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11 November 20, 2006 Technical advisory committee78657 • TIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTI MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 A.M. November 20, 2006 Records Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3rd Floor *By request, agenda and minutes may be available in alternative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS Ahmad Ansari, City of Perris Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Duane Burk, City of Banning Bill Gallegos, City of Coachella Mike Gow, City of Hemet Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Bill Hughes, City of Temecula George Johnson, County of Riverside Tim Jonasson, City of Laauinta Jim Kinley, City of Murrieta Eunice Lovi, SunLine Transit Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, (Perris) and San Jacinto Les Nelson, PVVTA Dan Patneaude, City of Desert Hot Springs Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad aattan, City of Corona Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Anne Schneider, City of Calimesa Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Mark Stanley, Riverside Transit Agency Ruthanne Taylor Berger, WRCOG Bill Thompson, City of Norco Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley Allyn Waggle, CVAG Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells John Wilder, City of Beaumont Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 Anne Mayer, Deputy Executive Director 11.36.02 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may betaken on any item listed on the agenda. TIME: 10:00 A.M. DATE: November 20, 2006 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3rd Floor In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and government Code Section 54954.2, if you need special assistance to participate in a Committee meeting, please contact Riverside County Transportation Commission at (951) 787-7141. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to meeting time will assist staff in assuring that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility at the meeting. 1 CALL TO ORDER 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS 3 APPROVAL OF MINUTES PUBLIC COMMENTS (This is for comments on items not listed on agenda. Comments relating to an item on the agenda will be taken when the item is before the Committee.) 5 RTIP UPDATE (Attachment) • TRANSPORTATION BOND — NEXT STEPS (Verbal Presentation) 7. HBRR GROUP PROJECT FUNDING INDIVIDUAL PROJECT LISTS (Attachment) 8. FY 2006/07 OBLIGATION DELIVERY PLAN (Attachment) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 20, 2006 Page 2 9. AB 1012 EXTENSION (Verbal Presentation) 10. LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT (Verbal Presentation) 11. PROJECT DELIVERY SUBCOMMITTEE UPDATE (Verbal Presentation) 12. NOVEMBER S, 2006 COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS (Verbal Presentation) 13. OTHER BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS 14. ADJOURNMENT {The next meeting will be December 18, 2006, 10:00 A.M. in Banning.} • TECHNICAL ADRY COMMITTEE NOVEMB 20, 2006 • INITIAL CITY TAC MEMBER TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL BANNING 99 E. Ramsey St., Banning 92220-0998 DUANE BURK Director of Public Works 951-922-3130 951-922-3141 dburk@ci.banning.ca.us Kahono Oei citybanning@hotmail.com BEAUMONT E. MOE. JOHN WILDER Assistant Director of Public Works 951-769.8520 951-769-8526 ulcjohn1@aol.com Be92223 BLYTHE 440 S. M ' St., Blythe 925 JIM RODKEY Public Works Director 760-922-6611 x227 760-922-0278 jrodkey@cityofblythe.ca.gov Chad Aaby Acting City Engineer caaby@cityofblythe.ca.gov CVAG 73-710 Fred Waring Dr., Suite 200, Palm Desert 92260 ALLYN WAGGLE 760-346-1127 760-340-5949 awaggle@cvag.org Carol Clapper cciapper@cvag.org CALIMESA P. 0. Box 1190, Calimesa 92320 ANNE SCHNEIDER 909-795-9801 909-795-4399 aschneider@cityofcalimesa.net CALTRANS 464 W. 4th St., 6th Ff., San Bemardino 92401-1400 SEAN YEUNG 909-383-4030 909-383-4129 sean_yeung@dot.ca.gov Bill Mosby william_a_mosby@dot.ca.gov ifit-- CANYON LAKE 31516 Railroad Canyon Rd., Canyon Lake 92587 HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer 951-943-6504 951-943-8416 trilake@adelphia.net Eric Skaugset, Assistant Engineer eskaugset@sanjacintoca.us .i; er "7. �`Q T CATHEDRAL CITY 68-700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City 92234 BILL BAYNE 760-770•0360 760-202-1460 bbayne@cathedralcity.gov ���£�' )4014N lasJicGresjear+ PHo14NCCtt'HP�(Ln , G a✓ COACHELLA 1515 West Sixth Street, Coachella 92236 BILL GALLEGOS 760-398-5744 760-398-1630 bgallegos@coachella.org Senior Civil Engineer Department of Public Works tlucero@coachella.org n V'1�- : CORONA 400 South Vicentia Ave. Corona 92882 AMAD QATTAN Public Works Director Public Works Department 951-736-2236 951-736-2496 amadq@ci.corona.ca.us Ned Ibrahim Assistant Public Works Director ned.ibrahim@ci.corona.ca.us DESERT HOT SPRINGS - 65-950 Pierson Blvd., Desert Hot Springs 92240 DAN PATNEAUDE Public Works Director Engineering Department 760-329-6411 x243 760-288-0651 dpatneaude@a.desert-hot-springs.ca.us Ryan Duarte Associate Engineer 1 1 /16/2006 TECHNICAL AD RY COMMITTEE NOVEMB 20, 2006 INITIAL CITY TAC MEMBER TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL HEMET 510 E. Florida Avenue Hemet 92543 MIKE GOW 951-765-3712 951-765-2493 mgow@cityofhemet.org Linda Nixon f l� 1 INDIAN WELLS 44-950 Eldorado Dr., Indian Wells 92210-7497 TIM WASSIL Public Works Director/City Engineer Public Works Department 760-776-0237 760-346-0407 twassil@cityofindianwells.org Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II bbaker@cityofindianwells.org INDIO 100 Civic Center Mall, Indio 92202 AMIR MODARRESSI 760-342-6530 760-342-6556 amir@indio.org Jim Smith jsmith@indio.org osP.O.Box LA QUINTA 1504, 78-495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta 92253 TIMOTHY JONASSON Public Works Director/City Engineer 760-777-7042 760-R7-7155 tjonasson@la-quinta.org Nick Nickerson nnickerson@naiconsulting.com 166 LAKE ELSINORE 130 South Main St., Lake Elsinore 92530 KEN SEUMALO City Engineer Community Development Department 951-674-3124 x244 951-471-1418 kseumalo@lake-elsinore.org Ed Basubas Senior Civil Engineer ebasubas@lake-elsinore.org MORENO VALLEY P.O.Box 88005, Moreno Valley 92552-0805 CHRIS VOGT Public Works Director/City Engineer 951-413-3105 951-413-3170 chrisv@moval.org Craig Neustaedter craign@moval.org 12/0 MURRIETA 26442 Beckman Court, Murrieta 92562 JIM KINLEY Director of Public Works/City Engineer 951 as1 sm7 s51-ss6�5os jkinley@murrieta.org Russ Napier Capital Improvement Program Manager mapier@murrieta.org NORCO 2870 Clark Ave., P.O.Box 428, Norco 92860-0428 BILL THOMPSON Director of Public Works 951-270-5607 951-270-5622 bthompson@ci.norco.ca.us Lori Askew Associate Engineer Laskew@ci.norco.ca.us OAPALM DESERT 73-510 Fred Waring Dr., Palm Desert 92260- 2578 MARK GREENWOOD Director of Public works 760-776-6450 760-341-7098 mgreenwood@ci.palm-desert.ca.us Alana Townsend atownsend@ci.palm-desert.ca.us 16 PALM SPRINGS 3200 Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs 92262 DAVE BARAKIAN Director of Public Works/ City Engineer 760-323-8253 x8732 760-322-8325 Dave.Barakian@palmsprings-ca.gov Marcus Fuller PVVTA 125 West Murphy St., Blythe 92225 LES NELSON City Manager 760-922-6161 760-922-4938 Inelson@cityofblythe.ca.gov 11 /16/2006 TECHNICAL ADIRY COMMITTEE NOVEMB 20, 2006 • • INITIAL CITY TAC MEMBER TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL PERRIS 101 North 'D' St., Perris 92570 AHMAD ANSARI Public Works Director 951-943-6100x237 951-943-8591 aansari@cityofperris.org Habib Motlagh P.' City Engineer trilake@adelphia.net RTA 1825 Third St., Riverside 92517-1968 MARK STANLEY Director of Planning 951-565-5130 951-565-5131 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Mike McCoy Senior Planner Planning Department mmccoy@riversidetransit.com RANCHO MIRAGE 69-825 Highway 111, Rancho Mirage 92270 BRUCE HARRY Director of Public Works 760-770-3224 760-770-3261 bruceh@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us Randy Viegas Project Manager randyv@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us �; %� —Vs() \t RNERSIDE 3900 Main St., Riverside 92522 TOM BOYD Deputy Public Works Director/ City Engineer 951-826-5575 951 826-5542 TBoyd@riversideca.gov Siobhan Foster sfoster@riversideca.gov RIVERSIDE COUNTY 4080 Lemon St., Riverside 92501 GEORGEJOHNSON Director of Transportation Transportation and Land Management Agency 951-955-6740 951-955-3198 GJohnson@rctlma.org Juan Perez Deputy Director of Transportation jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us P...., RIVERSIDE COUNTY 4080 Lemon St., Riverside 92501 JUAN PEREZ Deputy Director of Transportation Transportation and Land Management Agency 951-955-6740 951-955-3198 jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us George Johnson Director of Transportation GJohnson@rctlma.org t. SAN JACINTO 201 E. Main St., San Jacinto 92583 HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer 951-943-6504 951-94343416 trilake@adelphia.net Eric Skaugset, Assistant Engineer eskaugset@sanjacintoca.us t &LATrail, SUN LINE 32-505 Hry Oliver Thousaarnd Palms 92276 EUNICE LOVI Director of Planning 760-343-3456 X119 760-343-3845 elovi@sunline.org TEMECULA 43200 Business Park Dr., Temecula 92590 BILL HUGHES Director of Public Works/City Engineer Public Works Department 951-694-6411 951-694-6475 bill.hughes@cityoftemecula.org Ron Parks Deputy Public Works Director WRCOG 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside 92501 RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER 951-955-8304 951-787-7991 berger@wrcog.cog.ca.us (�cJi�y(S eI s ( fA Z -142 . v ,c(jt5 Romeo C i'R-op i e. li(2-6.4s4- Ro,46s. 63,-+ 1 1 / 16/2006 • • MINUTES • • • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, September 18, 2006 1. Call to Order Tom Boyd, Chair, called the meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to order at 10:05 A.M. at the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. 2. Self -Introductions Members Present: Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Mike Gow, City of Hemet Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Bill Hughes, City of Temecula George Johnson, County of Riverside Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Craig Neustaedter, City of Moreno Valley Dan Patneaude, City of Desert Hot Springs Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad Qattan, City of Corona Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Mark Stanley, Riverside Transit Agency Bill Thompson, City of Norco Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells John Wilder, City of Beaumont Sean Yeung, Ca!trans Others Present: Fred Alamolhoda, Municipal Engineering Resources Marlin Feenstra, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Aaron Hake, RCTC Ken Lobeck, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 18, 2006 Page 2 3. Approval of Minutes Minutes approved. 4. Public Comments There were no public comments. 5. CALIFORNIA BALLOT INITIATIVE UPDATE Aaron Hake, RCTC, reported that if the Governor signs the Grade Separations bill, AB 2630, it would free up the Public Utility Commission (PUC) funding Section 190 account. Currently, cities are restricted to withdrawing from the PUC Section 190 account only once every 10 years. AB 2630 would lift the restriction allowing agencies to reapply for PUC funding as it is deemed available by Ca!trans. If Proposition 1 B passes, the PUC Section 190 program would see a $250 million infusion. He also reported that the Commission is opposed to Proposition 90 relating to eminent domain. However, it is polling favorably at this time. Mr. Hake stated that Mark Watts, lobbyist, spoke to Commissioners at the retreat last week and advised that Proposition 1A (the Prop. 42 "fix") is polling very high and Proposition 1 B (the transportation infrastructure bond) is passable. , He further highlighted the list of earmarks that have been provided in the House Bill, including grade separations in Riverside, Ramon Road/Bob Hope Interchange, SunLine and Riverside Transit Agency projects. The Senate has approved a $3 million earmark for the Perris Valley Line. The bills will go to conference and staff is certain that the Perris Valley Line will remain in the bill. Mr. Hake responded to various questions. 6. 2006 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (RTIP) AND AMENDMENT 01 DEVELOPMENT UPDATE Ken Lobeck, RCTC, indicated that the 2006 RTIP is moving forward to final approval with FHWA, FTA and EPA with approval expected about October 4. No major issues have surfaced. A reprogramming of the SAFETEA LU earmarks was done per direction of FHWA. He emphasized the list of projects currently programmed with the SAFETEA LU earmarks and how they were reprogrammed in 20% increments. He further indicated that Advanced • • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 18, 2006 Page 3 Construction funds were also programmed per the direction of Caltrans Headquarters. That means that if there is a $5 million earmark, 60% (or $3 million) of that earmark can be programmed. All $5 million will be programmed but only $3 million can be obligated; therefore, reimbursement for the last $2 million will be reimbursed over the last two years. He stated that regarding Amendment 01, he would send out the TIP sheets to lead agencies shortly. If an amendment is required, agencies should return the marked -up TIP sheets to him no later than October 17th. The RTIP amendment is due to SCAG no later than November 3rd. SCAG will not accept any further late submissions. In response to a question regarding HBRR amendments, Shirley Medina, RCTC, suggested that staff work with Terry Abbott in Sacramento to get better updated schedules so projects can be properly reflected in the RTIP. Mr. Lobeck requested copies of HBRR letters to start a review and analysis. Shirley Medina said there is a statewide effort to review project delivery, which includes programming issues. There is a two-tier group being formed to include policy makers, executive directors and another tier would involve Caltrans engineers, local agencies and county transportation commission staff. . AUGUST 2006 PROJECT MILESTONE REPORTS STATUS UPDATE Ken Lobeck thanked the members for sending their updated project information. He further indicated that about 25 are still missing. Preliminary obligation projections have been made through 2006/07, which will be sent on to Local Assistance. Ken reminded TAC members to be aware that obligation approvals are now taking on average of ninety days or longer which may impact the project schedules. Shirley Medina reminded the agencies that have not yet returned their project milestone reports to do so very quickly. CALTRANS LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT a. NEPA Mobil Source Air Toxics (MSAT} Required Study Sean Yeung, Chief, Caltrans Local Assistance, provided a short overview of the new MSAT requirement. MSAT is a new NEPA requirement applicable to all air basins in the SCAG region. Sean explained the MSAT requirement appeared back in February 2006 Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 18, 2006 Page 4 in the Federal Register. As of August 3, 2006, the MSAT requirement applies to all projects that do not have a completed environmental document. The exception is for projects that will have a Categorical Exclusion (CE) environmental document. CE projects appear to be exempt from the MSAT requirement. Numerous questions were raised about the MSAT requirement, the impact it may have in further delaying projects, and its relationship to the PM 2.5 requirement. Sean explained that unlike the PM 2.5 requirement, the MSAT requirement is a NEPA requirement and not a conformity issue. He added that while the MSAT requirement does discuss interagency consultation, it did not appear that the MSAT requirement would be handled in the same fashion as the PM 2.5 requirement. Sean stated that the MSAT requirement should be completed through the normal NEPA process and it was unlikely that agencies will have to complete MSAT conformity review forms and submit them to SCAG for interagency consultation. Sean admitted that further guidance is needed from FHWA to ensure the MSAT process is clear and understood well by all. b. inactive Projects Sean Yeung stated that there are half a dozen inactive projects at this time. He circulated an assignment sheet to the local agencies and said he should be contacted if any agency has not received the sheet. The assignment sheet lists all the engineers along with their contact numbers and the person assigned to individual agencies. In response to a question regarding disaster emergency projects, Mr. Yeung stated that he would find out. c. PM 2.5 Update and Workshop Announcement Sean provided some additional details concerning the planned PM 2.5 Workshop to be held at Caltrans on October 17, 2006. He stated that the workshop will be approximately two hours with a morning and afternoon session people can attend. The focus of the workshop will lean more on the PM 2.5 process concerning quantitative conformity reviews and probably less on the Qualitative Analysis component. Because of the ongoing issues on developing clear requirements to complete a Qualitative Analysis of , ocai Advisory -Committee Meeting Page, 'a and the short duration for the PM 2.5 workshop, very little is expected to be covered about the Qualitative analysis requirement. Sean added that there might have to be a follow-on separate workshop just to cover the Qualitative Analysis. Sean indicated that the PM 2.5 workshop will be a SCAG region - wide workshop and representatives from FHWA and EPA are expected to be presenters at the workshop. Expected attendees will include project agency staff, project consultants, SCAG staff, Caltrans staff, and AQMD staff. A question was raised about the feasibility of developing a boiler plate to complete a Qualitative Analysis. He acknowledged a boiler plate is needed to resolve the issues in completing an acceptable PM 2.5 Qualitative Analysis. Because of the issues surrounding the Qualitative Analysis, Sean indicated that a boiler plate might still be well off into the future. d. Other Workshops (September 21, 2006 PES/Section 106) Sean discussed the upcoming Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) form and Section 106 workshop that will be held on September 21, 2006 at Caltrans. He stated that the intent is to provide further guidance on completing the PES form along with an overview of the Section 106 requirement to help facilitate an improved environmental review process. Sean indicated that the PES/Section 106 workshop will be more of an overview and that. there are more detailed workshops available that cover federal NEPA requirements. He added that presently reservations have filled almost all of the available seats. Sean concluded his remarks by stating that he looked forward to seeing 'everyone who will be attending and anticipates that the workshop will be a positive experience. T.AC SUBCOMMITTEE REPORT ON PROJECT DELIVERY SEPTEMBER 14, 200 MEETING Shidey Medina reported that the meeting was cancelled and it will reconvene in October with discussion regarding the project charter. She said that in response to Paul Engstrom's recent presentation, two agencies had submitted comments on the project charter and she encouraged additional comments be made to Caltrans with a copy to her. She indicated that she Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 18, 2006 Page 6 will contact Patti Smith and Syed Raza to talk, about encroachment permits and related requirements. 10. SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS Shirley Medina reported that one of the items at the retreat was looking at the TUMF revenues and how the TUMF increase can apply to the Regional Arterial program. $400 million was set aside in the Measure for TUMF revenue and it is hoped that an increase will be available. Another item of discussion was the prioritization and funding of grade separation projects. 11. OTHER BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS There was no other business or announcements. 12. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:15 A.M. The next meeting is scheduled for October 16, 2006, 10:00 A.M., Banning City Hall Civic Center, Large Conference Room, 99 East Ramsey Street, Banning, CA. Res eptfully submitted, �6-'1-Shirley Medina Program Manager • • AGENDA ITEM 5 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 20, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) and First Quarterly Amendment Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive an update on the 2006 RTIP and first quarterly amendment BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On October .2, 2006, FHWA approved California's 2006 Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (FSTIP). The FSTIP represents the first three years of every MPO's RTIP in California. By approving the FSTIP, all the MPO's RTIPs in California (which consists of SCAG's 2006 RTIP) are approved. The 2006 RTIP/FSTIP/FTIP replaces the 2004 RTIP with an official approval date of October 2, 2006. Included with this item is a copy of the FHWA approval letter. 2006 RTIP Amendment 01 and 02 Development of 1' quarterly Amendment to the 2006 RTIP has been completed and submitted to SCAG. Amendment 01 is a special amendment to correct and update the SHOPP lump sums. Amendment 02 is the regular first quarterly amendment to the 2006 RTIP. New exempt projects or amended projects part of Amendment 02 exceeded 100 projects. There are sixty-two new projects being added to the RTIP (primarily new exempt transit projects). The amendment included needed changes and new transit projects from the FY 07 SRTP. Follow-on steps that will now occur include SCAG's review of submitted project changes to determine if the changes are allowable through an amendment, dividing the amendment into a formal and administrative amendment, completion of a conformity review for the formal amendment, completion of a 30 day public notice requirement for the formal amendment, SCAG Regional Council approval of the administrative and formal amendment, submission of the amendment to Ca!trans HQ for review and approval with the formal amendment then being sent on to FHWA for review by FHWA, FTA, and EPA with final approval by FHWA. The administrative amendment does not require a conformity review, public notice or FHWA approval. The estimated approval for the administrative amendment should be around late January 2007 with the formal 0 amendment approved around late March 2007. Attachment: FHWA 2006 RTIPIFSTIP October 2, 2006 Approval Letter • OCT-02-2006 10:58 FROM:FTA REGION 9 4157442726 TO:9164985008 P.2'5 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTAT[ON FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION CALIFORNIA DIVISION 650 Carl 1013MalI, Suite 4-100 Sacramento, CA. 95814 October 2, 2006 1N REPLY REFER /A HDA-CA Document #: S49584 Mr. Will Kempton, Director California Department of Transportation 1120 N Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Attention: Federal Resources Office, MS #82 For Ross A. Chittenden, Transportation Programming Dear Mr. Kempton: SUBJECT: California 2007 Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program We have completed our review of California's proposed 2007 Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (2007 FSTIP), Statewide P€arming Certification and related supporting documentation that was submitted by the California Department of Transportation (Department) to the Federal Transit Administration (PTA) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) by letter dated August 31, 2006. We have also completed our reviews of the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) and Santa Barbaza County Association of Governments (SBCAG) 2007 Federal Transportation Improvement Programs (FTIPs) that were submitted by the Department for approval and inclusion in the 2007 FSTIP by letters dated September 15, 2006, and September 22, 2006, respectively. Section 450.220 of Title 23, Code of Federal Regulations requires the State to submit the entire proposed FST1P concurrently to the FTA and the FHWA at least every two years for approval. California's proposed 2007 FST1P includes the listings for proposed transportation projects that are located outside the planning area boundaries of the State's designated Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and incorporates by reference those projects listed in the 2007 Federal Transportation Improvement Programs (FTIPs) adopted by the State's MPOs and approved by the Governor. Once approved by the FTA and FHWA, California's 2007 FST1P will supersede the State's 2004 FST1P that was approved by FHWA and FTA on October 4, 2004, and any subsequent amendments to the 2004 FST1P. Based on our review of the information submitted with the State's proposed 2007 FST1P, including revenue and proposed project funding information required to demonstrate financial constraint, and documentation for statewide and metropolitan planning process in support of California's Statewide Planning Certification, we are approving California's proposed 2007 FSTIP subject to the following conditions: OCT-02-2006 10:59 FROM:FTA REGION 9 4157142726 TO:9164985008 P.3/5 2 1. The conversion of advance construction (AC) projects is approved through March 31, 2007, by which time the Department will provide FHWA and FTA with additional information detailing the uses, planning and programming procedures, and administrative management of projects utilizing AC. 2. For Sacramento Regional Transit (RT) projects programmed in SACOG's FT1P, our approval applies only to projects proposed for inclusion in the first year (FY 2006/07) of the FSTIP. The preliminary results of the 2006 SACOG Planning Certification review by FTA and FHWA indicated that the project selection and programming process for Sacramento Regional Transit projects have not been fully compliant with the programming requirements of 23 CFR 450.310. We are withholding FST1P programming approval for those Sacramento RT projects proposed for inclusion in the 2007/08 and 2008/09 program years of the 2007 FSTIP pending further action by SACOG to demonstrate compliance with 23 CFR 450.310 for the Sacramento Regional Transit projects listed in the SACOG 2007 FT1P. Consistent with the pending Certification review findings and within one year of the elate of this federal FST1P approval, SACOG must demonstrate compliance with the planning and programming requirements of 23 CFR 450.310 for Sacramento Regional Transit projects proposed for inclusion in the 2007 FST1P. 3. Projects in the AM13AG, COFCG, KCAL, MCTC, Shasta, SLOCOG, Tahoe and'iTCAG metropolitan areas are conditionally approved for inclusion in the FSTIP pending the MPOs submission of documentation within 60-days of our approval action to the Caltrans Programming Division, the FHWA, and the FTA demonstrating the explicit consideration of comments provided during TIP development as required by 23 CFR 450.212(ax5). 4. The listed program phase for the following projects are excluded from this approval action because, as proposed, these projects are located in a non-MPO planning areas designated as non -attainment or maintenance for National Ambient Air Quality Standards and require an air quality conformity determination prior to the programming of funding for project implementation phase(s) in the FSTIP: CT1PS 1D 130-0000-0541 130-0000-0619 230-0000-0091 130-0000-0913 13D-0000-026R 130-0000-0269 Project Dorsey Drive Interchange Gambit to Grass Valley Widening Rawhide Road Over Woods Creek Bridge E. Sonora Bypass Stage 11 Manzanar 4-lane expressway Independence 4-lane expressway 130-0000-0270 Black Rock 4-lane expressway Phase Year RW 2007108 CON 2008/09 RW 2003/09 RW 2006/07 RW 2006/07 CON 2008/09 RW 2006/07 CON 2008/09 RW 2006/07 CON 2007/08 5. Any project, or project phase, listed in a MPO VFW, that is not included in the MPO's Regional Transportation Plan, is not approved for inclusion in the FSTIP. • OCT-02-200G 11:00 FROM:FTR REGION 9 J 415744272E TO:9164985000 P.4/5 3 Our FSTIP approval action includes project listings that indicate no funds arc proposed for obligation during the three-year program period from 2006/07 to 2008/09. Project funding included in the FSTIP and proposed for obligation before FY 2006/07 or after FY 2008/09 is accepted for information only. We remind the Department and MPOs that Federal funds cannot be obligated for any phase (i.e. PE, ROW, COI) of these projects until the project listing in the 2007 FSTIP is amended to reflect the total amount of federal/stute/local funding proposed for the project (or phase), and the program year (i.e. 2007, 2008, 2009) of the proposed obligation of funds. FHWA is currently verifying, on a eontinoingbasis, the FSTIP fisting for all projects needing a FHWA funding action. To assist FHWA staff in the prompt and accurate verification of the FSTIP listing for projects needing a FHWA funding action, we ask that the Department work with each of California's MPOs to obtain and submit to FHWA, within 60 days, the current lists of the individual projects that are included in the grouped project listings developed by the MPOs for inclusion in the 2007 FTiP/FSTIP. Sections 450.324(g) (2) and 450,216(a) (8) (ii) of the Statewide and Metropolitan Planning Regulations; require that the estimated total cost for each listed project be included in the FSTIP. Our reviews of the 2007 FT1Ps and FSTIP indicate that the total project cost is not consistently being included in the FTIPs/FSTIP for a significant portion of listed projects. Beginning with the first FSTiP and FT1Ps prepared subsequent to the State's 2008 STIP development process, each project listing proposed for inclusion in tho FTIP or FSTIP, including grouped project listings, shall Include the total estimated cost for each listed project(s) as a condition for FHWA/FTA programming approval. We are available to provide assistance to the Department and California's MPOs through the California Federal Programming Group (CFPG) in meeting these total estimated project cost programming requirements. We are approving the 2007 FSTiP with the understanding that the eligibility of individual projects for funding is subject to the applicant's satisfaction of all administrative requirements. This joint FHWA and FTA approval of the FSTIP does not constitute an eligibility determination for the federal fluids proposed for obligation on the listed projects, If you have questions or need additional information concerning our approval of the 2007 FSTIP, please contact Wade Hobbs of FHWA at (916) 498-5027, or by email at wade.hobbs@fhwa.dot.gov. Leslie T. Rogers Regional Administra or Federal Transit Administration Sincerely, Aj, ALL For Gene K. Fong Division Administrator Federal _Highway Administration OCT-02-2006 11:00 FROM:FTR REGION 9 4157442726 TO:9164965009 P.5,5 4 c: (e-mail) EPA, Region IX ARB Caltrans: Federal Resources Local Assistance Transportation Programming Transportation Planning Bureau of Indian Affairs, Kann Patel, 2800 Cottage Way, Sacramento CA 95825 All California MPOs (] 8) FTA Region DC, R. Sukys FHWA: LA Metro Office, G. Balmir CFLHD NV Division GG: 2007 FST€P Binder WHobbs/ac AGENDA ITEM 6 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 6. • • AGENDA ITEM 7 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: ., November 20, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: HBRR Group Project funding Individual Project Lists STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive a more detailed project list of the approved FY 06/07 HBRR Group Lump Sum that is now available on the Caltrans Local Assistance website. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Included with this agenda item is the approved FY 06/07 Group Project list and Group Financial list, which provides individual project details. Along with these two items is a summary page where the Group Financial list can be _found on the Local Assistance website. i Tke Group Financial list will help resolve initial RTIP programming issues to ensure the correct HBRR amounts are programmed in the correct phase and year. However, programming changes (e.g. HBRR funding changes, phase shifts, etc.► still cannot occur until Caltrans HQ provides SCAG an amended list. The next updated HBRR project list is scheduled to be released during December. Necessary RTIP programming updates from this list will not occur until the second quarterly amendment that will be submitted to SCAG during March 2007. Lead agencies will need to work with Local Assistance to submit HBRR funding adjustments, advancements, etc. to Ca!trans HQ to be incorporated in the next HBRR update. Attachments: 1. HBRR Mar 23 06 Update Group Project List ' 2. Riverside County FY 06/07 Group Financial List 3. HBRR Website Links • 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. Implementing Br. No./ Project District County Agency FSTIP Grouping Description 08 Riverside Cathedral City 00L0029 BRIDGE NO. 00L0029, CATHEDRAL CANYON, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, CATHEDRAL CITY, Replace 4 lane low water crossing with 4 lane bridge 08 Riverside Indio 56C0084 BRIDGE NO.56C0084, JACKSON ST, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, 0.2 MI SOUTH OF 1-10. Mend Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Indio 56CO283 BRIDGE NO. 56CO283, SIB INDIO BLVD, OVER UP RR & AMTRAK, 0.3 MI W JEFFERSON ST. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Indio 56CO283 BRIDGE NO. 56CO283, SIB INDIO BLVD., OVER UP RR & AMTRAK, 0.3 MI. W/0 JEFFERSON ST.. Rehabilitate 2 lane bridge & widen to 3 lanes, add sidewalks, upgrade bridge railings. 08 Riverside Indio 56CO291 BRIDGE NO. 56CO291, JACKSON STREET, OVER INDIO BLVD., 0.4 MI NORTH OF SH 111. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Indio 56CO292 BRIDGE NO. 56CO292, NIB INDIO BLVD, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, 0.8 MI NNW MONROE ST. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside La Quinta 00L0032 BRIDGE NO. 00L0032, ADAM STREET, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, CITY OF LA QUINTA. Replace 4 lane low water crossing with 4 lane bridge. 08 Riverside Lake Elsinore 56C0309 BRIDGE NO. 56C0309, CASINO DR, OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER, 0.2 MI NNW RAILROD CYN RD. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Murrieta 00L0018 BRIDGE NO. 00L0018, IVY STREET, OVER MURRIETA CREEK, NE OF HAYES. Replace 2 lane low water crossing with new 2 lane bridge. 08 Riverside Palm Springs 56C0311 BRIDGE NO. 56C0311, BOGERT TRAIL, OVER PALM CANYON WASH, 0.9 MI E PALM CANYON DR. Rehabilitate 2 lane bridge,- not adding lane capacity 08 Riverside Perris 56C0036 BRIDGE NO. 56C0036 & 56C0035, CASE RD, OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER & OVERFL, 0.83 MI S/E OF ELLIS AVE. Replace 2 lane bridges with new 2 lane bridges, 08 Riverside Riverside County 56C0001 R BRIDGE NO. 56C0001 L & R, VAN BUREN BLVD, OVER SANTA ANA RIVER, 1,0 MI S OF LIMONITE AVE. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 , Riverside Riverside County 56C0071 BRIDGE NO. 56C0071, MSSN BUBUENA VST, OVER SANTA ANA RIVER, 1.47 MI W/O SH 91 ON 7TH. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Temecula 56CO227 BRIDGE NO. 56CO227, MAIN ST, OVER MURRIETA CREEK, 0.1 MI S/W FRONT ST. Replace 2 lane bridge with 2 lane bridge. Page 55 Division of Local Assistance RPT: GrpOet 3/23/2006, 6:13:38 PM Wd 9E:£ 4:9 '900Z1£Z/E }aQdJJ id�J • aouefslssy pool;o uolslnla 9S a6ad q4 :spoIoid;o JaquwnN LSq'S9 49£'9 960'6q o8Z Z£ 90Z 099'0 4E9 6607 0 0 0 6BL'OS 9Z9'9 1796'174 B9917 SES E£ 4'17 0 0 0 0 0 0 E6L'£ 9E0 BSE'E L44'4 BZ4 686 99£'09 lelol 4Z6'9 LiIeW Egb'ES 'Pod 1SNOO MN 3d puo/fas 44/04 AAA 04/60 A.dd 60/90 Add 90/L0 Add L0/90 Add .rood 1E101 •spun; d8H pa4.Iwwoo fuesoideJ lou op pue /quo uol}Pwio;ul Jo; a -le 44/04 AAA PUe 04160 Jldd (000'3 ul spun; pawwel6ad) uo)ss)wwoo uoppodsue.l 4p.inoo apismAN :ydJA/OdW Jo} Ieaol 90 :PAM uoglposea ioafad Buldnwo di lad /'oN AoueBy /11unoo }oufsla Bupuswfdwl .6uldnoi6 wns dwni a6ppe )eoo-1 ay; lapun pewweiBoid eq Sew iey; speroid sepn)oui podaa sf41 weiBoid a6pps Aemg6IH 1.00Z/900Z • District: 08 County: Riverside • 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping, Responsible Agency Project Description Cathedral City BRIDGE NO.00L0029, CATHEDRAL CANYON, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, CATHEDRAL CITY. Replace 4 lane low water crossing with 4 lane FM/CON HOLD—Caullom PUSHED funds may not be obligated. (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund Type Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE 11/40o6 RW CONST 10/2008 HBRR 10,967 1,351 0 0 0 9,616 0 1,351 0 9,616 Match 1,421 0 175 0 0 0 1,246 0 175 0 1,246 Total 12,388 0 1,526 0 0 0 10,862 0 1,526 0 10,862 No. Target Indiv. STIP Over Scour Off Multi- BRRTL Listed? Match? SR/StatRnk Top (113)Seis, Fed Proj. Fund 00L0029 I 10/2008 I No I 15" 6 No I No INo No 'Low Water Xing Push/Pend Flags Federal Aid Project PE RAN Con Push Total for Agency: Cathedral City Programmed funds in $1,000) of represent committed HBP funds. Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE RW CONST Fed. 10.967 1,351 0 0 0 9,616 0 1,351 - 0 9,616 Match 1,421 0 175 0 0 0 1,246 0 175 0 1,246 Total 12,388 0 1,526 0 0 0 10,862 0 1,526 0 10,862 Number of projects: 1 Page 338 Division of Local Assistance RPT: FSTIP#8 4I13/2006, 3:35:31 PM 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. District: 08 County: Riverside Responsible Agency Proiect Description Indio BRIDGE NO. 58C0084, JACKSON ST, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, 0,2 MI SOUTH OF 1-10, Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) STPLZ-5275(006) CON HOLD —Caution: PUSHED funds may not be obligated. (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09110 and FFY 10l11 are for information only and do not represent Fund FFY FFY FFY FFY FFY PE RW CONST Type Total Prior 06/07 07108 08/09 09l10 10/11 Beyond 09/2006 12/2007 HBRR 1,187 46 0 0 0 0 1,141 0 46 0 1,141 Match 154 6 0 0 0 0 148 0 6 0 148 Total 1,340 52 0 0 0 0 1,288 0 52 0 1,288 BR No. 56C0084 i arget Intliv. 5TIP OverScour Off Multi- RTL Listed? Match? SR1StatRnk Top (113) leis. Fed Proj. Fund 12l2007 No I 1911 INID 5 INo I 8 Yes INo INo 1Mand Seismic ISTPLZ-5275(006) Push/Pend Flags Federal Aid Project PE R/W Con Push India BRIDGE NO. 56CO283, Sl9 INDIO BLVD, OVER UP RR & AMTRAK, 0.3 MI W JEFFERSON ST. Mend Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09(10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not re re Fund Type Total Prior FFY 06107 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10111 Beyond PE 12l2006 RW CONST 1212006 HBRR 192 0 0 0 0 192 0 0 0 192 Match 25 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 25 Total 217 0 0 0 0 0 217 0 0 0 217 t arget Indiv. STIP Over Scour Off Multi- RTL Listed? Match? SRJStatRnk Top (113)Seis. Fed Proj. Fund 56CO283 I 12/2006 No I No 172.2 p0 5 INo 110 Yes INo INo Mend Seismic BR No. Caution: PUSHED funds may nor be obligated. Federal Aid Project Push/Pend Flags PE RNV Con Push 1 Page 339 Division of Local Assistance RPT: FSTIP#8 , 4/13/2006, 3:35:31 PM INd LE:9£:E'900Z/£4/4, 8#dllSd :1d2J aouelslssy poolto uolslnlp O4E e6ed Usnd I I I (900)SLZS-Zld1SI u00 AA/N 3d ioeload Pld lweped s6eld pued/4snd alwsleS pueNI oN oN seAl Ol oN S I OA 8191 oN oN I LOOZ/ZL pund 'fad pad'sle$(ELL) do1ALJ ns1SRiS LtloleA ipalsn 112! -I1101/4 0 inooSJeAO d11S '^IPuI le uel 'PBieBllgo LOZOOSS agyouMaw spunlasHsnd :uopneO oN »9 SZO'L Pt I. L06 0 0 0 ZS 9 94 0 0 0 SZO'L 9Ll L06 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Z4 9 94 440'4 4ZL £96 11401 401eIN 2i2lEH IDOZIZL 1SN00 M21 900Z/80 3d puoAeg LL/OL Add OL/60 Add 60/90 Add 90/40 Add 40/90 Add Loud lelol edAi pund 'spun; d8H penlwwoo luasaadaa lou op pue ;quo uo1leuuolul Jo; OM L 4/0I. 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Responsible Adencv Projectpescription La Quinta BRIDGE NO. 00L0032, ADAM STREET, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, CITY OF LA QUINTA. Replace 4 lane low water crossing with 4 lane bridge. MN/CON HOLD —Caution: PUSHED funds may not be obligated. (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09110 and FFY 10/11 are for Information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund FFY FFY FFY FFY FFY PE RW CONST Type Total Prior 06107 07108 08/09 09/10 10/11 Beyond 1112006 1112008 HBRR 10,808 0 1,351 • 0 0 0 9,457 0 1,351 0 9,457 Match 1,40.0 0 175 0 0 0 1,225 0 175 0 1,225 Total 12,208 0 1,526 0 0 0 10,682 0 1,526 0 10,682 No. Target Indiv. STIP Over Scour Off Multi- BRRTL Listed? Match? SR/StatRnk Top (113)Seis. Fed Proj. Fund 00L0032 11/2008 No I 15" 5 No No No I Low Water Xing Push/Pend Flags Federal Aid Project PE R/W Con Push Total for Agency: La Quinta (Programmed funds In $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE RW CONST Fed, 10,808 0 1,351 0 0 0 9,457 0 1,351 0 9,457 Match 1,400 0 175 0 0 0 1,225 0 175 0 1,225 Total 12,208 0 1,526 0 0 0 10,682 0 1,526 0 10,682 Number of projects: 1 Page 342 Division of Local Assistance RPT: FSTIP#8 4/1312005, 3:35:31 PM 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report Includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. District: 08 County: Riverside Responsible Agency Proiect Description Lake Elsinore —Caution: PEND funds may not be obligated. BRIDGE NO. 56C0309, CASINO DR, OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER, 0.2 MI NAN RAILROD CYN RD, Mend Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) STPLZ-5074(007) (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds.. Fund FFY FFY FFY FFY FFY PE RW CONST Type Total Prior 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 Beyond 10/2006 HBRR 350 0 0 0 0 380 0 0 0 380 Match 49 0 0 0 0 0 49 0 0 0 49 Total 429 0 0 0 0 0 429 0 0 0 429 BR No. Target Indiv. STIP OverScour Off Multi- RTL Listed? Match? SR/StatRnk Top (113)Seis. Fed Proj. Fund 56C0309 I 1012006 I No I 69.2 IND 15 No 15 'Yes'No INo IMand Seismic Push/Pend Flags Federal Aid Project PE R/W Con STPLZ-5074(007) I Pend I Total for Agency: Lake Elsinore (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. 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Nun 3d puo'tae 44/01 Add 01/60 Add 60/90 Add 90/L0 Add LO/90 Add Loud le;oi Gal pund .spun; d9H pap wwoo auase.de„ou op pue'quo uol;euuo;ut Jo; 9JB 44l0I, Add pUe 04160 Add (000'3 ut spun; pewwekoid) euel Bulppe;ou - s6puq euel Z e;e;gtgeueld LIO NOANY0 Wlyd 3 IW 6'0 'NSW NOANVO Wlb'd a3A0'71y6i 1):13008 ' 14E0099'ON 300Ii98 010H N00 s6uudS wled not;auosea Palad nousby elglsuodsed eptsJeAN:kwrto0 80 :1014sl0 •6uldnoa6 urns chum eGpps leooi 641 aepun peuiule.e6oad eq Autu ley; s;oe(oad sepnloui podea sl41 u Boad a6pla8 Acim-1611-1 LOOZ/900Z 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. District: 08 County: Riverside Responsible Agency Protect Description Perris BRIDGE NO. 56C0036 & 56C0035, CASE RD, OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER & OVERFL, 0.83 !Ai SAE OF ELLIS AVE. Replace 2 lane bridges with new 2 lane bridges. BRLO-5198(008) (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09A10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund FFY FFY FFY FFY FFY PE RW CONST Type Total Prior 06/07 07A08 08A09 0.9110 10A11 Beyond 0212ooe 05120o7 HBRR 1,062 142 0 0 0 0 921 0 142 0 921 Match 138 18 0 0 0 0 119 0 18 0 119 Total 1,200 160 0 0 0 0 1,040 0 160 0 1,040 BR No. Target Indiv. STIP OverScour Off Multi- RTL Listed? Match? SRAStatRnk Top (113)SeIs. Fed Proj. Fund Push/Pend Flags Federal Aid Project PE RAW Con --Caution: PEND funds may not be obligated. 56C0035 I 5A2007 I No No 59.0 FOI61No 110 'No 1No Yes IReplace (HBRR) BRLO-5198(008) I Pend CON HOLD --Caution: PENO funds may not be obligated, 56C0036 I 5A2007 I No 59.0 BD 16 No 1 8 INo 1No No I Replace (HBRR) BRLO-5198(008) I 1 Pend Total for Agency: Perlis (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09A10 and FFY 10A11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Total Prior FFY 06A07 FFY 07A08 FFY 08109 FFY 09110 FFY 10A11 Beyond PE RW CONST Fed. 1,062 142 0 0 0 0 921 0 142 0 921 Match 138 18 0 0 0 0 119 0 18 0 119 Total 1,200 160 0 0 0 0 1,040 0 160 0 1,040 Number of projects: 1 Page 346 Division of Local Assistance RPT: FSTIP#8 4/13/2006, 3:35:31 PM 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. District: 08 County: Riverside Responsible Agency Project Description Riverside County BRIDGE NO. 56C0001 L & R, VAN BUREN BLVD, OVER SANTA ANA RIVER, 1.0 MI S OF LIMONITE AVE. Mend Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) STPLX-5956(099) (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund FFY FFY FFY FFY FFY PE RW CONST Type Total Prior 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 Beyond 10/2006 HBRR 13,811 0 0 0 0 0 13,811 0 0 0 13,811 Match 1,789 0 D 0 0 0 1,789 0 0 0 1,789 Total 15,600 0 0 0 0 0 15,600 0 0 0 15,600 BR No. Target Indiv. STIP Over Scour Off Multi- RTL Listed? Match? SR/StatRnkTop (113)Seis. Fed Proj. Fund Push/Pend Flags Federal Aid Project PE RAN Con —Caution: PEND funds may not be Pbifgacea. 56C0001 L I 10/2006 No I No 165.0 FO 15 INo 10 IYes INo —Caution: PEND funds may not be obligated. 56C0001 10/2006 No I No 165.0 ND 15 INo No 5 [-Yes INo IYes Mand Seismic ISTPLX-5956(099) I 1 I Pend Mand Seismic ISTPLX-5956(099) I I Pend Riverside County BRIDGE NO. 56C0071, MSSN BL/BUENA VST, OVER SANTA ANA RIVER, 1.47 MI W/O SH 91 ON 7TH. Mend Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) STPLZ-5956(086) (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10111 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund Type Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE RW CONST 1inoo9 HBRR ' 460 0 0 0 460 0 0 0 0 460 Match 60 0 0 0 0 60 0 0 0 0 60 Total 520 0 0 0 0 520 0 0 0 0 520 BR No. Target Indiv. STIP OverScour Off Multi- RTL Listed? Match? SR/StatRnk Top (113)Seis. Fed Prof. Fund 5600071 I 11/2009 I No 68.3 ND 5 INo 18 IYes INo INo 'Mend Seismic Push/mend Flags Federal Aid Project PE RPM Con STPLZ-5956(086) ( Page 347 Division of Local Assistance • RPT: FSTIP#8 4/13/2006, 3:35:31 PM • {Aid 4£:9££ `900Z/£4/17 9#dI1Sd ldb aoue}slssy leoo-I;o um!/1,10 8178 abed Z :speload;o JagwnN OZ4`94 648` I. 4Letr4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 009`54 69e 4 4l8`6l OZs 09 094 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OZ4'94 mai 648` 4 4oieW 4LZ174 'pad 1SNO0 MU 3d puo4e8 44/04 Ada 04/60 Add 60/80 Add 80/L0 Add L0/90 Add Loud leiol spun; d8H paglwuioo;ueseidel;au op pue )(No uonettuo;u1 Jo; aye 44104 Add Poe 04/60 AJd (000' 4$ ut spun; pawweJ6ad) Alunoo appleAN :houa6y Joj pp' uopdposa0;os�o3d nouaoy aIctISuoasaa '6uidno.i6 wns ckuni aBppg pool sql iapun pauiumBoid sq Amu )eyn spa(oid sepntoui podal siy� we.ifioad a6ppg AennyBiH LOOZI900Z • eplsJanla :kunoo 80 ;loPM° • 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. District: 08 County: Riverside Responsible Agency Protect Description Temecula BRIDGE NO. 56CO227, MAIN ST, OVER MURRIETA CREEK, 0.1 MI SAW FRONT ST. Replace 2 fane bridge with 2 lane bridge. CON HOLD —Caution; PUSHED funds may not be obligated. (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund FFY FFY FFY FFY FFY PE RW CONST Type Total Prior 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 Beyond 11/2098 HBRR 4,338 0 0 0 0 4,338 0 0 0 4,338 Match 562 0 0 0 0 0 562 0 0 0 562 Total 4,900 0 0 0 0 0 4,900 0 0 0 4,900 No. Target Indiv. STIP Over Scour Off Multi- BRRTL Listed? Match? SRJStatRnk Top (113)Seis. Fed Proj. Fund 56CO227 I 11/2008 I No No 69.2 I=O' 6 No 110 INo Yes INo 'Replace (HBRR) Push/Pend Flags Federal Aid Project PE RIW Con Push I Total for Agency: Temecula (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE RW CONST Fed. 4,338 0 0 0 0 4,338 0 0 0 4,338 Match 562 0 0 0 0 0 562 0 0 0 562 Total 4,900 0 0 0 0 0 4,900 0 0 0 4,900 Number of projects: 1 Page 349 Division of Local Assistance • RPT: FSTIP#8 4/13/2006, 3:35:31 PM HBRR Group (Lump Sum) Project Details On the Caltrans Local Assistance Website 1. Go to the Local Assistance website at: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/ Welcome to the Division of Local Assistance cea.•rtae..,e.aw*s.......tawaa..•raae.aska v.-.r«.+�a.w .ru. re.r ..e~.1a...+v..a.....�e .eu.at....e..y.r..ONI MINX d nAw ..eaaantMMakes. liayeawueanAMr;v.s• eeWOn}.e.646rraa.4 4a rMry... tllaa a.Al.gett.d.�re rwasase.teayer.P.•t•eMaa•erh.^�0.•.i a�+t+n �.+e. e•iw ..W,...+1�...M.a.ur a....l 4.1041•s+.�n ir..aven r Qu..• at -Me. cau4yY..t •W4elO.ee•elataaaMt. rang n0se111.41MOW aueaa.rAV ..wpad...At...wr Announcements 3. Select the Proposed FSTIP Listing Option 2006/7-2008/9 Link' Local Highway Bridge Program (HBP) Division of Local 4Lsaistencc I • REP Site -Indcr Bridge Preventive Maintenance Guidanes: 1. Overview. 2. Prayranurdniproccss 3. What do S13 FQ,:51t, at d EB.T mean7 e-_nee. P[opO9td FST1P j14Un87 o 2006f1 - 2008t9' \ 0 2004f5 < 2006R 6 7. FederalProiectPrefixes B. Seismic Retrofit Web Site 9. Forms 10. References 11. Help aLetter to Local Agencies • GuidelineswttTemolate 2. Scroll down to the bottom of the web page and select the HBP — Highway Bridge Program link Leval Assletsrrs Publea ttent Ley Aeektarne Trairtino Programs fteeoAs 6 (Mai.* t.sW Arsfstave NO Phone let lha or WPM) plsvlet I etas Asvuesece &stouter* Pneee List ins e1 4+17W41 Seeed Peoosrn vitalisation - Pkase nolo: Proof eine nee listed peteoi mey be Petted within the AMP llttve. " 1. N6P - tecreveT1371ixRogue } aq adPaJq Prefect States RePOIts 3. Aa1412 the I or Lose C Mooed 9y OEM - EnAraeemid Errmmnati end Aeloat ue Prow= 5. STA - Berle Tran ponmm Amami 6. Lecal seismic genet% Prewam 7. SRTS - Sete Mel. to Scheel Frame B. ItSP - Peds0166n Seely Praasnt 9. 11P$ - wsera9ml,Klon Safety ProTern 10. rn - Emergency aeeel PrOWtto 11. Traffic eengeerion Pelle/ A.t EatMeste Rowe. 12. SIW - State Irene- on Yrysaremnt Prow.= S - iitAbert ire nP otd]m System setationaty Funds 10 Risk OA*Rodeo ROOM. 4. Select the 3/23/06 data link HBP FSTIP (200611' -2008191 Division of Local Assistance Proposed HBP FSTIP Listings These listings are to be used by WO's, RTPA s and Cattram District Programming Offices to develop the Local Assistance HBP and Seismic Ftogram components of the FTiP1iS1iP. Updates are provided to altow amendments to the F1TP1FS112. Proposed HBP FSTIP Liss 1�a1 proposed lists to establish the 200617 - 2008/9 FSTIP 7423/2006 data Proposed REP FSTTP Listings IY11/2006) These listings are to be used by MPO's, and RTPA's to amend the Local Assistance TIBP and Seismic Program c MPOs and the State (Coe naaF regions) are responsible for demonstrating financial constraint ofaomfederal foods I constrained program, the MP finding amorous =1st be accepted without modification. Changes to the program n Reposes Needed by the MPG, to Amend the 1006J7-2008A FSTTP Description Acrobat Nes These projects sse not region.* sigpificsnt and do not affect air wary. GroupDetalT pdf Thus is a summary ofdm grouped projects that should be used to program the MCP. 77us is a list of the projects that should be Mica dolly listed in the FT PlFSTTP, with finding amounts by region and federal &car a GrouoSlumnas.odf Li ne➢ere ndf Other Reports needed by Loral Agencies Description ,...,..._.• Acrobat files This Est identifies which projects in the "Local OreunineFinanrialDetil odf Bridge Grouped Projects' are identified to receive federal finds by phase. Rural harp sum only. ReralGroupin rinamialDetaitpdf For information only - Afi Projects_ AllProiau.oaf Note: Projects are organized by listed by each County. 5. Select the GroupDetail.pdf link for the lump sure project lists or the Line[tem.pdf link for stand alone projects individually programmed in the RTIP/FTIP Or the GroupFinancialDetail.pdf link to see specific project details for project in the lump sum (Group Detail) report. This report is a 427 page Adobe Acrobat file. Riverside County's projects are listed on pages 338 to 349. 1 200512007 Highway Bridge Program This report Includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. Dsbit 06 Od.1000 Rieeabe - EP100110101e Awn PrOjad Dest iobon CelledniCily BRIDGE NO.000029.CATfOIAL CANYO:. OVER WHITE -WATER RIVER, CATHEDRAL CRY. Replace d Moe 1. wolr moving 0114.s Nhoonnwodfuna In S1,000) FFY 09ry0 old FFY 10t/t se fa bimodal any and do rotrepesai mmeiedt6Pinb. Fund TYP. TOW Prior FFY Dew FFY rune FFY mos FFY Wfm FFY ism OWond FE 11.0006 nW GOMM- SOON HIM fasdl Teal 10,967 1,121 12,308 0 0 1.861 175 1,526 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 9,016 1,246 sa e62 0 0 0 1,351 115 n 52B 0 0 0 0.616 1.246 111p62 6R tb. Tapd bdr: SW Onsr$000 Off IAA- eumwertl Flap RR. UMW? Match? SW91a1 RA Top 11345e6. Fad R¢ Fud Fenaal Ain hged PE FM Con , Noma paw= I Hams 11.1.E ran 1 6-pt. no pm Ins licesww2°^q I I I ruse I .1.1 WM PO Of Nepal Total for Agency Cathedral City akscrenmae tads o 11400} FFY 09/10 and WY 1011 ae b.0.4don ony and mr0,1100e.ai Ooet100110 HOP0..*. Teal Nor FFY 06107 FFY 07,06 FFY 0603 FFY 00f10 FFY 10f11 6e79.0 PE 1150 OClRT Fed 10,967 1A101 1.421 TON 12,380 0 0 1,351 175 1,46 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 9,616 1,246 10,662 0 D 0 1,351 175 1.526 0 0 0 e.818 vnt 10.0E1 N seer d pope.. 1 • • AGENDA ITEM 8 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 20, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: FY 2006/07 Obligation Delivery Plan STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive a copy of the initial FY 2006/07 Obligation Delivery Plan. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Attached is the initial FY 2006/07 Obligation Delivery Plan developed from the August 2006 Milestone Report Update, final FY 2005/06 obligations, and recent changes made to the RTIP as part of Amendment 02. Lead agencies should review the list and notify ROTC of potential changes to the obligation quarter. Attachment: FY 2006/07 Obligation Delivery Plan • • ROTC TAO Version - FFY 06107 Obligation Plan (11-9-06) Local Agency FTIP # Project Location Project/scope description Planned Fed . Oblig. Quarter (112I314) ` Planned Total Project Obligations ($) (all fund types) RSTP ($) CMAQ ($) Other Fed.TE DEMO Earmarks( $) kRe iesrtt Tael' S b�tiR Notes ocai Asslseii•, Banning RIV031223 Wilson St Rehabilitation 1 $ 207 $ 207 *, ; if1SIftetw"•I Banning RIV061224 Sunset Ave Grade Separation - UC 4 $ 7,500 $ 7,500 e h, . DEMOACE Beaumont RIV031223 Palm Ave Rehabilitation 1 $ 115 $ 1151ljlir` Canyon Lake RIV031223 Railroad Cyn Rd Rehabilitation 4 $ 51 $ 51 "; 'l} ;; Cathedral City RIV52001 RIV041247k Ramon Rd Rehabilitation 4 $ 369 $ 54 $ 315 g;x ' TE funds Cathedral City RIV050508 Ramon/Date PalmNista Chino Install Wind Fences 2 $ 79 $ 79 Cathedral City RIV050509 Date PalmNarner Install Wind Fences 3 $ 115 $ 115 Amend to cons Cathedral City RIV011212 Ramon Rd Widening 3 $ 1,385 $ 1,385 Cathedral City RIV031223 Perez Rd Rehabilitation 4 $ 404 $ 404 AV , .: Coachella RIV011209 Dillon Road Widening 2 $ 2,117 $ 2,117 Coachella RIV011204 Dillon Rd Grade Sep Widening 1 $ 7,056 $ 4,556 $ 2,500 DEMOACE for Cons Corona RIV011240 McKinley St Grade Separation 1 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 DEMOACE for PE Corona RIV050505 Auto Center Dr Grade Separation 1 $ 1,500 $ 1,500 DEMOACE for PE Desert Hot Springs RIV050304 Various City Blocks Rehabilitate 2 $ 1,925 $ 1,925 SEC115-t00%Federal Desert Hot Springs RIV031223 Hacienda Ave Rehabilitation 2 $ 196 $ 196 Indian Wells RIV52001 Cook St Rehabilitation 3 $ 84 $ 84 Indio RIV050503 Dr Carrean Blvd Lot Paving Paving/Rehabilitation 4 $ 215 $ 215 Amend to active Indio RIV050504 Miles Ave Lot Paving Paving/Rehabilitation 4 $ 155 $ 155 k ry' "_r Amend to active India RIV031223 Avenue 46 Rehabilitation 3 $ 450 $ 450 '' l� ,kret { Moreno Valley RIV52001 Ironwood Ave Rehabilitation 1 $ 1,111 $ 1,111 as Delay obligating in05ros Moreno Valley 32300 Nason IC Construct IC and Aux Lane 3 $ 653 $ 653"<c + 'Y Cons phase obligation Moreno Valley RIV031223 Heacock St and Frederick St Rehabilitation 2 $ 1,375 $ 1,375 4. ,- Palm Springs RIV990727 Indian Cyn Rd Widening 4 $ 146 $ 146 Perris RIV990709 4th St New Signal Signal install 4 $ 194 $ 194 - f 4P . Perris RIV031223 Murrieta Rd Rehabilitation 1 $ 282 $ 282 f Submitted? RCTC RIV520109 Perris Valley Line Metrolink Extension 3 $ 500 ' $ 500 -. r t ni,Y PS&E phase RCTC RIV520111 Regional Rideshare Rideshare Activities 1 $ 300 $ 300 s I - RCTC RIV050501 1-215ISR741G St IC IC Improvements 2 $ 800 $ 800 _,; t " r DEMOSTL for PS&E RCTC RIV62024 SR79 Realignment Realignmentaltematives 3 $ 3,093 $ 3,093 �k DEMOSTL + Sec 112 Riverside RIV0084 SR 91Nan Buren IC IC Improvements 2 $ 2,181 $ 1,681 $ 500• r" Riverside RIV050502 RR crossings Grade Separation Improv. Plan 1 $ 3,331 $ 3,331 �15 a 5331 of STP4818 $3,000 of bEMOSTL Riverside RIV990703 Jurupa Ave at UPRR Construct UC 1 $ 11,171 $ 3,171 $ 8,000 "' ? ,LL 6 r s4,000 of DEMOACE s2,No of DEMOSTL Riverside RIV031223 Orange Terrace Pkwy Rehabilitation 4 $ 603 $ 603v Riverside RIV031223 Arlington Ave Rehabilitation 1 $ 235 $ 235 �� 3 �h s s a; Follow-on oblig. to STL- 5058(72) Riverside County RIV52001 Ramon Rd: San Mig-1k Palms Rehabilitation 2 $ 1,000 $ 1,000•ogif Riverside County RIV52001 Vamer Rd Rehabilitation 2 $ 357 $ 357 t Riverside County RIV021223 4 Mid County Roads Rehabilitation 3 $ 2,569 $ 2,569 m Riverside County RIV031223 Simpson/Menifee Rds Rehabilitation 4 $ 500 $ 500 rr a gym; Riverside County RIV031223 3 Palo Verde Valley Rds Rehabilitation 4 $ 500 $ 500 a Temecula RIV031216 Citywide Arterials Rehabilitation 2 $ 2,958 $ 2,958" Temcula RIV031223 De Portola Ave Rehabilitation 3 $ 417 $ 417le%c . Total # of projects: 40 Totals $ 59,199 $ 20,250 $ 8,985 $ 29,964 2006-07 Riverside County Planned Obligations for 1st and 2nd Quarters Local Agency FTIP # Project Location • Project/scope description Planned Fed bblig Q larfer 110,3141:� �3 �� 7 TP 1$] w = w -- Reason for Delay Banning RIV031223 Wilson St Rehabilitation 1 $ 207 See cover letter Beaumont RIV031223 Palm Ave Rehabilitation 1 $ 115 See cover letter Coachella RIV011209 Dillon Road Widening 2 $ 2,117 TIP Amendment Desert Hot Springs RIV031223 Hacienda Ave Rehabilitation 2 $ 196 See cover letter Moreno Valley • RIV52001 Ironwood Ave Rehabilitation 2 $ 1,111 TIP Amendment Moreno Valley RIV031223 Heacock St and Frederick St Rehabilitation 1 $ 1,375 See cover letter Perris RIV031223 Murrieta Rd Rehabilitation 1 $ 282 See cover letter RCTC RIV520111 Regional Rideshare Rideshare Activities 2 $ 300 TIP Amendment Riverside RIV0084 SR 91Nan Buren IC IC Improvements 2 $ 1,681 TIP Amendment Riverside RIV031223 Arlington Ave Rehabilitation 1 $ 235 Cost Increase Riverside County RIV52001 Ramon Rd: San Mig-1k Palms Rehabilitation 2 $ 1,000 See cover letter Riverside County RIV52001 Varner Rd Rehabilitation 2 $ 357 See cover letter Totals • 8,976 *Obligation Quarters are by the Federal Fiscal Year: 1 = 1011 to 12131 2 = 111 to 3131 3 = 4/1 to 6/30 4 = 711 to 9130 • • AGENDA ITEM 9 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9. • • AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. • AGENDA ITEM ZZ � A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11. • • AGENDA ITEM 12 0 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 12. •