472 2,839 84% $6.50 462 2,369 70% $3.60 261 1, 154 34% $3.25 512 2,693 505 2,990 459 2,909 508 2,395 316 1,409 257 494 524 481 440 290 1,657 49% $4.40 2,743 81% $4.45 2,963 87% .... 2,912 86% $8.30 2,500 74% $4.40 1,362 40% $4.70 257 1,911 56% $3.10 546 2,922 86% $9.55 518 ,,~ U% $9.10 482 2,927 86% $6.00 483 2,677 79% $5.50 309 1,413 42% $5.15 04/05/13 2,685 79% 637 2, 800 82% 500 2,703 80% ;;;tiw;,t;~.055 ······110% 457 2, 103 62% 464 1,595 47% 355 2, 694 79% 600 2, 820 83% ml1'111::~:io% 485 2, 913 86% 431 2,254 66% 369 1,596 47% 400 659 527 459 498 378 2,734 80% 2,983 88% 2,913 86% 2,804 82% 2,427 71% 1,523 45% 5 WESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES AM Time 0400 -0500 $2.50 262 655 19% $2.50 0500-0600 $4.10 514 1,726 51% $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 500 1,934 57% $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 361 1,802 53% $4.75 1,438 42% $4.25 1, 138 33% $3.40 0800 -0900 $4.25 265 0900 -1000 $3.40 235 AM Time 0400 -0500 $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4.75 0800 -0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 AM Time 0400 -0500 $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800 -0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 AM Time 0400 -0500 $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800 -0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 AM Time 0400 -0500 267 708 21% $2.50 483 1,338 39% $4.10 430 1,477 43% $4.25 514 2, 162 64% $4.75 289 1,838 54% $4.25 203 1,732 51% $3.40 283 721 21% $2.50 622 1,905 56% $4.10 556 2, 116 62% $4.25 437 1,990 59% $4.75 228 1,600 47% $4.25 161 1,266 37% $3.40 275 715 21% $2.50 588 1,921 57% $4.10 580 2, 137 63% $4.25 451 1,937 57% $4.75 233 1,519 45% $4.25 162 1,257 37% $3.40 276 658 19% $2.50 550 1,772 52% $4.10 508 1,964 58% $4.25 411 1,860 55% $4.75 245 1,579 46% $4.25 311 1,447 43% $3.40 332 765 23% $2.50 341 789 23% $4.10 464 1,658 49% $4.25 527 2,051 60% $4. 75 287 1,889 56% $4.25 237 1,898 56% $3.40 287 703 21% $2.50 610 1,822 54% $4.10 689 2,367 70% $4.25 550 2,271 67% $4. 75 206 1,705 50% $4.25 177 1,394 41% $3.40 289 700 21% $2.50 598 1,832 54% $4.10 582 2, 193 65% $4.25 472 2,095 62% $4. 75 201 1,674 49% $4.25 182 1,325 39% $3.40 0500 -C600 $4. 10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800 -0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 1,909 56% $4.10 603 1,783 584 2, 117 62% $4.25 612 2,242 483 1,950 57% $4.75 492 2,112 243 1,656 49% $4.25 224 1,774 176 1,212 36% $3.40 165 1,262 284 634 19% $2.50 567 1,739 51% $4.10 568 2,095 62% $4.25 424 1,981 58% $4. 75 307 1,599 47% $4.25 298 1, 327 39% $3.40 303 687 696 439 242 163 709 21% $2.50 1,973 58% $4.10 2,335 69% $4.25 1,983 58% $4.75 1,590 47% $4.25 1,275 38% $3.40 263 632 19% $2.50 674 1,912 56% $4.10 700 2,338 69% $4.25 463 1,994 59% $4.75 283 1,773 52% $4.25 161 1,317 39% $3.40 291 674 20% $2.50 565 1,823 54% $4.10 584 2,230 66% $4.25 478 2,009 59% $4. 75 243 1,742 51% $4.25 142 1,233 36% $3.40 • 287 630 19% $2.50 287 628 18% 629 1,794 53% $3.95 548 1,558 46% 574 2,044 60% $4.10 487 1,647 48% 452 1,900 56% $4.60 431 1,876 55% 263 1,354 40% $4.10 266 1,388 41% 250 1,263 37% $3.40 272 1,076 32% 329 733 22% $2.50 258 631 19% 693 1,925 57% $3.95 585 1,762 52% 636 2,287 67% $4.10 586 2,065 61% 424 1,985 58% $4.60 416 1,759 52% 250 1,796 53% $4.10 207 1,201 35% 180 1,283 38% $3.40 140 983 29% 300 703 21% $2.50 256 600 18% 555 1,814 53% $3.95 515 1,695 50% 589 2,212 65% $4.10 549 2,067 61% 478 1,977 58% $4.60 431 1,804 53% 227 1,721 51% $4.10 269 1,439 42% 194 1,369 40% $3.40 172 1, 150 34% • 278 665 20% $2.50 294 1,297 38% 583 1,821 54% $3.95 596 2, 134 63% 590 2, 152 63% $4.10 556 2,012 59% 449 1,937 57% $4.60 424 1,849 54% 235 1,747 51% $4.10 226 1,313 39% 169 1,242 37% $3.40 151 1,032 30% • 6 • • • Transponder Distribution Status TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION April-13 M arch-13 , JY 2~!~-13 Tags % of Total Tags , % of Total Average To-Date Issued To New Accounts Additional Tags to Existing Accounts Replacement Transponders 697 557 1,318 Returned Account Oosures Accounts Downsizing Defective Transponders ... . .. . . ' Total Issued 2,572 * , 702 253 1,371 Total Returned 2,326 27.1% 21.7% 30.2% 10.9% 715 562 747 26.9% 21.2% 31.2% 746 507 550 28.9% 19.7% 27.2% At the end of April 2013, the 91 Express Lanes had 112,645 active customer accounts, with 168,013 transponders assigned to those accounts. I 125,000 120,000 115,000 110,000 105,000 100,000 95,000 90,000 Number of Accounts by Fiscal Year As of April 30, 2013 119,992 Fiscal Year 7 Operational Highlights On-road Operations Customer Assistance Specialists (CAS) responded to 98 calls during April. The CAS team received 44 calls to assist disabled vehicles, 6 calls to remove debris and conducted 39 assists or traffic breaks. The CAS provided assistance to 5 accidents in the Express Lanes and 4 accidents in the general-purpose lanes. Violations Enforcement Light Project Staff is working with 3M Company, formerly Federal Signal Technologies, in the implementation of the violation enforcement indicator lights for the Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM) system on the 91 Express Lanes. These lights will assist the California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers in determining potential toll violators. Installation is to commence the second week of May with performance testing scheduled for the following week. It is estimated this project will go live during the week of May 20th. 8 • • • • • • Financial Highlights 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement YTD as of Aoril 30, 2013 YTD Variance Description Actua1<1> Budget <1> Dollar$ -'""·•''":··' ,,., '· ' ill Operating revenues: Toll revenue 26,975,520.02 $ 25,320,969.00 $ 1,654,551.02 Fee revenue 6,528, 122.35 5,670, 193.00 857,929.35 Total o ratin revenues 33,503,642.37 30,991, 162.00 2,512,480.37 llji;,: \''"%':,·:,;.,:;Th( 'Ii ·' , """-r; ,. ,-~ Operating expenses: Contracted services 6,240,549.12 6,390,800.00 150,250.88 Administrative fee 1,638,556.70 1,824, 170.00 185,613.30 Other professional services 354,708.62 1,015,859.00 661, 150.38 Credit card processing fees 711,561.54 895,480.00 183,918.46 Toll road account servicing 465,972.63 885,830.00 419,857.37 Other insurance expense 258,104.02 624,750.00 366,645.98 Toll road maintenance supply repairs 100,386.32 212,430.00 112,043.68 Patrol services 334,956.49 333,200.00 (1,756.49) Building equipment repairs and maint 295,263.62 514,301.00 219,037.38 Other services 12,858.96 112,450.00 99,591.04 Utilities 14,281.79 14,990.00 708.21 Office expense 25,326.67 91,995.00 66,668.33 Bad debt expense 114,422.40 -( 114,422.40) Miscellaneous <2 l 147,622.94 208,489.00 60,866.06 Leases 334,779.29 345,700.00 10,920.71 Total operating expenses 11,049,351.11 13,470,444.00 2,421,092.89 Depreciation and amortization <3l 3,252,824.20 -(3,252,824.20) Operating income (loss) 19,201,467.06 17,520, 718.00 1,680, 7 49.06 Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Federal assistance grants --- Interest income 557,101.78 983,382.00 (426,280.22) Investment gain on derivative instrument 1,311,906.85 -1,311,906.85 Interest expense " (4,910,740.33)" (5,270,620.00) 359,879.67 " Other 18,113.50 -18, 113.50 Total nonooerating revenues (exoenses) (3,023,618.20) (4,287,238.00) 1,263,619.80 Transfers in --- Transfers out (1, 176.94) -(1,176.94) Net income (loss) $ 16, 176,671.92 $ 13,233,480.00 $ 2,943, 191.92 'Actual amounts are accounted for on the accrual basis of accounting in an enterprise fund. Budget amounts are accounted for on a modified accrual basis of accounting. 2 Miscellaneous expenses include: Bond Insurance Costs, Bank Ser\Ace Charge, Transponder Materials. 'Depreciation and amortization are not budgeted items. Capital Asset Activity Percent(%) 6.5 15.1 8.1 2.4 10.2 65.1 20.5 47.4 58.7 52.7 (0.5) 42.6 88.6 4.7 72.5 NIA 29.2 3.2 18.0 NIA 9.6 NIA (43.3) NIA 6.8 NIA 29.5 NIA NIA 22.2 During the ten months ending April 30, 2013, capital asset activities included approximately $261, 151 for the purchase of transponders, $8,352 for leasehold improvements and $7 ,323 for the purchase of equipment for the customer service center . 9 ATTACHMENT C • m OCTA Orange County Transportation Authority • As of May 31, 2013 • Operations Overview Traffic and Revenue Statistics Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for May 2013 was 1,081,302. This represents a daily average of 34,881. This is a 3.2% increase in total traffic volume from the same period last year when traffic levels totaled 1,047,289. Potential toll revenue for the month was $3,146,199 which represents an increase of 4.5% from the prior year's total of $3,010,087. Carpool percentage for the month was 23.99% as compared to the previous year's rate of 23.64%. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of May 2013. Current Month-to-Date (MTD) as of May 31, 2013 (Fiscal Year (FY) 2012-13 data is for the corresponding month in that fiscal year) Average Full Toll Lanes $3.74 $3.48 $0.26 Average 3+ Lanes $0.29 $0.26 $0.03 Average Revenue Per Trip $2.91 $2.64 $0.27 7.5% $3.68 1.6% 11.5% $0.29 0.0% 10.2% $2.87 1.4% 2 • • • • • • The 2013 fiscal year-to-date (YTD) traffic volume is 1.3% higher than the same period last year . The 2013 fiscal year-to-date revenue is 1.3% higher than for the same period last year. Year-to- date average revenue per-trip is $2.88. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2012 through May 2013. FY 2012-13 to Date as of May 31, 2013 (FY 2012-13 data is for the period July 1, 2012 through May 31, 2013; FY 2011-12 data is for the corresponding period in that fiscal year.) Average Full Toll Lanes $3.72 $3.52 $0.20 5.7% $3.70 0.5% Average 3+ Lanes $0.28 $0.27 $0.01 3.7% $0.30 (6.7%) Average Revenue Per Trip $2.88 $2.68 $0.20 7.5% $2.88 0.0% 3 Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2012-13 on a monthly basis. 1,400,000 1,225,000 1,050,000 • 875,000 E ::s Ci 700,000 > 525,000 350,000 175,000 FY 2012-13 Traffic Volume Overview Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Month j a Full Toll Lanes a3+ Lanes j The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2012-13 on a monthly basis. FY 2012-13 Revenue Summary $3,300,000 $3,200,000 $3,100,000 $3,000,000 I 4> $2,900,000 > 4> 0:: $2,800,000 $2,700,000 $2,600,000 $2,500,000 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Oec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May.13 Jun-13 Month •FullTQJI Lanes al+ Lanes 4 • • • • • • Peak traffic hours in the eastbound direction reached or exceeded 90% or more of defined capacity four times during the month of May 2013. As demonstrated on the next chart, westbound peak hour traffic volumes top out at 67% of defined capacity. EASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES PM Time 1400. 1500 1500. 1600 1600 -1700 1700 -1800 1800. 1900 1900. 2000 PM Time 1400 -1500 $4.25 1500. 1600 $4.60 1600. 1700 $4.55 1700 • 1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900. 2000 $3.25 PM Time 1400 -1500 $4.25 1500-1600 $4.60 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700. 1800 $4.85 202 1,394 41% $4.25 471 2, 183 64% $3.70 414 2,515 74% $5.80 369 2,253 66% $5.25 367 1,890 56% $3.60 209 909 27% $3.25 234 1,500 44% $4.25 539 2,347 69% $3.70 514 2,857 84% $5.80 439 2,641 78% $5.25 204 1,507 44% $4.25 477 2,492 73% $3.95 477 2, 755 81% $6.80 424 2,592 76% $6.50 443 2,118 62% $3.60 238 1,189 35% $3.25 228 1,581 47% $4.25 515 2,613 77% $3.95 538 2,939 86% $6.80 486 2,908 86% $6.50 71% $4.45 2,856 84% $9.55 664 3,017 89% 523 3,037 89% $8.95 550 3,023 89% $9.10 515 2,854 84% 497 2,956 87% $8.30 504 2,962 87% $$; .. I ''.)€jjj '1!'.US8 90% 500 2,632 77% $4.40 486 2,510 74% $5.50 523 2,390 70% 286 1,295 38% $4.70 307 1,542 45% $5.15 373 1,652 49% 247 1,660 49% $4.40 269 1,829 54% $3.10 288 2,219 65% 522 2,693 79% $4.45 553 2,947 87% $9.55 622 2,960 87% 531 2,941 87% $8.95 536 3,038 89% $9.10 535 2,948 87% 474 2, 727 80% $8.30 490 2,863 84% $6.00 496 2,966 87% 472 2,308 68% $4.40 505 2,544 75% $5.50 516 2,531 74% 278 1, 177 35% $4. 70 304 1,388 41% $5.15 365 1,481 44% 249 1,672 49% $4.40 290 1,874 55% $3.10 407 2, 777 82% 513 2,640 78% $4.45 532 2,862 84% $9.55 635 2, 946 87% 497 2,958 87% $8.95 532 2,940 86% $9.10 521 2,918 86% 487 2.829 83% !I'"!'',£,~ ···~ 1 : 1'1% $6.oo 380 2,245 66% 1800-1900 $4.60 413 1,960 58% $3.60 492 2,411 71% $3.60 450 2,410 71% $4.40 483 2,665 78% $5.50 505 2,540 75% 1900. 2000 $3.25 228 1,007 30% $3.25 291 1,240 36% $3.25 291 1,340 39% $4.70 352 1,551 46% $5.15 373 1,487 44% PM Time 1400. 1500 1500 -1600 1600 -1700 $4.55 1700 . 1800 $4.85 1800 -1900 $4.60 1900. 2000 $3.25 PM Time 1400. 1500 515 69% 2, 712 80% $3.95 490 2,788 82% $5.80 516 2,855 84% $6.80 452 2, 710 80% $5.25 440 2,834 83% $6.50 398 2, 129 63% $3.60 462 2,433 72% $3.60 235 1,294 38% $3.25 297 1,392 41% $3.25 510 530 459 499 374 81% $4.45 2, 906 85% $8.95 2,806 83% $8.30 489 2,853 2, 758 81% $4.40 481 2,688 1,634 48% $4.70 385 1,795 2,881 85% 497 2,625 77% 452 2,461 72% 456 1,985 58% 410 1,477 43% 1500. 1600 $3.55 283 706 21% 519 2,599 76% $3.95 554 2,769 81% $4.45 521 2,756 1600. 1700 $3.55 298 676 20% $5.80 459 2,618 77% $6.80 515 3,023 89% $8.95 533 3,021 1700. 1800 $3.55 291 642 19% $5.25 456 2, 798 82% $6.50 462 2,900 85% $8.30 496 2,942 87% $6.00 495 3,009 89% 1800 -1900 $3.55 341 1900. 2000 $3.55 402 717 744 21% $3.60 22% $3.25 418 2,224 65% $3.60 460 2,573 76% $4.40 452 2,459 72% $5.50 501 2,423 71% 285 1,220 36% $3.25 359 1,587 47% $4.70 330 1,598 47% $5.15 409 1,751 52% 5 WESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES AMTime 0400 -0500 0500 -0600 0600 -0700 0700 -0800 0800-0900 0900-1000 AMTime 0400 -0500 $2. 50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800 -0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3. 40 AMTime 0400 -0500 $2. 50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800 -0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 AMTime 282 861 25% $2.50 521 1,800 53% $4.10 562 2, 149 63% $4.25 460 1,958 58% $4.75 233 1,721 51% $4.25 175 1,455 43% $3.40 304 781 23% $2.50 567 1,908 56% $4.10 510 2,028 60% $4.25 458 2,003 59% $4. 75 247 1,699 50% $4.25 187 1,425 42% $3.40 0400 -0500 $2.50 320 795 23% $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 546 1,886 55% $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 516 2,079 61% $4.25 0700-0800 $4.75 450 1,918 56% $4.75 0800 -0900 $4.25 250 1,741 51% $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 198 1,516 45% $3.40 AMTime 0400-0500 $1.35 0500 -0600 $1.35 0600 -0700 $1.35 29 36 48 62 99 118 2% $2.50 3% $4.10 3% $4.25 277 775 23% $2.50 576 1,872 55% $4.10 548 2, 199 65% $4.25 414 1,771 52% $4.75 189 1,548 46% $4.25 240 1,500 44% $3.40 305 734 22% $2.50 550 1,785 53% $4.10 580 2,285 67% $4.25 487 2,045 60% $4. 75 250 1,706 50% $4.25 177 1,401 41% $3.40 324 842 25% $2.50 581 1,857 55% $4.10 551 2, 135 63% $4.25 473 1,929 57% $4.75 252 1,748 51% $4.25 197 1,683 50% $3.40 300 793 23% $2.50 547 1,873 55% $4.10 546 2, 170 64% $4.25 433 1,510 44% 555 2,089 61% $4.25 534 2, 196 65% $4.75 280 1,915 56% $4.25 179 1,576 46% $3.40 287 741 22% $2.50 571 1,835 54% $4.10 602 2, 167 64% $4.25 449 1, 975 58% $4. 75 235 1,685 50% $4.25 177 1,273 37% $3.40 304 724 21% $2.50 587 1,833 54% $4.10 585 2, 132 63% $4.25 487 2,031 60% $4.75 228 1,702 50% $4.25 191 1,608 47% $3.40 272 677 20% $2.50 572 1,849 54% $4.10 576 2,234 66% $4.25 472 1,991 59% $4.75 270 1,725 51% $4.25 201 1,364 40% $3.40 301 719 21% $2.50 566 1,802 53% $4.10 550 2, 148 63% $4.25 1,931 57% $3.95 524 1,677 49% 584 2, 169 64% $4.10 464 2,037 60% $4.60 240 1,680 49% $4.10 163 1,495 44% $3.40 290 754 22% $2.50 558 1,849 54% $3.95 574 2,203 65% $4.10 487 2,082 61% $4.60 204 1,662 49% $4.10 162 1,336 39% $3.40 322 877 26% $2.50 550 1,848 54% $3.95 547 2, 192 64% $4.10 477 2,060 61% $4.60 272 1,785 53% $4.10 201 1, 713 50% $3.40 319 789 23% $2.50 572 1,903 56% $3.95 572 2, 175 64% $4.10 435 1,899 56% $4.60 246 1,558 46% $4.10 193 1,354 40% $3.40 286 785 23% $2.50 562 2, 148 63% $3.95 533 2, 130 63% $4.10 557 2,017 59% 400 1,705 50% 214 1,392 41% 190 1,221 36% 258 525 520 420 211 206 279 543 521 432 223 135 276 528 528 360 186 155 295 502 525 670 20% 1,700 50% 1,954 57% 1,820 54% 1,478 43% 1,298 38% 730 21% 1,759 52% 1,969 58% 1,846 54% 1,353 40% 1,046 31% 699 21% 1,702 50% 1,888 56% 1,403 41% 1,094 32% 946 28% 840 25% 1,630 48% 1,987 58% 0700-0800 $1.35 83 202 6% $4.75 430 1,921 57% $4.75 454 1,948 57% $4.75 426 1,760 52% $4.60 424 1,847 54% 0800-0900 $2.15 132 304 9% $4.25 245 1,689 50% $4.25 250 1,666 49% $4.25 255 1,757 52% $4.10 218 1,199 35% 0900-1000 $3.05 248 588 17% $3.40 183 1,504 44% $3.40 170 1,542 45% $3.40 176 1,545 45% $3.40 190 1,032 30% 6 • • • • • • Transponder Distribution Status TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION May-13 April-13 FY 2012-13 Tags % of Total Tags % of Total ~"~erage To-Date" Issued To New Accounts 738 28.6% 697 27.1% Additional Tags to Existin(:J Accounts, ...... 507 19.6% 557 21.6% Replacement Transponders 1,337 Total Issued 2,582 Returned Account aosures 702 Accounts Downsizing Defective Transponders 1,148 .. Total Returned 1,923 At the end of May 2013, the 91 Express Lanes had 112,753 active customer accounts, with 168,218 transponders assigned to those accounts. 120,000 115,000 110,000 105,000 100,000 95,000 90,000 // Number of Accounts by Fiscal Year As of May 31, 2013 119,992 F'tseal Year 7 Operational Highlights On-road Operations Customer Assistance Specialists (CAS) responded to 122 calls during May. The CAS team received 67 calls to assist disabled vehicles, 6 calls to remove debris and conducted 34 assists or traffic breaks. The CAS provided assistance to 1 O accidents in the Express Lanes and 5 accidents in the general-purpose lanes. Violations Enforcement Light Project In May 2013, 3M Company, formerly Federal Signal Technologies, completed the installation and testing of the violation enforcement indicator lights for the Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM) system on the 91 Express Lanes. The enforcement indicator lights will better assist the California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers in identifying potential toll violators on the Express Lanes. 8 • • • • • • Financial Highlights 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement Operating expenses: Contracted services Administrative fee Other professional services Credit card processing fees Toll road account servicing Other insurance expense Toll road maintenance supply repairs Patrol services Building equipment repairs and maint Other services Utilities Office expense Bad debt expense Miscellaneous <2> Leases Total operating expenses De reciation and amortization <3 > loss Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Federal assistance grants Interest income Investment gain on derivative instrument Interest expense Other Total nono Transfers in Transfers out Net income loss 6,855,552.28 7,063,880.00 208,327.72 1,802,412.37 2,006,587.00 204,174.63 390,745.34 1, 127,090.00 736,344.66 782,691.41 985,028.00 202,336.59 551,523.93 973,774.00 422,250.07 284,971.77 687,225.00 402,253.23 116,792.57 231,173.00 114,380.43 368,339.45 366,520.00 (1,819.45) 318,541.11 556,570.00 238,028.89 13,678.96 123,695.00 110,016.04 15,669.27 16,489.00 819.73 26,320.90 101,157.00 74,836.10 115,048.12 (115,048.12) 161,565.38 229,065.00 67,499.62 353,938.29 380,270.00 26,331.71 12, 157,791.15 14,848,523.00 2,690,731.85 3,568,558.67 3,568,558.67 21,367,360.96 18,894, 191.00 2,473, 169.96 629,378.16 1,059,228.00 (429,849.84) 1,311,906.85 1,311,906.85 (5,344, 113.00) (5, 797,682.00) 453,569.00 18,675.73 18,675.73 3,384, 152.26 4,738,454.00 1,354,301. 7 4 1,176.94 1,176.94 $ 17,982,031.76 $ 14, 155,737.00 $ 3,826,294.76 'Actual amounts are accounted for on the accrual basis of accounting in an enterprise fund. Budget amounts are accounted for on a modified accrual basis of accounting. 2 Miscellaneous expenses include: Bond Insurance Costs, Bank Ser.ice Charge, Transponder Materials. 3 Depreciation and amortization are not budgeted items. Capital Asset Activity 8.1 18.5 9.9 2.9 10.2 65.3 20.5 43.4 58.5 49.5 (0.5) 42.8 88.9 5.0 74.0 NIA 29.5 6.9 18.1 NIA 13.1 NIA (40.6) NIA 7.8 NIA 28.6 NIA NIA 27.0 During the eleven months ending May 31, 2013, capital asset activities included approximately $327,590 for the purchase of transponders, $8,352 for leasehold improvements and $7,323 for the purchase of equipment for the customer service center. 9 ATTACHMENT D • m OCTA Orange County-Authority • As of June 30, 2013 • Operations Overview Traffic and Revenue Statistics Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for June 2013 was 1,057,130. This represents a daily average of 35,238. This is a 0.3% increase in total traffic volume from the same period last year when traffic levels totaled 1,053,489. Potential toll revenue for the month was $2,891,230 which represents a decrease of 0.8% from the prior year's total of $2,913,656. Carpool percentage for the month was 25.78% as compared to the previous year's rate of 25.23%. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of June 2013. Current Month-to-Date (MTD) as of June 30, 2013 (Fiscal Year (FY) 2012-13 data is for the corresponding month in that fiscal year) Average Full Toll Lanes $3.59 $3.49 $0.10 Average 3+ Lanes $0.26 $0.27 ($0.01) Average Revenue Per Trip $2.73 $2.66 $0.07 2.9% $3.61 (0.6%) (3.7%) $0.28 (7.1%) 2.6% $2.77 (1.4%) 2 • • • • • • The 2013 fiscal year-to-date (YTD) traffic volume is 1.2% higher than the same period last year . The 2013 fiscal year-to-date revenue is 1.1% higher than for the same period last year. Year-to- date average revenue per-trip is $2.87. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue forthe months of July 2012 through June 2013. FY 2012-13 to Date as of June 30, 2013 (FY 2012-13 data is for the period July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013; FY 2011-12 data is for the corresponding period in that fiscal year.) Average Full Toll Lanes $3.71 $3.52 $0.19 5.4% $3.69 0.5% Average 3+ Lanes $0.28 $0.27 $0.01 3.7% $0.30 (6.7%) Average Revenue Per Trip $2.87 $2.68 $0.19 7.1% $2.87 0.0% 3 Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2012-13 on a monthly basis. 1,400,000 1,225,000 1,050,000 CD E 875,000 :::3 0 700,000 > 525,000 350,000 175,000 FY 2012-13 Traffic Volume Overview Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Ocl-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Month j &Full Toll Lanes B3+ Lanes j The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2012-13 on a monthly basis. $3,300,000 FY 2012-13 Revenue Summary $3,200,000 $3,100,000 $3,000,000 .. :I $2,900,000 c ~ a: $2,800,000 $2,700,000 $2,600,000 $2,500,000 Jul-12 Aug-12 Sep-12 Oct-12 Nov-12 Dec-12 Jan-13 Feb-13 Mar-13 Apr-13 May-13 Jun-13 Month I •Full Toll Lanes •3+ Lanes I 4 • • • • • • Peak traffic hours in the eastbound direction reached or exceeded 90% or more of defined capacity six times during the month of June 2013. As demonstrated on the next chart, westbound peak hour traffic volumes top out at 65% of defined capacity. EASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES PM Time ;ru 1400-1500 $4.25 265 1,491 44% $4.25 265 1,561 46% $4.25 284 1,564 46% $4.40 335 1,849 54% $3.10 406 2,567 76% 1500-1600 $4.60 567 2,418 71% $3.70 559 2,533 75% $3.95 538 2,694 79% $4.45 573 2,733 80% $9.55 699 2,843 84% 1600-1700 $4.55 497 2,792 82% $5.80 511 2,712 80% $6.80 515 2,900 85% $8.95 525 2,833 83% $9.10 504 2,827 83% 1700-1800 $4.85 438 2,670 79% $5.25 474 2,672 79% $6.50 450 2,754 81% $8.30 514 2,960 87% $6.00 456 2,789 82% 1800-1900 $4.60 468 2, 103 62% $3.60 480 2,311 68% $3.60 490 2,537 75% $4.40 515 2,651 78% $5.50 590 2,720 80% 1900-2000 $3.25 295 1, 167 34% $3.25 336 1,331 39% $3.25 315 1,381 41% $4.70 376 1,637 48% $5.15 402 1,713 50% PM Time 1400-1500 1500-1600 $4.60 527 2,472 73% $3.70 573 88% 562 2,756 81% 2,749 81% 0'!" 1600 -1700 $4.55 554 2,821 83% 1~UO 1"11 93%; $6.80 548 2,953 87% $8.95 519 2,781 82% $9.10 550 2,828 83% 1700 -1800 $4.85 449 2,714 80% $5.25 490 2,967 87% $6.50 469 2,820 83% $8.30 515 2,955 87% $6.00 514 2,983 88% 1800 -1900 $4.60 474 2,244 66% $3.60 492 2,494 73% $3.60 465 2,547 75% $4.40 606 2,924 86% $5.50 562 2,560 75% 1900-2000 $3.25 263 1,121 33% $3.25 320 1,348 40% $3.25 361 1,545 45% $4.70 403 1,607 47% $5.15 484 1,902 56% PM Time 1400-1500 1500-1600 510 2,323 68% $3.70 2,953 87% 647 2,916 86% 1600-1700 $4.55 530 2,823 83% Iii ~-/!!!% $6.80 563 2,991 539 2,908 86% 1700-1800 $4.85 454 2,707 80% $5.25 495 2,863 84% $6.50 514 2,856 84% 491 2,847 84% 1800-1900 $4.60 497 2,390 7rf'/o $3.60 520 2,466 73% $3.60 473 2,464 72% $4.40 499 2, 328 68% 1900-2000 $3.25 286 1,240 36% $3.25 309 1,483 44% $3.25 368 1,569 46% $4.70 398 1,722 422 1,706 50% PM Time 1400-1500 $4.25 313 1,565 46% $4.25 309 1,666 49% $4.25 345 1,796 53% $4.40 370 1,924 57% $3.10 448 2,633 77% 1500-1600 $4.60 518 2,514 74% $3.70 534 2,656 78% $3.95 531 2,649 78% $4.45 543 2,810 83% $9.55 620 2,758 81% 1600 -1700 $4.55 510 2, 783 82% $5.80 532 2,829 83% $6.80 562 2,959 87% $8.95 593 2,986 88% $9.10 563 2,906 85% 1700-1800 $4.85 435 2,564 75% $5.25 503 2,862 84% $6.50 488 2,924 86% $8.30 533 2,957 87% $6.00 517 2,913 86% 1800-1900 $4.60 464 2,294 67% $3.60 503 2,579 76% $3.60 508 2,604 77% $4.40 542 2,681 79% $5.50 487 2,379 70% 1900-2000 $3.25 299 1,096 32% $3.25 314 1,529 45% $3.25 359 1,544 45% $4.70 398 1,700 50% $5.15 455 1,755 52% 5 WESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES AM Time 0400 -0500 $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 311 810 24% $2.50 572 1,884 55% $4.10 508 2,075 61% $4.25 0700 -0800 $4.75 487 1,969 58% $4.75 1,683 50% $4.25 1, 132 33% $3.40 0800-0900 $4.25 299 0900-1000 $3.40 194 AM Time 0400 -0500 $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800-0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 AM Time 0400 -0500 $2.50 0500 -0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800 -0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 AM Time 0400-0500 $2.50 0500-0600 $4.10 0600 -0700 $4.25 0700 -0800 $4. 75 0800-0900 $4.25 0900 -1000 $3.40 292 798 23% $2.50 553 1,868 55% $4.10 484 2,011 59% $4.25 448 1,941 57% $4.75 226 1,264 37% $4.25 218 1,534 45% $3.40 290 784 23% $2.50 545 1,872 55% $4.10 494 2,034 60% $4.25 389 1,767 52% $4.75 282 1,643 48% $4.25 257 1,341 39% $3.40 268 784 23% $2.50 554 1,809 53% $4.10 504 1,998 59% $4.25 388 1,800 53% $4.75 314 1,667 49% $4.25 226 1,212 36% $3.40 298 807 24% $2.50 563 1,856 55% $4.10 570 2, 194 65% $4.25 483 1,983 58% $4.75 281 1,717 51% $4.25 224 1,342 39% $3.40 306 766 23% $2.50 555 1,876 55% $4.10 551 2, 196 65% $4.25 480 2,050 60% $4.75 272 1,688 50% $4.25 271 1,741 51% $3.40 297 763 22% $2.50 546 1,854 55% $4.10 524 2, 160 64% $4.25 418 1,869 55% $4.75 288 1,623 48% $4.25 247 1,479 44% $3.40 289 719 21% $2.50 581 1,870 55% $4.10 489 1,972 58% $4.25 404 1,800 53% $4.75 270 1,650 49% $4.25 256 1,430 42% $3.40 313 795 23% $2.50 541 1,774 52% $4.10 550 2, 121 62% $4.25 474 281 201 1,989 59% $4.75 1,746 51% $4.25 1,349 40% $3.40 332 817 24% $2.50 567 1,818 53% $4.10 561 2, 163 64% $4.25 500 2,067 61% $4. 75 194 1,060 31% $4.25 259 1,404 41% $3.40 319 741 22% $2.50 556 1,828 54% $4.10 547 2, 129 63% $4.25 352 1,927 57% $4.75 260 1,571 46% $4.25 264 1,511 44% $3.40 291 758 22% $2.50 533 1,823 54% $4.10 514 2,001 59% $4.25 427 1,844 54% $4. 75 271 1,647 48% $4.25 319 1,684 50% $3.40 290 763 22% $2. 50 255 673 20% 560 1,815 53% $3.95 513 1,717 51% 570 2,218 65% $4.10 525 1,947 57% 458 254 196 1,938 57% $4.60 1,618 48% $4.10 1, 144 34% $3.40 288 713 21% $2.50 537 1,759 52% $3.95 531 2, 155 63% $4.10 501 2,071 61% $4.60 306 1,652 49% $4.10 266 1,630 48% $3.40 280 710 21% $2.50 563 1,899 56% $3.95 513 2,101 62% $4.10 403 1,888 56% $4.60 281 1,663 49% $4.10 295 1,552 46% $3.40 299 735 22% $2. 50 545 1,856 55% $3.95 509 2,089 61% $4.10 390 1,824 54% $4.60 273 1,721 51% $4.10 292 1,602 47% $3.40 430 241 229 259 500 507 398 296 246 259 498 511 351 293 242 269 478 454 349 281 311 1,657 49% 1,248 37% 1,094 32% 701 21% 1,718 51% 1,984 58% 1,739 51% 1,396 41% 1, 130 33% 667 20% 1,717 51% 1,874 55% 1,674 49% 1,418 42% 1,149 34% 702 21% 1,679 49% 1,867 55% 1,594 47% 1,480 44% 1,427 42% 6 • • • • • • Transponder Distribution Status TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION June-13 May-13 FY 20!2-13 Tags % of Total Tags % of Total Average To-Date Issued To New Accounts Additional Tags to Existing Accounts Replacement Transponders Returned Account aosures Accounts Downsizing Defective Transponders Total Issued Total Returned 691 576 572 216 1,242 2,030 26.3% 21.9% 28.2% 738 507 546 28.6% 19.6% 28.4% 740 513 551 183 28.6% 19.8% 27.4% 9.1% 63.5% At the end of June 2013, the 91 Express Lanes had 112,929 active customer accounts, with 168,507 transponders assigned to those accounts. 125,000 120,000 115,000 110,000 105,000 100,000 95,000 90,000 Number of Accounts by Fiscal Year As of June 30, 2013 ···········---------···------·--·--·-·-·--------------------------····-"'·-·---·--········-····--··-··--·---------·······-·······-·-··-··--·-·-···---····--···--·······, 119,992 Fiscal Year 7 Operational Highlights On-road Operations Customer Assistance Specialists (CAS) responded to 130 calls during June. The CAS team received 76 calls to assist disabled vehicles, 5 calls to remove debris and conducted 39 assists or traffic breaks. The CAS provided assistance to 3 accidents in the Express Lanes and 7 accidents in the general-purpose lanes. 8 • • • • • • Financial Highlights 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement Operating expenses: Contracted services Administrative fee Other professional services Credit card processing fees Toll road account servicing Other insurance expense Toll road maintenance supply repairs Patrol services Building equipment repairs and maint Other services Utilities Office expense Bad debt expense Miscellaneous <2l Leases Total operating expenses De reciation and amortization <3l loss Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Interest income Investment gain on derivative instrument Interest expense Other Total nono Transfers in Transfers out Net income loss 7,504,955.10 1,966,268.04 518,011.35 857,406.52 616,320.31 311,839.52 135,692.58 401,722.41 388,949.22 14,498.96 17,574.76 77, 158.58 115,067.28 178,828.84 371,782.67 13,476,076.14 3,884,293.15 23,209, 998.99 472,780.22 1,311,906.85 (5, 773,239.09) 21,368.53 3,967, 183.49 1, 176.94 $ 19,241,638.56 7,700,000.00 195,044.90 2,189,003.00 222,734.96 2, 178, 380. 00 1,660,368.65 1,075,000.00 217,593.48 1,055,750.00 439,429.69 750,000.00 438, 160.48 250,000.00 114,307.42 400,000.00 (1,722.41) 660,000.00 271,050.78 135,000.00 120,501.04 18,000.00 425.24 110,500.00 33,341.42 (115,067.28) 265,846.00 87,017.16 415,000.00 43,217.33 17,202,479.00 3,726,402.86 3,884,293.15 19,877,743.00 3,332,255.99 1, 134,489.00 (661, 708. 78) 1,311,906.85 (6,327,273.00) 554,033.91 21,368.53 5, 192,784.00 1,225,600.51 1,176.94 $ 14,684,959.00 $ 4,556,679.56 'Actual amounts are accounted for on the accrual basis of accounting in an enterprise fund. Budget amounts are accounted for on a modified accrual basis of accounting. 2 Miscellaneous expenses include: Bond Insurance Costs, Bank Ser.ice Charge, Transponder Materials. 3 Depreciation and amortization are not budgeted items. 4 Actuals are preliminary pre-closing amounts for FY 2012-13. Final numbers will be shown in the audited financial statements. Capital Asset Activity 2.5 10.2 76.2 20.2 41.6 58.4 45.7 (0.4) 41.1 89.3 2.4 30.2 NIA 32.7 10.4 21.7 NIA 16.8 (58.3) NIA 8.8 NIA 23.6 NIA NIA 31.0 During the twelve months ending June 30, 2013, capital asset activities included approximately $327,590 for the purchase of transponders, $8,352 for leasehold improvements and $7,323 for the purchase of equipment for the customer service center. 9 •m OCTA • • August 2, 2013 To: State Route 91 Advisory Committee From: Kirk Avil~eneral Manager, 91 Express Lanes Subject: 91 Express Lanes Toll Violations Process Overview Overview The Orange County Transportation Authority has invested in technology and enforcement measures to address the concern of toll evasion on the 91 Express Lanes. This report provides an overview of the toll violation process and actions taken for nonpayment of tolls and penalties in order to mitigate this issue . Recommendation Receive and file as an information item. Attachment A 91 Express Lanes Toll Violations Process Overview to the Board of Directors dated July 22, 2013 Orange County Transportation Authority 550 South Main Street I P.O. Box 141841 Orange I California 92863-15841 (714) 560-0CTA (6282) m .OCTA • • ATTACHMENT A COMMITTEE TRANSMITTAL July 22, 2013 To: Members of the Board of Directors From: Wendy Knowles, Clerk of the Board ~ Subject: 91 Express Lanes Toll Violations Process Overview Finance and Administration Committee Meeting of July 10. 2013 Present: Absent: Directors Hennessey, Jones, Lalloway, Moorlach, Pulido, Spitzer, and Ury Director Bates Committee Vote No action was taken on this item . Staff Recommendation Receive and file as an information item . Orange County Transportation Authority 550 South Main Street/ P.O. Box 141841 Orange I California 92863-15841 (714) 560-0CTA (6282) •m OCTA • • July 10, 2013 To: From: Subject: Overview Finance and Administration Co~I( ¥ Darrell Johnson,~f ~orcer I' 91 Express Lanes rf~ons Process Overview The Orange County Transportation Authority has invested in technology and enforcement measures to address the concern of toll evasion on the 91 Express Lanes. This report provides an overview of the toll violation process and actions taken for nonpayment of tolls and penalties in order to mitigate this issue . Recommendation Receive and file as an information item. Background Each year, about 12 million trips are taken on the 91 Express Lanes. Vehicles that travel through the toll plaza are charged a toll per the 91 Express Lanes Toll Policy (Policy} approved by the Board of Directors (Board) in July 2003. The process of toll violations enforcement is governed by the 91 Express Lanes Violations and Enforcement Ordinance, as approved by the Board on May 10, 2010. Individuals who use the 91 Express Lanes with an insufficient amount of funds in their account or without a valid transponder are issued a violation. Approximately 325,000 of the 12 million trips, or 2.7 percent, are classified as violations. A violation is a trip taken without a valid transponder being read and the vehicle license plate number not being registered to an active customer account of the 91 Express Lanes or any other toll agency in California. Of the 325,000 violations, approximately 4, 100 or 1.3 percent of total annual violations are attributable to confidential license plates . Orange County Transportation Authority 550South Main Street/ P.O. Box 14184/0range/Califomia 92863-15841(714) 560-0CTA (6282) 91 Express Lanes Toll Violations Process Overview Page2 Discussion Each toll lane on the 91 Express Lanes is equipped with technology that has the capability to record and charge trips to vehicles which do not have a transponder or have a transponder which is defective. When vehicles pass through the transponder reading devices, infrared cameras capture pictures of the vehicle license plate. The electronic toll collection system further processes the computerized reading of the license plate numbers and matches the license plate numbers against the following databases: 91 Express Lanes accounts, the Transportation Corridor Agencies accounts, other California toll agency accounts, or the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV} registration file. If the license identification matches one of the first three databases, the account is charged for the toll and the transaction is identified as a "plate read." Matches to the fourth database, the DMV registrations, that do not have a valid transponder account with a California toll agency will result in a toll violation. The OMV database is used to secure a name, vehicle identifier and registration address which are used to record and mail a violation notice to the registered vehicle owner. If a motorist is determined to be a toll violator, a violation notice will be sent. The violation notice allows three options to the motorists: They can either: 1. Complete an "Affidavit of Non-Liability" with proof the vehicle was a rental/leased, sold, or stolen; or 2. Contest the violation and request an "Administrative Investigation" in writing, explaining why the violation was not valid; or 3. Pay the toll plus penalty. The first violation notice mailed, the Notice of Toll Evasion Violation, includes a $25 violation penalty. If the motorist does not respond to the violation notice within 30 days, a second violation notice, the Notice of Delinquent Toll Evasion Violation (NDTEV), will be sent. The second notice informs the motorist that the violation is delinquent and increases the violatibn penalty to $55. However, if payment is received within 15 days from the issuance date of the NDTEV, the penalty is reduced to the original violation penalty amount of $25. If the violation is not paid within 60 days of sending the second violation notice {NDTEV), the violation is sent to a collection agency. At this stage, the penalty is increased to $80. If the motorist does not respond within 30 days, the • • • • • • 91 Express Lanes Toll Violations Process Overview Page3 violation penalty will escalate to $100 for the first violation in 12 months, $150 for the second violation in 12 months, and for the third and subsequent violations in 12 months, the violation penalty amount shall be no greater than 20 times the highest system toll in effect as of the date on which the violation occurs. The highest toll currently in effect is $9.55. As such, the current maximum penalty is $190. The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) was required to modify the escalated penalty amounts as a result of the Avery Settlement. The Avery Settlement, which became effective in April 2010, was the result of a class action lawsuit between Avery, et al., and OCTA, et al.,. The Avery class action challenged the procedures, policies, and practices of OCTA in assessing, collecting, and enforcing toll evasion penalties on the 91 Express Lanes. Prior to the settlement, OCTA escalated the penalties up to the State of California maximum level, which was $100 for the first violation in 12 months, $250 for the second violation in 12 months, and $500 for the third and subsequent violations in 12 months. For a cumulative amount of unpaid violations over $5,000 in which violators have declined to pay and are deemed collectible, civil judgments are pursued . Another method of collections enforcement is the lnteragency Intercept Collections. This is a program in which the State of California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) intercepts the tax refunds of Californians who owe delinquent amounts. The FTB also intercepts California State Lottery prizes. Once intercepted, the refunds and lottery prizes are redirected to the agencies to which the debts are owed. Confidential License Plates The OMV administers the Confidential Records Program. This program makes the residence address of certain public officials and employees confidential as specified in California Vehicle Code 1808.2, 1808.4 and 1808.6. At the request of the officials/employees, confidential license plates or "protected license plates" can be issued through the OMV to employees who meet the classification criteria for their own personal vehicle. This program also expands to include the qualified employee's spouse and child. Thus, when the license plate is queried against the OMV database, the affiliated agency is provided in lieu of the registered owner's home address. In 2008, staff developed a process to send violation notices and collect tolls from confidential license plate holders. A comprehensive agency directory was developed which lists the agency name and corresponding address. This agency directory was incorporated into the 91 Express Lanes' back-office 91 Express Lanes Toll Violations Process Overview Page4 system to allow for a similar notification process as regular toll violators. If a _. vehicle has a confidential license plate and travels through the 91 Express Lanes without a transponder or has a defective transponder, the license plate will be queried against the OMV database. When the OMV returns the information electronically with the registered owner's name and affiliated agency, the back-office system inserts the agency's corresponding address and sends the violation notice(s) to the registered owner at the agency address to pursue the payment of unpaid tolls. Additional contact is made with agency senior management to assist in the violation resolution if no response is received. Members of the 91 Advisory Committee have asked whether photographs, if taken of the passenger compartment and evidencing the driver of the vehicle with confidential license plate, could be utilized in the enforcement of the toll violation. Particularly, whether the OCTA could post said photographs on a website showing various violators or whether the photographs could be included with the violation notice sent to the agency address. After consultation with counsel, it appears both options would violate privacy requirements applicable to "subscribers" and "users" of a toll highway that • utilizes an electronic toll collection system. Specifically, Streets and Highways • Code (SHC) 31490, which prohibits a transportation agency from providing "personally identifiable information" of a subscriber or user of a toll highway to a third party. Personally identifiable information is defined by the statute to include photographs and license plate numbers. Other Deterrents In an effort to further deter motorists from evading tolls on the 91 Express Lanes, OCTA implemented the following: Violation Enforcement Indicator Lights OCTA contracts with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to provide enforcement services on the 91 Express Lanes. The CHP has been providing enforcement services since the facility opened in 1995. In May 2013, OCTA completed the violation enforcement indicator lights project. The indicator lights illuminate if the vehicle did not produce a valid transponder reading when it traveled under the toll gantry. This provides a visual cue for the CHP officers and provides them with probable cause to pull the vehicle over and investigate the transaction. It is a requirement for a motorist to have a transponder when traveling on the 91 Express Lanes. The CHP will issue a citation, if appropriate. • • • • 91 Express Lanes Toll Violations Process Overview Page5 The indicator lights will also assist CHP with vehicles that have paper plates (plates showing a dealer logo from the place of purchase), obstructed plates or no plates at all. These vehicles comprise about 200,000 trips or 1.7 percent of total trips. These types of violations are unenforceable because a license plate number cannot be determined. Special Enforcement Days In addition to the routine patrol provided by the CHP, special enforcement days were held at the request of OCTA. During the enforcement days, a number of CHP officers patrolled the 91 Express Lanes to look for toll violators. Briefings were held with the officers in order to inform them of the different types of violations to look for, such as paper plates, vehicles with no license plates, obstructed license plates, HOV3+ violators, and other types of violations. OCTA is working with the CHP to determine the next enforcement days in the upcoming months and will continue to hold the enforcement days on a more frequent basis. Summary OCT A has taken steps to address the many challenges of toll evasions by actively pursuing violators and by investing in technology to help identify toll violators. OCTA will continue to seek and implement improvements to further decrease violations on the 91 Express Lanes. Attachment None. Prepared by: Kirk Avila Treasurer/General Manager, Treasury/Toll Roads (714) 560-5674 Approved by: A:v-(tz!L· Andrew Oftelie Executive Director, Finance and Administration (714) 560-5649 • • • POWE RPO INT PRESENTATION • On average, 12 million trips taken annually • Violations comprise approximately 3% of all trips • Paper plates/obstructed plates are approximately 2% of all trips 14 Millions 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 2008-09 • Annual Traffic Volumes 12.7 2009-10 2010-11 Fiscal Year • 2011-12 2012-13e 2 • • Vehicle goes through the toll plaza • An image is taken of each vehicle's rear license plate • If there is not a valid transponder transaction for the vehicle trip, then the image of the license plate is used to locate the registered owner • License plate image is checked against 91 Express Lanes customer database and other California toll operator's customer database • If license plate image is not registered to a valid customer, then the image is sent to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to determine registered owner's address • A violation notice is triggered and the notice is sent to the registered owner's address 3 • Collections processing is a component of the Cofiroute operating contract • Cofiroute contracts with a collection agency and judgment attorneys to pursue uncollected toll violations • First violation notice is sent by Cofiroute ($25 penalty) • Second violation notice is sent by Cofiroute ($55 penalty) • Third violation notice is sent by collection agency ($80 penalty) • Fourth and subsequent violation notices are sent by collection agency ($100, $150, or $190 penalty) • • • • OMV administers the Confidential Records Program that makes residential addresses of certain public officials and employees confidential • OMV only provides registered name and place of employment (no address) for violations • OCTA queries place of employment name and matches an address from OCTA's back-office system for the violation notice • Additional efforts are made to agency senior management to assist with violation resolution if no response has been received s • • ~ c ~ QJ c E QJ E QJ u (./) QJ L.. ~ u ~ ..c L.. tlO 0 c "I-·-c UJ _J L.. 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