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11 November 4, 1992 Budget & Finance053777 RIVERSIDE COUNTY' TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE (COMMISSIONERS RUSS BEIRICH, KAY CENICEROS, CORKY LARSON, PAT MURPHY) WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1992 g:...;......:.........: 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. PUBLIC HEARING - DRAFT 1992 MEASURE A 1TRATEGIC FINANCIAL PLAN UPDATE.* The Commission will conduct a public hearing at its November 12, 1992 meeting for the purpose of soliciting comments from the public on the Draft Strategic Financial Plan. Staff Recommendation That the Commission, at their November 12th meeting, hold a public hearing and discuss for possible action. 5. HIGHWAYS/LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS. 5A. AMENDMENT NO. 2 T9 CONTRACT RO-91-22 TO ENGINEERING SCIENCE FQR A RELOCATION IMPACT REPORT FOR THE ROUTE 74 PROJECT. • Staff Recommendation To authorize staff to develop, and the Executive Director to execute, Amendment No. 2 to Contract RO-91-22 in the amount of $15,060 for a Relocation Impact Report for the Route 74 project. A standard contract amendment will be used and reviewed by Legal Counsel. Page 3 ,udget and Finance Committee Agenda .ovember 4, 1992 6B. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL - ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INTEGRATED TRANSIT PLANNING PROCESS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND COORDINATION OF NEW TRANSIT SERVICES IN THE WESTERN RIVERSIDE COU"rY. Staff Recommendation To circulate a request for proposal from qualified consulting firms to conduct a study that will develop a process for the Commission to use to make funding decision for new transit service and to improve service delivery through greater coordination or consolidation in the Western Riverside County area with a budget not -to -exceed $70,000. 7. AMENDMENT TO CONTRACTS WITH HAZARDOUS WASTE CONSULTANTS TO PERFORM DUE DILIGENCE AUDITS FOR ACQUISITION OF RAILROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY AND COMMUTER RAIL STATION SITES FROM THE ATSF RAILWAY (SANTA FE). Staff Recommendation To approve $150,000 to perform the additional Phase 1 and Phase 2 Hazardous Waste work for the Santa Fe and Union Pacific Rail lines and authorize the Executive Director to execute the amendments to the contracts with the previously "approved" Hazardous Waste consultants for the work, subject to Legal Counsel review. The total not -to -exceed amount for "approved" hazardous waste consultants would be $400,000. 8. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORTS.' Staff Recommendation Receive and file. 9. PROPOSAL FOR BONDING TRANSACTION. Staff Recommendation For discussion and possible action. 10. CLOSED SESSION - if necessary. 11. ADJOURNMENT. `Routine end/or previously discussed items. MINUTES RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION MINUTES BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1992 AGENDA 1. CALL TO ORDER. Commissioner Russ Beirich called the Budget & Finance Committee meeting to order at 10:30 a.m. at the offices of Lund & Guttry, 39-700 Bob Hope Drive, The Bob Hope Building, Ste. 309, Rancho Mirage, CA. Members Present: Russell Beirich Corky Larson Pat Murphy Others Present: Keith Curry, Professional Financial Management Dean Martin, RCTC Controller Mark Massman, Measure A Project Manager Jack Smith, City Manager, City of Murrieta Jack Reagan, Executive Director 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES. M/S/C to approve the minutes of the September 2, 1992 Budget & Finance Committee as presented. 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS. There were no public comments. 4. PUBLIC HEARING. This item was pulled from the agenda as the newspaper notice had not been prepared in time for publication. 5. QUARTERLY ECONOMIC REPORT SPONSORSHIP. M/S/C to approve a one-year sponsorship ($8,500) of the Quarterly Economic Report. °age 3 ,dget and Finance Committee Minutes October 7, 1992 7B. AMENDMENT NO. 3 TO PBQ&❑ CONTRACT. M/S/C to: (1) Extend the Parsons contract by $756,186 which is $325,738 over and above the amount that is currently available from the existing extra work and that an additional $150,000 be maintained in extra work for future scope changes to the contract. The total revised commitment to the PBQ&D contract will be $4,946,281 with an additional $150,000 of contingency; (2) Direct staff to renegotiate the present 75/25 percentage split between RCTC and SANBAG for a split of 80/20 (+/-) 2%; (3) Concur with staff's, FHWA's, and Caltrans' decision to follow option 2A for future improvement of the portion of 1-215 between East Junction with Route 60 and West Junction with Route 60 as availability of funding and other priorities permit; and (4) Provide policy direction to staff to assist in keeping the project focused on delivery of an alternative that is within the funding limits of the Measure Program. 8. COMMUTER RAIL. 8A. UNION PACIFIC CONSTRUCTION THROUGH RIVERSIDE. M/S/C to authorize addition of barrier construction on Dewey Street between Brockton and Palm Avenue in Riverside to the list of approved construction on the UPRR line and make available to the SCRRA an additional $25,000 for construction. 8B. COUNTY ASSISTANCE WITH THE RELOCATION OF RESIDENTS ON THE PIERCE STREET PROPERTY AND REQUEST FOR CONTRACTS FOR ASBESTOS ABATEMENT AND DEMOLITION OF IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE PIERCE AND CRIDGE STREET !PORTER) PROPERTIES. M/S/C (1) To approve solicitation of bids for asbestos abatement work and demolition of improvement work for the Pierce Street Property with the contracts being awarded to the lowest bidder for each type of work. Also, to authorize a total budget of $10,000 for the Asbestos Abatement and $30,000 for the demolition of improvements and authorize the Executive Director to execute contracts for the work; subject to Legal Counsel review; and (2) That the construction contract with Herzog Construction be amended to include the demolition of improvements for the Cridge Street property. A maximum of $25,000 will be allocated to SCRRA to cover the additional construction expenses for the demolition work for the Cridge Street property. 8C. SUPPLEMENTAL CONTRACT (AMENDMENT #1) FOR YVONNE M. NEAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONSUL TA NT TO COMPLETE THE ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES FOR THE DOWNTOWN RIVERSIDE COMMUTER RAIL STATION (RCTC AGREEMENT #RO- 92201. M/S/C to direct staff to develop and authorize the Executive Director to implement an amendment to Contract R090220 in the amount of $25,000 for the additional work identified in the staff memorandum. This will bring the total not -to -exceed value of the contract to $235,000; subject to review by Legal Counsel. AGENDA ITEM #4 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 4, 1992 TO: Budget & Finance Committee Administrative Committee FROM: Naty Kopenhaver, Office Services Manager SUBJECT: Public Hearing - 1992 Draft Measure A Strategic Financial Plan Update The Riverside County Transportation Commission, at its August 12, 1992 meeting, directed staff to schedule the draft Plan for the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) and Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) review and recommendations, and solicit comments. In addition, the Commission has determined to hold a public hearing on the draft Plan. To date, Commission staff received comments from the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) and the WRCOG. CVAG has reviewed the Plan and CVAG staff has indicated that their comments will be forwarded to Commission staff next week. Comments received and staff responses to the comments will be included in the Commission's agenda for their November 12th meeting. As required, a notice of public hearing on the 1992 Draft Measure Strategic Financial Plan Update for November 12th was published in the newspaper. Staff Recommendation That the Commission, at their November 12th meeting, hold a public hearing and discuss for possible action. nk AGENDA ITEM #5A DATE: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION November 4, 1992 TO: Budget & Finance Committee Administrative Committee FROM: Mike Davis, Environmental Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Amendment No. 2 to Contract RO-91-22 to Engineering Science for a Relocation Impact Report for the Route 74 Project. Work has proceeded on the Route 74 environmental document and project report. Most of the engineering work has recently been completed, work is now focusing on the environmental impact analyses. The extent of potential business and housing relocations have been identified for each of the alternatives. Caltrans Right -of -Way has requested that a detailed Relocation Impact Report (RIR) be completed in support of the project estimate. This work was not included in the original contract scope approved for Engineering Science (E-S), the environmental consultant for the project (initial project thinking was that relocation activities would be very limited). Per staff request, E-S has submitted a proposed scope of work (attached) to perform the RIR for the Route 74 Improvement Project (Lake Elsinore to Perris) as requested by the Caltrans District 8 Right -of -Way Department. The $15,060 requested added scope will require the development of Amendment No. 2 to the contract. Implementation of Amendment No. 2 will increase the total approved value of the contract from $419,370 to $434,430. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To authorize staff to develop, and the Executive Director to execute, Amendment No. 2 to Contract RO-91-22 in the amount of $15,060 for a Relocation Impact Report for the Route 74 project. A standard contract amendment will be used and reviewed by Legal Counsel. MD:sc ES ENGINEERING -SCIENCE, INC. ADDRESS MAIL TO: STREET ADDRESS: P O BOX 7056 199 S. LOS ROBLES AVE PASADENA. CALIFORNIA 91109 PASADENA. CA 91101 Tel: (818) 585-6000 Fax: (818) 585-6336 September 15, 1992 Mr. Jack Reagan Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, California, 92501 Attention: Mike Davis Subject: Project 1 Relocation Impact Report Route 74 Environmental Studies (R09122) Dear Mr. Reagan: This letter serves as a request to increase authorized funds for the subject contract for preparation of the Relocation Impact Report for Route 74 Project 1. After considering the relocation activities that will be conducted on the project, Caltrans District 8 Right -of -Way Services recommended preparation of a Relocation Impact Report in a meeting on July 30, 1992. A Relocation Impact Report is prepared for complicated projects and/or special problems projects. The level of discussion in this report is more detailed than in a Relocation Impact Statement. According to Caltrans, the following reasons warrant preparation of a Relocation Impact Report. ■ The study area generally consists of low-income housing which may be difficult to relocate if there is a lack of comparable replacement area in the immediate project area. ■ The project will directly and indirectly displace mobile homes. ■ Housing prices in areas such as the Cities of Ferris and Lake Elsinore may be too expensive to serve as replacement areas since the median housing prices in those cities are generally much higher than the immediate project area ■ A Last Resort Housing may be required if no comparable replacement area is found in the immediate project area. This will require payments to potential displaced residents and businesses that exceed basic program compensation expenditure limits. ■ Zoning laws in the project area may restrict relocation of businesses in the immediate project area. A PARSONS COMPANY OLE'613, 09019 l 0le. VOL, 1S0018301 L8Z' Z l 0 LEO' Z l E 139loid OEE'98 0 OEE'98 Z 1oekud ESL'OZE 09019l 869.90E 11000ud gaol mem! 6upspq load 090'9l 008' L 09Z' l 000'3l woo mol 60Z'Z LIZ S8l 09L' l uoddnS "sr LZZ'S VZ9 LEP 09 VP uelpluUlel 'E PZ019 OZL KS 008't► II Is11ue1os •uPd 'Z 909' L Z6l PE l 09Z' L I isliueaS •uud • L Iglol S000 Seed del 4svl 9L l ZE tP9 P9 91 moil Iuol Pt, 8 9l 9l t► sdew'g lxel wedem •tp Pt 8 9l 9l t► E18a olwouo0eoao$ eIWO '£ UV 8 9l 9l t• 8190 elgis3 MOH e01100 •Z VP 8 9l 9 l V Aeiun$ plead Lonpuo0 • L IElol UoddnS Wel II 'PS 'uud I 'PS •uud )Isel 11:10d3u 10VdWI N011V00131:1 L 103rOud VL amou DATE: TO: RIVERSIDE COUNTY 'TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION November 4, 1992 Budget & Finance Committee Administrative Committee FROM: Karl Sauer, Measure A Project Coordinator THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Measure A Cooperative Agreement with the City of Corona for the McKinley Street Interchange Project on Route 91 In August, 1989, RCTC gave conceptual approval (Agenda Item 12-E), to develop a Cooperative Agreement with the City of Corona to: (1) Use Measure A Route 91 funds to revise the project design for improvements to the McKinley Street Interchange to accommodate the future Measure A improvements to Route 91; and (2) Forward Measure A Route 91 funds; equal to the difference required to construct improvements to accommodate the future Measure A Improvements to Route 91, to the City of Corona for the construction of the McKinley Street Interchange Project. The basis for approving this funding was to avoid rework or throw -away cost (two separate widening projects on the same bridge structures) for future Measure A improvements on Route 91. This was part of the package of project improvements which included Measure A participation in the Promenade, Smith, Maple, and Lincoln overcrossings. From August 1989 till now, Staff has been continually working with the City of Corona and Caltrans in the development of the McKinley Street Interchange Project. The final project design is almost complete with Caltrans Approval scheduled for the end of the year. At this point, the City of Corona is well along with development of improvements to the McKinley Street Interchange on Route 91. These improvements will include the addition of two new ramps and the subsequent widening of the McKinley Street Undercrossing Structure, on one side, to accommodate one of the new ramps. Design work has been ongoing since 1988 but is essentially completed now with construction scheduled to start in the spring of 1993. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION T 0 : ;�► FROM: nark T. Massman, Measure A Project Managery��r�7 THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Measure A Cooperation with the City of Corona on the Promenade Overcrossing and McKinley Interchange Projects on Route 91. The City of Corona is well along with development of a new overcrossing at Promenade and addition of new ramps along with widening the freeway bridge at McKinley in the City of Corona. These projects are funded through a special assessment district. Design work has been essentially completed and construction will proceed following approval of the Project Reports by Caltrans. Caltrans has not approved the Project Reports due to problems with the project concept. Recent discussions with the City of Corona these their hrojects consultant, notr fu fully ry and compa compatible lwith, have and shown our future that t p plans for Route 91. The completed design for the Promenade Overcrossing will accomodate our present two lane project on Route 91 but will not accomodate the future additional two lanes identified in Measure A (as will the projects at Smith, Maple, and Lincoln on which we are already cooperating with the City of Corona). In order to avoid a significant and almost certain future cost of replacing appears this overcrossing with our future Route 91 project, it prudent to step in, using Route 91 Measure A funds, and cause is overcrossing to be redesigned and constructed to accomodate our plans for Route 91. At McKinley, new east and west bound exit ramps are being added with a new east bound loop access ramp. In order to accomodate the loop ramp, the southerly freeway bridge is being widened to accomodate an access ramp lane. Our second project on Route 91 will require an additional lane. It is not cost effective nor desirable from a traffic interference perspective to have two separate bridge widening construction projects on the same be bridge. ad is proposed hepro ct to widen heat Measure A Route br idgelfunds to accomodate the used to add to the project ultimate plans for Route 91. We have discussed these concepts with the City of Corona staff and have general agreement that this is desirable, althougthat Corona has made it clear that these are priority projects can not be delayed. In order to accomplish this we need Ctomove quickly. A new Cooperative Agreement with they Corona the follow ins necessary and would include as a starting point points: Agenda Item 1'-F Aunust 2, 1089 Riverside County Transportation Commission AGENDA ITEM #5C DATE: TO: FROM: THROUGH: SUBJECT: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COM: IISSION November 4, 1992 Budget & Finance Committee Administration Committee Karl Sauer, Measure "A" Project Coordinator Jack Reagan, Executive Director Amendment to Contract RO-93-02 with Greiner, Inc. for Final Design PS&E Engineering Services Consultant Agreements for the Route 79, Gilman Springs Road Grade Separation At the present time, there are two Measure A Highway Improvement Projects on Route 79 between Beaumont and the San Jacinto/Hemet area. The first project is the Sanderson Avenue Bridge Project which will widen the existing two lane road to four lanes from the Ramona Expressway to Gilman Springs Road and will also provide for an all weather bridge crossing over the San Jacinto River. This project would also relocate, realign and signalize the Gilman Springs/Sanderson Avenue Intersection. This project is scheduled to start construction in the summer of 1993. The second project is the Lamb Canyon Widening Project which will widen the existing two lane road to four lanes from Gilman Springs Road to First Street in the City of Beaumont. This project is scheduled to start construction in the summer of 1994. Greiner, Inc. is designing both projects under contract to Riverside County and RCTC respectively. At the time of project inception of the Sanderson Avenue Bridge Project, the idea of a grade separation at the Gilman Springs Road/Sanderson Avenue Intersection was proposed but rejected due to budget constraints. Recently, Ca!trans has applied for and received approval to expend up to $5.0 Million of HB1 "Safety Improvement" Program funds for construction of a grade separation at the Gilman Springs - Route 79 intersection. Staff and Caltrans agree that it would be optimal to construct the grade separation project at the same time as the Sanderson Bridge and Route 79 construction. At staff request, Greiner has completed a study to determine the cost benefits that would be accrued through simultaneous construction of the project. The attached study concludes that at a minimum the cost savings to the Route 79 project funded by Measure A is estimated to by more than $1.1 million and more than $ 2.6 million for the combined projects primarily due to balancing of excavation and fill and elimination of throw away cost for reconstruction of the at -grade Gilman Springs intersection. Greiner GILMAN SPRINGS GRADE SEPARATION REASONS FOR IMMEDIATE CONSTRUCTION t 1. Cost savings to use Lamb Canyon excavated material (less than disposal cost of off-ste location and saves purchase of future fill material). RCTC 250,000 C.Y. @ $2.00 = $500,000 DisposalISavings Caltrans 250,000 C.Y. @ $6.00 = $1,500,000 Fill Purchase 2. Improves coordination/blending of the Lamb Canyon and Sanderson designs without added costs of future rework. (RCTC savings = $Unknown) i 3. To reduce the potential rework required the Sanderson !construction could be terminated south of the bridge site and Gilman Springs Road not realigned. This would save $3 million in Sanderson construction costs but also lose $600,000 in State reimbursement (20% of cost). RCTC Savings = $600,000 4. Improving the intersection and realigning Gilman Springs Road (without signals) would increase the safety problem, due to widening Sanderson, and still require rework of the Sanderson profile. It reduces the lost State reimbursement but leads to more costly bridge construction and coordination. { c RCTC Savings = $50,000 (Caltrans Savings = $Unknown) i 5. Based on 5% annual inflation, the two year delay on the grade separation project would increase costs ($6 million x 5% x 2 years), not counting other cost impacts noted above. Caltrans Savings = $600,000 6. Disruption of traffic would continue for a two year period if the bridge were built now compared to a three year period if built after Sanderson and ,Lamb Canyon. R00825 (ROTC Savings = $Unknown) AGENDA ITEM #5D 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: TO: FROM: THROUGH: SUBJECT: November 4, 1992 Budget & Finance Committee Administrative Committee Otto Gaastra, Right -of -Way Manager Mark Massman, Measure A Project Manager Jack Reagan, Executive Director Addendum No. 1 to the Master Agreement with Riverside County General Services Agency, Building Services Division (RCGSABSD) for Real Property Acquisition and Relocation Assistance Services In July 1992, Commission approved an Agreement for "Real Property Services" with Riverside County General Services Agency, Building Services Division (RCGSABSD) to permit that agency to perform the Commission Right -of -Way acquisition activities to facilitate various Measure A projects (The agreement has been signed by RCTC but has yet to be submitted to the County Board of Supervisors for final approval). In order to implement this agreement requires project specific addenda be prepared to define the tasks, budget, and schedule for work to be performed under the agreement. it is proposed to implement our first work order under the Master Agreement. This Addendum No. 1 will be worked out with legal counsel and will address two specific work tasks including: 1. Relocation (RAP) services for people occupying the residential units at the Pierce Street Commuter Station property to facilitate the demolition of these improvements. The budget for these relocations was previously approved by RCTC. Due to the need for immediate action on these relocations, the RCGSABSD has been working on these relocations (estimated cost of $60,000.00) at RCTC request. This Addendum will enable reimbursement for their services. RCGSABSD has submitted an estimated budget of $5000.00 for these services. 2. Perform Right -of -Way appraisal and acquisition services for a portion of the Route 79 in Lambs Canyon, southerly of Beaumont. It is proposed to use the RCGSABSD to acquire the right-of-way for at least the southerly one-half of the Lambs Canyon project. The right-of-way effort for this segment (approximately 40 parcels with an estimated value of $400,000.00) is being expedited in order to secure the necessary property from which to secure embankment material to construct the AGENDA ITEM 6A DATE: TO: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION November 4, 1992 Budget & Finance Committee Administrative Committee FROM: Cathy Bechtel, Staff Analyst III THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Measure A Specialized Transit Allocation to Maintain Reduced Fares - Cities of Riverside and Corona CITY OF RIVERSIDE The approved FY 1993-99 Short Range Transit Plan for the City of Riverside Special Transit Services Program (Elderly & Handicapped Dial -A -Ride Program) was approved by the Commission at their meeting on June 10,1992. Included in the plan was $19,000 in Measure A funds to supplement fare revenues in order to meet the required 10% fare revenue to operating cost ratio. Without the supplement of Measure A funds, the City would be forced to increase the fare from its current rate of $.45 per ride. The City has received Measure A funds to offset potential fare increases for the past three fiscal years. Staff recommends that the Commission allocate up to $19,000 in Measure A funds to the City of Riverside program to meet the required 10% fare revenue to operating cost ratio for Fy 1992-93. CITY OF CORONA The City of Corona is also experiencing difficulties in meeting its required 20% fare revenue to operating cost ratio for its general public dial -a -ride program. While Corona's program is open to the general public, it does qualify for Measure A Specialized Transit funds to cover the loss in revenue resulting from the discounted fares charged to the 54% of the ridership who are senior citizens or persons with disabilities. Without a Measure A subsidy, Corona would have to increase fares to the general public and to seniors and persons with disabilities. The current fare is $1.00 for the general public and $.50 for seniors and persons with disabilities. The FY 1993-99 Short Range Transit Plan for the City of Corona included an assumption that Measure A funds would be approved by the Commission. Staff recommends that the Commission allocate up to $27,400 in Measure A funds to fund the actual difference between the full fare revenue and the discounted fare revenue for the elderly and handicapped riders who use the system in FY 1992-93 to allow the City of Corona program to meet the required 20% fare revenue to operating cost ratio for FY 1992- 93. AGENDA ITEM #6B DATE: TO: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION November 4, 1992 Budget & Finance Committee Administrative Committee FROM: Cathy Bechtel, Staff Analyst III THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Request for Proposal - Establishment of an Integrated Transit Planning Process for the Development and Coordination of New Transit Service in the Western Riverside County There are currently five public transit operators in the Western Riverside County area, as well as a number of private non-profit and social service agencies that provide transportation. The Metrolink Commuter Rail will soon start service, adding to the array of transportation available to Western Riverside County residents. Transit service expansion to meet service demands, the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and operating subsidies for Metrolink may require the use of all available Local Transportation Funds (LTF) for transit operations. With the possibility of future requests for funding exceeding projected revenues, the Commission will have to determine how these competing interests should be addressed. Staff recommends that the Commission should invite proposals from qualified consultants to establish a process for the development and coordination of new transit service in the Western Riverside County. The study is intended to accomplish the following: 11 Establish a process to determine when new or expanded transit services are warranted and how they can be most efficiently provided. 2) Recommend a process to determine who should operate new service, i.e., existing public transit operator, private non-profit, social service agency, new operator, etc. 3) Recommend how public fixed -route transit, commuter rail, public paratransit, private non-profit paratransit and social service transportation can be coordinated or consolidated. SCOPE OF WORK DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED TRANSIT PLANNING PROCESS FOR THE WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY The Riverside County Transportation Commission is inviting proposals from qualified consultants to establish a process for the development and coordination of new transit service in the Western Riverside County. I. BACKGROUND The Riverside County Transportation Commission was created by the State Legislature in 1976. The Commission is responsible for the oversight and development of Riverside County's transportation system. On an annual basis, the Commission is responsible for coordinating the development of the county -wide Short Range Transit Plan ZSRTP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). Transit service expansion to meet service demands, the requirements of the ADA in the Western Riverside County Area and operating subsidies for Metrolink may require the use of all available Local Transportation Funds (LTF) for transit operations. It is proposed that LTF should no longer be made available for street and road improvements as they were in the past. There are currently five public transit operators in the area, four municipal operators and the Riverside Transit Agency. A new commuter rail service to Orange and Los Angeles Counties will start service over the next two years, and there is a growing number of private non-profit and social service agencies providing transportation and requesting subsidies for operating and capital assistance through federal, state and local funding programs. With the future requests for funding exceeding the projected revenue available, the Commission needs to determine how these competing interests should be addressed. The following questions need to be answered: ■ What is the most effective way to coordinate the services of the five public transit operators, commuter rail and the numerous private and social service transportation providers in the area? O What type of process should be established to make decisions for funding new or expanded services which compete for limited resources? ■ How will the Commission determine which operator should provide the service when there are options available? ■ Would consolidation of services be more efficient and a more cost effective alternative? A brief description of the operators currently providing transit service in the Western County is provided below: The Riverside Transit Agency, a joint powers authority comprised of twelve cities and the County of Riverside, is the largest public transit operator in the Western County. RTA provides local, intercity, and intercounty fixed -route services and local paratransit services, either directly or through contract, to its member agencies. The four municipal operators are members of the RTA but have elected to continue to operate local services which began before the RTA was formed. e Consultant approach to engagement ■ Detailed work plan with full description of tasks and deliverables ■ Project schedule • Man hours and cost estimate a Staffing plan e Name of project manager and key staff, their relevant experience and background o Firm's qualifications and relevant experience IV. BUDGET The Commission's maximum budget for all work to be performed by the Consultant is 570,000. However, Offerors are urged to price their offers competitively and not use the budget ceiling as a target price. V. SCHEDULE November 13, 1992 Distribution of RFP's December 14, 1992 Proposals due to the Commission (5PM) January 13, 1992 Commission selects consultant January 18, 1992 Contract executed and work commences April 9, 1992 Consultant submits draft report (5 copies) April 19, 1992 Consultant meets with public transit operators to review draft report and receive comments May 3, 1992 Consultant submits final report (25 copies) VI. PROPOSED AGREEMENT The successful offeror will be subject to the provisions contained in the proposed agreement included in this RFP, except that changes may be made to reflect the terms of the successful offeror's proposal. The final agreement shall also incorporate other pertinent terms and conditions set forth in this RFP. AGENDA ITEM #7 DATE: TO: FROM: THROUGH: SUBJECT: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION November 4, 1992 Budget & Finance Committee Administrative Committee Mike Davis, Environmental Manager Jack Reagan, Executive Director Amendment to Contracts with Hazardous Waste Consultants to Perform Due Diligence Audits for Acquisition of Railroad Right -of -Way and Commuter Rail Station Sites from the ATSF Railway (Santa Fe) The California Transportation Commission (CTC) has implemented a Hazardous Waste Policy G-91-2 that requires a Phase 1 Initial Site Assessment (ISA) not only for all properties purchased in -fee but for Commuter Rail "running rights" easements on existing freight lines as well. This policy as well as other new and changing conditions will require that RCTC look in more detail at the potential for hazardous waste contamination on all rail properties under consideration for commuter service. In order to accommodate the potential increase in cost for Phase 1 ISA's we need to augment the overall budget of $250,000 hazardous waste work authorized by the Commission at the July 8,1992 Meeting as a Off Agenda/Urgency item. The five "approved" Hazardous Waste Consultants are currently conducing Phase 1 Initial Site Assessments on the Santa Fe (SF)/San Jacinto Branchline (SJB) and Union Pacific (UP) lines. The total contract values for these efforts are as follows: FIRM LOCATION CONTRACT AMOUNT ■ A.L Burke Engineers ■ BCM Engineers ■ Chambers Group ■ Converse Consultants ■ Ninyo & Moore Pedley Station (UP) Arlington,Madison,Van Buren Station Sites&Citrus Spur(SF) Perris Station/ Middle Segment SF/SJB HighGrove Station/North Segment SF/SJB Hemet Station/South Segment SF/SJB TOTAL Budget Remaining $ 17,420 $ 33,486 $ 16,000 $ 29,946 $ 33,000 $129,852 $120,148 AGENDA ITEM #8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 4, 1992 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Mark Massman, Measure A Project Manager Louis Martin, Project Controls Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Quaterly Cost and Schedule Reports The attached material depicts the current cost and schedule status of contracts reported by Routes, commitments and Cooperative Agreements executed by the Commission. 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(:i ri real wl �Tr Z66 l al NI Olslklrlrlwialwjifr lbbl al NI 01 slat rl rI wl Obbl riI W� 3I r PAGE NO. 10/27/92 CONTRACT NUMBER 1 0007PS2 0007PS3 0007PT1 0007PT2 0007PT3 0007RA2 0007RA3 0007RS3 0008OC3 0008182 0008183 0008SB1 0008582 0008583 000981 0009BP1 0009PT2 R08801 R08900 R08901 R08902 R08905 R08907 R08908 R09000 R09001 CONSULTANT FIRM SMITH L ACKLER D.J.SMITH ASSOCIATES Covers Several Firee/Cansultents/Persons COVERS SPECIAL TRANSIT PROJECTS AGENCIES Several Specialized Transit Firer COVERS SEVERAL FIRMS L CONSULTANTS VARIOUS FIRMS, VENDORS TO RAIL RELATED PROJECTS VARIOUS VENDORS, CITY OF RIVERSIDE, TRI-CO, ETC. 1CNA COVERS SEVERAL FIRMS/CONSULTANTS/PERSONS STANDARD INSURANCE, STATE COMPENSATION INSURANCE FIND Covers Several Firms/Consultants/Persona COVERS SEVERAL PERSONS L PERS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMEUT SYSTEM Covers Several Firms/Consultants/Persona Covers Several Firm/Consultent■/Persons COVERS SEVERAL FIRMS/CONSULTANTS/PERSONS ROTC/OCTC MOU (Environmental Studies) Bechtel Corporation Parsons Orinckerhoff, Wade and Douglas, Inc. Parsons, Brinckerhoff, ands and Douglas, Inc. Schiermeyer Consulting Services Route 86 Cooperative Agreement City of Corona Bechtel Corporation NOS/Lowry REPORT COMMIT RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION COMMITMENT LOG REPORT Sorted by CONTRACT NUMBER SCOPE OF WORK AMOUNT AMOUNT TOTAL TOTAL RCTC COMMITTED TO COMMITTED TO AMOUNT AMOUNT COORD. BASE WORK EXTRA WORK COMITTED EXPENDED LEGISLATIVE ADVOCATE PROF SERVICES LEGISLATIVE Professional Services - Transit Projects SPECIALIZED TRANSIT Specialized Transit Claimm MISC CHARGES RELATED TO RAIL MISC EXPEMCE RELATED TO RAIL,FENCES,OPERATING COSTS RAIL SUPPORT FOR UP KEEP OF PROPERTY DEFERRED COMP INSURANCE (WC, LIFE, SHORT i LONG DISAB) LIFE LONG A SHORT TERN DISABILITY A WC INS Salaries A Benefits HEALTH L SALARY BENEFITS HEALTH BENEFITS,ENPLOYEES REIMBURSEMENTS Financial Services - Bond Interest Band Principal Repayment PASS THRU 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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Staff will brief the Budget & Finance, and Administrative Committees at their respective meetings on the proposal for bonding issuance. Staff Recommendation For discussion and possible action. nk