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05 May 15, 2006 Technical advisory commitee76758 • • TIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 A.M. May 15, 2006 Records Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3`d Floor *By request, agenda and minutes may be available in alternative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS RTA Ahmad Ansari, City of Perris Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Bill Brunet, City of Blythe Duane Burk, City of Banning City of Calimesa Mike Gow, City of Hemet Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Bill Hughes, City of Temecula George Johnson, County of Riverside Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Jim Kinley, City of Murrieta Eldon Lee, City of Coachella Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 Eunice Lovi, SunLine Transit Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, (Perris) and San Jacinto Les Nelson, PVVTA Craig Neustaedter, City of Moreno Valley Dan Patneaude, City of Desert Hot Springs Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad Qattan, City of Corona Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Ruthanne Taylor Berger, WRCOG Bill Thompson, City of Norco Allyn Waggle, CVAG Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells John Wilder, City of Beaumont Anne Mayer, Programming/Administration Director 11.36.02 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. TIME: 10:00 A.M. DATE: May 15, 2006 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3'd Floor 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 Riverside County Transportation 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. SELF -INTRODUCTION 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS (This is for comments on items not listed on agenda. Comments relating to an item on the agenda will be taken when the item is before the Committee.) 5. 2006 STIP ADOPTION (Attachment) 6. STATE AND FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE UPDATE (Attachment) 7. 2007 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLAN (RTP) UPDATE (Attachment) 8. FFY 05/06 OBLIGATION DELIVERY PLAN (Attachment) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting May 15, 2006 Page 2 9. PROJECT DELIVERY UPDATE (Verbal Presentation) 10. CALTRANS LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT (Verbal Presentation) 11. MILESTONE REPORTS AND PROJECT MONITORING (Attachment) 12. 2006 FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (FTIP) STATUS UPDATE (Attachment) 13. 2006 FTIP DEMOACE AND HBRR PROGRAMMING UPDATES (Attachment) 14. CHANGE TO INTERCHANGE PROJECTS WITH HOV ENTRY RAMPS DESIGNATED AS TRANSPORTATION CONTROL MEASURE PROJECTS (TCMs) IN THE DRAFT 2006 RTIP (Attachment) 15. MAY 10, 2006 COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS (Verbal Presentation) 16. OTHER BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS 17. ADJOURNMENT (The next meeting will be June 19, 2006, 10:00 A.M. in Banning.) • • • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, April 17, 2006 1. Call to Order The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order at 10:00 A.M. at the Banning City Hall Civic Center, 99 East Ramsey St, Banning CA. 2. Self -Introductions Members Present: Others Present: Dave Barakian, city of Palm Springs Ed Basubas, city of Lake Elsinore Bill Bayne, city of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, city of Riverside Mike Gow, city of Hemet Mark Greenwood, city of Palm Desert Bruce Harry, city of Rancho Mirage Bill Hughes, city of Temecula Eldon Lee, city of Coachella Eunice Lovi, SunLine Habib Motlagh, cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, & San Jacinto Amir Modarressi, city of Indio Russ Napier, city of Murrieta Craig Neustaedter, city of. Moreno Valley Dan Patneaude, city of Desert Hot Springs Juan Perez, county of Riverside Amad Qattan, city of Corona Tim Wassil, city of Indian Wells Paul Blackwelder, RCTC Special Projects Consultant Marlin Feenstra, RCTC Program Manager Ken Lobeck, RCTC Staff Analyst Anne Mayer, RCTC Deputy Executive Director Shirley Medina, RCTC Program Manager Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 17, 2006 Page 2 3. Approval of Minutes Bill Hughes, city of Temecula, motioned for approval of the March 20, 2006 TAC Meeting Minutes with a second from Dave Barakian, city of Palm Springs. The Minutes were approved with no objections or corrections. 4. Public Comments There were no public comments. 5. SB821 EVALUATION PANEL (3 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED) Shirley Medina, RCTC, announced that the annual SB821 Project Call would soon be commencing and that RCTC was seeking three volunteers to serve on the SB821 Evaluation Panel. Volunteers who serve on the Evaluation Panel must be from agencies that will not be submitting a SB821 project application for funding consideration. Ed Basubas, city of Lake Elsinore, indicated that Lake ;Elsinore would not be submitting an application and volunteered the city of Lake Elsinore to participate on the Evaluation Panel. Eunice Lovi, SunLine Transit Agency, stated SunLine would not be submitting an application and volunteered to participate as well. Shirley Medina stated that in the past CVAG and WRCOG have served on the Evaluation Panel. She indicated both would be asked again for a volunteer. Tom Boyd, city of Riverside, asked when the project call announcement would occur. Shirley indicated that the announcement should be occurring shortly. 6. WESTERN COUNTY REGIONAL ARTERIAL TUMF UPDATE Paul Blackwelder, RCTC consultant, provided the TAC with a progress report as of March 29, 2006, on the TUMF Regional arterial program projected cash flow report and an overview of recent changes to RCTC's Regional TUMF Programming Administrative policy allowing staff to have greater flexibility to develop and modify agreements, plus shift funds among the phases without having to send them back to the RCTC Board for formal approval. Twenty-four projects have been approved by RCTC. Ten projects have signed agreements, and another eight are in progress. Once a contract/agreement has been signed, Paul requested that lead agencies include RCTC as a member on the project development team (PDT) especially for the first two project phases (project approval and environmental document — PA&ED and plans specifications, and estimates PS&E). Paul • • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 17, 2006 Page 3 requested the lead agency at a minimum send RCTC copies of the PDT agenda, minutes, schedule, or other relevant project documents for project tracking needs. Habib Motlagh, cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, and San Jacinto, asked for a further clarification for the PDT membership or support documents. Paul clarified that the documents will allow RCTC to properly track and monitor the project progress as established by the RCTC Board. The status of projects will be reported to the RCTC Board on an ongoing basis. Juan Perez, Riverside County, commented that discussions have been occurring with WRCOG concerning the reimbursement eligibility of overhead costs. He indicated that WRCOG is trying to get a handle on better defining what exactly is "overhead." Paul clarified that overhead is not eligible for reimbursement for any Regional TUMF project. Juan Perez indicated that the WRCOG Finance subcommittee would be meeting this week and we probably could wait to see what policies emerge from this meeting. Paul indicated that the recent update to the Nexus study may provide additional funding for some projects which will require an amendment to the agreement. Juan Perez asked if the agreement amendment of this type would or would not require RCTC Board approval. Paul clarified that the policy change allows staff to make amendment changes like this with the required approval occurring from the Executive Director rather than the RCTC Board. 7. 2006 STIP — CTC RECOMMENDATIONS Shirley Medina provided an overview of the current status of the 2006 STIP. She provided TAC members a copy of the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) agenda item that the RCTC Board approved on April 12`n The attachment lists the changes to the Regional Improvement Program (RIP) as recommended by staff at the California Transportation Commission (CTC) for the 2006 STIP. The CTC Staff Recommendation differs significantly from the initial submission for Riverside County. The $167 million RIP target for Riverside County has been reduced to $49.7 million. The CTC Staff Recommendation is approximately $5 million over Riverside County's minimum target scenario of $45 million. Shirley explained that the reduction results from the lack of sufficient funding for the State Highway Account. The CTC estimated approximately $450 million would be available state-wide for state highway projects. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 17, 2006 Page 4 Counties across the state requested in excess of $780 million for highway- projects. The CTC staff was left with little choice but to reduce virtually. every county's RIP submission to keep at the $450 million for highway projects. Shirley further explained that the Public Transit Account (PTA) has,. the . opposite problem. $1.3 billion is estimated to be available from the PTA in the 2006 STIP. However, only $625 million in funding requests were submitted. Complicating the problem is that the excess available PTA funds can't be switched over to the State Highway Account to fund the existing shortfall there. Shirley described the funding changes to projects listed on the CTC Staff Recommendation List. She indicated that some minor changes will still occur. After a discussion and application of the Inter -County STIP Formula to determine how much would be available in eastern and western Riverside County, CVAG proposed the eastern county RIP funds be committed to the Ramon Rd/Bob Hope IC project to help fund the cost increases for this project. In the west, approximately $23 million will be applied for R/W on the SR91 HOV Lane Improvement project. $30 million for the Perris, Valley Line extension will remain in the STIP as these funds originate from the PTA. However, approximately $91 million of RIP funds for construction for the SR91 HOV Lane project were pulled due to the RIP reduction. The Jefferson St IC project in the Coachella Valley also lost its RIP funds. The CTC did not support new RIP funds for the Palm Dr/Gene Autry Tr IC, Date Palm Dr IC, and Blythe's Intake Blvd improvement project. However, these projects can be re -programmed in the 2008 STIP given sufficient programming capacity. Shirley provided some positive news that the AB3090 payment for the Green River IC will be moving forward. The payment is being applied to the' 1 215/East Junction HOV Direct Connector Lane project allowing it to .move forward fully funded. Another AB3090 reimbursement for the 1-215 Corridor project will provide Riverside County approximately $31 million which will be applied to the SR91 HOV lane project. Anne Mayer added that while the cuts to the RIP are severe, Riverside County received the third highest state-wide STIP allocation. LosAngeles County has the highest 2006 STIP allocation primarily due to their emphasis on programming transit projects. Orange County will _receive the second highest allocation. Anne stated that while the cuts to Riverside County are painful, most counties around the state fared far worse. • • • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 17, 2006 Page 5 Dave Barakian asked how committed and secure the Indian Ave IC RIP funds are now that they have been moved to FY 2008/09. He expanded his question to inquire if the 2006 STIP added any further commitment weight to the funds to ensure they will really be available in FY 08/09. Anne Mayer commented that the best strategy to pursue to ensure funding availability in FY 08/09 is to be prepared to allocate the RIP funds immediately after July 1, 2008 if the project is ready to go. She indicated that attempting to allocate at the beginning of the state fiscal year was the best chance of securing the funds for the project. Amir Modarressi, city of Indio, asked if additional STIP funds emerged before the next STIP cycle, could the Jefferson St IC project be a beneficiary. Shirley replied that the CTC would have to issue a new fund estimate; RCTC would then apply the Inter -County STIP Formula, and proceed from there. She indicated that she was not optimistic that this scenario would emerge before the 2008 STIP cycle. 8. PROJECT DELIVERY Shirley Medina stated the subcommittee on project delivery issues met prior to the TAC to discuss the problems with project delivery. She indicated that RCTC is participating in a state-wide committee that is investigating project delivery issues on a macro level and that the feedback from TAC subcommittee would be used as an input to this state-wide committee. Shirley also stated that a formal kick-off meeting of the state-wide committee will occur on May 24'h. The meeting will focus on identifying common project delivery issues at a broad level and the appropriate mechanisms to resolve the issues. Shirley commented that issues concerning project delivery are occurring state-wide and that Caltrans HQ has expressed similar concerns that TAC members have raised. Tom Boyd then provided a summary of the TAC subcommittee project delivery meeting. He stated that the subcommittee expressed numerous concerns involving Caltrans and the belief that Caltrans as currently structured is unable to meet Riverside County's needs. The subcommittee is exploring possible options to help resolve project delivery issues now occurring on a frequent basis. The draft MOU outlining the conflict resolution steps provides a good first step, but really offers only a band -aid fix to the larger problem. He indicated that a broader approach is needed. Tom used the Orange County toll road situation as an example where a macro level approach was needed to resolve this situation. Subcommittee members Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 17, 2006 Page 6 requested that a meeting with RCTC's Executive Director be scheduled to further discuss the problem and help identify possible strategies. The discussion resulted in several ideas, one of which was the feasibility of creating a specific Caltrans district for Riverside County due to the large area District 8 currently supports in both Riverside and San Bernardino 'Counties. While the idea of a creating a new Caltrans district for Riverside County may seem outlandish, the discussion revealed how serious TAC consider the project delivery issue. One TAC member summed up the situation as "desperate." Anne Mayer added that another factor contributing to the overall project delivery crisis is the ongoing band -aid fixes being applied at all levels that end up hiding the real problem. Project managers, local agencies, CTCs, and Caltrans have become so good at applying temporary fixes that real problem is being covered up and thus ignored. Bill Hughes summed up the discussion by stating that the problem is so bad now that we are at least ten years behind where we should be delivering projects. Tom Boyd finished the discussion by reiterating that the subcommittee proposes a bold and broad approach to properly address the project delivery problem and focus less on individual project issues. TAC members appeared to support this approach. Tom stated that the current project delivery environment currently is an extremely difficult one, and that Riverside County can't afford to lose any more ground as rapid growth continues occurring. 9. FTIP UPDATE Ken Lobeck, ROTC, provided an overview of the current status of the developing 2006 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP). He stated that project inputs, narrative comments, and other supporting documentation were submitted to SCAG in February 2006. The review and clarification phase occurred during March. The review of the project modeling list was completed in early April and the final project modeling list was sent to SCAG on April 11th. The next steps include the following: SCAG staff will complete modeling activities between now and June to reaffirm that 2006 FTIP meets all required air conformity requirements; Final STIP cost adjustments will be sent to SCAG by the end of April to match the FTIP with the 2006 STIP; Final project cost adjustments to HBRR projects will be made based on the new updated project list that Caltrans sent to the Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs); The new grade separation • • • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 17, 2006 Page 7 SAFETEA LU awarded earmarks will include the six projects in the FTIP as part of the final STIP cost adjustments that will be submitted at the end of April. The SCAG Regional Council is scheduled to approve the 2006 FTIP on August 3, 2006. Once approved by SCAG, the 2006 FTIP will be sent to the federal review agencies for their review during August and September. Assuming no major problems surface during their reviews, the 2006 FTIP should receive federal approval on or about October 4, 2006 when the 2004 FTIP expires. 10. FY 05/06 OBLIGATION PLAN Shirley Medina reported that the federal FY 05/06 Obligation Plan is being developed based on the recent March 2006 Milestone Report Update. Based on the obligation target for Riverside County, local agencies need to obligate $34 million by end of FY 05/06 through a combination of Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) and STPL funds. The $34 million target does not take into consideration obligations that may have occurred during the second quarter (January 1, 2006 to present). Shirley provided TAC members a summary obligation list of the projects projected to obligate between now and September 30th. The STPL obligation projection is estimated to be just over $14 million which will barely meet our AB1012 Use -It -Or -Lose -It target by November 1, 2006. Overall, the projected CMAQ and STPL project obligations total $24 million which is $10 million short of our target. Shirley explained she is exploring how viable a carry over request will be received by Ca!trans HQ. She stated that another option could be to arrange a loan to another county to use our CMAQ and/or STPL with payback to occur in a future year. RCTC will work to protect the CMAQ and STPL funds as best as possible, but Shirley reiterated that as a county we have CMAQ and STPL at risk. Agencies planning to obligate projects by the end of the federal fiscal year need to submit as early as possible since the obligation approval process is taking 60 days or longer. 11. APRIL 12, 2006 COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS Shirley outlined three major highlights from the April 12th Commission meeting. First, the RCTC Board approved SAFETEA LU Alameda Corridor East (ACE) grade separation earmark funding for six projects totaling $21 million. Out of the six, three projects receive funding to implement R/W Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 17, 2006 Page 8 and/or construction phases with three projects awarded funding for project development. Anne Mayer thanked the agencies for their quick response to the project call enabling the RCTC Board to award the funds and for staff to complete required programming actions. Second, Anne indicated that OCTA and RCC are evaluating whether or not to join the Riverside Orange County Authority (ROCA) and the corresponding opportunity costs if one or both join or do not join ROCA. ROCA is proposed as a joint powers, agency to include OCTA, RCTC, and the Metropolitan Water District (MWD). Third, Shirley Medina announced that RCC had begun an effort to develop a web -based project management and monitoring system. She stated that one of the planned components will be to establish project milestone reports to be updated online through the Internet rather than the current individual Excel files emailed out to lead agencies. Shirley stated that the TAC will receive further updates at future TAC meetings as the effort moves forward and may request beta -testing evaluation from some TAC members to help RCTC refine the system. 12. OTHER BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS Ken Lobeck asked TAC members if they had received a letter from SCAG requesting project submissions for the 2008 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). TAC members indicated they had not received a formalrequest from SCAG. 13. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting was adjourned at approximately 11:20 A.M. The next meeting is scheduled for May 15, 2006, 10:00 A.M., Riverside County Transportation Commission, Riverside County Regional Complex, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3rd Floor. Respectfully submitted, Ken Lobeck Staff Analyst • AGENDA ITEM 5 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 15, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006 STIP Adoption STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file. BACKGROUND INFORMATION The 2006 STIP was adopted by the California Transportation Commission at their April 27, 2006 meeting. The 2006 STIP listing for Riverside County is attached. At last month's TAC meeting, we reported that the Target fund Scenario was significantly reduced resulting in project deletions. Some projects that were deleted from our submission were "new" projects being added to the STIP for the first time, and other deletions were those that were programmed in the 2004 STIP. It is possible that the deleted projects can be added back into the STIP during the 2008 STIP cycle update if there is fund capacity available for programming. Meanwhile, CVAG will consider a funding strategy for the I-10/Jefferson Interchange project and Palo Verde Valley/Blythe will develop an alternative funding strategy for the Intake Boulevard project. Attachment: 2006 STIP CTC Staff Recommendation List • • • CTC STAFF RECOMMENDATION FROM COUNTY SHARE FOR 2006 STIP Does Not Include STIP Interregional Share Funding (See Separate Listing) ($ ,000's) Proposed New Non-TE Programming: Minimum Target Maximum 51,094 45,542 157,094 197,322 ,_..-- ,-- • ---- - �-- Riverside Project Totals by Fiscal Year Project Totals by Component Agency Rte PPNO Project Voted Total Prior 06-07 07-08 08-09 09.10 10.11 RAN Const E 8 P PS&E Rrw sup Con sup RCTC 9803 Planning, programming, and monitoring Mar-05 170 170 0 0 0 0 0 0 170 0 0 0 0 RCTC 9803 Planning, programming, and monitoring Jul-05 953 953 0 0 0 0 0 0 953 0 0 0 0 Caltrans 60 33 HOV lanes, Rt 15-Valley, supp to AB 3090 (RIP) Sep-05 3,058 3,058 0 0 0 0 0 011 3,058 0 0 0 0 Caltrans 10 53A Jefferson St interchange, widen OC 150 150 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150 0 0 Caltrans 10 7D Ramon Rd interch improvements (02S-72) 3,728 3,728 0 0 0 0 0 797 0 547 2,157 227 0 Caltrans 10 7G Indian Av interchange, widen OC, ramps 150 150 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 150 0 0 Caltrans 79 660 Hunter Rd-Domenigoni Pkwy, widen (02S-58) 438 438 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 438 0 0 0 RCTC cash 1109 AB 3090 reimbursement (03-04 PPM)(028-124) 166 0 0 166 0 0 .0 0 168 01 0 0 0 RCTC cash 121 P AB 3090 reimburse (Rt 60/91/215)(02S-102)(RIP, 85%) 26,625 0 26,625 0 0 0 0 0 26,625 0 0 0 0 Caltrans debt 121 D GARVEE debt (Rt 215, El Cenito- Rt 60/91)(RIP, 85%) 156,707 43,654 22,611 22,610 22,610 22,611 22,611 0 156,707 0 0 0 0 D Hot Springs lac OL Pierson BI, rehab pavement DELETE 627 627 0 0 0 0 0 0 627 0 01 0 0 RCTC loc 92A Rt 91, Adams St-Rt 60/215, HOV lanes, design(04S DELETE 13,070 13,070 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,0701 0 0 ROTC tdm 9801 Rideshare program DELETE 400 400 0 0 0 0 0 0 400 0 0 0 0 GARVEE debt service for 2011-12 22,611 0 0 0 0 0 22,611 0 22,811 0 0 Di 0 Prior Commitments (Not Part of 2006 STIP Target) 228,853 66,398 49,236 22,776 22,610 22,611 45,222 . 797 211,317 985 15,527 227 D Caltrans 60 33 HOV lanes, Rt 15-Valley (supplemental) Feb-08 11,651 11,651 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,651 0 0 0 0 D Hot Springs loc OL Pierson BI, rehab pavement DELETE -627 -627 01 0 0 0 0 0 -627 0 0 0 0 RCTC loc 92A Rt 91, Adams St-Rt 60/215, HOV lanes, design(04S DELETE -13,070 -13,070 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -13,070 0 0 RCTC tdm 9801 Rideshare program DELETE -400 -400 0 0 0 0 0 0 -400 0 0 0 0 Caltrans 10 7D Ramon Rd inlerch improvements (02S-72) 43,530 -797 8,629 35,698 0 0 0 7,832 30,373 0 0 0 5,325 Caltrans 10 7G Indian Av interchange, widen OC, ramps 13,506 0 0 0 13,506 0 0 0 11,866 0 0 0 1,640 Caltrans 15 9991 Calif Oaks/Kalmia interchange improvs (04S-55) 5,457 0 0 D 100 5,357 0 0 4,394 0 100 0 963 Caltrans 91 92A Adams St-Rt 60/215, HOV lanes, add R/W 24,263 0 0 24,283 0 0 0 21,163 0 0 0 3,100 0 Caltrans 215 116F Rt 60/215 East Junction connector (RTIP) 1 7,349 0 0 0 0 7,349 0 0 7,349 0 0 0 0 Murrieta loc 9991 R115 Calif Oaks/Kalmia interchange Improvs (04S-55) 2,224 0 0 D 2,224 0 0 2,224 0 0 0 0 0 Riverside loc 84 Rt 91, Van Buren BI interchange 3,465 0 0 0 3,465 0 0 0 3,465 0 0 0 0 Riverside Co loc 7G Rt 10 Indian Av interchange, widen OC, ramps 3,383 0 3,383 0 0 0 0 3,383 0 0 0 0 0 ROTC 9803 Planning, programming, and monitoring 3,099 0 1,947 152 1,000 0 0 0 3,099 0 0 0 0 Total Non-TE/PTA Proposed for Programming In 2006 STIP 103,830 -3,243 13,959 60,113 20,295 12,706 0 . 34,602 71,170 0 -12,970 3,100 7,928 Highway/Road Reprogramming Target 82,736 25,763 45,175 11,798 0 0 Under (over) target (21,094) 3,243 11,804 (14,938) (8,497) (12,706) 0 Cumulative under (over) 3,243 15,047 109 (8,388) (21,094) RCTC rail 1114 Perris Valley Line, commuter rail extension NEW 30,000 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 Total PTA -eligible Proposed for Programming In 2006 STIP 30,000 0 0 0 30,000 0 0 . 0 30,000 0 0 0 0 PTA Programming, 2004 STIP 0 0 0 0 0 0 Under (over) 2004 STIP (30,000) 0 0 0 (30,000) 0 0 Cumulative under (over) 2004 STIP 0 0 0 (30,000) (30,000) (30,000) California Transportation Commission Page 1 of 2 -- 5/8/2006 • CTC STAFF RECOMMENDATION FROM COUNTY SHARE FOR 2006 STIP Does Not Include STIP Interregional Share Funding (See Separate Listing) Riverside Project Totals by Fiscal Year Project Totals by Component Agency Rte PPNO Project Voted Total Prior 06-07 07-08 08-09 09.10 10-11 RNy Canst E & P PS&E Pow sup con sup RCTC res 1112 TE reserve 18,815 0 1,209 6,378 4,578 4,106 2,544 0 18,815 0 0 0 0 Tota TE Proposed for Programming In 2006 STIP 18,815 0 1,209 6,378 4,578 4,106 2,544 0 18,815 0 0 0 0 Enhancement Target 18,815 5,705 4,091 3,245 3,230 2,644 - Under(over)target 0 0 4,496 (2,287) (1,333) (878) 0 Cumulative under (over) 0 4,496 2,209 878 0 0 Protect Proposals Not Included In Staff Recommendation: ADD 86,832 10,877 NEW 8,542 NEW 8,087 1,875 Coltrane 91 92A Adams St-Rt 60/215, HOV lanes, add con Coltrane 10 53A Jefferson St interchange, widen OC Riverside Co loc 12E Rt 10 Date Palm Interchange • Riverside Co loc 7E Rt 10 Palm Drive/Gene Autry interchange Blythe. loc 96E Intake Blvd, Hobsonway-14th, widen, signal (04S-38) California Transportation Commission Page 2 of 2 5/8/2006 • AGENDA ITEM 6 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 15, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: John Standiford, Public Affairs Director SUBJECT: State and Federal Legislative Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION_ Receive and file as an information item. BACKGROUND INFORMATION In the early morning hours of May 5, the Legislature approved an infrastructure bond package which includes $19.9 billion for transportation projects and a permanent fix for Proposition 42. RCTC staff will provide a more detailed update on the bond proposal as well as additional information on pending transportation legislation. • AGENDA ITEM 7 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 15, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: 2007 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive and file a status report on the developing 2007 RTP. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Last year about this time SCAG initiated development of the 2007 RTP. A key first step in developing the RTP requires a review and update of all projects in the RTP. RCTC agreed to coordinate a single county -wide submission to SCAG to help eliminate double programming issues and double counting of identified funds. Last May RCTC requested local agencies assistance to review and update the RTP Plan section projects. Updated project lists were sent back to RCTC over the next 8 months based on specific guidance SCAG provided RCTC. Since then, federal review agencies issued revised requirements for projects listed in the RTP. At SCAG's April 2006 Plans and Programs Technical Advisory Committee (P&P TAC), SCAG staff announced the revised project information and cost requirements. Attached with this agenda item are the slides SCAG presented to the P&P TAC. Also attached is a sample of the revised project format. SCAG staff will attend the TAC and explain the revised format. Attachments: 1. SCAG Letter 2007 RTP Project List Update 2. SCAG Powerpoint RTP Project Information Request 3. 2007 RTP Sample Revised Format SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Main Office 8i8 West Seventh Street ]2th Floor Los Angeles, California 900t7-343S t (213) 236a800 f W3) 236t8R5 wvnv,scag.mgov Mane President: ToniYoung. Pot Hueneme • MN Vice President Yvonne Burke, tos Angeles Counry • Second Vice Resident Gary Dein. San Bernardino County • Immediate Past Residemb Ron Roberts, Temecula Impanel Cony. Vidor°r hea. imperial County • dortEdney, El Centro Los Angeles Mime Buda. Los Angeles County • lee tos Angeles County • lira Mawr, Manhattan Beach • Harry Baldwin, San Gabriel • Paul Borden. Cerritos • Todd Campbell Burbank • Tony Cardenas, LosAngelM • Stan Canna.la Habra Heights • Margaret Clark, Rosemead • Genre Daniels, Paramount • Mike Dtspenra. 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MEMORANDUM TO: CC: Imperial Valley Association of Governments Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Orange County Transportation Authority Riverside County Transportation Commission San Bernardino Associated Governments Ventura County Transportation Commission Subregions Caltrans Districts 7, 8, 11, 12 Transit Operators Ports and Airports FROM: Hasan Ikhrata, Director, Planning and Policy DATE: May 4, 2006 SUBJECT: 2007 Regional Transportation Plan — Project List Update SCAG is in the process of updating the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), which is currently scheduled for adoption by the Regional Council in December 2007. This effort involves reviewing and adjusting the planning assumptions, including the growth forecast, financial plan, and transportation projects and programs, to reflect the latest available information and regional priorities. SCAG is asking that the county transportation commissions and IVAG take the lead in coordinating their respective countywide submittals for consideration in the 2007 RTP. The focus of this exercise is to update information on all of the regionally significant projects that were included in the 2004 RTP as constrained or unconstrained projects, and to submit additional projects, if any, for consideration in the 2007 RTP. A spreadsheet file will be provided to facilitate this process. This task consists of the following steps: 1. Review the spreadsheet containing constrained and unconstrained projects from the 2004 RTP. 2- Identify changes to project scope, cost, and schedule, including project completion or project deletion- If the project has been programmed in the Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP), identify the amount programmed and the RTIP project ID number. 3. Identify any additional projects that are not in the lists but which you would like to be considered for the 2007 RTP. You must provide a sufficiently detailed project description that includes project limits and location, cost, funding source(s), and schedule for completion. This information is necessary to allow us to properly assess the RTP's financial constraint and regional emissions analysis, which are both part of the federally required conformity determination. The listing of projects is critical, as those projects that are not included as part of an adopted and conforming RTP will not receive environmental clearance by the federal agencies and will not receive state or federal transportation funds. Additionally, the RTP must include all regionally significant projects, regardless of funding source, in its emissions analysis. Please also note that while the spreadsheet provided represents projects above and beyond the RTIP, the RTIP does represent the critical baseline component of the RTP. Where such information on total project cost or project scope and schedule may be lacking in the RTIP database, we will be seeking that information from you as well. My staff will be contacting you shortly to schedule individual meetings to further discuss in detail this process and any questions you may have regarding the RTP and your county's submittal. The deadline for submittals to SCAG is close of business on June 30, 2006.Should you have any questions regarding this request, please feel free to contact Philip Law at 213-236- 1841 or law@scag.ca.gov. ROCS# 121601 law 2 • 1 Southern California Association of Govemments RTP Development RTP Project Information Request System Metrics Group, Inc. ASSOCIATION Of OOYtMMMSMTS The 2004 RTP compiled limited project information, focusing primarily on costs ... tlTocnmula �1:1®=IMM=11111M=CO wwoOw. 0=1=-.,,.».......r 0 mwu mm 61401,40 262 0©i*11111 IDA 0 1.1.94 1w,r • For the 2007/2008 RTP, we plan to request additional project information ASSOCIATION of cowsaresrs > Based on the feedback from US DOT, we need to strengthen the financial element of the RTP, including cost Information on every project Included In the RTP, so that we can minimize future amendments to RTP to reflect more current costs > We will need capital cost information by category (Engineering, Right-of-way, Construction) > We also want to match project costs with revenue sources (to the extent possible) > We will also be asking about what you view as the key benefits of the projects (eg. Mobility, accessibility, safety, reliability etc.) > We will also ask you about the origin or source of the project (eg. Measure Tax Expenditure Plan, SAFETEA-LU Priority List, Your Long Range Plan etc.) 2 System Metrics Group, Inc. Draft list of additional fields that will be requested ... •.°`I/11 " '` eeereeYLere > Lead Agency - agency that initiated and is responsible for project delivery. > Existing Configuration - description of existing configuration (e.g., 4 lanes) for highway projects. This facilitates accurate network coding. > Priority -programmed, committed, planned, or additional phase of prior project This helps us identity degree of funding commitment. > Funding Comments - narrative to identify any details about funding commitments. > Expenditures by funding source - expenditures and funding sources identified for project by year or in five-year increments. We need this to compare expenditures to revenues. > Costs by Category -expenditure categories including: engineering, right of way, and construction > Start Year and Completion Year -Year that project expenditures begin and the " year the project will be operational. We need this to identify when to begin spending funds (if we compare revenues and costs by year) and when to model a System Metrics Group, Me... 2 • Example from the MTC 2030 RTP Project Notebook (March 2005) ... ID/ 71137 Cowsay/Cornmr Pryer✓ BA kT e+romlon taWerm Souses korra. FundMP SROJ Fenton Funcer< it]T Fuzee Dirntomery Fume Ahmed. Fronted -Swan Bm Don 1611.e Taut Project Con Purpeu! Towa.ernnty improve the ntionottraitwwe hentioe BARTruther Into wutlernAho wlaCountyvieWerrnSPrinas The extension would Iweo reliew euromiry.onsoumnon nadowyae,tl peal arson hyonrctrgpopbe IeyrgteMr shorans* to PNhq. Peeled E.1w.mBART to WwmSdhq. 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BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The FFY 05/06 Obligation Delivery Plan is included as an attachment. Using the March 2006 milestone reports and subsequent updates from project lead agencies, the plan provides a list of CMAQ, STPL, and DEMO/earmark projects that are estimated to obligate their federal funds between now and 9/30/06. On this year's report, Ca[trans HQ needed specific obligation date targets beyond the quarter included for each project along with the funds to be obligated. Using the obligation submission dates on the milestone reports or updates provided to RCTC, estimate obligation dates were calculated and included on the report. Note that the dates represent nothing more than a guess. The actual project obligation date will vary. Approximately every other week between now and September 30"', project lead agencies will be asked to confirm if they have or have not submitted their obligation request. Local Assistance also will be requested to provide periodic updates on the progress and issues for submitted projects moving through the obligation approval process. Lead agencies should review the Obligation Delivery Plan and notify RCTC of any changes that may occur. Attachments: 1. FFY 05/06 Obligation Delivery Plan 2. 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Plan Pavin• Un.aved Road and Shoulders Rehabilitation Si•nal install Rehabilitation Rehabilitation 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 207 115 79 115 198 2,117 178 1,925 511 229 1,547 1,111 369 373 489 282 2,213 2,181 $ 2,000 258 1,323 305 2,056 1,561 207 115, 198 2117 229 1,547 1 111 369 373 489 282 1,681 1,323 305 2,056 1,561 79 $ 115 178 2,213 500 $ 258 Totals $ 21,742 $ 14,474 $ $ 2,000 3,343 $ 3,925 1/15/06 _ 6/2/06 5/15106 5/15/06 4/15106 6/1/06 5/1/06 611/06 1/28/06 5/15/06 5/30/06 7/15/06 6/15/06 4/3/06 6/15/06 8/1/05 11 /30/05 611 /06 2115/06 611/06 4/14/06 6/1/06 8/10/06 8/10/06 • Obligation Quarters are by the Federal Fiscal Year: 1 = 10/1 to 12/31 2=1/1to3/31 3 = 4/1 to 6/30 4 = 7/1 to 9/30 Notes: 1. $1,925 for DHS' Varios Streets Rehab project is a SEC115 earmark "DEMO" type funds 2. $2,000 for Riverside Total RSTPICMAQ $ 17,817 • AGENDA ITEM 9 • A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9. • • • AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. • AGENDA ITEM 11 • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 15, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: 1 Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: Milestone Reports and Project Monitoring STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive and file a presentation on how milestone reports are used to assist in project monitoring. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The TAC will receive a short Powerpoint presentation concerning milestone reports and project monitoring to summarize how the updated milestone reports assist RCTC with Our project monitoring responsibilities. Areas to be covered will include a summary of obligation targets, annual fund apportionments, impacts to RTIP programming, AB1012 apportionment balances, and development of the obligation delivery plan. • AGENDA ITEM 12 • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: May 15, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) Status Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive and file a status report on the developing 2006 FTIP. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Current Status of 2006 FTIP: a. Project updates submitted to SCAG in February. b. Initial clarification and review completed during March. c. Final project modeling list submitted to SCAG modelers on April 11, 2006. d. Final cost adjustments to STIP and HBRR projects made. New SAFETEA LU Alameda Corridor East (ACE) earmarks added. Adjustments sent to SCAG on May 2, 2006. Next Steps: a. 2006 FTIP project modeling is in progress with a target of mid June. b. County financial plans (declaration of financial constraint) due to SCAG by May 15t. c. June 2006: Required public hearings occur d. August 2006: SCAG Regional Council adopts 2006 FTIP e. Early October, 2006: Conformity Determination approved by federal agencies. 2006 FTIP replaces 2004 FTIP as the active FTIP. f. October 2006: Development of Amendment 01 to 2006 FTIP begins. Development Issues and Possible Policy Programming Changes Expected: a. Serious technical issues concerning how project data updates occur need to occur. A complete new web -based online FTIP database system may be ready for implementation for Amendment 01 in October 2006. b. Changes to the FTIP from FHWA may include the following: • FHWA will permit SCAG only one quarterly amendment (1 Formal + 1 Administrative amendment) to occur after the 2006 FTIP is approved. • The existing PE phase may be split into separate PA&ED and PS&E phases. • Capacity enhancing projects must be modeled in order for the NEPA environmental document sign -off and for approval to formally begin PS&E phase. • Programming funds for PS&E and/or an environmental document sign - off in the first two years of the RTIP for capacity enhancing projects will automatically trigger the project to be modeled in the FTIP. • FHWA, EPA, SCAQMD, and Caltrans HQ Conformity :Section are expected to accomplish a complete review and evaluation with SCAG of the South Coast Air Basin's Transportation Conformity Measure (TCM) program. • Changes to project costs in the FTIP will be reviewed against the project's cost in the RTP. Significant cost differences will require a RTP amendment. • • AGENDA ITEM 1.3 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 15, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006 FTIP DEMOACE and HBRR Programming Updates STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive and file a status report on to HBRR and DEMOACE fund projects in the draft 2006 FTIP. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In late March Caltrans HQ sent SCAG an updated HBRR project list for FY 06/07 and requested SCAG to include the updates in the 2006 FTIP. Attached are the March 2006 HBRR funding lists for the non capacity lump sum and the stand-alone capacity enhancing projects. Included is a summary report from the 2006 FTIP that reflects programming updates to the HBRR projects. The March 23, 2006 HBRR Update contained some odd fund year commitments for a couple of the stand alone projects. Example: HBRR funds are show in FY 10/11 for one project, but a construction phase note reflects the construction phase in 2008. Programming staff are assuming that during the next HBRR update (to occur in November 2006) fund year corrections will occur. If lead agencies have further questions concerning the March 23, 2006 HBRR Update, they need to direct them to Local Assistance. During April, the RCTC Board approved project funding from the SAFTEA LU Alameda Corridor East (ACE) Section 1301 earmark for six projects. Time was available to include the funds and updated project information in the 2006 FTIP rather than wait to complete programming actions in Amendment 01 this fall. The six funded projects include: 1. RIV060124 — Banning: Sunset Ave Grade Separation and Arterial Widening 2. RIV01 1204 — Coachella: Dillon Rd Grade Separation 3. RIV01 1240 — Corona: McKinley St Grade Separation (PE only) 4. RIV01 1241 — Corona: Auto Center Dr Grade Separation (PE only) 5. RIV060123 — Riverside County: Clay St Grade Separation (PE only) 6. RIV990703 — Riverside: Jurupa Ave Grade Separation Attached is a summary report from the draft 2006 FTIP reflecting the programming actions. The FTIP programming may vary a little from the cost information provided in the project applications. The submitted applications included an assumption that the earmark was 100% federal and did not require local matching funds. The initial guidance provided to RCTC was in error. The ACE earmark requires a 20%local match just as the SAFETEA LU HPP earmarks require. TIP sheets had to be adjusted to ensure matching . funds were included. A second temporary issue involves the fund code. The final approved 2006 FTIP will reflect "DEMOACE" as the fund code for ACE approved projects. Currently, Ca!trans HQ has not formally approved the use of this fund code. On the draft TIP sheets, the fund code "DEMO" has been used temporarily until the final fund code is approved for programming. Note: The DEMO fund code can't be used because it stands for "DEMO `- Pre ISTEA". Once the new fund code is approved and the needed corrections are made, updated TIP sheets will be sent back to the lead agencies. Attachments: 1. HBRR Programming for 2006 FTIP 2. HBRR RC Group Detail March 23 06 Update 3. HBRR RC Line Item March 23 06 Update 4. ACE Programming for 2006 FTIP • Flnal County Tlp SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS Printed May 1, 2006 2006 Federal TIP (FY 2006/2007 - 2011/2012) SUMMARY REPORT Local State Transit County: All Cost in Thousands Project Agency Name Route PMA PMB SYS Fund Year ENG R/W CONS Total RIV060122 MORENO VALLEY 0 0 0 CO IN MORENO VALLEY ON HEACOCK ST OVER PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN (Approx 2.7 miles n/o Ramona Expwy): REPLACE EXISTING 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE RIV L CITY 2005/2006 3 0 0 3 RIV L CITY 2006/2007 49 0 0 49 RIV L CITY 2010/2011 0 0 289 289 Fund Subtotal: 52 0 289 341 RIV L HBRR 2005/2006 20 0 0 20 RIV L HBRR 2006/2007 378 0 0 378 RIV L HBRR 2010/2011 0 0 2,231 2,231 Fund Subtotal: 398 0 2,231 2,629 Project Total: 450 0 2,520 2,970 RIV031204' MURRIETA 0 0 0 CO IN MURRIETA - CONSTRUCT NEW 2 LANE GUAVA ST. BRIDGE (400') OVER MURRIETA CREEK FROM WASHINGTON AVE TO ADAMS AVE W/ SHOULDERS & ALL REQUIRED • RIV L CITY 2003/2004 3 0 0 3 RIV L CITY 2004/2005 56 0 0 56 RIV L CITY 2006/2007 0 28 0 28 RIV L CITY 2010/2011 0 0 594 594 Fund Subtotal: 59 28 594 681 RIV L HBRR 2003/2004 25 0 0 25 RIV L HBRR 2004/2005 431 0 0 431 RIV L HBRR 2006/2007 0 212 0 212 RIV L HBRR 2010/2011 0 0 4,581 4,581 Fund Subtotal: 456 212 4,581 5,249 Project Total: 515 240 5,175 5,930 Cost in Thousands Project Agency Name Route PMAPMB SYS Fund Year ENG R/W CONS Total RIV031206 PALM SPRINGS 0 0 0 CO ON S. PALM CANYON DR OVER ARENAS CYN SOUTH DRAINAGE CHANNEL_ REPLACE EXISTING 2 LANE LOW-WATER CROSSING W/ A NEW 4 LANE BRIDGE & DRAINAGE RIV L CITY 2006/2007 49 0 0 49 RIV L CITY 2007/2008 0 75 401 476 Fund Subtotal: 49 75 401 525 RIV L HBRR 2006/2007 381 0 0 381 RIV L HBRR 2007/2008 0 575 3,099 3,674 Fund Subtotal: 381 575 3,099 4,055 Project Total: 430 650 3,500 4,580 RIV990727 PALM SPRINGS 0 0 0 CO IN PALM SPRINGS: WIDEN INDIAN CANYON DR 2 TO 6 LANES (INCLUDING UPRR BRIDGE REPLACEMENT/WIDENING) FROM UPRR BRIDGE TO GARNET RD AT I-10 RIV L CITY 2003/2004 39 0 0 39 RIV L CITY 2005/2006 0 17 0 17 RIV L CITY 2010/2011 0 0 500 500 Fund Subtotal: 39 17 500 556 RIV L HBRR 2003/2004 299 0 0 299 RIV L HBRR 2005/2006 0 128 0 128 RIV L HBRR 2010/2011 0 0 3,859 3,859 Fund Subtotal: 299 128 3,859 4,286 RIV L STPL 2001/2002 31 0 0 31 RIV L STPL 2008/2009 0 0 146 146 Fund Subtotal: 31 0 146 177 Project Total: 369 145 4,505 5,019 RIV62015 RIVERSIDE COUNTY 0 0 0 CO IN NORTHWESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT RIVER ROAD BRIDGE OVER SANTA ANA RIVER (0.27 MILE N/O BLUFF ST) - REPLACE EXISTING 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE RIV L CO 2003/2004 31 0 0 31 RIV L CO 2004/2005 228 0 0 228 RIV L CO 2005/2006 86 172 0 258 RIV L CO 2006/2007 0 0 3,807 3,807 Fund Subtotal: 345 172 3,807 4,324 RIV L HBRR 2003/2004 240 0 0 240 RIV L HBRR 2004/2005 1,760 0 0 1,760 RIV L HBRR 2005/2006 665 1,328 0 1,993 RIV L HBRR 2006/2007 0 0 29,386 29,386 Fund Subtotal: 2,665 1,328 29,386 33,379 Project Total: 3,010 1,500 33,193 37,703 Cost in Thousands Project Agency Name Route PMAPMB SYS Fund Year ENG RAY CONS Total RIV050201 VARIOUS AGENCIES 0 0 0 CO *LOCAL' BRIDGE LUMP SUM PROGRAM FOR 2004/2005 (PROJECTS ARE STENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126,127,128, EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3) R1V L AGEN 2005/2006 77 0 51 128 RIV L AGEN 2006/2007 29 32 374 435 R1V L AGEN 2009/2010 0 0 535 535 R1V L AGEN 2010/2011 425 0 5,401 5,826 Fund Subtotal: 531 32 6,361 6,924 R1V L HBRR 2005/2006 593 0 396 989 R1V L HBRR 2006/2007 217 248 2,893 3,358 R1V L HBRR 2009/2010 0 0 4,133 4,133 R1V L HBRR 2010/2011 3,289 0 41,674 44,963 Fund Subtotal: 4,099 248 49,096 53,443 Project Total: 4,630 280 55,457 60,367 Grand Totals (Eng, RAV, Cons): 9,404 2,815 104,350 Grand Total, All Costs: 116,569 • District County Agency • 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. Implementing Br. No./ FSTIP Grouping Project Description 08 Riverside Cathedral City OOL0029 BRIDGE NO.00L0029, CATHEDRAL CANYON, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, CATHEDRAL CITY. Replace 4 lane low water crossing with 4 lane bridge 08 Riverside Indio 5600084 BRIDGE NO.56C0084, JACKSON ST, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, 0.2 MI SOUTH OF 1-10. Mend Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Indio 56CO283 BRIDGE NO. 56CO283, S/B INDIO BLVD, OVER UP RR & AMTRAK, 0.3 MI W JEFFERSON ST. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Indio 56CO283 BRIDGE NO. 56CO283, S/B INDIO BLVD., OVER UP RR & AMTRAK, 0.3 MI. W/O JEFFERSON ST.. Rehabilitate 2 lane bridge & widen to 3 lanes, add sidewalks, upgrade bridge railings. O8 Riverside Indio 56CO291 BRIDGE NO. 56CO291, JACKSON STREET, OVER INDIO BLVD., 0.4 MI NORTH OF SH 111. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Indio 56CO292 BRIDGE NO. 56CO292, N/B INDIO BLVD, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, 0.8 MI NNV MONROE ST. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) O8 Riverside La Quinta 00L0032 BRIDGE NO. OOL0032, ADAM STREET, OVER WHITEWATER RIVER, CITY OF LA QUINTA. Replace 4 lane low water crossing with 4 lane bridge. 08 Riverside Lake Elsinore 56C0309 BRIDGE NO. 56C0309, CASINO DR, OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER, 0.2 MI NNW RAILROD CYN RD. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Munieta OOL0018 BRIDGE NO, OOL0018, IVY STREET, OVER MURRIETA CREEK, NE OF HAYES. Replace 2 lane low water crossing with new 2 lane bridge. 08 Riverside Palm Springs 56C0311 BRIDGE NO. 56C0311, BOGERT TRAIL, OVER PALM CANYON WASH, 0.9 MI E PALM CANYON DR. Rehabilitate 2 lane bridge - not adding lane capacity 08 Riverside Perris 5600036 BRIDGE NO. 5600036 & 56C0035, CASE RD, OVER SAN JACINTO RIVER & OVERFL, 0.83 MI S/E OF ELLIS AVE. Replace 2 lane bridges with new 2 lane bridges. 08 Riverside Riverside County 56C0001R BRIDGE NO.56C0001 L & R, VAN BUREN BLVD, OVER SANTAANA RIVER, 1.0 MI S OF LIMONITE AVE. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Riverside County 5600071 BRIDGE NO. 5600071, MSSN BL/BUENA VST, OVER SANTA ANA RIVER, 1.47 MI W/O SH 91 ON 7TH. Mand Seismic Retrofit (HBRR) 08 Riverside Temecula 56CO227 BRIDGE NO. 56CO227, MAIN ST, OVER MURRIETA CREEK, 0.1 MI SNW FRONT ST. Replace 2 lane bridge with 2 lane bridge. Page 55 Division of Local Assistance RPT: GrpDet 3/23/2006, 6:13:38 PM 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that may be programmed under the Local Bridge lump sum grouping. Implementing Br. No./ District County Agency FSTIP Grouping Project Description District: 08 Total for MPO/RTPA: Riverside County Transportation Commission (Programmed funds In $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE RW CONST Fed, 53,443 989 3,358 0 0 4,133 44,964 0 4,099 248 49,096 Match 6,924 128 435 0 0 535 5,826 0 531 32 6,361 Total 60,368 1,117 3,793 0 0 4,668 50,789. 0 4,630 280 55,457 Number of projects: 14 Page 56 Division of Local Assistance RPT: GrpDet 3/23/2006, 6:13:38 PM • • • 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report includes projects that should be line item projects In the FSTIP. District: 08 County: Riverside Responsible Agency Project Description Moreno Valley BRIDGE NO. 56CO233, HEACOCK STREET, OVER PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRN, 2.7 MI. N/O RAMONA EXPRWY. Replace 2 lane bridge with 4 lane bridge. (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for Information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund Type Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE 10/2006 RW CONST 10/2008 HBRR 2,629 20 378 0 0 0 2,231 0 398 0 2,231 Match 341 3 49 0 0 0 289 0 52 0 289 Total 2,970 23 427 0 0 0 2,520 0 450 0 2,520 Mun ieta BRIDGE NO. 56C0162, WASHINGTON AV OVER MURRIETA CREEK, 0,2 MI N/W OF GUAVA ST. Remove bridge at Washington Ave and replace with new 21ane bridge at Guava st. (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund Type Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE 09/2005 RW 12/2006 CONST 06/2007 HBRR 5,250 456 212 0 0 0 4,581 0 456 212 4,581 Match 680 59 28 0 0 0 594 0 59 28 594 Total 5,930 515 240 0 0 0 5,175 0 515 240 5,175 Palm Springs BRIDGE NO. 00L0027, SOUTH PALM CANYON DRIVE, OVER ARENAS CANYON SOUTH DRAINAGE CHANNEL, Replace 2 lane low water crossing with 4 lane bridge: (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund Type Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE 11/2006 RW 11/2007 CONST 04/2008 HBRR 4,055 381 3,674 0 0 0 0 381 575 3,099 Match 525 0 49 476 0 0 0 0 49 75 401 Total 4,581 0 431 4,150 0 0 0 0 431 650 3,500 Palm Springs BRIDGE NO. 56C0025, INDIAN AVE, OVER UP RR 8 AMTRAK 0.6 MI S OF 1-10. Bridge rehabilitation of a 2 lane bridge widened to a 6 ane bridge. (Programmed funds In $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Page 26 Division of Local Assistance Fund Type Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE 05/2062 RW 06/2006 CONST 01/2007 HBRR 4,286 427 0 0 0 0 3,859 0 299 128 3,859 Match 555 55 0 0 0 0 500 0 39 17 500 Total 4,842 483 0 0 0 0 4,359 0 338 145 4,359 RPT: FSTIP#10 3/23/2006, 5:59:04 PM • 2006/2007 Highway Bridge Program This report Includes projects that should be line item projects In the FSTIP. District: 08 County: Riverside Responsible Agency Project Description Riverside County BRIDGE NO. 56C0017, RIVER RD, OVER SANTA ANA RIVER, 0.27 MI N OF BLUFF ST.. Replace 2 lane bridge with 4 lane bridge. (Programmed funds In $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Fund FFY FFY FFY FFY FFY PE RW CONST Type Total Prior 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 Beyond 04/2006 04/2006 11/2006 HBRR 33,378 3,993 29,386 0 0 0 0 0 2,665 1,328 29,386 Match 4,325 517 3,807 0 0 0 0 0 345 172 3,807 Total 37,703 4,510 33,193 0 0 0 0 0 3,010 1,500 33,193 Total for MPO/RTPA: Riverside County Transportation Commission (Programmed funds in $1,000) FFY 09/10 and FFY 10/11 are for information only and do not represent committed HBP funds. Total Prior FFY 06/07 FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 FFY 10/11 Beyond PE RW CONST Fed. 49,599 4,896 30,358 3,674 0 0 10,671 0 4,199 2,244 43,156 Match 6,426 634 3,933 476 0 0 1,383 0 544 291 5,591 Total 56,025 5,530 34,291 4,150 0 0 12,054 0 4,743 2,535 48,747 Number of projects: 5 Page 27 Division of Local Assistance RPT:FSTIP#10 3/23/2006, 5:59:04 PM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS Printed May 1, 2006 2006 Federal TIP (FY 2006/2007 - 2011/2012) SUMMARY REPORT • Local State Transit County: All Final County Tip Cost in Thousands Project Agency Name Route PMAPMB SYS Fund Year ENG R/W CONS Total RIV060124 BANNING 0 0 0 CO IN BANNING ON SUNSET AVE S/O I-10 IC: CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE UNDER CROSSING GRADE SEPARATION AT UPRR AND MINOR WIDENING 2 TO 6 LANES S/O OF UPRR TO RIV L CITY 2006/2007 1,400 450 0 1,850 RIV L CITY 2007/2008 0 0 1 s;r5a 11,650 Fund Subtotal: 1,400 450 11,650 13,500 RIV L DEM02007/2008 0 0 7,500 7,500 Fund Subtotal: 0 0 7,500 7,500 Project Total: 1,400 450 isl,I59 21,000 RIV011204 COACHELLA 0 0 0 CO IN COACHELLA ON DILLON RD - CONSTRUCT 4 LANE GRADE SEPARATION OVER UPRR TRACKS AND INDIO/GRAPEFRUIT BLVD (HWY 111) (PUC#: B613.0) • • RIV L CITY 2006/2007 0 0 3,513 3,513 Fund Subtotal: 0 0 3,513 3,513 RIV L CMAQ2006/2007 0 0 4,559 4,559 Fund Subtotal: 0 0 4,559 4,559 RIV L DEM02006/2007 0 0 2,500 2,500 Fund Subtotal: 0 0 2,500 2,500 RIV L PVT 2006/2007 0 0 f135 535 Fund Subtotal: 0 0 535 535 RIV L STA-P 2003/2004 220 0 ) 220 RIV L STA-P 2004/2005 630 2,650 3,280 RIV L STA-P2006/2007 0 01,500 Fund Subtotal: 850 2,650 ?,500 5,000 Project Total: 850 2,650 1 ,t,1 16,107 Cost in Thousands Project Agency Name Route PMA PMB SYS Fund Year ENG R/W CONS Total RIV011240 CORONA 0 0 0 CO IN CORONA ON MCKINLEY ST - CONSTRUCT 6 LANE (3 LANES EACH DIR) GRADE • SEPARATION AT BNSF RAILROAD (PA&ED AND PRE -DESIGN ONLY) RIV L DEM02006/2007 500 0 0 500 RIV L DEM02007/2008 500 0 0 500 Fund Subtotal: 1,000 0 0 1,000 . RIV L WRVT2006/2007 500 0 0 500 R1V L WRVT2007/2008 500 0 0 500 Fund Subtotal: 1,000 0 0 1,000 Project Total: 2,000 0 0 2,000 R1V011241 CORONA 0 0 0 CO IN CORONA ON AUTO CENTER DRIVE - CONSTRUCT 4 LANE OVERCROSSING (GRADE SEPARATION) OVER BNSF RAILROAD (PA&ED AND PRE -DESIGN ONLY) RIV L DEM02006/2007 500 RIV L DEM02007/2008 1,000 Fund Subtotal: 1,500 0 0 500 0 0 1,000 0 0 1,500 RIV L WRVT2006/2007 125 0 0 125 RIV L WRVT2007/2008 575 0 0 575 Fund Subtotal: 700 0 0 700 Project Total: 2,200 0 0 2,200 lIV060123 RIVERSIDE COUNTY 0 0 0 CO 111) ON CLAY ST APPROX 0.5 MILES EIO VAN BUREN BLVD AND N/O THE SANTA ANA RIVER: CONSTRUCT CLAY ST UNDERCROSSING UNDER THE UPRR (PA&ED/PRE-DESIGN RIV L CO 2006/2007 100 0 0 100 RIV L CO 2007/2008 250 0 0 250 RIV L CO 2008/2009 275 0 0 275 Fund Subtotal: 625 0 0 625 RIV L DEM02006/2007 400 0 0 400 RIV L DEM02007/2008 1,000 0 0 1,000 RIV L DEM02008/2009 1,100 0 0 1,100 Fund Subtotal: 2,500 0 0 2,500 Project Total: 3,125 0 0 3,125 Project Agency Name Cost in Thousands Route PMA PMB SYS Fund Year ENG R/W CONS Total RIV990703 RIVERSIDE, CITY OF 0 0 0 CO IlkERSIDE AT IURUPA AVE AND UP RR - CONSTRUCT UNDERPASS AND CLOSE MOUNTAIN VIEW AVE AT UPRR TRACKS RIV L AGEN2006/2007 0 0 1,087 1,087 Fund Subtotal: 0 0 1,087 1,087 RIV L CITY 2004/2005 1,200 402 0 1,602 RIV L CITY 2006/2007 0 500 280 780 Fund Subtotal: 1,200 902 280 2,382 RIV L CMAQ2004/2005 0 3,100 0 3,100 RIV L CMAQ2006/2007 0 0 3,171 3,171 Fund Subtotal: 0 3,100 3,171 6,271 RIV L DEM02006/2007 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 Fund Subtotal: 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 RIV L STA-P 2004/2005 200 0 0 200 RIV L STA-P 2006/2007 0 0 5,800 5,800 Fund Subtotal: 200 0 5,800 6,000 Project Total: 1,400 6,002 14,338 21,740 Grand Totals (Eng, R/W, Cons): 10,975 9,102 46,095 Grand Total, All Costs: 66,172 • AGENDA ITEM 14 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: May 15, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: Change to Interchange Projects with HOV Entry Ramps Designated as Transportation Control Measure Projects (TCMs) in the draft 2006 RTIP STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive and file a status report on the changes to IC projects with HOV entry ramps initially designated as TCM projects in the draft 2006 RTIP. I BACKGROUND INFORMATION: I Existing TCM programming guidance for IC improvement projects with an HOV entry ramp in the South Coast Air Basin (SCAB) requires them to be designated as a TCM project. The current policy impacts eight IC improvement projects in western Riverside County. Questions have emerged about the logic of this guidance. RCTC requested SCAG to review and clarify the policy. Lengthy discussions have occurred at SCAG's Transportation Conformity Working Group (TCWG) among CTC, SCAG, Ca!trans HQ, FHWA, SCAQMD, and EPA staff. A consensus was reached among all that the designation of IC projects with HOV entry ramps is not to be sufficient to designate the entire project as a TCM. In early May, EPA provided official concurrence and approval for SCAG to correct the discrepancy in the 2006 RTIP. The eight projects initially designated as TCMs will have their conformity status changed back to be a regular "non-exempt" and non TCM project. The change affects only projects in the SCAB region. Projects in the Salton Sea Air Basin (SSAB) (applicable to the Coachella Valley) or Mojave Desert Air Basin (MDAB) (Blythe/Palo Verde area) are not affected as the TCM program does not apply in these two air basins. The eight impacted projects include the following: 1. RIV060117 - Calimesa: 1-10/Singleton Ave IC Reconstruction 2. RIV060116 - Calimesa: I-10/Cherry Valley Blvd IC Reconstruction 3. RIV060115 - Beaumont: I-10/Oak Valley Pkwy IC Reconstruction: 4. RIV62034 - Riverside County: I-15/Clinton Keith Rd IC Reconstruction 5. 32300 - Moreno Valley: SR60/Nason St IC Reconstruction 6. RIV0084 - Riverside: SR91 /Van Buren Blvd IC Reconstruction 7. RIV62040 - Murrieta: 1-215/Los Alamos Rd IC Reconstruction 8. RIV060120 - March JPA: I-215/Van Buren Blvd IC Reconstruction • AGENDA ITEM IS A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the • agenda for item 15. • • ~ INITIAL CITY TAC MEMBER @_ BANNING 99 E. Ramsey St., DUANE BURK Banning 92220-0998 Director of Public Works '~ BEAUMONT 550 E. 6th St., JOHN WILDER Beaumont 92223 Assistant Director of Public Works BLYTHE . 440 S. Main St., JIM RODKEY Blythe 92225 Director of Public Works CVAG 73-710 Fred Waring Dr., Suite200, Palm Desert 92260 All YN WAGGLE CALIMESA 'P. 0. Box 1190, Calimesa 92320 CAL TRANS ~ 464 W. 4th St., 6th Fl., fsan Bernardino 92401-1400 SEAN YEUNG CANYON LAKE fJL 31516 Railroad Canyon Rd., HABIB MOTLAGH Canyon lake 92587 Contract City Engineer l~ CATHEDRAL CITY 68-700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City 92234 BILL BAYNE COACHELLA ELDON LEE 1515 West Sixth Street, Director of Public Works/City Engineer Coachella 92236 Department of Public Works CORONA AMADQATTAN 400 South Vicentia Ave. Public Works Director Corona 92882 Public Works Department \../ DESERT HOT SPRINGS -65-950 DAN PATNEAUDE Pierson Blvd., Desert Assistant City Engineer Hot Springs 92240 Engineering Department TELEPHONE 951-922-3130 951-769-8520 760-922-6611 x227 760-346-1127 909-795-9801 909-383-4030 951-943-6504 760-770-0360 760-398-57 44 951-736-2236 760-329-6411 X243 TAC.NIN MAY 15, 2006 FAX E-MAIL 951-922-3141 dburk@ci.banning.ca.us 951-769-8526 ulcjohn1@aol.com 760-922-0278 jrodkey@cityofblythe.ca.gov 760-340-5949 awaggle@cvag.org 909-795-4399 909-383-4129 sean_yeung@dot.ca.gov 951-943-8416 trilake@adelphia.net 760-202-1460 bbayne@cathedralcity.gov 760-398-1630 elee@coachella.org 951-736-2496 amadq@ci.corona.ca.us 760-288-0651 dpatneaude@ci.desert-hot-springs.ca.us • ALTERNATE AL TERNA TE E-MAIL KahonoOei citybanning@hotmail.com Chad Aaby caaby@cityofblythe.ca.gov Carol Clapper cclapper@cvag.org Bill Mosby william_a_mosby@dot.ca.gov Leslie Grosjean o/ lgrosjean@cathedralcity.gov Tony Lucero Senior Civil Engineer Department of Public Works tlucero@coachella.org Ned Ibrahim Assistant Public Works Director ned.ibrahim@ci.corona.ca.us Ryan Duarte Associate Engineer 5/5/2006 •• CITY TAC MEMBER HEMET lO E;.. \:" l~~\d~ ~"e... ~ . c:: .,.,, ·111uu,;,,fld.I """'.-v., _.. Hemet 9254\ ~ MIKE GOW fl INDIAN WELLS 44-950 Eldorado Dr., TIM WASSIL Indian Wells Public Works Director/City Engineer 92210-7497 Public Works Department !(fit INDIO 100 Civic Center Mall, Indio 92202 AMIR MODARRESSI LA QUINTA P.O.Box 1504, 78-495 Calle Tampico, TIMOTHY JONASSON La Quinta 92253 Public Works Director/City Engineer LAKE ELSINORE KENSEUMALO mt 130 South Main St., City Engineer Lake Elsinore 92530 Community Development Department MORENO VALLEY cfo/ P.0.Box 88005, CRAIG NEUSTAEDTER Moreno Valley Transportation Manager/ 92552-0805 City Traffic Engineer (4) MURRIETA 26442 Beckman Court, JIM KINLEY Murrieta 92562 Director of Public Works/City Engineer NORCO 2870 Clark Ave., P.O.Box 428, BILL THOMPSON Norco 92860-0428 Director of Public Works PALM DESERT J'J~ 73-510 Fred Waring Dr., Palm Desert 92260-MARK GREENWOOD 2578 Director of Public works j} PALM SPRINGS 3200 Tahquitz Canyon DAVE BARAKIAN Way, Director of Public Works/ Palm Springs 92262 City Engineer PVVTA 125 West Murphy St., LES NELSON Blythe 92225 General Manager TELEPHONE 951-765-3712 760-776-0237 760-342-6530 760-777-7042 951-674-3124 x244 951-413-3140 951-461-6077 951-270-5607 760-776-6450 760-323-8253 760-922-B161 TAC.NIN MAY 15, 2006 FAX E-MAIL 951-765-2493 mgow@cityofhemet.org 760-346-0407 twassil@cityofindianwells.org 760-342-6556 amir@indio.org 760-777-7155 tjonasson@la-quinta.org 951-674-2392 kseumalo@lake-elsinore.org 951-413-3158 craign@moval.org 951-B98-4509 jkinley@murrieta.org 951-270-5622 bthompson@ci.norco.ca.us 760-341-7098 mgreenwood@ci.palm-desert.ca.us 760-322-8325 DaveB@ci.palm-springs.ca.us 760-922-4938 lnelson@cityofblythe.ca.gov • ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL Linda Nixon Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II bbaker@cityofindianwells.org Jim Smith jsmith@indio.org A .I-+.d/J/ Ed Basubas ~ r 'I>' Senior Civil Engineer ebasubas@lake-elsinore.org Russ Napier Capital Improvement Program Manager mapier@murrieta.org Lori Askew Associate Engineer Laskew@ci.norco.ca.us Ryan Gayler/Phil Joy Marcus Fuller 5/5/2006 •• CITY TAC MEMBER TELEPHONE .1/Uv PERRIS 101 North 'D' St., AHMAD ANSARI Perris 92570 Public Works Director 951-943-6100x237 ~ RTA l1ark-~rey WsThirdSt., Riverside 92517-1968 Or. of l'lc..~,.,.41 951-565-5130 ~. RANCHO MIRAGE 7 69-825 Highway 111, BRUCE HARRY Rancho Mirage 92270 Director of Public Works 760-770-3224 ~ RIVERSIDE TOM BOYD 3900 Main St., Deputy Public Works Director/ Riverside 92522 City Engineer 951-826-5575 (Jtjl Ir GEORGE JOHNSON RIVERSIDE COUNTY Director of Transportation 4080 Lemon St., Transportation and Land Management Riverside 92501 Agency 951-955-6740 JUAN PEREZ RIVERSIDE COUNTY Deputy Director of Transportation v 4080 Lemon St., Transportation and Land Management Riverside 92501 Agency 951-955-6740 SAN JACINTO ~1 201 E. Main St., HABIB MOTLAGH San Jacinto 92583 Contract City Engineer 951-943-6504 SUN LINE 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail, Thousand Palms EUNICELOVI 92276 Director of Planning 760-343-3456 X119 M TEMECULA BILL HUGHES 43200 Business Park Director of Public Works/City Engineer Dr., Temecula 92590 Public Works Department 951-694-6411 IWRGOG 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside 92501 RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER 951-955-8304 . 1'--'\\"'~ ~~~\('\'~ ~~~~5 ~ cJ · . . GA~~5.. 46,rC 0 .? /'(I }!tc r f>AL Enj1,,ur,.~ KeStJdfU~ (NE~~ ,0·1<. Sfeve. Rogers Jo7o9 Giolr/ett q,,,·n9s Drive.. ?A · freJ ALfJ..'moLAola.. 11 . r/ TAC.NIN MAY 15, 2006 FAX E-MAIL 951-943-8591 aansari@cityofperris.org 951-565-5131 M 5~ fe7 ~/·lve-m4t..-, ~·f.cPt 760-770-3261 bruceh@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us 951-826-5542 TBoyd@riversideca.gov 951-955-3198 GJohnson@rctlma.org 951-955-3198 jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us 951-943-8416 trilake@adelphia.net 760-343-3845 elovi@sunline.org 951-694-6475 bill.hughes@cityoftemecula.org 951-787-7991 berger@wrcog.cog.ca.us • ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL Habib Motlagh Contract City Engineer trilake@adelphia.net Mike McCoy Senior Planner OK.. Planning Department mmccoy@riversidetransit.com Randy Viegas Project Manager randyv@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us Siobhan Foster sfoster@riversideca.gov Juan Perez Deputy Director of Transportation jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us George Johnson Director of Transportation GJohnson@rctlma.org Ron Parks Deputy Public Works Director D 1lmo11.d Bttr CfJ q17<t'f (q&q) 5f5-376o f().y (qo1)515-1'18"/ f./ I'/ fu.JAL~m_ ME~@ Y11~00. Car)\ 5/5/2006