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09 September 25, 2000 Budget & Implementation05I49S RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMIS SIOIV BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA RECORDS TIME: 2:30 p.m. DATE: Monday, September 25, 2000 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission --111111 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 - Conference Room A Riverside, CA 92501 ...COMMITTEE MEMBERS... Ron Roberts, Chairman / Jeff Comerchero, City of Temecula John Hunt, Vice Chair / Michael Bracken, City of Banning Gregory S. Pettis / Sarah DeGrandi, City of Cathedral City Juan DeLara / Richard Macknicki, City of Coachella Jeffrey Bennett / Andrea Puga, City of Corona Mike Wilson / 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 Phil Stack / Harvey Gerber, City of Rancho Mirage Ameal Moore / City of Riverside John Tavaglione / District Two / County of Riverside Jim Venable / District Three / County of Riverside Patrick Williams / Chris Carlson-Buydos / Jim Ayres City of San Jacinto ... STAFF ... Eric Haley, Executive Director Marilyn Williams, Director of Regional Issues and Communications ... AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY... Annual Budget Development and Oversight Countywide Strategic Plan Legislation Measure "A" Implementation and Capital Programs Public Communications and Outreach Programs Competitive Grant Programs: TEA 21-CMAQ & STP, Transportation Enhancement and SB 821-Bicycle & Pedestrian Property Management SAFE/Freeway Service Patrol and other areas as 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. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION 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, SEPTEMBER 25, 2000 - 2:30 P.M. AGENDA *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda City of La Quints 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 (August 28, 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. CONTRACTS COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT - P. 01 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending August 31, 2000; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. Budget and Implementation Committee September 25, 2000 Page 3 7. FY 2000-01 LOCAL TRANSPORTATION FUND ALLOCATION FOR LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS FOR THE PALO VERDE VALLEY APPORTIONMENT AREA = P. 14 Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Allocate the FY 2000-01 Local Transportation Funds (LTF) for streets and roads proposed in the Palo Verde Valley, as shown on the attached table; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 8. CMAQ CLEAN FUELS OPPORTUNITY FUND CATEGORY 2 & 3 PROJECT FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS - P. 16 • Overview This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Award $50,000 in Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality funds to the County of Riverside for its electrification project at Costco - Mira Loma under Category 2; 2) Award $75,000 each in CMAQ funds to Riverside Community College and Mt. San Jacinto Community College for their vocational training programs under Category 3; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. ATTENDANCE ROSTER NAME �f .41_•:2-or 7.-14 /, ��07L �m g�►er� BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 2000 - 12:00 P.M. REPRES NTING /7,4,-two A-6e3 41-lee EL .�4n r n �[ �� e E,3-fo_5-, 5/1,0•. TELEPHONE AND FAX NO ///.3 off .� •Z — 'S-1,1 e 9 ZZ - 3/<,e� 6 9 (7— 6 c//6 ?ss- 9/ 737 AGENDA ITEM 4 MINUTES RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION BUDGET AND IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE August 28, 2000 MINUTES 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Budget and Implementation Committee was called to order at 12:07 p.m. by Chairman Ron Roberts at the offices of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 3560 University, Suite 100, Riverside, California, 92501 and at the City of La Quinta City Hall Session Room, 78-495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta 92553. 2. ROLL CALL Members Present: Members Absent: Jim Ayres Jeff Comerchero John Hunt Ameal Moore Kevin Pape Andrea Puga Jim Venable Frank West Gregory Pettis * Ron Roberts J. Philip Stack * Attended meeting via video conference 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no comments from the public. 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES John Pena John Tavaglione Patrick Williams Juan DeLara Mike Wilson M/S/C (Pape/Stack) to approve the minutes of the June 26, 2000 meeting as presented. 5. CONSENT CALENDAR M/S/C (Pape/Venable) to 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 July 31, 2000. Budget and Implementation Committee Minutes June, 26, 2000 Page 3 fund a series of small tasks and to designate a firm, SC Engineering, that the Executive Director could contact for engineering support. M/S/C (Comerchero/Pape) recommend that the Commission: 1) award a contract to SC Engineering to provide On -call Engineering Design Services for small engineering support needs, in an amount not to exceed $300,000 with a Single Signature Requirement for each individual project entered into; and 2) authorize the Chairman to execute a contract with SC Engineering, pursuant to Legal Counsel. 10. AWARD OF CONTRACT NO. RO-2127 TO HOLMES AND NARVER INFRASTRUCTURE TO PROVIDED CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SERVICES FOR THE STATE ROUTE 74 PHASE I PROJECT M/S/C (Pape/Moore) recommend the Commission: 1) award Contract No. RO-2127 to Holmes & Narver Infrastructure to provide construction management support services for construction of the State Route 74 Measure "A" Phase I Project from 1-15 to Wasson Canyon Road for a Base Work amount of $1,054,800 and a Extra Work amount of $95,200 for a Total Contract amount not to exceed $1,150,000; and 2) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the contract on behalf of the Commission. 11. AMENDMENT #1 TO CONTRACT NO. RO-2028 TO POUNTNEY AND ASSOCIATES, INC., FOR THE PROPOSED NEW VAN BUREN METROLINK STATION M/S/C (Moore/Ayres) recommend the Commission: 1) concur with the proposed conceptual plan and staging for the proposed new Metrolink commuter rail station in Riverside near Van Buren Boulevard and Route 91; 2) authorize the Executive Director to continue negotiations with adjacent property owners for Stage II parking; 3) award Amendment #1 to Contract No. RO-2028 to Pountney & Associates, Inc., for final Plans, Specifications, and Estimate (PS&E), and environmental clearance for Stage I of the proposed new Van Buren Metrolink Commuter Rail Station for an amount of $740,000; and 4) authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission. 12. FY 2001-05 MEASURE "A" FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS FOR THE CITIES OF CATHEDRAL CITY, HEMET, MURRIETA, RANCHO MIRAGE, DESERT HOT SPRINGS AND INDIO Jerry Rivera, Program Manager, advised the Committee that the remaining cities, Desert Hot Springs and Indio have submitted their required plans, and requested that these cities be added to the motion. In response to Commissioner Hunt's concern regarding a list of each location where these Measure "A" fund allocations are to be used, Mr. Rivera stated that the Commission agenda packet will contain that information. M/S/C (Pettis/Stack) recommend the Commission accept the FY 2001-05 Measure "A" Budget and Implementation Committee Minutes June, 26, 2000 Page 5 a two year period in an amount not to exceed $48,750 annually; 2) extend the shared Federal Legislative Advocacy Services Contract No. 00-047 between RCTC and SAINBAG in an amount not to exceed $56,000 annually; and 3) authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission. 19. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Budget and Implementation Commission, the meeting was adjourned at 12:47 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled to be held at 2:30 p.m. at the RCTC offices. Respectfully submitted, Traci R. McGinley Deputy Clerk of the Board AGENDA ITEM 5A RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 25, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Measure A Project Manager Louis Martin, Project Controls Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley,, Executive Director SUBJECT: Contracts Cost and Schedule Report STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Receive and file the Contracts Cost and Schedule Report for the month ending August 31, 2000; and 2) 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 August 31, 2000. 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Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Single Signature Authority Report STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Receive and file the Single Signature Authority Report for the months of July and August 2000; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The attached report details all contracts which have been executed under the Single Signature Authority. There have been no new contracts in the last two months, however, we have listed ongoing contracts from prior fiscal year. Since these contracts will be paid in the current fiscal year, the amounts remaining have been put against the current year. The remaining unused capacity is $467,282. Attachment 000005 CONSULTANT AMOUNT AVAILABLE July 1, 2000 AMOUNT USED AMOUNT REMAINING THROUGH June 30, SINGLE SIGNATURE AUTHORITY AS OF AUGUST 31, 2000 DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES 2001 ARP' oldie.joi#Irlii 1. ai$:krel ni Prepared by Reviewed by O O O O O tkusers1preprintdp\sinsig01 C.) ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT REMAINING CONTRACT AMOUNT $ 500,000.00 $ 500,000.00 32,717.94 467 282• 06 EXPENDED AMOUNT REMAINING BALANCE $ 32,717.94 AGENDA ITEM 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 24, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Ivan M. Chand, Chief Financial Officer THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Advance of Measure A Funds Agreement with the City of Hemet STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Grant the City of Hemet (City) an advance of $730,000 from Measure A, Local Streets and Roads funds; 2) Increase the Local Streets and Roads appropriation in Fund 222 - Measure A Western budget by $730,000; 3) Authorize the Chairman, pursuant to Legal Counsel review, to execute a Measure A advancement agreement between the Commission and the City; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: On August 31, 2000, staff received a letter from the City of Hemet to advance $730,000 from Measure A - Local Streets and Roads allocation for FY 2001-2002. This advance is for a large street paving project to be done later this year. Attached as Exhibit A is their request and background as to the reasons for their request. Staff has negotiated with the City a 6.5% percent interest rate on the advance. The interest rate charged to the City is based upon the current interest income on Commission funds. The City will have a fixed payment and will repay this advance in one year. Staff will withhold the advance payment prior to the remittance of the Local Streets and Roads funds to the City. Attached is Exhibit B outlining the City's payment schedule. Legal Counsel is working with the City to finalize the terms of the agreement between the Commission and the City. Staff is also requesting a budget adjustment. The budget adjustment will provide sufficient expenditure authority to make the advance to the City. Attachment 000007 From the Office of PUBLIC WORKS . August 29, 2000 a/ 'Vernet EXHIBIT "A" 051,660. 37771NDUSTRIAL AVENUE MFrvi CALIFORNIA 92545 • (909)765-3712 Eric Haley, Executive Director RCTC 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, CA 92501 Subject: Measure A - Advance of Funds Dear Mr. Haley: The City of Hemet is in the process of assembling a large street paving project to be done later this year. This project, totaling about $2,650,000, will require funding from a variety of sources, including all of our Measure A allocation for FY 200 - 2001. I have been authorized by the City Council to formally request an advance of $730,000 in Measure A Funds from our 2001-2002 allocation. We would need to have the funding available for our use in December, 2000. Please advise of the process for evaluating this request. I appreciate your assistance on this matter, and your on -going courtesies and cooperation. Sincerely, Juan C. Perez Director of Public Works JCP:ag cc: City Council Steve Temple, City Manager I (USERS AGOW.ALEhWPWIMLEITER OOhEHALEY.JCP 000009 Proposed Street Ailments tf Preliminary Cost Estimates for the 2000 Paving Proloci (Street Overlay and Slurry Seal! Overlay Street Segment Cost Estimate 1) Stetson - Warren to Cawston 21 Menlo - Lyon to Palm 3) Kirby - Fruitvale to Esplanade 41 Palm - Frultvale to Esplanade 51 Berkley - Meridian to Hemet 8) Soboba - Florida to Berkley 71 Merrily Way Area 8) Yale - S. City Limit to Florida 91 Columbia - Florida to Devonshire 101 Latham - Buena Vista to San Jacinto 11) Sanderson - Eaton to Esplanade 12) Sierra Dawn Area 13) Panorama Area 141 Hamilton - Acacia to Florida 15) Stetson - B. V. to Santa Fe (Ramps) 161 Thompson Area 17) Elk - Johnston to Whittler 18) Whittler - Arbor to Lyon 191 7-hills Dr. - Apple Tree to Stetson 20) Brentwood - Dogwood to Blue Spruce 211 Buena Vista - Mayberry to Florida 22) Kimball - Gilbert to State 23) Wesley Place Area 24) Taylor - Whittier to Mayberry 251 State - Johnston to Central NADW08\113112\oo-arhidr0 Roc Itau000 Ijo $ 262,979 $ 149,869 $ 140,028 $ 68,188 $ 41,760 $ 94,216 $ 21,108 $ 59,296 $ 45,000 $ 132,243 $ 146,510 $ 258,407 $ 186,356 $ 35,920 $ 15,000 $ 51,168 $ 38,408 $ 22,464 $ 141,440 $ 57,945 $ 125,000 $ 43,940 $ 73,508 $ 34,848 $ 142,789 Total: $2,388,390 Slurry Street Segment AI Mirabella Area B) Via Capri Area C) Madrid/Seattle Area D) Via Hermosa Area E) Lewis Homes Area (South) F) Lewis Homes Area (North) G) Juanita - Whittier to Florida HI Park Hill off Columbia Area 1) Park Hill off Berkley Area Cost Estimate $ 34,468 $ 7,347 $ 55,986 $ 62,664 $ 28,364 $ 35,397 $ 19,983 $ 10,679 $ 6,722 Total : $ 261,610 pogo 2 of I ) a.,. v. u.tL,, .. V. .. •./.•.u.. .. .Or* ♦....•............. r-................,.. . ..... EXHIBIT "B" Amortization Table for $730000.00 borrowed on Nov 14, 2000 Month Year 12 2000 1 2001 2 2001 3 2001 4 2001 5 2001 6 2001 7 2001 8 2001 9 2001 iv 2001 11 2001 Payment ($) 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 62996.38 Principal Paid ($) 59042.22 59362.03 59683.57 60006.86 60331.90 60658.70 60'387.26 �61317.61 61649.75 61983.68 62319.43 62656.99 Interest Paid ($) 3954.17 3634.35 3312.81 2989.52 2664.49 2337.69 2009.12 ^ 1678.77 1346.64 1012.70 676.96 339.39 Total Interest (5) 3954.17 7588.52 10901.33 _ 13890.86 16555.34 18893.03 213902.15 22580.93 23927.56 24940.26 25617.22 25956.61 i Balance ($) 670957.78 611595.75y 551912.18 491905.32 431573.42 370914.73 309927.46 248609.85 186960.10 124976.42 62656.99 0.00 1 of 1 9/14/00 11:01 AM 000013 AGENDA ITEM 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 25, 2000 . TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Jerry Rivera, Program Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Director of Planning and Programming SUBJECT: FY 2000-01 Local Transportation Fund Allocation for Local Streets and Roads for the Palo Verde Valley Apportionment Area STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Allocate the FY 2000-01 Local Transportation Funds (LTF) for streets and roads purposed in the Palo Verde Valley, as shown on the attached table; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Palo Verde Valley apportionment area is the only area in the County in which LTF funds are still allocated for streets and roads purposes. The attached table shows the allocations for the City of Blythe and the County of Riverside based upon a formula previously approved by the Commission. Population figures are taken from the State Department of Finance E-5 report dated January 1, 2000, and have been adjusted to credit the prison population (3,515) at Chuckawala to the County. The Commission approved the Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency (PVVTA) Short Range Transit Plan on June 14, 2000, allocating $195,400 to PVVTA. An additional $10,000 allocation is being requested, through a separate agenda item on the Plans and Programs Committee, leaving a balance of $951,551 available for local streets and roads purposes in the Palo Verde Valley area. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: No Year: 2000-01 Source of Funds: LTF Fiscal Procedures Approved: �= c Amount: $951,551 Budget Adjustment: No Date: 9-20-00 000014 ALLOCATION OF LTF FUNDS FOR STREETS AND ROADS PALO VERDE VALLEY AREA FY 2000-01 AVAILABLE TOTAL LESS FOR STREETS AGENCY POPULATION PERCENTAGE SHARE PVVTA AND ROADS Blythe 17,938 66.0% $763,891 $102,700 $661,191 Riverside Co. 9,230 34.0% $3.93.,060 $102,700 $290,360 TOTAL 27,168 100.0% $1,156,951 $205,400 $951,551 NOTE: Population for City of Blythe excludes prison population of 3,515 for Chuckawala which is included in County population. Prison population obtained from State Dept. of Finance, Demographics Division. Approved by RCTC: PENDING JR: 9/19/00 000015 AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 25, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Marilyn Williams, Director of Regional Issues and Communications THROUGH: Hideo Sugita, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: CMAQ Clean Fuels Opportunity Fund Category 2 & 3_ Project Funding Recommendations TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Award $50,000 in Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality funds to the County of Riverside for its electrification project at Costco - Mira Loma under Category 2; 2) Award $75,000 each in CMAQ funds to Riverside Community College and Mt. San Jacinto Community College for their vocational training programs under Category 3; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION At its July meeting, the Commission took action to award Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality (CMAQ) funds in an amount not to exceed $1.75 M under the Clean Fuels Opportunity Fund Call for Projects to the highest priority projects under Category 1 - Alternative Fuel Infrastructure including Riverside County Waste Management Department, Riverside Transit Agency, City of Banning, and City of Riverside. Category 2 - Truck Stop or Warehouse/Distribution Center Electrification At the same time, the Commission directed staff to revise the Category 2 final application submittal date from August 14, 2002 to August 11, 2000. A letter dated July 13, 2000 was distributed to the CMAQ call for projects mailing list announcing the Category 2 change. One Category 2 project application was received from the County of Riverside in partnership with Costco Wholesale and Southern California Edison Company. The $100,000 project entitled "Electrification of Refrigeration Trailers at Costco Mira Loma Depot: A Project to Reduce Idling Emissions from Diesel Trailers is seeking $50,000 in CMAQ funding. 000016 EXHIBIT .1A.. Riverside County Transportation Commission's CMAQ Clean Fuels Opportunity Fund Quantitative Evaluation of the County of Riverside's Refrigeration Trailer Electrification Project RCTC Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 18, 2000 Raymond J. Gorski • Escondido, California • (760) 738-8392 000018 Proposal Quantitative Assessment: 1. Representative Diesel Fueled APU Technical Specifications: • Engine manufacturer: • Model year:. • Engine displacement: • EPA certification: • Fuel system: • Estimated service life: • Rated horsepower: Yanmar Diesel Engine Company 1999 2.19 liters Non -road Mechanical direct injection 7 years/5,000 hours 40.9 hp 2. APU Emissions Factors based upon EPA Certification Test Data!: • Hydrocarbons HC): • Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX): • Carbon Monoxide (CO): • Particulate Matter (PMIo): 3. Project -Specific Data: • Number of trailer units: • Average hours of operation: • Days of operation annually: • Diesel fuel consumption: 0.60 0(W-1-r 7.177 g/kW-hr 3.947 g/kW-hr 0.546 glkW-hr Twenty-four (24) 50-foot refrigerated trailers Three (3) hours of operation per day 260 days per year (5 days/week x 52 weeks/year) 0.8 gallon per engine -hour 4. Assumptions & Dimensional Equivalents: • Diesel fuel density: • Specific fuel consumption: • "Horsepower" to "kilowatts": 7.051b./gallon 0.411 lb./bhp-hr 0.746 hp/kW 5. Estimated Emissions Reductions: a) Hydrocarbons (HC): {24 trailers x [(0.8 gallon/hour) x (3 hours/day) x (5 days/week) x (52 weeks/year) x (7.05 lb./gallon) x (1/0.411 bhp-hr/lb.) x (0.746 kW-hr/bhp-hr) x (0.60 g/kW-hr)]/10001 = 115 kg HC per year. b) Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX): {24 trailers x [(0.8 gallon/hour) x (3 hours/day) x (5 days/week) x (52 weeks/year) x (7.05 lb./gallon) x (1/0.411 bhp-hr/lb.) x (0.746 kW-hr/bhp-hr) x (7.177 g/kW-hr)]/1000} = 1,375 kg NO„ per year. ' Emission factors based upon EPA certification test data over an eight -mode cycle. Values include deterioration factors. 3 000020 EXHIBIT "B" RCTC CMAQ CLEAN FUELS OPPORTUNITY FUND Riverside Community College District Hereinafter referred to as RECIPIENT Project Scope of Work Project Description: Riverside Community College _ (RCC) -will expand their current Automotive Technology Curriculum to include alternative -fuel vehicle and infrastructure education and vocational training. The curriculum development process will build upon RCC's existing corporate partnerships with Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Toyota, and GFI Control Systems, Inc. These relationships will allow RCC to identify the types of alternative -fuel training in demand within the automotive industry, and tailor the curriculum to best satisfy these needs. The curriculum materials, laboratory equipment, and facility improvements developed and implemented under this project will result in expansion of RCC's existing Automotive Technology Program to include an Alternative Fuels Training Program. The goal is to continue development of this training program into several distinct courses leading to an alternative -fuels technology certificate or degree. Also, an alternative - fuels overview will be incorporated into RCC's Auto 50 class curriculum; this class serves as a prerequisite to most of RCC's Automotive Technology classes and programs. Scope of Work: Task I. Curriculum Development: Recipient shall develop an Alternative Fuels Vehicle and Infrastructure Training Program (Altemative Fuels Program) instructional curriculum and coordinate said development with the California Community Colleges Economic Development Network's Advanced Transportation Technology Program. Curriculum development shall include, at a minimum, the following Subtasks: 1.d. Curriculum Development Point of Departure: Recipient shall utilize the existing Ford Curriculum on Alternative Fuels as the basis for developing the Alternative Fuels Program curriculum. Recipient shall obtain all necessary licenses, authorizations, and approvals from Ford Motor Company prior to proceeding with Subtask 1.b., below. • 1.b. Curriculum Revision/Development of Additional Curriculum Materials: Recipient shall develop an amendment to the Ford Curriculum on Alternative Fuels that conform to the California Education Code and the academic and format requirements of Riverside Community College. Recipient shall development additional instructional materials, as necessary, to supplement the Ford Curriculum. 1.c. Alternative Fuels - Vehicles: In developing instructional materials as they relate to Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) light and medium duty vehicles, Recipient shall include, as a minimum, the following alternative fuels: Compressed nnnn97 Task 6. Training Center Development: Recipient shall identify and configure classroom and laboratory facilities to allow implementation of the Alternative Fuels Program. This shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following Subtasks: 6.a. Facility Identification: Recipient shall perform an assessment of classroom and laboratory facility requirements necessary to successfully implement the Alternative Fuels Program. Recipient shall identify new or existing classroom and laboratory facilities that will be configured to support alternative fuels instruction and training. Recipient shall develop classroom and laboratory facility specifications, including itemized list(s) of training -specific equipment required to implement the alternative fuels training curriculum. This equipment may include, but not necessarily be limited to, electric vehicle charging station hardware, gaseous fuel venting station, OEM - specific pressure testing tools, and GFI Control Systems, Inc. diagnostic software. 6.b. Procurement of Capital Equipment: Recipient shall procure the training -specific classroom and laboratory equipment as identified in Subtask 6.a., above. 6.c. Equipment Installation: Recipient shall install the training -specified equipment procured under Subtask 6.b., above, in accordance with the facility specifications developed under Subtask 6.a. Task 6 Deliverables: Fully configured classroom and laboratory facilities. Task 7. Marketing & Outreach: Recipient shall actively market the Alternative Fuels Program within the Western Riverside community. Marketing and outreach activities shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following Subtasks: 7.a. Marketing & Recruiting Strategy Development: Recipient shall coordinate with the Riverside Community College Marketing Department to develop marketing and recruitment strategies. Recruiting strategies may include media advertisements, including newspaper, radio, and television promotion, as well as directed outreach to identified groups. 7.b. Design and Development of Promotional Materials: Utilizing the resources of the Riverside Community College Graphics Technology Department, Recipient shall design and produce materials that promote the Alternative Fuels Program. Promotional materials may include brochures, media copy, etc. 7.c. Dissemination of Promotional Materials: Recipient shall disseminate the promotional materials developed in Subtask 7.b., above, in accordance with the marketing and recruiting strategies developed in Subtask 7.a. 7.d. Website Development and Augmentation: Recipient shall modify the existing Riverside Community College Internet website to include information on the Alternative Fuels Program. , In addition, Recipient shall identify and establish links to other relevant websites. Task 7 Deliverables: Samples of promotional materials; website modifications and link expansion. 000024 EXHIBIT "C" RCTC CMAQ CLEAN FUELS OPPORTUNITY FUND Mt. San Jacinto College District Hereinafter referred to as RECIPIENT Project Scope of Work Project Description: Mt. San Jacinto Community College will expand their current Transportation Technologies Program to include altemative-fuel vehicle and infrastructure education and vocational training. The curriculum development process will build upon Mt. San Jacinto's existing partnership with the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA). Mt. San Jacinto Community College is partnering with RTA to develop and implement a series of entry-level courses focusing on bus servicing and maintenance. The curriculum materials, laboratory equipment, and facility improvements developed and implemented under this project will result in the expansion of Mt. San Jacinto's existing Transportation Technologies Program to include both entry-level and advanced courses in alternative fuels. The alternative fuels curriculum will focus on a thorough development of fundamental mechanic skills applicable to all heavy-duty vehicle original equipment manufacturers (OEM). Scope of Work: Task 1. Curriculum Development: Recipient shall develop an Alternative Fuels Vehicle and Infrastructure Training Program (Alternative Fuels Program) instructional curriculum and coordinate said development with the California Community Colleges Economic Development Network's Advanced Transportation Technology Program. Curriculum development shall include, at a minimum, the following Subtasks: 1.a. Curriculum Development Point of Departure: Recipient shall utilize, as applicable, the alternative fuels curriculum developed by the Advanced Transportation Technology Program as the basis for its Alternative Fuels Program curriculum development. 1.b. Curriculum Revision/Development of Additional Curriculum Materials: Recipient shall expand the existing curriculum as referenced in Subtask 1.a., above, to include instruction and training relative to alternative fuel heavy-duty vehicles and refueling infrastructure. Recipient shall include, as a minimum, the following alternative fuels: Compressed Natural Gas (CNG); Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). Task 1 Deliverable: Alternative Fuels Program instructional curriculum. Task 2. Curriculum Approval: The Alternative Fuels Program curriculum, including all related instructional materials developed in Task 1, above, shall undergo an academic review and approval by the Mt. San Jacinto College District. 000025 and produce materials that promote the Alternative Fuels Program. Promotional materials may include brochures, media copy, etc. 6.c. Dissemination of Promotional Materials: Recipient shall disseminate the promotional materials developed in Subtask 7.b., above, in accordance with the marketing and recruiting strategies developed in Subtask 7.a. 6.d. Website Development and Augmentation: Recipient shall modify the existing Mt. San Jacinto Community College Internet website to include information on the Alternative Fuels Program. In addition, Recipient shall identify and establish links to other relevant websites. Task 6 Deliverables: Samples of promotional materials; website modifications and link expansion. 00002'7 AGENDA ITEM 9 RIVERSIDECOUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 25, 2000 TO: Budget and Implementation Committee FROM: Jerry Rivera, Program Manager THROUGH: Mari[yn Williams, Director of Regional Issues and Communications SUBJECT: Contract Amendment to Freeway Service Patrol Tow Truck Agreement with Pepe's Towing Service • STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to seek Committee approval to: 1) Amend the Freeway Service Patrol tow truck contract with Pepe's Towing Service; 2) Authorize the Chairman to execute the contract on behalf of the Commission, subject to Legal Counsel review; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Riverside County Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) program currently contracts with two tow truck companies, Hamner Towing and Pepe's Towing, to provide the roving tow truck service on five segments or beats of SR-91, 1-215/60, and 1-15. The agreements cover the normal days and hours of operation, reimbursements and penalties, and uniform and equipment requirements of the program. At its September 8, 1999 meeting, the Commission approved a cooperative agreement between the State of California Department of Transportation and RCTC to fund an additional vehicle on I-215/SR-60 during the construction period of the truck climbing lane. The contract with Pepe's Towing must now be amended to included the additional truck since construction on the truck climbing lane is schedule to begin within one month. The agreement provides for 100% reimbursement to RCTC for the hourly cost of the vehicle, miscellaneous operating expenses, and RCTC's overhead costs. The amount of the agreement is $88,000 plus an $8,000 contingency, for a total of $96,000. RCTC will not incur any additional costs as a result of this contract amendment. 000028