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05 May 22, 2000 Budget & ImplementationR/VERB/L}E COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON 050192 BUDGET AND 1R/ PLEMENTATION MEETING AGENDA TIME: DATE: LOCATION: 2:45 p.m. - NOTE TIME CHAI RECORDS Monday, May 22, 2000 Riverside C unty Transportation Commission 3560 Univ rsity Avenue, Suite 100 - Conference Room A Riverside, A 92501 ...COMMITTEE MEMBERS... Ro Roberts, Chairm n / Jeff Comerchero, City of Temecula J hn Hunt, Vice C air / Michael Bracken, City of Banning G egory S. Pettis / arah DeGrandi, City of Cathedral City Juan DeLara / R chard Macknicki, City of Coachella Jeffrey Benne t / Andrea Puga, City of Corona Mike Wilso / Marcos Lopez, City of Indio John Pena / Ron Perkins, City of La Quinta Kevin Pape / Robert Schiffner, City of Lake Elsinore Frank West / Bill Batey, City of Moreno Valley J. Philip Stack / Flarvey Gerber, City of Rancho Mirage Ameal Moore / City of Riverside John Tavaglione / District Two / County of Riverside Jim Venable / istrict Three / County of Riverside Pa rick Williams / Ch is Carlson-Buydos, City of San Jacinto ... STAFF ... Eric aley, Executive Director Marilyn Williams, Direct r of Regional Issues and Communications ... AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY... Annual Bu get Development and Oversight C untywide Strategic Plan Legislation Measure "A" I plementation and Capital Programs Public Com unications and Outreach Programs Competitive Grant Programs: EA 21-CMAQ & STP, Transportation Enhancement and B 821-Bicycle & Pedestrian roperty Management SA E/Freeway Service Patrol and other areas a may be prescribed by the Commission 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. zs36.6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTA TION COMMISSION BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE http://www.rctc.org 3560 University Ave - Riverside, CA 92501 - Conference Room A PARK IN THE PARKING GARAGE ACROSS FROM THE POST OFFICE ON ORANGE STREET MONDAY, MAY 22, 2000 - 2:45 p.m. AMENDED A G E N D A *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda City of La Quinta City HaII (Video Conference Location) 78-495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta 92253 - Session Room 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. ROLL CALL 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (April 24, 2000) 5 CONSENT CALENDAR - All matters on the Consent Calendar will be approved in a single motion unless a Commissioner(s) requests separate action on specific item(s). Items pulled from the Consent Calendar will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda. 5A. MONTHLY CONTRACTS COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT - P.1 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending April 30, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 2 5B. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS - P. 5 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Financial Statements for the quarter ending March 31, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. 5C. SINGLE SIGNATURE AUTHORITY REPORT - P. 11 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Single Signature Authority Report as of April 30, 2000, and forward to the Commission for action. 5D. QUARTERLY CALL BOX UPDATE - P. 14 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the operational statistics for the Riverside County Motorist Aid Call Box System for the quarter ending March 31, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. 5E. INVESTMENT REPORT FOR QUARTER ENDING MARCH 31, 2000 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Investment Report for the quarter ending March 31, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 3 6. DEFAULT REMEDIES FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SOUND WALL #98 ON ROUTE 91 AND THE RELOCATION AND REHABILITATION OF THE ADJACENT DRAINAGE CANAL - P. 22 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) approve the Executive Director's "Emergency" findings; 2) secure a new contractor to complete construction of Sound Wall #98; 3) authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the agreement(s); 4) direct staff to work with Legal Counsel to seek full restitution of any and all damages; and 5) forward to the Commission for final action. 7. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES ON STATE ROUTE 74 FROM I-15 TO WASSON CANYON ROAD - P. 26 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) prepare and advertise a request for proposals for a consultant to provide construction management services on State Route 74 (Phase 1) from 1-15 to Wasson Canyon Road; and 2) forward to the Commission for final action. 8. HIGHWAY 111 / GENE AUTRY TRAIL REVISED PROJECT FUNDING - P. 28 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of the revised Measure "A" funding request to advance the construction of improvements at Gene Autry Trail and Highway 1 1 1, and forward to the Commission for final action. Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 4 9. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE ON -CALL ENGINEERING SERVICES - P. 32 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) direct staff to prepare and advertise a request for proposals to provide On -call engineering services for small engineering support needs; and 2) forward to the Commission for final action. 10. AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO LAND USE AGREEMENT WITH THE RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - P. 34 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to authorize staff and Legal Counsel to enter into discussions with the Riverside Community College (RCC) for the purpose of canceling Amendment No. 1 to the land use agreement for a temporary parking lot at the La Sierra Metrolink Station, and forward to the Commission for final action. 11. REQUEST FROM STAR MILLING TO LEASE RCTC RIGHT-OF-WAY - P. 36 Overview This item is to seek Committee direction and approval regarding the potential development of a lease of RCTC rail right-of-way to Star Milling. A recommendation from the Property Ad Hoc Committee will be forwarded to the Budget and Implementation Committee for approval and subsequent final action by the Commission at their June meeting. Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 5 12. RENEWAL OF GROUP 70 SECURITY GUARD CONTRACT - P. 38 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval for an amendment to the Group 70 Protective and Investigative Services contract for a three year period and forward to the Commission for final action. 13. RIVERSIDE COUNTY OBLIGATION PLAN FOR CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY AND SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM FUNDS - P. 39 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to submit the Riverside County Obligation Plan for Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and Surface Transportation Programs (STP) funds to Caltrans by June 30, 2000, and forward to the Commission for final action. 14. SB 821 PROGRAM EXTENSION FOR THE CITIES OF MURRIETA AND RIVERSIDE - P. 49 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) grant the City of Murrieta a twelve month extension to June 30, 2001 to construct the Jefferson Avenue bike lane project and Washington Avenue sidewalk project; 2) grant the City of Riverside a six month extension to complete the Garfield Street sidewalk project; and 3) forward to the Commission for final action. 15. SCHEDULE OF RECURRING CONTRACTS - P. 53 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of the Schedule of Recurring Contracts for Fiscal Year 2000/2001 and forward to the Commission for final action. Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 6 16. REGIONAL ARTERIAL BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - P. 55 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of a budget adjustment in the Regional Arterial program for Fiscal Year 1999/2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. 17. PROPOSED FY 2000 / 2001 BUDGET - P. 56 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2000/2001 and forward to the Commission for final action. 18. STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE UPDATE - P. 72 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) adopt the following bill positions: a) AB 2054 (Torlakson) - Support With Amendments, b) AB 2848 (Firebaugh) - Support, c) HR 3630 and S. 1 144 - Seek Amendments, d) HR 3700 and S.1900 - Seek Amendments, 2) receive and file the State and Federal Legislative Update, and- 3) forward to the Commission for final action. 19. ADJOURNMENT - The next meeting is scheduled to be held at 2:30 p.m. on Monday, June 26, 2000 at the RCTC offices. • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTA TION COMMISSION BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE http://www.rctc.org 3560 University Ave - Riverside, CA 92501 - Conference Room A PARK IN THE PARKING GARAGE ACROSS FROM THE POST OFFICE ON ORANGE STREET MONDAY, MAY 22, 2000 - 2:45 p.m. AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda City of La Quinta City Hall (Video Conference Location) 78-495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta 92253 - Session Room 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. ROLL CALL 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (April 24, 2000) 5. CONSENT CALENDAR - All matters on the Consent Calendar will be approved in a single motion unless a Commissioner(s) requests separate action on specific item(s). Items pulled from the Consent Calendar will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda. 5A. MONTHLY CONTRACTS COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT - P.1 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending April 30, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. • Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 2 5B. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS - P. 5 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Financial Statements for the quarter ending March 31, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. 5C. SINGLE SIGNATURE AUTHORITY REPORT - P. 11 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Single Signature Authority Report as of April 30, 2000, and forward to the Commission for action. 5D. QUARTERLY CALL BOX UPDATE - P. 14 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the operational statistics for the Riverside County Motorist Aid Call Box System for the quarter ending March 31, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. 6. DEFAULT REMEDIES FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SOUND WALL #98 ON ROUTE 91 AND THE RELOCATION AND REHABILITATION OF THE ADJACENT DRAINAGE CANAL - P. 22 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) approve the Executive Director's "Emergency" findings; 2) secure a new contractor to complete construction of Sound Wall #98; 3) authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the agreement(s); 4) direct staff to work with Legal Counsel to seek full restitution of any and all damages; and 5) forward to the Commission for final action. • • Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 3 7. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES ON STATE ROUTE 74 FROM I-15 TO WASSON CANYON ROAD - P. 26 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) prepare and advertise a request for proposals for a consultant to provide construction management services on State Route 74 (Phase I) from 1-15 to Wasson Canyon Road; and 2► forward to the Commission for final action. 8. HIGHWAY 111 / GENE AUTRY TRAIL REVISED PROJECT FUNDING - P. 28 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of the revised Measure "A" funding request to advance the construction of improvements at Gene Autry Trail and Highway 1 1 1, and forward to the Commission for final action. 9. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE ON -CALL ENGINEERING SERVICES - P. 32 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) direct staff to prepare and advertise a request for proposals to provide On -call engineering services for small engineering support needs; and 2) forward to the Commission for final action. 10. AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO LAND USE AGREEMENT WITH THE RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - P. 34 Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 4 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to authorize staff and Legal Counsel to enter into discussions with the Riverside Community College (RCC) for the purpose of canceling Amendment No. 1 to the land use agreement for a temporary parking lot at the La Sierra Metrolink Station, and forward to the Commission for final action. 11. REQUEST FROM STAR MILLING TO LEASE RCTC RIGHT-OF-WAY - P. 36 Overview This item is to seek Committee direction and approval regarding the potential development of a lease of RCTC rail right-of-way to Star Milling. A recommendation from the Property Ad Hoc Committee will be forwarded to the Budget and Implementation Committee for approval and subsequent final action by the Commission at their June meeting. 12. RENEWAL OF GROUP 70 SECURITY GUARD CONTRACT - P. 38 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval for an amendment to the Group 70 Protective and Investigative Services contract for a three year period and forward to the Commission for final action. 13. RIVERSIDE COUNTY OBLIGATION PLAN FOR CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY AND SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM FUNDS - P. 39 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to submit the Riverside County Obligation Plan for Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and Surface Transportation Programs (STP) funds to Caltrans by June 30, 2000, and forward to the Commission for final action. Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 5 • 14. SB 821 PROGRAM EXTENSION FOR THE CITIES OF MURRIETA AND RIVERSIDE - P. 49 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) grant the City of Murrieta a twelve month extension to June 30, 2001 to construct the Jefferson Avenue bike lane project and Washington Avenue sidewalk project; 2) grant the City of Riverside a six month extension to complete the Garfield Street sidewalk project; and 3) forward to the Commission for final action. 15. SCHEDULE OF RECURRING CONTRACTS - P. 53 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of the Schedule of Recurring Contracts for Fiscal Year 2000/2001 and forward to the Commission for final action. 16. REGIONAL ARTERIAL BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - P. 55 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of a budget adjustment in the Regional Arterial program for Fiscal Year 1999/2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. 17. PROPOSED FY 2000 / 2001 BUDGET - P. 56 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval of the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2000/2001 and forward to the Commission for final action. Budget & Implementation Committee May 22, 2000 Page 6 • • 18. STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE UPDATE - P. 72 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) adopt the following bill positions: a) AB 2054 (Torlakson) - Support With Amendments, b) AB 2848 (Firebaugh) - Support, c) HR 3630 and S. 1 144 - Seek Amendments, d) HR 3700 and S.1900 - Seek Amendments, 2) receive and file the State and Federal Legislative Update, and 3) forward to the Commission for final action. 19. ADJOURNMENT - The next meeting is scheduled to be held at 2:30 p.m. on Monday, June 26, 2000 at the RCTC offices. ATTENDANCE ROSTER BUDGET & IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE MEETING MONDAY, APRIL 24, 2000 - 2:45 P.M. IF YOU WISH TO TESTIFY AT THIS MEETING, PLEASE FILL OUT THE CARD AND PRESENT IT TO A RCTC STAFF MEMBER NAME 1 ill , 1,1 y % f • • REPRESENTING TELEPHONE AND FAX NO t z •?`,.,a._ • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE APRIL 24, 2000 MINUTES 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Budget and Implementation Committee was called to order at 3:05 p.m. by Chairman Ron Roberts, at the offices of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100, Riverside, California and at the video conference location at the City of La Quinta, 78-495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta 92253. 2. ROLL CALL Roll call was taken and the following members were present at the meeting: Members Present Members Absent Ameal Moore Kevin Pape John Pena* Gregory S. Pettis* Andrea Puga Ron Roberts John Tavaglione Jim Venable Frank West Patrick Williams Juan DeLara John Hunt Mike Wilson Don Yokaitis * Attended meeting at the video conferencing site. 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no comments at this time. 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (Tavaglione/Pape) approve the minutes dated March 27, 2000 as submitted. Abstain - Puga 5. CONSENT CALENDAR M/S/C (Puga/Pape) approve the Consent Calendar as presented. 5A. MONTHLY. CONTRACTS COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT Recommend that the Commission receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending March 31, 20M Budget & Implementation Committee Minutes April 24, 2000 Page 2 6. AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT NO. RO-9861 WITH URS GREINER WOODWARD CLYDE, FOR ADDITIONAL DESIGN WORK ON ROUTE 91, MAGNOLIA TO MARY, AUXILIARY LANE PROJECT M/S/C (Pettis/Puga) recommend that the Commission approval to authorize: 1) Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. RO-9861, with URS Greiner Woodward Clyde, for additional engineering design services required to support Final RS&E Design of the Route 91, Magnolia to Mary, Auxiliary Lane Project; and 2► The Chairman to execute the amendment on behalf of the Commission, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, using the standard amendment format. 7. APPROVAL TO BID LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE FOR SOUND WALL NO. 98 ON SR 91 M/S/C (Pettis/Puga) recommend Commission approval to bid the plans, specifications and cost estimates (PS&E) package for landscaping of Sound Wall No. 98 on SR 91 from Jackson Street to Monroe Street. 8. APPROVAL TO ADVERTISE PHASE 2 SOUND WALLS NOS. 110, 121, AND 161 ON SR 91 M/S/C (Pettis/Puga) recommend Commission approval to advertise for construction of sound walls No. 110, 121 and 161 on SR 91 between Jackson to Jefferson Streets, subject to obtaining encroachment permits form both the City of Riverside and Caltrans. 9. APPROVAL OF FUNDS FOR THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF SOUND WALL #36 ON SR 91 M/S/C (Pettis/Puga) recommend Commission approval to allocate Measure A funds totaling $800,000 for the design and construction of Sound Wall #36 on SR 91 from Myers to Harrison Streets. 10. APPROVAL OF CALTRANS PROGRAM SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 005-M AND NO. 004-M M/S/C (Pettis/Puga) recommend Commission approval of Caltrans' Program Supplemental Agreements, No. 004-M for SR 79 to Administering Agency -State Agreement No. 08-6054, covering Preliminary Engineering. 11. AWARD CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT NO. RO-2056 FOR REMOVAL OF THE TEMPORARY NORTH SIDE PLATFORM AT THE RIVERSIDE DOWNTOWN METROLINK STATION M/S/C (Pettis/Puga) recommend Commission approval to: 1) Award construction contract No. RO-2056 for construction services to remove • • Budget & Implementation Committee Minutes April 24, 2000 Page 3 the Temporary North Side Platform and reinstall the chain link fence and lighting at the Riverside Downtown Metrolink Station to Phoenix Construction Services for a base amount of $29,500, with a contingency of up to $2,500, for a total not to exceed amount of $32,000; and 2) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission. 12. AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT NO. RO-9844 FOR ADDITIONAL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT SERVICES REQUIRED FOR THE LA SIERRA AND WEST CORONA METROLINK STATION IMPROVEMENTS M/S/C (Pettis/Puga) recommend Commission approval to authorize: 11 Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. RO-98-44 with F.R. Harris for additional engineering construction support services required for the la Sierra and West Corona Metrolink Stations' pedestrian over crossings and electronic surveillance systems for an additional base amount of $25,460 and an additional extra work contingency of $4,450, for a total not to exceed amendment amount of $30,000; and 2) The Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission. 13. AMENDMENT OF CONTRACT NO. RO-9833 WITH RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR ON CALL SURVEYING SERVICES M/S/C (Tavaglione/Williams) recommend Commission approval to: 1) Authorize Amendment No. 1 to Contract No. RO-9833 with Riverside County - for additional on call surveying services required to support design and construction of Measure A Projects for an additional base amount of $ 59,000 and an additional Extra Work contingency of $6,000, for a total not to exceed amendment amount of $65,000; and 2) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the amendment on behalf of the Commission using the standard amendment format. 14. RESOLUTION 00-007, ISSUANCE OF SALES TAX REVENUE BONDS M/S/C (Tavaglione/Moore) recommend Commission approval of Resolution 00-007, authorizing the issuance of Sales Tax Revenue Bonds. In addition, staff is seeking review and approval of documents related to this issuance. These documents include: a) Resolution No. 00-007, b) Preliminary Official Statement, c) Sixth Supplemental Indenture, d) Continuing Disclosure Agreement; and e) Bond Purchase Agreement Budget & Implementation Committee Minutes April 24, 2000 Page 4 15. PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000-2001 Ivan Chand, Chief Financial Officer, reviewed the proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2000-2001. The goals and objectives approved at the April Commission meeting and considered during the preparation of the budget are mobility, goods movement, congestion relief and safety improvements, air quality, economic development, intermodalism and accessibility, technological innovation, and public and agency communications. A public hearing regarding the budget is scheduled to open at the May Commission Meeting and the final budget will be presented for the Commission's review and adoption in June immediately following the close of the public hearing period. The Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2000-2001 was divided into the following sections: Executive Summary, Commission Policy, Goals, Objectives, and Financial Policies; Budget Process, Personnel, Debt Financing and Department/Program Budgets. Explanation of department expenditure assumptions, major initiatives, and tables detailing total expenditure are also included. A summary of the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2000-2001 is as follows: Revenues $ 122,147,350 Debt Proceeds $ 34,500,000 Personnel salary and fringe benefits $ 2,339,670 Professional $ 1,972,494 Support $ 2,223,626 Projects and Operations $ 105,064,688 Capital Outlay $ 46,500 Debt Service $ 35,379,119 Total Expenditures $ 147,026,097 Beginning Fund Balance $ 115,868,991 Ending Fund Balance $ 125,490,244 16. FY 1999-2000 SB 821 PROGRAM EXTENSION OF THE CITY OF CORONA M/S/C (Tavaglione/Venable) recommend Commission approval to grant the City of Corona a twelve-month extension to June 30, 2001 to construct the Chase Drive/EI Cerrito Bikeway project. • • • Budget & Implementation Committee Minutes April 24, 2000 Page 5 17. STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE UPDATE M/S/C (Pape/Puga) recommend Commission approval to receive and file the State and Federal Legislative Update. 18. UCLA FALL 2000 ARROWHEAD SYMPOSIUM SPONSORSHIP M/S/C (Tavaglione/Venable) recommend Commission approval to co-sponsor the annual UCLA Symposium, "The Transportation/Land Use/Environment Connection," scheduled for October 22-24, 2000 at the UCLA Conference Center In Lake Arrowhead in the amount of $5,000. 19. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Budget and Implementation Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 3:30 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled at 2:45 p.m., Monday, May 22, 2000 at the RCTC offices. Respectfully submitted, i Traci R. McGinley Deputy Clerk of the Commissio ATTENDANCE ROSTER BUDGET & IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE MEETING MONDAY, APRIL 24, 2000 - 2:45 P.M. NAME o �1c' r REPRE ENTING Me Aie iko `\)6,ksLlt CA) 'Su/ //11-te-- Eij'/Zec-e / Cv 4.4 ( A- GU/LL/4n41 e._ TELEPHONE AND FAX NO yid - 30a 6 • ‘9y- ‘V G .57137 C. / 65-1-(2 t-/6 7 3 70_7 3- 73724W- • • AGENDA ITEM 5A • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON I DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Measure A Project Manager Louie Martin, Measure A Project Controls Manager THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Monthly Contracts Cost and Schedule Report STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Commission approval to receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending April 30, 2000, and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The attached material depicts the current costs and schedule status of contracts reported by routes, commitments, and cooperative agreements executed by the Commission. For each contract and agreement, the report lists the authorized value approved by the Commission, percentage of contract amount expended to date, and the project expenditures by route with status for the month ending April 30, 2000. 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Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Quarterly Financial Statements STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Financial Statements for the quarter ending March 31, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: .Revenue As of March 31, 2000, the Commission had received 70% of its budgeted revenue. • Sales Tax, Measure A revenue - Measure A revenues at the end of the year are expected to be approximately 5-6% higher than budgeted. • Other Sales Tax revenues - Revenues are slightly lower as LTF revenues billed have not been received. • Federal/State/Local/Other revenue - Revenues are considerably lower than budgeted. These revenues are received upon billings. Since the projects have not incurred any expenses, billings have not been made. The Commission expects to invoice for these projects upon completion of the project and expects reimbursement at that time. • Interest Income - County interest was received after the end of the quarter. At the end of the year, staff expects to have received the amount budgeted. • Other Revenues - SAFE Fees for March 2000, FSP Ca!trans for January through March 2000, and several lease payments are pending. The Commission is actively pursuing these revenues and expects to collect all of them by the end of the fiscal year. 000005 Expenditures As of March 31, 2000, the Commission had expended 60% of its appropriations. • Administration - Expenditures are within reason and below budget. Office Lease/Utilities is right at budget for the three quarters. Staff will monitor this category to insure that it does not exceed appropriations and if necessary, request a budget adjustment. • Programs and Projects - Expenditures are within reason and below budget. The following are explanations on items of interest or over budget expectations. o Salaries and Benefits - At the end of three quarters, this category is at 70% of the budget. o Rail Right of Way - The Commission has made all necessary purchases and does not foresee further purchases. This item will remain the same through the end of the year. Regional Arterial - Prior year projects were rolled over into Fiscal Year 1999-2000. Staff will be submitting a budget adjustment for this item. o Streets and Roads - This item is a transfer of funds to the cities and the county based on the Measure A formula. This item is over budget due to the greater revenues received from Measure A Sales taxes. Staff will be submitting a budget adjustment for this item. o Special Transportation\Transit - This item is a transfer of funds to the various programs based on the Measure A formula. This item is over budget due to the greater revenues received from Measure A Sales taxes." " Staff will be submitting a budget adjustment for this item. • Intergovernmental Distribution - Staff has made the internal transfers and does not expect to make further transfers in this fiscal year. This amount will remain the same through the end of the year. Staff will continue to monitor the revenues and expenditures and notify the Commission of any unusual events. Attachments • • • 000006 Description REVENUES Sales Tax Revenues Measure A Other Sales Tax Revenues Fed State Local & Other Govern Interest Income Other Revenues TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES ADMINISTRATION Salaries & Benefits General Legal Services Prof Services (Excludes Legal) Office Lease/Utilities General Admin Expenses TOTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Salaries & Benefits General Legal Services Prof Services (Excludes Legal) General Projects Highway Engineering Highway Construction Highways ROW Special Studies Rail Engineering Rail Construction Rail ROW Commuter Assistance Regional Arterial Streets & Roads Special Transportion\Transit Project Operations/Maintenance Project Towing STA Distributions TOTAL PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Intergovern Distribution Capital Outlay TOTAL EXPENDITURES Other Financing Sources(Uses) 0 opting Transfers In Operating Transfers out' Q • Riverside County Transportation Commission111 OOQTA BUDGET VERSUS ACTUALS-3rd Qtr For Period Ending; 03/31/00 05/04/OO BUDGET REMAINING PERCENT ACTUALS BALANCE UTILIZATION 73,486,999.00 60,375,476.40 7,155,263.00 4,647,064.00 10,268,645.00 435,686.38 3,678,164.00 2,141,063.01 6,623,129.00 3,299,635.93 101,212,200.00 70,898,925.72 827,000.00 474,090.90 107,500.00 55,925.69 1,199,056.00 672,653.03 220,000.00 162,370.30 820,740.00 365,900.36 3,174,296.00 1,730,940.28 1,489,306.00 287,500.00 437,000.00 1,859,200.00 3,274,915.00 11,590,776.00 1,710,729.00 2,475,000.00 1,717,479.00 5,741,250.00 652,352.00 1,531,076.00 4,230,599.00 28,172,108.00 6,581,399.00 1,693,579.00 972,158.00 2,395,666.00 76,812,092.00 518,609.00 86,000.00 80,590,997.00 0.00 30,600,224.00 13,111,522.60 2,508,199.00 9,832,958.62 1,537,100.99 3,323,493.07 82.15 64.94 4.24 58.21 49.81 30,313,274.28 70.04 352,909.10 51,574.31 526,402.97 57,629.70 454,839.64 57.32 52.02 56.09 73.80 44.58 1,443,355.72 54.52 1,045,491.75 443,814.25 193,484.66 94,015.34 201,539.70 235,460.30 763,619.89 1,095,580.11 1,202,278.55 2,072,636.45 951,679.72 10,639,096.28 252,726.08 1,458,002.92 1,294,644.96 1,180,355.04 185,735.44 1,531,743.56 1,892,976.58 3,848,273.42 644,494.62 7,857.38 818,329.39 712,746.61 5,087,194.83 (856,595.83) 22,952,170.37 5,219,937.63 5,080,409.00 1,500,990.00 1,008,479.18 685,099.82 543,703.46 428,454.54 1,254,187.00 1,141,479.00 45,373,145.18 31,438,946.82 518,322.40 286.60 35,622.98 50,377.02 47,658,030.84 32,932,966.16 , 1,196,918.64 (1,196,918.64) 24,114,739.34 6,485,484.66 70.19 67.29 46.11 41.07 36.71 8.21 14.77 52.30 10.81 32.97 98.79 53.44 120.24 81.47 77.19 59.54 55.92 52.35 59.07 99.94 41.42 59.13 0.00 78.80 Description Debt Service Issuance Costs Total Other Financing Sources Uses Excess(Deficiency)of Revenues And Other Financing Sources Over(Under)Expenditures And Other Financing Uses FUND BALANCE July 1, 1999 FUND BALANCE March 31, 2000 CD 0 Q CD CD CAD Riverside County Transportation Commission BUDGET VERSUS ACTUALS-3rd Qtr For Period Ending: 03/31/00 05/04/00 REMAINING PERCENT BUDGET ACTUALS BALANCE UTILIZATION 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 30,600,224.00 22,917,820.70 (9,979,021.00) 323,074.18 86,586,843.00 96,140,717.63 76,607,822.00 96,463,791.81 7,682,403.30 74.89 (10,302,095.18) (3.23) (9,553,874.63) 111.03 (19,855,969.81) 125.91 000TA W 6£L'htl'72 79'916'961'1 79'0£0'959'27 96'229.5£ O7'ZZ£'8l5 81'57l'£L£'57 00'LBl'752't 9h•£0L'£h5 81'627'900% 00'607'090'5 L£'021'256'22 £9"761'280'5 6f'62£'Bl8 Z9'76h'hh9 95'926'269'1 7h'5fL'58l 96'779'762'1 90'922'252 2L'6L9'156 68'6t9'£9L 02'6E5.102 99""9"'£61 5216h'5h0% 92'06'0£2'1 9£'006'59£ 0£'OL£'29l f0'£59'ZL9 69'526'55 06'060'72' 22'526'968'02 £6'5£9'662'£ 10'£90'171'2 8£'989'5£7 00'790'279'h 07'927'5Lf'09 00/70/50 12101 091919903 • 9 SBh ££ 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 (09'992) 00"0 00'0 00'609'Sl5 92'172'17 uol;nql�;slp uJano6aa;ul 1£'l01'OLZ'L 00'0 00"L8l'h52't 00'121'066'21 29'h89'0£1'22 66'210'220'1 96'162'659'9 S103f09d/SW2a009d 12101 00'0 79'817'766 00'0 00'0 20'967'£26'S £9'h21'886'91 00'005'202 00'002'9 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 h9'817'766 00'005'202 00'0 lnp spa;sued 6ul3eiadp 8Z'l72'l7 l£'LOl'OLZ'L 00'0 ul spa;sued 6ulleaadp 00'LSl'h52'l Oh'h£S'686'Zl 00'022'0£t'22 80'112.11t't (sasn)sapJnoS 6uloueuld 3a410 00'0 00'0 LL'SS9'098'8 S3an1ION3dX3 12101 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 L£'L£1'2 l Ae11n0 leitdep 00'0 S 6LZ hL'6l1'925 00'0 00'h8£'8tZ'L 00'0 76'691'£h 20'901'29£ h1'075'152 97'900'011 £0'££h'2 l£'SLL'£SL'l SB'£Z6'86£ 00'0 70'90L'28£ 00'0 00'0 09'2£b'ZS£ 58'220'58L ££'810'26 L9'272'7£t sanuanaa aa440 00'0 00'0 00"0 00'0 00'0 82'192'11 22'615'2 62.622'6£ awooul ;saga;ul 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 wano0 Jay40 1 lepol a;e;S pa; 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(5L'98L'696) hl'075'1.52 97'502'7L (96'059'£6£'2) 99'067'£98'h £9'LOl'27L (97'SL£'L79'L) sasfl 6utoueL4i aa430 put/ samnllpuadx3(Jap4n)ran0 saoonoS 6uloueuli 4a440 putl sanuanaN io(A3uatol;a0)ssaox3 sash OL'029'LL6'22 00'0 h9'9l7766 00'0 00'0 L0'967'£26'S 66'50L'£66'SL 00'0 00'002'9 sa3mos 6uloueuli Jay30 19491 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 00'0 slso3 aouenssl aopuas 1ga0 00/70/50 1V101 N3dtld N0110f1N1SN00 NOI10fIN1SN00 33NVISISSV A1N1103 A1Nf100 9NINISWOO 1VI3N3WW00 A1N103 9VA3 llSNV8I NN31SV3 N2131S3M AlW100 NN31S3M NN31S3M 31V1S QO/70/50 00/1£/£0 :6ulpu3 poliad J01 00/L£/£ ONnA A9 Sltlfllotl i9000 uolsslumo0 uolleliodsueJl Aluno0 am sJanla 3iVS/dS1 ONnA 1VN3N39 00lld!Aosa0 AGENDA ITEM SC • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Ivan M. Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Single Signature Authority Report STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Single Signature Authority Report as of April 30, 2000, and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The attached report details all contracts which have been executed through April 30, 2000 under single signature authority granted to the Executive Director by the Commission. The remaining unused capacity is $413,100.00. • Attachment 000011 6L'VZZ'£1• . 1.Z'SL9`£Y 00'00l `£ lb 00'006`99 00'000`OOS of Ooo do f} ' 00 0001 L6:£91q £0'9£S`L 00'000'OL 00'0 won't 00'000`OOS N�V pue t{a�e Aq pamalnaa • uoye�slulwpe:�a� seull�pinl �Ir�t o s;r�l�it sr suo�ssasululey 00'000'� toom4. a pue ou1}1nsuQu0uolss4o40 boi40if 00'000` l l 00'000`0 L 00'000`0I. sauel ssaidx3 1.6 alno8 of palela.1 se saopues an11e1s16a1 "uogoao IeaauaO ZOOZ 43JeW a41 uo aq stew 4ouim £-V0S of luensmd Ueld ainupuadx3 dsuenl Illuno0 appianla I amid 30N1i1V8 1Nf10WV 1Nf10WV 1Nf10WV S301At13S d0 ONINIVW321 030143dX3 10V81N00 .11.0V211N00 NOI1dRl0S30 "MIA • • 000Z 'Of 11adV 30 SV AIRIOH1f1V 321f11V1s/OIS 31ONIS 2130Nf1 03Z1210H1f1V S10Va1N00 006isuisldp\wpdaJd\siasnl:l nnaf s}t10S61 u ease: 000Z `0£ aunt' fR1H1 ONINIVW3t1 iNf10WV 03Sf11Nf10WV 6661 ' l Ainf 3181/11VAV 1Nf10WV uoldwaN V 411wS uoidwam 9 wpm 1NV11f1SN00 CONSULTANT Mathis 8 Associates SANBAG Susan Van Note Richard Doyle Ray Gorski CONTRACTS AUTHORIZED UNDER SINGLE SIGNATURE AUTHORITY AS OF APRIL 30, 2000 FINAL DESCRIPTION CONTRACT ' CONTRACT EXPENDED REMAINING OF SERVICES AMOUNT AMOUNT AMOUNT BALANCE Consultant for RCTC employee survey, RCTC organizational structure, relationships of new staff & follow up meetings with RCTC staff. Co -manage study of growth in demand for air cargo and other freight movement in relation to Inland Empire Employment and population growth. 10,000.00 10,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 6,739.18 3,260.82 7,500.00 7,500.00 Provide part-time finance and accounting 9,800.00 5,600.00 5,600.00 0.00 services as Interim Chief Financial Officer Consulting Services as a facilitator for the 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 0.00 Commission's staff retreat. Evaluation of Congestion Mitgation Air 14,000.00 14,000.00 0.00 14,000.00 Quality (CMAQ) to develop a Clean Fuel OKrortunity Fund. West Group Design Architechtural Programming Office Planning 8 Design Services CD 0 H W f:lusers\preprintidp\sinsig00 15,700.00 14,800.00 14,800.00 0.00 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Jerry Rivera, Program Manager THROUGH: Marilyn Williams, Director of Regional Issues and Communications SUBJECT: Quarterly Call Box Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the operational statistics for the Riverside County Motorist Aid Call Box System for the quarter ending March 31, 2000, and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Attached are the operational statistics for the call box system for the quarter ending March 31, 2000. There were a total of 11,438 calls during the quarter; 7,242 to Inland CHP and 4,196 to Indio CHP dispatch offices. This represents a decrease of 2,269 calls (-16.6%) in call box activity over the quarter ending December 31, 1999. The average calls per day were 126 for the current quarter versus 149 for the previous quarter. In comparing the quarter ending March, 2000 to March, 1999 call volumes, there has been a decrease of 2,314 calls (-16.8%) from last year to this year. All call box programs throughout the state have been experiencing a similar decrease in usage. Attachments 000014 • • 9475 Chesapeake Drive Suite D San Diego CA 92123 USA 3 32' S0' 15' N , IY 07' 30' W 050103 TeleTranTe Services ' MAY 1 5 2000 z voice 619 279 1299 facsimile www 19 279 8424 tcubed.net Jerry Rivera Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, CA 92501 � tCEIVEb April 12, 2000 Dear Jerry, Please find enclosed the 1st Quarter 2000 statistics report for your upcoming board of supervisors meeting. The 6-page report covers January, February and March of 2000. An additional black and white original copy is included should you need an extra. The ACD reports will be re -introduced for the 2"s quarter report. Please give me a call if you have any comments or questions (858) 279-1299. Thank you, /it �►.�: Travis Benson TeleTran Tek Services Programmer/Analyst 000015 Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 1 I • FOMEIINIMMnii:VIM=1: MIMMMILIOM Data Source: AT&T air(121- 6 • • • • • • Average Call Lengths 1st Quarter 3:46 Jan-99 3:41 Feb-99 3:52 Mar-99 3:45 Average Call Len. hs 1st Quarter 3:35 Jan-00 3:35 Feb-00 3:38 Mar-00 3:32 'The amount of time each call box is authorized to use in one month without an additional charge from the cellular vendor 1,125 Call boxes 118,125 Minutes Call Box Cellular Minutes Allocated 118,125 minutes Cellular time used 65,199 55% OM Remaining 52,926 45% Cell Time used 55% 45% Remaining cell time Call Length Number of calls Percent 0 to 1 min 2,568 19% 5to7Min 7 to 9 min 1,805 890 in 13% 6% over 9 min Total 1,032 II 13,752 calls Expected*® 33,750 Actual Wag 8% 100% 1,119 Call boxes 117,495 Minutes Call Box Cellular Minutes Allocated 117,495 minutes Cellular time used 53,453 45% GM Remaining 64,042 Cell Time used 45% 54% Remaining cell time 55% Call Length Number of calls Percent 0 to 1 min 2,497 22% 5 to 7 min 7 to 9 min 1,301 MI 11% 741 6% over 9 min 816 In 7% Total 11,438 calls 100% 'Call boxes are scheduled to Call Maintenance every 3 days (10 times/month) Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 2 _N Fn. OOOZ aapeno pi. Data Source: AT&T Wireless 000017 xoq sileo e6eieny 20 1s 10 - Highway Boxes RV 010 1:11999 O 2000 i st QTR '99. ° Call Calls 3o.r CHP-=-. ' < < a a V 1st QTR '00 w Cali Calls to Avg Highway Boxes CHP Calls/Box 398 42 107 RV-010 398 3,225 8.1 RV-015 :=205 .3,510:' 171' RV-015 201 3,035 15.1 RV 031 =17„ �2$ RV-031 5 20 4.0 RV-033 RV-033 2 10 5.0 RV-060 7 28 RV-060 74 748 10.1 RV-062 258 9 RV-062 26 175 6.7 RV-071 `N/A '0 RV-071 N/A 0 0.0 "RV-074 ,21' .1' RV-074 30 251 8.4 RV-078 ®7,. 22. RV-078 7 10 1.4 RV-079- 0' 83 RV-079 29 176 6.1 "RV-086 1 �9. 3'5 RV-086 10 33 3.3 RV=86S" " 6 9 RV-86S 14 78 5.6 :RV 091. 60 ;`37 RV-091 161 2,153 13.4 RV=095 R"T RV-095 7 9 1.3 RW11'1 12. 7 RV-111 13 94 7.2 RV-177' {2i 3 '20 RV-177 26 26 1.0 RV-215° 1;462__ 15�6 RV-215 90 1,281 14.2 RV-243 2' RV-243 14 77 5.5 RV-371 RV-371 12 37 3.1 unassigned .•0 unassigned 0 0 0.0 TOTALS. , ` 0.25 407,520, A22. TOTALS 1,119 11,438 10.2 Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 3 iik �. 111. fA Q CD n 03 0 x (n' 2 co' • 0003 aalien° 1st. Data Source: AT&T Wireless 000018 TIME of day Calls to CHP 10pm - 11 pm 11 pm - 12am 12am - lam lam - 2am 2am - 3am 3am - 4am 4am - 5am 5am - 6am TOTAL 1st QTR 1999 416 358 267 187 150 146 148 300 1,972 Park N Ride 2000 371 271 205 175 154 139 155 242 1,712 1st QTR _'1999 15 2000 4 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 9 Avera • e Calls / Da 1st Quarter 2000 4.1 ;.;r20 3.0 2.2 1.9 1.7 211 1.5 1.7 2.7 18.8 i rl I 1st QTR'99 1st QTR '00 6am - 7am 468 450 8 5 7am - 8am 574 509 9 10 8am - 9am 548 545 4 2 9am - 10am 10am - 11 am 615 739 540 519 11 am - 12pm 12pm - 1 pm 1 pm - 2pm TOTAL 2pm - 3pm 3pm - 4pm 4pm - 5pm 5pm - 6pm 6pm - 7pm 7pm - 8pm 8pm - 9pm 9pm - 10pm TOTAL IRCTC TOTAL 801: 814 907 5,466 66 960 1:016 903 792 693 -531 51 ;6;314 667 703 776 4,709 817 745 779 722 581 522 453 398 5,017 11,4381 `. Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services `1 1;5 •84 :2 6 4 74 7 9 7 05 3 6 6 6 10 48 10 11 24 20 12 10 6 5 98 0 3"fi:7 9 6 ,1 �g 87 =76 4.9 5.6 6.0 5.9 5.7 7.3 7.7 8.5 51.6 9.0 82 85 7.9 6.4 5.7 5.0 4.4 55.0 150,7 125.31 Page: 4 I r r r r I I i r RCTC TOTAL rV CD Q CD f` 3 3 O n cn O 0 o' O 000Z aapeno is L Data Source: AT&T Wireless nnnnlo t' yy _. L 300 250 200 150 100 50 Performance 0 wOS J..99 JE44/6 &MAO :0040 Preventive Percent of Previous PM Maintenance System Cycle Visits Visited Apr-99 94 8% May-99 234 21 % Jun-99 213 19% Jul-99 235 21% Aug-99 183 16% Sep-99 194 17% Total 1,153 PM visits needed to be on schedule 187 / Month (17%) 103% AVG Number of Active Call Boxes (over the last 6 months) 1,123 PM visits in the last 6 months 192 / Month (17%) 0\0 0 Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services �io .� 300 250 200 150 IpPr/7........s.%****\11r 100 50 Performance 0 aw wsu ows Jr.m Feb.00 wm Preventive Percent of Most Recent Maintenance System PM Cycle Visits Visited Oct-99 94 8% Nov-99 234 21 % Dec-99 213 19% Jan-00 235 21 %° Feb-00 183 16% Mar-00 194 17% Total 1,153 PM visits needed to be on schedule 186 / Month (17%) 103% AVG Number of Active Call Boxes (over the last 6 months) 1,119 PM visits in the last 6 months 192 / Month (17%) �\o O aaue1.181.upW anpanaad apisaanij 000 aapeno 1st. Page: 5 Data Source: Comarco Wireless 000020 CaiSAFE Members San Die • o Riverside MTC Ventura CVRS Santa Barbara Total CALSAFE CALL BOX ACTIVITY REPORT Cali Boxes Mar 1,480 19% 1,119 14% 3,192 563 40% 7% 1,266 16% 330 4% Calls to CHP Mar Year to Date 8,069 29% 4,111 10,414 15% 38% 1,387 5% 3,029 11% 538 2% 7,950 100% 27,548 100% 23,475 30% 11,438 29,206 14% 37% 4,098 5% 8,882 11% 1,815 2% 78,914 Calls / Box Mar YTD 5.5 15.9 3.7 10.2 3.3 9.1 2.5 7.3 2.4 7.0 1.6 5.5 100% 3.5 9.9 Produced by: TeleTran Tek Services Page: 6 Data Source: Cellular Tapes 000021 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Ivan M. Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Investment Repot STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to receive and file the Investment Report for the quarter ending March 31, 2000 and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Attached are the quarterly investment and cash flow reports as required by state law and Commission policy. The Counjty's Investment Report for the month ending March 31, 2000 is also attached for your review. • Attachments March 31, 2000 RIVERSIDE PORTFOLIO HOLDINGS REPORT Sub -Total 33.000.000.00 32,050.460.00 32.050.460.00 6.110 0.32 0.32 Medium Term Notes 36962GUP 5 nnn no0 M GENL ELEC CAP CORP MTN 7.000 03/01/02 4 998 750 00 99.90700 4 995 15n On (3 400 OM 7.052 Lj§ L92 Sub -Total 5.000,000.00 4,998.750.00 4.995.350.00 (3.400.00) 7.052 176 1.92 Local Agency Obligations 4 VAULT 16.177.813.00 CORAL BAN 5.865 06/08/00 17.719.140.89 100.000 17,719.140.89 VAULT 6.177.813.00 EDA BAN 6.240 03/20/02 6,177,813.00 100.000 6.177.813.00 615 .flD1 91 1.19 0.19 .93 1.3Z CUSIP Pant) Inner Acquisition Current Current Market' _Salim- Mamba LOST Prig Value Mto Arer let Gain/Loss Yid Mat' FR. kuLL e. Lite iiph Equivalent 8 Money Market Funds 91.400.000.00 MORGAN STANLEY GROUP 6.250 04/03/00 91,400.000.00 100.000 91 400.000.00 6.250 0.01 0.01 1,000,000.00 AIM ST TREASURY PORTFOLIO 5.750 04/03/00 1.000.000.00 100.000 7,000.000.00 Sub -Total 92.400.000.00 92.400.000.00 92.400.000.00 6.245 0.01 O.Ot Collateralized Time Deposits 5.000.000.00 PROVIDENT SAVINGS BANK 5.600 05/03/00 5.000,000.00 100.000 51300 000 00 3 ono nnn Orl PROVIDENT BANK 5.750 05/03/00 3 odo 0o0 00 100.000 1 ono O(M nn - 5.572 9 199 - S.fl019 1 0-9 O.9 Sub -Total 8.000.000.00 8,000.000.00 8.000.000.00 5.658 0.09 0.09 Bankers Acceptance 20.500000.00 BANC ONE NA 0.000 07/24I00 19.917,782.92 97.160 19.917.782.92 12.500,000.00 BANK ONE CORPORATION 0.000 07/31/00 12.132.677.08 97.061 12,132.677.08 1131510.3t 0.32 - 6.0.33 0.33 Commercial Paper 05561SD3 39.950.000.00 BMW US CAPITAL CORP 0.000 04I03/00 39.870.100.00 99.800 39,870,100.00 - 59018JD3 30.000.000.00 MERRILL LYNCH AND CO 0.000 04/03/00 39,870.100.00 99.800 39,870,100.00 6.010 0.01 0.01 61979J03 16.740,000.00 MOTIVA ENTERPRISE 0.000 04/03/00 29.974.625.00 99.915 29.974,625.00 6.102 0.01 0.01 71708ED 30.000.000.00 PFIZESMITH INC 0.000 04/04/00 40.872.330.56 99.689 40.872.330.56 6.118 0.01 0.01 98412C 10.000.000.00 SMITH BARNEY INC 0.000 04/05/00 29,929.883.33 99.766 29.929,883.33 6.119 0.01 0.01 98412E 10.500,000.00 XEROX CORP 0.000 04/05/00 9,9138,041.67 99.880 9.988.041.67 - 6.119 0.01 0.01 34386GD 20.000.000.00 FLUOR ARP 0.000 04/06/00 20.428.728.33 99.652 20A28,728.33 6.160 0.01 0.01 7954W06 26.950.000.00 SMITH BARNEY INC 0.000 04/06/00 19,949.750.00 99.749 19,949,750.00 6,120 0.01 0.02 03221J07785E13 25.000.000.00 AMSTEBELL DAM FD NDG 0.000 04/11/00 26.809.860.00 99.480 26.809.880.00 - 6.125 0.01 0.03 03221JD2 - 30 000,000.00 BEAR STEAK FDG CORP 0.000 04/14/00 24,904,006.94 99.616 24.904,008 fl4 6.128 0.04 0.03 07389AD3 25.000.000.00 BEAR OMMUNI CO 0.000 04/17/00 29.874,166.67 99.581 29.874.166.67 6.131 0.04 0.04 7838T2DL 40,000,000.00 SBC COMMUNICATIONS I 0.000 04/20/00 24,879.166.67 99.517 24,879,166.67 6.131 0.05 0.05 36959HE7 20.000.000.03 GENERAL ES C RP O CO 0.000 05/01/00 39.771,822.22 99.430 39.771,822.22 6.146 0.08 0.08 04600JE2 20.000.000.00 ASSOCIATES PRES C N 0.000 05/02/00 19.885.722.22 99.429 19,885.722.22 - 6.148 0.08 0.09 02581 RE3 20.000.000.00 XEROXAMERICREDIT EXPRESS CRD 0.000 05/03/00 19,882,944.44 99.415 19882 944 44 _ 6.150 0.09 0.09 98412ME4 20.000.000.00 XEROX CREDIT CORP 0.000 05/04/00 19.879.000.00 99.395 19.879.000.00 - 6.152 0.09 0.09 7 8T2 E5 21.470.000.00 XEROX CREDIT ATIOCOR0.000 05/05/00 19,875,638.89 99.378 19,875.638.89 6.153 0.09 0.10 7 8T2EG 21.d70.000.00 SBC COMMUNICATIONS I 0.060 05/16/00 21,296.8011.67 99.193 21.296.808.67 6.153 0.09 0.10 5.172 012 fl.13 tal 456,610,000.00 454,762.877.81 454.762.877.81 6.117 0.04 0.04 Sub -Total 23.896.953.89 23,896.953.89 23.896.953.89 5.822 0.61 0.65 Grand -Totals 1.442.906,953.89 1,439.804.647.96 1,427.273,959.20 (12.530688.76) 6.558 0.78 0.98 U.S. Treasury 9128274R 10,000.000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 4.500 09/30/00 10.000.000.00 99.094 9,909.400.00 9128274R 10.000.000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 4.500 09/30/00 0.000.00 .00 99.094 9.909.40000 (90'600'00) 6.370 0.48 0.50 9128274W 20.000.000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 4.500 19/30/00 19,994.531.25 99.094 19.909,400.00 (85.131.25) 6.370 0.48 0.50 9128274X 20.000.000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 4.625 11/30/00 19.960,156.25 98.844 19,768,800.00 (191.356.25) 6.412 0.63 0.67 9128275E 0,000,000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 5.500 12/31/00 5,000.000.00 99.344 4,967,200.00 ( (32.800.00) 6.395 0.71 0.75 9128275E 15,000,000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 5.000 02/28/01 19.996.200.00 98.719 19,743.800.00 0.92 9128275E 15.000,000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 5.000 04/30/01 14.967.968.75 - 98.500 14,775.000.00 (192,968.75) 6.452 1.01 1.08 8128275J 0.000.000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 5.750 06/30/01 4.997,265.63 99.063 4,953,150.00 ( (44,115.63) 6.533 1.17 1.25 9128275E 10.000.000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 5.500 07/31/01 9,971,875.00 98.625 9.862.500.00 (093 5.00) 6.585 1.17 1.33 9128272C 15.000,000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 5.875 11/30/01 14,943.359.38 98.969 14,845.350.00 (109,375.00) 6.585 1.25 1.33 9128272E 10.000.000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 6.125 12/31/O7 4.943.359.38 98.281 9 845 35000 (98.009.38) 6.531 1.53 1.67 9128275X 250,000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 6.125 1 /31/02 958.203.12 99.281 00.103.12) 6.559 1.61 1.75 9128276A 10.000,000.00 UNITED STATES TREAS NTS 6.375 01/31/02 9,248,984.38 99.750 9.249,375.00 1.58.62 6.515 1.69 1.84 5 489 I IZ 192 Sub -Total 150.250,000.00 149,976,043.76 748.646,375.00 (1.329,668.76) 6.462 0.99 1_06 The market value and yield of short -tern money market Seeurities are based on purchase price. ' Effective Dursbon is a sophisticated calculation that measures price sensitivity, while taking into consideration the possibility of securities being called before maturity. ' Average Life is the number of years until pmwpat is returned at matumy, weighted by market value. Bond anticipation notes have variable rate coupons, spread to the Pool • ilkInvestment Peport Period Ending March 31, 2000 OPERATING FUNDS • RATING PAR PURCHASE MATURITY YIELD TO PURCHASE MARKET UNREALIZED MOODYS/S8P/FITCH VALUE DATE DATE MARKET PRICE VALUE GAIN (LOSS) Bank of Amercia $1,272,946.91 AA1/AA- Cash with County Treasurer $34,312,997.32 AAA-MR1/AAAf-S1/AAAv-1+ Financial Investors Trust (FIT) $5,155,380.02 AAA/AAA Highmark Money Market (US Treasury Ob Fund) $5,005,987.16 AAA/AAA Agency/Treasury Securities: Fed Nat'l Mtge Assoc (Callable) $2,000,000.00 AAA/AAA $2,000,000.00 03/09/99 03/08/02 •5.88°k $2,000,000.00 $1,960,470.00 ($39,530.00) Centric Capital - Commercial Paper $1,703,757.22 AAA/A-1+ $1,715,000.00 03/10/00 04/19/00 5.94% Fed Home Ln Mtg $1,703,757.22 $1,709,505.14 $5,747.92 $1,994,600.00 AAA/AAA $2,000,000.00 06/14/99 06/15/01 5.89% $1,994,600.00 $1,975,000.00 Fed Home Ln Mtg $1,961,200.00 AAA/AAA ($19,600.00) $2,000,000.00 06/14/99 07/15/03 6.29% $1,961,200.00 $1,925,000.00 ($36,200.00) Fed Home Ln Mtg $1,894,190.56 AAA/AAA $2,000,000.00 06/15/99 06/15/00 5.49% $1,894,190.56 $1,974,644.00 $80,453.44 Fed Home Ln Banks $2,528,747.80 AAA/AAA $2,540,000.00 11/01/99 09/17/01 6 12% Fed Natl Mtg Assn Medium Term (Callable) $2,297,843.75 AAA/AAA $2,528,747.80 $2,503,487.50 ($25,260.30) $2,300,000.00 02/23/99 02/25/02 5.65% $2,297,843.75 $2,246,278.90 ($51,564.85) Fed Home Ln Mtg $699,300.00 AAA/AAA $700,000.00 03/31/00 04/06l00 6.01% $699,300.00 $699,300.70 $0.70 Sub -Total $60,826,950.74 $15,255,000.00 5.91 h $15,079,639.33 $14,993,686.24 ($85,953.09) FUNDS HELD IN TRUST Cash with County: Local Transportation Fund $13,317,624.44 AAA-MR1/AAAf-S1/AAAv-1+ First American Treasury $3,114,600.09 AAA/AAA Sub -Total $16,432,224.53 COMMISSION BOND PROJECT FUNDS/DEBT RESERVE Milestone Funds $8,343,156.83 AAA/AAA First American Treasury $21,997,385.87 AAA/AAA U.S. Treasury Notes $15,925,515.71 AAA/AAA MBIA Investment Agreement $0.00 Sub -Total $46,266,058.41 TOTAL S123,525,233.68 SUMMARIZED INVESTMENT TYPE Banks $1,272,946.91 Cash with County $47,630,621.76 Mutual Funds: Financial Investors Trust $5,155,380.02 Highmark $5,005,987.16 First American Treasury $3,114,600.09 Milestone $8,343,156.83 Sub -Total Mutual Funds $21,619,124.10 Federal Agency Notes $15,079,639.33 U.S. Treasury Notes $37,922,901.58 Investment Agreements $0 00 TOTAL S123,525,233.68 • Nature of Investment Bond Project 1% Statement of Compliance All of the above investments and any investment decisions made for the quarter ending March 31, 2000 were in full compliance with the Commission's investment policy as adopted on November 12, 1998. The Commission has adequate cash fl s for six months of operations. Signed by C of Financial Officer 1 • • Monthly Master Account Statement RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 3560 UNIVERSITY PLACE RIVERSIDE CA 92501 U.S. TREASURY MONEY MARKET (AM) March 31, 2000 ACCOUNT 330072823-00 SEC 7 DAY YIELD 5.59% FINANCIAL INVESTORS TRUST PS1DE�. APR0720ar* 7 DAY EFFECTIVE YIELD 5.75% SUBACCOUNT MONTHLY REINVESTED MONTHLY BALANCE TOTAL CREDITS TOTAL DEBITS DIVIDENDS BALANCE OPENING ENDING U.S. TREASURY MONEY MARKET (AM) 00 5,130,263.13 0.00 0.00 25,116.89 $5,155,380.02 5,130,263.13 Total FIT Funds Investment 5,130,263.13 0.00 0.00 25,116.89 $5,155,380.02 0.00 0.00 25,116.89 5,155,380.02 APS Mutual Funds Services Sponsor and Distributor GE Investments The Investment Management Arm of GE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE Treasurer's Pooled Investment Fund Compliance Analysis and Investment Report (www. countytreas urer. org) March 31, 2000 PAULMcDONNE TREASURER/TAX , • �, COLLECTOR p. KENNETH C. KIRIN � (jiI E L ASSISTANT TREASURERAPR DONALD IIis'.i9ENT CHIEF DE 12k ' TREASURE Gjj` / (909) 955 - 39 /iq� ,U . 01,4 • Treasurer's Commentary "The Volatility Continues" The financial markets continued to experience volatility as a confluence of economic and market data influenced market participants. The most notable was the Fed rate hike on March 21 st, boosting the Fed funds and discount rates by 25 basis points (bps) each to 6% and 5'/z%, respectively. According.to the Fed, " increases in demand of consumer goods and services will continue to exceed the growth in potential supply, which could foster inflationary imbalances that would undermine the economy's record economic expansion." This now marks the fifth rate hike in under a year. During the infamous bond market rout of 1994-1995, there were seven. As far as the bond markets were concerned, the U.S. Treasury yield curve inversion also continued, now into its third month. Historically, an inversion usually precedes an imminent recession, or, a market pressure buildup for the Fed to cut short-term rates. Obviously, at this juncture, neither scenario is likely due to the current strength of our burgeoning economy. We can still attribute the inversion to a U. S. Treasury buyback which is expected by market observers to accelerate In the weeks to come, after the April IRS tax receipts come in. At month end, the overnight rate was 6.25%, the 2-year T-Note was 6.48%, while the 30-year T-Bond was 5.83%. The equity markets were heated this month as investors took profits in the tech laden NASDAQ composite. Also, there has been mounting skepticism and going concem issues with select business -to -consumer internet companies, which triggered a flight to quality in blue chip stocks and U. S. Treasuries. In addition, the markets were mulling over two major upcoming events, first quarter earnings and the highly anticipated Microsoft settlement announcement. The Dow closed the month at 10,921 (-2.7% year to date), while the NASDAQ closed at 4572, (+2.9% year to date). For the month of March, the Pool increased 16 bps in yield, due to the impact of the March 21st Fed rate increase. We continue to expect short-term rate pressure by the Fed through the rest of the year, ongoing volatility across the financial markets, and a gradual increase in the Pool yield. Paul McDonnell Treasurer -Tax Collector Month -End Book Value Month -End Market Value* Paper Gain or (Loss) Percent of Paper Gain or Loss Yield Based Upon Book Value Weighted Average Maturity (Years) Effective Duration " Market value does not include accrued interest. PORTFOLIO STATISTICS MARCH FEBRUARY JANUARY $ 1,439,804,648 $ 1,499,144,057 S 1,427,273,959 $ 1,486,739,258 S (12,530,689) $ (12,404,799) -0.88% -0.83% 5.91% 5.75% 0.98 0.91 0.78 0.74 DECEMBER NOVEMBER OCTOBER S 1,455,567,108 $1.683,038,855 $ 1,331,219,396 S 1,280,520,448 $ 1,442,898.650 $ 1,672,155,834 $ 1,322,510,022 S 1,272,601,695 $ (12,668,458) $ (10,883,021) $ (8,709,374) S (7,918,753) -0.88% -0.65% -0.66% -0.62% 5.70% 5.80% 5.57% 5.42% 0.94 0.82 0.95 1.01 0.78 0.66 0.76 0.80 THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY POOLED INVESTMENT FUND IS RATED AAA/MRI BY MOODY'S INVESTOR SERVICES AAAf/SI BY STANDARD AND POOR'S AAA/VI+ BY FITCH IBCA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE Pooled Investment Fund — Portfolio Characteristics to ' 0 Days or Less 30 - 90 Days 90 Days - 1 Year 1 - 2 Years 2 - 3 Yeats Over 3 Years Total: Market Value also» aa,�oo 20'0°" 154°% t0•cox soon 0.00% . Maturity 29.2% lam 31 z% 13.7x' 13.996 0.0% 416,570,941.37 171,304,577.33 195,492,660.00 445,693,690.50 198,212,090.00 - $1,427,273,959.20 30 Days or Lass 30 - 90 Days 90 Days -1 Yew 1- 2 Years 2 - 3 Yore Over 3 Yews Quality Market Value Q uali A-1 an �r P-1 ,� ,, "`- v ``� �$ �r � . 2,23% wR U.S. Treasury 10.41% / Federal Agency 46.42% U.S. Treasury Federal Agency AAA A-1 and/or P-1 AA A N/R Total: 148,646,375.00 662,521,942.50 5,995,350.00 578,213,337.81 + - - 31,896,953.89 •• i AAA 0.42% $1,427,273,959.20 Sector Market Value SectorMedium Term Notes 0'35% Commercial paper Commerciallitn 31.66% Cash E uiv.-" Q 8°"' Z25% - o —, \ 0.58% � Agencycertiecao�i Avcr Obligations 1.67% -- U.S. T Treasury 10.41% Federal Money U.S. Treasury Federal A Agency g Y CilliV. & MMF's ercial Paper Mediurn Term Notes Bankers Acceptances Certificates of Deposit Loral Aoenry nhlia.tir,>,. 148,646,375.00 662,521,942.50 92,400,000.00 454,762,877.81 4,995,350.00 32,050,460.00a 8,000,000.00 n1 one Ile.,on Total: - -- $1,427,273,959.20 • includes Repos •• Collateralized Time Deposits & BANs � MMF'a 6.47% 46.42% RIVERSIDE PORTFOLIO SIMULATION Interest Rate Stress Analysis Interest rate stress analysis is used to show the effect on market value, given a dramatic change in interest rates. The table to the right shows the change in market value for both an instantaneous change in rates (takes place in one day) and a change in rates that takes place over six months. Interest rates are assumed to move up or down 300 basis points (bp) in 50 by increments. Next to the change in market value is the gain/loss column for each scenario. The gain or loss is calculated by subtracting acquisition cost from market value. There are other factors, but the major difference in the two scenarios is interest eamed. If the change takes place over six months there is an additional six months interest income, plus interest on cash flows assumed to be reinvested at 6.30%. In ddition, the portfolio would be six months shorter. Acquisition Cost $1,439,805 $1,439,806 $1,439,805 $1,439,805 $1,439,805 $1,439,805 $1,,439,805 $1,439,805 $1,439,805 $1,439,805 $1,439,805 $1,439,805 $1,439,805 Yield Change (bp) -300 -250 -200 -150 -100 -50 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Interest Rate Changes Take Place: instantaneous Over So: ivlontns Market Value Gain/Loss Market Value Gain/Loss $1,447,489 $7,684 $1,476,301 $36,496 $1,445,740 $5,935 $1,477,619 $37,814 $1,443,927 $4,122 $1,478,742 $38,937 $1,441,277 $1,472 $1,479,702 $39,897 $1,437,690 -$2,115 $1,479,847 $40,042 $1,432,887 -$6,918 $1,478,627 $38,822 $1,427,274 412,531 $1,476.257 $36,452 $1,421,305 -$18,500 $1,473,468 $33,663 $1,415,176 -$24,629 $1,470,562 $30,757 $1,409,007 -$30,798 $1,467,641 $27,836 $1,402,858 -$36,947 $1,464,738 $24,933 $1,396,762 -$43,043 $1,461,875 $22,070 $1,390,700 -$49,105 $1,459,035 $19,230 ommeo. This analysis demonstrates that sharp moves of interest rates either up or down by 3% will not have a significant effect on this portfolio. COMPLIANCE Cal. Govc CS& CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE & COUNTY INVESTMENT POLICY AUTHORIZED INVESTMENTS Investment Catesory I Government Code Authorized % �I81ir( Unit $&P/Moodt'S 5 YEARS NO LIMIT 53601(a) LOCAL AGY BONDS 53601(b) U. S. TREASURY 5 YEARS NO LIMIT CALIFORNIA LOCAL 5 YEARS NO LIMIT 53601(d) 53601(e) AGENCY DEBT FEDERAL AGENCIES LIMIT 5 YEARS NO 53601(f) BILLS OF EXCHANGE 270 DAYS 40%T 53601(g) COMM. PAPER 180 DAYS 40% CERTIFICATE & TIME 5 YEARS 30% 53601(h) DEPOSITS 1 YEAR NO LIMIT 53601(i) REPOS 92 DAYS 20% 53601(i) REVERSE REPOS 5 YEARS 30% 53601(j) MED. TERM NOTES 90 DAYS 2 20% 53601(1c) MUTUAL FUNDS SECURED DEPOSITS 5 YEARS NO LIMIT 53601(m) (BANK DEPOSITS) MORTGAGE PASS- 5 YEARS 20% 53601(n) 16429 (1,2,3) THROUGH SECURITY LOCAL AGENCY INVESTMENT FUNDS NO LIMIT N/A i County investment Policy M1>i Authorized % MIIMB 1C Lima 3 YEARS 15% /S150® QMUV $&P/Moodv's/Fiu t A/A2/A 3 YEARS 3 YEARS 100% 2.5% N/A Actual Rivaside Portfolio % Investment Grade 3 YEARS 100% Al/PI 180 DAYS 180 DAYS 30% 40% N/A Al/Pl/Fl Al/PI/F] 0.00% 10.41% 1.67°A 46.42% 2.25% 31.86% 1 YEAR 20% max AI/Pl/Fl 31 DAYS 20% max Al/Pl/F1 60 DAYS 10% max A 2 YEARS 10% max AAA/Aaa 3 IMMEDIATE 15% /SISOmm N/A 0.00% 6.40% AA/Aa2/AA AAA by 2 of 3 Rating Agencies 0.35% 0.00% 0.00 1 YEAR 2% max 0.56% AA -SECURITY A-1SSUER N/A N/A 0.00% 3 YEARS 0% max No more than 30% of this category may be invested with any one commercial bank ` Mutual Funds maturity may be interpreted as weighted average maturity not exceeding 90 days. of 5500,000,000. Or must have an Invesmrent Advisor with not less than 5 years experience and with assets under management 0.00% 100.00% COMPLIANCE WITH STATE LAW AND TREASURER'S POLICY The County Treasurer's Statement of Investment Policy is more stringent than the California Government Code. This policy is reviewed annually and presented to the County's Investment Oversight Committee and the County Board of Supervisors. As of this month end the County's Pooled Investment Fund was in compliance with this more restrictive policy. Although we have been diligent in the preparation of this report, we have relied upon numerous pricing and analytical sources including Bloomberg Market Database and Capital Management Sciences. Inc. (310) 229-9170 Los Angeles - San Francisco - New York R e g i s t e r e d Investment A d N i. o r s • • County of Riverside morrni 4/2000 5/2000 . 6/2000 7/2000 8/2000 9/2000 10/2000 11 /2000 12/2000 01/2001 02/2001 03/2001 Totals: PROJECTION OF FUTURE CASH_FLOW The Pooled Investment Fund cash flow requirements are based upon a 12 month historical cash Flow model. The Treasurer states that based upon projected cash receipts and maturine investments there are sufficient funds to meet future cash flow disbursement requirements over the next 12 months. MONTHLY MONTHLY REQUIRED ACTUAL INV. AVAIL. TO RECEIPTS AISRMNTS DIFFERENCE FIAT. INVEST RAI,ANC'F MATURITIES INVEST >I YR. 15.4 666.7 312.5 348.9 318.7 325.7 308.6 404.7 372.2 726.6 290.9 378.7 302.1 4,756.3 381.1 561.2 408.1 356.4 356.5 355.9 395.2 340.8 346.5 586.9 341.8 433.9 4864.3 285.6 -248.7 -59.2 -37.7 -30.8 -47.3 9.5 31.4 380.1 -296.0 36.9 -131.8 -108.0 0.0 0.0 6.9 37.7 30.8 47.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 122.7 301.0 52.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.5 40.9 421.0 125.0 161.9 30.1 415.6 153.6 18.7 32.0 0.0 30.0 10.0 25.0 49.9 10.0 25.0 15.0 784.8 1316.3 8.53% 54.54% 91.47% Gross Yield Trends The yield history represents gross yields; administrative costs have not been deducted. Actual earnings on your fund balance will be credited by the Auditor -Controller based upon County Treasurer calculations. Portfolio yield always lags current trends in short-term interest rates. Yields fluctuate with changing markets and past performance is not an indication of future results. Gross Yield Trends 6.00 o 0 0 5.40 1 5.30 5.20 " 5.10 5.00 4.90 �- 4.80 i Apr-99 May-99 Jun-99 Jul-99 Aug-99 Sep-99 Oct-99 Nov-99 Dec-99 Jan-00 Feb-00 Mar-00 j-41--PORTFOLIO YIELD --i- • IBC ALL TAXABLE AVERAGE j 0.30 0.25 0.20 0.15 0.10 0.05 0.00 -0.05 -0.10 -0.15 Yield Spread (Pool Yield - IBC Yield) I Apr-99 May-99 Jun-99 Jul-99 Aug-99 Sep-99 Oct-99 Nov-99 Dec-99 Jan-00 Feb-00 Mar-00 ' The IBC Money Fund Reportrm/ All Taxable Average is compiled and reported by IBC Financial Data, Inc. (IBC), a subsidiary of the London -based Informa Group p.l.c.. IBC is a leading provider of independent analyses and information to the financial services industry, with a particular area of focus in money market mutual funds. The All -Taxable Index tracks the yield of over 500 taxable money market funds across several categories, i.e. Treasury, Govemment, and Prime, and reports the average yield of those funds on a monthly basis. For more information on the IBC Index see www.ibcdata.com/index.html • RIVERSIDE PORTFOLIO HOLDINGS REPORT March 31. 2000 CI SIP UL Issuer Acquisition Current Current Market' S.1114/2II. NLmrip Can P-rist Value uro Arrr lat Genic' ass 1 1 flat . FD Dur.' 4s e. I i(e' Government Agency 31331 HVL 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL FARM CREDIT BANKS 5.780 04/03/00 10.000.000.00 100.000 10.000.000.00 • 5.780 0.01 0 01 31364GP7 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.120 05/12/00 5.000.250.00 99.870 4.993.500.00 (6.750.00; 6.1409 0.12 0.12 31364F5X 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN 5.600 09/01/00 10.000,000.00 99.583 9.958.300.00 (41.700.00) 6.599 0.41 0.42 3133MA42 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 6.200 1027/00 10.000.000.00 99.999 4,956.600.00 (100.00) 6.200 0.94 0.58 3133M6JH 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.270 11/24/00 5.000,000.00 99.132 a,956.600.00 (43.400.00) 6.647 0 62 0.65 31364GJT 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.150 12/01/00 10.000,000.00 99.021 9.902.100.00 (97.900.00) 6.660 0.63 0.67 $134A2ZV 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 5.070 12/15/00 4.995.312.50 98.910 4.945.500.00 (97.900.00) 6.662 0.67 0.71 31331RR8 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL FARM CR BANKS MTN 5.120 1222/00 10.000.000.00 98.915 9.891.500.00 (108.500.00) 6.664 0.69 0.73 3134A2Y9 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 5.180 0126/01 10.000,000.00 98.805 9,880.500.00 (119.500.00) 6.690 0.78 0.82 3134A24w 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 5.250 0223/01 5.000.000.00 98.759 4,441.850.00 162.050.00) 6.694 0.85 0.90 31331RY9 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL FARM CR BANKS MTN 5.400 03/02/01 5.000.000.00 98.837 a,947.850.00 (58.150.00) 6.719 0.86 0.92 3133MB5G 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 6.700 03/30/01 10.000,000.00 99.920 9,992.000.00 18.000.001 6.813 0.94 1.00 31364E05 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.980 06114/01 10.000.000.00 99.006 9.900.600.00 (99.400.00) 6.844 1.02 t2t 3133M620 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.360 06/29/01 5,000.000.00 98.306 4,915.300.00 (84.700.00) 6.793 1_ 15 1_25 3133MALK 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 6.625 07/25/01 5,000.000.00 99.506 4,975.300.00 12a.700.00) 7.01a 0.85 1.32 31331RXU 5.000,000.00 FEDERAL FARM CR BANKS MTN 5.900 0727/01 5.000,000.00 98.774 4.938.700.00 . (24.700.00) 7.014 -1.15 1.32 31364F6U 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN 5.570 09/14/01 10.000.000.00 98.188 9.818.800.00 (181.200.00) 6.899 1.33 1 46 31364GYN 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.650 09/17/01 10.001,562.W 38.063 9.806.300.00 '195.262.50) 7.686 1.35 1.47 3134A2SP 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 5.515 0924/01 10.000.000.00 98.078 9.807.800.00 (192.200.00) 6.901 1.36 1.48 3133M5R3 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.520 0925/01 10.000.000.00 98.078 9.807.800.00 (192.200.00) 6.904 1.37 1.49 31364GAV 10.000.600.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN 5.430 0928/01 10.000,000.00 97.953 9,795.300.00 (2 :700:001 6.8927 1.38 1.50 3134A3S4 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 6.280 10/05/01 9,993.750.00 98.945 9.894.500.00 199.250.00) 7.027 i 17 1.52 31364GBV 9.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.250 10/05/01 9.000.000.00 97.672 8.790.480.00 (209.520.00) 6.898 1.37 1.52 3133M5WY 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.235 1022/01 10.000,000.00 97.612 9.761200.00 (238.800.00) 6.874 1.41 1.56 3133M5YA 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.000 1023/01 10.000.000.00 97.332 9.733.200.00 (266.800.00) 6.827 1 44 1.56 3133M5Y0 5.000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.280 1026/01 5.000.000.00 97.690 4.884.500.00 (115.500.00) 6.854 1.42 1.57 31364GDG 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN 5.250 1026/01 10.000.000.00 97.644 9.764.400.00 (235.600.00) 6.856 1.43 1.57 3133M64D 12.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.580 1029/01 12.000,000.00 98.061 11.767,320.00 (232.680.00) 6.894 1.40 1.58 3133M6CN 10.000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.200 11/05/01 10.000,000.00 97.519 9,751,900.00 (248.100.00) 6.865 1.45 1.60 312902JE 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 6.480 11/15/01 5,000,000.00 99.103 4.955.150.00 (44.850.00) 7.068 1.16 1.63 31364GGC 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN 5.260 11/15/01 10,000.000.00 97.565 9.756,500.00 (243,500.001 6.867 1.48 1.63 31331RK9 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL FARM CR BANKS MTN 5.440 11/16/01 10.000,000.00 97.753 9,775.300.00 (224.700.00) 6.920 1.47 1.63 3133M6J5 - 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.500 1123/01 10,000.000.00 97.878 9,787.800.00 (212.200.00) 6.881 1.47 1.65 31364GHJ 5,000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.410 11/23/01 5,000.000.00 97.706 4,885.300.00 (114.700.00) 6.904 1.49 1.65 31364GHV 10.000,000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.270 11/30/01 10,000.000.00 97.542 9.754.2(30.00 (245.800.00) 6.849 1.54 1.67 31364GJJ 15.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.440 11/30/01 15,004.687.50 97.721 14.658.150.00 (346.537.50) 6.904 1.50 1.67 3133M8VS 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.710 12/07/01 10.000,000.00 98.050 9.805,000.00 (195.000.00) 6.950 1.49 1.69 3133M60E 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.580 12/10/01 10.000,000.00 97.940 9,794,000.00 (206.000.00) 6.884 1.50 1.70 3133M678 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.380 12/14/01 10.000.000.00 97.612 9.761.200.00 (238.800.00) 6.883 1.54 1.71 31364GKW 15.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.250 12/14/01 15.000.000.00 97.410 14,611,500.00 (388.500.00) 6.881 1.55 1.71 31364GMT 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.500 01/02/02 5,000,000.00 97.675 4.883,750.00 (116.250.00) 6.924 1.58 1.76 312902PH 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 6.900 01/14/02 5.000.000.00 99.431 a,971.550.00 (28.450.00) 7.236 1.04 1.79 31364GPJ 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.500 01/14/02 10,000.000.00 97.629 9.762,900.00 (237.100.00) 6.927 1.61 1.79 31364GNW 10.000,000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.500 01/15/02 10.000.000.00 97.676 9.767,600.00 (232,400.00) 6.897 1.61 1.79 31364GOG 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL NAIL MTG ASSN MTN 5.400 0122/02 10.000.000.00 97.472 9,747200.00 (252.800.00) 6.904 1.64 1.81 3133M77B 5,000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.500 0128/02 5.000.000.00 97.613 4.880,650.00 (119,350.00) 6.908 1.64 1.83 31331HP2 5,000,000.00 FEDERAL FARM CR BKS 6.625 02/01/02 4,979,000.00 99.420 4.971,000.00 (8.000.00) 6.957 1.68 1.84 3133M7HC 5,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.240 02/11/02 5.000.000.00 97.140 4.857.000.00 (143.000.00) 6.898 1.73 1.87 3133MASK 5.000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 7.100 02/22/02 5.000.000.00 99.555 4,977,750.00 (22.250.00) 7.350 1.07 1.90 3133M705 5,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.555 03/04/02 5,030.000.00 97.520 4.876.000.00 (124.000.00) 6.950 1.73 1.93 3133M7SR 5,000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.350 03/08/02 5,000.000.00 97.156 4,857,800.00 (142.200.00) 6.942 1.77 1.94 31384GYD 10.000,000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.950 03/13/02 10,000,000.00 97.831 9.783,100.00 (216,900.00) 7.159 1.71 1.95 3133M7WL 6.750.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.655 03/15/02 6,750.000.00 97.623 6.589.552.50 (160,447.50) 6.974 1.74 1.96 3133M7WR 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.720 03/18/02 10,000,000.00 97.702 9,770,200.00 (229.800.00) 6.991 1.74 1.96 3133M82V 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.875 0322/02 10.000,000.00 97.942 9.794.200.00 (205.800.00) 7.008 1.71 1.98 31364GA3 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.670 03/27/02 10,000.000.00 97.624 9.762,400.00 (237.600.00) 6.969 1.76 1.99 31364GB8 10.000,000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 5.660 04/05/02 10.000,000.00 97.530 9.753.000.00 (247.000.00) 6.997 1.74 2.01 31364GJ9 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL NAIL MTG ASSN MTN 5.630 0424/02 10.000000.00 97.391 9.739,100.00 (260.900.00) 7.007 1.80 2.07 3133M80X 10.000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 5.765 05/24/02 10,000,000.00 97.478 9.747,800.00 (252200.00) 7.046 1.83 2.15 3134A3TF 5,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 5.960 06/03/02 5.000.000.00 97.759 4.887,950.00 (112,050.00) 7.085 1.81 2.18 31364GT9 5,000,000.00 FEDERAL NATL MTG ASSN MTN 6.160 06/12/02 5.000,000.00 97.667 4,883.350.00 (116,650.00) 7.322 1.84 2.20 3134A3UM 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 6.180 06/14/02 5.000.000.00 97.978 4,898.900.00 (101,100.00) 7.182 1.80 2.21 31331R7E 15,000,000.00 FEDERAL FARM CR BANKS MTN 6.375 0621/02 15.000,000.00 98.359 14.753,850.00 (246,150.00) 7.180 1.72 2.22 3133M8YW 5,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 6.035 0621/02 5,000.000.00 98.081 4.904,050.00 (95.950.00) 6.976 1.88 2.22 31331HXE 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL FARM CR BANKS MTN 6.490 07/03/02 4,995,000.00 98.597 4.929.850.00 (65,150.00) 7.168 1.66 2.26 3133M9ET 10.000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 6.450 0726/02 10,000,000.00 98.375 9,837,500:00 (162.500.00) 7.217 1.75 2.32 3133M9HC 5,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 6.250 08IO2/02 5,000.000.00 98.058 4.928.500.00 (97,100.00) 7.162 1.86 2.34 3133M9YL 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 6.555 0927/02 5.000.000.00 98.570 4,950.900.00 (71,500.00) 7.192 1.84 2.49 312902HA 5,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 7.010 1028/02 5.000.000.00 99.018 4.932,250.00 (49,100.00) 7.432 1.48 2.58 312902JD 5,000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 6.750 11/15/02 5,000.000.00 98.645 4.932,250.00 (67,750.00) 7.323 1.71 2.63 3133MABH 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 6.600 11/22/02 5,000.000.00 98.441 4,922,050.00 (77.950.00) 7.254 1.89 2.65 312902KB 10,000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 6.700 12/02/02 10,000.000.00 98.541 9.854.100.00 (145.900.00) 7.306 1.77 2.67 312902MA 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 8.930 12/09/02 10.000.000.00 99.196 9.919.800.00 (80.400.00) 7.259 (80.1.422.69 312902M2 5.000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 7.000 12/27/02 5,000.000.00 98.928 4,946.300.00 00.00) 7.259 1.59 59 2.74 312902NA 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 7.000 12/30/02 10,000.000.00 99.314 9,931,400.00 (68.600.00) 7.273 1.37 2.75 312902NS 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 7.050 12/30/02 10,000,000.00 99.395 9.939,500.00 (60.500.00) 7.290 1.32 2.75 312902NY 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP MTN 7.090 01/03/03 5,000.000.00 99.003 4,950,150.00 (49.850.00) 7.491 1.51 2.76 312902P0 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 7.210 01/12/03 5.000.000.00 99.144 4,957.200.00 (42.800.00) 7.551 1.45 2.79 312902P0 6.000,000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN MTG CORP 7.210 01/12/03 6.000,000.00 99.144 5.948,6a0.00 (51.360.00) 7.551 1.45 2.79 3133MANL 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 7.300 02/03/03 10.000.000.00 99.253 9.925.300.00 (74.700.00) 7.592 1.43 2.85 3133MAVZ 10,000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 7.520 03/06/03 10.000.000.00 99.622 9.962.200.00 (37.800.00) 7.663 1.27 2.93 3133MAWG 5.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 7.540 03/06/03 5,000.000.00 99.515 4,975.750.00 (24.250.00) 7.725 1.34 2.93 3133MB3X 10.000.000.00 FEDERAL HOME LN BKS 7.340 03/27/03 10.000.000.00 99:300 9,930,000.00 (70,000.00) 7.606 0.72 2.99 Sub -Total 673,750,000.00 673,719.562.50 662,521,942.50 (11,197.620.00) 6.960 1.38 1.77 Continued on reverse side... • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Manager Erik Galloway, Bechtel Project Coordinator THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Default Remedies for Construction of Sound Wall #98 on Route 91 and the Relocation and Rehabilitation of the Adjacent Drainaae Canal STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) approve the Executive Director's "Emergency" findings noted below, pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 130235, to award the remaining work for Contract No. RO-9969 to a new contractor or contractors of RCTC's choice, without securing competitive bids; 2) secure a new contractor or contractors to complete construction of Sound Wall #98 and the relocation and rehabilitation of the adjacent drainage canal along the south side of Route 91 between Tyler and Monroe Streets in the City of Riverside using the remaining contract value of $187,183.50, with a contingency of up to $81,040.00, for a total not to exceed amount of $268,223.50; 3) authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the agreement(s); 4) direct staff to work with RCTC Legal Counsel to seek full restitution to RCTC of any and all damages resulting from the failure of Hillside Contractors to complete the construction of the above named project pursuant to the terms and conditions of contract RO-9969; 5) forward this item to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In August of 1999, the Commission awarded Contract No. RO-9969 to Hillside Contractors, Inc. for the construction of Sound Wall #98 and the relocation and rehabilitation of the adjacent drainage canal. The project is located on Route 91, between Tyler St. and Monroe St., in the City of Riverside. The contract amount was $793,960, with a contingency amount of $81,040 to cover potential change orders encountered during construction. 000022 Staff became aware of Hillside Contractors' financial problems in March 2000. At that time, staff contacted Legal Counsel for direction. Staff also took pro -active measures to monitor Hillside's commitment to finish the project. Staff also monitored Hillside's payments to their subcontractors and employees. On May 1, 2000, RCTC was informed by Hillside Contractors, Inc., that they would not be able to complete construction and that they would be walking off the project. Hillside Contractors stated that they would be turning the project over to their bonding agency, Frontier Pacific Insurance Company. The sound wall portion of the project is approximately seventy-six percent(76%) complete to date. Hillside Contractors, Inc., generally completed the construction of the sound wall, but is still outstanding on many issues, including, but not limited to, the finish work on the sound wall, construction of the drainage canal behind the sound wall, backfilling and replacement asphalt in front of the sound wall. The canal rehabilitation portion of the project is approximately sixty-five (65 %) percent complete. The following is a summary of the Hillside contract to date: Contract Status Contract Value $793,960.00 Value of Work Completed to date: Amount directly paid to Hillside Contractors to date: $333,986.32 10% Contract Retention (currently in Escrow account): $ 46,331.40 Money withheld from Hillside because of the stop work requests received from the subcontractors. $226,458.78 Subtotal Expended to date $606,776.50 ($606,776.50) Subtotal Remaining Contract Value: $187,183.50 Remaining Extra Work $81,040.00 Total current Funding Available to complete work $268,223.50 As of May 10, 2000, RCTC has received seven(7) stop work notices with a total value of $279,796.25. Any additional amount in excess of that withheld by RCTC is the obligation of Hillside's Bonding Agent. • • • 000023 On May 4, 2000, staff working with legal counsel, sent a certified letter to Hillside Contractors' bonding agent, Frontier Pacific Insurance Company, officially notifying Frontier Pacific of Hillside Contractors default in their contractual obligation to RCTC. The letter also demanded that Frontier Pacific provide to RCTC a new contractor to complete all outstanding contract work for the Sound Wall #98 Project. The letter required that Frontier Pacific provide a new contractor by May 15, 2000, or RCTC would proceed with actions on its own to complete the Sound Wall #98 Project, with any additional costs to be back charged to Frontier Pacific. frontier Pacific has not responded to the letter or returned any phone calls as of this date. Of immediate concern to staff are the following safety concerns: 1. The canal rehabilitation project has no concrete protection of the underlying soil and slopes. Staff has already been notified by adjacent property owners of their concern regarding this situation. Working with the adjacent property owners, staff has been monitoring the situation and is maintaining the temporary protective measures previously put in place by Hillside. 2. Sound Wall #98 is located adjacent to an alley that has vehicle and pedestrian traffic. A trench currently exists in front of the sound wall. Part of the scope of work was for the contractor to fill this trench and repair the asphalt surface. The Public Utilities Code, Section 130235, authorizes the Executive Director to execute a contract upon determining that immediate remedial measures are needed to avert damage to property, to ensure that facilities are available to serve the transportation needs of the general public, and upon determination that procurement through normal public bidding means are not adequate. Under the circumstances, the Executive Director can make such a determination in this situation, since the__ immediate completion of the Project is needed to avoid possible damages to persons and property resulting from the above safety concerns. Contracting without competitive bids is the only reasonable solution in the event Hillside's Bonding Agent does not takeover the project in a timely manner. All work required to complete the project will be contracted out using the standard construction contract agreement with legal counsel review prior to approval. Staff is recommending that the Commission authorize the use of the remaining base value contract funds of $187,183.50 and $81,040.00 of extra work, if required, for any sole source contract authorized to complete the remaining Sound Wall #98 work. 000024 Financial Assessment Project Cost The work will be completed within the original project budget Litigation may be required to address the recovery of damages and the payment of the subcontractors. Source of Funds Measure A (Y/N) Included in Fiscal Year Budget y Year Included in Program Budget y Year Programmed Approved Allocation Year of Allocation 1999-00 Budget Adjustment Required n Financial Impact Not Applicable 000025 AGEN DA ITEM 7 • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Manager Brian Cundelan, Bechtel Project Coordinator THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Request for Proposals for Construction Management Services on State Route 74 from I-15.to Wasson Canyon Road. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) prepare and advertise a request for proposals for a consultant to provide construction management services on State Route 74 (Phase 1) from 1-15 to Wasson Canyon Road; and 2) forward to the Commission for final action. 41) BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Measure "A" Strategic Plan includes improvements to Route 74, between 1-15 in the City of Lake Elsinore and 7th Street in the City of Perris, a length of approximately 8.5 miles. The improvements will widen the existing 2 lane roadway to 4 lanes with 8 foot shoulders and a continuous 14 foot paved median. The project is being_ designed in two phases. Phase 1 is from 1-15 to Wasson Canyon Road. Phase II is from Wasson Canyon Road to 7th Street in the City of Perris. Phase I design is scheduled to be complete by August of 2000. A Biological Opinion, from US Fish & Wildlife, is expected to be approved in July of 2000. This will allow right-of-way acquisition to begin in the fourth quarter of 2000. It is anticipated that Phase I will be ready to advertise for construction bids in Spring of 2001. Phase II design is scheduled to be completed by the Spring of 2001. Right-of-way acquisition will proceed in the Spring of 2001, and the project will be ready to advertise for construction bids in the Summer of 2001. • 000026 In projects of this magnitude, it is usually advisable to have a construction management team involved early, before bidding the construction work, in order to provide assistance in the review of the bid documents, including a constructibility review, respond to bidder inquiries, and assist in the analysis and evaluation of the bids received. Therefore, staff is recommending that the Commission issue a Request for Proposals for construction management services for Phase 1 of the Route 74 construction project. The tentative schedule for the selection process is as follows: Advertise Request for Proposals Request for Proposals Submittal Deadline Shortlist top three (3) qualified firms Interview top three (3) qualified firms Committee Recommendation to Commission June 19, 2000 July 20,2000 Aug 1, 2000 Aug 17, 2000 Sept 13, 2000 Staff will work with Caltrans, the County of Riverside, and the Cities of Lake Elsinore and Perris, to create a selection panel with representatives from each, and RCTC/Bechtel staff. The results of the selection panel will be brought to the Commission for review and recommendation for a contract award. 00002'7 • • • AGEN DA ITEM 8 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Manager Louie Martin, Bechtel Project Controls Manager THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Highway 1 1 1 / Gene Autry Trail Revised Project Funding STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval of the revised Measure "A" funding request to advance the construction of improvements at Gene Autry Trail and Highway 1 1 1, subject to award to lowest responsive bidder by Palm Springs City Council, and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As part of our efforts to advance all of the highway improvements identified in the Measure A Highway Program, the City of Palm Springs was authorized to use funding left over from the Sunrise Avenue/Hwy 1 1 1 improvement project to design the Teir II project for improvements on Hwy 111 at Gene Autry Trail. They completed the design and have received the necessary permits to proceed with construction from Caltrans. At the October 13, 1999 meeting, the Commission approved the City of Palm Springs request to advance the Highway 1 1 1 improvement project at Gene Autry_ Trail and be reimbursed from the Measure A Highway Program at the completion of construction. As an attachment to their request was the engineering consultants estimate that was completed in 1996. The estimated cost for the project at that time was $997,000 of which Measure A was estimated to cover 74% ($738,000) with local funding providing the remainder required. The actual bids have now been received (see Attachment A). The City plans to take the low bid to the City Council for approval. The revised construction cost including contingency and construction management is $1,368,847 of which the revised Measure A share at 74% would now be $1,012,947 or a difference of $274,947 from the original estimate. The most recent cash flow analysis of the Measure A Highway program in the Coachella Valley shows that the funding available for improvements on Highway 111 are under subscribed. Based on the schedule for completion of the higher priority 000028 projects which are currently in process, the advancement of the additional funds for the Gene Autry Trail project can be accommodated within the current pay as you go cash flow or with short term borrowing. Short term borrowing for the project, if .required, will be accommodated by the City of Palm Springs and will not delay any other projects. Any financing costs would cost less than the additional expenses which will be incurred if the project is not advanced. This latest request shall not change the action previously taken by the Commission to repay the loan from CVAG (to complete Tier II of the Cathedral City Highway 11 1 project) as the first priority of any additional Measure A Highway 1 1 1 funds that may be available. As previously indicated in the City's original request, the CVAG Technical Advisory Committee has reviewed and recommended approval to the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee approved this item at their meeting with the following conditions as mentioned in the -body of this latest request. 1. That this approval will not change the priority status to repay the CVAG loan that was obtained to advance the Tier II Cathedral City request. 2. Measure "A" Highway 111 funds will not be used to pay interest charges resulting from advancing this project. The City of Palm Springs must pay any fees resulting from borrowing to advance this project. Attachments Financial Assessment Project Cost $1,012,947 ($274,947 higher than previously authorized) Source of Funds Measure A (YIN) Included in Fiscal Year Budget Y Year Included in Program Budget Y Year Programmed 2004 Approved Allocation Year of Allocation Budget Adjustment Required Y Financial Impact Not Applicable 000029 ATTACHMENT A City of Palm Springs Office of the Assistant City Manager - Operations 3200 Tahquirz Canyon Way • Palm Springs, California 92262 TEL: (760) 323-8179 • FAX: (760) 323-8207 • TDD: (760) 864-9527 May 5, 2000 Mr. Eric Haley Executive Director RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, CA 92501 RE: Gene Autry Trail/HWY III Widening RCTC Highway III Corridor Project Dear Mr. Haley: vt\il\vti MAY ° At 2:00 p.m. on May 2, 2000, the City opened bids on the Gene Autry/HWY III Widening Project. Bids were received as follows: 1. E.L. Yeager Construction Co. $1,198,952.00 (low bid) 2. Riverside Construction Co. $1,211,895.55 3. Gueno Construction Co. $1,249,786.20 4. Granite Construction Co. $1,285,112.00 5. Matich Corporation $1,336,522.00 The City Engineer plans to take the project to City Council for award of contract on May 17, 2000. Based on RCTC's recent letter dated March 6, 2000, the RCTC/City MOU obligates the costs at 74% RCTC/26% City for the cost sharing agreed to for the project. The updated cost sharing has been estimated by the City Engineer as follows: $1,198,952. Apparent Low Bid 119,895. 10% Construction Contingency (Estimate) 50.000. Construction Management/Testing/Inspection (Estimate) $1,368,847. Estimated Total Costs $1,012,947 Estimated RCTC Portion (74%) $355,900 Estimated City Portion (26%) Post Office Box 2743 • Palm Springs, California 92263-2743 000030 The construction may commence by mid to late June 2000, and should be complete by October/November 2000. The City will bill RCTC for reimbursement upon completion of work as agreed upon by the City and RCTC. The final costs will be determined upon completion of work and be based on "actual' expenditures which should ue, hopefully, less than the estimates itemized above. If you have any questions, please call me. Sincerely, ROBERT L. MOHLER Grants and Government Affairs Manager RLM:ps cc: Ivan Chand and Louie Martin, RCTC Staff Dallas Flicek, Interim City Manager Allen Smoot, Assistant City Manager -Special Projects Tom Kanarr, Director of Finance and Treasurer Dave Barakian, City Engineer 000031 • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Manager THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Request for Proposals to Provide On -Call Engineering Services STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) direct staff to prepare and advertise a request for proposals to provide On -call engineering services for small engineering support needs; and 2) forward this item to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The time required to have a consultant in place to perform engineering services can be as long as four to six months. This time frame can significantly add to the time required to produce information that is necessary to make management decisions on the viability or funding of a project, or to support the day to day information needs of the RCTC staff. Staff is therefore recommending that the Commission develop an on - call engineering service agreement with a local firm so that engineering resources can be applied to an issue with little start-up time to assist staff and Management with resolving various issues that will arise from time to time in the course of doing" business. The selected firm would provide the Executive Director with one more option at his disposal to resolve engineering issues in the most efficient and expedient manner possible. Sample engineering on -call services might include: 1. Preliminary engineering or layout of proposed transportation related projects or improvements 2. Small Project Study Reports 3. Resolution of engineering issues related to the management of RCTC properties 4. Advanced studies to support requests for transportation funding from various funding sources 000032 Significant engineering projects would still be contracted out as separate services and projects containing Federal funding would still have to be bid out separately as well. Staff recommends that the initial contract be for an amount of $300,000 and that each work order require the authorization of the Executive Director. Staff further recommends that a selection panel be composed of Caltrans, the County of Riverside, and RCTC/Bechtel staff. The results of the selection panel will be brought back to the Commission for review and recommendation for a contract award. The tentative schedule for the selection process.is as follows: Calendar of Events Advertise Request for Proposals June 19, 2000 Request for Proposals Submittal Deadline July 20,2000 Shortlist top three (3) qualified firms Aug 1, 2000 Interview top three (3) qualified firms Aug 17, 2000 Committee Recommendation to Commission Sept 13, 2000 Financial Assessment Project Cost $300,000 Source of Funds Measure A `(Y/N) ' Included in Fiscal Year Budget n Year Included in Program Budget n Year Programmed Approved Allocation Year of Allocation Budget Adjustment Required Y Financial Impact Not Applicable • • • 000033 AGENDA ITEM 10 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Manager Karl Sauer, Bechtel Construction Manager THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Amendment No. 1 to Land Use Agreement with the Riverside Community College STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to authorize staff and Legal Counsel to enter into discussions with the Riverside Community College (RCC) for the purpose of canceling Amendment No. 1 to the land use agreement for a temporary parking lot at the La Sierra Metrolink Station, and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: RCTC adopted the recommendations of the Tier II Station study at the April 1999 Commission meeting. One recommendation was to provide for a temporary parking facility at the La Sierra Metrolink Station because the current parking lot use was running higher than 90%. The need for the temporary parking lot will be eliminated as soon as the Van Buren Metrolink Station is constructed. Final design of the Van Buren and Corona Main Street Metrolink Stations are in progress. It was anticipated, at that time, that it would take approximately eighteen months to design and construct the new Van Buren Metrolink Station. This necessitated the need for the temporary parking lot in the interim period of time. The land for the present La Sierra parking lot was leased from RCC in 1994 for 49 years with an option to extend for another 50 years. In September of 1999 the Commission authorized Amendment No. 1 to the RCC La Sierra Parking Lot Lease. RCC agreed to lease the additional acreage required to RCTC for free under the following conditions: 1. RCTC uses the RCC consultant KCT Consultants to perform the design. 2. That RCTC work with RCC with regards to the future parking lot design such that the final parking lot configuration will be compatible with the RCC development. 3. That RCTC would assist RCC to limit their developer's share of the La Sierra interchange to $400,000 as a result of the proposed RCC development. 000034 4. The terms of the lease stipulate that RCTC may lease the land for free but must remove the temporary parking lot improvements prior to June 1, 2001 (90 days after termination of the agreement on February 29, 2001). By the end of 1999, the design of the temporary parking lot was nearing completion. It was anticipated that RCC, RCTC, and the City of Riverside would approve the temporary parking lot final plans in January of 2000. In January of 2000, the Commission authorized staff to proceed to advertise for receipt of construction bids for construction of the La Sierra Temporary Parking Lot. The estimated construction cost was approximately $150,000 to $175,000. Subsequent to the completion of the design process, RCC elected to move forward with the commercial design of the remaining property and expressed their desire that RCTC not move forward with their construction of the temporary parking lot. To free up parking spaces, so that capacity would be available until the Van Buren Station could be constructed, staff notified all park and ride patrons that were using the La Sierra parking lot, to use other near by park and ride facilities. This resulted in an average of thirty (30) to forty (40) vacant parking spaces on a daily basis. Therefore, this agenda item recommends that the Commission authorize staff and Legal Counsel to enter into discussions with the Riverside Community _College (RCC) for the purpose of canceling Amendment No. 1. Any subsequent amendment would be subject to RCTC Legal Counsel review and approval. • • • 000035 AGENDA ITEM 11. • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Property Ad Hoc Committee FROM: Claudia Chase, Property Agent THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Director SUBJECT: Request from Star Milling to Lease RCTC Right -of -Way STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee direction and approval regarding the potential development of a lease of RCTC rail right-of-way to Star Milling. A recommendation from the Property Ad Hoc Committee will be forwarded to the Budget and Implementation Committee for approval and subsequent final action by the Commission at their June meeting. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Riverside County Transportation Commission has received a request from Star Milling to lease a portion of the San Jacinto Branch Line right-of-way (ROW), for a spur track located at mile post 15.0 in the City of Perris. Currently, Star Milling is receiving freight delivery from the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company. Star Milling is prepared to make a significant investment in their mill in Perris, providing freight delivery can be increased. At the present time, Star Milling is receiving 10-car train sets of grain per week. They would like to increase - freight delivery to 54-car train sets in Phase 1 and grow to 108-car sets in Phase 2. To accommodate this request, additional track must be constructed on RCTC's ROW on property to be leased to Star Milling. In addition, Star Milling will require use of the RCTC ROW to construct an unloading station and conveying equipment with personal access. RCTC's ROW impacted by this lease is approximately 4 acres or 8,200 ft. X 21 ft. in Phase 1 and, potentially, 8 acres in the Phase 2 design. Based upon the Commission's previously established policy, ROW may be leased at the rate of 8%- 10% of the land's fair market value. In this instance, using the same formula, the value of an annual lease is $48,216 for Phase 1 and $96,432 for Phase 2. 000036 RCTC staff has met with Bill Cramer of Star Milling, his Project Manager Mitchell Alderman of Boyle Engineering and Bob Brendza of BNSF. The discussion at this meeting indicated an assessment of what operational improvements Star Milling perceived as necessary to continue business operations in their current location. This plan could be in lieu of Star Milling relocating to Colton. RCTC/Bechtel engineering staff have been reviewing the suggested project design to assure the Commission that: 1) the use of the ROW in this fashion will not adversely impact RCTC's future use of the corridor; 2) RCTC will have the ability to run future passenger service past Star Milling;. and 3) there will be no financial impact to RCTC for these improvements. Due to the substantial investment in construction, Mr. Cramer would like the term of the lease to be forty-nine (49) years with Phase1 improvements approved now and Phase 2 approved in concept. Staff would propose an escalator equal to the annual consumer price index based upon square footage impacted. Specific details of the lease agreement will be worked out with Legal Counsel's input and review, to include the necessary warranties and assurances protecting RCTC's interests. Staff seeks the Committee's approval, in concept, both as to the dollar value and the policy issues so that Star Milling can proceed with its expansion plans confident that the rail freight access is assured. Bill Cramer of Star Milling and Craig Wolfsburg of Burlington Northern Santa Fe will be present at the Committee Meetings to present the preliminary design plans for this project. This is consistent with the Commission policy of supporting economic development in the region that does not adversely affect RCTC. The direction from the Property Ad Hoc Committee will be forwarded to the Budget and Implementation Committee and to the Commission for final action at their May & June meetings. 000037 N6A ITEM 1.2 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Claudia Chase, Property Agent THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Director SUBJECT: Renewal of Group 70 Security Guard Contract STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval for an amendment to the Group 70 Protective and Investigative Services contract for a three year period and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: RCTC had been dissatisfied with the performance of the two previous companies contracted for a system -wide security service through Metrolink. In April of 1999 the Commission authorized staff to contract security guard services with Group 70 Protective and Investigative Services (Group 70). Staff has been exceedingly pleased with Group 70's performance, accessibility, and reporting procedure during the past year. Their management team has acted as partners with RCTC and Metrolink in responding to potential safety and security issues at our properties. The rail passengers, as well as the public, have continued to comment on the professional attitude and demeanor of the assigned guards. The current security guard agreement was development in April of 1999, amended in January of 2000. The term of the amended agreement was extended through June of 2000. Group 70 has fulfilled all expectations during this first year of service, staff recommends the amendment of the contract for a three year period, with options, through June 30, 2003. The compensation for the contract with Group 70 is currently $571,240 annually. Group 70 has assured staff that the contract hourly costs will remain at the current rate for fiscal year 2000/2001. However, Group 70 has requested the Commission consider a cost of living adjustment for the two out years of their contract. Staff would rather work with Group 70 before considering an increase. Should Group 70's performance continue to exceed RCTC's expectations, staff will bring forward an adjustment prior to the beginning of the next fiscal year. 000038 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Program Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming SUBJECT: Riverside County Obligation Plan for Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality and Surface Transportation Program Funds STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to submit the Riverside County Obligation Plan for Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and Surface Transportation Programs (STP) funds to Caltrans by June 30, 2000, and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As a result of AB 1012, regional agencies are required annually to submit Obligation Plans to Caltrans in order to demonstrate timely use of funds for CMAQ and STP projects. Project obligation reserves funding at Caltrans for projects programmed by regional agencies. Once the obligation is made by Caltrans, then the local agency can proceed with project implementation to incur reimbursable costs. If a region can not obligate the funds allocated per federal fiscal year, the funds will be reprogrammed by the California Transportation Commission (CTC). The attached Obligation Plan includes all projects which will be obligated by the end of the federal fiscal year, September 30, 2000. The balances which Caltrans has identified to be obligated or subject to lose for Riverside County are as follows: CMAQ $3,583,479 STP $ 846,113 The attached table indicates that we will obligate in excess of our balances for both CMAQ and STP this federal fiscal year. This puts us in a favorable position for next year's obligation plan. We continue to strongly encourage local agencies to obligate projects as quickly as possible in order to avoid losing funding. 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L4449 b �1HI`� LuI.HL rKULiKHI'l5 APPORTIONMENT STATUS REPORT ..'''o • Region Butte Fresno Kern Kings Los Angeles Madera Merced Monterey Orange Riverside Sacramento (SACOG) San Benito San Bernardino San Diego S.F. Bay Area (MTC) San Joaquin San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara litanta Cruz tanislaus Tahoe Tulare Ventura Rural Counties & SCAG TOTAL • Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) 2-year Subject to Apportionment Potential Unobligated 3/31/00 Tots! Reprogramming CMAQ Delivery - FFYs = on 1/19/01 Balance 1999.2000 per AB 1012 1,327,646 954,934 372,712 26.912,824 18, 799,704 8,113,120 9,685,383 . 11,921,380 - (28,668,834) 246,997,280 - (117,130) - 2,527,727 3,557,582 - 5,665,942 4,728,203 937,739 68,002.469 67,297,348 705,121 35,251,713 31,668,234 3,683,479 39,417.498 34,363,429 9 ,06 5,054 1.362,912 487,863 054,09 44,005,496 38,396,904 5,608,592 43,878,448 54,794,956 , 43,234,692 105,247,498 6,528,487 10,542,763 10,807,538 7,370,450 3,437,088 4,314,405 3,054,121. 1,260,284 11,163,636 8,127,545 3,036,091 519,150 517,264 1,886 8,820,749 6,220,099 2,400,650 12,231,487 14,452,777 . (61,982) - $346,620,156 S669,500,334 $35,385,880 3-31 Apportionment Balance Reportxls Page 1 Prepared by: Caltrans, Local Programs 4-20-00 RTPAs 000042 . 1'!n . '+. GVJYJVJ O • 01 M1'! 1-1.0-1-1/... ric‘,.0..1cr11'10 Region Butte Fresno Kern Kings Los Angeles Madera Merced Monterey Orange Riverside Sacramento (SACOG) San Benito San Bemardino San Diego S.F. Bay Area (MTC) San Joaquin San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanislaus Tahoe Tulare Ventura Rural Counties 8 SCAG TOTAL APPORTIONMENT STATUS REPORT Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) Unobligated 3/31/00 RSTP Delivery - Balance 459,499 16.864,182 9,194,469 288,086 175,222,767, 363,374 ' 526,687 5,476,412 108,499,900 24,803,437 44,513,183 387,850 54,079,266 116,684,385 141,995,335 6,421,130 3,976,569 6,859,685 2,326,202 5,973,236 411,230 3,286,677 16,159,692 7,969,976 $752,743,230 2-year Apportionment Total FFYs 1999.2000 3,727,835 13,662,934 11,124,497 2,076,981 181,421,176 1,803,124 3,651,753 7.280,048 49,341,963 23,957,324 28.232,995 751,156 29,032,992 51,132,193 123,297,327 9,838,033 4,445,114 7,565,550 4,702,452 7,584,260 796,432 6,384,750 13,694,168 26,726,488 S612,231;545 Subject to Potential Reprogramming on 1/19/01 per AB 1012, 3,201,248 59,157,937 846,113 16,280,188 25,046,274 65,552,192 18,698, 009 2,465,524. $191,247,485 3-31 Apportionment Balance Report.xls Prepared by: Coltrane, local Programs Page 2 4-20-00 RTPAs 000043 e t.►4tU 14V STATE OF CAUFORNIA—BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY GRAY DAVIS, Govenk • • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DESIGN AND LOCAL PROGRAMS 1120 N STREET P. O. BOX 942874 MS 28 SACRAMENTO, CA 94274-000' PHONE (916) 654-3858 FAX (916)654-5881 February 22, 2000 r . "IIP C [ fit.:: METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATIONS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AGENCIES LOCAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONS Dear Executive Directors: Subject: "Guidelines for Implementation of AB 1012, "Timely Use of Funds" Attached are the official "Guidelines for Implementation of the Timely Use of Funds" provisions of AB 1012, a copy of the regional agency obligation plan format, and detailed instructions for completing the plan. The State of California is committed to increasing the efficiency of transportation funding in order to ensure every available transportation dollar is put to work. The timely use of funds provisions in AB 1012 will help accomplish this goal. The Department of Transportation (Department) will work with the transportation community to concentrate on the "use" portion of this requirement. Department staff will make every effort to assist regional agencies in the - delivery of local projects. The roles and responsibilities for the timely use of Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) and Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) funds are delineated in statute and are shared by the Department, regional agencies, and the California Transportation Commission (CTC). The Department is responsible for monitoring and reporting unobligated balances. The regional agencies are responsible for obligating the funds within the three-year time period. The CTC is responsible for reprogramming the unobligated balances to ensure no federal lapse occurs. The guidelines apply to CMAQ, RSTP, and Regional Transportation Enhancement Activities (TEA) Programs funds. "We'll Find a Way" ® 000044 METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATIONS REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AGENCIES LOCAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONS February 22 , 2000 Page 3 • October 1, 2001. Unobligated Regional TEA three-year balances become eligible for reprogramming. An electronic version of the Obligation Plan will be provided to regional agencies within• the next 30 days. Regional agencies will be able to submit their plans electronically, however a hard copy must also be provided to the District Local Area Engineers. The Department will keep the plans on file and make them available to the CTC. If you have specific areas of concern or questions on the attached guidelines, please contact Norma Ortega at (916) 653-6841 or CALNET 8-453-6841. Sincerely, ROBERT L. BUCKLEY Design & Local Programs Program Manager _Attachments cc: Robert Remen, CTC District Directors District Division Chiefs for Local Assistance Cities and Counties 000045 • CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION "GUIDELINES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TIMELY USE OF FUNDS PROVISIONS OF AB 1012" _Purpose/Authority These guidelines describe the policy and procedures necessary to implement the Timely Use of Funds provisions outlined.in AB 1012. Assembly Bill 1012 (Chapter 783 of the Statutes of 1999) was enacted October 10, 1999 with a goal of improving the delivery of transportation projects. The legislation states that regional agency Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) and Regional Surface Transportation Program (RSTP) funds that are not obligated within the first three years of federal eligibility are subject to reprogramming by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) in the fourth year. The guidelines were developed and adopted to address the following objectives: ➢ Increased efficiency of transportation funding by putting every available transportation dollar to work in a timely manner. > Providing transportation benefits as early as possible. ➢ Increased monitoring and reporting of funds to improve the Use of these funds. Sections 182.6 and 182.7 of the Streets and Highway Code have been amended to address these objectives. The Department of Transportation (Department) will work with the transportation community to concentrate on 'the "use" portion of this requirement. Applicable Programs The timely use of funds provisions of Chapter 783 of the Statutes of 1999 apply specifically to the CMAQ and RSTP funds. 1 Prepared by: Department of Transportation Office of Local Programs 000046 Quarterly Balance Reports The Department will provide CMAQ, RSTP, and Regional TEA unobligated apportionment balances to the CTC on a quarterly basis. The quarterly balances will reflect projects obligated and processed through the Caltrans Local Programs Accounting Management System during the preceding quarter. Each quarterly report will likely reduce the balance subject to potential reprogramming. These reports will be submitted to the CTC as follows: CTC Reporting Month Federal Fiscal Year Quarter Reporting Period February 1 October - December. May 2 January - March August 3 April - June November 4 July - September The CMAQ, RSTP, and Regional TEA monthly summary apportionment balances by region can be found in the Caltrans' Office of Local Programs Internet home page, "CMAQ and RSTP Apportionment/Obligational Authority Summary" and "Regional TEA Programs". Each quarterly report will also be posted on the Internet pages. • Regional Agency Obligation Plan Regional agencies must submit a formal obligation plan for any CMAQ, RSTP, or Regional TEA balance older than 2-years old to the Department District Local Area Engineers by April 15 of each year. The plan must tie back to the FTIP and provide a project identifier for each project. The attached format must be used and include the following information: • Dollars Obligated Since Notice of Balance Subject to Reprogramming • Caltrans District Number • Name of Local Agency • Project Description • Type of Work • Total Overall Cost of Project by Fund Type (CMAQ, RSTP, TEA) 3 Prepared by: Department of Transportation Office of Local Programs • • • 00004'7 .wwpNlw UNUM OM p.q.dg WNW NI aondmo palliwgnS owa odwrodia (if=' OS' %SI poo mimes Rlol aopdpon0 q.jad not 8b Aq paainbad NVld NOIND1180 A3N3DV 1VN01931:1 410 �lNol7Nop�o1 PPP •oll etli APIlo PM buggy poi :ONINMIL10Odd3a 01103P8nS 30N1f1V8 d0 33110N 30N1S 0311/01180 S111V1100 00 elf 0 0 AGENDA ITEM 14 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Jerry Rivera, Program Manager THROUGH: Marilyn Williams, Director of Regional Issues. and Communications SUBJECT: SB 821 Program Extension for the Cities of Murrieta and Riverside STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: .1) grant the City of Murrieta a twelve month extension to June 30, 2001 to construct the Jefferson Avenue bike lane project and Washington Avenue sidewalk project; 2) grant the City of Riverside a six month extension to complete the Garfield Street sidewalk project; and 3) forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION Citv of Murrieta The City of Murrieta was allocated $113,622 in FY 1997-98 SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Program funds for the construction of the Jefferson Avenue bike lane project and $88,000 in FY 1999-2000 SB 821 funds for construction of the Washington Avenue sidewalk project. Additional time is requested to allow for completion of design, utility relocations, and right-of-way acquisition. The additional time on Jefferson Avenue is required to accommodate the expanded project scope of work for reconstructing Jefferson Avenue from a two lane to a six lane roadway' configuration. The City has previously received two twelve-month extensions on this project. The additional time on Washington Avenue is required to accommodate a phased construction sequence in Old Town Murrieta. Due to traffic circulation, drainage, and utility improvement logistics, the Washington Avenue portion of the Old Town Murrieta improvements will be bid as the second phase of construction. Jefferson Avenue construction is scheduled to begin late this summer and Washington Avenue construction is scheduled for spring 2001. Therefore, the City of Murrieta is requesting a twelve month extension to June 30, 2001 to complete both projects. 000049 City of Riverside The City of Riverside was allocated $32,685 in FY 1999-2000 SB 821 funds for the construction of the Garfield Street sidewalk project. The project was combined with a Community Development Block Grant project and is currently being designed. The city anticipates construction to begin in September, 2000 with completion in November. Therefore, the City of Riverside is requesting a six month extension to December 31, 2000 to complete the Garfield Street sidewalk project. 000050 • • 049'728 CITY OF MURRIETA 26442 Beckman Court. Murrieta. CA 92562 Internet Address: Telephone: 909-698-1040 April 13, 2000 Fax: 909-698-4509 http.//murrieta.ca.us Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, CA. 92501 Attn: Jerry Rivera Fax: 787-7920 Re: SB 821 Program Jefferson Avenue Project 96-136 Washington Avenue Project 99-172 Dear Jerry: The City of Murrieta requests an extension of funds in the amounts of $113;622 and $88,000 for the Jefferson Avenue and Washington Avenue bike lanes from June 30, 2000 to June 30, 2001. Additional time is requested to allow for completion of design, utility relocations, and right-of-way acquisition. The additional time on Jefferson Avenue is required to accommodate the expanded project scope of work of reconstructing Jefferson Avenue from two lanes to a six lane roadway configuration. The additional time on Washington Avenue is required to accommodate a phased construction sequence in Old Town Murrieta. Due to traffic circulation, drainage, and utility improvement logistics, the Washington Avenue portion of the Old Town Murrieta improvements will be bid as the second phase of construction. Jefferson Avenue construction is scheduled to begin late this summer and Washington Avenue construction scheduled for spring 2001. Thank you for your assistance. ely, an Clark Engineering Manager cc: Development Services Director 000051 CITY OF RIVERSIDE "People Serving People" April 19, 2000 Cathy Bechtel RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, CA 92501 SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities—1999/00 — Time Extension 049'743 Riverside All -America city . 1998 tirGEIW.1) APR 2 1 20M ;. ,r; �,a,• We are requesting a time extension for our fiscal year 1999/00 SB821 claim since we will not be able to award by June 30, 2000. The project to construct the pedestrian facilities along Garfield Street between Van Buren Boulevard and Harrison Street is currently being designed. We anticipate construction to begin in September 2000 with completion in November. Please provide us a six-month time extension for this claim. If you have any questions please call me at 826-5560. Sincerely, Rick McGrath Public Works PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 3900 MAIN STREET • RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA 92522 • (909) 782-5341 FAX: (909) 782-5622 000052 AGENDA ITEM 15 • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Ivan M. Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Schedule of Recurring Contracts STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval of the Schedule of Recurring Contracts for Fiscal Year 2000/2001 and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Two years ago, the Commission evaluated all recurring contracts to determine when and if to hold a competitive process. As a result of that review, most contracts were rebid. In addition, the Commission required that these contracts be approved at the beginning of each year. Listed below is the Schedule of Recurring Contracts for Fiscal Year 2000/2001 requiring approval: Schedule of Recurring Contracts Consultant Name Description of Services Budget FY 99/00 Budget FY 00/01 Dollar Change Percent Change Bechtel Program Management (1) $1,550,000 $1,750,000 $200,000 12.9% Best Best and Krieger General Legal (2) 355,000 594,000 239,000 67.3% Cis Leroy Planning 35,000 35,000 0 0.0% Geographics . Graphic Design (3) 225,000 325,000 100,000 44.4 % Inland Transp. Services Commuter Assistance 400,000 437,000 37,000 9.2 % O Melveny and Myers Bond Counsel 10,000 10,000 0 0.0% Public Financial Mgt. Investment Advisor 35,000 40,000 5,000 14.2% Schiermeyer Consulting Rail Studies 120,000 120,000 0 0.0% Teletran Tek Services Call Box Support 62,924 48,538 (14,386) (22.9%) 000053 Schedule of Recurring Contracts Valley Research & Planning Congestion Management 80,000 80,000 0 0.0% 1 Hamner's Towing Motorist Assistance 391,699 369,552 (22,147) (5. 7%) Pepe's Towing Motorist Assistance 551,715 541,051 (10, 664) (2.0%) (1) This increase is due to Bechtel adding a new project coordinator to oversee Route 60 activities and the deferring of the Apache Trail design from Fiscal Year 1999/2000 to Fiscal Year 2000/2001. The design for Apache Trail will be reimbursed by the County of Riverside and the Morongo Indians. (2) This increase is due to the Toll Road litigation and the Right of Way issues related to the Route 74 widening project. (3) This increase is due to two factors. Last year's budget amount represented less than a year's worth of costs for graphic services as the Commission was going out to bid for these services. In addition, the increase reflects the Commission's desire to expand its public information and outreach efforts. 000054 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Ivan M. Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Regional Arterial Budget Adjustment STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval of a budget adjustment in the Regional Arterial program for Fiscal Year 1999/2000 and forward to the Commission for final approval. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The current budget of $4,230,599 is insufficient to cover the claims submitted by member agencies. The shortage exists because the Commission received several invoices in the current fiscal year that were for last fiscal year and the Commission had budgeted those expenditures in Fiscal Year 199811999. The Commission made these payments and as a result is over its appropriation limit. To cover the shortage, staff is requesting an increase in appropriation of $3,278,195. This increase will cover the shortage and allow the Commission to make future payments in the current fiscal year. This adjustment will increase the total appropriation to $7,508,794 which is the projected Regional Arterial revenue for the current year. 000055 AGENDA ITEM 17 RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Ivan M. Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director . SUBJECT: Proposed FY 2000/2001 Budget STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval of the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2000/2001 and forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Staff is presenting the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2000/2001. Staff has made five changes from the Proposed Budget presented at the Commission meeting on May 10, 2000. They are as follows: 1. Freeway Service Patrol/SAFE program - There are three changes in this budget affecting revenue and expenditures. a. The State requires the Commission to provide a 20% match. The Commission is providing that match from the SAFE program. This results in an increase in Operating Transfers In of the FSP Budget by $213,000 and a similar increase in the Operating Transfer Out of the SAFE budget.- b. Staff has adjusted the revenue from CALTRANS to reflect the 80% revenue based on FSP expenditures thus reducing revenue by $144,306. c. DMV User Fees have been increased by $254,036 to fund the 1 1 % administrative support costs allocated to the SAFE program. 2. Paratransit Services - Staff is requesting an additional $20,250 in appropriations. This request consists of $10,000 for Design and Printing services and $10,250 for training that is to be provided to RTA for local CTSA. 000056 3. Highway Program - Staff is requesting an overall reduction of $5,105,000. This reduction is a combination of four requests. a. Staff is requesting an increase of $235,000 for additional Route 91, Phase II, sound wall final design from Magnolia to Mary and an increase of $290,000 for the design for Apache Trail. The costs for the design of Apache Trail will be reimbursed by the County and Morongo Indians and had already been shown as revenues in the original Proposed Budget. Staff is requesting an increase of $10,000 for Surveying services for Route 91, Phase II, sound wall final design from Magnolia to Mary. b. Staff is requesting an increase of $55,000 for Material Testing services for Route 91, Phase II, sound wall final design from Magnolia to Mary. c. Staff is requesting a reduction of $5,659,500 from our original budget for the Route 74 construction from 1-215 to 1-15. This reduction is due to environmental issues that are currently on -going. Due to the environmental concerns, the Commission will be phasing projects and construction will only be from 1-15 to Wasson Road during Fiscal Year 2000/2001. 4. Rail Capital Program - Staff is requesting an increase of $90,000. This increase is a combination of three requests. a. An increase of $25,000 in litigation costs for the two new rail stations - Van Buren and Corona Main. b. An increase of $40,000 for Material Testing services to support completion of existing La Sierra/Corona over crossings as well as Tier II stations and the Pedley Station. c. An increase of $25,000 for Surveying services to support completion of existing La Sierra/Corona over crossings as well as Tier II stations and the Pedley Station. 5. Commuter Assistance - Staff is requesting an increase of $127,500 in Certificate/Vouchers and Subsidies. Staff believes that the Commission will need to increase our ridesharing efforts through targeted commuter promotions and provision of incentives to reduce the number of single occupant vehicle drivers and level of congestion. • • i 000057 • • As a result of these changes, the summary for the Fiscal Year 2000/2001 Proposed Budget is as follows: Summary of Proposed Budget FY 2000/2001 Revenues $122,216,205 Bond Proceeds 34,500,000 Total Revenues $156,716,205 Personnel and Benefits 2,339,670 Professional Services 2,167,514 Support Services 1,824,416 Projects and Operations 100,607,148 Capital Outlay 46,500 Debt Service 35,379,119 Total Expenditures $142,364,347 Beginning Fund Balance 105,428,850 Ending Fund Balance $119,780,708 Staff is providing an executive summary with this agenda item. Staff is not presenting the entire document to save on printing costs as the budget document is similar to the Proposed Budget presented at the Commission meeting in May 2000. Staff has copies available for review. Attachment 000058 • • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Introduction The Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2000-2001 is herewith presented to RCTC Commissioners and the citizens of Riverside County. The budget outlines the projects the Commission wants to accomplish during the year and appropriates expenditures to accomplish these tasks. It also shows the revenues that will be used to complete the tasks. This budget document will serve as the Commission's monetary guideline. Staff has included descriptive information regarding each department and major projects. The discussion in each department/program area has been revised to now include a review of major initiatives and key assumptions. Though the budget is a very comprehensive document, staff believes its value and usefulness to readers has been enhanced by these changes. In addition to the Commission's long term goals and strategic plan, the short term factors listed below were used to guide the development of the Proposed Budget: Operational • Continue planning on the extension Measure A. • Encourage greater department and staff involvement in budget development and accountability for budget performance. • Continue the Commission mandate of a lean, non -layered staff structure. • Improve on the skills and training of all levels of staff. • Improve communication with Commissioners and educate policy makers on all issues of importance to the Commission. • Continue Commission involvement in the Community Environmental Transportation Acceptability Process (CETAP). Financial • Maintain administrative costs below the policy threshold of 4%. As part of that effort, the manner in which project versus administrative costs were classified has been changed to reflect only what is truly administrative and to ensure full costing of project and program requirements. Current general management budget is 3.8% of Measure A revenues. • Continue to maintain prudent reserves to provide some level of insulation for unplanned expenditures. • Look for opportunities, funding sources, and innovative approaches to address County needs that extend beyond Measure A. • Move forward on Measure A projects for highways and regional arterials using both sales tax revenues and state and federal funding. • Leverage and protect past Measure A investments in rail to obtain state and federal funding for additional rail improvements. Budget Overview Revenues 000059 Total revenues are budgeted at $122,216,205, which is an increase of 22.1% over projected revenues and 17.8° over last year's budget. The Commission also plans to issue bonds in Fiscal Year 2000-2001. The Bond Procee from the issuance of bonds are for widening of Route .74. The Commission expects to receive approximately $34,500,000. Total projected remaining fund balance at June 30, 2000 available for expenditures, (exclusive of debt service reserves of $38,164,716, loans receivables for $12,639,800, and prepaid lease for $1,004,018) is $50,895,483. Total funding sources amount to $207,611,688. COMMISSION REVENUE TREND 1997-2001 $140,000,000 $120,000,000 $100,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 $40,000,000 $20,000,000 $- 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 FISCAL YEARS O Inv estm ent Income OOther Revenue IN Reimbursements1 I I ®Sales Tax Revenues All revenue categories are budgeted at higher amounts than the prior year. The increase in Measure A sales tax revenue is indicative of the strength exhibited in the Riverside County economy. Reimbursements are lib principally from federal sources, to fund rail capital (Measure A revenues are not available for rail operations capital projects). Investment Income will be slightly higher and reflects the higher rates of retum. Table 1 — Operating Revenue FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual OPERATING REVENUES Actual Budget Projections Proposed Changes Changes Sales Tax Revenues $68,817,656 $75,845,008 $80,642,263 $84,603,249 $87,023,491 $2,420,242 2.8% Reimbursements 9,539,357 8,873,920 9,508,645 5,177,894 28,386,958 23,209,064 81.8% Other Revenue 5,590,508 2,430,986 6,623,129 1,422,132 2,772,756 1,350,624 48.7% Investment Income 5,004,028 5,256,073 3,678,164 3,972,450 4,033,000 59,550 1.5% Total Operating Revenues $88,951,549 $92,405,986 $100,452,201 $95,175,725 $122,216,205 $27.039,480 22.1% r 000060 • • • Expenditures EXPENDITURES: MAJOR CATEGORIES Other 3% Plans & Programs •. 3% Motorist Assistance 1 °!° Special Transportation.;; 3% COMM uter Assistance 1% Streets and Roads 21% hater Rail 4% gnat Arterial 6% Total expenditures are budgeted at $142,364,347, an increase of 27.4% over the prior year budget amount of $111,720,905. This year, staff has changed presentation of Debt Service. To better portray all expenses, staff has included a debt service fund. In past years, this amount was included in operating transfers. The Debt Service amount for this year is $35,312,119, which includes an estimated debt service for the new bonds. Administrative costs are budgeted at $3,722,285 and program expenditures total $103,396,944. Project costs have increased 37% from $73,588,055 to $103,159,943. The increase is a result of increased highway expenditures, particularly for Route 74, rail station construction projects, and Community Environmental Transportation Acceptability Process (CETAP) studies. Part of the increase in expenditures, is offset by the Bond proceeds. Table 2 — Program Expenditure Comparative FY 1998-211111 FY 97-98 FY 98-99 FY 99-00 FY 99-00 FY 00-01 Dollar % Actual Actual Budget Projected Proposed Change Change Highway $11,410,318 $7,841,570 $18,040,443 $3,358,631 $30,424,703 $12,214,260 67.7% Commuter Rail 11,144,126 8,967,652 14,165,234 7,896,874 20,743,700 $6,578,466 46.4% Regional Arterial 21,035,529 3,385,620 4,230,599 6,782,926 8,356,000 $4,125,401 97.5% Streets and Roads 24,382,462 27,327,631 28,172,108 30,602,894 30,870,740 $2,698,632 9.6% Commuter Assistance 1,312,435 1,351,399 1,709,730 1,266,217 2,235,175 $525,445 30.7% Special Transportation 5,125,364 2,825,274 5,759,782 2,972,293 3,834,450 ($1,925,332) -33.4% Motorist Assistance 1,519,114 1,677,638 1,988,950 1,488,624 1,875,375 ($113,575) -5.7% Plans & Programs 2,388,223 2,836,261 5,220,878 4,247,801 4,989,800 ($231,078) -4.4% Other 1,541,149 2,850,355 1,852,957 2,885,086 3,722,285 $1,869,328 100.9% Debt 74,344.388 64.318.272 30,580,224 30,580,224 35,312,119 $4.731,895 15.5% Total $154,203,108 $123,381,673 $111,720,905 $92,081,570 $142,364,347 $50,112,776 27.3% Note: Other includes Executive Management, Administration, Finance and Property Management. 000061 Commission Personnel The Commission's salary and fringe benefits total $2,339,690. This represents an increase of 6.0% over FY 190 2000 budget estimate of $2,206,299. This increase is attributed to the following reasons: Cost of Living adjustment Salary Market Survey Total $ 19,667 113,724 $133,391 Table 3 - Staff Summary By Department for FY 1998 - 2001 FY 1998 FY 1999 FY 2000 FY 2001 (proj.) Executive Management Administration Finance Capital Development & Delivery Plans & Programs Property Management Regional Issues Special Transportation Rail Program Commuter Assistance Motorist Assistance Total FTE FTE FTE FTE 1.6 1.8 2.1 1.8 1.9 2.5 3.9 4.8 3.3 2.7 3.8 5.2 1.5 2.2 2.0 0.8 3.5 6.0 4.7 4.6 N/A N/A N/A 0.9 0.0 0.0 1.3 1.1 0.6 2.2 0.7 0.6 1.8 3.7 3.0 2.6 1.3 0.8 1.2 1.2 1_6 1_0 1_2 1_7 17.1 22.8 23.8 25.1 Department Initiatives Executive Management • • Expend considerable effort educating the public on the accomplishments of the Commission. • Speaking in public forums on Commission accomplishments in preparation for possible expansion/extension of Measure A. • Regular one-on-one meetings with the Commissioners. • Project development and delivery . • Maintain and improve on the administrative efficiency and fiscally sound practices. • Place considerable resources to the Community Environmental Transportation Acceptability Process (CETAP). • Foster the Commission's full involvement in a broad range of local, regional, state and federal govemment settings. Table 4 - Executive Management Program Costs Personnel Professional Support Projects/Operations Total FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Actual Budget Proj. Actual Proposed Change Change $423,205 $146,914 $233,287 $222,112 $237,816 $4,529 1.9% 10,134 271,978 401,356 206,289 387,493 (13,863) -3.5% 0 6,149 81,652 54,349 71,600 (10,052) -12.3% 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0% $433.339 $425,041 $716,295 $482,750 $696,909_ $(19,386) -2.7% • 000062. • Administration • Work with County of Riverside staff in the planning and design of the Commission's offices. • Schedule and provide training to Commission employees on policies and procedures and have all staff attend at least one training course in support of development. • An extensive educational program, in the form of one-to-one settings and informational materials, is planned for the Board of Commissioners. • Expand the Commission's public information efforts. Table 5 - Administration Program Costs FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change Personnel $162,553 $383,796 $364,815 $415,468 $435,500 $70,685 19.4% Professional 308,021 81,059 189,200 124,011 200,500 11,300 6.0% Support 722,586 894,464 875,108 631,197 1343,600 (31,508) -3.6% Projects/Operations 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0% Capital Outlay 130,580 42,904 86,000 40,059 46,500 (39,500) 100.0% Total S1,323,740 $1 4�02 2�23 $1,515,123 $1,210,735 $1.526,100 $10.977 0.7% Finance • Maintain Audit fees consistent with prior years. • Commission staff to continue providing accounting services to the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG). • Staff will continue to work with Consultant to complete Strategic Plan, Phase II. • Actively manage the Commission investments to protect them and receive a good retum. Table 6 - Finance Program Costs Personnel Professional Support Projects/Operations Capital Outlay Total FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change $275,351 $226,326 $231,942 $205,227 $373,000 $141,058 60.8% 485,510 604,981 686,000 557,599 675,000 (11,000) -1.6% 148,349 57,183 117,180 49,225 75,276 (41,904) -35.8% 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0% $909,210 888 490 $1,035,122 $812,051 $1,123,276 $88,154 8 Planning and Programming • Commission will lead the CETAP effort within the county contracting for all elements of the Riverside County Integrated Plan (RCIP). • Staff will keep local agencies apprised of the status of the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) funding. • Staff will conduct an unmet needs hearing, assist in coordinating the development, review and approval of the annual countywide Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP). • Administer Bicycle and pedestrian funds made available through TDA funding sources and select eligible projects that meet established criteria. 000063 • Continue the cooperative effort on the North/South Corridor Study. • In conjunction with SCAG and regional agencies, support the development of a Year 2000 Post-Cen Regional Travel Survey. Table 7 - Plans and Programs Program Costs FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change Personnel $232,251 $368,689 $432,644 $513,356 $441,000 $8,356 1.9% Professional 147,943 168,375 121,500 86,258 115,500 (6,000) 4.9% Support 124,876 101,414 279,675 31,333 35,300 (244,375) -87.4% Projects/Operations 1,883,153 2.197,783 4,644,275 3.616,854 4,398,000 (246,275) -5.3% Total $2,388,223 $2,836,261 $5,478,094 $4,247,801 $4,989,800 $(488,294) -8.9% Rail Program • Continue providing analysis and alternatives on the consideration of the San Jacinto Branch Line. • Staff will play an active role in the development of a statewide, high-speed passenger rail system, including routing of the backbone corridor through the Inland Empire. • Improve utilization and increase efficiency of commuter rail lines serving the county. • Continue efforts to reduce community impacts of rail infrastructure and operation. Table 8 - Rail Program Program Costs FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change Personnel $123,681 $190,027 $247,787 $298,972 $257,000 $9,213 3.7% Professional 130,016 112,497 150,000 151,204 155,000 5,000 3.3% Support 177,581 345,218 441,314 248,475 287,250 (154,064)-34.9°% Projects/Operations 3,419,013 4.374,126 3.933,000 3.839,592 4.697,450 764,450 19.4% Total $3,850,291 $5,021,868 $4,772,101 $4,538,243 $5,396,700 $624,599 111% Regional Issues • Route 91 HOT lane study. • Participation in LAX expansion discussion. • Analyze Routes 71/91 improvement study for possible implementation. • Manage the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Clean Fuels Opportunity fund. • Facilitate development of regional transportation solution that benefit Riverside County. 000064 • • • Table 9 — Regional Issues Program Costs Personnel Professional Support Projects/Operations Total FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change $0 $0 $127,941 $125,384 $108,000 $(19,941) -15.6% 0 0 33,000 43,869 42,500 9,500 28.8% O 0 81,506 43,352 17,600 (63,906) -78.4% O 0 25.000 0 5.000 (20.0001 -80.0% 120 $0 $267,447 $212,005 117,1,100 $(94,347) ,351% Capital Projects Development and Delivery • Design of Route 60 HOV lanes from the 60/1-215 to Redlands Blvd. • Construction of Route 74 street widening from 1-15 in City of Lake Elsinore to 7th Street in the City of Perris. • Construction of improvements along Route 111 at Gene Autry Trail in the City of Palm Springs, Monterey Avenue and Portola in the City of Palm Desert. • Right of way support and acquisition and construction activities will be performed from Monroe to Rubidoux in the City of Indio. • Design and construction of Phase II soundwalls and auxiliary lanes along.Route 91 from Magnolia to Mary St. • Construction of Tier II rail stations — Corona Main and Van Buren. • Track improvements along the San Jacinto subdivision to facilitate freight movement and for future commuter rail line. • Installation of a security system at the Pedley rail station and construction of station emergency platform. • Rehabilitation of the historic Santa Fe Depot in downtown Riverside. Table 10 - Capital Projects Development and Delivery Program Costs FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Dollar Percent Change Chance Personnel $149,685 $154,724 $210,510 $218,192 $168,115 $(42,395) -20.1% Professional 220,133 174,930 242,500 211,060 465,000 225,500 92.0% Support 242,948 3,223 120,495 33,869 28,900 (91,595) -76.0% Projects/Operations 63,624,281 42,167,728 58,643,779 43,639,961 84,269,428 25,625,649 43.7% Operating Transfer 0 0 0 0 35.380.025 35,380.025 100.0% Total $64,237,047 $42,500,606 $59217,284 $44,103,082 $120,311,468 $61.094.184 104.0% Special Transportation • Support innovative programs which provide transit assistance in hard to serve rural areas or for riders having very special transit needs. • Evaluate the results of the consolidated feasibility study and plan specialized transit service levels in Westem County. • Provide matching funds to receive Section 5310 federal grants to assure availability of funds. 000065 Table 11 - Special Transportation Program Costs FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change Personnel $43,265 $69,552 $55,949 $44,595 $61,000 $5,051 9.0% Professional 0 58,334 2,500 1,176 0 (2,500)-100.0% Support 19,813 3,069 34,268 34,268 26,250 (8,018) -23.4% Projects/Operations 3.567,642 2,694,319 3,271,399 2,892,255 3,747,200 475,801 14.5% Total $3.630,720 $2,825,274 $3,364,116 $2,972,293 $3,834,450 $470,334 14.0% Commuter Assistance • • The Commission will continue operating its cote rideshare programs; namely Club Ride, the Commuter Exchange, and bus -pool subsidies. • Inland Empire Commuter Services will continue to be managed by the Commission to support voluntary employer programs aimed at encouraging employees to rideshare. • Carryover SB836 funding will be used to fund supplemental programs, which includes a State Route 60 Corridor Campaign • Continue to monitor Rule 2202 requirements. • Southern California Rideshare is a regional rideshare core services program providing common services to five southern California counties. Table 12 - Commuter Assistance Program Costs FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change Personnel $97,851 $125,181 $103,830 $123,667 $107,000 $3,170 3.1% Professional 21,656 22,643 21,500 21,461 0 (21,500)-100.0% Support 44,811 0 186,856 76,258 394,275 207,419 11 f.0% Projects/Operations 1,141,427 1,203,575 1,397,544 1,044,831 1,733,900 336,356 24.1% Total $1,305,745 $1,351,399 $1,709,730 $1,266,217 $2,235,175 $525,445 30.7% Motorist Assistance • Explore cost effective ways to provide access to persons with disabilities. • Evaluation of service expansion for Freeway Service Patrol. • Dispatching services will be reviewed for possible privatization. • 110 000066 • Table 13 - Motorist Assistance Program FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Costs Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change Personnel Professional Support Projects/Operations Capital Outlay Total $112,378 $103,680 $104,347 $118,533 $81,240 $(23,107) -22.1% 77,016 61,135 93,500 54,503 76,500 (17,000) -18.2% 80,453 106,443 103,046 37,057 36,715 (66,331) -64.4% 1,453,793 1,336,039 1,673,058 1,278,531 1,680,920 7,862 0.5% 0 70,343 0 0 0 0 0.0% $1,723,640 $1,677,639 $1,973,951 $1,488,624 $1,875.375 $(98,576) -5.0% Property Management • Maintain the order, safety and security of the Commission owned properties. • Determine the highest and best use of Commission owned property. • Generate a revenue stream, to support the costs of maintaining Commission owned real property. Table 14 - Property Management Program FY 97/98 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Costs Actual Actual Budget Proj Actual Proposed Change Change Personnel N/A $71,104 $93,118 $77,416 $70,000 $(23,118) -24.8% Professional N/A 23,266 60,000 35,379 50,000 (10,000) -16.7% Support N/A 0 18,258 7,304 7,650 (10,608) -58.1% Projects/Operations N/A 40,231 27,576 46,845 75,250 47,674 172.9% Capital Outlay N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0.0% Total N/A $134,601 $198,952 $166,944 $202,900 $3,948 2.0% TABLE 15 FUND BALANCES - BY PROGRAM AND GEOGRAPHIC AREA Western County Eastem County Non Measure A Other Total Reserved: Highway/Rail $28,647,883 $2,790,666 $31,438,549 Special Transportation 2,959,176 2,959,176 Commuter Assistance 4,051,998 4,051,998 Regional Arterial 9,308,692 9,308,692 Streets & Roads Transit 4,052,747 3,045,459 7,098,206 Debt Service 15,915,062 7,912,425 14,337,229 38,164,716 Loans Receivable 12,639,800 12,639,800 Prepaid Rent 1,004,018 1,004,018 Designated: Motorist Assistance 2,592,906 2,592,906 Contingency 6,382,954 0 6,382,954 Unreserved 0 0 0 4,139,692 4,139.692 $69,881,546 $20,011,783 $6,645,653 $21,522,380 $119,780,708 000067 TABLE 16 BUDGET COMPARATIVE BY SOURCES OF REVENUE: Operating Revenues Sales Tax Revenues Sales Tax TDA Planning/Admin. Sales Tax TDA Transit Alloc. STA Transit Allocation SAFE Fees Reimbursement Other Revenue Investment Income Total Operating Revenues Debt Proceeds Total Sources of Funds EXPENDITURES: Personnel Salary & Benefits Prof. & Support Expenditures Professional: General Legal Bond Counsel Financial Services Audit Services Professional Services - Other Total Professional Costs -Support Costs Total Prof. and Support Costs Projects and Operations: Projects -General Station Operations SAFE Operations Towing Services Commuter Assistance Highway Engineering Rail Engineering Highway Construction Rail Construction Highway Right of Way Rail Right of Way Hwy. and Rail Special Studies SCRRA Contribution Regional Transportation LTF Disbursements STA Disbursements Regional Arterial Total Project and Oper. Costs Debt Service Principal Payments Interest Payments Total Debt Service Capital Outlay Expenditures before Distributions and Operating Transfers Operating Transfers Operating Transfer In Operating Transfer Out Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over Expenditures Contingency Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over Expenditures after Contingency Fund Balance, July 1 Ending Fund Balance SUMMARIZED LINE ITEM FY 97/98 Actual $ 63,496,222 1,197,000 4,124,434 1,982,721 1,060,791 9,539,357 2,546,996 5,004,028 88,951,549 61,429,211 150,380,760 FY 98/99 FY 99/00 FY 99/00 FY 00/01 Dollar Percent Actual Budget Projected Proposed Change Change $ 70,396,829 $ 73,487,000 $ 77,762,565 $ 80,500,000 $7,013,000 9.5% 1,294,500 1,555,263 1,948,684 1,631,491 76,228 4.9% 4,153,679 5,600,000 4,892,000 4,892,000 (708,000) -12.6% 2,423,019 2,395,666 2,395,000 2,455,000 59,334 2.5% 1,118,965 1,081,200 1,001,619 1,100,000 18,800 1.7% 5,331,936 9,508,645 1,781,275 24,831,958 15,323,313 161.2% 2,430,986 3,124,263 1,422,132 2,772,756 (351,507) -11.3% 5,256.073 3,678,164 3,972,450 4,032,000 • 354,836 9.6% 92,405,986 100,430,201 95,175,725 122,216,205 21,786,004 21.7% 0 0 0 34,500,000 34,500,000 0.0% 92,405,986 100,430,201 95,175,725 156,716,205 56,286,004 56.0% 1,647,688 1,839,993 2,206,299 2,141,299 2,339,670 133,371 6.0% 394,635 20,529 54,834 388,939 531,388 1,390,325 777,435 2,167,760 1,859,105 756,036 1,064,975 523,458 1,141,427 1,260,031 487,948 7,044,877 4,468,611 1,176,862 402,279 353,542 1,316,099 30,466,257 309,000 1,535,401 21,035.529 75,201,437 328,223 355,000 355,000 569,500 214,500 60.4% 3,108 10,000 10,000 10,000 0 0.0% 184,096 210,000 200,500 150,000 (60,000) -28.6% 378,870 419,000 419,000 402,500 (16,500) -3.9% 684,902 997,056 947,056 1,077,495 80,439 8.1% 1,579,199 1,991,056 1,931,556 2,209,495 218,439 12.2% 1.017,161 1,649,270 1,604,270 1,824,416 175,146 10.6% 2,596,360 3,640,326 3,535,826 4,033,911 393,585 10.8% 1,610,057 1,753,900 1,728,900 2,171,110 484,210 27.6% 475,707 648,000 594,000 646,500 (1,500) -0.2% 662,168 700,900 615,900 395,710 (305,190) -43.5% 673,871 972,158 922,158 941,000 (31,158) -3.2° 1,203,575 1,372,544 1,266,217 1,733,900 361,356 26.3 1,123,727 3,274,915 984,833 4,504,972 1,230,057 37.6% 231,953 1,297,150 713,113 2,165,000 867,850 66.9% 4,285,692 11,590,776 3,941,735 9,576,999 (2,038,776) -17.6% 2,723,541 5,941,250 2,854,360 11,541,000 5,599,750 .94.3% 467,798 1,710,729 295,910 14,358,556 12,647,827 739.3% 22,353 622,352 670,000 1,023,000 400,648 64.4% 5,714 1,805,000 1,240,867 1,548,000 (257,000) -14.2% 3,938,650 0 3,149,719 3,916,200 3,916,200 0.0% 26,245,069 34,753,507 28,172,108 34,612,200 (141,307) -0.4% 397,295 518,609 518,609 620,000 101,391 19.6% 1,784,511 2,395,666 1,672,249 2,455,000 59,334 2.5% 3.385,620 4,230,599 6,230,599 8,356,000 4,125,401 97.5% 49,237,301 73,588,055 55,571,277 100,565,148 27,019,093 36.7% 17,629,705 20,742,747 22,720,667 22,720,667 0.0% 12,896,052 9.805,886 12,658,452 12.658,452 0.0% 0 30,525,757 0 30,548,633 35,379,119 35,379,119 0.0% 306,660 113.247 86,000 86,000 46,500 (39,500) -45.9% 79,323,545 75,343,579 154,667,124 (4,286,364) 0 (4,286,364) 99,929,196 $ 95,642,832 84,312,658 8,093,328 0 8,093.328 95,642,832 $ 103,736,160 84,312,658 79,520,680 91,883,035 142,364,347 62,910,668 79.1% 0 30,600,225 0 4,925,800 16.1% 35,526,025 35,526,025 0.0% 35,526,025 35,526,025 0.0% 110,120,905 91,883,035 142,364,347 32,310,443 29.3% (9,690,704) 3,292,690 14,351,857 23,975,561-247.4% -1,600,000 1,600,000 0 1,600.000-100.0% (11,290,704) 1,692,690 14,284,857 25.575,561-226.5% 86,586,845 103,736,160 105,428,850 18,842,005 21.8% $ 75,296,141 $105,428,850 $ 119,780,708 $44,417,566 59.0° 000068 TABLE 17 BUDGET EXPENDITURES SUMMARIZED BY FUND TYPE General Fund Total Personnel Salary and Benefits $1,859,537 Special Revenue Total Capital Projects Total $480,133 Professional and Support Expenditures General Legal Services 167,410 402,090 Special Legal Services 10,000 Financial Services 141,600 8,400 Audit Services 331,350 71,150 Professional Services - Other 883,874 131,620 Total Professional and Support Services 1,534,234 443,260 Support Costs 1,354,097 544,369 Total Professional and Support Services 2,888,331 987,629 Project and Operations Expenditures Projects - General 776,250 5,079,920 Highway and Rail Engineering 6,669,972 Highway and Rail Construction 21,093,000 Highway and Rail ROW 15,381,556 Special Studies 1,458,000 115,000 Special Transportation/Transit 3,916,200 3,747,200 STA Disbursements 2,455,000 Regional Arterial 8,356,000 Total Project and Operational Expenditures 6,150,450 62,897,648 Other Expenditures Special Transportation/Streets and 30,865,000 Roads LTF Disbursements Capital Outlay Total Other Expenditures 620,000 43, 710 2 790 663,710 30,867,790 0 0 0 0 Other Financing (Sources) Uses Operating Debt transfers in 0 (213,000) Operating Transfers out 35,526,025 .Total Other Financing (Sources) Uses 0 0 0 Contingencies 0 0 Total Expenditures 11,562,028 130,716,225 0 Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures (808.054) (22,190,994) 36,788,000 Beginning Fund Balance 3,871,717 75,346,546 8,313,775 Ending Fund Balance $3,063.663 $53,155,552 $45,101,775 000069 Table 18- STATE HIGHWAY AND RAIL PROGRAMS Project Description .81000 Project General Program management and contract administration (Bechtel Corp.) Park N Ride Leases Program support costs TOTAL PROJECT GENERAL $1,550,000 53,900 75.000 $1,678,900 81100 Highway Engineering Interstate 10-Apache Trail Interchange design $300,000 Route 60-HOV 60/1-215 to Redlands Blvd 1,450,000 Route 74-1-15 to 7th Street highway widening 1,450,972 Route 79-Lamb Canyon Environmental 12,000 Route 79-Realignment PSR & Project report 630,000 Route 91-Soundwalls Final Design and Construction Support 400,000 Route 91-Material testing services 75,000 Route 91-Surveying support services 35,000 Route 111-San Luis Rey design 48,000 Route 111-El Paseo/Cabrillo design 32,000 Route 111-Town Central/EI Paseo design 48,000 Route 111-Portola Ave design 14,000 Surveying support services 10,000 SUBTOTAL HIGHWAY ENGINEERING $4,504,972 81100 Rail Engineering San Jacinto Branch Line engineering support $100,000 Santa Fe Depot rehabilitation 100,000 San Jacinto Branch line Preliminary Engineering/environmental 500,000 clearance. Survey Support Services rail stations 40,000 Material Testing Services rail stations 25,000 Tier II station design (Van Buren & Corona Main) 1.400.000 SUBTOTAL RAIL ENGINEERING 2,165,000 TOTAL HIGHWAY & RAIL ENGINEERING $6,669,972 81300 Highway Construction Route 74-1-15 to Wasson Street widening Project Route 79-Right turn lanes Plant establishment Route 91 soundwalls Route 91-Soundwall PHII — Magnolia to Mary Route 111-Gene Autry Trail $3,000,000 100,000 800,00 2,700,000 738,000 • • • 000070 Route 111-Monterey Ave Project 795,014 Route 111-Portola in the City of Palm Desert 329,926 Route 111-Monroe to Rubidoux 1,061,000 Landscape Management - several projects 28.000 SUBTOTAL HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION $9,551,940 81300 Rail Construction San Jacinto Branch Line track improvements $500,000 Pedley station security system installation 741,250 Pedley station emergency platform 300,000 Tier II Station (Van Buren/Corona Main) 9,599,810 Santa Fe Depot rehabilitation 400.000 SUBTOTAL RAIL CONSTRUCTION $11,541,060 TOTAL HIGHWAY & RAIL CONSTRUCTION $21,093.000 81400 Highway Right of Way Route 74-1-15 to 7th Street advance right of way acquisitions $12,844,652 Route 74-Right of way support services 700,000 Route 91-Temporary construction easements PHII 150,000 Route 91-Van Buren I/C ROW Acquisition & Appraisals 643,904 Route 111-County of Riverside support services 20,000 Route 111-ROW Acquisition Monroe to Rubidoux project 100.000 SUBTOTAL HIGHWAY RIGHT OF WAY' $14,358,556 81400 Rail Right of Way Other $23,000 Rail station right of way purchases 1.000.000 SUBTOTAL RAIL RIGHT OF WAY $1,023,000 TOTAL HIGHWAY & RAIL RIGHT OF WAY $15,358,556 _ 81500 Highway & Rail Special Studies North/South Corridor Study $25,000 Countywide Origin & Destination study 100.000 TOTAL HIGHWAY & RAIL SPECIAL STUDIES $225,000 000071 AG NbA ITEM 18 1 • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 22, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: David W. Shepherd, Director of Intergovernmental and Legislative Affairs THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: State and Federal Legislative Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) adopt the following bill positions: a) AB 2054 (Torlakson) - Support With Amendments, b) AB 2848 (Firebaugh) - Support, c) HR 3630 and S. 1144 - Seek Amendments, d) HR 3700 and S.1900 - Seek Amendments, 2) receive and file the State and Federal Legislative Update, and 3) forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: • State Update Responding to the Governor's transportation financing proposal, both Senate Pro Tempore John Burton and Assembly Speaker Robert Hertzberg have announced the creation of a Conference Committee to address the fiscal and policy implications of the Governor's plan. The legislative vehicle for any proposal created by the Conference Committee will be SB 315 (Burton) which was the General Obligation Transportation Bond measure from last year. However, it is important to note that use of SB 315 does not imply bonds will be part of the final Committee product. Rather, the bill is simply well placed in the legislative process and germane to the Committee's topic of consideration. The Conference Committee members will be: Senator Burton, Senator Karnette, Senator Kelley, Assemblyman Hertzberg, Assemblyman Baugh, and Assemblyman Florez. Assemblyman Torlakson will serve as a Democratic alternate. The committee is expected to begin work the week of May 15. Staff will provide an oral update to the Budget and Implementation Committee. Staff has analyzed and recommends the following State bill positions: AB 2054 (Torlakson) - Creates the Inter -Regional Partnership State Pilot Project to lip improve the balance of jobs and housing. Staff recommends: SUPPORT WITH AMENDMENTS. The staff analysis is attached to this report. 00007al AB 2848 (Firebaugh) - Creates the Environmental Permit Streamlining Panel. Staff recommends: SUPPORT. The staff analysis is attached to this report. Federal Update On Monday, May 8, 2000 the House Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee released its mark-up of the House Transportation Appropriations legislation. The full House Appropriations Committee is expected to release its final appropriations legislation by May 16, 2000. The funds marked for San Bernardino County are as follows: $800K Downtown San Bernardino Station $3.2M Omnitrans Intermodal Facility $2M Metrolink, San Bernardino Line Siding West of Pomona Southern California Logistical Airport was not given any appropriation but "report" language on the project was included. This means it will be given priority consideration in the appropriations of Airport Improvement Program .(AIP) funds, which this committee does not earmark. It is possible the Senate may earmark AIP funds and the House might follow. The funds marked for Riverside County are: $1 million for CETAP It is important to note that these are earmarks from the House Subcommittee which will receive review by the full House Appropriations Committee. Further, the Senate.. Appropriations earmarks have not yet been released. Any differences between the two houses will be resolved in a conference committee. Staff will provide updates as information becomes available. Staff has analyzed and recommends the following Federal bill positions: S. 1900 (Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ) And HR 3700 (Amo Houghton, R-NY) These identical bills would amend the Revenue Code of 1986 and give Amtrak the authority to sell $10 billion in bonds for high-speed rail development over the next ten years and allow a tax credit to holders of the bonds. The bill also would require a 20% match by States receiving funding from the bonds. Staff recommends: SEEK AMENDMENTS. The staff analysis is attached to this report. S. 1144 (George V. Voinovich, R-OH) And HR 3630 (Johnny Isakson, R-GA) These identical bills would allow states the option to spend Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ), Surface Transportation Program (STP) and National Highway System (NHS) funds on intercity passenger services. Staff recommends: SEEK AMENDMENTS. The staff analysis is attached to this report. • 000073 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION CO POSITIONS O AB 44 (McClintock) AB 276 (Longville) AB 1303 (Florez) AB 1612 (Torlakson, Florez) AB 1425 (Runner) Would require Caltrans and local authorities to redesignate all existing HOV lanes as mixed flow. Would redirect a portion of sales and gas taxes currently going to the General Fund to the Public Transportation Account. Would allocate $300 million from the State Highway Account to cities and counties for local street and road repair. Would allocate $400 million from the General Fund to the Public Transportation Account to cities and counties for local street and road repair. Provides Statutory Direction to Caltrans to insure more TEA21 funds flow directly to regions. SSION/SAN BERNARDINO ATE LEGISLATION Bill Statu Referred to Assembly Transportation Committee. This bill is dead due to failure to pass out of house of origin by Jan. 31, 2000. Passed the Assembly Floor on Revenue, Tax and Transportation 14-2 on 5/10/99. This bill is dead due to failure to pass out of house of origin by Jan. 31, 2000. Passed Assembly (different version) 78-0 on May 17, 1999. Referred to Senate Transportation Committee on 3/2/00 no hearing date yet. Passed Assembly (different version) 60-20 on June 6, 1999. On 5/1/00 passed Senate Transportation Committee 7-0. Referred to the Senate Appropriations Committee — no hearing date yet. -Passed the Assembly Floor 50-23 on 5/27/99. On 7/6 passed the Senate Transportation Committee 7-2. Referred to the Senate Appropriations Committee. Placed on Appropriations suspense file. OPPOSE ASSOCIATED GOVEFOENTS NO RECOMMENDATION OPPOSE SUPPORT SUPPORT Date of Boar Adoption. SANBAG 3/3/99 RCTC 3/10/99 SANBAG 4/7/99 RCTC 4/14/99 SANBAG 03/01/00 RCTC 03/08/00 SANBAG 03/01/00 RCTC 03/08/00 SANBAG 5/5/99 RCTC 5/12/99 o:llegmat-dws.doc Legislation/Author Description Bill Status Position Date of Board Adoption AB 1703 (Florez, Costa) Redesignates the terms of the High Speed Rail Authority. Referred to Assembly to Assembly Appropriations Committee. On 4/12/00 set first hearing referred to Appropriations suspense file — no heanng date yet. WATCH SANBAG 03/01/00 RCTC 03/08/00 AB 1951 (Longville) Would make SCRRA member agencies eligible for state transit assistance funds generated by Metrolink revenue On 4/24/00 passed Assembly Transportation Committee 18-0. Referred to Assembly Appropriations Committee — no hearing date yet. STAFF RECOMMENDS: CO-SPONSOR ' SANBAG 5/3/00 RCTC 5/10/00 AB 2054 (Torlakson, D- Contra Costa) Creates the Inter- Regional Partnership State Pilot Project to Improve the Balance of Jobs and Housing. On 5/1/00 passed Assembly House and Community Development Committee 10-1. Referred to the Assembly Appropriations Committee — No hearing date yet. SUPPORT WITH AMENDMENTS. AB 2373 (Longville) Would set up a statewide formula for call box funding that is more representative of the highway miles and population within a county rather than just on the number of vehicles registered with the county. On 4/13/00 passed Assembly Transportation Committee 1-6. Referred to Assembly Appropriations Committee — no hearing date yet. SUPPORT RCTC/SANBAG SPONSOR AS PART OF THE ADOPTED STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM. SANBAG 5/3/00 ROTC 5/10/00 AB 2848 (Marco Firebau h, D — East Los Angeles Environmental Permit Streamlining Panel. In Assembly Transportation Committee — hearing date set for 5/15/00. 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Y{ :C^ 1 4j :. �{ �, .e � �.: �.� ,,.:, 3 r.� . s?'.c , i �w e.,.z.: ,.. .::.' 1;. ,� =,;uon Aso ,� .,, .�. d ray, ,.. .. 3..x� H3�.rot, ,i -.,. . d;�` � 4,114 i ��z„k -c;. . , a. +s.: .,...... .., +s. a ,J a:._- At ��,�- ��11�8 ���.��,_.,� �= R. c ..� ����. ..�uQi;1:113saa..�� `-�� .,,�.� -�� �QWvnuo_:. elsi�� *RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMI ON/SAN BERNARDINO ASSOCIATED GOVERNM S POSITIONS ON �ERAL LEGISLATION HR 3160 (Don Young, R- AK) HR 3630 (Johnny Isakson, R-GA) HR 3700 (Amo Houghton) S 1144 (George V. Voinovichh, R-OH) S 1900 (Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ) Common Sense Protections for Endangered Species Act Would Permit State Use of STP and CMRQ Funds for Intercity Rail Operations. Would amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Permit Amtrak Sale of $10 Billion in Bonds. Bill Status Two Committee Hearings (2/2/00 and 3/2/00) Held by the House Committee on Resources — No Action Taken. SUPPORT Date of Board Adoption Would Permit Use of STP and CMAQ Funds for Intercity Rail Operations Would Amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Permit Amtrak Sale of $10 Billion in Bonds. Awaiting Action in the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Ground Transportation. Awaiting Action in the House Ways and Means Committee. SEEK AMENDMENTS SEEK AMENDMENTS Awaiting Action in the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Ground Transportaion Awaiting Action in the House Ways and Means Committee. SEEK AMENDMENTS SEEK AMENDMENTS Date of Analysis: May 9, 2000 Bill Number/Author: AB 2054 (Tom Torlakson, D - Contra Costa) Subject: Creates the Inter -Regional Partnership State Pilot Project to Improve the Balance of Jobs and Housing. Status: Passed Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee 10-0 on April 25, 2000. Set for Hearing in Assembly Appropriations Committee May 17, 2000. Summary: AB 2054 would do the following_ 1) States legislative intent to establish a pilot project to evaluate incentives designed to mitigate current jobs -housing imbalances. 2) Makes findings and declarations with respect to the significant increases in population and jobs in the San Francisco Bay Area over the next two decades and notes the significant shortfall in projected new housing units to be built during that time. 3) Make findings and declarations as to projected increases in population in Central Valley communities without a commensurate number of new jobs. 4) Declares, among other things, that the Inter -Regional Partnership (IRP) pilot project is intended to address multi jurisdictional land use planning issues. 5) States as among the goals of the pilot project, to encourage job development near available housing and housing to be located near major employment centers and to encourage housing and job development along transit lines. 6) Requires the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to monitor the IRP pilot project. 7) Provides that the pilot project shall consist of: a) research and development; and b) implementation. 8) Requires the IRP to meet with local jurisdictions and the public to evaluate proposed sites. 9) Requires the first phase of the pilot project to include: a) An integrated Geographic Information System (GIS) to include: demographic data; projected growth data; transportation information; land use information; and environmental data. 0:\ab2054-dws.doc 000079 b) A description of the incentive program to apply to the jobs -housing opportunity sites. c) Recommendations for establishing five to 10 Inter -Regional Partnership Jobs -Housing Opportunity Sites. 10) Requires the second phase of the pilot project to include: a) Establishment of at least 5, but fewer than 10 IRP Jobs -Housing Opportunity Sites. b) Reports on the results of GIS analysis. c) Memorandum of understanding between the IRP and each jurisdiction with a site, and any appropriate state agencies, outlining outcomes and incentives for stated outcomes. 11) Defines "IRP" as the organization of elected officials from Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus counties as well as cities within those counties, as organized by the Association of Bay Area Governments, the San Joaquin Council of Governments, and the Stanislaus Council of Governments. 12) Defines "incentives" as: a) Tax credits, property tax returns, and CEQA streamlining for development of multifamily residential construction in employment centers and job generating projects in housing centers. b) Loans for "up -front" planning and environmental evaluations to streamline permitting processes. c) Pooling redevelopment funds. d) Use of tax increment financing for "jobs -housing" _ opportunity sites. 13) Defines "jobs -housing opportunity zone" as a zone selected by the pilot project to mitigate jobs and housing imbalances in the target counties, provided it meets the following: a) No smaller than 50 acres and no larger than 500 acres; b) Contains vacant land suitable for urban use; c) Is created for the purpose of providing housing or jobs in areas that need one or the other and otherwise supports development that will improve the jobs -housing imbalance within the IRP area; d) Is eligible to receive incentives; e) Infrastructure and transit service are adequately provided; 14) Requires monitoring during the implementation of the pilot project, by a qualified consultant and a report to be submitted by the IRP to HCD by July 31, 2004 Staff Comments As Chair of the Assembly Transportation Committee, Assemblyman Torlakson, has been a leader in the area of growth and mobility related policy. AB 2054 illustrates Assemblyman Torlakson's awareness of and desire to appropriately address both the current and future population dilemma facing California. As such, the pilot project envisioned by AB 2054 is appropriate. 0:\ab2054-dws.doc 000080 Nevertheless, the pilot project AB 2054 would put forth deals with the Northern California Bay Area situation and includes no recognition of the current and impending dilemma in Southern California - specifically, the Inland Empire. Staff recommends adopting a Support with Amendment position on AB 2054. If approved, staff will work with the author to craft amendments recognizing the jobs/housing balance situation in Southern California and requiring a pilot project similar to the one currently described but more applicable to the Southern California region. Staff Recommendation: SUPPORT WITH AMENDMENTS 0:kab2054-dws.doc 000081 Date of Analysis: May 9, 2000 Bill Number/Author: AB 2848 (Marco Firebaugh, D - East Los Angeles) Subject: Environmental Permit Streamlining Panel. Status: Set for Hearing in Assembly Transportation Committee on May 15, 2000. Summary: AB 2848 would do the following: • Require the Department of Transportation to seek authorization, no later than July 30, 2001, from the Federal Highway Administration to designate the California Environmental Quality as a recognized process for transportation project delivery purposes under the National Environmental Policy Act. • Create the Environmental Permit Review Streamlining Panel; consisting of the Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing, the Secretary of Trade and Commerce, and the Secretary of Resources. The panel shall hear and approve or deny requests for time extensions and appeals made for environmental permits. • Require that within 15 working days of receiving -an application from the Department of Transportation or a local agency for an environmental permit for any transportation project, the permitting agency shall either issue the permit with any conditions the permitting agency deems necessary or shall deny the permit. • Require that if the permitting agency fails to act upon the permit within 15 working days, the permit shall be deemed approved, unless the Environmental Permit Review Streamlining Panel grants a time extension. If the permitting agency is unable to issue or deny a permit within 15 working days, it may file an appeal for a time extension with the panel. • Allow any permitting agency affected by this article to adopt procedures for processing of expedited permit requests. • Require that if the permitting agency denies an environmental permit, or if the department or local agency determines that a permit issued imposes unreasonable conditions that would lead to a significant delay in transportation project delivery, the department or local agency may file an appeal with the Environmental Permit Review Streamlining Panel. • State that if, at a duly noticed public meeting, the panel reviews a permit or a denial of a permit for which the Department of Transportation or local agency had filed an appeal and finds that the project is necessary for the immediate preservation of the O:\ab20544dws.doc 000082 public peace, health, or safety, the panel may waive the permit, amend any condition established by the permit, or issue a permit that has been denied by the permitting agency. • Declare that the bill is an urgency measure to take affect immediately. Staff Comments Transportation projects, like many others construction endeavors, often experience costly delays and unpredictable outcomes resulting from the environmental permitting process. While the merits of habitat preservation are appropriate priorities for public agencies, the implementation of such preservation efforts should be more predictable and considerate of their economic impacts. AB 2848, by streamlining the process and prohibiting the addition of conditions late in the process, may. result in cost savings and more timely, predictable results as transportation projects are planned and implemented. Staff Recommendation: SUPPORT 0:lab2054-aws.aoc • • • 000083 Date of Analysis: May 9, 2000 Bill Number/Author: HR 3630 (Johnny Isakson, R- GA) Subject: Would Permit State Use of STP and CMAQ Funds for Intercity Rail Operations Status: Awaiting Action in the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Ground Transportation Summary: HR 3630, and its companion measure in the Senate (S. 1144), would give states additional flexibility in the allocation of their Federal transportation dollars by permitting expenditure of Surface Transportation Program (STP), Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and National Highway System (NHS) funds on Intercity Rail passenger services. Current law limits the expenditure of the STP and CMAQ funds to congestion/expansion strategies for roads and highways as well as transit capital, not operations. Current law also limits the expenditure of NHS funds to federally designated highways and significant roadways. Staff Comments Providing additional decision making authority to States, as HR 3630 would do, certainly falls in line with the existing transportation funding environment in California where 75% of State Transportation Improvement Program funds are programmed by regional agencies such as the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) and the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG). The additional flexibility offered by HR 3630 most certainly is welcome. Nevertheless, seeing the flexibility relates to Intercity Rail, which is provided by Amtrak, and that such service in the Inland Empire is limited, recognition of the extensive commuter passenger rail service provided (via Metrolink) to the Inland Empire and other Southland county residents is appropriate. As defined by Federal law, Intercity Rail service is one that travels longer distances during off-peak times versus Commuter Rail service which operates along shorter distances during peak -periods. Relating these two services to Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, clearly, the commuter rail service offers a greater public good at a far less costly public subsidy. In California, Intercity per passenger miles subsidies for the San Joaquin line are $.17 per mile and $.34 per mile for the Capitol line. Whereas, Metrolink per passenger mile subsidies for the Riverside line are $.11 per mile and $.08 per mile for the San Bernardino Line. 0:\hr3639-dws.doc 000084 Recognizing the merits of commuter rail and the goal of HR 3630 effort to provide greater flexibility to States and therefore, additional funds to passenger rail services, staff recommends seeking amendments to HR 3630 which would allow states to the flexibility to use STP, CMAQ and NHS funds for all forms of rail services - at the discretion of the region affected. Staff Recommendation: SEEK AMENDMENTS • • • 000085 0:Utt3639-dws.doc Date of Analysis: May 9, 2000 Bill Number/Author: S. 1144 (George V. Voinovich, R-OH) Subject: Would Permit State Use of STP and CMAQ Funds for Intercity Rail Operations Status: Awaiting Action in the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works Summary: S. 1144, and its companion measure in the House (HR 3630), would give states additional flexibility in the allocation of their Federal transportation dollars by permitting expenditure of Surface Transportation Program (STP), Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and National Highway System (NHS) funds on Intercity Rail passenger services. Current law limits the expenditure of the STP and CMAQ funds to congestion/expansion strategies for roads and highways as well as transit capital, not operations. Current law also limits the expenditure of NHS funds to federally designated highways and significant roadways. Staff Comments Providing additional decision making authority to States, as S. 1144 would do, certainly falls in line with the existing transportation funding environment in California where 75% of State Transportation Improvement Program funds are programmed by regional agencies such as the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) and the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG). The additional flexibility offered by S. 1144 most certainly is welcome. Nevertheless, seeing the flexibility relates to Intercity Rail, which is provided by Amtrak, and that such service in the Inland Empire is limited, recognition of the extensive commuter passenger rail service provided (via Metrolink) to the Inland Empire and other Southland county residents is appropriate. As defined by Federal law, Intercity Rail service is one that travels longer distances during off-peak times versus Commuter Rail service which operates along shorter distances during peak -periods. Relating these two services to Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, clearly, the commuter rail service offers a greater public good at a far less costly public subsidy. In California, Intercity per passenger miles subsidies for the San Joaquin line are $.17 per mile and $.34 per mile for the Capitol line. Whereas, Metrolink per passenger mile subsidies for the Riverside line are $.11 per mile and $.08 per mile for the San Bernardino Line. O:Uv3639-dws.doc 000086 Recognizing the merits of commuter rail and the goal of S. 1144 effort to provide greater flexibility to States and therefore, additional funds to passenger rail services, staff recommends seeking amendments to S. 1144 which would allow states to the flexibility to use STP, CMAQ and NHS funds for all forms of rail services - at the discretion of the region affected. Staff Recommendation: SEEK AMENDMENTS 00008'7 0:Uv3639-dws.doc Date of Analysis: May 9, 2000 Bill Number/Author: HR 3700 (Amo Houghton) Subject: Would Amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Permit Amtrak Sale of $10 Billion in Bonds. Status: Awaiting Action in the House Ways and Means Committee Summary: HR 3700, and its companion measure in the Senate (S. 1900), would amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to give Amtrak the authority to sell $10 billion in high-speed rail bonds over the next 10 years and allow a tax credit to holders of the bonds issued by Amtrak. The bond proceeds would be used for developing high-speed rail corridors around the nation. The bill also allows for a maximum expenditure of 10% of the bond proceeds on non -high-speed upgrades. As a federally designated High Speed Rail Corridor, California would be eligible for a significant portion of the funds raised by the bond sales. The bill would require states to provide a 20% match of the funds spent. Both the match funds provided by the states and interest earned would be placed in an escrow account, to ensure repayment of the bonds. State contributions above 20% could be applied directly toward the project. Staff Comments Creative efforts such as HR 3700 to provide additional funding for passenger rail service clearly signal an awareness of the additional funding necessary to maintain adequate transit service throughout the nation. Nevertheless, seeing that the additional funding HR 3700 would provide relates to Intercity Rail, which is provided by Amtrak, and that such service in the Inland Empire is limited, recognition of the extensive commuter passenger rail service provided (via Metrolink) to the Inland Empire and other Southland county residents is appropriate. Further, the 20% state match required by HR 3700 places a substantial funding burden on any state wishing to avail itself of these dollars. As defined by Federal law, Intercity Rail service is one that travels longer distances during off-peak times versus Commuter Rail service which operates along shorter distances during peak -periods. Relating these two services to Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, clearly, commuter rail service offers a greater public good at a far less costly public subsidy. In California, Intercity per passenger mile subsidies for the San Joaquin line are $.17 per mile and $.34 per mile for the Capitol line. Whereas, Metrolink per passenger mile subsidies for the Riverside line are $.11 per mile and $.08 per mile for the San Bernardino Line. 0:\hr3700-dws.doc 000088 Recognizing the merits of commuter rail and the goal of HR 3700 effort to provide additional passenger rail funding, staff recommends seeking amendments to HR 3700 which would allow states to the flexibility to use the bond funds for all forms of rail services - at the discretion of the region affected. Additionally, staff recommends seeking an amendment to ensure that areas not receiving the benefit of whatever service is funded by the bonds, not be negatively impacted (via Regional Choice allocations) by the 20% match HR 3700 requires states to provide. Staff Recommendation: SEEK AMENDMENTS 000089 0:Thr3700-dws.doc • • • Date of Analysis: May 9, 2000 Bill Number/Author: S 1900 (Frank Lautenberg, D-NJ) Subject: Would Amend the Revenue and Taxation Code to Permit Amtrak Sale of $10 Billion in Bonds. Status: Awaiting Action in the Senate Committee on Finance Summary: S 1900, and its companion measure in the House (HR 3700), would amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to give Amtrak the authority to sell $10 billion in high-speed rail bonds over the next 10 years and allow a tax credit to holders of the bonds issued by Amtrak. The bond proceeds would be used for developing high-speed rail corridors around the nation. The bill also allows for a maximum expenditure of 10% of the bond proceeds on non -high-speed upgrades. As a federally designated High Speed Rail Corridor, California would be eligible for a significant portion of the funds raised by the bond sales. The bill would require states to provide a 20% match of the funds spent. Both the match funds provided by the states and interest earned would be placed in an escrow account, to ensure repayment of the bonds. State contributions above 20% could be applied directly toward the project. Staff Comments Creative efforts such as S 1900 to provide additional funding for passenger rail service clearly signal an awareness of the additional funding necessary to maintain adequate transit service throughout the nation. Nevertheless, seeing that the additional funding S 1900 would provide relates to Intercity Rail, which is provided by Amtrak, and that such service in the Inland Empire is limited, recognition of the extensive commuter passenger rail service provided (via Metrolink) to the Inland Empire and other Southland county residents is appropriate. Further, the 20% state match required by S 1900 places a substantial funding burden on any state wishing to avail itself of these dollars. As defined by Federal law, Intercity Rail service is one that travels longer distances during off-peak times versus Commuter Rail service which operates along shorter distances during peak -periods. Relating these two services to Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, clearly, commuter rail service offers a greater public good at a far less costly public subsidy. In California, Intercity per passenger mile subsidies for the San Joaquin line are $.17 per mile and $.34 per mile for the Capitol line. Whereas, Metrolink per passenger mile subsidies for the Riverside line are $.11 per mile and $.08 per mile for the San Bernardino Line. 0: \ s 1 900-dws.doc 000090 Recognizing the merits of commuter rail and the goal of S 1900 effort to provide additional passenger rail funding, staff recommends seeking amendments to S 1900 which would allow states to the flexibility to use the bond funds for all forms of rail services - at the discretion of the region affected. Additionally, staff recommends seeking an amendment to ensure that areas not receiving the benefit of whatever service is funded by the bonds, not be negatively impacted (via Regional Choice allocations) by the 20% match S 1900 requires states to provide. Staff Recommendation: SEEK AMENDMENTS 000091 0:\s1900-dws.doc Date of Analysis: May 9, 2000 Bill Number/Author: HR. 3160 (Don Young, R - AK) Subject: Common Sense Protections for Endangered Species Act Status: Two Committee Hearings (2/2/00 and 3/2/00) Held by the House Committee on Resources - No Action Taken Summary: Titled the Common Sense Protections for Endangered Species Act, HR 3160 would, among other technical things, do the following: • Amends the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (ESA) to require the Secretary of Commerce or the Interior (hereafter the Secretary), as appropriate: (1) to accord greater weight and preference to empirical data rather than extrapolations developed through modeling, when making determinations as to whether a species is endangered or threatened; and (2) consider the future conservation benefits to be provided to the species under species conservation plans or management or conservation agreements in making such determinations. • Directs the Secretary to promulgate scientifically valid standards for rendering taxonomic determinations of species and subspecies. Requires such standards to provide that to be eligible for determination as a subspecies under the Act, a subspecies must be reproductively isolated from other subspecific population units and constitute an important component in the evolutionary legacy of the species. • Sets forth requirements for notification of State Governors and affected tribes to solicit advice as to whether the petitioned action is warranted. Provides for peer review of any determination that an action is warranted if it is in direct conflict with information submitted by a Governor or tribe. • Requires proposed regulations to implement endangered or threatened species determinations to be based on peer -reviewed scientific information that has been, to the maximum extent feasible, verified by field-testing. • Directs the Secretary, concurrently with a determination that a species warrants listing, to publish an analysis of the economic, social, and other public health, safety, and welfare effects the listing may have. • Bars permit or license applicants subject to consultation requirements regarding endangered or threatened species from being subject to new or additional requirements for the specific protection of any species beyond those identified in the Secretary's original statement. 0:Uu3160-aws.4oc onons2, • Prohibits the Secretary from requiring, as a condition of an incidental take permit, that a permittee for a public project take any measures to minimize or mitigate impacts of a taking: (1) if the costs of implementing such measures will exceed ten percent of the total project costs; or (2) for any activity that occurred prior to the date of permit issuance. Staff Comments Transportation projects, like many others construction endeavors, often experience costly delays and unpredictable outcomes resulting from the Federal Department of Fish and Wildlife interpretations of the Endangered Species Act. While the merits of habitat preservation are appropriate priorities for public agencies, the implementation of such preservation efforts should be more predictable and considerate of their economic impacts. HR 3160, by streamlining the process and prohibiting the addition of conditions late in the process, may result in cost savings and more timely, predictable results as transportation projects are planned and implemented. Staff Recommendation: SUPPORT 0:tiv3160-dws,doc 000093 I'IHT-l�-LVJ� 040.44 I-KUM S1-1N1.0.HU IU 7(0( LO Smith & Kempton • • • Consulting and Governmental Relations MEMORANDUM To: RCTC/SANBAG Board of Directors From: D. J. Smith and Delaney Hunter Date: March 7, 2000 Subject Legislative Report and Update AB 2373 (Longville) - Ca118ox Formula Bill Assembly Bill 2373 was heard in the Assembly Transportation Committee in March and passed out after being amended to address early concerns of several SAPE's from around the state. Working with SANBAG staff, Assemblyman Longville's staff and representatives from several SAFE's we are confident that we will be able to come up with a statewide plan to help deal with the ongoing needs of the call box system around the state. We are currently working on new legislative language and are hoping to have that language amended into AB 2373 in the next few weeks. SB 1526 (Kelley) - Route 74 Safety Enhancement Zone Senate Bill 1526 has passed out of both the Senate Transportation Committee and the Senate Local Government Committee and will be heard on May 15 in Senate Appropriations. Introduced by Senator Dave Kelley, on behalf of RCTC, SB 1526 sets up a double fine safety enhancement zone on State Route 74 from Interstate 15 to the Seventh Street exit in Perris. Transportation Finance Proposals Please see our memo of May 8, 2000 for details on the ongoing negotiations for transportation funding. 980 No& Snnet. Suite 1560 . Sacramauo, CA 95614 Telephone: (916) 446-5508 . Pax (916) 446-1499 000094 MAY-10-2OOR MQ:RS TOTAL P.03 CLIFF MADISON GOVERNMENT REIATIONS, INC. TO: Dave Shepherd FROM:: Cliff Madison DATE: May 1, 2000 • t 254-A Mary4rd K'achinerin, D.Ci 2110112 (214 44 -9393 Far cint k (Y.7) 443-4297 SUBaECT: Federal affairs Report --- April 2000 Gn Thursday, April 6, the Senate voted 66 to 34 in favor of a non -binding potion that the Senate shoyld not assure coneideration:pf the FY 2001 budget resolution that the a (ire revenues ill•be reduced in that budget. gas tax a proposalby Senator Trent Lott R- This y✓aa in response to 4.3 cents; Both Senator Boxer and Senator -Fain a tmriito reduce t�,r-Ph ; a oi, � e ?ton -binding motion. r$� Oh Wesaay, April lj, the Senate voted against a pr �I b Senator Lett to limit debete on his suggested 4.3 cent rs �; ftn In the Feilerail caa _t.Y_ The sate w**-43 in savor of limiting debate, and sd opposing a limitation on debate. continuation of the 4.3 Federa3 (Those who lain= the debate.) if this 4.3 cent tax ware repeal d ofteotivvoted to �tinuQ the 2000, ali'fornie would lose $1.7 billion in Federal x reV 1' through Ft 2003. Both California Senators voted to continue the debate, ; he On Thursday, April 13, I made appointments for Brio Haley when he and the Riverside Monday Morning Group when they visit Washington, on May 1, 2 and 3. On Thursday, April 20, I discussed the Houma Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee schedule for FY 2001 appropriation. The schedule for Transportation Appropriations it as follows: Subcommitt e will mark up he ry )dol bill �i.ran—AiOprapr;ati�,ns- Kay 1$ -- House Appropriationa, Commit.teas^i:: ead«r the Subaornin.ittee krill on FY 2001 transportation appronriatinn4, . the FY 2001atransporRen on-- Renato -Appropriations Committee will Consider ppropriatione bill. ' May 2S -- Mouse of Representatives will consider the FY 2001 transportation appropriations bill. • MAY-15-00 MOM 14:50 2025433509 P.02