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01 January 23, 2006 Transit Policy• • RECORDS 75645 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TRANSIT POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA TIME: 10:30 a.m. DATE: Monday, January 23, 2006 LOCATION: Board Chambers, l' Floor County of Riverside Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside *** COMMITTEE MEMBERS *** Terry'Henderson, City of La Quinta, Chairman Frank West, City of Moreno Valley, Vice -Chairman Roger Berg, City of Beaumont John Chlebnik, City of Calimesa Frank Hall, City of Norco Dick Kelly, City of Palm Desert Daryl Busch, City. of Perris Steve Adams, City of Riverside Jeff Stone, County of Riverside John F. Tavaglione, County of Riverside Roy Wilson, County of Riverside *** STAFF *** Cathy Bechtel, Project Delivery Director Tanya Love, Program Manager *** AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY *** Review items and make recommendations to the Commission on the following: . . • Policy directions to prepare for transit vision and to bring regional perspective to transit Monitor transit implementation • Performance of transit operators and its services The Committee welcomes comments. If you wish to provide comments to the Committee, please complete and submit a Testimony Card to the Clerk of the Board. 11.36.39 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TRANSIT POLICY COMMITTEE www.rctc.org AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda 10:30 a.m. Monday, January 23, 2006 BOARD ROOM County of Riverside Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Government Code Section 54954.2, if you need special assistance to participate in a Committee meeting, please contact the Clerk of the Commission at (951) 787-7141. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to meeting time will assist staff in assuring that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility at the meeting. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. ROLL CALL 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES — JULY 18, 2005 5. 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.) 6. STATUS REPORT: ROUTE PRODUCTIVITY, CAPITAL PROJECTS, 2009 MEASURE "A" ALLOCATION AND TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT ACT FUNDING Overview • Transit Policy Committee Agenda January 23, 2006 Page 2 This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and file the Capital Project Status reports; 2) Direct staff to have the transit operators add to their quarterly capital grant reports, the number of projects completed (per quarter), the dollar amount associated with those projects as well as whether any funds were deobligated and/or lapsed (by fiscal year); 3) Adopt the timeline for the 2009 Measure `A" Allocation and Transportation Development Act funding discussion; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. 7. ADJOURNMENT — The next meeting is scheduled to be held on April 24, 2006 at 10:30 a.m. • AGENDA ITEM 4 MINUTES RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TRANSIT POLICY COMMITTEE COMMISSIONER SIGN -IN SHEET January 23, 2006 1 NAME AGENCY E MAIL ADDRESS (Ft L(A vcA ,Ce. I Li F2- Iwk besr, t 52 LA-140 I N/nrzcv fshAt1128eao%co1r/ i—C.,4-NK /LL 54,,01(vx ( jy1_, 1-0/T---C-5 ,,.(.;0,‘oil l'Z, L "'g •Ca-t d'S 4 Yt, L j3 ti /•0 0,- ( jop-A) e#L_Egi4CK CAL/riESA JMCHZ s/i`IKCp/9- /'/shi, Goiy I 1 I • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TRANSIT POLICY COMMITTEE July 18, 2005 Minutes 1. CALL TO ORDER Chairman Ameal Moore called the meeting to order at 1:10 p.m., on Monday, July 18, 2005 in the County of Riverside Administrative Center,,5"' Floor Conference Room, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, and at the video conference site at the County of Riverside District 4 Office, 73-710 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert. . ROLL CALL Members Present: Members Absent: Jeff Fox Frank Hall Terry Henderson Dick Kelly Jeff Stone John Tavaglione Jeff Miller Ameal Moore Frank West Roy Wilson* *Video conference site. Self introductions of Committee members and attendees followed. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (Henderson/Kelly) to approve the minutes of the January 6, 2005 and March 21, 2005 meetings. Abstained: Jeff Fox Frank Hall (March 21, 2005 minutes) Transit Policy Committee Minutes July 18, 2005 Page 2 5. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS A revision to Agenda .Item No. 7, "Trans portation Development Act Funds and Summary of Federal Funding Charts", were distributed to the Committee members. 6. ELECTION OF OFFICERS M/S/C (Kelly/Miller) to nominate Commissioner Terry Henderson as Chair and Commissioner Frank West as Vice -Chair for Fiscal Year 2005-2006. Commissioners Terry Henderson and Frank West were unanimously elected as Chair and Vice Chair, respectively. At this time Commissioner Henderson assumed the Chair. 7. RIDERSHIP, OPERATING COST, FAREBOX, AND CAPITAL PROJECT ANALYSIS: RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSIT OPERATORS Tanya Love, Program Manager, provided an overview of FY 2000-01 through FY 2005-06 ridership trends. As previously reported, operating cost for transit services increased between 26% and 110% during FY 2000-01 through FY 2002-03. She then reviewed in detail: 1) Actual ridership, operating expenses and passenger fare subsidies comparing FY 2000-01 through FY 2003-04, by transit agency; 2) Ridership, operating expenses and passenger fare subsidies comparing FY 2003-04 (actual) through FY 2005-06 (projected), by transit agency; and, 3) Ridership, operating expenses and passenger fare subsidy data for public bus and commuter rail for the same period. The report is based on Committee direction to staff at the July meeting to bring back a report with analysis and discussion on the disparity between ridership and operating costs. The report and data included in the report is an outcome of a number of meetings held with transit agency staff. She also noted that some of the operating costs are beyond transit operator's control, i.e., workers compensation, liability insurance and fuel costs. The farebox return between 10% and 20% is a State mandate and it depends on the type of transit service and the service area. Data for the Commuter Rail Program is based on the three lines operated in Riverside County and it is not system wide. The revised chart distributed to the Committee today was to correct a couple of discrepancies on Page 4 of the agenda item - Banning was omitted when the chart was originally made and TDA allocation will be done when the FY 2003-04 financial audit is completed, and Sunline's major purchases this year shows an overage but this includes prior year's capital purchase. • • Transit Policy Committee Minutes July 18, 2005 Page 3 Tanya Love reviewed the transit operators' capital projects and stated that many of the line items have unspent fund balances. The transit operators noted in their .report to the Committee at a previous meeting that capital projects that were funded between FY 1996-97 and FY 2002-03 will be completed no later than December 2006. Changes in project completion dates that may extend project timeline and negatively impact grant funding will be submitted to the Committee and/or Commission for their review and consideration. To date, no requests for time extensions have been received by staff. Eric Haley, Executive Director, suggested that the Commission review the base line figures, adopt the productivity improvement program and the start deliberation on allocation of $390 Million in new Measure "A" funds commencing in 2009. Chair Henderson asked if there was a general consensus among the operators on the base line that was presented by staff, and Tanya Love noted that the data in Attachment 1 was furnished by the transit operators. Thus, all are in agreement that this information is correct. Commissioner Jeff Fox asked if the Attachment 1 chart was reviewed by the Commission and Tanya Love responded that it was not presented to the Commission as the item was a hearing and approval of allocation of federal funds. Eric Haley suggested that staff's report include a breakdown of individual operators. Commissioner Jeff Miller expressed concern about the escalating increase in operating cost over the four years and he is interested in reviewing the cause(s) for the funding increase in order to avoid not having sufficient funds to provide transit service in four to five years. At this point, the transit operators provided power point presentations to the Committee on information specific to their agency. Commissioner Dick Kelly requested the expense and ridership graphs be separated for clarity. Transit Policy Committee Minutes July 18, 2005 Page 4 In response to Commissioner Miller's request for policy direction, Dr. John Husing noted what he believes to be three critical policy areas: 1) obligation for ADA and Dial -a -Ride; 2) priority of supplying mobility to rural/outlying areas; and, 3) balance of Commission obligations. Chair Henderson requested an analysis from all transit operators on workers' compensation and concurred with Commissioner Kelly request for a revision of the graphs for presentation to the Commission. Commissioner Miller emphasized the importance to continue working through the committee process and with the transit operators to address the issues. Commissioner Frank Hall recommended the Commission set policy standards to allocate funds. M/S/C (Hall/Kelly) that the Committee: 1) Receive and file the status report on Ridership, Operating Costs, Farebox, and Capital Project Analysis for Riverside County Transit Operators; and, 2) Forward to the Commission and request guidance to the Transit Policy Committee on next steps. 8. ADJOURNMENT There being no other items to be discussed by the Transit Policy Committee, Chair Henderson adjourned the meeting at 3:25 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Naty Kopenhaver Clerk of the Board AGENDA ITEM 6 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 23, 2006 TO: Transit Policy Committee FROM: Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Stephanie Wiggins, Regional Programs Director SUBJECT: Status Report: Route Productivity, Capital Projects, 2009 Measure "A" Allocation and Transportation Development Act Funding STAFF RECOMMENDATION: 1) Receive and file the Capital Project Status reports; 2) Direct staff to have the transit operators add to their quarterly capital grant reports, the number of projects completed (per quarter), the dollar amount associated with those projects as well as whether any funds were deobligated and/or lapsed (by fiscal year); 3) Adopt the timeline for the 2009 Measure "A" Allocation and Transportation Development Act funding discussion; and 4) Forward to the Commission for final action. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The following two significant recommendations were made in RCTC's FY 2000/01 FY 2002/03 Triennial Performance Audit: 1) Create a vision of transit service for Riverside County; and 2) Establish a transit committee to provide policy direction. At the May 2004 Commissioners' retreat, Ordinance No. 04-003 was adopted creating the Transit Policy Committee (TPC) to discuss, develop and submit policy direction relating to transit matters for Commission action. At that meeting, the following seven policy issues were identified: POLICY ISSUE STATUS 1) State -mandated farebox recovery ratio policy (AB 813) Completed 2) Route productivity In Process 3) Reserves: What, if any, is appropriate level? Completed 4) Funds allocated, unclaimed: Tied to operator? Return to apportionment area? Completed 5) Accrual of interest on allocated, unclaimed funds No longer an issue' 6) Timeliness of spending allocated capital funds In Process 7) Allocation of 2009 Measure "A" funds: Western Riverside Discussion to commence in 2006 As the above chart indicates, much progress has been made on the seven policy items identified in May 2004 as three of the items have been completed, two are "in process", and one is no longer applicable. Only one, the allocation of Measure"A" funds for Western County, has not yet been addressed. The intent of this agenda item is to memorialize the various recommendations made at the September.2005 Commission meeting, provide an update of progress made since the last TPC meeting as well as to seek TPC policy direction on the remaining policy issues, which consist of the following items: 1) Route productivity; 2) Timeliness of spending capital funds; and 3) Allocation of 2009 Measure "A" & TDA Funds: Western Riverside The following status report is provided on the remaining three policy issues: Route Productivity As defined by Section 99244 of the Public Utilities Code (PUC), the Commission must annually identify, analyze and recommend potential productivity improvements which could lower the cost of transit operations. While reviewing and analyzing individual route productivity should remain with the transit operators and their governing boards, the Commission has a fiduciary responsibility to ensure that transit operators are utilizing Transportation Development Act (TDA) funds efficiently and effectively. Historically, Riverside County transit operators utilize TDA funding for well over 50% of their operating and capital budgets. To be eligible. for TDA funding, transit operators must maintain a minimum ratio of fare revenues to operating costs of at least 10% for non -urbanized areas and 20% for urbanized areas (PUC Section 99268.2). As noted in earlier staff reports, some transit operators have had difficulty in meeting the State -mandate over the past several years. Staff believes that the recently reaffirmed Productivity Improvement Program (PIP) will assist transit operators, Commission staff and policy makers in reviewing productivity, which is one of: the tools that can be utilized in helping to meet the State's requirements for receiving TDA funding. The PIP, which will be fully implemented in FY 2006/07, establishes performance targets that transit operators should strive to meet when developing their Short Range Transit Plans (SRTP). ' The issue of allocatinginterestto unclaimed funds is no longer relevant as unclaimed funds (due to lower than anticipated operating or capital costs) are returned to the area's apportionment balance as a result of policy action taken on October 18, 2004. The following table provides an overview of the PIP performance indicators: Performance Indicator Method for Establishing Performance Targets 1) Operating Cost per Revenue Hour Increases no more than CPI 2) Farebox Recovery Ratio2 Per PUC requirements and RCTC policy 3) Subsidy per Passenger +/- 15% variance 4) Subsidy per Passenger Mile +/- 15% variance 5) Subsidy per Revenue Hour +/- 15% variance 6) _ Subsidy per Revenue Mile +/- 15% variance 7) Passengers per Revenue Hour +/- 15% variance 8) Passengers per Revenue Mile +/- 15% variance 9) Ridership Growth Goal: 2% minimum growth annually (Applies to Commuter Rail only) 10) Passenger Miles per Revenue Car Goal: 30 passengers per revenue: car mile. (Applies to Commuter Rail only) Targeted Performance Indicators will be used by transit operators as they prepare their SRTPs. The first two performance targets (Operating Cost per Revenue Hour and Farebox Recovery Ratio) are mandatory per PUC requirements. Transit operators will prepare their agency's SRTP to meet a minimum of three of :the remainingeight performance targets. As detailed in the following table, based on actual numbers, comparing FY 2000/01 to FY 2003/04, systemwide ridership increased 9%, operating expenses increased 23% and passenger fares increased 27% over the four year period. Between FY 2003/04 (actual) and FY 2005/06 (projected), ridership is projected to increase 5%, total operating expenses are projected to increase by 14% and passenger fares are projected to increase by 18%. 2 RCTC's Commuter Rail Program has a 20% State -mandated farebox recovery ratio; however, program staff has established a goal of 40% for farebox recovery. SUMMARY FY 2000/01 /,�..,� (Actual) FY 2001/02 (Actual) FY 2002/03 (Aa) FY 2003/04 '''�L� FpY,�.,2AN05 (Actual) '} 63K'4 s (' ejected) FpY.�2ilOsros ("'qd a ,� ,"�,"•�"',',�.-a.';-e Ridership 13,118,470 13,497,981 13,828,071 14,350,070 ib+ `-'a 14,834,180 15,046648 Trial Operating Expel $ 64,664,218 $ 68,529,817 $ 74283,099 $ 79614,594 1 3.. ,� $ 86,694,285 $ 91,209,459 u1 Pas,c171r Fares $ 16,801,860 $ 17,715.747 $ 20,015,834 $ 21,415,3M a' $ 22,630,826 $ 25,211,675 COMMUTER RAIL FY 2000i01 (Actual) FY 2001/02 (Actual) FY 2002I03 (Actual) FY 2003404 (Actual) 8l k tl'�iy � ' FY 2004/05 I e� FY 200506 (Rejected) tl-.. Ridership 1,862,239 1,935,535 2,248,265 2,458,920 a '. Z514,952 2,765,418 �a"a Total Operating Expenses $ 17,799,900 $ 18,858,100 $ 20,695,600 $ 20668,500 4 $ 23,149,900 $ 23,958,933 , Passgger Fares $ 8,515,271 $ 9,190,911 $ 11,294,288 $ 12,104,730 = ;. ': .g> $ 13,061,400 $ 13,768,400 PUBLIC BUS Fvza0anl (Actual) _ FY 2001/02 (Actual) • FY2oozro3 (Actual) Fv2oo3roa (Actual) ��� ='FY2ooa/w . rs b9. J (ggeoted) F`r2aosroe (pyectcd)99, 12,281,230'? RdersNp 11,256,231 11,562,446 11,379,802 11,891,1a) ° '.- 12,319,228 Total Operating Expenses $ 46,864,318 $ 49,670,717 $ 53,597,499 $ 58,946,094 ... ; $ 63,544,385 $ 67,250,526 �, Passenger Fares $ 8,286,589 $ 8,524,836 $ 8,721,546 $-9,310,643 $ 9,549,426 $ - 11.443275 Increase in operating costs was identified in the FY 2000/01 — FY 2002/03 Triennial Performance Audit, and will, in all likelihood, be identified as an on -going concern in the next performance audit which is scheduled to be completed in FY 2006/07. Computerized Tracking Although transit operators submit ridership and operating costs data to the Commission on a quarterly basis, a recommendation was made in RCTC's performance audit to strengthen analytical capabilities to oversee operator performance. Further, it was recommended that: "RCTC should develop a computer -based program that displays useful interpretations of performance data. The program should be able to directly interface with the information submitted on a quarterly basis by each operator, and provide linkages to previous data to form trends." At the September 2005 Commission meeting, staff was directed to pursue the development of a computer -based program to assist with data analysis. Since that time, various meetings have been held with transit operators as well as a representative of TransTrack, a computer tracking program which Commission staff believe will improve the data collection capabilities and reduce the time commitment that is currently required for data analysis. Most recently, the Commission gave approval to enter into an agreement to implement the TransTrack system; contract negotiations are underway and the first kick-off meetings are scheduled to occur in February 2006. It is staffs belief that the computerized tracking program will provide the analytical tools necessary to assist with the issue of productivity as it relates to the disparity between ridership and operating costs. s CAPITAL PROJECTS Riverside County transit operators continue to have a number of outstanding/remaining capital projects that have been fully funded with local, state and federal funds. As a condition offunding, transit operators submit capital grant progress reports to the Commission on a quarterly basis. The reports include the total project costs for each capital project line item together with milestone data detailing the progress made in delivering the capital project(s). In September 2004, staff from the Cities of Banning, Beaumont, Corona and Riverside together with staff from the Riverside Transit Agency, SunLine Transit Agency, and RCTC's Commuter Rail program provided an oral presentation of open capital projects covering FY 1996/97 through FY 2002/03. Staff from PVVTA provided a written report. As a result of the September TPC meeting, direction was given that any changes in project completion dates, extending the capital project's time line, that may negatively impact the grant funding, be submitted to the TPC for further consideration. Transit agency staff stated that the 81 projects (as of September 2004) will be completed by December 2006. The following chart provides an overview, by agency, of open capital projects. For comparison purposes, a summary of the "Number of Open Projects" is provided for September 2004 and December 2005: FY 1996/97 through FY 2002/03 Apportionment Area/Agency Number of Open Projects Funds Allocated for Identified Capital Projects Balance of Unspent Funds 9/2004 12/20053 WESTERN RIVERSIDE Banning 3 1 $ 7,000 $ 4,662 Beaumont 9 8 $198,000 $108,135 Corona 3 1 $260,000 $ 32,714 Riverside 2 2 $700,000 $18,839 RTA 32 24 $5,262,867 $5,262,867 RCTC's Commuter Rail 11 6 $24,478,322 $12,257,971 Subtotal: WRC 60 42 $30,906,190 $17,685,188 COACHELLA VALLEY SunLine Transit Agency 21 10 $3,833,357 $1,714,951 Subtotal: CV 21 10 $3,833,357 $1,714,951 PALO VERDE VALLEY PVVTA 0 0 $ -0- $ 00 Subtotal: PVVTA 0 0 $ -0- $ 00 TOTAL 814 52 $34,739,547 $19,400,139 3 Commuter Rail's report is through September, 2005. Metrolink compiles quarterly grant information; however, December's information was not available at time of developing this staff report. While significant headway has been made in closing out some of the old grants, much work still needs to be done. On an on -going basis, additional capital grant funds are allocated to the transit operators through the SRTP process. The following chart highlights the open capital grants covering FY 2003/04 through FY 2005/06: FY 2003/04 — FY 2005/06 Apportionment Area/Agency No. of Open Projects Funds Allocated for Identified Capital Projects Balance of Unspent Funds WESTERN RIVERSIDE Banning 9 $164,206 $137,980 Beaumont 8 $233,000 $223,000 Corona 10 $1,733,000 $1,609,001 Riverside 8 $1,360,000 $1,073,111 RTA 53 $22,596,966 $22,596,966 RCTC's Commuter Rail 15 $14,556,614 $14,578,113 Subtotal: WRC 103 $40,643,786 $40,218,171 COACHELLA VALLEY SunLine Transit Agency 21 $15,200,293 $15,101,271 Subtotal: CV 21 $15,200,293 $15,101,271 PALO VERDE VALLEY PVVTA 9 $277,970 $150,950 Subtotal: PVVTA 9 $277,970 $150,950 TOTAL 133 $56,122,049 $55,470,392 In summary, there are a total of 185 open capital projects for FY 1996/97 through FY 2005/06. (Attachment 1 consists of a list of projects by transit agency). Staff estimates that an additional 50 projects will be identified in the FY 2006/07 SRTP cycle. Given the number of open capital line items, the age of the projects, the change in anticipated completion dates as well as the funding commitment, staff recommends that transit operators be directed to add to their quarterly capital grant reports, the number of projects completed (per quarter), the dollar amount associated with those projects as well as whether any funds were deobligated and/or lapsed. It is staffs belief that this additional information will be beneficial in further strengthening the Commission's capital grant tracking program as part of our fiduciary oversight responsibilities. Measure "A" and TDA Formula Funding ° In October, 2004, transit agency staff reported that all of the 81 projects will be completed no later than December, 2006. I • The remaining policy issue that needs to be addressed by the TPC is the allocation of Measure "A" funding for four program areas in Western Riverside as well as fund allocation in the Coachella Valley. To assist with this discussion, Attachment 2 is an excerpt from Ordinance No. 02-001, the Measure "A" Expenditure Plan for 2009 through 2039, which identifies $390M available in transit funding for commuter rail expansion, implementation of intercity bus services and the continuance and expansion of programs to assist the elderly, disabled and commuters in western Riverside. The prevailing policy question is the dollar amount which should be set aside for each of the following program areas: $390,000,000: ➢ Commuter Rail ➢ Intercity Bus Note: Maximum of $255M available for Commuter Rail and Intercity Bus ➢ Specialized Transit ($85M — minimum threshold) ➢ Commuter Assistance ($50M — minimum threshold) In addition to the $390M set aside for Western Riverside, approximately $188M in Measure "A" funding has been identified for transit services in Coachella Valleys for public transit and specialized transportation services. The current TDA funding formula for Western County is 78% for bus and 22% for commuter rail. When the 78%/22% funding formula was approved, a timeline was established to review the funding formula in FY 2007/08 with proposed changes, if any, to be implemented in FY 2009/10. From a policy perspective, staff believes it is beneficial to review both the Measure "A" and TDA funding formula simultaneously. This process should further assist the Commission in developing a vision of transit service for Riverside County. Attachment 3 is an overview, by apportionment area, of the 2009 Measure "A" funding and current TDA funding split (Western Riverside). Attachment 4 is a proposed timeline to assist with the funding discussion. Staff is requesting that the TPC approve the timeline. 5 Ordinance states "Fifteen percent (15%) of the Measure "A" revenues will be used to improve and expand public transit and specialized transportation services" in Coachella Valley. • . • City of Banning CAPITAL GRANT STATUS REPORT As of December 30, 2005 Project Description Bus Stop Amenities Total: FY 2002/03 Allocation of Funds Fund Status Previously Balance of Balance of Balance of Reported Anticipated Allocation Funds with Funds with Funds Completion Completion Year Mea "A" LTF STA _ Federal Total Operator RCTC with FTA Dates Dates Project Status/Milestone ATTACHMENT - 2002/03 $ 7,000 $ 7,000 $ 4,662 $ - $ - Deo-05 Jun-06 Feb-06 Amenity standards adopted, Mar-06 benches, waste containers, schedule holders ordered, Jun-06 items installed $ - $ 7,000 $ $ - $ 7,000 $ 4,662 $ $ - Bus Stop Amenities 2003/04 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ - $ - Dec-05 Jun-06 See above Exterior Bus Graphics 2003/04 $ 12,006 $ 12,006 $ 8,994 $ - $ - Sep-05 Feb-06 Jan-06 Last coach sent to paint shop Total: FY 2003/04 $ $ 17,006 $ - $ 17,006 $ 13,994 $ $ - Bus Slop Amenities 2004/05 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ - $ - Dec-05 Jun-06 See above Four Post Hoist 2004/05 $ 13,000 $ 13,000 $ 1,526 $ - $ - - Oct-05 Feb-06 Hoist delivered, contractor to install in January 2006 Shop Equipment 2004/05 $ 14,000 $ 14,000 $ 2,260 $ - $ - Oct-05 Feb-06 Final equipment purchases will be made in January 2006. Driveline Retarders (2) 2004/05 - $ 9,000 $ 9,000 $ 9,000 $ $ - - Sep-05 Feb-06 Purchase Order issued. First retarder will be installed in January 2006 Total: FY 2004105 $ $ 41,000 $ $ 41,000 $ 17,786 $ $ Dial -A -Ride Van 2005/06 $ 292 $ 64,708 $ 65,000 $ 292 $ 64,708 $ - n/a Aug-06 Vehicle will be ordered in January 2006. Radio System 2005/06 $ 40,000 $ 40,000 $ - $ 40,000 $ - Ma Jun-06 Feb-06 Equipment specified, Mar-06 Bid released, Apr-06 Equipment ordered, Jun-06 Equipment installed Onboard Information Centers (5) 2005/06 $ 1,200 $ 1,200 $ - $ 1,200 $ - n/a Feb-05 Will order as soon as FY 05 audit is complete and FY 06 claim form submitted. Total: FY 2005/06 $ 292 $ 41,200 $ 64,708 $ $106,200 $ 292 $ 105,908 $ - - Grand Total: $ 292 $ 48,200 $ 122,714 $ - $171,206 $ 36,734 $ 105,908 $ - City of Beaumont Capital Grant Status Report as of• December 31, 2005 ATTAC T 1 Allocation of Funds Fund Status - - Allocation # - Project Description Allocation Year Mea "A" LTF STA Federal Total Balance of Funds with Operator Balance of - - Funds with RCTC Balance of Anticipated Completion Dates - Project Status/Milestone -- -- Funds with FTA 00-2 Bus Shelters 1999/00 $125,000 $125,000 $67,556 $0 On Hold On Hold for Joint Agency Formation Footnote 1 Pass Transit Graphics 1999/00 $30,000 $30,000 $11,034 $0 July-06 75% Completed -Buses Rotated out of service when possible Totals FY 1999/00 $155,000 $155,000 $78,590 $0 02-2 Building Improvements 2001/02 $5,000 $5,000 $1,507 $0 On Hold On Hold for Joint Agency Formation Totals FY 2001/02 $5,000 $5,000 $1,507 $0 Footnote 2 Buildings Improvements 2002/03 $2000 $2,000 $2,000 $0 April-06 Project for Yard Lighting in Progress 03-4 Removal and Replacement of Exterior Bus Graphics 2002/03 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $0 July-06 75% Completed -Buses Rotated out of service when possible Footnote 2 Building Improvements 2002/03 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $0 April-06 Project for Yard Lighting in Progress Footnote 3 GPS System for DAR Buses 2002/03 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $0 September-06 Evaluating Vendors Systems and Operation Costs Footnote 4 On -Board Video System, 2- way radios, Dispatch Radio stem 2002/03 $1 x° $18,000 $8,038 $0 July-06 Three two-way Radio Systems on order -Purchased &installed: 4 bus camera systems-2 radio systems Totals FY 2002/03 $36,000 $2,000 $38,000 $28,038 $0 05-1 Shop/Miscellaneous Equip 2004/05 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 June-06 Purchase Service Too s as needed 05-2 'Bus Equipment 2004/05 $5,000 $5,000 $1,591 $5,000 June-06 Purchase Equipment as needed Footnote 5 Fixed Route Medium duty 28 passenger bus 2004/05 $150,000 $150,000 $150,000 On Hold Will be reprogrammed Footnote 6 DAR 16 Passenger Bus 2004/05 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 Completed Bus has been delivered 05-4 Office Computer and Software 2004/05 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 June-06 Computer upgrade needs being evaluated at this time _ Total FY 2004/05 m$212,000 $212,000 $212,000 06-1 Purchase Coin Counter 2005/06 $6,000 $6,000 $6,000 October-06 Evaluating of coin counter systems 06-2 Purchase Office Copier 2005/06 $5,000 ' $5,000 $5,000 6-Jun Reviewing copier needs at this time 06-3 Bus Equipment: CNG Fire Suppression System-2 Buses r2005/06 $10,000 $10,000 $0 Completed Project Completed -Systems purchased and installed -two buses Totals FY 2005/06 $10,000 $11,000 $21,000 $11,000 Grand Total $0 $413,000 $18,000 $0 $431,000 $108,135 $223,000 $0 Footnotes: 5. Reprogrammed from $200,000 for DAR Buses Approved 12-21-04 1. Reprogrammed from Bus Shelter Funds -Approved by Commission 4 14-04 6. Reprogrammed from $200,000 for DAR Buses to Purchase one DAR Bus $50,000 2. Reprogrammed to Replace Broken Concrete in Yard FY 2002-03 + $3,000 Below to replace broken Concrete = $5,000 2. Reprogrammed from Employee Parking Project FY 2002/03 ($8,000) to Replace Broken Concrete in Yard $3,000 3. Reprogrammed from Employee Parking Project FY 2002/03 ($8,000) $5,000 for GPS System 4. Reprogrammed from Staff Vehicle FY 20002/03 $18,000 for Video System and Two -Way Radios and Dispatch Radio System AGENCY NAME: CITY OF CORONA CAPITAL GRANT STATUS REPORT As of December 31, 2005 Project Description DAR Vehicles (4) Replacement Total - FY 2002/2003 DAR Vehicles (2) Replacement MDC/AVL for 14 Vehicles Total - FY 2003/2004 Fired route vehicles (2) replacement Total - FY 2004/2005 Replacement/upgrade of miscellaneous equipment Bus stop amenities (pads, benches, signs and shelters) 3 Fixed Route replacement vehicles 2 Dial a Ride replacement vehicles Security Cameras for 14 revenue vehicles Dispatch Software and interface to MDC/AVL Supplemental funding for 2 0xed route replacement vehicles Total - FY 2005/2006 Total (All Fiscal Years) Allocation of Funds Allocation Year Mea'A" LTF STA Federal Total FY 2002/2003 FY 2003/2004 FY 2003/2004 FY 2004/2005 FY 2005/2006 FY 2005/2006 FY 2005/2006 FY 2005/2006 FY 2005/2006 FY 2005/2006 FY 2005/2006 $44,200 $44,200 $11,000 511,000 $102,000 $13,000 $20,000 $33,000 $215,800 $260,000 $215,800 $260,000 $116,000 $80,000 $196,000 $140,000 $100,000 $240,000 Fund Status Balance of Funds with Operator $2,743 $20,000 $22,743 $56,000 $269,000 $325,000 $56,000 $56,000 $269,000 $325,000 $56,000 $30,000 $30,000 $25,000 $24,000 $19,600 $200,000 $75,000 $177,000 $298,600 $25,000 $408,000 $600,000 $116,000 $140,000 $76,400 $98,000 $200,000 $75,000 $692,400 $1,168,000 Balance of Funds with RCTC Balance of Funds with FTA Anticipated Completion Dates Project Status/Milestone • ATTACHMENT $32,714 June 2006 Project is complete except pending FTA balance transfer to FY 03/04 project MDC/AVL for 14 Vehicles $32,714 $13,258 $80,000 June 2006 $93,258 June 2006 Project is complete except pending FTA balance transfer to FY 03/04 project MDC/AVL for 14 Vehicles Project award in February 2006 Buses ordered in November 2005 $30,000 Ongoing Project $269,000 May 2006 $269,000 $25,000 $102,000 $498,000 $24,000 $116,000 $19,600 $78,400 $200,000 $75,000 $475,600 $692,400 $232,200 $387,600 $1,373,200 $1,993,000 $78,743 $475,600 $1,087,372 Note: There are no charges in anticipated completion dates from the October 2004 status report. June 2006 June 2006 October 2006 October 2006 June 2006 June 2006 May 2006 Ongoing Project Order Buses in March 2006 Order Buses in March 2006 Project award in February 2006 Project award in February 2006 Buses ordered in November 2005 ATTACHMENT PALO VERDE VALLEY TRANSIT AGENCY CAPITAL GRANT PROJECTS OUTSTANDING THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2005 Project Description Allocation of Funds Anticipated Balance of Funds Balance of Funds Balance of Funds Completion Allocation Year Mea "A" LTF STA Federal Total with Operator with RCTC with FTA Dates Lease Costs- Sunline Vehicle FY 2003/04 $ - $ 55,000 $ 5,000 $ - $ 60,000 $ 414 $ - $ - 6/2004 Hurricane Fueler FY 2003/04 $ - $ 60,000 $ - $ - $ 60,000 $ 12,100 $ $ - 6/2004 Total: FY 2003/04: $ - $115,000 $ 5,000 $ - $120,000 $ 12,514 $ $ - Lease Costs- Van FY 2004/05 $ - $ $ 1,530 $ - $ 1,530 $ 1,530 $ $ - 6/2005 Lease Costs- Fixed Route FY 2004/05 $ - $ - $ 10,000 $ - $ 10,000 $ - $ - $ - 6/2005 Computer Software FY 2004/05 $ - $ - $ 8,200 $ - $ 8,200 $ 489 $ $ 6/2005 Total: FY 2004/05: $ - $ $ 19,730 $ - $ 19,730 $ 2,019 $ $ Vehicle Replacement FY 2005/06 $ - $ - $ 85,000 $ 85,000 $ $ 85,000 $ - 6/2006 Computer Software FY 2005/06 $ - $ - $ 8,240 $ 8,240 $ 6,417 $ $ - 6/2006 Bus Stop Amenities FY 2005/06 $ - $ 20,000 $ - $ 20,000 $ $ 20,000 6/2006 CNG Fueling Station FY 2005/06 $ - $ 25,000 $ - $ 25,000 $ $ 25,000 6/2006 Total: FY 2005/06: $ - $ 45,000 $ 93,240 $ $138,240 $ 6,417 $ 130,000 $ TOTAL $ - $160,000 $ 117,970 $ $277,970 $ 20,950 $ 130,000 $ COMMENTS 1) $40,000 in LTF was reallocated to the Hurricane Fueler in December 2003 2) $19,500 in LTF was reallocated to operating in December 2003 3) $8,400 in LTF was reallocated for the GPS Radio Equipment in July 2004 Allocation of Funds CITY OF RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES CAPITAL GRANT STATUS REPORT As of December 30, 2005 Anticipated Balance of Funds Balance of Funds Balance of Funds Completion Original Project Description Allocation Year Mea. "A' LTF STA Federal Total with Operator with RCTC with FTA Date Date Proiect Status/Milestone Fund Status ATTACHMENT DAR vehicles (8).replacement 2002/03 $0 $0 - $95,000 $465,000 $560,000 $0 $0 $0 1/31/2006 12/31/2005 Awaiting reimbursement from FTA to dose out grant. DAR vehicles (2) expansion 2002/03 $0 $24,000 $0 $116,000 $140,000 $0 $0 $18,839 1/31/2006 12/31/2005 Awaiting reimbursement from FTA to dose out grant. $18,839.62 to be reprogrammed following reimbursement. Total FY 2002103 $0 $24,000 $95,000 $581,000 $700,000 $0 $0 $18,839 DAR vehicle replacement 2003/04 $0 $0 $12,000 $58,000 $70,000 $0 $0 $0 1/31/2006 12/31/2005 Awaiting reimbursement from FTA to close out grant. DAR vehicle expansion 2003/04 $0 $0 $16.000 $74,000 $90,000 $0 $0 $0 1/31/2006 12/31/2005 Awaiting reimbursement from FTA to close out grant. Office equipment, vehicle location - .equipment, software and miscellaneous 1/31/2006 12/31/2005 items 2003/04 $0 $0 $6,000 $24,000 $30,000 $0 $0 $10,111 Awaiting reimbursement from FTA to close out grant. $10,111.68 to be reprogrammed following reimbursement. Total FY 2003/04 $0 $0 $34,000 $156,000 $190,000 $0 $0 $10,111 DAR vehicles (6) replacement 2004/05 $0 $0 $77,000 $373,000 $450,000 $0 $0 $373,000 6/30/2006 12/31/2005 Piggyback to State contract. Ongoing status. Scheduling software, computers and 6/30l2006 6l30J2006 office equipment 2004/05 $0 $0 $30,000 $120,000 $150,000 $0 $0 $120,000 Project implemented. Ongoing status. Total FY 2004/05 $0 $0 $107,000 $493,000 $600,000 $0 $0 $493,000 DAR vehicles (6) replacement 2005/06 $0 $0 $77,000 $373,000 $450,000 $77,000 $0 $373,000 6/30/2007 6/30/2007 Submitted application, awaiting award notification. Support Vehicle for Transit Supervisor 2005/06 $0 $0 $14,000 $56,000 $70,000 $14,000 $0 $56,000 6/30/2007 6/3012007 Submitted application, awaiting award notification. Fadlity Improvements 2005/06 $0 $0 $10,000 $40,000 $50,000 $10,000 $0 $40,000 6/30/2007 6/30/2007 Submitted application, awaiting award notification. TOTAL FY 2005/06 $0 $O $101,000 $469,000 $570,000 $101,000 $0 $469,000 TOTAL ALL FISCAL YEARS: $0 $24,000 $337,000 $1,699,000 $2,060,000 $101,000 $0 $990,950 RCTCs COMMUTER RAIL Open Capital Grant: Projects FY 05/061st Quarter Report with data as of 9/30/05' San Jacinto Branch Line - Altematives Analysi Reconstruct San Jacinto Branch -Panda Valley Line PE Total (FY 200012001) Allocation of Funds Allocation Year Mea •A• FY 2000/2001 SO FY 2000/2001 $15,000,000 Inland Empire Maintenance Faolit FY 2001/200: Total (FY 2001/2002) Capital rehabilitation and renovalio FY 2002/200: SCRRA rolling stock acguisilior FY 2002/2002 North Main Corona Parking Structure (PA/EC FY 2002/2002 Total (FY 2002/2003) Rehabilitation and renovation Eastem area maintenance faalif Downtown station - phase I SCRRA rolling slack expansion -18 car SCRRA lease of cart Total (FY 2003/2004) RehabiNalion and renovaia Capital grade crossing safety (SCRRA Rolling stock reserve Total (FY 2004/2005) $15,000,000 $0 •SO $0 $0 $0 $0 FY 2003/2004 $0 FY 2003/2004 $0 FY 2003/2004 $1,200,00C FY 2003/2004 $0 FY 2003/2004 $2,000,00C $3,200,000 FY 2004/20D: FY 2004/200: FY 2004/2005 CIE 8_16 Earl $0 $2,111454 $500,000 $0 $0 $2,907,000 $0 $2,111,454 $3 407 000 so $0 s0 s0 so $0 s0 $61705 $0 $61,705 $0 $154.162 $0 $3,244,00C $0 $443 000 SO $3 841,163 $0 $0 $134.806 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $o $0 s0 $0 $0 $250,000 So $250,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,843,o0C $0 $4.329.000 $0 $6 306,806 so $771.669 SO $8,671 $o s0 $0 $780,340 5.12 SO $0 CMAQ Isi $0 $2.611,454 $0 $17,907.000 • Balance of Funds Balance of Funds Balance of Futuls with Operator with RCTC with FTA $0 $289,619 $0 $5,488,000 $0 $2,907,000 $0 SO $20,518,454 S5 ass 000 $289,619 $2,907,000 Anticipated Updated Completion Completion Cate D9ta 8/2004 3/2006 10/2006 10/2007 OCNMENT 1 Project Status/Milestones Pending STA Clam Awaiting FTA approval to advance to Preliminary Engineering e rite' 01/62 Req,ae $0 SO $61705 $0 $0 $61705 6/2004 9/2006 Pending Invoices et Aloe DR by Cahars $0 SO $61 705 SO $0 $61 705 $0 $0 $154,162 $0 $0 $3,244,006 $57000 $0 $500,000 $57 000 SO $3 898,163 SO $0 $134,806 so s0 $0 $0 s0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Rehabilitation and renovate' - FY 2005/2006 $0 $0 $0 $1,198.550 $0 FJeclonic Passenger Information System -RCTC Shar FY 2005/200E $0 $0 $0 $156,762 $0 FY 2005/200E SO $210,427 $0 $841,709 $0 FY 2005/200E SO $12.020 $0 $0 SO FY 2005/200E $0 $100,OW $0 $0 EO FY 2005/200ESD $0 $1,000,00C $0 SO FY 2005/2006 $0 $500 oo0 So So $0 $0 $822,447 $1,000,000 $2,197,021 $0 .TOTALS (All Fiscal Years) $18 200 000 $1,072,447 $3,111,454 $16,594,035 $57 000 Rehabilitation and renovation - RCTC's Share of OCTA Capital grade crossing safety (SCRRA 5 New TVM's RCTC Shan North Main Corona Parking Structure (Final Desi59 Station Capital Improvement Prograr Total(2005/2006) •SCRRA confidestheir capital TeW nbrmaion on a portly bask and the 2nd quart. data was not avagable at the time of the completion nrme rep So $0 $0 SO $o $0 $0' So $154,163 $3,244,000 $113,484 $3 511 647 9/2004 4/2006 9/2004 Rag ehNiM amr,ple . vehicles procured. $085k was budgeted by ROTC vs $teak in SCRRA buggd, so $300k bal when SCRRA uses budgeted 8/2005 W31/2007 Delayed by legal issues 3/31/06 Preliminary eneiuesri,g ComTlead-FgW Design initiate $0 $0 $892.000 6/30/2004 8/1/2005 $o $1,843,009 $0 $0 $1,843,00C 6/30/2004 6/30/2007 $0 $1,200,005 $724.732 $0 $0 12/2004 5/2006 $0 $4,329,00C $0 $0 $4,329,008 411/2006 8/31/2007 $0 $2 000 00C $2 000.00C $0 $0 4/1/2006 6/30/2007 $0 $9 506,806 $2 724 732 SO $7 064 000 $0 $771,669 $0 $8,671 $o $250 000 $0 $1 030,340 $0 $1,198,55C $0 $156.762 $0 $1.052.136 $0 $12,020 $0 Stagooa $0 $1,00o,0oc SO $500 00a SO $4 019 468 $0 $0 So $0 $0 $250 000 $0 $250 000 $0 $0 so so sso,aoo so so $50 000 SO so $0 $12.020 $0 St,aoc ooc $500 000 $1,512,020 Rag grinding wmplete, vehicles procured and others delayed In marads. $692k win budgeted by ROTC m $52ek in SCRRA budge. ao $366k bal Indian SCRRA tram budgeted art Final design was delayed ore] ante finalized, be design Is proceeding as c Dec 2006. Final design under review with City of Riversid Delayed by legal issues. Bids to be opened 1/24/16 Approved by ad Wall. ROTC was invoked doing 04l1168 nvaicn manes dung 06/00(order Ops1 Awarded some coMeGs and incurring costs. FTA approved grant to $771.669 12/31/2005 12/31/2005 reimbursement druas. $8,671 6/30/2005 6/30/2005 Proleda401009 a1 Van Nuys Blvd. ROTC total budget $12,02r $0 8/31/2007 8731/2007 In reserve at RCTC $780 340 $1,198,55C $156,762 $841,709 $0 $0 sat sat $2,197,021 SO $39 034 936 $8 262 732 $2 051 639 $16 521 713 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 8/30/2006 8/31/2006 8/31/2006 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 Some projects completed and ethers are being initiated Consultant an bead to develop system Whiting pciecte New TVA to be Installed at Downtown Riverside In January 200 Agreement complete with archMN- proceeding w1N ogee Vacua station projects are being completed • Riverside Transit Agdtry Capital Grants Status Report As at November 30, 2005 ATIIIIMENT 1 Fund Status 2 Project Number ITS -Intel gam Tmsp sus X77497L-RT Rapl CNG Bus Project Name ITS -Intelligent Tramp System FY 97 Repl 046 &uses=3 TOTAL FY 1996/97 Award Number CA-90-XI74 97L-RT17 CA-90-X774 Allocation Year 1996/97 1996/97 LTF 280,763.46 280,763.46 STA OTTERS MSRC/TUMF Federal 1,123,656.60 182,989.19 1,306,645.79 Total t 404420.06 182,989.19 1,587,409.25 BALANCE OF FONDS WITH OPERATOR 280 763.46 280 763.46 BALANCE OF FUNDS wIIN RCYC/TUMF BALANCE OF FUNDS WITH FTA 1,123,656.60 182,989.19 1,306,645.79 TOTAL 1404,420.06 182,989.19 1,587,409.25 ORIGINAL 6/30/04 DATES OF COMPLETIO Jan-06 N/A ANTICIPATED COMPLETION DATES Sep-07 TBD PROJECT STATUS/ MILESTONES Lontract w/ Sicmcm signed 12/30/05, kick-off meeting and notice to proceed on 1/23/06 Reprogram of funds approved by RTA Board 12/15/05-for FTA approval 1 5 016 Fuel Station Rlv FY99 Clean fuel Malnt Facility TOTAL FY 1998/99 0549 001 PERRIS ITS4nhd8gent Tntsp Sys X968 00S- RT03,OOL41T03 X968 OOS-RTIM COP X968 005-RT08 Pet Mullimodal Facility ITS -Intelligent Transp System FY00 DAR Vans Rep1=37 FY00 COP Deh Service FY00 Support Veh=5 TOTAL FY 1990/00. FY99 STA 99Sa2T11 CA-03-0549 FYOOL-RT16 LTF Award CA-90-X968 FY00 STA Award CAAO-X968 1998/99 1999/00 1999/00 1999/00 1999/00 1999/00 36)3,736.74 368 736.74 1,59030 1,590.30 2,482.56 2,482.56 2,137 795.59 77,821.72 10,810.00 9,229.50 2,235 656.81 1 590.30 1,590.30 2 137 795.59 368 736.74 77 821.72 13,292.56 9 229.50 2,606 876.11 2,482.56 2,482.56 1,590.30 1,590.30 368,736.74 368 736.74 2,137,795.59. 77,821.72 10,810.00 9 229.50 2,235,656.81 1,590.30 1,590.30 2,137,795.59 368,736.74 77,821.72 13,292.56 9,229.50 2,606,876.11 Dec-04 Jul-06 Jan-06 Nov-04 Nov-04 Nov-04 Jun-06 Jul-06 Sep-07 Acceptance tesbeg m . progress to pass the 8 day reliability test Pass tlw grant to ROTC. RTA payment to RCIC thin 12/31/05 $179 337.46 Contract w/ Sieme s signed 12/30/05, kick-off meeting and notice to proceed on 1/23/06 TBD l TBD J{rl TBD Reprogram of funds approved by, RTA Board 12/15/05- working with FTA to approve the rprogram ITS -Intelligent Tmsp Sys Orade 111 ITS -Intelligent Transp System Oracle Ili CA-90-Y066 FYOIL4iT11 2000/O1 CA-90-Y066 FYOIL-RT1I 20001 83,697.83 334 793,62 418 491.45 83,697.83 334,793.62 418,491.45 Jan-06 Sep-07 Contract w/ Siemens sigmas 12/30/05, kid off meeting and notice to proceed on 1/23/06 Orade lU upgrade. completed Jun-05, Projects- ,/ -----,, ..,., , SC/MAMA/ rcwa .mu-vo et Watt.) lit R'v91eaa Reprogram of funds Y066 I PS L-RT02 IL- FY81.40ft 13t1 12 CAA0-Y066 20g0/Ol 530.77 1 62047 2,15124 530.77 1,620 47 215124 Sep04 - TB0 approved by RTA board 12/15/05-for FY01 R RT04,05 Vans=20 Pan rrs rain CA-90N066 rn.orlvngA 2000/01 11,790,88 11790.88 11,790.88 11,790.88 Jan-06 TBD FTA approval 5 Y06601L42TJ1 IIntegrdhon FYO1L-Rill 2000/01 7OTAi:.FY 2000/01 . 0579 021 TEM. FY02 Bus Shehers=l5 CA-03-0579 2001/02 2,4410.00 $9,028.66 9 600.00 347,404.97 198,063.00 12,000.00 456,433.57 198,063.00 2.400.00 89,028.60 9,600.00 367,404.97 198,063.00 12,000.00 Jan-06 Jun-06 Far Grade support 456,43337 198,063.00 N/A Pass tiro grant to the Gty ofTnmeeada. Reject - completed Oct-05, awaiting invoices for payment 1/18/2006 3:12 PM 1 RTA Capital Grants Status 011106 .xls ATTACHMENT Riverside Transit Agency Capital Grants Status Report As of November 30, 2005 Fund Status Pgjat ."Number Project Name Award Number Allocation Year LW STA OTHERS HSRC/TUMF Federal Total - BALANCE OF FUNDS WITH OPERATOR ,BALANCE OF FUNDS WITH Rat/TURF BALANCE OF FUNDS WITH. FTA ' TOTAL ORIGINAL 6/30/04 DATES OF COMPLETIO .. PROJECT STATUS/ MHESMNES ANDICIPATED COMPLETION DATES 6588 3 CNG 8rd Rept FY02 40ftCNG Bus RCpl=3 CA-03-0588 2031/02 . 101,73897 - - 101,738.97 101,73&97 - 101,738.97 OQ414 Teo Reprogram of fonds approved by RTA Board 12/15j05-wati g with PTA 6o amuse the regogran BRT Study FY2004 BRT Study FY2004 to FY2006 2001/02 25,67238 . 25,67238 25,872.38 25,67238 - Sep-04 3unr06 For RTA baseline study for pre-BRT image campaign FY0254110.5 SFA'Award Oracle 1B iiixtrade Oracle lII .. Upgrade FY025-Riot STA Award 2001/02 58,693.01 _ - - 58,693.01 58,693.01 58,693.01 Feb-05 lan-06 Oracle Ill upgrade completed )mr05, Projects & Grants in progress 4 TOTAL FY2001J02 84,36539 299,801.97 384,167.36 84,36539 299,801.97 384,167.36 Business Egtdpmnt : Business Equipmit CA-90-Y183, 0354IT07 - 2002/03 1,70452 - 6,818.06 - 8,52258 1,704.52 6,818.06 8,522.58 Dec-04 . Feb-06 Bus Stops Here & Inbound/Outbound signs delivered 1st week lan-06 GIG Fuel 9380nRiv CNG Fuel Station My FY03L-RT11 LTF Award - 2002/03 170,50326 170,503.26 170,503.28 - 170,503.26 Dec-04 Jun-06 Acceptance testing in progress - to. pas the 8 rS1aNNY test ZranoE. Xo17 Emergency Dais Emergency Drills CAN0-X017 . 2002/03 - 23,737/35 23,737.05 23 737.05 23 737.05 WA Sep-06 lxl BalW W Apra in conducted 27,2005 cooperation with the WesternFtiverscle . Emergency Cound . Y183 03L-Rf01 03S-RT01 • FY03 32 Foot QOBus=10 FY03 LIT 03L-RT01, 035AT01 2002/03 177.00 2,081.40 2,25&40 2,258.4Q 7?ra 40 N/A TBD Reprogram of funds approved by RTA Board 12/15/05- waking with FTA to approve the neprogrem Y18303541T03 FY03 Support Veh Expansion-10 CA-90-Y183 2002/03 - 15,293.62 15,293.62 15,293.62 15,29342 Aug-04 TBD Y1830354IT04 FY03 Support Veh RieplaM=5 CA-90-Y183 2002/03 3,127.85 3,127.85 3,12185 3,127.85 Atm-04 T80 Y18303S11109 FY03 Fealties Improvement - FY03 srA Award 2002/03 - 589.91 245946 2,94957 569.91 2,359.66 2,94957 Dec-04 Mar-06 For Riverside & Hemet cracked bus yard concrete repairs 7. TOTAL FY 2002/(13 170,680.26 4,375.83 51,336.24 226,39233 175,056.09 51,336.74 226,39233 Business. ' - Equipmnt - Business Equipmnt '.. Ch90-Y272.- worrams, 04. -RT03. 2003/04 51.00 2,685.00 - 10,988.00 13,72440 - • 2,736.00' - 10,988.00 13,724.00 Oct-04 Feb-06 Bus Slops Hoe & btouind/Oudbaupnd signs delivered 1st weelk lan-06 - GIG Fuel Stant:m*1v.- CNG Fuel Station Ply CA-90-Y272, 041-11102, 04S4tT02 2003/04, 11157.93 8,663.07 _ 40,686.08- .. _60,507.08 19,821.00 40,686.08.:' :. 60,507,08 Dec-04 ]unn416 Acaptance twin ng in progress- to pass the 8 day nellabNy test. GIG Mel Stator RN CNC Fuel Station RN ?CRC 2003/04 - - 6,97823 - - . 6978.23 - 6,97813 ... - 6,97&73 Dec-04 1at06 %NCR fuel Stetipfd RM... CNG Fuel Station Riv FY0454114. STA Awand 2003/04 14,001.43 - - 14,001.43 14001A3 - 14,001.43 . 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RFP issued Aug 05, Contract Jan-06 Y337 055-RT06 FY05 Srhed Runcutting Siwre FY05 STA Award 2004/05 60000.00 - 210,000.00 300,000.00 60000.00 240,000.00 300,000.00 Jan-05 Dec48 award Need additional tuntlug for -staff identifiring older u==bliscontract_. provided by Urban Transport AssD. from 8/1/05 to 12/31/06 Y337 O5S- RT07 "WC FY05 Auomtc Psgr Counting FY05 STA Award _ .._ 2004/05 10000.00 40,00400 50,000.00 10000.00 40pWA0 50,000.00 Feb-05 Dec-06 Y3370554RT13 FY05 BRT Trarht Enhancement FY05 STA award 2004/05 52 400.00 209,600.00 262,000.00 52,400.00 209,600.00, 262,000.00 Jan135 TBD Multiple contracts Issued 7/21/05 to Melly, 2happo Studios Docu Media 11 TOTAL FY 2004/05 42,326.92 772,939.75 3 512,22635 4,327 495.02 815 266.67 0.00 3,512,228.35 4,327,495.02 and 0 0703 AT15 FY06 ARS CA-03-0703, WROOC TUMF - 2005/06 18,204.00 71,815.00 91,019.00 18,204.00 72,815.00 31A19.00 N/A TBD Staff worldng on the design/plan Staff working on Its design/plan Land has been purchased. Bgbkering **she in the 0703 BRT Bus FY06 BRT Stgnage & Shelters CA-03-0703, WRCOG- TOME 2005/06 631,166.00 485437.00 1,116,60340 631,166.00 485437.00 1,116,603.00 Jan-07 TBD 0703 Corona Corona TransitWR[J3G Center C/1-03-0703, TUMF, 2005/06 669460.23 808,789.17. 1,478,699.40 669,860/3. 808,789.17 1,478,649.40 .. Apr-08 0 0703Menet Heme.Transit Center CA-3-0703, WRCDC TUNE 2005/06 713,535-03 _ 302,912.00 ,_ 1,016447.00 713,535.00 _ 302,912.00 1,016,447.00 ;..Apr-06 .. Jun-05 TBD planning stage Engineering & design h the . DIG Eve. Station Rh ENG Fuel Station. Rw FY06�B Operating Finds 2005/06 2,985.93 . _ - 2,985.93 • 2,985.93 - 2,985.93 Dec-04 .. Jun-06 F� in .. Progihs - ta pass the 8 day ORMAFdy test FY06 Rvsd Transit Otr RtYerSide Trams . CR CA-03-0703, EY06 WROO(r 1144F 2005/06 - 393,320.56 1,961,293.49 .. 1,851,614.00 - - 390,32056 - 1,461,293.94 .. 1,851,614.00 " Ain-05 - - - TBD t ma0bn has been identified by the City, Waiting -footprint alterthe Fre eway 91 widening project plan from Calkars 1/1E32006 3:12 PM RTA Capital Grants S• tatus 11106 ids rid 41.1: U00Q0171 . mAaiddtl Nee Vli °woad - leAonkly 091 VM 00'LSOR OO'LS8'66Z 007.581,6Z - 0019et.6Z 90/500Z 61121-190 'EObA-o5-va - le1111P3 4/61.101 Quuup 90M &LEWIS°EOM lute Vli 61.1930ad 081 . 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Molest Number - Project Name Award Number Allocation Year - LTF STA OTHERS MSRC/TUMF ... Federal Total - BALANCE OF FUNDS WITH OPERATOR BALANCE OF FUNDS, yarn - RCTC/TUNF BALANCE OF FUNDS WITH . FTA - TOTAL ORIGINAL 6/30/04 DATES OF COMPLETIO ANTICIPATED COMPLETION DATES.. PROJECT STATUS/ - _FULESTONES.. Y403 06L-FtT20 FY06 Perris Transit Center CA-90-Y403, 061.itT20 .. .. 2005/06 1A50,000.00 1,050,000AO _ 1,050,000.00 1,050,000.00 - N/A TED Peteriig:FTA .Grant Approval.: - Y40306L-RT21 FY06 Moreno Valley Ttansit Ctr Ch90-Y403,.. 06L-RT21 2005/06 594,540 594,540.00 594,540.00 _ -' 594,540,00 N/A T8D Pending FTA Grant . Approval 26 TOTAL FY 2005 06- 1,121,31593 2,316,931.00 - 5,701,90076 7,237,470.61 16,377,61833 2,98593 9,137,161.79 7,237,470.61 - 16,377,,618.33 77 TOTAL I( - $2,145,35255- $3,503,64155 95,708,879A2 $16,501,96256 $72,659,835.68 -$1,554,377A6 $9,803,495.66..$16,501,96256 $72,859,835.68 1/18/2006 3:12 PM 6 RTA Capital Grants Al/ 1106.xk SunLine Transit Agency CAPITAL GRANT STATUS REPORT As of December 30, 2005 Project Description OEM INQUIRIES AND ROAD 'TEST (OPERATING) PURCH. REPLAC BUS (3) Total Allocation of Funds Allocation Year Mea"A". LTF FY 1999 FY 1999 Oper/Cap Formula Funds STA Federal Fund Status Balance of Funds Balance of Balance of Anticipated Original with Funds with Funds with Completion Completion Total Operator RCTC FTA Dates Dates Protect SfatuW1Ailestone 188,492 188,492 150,000 839,909 989,909 FY 2000 Oper/Cap Formula BUY REPLACEMENT 40 FT BUS Funds Total 150,000 1,028,401 1,178,401 38,000 262,000 300,000 26,978 34,567 9/1/2006 • ATTACHMENTS Purchase order for Bus 10/01/99 (Fuel Cell Bus - NIA 100% FTA Funds) Delivered 04/01/00 Continuation of Road Test RFP out for Bid - Completed 05/01/04 - 640,166 6/30/2006 06/30/06 _ ($150,000 STA Funds - $60,000 Other ) Contract awarded 08/01/04 First vehicle delivered 03/01/05 Balance expected to be used with Purchase of 15 new buses scheduled 12/15/05- extended date ifg 01/31/06 674,733 FY 2001 OPellCaP Formula CONSTRUCT-MISC EQUIPMENT Funds Total FY 2002 OPeli REHAB/RENOVATE-ADMIN/MAINT Formula FACILITY Funds BUY REPLACEMENT 40 FT BUS Total ' 38,000 262,000 300,000 90,000 360,000 450,000. 90,000 - 360,000 450,01)0 45,956 200,000 245,956 26,978 5,868 5,868. 207,000 252,956 21,834 200,000. 200,000 207,000 452,956 21,834 200,000 62,000 6/30/2006 06/30/06 Contract awarded 12/01/03 First vehicle delivered 12/31/04 Balance expected to be used with Purchase of 15 new buses scheduled 12/15/05 - extended date 01/31/06 - 62,000 1,912 3/30/2006 _ 1,912 6/30/2006 6/30/2006 06/20/04 06/30/06 Ongoing purchase of capital equipment Continuous improvementto fealty Balance expected to be used with Purchase of 15 new Ruses scheduled 12/15/05,- extended date @ 01/31/06 - funds on hold at RCTC -claimed 01/66 V:12006102 Fehn,anATrnna arise -lewd ATTACHMENT unLine Transit Agency ANTAL GRANT STATUS REPORT a of December 30, 2005 Project Description BUS LEASE PAYMENT IUY REPLACEMENT 40 FT BUS (3) COME -SUPPORT VEHICLES (4) 2EHAB/RENOVATE-ADMI WMAINT FACILITY Total BUY REPLACEMENT 40 FT BUS BUS LEASE PAYMENT PURCHASE MISC COMMUNICATION EQUIP OTHER CAPITAL ITEM - (Land) Vamer Property PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ACQUIRE -SUPPORT VEHICLES TOTAL Allocation Year FY 2003 Opar/Cap Formula Funds FY 2004 Capital Formula Funds Allocation of Funds Mea"A" LTF STA Federal Fund Status -Balance of Funds Balance of Balance of Anticipated Original . . with Funds rdth Funds with Completion Completion Total Operator RCTC FTA -- Dates.. Dates .Project Stalin/Milestone 106,000 421,000 527,000 40,000 160,000 200,000 36,000 144,000 160,000 36,000 177,000 368,000 545,000 156,193 359,000 1,093,000 1,452,000 192,193 200,000 100,000 300,000 121,000 380,000 501,000 121,000 355,059 410,987 11,012 777,058 766,046 17,688 84,000 101,688 439,500 272,500 712,000 439,500 14,000 56,000 70,000 14,000 355,059 1,203,175 903,512 2,461,746 1,340,546 • 40,000 40,000 73,957 6/30/2006 06/30/06 160,000 6/30/2006 06/30/06 123,853 WA COPS Payment made - need to reprogram the extra funds - Federal Funds Balance expected to be used with Purchase of 15 new buses scheduled 12/15/05 - extended date 01/31/06 - funds on hold at RCTC -claimed 01/06 131,623 12/30/2006 WA Continuous improvement to fatality 489,433 200,000 100,000 3/31/2006 380,000 WA 11,012 12/30/2006 2,666 WA 272,500 3/31/2006 56,000 6/30/2006 200,000 822,178 VA2006102 FebruarytTransit PoecylSunLineCapulai Project Tracking Sheet 0 01 adjust -Ids WA WA WA WA WA WA Balance expected to be used with Purchase of 15 new buses scheduled 12/15/05 - extended date iljj 01/31/06 - funds on held at RCTC - claimed 01/06 Need to re -program ROTC Funds and move FTA Funds to another fine item Need to re -program Need to move Balance FTA Funds to another Gnre item Grand Pending - creed to Echo Furls when available Need to review requirements and needs for purchase ATTENT 1 SunLine Transit Agency CAPITAL GRANT STATUS REPORT As of December 30, 2005 Project Description ACQUIRE MSC SHOP EQUIPMENT REHAB/RENOVATE-ADMI WMAINT FACILITY OTHER CAPITAL ITEM - (Land) Vamer Property ACQUIRE MISC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT BUY REPLACEMENT 40 FT BUS PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TOTAL PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE BUY REPLACEMENT 40 FT BUS OTHER CAPITAL ITEM - (Land) Varner Property TRANSIT ENHANCEMENTS FOR STOPS 2 EXPANSION DAR VANS 9 REPLACEMENT DAR VANS BUS STATION RELOCATION VEHICLE MAINTENANCE EQUIP HASKELL RD MATCH TOTAL ..Total (Alt Fiscal Years) Allocation Year Mea'A' LTF FY 2005 Capital Formula Funds FY 2006 Capital Formula Funds Allocation of Funds STA Federal Fund Status Balance of Funds Balance of Balance of Anticipated Original - with Funds with Funds with Completion Completion Total Operator RCTC FTA Oates Oates Project Status/Milestone 15,000 60,000 75,000 15,000 73,000 292,000 365,000 73,000 17,688 84,000 101,688 17,688 70,000 280,000 350,000 70,000 1,050,300 125,000 1,306,000 2,481,300 200,000 800,000 1,000,000 200,000 1,250,300 300,688 2,822,000 4,372,988 375,688 200,000 800,000 1,000,000 100,000 4,236,726 871,415 1,262,514 6,370,655 2,671,415 110,000 99,000 100,000 21,163 80,837 102,000 21,163 5,837 29,163 35,000 110,000 396,000 495,000 29,154 29,154 123,750 4,745,726 1,022,165 6,351,085 3A08,984 9,462,073 19,033,650 4,929,435 4,416,863 7,469,924 60,000 292,000 84,000 280,000 6/30/2006 12/30/2006 8/30/2006 12/30/2006 1,175,300 1,306,000 6/30/2006 800,000 3/31/2006 1,175,300 2,822,000 100,000 800,000 3/31/2007 2,436,726 1,262,514 6/30/2007 80,837 8/30/2007 5,837 29,163 6/30/2007 110,000- 3/3012007 99,000 396,000 3/30/2007 29,154 6/30/2007 50,000 6/30/2007 100,000 50,000 123,750 123,750 2,597,668-8,365,559 2,966,328 2,801,563 2,597,668 WA WA N/A N/A WA N/A Grant Pending - RCTC Funds Claimed 10/2005 Grant Pending - RCTC Funds Claimed 10/2005 Grant Pending Grant Pending Grant Pending - $1,050,300 LTF Claimed 12/2005 - $125,000 STA Funds Claimed 01/06 Grant Pending Grant Pending Grant Pending Grant Pending Grant Pending Grant Pending Grant Pending Grant Pending Grant Pending - $50,000 LTF Claimed 9/2005 - $125,000 STA Funds Claimed 01/06 Land Purchased - Completed V:12006102 FebmarylTransit PolicylSunLineCapital Project Tracking Sheet 01-09-06 01 adjust.xls ATTACHMENT 2 EXCERPT (FUNDING: TRANSIT SERVICES) ORDINANCE NO. 02-001 WESTERN RIVERSIDE AND COACHELLA VALLEY RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TRANSPORTATION EXPENDITURE PLAN AND RETAIL TRANSACTION AND USE TAX ORDINANCE PUBLIC TRANSIT: WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY The Transportation Improvement Plan will provide an estimated $390 million to expand commuter rail, implement intercity bus services and to continue and expand programs to assist the elderly, disabled and commuters. A. Discount Fares and Transit Services for Seniors and Disabled Persons Seniors and disabled persons are becoming an increasing percentage of the population each year. They are currently charged a fare on fixed route transit services that is one-half the normal fare for service within the Western County area: In addition, a number of specialized transportation programs have been implemented which meet specialized needs for transportation to medical services, social service agencies and programs, shopping and other purposes that cannot be met by conventional transit. A minimum of $85 million in Measure "A" funds will be used to guarantee these services. B. Commuter Rail and Intercity Bus Service Metrolink has provided a viable alternative to the automobile for thousands of daily commuters to Orange and Los Angeles counties and reduces the demand on our freeways. The current service level needs to double in the future and expansion of the system to Moreno Valley and Perris is needed to relieve congestion on 1-215. In addition, an intercity express bus service that feeds the Metrolink service and provides a reasonable alternative to the automobile for daily commuters who travel within the region is needed. Measure "A" funds will be made available for operations of these services and to match federal funds for capital. C. Commuter. Services, Ridesharing, Vanpools, Buspools, Park-N-Ride Commuter traffic_ created by Riverside County residents traveling to jobs in neighboring Orange, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino counties adds significantly to the peak hour congestion onthe freeway and highway system. A number of programs have been implemented to assist commuters to share rides, reduce congestion, and take advantage of travel in the "carpool " lanes. These programs include: rideshare matching services; incentive programs; vanpool "seed money"; buspool. subsidies; and park-n- ride lot leasing. These programs will become even more necessary in the future as traffic increases. A minimum of $50 million in Measure "A" funds will be used for this purpose. PUBLIC TRANSIT: COACHELLA VALLEY Fifteen percent (15%) of the Measure "A" revenues will be used to improve and expand public transit and specialized transportation services. A. Discount Fares and Expanded Transportation Services for Seniors and Persons with Disabilities For Seniors (age 60 and older) and persons with disabilities, access to healthcare, social services, shopping, and recreation is a key to quality of life. SunLine Transit Agency offers a full array of public transit and specialized transportation services at reduced prices to individuals in these special groups. Measure "A" funds will guarantee discounts continue for the next 30 years. Funds will also be used to expand services to meet future needs of the growing population of the valley. B. Specialized Transportation Services In addition to providing SunBus public transit service, SunDial paratransit service, and SunLine express commuter service to Riverside, the SunLine Transit Agency offers specialized transportation services to Coachella Valley residents and visitors. These services include the Vets Express that provides free transportation to the Veterans Hospital in Loma Linda; SunTrip, that enables those beyond SunLine's fixed route service area to receive reimbursement they can pay to volunteer drivers; and SunRide that coordinates the transportation services offered by many non-profit social service organizations. All of SunLine's vehicles operate on clean, alternative fuels thereby preserving the environment and creating a healthier community while increasing access. Measure "A" funds will assist these and other types of specialized transportation services which may be implemented. • • • • C. Bus Replacement and More Frequent Service Public bus transportation offers communities many benefits — reduced traffic congestion, reduced wear and tear on roads, reduced parking demand, and lower emissions. By providing access to schools, jobs and shopping, it is also a vital force in economic development. This is especially true in the Coachella Valley where nearly 75% of the 4 million annual SunBus riders take a bus to work and/or school. Public transit buses have a 12-year life. Passage of Measure "A" will enable SunLine's fleet to be replaced as needed. Funds will also be used to increase frequency of service, which is the single most important factor in use of public transportation. MEASURE "A" 2009 EXPENDITURE PLAN Western County: $390,000,000 ► Commuter Assistance ($50M — minimum threshold) ► Specialized Transit ($85M— minimum threshold) ► Commuter Rail ► Intercity Bus Attachment 3 Coachella Valley: $188,000,000 ► Provide Express East-West Transit Routes in the Coachella Valley ► Improve and expand public transit and specialized transportation services ► Discount fares and expanded transportation services for seniors and persons with disabilities Bus replacement and more frequent service Transportation Development Act Funding Current TDA funding formula for Western County apportionment area is 78% for bus and 22% for commuter rail. ► Review funding formula in FY 2007/08 ► Proposed changes, if any, to be implemented in FY 2009/10. Attachment 4 TIME LINE FOR 2009 MEASURE "A" EXPENDITURE PLAN AN D TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT ACT FUNDING TPC Committee Meeting Activity/Deliverable January 23, 2006 April 24, 2006 July 24, 2006 Discuss time line, expenditure plan and TDA funding Review and approve Measure "A"/TDA re venue projections Provide outline for conceptual plans Review conceptual plans of proposed transit operating and capital needs and Measure "A" Programs October 23, 2006 Evaluate conceptual plans (10 year increments)