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09 September 2, 1992 Budget & Finance053'7'75 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE (COMMISSIONERS RUSS BEIRICH, KAY CENICEROS, CORKY LARSON, PAT MURPHY) WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1992 10:30 A.M. LUND & GUTTRY 39-700 BOB HOPE DRIVE, THE BOB HOPE BUILDING, SUITE 309 RANCHO MIRAGE, CALIFORNIA AGENDA 1. CALL TO ORDER. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES. 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS. 4. HIGHWAYS/LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS. 4A. COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH CALTRANS FOR PROJECT COST AND SCHEDULE SERVICES Overview During the 1992 fiscal year, RCTC staff assisted Ca'trans with scheduling of Riverside County projects in order to better assess the Ca[trans resource requirements relative to the Measure A highway projects. Ca'trans has requested additional cost and schedule support for the 1993 fiscal year. Ca'trans has indicated that RCTC will be fully compensated for this assistance. Staff has been working on an agreement with Ca!trans outlining the terrns of these services and expect the agreement to be brought forward for RCTC review this month. A draft agreement will be presented to the Administrative Committee for review. Staff Recommendation: That the Commission approve the draft agreement for RCTC to provide project cost and schedule services to Caltrans for the 1993 fiscal year in the amount of $320,000. ,ge 2 ..dget & Finance Committee Agenda September 2, 1992 4B. KAWES CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT AMENDMENT Overview The Route 91 Median Widening Project, from the Orange County Line to Main Street in the City of Corona, started construction in July of 1991. It is currently on schedule and is expected to be complete by June of 1993. The Commission had previously approved an amendment to KaWES's contract in March of 1991 for $150,000. There have been several problem areas that have surfaced during project construction that required additional engineering effort not foreseen in the original estimate. The details of the contract amendment are outlined in the staff memorandum. Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve Amendment No. 2 to Contract RO-9002 in the amount of $60,000 for technical support of construction activities on the Route 91, OCL to Main Street, Measure A Highway Improvement Project. Amendment to be reviewed by Legal Counsel prior to approval. 4C. AMENDMENT 3 TO PBQ&D CONTRACT Overview Recently, management direction has both delayed and changed the scope of the HOV lane addition for Interstate 215 from the east junction with State Route 60 north to Interstate 10. The result of these changes is that additional alternatives will now have to be studies, the project limits have increased on the east, west, and south in order to properly tie into adjacent projects, the environmental study for the Ultimate alternative will be rescoped as a Tier 1 study, and the preferred alternative will be a full standard HOV addition (one lane in each direction) throughout the project limits. Staff Recommendation Staff and Legal Counsel are still reviewing the scope of the amendment as well as reviewing the impact that this change will have on the current MOU with SANBAG. The final format for Amendment 3 to the PBO&D contract and the proposed change to the MOU with SANBAG will be presented at the Administrative committee meeting. 4D. CONTRACT AMENDMENT NO. 3 FOR AGREEMENT RO-9101 WITH GREINER, INC., PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING AND FINAL DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE ROUTE 91 MEDIAN WIDENING PROJECT, FROM MAGNOLIA AVENUE TO MARY STREET Overview Greiner is requesting an amendment to Agreement No. RO-9101 for compensation due to the addition of extra scope of work to the original milestones set forth in Amendment Number Two, for the PS&E work task. This additional work scope is a result of several situations that have occurred since the approval of amendment number two. nlge 3 dget & Finance Committee Agenda oeptember 2, 1992 Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve the contract Amendment No. 3 to Agreement RO-9101 in the amount of $225,260.92. 4E. COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING MEASURE A HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS: 1) ROUTE 79, FROM GILMAN SPRING ROAD TO FIRST STREET IN THE CITY OF BEAUMONT, AND 2) ROUTE 79. FROM KELLER ROAD TO NEWPORT ROAD Overview The Measure A plan calls for improvements on Route 79 for the two projects referenced in the staff memorandum. Normally, Cooperative Agreements are entered into at the onset of preliminary engineering for the project. Because of the difficulty in reaching agreement on the exact wording for one of the first Cooperative Agreements initiated for the 1-215 Measure A projects, and to keep that project and all other Measure A projects moving towards completion of preliminary engineering and environmental clearance, the project development process was initiated by RCTC on many projects without resolution of the Cooperative Agreement language. The Cooperative Agreements for Route 79 were patterned after the wording of the 1-215 Agreement on which RCTC and Caltrans have reached resolution. Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve the Route 79 Cooperative Agreements to be entered into by Caltrans and RCTC for the following projects: (1) Project Development and Final Design PS&E for the Route 79 Measure A Improvement Project, from Gilman Spring Road (PM 33.9) to First Street (PM 40.1) in the City of Beaumont; and (2) Project Development and Right -of -Way Engineering for the Route 79 Measure A Improvement Project, from Keller Road (PM 10.9) to Newport Road (PM 15.2). 4F. CAJALCO CORRIDOR STUDY- INCREASE IN AUTHORIZED CONTRACT AMOUNT FOR P&D TECHNOLOGIES Overview RCTC staff has reviewed P&D Technologies request for an additional increase in their authorized contract amount for the Cajalco Corridor Study (Phase II). In addition, P&D Technologies requested payment for their attendance at a presentation in March to brief a Commissioner and staff on the overall status of the Cajalco Corridor study. Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve P&D Technologies' final request for funding in the amount of $11,408.85 which will end the Commission's current participation in the Cajalco Corridor study. Page 4 alidget & Finance Committee Agenda ptember 2, 1992 5. TRANSIT/RIDESHARE/PARK-N-RIDE. 5A. MEASURE A COMMUTER BICYCLING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM Overview The Riverside Bicycle Commuter Coalition (RBCC) submitted a FY91 /92 Congestion Management and Air Quality (CMAO) proposal to promote bicycling as a safe and viable commuting alternative. While the proposal was not funded under the CMAO process, staff has evaluated its merits and application to the Measure A Commuter Assistance Program. The RBCC Board has indicated its willingness to enter into an agreement with the Commission to develop and implement a demonstration program. Staff has identified those tasks of the CMAQ proposal most consistent with the overall Measure A Program. The goal of the demonstration effort is to determine its effectiveness in shifting local work related trips from the automobile to the bicycle. Staff Recommendation That the Commission: 1) Direct staff to negotiate and finalize an agreement with the Riverside Bicycle Commuter Coalition, pursuant to the attached CMAQ proposal, for the development and implementation of a Commuter Bicycling Demonstration Program; 2) Approve the agreement as negotiated by staff, subject to legal counsel review, and authorize the Executive Director to execute, on behalf of the Commission, said agreement with RBCC; and 3) Approve the expenditure of Measure A Commuter Assistance funds in an amount not to exceed $160,000 for the bicycle commuter program for the period September '92 through June '93. 5B. MEASURE A LEASE PARK-N-RIDE PROGRAM Overview The Commission has contracted with Inland Transportation Services (ITS) for the past two years to negotiate and manage park-n-ride lease agreements with private property owners. Seven lots totalling 435 spaces have been negotiated. Consultant services continue to be required on an as needed basis to secure and renew leases, and market lots to increase commuter use. Based on performance and program continuity, the ITS agreement is proposed to be extended for a third year. Staff Recommendation That the Commission: (1) Approve, pursuant to the attached proposal and subject to Legal Counsel review, amendment of the existing contract for lease park-n-ride services with Inland Transportation Services at hourly rates of $65/Project Manager and $45/Marketing Specialist; (2) Authorize the Executive Director to execute the amended agreement on behalf of the Commission, and; (3) Allocate Measure A highway funds in an amount not to exceed $20,000 for the period August 15, 1992 to August 15, 1993. ‘ge 5 Jdget & Finance Committee Agenda September 2, 1992 6. COMMUTER RAIL 6A. VALUE ENGINEERING REVIEW OF DOWNTOWN COMMUTER RAIL STATION Overview RCTC, Bechtel, and SCRRA staff are performing a value engineering review of the design for the downtown commuter rail station. It is expected that the review will be complete and a report will be made to the Commission. Several cost saving options will be presented. Staff Recommendation That the Commission receive the report and provide direction on cost saving options to be implemented. 6B. PLANNING, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND ENGINEERING DESIGN CONSULTANT CONTRACT FOR COMMUTER RAIL STATION AT LIMONITE AVENUE AND PEDLEY ROAD Overview The second commuter rail station on the Union Pacific line from Riverside to Los Angeles is proposed to be located on 4.6 Acres of property currently owned by Union Pacific near the intersection of Limonite Avenue and Pedley Road in Riverside County. RCTC recently completed a selection process to rank consultants to complete site planning; environmental study and clearance; and preparation of plans, specifications, and estimates for commuter rail stations in the Metrolink system. The top ranked firm in the selection process was Pountney and Associates. Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve the contract with Pountney and Associates for completion of planning, environmental, and design services for the proposed Umonite-Pedley commuter rail station. The currently proposed consultant cost is $244,434.00 for all three phases. Staff will present a final proposed cost at the Budget and Finance Committee meeting. Staff also recommends that a 15% contingency fund be established for extra work to be authorized by the Executive Director. The currently proposed total work authorization by the Commission including the 15% extra work fund would be $281,000. 6C. ADDITION OF PSOMAS TASKS 11 & 12 TO DEVELOP STANDARDS AND PREPARE A RAIL GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR RCTC Overview Psomas & Associates is currently providing the primary survey control for RCTC. To manage the survey control information as well as all of the survey and mapping page 6 iget & Finance Committee Agenda September 2, 1992 information that is being prepared by all of the survey Consultants currently working for the Commission, Psomas developed a Survey Records Database. Since all of the information relating to surveying is geographical in nature, a Geographic Information System (GIS) was used. The GIS system utilized Intergraph graphics and an Oracle database. The system allows the operator to point to a graphical image/map on the screen and bring up the information associated with the object. The result was a very powerful tool to simplify the management of a very complex package of information. When the Rail negotiations are finalized, the Commission will again be faced with dealing with a large amount of Rail information that will lend itself to being managed by a GIS system. The GIS system can be designed to keep track of and administer legal agreements and documents associated with each parcel, as well as maps, utility information, and any other pertinent data. Staff Recommendation The actual scope of work and cost to add the two tasks outlined in the staff memorandum to the existing Psomas contract will be presented at the Administration meeting. The details of the agreement are currently being reviewed by staff and Legal Counsel. 7. GENERAL ITEMS. 7A. STATE BUDGET IMPACT ON TRANSPORTATION Overview There have been several Legislative proposals for the State Budget to use transportation revenues to reduce the State deficit. The most significant is to use 20% of the Transportation Development Act (TDA) which is returned to all counties for transit and may also be used under specified condition for local streets and roads purposes in most counties including Riverside County. The Commission staff and Legislative Advocates have been monitoring and these proposals and advising our Legislators of our concerns along with other Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (RTPA's) throughout the state. A report will be presented at the Commission meeting. Staff Recommendation Discussion and possible action. 7B. PRESENTATION BY SMITH BARNEY. Overview Representatives from Smith Barney will be present at the Commission meeting to make a presentation and discuss a possible interest rate swap. Staff Recommendation Discussion and possible action. Page 7 Rudget & Finance Committee Agenda ptember 2, 1992 7C. QUARTERLY COST AND SCHEDULE REPORT Overview Attached are Combining Statements of Revenues and Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances (Unaudited) for the Quarter Ended June 30, 1992. Also, attached are the RCTC Measure A Highway Projects Budget Report by Route, Contract Commitment, Contract Amendments, DBE/MBE Utilization Report, and the Contract Status Report through June 30, 1992 prepared by Bechtel Civil, Inc. Staff Recommendation Receive and file. 8. ADJOURNMENT. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MINUTES BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE AUGUST 5, 1992 1. CALL TO ORDER. The meeting of the Budget and Finance Committee was called to order by Commissioner Russell Beirich at 10:39 a.m., 39-700 Bob Hope Drive, Suite 309, Rancho Mirage, California. Commissioners present: Russell Beirich Kay Ceniceros Corky Larson Pat Murphy 2. PUBLIC COMMENTS. There were no public comments. 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES. M/S/C to approve the minutes of the July 1,1992 meeting as submitted. 4. GENERAL ITEMS. 4A. UCR INLAND EMPIRE BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DATA BANK AND FORECASTING CENTER. M/S/C that the Commission authorize the Executive Director to contribute $5,000 to the UCR Inland Empire Business and Economic Data Bank and Forecasting Center for Fiscal Year 1992/93. 4B. CONTRACT REVISION FOR D.J. SMITH & ASSOCIATES. The Committee members reviewed the proposed contract revision for D.J. Smith & Associates. After conferring with staff, the proposed contract was amended as follows: 1) Legislative Services $45,000; 2) Project Advocacy Services $36,000; 3) Clean Fuel Locomotive/SCRRA $25,000; and, 4) Travel and Expenses $4,000 - a total contract of $108,200. RCTC Budget and Finance Committee Meeting of August 5, 1992 Page 2 M/S/C that the Commission approve the following revised budget for D.J. Smith & Associates for FY 1992-93: 1) Legislative Services $45,000; 2) Project Advocacy Services $36,000; 3) Clean Fuel Locomotive/SCRRA $25,000; and, 4) Travel and Expenses $4,000 -- for a total contract revision amount of $108,200. 4C. GENERAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE. M/S/C that the Commission: 1) authorize the Executive Director to purchase the general liability coverage as presented in the staff memo in an amount not to exceed $75,000; 2) attempt to augment its existing program with a purchased policy intended to cover the Commission for project losses which exceed $5,000,000. Authorize the Executive Director to obtain policy quotes for insurance of this type; and, 3) authorize the Executive Director to enlist the support of the various transportation commissions to pursue legislation which would specifically exempt transportation commissions from project liability. 4D. CAR ALLOWANCES AND STAFF CARS. M/S/C that the Commission: 1) approve a car allowance program which provides compensation in the amount of $300 per month to Assistant Directors who travel more than 5,000 miles per year; and, 2) authorize the Executive Director to purchase two vehicles for an amount not to exceed $35,000. 4E. COST AND SCHEDULE REPORTS FOR THE MONTH OF JULY. M/S/C that the Commission receive and file. 5. HIGHWAYS/LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS. 5A. APPROVAL OF ADDITIONAL LOAN FUNDS TO THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE FOR COMPLETION OF 1-15 CORRIDOR ANALYSIS. M/S/C that the Commission: 1) approve additional loan funds of $11,980 to Riverside County for completion of the 1-15 Corridor Analysis and Project Study Report for a new interchange; and, 2) direct staff to revise the Memorandum of Understanding to reflect the additional loan funds under the same terms. RCTC Budget and Finance Committee Meeting of August 5, 1992 Page 3 5B. APPROVAL OF CONSULTANT CONTRACT WITH HOLMES & NARVER FOR CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT SERVICES CONSULTANT AGREEMENT FOR THE ROUTE 91, ORANGE COUNTY LINE TO MAIN STREET, HOV MEDIAN WIDENING MEASURE A HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. After review of the proposed equipment and cost, it was determined by the Committee members the size and cost of the vehicles be downsized. M/S/C that the Commission approve a Consultant Service Contract with Holmes & Narver for Construction Support Services with a budget amount of $372,659 for the base contract amount, and $102,341 for the extra work. Also, approve an additional budget of $62,000 for the purchase of five medium pick-up trucks to be used by Holmes & Narver during the lift of this contract and then returned to the Commission. The total contract value is $537,000. 6. TRANSIT/RIDESHARE/PARK-N-RIDE. 6A. SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY REQUEST FOR FY 1992-93 State Transportation Assistance Funds. M/S/C that an allocation of an estimated $1,250,000 in FY 1992- 93 STAF Apportionment for Riverside County be made to the SunLine Transit Agency to be used for their CNG Project. 6B. MEASURE A FUNDING REQUEST FROM RIVERSIDE GENERAL HOSPITAL. M/S/C that the Commission allocated $70,122 in Measure A Specialized Transit funds for Riverside General Hospital's Transportation Program. 6C. MEASURE A FUNDING REQUEST FROM FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION OF WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY. M/S/C that the Commission allocate an additional $57,500 in Measure A Specialized Transit funds for Family Services Association of Western Riverside County Transportation Program and waive the 50% maintenance of effort on operating funds for the 1992-93 fiscal year. RCTC Budget and Finance Committee Meeting of August 5, 1992 Page 4 7. COMMUTER RAIL 7A. FY 1991-92 TRANSIT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECT FUNDS. M/S/C that the Commission approve the use of the remaining unobligated balance of FY 1991-92 TCI grant funds for the purchase of additional rail passenger cars under the SCRRA Bombadier/UTDC procurement. This results in a commitment of $1.655 million of TCI and $1.655 million of Measure A funds. 7B. FY 1992-94 TRANSIT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT (TCI) PROGRAM APPLICATION. M/S/C that the Commission authorize resubmission of the unfunded balance of the Downtown Riverside Commuter Rail Station for consideration in the FY 1993-94 TCI program. 7C. RADER RAIL CAR. M/S/C that the Commission not procure used commuter rail cars from Rader Rail Car. 7D. RIVERSIDE STATION COMMUTER RAIL PLATFORM - APPROVAL OF CONSTRUCTION PACKAGE FOR BIDDING AND REVIEW OF DESIGN OF THE DOWNTOWN COMMUTER RAIL STATION. M/S/C that the Commission approve the design package for the Downtown Commuter Rail Platform to be released for bids and award to be made to the lowest responsible bidder. The Commission should review and give direction for inclusion of any desired architectural enhancements to the station. 7E. MODIFICATION OF SCOPE OF SERVICES FOR SCHIERMEYER CONSULTING SERVICES. M/S/C that the Commission approve an additional $10,000 for SCS to perform this business outreach service on behalf of RCTC. RCTC Budget and Finance Committee Meeting of August 5, 1992 Page 5 7F. PROMOTIONAL TRIP ON UNION PACIFIC. M/S/C that the Commission endorse and direct staff to make arrangements for a Union Pacific promotional trip in either September or October. 8. URGENCY ITEMS. M/S/C to add the following agenda items as urgency items. The items arose after the agenda was mailed out. 8A. BUDGET REVISION FOR VALLEY RESEARCH AND PLANNING. M/S/C that the Commission authorize the Executive Director to transfer $7,205.30 from the 92/93 budget of Valley Research and Planning to the 91/92 budget, for a total 91/92 budget of $67,205.30 and a 92/93 budget of $52,794.70. 8B. CONTRACT WITH DOUG AUSLANDER FOR FINANCIAL ADVISORY SERVICES. Jack Reagan informed the Committee members that Doug Auslander, previously with Kemper Securities, has recently accepted employment with Smith, Barney, Harris Upham & Company. RCTC's contract with Kemper Securities contained a provision which required the services of Doug Auslander as key personnel. If the Commission elected to retain Doug in the role of financial advisor, the contract with Kemper would have to be terminated, and a contract with Smith Barney executed. Execution of a contract with Smith Barney for financial advisory services would require their not serving as an underwriter for the Commission's bonds. M/S/C that the Commission authorize the Executive Director to terminate the contract with Kemper Securities for financial advisory services, and to execute a contract with Doug Auslander in an amount not to exceed $10,000 for 90 days, with a 30-day extension clause if needed. RCTC Budget and Finance Committee Meeting of August 5, 1992 Page 5 9. ADJOURNMENT. The meeting was adjourned at 11:35 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Naty K p nha �r Office Services Manager AGENDA ITEM /MA RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Louie Martin, Project Controls Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Cooperative Agreement with Caltrans for Project Cost and Schedule Services During the 1992 fiscal year, RCTC staff assisted Caltrans with scheduling of Riverside County project in order to better assess the Caltrans resource requirements relative to the Measure A highway projects. Caltrans has requested additional cost and schedule support for the 1993 fiscal year. Caltrans has indicated that RCTC will be fully compensated for this assistance. Staff has been working on an agreement with Caltrans outlining the terms of these services and expect the agreement to be brought forward for RCTC review this month. A draft agreement will be presented to the Administrative Committee for review. STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission approve the draft agreement for RCTC to provide project cost and schedule services to Caltrans for the 1993 fiscal year in the amount of $320,000. LM:sc AGENDA ITEM #4B RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Karl Sauer, Measure A Project Coordinator THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Contract Amendment No. 2 for Agreement No. RO-9002 with KaWES and Associates, for Construction Support Services. The Route 91 Median Widening Project, from the Orange County Line to Main Street in the City of Corona, started construction in July of 1991. It is currently on schedule and is expected to be complete by June of 1993. The Commission had previously approved an amendment to KaWES's contract in March of 1991 (#5B1) for $150,000 to provide technical support for the following activities: 1, Response to Office Engineer questions related to PS&E approval to advertise. 2. Responding to technical questions from prospective bidders during the bidding phase. 3. Engineering support for design changes that may occur during project construction. 4. Compilation of "As -Built" information for inclusion in the project plans upon /project completion. As of the last billing period $22,458 has been expended on activities #1 & #2, and $104,248 has been expended on activity #3, totaling $126,706. This leaves $23,294 to complete activities #3 & #4 for the remainder of the project. The above budget was only an estimate. There have been several problem areas that have surfaced during project construction that required additional engineering effort not foreseen in the original estimate. The following is a tabulation of these problem areas: 1. Provided Engineering Construction Support for the Ramp Metering Project ($15,000). 2. Major Rework of the West Prado Over Head by Dokken Engineering to conform to new guidelines required by Caltrans ($30,000). Page Two September 2, 1992 Contract Amendment No. 2 for Agreement No. RO-9002 with KaWES and Associates, for Construction Support Services. 3. Prepare grid grade calculations and cross -sections for Auxiliary lane and North East Connector, previously not required ($15,000) 4, Revised profile grade drawings for the project and all other affected drawings, requested by Caltrans to assure a smooth roadway profile ($45,000). Staff has requested that KaWES submit a proposed budget amendment to augment the remainder of the current budget to cover technical support by KaWES for the remainder of the project. Amendment No. 2 to Contract RO-9002 is attached and proposes an additional $60,000 be approved to augment the remaining $23,294 to cover technical support services, Activity #3, for the remainder of the project. The scope of services for Activity #4, As -Built Drawings, will be deleted from KaWES's contract but will be revisited at project conclusion when more information is available. Legal counsel will review the amendment prior to approval. STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission approve Amendment No. 2 to Contract RO-9002 in the amount of $60,000 for technical support of construction activities on the Route 91, OCL to Main Street, Measure A Highway Improvement Project. Amendment to be reviewed by Legal Counsel prior to approval. KS:sc AGENDA ITEM #4C RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget and Finance Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Coordinator THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Amendment 3 to PBQ&D Contract RCTC signed an MOU with SANBAG (R09020) in December of 1990 to be the lead agency for the portion of the Interstate 215 improvement that occurs in San Bernardino County south of Interstate 10. RCTC negotiated and signed a contract with PBQ&D (R09018) in August of 1990 to provide preliminary engineering and environmental documents for an HOV lane addition to 1215 for Interstate 215 from the East junction with State Route 60 north to Interstate 10. The contract was amended in December of 1990 to include the evaluation of the Ultimate alternative and to provide full environmental clearance for the Ultimate Project. PBQ&D will provide preliminary engineering and environmental studies to support the PSR, PR and EIR/EIS documents for the Interstate 215 improvements. Recently, management direction has both delayed and changed the scope of the project. The result of these changes is that additional alternatives will now have to be studied, the project limits have been increased on the East, West and South in order to properly tie into adjacent projects, the environmental study for the Ultimate alternative will be rescoped as a Tier I study, and the preferred alternative will be a full standard HOV addition (one lane in each direction) throughout the project limits. Scoping discussions are currently being conducted with Caltrans to determine the timing and staging of the improvements so that improvements can be delivered at an early date if possible in key sections such as between the East and West Junctions with State Route 60. Where possible, the Measure alternative of providing a reduced standard HOV addition will be maintained as an initial stage to a full standard facility that will be added or improved upon at a future date. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff and Legal Counsel are still reviewing the scope of the amendment as well as reviewing the impact that this change will have on the current MOU with SANBAG. The final format for Amendment 3 to the PBQ&D contract and the proposed change to the MOU with SANBAG will be presented at the Administrative committee meeting. WRH:sc AGENDA ITEM #4D RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Keith Fullenwider, Project Coordinator THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Contract Amendment No. 3 for Agreement RO-9101 with Greiner, Inc., Preliminary Engineering and Final Design Services for the Route 91 Median Widening Project, from Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street In February of 1992, the Commission approved Amendment Number Two to the Contract Agreement, which, in part, directed Greiner and their subconsultant J.F. Davidson to perform final design (PS&E) services for the State Route 91 Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street median widening (HOV) project. At this time, Greiner is requesting an amendment to the agreement, for compensation due to the addition of extra scope of work to the original milestones set forth in Amendment Number Two, for the PS&E work task. This additional work scope is a result of several situations that have occurred since the approval of amendment number two: 1. Caltrans has required that all final design submittals after September 1, 1992 incorporate the latest design specifications. The SR 91 (HOV) project final design is scheduled for submittal in early November, therefore some of the previous work completed on the specification documents will have to be revised to comply with the Caltrans' requirement. 2. Numerous design changes, initiated by the Caltrans review process, have necessitated additional manhours to add or delete design elements of the original project concept. 3. Also, due to the compression of the original project schedule duration, the consultants have had to work overtime hours to meet several key schedule milestone dates, resulting in extra labor costs not factored into the original budget. 4. In addition, Caltrans has been working on a fiber-optic project along the SR 91 freeway, from the 60/91 /215 interchange to the Orange County line. They have requested that RCTC incorporate some of the initial design features of their project into the RCTC median widening final design drawings. This would allow a conduit, that will ultimately contain a fiber-optic cable, to be Page Two September 2, 1992 Contract Amendment No. 3 for Agreement RO-9101 with Greiner, Inc., Preliminary Engineering and Final Design Services for the Route 91 Median Widening Project, from Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street constructed in the SR 91 freeway median at the same time the construction of the HOV lanes and drainage facilities are being done. This would result in a considerable savings in construction costs and traffic impacts. The construction costs for this conduit will be paid by Caltrans, as a separate bid item of the final design package. The cost to RCTC for the inclusion of the Caltrans fiber-optic conduit design into the PS&E package is $8,530.93. 5. The scope of work for amendment number two outlined a need for eventual construction phase engineering support, but at that time a budget was not requested of Greiner. At this time, Greiner was directed to provide a cost estimate for these construction services, as part of the amendment number three scope of work. Staff has reviewed the scope of work and cost proposals for the five work tasks as outlined above. The final draft of the amendment number three is available for review from RCTC staff. Staff recommends that RCTC approve Amendment No. 3 to the contract with Greiner, Inc. in the amount of $225,260.92. The remaining contract agreement extra work authorizations are unaffected by this action and remain available for use through the remainder of the contract duration. STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission approve the contract Amendment No. 3 to Agreement RO-9101 in the amount of $225,260.92. KF:sc i AGENDA ITEM #4E � ] RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Karl Sauer, Bechtel Project Coordinator THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Cooperative Agreements for the following Measure A Highway Improvement Projects: 1) Route 79, from Gilmans Spring Road to First Street in the City of Beaumont. 2) Route 79, from Keller Road to Newport Road. The Measure A plan calls for improvements on Route 79 for the two projects referenced above. Normally, Cooperative Agreements are entered into at the onset of preliminary engineering for the project. Because of the difficulty in reaching agreement on the exact wording for one of the first Cooperative Agreements initiated for the I- 215 Measure A projects, and to keep that project and all other Measure A projects moving towards completion of preliminary engineering and environmental clearance, the project development process was initiated by RCTC on many projects without resolution of the Cooperative Agreement language. For Route 79, this allowed the approval of contracts with Dames & Moore, Centennial and Korve to complete the necessary engineering, environmental and traffic studies required to complete the preliminary engineering and environmentally clear the projects. Contracts were also approved with Greiner and Converse for Final PS&E Design Services, Right -of -Way Mapping and Geotechnical Services for the Route 79 Lamb Canyon Project and Centennials contract was amended to include Right -of -Way Mapping in their scope of services for the Route 79 Keller to Newport Project. RCTC and Caltrans has subsequently reached resolution on the wording for the I-215 Cooperative Agreement. The attached Route 79 Cooperative Agreements was patterned after the 1-215 Agreement. The draft Agreement has been reviewed by Caltrans District and Headquarters personnel and RCTC. Legal Counsel. Caltrans comments have been incorporated into the Agreement and the document has been sent to RCTC Legal Counsel for final review. Route 79 Coop Agreements September 2, 1992 Page 2 of 2 STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission approve the Route 79 Cooperative Agreements to be entered into by Caltrans and RCTC for the following projects: 1) Project Development and Final Design PS&E for the Route 79 Measure A Improvement Project, from Gilmans Spring Road (PM 33.9) to First Street (PM 40.1) in the City of Beaumont. 2) Project Development and Right -of -Way Engineering for the Route 79 Measure A Improvement Project, from Keller Road (PM 10.9) to Newport Road (PM 15.2). KS:sc AGENDA ITEM #4F RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: TO: FROM: THROUGH: SUBJECT: Cajalco Corridor Study- Increase In Authorized Contract Amount For P&D Technologies September 2, 1992 Budget and Finance Committee Mike Davis, Environmental Manager Paul Blackwelder, Deputy Executive Director RCTC received a request from P&D Technologies dated July 27, 1992 for an additional increase in their authorized contract amount for the Cajalco Corridor Study (Phase II). This request is in the amount of $10,905.75 and would increase the total amount of their Phase II contract from the $114,940.00 approved by the Commission at the February 13, 1992 meeting (Agenda Item 1288 1 to $125,845.75. In addition P&D Technologies has requested $503.10 for attendance at a presentation March 18, 1992 to brief Supervisor Dunlap and her staff on the overall status of the Cajalco Corridor Study. The inclusion of this $503.10 would increase the total contract value to $126,348.45. Since the Commission has reached a major impasse as far as determining Corridor alternatives, resolving landuse and traffic issues, and potential connections into Orange County RCTC will require no further work by P&D Technologies at this time to complete the Cajalco Corridor study. Caltrans will assume responsibility for any future work for developing the Cajalco Corridor Study. RCTC staff has reviewed P&D Technologies request and have determined that the additional work summarized in their July 27, 1992 letter (attached) was not covered in the original agreement and was necessary for collecting information, attending meetings and conducting supporting studies to provide information used by the Commission to determine extent of its future participation in the Phase II Cajalco Corridor Study. 6TAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commissin approve P&D Technologies final request for funding in the amount of $11,408.85 which will end the Commission's current paticipation in the Cajalco Corridor Study. MD:sc AGENDA ITEM #5A RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget and Finance Committee FROM: Marilyn Williams, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Measure A Commuter Bicycling Demonstration Program Among the various projects submitted under the Commission's FY 91 /92 Congestion Management and Air Quality (CMAQ) process was a proposal by the Riverside Bicycle Commuter Coalition (RBCC). A non-profit organization, the RBCC was officially organized in May, 1992. The promotion of bicycling as a safe and viable commuting alternative is the mission of its membership comprised of bicycling commuters, employee transportation coordinators, public and private. bicycle clubs, public and private employers, and interested individuals. Although a new organization, the RBCC has fashioned a strong public/private partnership to address the needs of commuting bicyclists in Western Riverside County. Their initial efforts have focused on seeking funds through membership fees and the submittal of grant applications under the South Coast Air Quality Management District's AB2766 process and RCTC's CMAQ process. In response to an RBCC request, the Commission allocated $2,500 to support the preparation of the AB2766 grant. The RBCC proposal requested CMAQ funding in the amount of $212,280 with a 20% match of $53,320 for a total project cost of $266,600. Five program areas were proposed to be implemented including education, bicycle to work program assistance, motorist awareness campaign, facilities loan program, and database matchlists. The proposal is attached for reference. While the RBCC proposal was not funded under the CMAQ process, its merits caused staff to evaluate its application to the Measure A Commuter Assistance Program. The proposal's focus is broad based and responds to the fact that most commuters within Western Riverside County travel less than 10 miles to work. They are the hardest group of commuters to move into alternative forms of transportation because of the close distances between work and home. Page Two September 2, 1992 Measure A Commuter Bicycling Demonstration Program The impact a strong commuter bicycling program can make is illustrated by Fleetwood Enterprises, Inc. Their "Mud, Sweat & Gears" program has attracted over 11 % of the employees (70 + 1 at their Rudicill headquarters site into commuting by bicycle at least one day a week. Staff meet with the RBCC Board to determine if they would be interested in a consultant arrangement under the Commission's Measure A Commuter Assistance Program. The Board expressed their excitement at the opportunity to contract with the Commission and took formal action to authorize its Chairperson to represent the RBCC in development of an agreement. During the meeting, the CMAQ proposal was reviewed in detail to identify those tasks of the proposal that were consistent with the approach of existing Measure A funded commuter assistance programs. Generally, those tasks which provide services directly to the commuter and employer were considered the highest priority, such as a regional bicycle map, commuter bicycling handbook and newsletter, bike clinics, and equipment loan program. Tasks which would NOT be included in a first year demonstration are a mobile resource unit, video, radio campaign and matching database software. It is staff's recommendation that a Commuter Bicycling Demonstration Program be developed and implemented to determine it's effectiveness in shifting local work related trips from the automobile to the bicycle. Within the context of the RBCC CMAQ proposal, and as modified by staff comments above, it is recommended that staff be authorized to negotiate an agreement with the RBCC, subject to legal counsel review. Measure A commuter assistance funds are proposed to fund the demonstration program for the period September '92 thru June '93 at an amount not to exceed $160,000. STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission: 1) Direct staff to negotiate and finalize an agreement with the Riverside Bicycle Commuter Coalition, pursuant to the attached CMAQ proposal, for the development and implementation of a Commuter Bicycling Demonstration Program; 2) Approve the agreement as negotiated by staff, subject to legal counsel review, and authorize the Executive Director to execute, on behalf of the Commission, said agreement with RBCC; and 3) Approve the expenditure of Measure A Commuter Assistance funds in an amount not to exceed $160,000 for the bicycle commuter program for the period September '92 thru June '93. AGENDA ITEM #5B RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget and Finance Committee FROM: Marilyn Williams, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Measure A Lease Park-n-Ride Program For the past two years, the Commission has contracted with Inland Transportation Services (ITS) to secure and manage park-n-ride lease agreements with private property owners. During FY90/91, two consulting firms were under contract as a mechanism to establish performance standards for services. Given that no lease agreements had been completed by one of the firms, the Commission did not renew that firms contract for a second year. The first two years of the lease park-n-ride program efforts have focused on acquiring sites along major highway corridors. The attached list identifies the leased locations totalling 435 parking spaces at seven sites. Five sites were secured in the first year and two sites totalling 174 spaces were secured during FY91 /92. The attached FY92/93 proposal from ITS outlines completed tasks for the year ending August 15, 1992. In addition to negotiating two new lease agreements, ITS: ■ renewed four existing agreements; ■ coordinated the installation of park-n-ride freeway and local street signs with Ca!trans and property owners; ■ marketed the locations through the Press Enterprise and Corona Independent newspapers, distributed flyers to 900+ Riverside and Orange County employers, and posted 750 + flyers on automobile windshields at park-n-ride lots; * coordinated with regional rideshare agencies to ensure updated site information was included on commuter rideshare matchlists; • surveyed leased sites to determine use rates; and, • prepared and submitted various documentation reports as required by staff. Page Two September 2, 1992 Measure A Lease Park-n-Ride Program Based on performance and program continuity, staff recommends that the ITS lease park-n-ride consultant agreement be amended to include services for the period August 15, 1992 to August 15, 1993. Hourly rates established in FY90/91 contract would remain unchanged: project manager at $65/hour and marketing specialist at $45/hour. Services would continue to be rendered on an as needed basis under the direction of Commission staff. The previous two contracts included a not to exceed limit of $25,000 per year. Expenditures for the year just ending are estimated at $17,000. For FY92/93 staff recommends that Measure A highway funds be allocated in an amount not to exceed $ 20, 000. The lowered contract limit reflects an anticipated change in effort from negotiation of lease agreements to marketing of existing sites to increase use. A survey of the original five lots (261 spaces) in March '92 set a base use rate of 35%. A May '92 survey of the same lots showed a 47% use rate, a 12% increase. The two newest lots (174) were also survey in May showing a base use rate of 18%. Staff will continue to evaluate the need for additional park-n-ride lease sites. It is anticipated that smaller sites located further east and south of the Riverside/Corona areas may be the most appropriate areas to secure lease parking spaces. This focus reflects a change from the first two years and is responsive to changing conditions. First, Caltrans has completed negotiations with the Galleria at Tyler for 400 spaces and California Baptist College for 222 spaces. Caltrans construction of 135 spaces at Rt.60 at Orange Street is scheduled for completion April '93. Moreno Valley's Canyon Springs Mall has contacted Caltrans to dedicate 100 park-n-ride spaces. As a result, a total of 857 new spaces will be added to the existing RCTC and Caltrans inventory of 1,185 spaces. Second, the implementation of commuter rail service and related park-n-ride and kiss- n-ride facilities will provide a new mode choice to commuters. Use of rail service may cause a shift in existing commuter patterns. The lease park-n-ride program should continue to be flexible and responsive to changing conditions. STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission: (1) Approve, pursuant to the attached proposal and subject to legal counsel review, amendment of the existing contract for lease park-n-ride services with Inland Transportation Services at hourly rates of S65/Project Manager and S45/Marketing Specialist, (2) Authorize the Executive Director to execute the amended agreement on behalf of the Commission, and (3) Allocate Measure A highway funds in an amount not to exceed $20,000 for the period August 15, 1992 to August 15, 1993. AGENDA ITEM #6A RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Mark T. Massman, Measure A Project Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Value Engineering Review of Downtown Commuter Rail Station RCTC, Bechtel, and SCRRA staff are performing a value engineering review of the design for the downtown commuter rail station. It is expected that the review will be complete and a report will be made to the Commission. Several cost savings options will be presented. STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission receive the report and provide direction on cost savings options to be implemented. MTM:sc AGENDA ITEM #6B DATE: TO: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION September 2, 1992 Budget and Finance Committee FROM: Tom Horkan, Measure A Project Coordinator Mark T. Massman, Measure A Project Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Planning, Environmental, and Engineering Design Consultant Contract for Commuter Rail Station at Limonite Avenue and Pedley Road The second commuter rail station on the Union Pacific line from Riverside to Los Angeles is proposed to be located on 4.6 Acres of property currently owned by Union Pacific near the intersection of Limonite Avenue and Pedley Road in Riverside County. RCTC recently completed a selection process to rank consultants to complete site planning; environmental study and clearance; and preparation of plans, specifications, and estimates for commuter rail stations in the Metrolink system. The top ranked firm in the selection process was Pountney and Associates. Pountney and Associates has offices in San Diego and Palm Desert and has performed similar activities for the Escondido multi -modal station. Staff prepared a Request for Proposal for the Limonite-Pedley station planning and engineering work. Pountney and Associates has responded to that RFP with a proposed scope of work. Staff has found the proposal to be in general accordance with the RFP. Staff will continue to negotiate with Pountney and Associates and will present the final proposed consultant cost at the Budget and Finance committee meeting. Consultant Proposal The proposed scope of work for the Limonite-Pedley station includes three phases of work. Phase I is a planning phase which involves developing site plan options, identifying physical site constraints, and identification of potential environmental issues. Phase II will involve all of the environmental studies and preparation of the environmental document for the project. Preliminary Engineering needed to complete the environmental clearance will be performed in Phase II. During Phase II the Page Two September 2, 1992 Planning, Environmental, and Engineering Design Consultant Contract for Commuter Rail Station at Limonite Avenue and Pedley Road consultant will also perform studies on the development opportunities for the site and any surrounding property that may be available. The County of Riverside owns excess property from the construction of the Limonite -Van Buren Grade Separation project that may be potential joint -use development parcels. Phase III of the project will include final design and the preparation of Plans, Specifications and Estimates for the construction bid package. To assist in the completion of the three phases of the work effort a project advisory committee will be formed consisting of staff from the County of Riverside, SCRRA, RTA, Schiermeyer Consulting Services, RCTC, Bechtel, and the project consultant. Based on the use of CMAQ funding for construction of the platform and parking lot, the environmental process will include clearance under both CEQA and NEPA. Staff is working with Caltrans and the Federal Transit Administration on the details of the CMAQ funding requirements which will need to be met for the Limonite-Pedley station and exploring all options to have the most timely implementation of the station, and insure the federal funding for the project. Pountney and Associates has estimated the consultant services to be $244,434.00 for completion of all three phases of work. RCTC and Bechtel staff will be meeting with Pountney and Associates during the next week to finalize a consultant cost and final scope of work. Phase I and Phase II are expected to be completed in December of this year. Phase III work would be commenced in December and could be completed in late January or February. The Phase III work may be accelerated if the project concept is finalized earlier than December and there appears to be no environmental concerns with the site. The RCTC standard consultants agreement will be executed for the consulting services. STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission approve the contract with Pountney and Associates for completion of planning, environmental, and design services for the proposed Limonite- Pedley commuter rail station. The currently proposed consultant cost is $244,434.00 for all three phases. Staff will present a final proposed cost at the Budget and Finance Committee meeting. Staff also recommends that a 15% contingency fund be established for extra work to be authorized by the Executive Director. The currently proposed total work authorization by the Commission including the 15% extra work fund would be $281,000. AGENDA ITEM #BC AGENDA ITEM No. 6C BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Coordinator THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Develop Rail Parcel Information Database for RCTC The Commission currently owns parcels at various locations that were acquired to facilitate project development for both highways and rail. When the Rail negotiations are finalized, the Commission will have an additional one hundred parcels to manage and keep track of the information that is associated with each parcel. A database system can be designed to help keep track of the important information that is associated with each parcel as well any legal agreements or documents associated with each parcel such as maps, and other pertinent data. It is estimated that a database can be designed to provide the necessary input and reporting functions for less than $5,000. STAFF RECOMMENDATION That several bids should be obtained to provide the database design for RCTC with a cost not to exceed $5,000. Legal Counsel will prepare an agreement with the low bidder to develop the RCTC database. STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES -MEASURE A BUDGET VARIANCE EXPLANATIONS Revenues Sales tax allocations- Due to the recession taxable sales in Riverside County for the first two quarters of the year declined between eight and nine percent. The rate of decline improved for the third quarter with taxable sales decreasing only four percent. Fouth quarter declined 5.5% compared to fourth quarter of the prior year from $12,312,475 to $11,622,982. For the twelve months ended June 30, 1992, sales tax revenues declined 4.5%, from $48,286,350 to 46,107,144. The rate of decline was actually encouraging given that estimates earlier in the year predicted the decline could potentially be greater than 10%. Interest income- Interest earnings are higher than expected due to a slower drawdown of bond funds than originally anticipated. Additionally, the interest rate on the County's pool was estimated for budget purposes at six percent, but for the first part of the year it has has averaged about seven percent. Though that rate is rapidly declining as the County's pool of investments matures and is reinvested, interest income for the year will still exceed budgeted amount as the County's interest earnings are only posted through quarter ending March 31, 1992. Expenditures Salaries and Benefits- Not all positions originally anticipated in the budget were filled. It was determined that one of the senior staff analyst positions originally approved was not needed at this time. Step increases have also been modest given the low rate of inflation and the current recession. Measurement A management- Bechtel invoices had only been received through May 1992. With the June invoice the Bechtel contract would be close to 100% of budget. Legal services- Legal expenditures include toll road pass thru costs for JHK and Ernst & Young. These costs will be classified as project expenditures at year end. Also, rail negotiations have required extensive involvement from 0, Melveny & Myers. Right of Way- Includes purchase of the Ferguson property for $15.2 million and several other right of way acquisitions along the 60/91/I-215 interchange. Local street and roads- Streets and roads disbursements are based on a percentage of revenues. If revenues are higher than anticipated, then streets and roads will naturally exceed the budgeted amount. Regional arterial and commuter rail- Both of these budget categories were budgeted as program amounts(i.e., full amount available to be spent). These programs are in early stages of development and therefore have not incurred major costs to date. Commuter rail- Commuter rail expenditures consists primarily of $1.7 million installment payment toward the RCTC share of the JPA budget, another $1.7 million for the Taylor Yard facility, $1.9 million for the purchase of the Serfas Club rail site, and $5.5 million for the Pierce Street station sit Other costs have been relatively low pending the finalization of the UP deal and continued negotiation with Santa Fe. STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES -SAFE BUDGET VARIANCE EXPLANATIONS Revenues DMV user fees- The State traditionally runs two months behind in forwarding DMV user fees to the countiesl. These revenues are only through April 1992. Interest income- Interest earnings will be lower than expected due to a more rapid decline in the County's pooled rate than staff anticipated. The latter half of the year the County's pool rate has been less than 5.5%. Staff had projected about 6%. Expenditures Salaries and Benefits- -Jerry Rivera, Staff Analyst is being trained to handle a substantial portion of SAFE activities. Allocation of his salary along with that of Hideo Sugita has resulted in SAFE salaries and benefits being higher than originally budgeted. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget and Finance Committee FROM: Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Coordinator THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Addition of Psomas Tasks 11 & 12 to develop Standards and Prepare a Rail Geographic Information System for RCTC Psomas & Associates is currently providing the primary survey control for RCTC. To manage the survey control information as well as all of the survey and mapping information that is being prepared by all of the survey Consultants currently working for the Commission, Psomas developed a Survey Records Database. Since all of the information relating to surveying is geographical in nature, a Geographic Information System (GIS) was used. The GIS system utilized Intergraph graphics and an Oracle database. The system allows the operator to point to a graphical image/map on the screen and bring up the information associated with the object. The result was a very powerful tool to simplify the management of a very complex package of information. When the Rail negotiations are finalized, the Commission will again be faced with dealing with a large amount of Rail information that will lend itself to being managed by a GIS system. The GIS system can be designed to keep track of and administer legal agreements and documents associated with each parcel, as well as maps, utility information, and any other pertinent data. The additional scope of work for Psomas with regards to the GIS Rail Database will be twofold. First, Psomas will prepare a set of GIS standards that can be used as a basis for the preparation of any new information. The standards will facilitate the entry of information into the GIS system as well as enhance the useability of the information. For example, if future mapping associated with the rail alignment is all done to the same standard and using the same software, reporting can be processed based on individual items such as specific utilities. If no standards are utilized, the information can still be entered into the database; however, it may be more difficult to separate or process the information at a later date. The ability to filter the information to display only the items of interest at any particular time is extremely useful when analyzing the information contained in the GIS database. Page Two September 2, 1992 Addition of Psomas Tasks 11 & 12 to develop Standards and Prepare a Rail Geographic Information System for RCTC Currently, LACTC, OCTA, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County all have GIS systems that can be compatible with the RCTC GIS system. Psomas will study these existing systems while preparing the standards for the RCTC GIS system. This will facilitate the transfer of information between the systems to share the information that is currently available. The second task will have Psomas generate the initial GIS Rail Database. This initial system will address the Rail Lines pertinent to Riverside County with more emphasis on the Lines to be owned and or leased by RCTC. The initial database will contain items such as existing alignment, information on parcels adjacent to the track and stations, as well as any agreements that pertain to a portion of the track. Additional information regarding the advantages of producing a GIS to manage the rail information is contained in the attached letter from Psomas & Associates. STAFF RECOMMENDATION The actual scope of work and cost to add the above two tasks to the existing Psomas contract will be presented at the Administration meeting. The details of the agreement are currently being reviewed by staff and Legal Counsel. WRH:sc August 24, 1992 Mr. William Hughes RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, California 92501 Subject: Proposed Tasks 11 and 12 Dear Bill: PSOMAS I am writing this letter to point out some of the benefits of using GIS to manage the information that RCTC will inherit as it assumes ownership of the railways for the commuter rail system. As I am sure you are aware, ownership of the railways will put RCTC in a position of responsibility for administering all of the legal agreements, documents, maps, and drawings along the route. Several agencies have created different portions of the information that RCTC will need at an expense of millions of dollars. The approach that Psomas proposes would make use of their previous efforts thereby saving money for RCTC. This information may be found in both digital and hardcopy form and may come from a spread sheet, a file cabinet, a CAD drawing, a mainframe data base, or a GIS. If RCTC can draw on these sources and combine them for its usage the result would be a tremendous savings of time and resources. Because so much of the large volume of data that makes up a rail system has geographic references, GIS is an excellent tool for information management. An approach such as the one that Psomas is presenting allows an organization to integrate dissimilar sets of information from a number sources, access them through a common interface and use them in concert. GIS serves as that common interface and provides a geographic perspective for queries and analysis in addition to the standard data base queries and reporting. Mr. William Hughes Page 2 August 24, 1992 PSOMAS During our latest conversation three primary areas were brought up as key issues for GIS to address: Responsibility of Ownership, Project Development, and Maintenance. Below I have noted some of the capabilities of GIS to address these issues and enhance the operation of RCTC. Responsibility of Ownership - GIS provides an interface to financial, client, and County Assessor data bases based on geographic parameters. This allows a user to calculate revenue from leases and agreements, produce maps showing the location of any or all leases and easements, and produce mailings when property owners near an RCTC property need notifications. An inventory of assets can be taken (miles of track, number of switches, etc.) in total or by area. The location and information regarding a utility, either crossing or running adjacent to a track can be accessed. GIS can be used to manage rail valuation and Haz/Tox information. By using GIS, RCTC as an organization that must acquire and sell land, will better informed to make decisions. Project Development - GIS provides regional maps (zoning, land use, transportation corridors, political boundaries, soil types), the use of demographic data for estimating potential ridership, location and information for hazardous material sites, and integration with CAD for design work. In addition to the location of these features, GIS can cross reference data sets and produce such products as a map showing all of the stations within 1000 feet of a high pressure gas line. Because of the ability of the system to assimilate a number of different types of data, a user can combine survey information, digital orthophotography, utility mapping, right-of-way mapping, and photogrammetry in one system to conduct work on a site such as a proposed station. Maintenance - GIS provides work order generation, access to reference documents, mapping, analysis, and reports. GIS can automate maintenance of the tracks, stations, switches, etc.. The system can be used to project fares generated from the amount of ridership, and track crime to aid in resource allocation for security. One of the greatest advantages to the implementation of this system is that LACTC, OCTA, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County, among other agencies, employ the same system. -:-Lis compatibility will allow RCTC to share information with a number of organizations that have data that could prove very useful. Mr. William Hughes Page 3 August 24, 1992 �s0MAS I have touched on some of the applications and advantages of GIS as an information management tool for RCTC. Bill, if you have further questions about the RCTC's use of GIS please call me at (714) 751-7373 Sincerely, PSOMAS AND ASSOCIATES Jerry A. Wagner Vice President Geographic Information Services KD:pjw �L� AGENDA ITEM #7A RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Paul Blackwelder, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: State Budget Impact On Transportation Funding There have been several Legislative proposals for the State Budget to use transportation revenues to reduce the State deficit. The most significant is to use 20% of the Transportation Development Act (TDA) which is returned to all counties for transit and may also be used under specified condition for local streets and roads purposes in most counties including Riverside County. The Commission staff and Legislative Advocates have been monitoring and these proposals and advising our Legislators of our concerns along with other Regional Transportation Planning Agencies (RTPA's) throughout the state. A report will be presented at the Commission meeting. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Discussion and possible action. PB:sc AGENDA ITEM #7B NO STAFF MEMORANDUM AGENDA ITEM #7C RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 2, 1992 TO: Budget and Finance Committee FROM: Dean Martin, Controller Louie Martin, Project Controls Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Quarterly Financial and Cost Reports Attached are Combining Statements of Revenues and Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances (Unaudited) for the Quarter Ended June 30, 1992. Also, attached are the RCTC Measure A Highway Projects Budget Report by Route, Contract Commitment, Contract Amendments, DBE/MBE Utilization Report, and the Contract Status Report through June 30, 1992 prepared by Bechtel Civil, Inc. Detailed supporting material for all contracts and Cooperative Agreements is available from Bechtel staff. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and File LM/DM:sc STATEME )F REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FU' 'ALANCES BUDGET ,. ACTUAL MEASURE A OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION For Quarter Ending June 30, 1992 REVENUES Sales tax allocations Interest income Reimbursements Other income TOTAL REVENUES EXPENDITURES Administration: Salaries and benefits Measure A management Professional services Office lease Legal services Other expenses Commissioners Per Diem TOTAL ADMINISTRATION Programs: Right of Way Acquisition Highways Local street and roads Regional arterials Commuter assistance Commuter rail Special transp./transit TOTAL PROGRAMS Capital Outlay TOTAL EXPENDITURES REVENUES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDITURES OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) Operating transfers in (out) OTHER FINANCING SOURCES(USES) AND REVENUES OVER(UNDER) EXPENDITURE FUND BALANCE -July 1, 1991 Actual $46,107,144 5,853,547 472,521 249,556 52,682,768 Budget $45,800,000 6,250,000 250,000 0 52,300,000 Remaining Balance ($307,144) 396,453 (222,521) (249,556) (382,768) Percent Utilization 101% 94% 189% 0% 101 % 495,851 765,766 269,915 65% 1,724,081 1,850,000 125,919 93% 392,585 429,888 37,303 91 % 110,904 126,722 15,818 880/0 1,082,484 980,000 (102,484) 1100/0 214,111 277,217 63,106 770/0 18,924 21,889 2,965_ 860/0 4,038,940 4,451,482 412,542 910/0 22,308,362 25,700,000 3,391,638 87% 22,631,409 25,105,663 2,474,254 900/0 17,940,661 17,367,360 (573,301) 1030/0 654,137 2,750,000 2,095,863 240/0 273,929 500,000 226,071 55% 11,558,085 30,670,200 19,112,115 38% 1,656,696 2,575,000 918,304 64% 77,023,279 104,668,223 27,644,944 74% 72,280 103,092 30,812 70% 81,134,499 109,222,797 28,088,298 74% (28,451,731) (56,922,797) (28,471,066) 50% (10,824,777) (10,824,726) 51 100% (39,276,508) 130,472,961 (130,472,961) FUND BALANCE -June 30, 1992 $91,196,453 ($56,922,797) (148,119,250) ESL/961' 16S £06' l81'6l$ ZZ8'866'9£$ l 1S'SZ$ 196'ZL6'0£ 1 (809'9LZ'6£) (LLL' 6Z8'01$) ElE'6SE'8t 060' LZ8 OS L' l66' 6L WE' Z60'8E) (596'SL8'S) llE'ZZ 00C £ (1EL' lS6'8Z) 060'LZ8 (E98'991'Z£) OOZ'£ 6617'6£1'l8S S66'661 EL8'9£8'S£ £ZE'569 08Z'ZL$ 6LZ'EZO'LLS 61L'661 SZ9'Z60'E£ EZ£'S69 969' 999' IS S90'8SS' l l$ 6L9'81.C9 6Z6'ELZ$ LEl'6S9$ 199' 066' L IS £Z£' S69 606' 1E9'ZZ$ 66L'661. 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REVENUES 82 Sales lax allocations 8,184,243 3,263,220 175,519 $11,622,9 Interest income 22,940 254,011 238,761 666 585,894 259,843 S1,362,115 2,499 89,000 83,937 $175,416 Rcuuhursements (S I , I OL,517) Other - 4,893- --(_1,107,410) - _- _._ TOTAL REVENUES 30,332 7,419,844 3,501,981 176,185 669,831 259,843 S12,058,016 1XPENDITURES AdnunislraUon: Salaries and benefits 4,169 (84,528) 114,391 196 S34,228 Measure A management (236,882) 776,554 $539,672 I19,305 $119,305 Professional services 520,352 Office lease 20,352 33,638 (136,791) 400,004 $296,851 Legal services 583,427 Other expenses 83,427 83,427 Commissioners Per Diem - - 4,408 08 - -- _ -- .... ___-- - - - - TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 28,417 (221,319) 0 0 1,290,949 196 $1,098,243 Programs: Right of Way Acquisition 683,939 223,480 $907,419 Ilighways 357,029 6,445,120 199,749 $7,001,898 3,257,702 1,138,047 175,520 $4,571,269 Local street and mats SLIl,61 I Regional arterials 168,696 44,915 Commuter Assistance 78,716 250 $78,966 Commuler rail 5,775,748 2,820 1,323 31,732 $5,811,623 71,331 --_ 571,331 Special transp./transit _- _ _ - - - TOTAL PROGRAMS 10,224,465 ~1,30- 9,813 221,758 6,700,332 199,749 $18,656,117 eapilal Outlay 32,917 - $32,917 TOTAL EXPENDITURES 61,334 10,003,146 1,309,813 221,758 7,991,281 199,945 S19,787,277 REVENUES OVER (TINDER) EXPENDITURES (31,002) --(2,583,302) 2,192,168- --- - (45,573) (7,321,450-) 59,898 ($7,729,261) (YIIIIiR FINANCING SOURCES (USES) � 7(16,195 Operating transfers in (out) 3,644,479 (475,209) (5,875,465) (2,706,195) OTHER FINANCING SOURCES(USES) AND REVENUESOVER(IINDER) EXPENDITURE (31,002) 1,061,177 1,716,959 (45,573) (13,196,915) 59,898 (10,435,456) MINI) BALANCE April I, 1992 1,184,591 14,521,422 16,633,808 24,846 5(1,145,737 19,121,505 88,56.5,634 FUND BALANCE June 30, 1992 $1,153,589 $15,582,599 $18,350,767 ($20,727) $36,948,822 $19,181,403 91,196,453 _ . _ _ - COMBINED STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION SERVICE AUTHORITY FOR FREEWAY EMERGENCIES For Quarter Ending June 30, 1992 REVENUES DMV user fees Interest income Reimbursements Actual 810,983 126,377 TOTAL REVENUES 937,360 Budget % Utilization 960,000 180,000 0 84 % 70 % 1,140,000 82 c EXPENDITURES Administration: Salaries and benefits 54,813 44,828 122% Professional services 12,684 105,535 12% Office lease 8,753 10,004 87% Legal services 6,381 8,149 78% Other expenses 24,145 31,024 78 % Commissioners Per Diem 1,494 1,728 86%. TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 108,270 201,268 54% Program: Call Box Maintenance Call Box Installation Call Box Operation TOTAL PROGRAMS 130,992 175,000 75..c 181,253 448,500 40% 218,481 225,000 97% 530,726 848,500 63% Capital Outlay 5,796 8,139 71 % TOTAL EXPENDITURES 644,792 1,057,907 61% REVENUES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDITURES 292,568 82,093 FUND BALANCE -July 1, 1991 2,224,308 2,098,910 FUND BALANCE -June 30, 1992 S2,516,876 S2,181,003 COMBINED STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION For Quarter Ending June 30, 1992 Actual Budget % Utilization REVENUES Sales tax allocations $1,070,000 1,050,000 102% Interest income 31,643 33,700 94% Reimbursements 891 Other income 770 TOTAL REVENUES 1,103,304 1,083,700 102% EXPENDITURES Administration: Salaries and benefits Professional services Office lease Legal services Other expenses Commissioners Per Diem TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 275,073 373,365 74 455,628 513,454 89% 26,267 30,013 88 % 25,445 25,714 99% 49,398 66,320 74% 4,482 5.184 86% 836,293 1,014,050 82% Programs: Local/regional distributions 427,404 462,980 92% TOTAL PROGRAMS 427,404 462.980 92% Capital Outlay 17,391 24,417 71% TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,281,088 1,501,447 85% REVENUES OVER (UNDER) EXPENDITURES (177,784) (417,747) FUND BALANCE —July 1, 1991 404,573 398,812 FUND BALANCE —June 30, 1992 S226,789 (S18,935) i►LL'ZYL'E6$ L90'179£'t LS SO L'L L9S LZV E LL'i7S 6S9'0.6S't'S OtT6'ZS£' L$ LE£'86Z' LES 88Z'SZV'OZS 09Lr9SE$ £Sires£' LS 8ES' LZZ'ZS LLV E L9'£S EEL'S8Z'8S 8178'LSZ'9 LS 9N111V101 L 10 I. e6ed 095 1:1311 Vf10 110A alVd S3010ANI d0 MOWN 099 N31lid110 110A 03SS3001:1d S3010ANI ]O ki39WnN 06L'BLV'171$ %Z8 500'089'LZit S6E'Z1.6.16LS S1V101 LZ6'9l8'SS 96001 98E'ZZ9'tLS SKE ZZ9'blS 11V1:11i3111WW0O 1+£Z'9t1$ 96001 PL9'ZMt 1•L9'ZMS 301F1-N-)11:IVd ti89'6£ It %86 t►V6'98614 COS' 1VO'SS 'SOAS V NVId WVH9011d EL9'6£55 %86 000'1389'9S 000'9LL'9S "AH3S 1WOW 1O31013d 131H039 90 L'L99S 9636 E6L'00044 6Z9' lEE'.11 WV1i901id 'A01id14139NVH01i31N1 0lt,L08$ %99 17Z9'Eet• ZES LLB' SL9'LES S1231'01Ad 91Z-1 ZZZ'6E9'£$ %99 LL0'955'EE$ £Le'ZtrE'8ES 16 31110E1 %56 LL l' 186S t'SE'8£0' LS S133r01:1d 1 L 131/1011 00'£89'£17LS 96001 000'61.£17 3 000'61-C1gt 99311101:1 t•LL' LESS %99 L£8'069'ZS L 15'990'ES 6L 3111011 9£9' Met %06 009'895'9S 688.0ZE'L$ VL 311101:1 6EZ'£Et?' 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Parsons, Brinkerhoff, Runde end Douglas, Inc. Schiermeyer Consulting Services Route 86 Cooperative Agreement City of Corona Bechtel Corporation NBS/Lowry KeWes and Associates J.F. Davidson Associates Caltrans Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) PSOMAS REPORT COMMIT RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION COMMITMENT LOG REPORT Sorted by CONTRACT NUMBER SCOPE OF WORK AMOUNT AMOUNT TOTAL RCTC COMMITTED TO COMMITTED TO AMOUNT COND. BASE HONK EXTRA WORK COMITTED Specialized Transit Claifas RISC CHARGES RELATED TO RAIL RISC EXPENCE RELATED TO RAIL,FENCES,OPERATING COSTS DEFERRED COMP INSURANCE (WC, LIFE, SHORT E LONG DISAB) LIFELONG i SHORT TERM DISABILITY i WC INS Salaries t Benefits HEALTH i SALARY BENEFITS HEALTH BENEFITS,EMPLOYEES REIMBURSEMENTS Financial Services - Bond Interest Bond Principal Repayment PASS TNRU Environmental Studies with the Keith companies Project Management Rt. 91 Conceptual Design Services Rt. 91 Final design - converted to a lump sum contract Commuter Rails Consulting Services Construct 4 lane expressway at Rt. 86 Cooperative Agreement Program Management Final Design Svcs for Rt 91 bet. 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