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08 August 27, 2020 TPOC MEETING AGENDA Toll Policy and Operations Committee Time: 11:00 a.m. Date: August 27, 2020 Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20, (March 18, 2020), the Governing Board meeting will only be conducted via video conferencing and by telephone. COMM ITTEE MEMBERS Brian Berkson , Chair / Chris Barajas, City of Jurupa Valley Lloyd White, Vice Chair/ Julio Martinez, City of Beaumont Larry Smith / Linda Molina , City of Calimesa Clint Lorimore / Todd Rigby, City of Eastvale Dana Reed / Kimberly Muzik , City of Indian Wells Michael M. Vargas / Rita Rogers, City of Perris Ben J. Benoit / Joseph Morabito, City of Wildomar STAFF Anne Mayer, Executive Director Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY Policies involving the Commission’s Toll Facilities Setting Tolls or Rates C onsidering Contracts with Vendors Working on the Toll Program Statewide and Federal Legislative Issues Regarding Tolling Outreach and Marketing of the Toll Facilities Interactions with Neighboring Jurisdictions Regarding Toll Matters User -Based Funding Programs and Future Opportunities for Toll Facility Development in Riverside County RIVERSIDE COUNTY T RANSPORTATION COMMISSION TOLL P OLICY AND OPERATIONS C OMMITTEE www.rctc.org AGENDA* *Actions may be take n on any item listed on the agenda 11:00 a.m. Thursday, August 27, 2020 Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20, (March 18, 2020), the Toll Policy and Operations Committee meeting will only be conducted via video conferencing and by telephone. 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Notification of at least 48 hours prior to the meeting time will assist staff in assuring reasonable arrangements can be made to provide assistance at the meeting. 1.CALL TO ORDER 2.ROLL CALL Toll Policy and Operations Committee August 27, 20 20 Page 2 3.PUBLIC COMMENTS – Under the Brown Act, the Board should not take action on or discuss matters raised during public comment portion of the agenda which are not listed on the agenda. Board members may refer such matters to staff for factual information or to be placed on the subsequent agenda for consideration. Each individual speaker is limited to speak three (3) continuous minutes or less. 4.ADDITIONS/REVISIONS (The Committee may add an item to the Agenda after making a finding that there is a need to take immediate action on the item and that the item came to the attention of the Committee subsequent to the posting of the agenda. An action adding an item to the agenda requires 2/3 vote of the Committee. If there are less than 2/3 of the Committee members present, adding an item to the agenda requires a unanimous vote. Added items will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda.) 5.CONSENT CALENDAR - All matters on the Consent Calendar will be approved in a single motion unless a Commissioner(s) requests separate action on specific item(s). Items pulled from the Consent Calendar will be placed for discussion at the end of the agenda. 5A APPROVAL OF MINUTES – MAY 28, 2020 Page 1 5B. 91 EXPRESS LANES MONTHLY STATUS REPORTS Page 5 Overview This item is for the Committee to receive and file the 91 Express Lanes Monthly Reports for three months from April to June 2020. 6.TOLL OPERATIONS YEAR IN REVIEW AND COVID-19 IMPACTS UPDATE Page 69 Overview This item is for the Committee to receive and file a presentation providing a review of results from the latest fiscal year of toll operations and an update to the impacts that the COVID- 19 pandemic has had on toll operations. Toll Policy and Operations Committee August 27, 20 20 Page 3 7. DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL AGREEMENT FOR EXPRESS LANES TOLL ENFORCEMENT Page 70 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Approve Agreement No. 21-31-005-00 with the Department of California Highway Patrol (CHP ) for toll enforcement on the e xpress lanes for a five -year term in the amount of $3,611,479; 2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. 8. RCTC 91 EXPRESS LANES CHANGEABLE MESSAGE SIGNS MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT Page 84 Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Award Agreement No. 21-31-004-00 to Daktronics, Inc. (Daktronics) for the maintenance and repair of the changeable message signs (CMS) for the 91 Express Lanes for a five -year term, in the amount of $148,775, plus a contingency amount of $14,878, for a total amount not to exceed $163,653; 2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to finalize and execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission; 3) Authorize the Executive Director or designee to approve the use of the contingency amount as may be required for the agreement; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. 9. RIVERSIDE EXPRESS AAA REWARDS AND DISCOUNTS PROGRAM Page 93 Overview This item is for the Committee to receive and file a presentation on the Riverside Express AAA Rewards and Discounts program. 10. ELECTION OF OFFICERS Page 95 Overview This item is for the Toll Policy and Operations Committee to conduct an election of officers for 2021 – Chair and Vice Chair. Toll Policy and Operations Committee August 27, 20 20 Page 4 11. ITEM(S) PULLED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR AGENDA 12. COMMISSIONERS / STAFF REPORT Overview This item provides the opportunity for the Commissioners and staff to report on attended and upcoming meeting/conferences and issues related to Commission activities. 13. ADJOURNMENT The next Toll Policy and Operations Committee meeting is scheduled to be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, February 25, 2021, March Field , Third Floor, County Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside. AGENDA ITEM 5A MINUTES RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TOLL POLICY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE Thursday, May 28, 2020 M INUTES 1)C ALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Toll Policy and Operations Committee was called to order by Chair Brian Berkson at 11:01 a.m., via Zoom Meeting ID 815 6228 4262, Pursuant to Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-29-20. 2.ROLL CALL Members/Alternates Present Members Absent Ben J. Benoit Brian Berkson Dana Reed Larry Smith Michael M. Vargas Lloyd White * *Arrived after meeting was called to order 3.PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no requests to speak from the public. 4.ADDITIONS/REVISIONS There were no additions or revisions. 5.CONSENT CALENDAR M/S/C (Benoit/Reed) to approve the Consent Calendar. 5A. APPROVAL OF MINUTES – FEBRUARY 27, 2020 1 RCTC Toll Policy and Operations Committee Minutes May 28 , 2020 Page 2 5B. 91 EXPRESS LANES MONTHLY STATUS REPORTS Overview This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and file the 91 Express Lanes Monthly Reports for three months from January to March 2020; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 6. COVID-19 IMPACTS TO THE 91 EXPRESS LANES Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director, provided a presentation on COVID-19 Impacts to the 91 Express Lanes which highlighted impacts to the Anaheim Administrative Office, impacts to the Corona Customer Service Center, the temporary discontinuation of certain fees, declines in traffic, reduced toll rates, and planning for the rebound. At this time, Commissioner White joined the meeting. Commissioner Reed asked when the rates would be returned to pre-COVID levels. Mr. Blomquist stated the rates are currently evaluated every three weeks to determine any further rate changes. Chair Berkson asked about a Cofiroute employee who had been diagnosed with COVID-19, and Mr. Blomquist confirmed it had been longer than 14 days since the diagnosis and there had been no additional cases. Chair Berkson asked about cleaning protocols and Mr. Blomquist stated the frequency of cleanings has been doubled. M/S/C to: 1) Receive and file a presentation that provides a summary of COVID-19 impacts to the Commission’s 91 Express Lanes; and 2) Forward to the Commission for final action. 7. 15 EXPRESS LANES TOLL PROJECT STATUS Reinland Jones, Toll Technology Manager, provided an overview of the 15 Express Lanes Toll Project Status which included three elements to delivery: In-Lane Toll System, Regional Operations Center (ROC) and the Back-Office System. Chair Berkson asked about the staffing levels at the ROC and how social-distancing was being 2 RCTC Toll Policy and Operations Committee Minutes May 28 , 2020 Page 3 addressed. Mr. Blomquist stated actual staffing levels and hiring will not occur for months so depending upon the timing of COVID-19 this will have to be addressed closer to the center opening. Anne Mayer, Executive Director, stated it is possible if adjustments are needed to increase space and if so, staff will return to the Commission for a budget adjustment. Chair Berkson stated it is a good conversation to have prior to the installation of any furniture so as not to have to re-do anything and spend additional funds. M/S/C to receive and file the 15 Express Lanes Toll Project status presentation. 8. 15 EXPRESS LANES TOLL SCHEDULE ADOPTION Jennifer Crosson, Toll Operations Manager, presented an overview of the 15 Express Lanes Toll Schedule. She stated the Commission adopted the 15 Express Lanes Toll Policies in June 2016 and amended the Resolution in 2019. The toll policy adopted dynamic pricing as the method of pricing for the 15 Express Lanes, which establishes toll rates in real time based on actual travel conditions. Staff is seeking approval of a toll schedule , which provides the principles and parameters for dynamic pricing, the minimum toll rate schedule, the method for displaying the toll rates, and the handling of abnormal traffic conditions and the suspension of tolling. The elements together comprise the elements of a toll schedule according the streets and highways and government code. Chair Berkson noted the max toll rates seem high which he understands are part of an algorithm but hopes staff looks into this prior to the June 10 Commission meeting. Ms. Mayer noted pre-COVID rates on the 91 were nearing those same max numbers which is for an eight-mile segment and the 15 segment is significantly longer. Chair Berkson asked if there was a grand opening date and Mr. Blomquist stated December 14th is the current scheduled opening date. M/S/C (Reed/Benoit) to: 1) Approve Resolution No. 20-008, “Resolution of the Riverside County Transportation Commission Adopting the 15 Express Lanes Toll Schedule” and 2) Forward to the Commission to conduct a public hearing at its June 10, 2020 meeting and take final action. 9. ITEM(S) PULLED FROM CONSENT CALENDAR AGENDA There were no items pulled from the Consent Calendar. 3 RCTC Toll Policy and Operations Committee Minutes May 28 , 2020 Page 4 10. COMMISSIONERS / STAFF REPORT Commissioner Reed asked how the transition was going from the transponders to the 6C sticker transponders. Mr. Blomquist stated the transition started in February and was well on its way until COVID-19 hit. Staff evaluated essential services and a hold was placed on the 6C transponder proactive rollout. Ms. Crosson stated any new customers or existing customers doing maintenance on their accounts are provided 6C transponders. She noted about 22 percent of customers are now utilizing the 6C transponders. 11. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Toll Policy and Operations Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 11:53 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Lisa Mobley Clerk of the Board 4 AGENDA ITEM 5B Agenda Item 5B RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORATION COMMISSION DATE: August 27, 2020 TO: Toll Policy and Operations Committee FROM: Anthony Parada, Senior Management Analyst Jennifer Crosson, Toll Operations Manager THROUGH: Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director SUBJECT: 91 Express Lanes Monthly Status Reports STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to receive and file the 91 Express Lanes Monthly Reports for three months from April to June 2020. BACKGROUND INFORMATION : The monthly 91 Express Lanes reports for the final quarter of 2020, April through June 2020 are attached. The monthly reports provide information about 91 Express Lanes performance and activity. The monthly reports include information for both segments of the 91 Express Lanes in Orange and Riverside Counties. Attachments: 1) 91 Express Lanes Status Report for April 2020 2) 91 Express Lanes Status Report for May 2020 3) 91 Express Lanes Status Report for June 2020 5 Orange County Transportation Authority Riverside County Transportation Commission Status Report April 2020 As of April 30, 2020 ATTACHMENT 1 6 2 Table of Contents Operations Overview OCTA..................................................................................................... 3 Traffic and Revenue Statistics for OCTA .................................................................................. 3 OCTA Traffic and Revenue Summary ...................................................................................... 5 OCTA Eastbound Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................... 6 OCTA Westbound Peak-Hour Volumes.................................................................................... 7 OCTA Operational Highlights ................................................................................................... 8 Financial Highlights OCTA ....................................................................................................... 9 Operations Overview RCTC................................................................................................... 10 Traff ic and Revenue Statistics for RCTC ................................................................................ 10 RCTC Traffic and Revenue Summary .................................................................................... 12 RCTC Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................................... 13 RCTC Eastbound Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................. 13 RCTC Westbound Peak-Hour Volumes.................................................................................. 14 RCTC Operational Highlights ................................................................................................. 17 Financial Highlights RCTC ..................................................................................................... 18 Joint Agency Trip and Revenue Statistics .............................................................................. 19 Joint Agency Traffic Statistics ................................................................................................ 19 Joint Agency Performance Measures ..................................................................................... 20 Joint Agency Transponder Distribution ................................................................................... 20 Incoming Email Activity .......................................................................................................... 21 7 3 OPERATIONS OVERVIEW OCTA TRAFFIC AND REVENUE STATISTICS FOR OCTA Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for April 2020 was 433,252. This represents a daily average of 14,442 vehicles. This is a 71.7% dec rease in total traffic volume from the same period last year, which totaled 1,529,138. Potential toll revenue for April was $1,539,527, which represents a decrease of 65.7% from the prior year’s total of $4,487,650. Carpool percentage for April was 21.45% as compared to the previous year’s rate of 26.59%. The decreases were attributed to the novel coronavirus pandemic and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s orders for residents to self -quarantine and refrain f rom non-essential travel. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data is summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the OCTA 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of April 2020. Current Month-to-Date (MTD) as of April 30, 2020 Trips Apr-20 MTD Actual Stantec MTD Projected # Variance % Variance Apr-19 MTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 340,333 1,152,036 (811,703) (70.5%)1,122,505 (69.7%) 3+ Lanes 92,919 353,222 (260,303) (73.7%)406,633 (77.1%) Total Gross Trips 433,252 1,505,258 (1,072,006) (71.2%)1,529,138 (71.7%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $1,513,358 $4,831,401 ($3,318,043) (68.7%)$4,406,472 (65.7%) 3+ Lanes $26,168 $88,117 ($61,949) (70.3%)$81,179 (67.8%) Total Gross Revenue $1,539,527 $4,919,518 ($3,379,992) (68.7%)$4,487,650 (65.7%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $4.45 $4.19 $0.26 6.2% $3.93 13.2% Average 3+ Lanes $0.28 $0.25 $0.03 12.0% $0.20 40.0% Average Gross Revenue $3.55 $3.27 $0.28 8.6% $2.93 21.2% 8 4 The 2020 fiscal year-to-date traffic volume decreased by 9.3% and potential toll revenue decreased by 6.2%, when compared with the same period last year. Year-to-date average revenue per-trip is $3.07. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the OCTA 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2019 through April 2020. FY 2019-20 Year to Date as of April 30, 2020 Trips FY 2019-20 YTD Actual Stantec YTD Projected # Variance % Variance FY 2018-19 YTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 9,833,114 10,994,496 (1,161,382) (10.6%)10,699,454 (8.1%) 3+ Lanes 3,344,427 3,306,909 37,518 1.1% 3,831,755 (12.7%) Total Gross Trips 13,177,541 14,301,405 (1,123,864) (7.9%)14,531,209 (9.3%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $39,831,128 $46,053,963 ($6,222,835) (13.5%)$42,370,608 (6.0%) 3+ Lanes $618,966 $839,823 ($220,857) (26.3%)$759,092 (18.5%) Total Gross Revenue $40,450,094 $46,893,786 ($6,443,693) (13.7%)$43,129,699 (6.2%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $4.05 $4.19 ($0.14) (3.3%)$3.96 2.3% Average 3+ Lanes $0.19 $0.25 ($0.06) (24.0%)$0.20 (5.0%) Average Gross Revenue $3.07 $3.28 ($0.21) (6.4%)$2.97 3.4% 9 5 O CTA Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. 1,102,555 1,134,132 1,095,487 1,167,703 1,066,864 1,059,346 1,089,159 1,077,494 700,041 340,333 443,307 411,599 382,094 359,588 368,156 380,890 357,182 343,333 205,359 92,919 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400,000 1,600,000 Jul-19 Aug-19 Sep-19 Oct-19 Nov-19 Dec-19 Jan-20 Feb-20 Mar-20 Apr-20 May-20 Jun-20Volume Month FY 2019-20 Traffic Volume Overview Full Toll Lanes 3+ Lanes 4,362,568 4,595,283 4,373,645 4,718,326 4,328,417 4,269,308 4,482,172 4,316,423 2,871,629 1,513,358 76,363 75,879 66,703 70,758 56,691 68,991 71,325 61,655 44,433 26,168 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $2,500,000 $3,000,000 $3,500,000 $4,000,000 $4,500,000 $5,000,000 Jul-19 Aug-19 Sep-19 Oct-19 Nov-19 Dec-19 Jan-20 Feb-20 Mar-20 Apr-20 May-20 Jun-20Revenue Month FY 2019-20 Revenue Summary Full Toll Lanes 3+ Lanes Series3 10 6 OCTA EASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES None of the peak traffic hour in the eastbound direction reached or exceeded 90% or more of defined capacity during the month of April 2020. As demonstrated on the next chart, westbound peak hour traffic volumes top out at 52% of defined capacity. 11 7 OCTA WESTBOUND PE AK-HOUR VOLUMES 12 8 OCTA OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS On-road Operations OCTA Customer Assistance Specialists (CAS) responded to 56 calls during the month of April. Of those calls, 34 were to assist disabled vehicles and 12 calls to remove debris . The CAS provided assistance to 10 accidents in the Express Lanes with 8 of those accidents originated from the SR91 general-purpose lanes. 91 Express Lanes Toll Entrance Gantries Infrastructure Project Update OCTA will be contracting with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to provide construction and construction management services for the 91 Express Lanes Toll Entrance Gantries Infrastructure Project. This project entails constructing new toll gantries infrastructures at the three entrances of the OCTA 91 Express Lanes. Construction of the gantries is scheduled to begin Fall 2020 and is expected to be completed in early 2021. Electronic Toll and Traffic Management System Project Update Kapsch TrafficCom USA, Inc., (Kapsch), the toll lanes system integrator for the 91 Express Lanes, completed the replacement of the Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM) system at the current toll gantries. This new lane system is reading both the new 6C transponder protocol as well as the legacy Title 21 protocol. The next phase of the project includes the replacement of the closed-circuit television cameras along the corridor. The new toll gantries infrastructure, as mentioned above, will house the new ETTM equipment. Once the gantries have been constructed, Kapsch will commence installation. 13 9 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS OCTA Capital Asset Activity During the ten months ending April 30, 2020, capital asset activities included $195,292 for the ETTM system project, $297,339 for the new back-office/account management system, $5,920 for computer equipment and $325,411 for transponder purchases. 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement YTD as of : 4/30/2020 Description Actual (1)Budget (1)Dollar $Percent (%) Operating revenues: Toll revenue 37,460,568.37$ 44,847,426.00$ (7,386,857.63)$ (16.5) Fee revenue 6,202,034.89 4,749,106.00 1,452,928.89 30.6 Total operating revenues 43,662,603.26 49,596,532.00 (5,933,928.74) (12.0) Operating expenses: Contracted services 5,460,915.49 6,289,200.00 828,284.51 13.2 Administrative fee 2,612,400.00 2,366,570.00 (245,830.00) (10.4) Other professional services 1,030,684.05 2,262,222.00 1,231,537.95 54.4 Credit card processing fees 992,059.50 1,143,720.00 151,660.50 13.3 Toll road account servicing 825,348.82 1,987,500.00 1,162,151.18 58.5 Other insurance expense 321,388.11 624,750.00 303,361.89 48.6 Toll road maintenance supply repairs 185,733.88 379,170.00 193,436.12 51.0 Patrol services 921,300.95 816,350.00 (104,950.95) (12.9) Building equipment repairs and maint 76,620.82 265,600.00 188,979.18 71.2 6C Transponders 250,518.75 187,500.00 (63,018.75) (33.6) Other services (7,677.50) 27,080.00 34,757.50 128.4 Utilities 41,105.22 61,230.00 20,124.78 32.9 Office expense 4,336.24 146,746.00 142,409.76 97.0 Bad debt expense 144,659.36 - (144,659.36) N/A Miscellaneous (2)49,776.34 123,300.00 73,523.66 59.6 Leases 339,666.81 383,180.00 43,513.19 11.4 Total operating expenses 13,248,836.84 17,064,118.00 3,815,281.16 22.4 Depreciation and amortization (3)2,937,205.88 - (2,937,205.88) N/A Operating income (loss)27,476,560.54 32,532,414.00 (5,055,853.46) (15.5) Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Reimbursement from Other Agencies 692,219.09 1,359,375.00 (667,155.91) (49.1) Interest income 5,098,926.85 3,163,410.00 1,935,516.85 61.2 Interest expense (3,839,187.23) (3,926,720.00) 87,532.77 2.2 Other 38,929.17 - 38,929.17 N/A Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)1,990,887.88 596,065.00 1,394,822.88 (234.0) Transfers in - - - N/A Transfers out (4)(14,631,626.79) (40,000.00) (14,591,626.79) (36,479.1) Net income (loss)14,835,821.63$ 33,088,479.00$ (18,252,657.37)$ (55.2) ¹Actual amounts are accounted for on the accrual basis of accounting in an enterprise fund. Budget amounts are accounted for on a modified accrual basis of accounting. ²Miscellaneous expenses include: Bond Insurance Costs, Bank Service Charge, Transponder Materials. ³Depreciation and amortization are not budgeted items. 4For M2 Project I and Project J expense reimbursements. YTD Variance 14 10 OPERATIONS OVERVIEW RCTC TRAFFIC AND REVENUE STATISTICS FOR RCTC Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for April 2020 was 366,178. This represents a daily average of 12,206 vehicles. This is a 72.8% decrease in total traffic volume from the same period last year, which totaled 1,345,641. Potential toll revenue for the month was $1,165,063, which represents a decrease of 78.3% from the prior year’s total of $5,365,382. Carpool percentage for April was 19.97% as compared to the previous year’s rate of 25.05%. The decreases were attributed to the COVID -19 pandemic and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s orders for residents to self -quarantine and refrain from non- essential travel. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the RCTC 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of April 2020. Current Month-to-Date (MTD) as of April 30, 2020 Trips APR-20 MTD Actual Stantec MTD Projected # Variance % Variance APR-19 MTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 293,046 1,032,200 (739,154) (71.6%)1,008,624 (70.9%) 3+ Lanes 73,132 340,400 (267,268) (78.5%)337,017 (78.3%) Total Gross Trips 366,178 1,372,600 (1,006,422) (73.3%)1,345,641 (72.8%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $1,151,484 $4,228,714 ($3,077,230) (72.8%)$5,321,358 (78.4%) 3+ Lanes $13,579 $0 $13,579 $44,024 (69.2%) Total Gross Revenue $1,165,063 $4,228,714 ($3,063,652) (72.4%)$5,365,382 (78.3%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $3.93 $4.10 ($0.17) (4.1%)$5.28 (25.6%) Average 3+ Lanes $0.19 $0.00 $0.19 $0.13 46.2% Average Gross Revenue $3.18 $3.08 $0.10 3.2% $3.99 (20.3%) 15 11 The 2020 fiscal year-to-date (YTD) traffic volume is 8.2% lower when compared with the same period last year. The 2020 fiscal year-to-date revenue is 4.9% higher than for the same period last year. Year-to-date average revenue per-trip is $4.28. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the RCTC 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2019 through April 2020. FY 2019-20 Year to Date as of April 30, 2020 Trips FY 2019-20 YTD Actual Stantec YTD Projected # Variance % Variance FY 2018-19 YTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 8,829,951 9,852,229 (1,022,278) (10.4%)9,528,512 (7.3%) 3+ Lanes 2,729,447 3,199,429 (469,982) (14.7%)3,059,212 (10.8%) Total Gross Trips 11,559,398 13,051,657 (1,492,259) (11.4%)12,587,724 (8.2%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $49,143,424 $39,181,571 $9,961,852 25.4%$46,762,915 5.1% 3+ Lanes $322,018 $0 $322,018 $373,563 (13.8%) Total Gross Revenue $49,465,441 $39,181,571 $10,283,870 26.2%$47,136,479 4.9% Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $5.57 $3.98 $1.59 39.9%$4.91 13.4% Average 3+ Lanes $0.12 $0.00 $0.12 $0.12 0.0% Average Gross Revenue $4.28 $3.00 $1.28 42.7%$3.74 14.4% 16 12 RCTC Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips broken down between Full Toll lanes and HOV3+ lanes for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll lanes and HOV3+ lanes for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. 960,601 1,040,805 984,484 1,034,686 959,129 945,151 973,936 960,256 633,701 293,046 354,489 361,276 315,806 313,543 315,057 309,435 291,433 281,637 174,826 73,132 0 175,000 350,000 525,000 700,000 875,000 1,050,000 1,225,000 1,400,000 1,575,000 Jul-19 Aug-19 Sep-19 Oct-19 Nov-19 Dec-19 Jan-20 Feb-20 Mar-20 Apr-20 May-20 Jun-20Volume Month FY 2019-20 Traffic Volume Overview Full Toll Lanes 3+ Lanes $5,213,968 $5,588,508 $5,326,713 $6,320,045 $5,301,867 $5,238,975 $5,789,888 $5,579,936 $3,632,038 $1,151,484 $43,333 $45,015 $34,653 $26,718 $28,411 $38,169 $37,514 $30,461 $24,165 $13,579 $850,000 $1,850,000 $2,850,000 $3,850,000 $4,850,000 $5,850,000 Jul-19 Aug-19 Sep-19 Oct-19 Nov-19 Dec-19 Jan-20 Feb-20 Mar-20 Apr-20 May-20 Jun-20Revenue Month FY 2019-20 Revenue Summary Full Toll Lanes 3+ Lanes 17 13 RCTC PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES RCTC evaluates traffic volumes for peak period hours and either increases or decreases tolls according to the toll rate policy . RCTC E ASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES 18 14 19 15 RCTC W ESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES 20 16 21 17 RCTC OP ERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS On-road Operations RCTC Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) responded to 47 calls during the month of April. Of those calls, 26 were to assist disabled vehicles, 8 calls to remove debris and 13 were in response to accidents in the Express Lanes. 22 18 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS RCTC RCTC 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement 4/30/2020 Description Budget Dollar $Percent (%) Operating revenues: Toll Revenue 45,682,218.76$ 51,600,666.67$ (5,918,447.91)$ (11.5) Fee Revenue 6,384,585.27 4,400,250.00 1,984,335.27 45.1 Total operating revenues 52,066,804.03 56,000,916.67 (3,934,112.64) (7.0) Operating expenses: Salaries and Benefits 626,236.86 1,127,833.33 501,596.47 44.5 Legal Services 193,581.93 291,666.67 98,084.74 33.6 Advisory Services 139,313.02 62,500.00 (76,813.02) (122.9) Audit and Accounting Fees 46,000.00 39,166.67 (6,833.33) (17.4) Service Fees 2,706.21 21,666.67 18,960.46 87.5 Other Professional Services 422,554.36 2,066,250.00 1,643,695.64 79.5 Lease Expense 189,599.43 213,750.00 24,150.57 11.3 Operations 2,262,485.53 3,023,750.00 761,264.47 25.2 Utilities 30,592.55 52,083.33 21,490.78 41.3 Supplies and Materials 123.62 4,166.67 4,043.05 97.0 Membership and Subscription Fees 26,455.00 20,833.33 (5,621.67) (27.0) Office Equipment & Furniture (Non-Capital)1,097.51 4,166.67 3,069.16 73.7 Maintenance/Repairs 122,699.05 291,500.00 168,800.95 57.9 Training Seminars and Conferences 1,125.00 3,750.00 2,625.00 70.0 Transportation Expenses 2,724.33 6,250.00 3,525.67 56.4 Lodging 2,455.52 5,833.33 3,377.81 57.9 Meals 1,088.56 833.33 (255.23) (30.6) Other Staff Expenses 524.65 833.33 308.68 37.0 Advertising 6,776.63 158,333.33 151,556.70 95.7 Program Management 87,928.76 - (87,928.76) N/A Program Operations 6,158,093.80 9,716,833.33 3,558,739.53 36.6 Litigation Settlement - 8,333.33 8,333.33 100.0 Furniture & Equipment 340,518.76 625,000.00 284,481.24 45.5 Improvements 16,032.27 13,416.67 (2,615.60) (19.5) Depreciation 8,087,958.02 2 - (8,087,958.02) N/A Bad Debt Expense 12.67 - (12.67) N/A Total operating expenses 18,768,684.04 17,758,750.00 (1,009,934.04) (5.7) Operating income (loss)33,298,119.99 38,242,166.67 (4,944,046.68) (12.9) Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Interest Revenue 3,149,948.78 1,115,833.33 2,034,115.45 (182.3) Other Miscellaneous Revenue (852.65) - (852.65) N/A Interest Expense (21,579,500.14) 3 (5,933,250.00) (15,646,250.14) 263.7 Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)(22,533,399.88) (4,817,416.67) (17,715,983.21) (367.7) Transfers In - - - N/A Transfers Out (1,873,675.16) (2,549,583.33) 675,908.17 (26.5) Net income (loss)8,891,044.95$ 30,875,166.67$ (21,984,121.72)$ (71.2) 1 Unaudited 2 Depreciation is not a budgeted expense 3 Amount includes accrued compounded interest for the 91 Project Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan and accreted interest on the 2013 Toll Revenue Bonds Series B (capital appreciation). $10.8 million of the $14.3 million interest cost will not be paid in the current year and therefore not included in the FY 2019/20 budget YTD as of : YTD Variance Actual 1 23 19 JOINT AGENCY TRIP AND REVENUE STATISTICS JOINT AGENCY TRAFFIC STATISTICS 65%59%71%74% - 75,000 150,000 225,000 300,000 375,000 450,000 OCTA RCTC OCTA RCTC Westbound Eastbound Joint Agency Traffic Statistics OCTA Transactions RCTC Transactions % of OCTA Transactions Using Both Segments % of RCTC Transactions Using Both Segments 24 20 JOINT AGENCY PERFORMANCE MEASURES JOINT AGENCY TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION 25 21 At the end of April 2020, the 91 Express Lanes had 149,070 active customer accounts and 302,666 transponders classified as Assigned. Number of Accounts by Fiscal Year As of April 30, 2020 Incoming Email Activity During April, the Anaheim Processing Center received 1,934 emails. Operational Activity Amid concerns about the spread of COVID -19 and following the governor’s guidance to help reduce its spread, the 91 Express Lanes Customer Walk -In Center was closed in March and will remain so until further notice. Operational activities in the Anaheim and Corona locations continued to function with a combination of remote workers and core staff located at the facilities. Core essential functions include aiding stranded motorists, providing incident management services and dispatching emergency vehicles through the traffic operations center. The call center remains open to respond to customer service and violation calls. 114,556 114,138 112,584 112,473 112,929 113,672 116,813 119,782 130,048 140,694 148,054 149,070 - 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 160,000 Fiscal Year 26 Orange County Transportation Authority Riverside County Transportation Commission Status Report May 2020 As of May 31, 2020 ATTACHMENT 2 27 2 Table of Contents Operations Overview OCTA..................................................................................................... 3 Traffic and Revenue Statistics for OCTA .................................................................................. 3 OCTA Traffic and Revenue Summary ...................................................................................... 5 OCTA Eastbound Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................... 6 OCTA Westbound Peak-Hour Volumes.................................................................................... 7 OCTA Operational Highlights ................................................................................................... 8 Financial Highlights OCTA ....................................................................................................... 9 Operations Overview RCTC................................................................................................... 10 Traff ic and Revenue Statistics for RCTC ................................................................................ 10 RCTC Traffic and Revenue Summary .................................................................................... 12 RCTC Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................................... 13 RCTC Eastbound Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................. 13 RCTC Westbound Peak-Hour Volumes.................................................................................. 14 RCTC Operational Highlights ................................................................................................. 17 Financial Highlights RCTC ..................................................................................................... 18 Joint Agency Trip and Revenue Statistics .............................................................................. 19 Joint Agency Traffic Statistics ................................................................................................ 19 Joint Agency Performance Measures ..................................................................................... 20 Joint Agency Transponder Distribution ................................................................................... 20 Incoming Email Activity .......................................................................................................... 21 28 3 OPERATIONS OVERVIEW OCTA TRAFFIC AND REVENUE STATISTICS FOR OCTA Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for May 2020 was 766,588. This represents a daily average of 24,729 vehicles. This is a 50.1% decrease in total traffic volume from the same period last year, which totaled 1,537,043. Potential toll revenue for May was $2,594,469, which represents a decrease of 43.3% from the prior year’s total of $4,572,297. Carpool percentage for May was 23.76% as compared to the previous year’s rate of 27.17%. The decreases were attributed to the novel coronavirus pandemic and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s orders for residents to self -quarantine and refrain from non-essential travel. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data is summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the OCTA 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of May 2020. Curren t Month-to-Date (MTD) as of May 31, 2020 Trips May-20 MTD Actual Stantec MTD Projected # Variance % Variance May-19 MTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 584,419 1,159,049 (574,630) (49.6%) 1,119,465 (47.8%) 3+ Lanes 182,169 351,937 (169,768) (48.2%) 417,578 (56.4%) Total Gross Trips 766,588 1,510,986 (744,398) (49.3%) 1,537,043 (50.1%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $2,550,977 $4,839,309 ($2,288,332) (47.3%) $4,485,490 (43.1%) 3+ Lanes $43,492 $88,262 ($44,770) (50.7%) $86,806 (49.9%) Total Gross Revenue $2,594,469 $4,927,571 ($2,333,102) (47.3%) $4,572,297 (43.3%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $4.36 $4.18 $0.18 4.3% $4.01 8.7% Average 3+ Lanes $0.24 $0.25 ($0.01) (4.0%) $0.21 14.3% Average Gross Revenue $3.38 $3.26 $0.12 3.7% $2.97 13.8% 29 4 The 2020 fiscal year-to-date traffic volume decreased by 13.2% and potential toll revenue decreased by 9.8%, when compared with the same period last year. Year -to-date average revenue per-trip is $3.09. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the OCTA 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2019 through May 2020. FY 2019-20 Year-to-Date (YTD) as of May 31, 2020 Trips FY 2019-20 YTD Actual Stantec YTD Projected # Variance % Variance FY 2018-19 YTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 10,417,533 12,153,545 (1,736,012) (14.3%) 11,818,919 (11.9%) 3+ Lanes 3,526,596 3,658,847 (132,251) (3.6%) 4,249,333 (17.0%) Total Gross Trips 13,944,129 15,812,392 (1,868,263) (11.8%) 16,068,252 (13.2%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $42,382,105 $50,893,272 ($8,511,168) (16.7%) $46,856,098 (9.5%) 3+ Lanes $662,458 $928,085 ($265,627) (28.6%) $845,898 (21.7%) Total Gross Revenue $43,044,563 $51,821,357 ($8,776,795) (16.9%) $47,701,996 (9.8%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $4.07 $4.19 ($0.12) (2.9%) $3.96 2.8% Average 3+ Lanes $0.19 $0.25 ($0.06) (24.0%) $0.20 (5.0%) Average Gross Revenue $3.09 $3.28 ($0.19) (5.8%) $2.97 4.0% 30 5 O CTA Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. 31 6 OCTA EASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES Peak traffic hour in the eastbound direction reached or exceeded 90% or more of defined capacity 2 times during the month of May 2020. As demonstrated on the next chart, westbound peak hour traffic volumes top out at 65% of defined capacity.  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $7.85 374 2,247 66% 1500 - 1600 $8.65 399 2,124 62% 1600 - 1700 $8.45 270 1,917 56% 1700 - 1800 $7.05 292 1,654 49% 1800 - 1900 $6.55 257 997 29% 1900 - 2000 $6.05 143 509 15%  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 238 1,575 46% $5.15 286 1,845 54% $5.15 271 1,898 56% $7.45 225 1,588 47% $7.85 392 2,542 75% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 304 2,138 63% $5.75 361 2,094 62% $7.75 366 2,173 64% $6.75 325 2,201 65% $8.65 436 2,172 64% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 213 1,964 58% $5.50 272 2,161 64% $7.50 244 2,013 59% $7.80 248 1,610 47% $8.45 303 2,262 67% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 242 1,529 45% $5.40 223 1,684 50% $6.40 245 1,633 48% $7.70 350 2,379 70% $7.05 350 1,925 57% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 150 649 19% $3.95 142 719 21% $3.95 176 805 24% $4.85 182 866 25% $6.55 282 1,202 35% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 90 339 10% $3.85 83 335 10% $3.85 105 370 11% $5.60 125 436 13% $6.05 179 605 18%  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 234 1,684 50% $5.15 284 2,092 62% $5.15 251 1,932 57% $7.45 310 2,025 60% $7.85 439 2,751 81% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 369 2,443 72% $5.75 358 2,235 66% $7.75 381 2,414 71% $6.75 429 2,872 84% $8.65 454 2,365 70% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 251 2,128 63% $5.50 277 2,159 64% $7.50 263 2,169 64% $7.80 302 2,138 63% $8.45 331 2,266 67% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 264 1,817 53% $5.40 246 1,763 52% $6.40 284 1,855 55% $7.70 294 1,939 57% $7.05 344 2,033 60% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 193 825 24% $3.95 170 885 26% $3.95 196 903 27% $4.85 253 1,145 34% $6.55 326 1,427 42% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 119 388 11% $3.85 119 375 11% $3.85 118 438 13% $5.60 145 533 16% $6.05 237 660 19%  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 276 1,804 53% $5.15 260 2,136 63% $5.15 323 2,310 68% $7.45 352 2,309 68% $7.85 510 3,001 88% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 314 2,276 67% $5.75 400 2,404 71% $7.75 431 2,591 76%$6.75 530 3,138 92% $8.65 553 2,579 76% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 270 2,058 61% $5.50 284 2,409 71% $7.50 304 2,568 76% $7.80 356 2,321 68% $8.45 429 2,404 71% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 261 1,770 52% $5.40 292 2,036 60% $6.40 328 2,127 63% $7.70 381 2,137 63% $7.05 431 2,198 65% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 176 757 22% $3.95 218 1,117 33% $3.95 270 1,261 37% $4.85 351 1,666 49% $6.55 412 1,669 49% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 103 392 12% $3.85 118 454 13% $3.85 148 550 16% $5.60 178 668 20% $6.05 274 952 28%  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 257 654 19% $5.15 316 2,270 67% $5.15 344 2,396 70% $7.45 387 2,354 69% $7.85 475 3,114 92% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 243 625 18% $5.75 422 2,359 69% $7.75 477 2,689 79% $6.75 477 3,035 89% $8.65 529 2,525 74% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 208 520 15% $5.50 319 2,615 77% $7.50 350 2,587 76% $7.80 338 2,288 67% $8.45 360 2,495 73% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 228 509 15% $5.40 333 2,418 71% $6.40 336 2,387 70% $7.70 405 2,640 78% $7.05 429 2,473 73% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 250 507 15% $3.95 276 1,412 42% $3.95 309 1,614 47% $4.85 344 1,642 48% $6.55 402 1,913 56% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 223 479 14% $3.85 178 598 18% $3.85 211 747 22% $5.60 224 773 23% $6.05 285 1,099 32% Thursday 05/28/20 Friday 05/29/20 Thursday 05/21/20 Friday 05/22/20 Monday 05/25/20 Tuesday 05/26/20 Wednesday 05/27/20 Thursday 05/14/20 Friday 05/15/20 Monday 05/18/20 Tuesday 05/19/20 Wednesday 05/20/20 Thursday 05/07/20 Friday 05/08/20 Monday 05/11/20 Tuesday 05/12/20 Wednesday 05/13/20 Thursday 04/30/20 Friday 05/01/20 Monday 05/04/20 Tuesday 05/05/20 Wednesday 05/06/20 Monday 04/27/20 Tuesday 04/28/20 Wednesday 04/29/20 32 7 OCTA WESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 246 692 20% 0500 - 0600 $4.70 364 1,500 44% 0600 - 0700 $4.95 170 1,172 34% 0700 - 0800 $5.50 100 707 21% 0800 - 0900 $4.95 71 543 16% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 83 502 15%  AM Time 0400 - 0500 $3.05 285 853 25% $3.05 283 891 26% $3.05 285 828 24% $3.05 311 869 26% $3.05 226 745 22% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 399 1,781 52% $4.95 433 1,840 54% $4.95 410 1,751 52% $4.95 441 1,821 54% $4.70 356 1,553 46% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 189 1,284 38% $5.15 183 1,264 37% $5.15 207 1,344 40% $5.15 205 1,261 37% $4.95 171 1,188 35% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 105 793 23% $5.65 129 981 29% $5.65 110 883 26% $5.65 117 819 24% $5.50 123 843 25% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 62 544 16% $5.15 67 596 18% $5.15 73 615 18% $5.15 79 629 19% $4.95 101 790 23% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 86 513 15% $4.10 80 538 16% $4.10 81 552 16% $4.10 77 549 16% $4.10 123 791 23%  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 295 947 28% $3.05 295 926 27% $3.05 309 935 28% $3.05 286 894 26% $3.05 247 794 23% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 391 1,769 52% $4.95 478 1,978 58% $4.95 426 1,830 54% $4.95 424 1,802 53% $4.70 362 1,677 49% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 183 1,270 37% $5.15 182 1,303 38% $5.15 190 1,366 40% $5.15 232 1,442 42% $4.95 207 1,360 40% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 124 892 26% $5.65 109 913 27% $5.65 136 1,192 35% $5.65 149 1,158 34% $5.50 115 897 26% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 87 714 21% $5.15 83 710 21% $5.15 90 687 20% $5.15 95 735 22% $4.95 98 695 20% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 97 631 19% $4.10 86 624 18% $4.10 81 631 19% $4.10 85 595 18% $4.10 109 623 18%  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 330 946 28% $3.05 328 947 28% $3.05 336 958 28% $3.05 331 982 29% $3.05 259 791 23% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 443 1,916 56% $4.95 501 2,205 65% $4.95 437 1,963 58% $4.95 438 1,975 58% $4.70 396 1,684 50% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 203 1,486 44% $5.15 184 1,495 44% $5.15 246 1,583 47% $5.15 270 1,504 44% $4.95 225 1,402 41% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 142 1,056 31% $5.65 155 1,195 35% $5.65 133 1,213 36% $5.65 148 1,198 35% $5.50 138 1,100 32% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 80 778 23% $5.15 86 756 22% $5.15 102 835 25% $5.15 96 742 22% $4.95 116 776 23% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 91 682 20% $4.10 91 646 19% $4.10 94 662 19% $4.10 125 775 23% $4.10 124 703 21%  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 30 61 2% $3.05 331 1,030 30% $3.05 330 1,070 31% $3.05 356 1,103 32% $3.05 289 886 26% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 34 99 3% $4.95 463 2,218 65% $4.95 469 2,144 63% $4.95 457 2,082 61% $4.70 420 1,882 55% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 27 85 3% $5.15 191 1,515 45% $5.15 234 1,660 49% $5.15 248 1,572 46% $4.95 224 1,459 43% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 35 119 4% $5.65 177 1,415 42% $5.65 195 1,440 42% $5.65 153 1,290 38% $5.50 159 1,075 32% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 79 231 7% $5.15 151 1,011 30% $5.15 144 1,005 30% $5.15 117 970 29% $4.95 145 844 25% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 169 475 14% $4.10 122 805 24% $4.10 143 810 24% $4.10 140 835 25% $4.10 146 867 26% Thursday 05/28/20 Friday 05/29/20 Thursday 05/21/20 Friday 05/22/20 Monday 05/25/20 Tuesday 05/26/20 Wednesday 05/27/20 Thursday 05/14/20 Friday 05/15/20 Monday 05/18/20 Tuesday 05/19/20 Wednesday 05/20/20 Thursday 05/07/20 Friday 05/08/20 Monday 05/11/20 Tuesday 05/12/20 Wednesday 05/13/20 Thursday 04/30/20 Friday 05/01/20 Monday 05/04/20 Tuesday 05/05/20 Wednesday 05/06/20 Monday 04/27/20 Tuesday 04/28/20 Wednesday 04/29/20 33 8 OCTA OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS On-road Operations OCTA Customer Assistance Specialists (CAS) responded to 71 calls during the month of May . Of those calls, 54 were to assist disabled vehicles and 14 calls to remove debris . The CAS provided assistance to 3 accidents in the Express Lanes with 2 of those accidents originating in the SR91 general-purpose lanes. 91 Express Lanes Toll Entrance Gantries Infrastructure Project Update OCTA will be contracting with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to provide construction and construction management services for the 91 Express Lanes Toll Entrance Gantries Infrastructure Project. This project entails constructing new toll gantries infrastructures at the three entrances of the OCTA 91 Express Lanes. Construction of the gantries is scheduled to begin Fall 2020 and is expected to be completed in early 2021. Electronic Toll and Traffic Management System Project Update Kapsch TrafficCom USA, Inc., (Kapsch), the toll lanes system integrator for the 91 Express Lanes, completed the replacement of the Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM) system at the current toll gantries. This new lane system is reading both the new 6C transponder protocol as well as the legacy Title 21 protocol. The next phase of the project includes the replacement of the closed-circuit television cameras along the corridor. The new toll gantries infrastructure, as mentioned above, will house the new ETTM equipment. Once the gantries have been constructed, Kapsch will commence installation. 34 9 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS OCTA Capital Asset Activity During the eleven months ending May 31 , 2020, capital asset activities included $195,292 for the ETTM system project, $297,339 for the new back-office/account management system, $5,920 for computer equipment and $325,411 for transponder purchases. 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement YTD as of : 5/31/2020 Description Actual (1)Budget (1)Dollar $Percent (%) Operating revenues: Toll revenue 39,964,825.90$ 49,754,255.00$ (9,789,429.10)$ (19.7) Fee revenue 6,323,437.34 4,989,545.00 1,333,892.34 26.7 Total operating revenues 46,288,263.24 54,743,800.00 (8,455,536.76) (15.4) Operating expenses: Contracted services 6,034,513.68 6,905,620.00 871,106.32 12.6 Administrative fee 2,973,640.00 2,603,227.00 (370,413.00) (14.2) Other professional services 1,191,288.73 2,443,508.00 1,252,219.27 51.2 Credit card processing fees 1,030,819.36 1,254,420.00 223,600.64 17.8 Toll road account servicing 846,781.10 2,206,250.00 1,359,468.90 61.6 Other insurance expense 357,717.17 687,225.00 329,507.83 47.9 Toll road maintenance supply repairs 186,454.30 402,087.00 215,632.70 53.6 Patrol services 960,308.51 897,985.00 (62,323.51) (6.9) Building equipment repairs and maint 81,791.35 295,222.00 213,430.65 72.3 6C Transponders 250,518.75 187,500.00 (63,018.75) (33.6) Other services (6,590.13) 27,913.00 34,503.13 123.6 Utilities 45,323.38 67,353.00 22,029.62 32.7 Office expense 4,408.18 152,577.00 148,168.82 97.1 Bad debt expense 158,280.48 - (158,280.48) N/A Miscellaneous (2)51,165.61 134,225.00 83,059.39 61.9 Leases 373,323.20 421,498.00 48,174.80 11.4 Total operating expenses 14,539,743.67 18,686,610.00 4,146,866.33 22.2 Depreciation and amortization (3)3,227,945.35 - (3,227,945.35) N/A Operating income (loss)28,520,574.22 36,057,190.00 (7,536,615.78) (20.9) Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Reimbursement from Other Agencies 707,043.69 1,359,375.00 (652,331.31) (48.0) Interest income 5,539,240.33 3,479,751.00 2,059,489.33 59.2 Interest expense (4,219,287.20) (4,319,392.00) 100,104.80 2.3 Other 38,929.17 - 38,929.17 N/A Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)2,065,925.99 519,734.00 1,546,191.99 (297.5) Transfers in - - - N/A Transfers out (4)(14,861,180.69) (645,000.00) (14,216,180.69) (2,204.1) Net income (loss)15,725,319.52$ 35,931,924.00$ (20,206,604.48)$ (56.2) ¹Actual amounts are accounted for on the accrual basis of accounting in an enterprise fund. Budget amounts are accounted for on a modified accrual basis of accounting. ²Miscellaneous expenses include: Bond Insurance Costs, Bank Service Charge, Transponder Materials. ³Depreciation and amortization are not budgeted items. 4For M2 Project I and Project J expense reimbursements. YTD Variance 35 10 OPERATIONS OVERVIEW RCTC TRAFFIC AND REVENUE STATISTICS FOR RCTC Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for May 2020 was 657,795. This represents a daily average of 21,219 vehicles. This is a 51.5% decrease in total traffic volume from the same period last year, which totaled 1,356,283. Potential toll revenue for May was $1,884,440, which represents a decrease of 64.8% from the prior year’s total of $5,360,495. Carpool percentage for May was 22.07% as compared to the previous year’s rate of 25.63%. The decreases were attributed to the novel coronavirus pandemic and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s orders for residents to self -quarantine and refrain from non-essential travel. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data is summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the RCTC 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of May 2020. Current Month-to-Date (MTD) as of May 31, 2020 Trips MAY-20 MTD Actual Stantec MTD Projected # Variance % Variance MAY-19 MTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 512,594 1,048,114 (535,520) (51.1%)1,008,723 (49.2%) 3+ Lanes 145,201 346,014 (200,813) (58.0%)347,560 (58.2%) Total Gross Trips 657,795 1,394,129 (736,334) (52.8%)1,356,283 (51.5%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $1,860,290 $4,294,300 ($2,434,010) (56.7%)$5,313,798 (65.0%) 3+ Lanes $24,150 $0 $24,150 $46,697 (48.3%) Total Gross Revenue $1,884,440 $4,294,300 ($2,409,860) (56.1%)$5,360,495 (64.8%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $3.63 $4.10 ($0.47) (11.5%)$5.27 (31.1%) Average 3+ Lanes $0.17 $0.00 $0.17 $0.13 30.8% Average Gross Revenue $2.86 $3.08 ($0.22) (7.1%)$3.95 (27.6%) 36 11 The 2020 fiscal year-to-date traffic volume decreased by 12.4% and potential toll revenue decreased by 2.2%, when compared with the same period last year. Year -to-date average revenue per-trip is $4.20. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the RCTC 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2019 through May 2020. FY 2019-20 Year-to-Date (YTD) as of May 31, 2020 Trips FY 2019-20 YTD Actual Stantec YTD Projected # Variance % Variance FY 2018-19 YTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 9,342,545 10,900,343 (1,557,798) (14.3%)10,537,235 (11.3%) 3+ Lanes 2,874,648 3,545,443 (670,795) (18.9%)3,406,772 (15.6%) Total Gross Trips 12,217,193 14,445,786 (2,228,593) (15.4%)13,944,007 (12.4%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $51,003,714 $43,475,871 $7,527,843 17.3%$52,076,714 (2.1%) 3+ Lanes $346,167 $0 $346,167 $420,260 (17.6%) Total Gross Revenue $51,349,881 $43,475,871 $7,874,010 18.1%$52,496,974 (2.2%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $5.46 $3.99 $1.47 36.8%$4.94 10.5% Average 3+ Lanes $0.12 $0.00 $0.12 $0.12 0.0% Average Gross Revenue $4.20 $3.01 $1.19 39.5%$3.76 11.7% 37 12 RCTC Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips broken down between Full Toll lanes and HOV3+ lanes for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll lanes and HOV3+ lanes for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. 38 13 RCTC PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES In March peak -period toll rates were reduced in response to the drop in traffic due to the COVID 19 pandemic and associated reduction in traffic. Traffic volumes are being reviewed regularly and a plan is in place to reinstate toll rates as traffic increases. RCTC E ASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES 39 14 Eastbound PM Peak - County Line to I-15 South  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $2.95 104 533 637 B 1500 - 1600 $2.95 74 533 607 B 1600 - 1700 $2.95 60 469 529 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 72 381 453 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 62 198 260 A 1900 - 2000 $2.95 45 113 158 A  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $2.95 62 430 492 B $2.95 78 470 548 B $2.95 64 500 564 B $2.95 53 396 449 B $2.95 97 600 697 B 1500 - 1600 $2.95 80 551 631 B $2.95 92 565 657 B $2.95 82 576 658 B $2.95 72 560 632 B $2.95 100 586 686 B 1600 - 1700 $2.95 64 506 570 B $2.95 62 550 612 B $2.95 53 529 582 B $2.95 76 467 543 B $2.95 80 558 638 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 42 372 414 B $2.95 40 417 457 B $2.95 62 396 458 B $2.95 94 588 682 B $2.95 90 467 557 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 37 157 194 A $2.95 32 177 209 A $2.95 37 192 229 A $2.95 40 208 248 A $2.95 66 297 363 A 1900 - 2000 $2.95 15 99 114 A $2.95 17 65 82 A $2.95 26 86 112 A $2.95 32 120 152 A $2.95 48 135 183 A  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $2.95 45 430 475 B $2.95 76 576 652 B $2.95 54 592 646 B $2.95 81 569 650 B $2.95 89 679 768 B 1500 - 1600 $2.95 92 625 717 B $2.95 89 581 670 B $2.95 90 658 748 B $2.95 108 767 875 C $2.95 71 338 409 B 1600 - 1700 $2.95 66 530 596 B $2.95 64 545 609 B $2.95 67 550 617 B $2.95 69 595 664 B $2.95 85 607 692 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 54 440 494 B $2.95 71 462 533 B $2.95 64 484 548 B $2.95 71 492 563 B $2.95 71 536 607 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 47 187 234 A $2.95 38 220 258 A $2.95 44 226 270 A $2.95 47 282 329 A $2.95 75 349 424 B 1900 - 2000 $2.95 24 82 106 A $2.95 25 95 120 A $2.95 28 115 143 A $2.95 30 106 136 A $2.95 56 116 172 A  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $2.95 72 526 598 B $2.95 74 611 685 B $2.95 90 604 694 B $2.95 86 670 756 B $2.95 125 764 889 C 1500 - 1600 $2.95 79 649 728 B $2.95 98 638 736 B $2.95 112 661 773 B $2.95 115 795 910 C $2.95 138 645 783 B 1600 - 1700 $2.95 70 547 617 B $2.95 77 626 703 B $2.95 78 677 755 B $2.95 84 592 676 B $2.95 52 299 351 A 1700 - 1800 $2.95 52 457 509 B $2.95 63 515 578 B $2.95 72 569 641 B $2.95 78 565 643 B $2.95 97 460 557 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 38 193 231 A $2.95 58 270 328 A $2.95 76 338 414 B $2.95 84 411 495 B $2.95 125 458 583 B 1900 - 2000 $2.95 28 107 135 A $2.95 31 123 154 A $2.95 43 142 185 A $2.95 38 161 199 A $2.95 51 254 305 A  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $2.95 66 139 205 A $2.95 84 678 762 B $2.95 91 673 764 B $2.95 99 615 714 B $2.95 124 812 936 C 1500 - 1600 $2.95 64 124 188 A $2.95 112 649 761 B $2.95 101 742 843 C $2.95 108 762 870 C $2.95 130 658 788 B 1600 - 1700 $2.95 37 115 152 A $2.95 89 746 835 C $2.95 86 709 795 B $2.95 90 596 686 B $2.95 114 634 748 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 68 95 163 A $2.95 88 615 703 B $2.95 89 569 658 B $2.95 107 680 787 B $2.95 129 616 745 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 59 74 133 A $2.95 69 356 425 B $2.95 66 405 471 B $2.95 86 425 511 B $2.95 88 483 571 B 1900 - 2000 $2.95 58 81 139 A $2.95 41 141 182 A $2.95 48 164 212 A $2.95 53 181 234 A $2.95 83 255 338 A Thursday 05/28/20 Friday 05/29/20Monday05/25/20 Tuesday 05/26/20 Wednesday 05/27/20 Wednesday 05/20/20 Thursday 05/21/20 Friday 05/22/20Monday05/18/20 Tuesday 05/19/20 Thursday 05/14/20 Friday 05/15/20Monday05/11/20 Tuesday 05/12/20 Wednesday 05/13/20 Wednesday 05/06/20 Thursday 05/07/20 Friday 05/08/20Monday05/04/20 Tuesday 05/05/20 Monday 04/27/20 Tuesday 04/28/20 Wednesday 04/29/20 Thursday 04/30/20 Friday 05/01/20 40 15 RCTC W ESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES Westbound AM Peak - McKinley to County Line  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $4.20 101 212 313 A 0500 - 0600 $4.20 175 660 835 C 0600 - 0700 $4.20 119 544 663 B 0700 - 0800 $4.20 59 343 402 B 0800 - 0900 $4.20 43 252 295 A 0900 - 1000 $4.20 51 209 260 A  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 113 276 389 A $6.95 109 251 360 A $6.95 132 283 415 B $6.95 121 254 375 A $4.20 86 237 323 A 0500 - 0600 $6.95 191 807 998 C $6.95 226 885 1,111 D $6.95 201 744 945 C $6.95 231 785 1,016 D $4.20 170 668 838 C 0600 - 0700 $6.95 124 534 658 B $6.95 84 482 566 B $6.95 111 600 711 B $6.95 120 560 680 B $4.20 119 585 704 B 0700 - 0800 $6.95 62 380 442 B $6.95 74 395 469 B $6.95 64 392 456 B $6.95 61 384 445 B $4.20 111 922 1,033 D 0800 - 0900 $6.95 40 297 337 A $6.95 33 302 335 A $6.95 30 273 303 A $6.95 41 264 305 A $4.20 70 743 813 C 0900 - 1000 $6.95 51 205 256 A $6.95 44 205 249 A $6.95 49 203 252 A $6.95 48 242 290 A $4.20 102 804 906 C  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 123 294 417 B $6.95 114 309 423 B $6.95 120 284 404 B $6.95 142 273 415 B $4.20 107 244 351 A 0500 - 0600 $6.95 209 833 1,042 D $6.95 248 945 1,193 D $6.95 216 785 1,001 D $6.95 226 796 1,022 D $4.20 191 761 952 C 0600 - 0700 $6.95 115 568 683 B $6.95 97 555 652 B $6.95 132 653 785 B $6.95 138 627 765 B $4.20 136 667 803 C 0700 - 0800 $6.95 79 383 462 B $6.95 61 415 476 B $6.95 68 479 547 B $6.95 84 432 516 B $4.20 64 435 499 B 0800 - 0900 $6.95 49 316 365 A $6.95 45 310 355 A $6.95 51 310 361 A $6.95 62 297 359 A $4.20 54 289 343 A 0900 - 1000 $6.95 51 271 322 A $6.95 47 234 281 A $6.95 41 241 282 A $6.95 35 224 259 A $4.20 63 262 325 A  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 153 277 430 B $6.95 122 290 412 B $6.95 150 295 445 B $6.95 159 302 461 B $4.20 108 269 377 A 0500 - 0600 $6.95 236 935 1,171 D $6.95 281 1,108 1,389 F $6.95 230 965 1,195 D $6.95 262 928 1,190 D $4.20 209 776 985 C 0600 - 0700 $6.95 128 649 777 B $6.95 94 593 687 B $6.95 148 788 936 C $6.95 157 656 813 C $4.20 155 643 798 B 0700 - 0800 $6.95 77 506 583 B $6.95 76 464 540 B $6.95 76 562 638 B $6.95 83 499 582 B $4.20 78 481 559 B 0800 - 0900 $6.95 41 363 404 B $6.95 49 345 394 A $6.95 37 374 411 B $6.95 59 292 351 A $4.20 76 328 404 B 0900 - 1000 $6.95 48 302 350 A $6.95 50 246 296 A $6.95 62 275 337 A $6.95 71 328 399 A $4.20 72 264 336 A  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 9 18 27 A $6.95 138 326 464 B $6.95 141 321 462 B $6.95 153 343 496 B $4.20 129 299 428 B 0500 - 0600 $6.95 13 36 49 A $6.95 268 1,115 1,383 F $6.95 252 970 1,222 E $6.95 232 1,019 1,251 E $4.20 209 864 1,073 D 0600 - 0700 $6.95 11 23 34 A $6.95 89 656 745 B $6.95 167 811 978 C $6.95 140 751 891 C $4.20 144 763 907 C 0700 - 0800 $6.95 25 54 79 A $6.95 105 541 646 B $6.95 114 632 746 B $6.95 90 582 672 B $4.20 95 475 570 B 0800 - 0900 $6.95 52 112 164 A $6.95 92 466 558 B $6.95 73 429 502 B $6.95 75 437 512 B $4.20 71 350 421 B 0900 - 1000 $6.95 103 159 262 A $6.95 75 351 426 B $6.95 87 336 423 B $6.95 75 320 395 A $4.20 79 337 416 B Wednesday 05/27/20 Friday 05/22/20 Thursday 05/28/20 Friday 05/29/20 05/11/20 Tuesday 05/12/20 Monday 05/25/20 Tuesday 05/26/20 Thursday 05/21/20 04/27/20 Tuesday 04/28/20 Thursday Monday 05/18/20 Tuesday 05/19/20 Wednesday 05/20/20 Wednesday 05/13/20 Thursday 05/14/20 Friday 05/15/20Monday 05/07/20 Friday 05/08/20Monday05/04/20 Tuesday 05/05/20 Wednesday 05/06/20 Wednesday 04/29/20 Thursday 04/30/20 Friday 05/01/20Monday 41 16 Westbound AM Peak - I-15 North to County Line  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $2.95 70 194 264 A 0500 - 0600 $2.95 102 506 608 B 0600 - 0700 $2.95 67 481 548 B 0700 - 0800 $2.95 30 300 330 A 0800 - 0900 $2.95 26 224 250 A 0900 - 1000 $2.95 34 202 236 A  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 76 258 334 A $5.30 72 284 356 A $5.30 78 267 345 A $5.30 82 258 340 A $2.95 48 248 296 A 0500 - 0600 $5.30 93 613 706 B $5.30 111 625 736 B $5.30 112 600 712 B $5.30 107 614 721 B $2.95 96 559 655 B 0600 - 0700 $5.30 64 596 660 B $5.30 69 638 707 B $5.30 66 594 660 B $5.30 69 599 668 B $2.95 56 519 575 B 0700 - 0800 $5.30 34 372 406 B $5.30 43 357 400 A $5.30 35 375 410 B $5.30 36 367 403 B $2.95 42 462 504 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 16 237 253 A $5.30 22 267 289 A $5.30 24 291 315 A $5.30 25 263 288 A $2.95 42 466 508 B 0900 - 1000 $5.30 34 217 251 A $5.30 39 233 272 A $5.30 24 218 242 A $5.30 29 221 250 A $2.95 57 322 379 A  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 82 282 364 A $5.30 85 256 341 A $5.30 83 256 339 A $5.30 67 253 320 A $2.95 50 226 276 A 0500 - 0600 $5.30 104 637 741 B $5.30 115 651 766 B $5.30 109 665 774 B $5.30 122 633 755 B $2.95 78 544 622 B 0600 - 0700 $5.30 69 616 685 B $5.30 69 672 741 B $5.30 65 585 650 B $5.30 81 608 689 B $2.95 53 556 609 B 0700 - 0800 $5.30 37 400 437 B $5.30 31 427 458 B $5.30 47 427 474 B $5.30 39 439 478 B $2.95 33 411 444 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 36 310 346 A $5.30 29 342 371 A $5.30 30 292 322 A $5.30 31 320 351 A $2.95 27 293 320 A 0900 - 1000 $5.30 32 241 273 A $5.30 42 262 304 A $5.30 24 280 304 A $5.30 29 280 309 A $2.95 41 235 276 A  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 80 281 361 A $5.30 70 282 352 A $5.30 82 255 337 A $5.30 94 258 352 A $2.95 68 217 285 A 0500 - 0600 $5.30 113 648 761 B $5.30 115 697 812 C $5.30 116 697 813 C $5.30 126 697 823 C $2.95 113 581 694 B 0600 - 0700 $5.30 76 654 730 B $5.30 72 735 807 C $5.30 67 671 738 B $5.30 109 699 808 C $2.95 73 564 637 B 0700 - 0800 $5.30 48 438 486 B $5.30 48 473 521 B $5.30 46 484 530 B $5.30 39 441 480 B $2.95 42 391 433 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 21 341 362 A $5.30 28 319 347 A $5.30 37 347 384 A $5.30 27 341 368 A $2.95 35 280 315 A 0900 - 1000 $5.30 44 264 308 A $5.30 34 269 303 A $5.30 26 266 292 A $5.30 46 285 331 A $2.95 32 282 314 A  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 12 16 28 A $5.30 88 319 407 B $5.30 93 296 389 A $5.30 95 331 426 B $2.95 71 266 337 A 0500 - 0600 $5.30 14 38 52 A $5.30 119 763 882 C $5.30 140 764 904 C $5.30 133 732 865 C $2.95 112 663 775 B 0600 - 0700 $5.30 6 47 53 A $5.30 82 742 824 C $5.30 90 771 861 C $5.30 92 742 834 C $2.95 76 599 675 B 0700 - 0800 $5.30 8 39 47 A $5.30 50 510 560 B $5.30 61 560 621 B $5.30 52 561 613 B $2.95 36 514 550 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 17 57 74 A $5.30 39 388 427 B $5.30 61 428 489 B $5.30 33 413 446 B $2.95 47 314 361 A 0900 - 1000 $5.30 40 117 157 A $5.30 47 279 326 A $5.30 36 277 313 A $5.30 55 353 408 B $2.95 52 281 333 A Thursday 05/28/20 Friday 05/29/20Monday05/25/20 Tuesday 05/26/20 Wednesday 05/27/20 Wednesday 05/20/20 Thursday 05/21/20 Friday 05/22/20Monday05/18/20 Tuesday 05/19/20 Thursday 05/14/20 Friday 05/15/20Monday05/11/20 Tuesday 05/12/20 Wednesday 05/13/20 Wednesday 05/06/20 Thursday 05/07/20 Friday 05/08/20Monday05/04/20 Tuesday 05/05/20 Monday 04/27/20 Tuesday 04/28/20 Wednesday 04/29/20 Thursday 04/30/20 Friday 05/01/20 42 17 RCTC OP ERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS On-road Operations RCTC Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) responded to 75 calls during the month of May . Of those calls, 51 were to assist disabled vehicles, 15 calls to remove debris and 9 were in response to accidents in the Express Lanes. 43 18 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS RCTC RCTC 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement 5/31/2020 Description Budget Dollar $Percent (%) Operating revenues: Toll Revenue 47,372,917.76$ 56,760,733.33$ (9,387,815.57)$ (16.5) Fee Revenue 6,533,089.86 4,840,275.00 1,692,814.86 35.0 Total operating revenues 53,906,007.62 61,601,008.33 (7,695,000.71) (12.5) Operating expenses: Salaries and Benefits 674,781.77 1,240,616.67 565,834.90 45.6 Legal Services 207,772.57 320,833.33 113,060.76 35.2 Advisory Services 60,994.99 68,750.00 7,755.01 11.3 Audit and Accounting Fees 46,000.00 43,083.33 (2,916.67) (6.8) Service Fees 2,706.21 23,833.33 21,127.12 88.6 Other Professional Services 528,344.97 2,272,875.00 1,744,530.03 76.8 Lease Expense 204,424.03 235,125.00 30,700.97 13.1 Operations 2,302,783.47 3,326,125.00 1,023,341.53 30.8 Utilities 31,950.51 57,291.67 25,341.16 44.2 Supplies and Materials 123.62 4,583.33 4,459.71 97.3 Membership and Subscription Fees 26,455.00 22,916.67 (3,538.33) (15.4) Office Equipment & Furniture (Non-Capital)1,097.51 4,583.33 3,485.82 76.1 Maintenance/Repairs 138,970.41 320,650.00 181,679.59 56.7 Training Seminars and Conferences 1,125.00 4,125.00 3,000.00 72.7 Transportation Expenses 2,724.33 6,875.00 4,150.67 60.4 Lodging 2,455.52 6,416.67 3,961.15 61.7 Meals 1,088.56 916.67 (171.89) (18.8) Other Staff Expenses 524.65 916.67 392.02 42.8 Advertising 6,776.63 174,166.67 167,390.04 96.1 Program Management 103,511.91 - (103,511.91) N/A Program Operations 6,261,231.90 10,688,516.67 4,427,284.77 41.4 Litigation Settlement - 9,166.67 9,166.67 100.0 Furniture & Equipment 340,518.76 687,500.00 346,981.24 50.5 Improvements 16,032.27 14,758.33 (1,273.94) (8.6) Depreciation 8,087,958.02 2 - (8,087,958.02) N/A Bad Debt Expense 12.67 - (12.67) N/A Total operating expenses 19,050,365.28 19,534,625.00 484,259.72 2.5 Operating income (loss)34,855,642.34 42,066,383.33 (7,210,740.99) (17.1) Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Interest Revenue 3,374,087.45 1,227,416.67 2,146,670.78 (174.9) Other Miscellaneous Revenue (849.52) - (849.52) N/A Interest Expense (21,579,500.14) 3 (6,526,575.00) (15,052,925.14) 230.6 Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)(24,775,867.25) (5,299,158.33) (19,476,708.92) (367.5) Transfers In - - - N/A Transfers Out (1,873,675.16) (2,804,541.67) 930,866.51 (33.2) Net income (loss)8,206,099.93$ 33,962,683.33$ (25,756,583.40)$ (75.8) 1 Unaudited 2 Depreciation is not a budgeted expense 3 Amount includes accrued compounded interest for the 91 Project Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan and accreted interest on the 2013 Toll Revenue Bonds Series B (capital appreciation). $10.8 million of the $14.3 million interest cost will not be paid in the current year and therefore not included in the FY 2019/20 budget YTD as of : YTD Variance Actual 1 44 19 JOINT AGENCY TRIP AND REVENUE STATISTICS JOINT AGENCY TRAFFIC STATISTICS 45 20 JOINT AGENCY PERFORMANCE MEASURES JOINT AGENCY TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION Tags % of Total Tags % of Total Issued To New Accounts 432 98.2% 275 97.9% 1,059 54.4% Additional Tags to Existing Accounts 3 0.7%5 1.8% 523 26.8% Replacement Transponders 5 1.1%1 0.4% 366 18.8% Total Issued 440 281 1,949 Returned Account Closures 69 3.2% 98 2.7% 361 17.1% Accounts Downsizing 8 0.4% 11 0.3% 147 7.0% Defective Transponders 2,103 96.5% 3,545 97.0% 1,605 76.0% Total Returned 2,180 3,654 2,113 FY 2019-20T21 TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION May-20 April-20 Average To-Date 46 21 At the end of May 2020, the 91 Express Lanes had 149,261 active customer accounts and 311,540 transponders classified as Assigned. Number of Accounts by Fiscal Year As of May 31, 2020 Incoming Email Activity During May , the Anaheim Processing Center received 1,744 emails. Operational Activity Amid concerns about the spread of COVID -19 and following the governor’s guidance to help reduce its spread, the 91 Express Lanes Customer Walk -In Center was closed in March and will remain so until further notice. Operational activities in the Anaheim and Corona locations continued to function with a combination of remote workers and core staff located at the facilities. Core essential functions include aiding stranded motorists, providing incident management services and dispatching emergency vehicles through the traffic operations center. The call center remains open to respond to customer service and violation calls. 47 Orange County Transportation Authority Riverside County Transportation Commission Status Report June 2020 As of June 30, 2020 ATTACHMENT 3 48 2 Table of Contents Operations Overview OCTA..................................................................................................... 3 Traffic and Revenue Statistics for OCTA .................................................................................. 3 OCTA Traffic and Revenue Summary ...................................................................................... 5 OCTA Eastbound Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................... 6 OCTA WEstbound Peak-Hour Volumes ................................................................................... 7 OCTA Operational Highlights ................................................................................................... 8 Financial Highlights OCTA ....................................................................................................... 9 Operations Overview RCTC................................................................................................... 10 Traffic and Revenue Statistics for RCTC ................................................................................ 10 RCTC Traffic and Revenue Summary .................................................................................... 12 RCTC Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................................... 13 RCTC Eastbound Peak-Hour Volumes .................................................................................. 13 RCTC Westbound Peak-Hour Volumes.................................................................................. 15 RCTC Operational Highlights ................................................................................................. 17 Financial Highlights RCTC ..................................................................................................... 18 Joint Agency Trip and Revenue Statistics .............................................................................. 19 Joint Agency Traffic Statistics ................................................................................................ 19 Joint Agency Performance Measures ..................................................................................... 20 Joint Agency Transponder Distribution ................................................................................... 20 Incoming Email Activity .......................................................................................................... 21 Operational Activity................................................................................................................ 21 49 3 OPERATIONS OVERVIEW OCTA TRAFFIC AND REVENUE STATISTICS FOR OCTA Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for June 2020 was 1,046,473. This represents a daily average of 34,882 vehicles. This is a 29.2% decrease in total traffic volume from the same period last year, which totaled 1,478,052. Potential toll revenue for June was $3,465,059, which represents a decrease of 16.5% from the prior year’s total of $4,152,162. Carpool percentage for June was 23.31% as compared to the previous year’s rate of 28.91%. The decreases were attributed to the novel coronavirus pandemic and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s orders for residents to self -quarantine and refrain from non-essential travel. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data is summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the OCTA 91 Expr ess Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of June 2020. Current Month-to-Date (MTD) as of June 30, 2020 Trips Jun-20 MTD Actual Stantec MTD Projected # Variance % Variance Jun-19 MTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 802,501 1,118,135 (315,634) (28.2%)1,050,770 (23.6%) 3+ Lanes 243,972 374,888 (130,916) (34.9%)427,282 (42.9%) Total Gross Trips 1,046,473 1,493,023 (446,550) (29.9%)1,478,052 (29.2%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $3,408,166 $4,668,538 ($1,260,372) (27.0%)$4,074,814 (16.4%) 3+ Lanes $56,892 $85,147 ($28,255) (33.2%)$77,348 (26.4%) Total Gross Revenue $3,465,059 $4,753,685 ($1,288,627) (27.1%)$4,152,162 (16.5%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $4.25 $4.18 $0.07 1.7% $3.88 9.5% Average 3+ Lanes $0.23 $0.23 $0.00 0.0% $0.18 27.8% Average Gross Revenue $3.31 $3.18 $0.13 4.1% $2.81 17.8% 50 4 The 2020 fiscal year-to-date traffic volume decreased by 14.6% and potential toll revenue decreased by 10.3%, when compared with the same period last year. Year -to-date average revenue per-trip is $3.10. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the OCTA 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2019 through June 2020. FY 2019-20 Year-to-Date (YTD) as of June 30, 2020 Trips FY 2019-20 YTD Actual Stantec YTD Projected # Variance % Variance FY 2018-19 YTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 11,220,034 13,271,680 (2,051,646) (15.5%)12,869,689 (12.8%) 3+ Lanes 3,770,568 4,033,735 (263,167) (6.5%)4,676,615 (19.4%) Total Gross Trips 14,990,602 17,305,415 (2,314,813) (13.4%)17,546,304 (14.6%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $45,790,271 $55,561,811 ($9,771,540) (17.6%)$50,930,912 (10.1%) 3+ Lanes $719,350 $1,013,232 ($293,882) (29.0%)$923,246 (22.1%) Total Gross Revenue $46,509,621 $56,575,043 ($10,065,421) (17.8%)$51,854,158 (10.3%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $4.08 $4.19 ($0.11) (2.6%)$3.96 3.0% Average 3+ Lanes $0.19 $0.25 ($0.06) (24.0%)$0.20 (5.0%) Average Gross Revenue $3.10 $3.27 ($0.17) (5.2%)$2.96 4.7% 51 5 O CTA Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll trips and HOV3+ trips for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. 52 6 OCTA EASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES Peak traffic hour in the eastbound direction reached or exceeded 90% or more of defined capacity 8 times during the month of June 2020. As demonstrated on the next chart, westbound peak hour traffic volumes top out at 73% of defined capacity.  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 317 2,252 66% $5.15 341 2,621 77% $5.15 372 2,581 76% $7.45 419 2,504 74%$7.85 522 3,294 97% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 470 2,825 83% $5.75 483 2,740 81% $7.75 492 2,768 81%$6.75 524 3,238 95%$8.65 551 2,681 79% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 337 2,836 83% $5.50 339 2,693 79% $7.50 339 2,643 78% $7.80 353 2,498 73% $8.45 419 2,727 80% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 360 2,301 68% $5.40 348 2,524 74% $6.40 347 2,430 71% $7.70 414 2,581 76% $7.05 447 2,515 74% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 212 909 27% $3.95 322 1,472 43% $3.95 164 1,408 41% $4.85 391 1,856 55% $6.55 433 1,982 58% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 90 303 9% $3.85 127 448 13% $3.85 185 659 19% $5.60 273 847 25% $6.05 314 1,033 30%  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 358 2,270 67% $5.15 411 2,712 80% $5.15 422 2,856 84% $7.45 429 2,514 74%$7.85 579 3,292 97% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 482 2,940 86% $5.75 514 2,720 80% $7.75 490 2,473 73%$6.75 537 3,215 95%$8.65 590 2,599 76% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 328 2,568 76% $5.50 355 2,714 80% $7.50 393 2,748 81% $7.80 406 2,545 75% $8.45 456 2,840 84% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 362 2,465 73% $5.40 369 2,613 77% $6.40 446 2,860 84% $7.70 427 2,855 84% $7.05 503 2,633 77% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 368 1,511 44% $3.95 386 1,809 53% $3.95 438 2,121 62% $4.85 475 2,026 60% $6.55 471 1,992 59% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 213 673 20% $3.85 270 911 27% $3.85 326 1,041 31% $5.60 325 1,109 33% $6.05 408 1,428 42%  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 395 2,354 69% $5.15 437 2,676 79% $5.15 420 2,756 81% $7.45 479 2,701 79%$7.85 534 3,151 93% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 498 2,921 86% $5.75 564 2,772 82% $7.75 542 2,949 87%$6.75 556 3,316 98%$8.65 597 2,643 78% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 395 2,801 82% $5.50 357 2,691 79% $7.50 313 2,126 63% $7.80 404 2,520 74% $8.45 443 2,763 81% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 374 2,402 71% $5.40 426 2,661 78% $6.40 455 2,799 82% $7.70 469 2,721 80% $7.05 484 2,654 78% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 354 1,592 47% $3.95 366 1,817 53% $3.95 420 2,199 65% $4.85 469 2,236 66% $6.55 472 1,986 58% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 219 766 23% $3.85 245 926 27% $3.85 284 974 29% $5.60 299 1,140 34% $6.05 394 1,289 38%  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 436 2,346 69% $5.15 404 2,673 79% $5.15 443 2,722 80% $7.45 479 2,738 81%$7.85 550 3,151 93% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 514 2,910 86% $5.75 546 2,732 80% $7.75 535 2,984 88%$6.75 541 3,407 100%$8.65 614 2,648 78% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 367 2,622 77% $5.50 378 2,934 86% $7.50 368 2,893 85% $7.80 328 2,160 64% $8.45 415 2,702 79% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 310 2,115 62% $5.40 409 2,531 74% $6.40 415 2,574 76% $7.70 455 2,776 82% $7.05 469 2,419 71% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 395 1,808 53% $3.95 388 1,866 55% $3.95 406 1,967 58% $4.85 466 2,286 67% $6.55 463 2,013 59% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 248 876 26% $3.85 236 866 25% $3.85 273 1,066 31% $5.60 172 693 20% $6.05 378 1,288 38%  PM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 1400 - 1500 $5.15 397 2,399 71% $5.15 402 2,757 81% 1500 - 1600 $5.50 456 2,881 85% $5.75 426 2,160 64% 1600 - 1700 $5.35 322 2,593 76% $5.50 353 2,264 67% 1700 - 1800 $5.30 359 2,454 72% $5.40 429 2,854 84% 1800 - 1900 $5.50 334 1,500 44% $3.95 354 1,835 54% 1900 - 2000 $3.85 222 831 24% $3.85 227 899 26% Thursday 07/02/20 Friday 07/03/20 Thursday 06/25/20 Friday 06/26/20 Monday 06/29/20 Tuesday 06/30/20 Wednesday 07/01/20 Thursday 06/18/20 Friday 06/19/20 Monday 06/22/20 Tuesday 06/23/20 Wednesday 06/24/20 Thursday 06/11/20 Friday 06/12/20 Monday 06/15/20 Tuesday 06/16/20 Wednesday 06/17/20 Thursday 06/04/20 Friday 06/05/20 Monday 06/08/20 Tuesday 06/09/20 Wednesday 06/10/20 Monday 06/01/20 Tuesday 06/02/20 Wednesday 06/03/20 53 7 OCTA WESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 344 1,025 30% $3.05 370 1,033 30% $3.05 394 1,077 32% $3.05 364 1,086 32% $3.05 356 1,012 30% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 504 2,194 65% $4.95 573 2,253 66% $4.95 556 2,179 64% $4.95 559 2,267 67% $4.70 501 1,901 56% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 237 1,538 45% $5.15 227 1,462 43% $5.15 268 1,625 48% $5.15 255 1,598 47% $4.95 256 1,481 44% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 204 1,450 43% $5.65 184 1,215 36% $5.65 193 1,380 41% $5.65 181 1,281 38% $5.50 179 1,294 38% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 132 979 29% $5.15 131 973 29% $5.15 161 1,095 32% $5.15 165 1,123 33% $4.95 147 1,060 31% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 132 792 23% $4.10 140 857 25% $4.10 157 940 28% $4.10 158 912 27% $4.10 165 974 29%  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 412 1,226 36% $3.05 428 1,173 35% $3.05 444 1,287 38% $3.05 408 1,191 35% $3.05 358 1,011 30% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 491 2,256 66% $4.95 574 2,474 73% $4.95 534 2,240 66% $4.95 516 2,179 64% $4.70 470 1,899 56% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 265 1,606 47% $5.15 275 1,682 49% $5.15 307 1,755 52% $5.15 308 1,676 49% $4.95 272 1,520 45% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 204 1,481 44% $5.65 229 1,501 44% $5.65 233 1,585 47% $5.65 212 1,456 43% $5.50 187 1,153 34% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 164 1,147 34% $5.15 162 1,155 34% $5.15 180 1,224 36% $5.15 196 1,260 37% $4.95 191 1,176 35% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 136 891 26% $4.10 223 1,138 33% $4.10 236 1,141 34% $4.10 238 1,165 34% $4.10 231 1,086 32%  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 447 1,249 37% $3.05 417 1,230 36% $3.05 482 1,337 39% $3.05 429 1,186 35% $3.05 359 1,010 30% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 536 2,229 66% $4.95 572 2,181 64% $4.95 583 2,298 68% $4.95 527 2,255 66% $4.70 446 1,838 54% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 265 1,659 49% $5.15 288 1,646 48% $5.15 289 1,778 52% $5.15 257 1,591 47% $4.95 251 1,396 41% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 232 1,584 47% $5.65 238 1,607 47% $5.65 203 1,553 46% $5.65 209 1,527 45% $5.50 169 1,218 36% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 182 1,328 39% $5.15 194 1,241 37% $5.15 171 1,283 38% $5.15 179 1,223 36% $4.95 160 1,070 31% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 226 1,081 32% $4.10 197 1,136 33% $4.10 193 1,170 34% $4.10 175 1,072 32% $4.10 219 1,054 31%  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 392 1,420 42% $3.05 410 1,404 41% $3.05 428 1,510 44% $3.05 423 1,425 42% $3.05 323 1,021 30% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 473 1,897 56% $4.95 528 2,155 63% $4.95 526 1,980 58% $4.95 466 1,868 55% $4.70 420 1,813 53% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 237 1,428 42% $5.15 264 1,607 47% $5.15 284 1,648 48% $5.15 264 1,574 46% $4.95 245 1,400 41% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 170 1,291 38% $5.65 208 1,409 41% $5.65 189 1,355 40% $5.65 192 1,392 41% $5.50 178 1,238 36% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 159 1,095 32% $5.15 167 1,207 36% $5.15 162 1,263 37% $5.15 172 1,213 36% $4.95 189 1,161 34% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 182 1,020 30% $4.10 179 1,155 34% $4.10 226 1,276 38% $4.10 208 1,159 34% $4.10 260 1,338 39%  AM Time Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap.Price HOV Vol. Cap. 0400 - 0500 $3.05 419 1,467 43% $3.05 436 1,457 43% 0500 - 0600 $4.95 466 1,991 59% $4.95 532 2,122 62% 0600 - 0700 $5.15 249 1,717 51% $5.15 255 1,585 47% 0700 - 0800 $5.65 182 1,546 45% $5.65 195 1,370 40% 0800 - 0900 $5.15 163 1,234 36% $5.15 172 1,196 35% 0900 - 1000 $4.10 168 1,063 31% $4.10 157 1,106 33% Thursday 07/02/20 Friday 07/03/20 Thursday 06/25/20 Friday 06/26/20 Monday 06/29/20 Tuesday 06/30/20 Wednesday 07/01/20 Thursday 06/18/20 Friday 06/19/20 Monday 06/22/20 Tuesday 06/23/20 Wednesday 06/24/20 Thursday 06/11/20 Friday 06/12/20 Monday 06/15/20 Tuesday 06/16/20 Wednesday 06/17/20 Thursday 06/04/20 Friday 06/05/20 Monday 06/08/20 Tuesday 06/09/20 Wednesday 06/10/20 Monday 06/01/20 Tuesday 06/02/20 Wednesday 06/03/20 54 8 OCTA OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS On-road Operations OCTA Customer Assistance Specialists (CAS) responded to 84 calls during the month of June. Of those calls, 61 were to assist disabled vehicles and 12 calls to remove debris . The CAS provided assistance to 11 accidents in the Express Lanes with one of those accidents originating in the SR91 general-purpose lanes. 91 Express Lanes Toll Entrance Gantries Infrastructure Project Update OCTA will be contracting with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to provide construction and construction management services for the 91 Express Lanes Toll Entrance Gantries Infrastructure Project. This project entails constructing new toll gantries infrastructures at the three entrances of the OCTA 91 Express Lanes. Construction of the gantries is scheduled to begin Fall 2020 and is expected to be completed in early 2021. Electronic Toll and Traffic Management System Project Update Kapsch TrafficCom USA, Inc., (Kapsch), the toll lanes system integrator for the 91 Express Lanes, completed the replacement of the Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM) system at the current toll gantries. This new lane system is reading both the new 6C transponder protocol as well as the legacy Title 21 protocol. The next phase of the project includes the replacement of the closed-circuit television cameras along the corridor. The new toll gantries infrastructure, as mentioned above, will house the new ETTM equipment. Once the gantries have been constructed, Kapsch will commence installation. 55 9 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS OCTA Capital Asset Activity During the twelve months ending June 30, 2020, capital asset activities included $778,354 for the ETTM system project, $297,339 for the new back-office/account management system, $5,920 for computer equipment and $325,411 for transponder purchases. 56 10 OPERATIONS OVERVIEW RCTC TRAFFIC AND REVENUE STATISTICS FOR RCTC Total traffic volume on the 91 Express Lanes for June 2020 was 901,930. This represents a daily average of 30,064 vehicles. This is a 24.8% decrease in total traffic volume from the same period last year, which totaled 1,199,215. Potential toll revenue for June was $2,708,569, which represents a decrease of 42.1% from the prior year’s total of $4,675,291. Carpool percentage for June was 22.13% as compared to the previous year’s rate of 26.76%. The decreases were attributed to the novel coronavirus pandemic and California Governor Gavin Newsom’s orders for residents to self -quarantine and refrain from non-essential travel. Month-to-date traffic and revenue data is summarized in the table below. The following trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the RCTC 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the month of June 2020. Current Month-to-Date (MTD) as of June 30, 2020 Trips JUN-20 MTD Actual Stantec MTD Projected # Variance % Variance JUN-19 MTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 702,369 1,004,071 (220,102) (23.9%)878,365 (20.0%) 3+ Lanes 199,561 331,143 (100,339) (33.5%)320,850 (37.8%) Total Gross Trips 901,930 1,335,214 (320,441) (26.2%)1,199,215 (24.8%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $2,673,259 $4,123,414 ($1,106,570) (29.3%)$4,632,609 (42.3%) 3+ Lanes $35,310 $0 $35,310 $42,682 (17.3%) Total Gross Revenue $2,708,569 $4,123,414 ($1,071,260) (28.3%)$4,675,291 (42.1%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $3.81 $4.11 ($0.30) (7.3%)$5.27 (27.7%) Average 3+ Lanes $0.18 $0.00 $0.18 $0.13 38.5% Average Gross Revenue $3.00 $3.09 ($0.09) (2.9%)$3.90 (23.1%) 57 11 The 2020 fiscal year-to-date traffic volume decreased by 13.4% and potential toll revenue decreased by 5.4%, when compared with the same period last year. Year -to-date average revenue per-trip is $4.12. Fiscal year-to-date traffic and revenue data are summarized in the table below. The follow ing trip and revenue statistics tables represent all trips taken on the RCTC 91 Express Lanes and associated potential revenue for the months of July 2019 through June 2020. FY 2019-20 Year-to-Date (YTD) as of June 30, 2020 Trips FY 2019-20 YTD Actual Stantec YTD Projected # Variance % Variance FY 2018-19 YTD Actual Yr-to-Yr % Variance Full Toll Lanes 10,044,914 11,904,414 (1,777,900) (15.0%)11,415,600 (12.0%) 3+ Lanes 3,074,209 3,876,586 (771,134) (20.1%)3,727,622 (17.5%) Total Gross Trips 13,119,123 15,781,000 (2,549,034) (16.3%)15,143,222 (13.4%) Revenue Full Toll Lanes $53,676,973 $47,599,286 $6,421,273 13.6%$56,709,323 (5.3%) 3+ Lanes $381,477 $0 $381,477 $462,943 (17.6%) Total Gross Revenue $54,058,450 $47,599,286 $6,802,750 14.4%$57,172,265 (5.4%) Average Revenue per Trip Average Full Toll Lanes $5.34 $4.00 $1.34 33.5%$4.97 7.4% Average 3+ Lanes $0.12 $0.00 $0.12 $0.12 0.0% Average Gross Revenue $4.12 $3.02 $1.10 36.4%$3.78 9.0% 58 12 RCTC Traffic and Revenue Summary The chart below reflects the total trips broken down between Full Toll lanes and HOV3+ lanes for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. The chart below reflects the gross potential revenue breakdown between Full Toll lanes and HOV3+ lanes for FY 2019-20 on a monthly basis. 59 13 RCTC PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES In June, peak -period toll rates were incrementally increased for several peak period hours which had been previously reduced in response to the COVID 19 pandemic and associated reduction in traffic. Traffic volumes are being reviewed regularly and a plan is in place to reinstate toll rates as traffic increases. RCTC E ASTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES Eastbound PM Peak - County Line to McKinley  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $5.30 166 856 1,022 D $5.30 194 916 1,110 D $5.30 185 904 1,089 D $5.30 243 924 1,167 D $6.95 335 1,456 1,791 F 1500 - 1600 $5.30 272 1072 1,344 F $5.30 240 1039 1,279 E $5.30 253 969 1,222 E $5.30 296 1,186 1,482 F $6.95 341 1,219 1,560 F 1600 - 1700 $5.30 198 1011 1,209 E $5.30 198 962 1,160 D $5.30 171 943 1,114 D $5.30 211 986 1,197 D $6.95 280 1,071 1,351 F 1700 - 1800 $5.30 192 809 1,001 D $5.30 188 833 1,021 D $5.30 201 820 1,021 D $5.30 245 950 1,195 D $6.95 256 969 1,225 E 1800 - 1900 $5.30 86 285 371 A $5.30 152 409 561 B $5.30 161 497 658 B $5.30 188 660 848 C $5.30 228 719 947 C 1900 - 2000 $2.25 40 69 109 A $2.25 61 113 174 A $2.25 93 181 274 A $2.25 134 250 384 A $2.25 155 372 527 B  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $5.30 206 801 1,007 D $5.30 236 969 1,205 E $5.30 233 1,062 1,295 E $5.30 260 991 1,251 E $6.95 336 1,329 1,665 F 1500 - 1600 $5.30 277 1,098 1,375 F $5.30 270 1,210 1,480 F $5.30 287 966 1,253 E $5.30 311 1,194 1,505 F $6.95 316 1,109 1,425 F 1600 - 1700 $5.30 176 957 1,133 D $5.30 245 1,028 1,273 E $5.30 224 1,001 1,225 E $5.30 250 1,083 1,333 F $6.95 288 1,104 1,392 F 1700 - 1800 $5.30 205 828 1,033 D $5.30 210 897 1,107 D $5.30 268 959 1,227 E $5.30 247 1,019 1,266 E $6.95 346 1,116 1,462 F 1800 - 1900 $5.30 174 470 644 B $5.30 186 548 734 B $5.30 239 691 930 C $5.30 244 737 981 C $5.30 214 761 975 C 1900 - 2000 $2.25 94 195 289 A $2.25 105 249 354 A $2.25 173 367 540 B $2.25 143 371 514 B $2.25 215 637 852 C  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $5.30 222 848 1,070 D $5.30 236 1,014 1,250 E $5.30 261 1,041 1,302 F $5.30 278 1,088 1,366 F $6.95 362 1,236 1,598 F 1500 - 1600 $5.30 260 1,056 1,316 F $5.30 286 1,048 1,334 F $5.30 290 1,087 1,377 F $5.30 300 1,238 1,538 F $6.95 347 1,089 1,436 F 1600 - 1700 $5.30 189 990 1,179 D $5.30 185 1,021 1,206 E $5.30 175 822 997 C $5.30 223 943 1,166 D $6.95 299 1,261 1,560 F 1700 - 1800 $5.30 171 838 1,009 D $5.30 200 924 1,124 D $5.30 237 959 1,196 D $5.30 263 967 1,230 E $6.95 325 1,097 1,422 F 1800 - 1900 $5.30 181 507 688 B $5.30 159 679 838 C $5.30 215 772 987 C $5.30 234 823 1,057 D $5.30 261 808 1,069 D 1900 - 2000 $2.25 106 210 316 A $2.25 118 282 400 A $2.25 115 294 409 B $2.25 134 409 543 B $2.25 195 499 694 B  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $5.30 267 930 1,197 D $5.30 205 1,008 1,213 E $6.95 237 1,104 1,341 F $6.95 276 1,126 1,402 F $11.95 332 1,277 1,609 F 1500 - 1600 $6.95 277 1,032 1,309 F $6.95 277 1,016 1,293 E $8.95 291 1,088 1,379 F $8.95 344 1,150 1,494 F $11.95 359 1,056 1,415 F 1600 - 1700 $6.95 178 945 1,123 D $6.95 193 998 1,191 D $6.95 230 1,043 1,273 E $6.95 174 961 1,135 D $8.95 238 1,095 1,333 F 1700 - 1800 $5.30 161 798 959 C $5.30 199 912 1,111 D $5.30 236 927 1,163 D $5.30 232 999 1,231 E $6.95 243 952 1,195 D 1800 - 1900 $5.30 195 523 718 B $5.30 196 584 780 B $5.30 240 697 937 C $5.30 222 713 935 C $5.30 236 832 1,068 D 1900 - 2000 $2.25 107 263 370 A $2.25 113 259 372 A $2.25 135 340 475 B $2.25 118 332 450 B $2.25 186 484 670 B  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $5.30 216 935 1,151 D $5.30 237 1,060 1,297 E 1500 - 1600 $6.95 281 1,058 1,339 F $6.95 238 837 1,075 D 1600 - 1700 $6.95 173 941 1,114 D $6.95 212 975 1,187 D 1700 - 1800 $5.30 178 884 1,062 D $5.30 215 990 1,205 E 1800 - 1900 $5.30 144 471 615 B $5.30 168 632 800 B 1900 - 2000 $2.25 102 226 328 A $2.25 107 298 405 B Wednesday 07/01/20 Thursday 07/02/20 Friday 07/03/20Monday06/29/20 Tuesday 06/30/20 Thursday 06/25/20 Friday 06/26/20Monday06/22/20 Tuesday 06/23/20 Wednesday 06/24/20 Wednesday 06/17/20 Thursday 06/18/20 Friday 06/19/20Monday06/15/20 Tuesday 06/16/20 Thursday 06/11/20 Friday 06/12/20Monday06/08/20 Tuesday 06/09/20 Wednesday 06/10/20 Wednesday 06/03/20 Thursday 06/04/20 Friday 06/05/20Monday06/01/20 Tuesday 06/02/20 60 14 Eastbound PM Peak - County Line to I-15 South  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $2.95 85 632 717 B $2.95 97 690 787 B $2.95 98 729 827 C $2.95 94 752 846 C $2.95 148 914 1,062 D 1500 - 1600 $2.95 122 691 813 C $2.95 143 691 834 C $2.95 157 765 922 C $2.95 141 849 990 C $2.95 158 675 833 C 1600 - 1700 $2.95 104 754 858 C $2.95 98 702 800 B $2.95 115 688 803 C $2.95 90 693 783 B $2.95 130 605 735 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 89 583 672 B $2.95 99 571 670 B $2.95 98 626 724 B $2.95 125 640 765 B $2.95 130 614 744 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 61 227 288 A $2.95 74 316 390 A $2.95 78 375 453 B $2.95 118 466 584 B $2.95 116 464 580 B 1900 - 2000 $2.95 24 68 92 A $2.95 32 105 137 A $2.95 57 136 193 A $2.95 79 208 287 A $2.95 84 232 316 A  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $2.95 92 613 705 B $2.95 99 755 854 C $2.95 107 785 892 C $2.95 110 689 799 B $2.95 165 881 1,046 D 1500 - 1600 $2.95 126 804 930 C $2.95 28 52 80 A $2.95 141 680 821 C $2.95 144 829 973 C $2.95 137 665 802 C 1600 - 1700 $2.95 100 654 754 B $2.95 118 568 686 B $2.95 121 707 828 C $2.95 105 646 751 B $2.95 130 610 740 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 112 595 707 B $2.95 110 619 729 B $2.95 131 690 821 C $2.95 104 745 849 C $2.95 123 420 543 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 102 341 443 B $2.95 117 454 571 B $2.95 121 543 664 B $2.95 120 487 607 B $2.95 111 491 602 B 1900 - 2000 $2.95 62 170 232 A $2.95 75 210 285 A $2.95 108 262 370 A $2.95 95 241 336 A $2.95 84 352 436 B  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $2.95 108 686 794 B $2.95 130 678 808 C $2.95 123 794 917 C $2.95 129 748 877 C $2.95 158 815 973 C 1500 - 1600 $2.95 124 799 923 C $2.95 137 750 887 C $2.95 141 811 952 C $2.95 132 877 1,009 D $2.95 141 625 766 B 1600 - 1700 $2.95 106 711 817 C $2.95 96 712 808 C $2.95 78 586 664 B $2.95 102 681 783 B $2.95 83 427 510 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 76 609 685 B $2.95 88 649 737 B $2.95 138 681 819 C $2.95 98 724 822 C $2.95 125 449 574 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 72 411 483 B $2.95 74 461 535 B $2.95 95 535 630 B $2.95 116 584 700 B $2.95 118 503 621 B 1900 - 2000 $2.95 52 172 224 A $2.95 52 242 294 A $2.95 86 255 341 A $2.95 57 309 366 A $2.95 113 324 437 B  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $5.30 115 603 718 B $5.30 133 688 821 C $5.30 126 723 849 C $5.30 119 723 842 C $5.30 138 749 887 C 1500 - 1600 $5.30 130 763 893 C $5.30 149 734 883 C $5.30 128 736 864 C $5.30 143 909 1,052 D $5.30 135 559 694 B 1600 - 1700 $2.95 79 699 778 B $2.95 91 773 864 C $2.95 90 754 844 C $2.95 86 568 654 B $2.95 108 588 696 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 76 524 600 B $2.95 97 605 702 B $2.95 104 614 718 B $2.95 107 632 739 B $2.95 105 547 652 B 1800 - 1900 $2.95 83 425 508 B $2.95 78 444 522 B $2.95 92 502 594 B $2.95 100 541 641 B $2.95 96 527 623 B 1900 - 2000 $2.95 54 219 273 A $2.95 69 207 276 A $2.95 68 263 331 A $2.95 68 246 314 A $2.95 133 325 458 B  PM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 1400 - 1500 $5.30 119 656 775 B $5.30 121 685 806 C 1500 - 1600 $5.30 127 753 880 C $5.30 108 620 728 B 1600 - 1700 $2.95 96 619 715 B $2.95 77 608 685 B 1700 - 1800 $2.95 91 587 678 B $2.95 116 791 907 C 1800 - 1900 $2.95 73 377 450 B $2.95 85 450 535 B 1900 - 2000 $2.95 55 233 288 A $2.95 58 205 263 A Thursday 07/02/20 Friday 07/03/20Monday06/29/20 Tuesday 06/30/20 Wednesday 07/01/20 Wednesday 06/24/20 Thursday 06/25/20 Friday 06/26/20Monday06/22/20 Tuesday 06/23/20 Thursday 06/18/20 Friday 06/19/20Monday06/15/20 Tuesday 06/16/20 Wednesday 06/17/20 Wednesday 06/10/20 Thursday 06/11/20 Friday 06/12/20Monday06/08/20 Tuesday 06/09/20 Thursday 06/04/20 Friday 06/05/20Monday06/01/20 Tuesday 06/02/20 Wednesday 06/03/20 61 15 RCTC W ESTBOUND PEAK-HOUR VOLUMES Westbound AM Peak - McKinley to County Line  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 161 338 499 B $6.95 160 297 457 B $6.95 186 329 515 B $6.95 170 306 476 B $4.20 158 281 439 B 0500 - 0600 $6.95 301 999 1,300 E $6.95 343 1053 1,396 F $6.95 295 908 1,203 E $6.95 315 973 1,288 E $4.20 279 789 1,068 D 0600 - 0700 $6.95 154 709 863 C $6.95 125 591 716 B $6.95 175 746 921 C $6.95 176 703 879 C $4.20 167 725 892 C 0700 - 0800 $6.95 114 617 731 B $6.95 109 545 654 B $6.95 127 582 709 B $6.95 101 537 638 B $4.20 97 578 675 B 0800 - 0900 $6.95 86 424 510 B $6.95 89 438 527 B $6.95 96 430 526 B $6.95 107 407 514 B $4.20 89 411 500 B 0900 - 1000 $6.95 72 319 391 A $6.95 85 323 408 B $6.95 79 405 484 B $6.95 72 344 416 B $4.20 93 356 449 B  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 188 365 553 B $6.95 183 338 521 B $6.95 194 370 564 B $6.95 203 376 579 B $4.20 168 294 462 B 0500 - 0600 $6.95 287 1,042 1,329 E $6.95 363 1,221 1,584 F $6.95 309 992 1,301 E $6.95 302 995 1,297 E $4.20 273 807 1,080 D 0600 - 0700 $6.95 167 637 804 C $6.95 168 709 877 C $6.95 210 860 1,070 D $6.95 199 801 1,000 C $4.20 182 749 931 C 0700 - 0800 $6.95 125 640 765 B $6.95 139 683 822 C $6.95 162 703 865 C $6.95 128 627 755 B $4.20 112 533 645 B 0800 - 0900 $6.95 106 504 610 B $6.95 82 470 552 B $6.95 115 523 638 B $6.95 115 542 657 B $4.20 115 464 579 B 0900 - 1000 $6.95 73 366 439 B $6.95 123 436 559 B $6.95 119 430 549 B $6.95 119 418 537 B $4.20 102 373 475 B  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 196 362 558 B $6.95 176 368 544 B $6.95 223 373 596 B $6.95 190 382 572 B $4.20 150 281 431 B 0500 - 0600 $6.95 324 1,055 1,379 F $6.95 325 942 1,267 E $6.95 316 957 1,273 E $6.95 284 1,026 1,310 E $4.20 230 832 1,062 D 0600 - 0700 $6.95 161 727 888 C $6.95 278 1,205 1,483 F $6.95 183 871 1,054 D $6.95 154 745 899 C $4.20 140 735 875 C 0700 - 0800 $6.95 151 698 849 C $6.95 146 786 932 C $6.95 138 770 908 C $6.95 129 711 840 C $4.20 89 600 689 B 0800 - 0900 $6.95 113 517 630 B $6.95 95 496 591 B $6.95 101 501 602 B $6.95 99 495 594 B $4.20 92 406 498 B 0900 - 1000 $6.95 122 437 559 B $6.95 113 434 547 B $6.95 119 440 559 B $6.95 79 376 455 B $4.20 96 358 454 B  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 151 625 776 B $6.95 151 677 828 C $6.95 158 716 874 C $6.95 186 667 853 C $4.20 156 340 496 B 0500 - 0600 $9.95 253 791 1,044 D $9.95 309 927 1,236 E $9.95 290 686 976 C $9.95 268 727 995 C $6.95 232 840 1,072 D 0600 - 0700 $9.95 132 699 831 C $9.95 122 680 802 C $9.95 162 795 957 C $9.95 155 733 888 C $6.95 162 761 923 C 0700 - 0800 $6.95 94 617 711 B $6.95 124 643 767 B $6.95 121 601 722 B $6.95 120 609 729 B $5.30 116 558 674 B 0800 - 0900 $6.95 93 486 579 B $6.95 98 513 611 B $6.95 81 512 593 B $6.95 94 543 637 B $4.20 96 509 605 B 0900 - 1000 $6.95 109 367 476 B $6.95 121 452 573 B $6.95 112 447 559 B $6.95 123 425 548 B $4.20 129 418 547 B  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $6.95 175 624 799 B $6.95 176 636 812 C 0500 - 0600 $9.95 245 819 1,064 D $9.95 339 905 1,244 E 0600 - 0700 $9.95 149 772 921 C $9.95 132 665 797 B 0700 - 0800 $6.95 117 732 849 C $6.95 128 619 747 B 0800 - 0900 $6.95 93 442 535 B $6.95 85 470 555 B 0900 - 1000 $6.95 102 425 527 B $6.95 104 433 537 B 06/11/20 Friday 06/12/20Monday06/08/20 Tuesday 06/09/20 Wednesday 06/10/20 Wednesday 06/03/20 Thursday 06/04/20 Friday 06/05/20Monday06/01/20 Tuesday 06/02/20 Thursday Monday 06/22/20 Tuesday 06/23/20 Wednesday 06/24/20 Wednesday 06/17/20 Thursday 06/18/20 Friday 06/19/20Monday06/15/20 Tuesday 06/16/20 Monday 06/29/20 Tuesday 06/30/20 Thursday 06/25/20 Friday 06/26/20 Thursday 07/02/20 Friday 07/03/20Wednesday07/01/20 62 16 Westbound AM Peak - I-15 North to County Line  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 87 280 367 A $5.30 114 281 395 A $5.30 127 282 409 B $5.30 117 276 393 A $2.95 103 281 384 A 0500 - 0600 $5.30 153 750 903 C $5.30 159 700 859 C $5.30 168 745 913 C $5.30 168 722 890 C $2.95 155 642 797 B 0600 - 0700 $5.30 116 718 834 C $5.30 112 679 791 B $5.30 116 699 815 C $5.30 108 722 830 C $2.95 113 650 763 B 0700 - 0800 $5.30 69 548 617 B $5.30 87 511 598 B $5.30 66 538 604 B $5.30 72 523 595 B $2.95 79 516 595 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 44 379 423 B $5.30 38 384 422 B $5.30 63 418 481 B $5.30 54 451 505 B $2.95 60 431 491 B 0900 - 1000 $5.30 45 275 320 A $5.30 44 335 379 A $5.30 51 335 386 A $5.30 58 387 445 B $2.95 70 355 425 B  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 120 321 441 B $5.30 141 316 457 B $5.30 139 310 449 B $5.30 119 336 455 B $2.95 106 292 398 A 0500 - 0600 $5.30 169 788 957 C $5.30 187 790 977 C $5.30 179 791 970 C $5.30 172 768 940 C $2.95 161 644 805 C 0600 - 0700 $5.30 121 725 846 C $5.30 130 813 943 C $5.30 145 752 897 C $5.30 126 744 870 C $2.95 108 616 724 B 0700 - 0800 $5.30 82 558 640 B $5.30 88 593 681 B $5.30 94 624 718 B $5.30 79 589 668 B $2.95 88 509 597 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 63 500 563 B $5.30 67 468 535 B $5.30 70 519 589 B $5.30 84 469 553 B $2.95 75 411 486 B 0900 - 1000 $5.30 48 360 408 B $5.30 75 417 492 B $5.30 77 394 471 B $5.30 91 461 552 B $2.95 85 389 474 B  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 145 328 473 B $5.30 142 293 435 B $5.30 146 329 475 B $5.30 103 328 431 B $2.95 76 282 358 A 0500 - 0600 $5.30 160 787 947 C $5.30 178 625 803 C $5.30 199 760 959 C $5.30 140 806 946 C $2.95 124 694 818 C 0600 - 0700 $5.30 138 785 923 C $5.30 48 313 361 A $5.30 133 771 904 C $5.30 105 732 837 C $2.95 76 660 736 B 0700 - 0800 $5.30 85 617 702 B $5.30 88 576 664 B $5.30 85 616 701 B $5.30 94 665 759 B $2.95 49 538 587 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 61 455 516 B $5.30 66 496 562 B $5.30 52 498 550 B $5.30 49 490 539 B $2.95 46 424 470 B 0900 - 1000 $5.30 76 373 449 B $5.30 61 400 461 B $5.30 70 414 484 B $5.30 62 413 475 B $2.95 84 369 453 B  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 92 426 518 B $5.30 91 366 457 B $5.30 96 402 498 B $5.30 85 357 442 B $2.95 72 302 374 A 0500 - 0600 $6.85 143 712 855 C $6.85 135 810 945 C $6.85 147 725 872 C $6.85 129 743 872 C $5.30 109 633 742 B 0600 - 0700 $6.85 86 748 834 C $6.85 107 765 872 C $6.85 111 731 842 C $6.85 92 703 795 B $5.30 92 582 674 B 0700 - 0800 $6.85 56 593 649 B $6.85 60 581 641 B $6.85 57 587 644 B $6.85 60 577 637 B $2.95 69 489 558 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 32 459 491 B $5.30 50 510 560 B $5.30 45 502 547 B $5.30 37 429 466 B $2.95 54 400 454 B 0900 - 1000 $5.30 58 362 420 B $5.30 72 414 486 B $5.30 64 441 505 B $5.30 78 433 511 B $2.95 83 435 518 B  AM Time Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS Price HOV SOV Vol.LOS 0400 - 0500 $5.30 93 408 501 B $5.30 107 368 475 B 0500 - 0600 $6.85 136 678 814 C $6.85 151 699 850 C 0600 - 0700 $6.85 105 798 903 C $6.85 95 763 858 C 0700 - 0800 $6.85 49 627 676 B $6.85 56 533 589 B 0800 - 0900 $5.30 33 475 508 B $5.30 51 482 533 B 0900 - 1000 $5.30 63 348 411 B $5.30 59 416 475 B Thursday 06/04/20 Friday 06/05/20Monday06/01/20 Tuesday 06/02/20 Wednesday 06/03/20 Monday 06/15/20 Tuesday 06/16/20 Wednesday 06/17/20 Wednesday 06/10/20 Thursday 06/11/20 Friday 06/12/20Monday06/08/20 Tuesday 06/09/20 Monday 06/22/20 Tuesday 06/23/20 Thursday 06/18/20 Friday 06/19/20 Thursday 07/02/20 Friday 07/03/20Monday06/29/20 Tuesday 06/30/20 Wednesday 07/01/20 Wednesday 06/24/20 Thursday 06/25/20 Friday 06/26/20 63 17 RCTC OP ERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS On-road Operations RCTC Freeway Service Patrol (FSP) responded to 87 calls during the month of June. Of those calls, 58 were to assist disabled vehicles, 16 calls to remove debris and 13 were in response to accidents in the Express Lanes. 64 18 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS RCTC RCTC 91 Express Lanes Operating Statement 6/30/2020 Description Budget Dollar $Percent (%) Operating revenues: Toll Revenue 49,706,034.19$ 61,920,800.00$ (12,214,765.81)$ (19.7) Fee Revenue 6,727,939.85 5,280,300.00 1,447,639.85 27.4 Total operating revenues 56,433,974.04 67,201,100.00 (10,767,125.96) (16.0) Operating expenses: Salaries and Benefits 787,920.83 1,353,400.00 565,479.17 41.8 Legal Services 255,224.62 350,000.00 94,775.38 27.1 Advisory Services 139,465.52 75,000.00 (64,465.52) (86.0) Audit and Accounting Fees 46,000.00 47,000.00 1,000.00 2.1 Service Fees 5,867.14 26,000.00 20,132.86 77.4 Other Professional Services 767,099.59 2,479,500.00 1,712,400.41 69.1 Lease Expense 228,196.04 256,500.00 28,303.96 11.0 Operations 2,818,913.45 3,628,500.00 809,586.55 22.3 Utilities 52,163.54 62,500.00 10,336.46 16.5 Supplies and Materials 597.45 5,000.00 4,402.55 88.1 Membership and Subscription Fees 26,455.00 25,000.00 (1,455.00) (5.8) Office Equipment & Furniture (Non-Capital)1,285.05 5,000.00 3,714.95 74.3 Maintenance/Repairs 178,964.34 349,800.00 170,835.66 48.8 Training Seminars and Conferences 1,125.00 4,500.00 3,375.00 75.0 Transportation Expenses 2,758.81 7,500.00 4,741.19 63.2 Lodging 2,455.52 7,000.00 4,544.48 64.9 Meals 1,118.52 1,000.00 (118.52) (11.9) Other Staff Expenses 524.65 1,000.00 475.35 47.5 Advertising 6,776.63 190,000.00 183,223.37 96.4 Program Management 119,001.74 - (119,001.74) N/A Program Operations 7,147,746.03 11,660,200.00 4,512,453.97 38.7 Litigation Settlement - 10,000.00 10,000.00 100.0 Furniture & Equipment 417,296.56 750,000.00 332,703.44 44.4 Improvements - 16,100.00 16,100.00 100.0 Depreciation 8,087,958.02 2 - (8,087,958.02) N/A Bad Debt Expense 12.92 - (12.92) N/A Total operating expenses 21,094,926.97 21,310,500.00 215,573.03 1.0 Operating income (loss)35,339,047.07 45,890,600.00 (10,551,552.93) (23.0) Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Interest Revenue 3,634,588.89 1,339,000.00 2,295,588.89 (171.4) Other Miscellaneous Revenue 6,394.97 - 6,394.97 N/A Interest Expense (28,855,678.53) 3 (7,119,900.00) (21,735,778.53) 305.3 Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)(31,784,300.70) (5,780,900.00) (26,003,400.70) (449.8) Transfers In - - - N/A Transfers Out (2,374,636.40) (3,059,500.00) 684,863.60 (22.4) Net income (loss)1,180,109.97$ 37,050,200.00$ (35,870,090.03)$ (96.8) 1 Unaudited 2 Depreciation is not a budgeted expense 3 Amount includes accrued compounded interest for the 91 Project Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan and accreted interest on the 2013 Toll Revenue Bonds Series B (capital appreciation). $10.8 million of the $14.3 million interest cost will not be paid in the current year and therefore not included in the FY 2019/20 budget YTD as of : YTD Variance Actual 1 65 19 JOINT AGENCY TRIP AND REVENUE STATISTICS JOINT AGENCY TRAFFIC STATISTICS 66 20 JOINT AGENCY PERFORMANCE MEASURES JOINT AGENCY TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION Tags % of Total Tags % of Total Issued To New Accounts 14,430 99.9% 12,808 99.9% Additional Tags to Existing Accounts 10 0.1%7 0.1% Replacement Transponders 0 0.0%0 0.0% Total Issued 14,440 12,815 Returned Account Closures Accounts Downsizing Defective Transponders Total Returned 6C TRANSPONDER DISTRIBUTION June-20 May-20 67 21 At the end of June 2020, the 91 Express Lanes had 149,803 active customer accounts and 322,319 transponders classified as Assigned. Number of Accounts by Fiscal Year As of June 30, 2020 Incoming Email Activity During June, the Anaheim Processing Center received 2,356 emails. Operational Activity Amid concerns about the spread of COVID -19 and following the governor’s guidance to help reduce its spread, the 91 Express Lanes Customer Walk -In Center was closed in March and will remain so until further notice. Operational activities in the Anaheim and Corona locations continued to function with a combination of remote workers and core staff located at the facilities. Core essential functions include aiding stranded motorists, providing incident management services and dispatching emergency vehicles through the traffic operations center. The call center remains open to respond to customer service and violation calls. 68 AGENDA ITEM 6 Agenda Item 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORATION COMMISSION DATE: August 27, 2020 TO: Toll Policy and Operations Committee FROM: Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: Toll Operations Year in Review and COVID-19 Impacts Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to receive and file a presentation providing a review of results from the latest fiscal year of toll operations and an update to the impacts that the COVID -19 pandemic has had on toll operations. BACKGROUND INFORMATION : In December of 2006, the Commission approved the establishment of a toll program including the development of express lane projects and their future operation. The Commission opened its first toll facility, the 91 Express Lanes, to customers in March 2017. The Commission’s second toll facility, the 15 Express Lanes will open in 2020. Staff will review the results from the latest fiscal year of toll operations. 69 TOLL OPERATIONS:YEAR IN REVIEW AND COVID-19 IMPACTS UPDATE Toll Policy and Operations Committee Meeting August 27, 2019 Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director 1 Year in Review: July 1, 2019 –June 30, 2020 2 Debt Ratings 3 91 Express Lanes Standard & Poors (S&P): Two upgrades of toll revenue bonds Fitch: Upgrades to toll revenue bonds and federal TIFIA loan S&P and Fitch: Rating affirmations during COVID-19 15 Express Lanes Fitch and Kroll: Rating affirmations during COVID-19 91 Express Lanes Surplus Toll Revenues 4 “Surplus” Definition and Purpose Authorized uses of surplus funding to date TIFIA loan reserve fully funded -$20.0M 15/91 Express Lanes Connector –full project funding SR-91 Corridor Operations Project –$6.47M SR-241/SR-91 Express Connector –$1.2M 91 Express Lanes Operating Contract Extension New Back Office System and Long -Term Operating Contract Express Lanes Operations: On-Call Consultant Caltrans Express Lane Maintenance: 15 and 91 Express Lanes Traffic and Revenue Studies: On-Call Consultant Bench Key Contracts and Agreements 5 6 Replace old transponders with 6C transponders Change back office software Change 91expresslanes.com and customer materials Purchase 6C transponders Upgrade lane system Account policy changes New Account and 6C Transponder Rollout Went live February 4th, 2020 New account agreement & welcome kit New account plans & fees, online “wizard” Suspended March 25th due to pandemic As of June 30th: –22% accounts converted –6C transponders issued •New customers –3,763 •Existing customers –32,311 Results: Fiscal Year 2019-20 7 How many customers are using the 91 Express Lanes? Which destination did they seek? Actual Projected Regular Users 10.0 million 11.9 million Carpool (HOV3+) Users 3.1 million 3.9 million Total Users 13.1 million 15.8 million McKinley Avenue I-15 South Total Users 7.8 million, 60%5.3 million, 40% Results: Fiscal Year 2019-20 8 Results: Fiscal Year 2019-20 9 How much gross revenue was generated from the lanes? Actual Projected Regular Users $53.7 million $47.6 million Carpool (HOV3+) Users $0.4 million $0 million Total Revenue $54.1 million $47.6 million Results: Fiscal Year 2019-20* 10 What about the peak periods of travel? Morning Peak: 4-10a.m. westbound Afternoon Peak: 2 -8p.m. eastbound Carpool (HOV3+) Users 22%24% Highest Toll $23.25 $21.00 Highest Traffic Hour 5 am,westbound 3,320 transactions 2 pm, eastbound 2,727 transactions *Prior to the Governor’s stay -at-home order issued March 19, 2020. Results: Fiscal Year 2019-20 11 How many accounts were opened? Future 15 Express Lanes 12 Board adopted toll policies Toll Rate Schedule Dynamic pricing parameters Minimum and maximum toll rates Display of toll rates, suspension of tolling Regional Operations Center status Toll system design and implementation status COVID-19 Impacts to Daily Operations 13 Administrative Office -Anaheim 14 No face -to-face customer interactions Reduced staff, core functions –Traffic operations center –Incident management –Account management Additional sanitizing and social distancing Customer Service Center -Corona 15 Customer walk-in center remains closed Maintaining Customer Service –Call center –Web site Additional sanitizing and social distancing –Operator employees –CA and Riverside County Health Orders Toll Rates 16 Initial March rate reductions –Peak periods, a.m. and p.m. –Comparable to adjacent “shoulder” periods April rate reductions May rates held unchanged Rate increases since June –Periodic toll rate assessment –Data-driven analysis –Consistent with approved toll policy 17 18 19 Resumed Customer Service Center Operations State and county health order changes Phased re- openings Agency re- opening decision Operator office measures Employee separation Office cleaning, sanitizing Face masks Customer measures Shields Sanitizing station Queue management THANK YOU QUESTIONS 20 AGENDA ITEM 7 Agenda Item 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: August 27, 2020 TO: Toll Policy and Operations Committee FROM: Jennifer Crosson, Toll Operations Manager THROUGH: Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director SUBJECT: Department of California Highway Patrol Agreement for Express Lanes Toll Enforcement STAFF RECOMMENDATION : This item is for the Committee to: 1) Approve Agreement No. 21-31-005-00 with the Department of California Highway Patrol (CHP) for toll enforcement on the express lanes for a five -year term in the amount of $3,611,479; 2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission; and 3) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION : In March 2017, the CHP began supporting the Commission’s 91 Express Lanes operation by providing on-road toll enforcement and maintenance closures under a three-year contract. This item is to enter into a new agreement with substantially the same terms as the existing agreement for five years. The success of the e xpress lanes is dependent on the collection of toll revenue sufficient to support the operation of the express lanes and the repayment of debt. A critical element to ensuring that the toll revenue goals of the express lanes are achieved is the enforcement of toll policies and toll violations. The e xpress lanes toll policies provide for free and discounted tolls to high occupancy vehicles with three or more occupants (HOV3+). To identify vehicles that are eligible for the HOV3+ discount, motorists on the 91 Express Lanes drive through a dedicated HOV3+ lane and customers on the 15 Express Lanes will set their switchable transponder to 3+. To discourage vehicles with less than three occupants from driving through the dedicated HOV3+ lane or setting their transponder to 3+ and thereby receiving free or discounted tolls, staff proposes the CHP continue to provide on-road enforcement. 70 Agenda Item 7 The proposed agreement provides for the CHP to be present during peak periods to visually observe motorists as they drive through the toll point and issue citations to those that do not meet the minimum occupant requirement. On the 91 Express Lanes the officers will observe the HOV3+ lane for vehicles with less than three occupants. On the 15 Express Lanes the officers will observe a light at the toll point which will indicate the occupancy setting of a transponder and compare the transponder setting to the number of occupants in the vehicle. Additionally, the Commission’s express lanes policies and California Vehicle Code 23302(a) include a requirement for users of the e xpress lanes to have a FasTrak™ transponder associated with a valid account properly mounted in their vehicle. Customers without a transponder trigger the on-road violation enforcement cameras capturing an image of the license plate . Some customers using the express lane s without a FasTrak™ transponder will also not have a plate on their vehicle or a plate for which the on-road cameras can capture a legible image . These transactions will result in uncollectible transactions and a loss of toll revenue. The CHP officers will be provide d with a web-based portal to allow them to identify vehicles passing through a toll point without a valid transponder as well as the transponder occupancy setting. By observing the overhead light, officers can identify vehicles without a transponder and license plate and issue a citation. In February 2020, the Commission approved an agreement with Caltrans for the maintenance of the 91 and 15 Express Lanes toll facilities . Caltrans performs maintenance according to an established schedule and requires the use of CHP to provide a maintenance zone enhanced enforcement program (MAZEEP). The use of CHP to perform MAZEEP will enhance the safety of Caltrans, toll provider staff and Commission staff while in the maintenance work zone. The CHP agreement is a time and materials agreement that will be managed through the scheduling of CHP activity to ensure the e xpress lanes receive services during operating hours for which the loss of revenue is the highest and for all maintenance activities which involve Caltrans. The estimated annual contract value of approximately $720,000 per year provides for two enforcement officers during peak period hours and MAZEEP support as scheduled. Enforcement is approximately 88 percent of the contract value, while MAZEEP support is 12 percent. CHP has been a valued partner of the Commission as the operator of the 91 Express Lanes in Riverside County. It has worked with the Commission to develop on-road enforcement tactics that serve as a deterrent to customers who do not follow the carpool rules required to get the HOV3+ discount and/or transponder requirement. The CHP has also supported all maintenance efforts by assisting with developing methods to shorten the length of the closures and with the safety of the maintenance personnel. The Toll Facility Agreements (TFA) between RCTC and Caltrans, which granted a lease to the Commission to use the SR-91 median for the operation of the 91 Express Lanes and I-15 median for the 15 Express Lanes, provides the Commission with the option to engage the services of the CHP. CHP is designated by the state of California as the agency to perform enforcement on the state highways . The TFA and state designation of CHP as the agency to provide policing services 71 Agenda Item 7 on the 91 Express Lanes and 15 Express Lanes and the use of CHP across the state by toll agencies makes CHP the best choice for the performance of violation enforcement and MAZEEP at this time . The Commission’s Procurement Policy Manual allows for the non-competitive procurement of non-federally funded services if the services are to be provided by a government or other public entity. Toll enforcement and MAZEEP services on the express lanes are essential to the collection of toll revenue and the safety of maintenance personnel. Staff recommends the Commission approve Agreement No. 21-31-005-00 with CHP for a term of five years at a cost not to exceed $3,611,479 . The FY 2020/21 budget includes an amount for CHP services; therefore, no budget adjustment is required. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes Yes N/A Year: FY 2019/20 FY 2020/21 FY 2021/22+ Amount: $200,000 $720,000 $2,691,479 Source of Funds: Toll Bond Operations and Maintenance Funds and Toll Revenues Budget Adjustment: No No N/A GL/Project Accounting No.: 009199 77114 00000 0000 591 31 73002 001599 77114 00000 0000 515 31 73002 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 08/14/2020 Attachment: Draft Agreement No. 21-31-005-00 with CHP 72 2. The term of this Agreement is: 73 74 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission CHP Agreement # 20R840000 Exhibit A page 1 of 2 EXHIBIT A (Standard Agreement) SCOPE OF WORK 1. Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) agrees to reimburse the Department of California Highway Patrol (CHP), Riverside Area office for costs associated with traffic control related services on the SR-91 and I-15 Express Lanes during peak commute hours, support from uniformed and non- uniformed personnel for the gathering, preparation, processing and submission of enforcement related documents, statistical data, billing and additional documents as required, and court overtime costs related to enforcement and other documents/reports provided by the CHP Riverside Area office during peak commute hours and during state highway maintenance activities within the Riverside County SR-91 and I-15 Express Lanes. 2. The services shall be provided during: The hours of duty performed by CHP officer(s) under this Agreement are those mutually agreed upon by the Project Representatives listed below, or designees. Any changes to the proposed plan such as additional hours, dates, and sites for traffic control can be requested and/or on an “as needed” basis and must be mutually agreed upon by the local CHP command and RCTC. 3. The project representatives during the term of this agreement will be: STATE AGENCY Department of California Highway Patrol NAME Joshua Lonzo, Officer, Riverside Area Office TELEPHONE NUMBER (951) 637-8000 FAX NUMBER (951) 637-8003 Direct all inquiries to: STATE AGENCY Department of California Highway Patrol RCTC Riverside County Transportation Commission SECTION/UNIT Business Services Section/Contract Services Unit SECTION/UNIT ATTENTION Brian Wise, Contract Analyst ATTENTION Jennifer Crosson, Toll Operations Manager ADDRESS P.O. Box 942898, Sacramento, CA 94298-0001 ADDRESS 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor, Riverside, CA 92502 TELEPHONE NUMBER (916) 843-3610 FAX NUMBER (916) 322-3166 TELEPHONE NUMBER (951) 280-6314 OFC MGR-TELEPHONE NUMBER JCrosson@rctc.org 75 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission CHP Agreement # 20R840000 Exhibit A page 2 of 2 EXHIBIT A (Standard Agreement) SCOPE OF WORK (Continued) 4. Detailed description of work to be performed: A. The CHP Riverside Area office shall provide CHP officer(s) with vehicles and coordinate all traffic control. Should the CHP Riverside Area office be unable to fill the necessary staffing for enforcement of the SR-91 and I-15 Express Lanes, the shortage of CHP Officers will be utilized from out-of-Area uniformed personnel. B. The traffic control service to be performed by CHP officer(s) under this Agreement, including the standards of performance, discipline and control thereof, shall be the responsibility of CHP. C. It is understood by RCTC that billing of CHP officer(s) time shall be from portal to portal (CHP Area office to the service location and return to CHP Area office) except as specified in Item D. D. If the CHP officer(s) has reported to the assigned location and has worked less than four (4) hours, RCTC agrees to pay every assigned CHP officer(s) a minimum of four (4) hours overtime. Exception: This does not apply to those cases when the hours worked is part of an extended shift. E. If the CHP officer(s) report(s) to the assigned service location and if for any reason CHP reassigns the officer(s) away from the service location, RCTC will be billed only for the officer(s) actual time incurred from the CHP Area office to the service location and for the time spent at the assigned service location covered under this Agreement. F. CHP shall provide Maintenance Zone Enhanced Enforcement Program “MAZEEP” for maintenance efforts within the Riverside County SR-91 and I-15 Express Lanes Toll Facility upon request by the RCTC. CHP shall coordinate MAZEEP services with the RCTC designated facility maintenance provider. F. Cancellation of Services RCTC shall not be charged for service cancellations made more than twenty-four (24) hours prior to the scheduled assignment. 1) RCTC agrees that if service cancellation is made within twenty-four (24) hours prior to the scheduled assignment and the assigned CHP officer(s) cannot be notified of such service cancellation, a minimum of four (4) hours overtime shall be charged for each assigned CHP officer. 2) RCTC agrees that if service cancellation is made within twenty-four (24) hours prior to the scheduled assignment and CHP officer(s) is notified of such service cancellation, RCTC shall only be charged a short notice service cancellation fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) per assigned CHP officer(s). 3) All service cancellation notices to CHP must be made during normal CHP business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding state holidays. 4) The CHP agrees to make reasonable efforts to notify the assigned CHP officer(s) of the service cancellation. 76 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission CHP Agreement # 20R840000 Exhibit B page 1 of 1 EXHIBIT B (Standard Agreement) BUDGET DETAIL AND PAYMENT PROVISIONS 1. Invoicing and Payment A. The CHP shall provide RCTC with an itemized invoice which details all CHP costs for traffic control services under this Agreement. Monthly itemized invoices will be submitted in duplicate to: Riverside County Transportation Commission ATTN: Jennifer Crosson, Toll Operations Manager 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, CA 92502 RCTC agrees to pay CHP within thirty (30) days after the date of the invoice. If payment is not submitted because of a dispute, RCTC shall submit the reasons for the dispute to CHP within thirty (30) days of receiving the invoice charges In consideration for the traffic control services contained herein, RCTC agrees to reimburse the CHP upon receipt of an itemized invoice. RCTC agrees to reimburse the CHP for the actual costs incurred at the time services are provided. The rates indicated in this agreement are for estimate purposes only. It is understood by both parties that rate increases in salary and benefits are governed by collective bargaining agreements and/or statute and that no advance written notification is necessary prior to implementing the increased rates. In the event CHP is granted a rate increase, RCTC agrees to pay the increased rate. The following information are the CHP overtime rates effective Fiscal Year 2018/2019, until superseded: CLASSIFICATION OVERTIME RATE CHP Officer $97.43 per hour CHP M/C Officer $101.30 per hour CHP Sergeant $118.52 per hour CHP M/C Sergeant $123.24 per hour Office Assistant $31.69 per hour Word Processing Tech. $31.36 per hour Office Services Supervisor I $36.92 per hour CHP Vehicle $ 1.04 per mile CHP Motorcycle $ 1.43 per mile 77 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission Agreement #20R840000 Exhibit C, Page 1 of 4 EXHIBIT C (Standard Agreement) GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. APPROVAL: This Agreement is of no force or effect until signed by both parties and approved by the Department of General Services, if required. Contractor may not commence performance until such approval has been obtained. 2. AMENDMENT: No amendment or variation of the terms of this Agreement shall be valid unless made in writing, signed by the parties and approved as required. No oral understanding or Agreement not incorporated in the Agreement is binding on any of the parties. 3. ASSIGNMENT: This Agreement is not assignable by the Contractor, either in whole or in part, without the consent of the State in the form of a formal written amendment. 4. AUDIT: Contractor agrees that the awarding department, the Department of General Services, the Bureau of State Audits, or their designated representative shall have the right to review and to copy any records and supporting documentation pertaining to the performance of this Agreement. Contractor agrees to maintain such records for possible audit for a minimum of three (3) years after final payment, unless a longer period of records retention is stipulated. Contractor agrees to allow the auditor(s) access to such records during normal business hours and to allow interviews of any employees who might reasonably have information related to such records. Further, Contractor agrees to include a similar right of the State to audit records and interview staff in any subcontract related to performance of this Agreement. (Gov. Code §8546.7, Pub. Contract Code §10115 et seq., CCR Title 2, Section 1896). 5. INDEMNIFICATION: Contractor agrees to indemnify, defend and save harmless the State, its officers, agents and employees from any and all claims and losses accruing or resulting to any and all contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, laborers, and any other person, firm or corporation furnishing or supplying work services, materials, or supplies in connection with the performance of this Agreement, and from any and all claims and losses accruing or resulting to any person, firm or corporation who may be injured or damaged by Contractor in the performance of this Agreement. See Exhibit D, Special Terms and Conditions, Item 8 and 9. 6. DISPUTES: Contractor shall continue with the responsibilities under this Agreement during any dispute. 7. TERMINATION FOR CAUSE: The State may terminate this Agreement and be relieved of any payments should the Contractor fail to perform the requirements of this Agreement at the time and in the manner herein provided. In the event of such termination the State may proceed with the work in any manner deemed proper by the State. All costs to the State shall be deducted from any sum due the Contractor under this Agreement and the balance, if any, shall be paid to the Contractor upon demand. 8. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR: Contractor, and the agents and employees of Contractor, in the performance of this Agreement, shall act in an independent capacity and not as officers or employees or agents of the State. 78 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission Agreement #20R840000 Exhibit C, Page 2 of 4 EXHIBIT C (Standard Agreement) GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 9. RECYCLING CERTIFICATION: The Contractor shall certify in writing under penalty of perjury, the minimum, if not exact, percentage of post consumer material as defined in the Public Contract Code Section 12200, in products, materials, goods, or supplies offered or sold to the State regardless of whether the product meets the requirements of Public Contract Code Section 12209. With respect to printer or duplication cartridges that comply with the requirements of Section 12156(e), the certification required by this subdivision shall specify that the cartridges so comply (Pub. Contract Code §12205). 10. NON-DISCRIMINATION CLAUSE: During the performance of this Agreement, Contractor and its subcontractors shall not deny the contract’s benefits to any person on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, or military and veteran status, nor shall they discriminate unlawfully against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, or military and veteran status. Contractor shall insure that the evaluation and treatment of employees and applicants for employment are free of such discrimination. Contractor and subcontractors shall comply with the provisions of the Fair Employment and Housing Act (Gov. Code §12900 et seq.), the regulations promulgated thereunder (Cal. Code Regs., tit. 2, §11000 et seq.), the provisions of Article 9.5, Chapter 1, Part 1, Division 3, Title 2 of the Government Code (Gov. Code §§11135-11139.5), and the regulations or standards adopted by the awarding state agency to implement such article. Contractor shall permit access by representatives of the Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the awarding state agency upon reasonable notice at any time during the normal business hours, but in no case less than 24 hours’ notice, to such of its books, records, accounts, and all other sources of information and its facilities as said Department or Agency shall require to ascertain compliance with this clause. Contractor and its subcontractors shall give written notice of their obligations under this clause to labor organizations with which they have a collective bargaining or other agreement. (See Cal. Code Regs., tit. 2, §11105.) Contractor shall include the nondiscrimination and compliance provisions of this clause in all subcontracts to perform work under the Agreement. 11. CERTIFICATION CLAUSES: The CONTRACTOR CERTIFICATION CLAUSES contained in the document CCC 04/2017 are hereby incorporated by reference and made a part of this Agreement by this reference as if attached hereto. 12. TIMELINESS: Time is of the essence in this Agreement. 13. COMPENSATION: The consideration to be paid Contractor, as provided herein, shall be in compensation for all of Contractor's expenses incurred in the performance hereof, including travel, per diem, and taxes, unless otherwise expressly so provided. 14. GOVERNING LAW: This contract is governed by and shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of California. 79 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission Agreement #20R840000 Exhibit C, Page 3 of 4 EXHIBIT C (Standard Agreement) GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 15. ANTITRUST CLAIMS: The Contractor by signing this agreement hereby certifies that if these services or goods are obtained by means of a competitive bid, the Contractor shall comply with the requirements of the Government Codes Sections set out below. a. The Government Code Chapter on Antitrust claims contains the following definitions: 1) "Public purchase" means a purchase by means of competitive bids of goods, services, or materials by the State or any of its political subdivisions or public agencies on whose behalf the Attorney General may bring an action pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 16750 of the Business and Professions Code. 2) "Public purchasing body" means the State or the subdivision or agency making a public purchase. Government Code Section 4550. b. In submitting a bid to a public purchasing body, the bidder offers and agrees that if the bid is accepted, it will assign to the purchasing body all rights, title, and interest in and to all causes of action it may have under Section 4 of the Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. Sec. 15) or under the Cartwright Act (Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 16700) of Part 2 of Division 7 of the Business and Professions Code), arising from purchases of goods, materials, or services by the bidder for sale to the purchasing body pursuant to the bid. Such assignment shall be made and become effective at the time the purchasing body tenders final payment to the bidder. Government Code Section 4552. c. If an awarding body or public purchasing body receives, either through judgment or settlement, a monetary recovery for a cause of action assigned under this chapter, the assignor shall be entitled to receive reimbursement for actual legal costs incurred and may, upon demand, recover from the public body any portion of the recovery, including treble damages, attributable to overcharges that were paid by the assignor but were not paid by the public body as part of the bid price, less the expenses incurred in obtaining that portion of the recovery. Government Code Section 4553. d. Upon demand in writing by the assignor, the assignee shall, within one year from such demand, reassign the cause of action assigned under this part if the assignor has been or may have been injured by the violation of law for which the cause of action arose and (a) the assignee has not been injured thereby, or (b) the assignee declines to file a court action for the cause of action. See Government Code Section 4554. 16. CHILD SUPPORT COMPLIANCE ACT: For any Agreement in excess of $100,000, the contractor acknowledges in accordance with Public Contract Code 7110, that: a. The contractor recognizes the importance of child and family support obligations and shall fully comply with all applicable state and federal laws relating to child and family support enforcement, including, but not limited to, disclosure of information and compliance with earnings assignment orders, as provided in Chapter 8 (commencing with section 5200) of Part 5 of Division 9 of the Family Code; and b. The contractor, to the best of its knowledge is fully complying with the earnings assignment orders of all employees and is providing the names of all new employees to the New Hire Registry maintained by the California Employment Development Department. 80 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission Agreement #20R840000 Exhibit C, Page 4 of 4 EXHIBIT C (Standard Agreement) GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 17. UNENFORCEABLE PROVISION: In the event that any provision of this Agreement is unenforceable or held to be unenforceable, then the parties agree that all other provisions of this Agreement have force and effect and shall not be affected thereby. 18. PRIORITY HIRING CONSIDERATIONS: If this Contract includes services in excess of $200,000, the Contractor shall give priority consideration in filling vacancies in positions funded by the Contract to qualified recipients of aid under Welfare and Institutions Code Section 11200 in accordance with Pub. Contract Code §10353. 19. SMALL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION AND DVBE PARTICIPATION REPORTING REQUIREMENTS: a. If for this Contract Contractor made a commitment to achieve small business participation, then Contractor must within 60 days of receiving final payment under this Contract (or within such other time period as may be specified elsewhere in this Contract) report to the awarding department the actual percentage of small business participation that was achieved. (Govt. Code § 14841.) b. If for this Contract Contractor made a commitment to achieve disabled veteran business enterprise (DVBE) participation, then Contractor must within 60 days of receiving final payment under this Contract (or within such other time period as may be specified elsewhere in this Contract) certify in a report to the awarding department: (1) the total amount the prime Contractor received under the Contract; (2) the name and address of the DVBE(s) that participated in the performance of the Contract; (3) the amount each DVBE received from the prime Contractor; (4) that all payments under the Contract have been made to the DVBE; and (5) the actual percentage of DVBE participation that was achieved. A person or entity that knowingly provides false information shall be subject to a civil penalty for each violation. (Mil. & Vets. Code § 999.5(d); Govt. Code § 14841.) 20. LOSS LEADER: If this contract involves the furnishing of equipment, materials, or supplies then the following statement is incorporated: It is unlawful for any person engaged in business within this state to sell or use any article or product as a “loss leader” as defined in Section 17030 of the Business and Professions Code. (PCC 10344(e).) 81 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission CHP Agreement # 20R840000 Exhibit D page 1 of 2 EXHIBIT D (Standard Agreement) SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. The CHP and RCTC agree this Agreement may be canceled by either party with thirty (30) days advance written notice. 2. In the event of an emergency, this Agreement may be canceled by either party without prior notice. 3. The CHP and RCTC agree that this Agreement may be amended by written mutual consent of the parties hereto. 4. Unforeseen events may require CHP officer(s) to expend hours in excess of the original estimate. Any costs in excess of the original estimated amount will be processed by appropriate amendment to the Agreement, to reflect the actual costs incurred. 5. Additional charges may be assessed for CHP supplies, additional equipment utilized, damage to property repaired or replaced at state expense, which are directly related to the services provided herein, but only to the extent such supplies or additional equipment are specifically requested in writing by RCTC or such need for repair or replacement of property arises directly from RCTC gross misconduct or willful negligence with respect to the property. 6. Gifts, donations, or gratuities may not be accepted by CHP employees in their own behalf or in behalf of the Department, informal squad club, or other local funds. 7. Any dispute concerning a question of fact arising under the terms of this agreement which is not disposed within a reasonable period of time (ten days) by the parties normally responsible for the administration of this contract shall be brought to the attention of the Administrative Services Officer (or designated representative) of each organization for joint resolution. 8. As authorized by Government Code section 895.4, California Highway Patrol (CHP) shall defend, indemnify, and save harmless Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) and all of RCTC appointees, officers, and employees from and against any and all claims, suits, or actions for “injury” (as defined by Government Code section 810.8) arising out of the negligent or intentional acts or omissions of CHP, or CHP’s appointees, officers, employees, contractors, or subcontractors, during the course and scope of this Agreement. CHP shall reimburse RCTC for all expenses, including court costs and reasonable attorney fees, incurred by reason of such claims, suits or actions, or incurred in seeking indemnity or other recovery from CHP thereunder. 9. As authorized by Government Code section 895.4, RCTC shall defend, indemnify, and save harmless California Highway Patrol (CHP) and all of CHP’s appointees, officers, and employees from and against any and all claims, suits, or actions for “injury” (as defined by Government Code section 810.8) arising out of the negligent or intentional acts or omissions of RCTC, or RCTC appointees, officers, employees, contractors, or subcontractors, during the course and scope of this Agreement. RCTC shall reimburse CHP for all expenses, including court costs and reasonable attorney fees, incurred by reason of such claims, suits or actions, or incurred in seeking indemnity or other recovery from RCTC thereunder. 10. Neither termination nor completion of this Agreement shall release either CHP or RCTC from the obligations of Article 8 and 9 of these Special Terms and Conditions, so long as the claim, suit, action, or expense is predicated upon an event that occurred subsequent to the effective date of this Agreement and prior to the effective date of termination or completion of this Agreement. 82 Department of California Highway Patrol and Riverside County Transportation Commission CHP Agreement # 20R840000 Exhibit D page 1 of 2 SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS (Continued) 9. RCTC agrees to provide CHP with a resolution, motion, order or ordinance of the governing body, which authorizes execution of this Agreement, and indicates the individual who is authorized to sign the Agreement on behalf of RCTC. 83 AGENDA ITEM 8 Agenda Item 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: August 27, 2020 TO: Toll Policy and Operations Committee FROM: Jennifer Crosson, Toll Operations Manager Reinland Jones, Toll Technology Manager THROUGH: Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director SUBJECT: RCTC 91 Express Lanes Changeable Message Signs Maintenance Agreement STAFF RECOMMENDATION : This item is for the Committee to: 1) Award Agreement No. 21-31-004-00 to Daktronics, Inc. (Daktronics) for the maintenance and repair of the changeable message signs (CMS) for the 91 Express Lanes for a five -year term, in the amount of $148,775, plus a contingency amount of $14,878, for a total amount not to exceed $163,653; 2) Authorize the Chair or Executive Director, pursuant to legal counsel review, to finalize and execute the agreement on behalf of the Commission; 3) Authorize the Executive Director or designee to approve the use of the contingency amount as may be required for the agreement; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION : As part of the Commission’s responsibility to maintain the CMS for the 91 Express Lanes, the Commission entered into Agreement No. 17-31-045-00 with Daktronics in February 2017. The agreement is for a four-year term and expires in February 2021. To ensure continued maintenance and repair services beyond the current contract expiration, the Commission seeks to enter into a new maintenance and repair contract with Daktronics . DISCUSSION: In Agreement No. 17-31-045-00, the scope of services included twelve CMS along the 91 Express Lanes, six owned by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and six owned by the Commission. This provided the Commission and OCTA economies of scale on the cost of maintenance and repair services. This arrangement has worked well for both agencies, and Daktronics has provided satisfactory service. As the sign hardware and management software is proprietary to Daktronics, it is the only direct provider for ongoing support of the signs. Daktronics provides a support call center and on-site technicians as well as the replacement parts that could be required over the life of the agreement. There are no other direct providers that 84 Agenda Item 8 match the service level of Daktronics, and staff recommends a sole source agreement with Daktronics for an additional five years through February 1, 2026. Award of the agreement to Daktronics should result in minimizing operational risks related to the CMS. The introduction of the 15 Express Lanes will require the removal of one Commission 91 Express Lanes CMS sign and its replacement with a variable toll message sign (VTMS) to allow for a combined toll rate sign to display trip prices to both the 15 Express Lanes and the 91 Express Lanes. As a result, the new Daktronics contract will include eleven CMS , six for OCTA and five for the Commission. The 15 Express Lanes Toll Service Provide r will be responsible for the maintenance and repair services for the new VTMS. The CMS are vital to the 91 Express Lanes ’ operation; therefore, staff recommends the award of Agreement No. 21-31-004-00 to Daktronics for maintenance and repair of the CMS for a five -year term in the amount of $148,775, plus a 10 percent contingency amount of $14,878, for a total amount not to exceed $163,653. OCTA will reimburse the Commission $89,265 for the cost of its six CMS signs . The FY 2020/21 budget includes an amount for CMS maintenance and repair costs ; therefore , a budget adjustment is not required. Financial Information In Fiscal Year Budget: Yes N/A Year: FY 2020/21 FY2021/22+ Amount: $32,731* $130,922* (*Excludes OCTA reimbursement s totaling $89,265) Source of Funds: Toll Revenues; OCTA reimbursements Budget Adjustment: No N/A GL/Project Accounting No.: 009199 81041 00000 0008 591 31 81002 Fiscal Procedures Approved: Date: 08/13/2020 Attachment: Draft Agreement No. 21-31-004-00 with Daktronics 85 Proposal Date: 24 July 2020 Order No. E22428-2 Copyright © Daktronics, Inc. DF-2940 Rev-070115 Page 1 of 7 EXTENDED SERVICE AGREEMENT DAKTRONICS, INC. (‘Daktronics’) Revision I 201 Daktronics Drive Brookings, SD 57006 Phone: (800) 325-8766 Daktronics Contact: Stacey Lichtsinn-Schmidt Purchaser: Riverside County Transportation Commission Address: 4080 Lemon St Customer ID: 187939-001 City, State, Zip : Riverside, CA 92501-3609 Country: United States Phone: (951) 280-6369 Contact: Reinland Jones Email: rjones@rctc.org ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Riverside County Transportation Commission ('Purchaser') hereby agrees to purchase the services, peripherals and additional supplies (collectively, the ‘Services’) as described on Attachment A, subject to this Extended Service Agreement, the Terms and Conditions of Extended Service, and any and all applicable Attachments (collectively, the ‘Agreement’), which documents Purchaser has reviewed and agrees to accept. Term (Duration) of the Agreement Commencement Date: 1 February 2021 Expiration Date: 31 January 20__ Order No.: E22428-2 Original Job No.: C22428, C24679 Description of Services Provided Price & Payment Terms See Attachment A See Attachment B EQUIPMENT LIST Customer Name Original Job No. Description of Equipment covered under this Agreement Quantity Customer ID Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 LEMON ST, RIVERSIDE, CA 92501-3609 C22428 VF-2420-27X90-66-A, DFG, LTS, 5/8 HW 5 187939-001 Orange County Transportation Authority 550 S Main St, Orange, CA 92868-4506 C24679 VF-2420-27X90-66-A 6 188358-001 Unless specifically outlined in any Attachments or in the Agreement, this Agreement does not include the following: 1.Any applicable taxes. 2.Third party systems, hoist systems, and any ancillary equipment. Third party systems and ancillary equipment includes, but is not limited to, front end video control systems, audio systems, video processors and players, HVAC equipment, LCD screens, and static advertising panels. Daktronics will pass along any manufacturer’s warranty. For a list of products commonly excluded from the Standard Service and Extended Service scope and to view the manufacturer’s warranty, go to www.daktronics.com/exclusions. 3.Incorporation of accessories, attachments, software or other devices not furnished by Daktronics. For Internal Use Only Bill to Loc #: ___________________________ Bill to Contact:_________________________ Check #: ______________________________ 86 Proposal Date: 24 July 2020 Order No. E22428-2 Copyright © Daktronics, Inc. DF-2940 Rev-070115 Page 2 of 7 ATTACHMENT A PLATINUM PLUS® Services Scope of Services Services Included 1. Scheduled on-site labor to diagnose and/or replace failed electronic components. 2. Costs of Standard Access* to the Display/Equipment. 3. Daktronics parts coverage, which includes: 3.1. Daktronics Rapid Parts™ Exchange Program for available parts only. 3.2. Repair or replacement of failed electronic parts or assemblies. 3.3. Shipping of repaired or replaced failed electronic components from Daktronics. 4. Technical support via telephone during business hours as defined below. 5. Access to the Service Coordination Center. 6. One Annual Systems Check to include annual filter replacement. Systems check may be provided in conjunction with any service call. *Standard Access is defined as unrestricted access to the entire display/equipment with up to a 45’ aerial lift or bucket truck for an outdoor display or 30’ for an indoor display. As part of this Platinum Plus service agreement, you are entitled to Daktronics system's check preventative maintenance. Purchaser designates the following contact as a responsible party for scheduling and communication regarding preventative services. Name_______________________________________________ Email_______________________________________________ Phone_______________________________________________ Purchaser is responsible for maintaining the current contact information, in order for Daktronics to fulfill its preventative maintenance obligations. Platinum Plus shall not include nor be construed to include any service or support that is not expressly stated above in the definition of the Platinum Plus service. Examples of services that are not within the scope of Platinum Plus service include, but are not limited to, the following: •Display Cleanings. •Network Operations Monitoring services. •Costs of access to the display with articulating or specialty lifts or any use of scaffolding or special equipment to protect customer facilities. Above listed exclusions are available as billable services. Quotes may be provided upon request. BUSINESS HOURS: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm CST (excludes Daktronics observed holidays). INITIATED RESPONSE TIME: 1.Daktronics shall respond to service requests within sixteen (16) business hours. 2. On-site service is to be scheduled during the business hours defined above. Response is defined as Daktronics must begin to work on a solution to the issue. Purchaser Responsibilities The items listed below are the responsibility of the Purchaser. 1. Purchaser is responsible for routine operator functions such as content creation or scheduling. 2. Purchaser is responsible for management of customer-owned spare parts inventory. 3. Purchaser is responsible for the maintenance items listed below; failure to properly maintain equipment may, at Daktronics’ sole discretion, relieve Daktronics of its responsibilities under the Terms and Conditions of Extended Service attached hereto. 87 Proposal Date: 24 July 2020 Order No. E22428-2 Copyright © Daktronics, Inc. DF-2940 Rev-070115 Page 3 of 7 3.1. Throughout the term of this Agreement, Purchaser shall maintain site conditions within the common environmental range of all system devices as specified by Daktronics. 3.2. Purchaser is responsible for routine maintenance functions. 3.3. Purchaser is responsible for purchasing and maintaining antivirus software on all control devices connected to Daktronics equipment. (See Daktronics Knowledge Base for list of supported software. DD2079868 http://www.daktronics.com/Support/KB/Pages/Antivirus-software-recommendations.aspx) Platinum Plus® is a registered Daktronics trademark. This Agreement shall be subject to the attached Terms and Conditions of Extended Service. 88 Proposal Date: 24 July 2020 Order No. E22428-2 Copyright © Daktronics, Inc. DF-2940 Rev-070115 Page 4 of 7 ATTACHMENT B Payment Schedule Unless otherwise agreed below, payment for the Service Agreement must be paid in full on the Commencement Date. Please initial your selection: ______Option 1: PLATINUM PLUS® Services: $91,225.00 plus tax (includes after hours support & weekend on-site support) Commencement Date: 1 February 2021 Expiration Date: 31 January 2024 ______Option 2: PLATINUM PLUS® Services: $120,000.00 plus tax (includes after hours support & weekend on-site support) Commencement Date: 1 February 2021 Expiration Date: 31 January 2025 ______Option 3: PLATINUM PLUS® Services: $148,775.00 plus tax (includes after hours support & weekend on-site support) Commencement Date: 1 February 2021 Expiration Date: 31 January 2026 89 Proposal Date: 24 July 2020 Order No. E22428-2 Copyright © Daktronics, Inc. DF-2940 Rev-070115 Page 5 of 7 All invoices will be forwarded to Purchaser at the address indicated on page one (1) of this Agreement unless otherwise specified below: Billing Address: Company: Address: City, State, Zip: Country: Phone: Contact: Email: Purchaser hereby confirms that the Services are to be delivered at the address indicated on page one (1) of this Agreement unless otherwise specified below: Site Address: Company: Address: City, State, Zip: Country: ACCEPTANCE: In witness hereof, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement by and through their duly authorized officers. PURCHASER: Riverside County Transportation Commission By: _____________________________ Name/Title:_____________________________ Date: _________________ Signature Print or Type PURCHASER PO # ___________________________ DAKTRONICS, INC. By: _____________________________ Name/Title:_____________________________ Date: _________________ Signature Print or Type This form is an important part of your coverage. Please sign and return the entire Agreement to Daktronics, Inc. Once the signed Agreement is entered into our system, you will receive a copy for your records. Offer expires 60 days from P roposal D ate. 90 Proposal Date: 24 July 2020 Order No. E22428-2 Copyright © Daktronics, Inc. DF-2940 Rev-070115 Page 6 of 7 TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EXTENDED SERVICE 1. Scope of Extended Service Agreement. The scope of the Extended Service Agreement (the “Service Agreement”) covers the Equipment and any Software delivered by Daktronics that is delivered under the terms of the applicable software agreement between Purchaser and Daktronics, and shall also include those services defined on Attachment A, SCOPE OF SERVICES (excluding maintenance services which are the responsibility of Purchaser as defined on Attachment A or services which may be purchased for an additional fee) (the “Services”). Response Times are defined on Attachment A. 2. Contract Documents. The parties agree that any subsequently-issued Purchaser form, such as a purchase order, shall incorporate the terms and conditions of this Service Agreement. The provisions of this Service Agreement shall control in the event of any conflicting provision in Purchaser’s form. 3. Commencement Date. The Services shall begin upon the date stated as the 'Commencement Date' as detailed elsewhere in this agreement. 4. Conditions Precedent. Daktronics reserves the right to suspend its performance in the event Purchaser fails to: (a) make payment as required, (b) maintain the Equipment within the recommended environmental conditions, including but not limited to appropriate ventilation/air conditioning for its location (Air conditioning systems must be maintained according to manufacturer’s specifications), (c) perform preventative maintenance not included within this Service Agreement, or (d) perform any other obligation including, without limitation, complying with the terms of any software agreement between Purchaser and Daktronics. 5. Payment. Unless otherwise stated, the price is exclusive of federal, state and local taxes, including without limitation sales, use, excise, privilege, or transactional taxes, but excluding Daktronics’ income tax ('Tax'). Purchaser shall promptly pay upon demand such applicable Tax. Purchaser must present a valid exemption certificate if it claims any exemption from Tax. Late payments shall accrue interest at the rate of 1.5% per month or the highest amount permitted by law, whichever is lower. 6. Spare Parts Package. In the event the Equipment was purchased with a spare parts package, the parties acknowledge and agree that the spare parts package is designed to exhaust over the life of the Equipment and, as such, the replenishment of the package is not included in the scope of this Service Agreement. 7. Replacement Parts. Any replacement parts or Equipment will be new or serviceably used, comparable in function and performance to the original part or Equipment, and warranted for the remainder of the Warranty Period. Purchasing additional parts or Equipment from Daktronics does not extend the Warranty Period. 8 . Limitations of Coverage. This Service Agreement does not cover: (a) service due to: (i) inadequate or improper power, including without limitation a sudden surge of electrical power; (ii) improper handling, installation, adjustment, service, care, maintenance, storage or use of the Equipment; (iii) a Force Majeure Event; (iv) environmental conditions outside the Equipment’s technical specifications (including, without limitation excessive temperatures, corrosives, and metallic pollutants); (v) defects or failures occurring during a lapse in service coverage; (vi) incorporation of accessories, attachments, software or other devices or systems not furnished by Daktronics; or (vii) any other cause other than ordinary use; (b) the provision of replacement communication methods (such as wire, metallic or fiber optic cable, conduit, trenching or other solutions) for the purpose of overcoming local site interference; (c) wireless devices or services used for providing wireless connection to the Equipment (wireless devices and services provided by Daktronics are subject to Daktronics Terms and Conditions of Wireless Service available at https://www.daktronics.com/TermsConditions/DD3956286); (d) LED degradation or ultraviolet (UV) damage (degradation means the LED continues to emit light, but at some lesser level of brightness); (e) paint or refinishing the Equipment or furnishing material for this purpose; (f) pixel failure less than a total of .5% of the overall display, or in the case of free form elements, one entire element; (g ) electrical work external to the Equipment; (h ) batteries; (i ) third-party systems and other ancillary equipment including without limitation front-end video control systems, audio systems, video processors and players, HVAC equipment, and LCD screens; (j ) the security or functionality of End User’s network or systems, including anti-virus software updates; or (k) any physical damage which includes, but is not limited to, missing, broken, or cracked components resulting from non-electrical causes; altered, scratched, or fractured electronic traces; missing or gauged solder pads; cuts or clipped wires; crushed, cracked, punctured, or bent circuit boards; or tampering with any electronic connections. Further, in displays manufactured using cer tain LEDS as indicated by an M or WR (indicating LED type) in the display name, this Agreement does not cover pixel failure after five (5) years. 9. Actions that Void the Service Agreement. Daktronics shall be under no obligation to continue service under this Service Agreement if the Equipment or Software is: (a) moved from its location of initial installation or reinstalled without the prior written approval of Daktronics (unless the equipment was designed by Daktronics to be mobile), or (b) improperly repaired or altered in a manner inconsistent with the Equipment manufacturer’s standards or recommendations. 10. Service Providers. Daktronics may select the parties delivering services under this Service Agreement at its reasonable discretion. 11. Access to the Equipment. The Purchaser shall provide unfettered, solid, safe and unrestricted access to the Equipment (including, if requested, any installed Software) taking into account environmental or site conditions. Unless otherwise specified on Attachment A, the Purchaser shall be required to provide any lifts or access equipment. Additional equipment or personnel required for safety, as determined by Daktronics in its reasonable discretion, shall be billed separately on a time and material basis. 12. Adverse Conditions. In no event shall Daktronics be obliged to perform Services under this Service Agreement during the existence of Adverse Conditions. 'Adverse Conditions' include without limitation, the following: severe inclement weather, hazardous site conditions including infestations of animals or dangerous insects, saturated ground conditions, or residence or occupation by unauthorized personnel. The determination of a site condition as an Adverse Condition shall be at the reasonable discretion of Daktronics. Inaccessibility due to Adverse Conditions will exempt a location from coverage under this Service Agreement until such time as the Equipment becomes safely accessible once again. 13. Cooperation. Purchaser shall fully cooperate with Daktronics in connection with the service of the Equipment and Software. The Purchaser shall promptly notify Daktronics of Equipment and Software failure. Waiver of liability or other restrictions shall not be imposed as a requirement prior to accessing the site. 91 Proposal Date: 24 July 2020 Order No. E22428-2 Copyright © Daktronics, Inc. DF-2940 Rev-070115 Page 7 of 7 14.Return Items. All items returned to Daktronics must have a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number. For exchange items, the number is included with the shipment of the exchange unit. For repair items, an RMA number can be obtained by phone (800-325-8766), (International +1-605-697-4000), fax (605-697-4444) unless otherwise directed by Daktronics. 15.Shipping. When returning parts to Daktronics for repair or replacement, Purchaser assumes all risk of loss or damage, agrees to use any shipping containers, which might be provided by Daktronics, and agrees to ship the Equipment in the manner prescribed by Daktronics. If returning equipment within the United States or within Canada, all Equipment must be returned by Purchaser FOB Daktronics’ designated facility. If returning equipment across country borders, all Equipment must be returned by Purchaser DDP Daktronics’ designated facility per INCOTERMS 2010. Daktronics assumes all risk of loss or damage during return shipment to Purchaser and such Equipment shall be returned by Daktronics FOB or DDP Purchaser’s designated facility as appropriate. 16.Confidentiality. To the extent permitted by law, Purchaser shall consider all information furnished by Daktronics, including the terms and conditions of this Service Agreement, to be confidential and shall not disclose any such information to any other person, or use such information itself for any purpose other than fulfillment of this Service Agreement unless Purchaser first obtains written permission from Daktronics to do so. Purchaser shall provide confidential information only to those of its agents, servants, and employees who have been informed of the requirements of this paragraph and have agreed to be bound by them. The provisions of this paragraph shall survive termination of the Service Agreement. 17.Default. Daktronics reserves the right to terminate this Service Agreement and accelerate all amounts due and payable if: (a) Purchaser fails to make payment to Daktronics within ten days of the agreed payment dates, (b) Purchaser otherwise fails to comply with any material provision of this Service Agreement, or (c) any proceeding is filed by or against Purchaser in bankruptcy. Daktronics reserves all its rights (both legal and equitable) under the Agreement, applicable statutes, and the common law. If Purchaser fails to perform any covenant or obligation under this Service Agreement or any other agreement that Purchaser has with Daktronics, including without limitation the failure to pay when due any amounts owed to Daktronics, Daktronics shall be excused from the performance of any of its obligations under this Service Agreement and any other agreement it has with the Purchaser. Purchaser shall be liable for any and all costs and expenses (including reasonable attorney’s fees) incurred by Daktronics in enforcing any provision of this Service Agreement. 18.Indemnity. Daktronics shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Purchaser and their respective subsidiaries, officers, directors, shareholders, partners, employees, agents, insurers, successors and assigns from any third-party claims for liability, losses, damages, costs or expenses (collectively, 'Losses') to the extent that such Losses arise out of: (i) any negligent act or omission by Daktronics or its personnel, agents, subcontractors, or others engaged by Daktronics or under Daktronics’ control related to the execution of this Service Agreement; (ii) any claim against any indemnified party by reason of or alleging any unauthorized or infringing use by an indemnified party of any patent, process, trade secret, copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property right regarding the Equipment or the Software and its components; or, (iii) any fine or assessment with respect to any violation or alleged violation of any applicable laws regarding safety or health. The Purchaser shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Daktronics and its subsidiaries, officers, directors, shareholders, partners, representatives, employees, agents, insurers, successors and assigns of each of the foregoing from any and all Losses arising out of or in any way related to: (i) any negligent act or omission by the Purchaser or its personnel, agents, subcontractors, or others engaged by the Purchaser or under their control (other than Daktronics or its personnel, agents, subcontractors, or others engaged by Daktronics or under Daktronics’ control), o r (ii) any unauthorized or infringing use by an indemnified party of any patent, process, trade secret, copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property right. 19.Disclaimers; Limitation of Liability. Daktronics makes no representations or warranties under this Service Agreement. The damage limitation provided in this Service Agreement and the remedies stated herein shall be exclusive and shall be Purchaser’s sole remedies. THE PARTIES AGREE THAT IN NO EVENT WHATSOEVER SHALL THE LIABILITY OF EITHER PARTY EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE. IT IS AGREED THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL EITHER PARTY BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES, REGARDLESS OF CAUSE, WHETHER SUCH LOSSES ARISE DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM THE OTHER PARTY’S ACTS, OMISSIONS, OR BREACH. For the purposes of this Agreement, the Parties agree that “Consequential Damages” include, but are not limited to, loss of use, loss of profit, loss of business opportunity, and loss of advertising revenue. Purchaser explicitly accepts the provisions of this paragraph in return for the prices granted under the Service Agreement. Purchaser understands and agrees that the prices granted herein would be higher in the absence of this limitation of liability. No action against Daktronics shall be commenced more than one year after the accrual of the cause of action. Daktronics shall have no liability with respect to claims relating to or arising from use of third-party products and services. 20.Force Majeure. Both parties shall be excused from any liability under this Service Agreement for any delay in performance or failure to perform which delay or failure to perform is caused by circumstances which are beyond the reasonable control of that party, including without limitation acts of God, natural disaster, fire, flood, labor or material shortages, war, vermin, earthquakes, tsunami, acts of terrorism, etc. (a 'Force Majeure Event'). 21.A ssignment. Unless otherwise stated, this Service Agreement may not be assigned by either party without the prior written consent of the other party. 22.Miscellaneous. This Service Agreement shall be governed by the laws of state where the Services are provided without regard to its conflict of law principles. This Service Agreement is the product of negotiations between the parties hereto represented by counsel and any rules of construction relating to interpretation against the drafter of an agreement shall not apply to this Service Agreement and are expressly waived. This Service Agreement represents the entire agreement of the parties and supersedes any previous understanding or agreement regarding the Services. This Service Agreement may not be amended or altered in any manner except in a writing signed by both parties. This Service Agreement may be executed in counterparts. The Purchaser and Daktronics are not partners or joint venturers. If any part of this Service Agreement is in any manner held to be invalid, illegal, void, or to be in conflict with any law, then the validity of the remaining portions or provisions of this Service Agreement shall not be affected, and such part, term, paragraph or provision shall be construed and enforced in a manner designed to effectuate the intent expressed in this Service Agreement to the maximum extent permitted by law. 92 AGENDA ITEM 9 Agenda Item 9 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORATION COMMISSION DATE: August 27, 2020 TO: Toll Policy and Operations Committee FROM: Jennifer Crosson, Toll Operations Manager THROUGH: Michael Blomquist, Toll Program Director SUBJECT: Riverside Express AAA Rewards and Discounts Program STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to receive and file a presentation on the Riverside Express AAA Rewards and Discounts program. BACKGROUND INFORMATION : The Commission has entered into an agreement with Automobile Club of Southern California (AAA) for inclusion of the Riverside Express customer accounts in the AAA Rewards and Discounts program. AAA is valued strategic partner of the Commission and this agreement will allow the Commission to leverage the AAA brand value with new account holders. The Rewards and Discounts program will be advertised on the new Riverside Express and AAA websites. New Riverside Express account holders will receive an additional (two) free weeks in tolls on the 15 Express Lanes. In addition, the AAA and Commission agreement also provides for the promotion of the 15 Express Lanes in the fall Westways magazine. This item is a presentation for the Committee to receive and file. Attachment: Westways Draft – The New 15 Express Lanes 93 The New 15 Express Lanes The 15 Express Lanes in Riverside County will be opening in late 2020. This $472 million project adds two new tolled express lanes in both directions from Route 60 in Jurupa Valley/Eastvale to Cajalco Road in Corona, a distance of about 15 miles. Additionally the 15/91 Express Lanes Connector is slated to be completed by 2023, providing a seamless transition between the 15 Express Lanes and the 91 Express Lanes. Commuters will benefit from more capacity on Interstate 15. Express Lane users will be required to have a FasTrak® transponder to pay tolls. Carpools with three or more will receive a discount while using a FasTrak Flex® switchable transponder. If you already have a FasTrak or FasTrak Flex transponder, you are all set to drive on the 15 Express Lanes. The Riverside Express Customer Service Center will also be opening in late 2020 and will provide account management and customer service support for the 15 Express Lanes. Auto Club members who open a new account with Riverside Express are eligible to get the first two weeks of tolls free on the new 15 Express Lanes. To open a new Riverside Express FasTrak account or for more information, visit RiversideExpress.com. Westways Draft 94 15 EXPRESS LANES AND AAA DISCOUNTS AND REWARDS PROGRAM Toll Policy and Operations Committee August 27, 2020 Jennifer Crosson, Toll Operations Manager 1 Discounts and Rewards Program 2 •15 Express Lanes accounts to be promoted through the AAA discounts and rewards program •AAA members will receive two weeks of free toll usage on the 15 Express Lanes Three Paths to Discount 3 1.From AAA website 2.From Riverside Express website 3.Riverside Express walk in center From AAA website 4 Calif.AAA.com •Discounts and Rewards Page •Validate AAA Membership •Provides direct link to Riverside Express account opening page RiversideExpress.com •Open account •Assign two week free 15 Express Lanes toll discount 5 RiversideExpress.com •Visit open account page •Select AAA offer •Enter membership number •System validates number •Complete account opening process •Set account for two free weeks Commission Value 6 •Continued strategic partnership with AAA •Introduce Riverside Express brand alongside an established, credible, respected brand •Increase Riverside Express account openings 7 The New 15 Express Lanes The 15 Express Lanes in Riverside County will be opening in late 2020.This $472 million project adds two new tolled express lanes in both directions from Route 60 in Jurupa Valley/Eastvale to Cajalco Road in Corona, a distance of about 15 miles. Additionally the 15/91 Express Lanes Connector is slated to be completed by 2023, providing a seamless transition between the 15 Express Lanes and the 91 Express Lanes. Commuters will benefit from more capacity on Interstate 15.Express Lane users will be required to have a FasTrak® transponder to pay tolls. Carpools with three or more will receive a discount while using a FasTrak Flex® switchable transponder. If you already have a FasTrak or FasTrak Flex transponder, you are all set to drive on the 15 Express Lanes. The Riverside Express Customer Service Center will also be opening in late 2020 and will provide account management and customer service support for the 15 Express Lanes. Auto Club members who open a new account with Riverside Express are eligible to get the first two weeks of tolls free on the new 15 Express Lanes.To open a new Riverside Express FasTrak account or for more information, visit RiversideExpress.com. Westways Draft QUESTIONS??? 8 AGENDA ITEM 10 Agenda Item 10 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: August 27, 2020 TO: Toll Policy and Operations Committee FROM: Lisa Mobley, Clerk of the Board THROUGH: John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: Election of Officers STAFF RECOMMENDATION : This item is for the Toll Policy and Operations Committee to conduct an election of officers for 2021 – Chair and Vice Chair. BACKGROUND INFORMATION : At its April 11, 2018 Executive Committee meeting, the Executive Committee approved the formation of a standing Toll Policy and Operations Committee . Subject to supervision by the Commission, the jurisdiction of the Toll Policy and Operations Committee shall be as follows: policies involving the Commission’s toll facilities, setting tolls or rates, considering contracts with vendors working on the toll program, statewide and federal legislative issues regarding tolling, outreach and marketing of the toll facilities, interactions with neighboring jurisdictions regarding toll matters, user-based funding programs and future opportunities for toll facility development in Riverside County. This committee meets on the fourth Thursday of February, May, August, and November, except when the fourth Thursday falls on a holiday, at 11:00 a.m. at the offices of the Commission. Membership shall be comprised of up 11 regular members of the Commission selected by the Chair. The election of officers for the full Commission and its Committees are held on an annual basis. Commissioners Brian Berkson (Chair) and Lloyd White (Vice Chair) were elected as the Toll Policy and Operations Committee’s officers in August 2018. Once the election for 2021 is conducted, the new Chair and Vice Chair will assume the positions at the next committee meeting. Once the election has been conducted, the new Chair and Vice Chair will immediately be seated in their new positions. Past Chair of the Toll Policy and Operations Committee are as follows: 2019 – Brian Berkson, City of J urupa Valley 2020 – Brian Berkson, City of Jurupa Valley 95 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Lisa Mobley, Clerk of the Board DATE: August 20, 2020 SUBJECT: G.C. 84308 Compliance – Potential Conflict of Interest California Government Code 84308 states a Commissioner may not participate in any discussion or action concerning a contract or amendment if a campaign contribution of more than $250 is received in the past 12 months or 3 months following the conclusion from a bidder or bidder’s agent. This prohibition does not apply to the awarding of contracts that are competitively bid. The Commission’s procurement division asks potential vendors to disclose any contributions made to the campaigns of any Commissioner as part of their submitted bid packets. As an additional precaution, those entities are included below in an effort to give Commissioners opportunity to review their campaign statements for potential conflicts. Please note the entities listed in this memo are not encompassing of all potential conflicts and are in addition to any personal conflicts of interest such as those disclosed on Statement of Economic Interests – Form 700 or prohibited by Government Code Section 1090. Please contact me should you have any questions. Agenda Item No. 8 – RCTC 91 Express Lanes Changeable Message Signs Maintenance Agreement Consultant(s): Daktronics, Inc. Sarah Licht, Service Manager 201 Daktronics Drive Brookings, SD 57071 From: Tara Byerly To: Tara Byerly Cc: Lisa Mobley; John Standiford; Anne Mayer Bcc: Subject: RCTC: August To Po icy an Operations Committee Agen a - August 27, 2020 Date: Thursday, August 20, 2020 11:52:00 AM Attachments: imaae001.pnq imaae002.pnq imaae003.pnq imaae004.pnq imaae005.pnq Conflict of Interest Form.pdf Conflict of Interest Memo.pdf Good morning Committee Members, The August Agenda for the Toll Policy and Operations Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 27 @ 11:00 a.m. via Zoom is available. https://www.rctc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/August-TPOC-Agenda.pdf Pursuant to Governor Newsom's Executive Order N-29-20, (March 18, 2020), the Governing Board meeting will only be conducted via video conferencing and by telephone. Please follow the instructions below to join the meeting remotely. For any questions regarding the Zoom meeting or to schedule a test run, please contact Lisa Mobley at ImoblevPrctc.org or 951- 288-2680. Join Zoom Meeting httrs://us02web.zoom.us/j/84743091785 Meeting ID: 847 4309 1785 One tap mobile +16699006833„84743091785# US Meeting ID: 847 4309 1785 Also attached for your information is the conflict of interest memo and the conflict of interest form for your use. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you, Tara Byerly Deputy Clerk of the Board Riverside County Transportation Commission 951.787.7141 W |951.787.7906 F 4080 Lemon St. 3rd Fl.| P.O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502 rctc.org RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TOLL POLICY AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE ROLL CALL AUGUST 27, 2020 Present Absent City of Beaumont  X City of Calimesa X  City of Eastvale X  City of Indian Wells X  City of Jurupa Valley X  City of Perris X  City of Wildomar X 