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05 May 22, 2000 Plans and ProgramsRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA TIME: 11:45 A.M. DATE: Monday, May 22, 2000 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Office 3560 University Avenue, Conference Room A Riverside, CA 92501 • • • COMMITTEE MEMBERS • • • Robin ReeserLowe/Lori Van Arsdale, City of Hemet, Chairman Percy Byrd/Conrad Negron, City of Indian Wells, Vice Chair Gerald Zeller/Brian DeForge, City of Beaumont Robert Crain/Gary Grimm, City of Blythe John Chlebnik/Gregory V. Schook, City of Calimesa Eugene Bourbonnais/Cora Sue Barrett, City of Canyon Lake Greg Ruppert/Jerry Pisha, City of Desert Hot Springs Jack van Haaster, Murrieta Frank Hall/Harvey Sullivan, City of Norco Dick Kelly/Robert Spiegel, City of Palm Desert Will Kleindienst/Deyna Hodges, City of Palm Springs Daryl Busch/Many Yarbrough, City of Perris Bob Buster, County of Riverside Roy Wilson, County of Riverside • • • STAFF • • • Eric Haley, Executive Director Cathy Bechtel, Director, Planning and Programming • • • AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY • • • State Transportation Improvement Program Regional Transportation Improvement Program New Corridors Intermodal Programs (Transit, Rail, Rideshare) Air Quality and Clean Fuels • Regional Agencies, Regional Planning Intelligent Transportation System Planning and Programs Congestion Management Program Comments are welcomed by the Committee. if you wish to provide comments to the Committee, please complete and submit a Testimony Card to the Clerk of the Board. Records 050193 • PLEASE NOTE: THE MAY 22, 2000 PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE MEETING WILL • COMMENCE AT 11:45 A.M. • WORKING PAPER #6 WAS INCLUDED /N YOUR MAY 10 COMM/SS/ON AGENDA PACKET. /F YOU NEED AN ADDITIONAL COPY, PLEASE LET CA THY BECHTEL KNOW. • • s RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE http://www.rctc.org MEETING LOCATION 3560 UNIVERSITY AVENUE, SUITE 100, RIVERSIDE 92501 CONFERENCE ROOM A PARKING /S AVAILABLE /N THE PARKING GARAGE ACROSS FROM THE POST OFFICE ON ORANGE STREET MONDAY, May 22, 2000 11:45 A.M. AGENDA* * Action may be taken on any items listed on the agenda. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. ROLL CALL 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (April 24, 2000) 5 1997 OZONE STATE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN SHORTFALL Pg. 1 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the 1997 Ozone State Implementation Plan Shortfall item and forward to the Commission for final action. RCTC Meeting Agenda May 22, 2000 Page 2 6. CETAP WORKING PAPER #6 - SCREENING -LEVEL EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES IN THE FOUR PRIORITY CORRIDORS Pg. 3 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the CETAP Working Paper #6 - Screening -Level Evaluation of Alternatives in the Four Priority Corridors and forward to the Commission for final action. 7. FY 01 AND 02 SPECIALIZED TRANSIT TWO-YEAR CALL FOR PROJECTS Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: Pg. 5 1) Allocate the Measure A Specialized Transit Funds available in the western Riverside County as presented on Attachment A; 2) Place in contingency $17,000 in FY 02 for Transportation_ Specialist's Training Program; 3) Place in contingency $85,200 for Valley Restart Shelter, Inc. pending additional staff input. Staff will work with existing service providers to determine if existing transportation services are available to transport Valley Restart clients; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. 8. SAN JACINTO BRANCH LINE REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR STRATEGIC PLAN Pg. 11 • • • • • • RCTC Meeting Agenda May 22, 2000 Page 3 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of: 1) Receiving the preliminary "Southwest Riverside Short -Haul Rail -Transit Ridership Estimate" report prepared by Schiermeyer Consulting Services; 2) Adopting the Commuter Rail option for passenger service between Riverside and Perris along the San Jacinto Branch Line (and Riverside Branch Line) for inclusion in the pending Strategic Plan update; and 3) Reserving $39 Million in Measure A funds accruing before 2009 to rail projects, including $15 Million capital and $ 5 Million operating to the San Jacinto Branch Line project; and forward these recommendations to the Commission for final action. 9. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INTERCITY RAIL GROUP REAUTHORIZATION AND MEMBERSHIP Overview Pg, 24 This item is to seek Committee approval of: 1) Adopting the proposed "Amendment to the Joint Powers Agreement Extending the Duration of the Southern California Intercity Rail Group" and 2) Renewing RCTC's membership in the Southern California Intercity Rail Group for the coming fiscal year and authorize membership payment of $10,000 And forward these recommendations to the Commission for final action. RCTC Meeting Agenda May 22, 2000 Page 4 10. RAIL PROGRAM UPDATE Overview Pg. 28 This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Rail Program Update and forward to the Commission for final action. 11. FY 2001-2007 SHORT RANGE TRANSIT PLAN Pg. 44 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of the FY 2001-07 Short Range Transit Plans for the cities of Banning, Beaumont, Corona, and Regional Commuter Rail as presented and forward to the Commission for final action. 12. Resolution no. 00-008 "RESOLUTION OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AMENDING GUIDELINES FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE MEASURE "A" FUNDED COMMUTER INCENTIVE PROJECTS AS PART OF ITS COMMUTER_ ASSISTANCE PROGRAM" Pg. 47 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Adopt Resolution No. 00-008 "Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Amending Guidelines for the Administration of the Measure "A" Funded Commuter Incentive Projects as part of its Commuter Assistance Program," and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. • • • • • • RCTC Meeting Agenda May 22, 2000 Page 5 13. FY 00/01 MEASURE A COMMUTER ASSISTANCE BUSPOOL SUBSIDY FUNDING CONTINUATION REQUESTS Pg. 57 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Authorize payment of $1;175/month per buspool for the period July 1, 2000 to June 30, 2001 to the existing Riverside/Fullerton, Riverside/EI Segundo, and Moreno Valley/EI Segundo buspools, and one additional buspool upon receipt of a written request for subsidy support; 2) Direct Raytheon staff to stage the Riverside/Fullerton buspool at a park and ride lot other than the La Sierra Metrolink station; 3) Direct Raytheon staff to develop a marketing plan for the Riverside/Fullerton buspool to ensure that ridership numbers meet or exceed the minimum ridership threshold of 25 passengers per month; 4) Continue the existing monthly and semi-annual buspool reporting requirements as support documentation to monthly subsidy payments; and 5) Forward to the Commission for final action. 14. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RIDESHARE FY 00/01 WORK PROGRAM CONTRACT Overview Pg. 64 This item is to seek Committee approval to: RCTC Meeting Agenda May 22, 2000 Page 6 1) Approve the FY 00/01 Southern California Rideshare (SCR) Regional Rideshare Services Work Program; 2) Authorize the expenditure of Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality funds in an amount not to exceed $245,786 pursuant to adoption of RCTC's FY 00/01 budget; 3) Authorize the RCTC Chairman to execute an agreement, pursuant to legal counsel review, with SCR; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. 15. ADJOURNMENT - The next meeting will be at noon, Monday, June 26, 2000 at the RCTC offices. • • • MINUTES • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE Monday, April 24, 2000 MINUTES 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Plans and Programs Committee was called to order by Vice -Chairman Percy Byrd at 1 1 :50 a.m., at the offices of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 3560 University, Suite 100, Riverside, California, 92501. 2. ROLL CALL Roll call was taken and the following members were present at the meeting: Members Present: Members Absent: Eugene Bourbonnais Daryl Busch Bob Buster Percy Byrd John Chlebnik Robert Crain Frank Hall* Dick Kelly William Kleindienst Robin Lowe* Greg Ruppert Roy Wilson* Gerald Zeller Jack van Haaster • Arrived after the beginning of the meeting. 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no comments at this time. 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (Kleindienst/Kelly) approve the minutes dated March 27, 2000 as presented. 5. SAN BERNARDINO ASSOCIATED GOVERNMENTS FY 00/01 COMMUTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM CONTRACT M/S/C (Kelly/Kleindienst) recommend that the Commission approve entering into a contract with the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG) as part of the Commission's continuing bi-county partnership with SANBAG in the delivery of commuter and employer rideshare services for FY 00/01 . 6. CETAP STATUS REPORT Steve Smith, Transcore, explained that the CETAP program has two parts, the first being an update of the circulation element of the County General Plan which is an ongoing process. The second part of the CETAP Program, the corridor selection, was included in the agenda packet. A final recommendation on the transportation alternatives for consideration, as well as documentation and detailed analysis is scheduled to occur at the June 6' CETAP Advisory Plans and Programs Committee Minutes April 24, 2000 Page 2 Committee Meeting. It will be brought forward to the June 14' Commission Meeting. The two corridors that are not carried forward into the full environmental process, could potentially be picked up through the circulation element. There are important issues in each corridor, but a choice will have to be made to focus the resources to accomplish the objectives of getting right-of-way reserved for. future transportation facilities. Approximately a year after the corridors are narrowed down to two, the draft environmental documents will be completed on to be carried through the federal review process. Chairperson Lowe arrived and assumed the Chair. The following points were made during the deliberation of this item: ♦ Commissioner Bob Buster asked that any information forwarded to the Advisory Committee before their May meeting, be forwarded to the members of this Committee. ♦ Commissioner Will Kleindienst expressed his appreciation of the CETAP Process and considers it very forward thinking and it will give a clear impression of the needs well into the future. In response to his question as to how many of these projects would be funded through Measure "A", he was informed that there were none that would be funded through the current Measure "A". Commissioner Kleindienst added that the CETAP process would act as the guideline for the projects included in the proposed extension of Measure "A". There will still be needs above and beyond Measure "A" in order for us to meet what we project to be 2020 traffic volumes. ♦ Chairperson Robin Lowe stated there also needs to be a much larger commitment on the state and federal level for funding the CETAP process. Once those corridors are identified there will be a significant amount of information to validate the need for them that they will be hard pressed to say no. She then discussed a meeting that she recently attended where they were hoping to change how the housing element and process of appeal are being addressed by SCAG. The County will no meet the requirements set forth in the housing element by SCAG. This discussion coincides with that of the CETAP process because it shows that we cannot build it fast enough without contribution from the state and federal levels and this will be a major factor in the integrated plan process. M/S/C (Buster/Chlebnik) recommend that the Commission receive and file the CETAP Status Report along with Working Paper #4 - Evaluation Criteria for the Transportation Alternatives and Working Paper #5 - Draft Purpose and Need Statements for Prioritized Corridors. 6. RAIL PROGRAM UPDATE M/S/C (Crain/Byrd) recommend that the Commission receive and file the Rail Program Update. 7. PROPOSED METROLINK BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000/01 M/S/C (Kleindienst/Buster) recommend that the Commission adopt the preliminary FY 2000/01 Metrolink operating and capital budgets and authorize allocation of RCTC's funding commitment to the Southern California Regional Rail Authority in an amount not to exceed $3,910,700 million. (This action does not relinquish nor convey to any other agency any of the operating rights or capacity entitlements which have been purchased by RCTC.) Plans and Programs Committee Minutes April 24, 2000 Page 3 8. SAN JACINTO BRANCH LINE - OPERATING COST ANALYSIS Carl Schiermeyer, Schiermeyer Consulting Services, explained that the study presented today is another element to consider as the Commission moves to adopt a Strategic Plan for its highway and rail programs. It demonstrates that the estimated operating subsidies for conventional commuter rail service fall well within the cost-effectiveness thresholds established by RCTC and Metrolink. The report shows increased efficiencies for the system, with the subsidy per passenger mile dropping to $0.14 compared to $0.1 5 in the current budget, and subsidy per boarding reduced from an average of $5.38 down to $4.91 . With many more train miles operated within Riverside County (61 % more) the burden of public subsidy falls heavier on RCTC. Operating the four round trips today would cost RCTC an additional $860,000 per year, which is 30% over the current contribution. Given the estimated $6.1 million in western county TDA for next fiscal year, this service could barely be afforded today absent an additional revenue. There are three items to keep in mind, the first is that this analysis assumes that th,e current methodology for sharing Metrolink operating costs among member agencies remains in place. Second, we must further assume the concurrence of our funding partners in a 4 round-trip service into Fullerton and Los Angeles. Third, any additional anaiysis costs that may be incurred from maintaining additional rail right-of-way will have to be made up from other sources. Some rail designated Federal Section 5307 capital monies may now be used for maintenance, but, if these costs materialize, using that funding source would necessitate yet another policy decision which could impact the overall rail capital budget. 9. SAN JACINTO BRANCH LINE CORRIDOR - UPDATE ON SHORT TRIP ANALYSIS Judy Witzig, Consultant, updated the Committee on the work to date. Efforts have been targeted at developing credible ridership estimates, using those elements of the existing model, that can assist in the development of board and alighting information for a series of possible stations within the corridor. Work is not complete on the boarding and alightings portions of the ridership estimates at this time. Cathy Bechtel explained that this information is coming in pieces to the Committee, but a full package will be put together for consideration at the May Committee meeting. 10. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Plans and Programs Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 1:18 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled at noon, Monday, May 22, 2000 at the RCTC offices. Respectfully submitted, Traci R. McGinley Deputy Clerk of the Board AGENDA ITEM 5 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Program Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming SUBJECT: 1997 Ozone State Implementation Plan Shortfall STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the 1997 Ozone State Implementation Plan Shortfall item and forward to the Commission for final action. ISSUE: There is a potential problem on the horizon regarding shortfalls of emissions reductions associated with control measures in the 1997 Ozone State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the South Coast Air Basin (SCAB). The control measures have not been fully implemented and therefore have impacted the 'ability to attain the ozone standards. The shortfalls affect the regions' ability to demonstrate conformity with the ambient air quality standards. Non-conformance of a SIP has a similar affect as a non- conformity finding of a Transportation Implementation Plan (TIP) or Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). It would result in the halting of federal funds/projects/approvals for projects or project phases that are capacity enhancing (i.e. interchange construction, lane widening, etc.). Only Transportation Control Measures (TCMs) and non -capacity enhancing projects identified as exempt (i.e. signal installations, resurfacing, etc.) would be allowed to proceed. The Salton Sea Air Basin which covers Coachella Valley is not affected, and therefore, all projects will continue to proceed with implementation. The current RTIP is effective until October 1, 2000. If the SIP shortfall issue has not been resolved by then, the RTIP will lapse for the South Coast Air Basin. SCAG and the Air Resources Board (ARB), along with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), are currently working on resolving this issue. SCAG will hold a workshop on June 9, 2000 to assess the need to prepare an Interim TIP in order to continue the implementation of Transportation Control Measures (TCMs) and non -capacity enhancing projects. rmogoi BACKGROUND INFORMATION: State Implementation Plans (SIPs) are prepared by states and are submitted to the EPA describing how each area or region will attain and maintain national ambient air quality standards. Included in SIPs are control measures and strategies, and enforcement mechanisms to demonstrate the actions that will take place for attaining and maintaining the air quality standards for each pollutant non -attainment regions. The control measures causing the Ozone SIP shortfall are as follows: • Enhanced I/M Program • (M1) Car Scrappage Program • (M2) Low -Emission Vehicle II (LEVII) Program • (M4) Incentiye for Clean Engine Program • (M5) California Heavy Duty NOx Standard Program • (M6) National Heavy Duty NOx Standard (Federal Program) • (M17)Additional Reductions from Heavy Duty Vehicle Program The first three programs were found to be the major contributors to the overall shortfall. The above state programs have not met the expected emissions reductions due to the lack of full implementation of these programs. 00002 • AGENDA ITEM 6 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: CETAP Working Paper #6 - Screening -Level Evaluation of Alternatives in the Four Priority Corridors STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the CETAP Working Paper #6 - Screening -Level Evaluation of Alternatives in the Four Priority Corridors and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The CETAP Advisory Committee received Working Paper #6 at their meeting on May 2, 2000. All members of the Plans & Programs Committee were forwarded a copy of this document on May 3`d to allow sufficient time for Commissioner review prior to our May 22"d Committee meeting. Working Paper #6 provides detailed information to assist in the evaluation of transportation alternatives in the four priority corridors. As reference, these four corridors are: • Banning/Beaumont to Temecula • Hemet to Corona/Lake Elsinore • Moreno Valley to San Bernardino County, and • Riverside County to Orange County The various corridors were discussed in detail at the CETAP Advisory Committee Meeting and many public comments were received in support of individual corridors. A subsequent task force meeting was held on May 11`h to allow an additional opportunity for questions and answers by interested parties. Attendees appreciated the opportunity to further talk out the benefits and/or issues within each corridor. CETAP Advisory Committee members and local jurisdictions are being asked to rank the four priority transportation corridors in terms of which should be recommended to the Commission for further study, engineering, and environmental documentation g00003 within the CETAP process. They are being asked to consider such factors as transportation need, urgency of protecting right-of-way, environmental impact, community impact, importance to the economy, potential cost of transportation improvements, community support, and likelihood of successful completion of the environmental documentation within the study schedule. These rankings, along with the CETAP consulting team's technical analysis, will assist in the Advisory Committee's recommendation for which two corridors should move forward in the CETAP process. This recommendation is scheduled to occur at the June 6th CETAP Advisory Committee, after our May 22nd Plans and Programs Committee Meeting. As we explained last month, due to the timing of the meetings, the corridor •recommendations will be forwarded directly to the Commission for action. Steve Smith, our CETAP Project Manager, will be present at the Committee meeting to provide an overview of the CETAP Working Paper #6 as well as an update on the corridor ranking process. • -)n0004 • • AGENDA ITEM 7 • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming SUBJECT: FY 01 and 02 Specialized Transit Two -Year Call For Projects EVALUATION COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Allocate the Measure A Specialized Transit Funds available in the western Riverside County as presented on Attachment A; 2) Place in contingency $17,000 in FY 02 for Transportation Specialist's Training Program; 3) Place in contingency $85,200 for Valley Restart Shelter, Inc. pending additional staff input. Staff will work with existing service providers to determine if existing transportation services are available to transport Valley Restart clients; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In January, 2000, the Commission directed staff to release a two-year call for Projects for Specialized Transit covering western Riverside County for fiscal years 01 and 02. The Specialized Transit program benefits seniors, persons with disabilities and the truly needy. We received 16 applications from 15 agencies requesting funding in the total amount of $2,337,063. A total of $2.3M is available for programming over the two years. A six -member evaluation committee consisting of one Commissioner, a representative from the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA), two representatives from the Commission's Citizens Advisory Committee, a representative from the San Bernardino Association of Governments and staff met on May 3, 2000 to review all of the applications. A subsequent meeting was held on May 12, to receive additional clarification on a few of the applications. As a result of the two meetings, recommendations for funding are presented on the attached table marked as Attachment A. )00005 Priorities for funding and evaluation of the applications were based on the following criteria: 1) Support of existing Measure A funded services which, if unfunded, would leave an area and/or special population without alternate service options; 2) Support of existing services which offer an improved level of service coordination and/or high level of individualized passenger assistance; 3) Support of new services which will leverage other revenue sources and will not require long-term support from Measure A (more than the two year funding cycle); and 4) Support of new or expansion of existing services. Review of applications also took into consideration the recommendations made as a result of the Specialized Transit Analysis that was conducted in FY 99 of specialized transit services provided in western Riverside County. The consulting firm that conducted the study was part of the Evaluation Committee together with staff from RTA. Their review and input of the proposals provided assistance in ensuring that duplication of services did not occur. Of the 16 projects submitted, the following three projects were recommended for funding with restrictions identified as follows: 1) City of Corona: The Evaluation Committee recommended that proposed fare subsidy funding be approved, for one year only, for FY 01. The City of Corona will be implementing a fare increase of $2.00 for regular fare passengers and $1.00 for senior citizens and the disabled. The fare increase together with a new shuttle service being planned for January,_ 2001, may assist the City in meeting their 20% fare box recovery requirement. Staff will work closely with the City of Corona and provide assistance as necessary. Prior to FY 02, staff will report back to the Commission on the progress made and seek further direction if the 20% fare box recovery is not met. 2) Transportation Specialists, Inc.: While the Evaluation Committee was supportive of TSI's request for funds to provide training to non-profit operators, it questioned whether training should be provided through the Riverside Transit Agency as part of its' Consolidated Transportation Service Agency responsibilities. Further exploration with RTA has resulted in the beginning stages of establishing a training program. However, should training not occur within FY 01, the Evaluation Committee recommends that TSI's request for funding be approved in FY 02; and 1n000ti • • • 3) Valley Restart Shelter, Inc.: The Evaluation Committee supports the efforts of Valley Restart, however, members questioned why existing transportation resources including RTA and Care -A -Van, who operate in the area cannot provide transportation to their clients. Staff will further explore this option and once additional information is obtained, will seek direction from the Commission on whether to release funding. The following three projects were not recommended for funding by the Evaluation Committee: 1) City of Riverside - Special Transit Services: Although the Evaluation Committee was supportive of the City of Riverside's request for match funds to replace nine alternative fuel vehicles, the Evaluation Committee recommends that the City's request be funded through State Transit Assistance (STA) funds. Commission policy states that available federal or state funds should be used before the allocation of local funds. If the Committee is in agreement with the Evaluation Committee, the City will be directed to modify their 2001 Short Range Transit Plan to show match as STA in place of Measure A. 2) Family Service Association of Western Riverside County. The Evaluation Committee was supportive of continued transportation service in the Jurupa area as a way to supplement RTA's Dial -A -Ride services. Two agencies submitted proposals to provide transportation: Family Service Association of Western Riverside County (FSAWRC) and Transportation Specialists, Inc. (TSI). Based on cost to provide the same service, the Evaluation Committee recommends that TSI be awarded the contract to operate in the Jurupa area. The following table illustrates the cost comparison of FSAWRC and TSI: Performance Measures as Stated in Each Agencies' Proposal FSAWRC TSI Difference Measure A Funds Requested for Jurupa Transportation Services $72,500 $20,000 $52,500 Number of Passengers Projected to be Carried 6,250 7,000 750 Net Cost per Passenger $11.60 $5.71 $5.89 Net Cost per Vehicle Service Hour $32.22 $38.46 $6.24 Net Cost Per Vehicle Service Mile $1.81 $1.43 $.38 Passengers per Vehicle Mile 16 27 11 Passengers per Vehicle Service Hour 2.77 6.73 3.96 �00007 If the Committee is in agreement with the Evaluation Committee's recommendation, TSI will provide the service in the Jurupa area with a $20,000 cash match. In addition, TSI is the current RTA contractor for the Jurupa Dial -a -Ride and as such will be able to coordinate services for all passengers. 3) Valley Resource Center for the Retarded: The Evaluation Committee recommends that Valley Resource Center tap into existing funding sources from Inland Regional Center or other sources to expand services. Financial Assessment Project Cost $1,004,985 FY01 $945,825 FY02 Source of Funds Measure A - Specialized Transit Western Riverside County (Y/N) Included in Fiscal Year Budget Y Year Included in Program Budget Y Year Programmed FY01 & FY02 Approved Allocation Year of Allocation FY01 & FY02 Budget Adjustment Required N Financial Impact Not Applicable • • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Specialized Transit Western Riverside County FY 00/01 and FY 01/02 Call For Projects RECOMMENDED FOR FUNDING Agency Name Anza Valley Community Services Blindness Support Services, Inc. Care -A -Van Transit Inc Type of Service Operating Assistance Requested FY01 $85,500 Recommended Requested FY01 FY02 $85,500 $92,373 Recommended FY02 Summary of Proposed Project 10 continue to provide public transportation in the rural AIII;liAglIalifja areal to Ilie elderly, low-income and disabled. Mobility Training - RTA buses $42,014 $42,014 $41,369 $94373 Corona -Norco Family YMCA Friends of Moreno Valley Inland Aids Project Operating Assistance $132,509 $132,509 $139,134 City of Norco - Parks & Rec. Capital Match Operating Assistance Operating Assistance $14,813 $14,813 $0 $41,369 $139,134 I o teach blind/visually impaired persons how to utilize the local fixed route bus services in western Riverside (;(riinly $0 Continue transportation services for seniors, the disabled and the truly needy in the I lemet/San Jacinto mid -county area Purchase a 15 passenger lift -equipped vehicle 1() provide transportation for needy children $28,500 $28,500 $28,500 $28,500 Continue transportation of riders to doctor's offices and medical facilities in Riverside, Fontana, Jumpa, Colton and Ionia I inda for passengers originating in Moreno Valley $87.449 $87,449 $87,449 Partnership to Preserve Independent Living Transportation Specialists, Inc. Capital Match $40,000 $40,000 $0 TRIP - Mileage Reimbursement $240,000 $87,449 Continue transportation of persons with IIIV disease who are transit disadvantaged to access medical and support services $240,000 $240,000 $0 Volunteer Center of Riverside County Total: Operating Assistance $174,000 $174,000 $1 /6,000 $240,000 Purchase one handicap assessable van for use in Senior Assistance lransportation Program and for twice a week senior excursions. Continuation of the -I RIP Program which provides mileage reimbursement to encourage volunteers to transport frail seniors and persons with disabilities who have 110 other form of transportation available $176,000 Continuation of integurisdictional services benefiting senior citizens, persons with disabilities, veterans and the truly needy Transportation Access Program $80,000 $924,785 $80,000 $80,000 $80.000 Continuation of the 'Alt program to assitit at tisk individuate for whom current Imnsportation ctplions ;ire inaccessible I of bus tickets and passes for scriior, disabled and linty newly $924,785 $884,825 $884,825 !,.'1/,0o 7 Y., /,t,1 Sher lAlktr,1 I rwr.?1 I i I11 wrl (12 ,,f I lw V 4 rt rt rt RECOMMENDED FOR FUNDING WITH RESTRICTIONS r , C Agency Name Requested Recommended Requested Recommended Summary of Proposed Project Type of Service FY01 FY01 FY02 FY02 City of Corona A Fare Subsidy $39,000 $39,000 $32,253 $0 Requesting funding to supplement ADA certified passenger fares, disabled and senior passenger fares. Would allow these passengers to continue to ride at a discounted rate transportation Specialists, Inc. Training Program Driver Training Program $17,000 $0 $13,000 $1 7,000 One time funding request to assist in the establishment and commencement of a special transportation training curriculum for Riverside County paratransit drivers Funding would only be allocaled if RTA does not implement training program in FY 2001 Valley Restart Shelter, Inc. Operating Assistance $41,200 $41,200 $44,000 $44,000 Continue operation of existing transportation program (not Measure A supported) for homeless individuals_ Expansion of Class f3 drivers' license training program (Not Measure A supported) Total: $97,200 $80,200 $89,253 $61,000 NOT RECOMMENDED FOR FUNDING Requested Recommended Requested Recommended Agency Name Type of Service FY01 FY01 FY02 FY02 Summary of Proposed Project City of Riverside - Special Transit Capital Match $42,500 $0 $34,000 $0 Local match to purchase nine replacement alternative fuel 1 vehicles with lifts and lie downs. Family Service Assoc. of WRC Operating Assistance $72,500 $0 $75,000 $0 Continuation of services in the Jurupa area for medical, personal, employment and shopping trips for elderly and disabled passengers. Valley Resource Center for the Retarded Operating Assistance $75,000 $0 $82,000 $0 Expansion of existing program (not Measure A supported) of two developmentally disabled client groups Adult Development Center -and Supported Employment Clients Total: $190,000 $0 $191,000 $0 • tt � nr1 Spnclalved It, Ill nrnl ()vet.. ,tr 4 • • AGENDA ITEM 8 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: Susan Cornelison, Rail Program Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming SUBJECT: San Jacinto Branch Line Report and Recommendations for Strategic Plan STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval of 1) Receiving the preliminary "Southwest Riverside Short -Haul Rail -Transit Ridership Estimate" report prepared by Schiermeyer Consulting Services; 2) Adopting the Commuter Rail option for passenger service between Riverside and Perris along the San Jacinto Branch Line (and Riverside Branch Line) for inclusion in the pending Strategic Plan update; and 3) Reserving $39 million in Measure A funds accruing before 2009 to rail projects, including $15 million capital and $5 million operating to the San Jacinto Branch Line project; and forward these recommendations to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: RCTC is undergoing a rigorous process to update its Strategic Plan for project delivery and capital expenditures over the remaining life of the existing Measure A. Based on previous Commission policy, it appears that the proportionate share of Measure A revenues which could accrue to the Rail Program between 2002 and 2009 amounts to $67 million. With some of the Measure A highway projects needing additional capital, rail staff was directed to take a hard look at which potential rail projects would actually need Measure A funding during that time. Many of the rail projects within the 30-year capital program for Metrolink are funded by other sources; however, failing to reserve sufficient local monies as matching funds can result in the loss of state and federal funds (to which we would be otherwise entitled) and noon therefore, the loss of those projects. The recommendations before you today free up $27- $28 million for allocation to highway or other Measure A projects. A critical issue to be resolved is whether the Commission seeks passenger rail service along the first segment of the San Jacinto Branch Line (SJBL) before expiration of the Measure. SJBL service is the one remaining potential rail project within the Measure A plan. Since acquiring the San Jacinto Branch Line in 1992, the Commission has periodically ordered assessments of the Line's viability as a passenger rail corridor. The most recent studies, conducted over the past year, have been presented to assist the Commission in its decisions for the updated Strategic Plan. Staff had been asked to update available information on both a commuter rail option and all -day rail car service. In February of this year Schiermeyer Consulting Services submitted it's ridership estimate for a proposed extension of Metrolink service from downtown Riverside to Perris. That effort projected that 2,600 long-distance passenger trips per day would be generated along the extension in 2005. SCS later supplemented this ridership projection with a financial analysis. Both reports concluded that the commuter rail extension appeared technically and financially feasible. Assuming that the extension were in place during the coming budget year, SCS concluded that the performance measurements would compare favorably with those of other Metrolink routes. The Metrolink rail extension is not the only option for rail service between Riverside and Perris. Metrolink service is conceived as a limited service operating primarily during the peak arrival time for work hours in both Orange and Los Angeles counties. Thus these Metrolink trains would be scheduled for departures very early in the morning and return back well into the evening. The Metrolink service would be of little ' value for local trips because of the time of day in which it operates. Theoretically, if there was sufficient trip demand all day long, it would be possible to forego a Metrolink extension and implement an all -day rail car service operating on headways similar to buses and using an alternative rail technology (Self Propelled Multiple Units, or "SPMU"). Such rail car service would operate all day long over most of the same Branch Line tracks used by freight trains and would connect with the Metrolink trains in Riverside. Schiermeyer Consulting Services was asked to investigate the patronage potential of such an all -day service. Were this ridership potential high enough RCTC might be asked to choose between a Metrolink extent and an all -day rail car option. The report submitted today summarizes the analysis being conducted on the all -day rail option. In essence the report concludes that there appears to be insufficient ridership, based upon the currently proposed 2020 land uses and projected densities, • moni2 • • • to justify substituting an all -day rail car service for the limited Metrolink service. This is especially true when the additional capital costs required for alternative rail cars and supporting infrastructure are factored into the equation. In order to identify as large a potential market as possible, staff had asked the consultants to extend lines for all -day rail car service as far south as Temecula and east to San Jacinto. Even with the addition of multiple origins and destinations along the lines, the current projections for 2010 and 2020 do not justify either the higher capital investment or the presumably higher operating costs at this time. We understand, however, that Riverside Transit Agency will be studying express bus options in the region, and that may prove to be a viable alternative for the near -term. A change in land use patterns, however, could have significant impacts on the proposed all -day rail service. The more dwelling units close to a station and the more numerous the job locations close to a station, the greater the ridership. It's a fairly simple equation, which is somewhat less critical for the commuter rail option. By definition, most Metrolink users are traveling long distances and are willing to travel somewhat longer in the morning to catch a commuter train, unlike potential users whose rail trips would be much shorter. Thus a significant re -shuffling of the location of future growth within the CETAP area would likely have less impact on overall Metrolink ridership. It could, however, significantly impact the viability of all -day rail car service. CURRENT DECISION -MAKING ENVIRONMENT: In no way are the current decisions intended to pre-empt the CETAP planning process. The urgency here is to reserve sufficient rail -related Measure A dollars over the next _ 9 years to meet necessary commuter rail capital needs, including the required match to federal and state funds which RCTC has aggressively sought for this project. The growth in commuter rail reflects goals established by both the Commission and the CETAP Advisory Committee, but timely implementation will also depend on when those other funds are available. Extending Metrolink service from Riverside to Perris is technically and financially feasible. It merits strong consideration for funding under the existing Measure A program (and was part of the system originally envisioned with the development the Measure). Staff is recommending that the Commission include base funding for the commuter rail project in its Strategic Plan. Upgrading the corridor to passenger standards is costly, approximately $63 million (escalated) as far as Perris, but would also provide additional opportunities for freight shipments and industrial development along the right-of-way. Conventional commuter rail, however, is still the least costly to build, and the extension to Perris can stand on its own merits with or without any extra benefit for freight delivery. 04013 Nothing in this action will preclude a future extension of commuter rail to Hemet/San Jacinto or the future addition or substitution of rail cars (Self Propelled Multiple Units). Both can be operated in harmony with freight rail on the same right-of-way, though rail car service would carry its own set of institutional and design constraints. RCTC's Commuter Rail Short Range Transit Plan Update, which is also before you today, contains staff's best approximation of rail funding cash flow through 2010. Reserving $15million of rail -related Measure A for the San Jacinto Branch Line commuter rail extension is consistent with that plan, and does not adversely affect the funding needed for other planned capital projects within the existing Metrolink system. However, should state or federal monies for the SJBL project be available sooner, the Commission may choose an earlier implementation date in which case additional operating subsidy of approximately $850,000 per year would also be needed from a Measure A earmark. Consequently, staff is recommending that a total of $39 million of Measure A be set aside for rail projects in the Strategic Plan: a $15 million capital allocation and $5 million operating reserve for the SJBL project, with the remainder used for other rail capital as identified in Short Range Transit Plan and Metrolink's 30- year Capital Program. Financial Assessment RCTC Rail Project Costs (Over 10 years) $149,309,000 San Jacinto Branch Line: $63.0 mil. (+ $5 mil. Ops) Other projects & Rolling Stock: $86.3 mil. Sources of Funds San Jacinto Branch Line: $15 million Measure A capital $ 5 million Measure A operating $48 million State/Federal ($500K Congressional earmark) Other Capital Projects & Rolling Stock: $19 million Measure A $67.3 million State/Federal Budget Adjustment Required N Financial Impact Not Applicable Y • �n0014 Southwest Riverside Short -Haul Rail -Transit Ridership Estimate • Preliminary Report Prepared By Schiermeyer Consulting Services In Association with Wilbur Smith Associates May 15, 2000 • M0015 Southwest Riverside Short -Haul Rail -Transit Ridership Estimate Purpose of the Report The purpose of this report is to estimate the potential for short -distance rail transit ridership along two major transportation corridors within southwestern Riverside County. Southwestern Riverside County, as described in this study, is an area encompassing the following cities -and communities: Moreno Valley, San Jacinto, Hemet, Perris, Sun City, Winchester, Homeland, Romoland, Canyon Lake, Murrieta and Temecula. The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) presently owns a rail line, the San Jacinto Branch Line (SJBL), that extends from Riverside to San Jacinto located generally along Interstate 215 (1-215) and State Route 74 (SR-74). This ownership serves as a precipitating factor to evaluate various forms of transit service or commuter service to determine which makes sense based on potential riders. This information is intended to support RCTC decision making on future transportation investments within western Riverside County. The ridership potential from an all -day, fixed guideway, short -haul transit service provided by self-propelled multiple unit technology (SPMU) is evaluated in this study. The service area considered in the Perris Commuter Rail Extension Patronage Estimate (Schiermeyer Consulting Services, February 2000) extended to San Jacinto and to Temecula. Service between Perris and Riverside alone, the extent of the Metrolink extension analysis does not provide a comparable evaluation of short -haul service for the same service area. To do so, a more extensive short -haul transit system is considered. This study assumes that there is a suitable track connection beginning at the Riverside Metrolink station and continuing to San Jacinto. In addition, this study considers a potential track extension between Romoland south to the Temecula Town Center to be located in the vicinity of the 1-215. This assumes that there is physical space to introduce a line along or near the highway with available space for stations near major interchanges. SPMU service is assumed to run on the same tracks as freight service on the SJBL, with all improvements to provide necessary passing tracks and operating speeds being made. This estimate also • assumes good feeder bus service to proposed station locations. For purposes of this analysis, it is assumed that there will be all -day service from and to San Jacinto and Riverside, from and to Temecula and Riverside and from and to San Jacinto and Temecula. This study also assumes the high levels of congestion on the 1-215 and through the SR-60 interchange will continue as predicted in the ongoing Community and Environmental Transportation Acceptability Process (CETAP) work and the associated land use planning efforts of Riverside County's Integrated Project (RCIP). A special note of caution is emphasized for the reader. This evaluation only considers service in two connecting corridors within Riverside County, the 1-215 and SR-74 corridors. This analysis is prompted by a series of funding and policy decisions to be made by RCTC in the immediate future. This analysis could not wait to proceed along the same schedule as ongoing studies by the Riverside Transit Agency or the CETAP/RCIP processes. Other corridors within Riverside County (e.g. those currently under investigation by the RTA as part of their long-range planning efforts) are not considered here. This study has been prepared to compare alternative Southwest Riverside Short -Haul 1 May 15, 2000 Transit Service Ridership Estimate • In00lb service types within the SJBL corridor only. All -day, fixed guideway transit service may have more superior ridership performance on other corridors. This study is not part of the ongoing planning and analysis associated with either the I-215/SR-74 Regional Flyer or the CETAP/RCIP transportation alternative analysis. This study examines one potential use of a .rail right of way already owned by RCTC. A three -step analysis was originally anticipated to provide a comparison of commuter rail and short -haul transit service investment decisions. This was to develop and analyze ridership, identify a conceptual operating plan, and finally to develop operating cost estimates. Initial patronage, however, figures do not yield sufficient ridership to support either peak -period or all - day service, given the existing land uses and projected densities. Therefore, operating plans and cost evaluations were not pursued. Proposed New Service This evaluation considers all -day rail transit operations between San Jacinto to downtown Riverside via the SJBL and the Union Pacific's Riverside Branch Line (UPBL) using self- propelled multiple -unit (SPMU) technology. This type of service is intended to provide travelers an alternative to the automobile as well as congestion relief in an already congested corridor. Service of this type is also envisioned to provide good connecting service to long distance Metrolink service into Orange and Los Angeles Counties. Good feeder bus connections to this service are also assumed. The SJBL is a rail line of approximately 37 miles. The analysis assumes institutional arrangements will be achieved to bring about a more direct connection using the UPBL. This also assumes the UPBL and the SJBL lines and associated connections are improved to accommodate top operating speeds of between 45 and 60 miles per hour. Additional all -day rail transit operations are evaluated from and to Temecula and downtown Riverside adding approximately 18 miles of additional track where none presently exists. Exhibit 1 provides an overview of the study area, the corridor alignment and potential station locations. Patronage estimates are made for all -day service from and to San Jacinto and the downtown Riverside Metrolink Station, from and to Temecula and the Riverside Metrolink station, and for connecting service to and from Temecula and San Jacinto. Patronage estimates assume SPMU service would operate during morning and evening peak periods on 15 to 20 minute headways (time between trains). Early morning service is to be provided to permit well-timed transfers to Metrolink service at the Riverside Metrolink station. Early morning service is also to be provided at the shorter headways in order to provide for high quality connecting service to the downtown Riverside Metrolink station. The SJBL between San Jacinto and Riverside is assumed as the basic route and alignment to be evaluated. Connections into the downtown Riverside station will be via the UPBL, bypassing Highgrove and providing service along the SJBL, a route that RCTC owns. ' The additional line was considered to provide service from and to Riverside and Temecula via Murrieta and Sun City through an area where no track presently exists and no right of way is owned by RCTC. The line was envisioned to diverge from the SJBL in the vicinity of Romoland and to be generally located along 1-215. Stations are assumed to be located near those freeway intersections located in the vicinity of the larger activity centers of the area. This line was evaluated to determine if it would improve overall forecast ridership rates. It was also evaluated because it would provide a short -haul, fixed route service in the same service area Southwest Riverside Short -Haul Transit Service Ridership Estimate 2 May 15, 2000 000017 previously evaluated for the Metrolink extension analysis. Connecting service between San Jacinto and Temecula would result from the addition of the second line. This extension is beyond that which has been studied in previous ridership studies for the San Jacinto Branch line (Morrison -Knudson Patronage Projections, the Senate Bill (SB) 1402 Regional Rail Study and the San Jacinto Branch Line Rail Corridor Study Boyle Engineering 1995.) Twenty-five station locations are considered in this analysis. Station spacing between one- and two -miles apart was considered in light of current development trends, identified plans and accessibility to the rail line from the highways. Locations include those identified in the Boyle Engineering study, local land use and transportation plans and ongoing planning efforts. In addition, a number of stations are included to provide accessibility from major, connecting local roads where stations have not previously been identified. Resulting locations have not been evaluated for station suitability or zoning or land use compatibility. Methodology A conservative methodology for transit ridership development is used in this analysis as available traditional transportation modeling tools are not presently at a development stage that allows them to be used for this study. Efforts have been targeted at developing credible ridership estimates using those elements of the existing models that can assist in the forecasting boarding and alighting information for potential stations. Key components of this method include the following: • Use of the adopted regional growth forecasts and distribution embodied in the Southern California Association of Government's (SCAG) Comprehensive Transportation Model (CTP), the base year and 2020 forecast year trip tables presently available that are being used in the CETAP process. • Identify potential transit stations and generalized alignment using the SJBL as the primary corridor. Establish the corridor boundaries and transportation analysis zones (TAZ) groupings for subsequent analysis. • Segregate internal trips into those with a higher propensity for transit use due to proximity to a station and those areas with lower likelihood for transit use due to increasing distance from a station. Identify methods to include external trips for Metrolink transfers. • Generate production and attractions trips between TAZ district groups, corresponding attraction and production trips using the TRANPLAN modeling package and the SCAG provided trip tables. • Establish market share for home to work, other to work and non -work trip types based on comparable service in similar areas as well as the existing mode choice model results for the study area, rather than the entire SCAG region. Determine variable market share rates to simulate the effect of increased travel time and wait time at stations from zones • Apply diurnal factors to determine peak and off peak periods by trip type using SCAG model factors. • Quantify line loadings (boarding and alightings) for through and connecting services. • Establish a market share of external long distance trips that would use the system to transfer to Metrolink Service in Riverside. Southwest Riverside Short -Haul 3 May 15, 2000 Transit Service Ridership Estimate m0018 • Patronage Estimate Preliminary results of the analysis indicate a limited ridership potential for SPMU rail service on the two lines. Table 1 presents a range of potential ridership for service from and to Riverside and San Jacinto for 2005 and for 2020. Ridership is estimated from between approximately 4,000 and 8,000 riders per day for 2005 and from between approximately 5,800 and 11,300 by 2020 under the present SCAG adopted growth forecasts and distributions. These figures include an estimate of riders who would transfer to Metrolink service in Riverside. Morning peak period loads are estimated at approximately 1,000 to 2,000 per day in 2005 while evening peak period ridership is estimated to be only slightly higher. Off peak ridership captures nearly as many riders as the peak period ridership. Table 2 presents the range of potential ridership on a new SPMU service from and to Riverside and Temecula. Ridership in 2005 is estimated from between approximately 4,000 and 7,500 riders per day. Forecast ridership for 2020 is estimated to be between approximately 7,000 to 12,000 riders per day under the present SCAG adopted growth forecasts and distributions. These figures include an estimate of riders who would transfer to Metrolink service in Riverside. Ridership for the combined SPMU service from and to San Jacinto, Temecula and downtown Riverside is show in Table 3. Ridership is estimated from between approximately 5,200 and 8,200 riders per day for 2005 and from between approximately 10,000 — 15,500 by 2020 under the present SCAG adopted growth forecasts and distributions. Individual line service should not be added. Service between San Jacinto and Riverside service and Temecula and Riverside service provide overlapping service on the portion of line between the Romoland Station and downtown Riverside. In addition, the two lines result in connecting service between San Jacinto and Temecula, which is not available for either of the individual lines. Overall ridership numbers for either of the two individual lines or the combined service are low by industry standards. Peak period volumes are very low. Morning and evening peak period operations of train sets in all directions at 15 to 20 minute headways would result in a lot of service for very few riders. For comparison purposes, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA) Blue Line operates with daily volumes of more than 60,000 riders per day. This is the most successful line in the United States; however, the ridership numbers forecast here are below industry standards. Southwest Riverside Short -Haul Transit Service Ridership Estimate 5 May 15, 2000 n00019 TABLE 1 TOTAL DAILY RIDERSHIP ESTIMATES FOR S.P.M.U. SERVICE Riverside - San Jacinto Service 2005 Ridership 2020 Ridership Northbound Southbound Total Northbound Southbound Total Morning Peak 530 - 1,065 390 - 780 920 -1,845 850 - 1,500 580 - 1,160 1,430 - 2,660 Evening Peak 430 - 860 550 - 1,100 980 - 1,960 630 - 1,260 765 - 1,530 1,400 - 2,790 Off Peak 625 - 1,260 625 - 1,250 1,250 - 2,510 890 - 1,790 • 880 - 1,760 1,770 - 3,550 Daily 1,585 - 3,185 1,565 - 3,130 3,150 - 6,325 2,370 - 4,550 2,225 - 4,440 4,600 - 9,000 Long Distance Metrolink Connections 400 - 800 400 - 800 800 - 1,600 580 - 1,160 580 - 1,160 1,160 - 2,320 Total Daily 1,985 - 3,985 1,965 - 3,940 3,950 - 7,924 2,950 - 5,710 2,805 - 5,600 5,760 - 11,320 ource. c iermeyer Consulting Services and Wilbur Smith Associates, May 2000. Metrolink Transfer assumed to be between 15 and 30 percent of estimated daily boardings from Perris Commuter Rail Patronage Estimate, Schiermeyer Consulting Services, February 2000. . TABLE 2 TOTAL DAILY RIDERSHIP ESTIMATES FOR S.P.M.U. SERVICE Riverside - Temecula Service 2005 Ridership 2020 Ridership Northbound Southbound Total Northbound Southbound Total Morning Peak 475 - 950 440 - 880 915 - 1,830 950 -1,440 880 - 1,390 1,830 - 2,830 Evening Peak 415 - 830 510 - 1,020 925 - 1,850 830 -1,360 1,020 - 1,590 1,850 - 2,950 Off Peak 660 - 1,120 690 - 1,120 1,350 - 2,300 1,120 -1,830 1,175 - 1,910 2,300 - 3,740 Daily 1,550 - 2,900 1,640 - 3,075 3,190 - 5,970 2,900 - 4,630 3,075 - 4,890 5,975 - 9,520 Long Distance Metrolink Connections 400 - 800 400 - 800 800 - 1,600 580 - 1,160 580 - 1,160 1,160 - 2,320 Total Daily 1,950 - 3,700 2,040 - 3,875 3,990 - 7,570 3,480 - 5,790 3,655 - 6,050 7,135 - 11,840 Source. Schiermeyer Consulting Services and Wilbur Smith Associates, May 2000. Metrolink Transfer assumed to be approximately fifteen percent of estimated daily boardings from Perris Commuter Rail Patronage Estimate, Schiermeyer Consulting Services, February, 2000. Southwest Riverside Short -Haul Transit Service Ridership Estimate • 6 • May 15, 2000 • • Morning Peak Evening Peak Off Peak Daily TABLE 3 TOTAL DAILY RIDERSHIP ESTIMATES FOR COMBINED S.P.M.U. SERVICE Long Distance Metrolink Connections Total Daily 1,540 - 4,040 2,640 - 4,180 5,180 - 8,220 4,860 - 7,630 5,080 - 7,920 9,940 - 15,550 Source: Schiermeyer Consulting Services and Wilbur Smith Associates, May 2000. Metrolink Transfer assumed to be approximately fifteen percent of estimated daily boardings from Perris Commuter Rail Patronage Estimate, Schiermeyer Consulting Services, February 2000. Northbound 680 - 1,030 620 - 940 840 - 1,270 2,140 - 3,240 2005 Ridership Southbound 610 - 930 750 - 1,130 880 - 1,320 Total 1,290 - 1,960 1,370 - 2,070 1,720 - 2,590 • 2020 Ridership Northbound 1,360 - 2,060 1,230 - 1,870 1,690 - 2,540 Southbound 1,230 - 1,860 1,510 - 2,260 1,760 - 2,640 Total 2,590 - 3,920 2,740 - 4,130 3,450 - 5,180 400 - 800 2,240 - 3,380 400 - 800 4,380 - 6,620 800 - 1,600 4,280 - 6,470 580 - 1,160 4,500 - 6,760 580 - 1,160 8,780 - 13,230 1,160 - 2,320 Southwest Riverside Short -Haul 7 May 15, 2000 Transit Service Ridership Estimate Comparison with Previous Analysis Methods Ridership estimates in the previously mentioned studies resulted in greater ridership than is estimated as a result of this method. Differences in assumptions regarding service characteristics, mode choice capture rates; the basic travel model used to general trip tables and the growth assumptions are reasons for these differences. Two areas clearly account for a large share of the differing results. Difference in Service Characteristics. This evaluation considers two lines of service, one between San Jacinto and Riverside and the other between Temecula and Riverside. This has the effect of providing connecting service between Temecula and San Jacinto. Additional stations were evaluated in this analysis in order to maximize the accessibility to the line. This study considers all trip lengths for SPMU service between stations, while previous studies have only included service of more than nine miles. This method includes non -work and other -to - work trip tables to develop ridership rather than using a percentage of the estimated home based work trip as a measure. Mode Split or Capture -Rate Assumptions for various trip types. Comparative industry examples indicate that mode split for home -based -work (HBW) trips provided by commuter rail service generally ranges from a low of 3 percent to a high of 10 percent depending on time savings, service levels and highway congestion. (Sonoma-Marin Rail Plan, Ridership and Revenue, [Wilbur Smith] and Integrating Transportation with Land Use hand out from the Transit Task Force CETAP Advisory Subcommittee of April 13, 2000 [TransCore, March 2000]). This current study uses a variable capture rate - a 4 percent capture rate in those TAZ which are adjacent to proposed stations and a 1 percent capture rate for the balance of the TAZ for the internal corridor HBW trips. Use of variable capture -rates results in a lower overall capture -rate than the 4 percent used in the Boyle Engineering 1995 study which used a single capture rate for internal corridor trips. This study applies that rate to all HBW trips between zones within the three-mile study corridor. Findings and Conclusions 1. Ridership on a new SPMU service from and to Riverside and San Jacinto is estimated from between approximately 4,000 and 8,000 riders per day for 2005 and from between approximately 5,800 and 11,300 by 2020 under the present SCAG adopted growth forecasts and distributions. These figures include an estimate of riders who would transfer to Metrolink service in Riverside. Morning peak period loads are estimated at approximately 1,000 to 2,000 per day in 2005 while evening peak period ridership is estimated to be only slightly higher. 2. Ridership on a new SPMU service from and to Riverside and Temecula is estimated from between approximately 4,000 and 7,500 riders per day for 2005 and from between approximately 7,000 to 12,000 by 2020 under the present SCAG adopted growth forecasts and distributions. These figures include an estimate of riders who would transfer to Metrolink service in Riverside. Southwest Riverside Short -Haul 8 May 15, 2000 Transit Service Ridership Estimate • -00022 3. Ridership for the combined SPMU service from and to San Jacinto, Temecula and downtown Riverside is estimated from between approximately 5,200 and 8,200 riders per day for 2005 and from between approximately 10,000 and 15,500 by 2020 under the present SCAG adopted growth forecasts and distributions. These figures include an estimate of riders who would transfer to Metrolink service in Riverside. 4. Peak hour boardings and alightings are sufficiently low on either line. Operation of peak period service with extended early hours to capture Metrolink transfer riders would be costly. 5. Further evaluation of preliminary boarding and alighting data by station may indicate those potential station areas to further discuss as part of the CETAP process to determine land use and transit linkages and appropriate uses, densities and intensities. RCTC should carry these findings forward into CETAP's recently convened Transit Task Force. Based upon SCAG's present population and employment growth and distributions for 2020 there appears to be insufficient ridership to support a SPMU option at this time. Were the CETAP to result in greater densities along this corridor fixed -route guideway option might be strengthened. While the SPMU ridership analysis did not yield sufficient ridership for an all -day service, there are very strong indications that the region could support express bus service for the home -to - work market between Perris-Temecula-Murrieta and Riverside. We urge RCTC to advance this project as well. Southwest Riverside Short -Haul Transit Service Ridership Estimate 9 May 15, 2000 900023 • AGENDA ITEM 9 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans & Programs Committee FROM: Susan Cornelison, Rail Program Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning & Programming SUBJECT: Southern California Intercity Rail Group Reauthorization and Membership STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval of 1) Adopting the proposed "Amendment to the Joint Powers Group Agreement Extending the Duration of the Southern California Intercity Rail Group;" and 2) Renewing RCTC's membership on the Southern California Intercity Rail Group for the coming fiscal year and authorizing membership contribution of $10,000; and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: RCTC has been a participating member of the Southern California Intercity Rail Group, a joint powers authority consisting of SCAG and seven counties' transportation agencies, which was organized to promote intercity rail service funding in Southern California. Staff had been ambivalent about RCTC's continued membership since most activity has centered on increasing Amtrak San Diegan service along the coast. In the last few months, however, progress has been seen in efforts to secure Intercity Passenger Rail service from the Coachella Valley and Riverside to Orange and Los Angeles, which is a long -held goal of the Commission. Both Amtrak West and Caltrans Division of Rail have now included the Coachella Valley corridor in their pending rail plans. It appears that the advocacy activities possible through this multi - county organization have helped to advance RCTC's interests, and staff is now recommending approval of the attached JPA amendment to continue the Group, and RCTC's continued membership, at least for the coming fiscal year. Financial Assessment 1 Project Cost I$10,000 membership, budgeted in Rail Program ��00024 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA== INTERCITY RA I L _ GROUP May 2.2000 Eric Haley Executive Director Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 university Avenue Riverside, CA 92501 Dear Mr. Haley: MEOW Joint Powers Board At the April 28, 2000 Southern California Intercity Rail Group (SCIRG) meeting, the Board voted to approve an amendment to the Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) and extend an opportunity to Ventura County Transportation Authority to re join SCIRG. The amendment extends the JPA for four years. June 30, 2000 to June 30, 2004. After June 30, 2004, am farther extension would need to go before the member agency governing boards. At this time it is necessary for each member agency's governing board to approve and sign the extension of the JPA as recommended. Signed SCIRG Joint Powers Agreements should be sent to the administrator, Jacki Bacharch: Jacki Bacharach & Associates 5033 Rock Valley Road Rancho Palos Verdes. CA 90274 Sincerely Jhliafine Nygaard SCIRG Chair Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority • Orange County Tronsportation Authority • Riverside County Transportation Commission Son Bernardino Associated Governments • San Diego Association of Governments • San Luis Obispo Council of Governments Santa Barbara County Association of Governments • Ventura County Transportation Commission Southern California Association of Governments • California Department of Transportation ? ?0025 • • • AMENDMENT TO JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT EXTENDING THE DURATION OF THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INTERCITY RAIL GROUP Recitals WHEREAS. the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. the Orange County Transportation Authority. the Riverside County Transportation Commission. the San Bernardino Associated Governments. the San Diego Association of Governments. the San Luis Obispo Council of Governments, the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments and the Ventura County Transportation of Commission have entered into an agreement (the Agreement). establishing an interim joint powers board for the planning of intercity passenger rail service for Southern California, hereinafter referred to as the AGENCY. WHEREAS. the Agreement has been amended to add the Southern California Association of Governments as a member of the AGENCY. WHEREAS, each of the member agencies, except the Ventura County Transportation Commission, executed an amendment to the Agreement which extended its duration to June 30. 1999. and provided an option to the AGENCY's Governing Board to extend the duration of the Agency to June 30, 2000. WHEREAS, the AGENCY Board has exercised the option to extend the Agreement to June 30. 2000. WHEREAS, the parties to the Agreement now wish to extend the Agreement for an additional term. WHEREAS, the parties to the Agreement have agreed that it is in the public interest to extend the duration of the Agreement. RVPUB`SCD\558641 000026 NOW, THEREFORE, the parties to this Amendment hereby agree to as follows: 1. Section 11 of the Agreement shall be amended to read as follows: This Agreement shall be in effect until June 30, 2002. or until such earlier time as a majority of the member agencies determine that it is in the public interest to dissolve the AGENCY. This Agreement may be extended an additional two years to June 30, 2004 by the affirmative vote of a majority of the Governing Board of the AGENCY, provided that this Section 11 shall not effect the rights of any member agency to withdraw under Section 12, hereof. This Agreement may be extended beyond June 30, 2004 if the member agencies determine it is in the public interest to do so. 2. Should the Ventura County Transportation Commission choose to execute this Amendment, it shall become a member of the Agency and be bound by the Agreement, as amended. 3. Other than as amended by this Amendment, the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Amendment to the Agreement which may be executed in one or more counterparts by duly authorized officers and may include multiple signature pages, all of which shall be deemed to .,e one instrument. Copies of this Agreement may be used in lieu of the original. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION NAME: DATE: TITLE: RVPUB\SCD`.558641 100027 AGENDA ITEM 10 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: Susan Cornelison & Stephanie Wiggins, Rail Program Managers THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming SUBJECT: Rail Program Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Rail Program Update and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Attached is the Metrolink ridership and on -time -performance report for the month of April, 2000. Other reports or related materials may be provided in a side packet at the Committee meeting. Staff will be prepared to discuss these materials at the Commission's direction. Of particular note: 1) Ridership on Metrolink's Riverside and Inland Empire Lines reached an all-time high in March and April, growing 12% and 26% respectively over the same period last year. 2) Planning for RCTC's summer 2000 Beach Trains is complete, and promotional materials and tickets are now available. Twenty-four Beach Trains will operate over seventeen weekend dates, beginning June 24. Commissioners may request flyers, poster or other materials for their areas. 3) Also starting June 24 will be Metrolink's Saturday service on the Riverside Line (from downtown Riverside through Pedley, Ontario, Montebello and Industry to Los Angeles). The two round trips will be augmented by continued Riverside connections to some San Bernardino Line Saturday trains, giving Riverside passengers additional travel options. 4) June 25 will see the beginning of Sunday service on the San Bernardino Line with some trains continuing into downtown Riverside. For the first time, Metrolink will be operating regularly scheduled trains seven days a week. 3)00028 The start dates for implementing the expended weekend service were chosen to coincide with the planned extension of MTA's Red Line (subway) to Universal City and Universal Studios, capitalizing on the extensive marketing which will accompany that opening. ln0029 The Press -Enterprise ponsored upplement ursday. May 11, 2000 •*r 3 Metrolink makes a marvelous time for Sunshine students ening around and out of town is open more diffi- cult for visually impaired students. Although Metrolink serves the Inland Empire. many of Vera Leonard's students at sunshine School had not experi- enced the excitement of travel to this way • Leonard's idea. funded by a REEF grant, allowed a dozen stu- dents to practice their travel. social. and eating skills in a real -life envi- ronment by travelling to Los Angeles and visiting Ol'era Street. In learning about alternative modes of transportation. students learn about new- possibilities for liv- ing in the world around them_ Leonardarranged for Metrolink Passenger Sentce to deliver a train to the station a half-hour earl- so that her students could learn about the seat arrangements of a typical .rain car and practice entering. finding a seat and exiting when the train was not in motion. The tram car nad three levels to explore as students went on their tourney of auth. ine students met children er schools on this tram trip. Ol•era Street restaurants were popular as they practiced ordering from a menu and had the fun of "eating out " These skills will continue to be refined back in Riverside in future orientation and mobility sessions Sleeting new people. conversa- tion, and a great lunch will be a hard act to follow. but Leonard already has plans to extend the experience back in the classroom. "The students had a marvelous cc The students had a marvelous time exploring this form of transportation. They met students from other areas. There was so much learning going on with REEF's support.9 9 time exploring this alternative form of transportation. They met other students from schools in the area. There was so much learning going on, with REEF's support." Metrolink has opened a new world of alternative travel to Sunshine students. • V (Lett): Starting the journey to Los Angeles are: Anayeli Palacios. Gage: Albert Gamboa. Ramona: Barb Gaiaano. Teacher: Angela Garey, Poly: Jana Jarva. Aide. 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AGENDA ITEM 11 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: Jerry Rivera, Program Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming SUBJECT: FY 2001-2007 Short Range Transit Plan CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION This item is to seek Committee approval of the FY 2001-07 Short Range Transit Plans for the cities of Banning, Beaumont, Corona, and Regional Commuter Rail as presented and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION The Riverside County FY 2001-2007 Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) covers the three apportionment areas of the county and is comprised of plans for the municipal operators, the Riverside Transit Agency, SunLine Transit Agency, Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency, and Regional Commuter Rail. The Plans for Banning, Beaumont, Corona, Riverside Special Services, the Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency, SunLine Transit Agency, and Regional Commuter Rail were reviewed by the Commission's Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC) on May 15, 2000. The CAC was supportive of the proposed SRTPs except for the Plans from Riverside Special Services, Palo Verde Valley Transit, and SunLine Transit Agency. SunLine's plan needed some additional refinement of data on performance indicators and will be reviewed at the Committee's June 19th meeting. The Committee had several qu.estions on Palo Verde Valley Transit's plan. We will arrange to have staff from the City of Blythe available by conference call at their next meeting to address their questions. The Committee decided to defer action on the City of Riverside's plan because of their concern on capacity constraints identified in an ADA Paratransit Program review conducted for the RTA. That review recommended that additional service be provided in the City of Riverside and the Committee was unclear whether Riverside Special Services or RTA would be the service provider. Unfortunately, RTA's plan had not been submitted and RTA staff in attendance was not able to provide any specific information on this question, so the Committee deferred action on Riverside's plan. Attached are those plans which the CAC is recommending approval. The following is a summary of service highlights for those plans: 00044 City of Banning Effective July 1", weekday service will be extended one hour to meet the needs of working individuals. Two demonstration bus routes serving Cabazon and the City of Banning on Sundays will be implemented. Dial -a -ride service hours will increase to accommodate ADA certified passenger service requests for additional weekday and Saturday service in both Cabazon and the City of Banning. City of Beaumont In August 2000, two fixed routes will be developed to service the southern and northern sections of the city's service area. In addition, in September 2000, Saturday service will be implemented as well as extending the hours of service to begin two hours earlier in the morning and end one hour later in the evening. City of Corona The City is required to meet a fare revenue ratio of 20% for its general public dial -a -ride service. On May 9; 2000, the City conducted a public hearing on a proposed fare increase to be implemented in July 2000, and although the City will double its current fare, they are estimating that they will not meet the required 20%. The City has submitted a request for Measure "A" Specialized Transit funds to help meet their fare revenue ratio. The City is also looking to implement a community fixed route shuttle service in January 2001, pending the results of a public hearing. Regional Commuter Rail In FY 2000/01, two Saturday round -trips on the Riverside (UP) Line and up to four Sunday round -trips on the San Bernardino Line via Riverside, will be provided marking the advent of Metrolink as a seven day a week provider of commuter rail service. Weekday service levels for the Riverside and Inland Empire -Orange County Line are not anticipated to change from the current 12 daily trains. The Commuter Rail SRTP proposes RCTC's share of the Metrolink FY 2001 operating and maintenance -of -way budget in the amount of $3,148,900, which represents a $248,800 increase over the_ FY 1999/00 budget. RCTC's new capital and capital renovation obligation for FY 2000/01 is projected at $759,900 (an increase of $445,300) primarily due to rehabilitation and renovation of the River Corridor. 00045 • • • Financial Assessment Project Cost $6,642,000 Source of Funds Included in Fiscal Year Budget LTF, STA, FTA, Measure "A" Year Included in Program Budget Year Programmed 2000- 01 Approved Allocation Year of Allocation 2000- 01 Budget Adjustment Required Financial Impact Not Applicable 0 0 0 4 6 • • AGENDA ITEM 12 • • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: John Standiford, Public Information Officer THROUGH: Marilyn Williams, Director of Regional Issues and Communications SUBJECT: Resolution No. 00-008 "Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Amending Guidelines for the Administration of the Measure "A" Funded Commuter Incentive Projects as part of its Commuter Assistance Program" STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1. Adopt Resolution No. 00-008 "Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Amending Guidelines for the Administration of the Measure "A" Funded Commuter Incentive Projects as part of its Commuter Assistance Program," and 2. Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The first resolution establishing guidelines for the administration of the commuter -- incentive projects under the Commission's Measure A funded Commuter Assistance Program was approved in April, 1993 for FY 92/93. Based on Legal Counsel's recommendation, the resolution was prepared to minimize liability and formalize project requirements which had evolved since the inception of the various commuter incentive projects. Each fiscal year, staff reviews the existing Resolution (No. 99-005) to determine its consistency with any proposed programmatic amendments to the commuter incentive projects: Advantage Rideshare and Club Ride. Resolution No. 00-008, attached as Exhibit A, was prepared jointly by staff and Legal Counsel. Proposed changes are marked for easy reference. This year, the proposed changes reflect a number of important policy changes which are intended to encourage greater participation in the Commission's Commuter Assistance programs. The continued success and growth of the Commission's -)r)0047 Commuter Assistance programs are an important priority that is a component of the voter -approved Measure A Expenditure Plan, which set aside funding for rideshare programs. Currently, the Commission offers Advantage Rideshare, a program which provides a daily rideshare incentive for three months to new commuters who make the decision to no longer drive alone. The Commission also offers Club Ride for ongoing ridesharers and transit users. Club Ride provides merchant discounts at participating businesses in the Inland Empire for Club members. The proposed policy changes involve the Advantage Rideshare program which currently provides a $2 daily incentive (paid in gift certificates from participating businesses) for three months to commuters who take alternative forms of transportation instead of driving alone. The incentive can be earned by carpooling, vanpooling, taking transit, telecommuting or by walking or bicycling to work. Currently, the program will provide a $2 daily benefit, but the amount is reduced if the commuter's employer also provides an incentive. According to current RCTC Commuter Assistance Program requirements, the total combined benefit a commuter can receive from his employer and the Advantage Rideshare program is $3 per day. Since a handful of employers provide free bus passes or other benefits to vanpoolers and others who don't drive alone, the Advantage Rideshare program sometimes only pays a reduced amount (sometimes as little as 50 cents) to ensure that the daily benefit doesn't exceed $3. The Commission also provides similar programs to San Bernardino County commuters under a contract with the San Bernardino Association of Governments (SANBAG). The contract with SANBAG was approved by the Commission in May. For the coming fiscal year, staff proposes a standard benefit of $2 per day regardless of any benefit that is provided by the employer. This is more reflective of a non - regulatory environment. Currently, only four employers in Riverside County offer additional benefits to their employers, so the policy change will have a minor financial impact on the program. The standardized benefit will reduce the burden of monitoring the benefits provided by employers by streamlining administrative processes and could encourage greater participation in the program by offering a flat incentive. The other proposed change addresses a current restriction that limits benefits to commuters who arrive at work between 4:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. on weekday mornings. In recent years, Riverside County has benefitted from significant job growth. Major employment gains have been seen in the manufacturing sector as well as in many health care jobs. The standard morning to afternoon shift no longer covers many commuters in Riverside County. Congestion is now an all -day problem throughout the work week and even on weekends. Staff proposes to offer the incentive to commuters who rideshare on any weekday and will also offer incentives to those traveling to work on weekends if it is part of a full-time job and includes travel on other days of the week. • ) 0 0 0 4 6 • • • Both policy changes will have a minor impact on the overall rideshare program and budget, while having a more positive effect on attracting new participants. In recent years, rideshare programs as well as providing incentives for public transit use has declined as legislative changes no longer require many employers to provide these types of programs. Still, given the continued growth of the area's population and business sector, it is becoming increasingly important to provide programs that address traffic congestion. Advantage Rideshare and Club Ride are two effective ways the Commission addresses congestion while providing a positive benefit to Riverside. County commuters and employers. The remaining portions of the resolution are similar to those that have been approved in previous years with minor editing to reflect a new fiscal year. Financial Assessment Project Cost N/A - included in proposed FY 01 Commuter Assistance Program Budget Source of Funds Included in Fiscal Year Budget Y Year Included in Program Budget Y Year Programmed 2001 Approved Allocation Year of Allocation 2001 Budget Adjustment Required N Financial Impact Not Applicable 000049 • • • RESOLUTION NO. 0-005 00-008 RESOLUTION OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AMENDING GUIDELINES FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE MEASURE "A" FUNDED COMMUTER INCENTIVE PROJECTS AS PART OF ITS COMMUTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM WHEREAS, in 1988 Riverside County residents approved Measure "A" imposing a IA cent sales tax for transportation purposes within the County of Riverside; and WHEREAS, 2'/2% of the revenues generated under Measure "A" are designated for commuter assistance efforts designed to encourage single occupant vehicle drivers to carpool, vanpool, buspool, walk, bicycle, telecommute or use public transit (bus/train) to and from work to reduce congestion during peak rush hour periods; and WHEREAS, the Commission has established a Commuter Assistance Program including two commuter incentive projects, Advantage Rideshare and Club Ride, for the purpose of carrying out the mandates of the Measure A; and WHEREAS, the Commission wishes now to revise the guidelines established in Resolution No. 98-OOG 99-005 and adopt amended guidelines for the two commuter incentive projects to help induce ridesharing in the County and to provide a means for fairly allocating limited Measure A revenues to all eligible participants; NOW, THEREFORE, the Riverside County Transportation Commission hereby resolves as follows: Section 1. The following guidelines are hereby established for Advantage Rideshare: (a) A Participating Commuter must be engaged in a Rideshare Arrangement 1 100050 for the purpose of commuting to a place of employment or a telecommuting work center. A Rideshare Arrangement specifically excludes taking children to school and/or day care situations. (b) Subject to the limitations set forth elsewhere in this Resolution, the following incentives are hereby established for Advantage Rideshare: (1) ttp-te $2.00 for each day a Participating Commuter carpools in a new Carpool. (2) up to $2.00 for each day a Participating Commuter carpools in an existing Carpool. (3) ttp-te $2.00 for each day a Participating Commuter rides in a new Vanpool. In addition, the Commission may purchase half the empty seats, if the employer and/or other riders purchase the remaining half. (4) up to $2.00 for each day a Participating Commuter rides in an existing Vanpool. (5) up to $2.00 for each day a Participating Commuter rides a public bus. (6) ttp-te $2.00 for each day a Participating Commuter walks or bicycles. (7) ttp-te $2.00 for each day a Participating Commuter telecommutes. (8) ttp-to $2.00 for each day a Participating Commuter rides commuter rail. 2 w)0051 • • • (c) All Participating Commuters must live in Western Riverside County. (d) All Participating Commuters in Advantage Rideshare must be employed by a Participating Employer during participation in Advantage Rideshare. (e) A Participating Commuter may not have received, within the six months prior to enrollment in Advantage Rideshare, any Incentive from Advantage Rideshare or from any Sister Agency Program. If an applicant received an Incentive from Advantage Rideshare or from any Sister Agency Program more than six months before submitting an application, the applicant may receive an Incentive under Advantage Rideshare only if he or she requests an Incentive for a different Commute Mode from that for which he or she has already received an Incentive. (f) The Participating Commuter may not have been in a Rideshare Arrangement during the 90 days prior to enrollment in Advantage Rideshare. (g) A participating Commuter must commute to work between 4:00 a.m. and 10 00 a.m. on one or more weekdays (i.e., Monday through Friday) to qualify. An incentive will also be paid for qualifying weekend work trips as long as the commuter works on weekend days as part of a full-time shift that includes at least one weekday. (h) A Participating Commuter must carpool, vanpool, use public bus or commuter rail, walk, bicycle or telecommute to work a minimum of five weekdays workdays a month to qualify. (I) Participating Commuters may receive an Incentive under Advantage 3 n0052 Rideshare for no more than three (3) consecutive months. Any calendar month during which a Participating Commuter is enrolled in Advantage Rideshare shall be considered a full month of participation in Advantage Rideshare. For example, if a Participating Commuter enrolls in Advantage Rideshare on the 15' of a month and carpools for five days in that month, that month will be considered a full month for purpose of determining the Participating Commuter's participation in Advantage Rideshare. (U)+f-et-Rathe-ii,atiffFeermfrruteis-entp-feryer-c,ffefs-a-n-i-meefftive-fe-i-rides-11-a-fifiT (j)(k) All Incentives, except Incentive for vanpooling and commuter rail, shall be provided in the form of gift certificates purchased from private businesses by the Commission for this use. The Incentive for vanpooling may either be paid in: (1) cash to the Participating Commuter's employer or to the Vanpool leasing company, or (2) gift certificates to the Participating Commuter. The incentive for commuter rail shall be provided in the form of TrainBucks. In no event shall cash be provided directly to a Participating Commuter. Section 2. The following guidelines are hereby established for Club Ride: (a) Any Western Riverside County resident currently participating in a Rideshare Arrangement may participate in Club Ride, provided 4 -)n0053 • • • • • that he or she has participated in a Rideshare Arrangement for a minimum of one day per week for a period of at least 8-i-x three months for the purpose of commuting to and from a place of employment or telecommuting work center. (b) The Executive Director is authorized to provide promotional materials to all Club Ride participants. Section 3. Definitions. As used in this resolution, the following phrases shall have the following meanings: (a) "Carpool" shall mean two or more persons commuting on a regular basis to and from work by means of a vehicle with a seating arrangement designed to seat less than seven adults, including the driver. (b) "Club Ride" means the Incentive described in Section 2 of this resolution. (c) "Commuter Incentive Program" refers collectively to Advantage Rideshare and Club Ride. (d) "Incentive" means gift certificates or TrainBucks to a Participating Commuter, or a cash payment to a Participating Employer or a vanpool leasing company provided under this resolution for the purpose of inducing eligible commuters to join Rideshare Arrangements or otherwise participate in the Commuter Incentive Program or other comparable project. (e) "Participating Commuter" means a commuter currently participating 5 )00054 in the Commuter Incentive Program. "Participating Employer" shall mean any employer which has executed an agreement with the Commission for participation in the Commuter Incentive Program. (g) "Rideshare Arrangement" shall mean the transportation of two or more working adults in a motor vehicle or by rail where that transportation is incidental to another purpose of the driver. The term includes ridesharing arrangements known as carpools, vanpools and buspools as well as utilizing public bus and commuter rail services. In addition, persons walking, bicycling or telecommuting shall also be deemed to be participants in a Rideshare Arrangement. "Buspool" means sixteen or more persons commuting on a regular basis to and from work by means of a vehicle with a seating arrangement designed to carry more than fifteen adult passengers. (h) "Vanpool" means seven or more persons commuting on a regular basis to and from work by means of a vehicle with seating arrangements designed to carry seven to fifteen adults, including the driver. (i) "Western Riverside County" shall have the same meaning as in the Measure "A" Expenditure Plan approved by the voters in November 1988. Section 4. Resolution No. 9i3-OOG 99-005 is hereby superseded and repealed. Section 5. The Executive Director of the Commission is hereby authorized to take (f) 6 • �1 0055 • • • those steps necessary and proper to implement the Commuter Incentive Program. The Executive Director, may, in his discretion, establish additional rules and regulations for the Commuter Incentive Program as well as prescribe in writing qualification requirements and incentives for the Commuter Incentive Program which differ from those established here. APPROVED AND ADOPTED this day of June, 2000. Chairman Tom Mullen Riverside County Transportation Commission ATTEST: Naty Kopenhaver, Clerk of the Board Riverside County Transportation Commission 7 00056 • AGENDA ITEM 13 • • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Marilyn Williams, Director of Regional Issues and Communications SUBJECT: FY 00/01 Measure A Commuter Assistance Buspool Subsidy Funding Continuation Requests STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Authorize payment of $1,175/month per buspool for the period July 1, 2000 to June 30, 2001 to the existing Riverside/Fullerton, Riverside/El Segundo, and Moreno Valley/EI Segundo buspools, and one additional buspool upon receipt of a written request for subsidy support; 2) Direct Raytheon staff to stage the Riverside/Fullerton buspool at a park and ride lot other than the La Sierra Metrolink station; 3) Direct Raytheon staff to develop a marketing plan for the Riverside/Fullerton buspool to ensure that ridership numbers meet or exceed the minimum ridership threshold of 25 passengers per month; 4) Continue the existing monthly and semi-annual buspool reporting requirements as support documentation to monthly subsidy payments; and 5) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As part of the Measure A Commuter Assistance Program, the Commission provides funding support to buspools used by Riverside County residents for their home to work commutes along the Route 91 corridor. The Commission adopted the Measure A buspool subsidy in October 1990 and established a monthly subsidy rate of $1,175 ($25/seat/month) in support of commuter buspool operations. The subsidy rate has not changed since inception of the policy. To provide additional guidance, the Commission established a minimum buspool ridership policy in June 1995. The policy 111005'7 requires staff to report to the Commission when a buspool's ridership falls to 25 or below and seek direction regarding the continuation of. the buspool's subsidy. A buspool ridership summary chart for FY 99/00 is attached as Attachment 1. To renew their annual subsidy, an existing buspool is required to request continuation funding for the new fiscal year from the Commission in writing. Attached as Attachment 2 are the FY 00/01 request letters from the following three existing buspools: RIVERSIDE/FULLERTON BUSPOOL: Begun in the early 1980's, the Riverside to Fullerton - Raytheon (formerly known as Hughes) buspool route includes stops at the La Sierra Metrolink Station and Corona park and ride lot. Because the La Sierra Metrolink Station is experiencing overcrowding at its lot for Metrolink riders, staff recommends that the buspool use any other appropriate location as the staging area for this buspool such as the La Sierra University park and ride. The average monthly ridership for the current fiscal year is 24 passengers with the lowest single monthly ridership being 21 and the highest 28. Raytheon staff will be requested to develop a marketing plan to ensure ridership meets or exceeds the 25 minimum ridership threshold. Staff will closely monitor ridership over the next six months. If ridership continues to fall below the minimum threshold, staff will return to the Commission seeking direction. As Raytheon pays its employees a $21 transit subsidy, the monthly pass cost for Raytheon employees is $85. Any non -Raytheon employee passengers pay $106. The contract provider Safeway Lines & Tour Company has accessible coaches available for use on the route if a person with disabilities purchases a monthly buspool pass. RIVERSIDE/EL SEGUNDO BUSPOOL: Begun in June, 1995, the Riverside to El Segundo - Raytheon buspool route includes stops at the Galleria at Tyler Mall and Corona park and ride lots. The average monthly ridership for the current fiscal year is 41 passengers with the lowest single monthly ridership being 36 and the highest 45. As Raytheon pays its employees a $21 transit subsidy, the monthly pass cost for Raytheon employees is $109. Any non -Raytheon employee passengers pay $130. The contract provider, Mark IV, has accessible coaches available for use on the route if a person with disabilities purchases a monthly buspool pass. MORENO VALLEY - EL SEGUNDO BUSPOOL: Begun in February, 1996, the Moreno Valley to El Segundo - Raytheon buspool route includes stops at the Moreno Valley Mall and Corona park and ride lots. The average monthly ridership for the current fiscal year is 34 passengers with the lowest single monthly ridership being 30 and the highest 38. As Raytheon pays its employees a $21 transit subsidy, the monthly pass cost for Raytheon employees is $119. Any non -Raytheon employee passengers pay $144. The contract provider, Mark IV, has accessible coaches available for use on the route if a person with disabilities purchases a monthly buspool pass. • • lnoo5s • • • Like all of the commuter assistance incentives provided by the Commission to encourage commuters to use alternative modes of transportation, the Measure A $25/seat/month subsidy is administered as a "user side subsidy." Unlike all of the .other incentives, the buspool subsidy is on -going. This annual subsidy remains cost- effective in comparison to the typical public transit subsidy rate of 80%. While the monthly cost of each existing buspool varies according to the number of route miles and the resulting negotiated service price, the Commission's monthly subsidy represents an average rate of 21 %. When taking other factors into consideration such as the reduction of vehicles on Route 91 during morning peak periods, the number of vehicle miles saved and the elimination of mobile source emissions,. the annual buspool subsidy is an effective use of Measure A commuter assistance funds. The three existing buspools have completed all requirements for funding as set forth by the Commission including submittal of: 1) monthly ridership reports; 2) semi-annual operations status reports; and 3) annual funding continuation requests. These reports allow staff to monitor the activities of the buspools to track ridership levels, monitor marketing efforts, and ensure availability to persons with disabilities. The Commission's proposed FY 00/01 budget contains a line item in the amount of $ 56,400 to provide buspool subsidies. Based on the established monthly $1,175 buspool subsidy policy, the funds are sufficient to support the three existing buspools and one new buspool should a written request for funding assistance be received. Financial Assessment Project Cost $ 56,400 Source of Funds Included in Fiscal Year Budget Measure A - Commuter Assistance Program Y Year 2001 Included in Program Budget Y Year Programmed 2001 Approved Allocation Year of Allocation Budget Adjustment Required N Financial Impact Not Applicable 0 005 Reporting Period: July, 1999 August, 1999 September, 1999 October, 1999 November, 1999 December, 1999 January, 2000 February, 2000 March, 2000 April. 2000 May, 2000 June, 2000 Attachment 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Commuter Assistance Program Buspool Ridership Report FY 99/00 Subtotal Ridership Total Ridership Average Monthly Ridership Total One -Way Trips Reduced* Origin/Destination RIVERSIDE/ RIVERSIDE/ MO. VALLEY/ FULLERTON EL SEGUNDO EL SEGUNDO TOTAL RIDERSHIP Riv Non-Riv Riv Non-Riv Riv Non-Riv Riv Non-Riv Total County County County County County County County County Passengers 18 3 20 -2. 24 3 24 3 25 3 23 2 24 2 21 1 19 2 19 2 217 23 240 24 10,560 40 3 40 3 43----- 2 42 2 34 -- 2 38 0 36 0 34 0 34 0 32 0 34 2 30 0 36 2 41 1 41 -- 3 41 - 2 392 22 414 41 18,216 32 0 32 0 32 0 35 0 335 0 335 34 14,740 96 6 102 96 5 101 101 5 106 100 - _ 5 -- 105 91 5 96 87 4 - - 91 92 4 96 94 2 96 92 5- 97 95 - 4 99 944 45 - -989 - - 99 _ 43,516 'To calculate Total One -Way Trips Reduced: Take number of "Total Ridership" x 2 (round trip) x 22 commute days a month. Example for Riverside/Fullerton Buspool: 240 (Total Ridership) x 2 (round trip) x 22 commute days = 10,560 Total One-way Trips Reduced. F IUSERSIPREPRINT\TL\Buspool Ridership Log.xls 5/17/00 8:48 AM f�00060. Attachment 2 Raytheon Systems Company 2000 East E! Sec_undc Bowe;arc Po Box 902 Ei Segundo CA 90245-0902 310.647 1 G00 8 May 2000 Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, California 92501 To The Commission: In accordance with the requirements of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, Raytheon Systems Company is requesting an extension of funding for the period of 1 July 2000 to 30 June 2001 for the Riverside/Corona to Fullerton Commuter Buspool. The monthly fare for this route is $131 per employee. In addition to the $25 subsidy offered by RCTC, Raytheon employees receive a company subsidy of $21 per month for using mass transit. Ridership on the Riverside/Corona buspool has averaged 25 passengers per month over the last 12 months. Schedule AM Departure AM Departure AM Arrival PM Departure PM Arrival PM Arrival La Sierra Metrolink Station Corona Park & Ride Lot Raytheon, Fullerton Raytheon, Fullerton Corona Paris & Ride Lot La Sierra Metrolink Station 5:20 a.m. 5:30 a.m. 6:30 a.m. 4:35 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:45 p.m. Safeway Lines and Tour Company, the service provider, has coaches available to accommodate the physically challenged if required. The Raytheon Commuter Transportation Center regularly markets rideshare information to our employees, including buspools and vanpoois. Employees receive this information though direct mailings, newsletter articles, and electronic messaging. In addition, we share resources with other local employee transportation coordinators through our association with industry groups such as ACT, South Bay Transportation Forum, and Westchester/LAX TMA. Thank you for your continued support of this successful buspool program. Sincere RAYTH'ON SYSTEMS COh� ANY ( ACC (,—r) Rose arooq, Admiistfa�dr Com uter Transportation Center C: S. Kang, Riverside/Corona - Fullerton Bus Coordinator 1(1n061. 049570 • • • Raytheon Systems Company 2000 East E! Sez,noo Po Sax 902 E! Seaunao 310.647 103: 8 May 2000 Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, California 92501 To The Commission: In accordance with the requirements of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, Raytheon Systems Company is requesting an extension of funding for the period of 1 July 2000 to 30 June 2001 for the Riverside/Corona to El Segundo Commuter Buspool. The monthly fare for this route is $155 per employee. In addition to the $25 subsidy offered by RCTC, Raytheon employees receive a company subsidy of $21 per month for using mass transit. Ridership on the Riverside/Corona buspool has averaged 42 passengers per month over the last 12 months. Schedule AM Departure AM Departure AM Arrival PM Departure PM Arrival PM Arrival Riverside Galleria Corona Park & Ride Lot Raytheon, El Segundo Raytheon, El Segundo Corona Park & Ride Lot Riverside Galleria Station 4:15 a.m. 4:30 a.m. 5:30 a.m. 3:20 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:15 p.m. Mark IV Charter Buses, the service provider, has coaches available to accommodate the physically challenged if required. The Raytheon Commuter Transportation Center regularly markets rideshare information to our employees, including buspools and vanpools. Employees receive this information though direct mailings, newsletter articles, and electronic messaging. In addition, we share resources with other local employee transportation coordinators through our association with industry groups such as ACT, South Bay Transportation Forum, and Westchester/LAX TMA. Thank you for your continued support of this successful buspool program. Sincerely, EON SYSTEMS COf, ANY Rose'Farooq, Administrator Commuter Transportation Center C: D. Cross, Riverside/Corona — El Segundo Bus Coordinator 11000.62 049969 > - Raytheon Systems Company 2000 East El Segundo Boulevara Po Box 902 _ El Segunao. CA 90245-0902 310 647 1000 8 May 2000 Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, Califomia 92501 To The Commission: In accordance with the requirements of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, Raytheon Systems Company is requesting an extension of funding for the period of 1 July 2000 to 30 June 2001 for the Moreno Valley/Corona to El Segundo Commuter Buspool. The monthly fare for this route is $165 per employee. In addition to the $25 subsidy offered by RCTC, Raytheon employees receive a company subsidy of $21 per month for using mass transit. Ridership on the Moreno Valley/Corona buspool has averaged 37 passengers per month over the last 12 months. Schedule AM Departure AM Departure AM Arrival PM Departure PM Arrival PM Arrival Moreno Valley Mall Corona Park & Ride Lot Raytheon, El Segundo Raytheon, El Segundo Corona Park & Ride Lot Moreno Valley Mall 4:00 a.m. 4:30 a.m. 5:30 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Mark IV Charter Buses, the service provider, has coaches available to accommodate the physically challenged if required. The Raytheon Commuter Transportation Center regularly markets rideshare information to our employees, including buspools and vanpools. Employees receive this information though direct mailings, newsletter articles, and electronic messaging. In addition, we share resources with other local employee transportation coordinators through our association with industry groups such as ACT, South Bay Transportation Forum, and Westchester/LAX TMA. Thank you for your continued support of this successful buspool program. SYSTEMS CO ANY —R Farooq, Adminis rator Commuter Transportation Center C: G. Potepan, Moreno Valley — El Segundo Bus Coordinator fl 063 • AGENDA ITEM 14 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Plans and Programs Committee FROM: Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Marilyn Williams, Director of Regional Issues and Communications SUBJECT: Southern California Rideshare FY 00/01 Work Program Contract STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Approve the FY 00/01 Southern California Rideshare (SCR) Regional Rideshare Services Work Program; 2) Authorize the expenditure of Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality funds in an amount not to exceed $245,786 pursuant to adoption of RCTC's FY 00/01 budget; 3) Authorize the RCTC Chairman to execute an agreement, pursuant to legal counsel review, with SCR; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Southern California Rideshare (SCR), formerly known as Commuter Transportation Services, Inc. (CTS), has provided regional rideshare services for over 20 years in the Southern California region including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties. For many years, stable funding was secured from Caltrans at the state level with additional contributions from each of the respective county transportation commissions (CTC's). In FY 97/98, Caltrans authorized the use of Transportation System Management (TSM) fund savings for regional rideshare services as the "last" bridge funding with the expectation that local jurisdictions would assume all future funding responsibilities. Since FY 98/99, the five CTC's have provided on- going funding to support the regional rideshare program based on a population formula. Within the adopted roles and responsibilities between the Regional Transportation Agencies Coalition (RTAC) and SCR, a regional rideshare core services work program for FY 00/01 was prepared by the five CTC's and SCR. Each CTC is in the process of securing their individual agencies approval of the work program and allocating funds for their share of the total program cost. 000064 The proposed FY 00/01 contract between RCTC and the Southern California Association of Governments is attached and labeled Attachment 1. This contract defines the terms and conditions regarding project goals, budgets, reporting, invoicing and payment for services rendered. The contract is in the process of being reviewed and approved by RCTC's Legal Counsel. The regional rideshare core services work program which is attached to this agenda item and marked as Attachment A consists of four elements: 1) Survey and RideGuide Production; 2) Database Management and Quality Assurance; 3) Telephone Customer Information Center; and 4) Studies and Regional Marketing. As in previous years, the five CTC's have taken a collaborative approach in the development of the work program, and expect to oversee the performance of SCR through the collective RTAC process. Attachment B provides a detailed breakdown of the budget for FY 00/01. Included in RCTC's FY 00/01 draft budget under the Commuter Assistance Program is a line item allocation to SCR to cover RCTC's share of the regional rideshare program. Funding for each of the five CTC's is based on a population formula with RCTC's share representing 8.05% of the five county population base which equates to $245,786. Attachment C identifies the total contract cost of $3,051 ,614 and provides a breakdown of each CTC's proportionate share. The services provided through SCR, at the regional level, complements our local employer rideshare services offered through our Commuter Assistance Program. Those services include production of RideGuides, survey implementation, technical assistance, and employer education. Financial Assessment Project Cost $245,786 Source of Funds Included in Fiscal Year Budget Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality included in proposed FY 00/01 RCTC budget. VIN Y Year Included in Program Budget Y Year Programed 2001 Approved Allocation Year of Allocation 2001 Budget Adjustment Required N Financial Impact Not Applicable • 110 06`) Attachment 1 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF REGIONAL CORE RIDESHARE SERVICES THIS AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is entered into as of this day of June 2000, in the State of California by and between RIVERSIDE COUNT' TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION referred to herein as "RCTC." and the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCLaTION OF GOVERNMENTS, referred to herein as "CONTRACTOR". WHEREAS. RCTC approved allocation of Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (C.NIAQI Finds for regional core rideshare services; and WHEREAS. CONTRACTOR is a public agency possessing the knowledge, personnel and capability to provide regional core rideshare services to effect a reduction of traffic congestion. air pollution. and energy consumption in the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura; and WHEREAS, the County Transportation Commissions ("CTCs") for each of the above listed counties have collectively participated in fornndating and have approved a Work Program described in Attachment "A" and a budget described in Attachment "B" hereto, which describe the regional core rideshare services that CONTRACTOR will provide to all of the CTCs as a group; and WHEREAS, each CTC desires to contract with CONTRACTOR individually to render the _ regional core rideshare services to the CTC's as a group, with each CTC paying a certain portion of the overall compensation based on population, as set forth in Attachment "C" hereto, and with CONTRACTOR collectively reporting to all of the CTC's on the progress of the Work Program; NOW. THEREFORE, in consideration for the promises set forth herein, the receipt and adequacy of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties hereto agree as follows: SECTION I SERVICES OF THE CONTRACTOR; TERM 1. General Scope of Services. CONTRACTOR shall furnish all technical and professional services, including labor, material, equipment, transportation, supervision and expertise, necessary to fully and adequately perform the tasks set forth in the Work Program attached hereto as Attachment "A" and incorporated herein by reference (hereinafter referred to as "Services"). 05i 15/2000 00 066 2. unless earlier terminated as provided herein, the term of this Agreement shall be from July I. 2000 to June 30. 2001. SECTION II RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR 1. Control and Payment of Subordinates. RCTC retains CONTRACTOR on an independent contractor basis and CONTRACTOR is not an employee of ROTC. The personnel performing the Services under this Agreement on behalf of CONTRACTOR shall at all times be under CONTRACTOR's exclusive direction and control. CONTRACTOR shall pay all wages. salaries. and other amounts due its employees in connection with their performance of Services under this Agreement and as required by law. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all reports and obligations respecting such employees, including_ but not limited to, social security taxes. income tax withholding,. unemployment insurance, and workers' compensation insurance. 2. Conformance to AP1licable Requirements. All work prepared by CONTRACTOR shall be subject to the approval of RCTC and executed in a manner consistent with professional standards of due care. 3. Indemnification. CONTRACTOR shall defend with counsel approved by ROTC, indemnify and hold RCTC, its officials, officers, employees and agents free and harmless from any and all liability from loss, damage, or injury to property or persons, including, wrongful death. in any manner arising out of or incident to any negligent acts, omissions or willful misconduct of CONTRACTOR arising, out of or in connection with CONTRACTOR's performance of this Agreement, including without limitation the payment of attorneys' fees. Nothing in this Section shall make CONTRACTOR responsible for the actions of contractors with which CONTRACTOR does not have a contractual relationship. 4. Standard of Care: Licenses. CONTRACTOR shall perform the Services under this Agreement in a skillful and competent manner. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible to RCTC for any errors or omissions in its execution of this Agreement. CONTRACTOR represents and warrants to RCTC that it has all licenses, permits, qualifications and approvals of whatever nature that are legally required to practice its profession. CONTRACTOR further represents and warrants that it shall keep in effect all such licenses, permits, and other approvals during the term of this Agreement. 5. Insurance. CONTRACTOR shall obtain and shall require its subcontractors to obtain insurance of the types and in the amounts described below and satisfactory to RCTC. A. Commercial General Liability Insurance. Occurrence version commercial general liability insurance or equivalent form with a combined single limit of not less than S1,000,000 per occurrence. If such insurance contains a general aggregate limit, it shall apply separately to this Agreement or be no less than two times the occurrence limit. Such insurance shall: • 05 15; 2000 �nioR7 • • • (1) Name ROTC, its officials, officers. employees. and agents, as insureds with respect to performance of Services. Such insured status shall contain no special limitations on the scope of its protection to the above -listed insureds. (2) Be primary with respect to any insurance or self insurance programs covering RCTC, its officials, officers, employees, agents, and subcontractors . (3) Contain standard separation of insureds provisions. B. Business Automobile Liability Insurance. Business automobile liability insurance or equivalent form with a combined single limit of not less than S1,000,000 per occurrence. Such insurance shall include coverage for owned, hired and non -owned automobiles. C. Workers' Compensation Insurance. Workers' compensation insurance with statutory limits and employers' liability insurance with limits of not less than S1.000,000 per accident. D. Certificates/Insurer Rating/Cancellation Notice. (1) CONTRACTOR, prior to commencement of the Services, shall furnish and require its subcontractors to furnish to RCTC properly executed certificates of insurance, and certified copies of endorsements, and policies if .requested by RCTC, which shall clearly evidence all insurance required in this Section. CONTRACTOR and its subcontractors shall not allow such insurance to be canceled, allowed to expire or be materially reduced in coverage except on 30 days' prior to written notice to RCTC. (2) CONTRACTOR shall maintain and shall require its subcontractors to maintain such insurance from the time the Services commence until the Services are completed, except as may be otherwise required by this Section. (3) CONTRACTOR may legally self insure, but shall require its subcontractors to place insurance with insurers having an A.M. Best Company rating of no less than A: VIII and licensed to do business in California. (4) CONTRACTOR and its subcontractors shall replace certificates, policies and endorsements for any insurance expiring prior to completion of the Services. 05/15/2000 000068 • • • SECTION III FEES AND PAYMENTS 1. Compensation and Reimbursements. CONTRACTOR shall receive compensation on a reimbursement basis for all Services and expenses on a not to exceed basis. The total amount of compensation and resulting reimbursement shall not exceed three million fifty-one thousand, and six hundred and fourteen dollars and no cents (S3,051,614.00). of which RCTC's share shall not exceed two hundred forty-five thousand seven hundred and eight -six dollars and no cents (S245.786.00), as described more fully in Attachments "B" and "C." CONTRACTOR shall identify eligible expenses by project and task. CONTRACTOR shall not reallocate costs between projects and tasks without prior written approval by ROTC. 2. Reporting Requirement and Payment of Compensation. CONTRACTOR shall provide to each CTC a monthly statement for the entire Work Program which indicates work hours completed by project and task during, the reporting period. Such statement shall be of sufficient detail to demonstrate work effort completed and shall document products produced and goals met. Such statement shall also contain the required information in both narrative and numeric form, in a single format to be approved collectively by the CTCs. Each CTC shall. within 45 days of receiving such statement, review the statement and pay all approved charges thereon. ` 3. Sources of Funding. It is understood that RCTC funding for the program under this Agreement is being provided from the following source: (a) Two hundred and forty-five thousand seven hundred and eighty-six dollars and no cents (S245,786.00) from Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality (CMAQ) funds. It is agreed that in the event sufficient funds from the source set forth in (a) above do not become available to RCTC for its entire share of cost for this Agreement, RCTC may immediately terminate this Agreement with written notice, but shall pay to CONTRACTOR from other sources any amounts required to cover CONTRACTOR'S full compensation to the date of Agreement termination. 4. Conformance with Funding, Source Requirements. A. CONTRACTOR shall be fully responsible for conforming with the requirements of the above funding source. B. CONTRACTOR shall not begin work on the Services until it has entered into a`reements with each of the CTC's to provide total funding of not less than three million and fifty- one thousand, and six hundred and fourteen dollars and no cents (S3,051,614.00) 5. Additional Work to be Authorized by the CTCs. At any time during the term of this Agreement. RCTC may request CONTRACTOR to perform Additional Work. "Additional Work" shall mean any work which is determined by RCTC to be necessary for proper completion 05 / 15/2000 000069 of the Sen ices. but which the parties did not reasonably anticipate would be necessary at the time of the execution of this Agreement and was not included in the Work Program. CONTRACTOR shall not perforni, nor be compensated for. Additional Work without obtaining authorization in the form of a written Additional Work Order issued by RCTC's Representative. Such authorized Additional Work shall be compensated at the rates and in the manner set forth in the Additional Work Order. However, no compensation or reimbursements for Additional Work shall be paid except upon this issuance of a written Additional Work Order by RCTC's Representative; acceptance of the terms therein by CONTRACTOR; and mutual agreement to and execution of a written amendment to this Agreement describing the price, scope, and other specifics of the Additional Work. CONTRACTOR has the right to accept reject, or to make a counteroffer- to the ternis of the proposed Additional Work Order. SECTION IV ACCOUNTING RECORDS 1. Accounting Records. CONTRACTOR shall maintain complete and accurate records with respect to costs incurred under this Agreement. All such records shall be clearly identifiable. CONTRACTOR shall allow a representative of RCTC during nornial business hours to examine, audit, and make transcripts or copies of such records. CONTRACTOR shall alloy inspection of all work, data, documents, proceedings, and activities related to the Agreement for a period of three (3) years from the date of final payment under this Agreement. SECTION V GENERAL PROVISIONS 1. Termination of Agreement. A. RCTC may, by written notice to CONTRACTOR, terminate the whole or any part of this Agreement at any time and without cause by giving written notice to CONTRACTOR of such termination, and specifying the effective date thereof, at least thirty (30) days before the effective date of such termination. (A termination under Section III, Paragraph 3, Sources of Funding, is effective immediately upon written notice.) Upon termination, CONTRACTOR shall be compensated only for those services which have been adequately rendered to RCTC in a manner consistent with professional standards of due care, and CONTRACTOR shall be entitled to no further compensation. CONTRACTOR, in executing this Agreement, shall be deemed to have waived any and all claims - for damages which may otherwise arise from RCTC's termination of this Agreement for convenience or cause. CONTRACTOR may not terminate this Agreement except for cause. B. In the event this Agreement is terminated in whole or in part as provided in paragraph (A) of this section, RCTC may procure, upon such terms and in such manner as it may determine appropriate, services similar to those terminated. C. In the event this Agreement is terminated as provided in paragraph (A) of this section, RCTC may require CONTRACTOR to provide all finished or unfinished documents, • 05 / 15.'2000 r) 00 7 • • • data, reports, etc. prepared by CONTRACTOR in connection with the performance of Services under this Agreement. 2. RCTC's Representative. RCTC's Executive Director.. or designee, shall serve as RCTC's Representative and shall have the authority to act on behalf of ROTC for all purposes under this Agreement. RCTC's representative shall also review and give approval, as necessary, to the details of CONTRACTOR's work as it progresses. 3. Delivery of Notices. All notices permitted or required under this Agreement shall be given to the respective parties at the following address, or at such other address as the respective parties may provide in writing for this purpose: Southern California Association of Governments 818 West Seventh Street 12th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90017-3435 Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, CA 92501 Such notice shall be deemed made when personally delivered or when mailed, forty-eight (48) hours after deposit in the U.S. Mail, registered or certified mails, return receipt requested, and addressed to the party at its applicable address. 4. Entire Agreement. This Agreement contains the entire Agreement of the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof, and supersedes all prior negotiations, understandings or agreements. This Agreement may only be modified by a writing signed by both parties. 5. Governing Law and Venue. The parties acknowledge and agree that this Agreement was entered into and intended to be performed in whole or substantial part in Riverside County, California. Therefore, the law of the state of California, without regard to any conflicts of law provisions, shall govern any action or claim arising out of this Agreement. The parties agree that the venue for any action or claim brought by any party to this Agreement will be the Central District of Riverside County. Each party hereby waives any law or rule of court which would allow them to request or demand a change of venue. If any action or claim concerning this Agreement is brought by any third party, the parties hereto agree to use their best efforts to obtain a change of venue to the Central District of Riverside County. 6. Time of Essence. Time is of the essence for each and every provision of this Agreement. 7. RCTC's Right to Employ Other CONTRACTOR. RCTC reserves right to employ other rideshare contractors in connection with managing its affairs. 05/15/2000 0000'71 S. Successors and Assigns. This Agreement shall be binding. on the successors and assigns of the parties. but shall not be assigned by CONTRACTOR without the prior written consent of RCTC. 9. Conflict of Interest. A. CONTRACTOR covenants that at present time it has no interest, and will not have any interest. direct or indirect. which would conflict in any manner with the performance of the Services required hereunder. B. If CONTRACTOR is a "public official," as defined by Government Code Section S2048 and California Code of Regulations Section 18700. CONTRACTOR agrees to abide by the provisions of the Conflict of Interest Code of RCTC and the deternnnation of the Executive Director as to the status of CONTRACTOR's position and the filing. of Statements of Economic Interests pursuant to the Political Reform Act (Government Code Section 81000. et seq. ). RCTC shall provide a copy of said Conflict of Interest Code to CONTRACTOR if CONTRACTOR is requested to file. 10. Equal Opportunity. CONTRACTOR hereby agrees to comply with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, the California Fair Employment Practices Act. and any other applicable federal and state lays and regulations hereinafter enacted. 11. Administration of Agreement. The Executive Director of RCTC or his designee shall be responsible for administering this Agreement on behalf of RCTC. 12. Ownership of Materials/Confidentiality/Use of Data. A. Ownership. All materials and data, including data on magnetic media, prepared by CONTRACTOR under this Agreement shall become the common property of the several CTCs and of CONTRACTOR The CONTRACTOR and the several CTC's shall not be limited in any way in its use of such data at any time, provided that any such use not within the purposes intended by this Agreement shall be at the respective party's sole risk and provided that the other party shall be indemnified against any damages resulting from such use. including the release of this material to third parties for a use not intended by this Agreement. Neither party to this Agreement shall sell the data or other materials prepared under this Agreement without the written permission of each of the CTC's. B. Confidentiality. All ideas, memoranda, specifications, plans, procedures, drawings, descriptions, computer program data, input record data, written information, and other materials described in subsection A either created by or provided to CONTRACTOR in connection with the performance of this Agreement shall be held confidential by CONTRACTOR. Such materials shall not, without the prior written consent of RCTC, be used by CONTRACTOR for any purposes other than the performance of the Services. Nor shall such materials be disclosed to any person or entity not connected with the performance of the Services. Nothing furnished to CONTRACTOR which is otherwise known to CONTRACTOR • 05/15/2000 + ogn r r> • • • or is generally known. or has become known. to the related industry- shall be deemed confidential. CONTRACTOR shall not use RCTC's name or insignia. photographs of the project. or any publicity pertaining. to the Services in any magazine, trade paper. newspaper. television or radio production or other similar medium without the prior written consent of ROTC. C. Use of Data. All data shall be provided to ROTC in hard copy and electronic media. Data on electronic media shall be Year 2000 Compliant and be provided in a form which will allow. RCTC to use, access and manipulate the data to prepare reports and perform other ride matching activities contemplated by this Agreement. 13. Y2K Compliant. CONTRACTOR hereby warrants and represents that all products, equipment, hardware, software, electronic components. and systems ( individually and collectively referred to herein as Equipment) being used by CONTRACTOR hereunder, or relied upon by CONTRACTOR in its provision of Services to RCTC hereunder: shall be "Year 2000 Compliant." As used herein, the term "Year 2000 Compliant'. shall mean that the Equipment will continue to perform the same functions and provide the same level of accurate information and calculations during the year 2000, and thereafter as it did prior thereto. In that regard. CONTRACTOR warrants and represents that the functionality of the Equipment and, if applicable, the provision of Services to RCTC, will not adversely affected by the fact that such information and, or calculations may be provided. The CONTRACTOR may be required to describe or demonstrate the procedures used to verify compliance. 14. Jury Trial Waiver. CONTRACTOR and RCTC hereby waive their respective right to trial by jury and agree to accept trial by judge alone of any cause of action, claim, counterclaim or cross -complaint in any action, proceeding and/or hearing brought by either CONTRACTOR against RCTC or RCTC against CONTRACTOR on any matter whatsoever arising out of, or in any way connected with, this Agreement, the relationship of CONTRACTOR and RCTC, or any claim of injury or damage, or the enforcement of any remedy under any law, statute, or regulation, emergency or othenvise, now or hereafter in effect, regardless of whether such action or proceeding concerns any contract or tort or other claim. 15. Attomevs' Fees and Costs. If any legal action is instituted to enforce or declare any party's rights hereunder, each party, including the prevailing, party, must bear its own costs and attorneys' fees. This paragraph shall not apply to those costs and attorneys' fees directly arising from any third party legal action against a party hereto and payable under Section II, Paragraph 3, Indemnification. 16. Consent. Whenever consent or approval of any party is required under this Agreement.. that party shall not unreasonably withhold nor delay such consent or approval. 05! 15; 2000 n 0073 SECTION VI SUBCONTRACTING 1. CONTRACTOR shall not subcontract any portion of the work required by this Agreement, except as expressly stated herein, without prior written approval of ROTC. Subcontracts, if any, shall contain a provision making them subject to all provisions stipulated in this Agreement. IN WITNESS THEREOF, THE AUTHORIZED PARTIES HAVE BELOW SIGNED AND EXECUTED THE AGREEMENT ON THE EFFECTIVE DATE: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, COMMISSION ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS Tom Mullen, Chairman Mark Pisano, Executive Director REVIEWED AND RECOMMENDED FOR .APPROVAL Eric A. Haley, Executive Director APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO LEGAL FORM FOR RCTC Best Best & Krieger LLP Counsel to the Riverside County Transportation Commission Helene V. Smookler, SLAG Legal Counsel • 000074 05/ 15/2000 • • • Attachment "A" SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNAIENTS REGIONAL CORE RIDESHARE SERVICES SCOPE OF WORK FISCAL YEAR 2000-2001 Survev and RideGuide Production $ 1,112,680 Generate survey packets that include AVR/Transportation forms and RideGuide processing, instructions for employer registration. Track, disseminate, and maintain records on client reg.istration activity. Prepare raw data for transcription, perform data entry, and validate accuracy of information by performing quality assurance checks. Produce RideGuides and average vehicle ridership (AVR) reports. Fulfill and mail RideGuides to clients for distribution of employees/commuters. Maintain software to adapt to changes in RideGuide and AIR processes. Expense categories include labor, data entry, RideGuide fulfillment, paper, envelopes, postage, CD ROMs, disks and other electronic media. Tasks/Products: Task 1: Generate and disseminate survey packets for employer rideshare registration. Track and monitor survey activity for individual sites to ensure timeliness in production and delivery. Develop and maintain plans, schedules, and status pertinent to registration processing. Product: 1,000 automated survey packets for distribution to client sites. (on -going) Start Date: 07/01 /00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 15% Task 2: Forms preparation, data entry, geo-correction, and quality control. Processes include: (a) review and batch forms for data entry, (b) data transcription, (c) registrant database error correction, and (d) general rideshare data validation. Product: Processed data prior to RideGuide production and Average Vehicle Ridership (AVR) calculation. (on -going) Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 25% Task 3: Production of RideGuides and AVR reports. Develop and maintain plans, schedules, and status pertinent to RideGuide and AVR processing. Enhance and document procedures for improved quality control on output products. 05/ ] 5/2000 00.0075 Products: 220,000 RideGuides with up-to-date rideshare or commute infornation from the employer outreach program, placing approximately 33,000 (15%) commuters into a rideshare mode. (Estimation of placements is derived from a standardized methodology developed by Cal State Chico and based on the most recent regional placement evaluation conducted in 1995. Placement statistics are subject to change based on outcome of FY `99-00 placement evaluation.) The number of AVR reports to be generated is contingent upon level of response to voluntary activities. (on -going) Start Date: 07/01 /00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 25° 0 Task 4: RideGuide fulfillment and distribution. Maintain and update tracking system to ensure efficiency in delivery of RideGuides to clients. Perform quality assurance checks. Product: Dissemination of 220,000 RideGuides to be fulfilled and mailed to 1,000 clients for distribution to employees. (on -going) Start Date: 07/01 00 End Date: 06/30/01 This product is consultant -assisted. Task 5: Maintain rideshare computer software which: Percent: 20° 0 • Produces survey registration packets for clients, including AVR/Transportation Survey forms (consistent with different air quality districts' needs) and Instruction Packets. • Schedules production of RideGuides, produces RideGuides, records production statistics, and reports production statistics. • Enhances the Internet interface to commuter registration and matching. • Produces statistics reports for employers and density maps of employer's registrants. • Enhances the transit itinerary functions. Develop computer software which: • Provides the capability to e-mail RideGuides to individuals registered through Teleservices. Products (on -Going): • Survey Registration Packets, including AVR/Transportation Survey forms and Instruction Packets. y • 220,000 RideGuides to employees at client work sites. (By county: 152,096 in Los Angeles, 28,850 in Orange, 13,431 in Riverside, 22,573 in San Bernardino, and 3,050 in Ventura) • Internal Production Statistics Reports. • Computer screens to schedule production and selectively report. • Internet access to carpool, vanpool, park and ride lot, and transit information. • Employer rideshare reports, including AVR Reports. 05/15/2000 • • 1 76 • • • Employer data on CD ROM for density map displays and identification of carpool alternatives for new potential ridesharers. • RideGuides available via e-mail. Start Date: 07,/01/00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 10° 0 Task 6: Convert the Survey and RideGuide production software to run on the DEC Alpha computer system, replacing the DEC VAX computer system. Product: Survey and RideGuide production processing on the DEC Alpha computer system. (on -going) Start Date: 07/01/00 Goals: End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 5°0 • Schedule and track 1,000 employer survey packets. • Generate 220,000 RideGuides from employer requests, placing approximately 15`% of these or 33,000 commuters into a rideshare arrangement. • Generate 5,000 RideGuides from remote terminals (ROLA). • :Maintain a 10-12 day (business work days) RideGuide turnaround time (defined as from the time the surveys are received at SCAG to the time they are mailed from the fulfillment contractor). 05/ 15 /2000 1100077 Database Management and Quality Assurance 5 1,073,450 Maintain a quality database of rideshare information, secure from tampering vet accessible to user's needs, with timely and accurate software. Maintain computer programs which create. update, report, and delete commuter, vanpool, park and ride lot, client and wort: site, employer and regional incentives, and other rideshare data. Task 1: Maintain existing rideshare software to create, update, report, and delete commuter. vanpool, park and ride lot, client and work site, employer and regional incentives, and other rideshare data, accommodating, changes required to meet changing, goals. rules, performance needs, etc. and augment security and data access controls as needed to maintain the confidentiality of information. Products (on -going): • Computer screens which maintain rideshare data. • Computer software to select, summarize, and report on retained data to support users responsible for maintenance of data. Start Date: 0701/00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 10° 0 Task 2: Maintain the address geo-coding, database for translation of street addresses and intersections into geographic references for ridematching, mapping, and other geographic referential products. Products: Geo-coding database consistent with current digital map. (on -going) Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 06,130/01 Percent: 5% Task 3: Convert the RideStar client and data control data maintenance software to the Windows graphical user interface, eliminating, no longer used functions accumulated from prior years. • Convert the server software to run on the DEC Alpha computer system. Products (on -going): • Computer software which maintains rideshare data, running on the DEC Alpha computer system. • Computer software to select, summarize, and report on retained data to support users responsible for maintenance of data. Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 20% This product is consultant -assisted. Task 4: Develop computer software to accurately and concisely track rideshare activities and n078 05/ 15/ 2000 • • • • services for reporting to funders. Product: Computer software to record, select, summarize, and report on retained data pertainiml to activities and services performed. (on -going) Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 12/31/00 Percent: 10°0 Task 5: Maintain a quality vanpool database of 1,500 existing vanpools by reviewing age of data reports and contacting clients to verify the accuracy of their van data and to obtain updated vanpool information for chanced routes as well as newly established vanpools. Data changes will be made in a timely manner and vanpool output will be verified for accuracy. Products (on -going): • Updated vanpool data on RideGuides. • Accurate vanpool matchlists. Start Date: 07/01 /00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 15°/0 Task 6: Tasks associated with overall TranStar data base maintenance and quality assurance for 702 routes within the SCAG region to ensure accuracy in data and placement on RideGuides as well as transit itineraries generated by TranStar users through Web site access. Tasks include: • Enhance user interface to TranStar data maintenance functions to use the Graphical User Interface (Windows) • Generate annual fare reports to verify accuracy of carrier fares as well as zoned fares for individual routes. • Maintain on -going relationship with 50 transit providers in an effort to acquire published schedules and route books as well as route change information prior to effective dates. • Conduct systematic samplings for QA of client RideGuides to check for completeness and accuracy of transit information displayed. hl addition, quality assurance activities include tasks associated with maintaining and quality testing 126 routes outside of Los Angeles County as well as 111 routes updated and put into production by VCTC, OmniTrans, and RTA. Tasks include: • Contact transit providers to obtain stops and time schedules for planned updates before changes go into effect. • Update and QA routes in TranStar data base to accurately reflect changes in schedules and route patterns for 126 routes, 1-3 times per year. 05/ l 5 /2000 ) 0 0 0 7 9 • Generate internal Route Errors Report for 237 routes to identify errors in times and or stops. • Generate approximately 15-25 itineraries per route to verify whether footnotes, alternate patterns, fares, and schedules are accurate. • Verify that the route is checked and put into production by an individual other than the person who updated the route. • Provide technical support to transit providers updating their local route data. • Research Web page e-mail inquiries and provide written responses regarding transit itineraries. Products (on -going): • Updated transit data on RideGuides. • Accurate route data provided on transit itineraries provided by call centers. • Accurate route data provided on transit itineraries requested via SCAG web page. Start Date: 07; O1 /00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 15° o Task 7: Convert the TranStar data maintenance software to the Windows graphical user interface and develop new maintenance feature with graphical capability to display and/or edit maps that represent stop locations for provider routes. Review and analyze existing program flow and data process for maintaining routes in Text Based system to identify where route data entry can be streamlined through development of new GUI interface. Design GUI screens in Microsoft ACCESS for data input/export. Products: Start Date: 07/01 /00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 5% Task 8: Provide technical support and training to TranStar and RideStar users calling, in on the -. Hotline. Assist transit providers entering their own transit data with telephone support during their route entry process. Assist with testing route data to ensure accuracy of footnotes and fares as well as landmark definitions. Provide assistance with troubleshooting problems related to functionality of software. Products (on -going): • User training classes. • Accurate route data for call center use as well as for production of itineraries and RideGuides. Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 5% Task 9: Maintain updated park and ride lot database by maintaining relationship with entities providing/maintaining park and ride lots. Delete park and ride lots no longer available for use by carpoolers from the database. Add new lots as they are identified. 05/15/2000 • • • • Products: Accurate park and ride lot information on RideGuides (on -going). Start Date: 07/01'00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: '3°0 Task 10: Maintain and enhance (as appropriate to improve staff and systems efficiency) the RTDIE (Regional Transit Data Base Information Exchange) to extend the RTDIE to process data from new agencies able to submit and share transit route and schedule data in electronic format. Products: Maintenance and adaptation of future enhancements as needed (on -going). Start Date: 07/01/00 - End Date: 06"30/01 Percent: 5% Task 11: Maintain software enabling Internet access to transit data. Product: Transit itineraries and schedules through the Web site (on -going). Start Date: 07/01/00 Goals: End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: J% • Aaintain an accurate database of 375,000 registrants. • Maintain working relationships with 50 vanpool clients in order to retain current information on 1,500 existing vans within SCAG's vanpool data base. • Ensure that 100% of van data is updated prior to 9 months of age. • Ensure that a minimum of 95% of the transit data received at least one month in advance is entered for the effective date. 05/15/2000 000081 Telephone Customer Information Center S 540,059 • Provide rideshare information to 24,000 callers via the 1-800-COMMUTE information line to include carpool, vanpool, transit park and ride lot and local incentive program information. In addition, provide rideshare information to 12,000 individuals requesting service via the SCAG Internet Web site. Conduct 15,000 outbound customer calls to provide on -going service, update data base information and .generate rideshare placements. Produce and distribute 22,000 RideGuides to the call -in public and 10,000 RideGuides via Internet inquiries. Place 8,000 persons into various rideshare arran.gements including carpooling, vanpooling and transit. (This assumes a 25% Teleservices placement rate as vvas cited in the 1991 Teleservices Placement Evaluation. There has been no determination made to date on the rate of Internet placements.) Expense category includes labor only. Tasks/Products: Task 1: Provide personalized commute information/rideshare services to 24,000 individuals calling the 1-800-COMMUTE number. Product: In -bound call services (on -going). Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 40° o Task 2: Provide commute information to 12,000 individuals requesting service via the SCAG Internet Web site. Produce 10,000 RideGuides via Internet inquiries. Product: RideGuides via the Internet (on -going). Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 20% Task 3: Provide customer service update calls to 15,000 individual call -in registrants. Product: Out -bound call services (on -going). Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 25% Task 4: Produce 22,000 RideGuides to call -in commuters. Product: RideGuides to call -in commuters (on -going). Start Date: 07/01/00 nnnoS'7 End Date: 06/30/01 Percent: 15% 05/15/2000 • • • Goals: • Respond to 24,000 telephone inquiries for rideshare information. • Conduct 15,000 outbound customer calls. • Produce 22,000 RideGuides to call -in commuters and 10,000 RideGuides via Internet inquiries. 05/15/2000 0n0083 Studies and Regional Marketing S Conduct a placement rate study to determine the effectiveness of the RideGuide in placing individuals into a rideshare arrangement. Other regional marketing activities include the planning and implementation of the annual media recognition luncheon event and the production and dissemination of CrossRoads to regional employer transportation coordinators and media. In addition, develop a regionwide marketing strategy to increase public awareness of the 1-S00- COMNIliTE telephone number and the Internet Web page. Expense categories include labor, consultant services, CrossRoads printing, postage and other expenses related to the Rideshare Media recognition event. Tasks/Products: Task l : This is a carryover project from fiscal year 1998-99. Develop survey and sample methodology, produce a timeline, distribute an RFP, develop and pretest the questionnaire. develop sample methodology, generate the sample, select a contractor, conduct the survey, clean and tabulate the data, analyze the data, develop a final report and report key findings. Product: Final report assessing the effectiveness of the RideGuide in placing individuals into alternative rideshare arrangements (on -going). Start Date: 07 01 '00 End Date: 03'31 /01 Percent: ''5° o Task 2: The :Media Recognition Traffic Reporters' luncheon is the kick-off event for Rideshare Week and an opportunity to get traffic reporters and other media "on board" as supporters of the event. Tasks related to Rideshare Week include: securing sponsors for location and,/or food (costs not covered by core funding but vital to the success of the luncheon), designing and producing invitations, designing and ordering the awards, developing the program, securing an _ emcee, securing door prizes, designing signage and the Rideshare portion of the program, making personal calls to traffic reporters to boost attendance, developing specialized media kits for traffic reports that includes a press release, PSAs, sample soundbitesand other information on Rideshare Week, developing pre -event media advisories, assisting traffic reporters with questions they have regarding the commute. Product: Media Recognition/Traffic Reporters' Luncheon (on -going). Start Date: 07/01/00 End Date: 11/30/00 Percent: 15% Task 3: Write, produce, and disseminate 11 issues of the CrossRoads newsletter to regional employee transportation coordinators, academia, TDM consultants and media. (Costs include printing, postage, illustrations, photocopying of inserts and fulfillment.) Product: CrossRoads Newsletter (on -going). • noon'! 05/15/2000 • • • Start Date: 07,'01:00 End Date: 06 30 01 Percent: 45°. 0 Task 4: Retain a marketing consultant to develop a regionwide marketing strategy to reverse the recent downward trends in public awareness of rideshare programs and the 1-800-COMMUTE telephone number reported in the 1998 State of the Commute study. Product: Regional strategic marketing plan. (option) Start Date: 07/01'00 This product is consultant -assisted. Goals: End Date: 12/31 /00 Percent: 15'? 0 • Conduct the placement rate study/evaluation. • Conduct one Rideshare Week Media Recognition/Traffic Reporters' Luncheon. • Distribute 11 issues (quantity 5,700 each) of CrossRoads newsletter, distributing 62,700 copies in the five -county region. • Develop a regional strategic marketing plan. 05/15/2000 nn008,) Attachment "13" FY 2000-2001 SCAG Rideshare Core Services Budget Staff Prsn. Code Position Hourly Rate Survey 8 RG TN 6001 Database TN 6101 Telephone CI TN 6201 Marketing TN 6301 Prograt t Subtotal Hours Direct Lbr. Hours Direct Lbr. Hours Direct Lbr. Hours Direct Lbr. Total Hours Ti. Drt. Lbr. Jeneno Allen Galeon Alva Riley GALE AL Assis. Data Base Control - $ 31.291, - -- $ - $ - $ - t_ nuo 31.296 Alfonso Riguero RILE AL RIGU AL Assoc. Data Base Control Aide Data Base Control _ $ - $ 24,603 - $ "L'L048 - --- $ - -- - $ - - - t 3`,0 2!+,1148 $ S $ t.800 Robert Kohl KOHL RO Principal Data Systems $ 20,711 $ 25.471 _ _ $ $ t, 24G03 S .16.182 Brian Kim KIM BR Aide Data Base Control $ $ 1,227 $ $ 10c Cheryl Collier Dennis Lopez COLL CH LOPE DE Manager RS Services Assoc. _ $ 8,448 $ 8,448 _ _ _ " $ 4,22.1 $ 12,672 al tilm 1 227 3 1.792 Don Webb Data Systems Progr. $ 22,114 $ 21.956 $ - $ - 1.G72 y, _14.U70 - WEBB DO Aide Teleservices $ $ $ 28,811.5 $ Doug Schulza Cora Fay Cook SCHU DO COOK CO Assoc. Data Base Control Secretary $ _ _ $ 31.881 $ $ $ 1.8011 1 ii 1. 28.1185 $ 1.331 Greg _ $ 3,313 _ $ $ $ 1 Jill Smolinski SMIT HO SMOL JI Sr. Data Base Control $ $ 35,041 _ $ $ 1,unn ; 3; 041 James Sims Assoc. Com. Affairs Offc. $ $ $ $ 25,437 [in0 25 .1;7 c 1n.127 ' SIMS JA Director $ 10,032 $ 10,032 $ 10,032 $ 10,032 Karen Solomon SOLO KA Secretary $ 3,951 $ 3,951 $ 1,756 (ion Kay Nakayama Lionel Culliff NAKA KA Assis. Client Services Officer $ 34,707 $ $ $ $ $ 7,903 tone 5 17 562 CUTL LI Aide Teleservices $ _ $ $ 30.776 $ • $ 1.800 L80u $ 31 /07 Lionel Wong WONG LI Sr. Data Systems Progr. $ 6,443 $ 6,443 $ $ $ S $ 601 1 34 577 5 _ 41.318 3 636 Sina Zarift ZARI SI Sr. RS Services Analyst $ $ $ $ $ 3,636 4511 Dave Vroman VROM DA Sr. Data Systems Progr. $ 2.872 $ 17.230 $ $ 700 20,101 Tanna Manford MANF TA Assoc. Client Srv. Officer $ $ 13.802 $ $ $ 4800 27,810 Vacant Manager, Regional DB $ 2,778 $ 10,715 $ $ 4/5 13,802 lint Arevalos AREV TI Aide Teleservices $ $ $ 26,364 $ $ $ 310 - 13.493 c 26.364 Vacant Vacant' Assoc. RS Analyst $ $ $ $ 9,497 18114 450 <, 9.497 51.392 Walter Birdsong Sr. Data Systems Progr. $ 10.196 $ 41,196 $ - $ - 1.497 Wanda Wyatt BIRD WA Principal Teleservices $ $ $ 48.172 _ $ 1 Hours and Direct Labor 12,232 $ 252,234 11,695 $ 347,02U 9,170 $ 184,781 2,350 $ 69,11T S`..11 23,644 $ ii Indirect Fringe tr T $ 295,114 $ 406,013 $ 216,201 $ 80,93G ,t 218 $ 998,265 EDP Reprodctn. rd € 'may 7� $ 117,314 $ 161,399 �; -� $ 85,944 $ $ 5�e€ >'q11 " �i13 i• $ 28,805 $ 39,630 $ 21,103 $ 7,900 $ 147,863 $ 97,437Subtotal Fr/IN/OH I 92210 , $ 484,946 $ 667,180 $ 355272 132,9913 � $ 1.640.396 Total Burdened Labor s „ - - v ;; �� $ 737,180 $ 1,014,200 $ 540,059 $ 202.175 $ 2,493,614 Cumulative Hours and Burdened Labor 23927 $ 1,751,381� 33,097 $ 2,291,439 35,447 $ 2,493,614 Other Expenses Temporary Cost Code a Costs Costs Costs Costs Total Costs Labor Data 5595 $ $ 30,000 Entry RG Paper/Envelopes 7005 a y3+ s u i $ 325,000 $ $ 30,000 7050 r ct 2i1� $ 45,000 Placement Evaluation 7054 S 25,000000 45,000 25,000 Misc. Software Crossroads 5527 7043 e ;;� ,+ �. S 5,000 Rdshre Wk Media 63,000 $ Lunch 5592 ��> x ,,tc + q $ 5,000 63,000 $ -- 5,000 $ 9 Marketing Consultant' 5830 $ t 4 �g r� = $ 500 $ 4,250 $ 250 $ 5,000 Programming 5430a3r} � f 30,000 Consultant Unallocated 5435 zt •y� a a { S 20,000 x $ g0,p00 $ 211,000 Reserve' 9900 E f .aped • �r Subtotal Expenses 1 ro97a " $ 375,500 $ 59,250 a 3 123,7sn $ ',',14,U00 Cumulative Expenses ,- •= $ 434,750 - $ 434,750 $ 558,000 Task Total (Burdened Labor+Expenses) $ 1,112,680 $ 1,073,450 - $ 540,0.59 $ 325,425 $ 3.051,614 Cumulative Grand Total _ • Indicates - $ 2,186,131 $ 2,726, 189 S 3,051,61.1 g i,u51,r,1q pending a additional tasks p g approval of the CTCs. CrossroAds production of Ssa non rnod,k .,r ori..ti.,.. 7 00e Burden factor is 3.00 times the annual salary and includes a 3 % increase over FY 99/00 salary levels. pieces ued 11 X (tl at $ 42H13- postage of $2 57 Op p+ii ling = $3Qpoo • • • • Sources of Revenue SCAG Core Rideshare Budget FY Ol FY 01 CTC Population % Share Share LACN1TA 8.863.163 60.99 S 1.861.260 OCTA 2.410.556 16.59 S 506.216 SANBAG 1.418.380 9.76 S 297.859 ROTC 1.170.413 8.05 S 245.786 VCTC 669.016 4.6 S 140.493 Total 14.531.529 100.00 S3.051,614 'dote: Population split is per formula used in the prior year budgets. • • .attachment "C'" 05/15/2000 nrinng�