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12 December 4, 1991 Budget & Finance05376'7 L, RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE (COMMISSIONERS RUSS BEIRICH, CORKY LARSON, PAT MURPHY) WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1991 1:00 P.M. LUND & GUTTRY 39-700 BOB HOPE DRIVE, THE BOB HOPE BUILDING SUITE 309, RANCHO MIRAGE, CA AGENDA 1. CALL TO ORDER. 2. GENERAL ITEMS. SB 821 PROGRAM POLICIES FOR APPROVED, UNUSED FUNDS. Staff Recommendation That the Commission adopt the SB 821 Program policies as outlined in the staff memorandum. 3. FINANCIAL ITEMS. 3A. RE-EVALUATION OF TAXABLE SALES PROJECTIONS. Staff Recommendation That the Commission postpone the Re -Evaluation of Taxable Sales Projections study pending the outcome of staff analysis of taxable sales data when available and the actual December results. 3B. CONTRACTUAL STATUS AND COMMITMENT REPORTS. Staff Recommendation Receive and file. Page Two December 4, 1991 Budget & Finance Committee Agenda 4. HIGHWAYS/LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS. 4A. ROUTE 91 MAGNOLIA AVENUE TO MARY STREET PROJECT DESIGN SURVEY CONTRACT AMENDMENT. Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve the scope of work and cost estimate of $151,419.80 for Route 91 Magnolia to Mary final design field surveys for Nolte and Associates. A standard contract amendment will be used for contract R09105. 4B. CONTRACT AMENDMENT WITH TETRA TECH (HAZARDOUS WASTE CONSULTANT) TO COVER NEW WORK TO PERFORM PHASE II PRELIMINARY SITE INVESTIGATIONS FOR THE FRIIS PROPERTY Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve the remaining $10,745 of the overall $25,502 for Tetra Tech, Inc. to perform Phase II Preliminary Site Investigations for the Friis property on I- 215. This amendment to Agreement R09201 would increase the not -to -exceed contract amount from $46,469 to $57,214. 4C. AMENDMENT TO PSOMAS CONTRACT R09007 TO ADD: TASK 8 TO ESTABLISH SURVEY CONTROL FOR ROUTE 111 TO SUPPORT JAYKIM DIGITAL MAPPING OF ROUTE 111, AND TASK 9 TO PROVIDE ROUTE 91 CENTERLINE CONTROL. Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve: (1) TASK 8 -- recommendation will be provided at the time of the meeting; and (2) TASK 9 -- amend contract to add Task 9 to provide conversion of centerline monuments from NAD27 to the NAD83 Coordinate System for Route 91 from PM 10.8 to PM 17.8. The amount of the amendment is to be set at $40,076.02 with a 15% contingency of $6,011. 4D. AMENDMENT TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF PERRIS REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR WIDENING AND IMPROVEMENT OF ROUTE 74 BETWEEN 7TH STREET AND 'G' STREET Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve the proposed revised Cooperative Agreement with the City of Perris for the Route 74 widening from Seventh to G Streets including the proposed loan arrangement. A final draft Cooperative Agreement will be available. Page Three December 4, 1991 Budget & Finance Committee Agenda 4E. RCTC FUNDING FOR ACR-4 RAMONA EXPRESSWAY CORRIDOR STUDY A staff proposal for RCTC funding of a Ramona Expressway Corridor study will be presented at the Administrative Committee meeting. 5. TRANSIT/RIDESHARE/PARK AND RIDE. 5A. SB 1402 INTERCOUNTY BUS PLAN STUDY - CONSULTANTS. Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve, in concept, $10,000 - $15,000 to fund its share of a consultant contract for the SB 1402 Intercounty Bus Plan to be evenly split between the Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino Commissions. 5B. PALISADES ROAD PARK-N-RIDE SITE FOLLOW-UP. Staff Recommendation That the Commission further pursue the option for developing the Palisades Road site as a park-n-ride lot. 6. ADJOURNMENT. :sc RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 5, 1991 TO: Administrative Committee Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Hideo Sugita, Assistant Director, Planning & Programming THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: SB 821 Program Policies for Approved, Unused Funds Commission staff has recently received requests from local agencies asking for authorization to either carry-over unused SB 821 Program funds from one fiscal year to another and/or to allow them to expand their approved program to include additional unfunded projects. The Commission does currently have a policy that an agency must either expend the funds on approved project(s) within the fiscal year or request an extension to allow them to complete the project(s). The SB 821 Program is a discretionary program in which specific projects are submitted, evaluated, and selected. Applications from local agencies are solicited annually, usually early Summer, and allocations are made in the Fall. The Commission's priority has been to fund bicycle projects first and then the balance of available funding is used for sidewalk projects. In the past two fiscal years, funds for sidewalk projects have been limited. The proposals received from the agencies include their best estimate of what construction costs will be in six, nine, or even twelve months from the time they are prepared. The Commission's adopted policy allows for an additional 10% over the estimated cost and usually the estimates are fairly close. However, the current recession has caused the construction industry to submit very favorable bids for local work, and, as a result, some agencies have found themselves in a position of having residual prior year funds. They then become interested in either carrying the funds over to the next fiscal year or expanding their current program to include more projects. Page Two December 5, 1991 SB 821 Program Policies for Approved, Unused Funds It is staff's opinion that policies are required to prevent agencies from overestimating costs for future projects, and thus receiving a larger share of available funding and expanding the scope of their program at a later date. Staff recommends that the following SB 821 Program policies be adopted: 1. Any unused SB 821 Program funds must be returned to the Commission unless that agency can a) justify why the costs were substantially lower than the estimate, and b) utilize the unused funds to complete approved but unfunded projects. 2. No agency will be allowed to carry-over unused funds for projects not previously included in an application (annual project proposals) submitted to the Commission for consideration. Each request will be evaluated by staff on its own merits and referred to the Commission for final action. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission adopt the SB 821 Program policies as outlined in the staff memorandum. JRI:sc RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 5, 1991 TO: Administrative Committee Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Dean Martin, Controller THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Re -Evaluation of Taxable Sales Projections One of the management letter recommendations from Ernst & Young was that the Commission should perform another analysis of projected revenues given the state of the economy. We requested Ernst & Young to provide us with an estimate on the cost to perform such an analysis using the econometric model developed for the Commission by Ernst & Young. Ernst & Young estimates that the total cost would be up to $22,000. It is the opinion of staff that though the economy has gone through a recession and is suffering from a very weak recovery, we are not convinced that enough indicators are available to conclude that the impact on our taxable sales is significant enough to warrant a re-evaluation of our current estimates. It should be noted that the our estimates include the effect of a recession through the fiscal year ending June 30, 1993. Also the Commission's current projects(i.e., those scheduled for completion within the next two years) are essentially covered by bond proceeds. That leaves the remaining Measure A highway revenues available to cover debt service, which even if there is an actual decline, revenues would still be more than sufficient to handle debt service requirements. Staff surmises that one of the motivating reasons behind the concern of Ernst & Young to re-evaluate revenues is the sharp decline in revenues for the first quarter of fiscal year 1992 both locally and Statewide. While it is true that sales tax revenues decreased 13% for the quarter ending September 30, 1991, staff recognizes that a portion of those revenues were based on State estimates. We are concerned that the State may be overly conservative in those estimates. Staff feels that December results should be analyzed as they would reflect any adjustments the State would have to make to their estimates based on actual results. If the adjustment of estimate to actual is sizable, it would provide a strong indication that the State is, in fact, being overly conservative with its revenue advances to the County. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission postpone the Re -Evaluation of Taxable Sales Projections study pending the outcome of staff analysis of taxable sales data when available and the actual December results. JR/DM:sc attachment ill ERNST & YOUNG November 25, 1991 Mr. Jack W. Reagan Executive Director Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Ave., Suite 100 Riverside, CA 92501 Dear Mr. Reagan: ■ Inland Empire Office Suite 600 3730 University Avenue P.O. Box 1270 Riverside, California 92302 ■ Phone: 714 276 7200 Fax: 714 787 8184 Ernst & Young is pleased to respond to your request for assistance in reviewing RCTC's expected Measure A sales tax revenue. Situation We will be assisted by Drs. Esmael Adibi and James Doti of Chapman University's Center of Economic Research. The problem faced by RCTC is that the ongoing recession has apparently dimished the level of taxable sales in the State and specifically in Riverside County. RCTC's forecasted Measure A revenues based on our earlier economic forecast and other input, are part of the financial plan needed to project the extent and timing of Measure A project expenditures. The forecasted Measure A revenues, and an Ernst & Young opinion on its reasonableness, was used to inform the financial community about RCTC's capability to meet the obligations of a recent bond financing. Recently, the State Board of Equalization (SBOE) informed many sales tax recipients that statewide sales tax revenues would be about 20% less than previously estimated for this year. Obviously, this immediate and any subsequent continuing shortfall concerns RCTC. Projected Ernst & Young will provide RCTC with an independent perspective of the extent and general impact of the potential sales tax revenues shortfall. We will not develop new multi- year sales tax projections or express an accountant's opinion on the sales tax data we will provide RCTC. Given your need for qualitative and directional data, we believe the additional rigor and cost of a more formal product is not warranted. Specifically, we will accomplish the following tasks. 1. Meet with RCTC to: define the issue and your needs obtain data you have obtained that is relevant to this project finalize the approach and schedule for the work. J ERNST & YOUNG 2. Identify key assumptions and the basis of existing RCTC and SBOE sales tax estimated for Measure A. 3. Analyze and comment on the continuing validity (or need to modify) the underlying bases of RCTC forecasts. 4. Update the Economic Model for taxable Riverside County sales for the rest of the forecast period by: updating the historical data to account for the current available actual data (exogenous and endogenous variables) • re -estimating the recession equation and presentation of statistical results; and • generating an estimate of taxable sales for the upcoming periods covered by the model. 5. Interpret the taxable sales estimate into Measure A tax revenues and provide input for RCTC to update its revenue spreadsheet analyses. 6. Review the potential impact to Measure A programs resulting from the estimated changes in revenue levels developed in tasks 4 and 5. 7. Develop a briefing document to be used in a presentation to RCTC management and commissioners on the results of the study. 8. Optional --accompany you on a site visit to SBOE to discuss/reconcile the results of this study with SBOE estimates. Schedule We estimate the project can be completed in 4 to 5 weeks. The schedule could be extended if we have difficulty in scheduling SBOE meetings or obtaining data. Approximately 40 RCTC staff hours are needed for the study. Staffing Ernst & Young's work will be prepared by Larry Seigel and Doran Barnes. Sally Anderson will continue to coordinate our work for RCTC as the partner -in -charge. Cost We estimate that tasks 1-7 will require the following hours: J ERNST & YOUNG Anderson Seigel Barnes Support Staff Hours 8 32 40 24 Expenses should be about $1,000. Therefore, we approximately $17,500. If RCTC elects to engage our team to meet with $4,500 additional to cover airfares and hours. * * * Rate $450 250 140 30 Fees $ 2,000 8,000 5,600 720 $16,320 anticipate the project (task 1-7) will cost SBOE (task 8), the cost would be about * * * We are pleased to be able to assist you in this matter. Please call Sally Anderson at (714) 276-7213 if you have any questions. Very truly yours, ,.illet{ Sarah J. Anders 16(C-11/t----_____ Partner RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION December 11, 1991 TO: Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Mark Massman, Measure A Project Manager Louis Martin, Project Controls Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Contractual Status and Commitment Reports The attached material depicts the current status for month ending October 31, 1991, o f contracts, commitments and Cooperative Agreements executed by the Commission. For each contract and Agreement, the reports list the authorized value approved by the Commission, percentage of contract amount expended to date and the percentage of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise participation. Detailed supporting material for all contracts and Cooperative Agreements is available from Bechtel staff. ADMINISTRATIVE & BUDGET/FINANCE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. 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Engrg/Environ. $4,855,877 $4,332,774 95% $85,692 $1,464,449 (R09008,9018,9020) (5) (5) Right —of —Way (R09003,9004,9009 $32,760,000 $17,899,430 55% $17,899,430 0007PR1 & 0007PR2) INTERCHNGE IMPROV. PROG Prelim. Engrg(PSR'S) $3,681,629 $3,350,793 91% $73,436 $365,735 (R09014,9107,9124,9125 (1) (1) 9126,9127,9132) BECHTEL PROD. MGMT SERV. (R08900,9000,9100,9200) $4,912,000 $4,738,000 96% S116,808 $2,936,329 Page 2 of 3 PAGE NO. I 11/27/91 REPORT MPR001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CONTRACT STATUS REPORT (All Dollars X $1000) CONTRACT NO./ CURRENT EXPENDED PERCENT TOTAL DBE AS % AMENDMENT M/ START COMPLETION AUTHORIZED AGAINST CONTRACT PAID Of ACTUAL CONSULTANT SCOPE/DESCRIPTION DATE DATE CONTRACT VALUE CONTRACT EXPENDED TO DBE'S EXPENDED REMARKS R08801 - 2 Environmental Studies 12/02/88 08/30/90 79.53 65.02 82% 0.00 OX PROJECT COMPLETE RCTC/OCTC MOU with the Keith companies (Environmental Studies) R08900 - 0 Project Management 02/15/89 06/30/89 170.00 170.00 100% 0.00 OX THIS CONTRACT IS CLOSED Bechtel Corporation R08901 - 2 Rt. 91 Conceptual Design 12/02/88 04/30/91 2,234.28 2,040.80 91% 1,204.96 59% PROJECT COMPLETE Parsons Brinkerhoff, Services Quads and Douglas, Inc. R08902 2 Rt. 91 Final design - 04/07/89 / / 739.00 697.94 94% 0.00 OX Converted to a lump sum contract. Approved Parsons, Brinkerhoff, converted to a lump sum by RCTC on 5/9/90. PROJECT COMPLETE Guade and Douglas, Inc. contract R08905 - 2 Commuter Rails Consulting 06/30/89 06/30/92 336.00 240.81 72% 0.00 OX Schiermeyer Consulting Services Services R08907 0 Construct 4 lane 06/12/89 06/30/94 21,035.40 1,210.11 6% 0.00 0% Contract value is RCTC portion only and does not include administration cost for Caltrans. Route 86 Cooperative expressway at Rt. 86 Agreement PAGE NO. 11/27/91 2 CONTRACT NO./ AMENDMENT 0/ CONSULTANT R08908 - 1 City of Corona R09000 - 2 Bechtel Corporation R09001 - 5 NBS/Lowry R09002 - 5 KaWes and Associates SCOPE/DESCRIPTION START DATE REPORT MPR001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CONTRACT STATUS REPORT (All Dollars X $1000) CURRENT COMPLETION AUTHORIZED DATE CONTRACT VALUE Cooperative Agreement 07/19/89 06/30/94 14,605.00 Program Management 07/01/89 06/30/90 1,291.00 Final Design Svcs for Rt 10/01/89 06/01/91 982.90 91 bet. Serfas Club b Main St. Professional and 09/14/89 09/30/91 1,499.00 Technical Design Svcs for Rt 91 R09003 - 0 Right -of -Way Mapping for 10/10/89 10/01/90 J.F. Davidson Associates RT 60/91/215 IC R09004 - 0 Caltrans R09006 - 0 Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Agreement for Rt 60/91/215 IC 8.50 07/01/89 07/01/99 20,000.00 Planning and Support 07/01/89 06/30/92 105.00 EXPENDED PERCENT AGAINST CONTRACT CONTRACT EXPENDED TOTAL DBE AS % PAID OF ACTUAL TO DBE'S EXPENDED REMARKS 6,292.22 43% 0.00 0% The indicated cost is an estimate for design, construction and construction management. RCTC's share is 67% of total cost. 1,059.10 82% 983.09 100% 1,365.00 91% 8.50 100% 1,500.00 8% 11.35 11% 44.16 4% This contract is closed. 112.44 11% Scope was amended to include geotechnical services for sousdwalls (total cost ■ $6046.00) to be covered by extra work funds so total authorized contract value remains the same. 139.32 10% Include extra work authorization for West Prado Overhead Seismic Analysis. 0.00 0% This contract is closed. 0.00 0% This is s capital account. 0.00 0% PAGE NO. 11/27/91 3 CONTRACT NO./ AMENDMENT N/ CONSULTANT R09007 - 2 PSOMAS R09008 - 1 NBS/Lowry R09009 - 0 Chicago Title R09010 - 1 LSA R09011 - 0 County of Riverside R09012 - 0 City of Perris R09013 - 1 DKS and Associates R09014 - 0 County of Riverside / Wilbur Smith Associates R09015 - 0 Cathedral City SCOPE/DESCRIPTION START DATE REPORT MPR001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CONTRACT STATUS REPORT (All Dollars X $1000) CURRENT COMPLETION AUTHORIZED DATE CONTRACT VALUE Surveying Control 03/15/90 11/04/91 2,429.36 Rt. 215 Surveying Work 02/01/91 02/01/92 676.67 Escrow and Title Fees for 01/23/90 07/01/99 1,092.43 ROW procured for 60/91/215 IC Environmental Study (APA) 01/31/90 12/12/91 176.65 Cooperative Agreement (Sanderson Project) 03/30/90 06/30/92 EXPENDED PERCENT AGAINST CONTRACT CONTRACT EXPENDED 2,173.36 89% 322.34 48% 1,092.43 100% 159.39 90% TOTAL DBE AS % PAID OF ACTUAL TO DBE'S EXPENDED REMARKS 0.00 O% 0.00 O% 0.00 O% 0.00 O% 802.57 296.49 37% 0.00 O% Reimbursement to county for consultant contract and contract administration. Rt. 74 - Phase 0,2 and 01/31/90 07/30/92 3,000.00 Phase 9 Work PAA Traffic Engineering 02/02/90 09/30/91 1,295.10 Cooperative Agreement for 02/20/90 01/31/91 1-15 Galena PSR (Loan) Rt. 111 Construction (Loan) - Perez St. / / / / 715.72 24% 0.00 O% Capital project, and this amount is RCTC's share of total project costs. 1,270.65 98% 0.00 O% 62.00 0.00 O% 0.00 O% This will not be a cooperative agreement but will be a loan agreement per Jack Reagan. The county is in charge of this study. 600.00 0.00 O% 0.00 0% This contract may be signed as a cooperative agreement or a loan arrangement with PAGE NO. 11/27/91 4 REPORT MPR001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CONTRACT STATUS REPORT (All Dollars X S1000) CONTRACT NO./ CURRENT EXPENDED PERCENT TOTAL DBE AS % AMENDMENT M/ START COMPLETION AUTHORIZED AGAINST CONTRACT PAID OF ACTUAL CONSULTANT SCOPE/DESCRIPTION DATE DATE CONTRACT VALUE CONTRACT EXPENDED TO DBE'S EXPENDED REMARKS Intersection Cathedral City. Details need to be discussed with BBILK. Negotiations are on going. R09016 - 0 Traffic Engineering 03/05/90 06/30/90 438.35 356.76 81% 0.00 0% Wilbur Smith Associates Services for Rt. 111 Corridor Study R09017 - 2 Cajalco Corridor Study 03/19/90 01/01/92 474.80 412.14 87% 0.00 0% P b D Technologies R09018 - 1 Preliminary 08/17/90 / / 4,077.70 1,142.11 28% 0.00 0% Parsons Brinkerhoff Ouade Engineering/Environmental 8 Douglas /Traffic/for 1215 R09020 - 0 Prelimminary Project / / / / 5,800.00 0.00 0% 0.00 0% RCTC/SANBAG (RT 215) Developement Phase R09021 - 2 PERFORM COMMUTER RAIL 03/02/90 06/30/92 1 S(o•1CO 690.27 qi% 0.00 0% MORRISON-KNUDSEN STUDY FOR RCTC ENGINEERS R09100 - 1 Bechtel Corporation ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT 07/01/90 06/30/91 1,701.00 1,587.47 93% 0.00 0% TOTAL AUTHORIZED VALUE INCLUDES S109,000 FOR CALTRANS WORK TO PERFORM ENVIR. STUDIES. R09101 - 1 ROUTE 91 PRLIMINARY 09/11/90 06/15/92 907.34 620.93 68% 0.00 0% GREINER, INC ENGINEERING -alaldwo3 XO 00'0 XO 00'0 %29 69'9 %Cab 19'9S XO 00'0 %// ZL'8 00'01 06/L£/01 06/LZ/OL ana!laJ of samlpe; nau Jo; paau ayl itpnlS 7 H3A0119 '31HOW) VON 0 - 01160H '30SSV 9NINNVId NV11908d 103039VNVN 7 H3HV3S3H A311VA 00.q 1) Z6/1£/L0 06/21/L0 0011S39003 10 103Nd013A30 1 - 6016011 1300N '1d30 3I11VH1 NVSAIH H01 VIVO 914INNVd A10003 301SH3A111 00'0Z Z6/0£/L0 06/10/70 XHOMAN 7 '0'3'S/31V0df1 0 - 90L6011 16-1H le 3olJpaJ1/Ae0 „ueolN A311VA ON3HON A113 39V1S 0011V110930 NI 11IS XO 00'0 XO 00'0 00'009 / / / / luawamoJdwl aBueyoaalul 0 - L01608 901A3AH11S 901113301003 N318 XO 00'0 Xlh ££'S9l O1'ZS£ 16/10/60 06/14/60 01311 9N1ddVN 9L 31110H 0 - 90160H S331AH3S A3AHIIS S31V130SSV 7 3110N XO 00'0 %0/ Ll'601 L9'£LZ Z6/0£/90 06/20/11 01311 7 9NIddVN 16 31110H 0 - SOl6011 XO 00'0 X6L 99"19Z XO 00'0 XO£ £S'9S SXHVN3H H31N1-V110N9VN/l6 31110H NO S33IA113S OL'S££ 16/£l/60 06/LZ/60 90183301903 3111VH1 S31V130SSV ONV Nor o - E01608 30IM 03N S31V130SSV H3101 SLUMS -MIN 16111 7 883M V 111381V Z£'621 16/L£/Zl 06/Z1/60 S331AH3S 1V1N3NNOHIAN3 0 - ZOl6011 03003dX3 S,380 01 03003dX3 13V111003 301VA 13V81003 31V0 31V0 0011d183S30/3d03S 1NV1lf1SN03 1111113V 10 OIVd 13V81003 1SNIV9V 03ZIHOH111V NO11316100 111V1S /0 10314003NV X SV 380 1V101 1033113d 03003dX3 1038803 /'ON 13V/11003 (000LS X SJe1100 11V) 1110d38 Sf11V1S 13V111003 NOISS1NN03 NOI1V1H0dSNVH1 A10003 301SH3AI11 LOOHd0 1HOd3H l6/LZ/Ll Cj 'ON 39Vd PAGE NO. 11/27/91 G REPORT MPR001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CONTRACT STATUS REPORT (All Dollars X S1000) CONTRACT NO./ CURRENT EXPENDED PERCENT TOTAL DBE AS % AMENDMENT N/ START COMPLETION AUTHORIZED AGAINST CONTRACT PAID OF ACTUAL CONSULTANT SCOPE/DESCRIPTION DATE DATE CONTRACT VALUE CONTRACT EXPENDED TO DBE'S EXPENDED ASSOCIATES) CITY OF congestion PERRIS REMARKS R09111 - 0 PRELIM ENG. & ENVIRON. 01/07/91 04/01/92 1,053.40 250.93 24% 0.00 0% DAMES & MOORE SVCS RT. 79 LAMBS CANYON R09112 - 0 Preliminary Engineering 11/26/90 12/01/92 573.21 172.06 30% 0.00 0% Centennial Civil Services for Route 79 Engineers, Inc. R09113 - 0 NEGOTIATE PARK-N-RIDE 08/10/90 06/30/91 25.00 22.56 90% 0.00 0% INLAND TRANSPORTATION LEASE NEGOTIATIONS SERVICES R09114 - 0 NEGOTIATE PARK-N-RIDE 08/10/90 06/30/91 25.00 11.13 45% 0.00 0% STEVENS/GARLAND LEASE AGREEMENTS ASSOCIATES, INC. R09115 - 0 PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING 11/02/90 07/28/92 1,315.66 555.17 42% 0.00 0% DANIEL, MANN, JOHNSON & ROUTE 74 MENDENHALL R09116 - 0 ROBERT BEIN, WILLIAM FROST AND ASSOCIATES SURVEYING & DIGITAL 11/02/90 06/30/92 376.31 MAPPING ROUTE 79 133.61 36% 0.00 0% R09117 - 0 Traffic Engineering 01/07/91 04/01/92 201.43 147.08 73% 0.00 0% Tudor Engineering Corp. Services on (3 projects) 09MS NO 0)03101 SIN0d38 AOI11S '301 S1NV1lI1SN03 SNVl XO 00'0 %£S 66'21 LL'1£Z 16/1£/Zl 16/ZZ/ZO POMd 301 90103301903 0 - '/ZL608 I'll-0'0 '301 90IA3AlInS 1SV03 %0 00'0 %6Z 9Z'181 S6'91.9 16/81/01. 16/60/10 lid MOH 16 lb 90IA3AMIIS 0 - £Z16021 9L 31IlOM 801 '301 '330313S 90103301903 XO 00'0 XS/ ZZ'8f1 60'01£ Z6/0£/90 16/L0/10 S331A03S 1V10300001A03 0 - ZZl600 MYNMO NVA '3 01V000/A/ISM3AINl1 103143309V VONII Vial XO 00'0 %/V 88'ZZ £9'S£ 16/10/80 06/SI/OL 3SV31 /01 301M V XMVd Z - 121600 A0111S 00010803 'SNVMl- N1f10S/max SISAIVNV S3AI1V00311V S31901000331 0 7 d %0 00'0 XI/ LS'89 OS'LIL 16/0£/80 16/10/Z0 - A0111S A11118ISV33 0 - OZl6021 XO 00'0 XO 00'0 SXMVM3M 13000 NVSAIM 1030033A09 30 30SSV S31V130SSV ONV XHP XOLL 8L'0/1 0£'821. 16/91/01 06/91/01 V3 0113H1nOS 01 1SISSV 0 - 61L600 6L 3U10M (S1331•00d OM') '301 '90103301903 3ANON %/S SS'16 85'891 16/0£/60 /6/L0/10 NO 90103301903 3111V01 0 - 811600 9L a3noM 0300303 Sp380 01 030N3dX3 13V01003 3n1VA 13001003 31V0 31VO 100114103S30/3d03S 1NY11I15NO3 1Vf113V 10 OIVd 13VM1NO3 1SNIV9V 0321MOH111V 001131d003 AV1S /A 1030003NY X SV 380 10101 103303d 03003dX3 10380I13 /'00 13V01003 (OOOIs X saello0 11V) 180d3M St11V1S 131/111NO3 NOISSIMN03 14011V1MOdS0V81 A1NnO3 301SM3AIM 10021d0 1MOd3M 16/LZ/L1 14 'ON 39Vd PAGE NO. 11/27/91 8 REPORT MPR001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CONTRACT STATUS REPORT (All Dollars X $1000) CONTRACT NO./ CURRENT EXPENDED PERCENT TOTAL DBE AS % AMENDMENT R/ START COMPLETION AUTHORIZED AGAINST CONTRACT PAID OF ACTUAL CONSULTANT SCOPE/DESCRIPTION DATE DATE CONTRACT VALUE CONTRACT EXPENDED TO DBE'S EXPENDED REMARKS R09125 - 0 ENG SCVS FOR PROJ STUDY 02/22/91 12/31/91 154.73 95.37 62% 0.00 0% ICF KAISER ENGINEERS ON SR91 & 110 R09126 - 0 CH2M HILL PSR'S INTERCHANGE ALONG 03/04/91 12/04/92 524.07 SR60/215 33.72 6% 0.00 0% R09127 - 0 PSR'S INTERCHANGES ALONG 03/04/91 12/04/92 456.06 114.65 25% 0.00 O% DELEUII CATHER & COMPANY RT91 R09128 - 0 PRELIMINARY OWES AND ASSOCIATES ENGINEERING/PROJECT REPORT 05/01/91 07/05/94 1,779.25 176.31 10% 0.00 0% R09129 - 0 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 04/23/91 08/04/93 401.11 20.45 5% 0.00 O% LSA ASSOCIATES, INC. RT91 OUTSIDE WIDING R09130 - 0 JHK & ASSOCIATES TRAFFIC ENGINEERING RT91 04/10/91 07/10/92 449.84 FR RT71 TO I-15 129.20 29% 0.00 O% R09131 - 0 CO-OP AGREEMENT / / / / 108.79 108.79 100% 0.00 O% This Contract is closed. CITY OF CORONA CONSTRUCTION COST OF PROMENADE OC SR91 R09132 - 0 CITY OF RIVERSIDE CO-OP AGREE CONST EASTRIDGE OC ON I-215 / / / / 1,500.00 0.00 O% 0.00 0% SOIN NO1 0001 OHM 9VA3 Sf101HVA H7flOSH1 SIO %0 00'0 XS LL'0 00'SL 26/0f/90 L6/10/L0 N1 aIN 9NIX00M130 AlH1NON 0 - S026011 OHM 9NINSOM S1N301S3H 801 NVH00Hd 3AIIN3ONI 100dNVA XO 00'0 XO 00'0 fL'£LL Z6/0£/90 16/91/90 90Sd AVIS n um° 100dNVA 0 - ,0260H %0 00'0 X£ S9'Z %0 00.0 OHM 9NIXHOM NVHJOHd 3AIlN3ON1 ! 9NIAll SIN301S3H 301SH3AIH NH31S3M ZL'16 Z6/0£/90 lb/hL/90 001 3A11033NI 3HVHS30111 0 - fOZ60H NVHJOHd 3A1103001 XfS 00'S6 9Z'611 Z6/0£/90 16/10/L0 3HVHS30111 L6111 39VNVN N0190Hd 3AI103001 AVM33111 301MAIS 0 - ZOZ60H 311S lV1S IIVH NN03-SNOI1VSIlS3ANI 'ONI H331 VH131 XO 00-0 %0 00'0 LL'L£ Z6/LO/£0 L6/60/60 AHVNINI13Hd 11 3SVHd 0 - LOZ6011 '301 11A13 '13114339 XO 00'0 XL SL'6lL 00'0SL'L Z6/0£/90 16/l0/L0 103039VNVN NVH'JOHd 0 - 0026011 XO 00'0 X66 09'96 %0 00'0 SXHVW3H 'ON! 011fl9 'S3SISdH3103 000M13311 00'001. / / 06/WU 8 NalS3(1'3NOHHOlON 'Oh 0 - h£1.60H Vdr 1SN03 33X X69 Z6'1,90'S 6>'Lti£'L 26/0£/90 16/9l/£0 9VN-NLVN L61H AOH 1SN03 (SNV2111VO) NOIIVISOdSNVH1 10 1N3N1HVd30 0 - £f l6OS 03003dX3 Sr390 Ol 030N3dX3 1011111003 3(11VA lOVSIN03 31V0 31110 NO11dISOS30/31103S 1NV1lfiSN03 11ff11OV 10 O1Vd 13V111000 1SNIVJV 03Z1HOH1f1V 001131d003 1HV1S /9 103140030V % SV 390 1V101 1030113d 030N3dX3 1N3HHf13 /'ON INSIN03 (OOOIf X sio11o0 11V) 1H0d3H Sf11ViS lOVSINOO NOISSINNOO NOIIV1HOdSNVHl Aimnoo 301SH3AIH LOOHdN IH0d3H 6 L6/LZA L 'ON 39Vd PAGE NO. 10 11/27/91 REPORT MPR001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION CONTRACT STATUS REPORT (All Dollars X S1000) CONTRACT NO./ CURRENT EXPENDED PERCENT TOTAL DBE AS % AMENDMENT N/ START COMPLETION AUTHORIZED AGAINST CONTRACT PAID OF ACTUAL CONSULTANT SCOPE/DESCRIPTION DATE DATE CONTRACT VALUE CONTRACT EXPENDED TO DBE'S EXPENDED VENDORS REMARKS R09206 - 0 ASBESTOS ABATEMENT / / / / 12.90 0.00 0% 0.00 0% INTEK ENVIRONMENTAL R09207 - 0 DEMOLITION OF / / / / 29.60 0.00 OX 0.00 O% INTEK ENVIROMENTAL IMPROVEMENTS R09209 - 0 ESTABLISHMENT & 07/01/91 06/30/92 5,554.11 1,875.01 34% 0.00 0% SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AMINISTRATION OF COMMUTER REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY RAIL SYSTEM (SCRRA) R09210 - 0 PS&E FOR MORENO VALLEY / / / / 78.16 0.00 OX 0.00 O% NBS/LOWRY PARK & RIDE AT FREDRICK R09211 - 0 TWO MONTH SPECIAL PROJ TO 06/12/91 01/31/92 20.00 1.08 5% 0.00 O% RIDESHARE MARKETING BUS FOSTER RIDESHARE TO (BUSPOOL) ORANGE CO R09212 - 0 GEOTECHNICAL SCVS RT91 / / / / 142.00 0.00 O% 0.00 0% LEIGHTON & ASSOCIATES, HOV MEDIAN WIDING INC. MAG-MARY PAGE NO. 11/27/91 CONTRACT NUMBER CONSULTANT FIRM 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 COORD. BASE WORK EXTRA WORK COMITTED TOTAL AMOUNT EXPENDED 0007PS 0007PS0 0007PS1 0007PS2 0007PT1 0007PT2 0008182 0008SB1 00085112 000981 0009BP1 0009PT2 IMPREST R08801 R08900 R08901 R08902 R06905 R08907 R08908 R09000 R09001 R09002 R09003 R09004 R09006 Covers Several Covers Several Covers Several SMITH i ACKLER Covers Several COVERS COVERS Covers COVERS Covers SPECIAL SEVERAL Several SEVERAL Several Covers Several COVERS SEVERAL Firms/Consultants/Persons Firms/Consultant/Persons Firms/Consultants/Persons Firms/Consultants/Persons TRANSIT PROJECTS AGENCIES FIRMS/CONSULTANTS/PERSONS Firms/Consultants/Persons PERSONS i PERS Firms/Consultants/Persons Firm/Consultants/Persons FIRMS/CONSULTANTS/PERSONS SECURITY PACIFIC RCTC/OCTC MOU (Environmental Studies) Bechtel Corporation Parsons Brinckerhoff, ouade and Douglas, Inc. Parsons, Brinkerhoff, ouade and Douglas, Inc. Schiermeyer Consulting Services Route 86 Cooperative Agreement City of Corona Bechtel Corporation NBS/Lowry KaWes and Associates J.F. Davidson Associates Caltrans Southern California Association of Governments Professional Services - Common to all tasks Professional 8 Specialized Services Professional Services (Legislative Advocate) LEGISLATIVE ADVOCATE Professional Services - Transit Projects SPECIALIZED TRANSIT INSURANCE (WC, LIFE, SHORT 3 LONG DISAB) Salaries i Benefits HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFITS Financial Services - Bond Interest Bond Principal Repayment PASS THRU SET IMPREST FUND/ACCOUNT 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. Serfas Club L Main St. Professional and Technical Design Svcs for Rt 91 Right -of -Way Mapping for RT 60/91/215 IC Agreement for Rt 60/91/215 IC (SCAG) Planning and Support LM NK DM DM DM JR DM DM DM DM DM DM x MTM LM ML KS LM MTM ML LM ML ML LM MTM JR 1296327.00 0.00 1296327.00 515647.99 119700.00 0.00 119700.00 0.00 40000.00 0.00 40000.00 61589.29 45577.00 0.00 45577.00 10508.95 2251942.00 0.00 2251942.00 992338.17 1509000.00 0.00 1509000.00 1245457.00 20000.00 0.00 20000.00 9549.57 685479.00 0.00 685479.00 103411.79 112520.00 0.00 112520.00 25193.22 1500000.00 0.00 1500000.00 0.00 10000000.00 0.00 10000000.00 0.00 472980.00 0.00 472980.00 0.00 5000.00 0.00 5000.00 5o0o. oo 79527.76 0.00 79527.76 65018.48 170000.00 0.00 170000.00 170000.00 2234275.00 80000.00 2314275.00 2040798.86 739000.00 0.00 739000.00 697944.61 336000.00 0.00 336000.00 240807.72 21035400.00 0.00 21035400.00 1210108.65 14605000.00 0.00 14605000.00 6292216.50 1291000.00 0.00 1291000.00 1059104.15 970338.00 12566.00 982904.00 983091.73 1458927.00 40077.00 1499004.00 1365001.10 8500.00 0.00 8500.00 8500.00 20000000.00 0.00 20000000.00 1500000.00 105000.00 0.00 105000.00 11351.79 PAGE NO. 11/27/91 CONTRACT NUMBER z CONSULTANT FIRM 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 COORD. BASE WORK EXTRA WORK COMITTED TOTAL AMOUNT EXPENDED R09007 PSOMAS R09008 NBS/Lowry R09009 Chicago Title R09010 LSA R09011 County of Riverside R09012 City of Perris R09013 DKS and Associates R09014 County of Riverside / Wilbur Smith Associates R09015 Cathedral City R09016 Wilbur Smith Associates R09017 P i D Technologies R09018 Parsons Brinkerhoff Wade i Douglas R09020 RCTC/SANBAG (RT 215) R09021 MORRISON-KNUDSEN ENGINEERS R09100 Bechtel Corporation R09101 GREINER, INC R09102 ALBERT A WEBB i ASSOCIATES R09103 JHK AND ASSOCIATES R09105 NOLTE i ASSOCIATES R09106 RICK ENGINEERING R09107 CITY MORENO VALLEY R09108 RIVERSIDE COUNTY PANNING DEPT. R09109 VALLEY RESEARCH i PLANNING ASSOC. R09110 MGA (MOHLE, GROVER 6 ASSOCIATES) CITY Of PERRIS R09111 DAMES R MOORE R09112 Centennial Civil Engineers, Inc. Surveying Control WH Rt. 215 Surveying Work Escrow and Title Fees for ROW procured for 60/91/215 IC Environmental Study (APA) Cooperative Agreement (Sanderson Project) Rt. 74 - Phase 0,2 and Phase 9 Work PAA Traffic Engineering Cooperative Agreement for 1-15 Galena PSR (Loan) Rt. 111 Construction (Loan) - Perez St. Intersection Traffic Engineering Services for Rt. 111 Corridor Study Cajalco Corridor Study Preliminary Engineering/Environmental/Traffic/for 1215 Preliminary Project Developement Phase PERFORM COMMUTER RAIL STUDY FOR RCTC ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT ROUTE 91 PRLIMINARY ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES RT91 MAG-SR60/215 INTER MED WIDE TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES ON ROUTE 91/MAGNOLIA-INTER ROUTE 91 MAPPING i FIELD SURVEY SERVICES ROUTE 74 MAPPING FIELD SURVEYING Interchange Improvement "Loan" Day/Fredrick at Rt-91 UPDATE/S.E.D. i NETWORK DATA FOR RIVSAN TRAFFIC MODEL DEVELOPMENT OF CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Study the need for new facilities to relieve congestion PRELIM ENG. 1 ENVIRON. 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BASE WORK EXTRA WORK COMITTED TOTAL AMOUNT EXPENDED R09204 R09205 R09206 R09207 R09209 R09210 R09211 R09212 *** Total VANPOOL INCENTIVE PROGRAM CTS THROUGH VARIOUS VENDORS INTEK ENVIRONMENTAL INTEK ENVIROMENTAL SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY (SCRRA) NBS/LOWRY RIDESHARE MARKETING BUS (BUSPOOL) LEIGHTON i ASSOCIATES, INC. *** VANPOOL QUICK START PROD FOR RESIDENTS WORKING WRC MONTHLY NETWORKING MTG IN CVAG WRC FOOD FOR MUGS ASBESTOS ABATEMENT DEMOLITION OF IMPROVEMENTS ESTABLISHMENT i AMINISTRATION OF COMMUTER RAIL SYSTEM PSLE FOR MORENO VALLEY PARK i RIDE AT FREDRICK TWO MONTH SPECIAL PROJ TO FOSTER RIDESHARE TO ORANGE CO GEOTECHNICAL SCVS RT91 HOV MEDIAN WIDING MAG-MARY MW MW KS KS DM WH MW KS 113730.00 0.00 113730.00 0•00 15000.00 0.00 15000.00 712.23 11225.00 1675.00 12900.00 0.00 25725.00 3875.00 29600.00 0.00 5554110.00 0.00 5554110.00 1875010.50 67969.00 10195.00 78164.00 0.00 20000.00 0.00 20000.00 1077.50 123338.00 18662.00 142000.00 0•00 163976026.89 3417843.44 167395870.33 62550857.48 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 5, 1991 TO: Administrative Committee Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Keith Fullenwider, Project Coordinator Mark Massman, Measure A Project Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Route 91 Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street Project Design Survey Contract Amendment The final design work activities have started for the Route 91 Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street HOV Project. Final design field surveys for pavement design, retaining walls, drainage structures and soundwall design are required to support this work. A contract agreement (R09105) was implemented between RCTC and Nolte and Associates in November of 1990, for mapping and preliminary field surveys for the Project Report and environmental studies. This agreement was initiated prior to agreements to proceed with Magnolia to Mary as an interim project and does not include an adequate budget for obtaining final design survey data for this project. Approval of new scope of work and budget and an amendment to this existing agreement is required. The scope of work includes the collection of survey data in the median area of the Route 91 Freeway for design of pavement sections, cross-section data for the auxiliary lane to be constructed east -bound from Tyler Street to Van Buren Blvd., soundwall cross-section data, field measured location data for existing drainage structures, layouts for proposed drainage structures and the field location data for existing utilities. RCTC staff has reviewed the proposed scope of work and the cost estimate for an amount of $151,419.80, which includes all traffic control, permits and submittal of survey data to RCTC in the required format. An amendment to the existing contract agreement will be drafted upon the Commission's approval of the new scope of work and cost estimate. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission approve the scope of work and cost estimate of $151,419.80 for Route 91 Magnolia to Mary final design field surveys for Nolte and Associates. A standard contract amendment will be used for contract R09105. - Mission Viejo November 18, 1991 (3102-91-11) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 3560 University Avenue, Suite 10 Riverside, CA 92501 Attention: Mr. Keith Fullenwider Subject: RCTC Contract No. RO-9105 Proposal for Additional Design Field Surveys Dear Keith: NOLTE and ASSOCIATES is pleased to provide the following proposal for additional work requested by RCTC/Bechtel which is required for the above referenced project. The field survey requirements are to support design for the Route 91 Median HOV Project by Greiner, Inc. The scope of work outlined here is based on the information shown on the project plans supplied to Nolte by RCTC on October 23, 1991, and from details furnished by Greiner, Inc., J.F. Davidson, control information supplied by PSOMAS and Caltrans guidelines. The project limits are generally referred to as being the reach of Route 91 from Magnolia Avenue to Mary Street, a distance of approximately 6.3. miles. 1. SCOPE OF WORK a. Field Measured Median Cross Sections Representative cross sections are required at 100 foot intervals in tangent portions of this reach and at 50 foot intervals through all curves. This section will include elevations at the median barrier and the distance and elevation to the edge of pavement north and south of the median barrier. Additionally, elevations are required at a point ten feet from the edge of pavement into the travel lane north and south of the center median. To accomplish this task closures of the No. 1 lanes will be required during the duration of this phase of the survey. NOLTE and ASSOCIATES Engineers / Planners / Surveyors C1,10173-002 24741 Chrisanta Drive, P.O. Box 9056, Mission Viejo, CA 92691 Tel: (714) 837-5001 Fax No. (714) 380-1207 Mr. Keith Fullenwider RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION November 18, 1991 Page 2 The 5 miles of tangent portion of the project area require about 260 cross sections and the 1.3 miles of curved portion of the project require about 145 sections. b. Field Measured Cross Sections at Proposed Auxiliary Lane Representative cross sections are required in the area of a proposed auxiliary lane on the eastbound side of the freeway from Tyler to Van Buren. Cross sections will be at 50 foot intervals in this reach and will include elevations at the edge of pavement. Additionally, distances and elevations will be required for grade breaks through the shoulder area up to and including the right-of-way. This segment covers 3,500 feet and will require about 70 cross sections. The right-of-way will be established from the Coordinate Control Maps (CCM) and Right -of -Way Plans to be supplied by Caltrans. No permanent monumenta- tion of the State Right -of -Way is covered by this scope of work. c. Field Measured Cross Sections at Proposed Soundwall Locations. Representative cross sections are required at locations of proposed Soundwalls on the eastbound and westbound sides of Route 91 throughout the project reach. There are 131ocations for proposed Soundwalls, they span a total of 5.5 miles and will require about 290 cross sections at 100 foot intervals. These sections require distances and elevations from the existing edge of shoulder to fifty feet outside the right-of-way. d. Field Measured Locations of Existing Drainage Structures Actual location and elevations are required on all existing drainage devices as shown on the supplied exhibits. Elevations will be obtained on the top of the drainage inlet as well as invert or flowline of pipes where possible. There are approximately 170 existing locations of drainage laterals as well as the main drainage in the median throughout the project reach. IN& NOLTE and ASSOCIATES Engineers / Planners / Surveyors CL\0173-002 Mr. Keith Fullenwider RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION November 18, 1991 Page 3 e. Location Layout for Proposed Drainage Improvements Layout is required at four proposed locations as shown on the exhibits provided. This layout will reference the inlet and outlet location at the centerline stations shown at Magnolia, La Sierra, and two locations at Tyler. Representative Cross Sections will be required at these locations from the edge of the travelled way to the right-of-way. f. Existing Utility Locations The location of existing Utility Crossings will be required at the nine major intersections from and including Magnolia to Mary Street. Existing utilities will be potholed by others, therefore potholing is not covered in this scope. The horizontal and vertical location of the exposed utility will be obtained after potholing is complete at each intersection. GENERAL PROVISIONS The Scope of Work as outlined herein are based on the following provisions: • Necessary encroachment permits will be obtained by NOLTE and ASSOCIATES. • All field surveys will be performed in accordance with the requirements and regulations as contained in the Caltrans Survey Manual. • All Horizontal and Vertical control required to accomplish the above referenced tasks will be supplied by RCTC (PSOMAS) prior to commencing work. Specifically, all tasks require deliverable information in reference to the centerline stationing for Route 91 and the existing centerline monumentation along this reach. It is required that this monumentation be tied to the published Primary Control previously provided by RCTC. • All field generated coordinates will be referenced to the California Coordinate System (CCS), North American Datum-83 (NAD 83). NIL NOLTE and ASSOCIATES Engineers / Planners / Surveyors CL\0173-002 Mr. Keith Fullenwider RIVERSIDE COUNTY 'TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION November 18, 1991 Page 4 • Sincerely, All field notes and electronic data and final deliverables will be in accordance with the specification contained in the manual entitled: "FIELD SURVEY SPECIFI- CATIONS, SURVEY DATA FORMATS AND DELIVERABLE STANDARDS FOR RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION SURVEY DATABASE" prepared for RCTC by PSOMAS. NOLTE and ASSOCIATES CHARLES W. HUX Project Manager NIL NOLTE and ASSOCIATES Engineers i Planners i Surveyors CL\0173-002 COST BREAKDOWN RCTC - ADDITIONAL FIELD SURVEY FOR DESIGN CONTRACT = RO-9105 (MAGNOLIA TO MARY) 1. Median Cross -Sections POSITION HOURS RATE TOTAL TOTAL AssociateProject Manager Junior Engineer/Planner Four Person Survey Crew SUBTOTAL Overhead and Fringe SUBTOTAL Other Direct Costs CADD 16 $32.80 4 $34.81 15 $18.82 510 $23.03 1.872% 10 $30.00 Subconsultants Traffic Control Systems, Anaheim 937-0422 Traffic Control for Eastbound & Westbound NE Lane for 13 days ® $1,450.00 per day TOTAL 2. Auxiliary Lane Cross -Sections (Tyler to M $524.80 $139.24 $282.30 $11,745.30 $12,691.64 $23,758.75 $36,450.39 $300.00 $18,850.00 $55,600.39 POSITi0h1` ' : HOURS _ RATE .1OTAY. : TOTAL Associate Project Manager Junior Engineer/Planner Four Person Survey Crew SUBTOTAL 4 $32.80 2 $34.81 4 $18.82 86 $23.03 Overhead and Fringe 1.872 % SUBTOTAL Other Direct Costs CADD 2 $30.00 $60.00 $131.20 $69.62 $75.28 $1,980.58 $2,256.68 $4,224.51 TOTAL $6,481.19 $6,541.19 1 PR\0119-002 3. Soundwall Location (Cross -Sections) 5.5 Miles 4. POSITION HOURS RATE TOTAL' TOTAL Associate Project Manager Junior Engineer/Planner Four Person Survey Crew SUBTOTAL Overhead and Fringe SUBTOTAL Other Direct Costs CADD TOTAL 18 $32.80 2 $34.81 15 $18.82 510 $23.03 1.872% 12 $30.00 $590.40 $69.62 $282.30 $11,745.30 $12,687.62 $23,751.22 $36,438.84 $360.00 $36,798.84 .-._____a_ ____ POSITION HOURS TOTAL" TOTAL RATE Associate Project Manager Junior Engineer/Planner Three Person Survey Crew Four Person Survey Crew SUBTOTAL 7 $32.80 2 $34.81 7 $18.82 124 $23.03 93 $23.03 Overhead and Fringe 1.872 % SUBTOTAL Other Direct Costs CADD 5 $30.00 $150.00 $229.60 $69.62 $131.74 $2,855.72 $2,141.79 $5,428.47 $10,162.10 TOTAL $15,590.57 $15,740.57 2 PR\0119-002 • 5. Bore and Jack Locations (Layout) POSITION HOURS RATE TOTAL TOTAL Associate Project Manager Project Engineer/Planner Junior Engineer/Planner Four Person Survey Crew SUBTOTAL Overhead and Fringe SUBTOTAL Other Direct Costs CADD TOTAL 6. Location Surveys for Existing Utilities 2 $32.80 2 $34.81 4 $32.80 5 $18.82 32 $23.03 1.872% 2 $30.00 $65.60 $69.62 $131.20 $94.10 $736.96 $1,097.48 $2,054.48 $3,151.96 $60.00 $3,211.96 POSITION HOURS RATE. TOTAL TOTAL Associate Project Manager Junior Engineer/Planner Four Person Survey Crew SUBTOTAL 8 $32.80 2 $34.81 7 $18.82 272 $23.03 Overhead and Fringe 1. 872 % SUBTOTAL Other Direct Costs CADD 6 $30.00 $180.00 $262.40 $69.62 $131.74 $6,264.16 $6,727.92 $12,594.67 TOTAL $19,322.59 $19,502.59 3 PR\0119-002 7. Encroachment Permit POSITION HOURS RATE TOTAL TOTAL Project Engineer Administration Technician SUBTOTAL Overhead and Fringe TOTAL GRAND SUBTOTAL FEE AT 10 % GRAND TOTAL 2 $32.80 2 $12.26 4 1.872% $65.60 $24.52 $90.12 $168.70 $258.82 $137,654.36 $13,765.44 $151,419.80 PR\0119-002 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 5, 1991 TO: Administrative Committee Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Mike Davis, Environmental Manager THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Contract Amendment with Tetra Tech (Hazardous Waste Consultant) to Cover New Work to Perform Phase II Preliminary Site Investigations for the Friis Property The Friis property is located within the area required for the future Measure "A" reconstruction of the Route 60/91 /1-215 interchange. It has recently become available to RCTC through advanced acquisition under a "hardship" condition. Because of the "hardship" acquisition, closing escrow on the Friis property before the end of the year is very important. A hazardous waste evaluation must be completed in order for Caltrans to begin appraising the property. LSA Associates has conducted a Phase I Initial Site Assessment (ISA) to determine whether the presence of hazardous waste is indicated on the Friis property. The ISA prepared by LSA indicated there was possible contamination on the site and it was recommended that a follow-up Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) be prepared to determine the actual presence or non -presence of contamination on the site. Caltrans Hazardous Materials personnel have been consulted and they have recommended that the PSI include a soil testing program. RCTC has previously selected Tetra Tech, Inc. of San Bernardino to conduct PSI work for the Commuter Rail stations at Serfas Club Drive and Pierce Street (Agreement R09201) and they are nearing completion of this work. Because Tetra Tech is already under contract to RCTC to conduct PSI's they have been requested to also submit a proposal to undertake evaluation of the Friis property. The Tetra Tech Scope -of -Work for the Friis property is described in a letter dated November 15, 1991 (attached). Tetra Tech intends to complete this Scope -of -Work for an amount not to exceed $25,502. However, at this time the $25,502 requested by Tetra Tech to complete the work on the Friis property is more than the remaining contingency in the original agreement and more than the Executive Director may authorize without full Commission approval. Page Two December 5, 1991 Contract with Amendment Tetra Tech (Hazardous Waste Consultant) to Cover New Work to Perform Phase II Preliminary Site Investigations for the Friis Property To expedite escrow closure on the Friis property the Executive Director has given Tetra Tech a limited Notice -to -Proceed (NTP not to exceed $14,757) to begin field work (soil borings). In granting this limited NTP, the Executive Director has used $4,757 in Extra Work remaining in the current contract (R0921) and has added $10,000 as authorized. These actions increased the total value of the existing Tetra Tech agreement from $31,712 to $46,469 and leaves approximately $10,745 still necessary for Tetra Tech to complete the overall Friis property work . The remaining $10,745 of the $25,502 requested by Tetra Tech to complete the Scope -of - Work for the Friis property will be presented to the Commission for approval at the December 11,1991 meeting. If the Commission approves this amendment the total contract value would increase from the $46,469 noted above to $57,214. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission approve the remaining $10,745 of the overall $25,502 for Tetra Tech, Inc. to perform Phase II Preliminary Site Investigations for the Friis property on I- 215. This amendment to Agreement R09201 would increase the not -to -exceed contract amount from $46,469 to $57,214. MD:sc RRB-K-44-581 TC 8690 TETRA TECH, INC. 348 West Hospitality Lane. Suite 300 San Bernardino. CA 92408-3216 Telephone 1714) 381-1674 November 15, 1991 Mr. Mike Davis Environmental Manager Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Avenue, Suite 100 Riverside, California 92501 REcEi ven NO V i u 1991 iQ Subject: Work Plan and Cost Estimate for the Spruce Street Site Dear Mr. Davis: Tetra Tech, Inc. has been contracted to perform three Phase II Preliminary Site Investigations for the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), agreement No. RO-92-01, dated October 28, 1991. Tetra Tech was asked to submit a work plan and cost estimate for an additional Preliminary Site Assessment at a site on Spruce Street. Tetra Tech was instructed to base their work plan and cost estimate on a site Hazardous Waste Documentation prepared by LSA Associates, Inc. and provided to Tetra Tech by RCTC. Spruce Street Site The LSA document states that the Spruce Street site is currently used as commercial property and does not appear to present an on -site contamination problem. However, the parcel in question was previously used for agriculture and it appears that agricultural equipment may have been stored on the property. The primary environmental concern is contamination from off site sources (see figure one). The LSA document states that there is potential contamination from a former auto wrecking yard to the north, two leaking underground storage tanks to the south, and one leaking underground storage tank and maintenance shop to the southeast. Groundwater is estimated to be at a depth of 50 to 100 feet flowing to the northwest. The estimated cost of our services for the Spruce Street Site is $25,502.00. Tetra Tech's work plan is broken into the following five tasks: Task 1: Prepare Project Work Plan and Mobilization Tetra Tech will prepare a work plan for drilling, sampling, and analysis of possible contaminants. Prior to the site investigation, investigations on adjacent properties of concern will be reviewed, any necessary permits from governing regulatory agencies will be obtained, and groundwater and soil characteristics for the site researched. A site health and safety plan will be prepared for use by Tetra Tech field personnel. Task 1 will also include scheduling and mobilization of subcontractors and analytical laboratories. Mr. Mike Davis November 15, 1991 Page 2 Task 2: Soil Sample Collection Soil Borings Three borings will be advanced to groundwater using a drilling rig equipped with a 10-inch diameter hollow stem auger. Samples will be collected near the surface, at five-foot intervals to 25 feet. Samples will be screened for organic vapors using an Organic Vapor Analyzer. Sample tubes will be sealed with teflon-lined plastic end caps, labelled, logged and kept chilled in a cooler until transported to the analytical laboratory. All borings will be logged employing Unified Soil Classification System (USCS) nomenclature. During drilling operations, augers will be steam -cleaned between borings to reduce the possibility of cross contamination. All sampling equipment will be triple -rinsed in a solution of trisodium phosphate (TSP), a tap water rinse and a de -ionized water rinse between each sampling event. Drill cuttings will be stored on -site in approved 55-gallon drums. Task 3: Chemical Analyses of Samples Samples collected in the field will be transported to the laboratory under standard chain -of -custody procedures. A State certified analytical laboratory will analyze the samples for the following constituents: Soils: 1 EPA Method 8080 & 8150. One 3-way composite sample will be analyzed for herbicides and pesticides. • 18 EPA Method 8010 Purgeable Halogenated Volatile Organics. • 18 EPA Method 8015 Purgeable Non -Halogenated Volatile Organics. • 18 EPA Method 8020 Aromatic Volatile Organics. Task 4: Data Analysis and Report Preparation A Phase II report (three copies) will be prepared for each site and include investigative procedures, laboratory analysis reports, discussion addressing the location and extent of contamination, if any, and remediation measures and costs, if appropriate. Should any agency representative legitimately request that an interim report or other document be prepared, Tetra Tech will notify the client and provide same at an additional cost. Task S: Meetings Tetra Tech will conduct trend meetings with RCTC representatives on a semi -weekly basis. At the trend meetings, Tetra Tech will summarize work in progress and present objectives to be accomplished during the next two weeks. Changes to work scope and cost issues will be discussed at that time. For the purpose of this cost estimate, we have assumed that no more than four trend meetings would be required. Additional meetings would require additional time and effort, resulting in additional cost. TETRA TECH. INC. J w ua CD w Chlorinated Hydrocarbons UST leak t= cn t co 7 Massachusetts Avenue 0 Assumed Groundwater Direction cn t_ ca t �a 0 Auto Wrecking Spruce Street Gasoline UST leak T G� NOT TO SCALE LEGEND --Site Boundary Figure l RCFC Spruce Street Site Mr. Mike Davis November 15, 1991 Page 4 A summary of the various tasks and our estimate of related costs is attached. If you have any questions, or require additional information, please contact Dr. Robert Harrington or Mr. Roger Batra at (714) 381-1674 Sincerely, TETRA TECH, INC. /.1»nft Raj Mathur, Ph.D. Director Roger R. Batra Senior Geologist RRB/TJV:Imp HAZ\K44-581 Enclosures: As stated TETRA TECH. INC. TABLE 1 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION SPRUCE SITE SUMMARY BASE RATE AMOUNT LABOR HOURS/COST IN HOUSE Project Manager/Sr Scientist 46.0 $25.00 $1,150 Staff Scientist 140.0 $20.00 $2,800 Clerical 34.0 $13.00 $442 Subtotal In House Direct Labor FRINGE BENEFITS Subtotal (Overhead Base) LABOR OVERHEAD TOTAL LABOR OTHER DIRECT COSTS (ODC's) Total Other Direct Costs Subtotal (G & A Base) 220.0 $4,392 37.61% $6,044 73.31% GENERAL & ADMINISTRATIVE (G&A) $20,351 $4,392 $1,652 $6,044 $4,431 $10,475 $9,876 $9,876 $20,351 13.92% $2,833 Subtotal (Labor, ODC's and G&A) $23,184 FIXED FEE S23,184 10.00% $2,318 TOTAL ESTIMATED COST AND FIXED FEE $25,502 Use or disclosure of data contained on this sheet is subject to the restriction on the disclosure page of this proposal or quotation. 11/15/91 TABLE 2 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Spruce Site CATEGORY Project Manager/ Sr. Scientist Staff Scientist Clerical t TOTAL HOURS DOLLARS TASKS Hourly Rates 1 2 3 4 5 Total Hours $25.00 $20.00 $13.00 8.0 32.0 8.0 8.0 50.0 12.0 40.0 20.0 18.0 18.0 6.0 46.0 140.0 34.0 .l 48.0 58.0 72.0 42.0 220.0 $944 $1,200 $1,360 $888 $4, 392 Other Direct Costs - Field Operations Organic Vapor Analyzer ($100/day) Drill Rig (2 days @ $1350/day) Support Truck (2 days @ $150/day) Steam Trailer (2 days @ $200/day) 55 Gallon Drums (4 @ $36/drum) Bentonite chips (35 bags @ $10/bag) Asphalt Patch (2 @ $8 ea) Brass Tubes (80 @ $2.50 ea) - Analytical - Soil EPA method 8080 (1 @ $110) EPA method 8150 (1 @ $250) EPA method 8010/8020 (18 @ $153 ea) EPA method 8015 (18 @ $110 ea) -Miscellaneous Travel/Mileage ($.275/mile) Supplies Film & Developing (I roll) Reproduction (150 copies @ $.06/pg) Computer Usage ($2/hr) Total TOTAL DOLLARS (Unburdened) $200 $2,700 $300 $400 $144 $350 $16 $200 $110 $250 $2,754 $1,980 $250 $11 $75 $15 $32 $9 $80 $200 $2,700 $300 $400 $144 $350 S16 $200 $110 $250 $2,754 $1,980 $261 $75 $15 $9 $112 $32 S9,669 $164 $11 $9,876 $976 $10,869 $1,524 $899 $14,268 • This includes a 15% discount on chemical analyses costs. Use or disclosure of data contained on this sheet is subject to the restriction on the title page of this proposal or quotation. 11/15i91 "'"iamagrar‘11111tec:, - RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 5, 1991 TO: Administrative Committee Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Mark T. Massman, Measure A Project Manager Bill Hughes, Bechtel Project Coordinator THROUGH: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: Amendment to Psomas Contract R09007 to add: Task 8 to Establish Survey Control for Route 111 to Support JayKim Digital Mapping of Route 111, and Task 9 to Provide Route 91 Centerline Control. The March 14, 1990 Commission approved the use of Psomas and Associates to provide survey quality control and to develop the primary survey control for the various Measure Highway projects. The initial contract provided authorization for Psomas to provide these services for Route 215. A subsequent Commission action on July 11, 1990 extended their services to Routes 60, 74, 79 and 91 from Magnolia to the Route 60/91 /215 Interchange. Finally, the January 9, 1991 Commission extended the Psomas contract to include the portion of Route 91 from Magnolia to the Orange County Line. TASK 8: The Commission will be presented with a companion agenda item for JAYKIM Engineers to provide aerial photography and digital mapping for selected portions of Route 91. The intent of this new Task for Psomas is to provide the same survey quality control and primary survey control for the Route 111 projects as they have provided for the other Commission Highway projects. The final scope of work and the resulting compensation that will be paid to Psomas for this work is still under negotiation and review. The results will be presented to the Administrative Committee at the time of the meeting. Page Two December 5, 1991 TASK 9: Route 91 centerline monuments that currently exist are located using the NAD27 coordinate system. These monuments were installed and located by Ca!trans prior to any work performed by the Commission. These monuments have not been tied to the new Psomas control system that they established for Route 91 using the NAD83 Coordinate System. The new coordinate system is the basis of the digital mapping that provides the base maps for the engineering drawings. In order to be able to use the existing centerline monuments with the engineering drawings they must now be converted to the new coordinate system. After Psomas has converted the location of the monuments from NAD27 to the NAD83 Coordinate System, Nolte will be able to use the centerline monuments to perform field surveys for the median work to be performed on Route 91 from Magnolia to Mary to add an additional HOV lane in each direction of the Highway. Psomas has estimated that they will provide the conversion of the centerline monuments for Route 91 between Magnolia (PM 10.8) and Arlington (PM17.8) for $40,076.02. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission approve: TASK 8 -- recommendation will be provided at the time of the meeting. TASK 9 -- amend contract to add Task 9 to provide conversion of centerline monuments from NAD27 to the NAD83 Coordinate System for Route 91 from PM 10.8 to PM 17.8. The amount of the amendment is to be set at $40,076.02 with a 15% contingency of $6,011. WH:sc Appendix "A-7" Work Breakdown Structure for Survey Task No. 7 (Route 91) APPENDIX 'A-9' WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE FOR R.C.T.C. MEASURE 'A' PROJECTS SURVEY AND MAPPING TASK NO.9, SURVEY CONTROL, FOR ROUTE 91 CENTERLINE MAGNOLIA AVE. TO ARLINGTON AVE., P.NL 10.8 TO 17.8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY PROJECT DESCRIPTION The survey for this project will be conducted along Route 91, from Magnolia Avenue to Arlington Avenue, P.M. 10.3 to 17.8. The approximate milage is 7 miles. The project survey scope shall include the following: • Establish California Coordinate System 1983 (CCS 83) coordinates for the centerline of construction per Caltrans reference monumentation. All found monuments are to be tied to the newly established CCS 83 survey control via total station field measurements. • Survey computations of the field measurements and preparation of a survey plan for the centerline of construction of said portion of Route 91. Psomas shall integrate and file all survey data obtained during this project to a central Survey Records Data Base (SRDB). WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE The following is a brief outline of the WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) needed to complete this project. Page No. 1 Appendix "A-8" Work Breakdown Structure for Task Number 8, Part 1 (Route 111) START This is a Milestone activity which defines the actual start of the project upon authorization from RCTC. The anticipated date for this event is January 1, 1992. PRE -PROJECT CONFERENCE Upon authorization to proceed the RCTC project manager, Caltrans surveyor and PSOMAS management staff will meet to determine the exact limits and definition of the work. At this time any special conditions or requirements shall be reviewed. A Caltrans Encroachment Permit will be requested simultaneously. PREPARE WORK PLAN The Psomas project manager shall prepare a detailed project schedule and work plan. The plan shall be submitted to RCTC for review and approval. The work plan shall include a project schedule, milestone dates, description of all deliverable items, field survey and safety procedures and required technical procedures. TEAM MEETING Prior to commencement of any work there will be a PSOMAS team meeting for the purpose of reviewing the Project Definition, Client Reporting Protocols, Project Goals, Project Schedule, Work Plan and Deliverable Items. SAFETY MEETING Prior to the commencement of any field work there will be a Field Safety Meeting conducted with all field personnel assigned to the project. The meeting will also include the Psomas field survey supervisor, project manager and a Caltrans representative, if required. Items to be discussed during the safety meeting shall include; Traffic Safety for the survey team and motoring public, Field Procedures and Daily Time Reporting for the field crews. Minutes of all Safety Meetings will be kept and made available to RCTC and Caltrans on request. Page No. 2 Appendix "A-8" Work Breakdown Structure for Task Number 8, Part 1 (Route 111) RESEARCH A research of Caltrans records has been conducted for existing horizontal, vertical and cadastral survey control. All found notes, maps and data have been copied, correlated and indexed in conformance with the approved survey data base format and specifications. Copies of all notes, maps and data shall be made available to Caltrans and RCTC. SITE RECONNAISSANCE This activity shall be carried out by field survey party chiefs and field survey supervisor for the purpose of selecting suitable locations for any required supplemental horizontal control and aerial mapping control. ENTER DATA TO SURVEY RECORDS DATA BASE (SRDB) All researched and new survey data shall be entered into the approved Survey Records Data Base (SRDB), after such Data Base has been reviewed and approved by RCTC and Caltrans. The Survey Records Data Base (SRDB) format and specifications will be developed during Task No. 1 of this contract. MONUMENT RECOVERY The field survey crews shall search and recover all reference monuments and any other monuments of record for the establishment of the centerline of construction for the said portion of Route 91. SURVEY FIELD MEASUREMENTS Psomas and Associates shall measure angular and linear ties to all monuments recovered for the establishment of the centerline of construction. These ties are to be measured from the newly established control monuments along said Route 91 as per Task 6. Since a majority of these monuments lies at the close approximately of the travelled portion of Route 91 it is anticipated that we will have to close adjoining lanes in order to capture ties in a safe manner. Each monument is to be observed from two independent sites in order to assure integrity of data. 3 Appendix "A-8" Work Breakdown Structure for Task Number 8, Part 1 (Route 111) SURVEY COMPUTATIONS All survey observations are to reduced and CCS 83 values shall be computed for each monument located within this survey. An analysis of the monumentation and the record centerline shall be made and a survey plan of the results shall be prepared. PREPARE FINAL PROJECT REPORT Upon completion of all work the. Psomas Project Manager will prepare a complete report of all survey work, quality control reviews, problems encountered, special solutions conditions, unique solutions and recommendations for future projects. Also appropriate diagrams, maps and exhibits will be included. DELIVER ALL NOTES, MAPS, REPORTS AND DATA TO CLIENT Upon completion of all survey work, SRDB input and project reports , Psomas and Associates will deliver both hard copy and disk files to RCTC. Additional electronic and hard copy data will be delivered to Caltrans as directed by RCTC. Psomas and Associates will retain copies of all electronic and hard copy data as part of the project central files for maintenance and distribution. 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A Project Manager Jack Reagan, Executive Director Amendment to Cooperative Agreement with the City of Perris Redevelopment Agency for Widening and Improvement of Route 74 between 7th Street and "G" Street Staff has developed an amendment to the Cooperative Agreement with the City of Perris for the Route 74 (7th to G Street) project. This amendment included increasing the Agreement funding limits to correspond with current project estimates, identification of shared ownership for excess or parcel remnants (including resale provisions), and identification of RCTC's role in funding and managing asbestos removal and demolition efforts. Staff has been approached by the City of Perris with a proposal for alternative funding assistance for the Route 74 (7th to G Street Project) in Perris. Staff has met with the City and worked out an alternative loan agreement. Attached is a list of proposed agreement points. A complete revised Cooperative Agreements incorporating all issues is being drafted by legal counsel and will be available for handout at the Administrative Committee meeting. Background At its October 11, 1989 meeting, the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) approved a Cooperative Agreement with the City of Perris Redevelopment Agency (RDA) for widening and improvements of Route 74 between 7th Street and "G" Street, in the City of Perris (PROJECT). Under the terms of the original agreement, the PROJECT was to be funded in equal parts with a combination of RDA and RCTC funds. Receipt of State Page Two December 5, 1991 matching funds applied for under SB300 was to be used to offset, in equal parts, the total project costs assessed to the RDA and RCTC. RCTC's total obligation under this agreement was estimated to be approximately $3.0 million. The RDA was designated as lead agency for the project responsible for management of the project. Also, under the terms of a MOU executed by RDA and RCTC on August 29, 1990, title to all properties acquired in full for the PROJECT will be held equally as tenants in common by RDA and RCTC. Project development has been proceed on schedule with construction award scheduled for March 1992. Right-of-way acquisition should be completed early in January 1992. The current cost estimate for the project is approximately $6.8 million. The SB300 share for the project is 30.08 percent. City of Perris Funding Proposal The City of Perris committed RDA funds in order to accelerate the Route 74 project. Conceptually, the City commitment was in lieu of the require State fifty percent match for the project. While the City remains committed to the Route 74 project, other City project commitments are creating a strain on available funding. Staff has worked with the City to work out a loan proposal. Under this proposal, RCTC would fund out of the Measure A highway program the approximately $2.0 million remaining City obligation for the project. This funding would become a loan to be secured and repaid from the City Measure A local fund. Interest would be charged equivalent to RCTC bond interest rate. A payment schedule would be worked out compatible with City Measure A local distributions over the r€rnaining years of the Measure. Since widening of Route 74 between 115 and 1215 is included in the Measure A highway program, a State project funding commitment to this corridor would fulfill the intended 50/50 match requirement. if a State commitment is made in the STIP towards a project on Route 74 fulfilling the match requirement for this corridor (probably the widening from 115 to 7th Street) it makes sense that the City could be relieved of its match requirement with Measure A shouldering full funding responsibility for the Seventh to G Street project. Whenever such a STIP action occurs, staff proposes that any remaining City obligation to the loan be forgiven. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission approve the proposed revised Cooperative Agreement with the City of Perris for the Route 74 widening from Seventh to G Streets including the proposed loan arrangement. A final draft Cooperative Agreement will be available. NEW FUNDING PROPOSAL FOR SR 74 WIDENING PROJECT BETWEEN "G" STREET AND 7TH STREET BACKGROUND: The Riverside County Transportation Commission and the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Perris currently have in effect a Memo of Understanding regarding the financing of a widening project on State Route 74 between "G" Street and 7th Street ;the "7th Street Project"}. The parties are currently exploring a means to restructure the funding requirements under the existing MOU. CO" EPT: The 7th Street Project will still be funded in equal parts by RCTC measure "A" funds and the City of Perris redevelopment funds. However, RCTC will now loan to Perris the amounts the City would be required to pay for its half share of the 7th Street Project costs. The estimated remaining amount of Perris' obligation to the 7th Street Project is $2 million. The interest rate on this loan will be the same as the current rates for RCTC bonds. Monthly repayment will come from Perris' share of Measure "A" Local Streets and Road monies, in an amount of $ per year. A proposed amortization schedule is attached. ,AGREEMENT POINTa: 1. The effective date of the new financing arrangement is 11/1/91. Any payments made by the City prior to 11/1/91 will be uneffected. Any payments required of the City after 11/1/91 will be made by loaned Measure "A" funds. 2. RCTC will retain full title to all property acquired for the 7th Street Project after 12/1/91. 3. SB 300 monies received by Perris for the 7th Street Project will go directly to RCTC. 4. RCTC shall forgive any payments remaining on the loan to Perris upon commitment of State STIP monies to the remaining RCTC SR 74 projects between Routes 215 and 15. Such State funding must be in excess of 50% of the cost of the entire RCTC SR 74 Corridor Project between Routes 215 and 15, including the 7th Street Project. 5. Should the remaining RCTC projects on SR 74 between Routes 215 and 15 be included in the STIP before completion of the 7th Street Project, RCTC shall forgive all outstanding loan amounts and assume full control of financing any remaining work on the 7th Street Project. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 5, 1991 TO: Administrative Committee Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Jack Reagan, Executive Director SUBJECT: RCTC Funding for Ramona Expressway Corridor Study Staff has met with WRCOG and the County Transportation Department regarding last month's agenda item regarding the Ramona Expressway. There are a number of significant issues related to the Ramona Expressway which staff believes prudent to evaluate prior to completion of the larger County -wide Transportation Plan. Staff has worked out arrangements to perform the study through WRCOG. A report on this study will be presented at the Administrative Committee meeting. MTM:sc RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 5, 1991 TO: Administrative Committee Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Paul Blackwelder, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: SB 1402 Intercounty Bus Plan Study - Consultants SB 1402, which required a Regional Rail Plan for Southern California also required that a Regional Bus Plan must be included in the first update due in January, 1992. Staff from the Riverside Transit Agency, Omnitrans and the four Transportation Commissions (Riverside, Orange, Los Angeles and San Bernardino) have been meeting to develop a scope of work to prepare an Intercounty Bus Plan to meet these legislative requirements and to better coordinate this type of service. While much of the work needed to complete this study has been done, it will need to be brought together and some update will most likely be required. We believe that consultant services for coordinating the study and preparing the final report would be beneficial and expect they would cost $45,000 to $60,000 depending on the final scope of work and information currently available. The Orange County Transportation Authority is acting as the lead agency for this project. Funding for the consultant is proposed to be split evenly between the four Commissions. Our share would therefore be $10,000 to $15,000. Representatives from SCAG have indicated that SCAG might fund a portion of the study as it would relate to their update of the Regional Mobility Element. To the extent SCAG funds a portion of the study, the Commission shares would be reduced. The Commission would have the opportunity to review and approve the scope of work prior to any distribution of a Request for Proposal to potential consultants. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission approve, in concept, $10,000 - $15,000 to fund its share of a consultant contract for the SB 1402 Intercounty Bus Plan to be evenly split between the Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino Commissions. PB:sc RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: December 5, 1991 TO: Administrative Committee Budget & Finance Committee FROM: Paul Blackwelder, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Palisades Road Park-N-Ride Site Follow -Up Last month, several issues were raised regarding a proposal to construct/lease a 640 park-n-ride Lot on Palisades Road near Route 91. Staff has done some follow-up with the County of Riverside Transportation Department, the City of Corona and the property owners. County of Riverside Property: Prior to the last Commission meeting, we met with Transportation Department staff to discuss the potential use of the County of Riverside property across the street from the proposed project. After a field review by Transportation Department and Bechtel staff, they determined existing drainage within the County property would make it very difficult, at best, to obtain environmental clearance for a project of more than 1 - 2 acres (150 spaces maximum) on that site and, that if environmental clearance was obtained, the cost would be extremely high to construct the large culverts that would be required. We are continuing our discussions with them to determine if actual cost estimates are even worth the time to prepare and will report on this issue further at the meeting. Public vs. Private Benefit From Proiect Funding: The Measure A funds proposed for the project will cover construction costs, earthwork and pavement, etc. for the park-n-ride lot. Public agencies generally have this type of work bid by private contractors. Since the funds are for construction, they would not provide any revenue to a public agency if the work were done on publicly -owned property with the exception of minor costs covered for administration and overhead. The majority of funds would go to the contractor. There is generally a substantial increase in the value of any property, public or privately owned, on which the magnitude of earthwork proposed is done to make the property ready for development. However, revenues from the increased value are not available until the property is sold to another party. The public should expect that they would get a fair return on their investment in this type of project. Staff understands this principal and feels there are several options. The property owners are open to several alternatives that accomplish this objective including: sale of the current property to RCTC, currently not authorized under the Measure A Expenditure Plan; joint development of the property; and long term lease. Both the joint development and long term lease agreements would provide first right of refusal for purchase to the Commission and a return on funds invested. Traffic Study: Staff is selecting a consultant from the list of qualified firms to conduct a traffic study related to the proposal. We would hope that the proposed park-n-ride lot would primarily attract commuters currently using this road as an alternate route to by-pass traffic on Route 91 that exacerbate the access problems for residents west of the site rather than attract additional traffic as would a commuter rail station. The traffic study will provide this information prior to any final decision on an agreement with the owners. Unless there is another governmental agency that has a similar piece of property available they would make available for park-n-ride at a reasonable cost, staff recommends that the Commission should further pursue the options for developing this site. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Commission further pursue the option for developing the Palisades Road site as a park-n-ride lot. PB:sc