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07 July 20, 2006 Transit Policy77455 RECORDS RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON TRANSIT POLICY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA TIME: 10:00 a.m. DATE: Thursday, July 20, 2006 LOCATIONS: Conference Room C, 5th Floor Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside 4th District, Riverside County (Teleconference Site) 73-710 Fred Waring Drive, Suite 222 Palm Desert, CA 92260 *** 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 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 *** Stephanie Wiggins, Regional Programs 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 10:00. a.m. Thursday, July 20, 2006 CONFERENCE ROOM C Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 5th Floor, Riverside and 4th District, Riverside County (Teleconference Site) 73-710 Fred Waring. Drive, Suite 222 Palm Desert CA 92260 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 Board 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 (Items not listed on the agenda) 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - May 18, 2006 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.) RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION COMMISSIONER SIGN -IN SHEET JULY 20, 2006 N ME l to 411/1s ZA AGENCY 0/ A 71-4 ARCO )116-71(>> E MAIL ADDRESS "..4yiri{y RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Transit Policy Committee was called to order by Vice Chair Frank West at'10:06 a.m. in the Conference Room A, County of Riverside Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, Third Floor, Riverside, California, 92501. Z. TRANSIT POLICY COMMITTEE May 18, 2006 Minutes ROLL CALL Members Present Steve Adams Roger Berg John Chlebnik Frank Hall John F. Tavaglione Frank West Roy Wilson Members Absent Daryl Busch Terry Henderson Jeff Stone* *Commissioner Jeff Stone assigned his proxy vote to Commissioner John Tavaglione. A letter has been filed with the Clerk of the Board. 3. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no requests to speak'from the public. 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (West/Adams) to approve the January 23, 2006 minutes as submitted. 5. ADDITIONS/REVISIONS There was a revision and addition to the Agenda Item 7, "Productivity Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2006/07 Performance Targets". I Transit Policy Committee Minutes May 18, 2006 Page 2 6. PRESENTATION: WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNCILOF .GOVERNMENTS' TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT Stephanie Wiggins,' Regional Programs Director, provided background information on the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Demonstration Project and introduced Susan DeSantis, consultant to Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG), to present the Community and Environmental Transportation Acceptability Process , ,(CETAP) TOD Demonstration Project and Doug Langille from IBI Group to present the preliminary findings as it relates to the TOD. , Stephanie Wiggins stated that WRCOG is working with the Commission, Riverside Transit Agency (RTA), Caltrans :and local cities within the Western Riverside County to explore opportunities associated with TOD. Susan DeSantis presented the TOD study, highlighting the following areas: • Involvement with the TOD study; • Project goals; • The market assessments for TOD study; • Phase I of the study that included results of the survey research; • Phase 11 beginning in the city of Corona and city of Perris that, entails visioning workshops and demonstration projects; • Phase Ili beginning in September or October 2006 andthat will involve major community outreach; and • final report and presentation of the TOD study will conclude at the end of February,2007. Doug Langille provided an overview on the following items: • Transit element components on the TOD study; • Policy issues as the study; moves forward; and • Ranking of transit station analysis for the opportunities of implementation. At ;the request of Eric Haley, Executive: Director, Susan DeSantis provided clarification of a transit user. Eric Haley expressed concern about moving forward in reviewing' development proposals for Downtown Riverside and La Sierra Stations as the Commission has taken previous ,action for the development of these centers that did not include the TOD study outcome. Transit Policy Committee Minutes May 18, 2006 Page 3 Susan DeSantis indicated that a meeting has been coordinated with city of Riverside staff to discuss the opportunity and potential coordination efforts. She stated that the Commission, RTA and Caltrans are partners in this effort and are participating in the study. Discussion continued regarding the various -types of TODs including employment, high -density, neighborhood centers as well as activity -focused centers. Commissioner Robin Lowe expressed concernregarding consideration for the geographical limitations of cities as it relates to the population requirement for ridership within one -quarter mile of a TOD and stated that the Commission needs to respect the local jurisdictions' land use decisions as the TOD study proceeds. Susan DeSantis responded that the cities are leading the planning efforts and the study team is working with city staff and city councils to guide the study process that takes place within each city. She stated that there are different types of TOD and there will be prototypes for the Commission to review. Commissioner Lowe said the study indicates there are thresholds and it appears that the thresholds have already been decided. In response to Commissioner Lowe's concern, Doug Langille stated those are benchmarks. An analysis will be prepared` to address the different community environments and desires, noting that no one TOD fits all jurisdictions. Commissioner -Roger Berg agrees with TOD and he said it would work well in Riverside and Corona with the rail' locations and high scale development can be created in those areas. However, Commissioner Berg would like more. discussion about the premium bus service and believes that this service would work better in some of the outlying, low density areas. Tanya ' Loved Program Manager, said that the next presentation on the agenda will provide some `'information about the premium bus service as one of the conceptual plans that are being developed. Eric Haley noted that this has been discussed with Orange County and financial commitments have been made for premium bus service between the Counties. Transit Policy Committee Minutes May 18, 2006 Page 4 M/S/C (West/Adams), to receive and file a; presentation on the Western Riverside Council of Governments: Transit Oriented Development Demonstration Project. 7. PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2006/07 PERFORMANCE TARGETS Tanya Love provided an overview and background information on transit accomplishments, performance targets, and operator oversight. She stated that the Commission set aside $400,000 for premium bus services working with Orange. County Transportation Authority (OCTA). She: discussedthe transit operators' Productivity Improvement Program (PIP) that establishes objective criteria for the operators to meet because there are mandatory and discretionary targets. Also, all of the operators are using the web -based TransTrack program that allows the operator to enter the information at its site and Commission staff can download the information: In response to Commissioner Berg's question regarding the difference in hourly. costs, Tanya Love responded that it is dependent on the density of a service area. Additionally, the Commission does not compare one operator to another because of the differences in service area. M/S/C (West/Chlebnik) to: 1) Approve Productivity Improvement Program (PIP) FY , 2006/07 performance targets for the farebox recovery ratio and discretionary indicators; 2) Approve an increase in the PIP FY 2006/07 performance targets for the :operating cost per revenue :hour for the Banning Municipal: Transit Agency, .City of Corona, Riverside ,Transit Agency and RCTC's Commuter Rail .Program; and Forward to the Plans and Programs Committee , for review and approval.. 8. CONCEPTUAL PLANS; PROPOSED TRANSIT OPERATING AND .CAPITAL. NEEDS UTILIZING MEASURE A :AND .TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT ACT FUNDING Tanya Love provided an overview,; on the FY 2001/03 Triennial Performance Audit recommendation and noted that six of the seven policy issues have been completed since the establishment of the Transit Policy Committee in May 2004 and in six of those policies are completed and she described each Transit Policy Committee Minutes May 18, 2006 Page 5 of the policies. She then discussed the 2009 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) allocations for transit including the development of the conceptual plans for the operators. M/S/C (West/Chlebnik) to: 1) Approve the proposed conceptual plan template for identifying operating and capital requests for four program areas in western Riverside County, transit in Coachella Valley and Palo Verde Valley; 2) Direct Commission staff to work with transit operators and program staff to develop conceptual plans for Measure A and - TDA funding; and 3) Submit the draft conceptual plans for discussion at the next meeting of the Transit Policy Committee. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Transit Policy Committee, the meeting was adjourned at 11:05 a.m. The next meeting is scheduled to be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 20, 2006. Respectfully submitted, \t.X` 4 p . . �•\ Jennifer Harmon Clerk of the Board • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE; July 20, 2006 TO: Transit Policy Committee FROM: Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Stephanie Wiggins, Regional Programs Director SUBJECT: Conceptual Plans: Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Needs Utilizing Measure A and Transportation Development Act Funding STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to direct staff to work with the Transit Operators to review the conceptual plans with an emphasis on identifying: i • Performance measures with a focus on improving mobility; • Non -Measure A and TDA funds that can be leveraged; and • Coordinated transit needs. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At the May 18, 2006 Transit Policy Committee (TPC), Commission staff was directed to work with transit operators and program staff to develop a ten-year conceptual plan identifying operating and capital needs utilizing Measure A and Transportation Development Act funding. The intent behind the conceptual planning process is to lay th'e ground work for creating a vision of transit servicefor Riverside County. TPC members may recall that the creation of a transit vision was one of the recommendations' made in the Commission's FY 2001 — FY 2003 Triennial Performance audit'. Since the May TPC meeting, public transit operators and Commission staff have identified 68 projects as the foundation for developing the county -wide transit vision. Attachment 1 provides a summary of each of the proposed projects and identifies both the apportionment area as well as the public agency proposing the projects. Attachment` 2 is a complete packet of the proposed projects (prepared by agency and program staff) together with a brief description of the, project and or service. At the time of writing this agenda item, Commission staff was in the process of reviewing the data and clarifying ' "Create a Vision of Transit Service for Riverside County: RCTC, working in cooperation with the transit operators (including Metrolink), should create a vision of transit service for Riverside' County that ensures that the transit operators provide services that meet the county's transit needs and adhere to applicable performance standards established in state law and by the Commission. The vision should include a process that includes input from the operators, public policy -makers, and community stakeholders. The vision should provide overall policy direction in the provision of a coordinated county -wide transit system...." projected costs between data in the summary sheet compared to data contained in the back up documentation. Changes, if any, will be identified at the July TPC meeting. ' It should be noted that due to staffing changes, the city of Corona's Transit Services was'. unable to provide its proposed projects; however, at the time of writing this staff report, city staff was in the process of developing its plans. In addition, while Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency (PVVTA) provided summary sheets of its proposed projects, PVVTA did. not provide any supporting documentation; however, at the time of preparing this staff report, it was in the process of developing a full packet. The following summary chart provides the number of proposed projects, by agency together with the projected costs of the projects for FYs 2009-2019: Number of Proposed Apportionment Area/Agency or Program, Projects Projected Cost Western Riverside City of Banning/Pass Transit 11 $ 25,910,370 City of Beaumont/Pass Transit 6 $ 21,475,000 Riverside Special Services 5 $ 44,176,098 Riverside Transit Agency 12 $ 697,298,200 RCTC's Commuter Rail 6 $ 603,251,000 RCTC's Commuter Assistance Program 1 $ 28,645,661 RCTC's Specialized Transit Program 2 $ 35,000,000 Coachella Valley SunLine Transit Agency 14 $ 557,387,735 Palo Verde Valley Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency 11 Total: All Apportionment Areas/All Agencies 68 It was staff's desire to present to the TPC a consensus plan for the further development of :the county -wide transit vision; however, with an average annual, need of $2.03.5 million per year between 2009-2019, it is unlikely that there will be adequate revenue available to fund the proposed projects ,given current revenue . streams'. The staff recommendation seeks to outline a framework to allow the transit operators to work together with staff to present a consensus plan. At the TPC meeting, staff will provide an overview of the proposed projects together with, an -overview of possible revenue sources. . Attachments: 1) Summary Spreadsheet 2) Conceptual Plans, By Agency/Program 2 Total transit funding for FY .2006/07' is $1:38.5-:million and includes all revenues not just` Measure A and Transportation Development Act funding. In addition, funding for the :Commuter Assistance' Program and Specialized Transit Program for FY 2006/07 is budgeted' at approximately $4.5 million. Summary: Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Needs Measure A and Transportation Development Act Funding FY 2008/09 - 2018/2019 TOTAL FUNDS REQUESTED: ALL APPORTIONMENT AREAS" APPORTIONMENT AREA/AGENCY $ 2,034,686,559 Total Protected Cost WESTERN RIVERSIDE Proposed Protects) Protected Cost (Bv Agency) City of Banning/Pass Transit Operating - Fixed Route 15,133,500 Operating - Dial -a -Ride 1,713,506 Vehicles (Replacement) - Fixed Route 2,120,000 Vehicles (Replacement) - Dial -a -Ride 235,000 Capital Equipment 400,000 Corporate Yard Transit Division Improvements 400,000 Operating Costs - Fixed Route - Expanded Hours 1,735,070 Operating Costs -Dial-a-Ride - Expanded Hours 697,689 Vehicles (Expansion) - Dial -a -Ride 70,000 Pass Transit System Transit Center 2,500,000 CJ Off -hours and Out of Service Area Medical Transportation 905,605 Total: City of Banning/Pass Transit $ 25,910,370 City of Beaumont/Pass Transit Riverside Special Services Operating• Fixed Route 12,000,000 Operating Costs = Dial -a -Ride 7,000,000 Vehicles (Replacement) - Dial -a -Ride 600,000 Capital Equipment 200,000 Farebox Supplement - Dial -a -Ride 75,000 Vehicles (Replacement & Expansion) - Fixed Route 1,600,000 Total: City of Beaumont/Pass Transit $ 21,475,000 Operating - Dial -a -Ride 35,476,098 Capitalized Preventive Maintenance _1,000,000 Vehicles (Replacement), Dial -a -Ride 7,400,000 Capital Equipment 150,000 Locator Equipment (MDC/AVL Update of Software Technology) 150,000 Total: Riverside Special Services $ 44,176,098 Conceptual Plans Proposed Operating Capital Needs As of 7/14/2006 1 APPORTIONMENT AREA/AGENCY WESTERN. RIVERSIDE Riverside Transit 4ency RCTC's Commuter Rail Proposed Protects) Operating - Bus Rapid Transit Enhanced Commuter Link - East Corridors Enhanced Commuter Link - West Corridors Operations/Maintenance Facility Transit Center Enhancements ITS for Contracted Route Operations . Operating - Fixed Route and Dial -a -Ride Capitallzed,Preventive Maintenance Transit Center Maintenance ATIS Software Maintenance Revenue Vehicle Replacement Vehicle (Expansion) —Fixed Route Total: Riverside Transit Agency Commuter Rail Station Operations and Maintenance Future Metrolink,Service :Levels - Operating Costs Future Metrolink Service Levels - Capital Perris Valley Line Commuter Rail Station Parking Expansion Perris Valley Line Extensions to San Jacinto/Temecula Total: RCTC's Commuter Rail Program RCTC's Commuter Assistance Program Riverside County COmmuter Assistance Program Total.: RCTC's Commuter Rail Program RCTC's Specialized Transit Program Seniors and Low Income Veterans Ride Western Riverside Fixed Route Services 'For Free" MObllity Management Program . Total: RCTC's Specialized Transit Program Protected Cost 5,600,000 16,901,000 7,717,000 15,000,000 13,500,000 6,000,000. 546,927,400 33,826,300 10,000,000 2,000,000 24,826,500 15,000,000 53,501,000 164,000,000 100,000,000 60,000,000 50,000,000 175,750,000 Total Protected Cost (By Agency) 697,298,200 28,645,661 15,000,000 20,000,000 603,251,000 28,645,661 35,000,000 Conceptual Plans Proposed Operating Capital Needs As of 7/14/2006 2 • • APPORTIONMENT AREA/AGENCY COACHELLA VALLEY SunLIne Transit Agency Proposed Protects) Bus Rapid Transit/Express Bus Service/Commuter Services - Capital Bus Rapid Transit/Express Bus Service/Commuter Services - Operating Vehicles (Replacement) - Fixed Route Community Based Service Implementation - Capital Community Based Service Implementation - Operating Frequency Improvement on Line 111 - Capital Frequency Improvement on Line 111 -Operating Implementation of Market -Based Service - Capital Implementation of Market -Based Service - Operating Discount Senior Fares and Additional Service - Operating Implementation of Sub -Regional Service - Capital Implementation of Sub -Regional Service - Operating Transit Enhancement Project Transit Facilities (Transfer Locations, Park and Ride Lots and Transit Centers) Total: SunLine Transit Agency PALO VERDE VALLEY CTt Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency Operating: Fixed Route Operating: Dial -a -ride Vehicles (Replacement) - Fixed Route Vehicles (Replacement) - Dial -a -Ride Facility: Relocate Corporate Yard Facility: Capital Equipment CNG Fueling Station Operating: Fixed Route Expanded Hours Operating: Dial -a -Ride Expanded H ours Vehicles (Expansion) - Fixed Route Bus Stop Amenities Total: Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency `Due to change in staff, City of Corona will submit their transit plans at a later date. Protected Cost 12,648,150 109,305,000 13,912,965 5,059,260 40,930,310 7,167,285 102,146,780 2,529,630 57,255,000 46,845,000 11,383, 335 136,205,020 1,500,000 10,500,000 11,386,500 2,836,425 781,850 387,200 1,000,000 1,000,000 400,000 3,006,050 340,370 254,100 150,000 Total Protected Cost (By Agency) 557,387,735 21,542,495 Conceptual Plans Proposed Operating Capital Needs As of 7/14/2006 3 Transit Policy Committee July 20, 2006 Measure A and TDA Funding Conceptual Plans: Proposed Operating and Capital Needs Triennial Performance Audit Recommendation Create a Vision of Transit Service for Riverside County 4 The establishment of the Transit Policy Committee provides the institutional means within RCTC to create the vision. process for input: operators, public policy makers and community stakeholders • $390M — Western Riverside ► Commuter Rail Intercity Bus $255M VIOXitrru ► Specialized Transit ($85M minimum threshold) ► Commuter Assistance ($50Mminimum threshold) • TDA Funding Formula ► 78% (Bus) — 22% (Rai!) - Time line to review in FY 2007/08 - Change to formula, if any, to be implemented in FY 2009/10 2009 Measure A Funding • $188M Coachella Valley Express east -west transit routes ► Improve/expand public transit and specialized transit services Discount fares and expanded services for seniors & persons with disabilities ► Bus replacement and more frequent service Palo Verde Valley • Measure A funding was not identified in 2009 Expenditure Plan.. . 4 Conceptual planning will focus on TDA funding Conceptual Plans (Financially Unconstrained) 1. Brief description of the proposed transportation project 2. Goal/outcome 3. Evaluation criteria (how will agency determine effectiveness of the project) 4. Geographical service area 5. Capital Proposed Projects: 2009 - 2019 Number of Proposed Apportionment Area/Agency or Program Projects Western Riverside City of Banning/Pass Transit City of Beaumont/Pass Transit Riverside Special Services Riverside Transit Agency RCTC's Commuter Rail RCTC's Commuter Assistance Program RCTC's Specialized Transit Program Coachella Valley SunLine Transit Agency Palo Verde Valley Projected Cost 11 $ 25,910,370 6 $ 21,475,000 5 $ 44,176,098 12 $ 697,298,200 6 $ 603,451,000 1 $ 28,645,661 2 $ 35,000,000 14 $ 557,387,735 Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency 11 $ 21,542,495 Total: All Apportionment Areas/All Agencies (with the exception of City of Corona) 68 $ 2,034,886,559 FY 2006/07 Funding $2,034,686,559/10 years $203.5M annual average $138.5M $ 4.5M $143 OM (All Transit Revenues) (Commuter Assistance & Specialized Transit) FY 2006/07 Funding Projected Revenue Compared to Funds Requested (2009 — 2019) Apportionment Areas Western County Commuter Rail & Public Bus Proiected Revenue Measure A TDA $ 85,000,000 $ 1,010,840,431 Western County (Set Aside) Commuter Assistance 16,666,667 Specialized Transit 28,333,333 Coachella Valley Public Bus Palo Verde Valley 62,666,667 277,051,941 Public Bus 20,808,341 Total_Proected Revenue, ,095840,431 16,ii66,667 28,333,333 20;808,341 1,501,36 ,,380 Total Funds Requested Difference 1,392,310,668 $ (296,470,237) 28,645,661 35,000,000 (11,978,994) (6,666,667) 557,387,735 (217,669,127) 21,542,495 (734,154) $ 2,034,886,559 $ (533,519,179) Highlights: Conceptual Plan • Pass Area: Transit Center • After hours and out of area medical transportation • Bus Rapid Transit 4 Western Riverside & Coachella Valley • Commuter Link Service (Western Riv.) 4 East: 1-215 from Temecula to Riverside 3 West: 1-15 from Temecula to Corona Highlights: Conceptual Plan • Metrolink Services -} Doubling of Current Services • Perris Valley Line: Perris • Extension of the Perris Valley Line 4 San Jacinto/Temecula • Station Parking Expansion • Transit Facilities (Bus & Rail) Highlights: Conceptual Plan ommu er ssts ance rogram: - Rideshare Incentives Employer Services - Park and Ride Lots/Security - Regional Rideshare Program 511 & Traveler Information Services - Freeway Detection and Integration • Specialized Transit Program: Golden Passport and Patriot Pass Program (Seniors and low-income veterans ride fixed route for free) - Mobility Management Program: Seniors & Low- income veterans ride free, on -going niche -market services Summary • Transit Vision • Conceptual Planning • Consensus Plan • Leverage of Funds • TDA & Measure A Funding (Western Riv.) Formula: TDA • Measure A $390M — $50M Commuter Assistance — $85M Specialized Transit » Balance of $255M: Bus/Commuter Rail (?) Staff Recommendation Direct staff to work with transit operators (and programmatic staff) to review conceptual plans with a emphasis on identifying: • Performance measures with a focus on improving mobility; • Non -Measure A and TDA funds that can be leveraged; and • Coordinated transit needs. Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: City of Banning SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: Fixed Route Operating Costs (existing level of service) Cost: $ 15,133,500.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: ten-year operating cost Project Name: Dial -A -Ride Operating Costs (existing level of service) Cost: $ 1,713,506.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing . Time Line for Implementation: ten-year operating cost Project Name: Replacement Vehicles for Fixed Route Service Cost: $ 2,120,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: 1 - FY 2011, 2 — FY 2014, 2 — FY 2018 Project Name: Replacement Vehicles for Dial -A -Ride Service Cost: $ 235,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: 1— FY 2010,1— FY 2015,1— FY 2016 Project Name: Capital Equipment (office, fleet, surveillance, etc) Cost: $ 400,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: ten-year capital costs Project Name: Corporate Yard Transit Division Improvements Cost: $ 400,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: After FY 2010 TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: $ See page 2 Measure A Funds Requested: $ TDA Funds Requested: $ As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary Sheet 6 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: City ofBanning SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: Fixed Route Operating Costs - Expanded Hours Cost: $ 1,735,070.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: seven-year operating cost beginning FY 2013 Project Name: Dial -A -Ride Operating Costs — Expanded Hours Cost: $ 697,689.00 Indicate whether proposed projectisNew or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: seven-year operating cost beginning FY 2013 Project Name: Expansion Vehicles for Dial -A -Ride Service Cost: $ 70,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation:' FY 2013 Project Name: Pass Transit System Transit Center Cost: $ 2,500,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: Yet to be determined Project Name: Off -hours & Out of Service Area Medical Transportation Cost: $ 905,605.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: estimated ten-year operating costs TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: $ 25,910,370.00 Measure A Funds Requested: $ 3,621,800.00 TDA Funds Requested: $ 22,188,570.00 As of 7/11/2006 Measure MIVA Summary Sheet • Measure A and Transportation Development Act ('IAA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit D Capital: Fixed Route O Paratransit Total Cost: $_15,133,500:00 [Project Name: City of Banning Fixed Route Operating Costs (existing levelof service) Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922 3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Projected operating costs for Pass Transit System Routes 1, 5, and 6 at existing level of service. (Estimated ten year operating costs using a 5% per year escalator.) Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Safe, effective, and efficient provision of fixed route transit service throughout the City of Banning and Cabazon. Evaluation Criteria (Identify Low agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership and PIP performance indicators. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning, Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and downtown Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Identified as capital project 8 As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 1,713,506.00 IIPTOjeCt NaT11e: City of Banning Dial -A -Ride Operating Costs (existing level of service) Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Projected operating costs for Banning Dial=A-Ride at existing level of service. (Ten year operating costs using a 5% per year escalator:) Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Safe, effective, and efficient provision ofparatransit service throughout the City of Banning and Cabazon for the elderly, persons with disabilities, and ADA-certified passengers. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership and PIP performance indicators. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning, Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and destinations in Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/n3odel and passenger capacity: Identified as capital project. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A TDA Summary of Proposed Project 9 Measure A and Transportation Development Act, (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $_2,120,000.00_ 17)1'Oject Name: City of Banning Replacement Vehicles for Fixed Route Service Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey. Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Projected cost of replacement vehicles for existing fixed route service. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Safe, effective, and efficient provision of paratransit service throughout the City of Banning and Cabazon for the elderly, persons with disabilities, and ADA-certified passengers. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership and PIP performance indicators. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning, Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and destinations in Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number; expected make/model and passenger capacity: Five 35-foot transit coaches with two wheelchair tiedowns, lift/ramp, radio, and farebox,-two driver relief vehicles (light weight trucks);and one supervisors van, wheelchair lift and tiedown egipped. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 10 Measure A and Transportation Development' Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Total Cost: $ 235,000.00 !Project Name: City of Banning Dial -A -Ride Replacement Vehicles Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey. Street, Banning; CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Projected cost of cutaway van for existing Banning Dial -A -Ride Service. GoallOutcome of Proposed Project: Safe, effective, and efficient provision of paratransit service throughout the City of Banning and Cabazon for the elderly, persons with disabilities, and ADA-certified passengers. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership and PIP performance indicators. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning; Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and destinations in Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Three 12-passenger cutaway vans with 3 wheelchair tiedown stations, lift, radio, and farebcoc. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 11 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: S 400,000.00 Project Name: City of Banning Transit Capital (excluding vehicles) Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Projected ten-year capital expenses for bus stop furnishings, office furniture and egipment, vehicle shop egipment, surveillance egipment, for the City of Banning's transit and dial -a -ride services. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Safe, effective, and efficient provision of fixed route service throughout the City of Banning and Cabazon. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership and PIP performance indicators. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning, Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and downtown Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Vehicles are listed as a separate' capital project. As of 7/11/2006 Measure Af1'DA Summary of Proposed Project 12 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital:: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 400,000.00 'Project Name: City of Banning Corporate Yard Improvements for Transit Services Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241,cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Transit System's portion of a renovation and new construction of the City of Banning Corporate Yard. This is anticipated to not take place until after FY 2010: The design phase has not yet been initiated: The project would include operations offices, additional vehicle parking (employee and transit vehicle), shared restrooms, break room, classroom facilities. Other funding sources will be identified and solicited as the project evolves. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: To have sufficient facilities to allow the effective and efficient operation of an expanded transit system. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership and PIP performance indicators. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning, Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and downtown Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Vehicles are listed as a separate capital project. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 13 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check:` Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 1,735,070.00 [Project Name: City of Banning Fixed Route Operating Costs Expanded Hours Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Projected operating costs for expanded operating weekday hours (NI-F, 7:00 - 10.00 PM) Pass Transit System Routes 1, 5, and 6. Implemented in FY 2013. (Estimated seven year operating costs using a 5% escalator.) Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Safe; effective, and efficient provision of fixed route transit service throughout the City of Banning and Cabazon. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project):. Ridership and PIP performance indicators. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning, Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and downtown Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Identified as capital project. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 14 Measure A and TransportationDevelopment Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route 0 Paratransit X Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 697,689.00 'Project Name: City of Banning Dial -A -Ride Operating Costs -Expanded Service Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998,'99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Projected operating costs for Banning Dial -A -Ride expanded' service. Service expansion includes additional service to meet demand of aging population and to provide complementary paratransit service to expanded fixed route hours. (Seven year estimated costs using a 5Ver year escalator with service starting in FY013.) Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Safe, effective, and efficient provision of paratransit service throughout the City of Banning and Cabazon for the elderly; persons with disabilities, and ADA-certified passengers. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership and PIP performance indicators: Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning, Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and destinations in Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Identified as capital project. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 15 • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Total Cost: $ 70,000.00 'Project Name: City of Banning Dial -A -Ride Expansion Vehicle Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project:. Projected cost of cutaway van for expanded Banning Dial -A -Ride Service. (Implementation year: FY 2013) Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Safe, effective, and efficient provision of paratransit service throughout the City of Banning and Cabazon for the elderly, persons with disabilities, and ADA-certified passengers. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership and PIP performance indicators. Geographical Service Area of 'Transportation Project: City of Banning, Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and destinations in Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: One 12-passenger cutaway vans with 3 wheelchair tiedown stations, lift, radio, and farebox. 16 As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: S 905,605.00 !Project Name: Off -Hour & Out of Service Area Medical Transportation Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Entail: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, cmillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: There is a need in the Pass Area for early and late transportation to and from the local dialysis center. There is also a need among the elderly and persons with disabilities for transportation to medical facilities out of the Pass Area (Loma Linda, VA Hospital, Eisenhower Medical Center). These trips are either outside of the regular service hours or outside of the regular service area for the dial -a -ride service. The above funding is a placeholder amount for a yet to be developed service to meet this need: Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: The safe, effective, and efficient provision of paratransit service for the elderly and persons with disabilities to and from medical appointment with a reasonable amount of waiting. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership, PIP performance indicators, and customer wait time. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: City of Banning; `Cabazon, commercial area of Morongo Reservation, and destinations in Beaumont. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), id. capacity: Identified as capital project. tifying number, expected make/model and passenger As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 17 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 2,500,000.00 'Project Name: City of Banning Pass Transit Transit Center Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Banning, P. O. Box 998, 99 E. Ramsey Street, Banning, CA 92220 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Chris Millen, Community Services Director, (951) 922-3241, emillen@ci.banning.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: The design, land purchase, and construction of a transit center in the Pass Area. The center would serve as the regional transfer point and local Greyhound Station. Location will give consideration to the potential of commuter rail service to the Pass Area. (Location yet to be determined.) Alternative funding sources will be sought. This project is years from being initiated. However, it is anticipated that the project will be started, and likely completed before FY 2019. Goal/Outcome of Proposed. Project: To have sufficient facilities to allow the effective and efficient operation of an expanded transit system. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Ridership, ease of travel to and through the Pass Area, and customer feedback. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Cities of Banning and Beaumont, Cabazon, Cherry Valley, and commercial area of Morongo Reservation. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Vehicles are listed as a separate capital project. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 18 Lv �� j �:.1;5:'.'.�j; Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: City of Beaumont/Pass Transit SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: Operating Costs Fixed Route F/Ys 09-19 TDA Funds Cost: $12,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: F/Ys 09-19 Project Name: Operating Costs DAR F/Ys 09-19 Measure A Funds Cost: $7,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: F/Ys 09-19 Project Name: DAR Replacement Buses F/Ys 09-19 Measure A Funds Cost: $600,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: F/Ys 09-19 Project Name: Purchase of Shop and Office Equipment F/Ys 09-19 TDA Funds Cost: $200.000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: F/Ys 09-19 Project Name: Farebox Supplement DAR services of Disabled and Seniors. F/Ys 09-10 Measure A Funds Cost: $75,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: F/Ys 09-19 Project Name: Capital Costs for Three Fixed Route Replacement Buses and One Expansion Bus TDA Funds Cost: $1,600,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: F/Ys 09-19 TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: $21,475,000 Measure A Funds Requested: $7,675,000 TDA Funds Requested: $13,800,000 As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/1'1)A Summary Sheet 19 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 12,000,000 Project Name: Fixed Route and Operating Costs FYs 2009-2019 TDA Operating Costs Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Beaumont/Pass Transit 550 East 6`s Street Beaumont, CA. 92223 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Michael Pistilli, Transit Services Manager (909) 721-6810 e-mail; mpistilli@ci.beaumont.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Operating costs for Fixed Route F/Ys 2009-2010 to 2018-2019 Note: Costs estimated a 5% increase per year ( $11507,474) than rounded up to 12,000,000 Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Operating Costs to provide service for the next 10 F/Y years Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Meets all established performance guidelines set by the TDA and RCTC. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Beaumont -Cherry Valley-Banning-Cabazon Number of Vehicles Requested Operating Costs As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 20 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please cheek: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 7,000,000 Koject Name: Measure A DAR Operating Costs Mrs 2009-2019 Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Beaumont/Pass Transit 550 East 6t Street Beaumont, CA. 92223 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Michael Pistilli, Transit Services Manager (909) 721-6810 e-mail; mpistilli@ci.beaumont.ca.us Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Operating costs for DAR services for F/Ys 2009-2010 to 2018-2019 Note: Costs estimated a 5% increase per year ( $6,819,248) and than that total rounded up. GoallOutcome of Proposed Project: Operating Costs to provide DAR services for the next 10 F/Y years. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Meets all established peibrmanee guidelines set by the TDA and RCTC. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Beaumont -Cherry Valley-Banning-Cabazon Number of Vehicles Requested Operating Costs As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 21 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 600,000 Project Name: Dial -A -Ride Replacement Buses for F/Ys 2009 to 2019 Measure A Funds Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Beaumont/Pass Transit Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Michael Pistilli, Transit Services Manager(909) 721-6810 Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Replacement of DAR buses as required per life -cycle Farebox Supplement Measure A Goal outcome of Proposed Project: To ensure that disabled and seniors have affordable transportation that enables them to make essential trips for medical and shopping. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Meets all established performance guidelines set by the TDA and ROTC. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Beaumont -Cherry Valley -Banning Number of Vehicles Requested Eight DAR 16 Passenger buses with Wheelchair lifts As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 22 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) ' Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 200,000 Summary of Proposed Project Project Name: Capital Costs for Shop and Office Equipment F/Ys 2009-2010 to 2018-2019 Agency Name and Address: City of Beaumont/Pass Transit Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Michael Pistilli, Transit Services Manager (909) 721-6810 Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Capital Costs; Purchase of Shop and Office Equipment Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Purchase of Office and Shop Equipment Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project):. Meets all established performance guidelines set by the TDA and RCTC. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Beaumont -Cherry Valley-Banning-Cabazon Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passengers N/A As of 7/11/2006 Measure Af 1'DA Summary of Proposed Project 23 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route Q Paratransit Q Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 75,000 Project Name: Farebox supplement for Dial -A -Ride for Disabled and Seniors for F/Ys 2009 to 2019 Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Beaumont/Pass Transit Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Michael Pistilli, Transit Services Manager(909) 721-6810 Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: DAR services to provide transportation to disabled and seniors citizens of the Beaumont, Cherry Valley and Banning Farebox Supplement Measure A Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: To ensure that disabled and seniors have affordable transportation that enables them to make essential trips for medical and shopping. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Meets all established performance guidelines set by the TDA and RCTC. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Beaumont -Chevy Valley -Banning Number of Vehicles Requested N/A operating costs As of 7/11/2006 Measure Af 1"DA Summary of proposed Project 24 Measure A and TransportationDevelopment Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 1,600,000 Summary of Proposed Project Project Name: Capital Costs for Fixed Route F/Ys 2009-2010 to 2018-2019. Agency Name and Address: City of Beaumont/Pass Transit Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Michael Pistilli, Transit Services Manager (909) 721-6810 Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Capital Costs; Three Replacement Buses Fixed Route and One Expansion Bus. Fixed Route Bus , Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Replacement and Expansion of Buses; Fixed Route Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project):. Meets all established performance guidelines set by the TDA and ROTC. Buses Replaced as per required life -cycle for Fixed Route Buses Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Beaumont -Cherry Valley-Banning-Cabazon . Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passengers 3 Fixed Route buses 35 passenger and One Expansion Bus 35 passenger As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 25 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: City of Riverside Special Transportation Services Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: City of Riverside Special Transportation — Operating for FY 2009 — FY 2019 Cost: $35,476,098.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: Fiscal Year 2009 — FY 2019 Project Name: Capitalized Preventative Maintenance Cost: $1,000,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: Fiscal Year 2009 — FY 2019 Project Name: (74) Paratransit Replacement Veheiles Cost: $ 7,400,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Time Line for Implementation: Fiscal Year 2009 — FY 2019 X Existing Project Name: Office Furniture, Computers, Radio Communications and Miscellaneous - Equipment, Cost: $ 150,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: Fiscal Year 2009 — FY 2019 Project Name: Locator Equipment (MDC/AVL Update of Software Technology) Cost: $150,000.00 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: Fiscal Yer 2009 — FY 2019 TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: $ 44,176,098.00 Operating for Fiscal Year 2009 — FY 2019: $ 36,476,098.00 Capital for Fiscal Year 2009 — FY 2019: $ 7,700,000.00 Measure A Funds Requested: $ TDA Funds Requested: $ 44,176,098.00 (Estimated) TDA — Measure A — Project Summary Sheet City of Riverside Special Transportation Services 26 As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/ DA Summary Sheet • I Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $35,476,098.00 For Operating for FY 2009 thru FY 2019 Project Name: Operating Costs for the City of Riverside Special Transportation Services — FY 2009 — FY 2019 Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Riverside Special Transportation Services — 8095 Lincoln Avenue, Riverside, CA 92504 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Victoria Paz, Administrative Analyst, (951) 351-6182 - vpaz@riversideca.gov Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: The City of Riverside operates a 24 hour advance registration dial -a -ride for the elderly and persons with disabilities. The City has been operating this service since June of 1975. The City of Riverside Special Transportation Services serves as the umbrella for ADA complementary service to RTA'S fixed route system. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: As part of the goals of the program, it is our responsibility to improve mobility while adhering to Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) oversight on performance. As part of a comprehensive effort to work with RCTC to improve better service and improve efficiency the responsibility to identify, analyze and plan on actual performance indicators were reviewed with our agency meeting 8 of the mandatory targets. As of 7/11/2006 , Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 27 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): • The City of Riverside Special Transportation is required to address recommendations that are required by the Productivity Improvement Plan that mandates 8 target requirements ranging from operating cost per revenue hour to fare box recovery ratio. Discretionary targets such as subsidy per passenger, subsidy per passenger miles, subsidy per revenue hour, subsidy per revenue mile, passengers per revenue hour and passengers per revenue mile which we have met todate. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: The City of Riverside operates within the 85.6 service area miles of the City of Riverside. Number of Vehicles Requested_ (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: As of 7/11 /2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 28 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check. Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit Total Cost: $1,000,000.00 For Fiscal Year 2009 thru Fiscal Year 2019 Project Name: Capitalized Preventative Maintenance for the City of Riverside Special Transportation Services - Operatin Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Riverside Special Transportation Services — 8095 Lincoln Avenue, Riverside, CA 92504 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Victoria Paz, Administrative Analyst, (951) 351-6182-vpaz@riversideca.gov Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Capitalized Preventative Maintenance — Periodic scheduled maintenance in keeping the vehicles in good and safe running condition. It includes weekly brake and tire inspection, regular preventative maintenance checkups to reduce occasions of unscheduled maintenance. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Preventative Maintenance funds needs for the vehicle operations, repairs, and parts. Funds will be used for maintaining the vehicles in good and safe running condition. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 29 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this, project): The City of Riverside provides specific standards and procedures in maintenance and upkeep of vehicles. The reporting and requirements standards are maintained in the Fleet Maintenance Division of the City of Riverside related to vehicle repairs and maintenance. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: The City of Riverside operates within the 85.6 service area miles of the City of Riverside. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/'1'1)A Summary of Proposed Project 30 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route .❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ . Paratransit X Total Cost: $7,400,000.00 Project Name: (74) Paratransit Replacement Vehicles throughout the FYI 2009 — FY 2019 for the City of Riverside Special Transportation Services Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Riverside Special Transportation Services — 8095 Lincoln Avenue, Riverside, CA 92504 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Victoria Paz, Administrative Analyst, (951) 351-6182 — vpaz@riversideca.gov Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: The funds will be used to Purchase 74 paratransit, lift -equipped 12 passenger alternative fuel vehicles with fareboxes, radios, tiedowns, and video cameras. RSS has made a serious commitment to using alternative fuel vehicles to enhance air quality benefits and help in the achievement of air quality goals in Riverside. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Provide reliable paratransit vehicles with lift -equipped 12 passenger alternative fuel vehicles with all equipment items for the Seniors and developmentally disabled customers of the City of Riverside who utilize the service within the City limits. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 31 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The City of Riverside provides specific standards for vehicles that are utilized by the. customers of the City of Riverside that meet the standards and quality of reliable and safe equipment for the Seniors and developmentally disabled customers of the City of Riverside. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: The City of Riverside operates within the 85.6 service area miles of the City of Riverside. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: - (74) vehicles overall throughout FY 2009 - 2019 - Eldorado Aeroti - Alternative Fuel Vehicles - 12 Passenger, Lift -equipped with radios, tiedowns, and cameras. As of 7/11/2006 Measure Af1'DA Summary of Proposed. Project 32 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Total Cost: $150,000.00 Project Name: Office Furniture, Computers, Radio Communications and Miscellaneous Equipment for the City of Riverside Special Transportation Services Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Riverside Special Transportation Services — 8095 Lincoln Avenue, Riverside, CA 92504 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Victoria Paz, Administrative Analyst, (951) 351-6182 — vpaz@riversideca.gov Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Purchase of chairs, desk and cabinets for the Dispatch Office, bookcases and various other furniture replacement for Special Transits administration facility, includingradio communication, computers, etc., Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Furniture replacement program to replace and add various pieces of furniture for the administration and dispatch facility for Special Transit. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 33 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The City of Riverside provides specific standards and maintains adequate facility equipment for the employees of the "Transit division. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: The City of Riverside operates within the 85.6 service area miles of the City of Riverside. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 34 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Total Cost: $150,000.00 Project Name: Locator Equipment (MDC/AVL/Update of Software Technology for the City of Riverside Special Transportation Services Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: City of Riverside Special Transportation Services — 8095 Lincoln Avenue, Riverside, CA 92504 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Victoria Paz, Administrative Analyst, (951) 351-61$2 - vpaz@riversideca.gov Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Locator equipment and upgrade the Software Technology for the City of Riverside Special Transportation Services vehicle host system for security purposes for the paratransit fleet to ensure that the vehicles are equipped with a locator device for the purposes of security for drivers and the passengers. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Ensure that the vehicles are equipped with a locator device for the purposes of security for drivers and the passengers for the customers of the City of Riverside. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 35 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The City of Riverside provides specific standards and security for the passengers and employees of the City of Riverside. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: The City of Riverside operates within the 85.6 service area miles of the City of Riverside. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project: 36 • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: BUS RAPID TRANSIT OPERATIONS Cost: $5,600,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2012 Project Name: ENHANCED COMMUTER LINK — WEST CORRIDORS Cost: $16,901,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2015 Project Name: ENHANCED COMMUTER LINK — EAST CORRIDORS Cost: $7,717,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2011 Project Name: RTA OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE FACILITY Cost: $15,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2012 Project Name: TRANSIT CENTER ENHANCEMENTS Cost: $13,500,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2012 Project Name: ITS FOR CONTRACTED ROUTE OPERATIONS Cost: $6,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation:.2009-2012 Project Name: FIXED AND PARATRANSIT ROUTE OPERATIONS Cost: $546,927,400 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 37 As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project Project Name: CAPITALIZED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE Cost: $33,826,300 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 Project Name: TRANSIT CENTER MAINTENANCE Cost: $10,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 Project Name: ATIS SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE Cost: $2,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 Project Name: REVENUE VEHICLE REPLACEMENT (40-FT AND 32-FT BUSES) Cost: $24,826,500 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2011-2015 Project Name: (20) 40-FT. BUSES FOR EXPANSION Cost: $15,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing:. X New Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2012 Existing TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: S697,298,200 Measure A Funds Requested: $85,044,500 TDA Funds Requested: $612,253,700 Note: The above projects were proposed prior to the results of Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) in FY 2007. As of 7/11/2006 Measure ATIDA Summary of Proposed Project 38 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $5,600,000 'Project Name: Bus Rapid Transit Operations Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Bus rapid transit with limited stops and frequent service along the Magnolia Avenue/6th Street corridor from downtown Riverside to Moreno Valley corridor. GoallOutcome of Proposed Project: Increase travel speed and service efficiency. Provide passengers with a high quality, rapid way to travel by elevating public transit as a more competitive, more viable option to that of single occupant automotive travel. The service is part of a comprehensive approach to enhancing service. The other component is the installation of necessary infrastructure such as ATIS and stop upgrades to enhance the BRT stations and transfer points of feeder bus routes. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The use of productivity improvement program (PIP) measurements will be utilized to determine service effectiveness. In addition contributing cost factors will also be evaluated such as administration, outside source contracts, infrastructure and other contributing to cost. As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 39 Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Moreno Valley to Corona, Western Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: 12 full size CNG buses As of 7/11/2006 Measure Af1DA Summary of Proposed Project 40 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route 0 Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $16,901,000 �'inject Name: Enhanced Commuter Link — West Corridors Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstaniey@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Bus Rapid Transit along the 1-15 corridor retrofitted for signal priority. Project includes AT1S upgrades for efficient real time operation management and customer information. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Increase travel speed and service efficiency. Provide passengers with a high quality, express way to travel by elevating public transit as a more competitive, more viable option to that of single occupant automotive travel. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine. effectiveness of this project): The use of the Productivity lmprovement Program (PIP) measurements will be utilized to determine. service effectiveness. In addition contributing cost factors will also be evaluated such as administration, outside source contracts, infrastructure and other contributors to cost. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: I-15 corridor from Temecula to Corona— This service is anticipated to be coordinated with the development of Metrolink routes through the county. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: (10) 40-foot CNG buses As of7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 41 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $7,717,000 'Project Name: Enhanced Commuter Link — East Corridors Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Bus Rapid Transit along the I-215 corridor in urban areas retrofitted for signal priority. Project includes ITIS upgrades for efficient real time operation management and customer information. GoallOutcome of Proposed Project: Increase travel speed and service' efficiency. Provide passengers with a high quality, rapid way to travel` by elevating public transit as a more competitive, more viable option to that of single occupant automotive travel. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The use of the Productivity Improvement Program (PIP) measurements will be utilized to determine service effectiveness. In addition contributing cost fact ors will also be evaluated such as administrative; outside source, capital and other contributors to cost. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: I-215 corridor from Temecula to Riverside: This service is anticipated to be coordinated with the development of Metrolink routes through the county. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number; expected make/model and passenger - capacity: (10) 40-foot CNG buses As of7/11/2006 6 Measure A/TDA SummaryofProposed Project 42 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $15,000,000 'Project Name: RTA Operations/Maintenance Facility Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: RTA,office facility improvements include the construction of a new Operations and Maintenance building, expansion of bus parking, relocation of the bus wash and coin room, and repairs to pavement and asphalt. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Reconfiguration of the facility provides greater efficiency, lower unit operation and maintenance, cost and allows more effective growth. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Inspection checklist QA/QC process Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project:- N/A Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 43 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) . Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route D Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit X -. Total Cost: $13,500,000 Koject Name: Transit Center Enhancements Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Enhancement ofnine Transit Centers enhancements which includes landscaping, street scraping, and bus shelters throughout Riverside, Corona, Temecula, Hemet, Moreno Valley; Banning/Beaumont, Norco, Menifee, and Lake Elsinore. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Transit Center enhancements will improve the aesthetics and comforted in and around the transit center. Resources also go to improving the safety and security of the center. Evaluarion Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): QA/QC process Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside, Corona, Temecula, Hemet, Moreno Valley, Banning/Beaumont, Norco, Menifee, and Lake Elsinore Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project i Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 6,000,000 Project Name: ITS for Contracted Route Operations Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: GIS unit would include state of the art technology that updates maps of the service area and locates routes, stops, and other bus stop amenities: Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Allow staff to track trends and access information on routes and ridership easily and efficiently. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Performance measures. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project:. Western Riverside County Coverage Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A 45 As of 7/11/2006 Measure Ail'DA Summary of Proposed Project Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit X Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit O Total Cost: $546,927,400 Project Name: Fixed and Paratransit Route Operations Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address:. Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, 'Lytle, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Operating assistance for fixed routes and paratransit services from 2009 to 2019. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Fully staff and train for the operational needs of fixed routes and paratransit services. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The use of the Productivity Improvement Program (PIP) measurements will be utilized to determine service effectiveness. In addition contributing cost fact ors will also be evaluated such as administrative; outside source, capital and other contributors to cost. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Western Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity.; N/A As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 46 10 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit Q Total Cost: $33,826,300 !Project Name: Capitalized Preventive Maintenance Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Preventative maintenance costs from 2009 to 2019. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Periodic preventive maintenance performed on RTA vehicles for operating efficiency. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine, effectiveness of this project): Roadcall report Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: N/A Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A As of7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 47 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit X Capital: Fixed Route 0 Paratransit 0 Total Cost: $10,000,000 'Project Name: Transit Center Maintenance Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: ` Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Maintenance of nine transit centers from 2009 to 2019. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Periodic clean up and maintenance of the transit centers including upgrades and improvements. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Maintenance schedule report. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside, Corona, Temecula, Hemet, Moreno Valley, Banning/Beaumont, Norco, Menifee, and Lake Elsinore Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger` capacity: N/A As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 48 12 • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating. and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $2,000,000 'Project Name: ATIS Software Maintenance Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: .Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: System maintenance from 2009 to 2019. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Periodic maintenance of the ATIS software including periodic upgrades, Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Maintenance schedule report. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: N/A Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 49 13 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $24,826,500 !Project Name: Revenue Vehicle Replacement (40-ft and 32-ft buses) Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Fleet Replacement Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: To replace old models having reached 12 year useful life or 500,000 miles. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness, ofthis project): Vehicle Replacement Schedule Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Western Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Purchase of (50) 40-ft. CNG buses and (13) 30-ft. buses As of 7/11/2006 14 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 50 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: S15,000,000 Project Name_ (20) 40-Ft. Buses for Expansion Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside Transit Agency Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Mark Stanley, Director of Planning 951-565-5130 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: (20) 40-ft. buses for commuter link services to east and west corridors. GoaUOutcome of Proposed Project: Commuter link service for east and west corridors. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Short Range Transportation Plan Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Western Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Purchase of (20) 40-ft. CNG. buses As of 7/11/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 51 15 • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: Riverside County Transportation Commission: Commuter Rail Department SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: Commuter Rail Station Operations and Maintenance Cost: $53,501,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 Project Name: Future Metrolink Service Levels — Operating Costs Cost: $164,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 Project Name: Future Metrolink Service Levels — Capital Costs Cost: $100,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 Project Name: Perris Valley Line Cost: $60,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2011 Project Name: Commuter Rail Station Parking Expansion Cost: $50,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X _ New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 Project Name: Perris Valley Line Extensions to San Jacinto/Temecula Cost: $175,750,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: 2009-2019 TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: $603,251,000 Measure A Funds Requested: $ See Note TDA Funds Requested: $ See Note Note: Either fund source could be used based on availability of funding. 52 As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary Sheet • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Project Cost: $53,701,000 TDA & Measure A Request: $53,701,000 RCTC Rail Priority: 1 Summary of Proposed Project: Commuter Rail Station Operation and Maintenance Agency Name and Address: Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon St. Riverside CA 92502 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Sheldon Peterson, Program Manager, (951) 787-7928, speterson@rctc.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: The current five RCTC Commuter Rail Stations require a significant amount of maintenance and capital upgrades on an annual basis. The Riverside County rail stations are a major capital investment of past Measure A funds and it is critical that they are properly maintained. For the rider, the train station is the first point of contact and can influence whether or not they choose to utilize Metrolink service. The train stations also serve as transfer points for many local busses and the CommuterLink service. In the most recent On Board Survey, the riders listed personal security at the station as a factor of high importance and high satisfaction with over 75% responding favorably. The safety at the stations is one of Metrolink's core strengths. A separate survey found that trains and stations are the first thing that comes to mind when discussing Metrolink with potential new riders. This means a visible, clean, and inviting station will be one of the lasting first impressions of a potential new rider, The potential rider survey results show that the number one reason for not using the Metrolink system is that the stations are too far from home. This suggests the need to expand the number of stations and bring services further out into the communities such as the Perris Valley Line. The rail stations require regular operation expenses for security, maintenance, utilities, cleaning, grounds maintenance, and repairs. The chart attached identifies the amount of the current budget that goes to each category with security being the largest percentage at 53%. The stations also require ongoing capital improvements over time, these can include elevator replacement, parking lot upgrades/resurfacing, replaced Iighting, security cameras, plumbing repairs, window replacement, and a number of other potential expenses. RCTC currently operates five stations at a cost of $1.6 M a year and with the extension of the Perris Valley Line there will be six more stations phased in for a total of eleven stations. For the period from 2009 to 2019, operating and maintenance costs estimates are $46,882,000 which includes a 5% annual escalation. In addition, it is anticipated that there will be an additional ongoing capital cost for the stations estimated at$6,819,000 for the same period. RCTC requests that both these amounts are funded by TDA and/or Measure A funds. Attached is a spreadsheet that provides the detailed estimates. 53 As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project Station Expenses FY 06 Budget Repairs 3%. Grounds Maintenance Station 7% Cleaning 9% Security Guards 53% Utilities 10% Other (Maintenance , Supplies, etc) 18% Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: To provide for well maintained commuter rail stations in order to attract and keep riders on the Metrolink system. The stations should be clean, safe, and convenient to all users. Evaluation Criteria (identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The effectiveness will be determined if the stations are continually in a;state of good repair and are safe for the Metrolink patrons. This can be measured by the number of passenger complaints about the stations or the number of criminal or safety incidents reported. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A Map of Current Stations Riverside. County Metrolink Stations • it. UP NUM!lmff .1 "'**h HNSF MAIM ME 54 of 7/12/2006 Measure AffllA Summary of Proposed Project ® Measure A & TDA Proposed Project - RCTC Commuter Rail Stations Operations and Maintenance Rail Station Operations Budget ('000s) Assume 5% Growth Current Stations FY 09 FY 10 FY 11 FY 12 FY 13 FY 14 FY 15 FY 16 FY 17 FY 18 FY 19 Riverside Downtown $600 $630 $662 $695 $729 $766 $804 $844 $886 $931 $977 La Sierra $300 $315 $331 $347 $365 $383 $402 $422 $443 $465 $489 Pedley $300 $315 $331 $347 $365 $383 $402 $422 $443 $465 $489 North Main Corona $300 $315 $331 $347 $365 $383 $402 $422 $443 $465 $489 West Corona $300 $315 $331 $347 $365 $383 $402 $422 $443 $465 $489 Subtotal $1,800 $1,890 $1,985 $2,084 $2,188 $2,297 $2,412 $2,533 $2,659 $2,792 $2,932 Perris Valley Line Stations 6 Proposed Stations $1,500 $1,575 $1,654 $1,736 $1,823 $1,914 $2,010 $2,111 $2,216 $2,327 $2,443 Combined Total $3,300 $3,465 $3,638 $3,820 $4,011 $4,212 $4,422 $4,643 $4,876 $5,119 $5,375 Summary $46,882 Station Captial Improvements ('000s) Assuime 5% Growth i Current Stations FY 09 FY 10 FY 11 FY 12 FY 13 FY 14 FY 15 FY 16 FY 17 FY 18 FY19 Riverside Downtown $100 $105 $110 $116 $122 $128 $134 $141 $148 $155 $163 La Sierra $50 $53 $55 $58 $61 $64 $67 $70 $74 $78 $81 Pedley $50 $53 $55 $58 $61 $64 $67 $70 $74 $78 $81 North Main Corona $50 $53 $55 $58 $61 $64 $67 $70 $74 $78 $81 West Corona $50 $53 $55 $58 $61 $64 $67 $70 $74 $78 $81 Subtotal $300 $315 $331 $347 $365 $383 $402 $422 $443 $465 $489 Perris Valley Line Stations 6 Proposed Stations $180 $189. $198 $208 $219 $230 $241 $253 $266 $279 $293 Combined Total $480 $504 $529 $556 $583 $613 $643 $675 $709 $745 $782 Summary $6,819 55 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please cheek: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route n Paratransit ❑ Total Project Cost: $164,000,000> TDA & Measure A Request: $164,000,000 RCTC Rail Priority: 2 Summary of Proposed Project: Future Metrolink Service Levels — Operating Costs Agency Name and Address: Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon St. Riverside CA 92502 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title,Telephone and Email: Sheldon Peterson, Program Manager, (951) 787-7928, speterson&ctc.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: The demand for commuter rail will continue to grow in the future with rising gas prices and increasing congestion and RCTC needs to be able to support a Metrolink system that will meet the demand. The 2009 Measure directly states that the current commuter rail service levels needs to double in the future. For Riverside County this refers to Metrolink's Riverside Line, Inland Empire -Orange County (IEOC) Line, and 91 Line. In order to project the needs for future demand Metrolink has developed a comprehensive Strategic Assessment that outlines dm expanded service levels, projected ridership,. necessary capital and future operating costs for the next 25 years. The service level expansion thatis anticipated to meet projected demand will require an increase in the annual operating subsidy from RCTC to the Metrolink. The following tables illustrate the service level expansion as outlined in the Strategic ' Assessment. Proposed Service' Levels'( Daily Trains) Routes 2006 2010 2015 2020 % Increase Riverside 1`2 12 22 40 233% IEOC 16 18' 24 26 62% 91 Line 9 10 20 24 166% Totals 37 40 66 90 153% As of7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 56 Corresponding Average Train frequencies during Peak Periods (m nutesl Routes 2006 2010 2015 2020 Riverside 60 60 20-30 20 IEOC 40-60 40-60 30-40 30-40 91 Line 90 90 40-60 40-60 The five Metrolink member agencies of LA Metro, OCTA, SANBAG, VCTC, and RCTC share the total operating subsidy for the system. The subsidy is determined by subtracting the total revenues from the total cost. The system has an impressive revenue recovery index that has been over 50% since FY 1996- 97. The remaining amount after the revenue is applied is divided among the member agencies based on an allocation formula that incorporates a calculation of train miles, route miles, and other factors that represent respective benefit of the service to each county. Historically, RCTC's share of the subsidy has been roughly 8-9% of the total, and yet benefits with three routes serving the county residents and access to the 514 mile system. The Metrolink Strategic Assessment service levels and costs assume the completion of the 22 mile Perris Valley Line extension by 20I0. The Metrolink Strategic Assessment provides subsidy estimates for the target growth years. Below is a table that escalates the costs between those years to determine the overall growth in totalsystem costs, total member agency subsidy, and RCTC subsidy. For the period between 2009 and 2019 RCTC will need approximately $164,000,000 in direct operating subsidy. This will need to come from both TDA and Measure A funding. Estimated Operating Subsidy based on Strategic Assessment Fiscal Year Total Member Agency Total Metrolink Costs Subsidy Total RCTC Subsi FY 2008/09 $ 152,249,998 $ . 70,620,848 $ 8,399,286 FY 2009/10 $ 166,869,000 , $ 75,178,273 $- ; 9,779,359 FY 20010/11 $ 183,092,333 $ 80,693,269 $ 10,996,864 FY 2001//12 $ 199,315,667 $ 86,208,265 $ 12,214,368 FY 20012/13 $ 215,539,000 $ 91,723,261 $ 13,431,872 FY 20013/14 $ 231,762,333 $ . 97,238,257 $ 14,649,376 " FY 20014/15 $ 247,985,667` $ ''"102,753,254 $ 15,866880 FY 20015/16 $""264,209,000 " $ 108,268,250' `` $' 17,385,506 FY 20016/17 ' $ ` 292,184,000` $ 118,086,593 $ 18,904,131 FY 20017/18 $" 320,159,000 $ 127,904,936 $ 20,422,756 FY 20018/19 $ 348,134,000 $ 21,941,381 $ 137,723,279 2009-2019 Totals $2,621,499,998 $1,096,398;482 Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: . The goal is to provide for more frequent and reliable service along all of the existing Metrolink routes servicing Riverside County in order to meet the projected demands. The Metrolink commuter rail system provides an alternative to the typical commute. The current Metrolink system relives congestion by: removing over16,000 auto trips per weekday and relieving 8.5% of traffic on parallel freeways. The expansion would dramatically enhance these congestion benefits by providing a system with frequencies of 20-60 minutes on all the routes which will encourage more riders to take advantage_ of the system. The additional capacity will provide for significant growth in ridership for the three lines. This results' a . ridership increase of 157% from 2006 to 2020. Based on the formula for comparing ridership to freeway lanes in the Strategic Assessment, by 2020 the ridership on three Metrolink lines will have offset the need for an equivalent 2.2 freeway lanes in the peak direction. In addition, the commuter rail operating subsidy supports feeder service to Metrolink by paying for transfers for the Corona Cruiser & Dial a Ride and RTA's CommuterLink and regular service to the stations. The table below shows the intermediate ridership growth data from the Strategic Assessment. As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/ TDA Summary of Proposed Project 57 Projected Ridership for the Riverside, IEOC, and 91 Metrolink Lines. Year Average Daily Ridership Increase Equivalent Freeway Lanes 2006 11,415 2010 12,857 12% 1.0 2015 21,230 65% 1.6 2020 28,646 35% 2.2 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The service will be evaluated using the Productivity Improvement Process criteria for Riverside County transit operators. This includes analysis of the ridership growth, farebox recovery ratio, subsidy per passenger mile, etc. The expanded service will be held to the same high standards that RCTC has for the current commuter rail program, with a 40% farebox recovery ratio. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A Map of RCTC Routes 58 As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/1'1)A Summary of Proposed Project Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating; Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Project Cost: $435,960,065 Measure A Request: $100,000,000 Federal, State or Private Funding: $335,960,065 RCTC'Rail Priority: 3 Summary of Proposed Project: Future Metrolink Service Levels — Capital Costs Agency Name and Address: Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon St. Riverside CA 92502 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Sheldon Peterson, Program Manager, (951) 787-7928, speterson@rctc.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: The demand for commuter rail will continue to grow in the future with rising gas prices and increasing congestion and RCTC needs to be able tosupporta Metrolink system that will meet the demand. The 2009 Measure directly states that the current commuter rail service levels needs to double in the future. For Riverside County this refers to Metrolink's Riverside Line, Inland Empire -Orange County (IEOC) Line, and 91 Line. In order to project the needs for fixture demand, Metrolink has developed a comprehensive Strategic Assessment that outlines the expanded service levels, projected ridership, necessary capital and future operating costs for the next 25 years. The future service level expansion that is anticipated to meet projected demand will require a capital investment in rolling stock equipment, track improvements, and facility upgrades. The capital projects will support the service level expansion illustrated in the following tables. Proposed Service Levels (Daily Trainsi Routes 2006 2010 2015. 2020 %`Increase Riverside 12 12 22. 40 233% 1E0C 16 1,8 24 26 . 62% 91 Line 9 10 , 20 24 166% Totals 37 40 66 90 153% As of 7/12/2006 Measure A!1'DA Summary of Proposed Project 59 Corresponding Average Train Frequencies during Peak Periods (mmutesl Routes 2006 2010 2015 2020 Riverside 60 60 20-30 20 IEOC 40-60 40-60 30-40 30-40 91 Line 90 90 40-60 40-60 The five Metrolink member agencies of LA Metro, OCTA, SANBAG, VCTC, and RCTC share the total capital expenses for the system. The capital costs are divided by how they benefit each individual Metrolink route. Capital costs are shared between certain member agencies and the capital funds are leveraged between multiple counties. In addition, a member agency is not responsible for capital upgrades to track that they do not benefit from. The total capital costs identified for the Strategic Assessment identify $435,960,065 in capital expenses attributed to RCTC for the above service levels. New rolling stock accounts for $112,062,265 and $323,897,801 is for track upgrades and facilities. For the track upgrades $165,811,261 would be the potential RCTC cost for triple track of the BNSF from Fullerton to Riverside. For the purpose of this exercise, RCTC Rail Department would like to request $100,000,000 for the expansion of rail service frequencies on the existing rail lines for the period between 2009 and 2019_ The remaining needed funding could come from federal, state, or specialized public private partnerships. Examples of Estimated Capital Expenses Proiect Total Metrolink Total Member Agency Costs Costs Rolling Stock $ 702,653,015 $590,590,750 $112,062,265 Layover Facilities $18,952,211 $15,538,663 $3,413,548 - Riverside Line Upgrades $207,338,211 $158,574,337 $48,763,874 Sealed Corridor $151,682,128 $134,964,155 $16,717,973 BNSF Triple Track Fullerton - Riverside $413,307,853 $247,496,592 $165,811,261 Eastern Maintenance Facility (Colton) $93,746,415 $78,795,314 $14,951,101 New Bridge across LA River $149,856,616 $125,956,808 $23,899,808 Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Provide for more frequent and reliable service along all of the existing Metrolink routes' servicing Riverside County in orderto meet the projected demands. The Metrolink commuter rail system provides an altemative to the typical commute. The current Metrolink system relives congestion by removing over16,000 auto trips per weekday and relieving 8.5% of traffic on parallel freeways. The expansion would dramatically enhance these congestion benefits by providing a system with frequencies of 20-40 minutes on all the routes which will encourage more and more riders to take advantage of the system. The additional capacity will provide for significant growth in ridership for the three lines. This results a ridership increase of 157% from 2006 to 2020. Based on the formula for comparing ridership to freeway lanes in the Strategic Assessment, by 2020 the ridership on three Metrolink lines will have offset the need for an equivalent 2.2 freeway lanes in the peak direction. The table below shows the intermediate ridership growth data from the Strategic Assessment. As of 7/12/2006 Measure Al1'DA Summary of Proposed Project 60 Year Average Daily Ridership Increase Equivalent Freeway Lanes 2006 11,415 2010 12,857 12% 1.0 2015 21,230 65% 1.6 2020 28,646 35% 2.2 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The service will be evaluated using the Productivity Improvement Process criteria for Riverside County transit operators. This includes analysis of the ridership growth, farebox recovery ratio, subsidy per passenger mile, etc. The expanded service will be held to the same high standards that RCTC has for its current commuter rail program with a 40% farebox recovery ratio. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Actual numbers not identified: Locomotives, bi-level coach cars, cab cars from Bombardier/Rotem. Car capacity approximately 144 seats. Map of RCTC Routes: 61 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit 0 Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit O Total Project Cost: $189,000,000 1VIeasure A Request: $60,000,000 State and Federal Funds: $129,000,000 RCTC Rail Priority: 4 Summary of Proposed Project: Perris Valley Line Agency Name and Address: Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon St. Riverside CA 92502 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Sheldon Peterson, Program Manager, (951) 787-7928, speterson@rctc.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Perris Valley Line — This will rneet the need directly stated in the 2009:Measure A program of expanding commuter rail service to Moreno Valley and Perris to relieve congestion on I=215. This additional funding will support the proposed commuter rail expansion from Riverside Downtown to South Perris along the RCTC owned San Jacinto Branch Line. The 22 mile extension of the 91 Line service to Los Angeles would include 8 daily trains along the corridor. Proposed station stops include South Perris, Downtown Perris, Ramona; Alessandro (March JPA), UCR, Spruce Street (Hunter Park), and Downtown Riverside. The current request is'for $60 M in Measure A with the remaining balance of'$129 M to come from either state or federal sources. GoallOutcome of Proposed Project: This service would provide the -fast opportunities. for Riverside County residents to travel via train to work destinations within Riverside County. The service is anticipated to provide an additional 6,200 daily trips to the Metrolink system by 2030. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The service will be evaluated using the FTA Small Starts Guidelines. This involves comprehensive ridership determination, system user benefits per passenger mile, operating efficiencies, environmental benefits, employment analysis, low income household access cost effectiveness, and land use evaluations. As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 62 Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: 7 additional hi -level coach cars to supplement the existing Metrolink 91 Line service. Bombardier/Rotem, capacity approximately 144 seats. Proposed Route 63 As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit D Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit D Total Project Cost: $100,000,000 Measure A Request: $50,000,000 Private Partnership or State Funding: $50,000,000 RCTC Rail Priority: 5 Summary of Proposed Project: Commuter Rail Station Parking Expansion Agency Name and Address: Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon St. Riverside CA 92502 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Sheldon Peterson, Program Manager, (951) 787-7928, speterson@rctc:org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: With anticipated ridership growth in the Metrolink System there will be a need for expanded parking facilities at several of the Riverside County stations. The projects include the North Main Corona, Riverside Downtown, and La Sierra stations. Currently the demand for parking exceeds the capacity at the North Main Corona station and soon at the Riverside Downtown Station. The fast phase of the North Main Corona parking structure is currently in final design with a cost estimate of $30 M. The full build out of the three structures could easily cost $100 M by the time they are completed. The current jump in ridership is exceeding the current capacity at some of these stations and shows today's ridership higher than the 2010 projections. In addition, the stations can be able to leverage their benefit as Park and Ride facilities is sufficient capacity is available. The La Sierra station is a candidate for a public private joint transit oriented development project that would likely require a parking structure paid for in part with private funds. The following table compares the current demand and the Strategic Assessment estimates. As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 64 Parking Needs Analysis May-06 2015 Current Capacity Total Trips AM Peak Boardings Surplus/ (Deficit) Total Trips AM Peak Boardings Surplus/ (Deficit) (580) 153 Riverside Downtown 815 2,436 1,218 (403) 2,789 1,395 Riverside -La Sierra 1,067 1,644 822 245 1,829 915 North Main Corona 586 1,530 765 (179) 1,909 955 (369) TOTALS 2,468 5,610 2,805 (337) 6,527 3,264 (796) Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Ensure success of the Metrolink System by providing easy access to parking at the peak boarding stations. r The proposed parking structures will meet the future demands of Metrolink patrons. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project):. Identify the most cost effective means to provide for additional parking at the existing commuter rail stations, either by building parking structures or expanding surface level parking through property acquisition. In addition, the effectiveness will be measured by the stations ability to meet ridership growth demands over time. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A As of 7/12/2006' Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 65 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Total Project Cost: $360,900,000 Measure A Request: $175,750 000 State or Federal Funds: $185,150,000 RCTC Rail Priority:'6" Summary of Proposed Project: Perris Valley Line Extensions to San Jacinto/Temecula Agency Name and Address: Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon St. Riverside CA 92502 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Sheldon Peterson, Program Manager, (951) 787-7928, speterson@rctc.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: As identified in the Riverside County Commuter Rail Feasibility Study of 2005, the extension of commuter rail service to San Jacinto and Temecula are both logical and feasible next steps. The Metrolink potential rider survey results show that the number one reason for not using the Metrolink system is that the stations are too far from home. This supports the need to expand the number of station and routes to more residential areas in Riverside County. The proposed services would both eventually include up to 16 daily trains. For the San Jacinto extension, the total capital costs are anticipated at $111.5 million and only a half or $75,750,000 of the funds would be requested from Measure A. For the Temecula extension along the 1-215 the total capital costs are anticipated at $249.4 million and only a portion or $100,000,000 of the finds would be requested from the Measure A program. The balance of funds would be sought from federal or state funding sources, such as the FTA New Starts or Small Starts Program. GoaUOutcome of Proposed Project: The proposed service would provide for greater access to the rail network for the communities of Hemet, San Jacinto, Murrieta, and Temecula. This would include operation of 16 daily trains from either San Jacinto or Temecula to Riverside. Additionally it would provide for congestion relief on the I-215 and would establish this route as a true Riverside County service with both origins and destinations within the county. In 2030, the projected average daily ridership for the San Jacinto extension would be 1,338 trips and the Temecula extension would be 2,166 trips. As of 7/12/2006 Measure Af1'DA Summary of Proposed Project 66 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The service will be evaluated using the FTA New/Small Starts Guidelines. This involves comprehensive ridership determination, system user benefits per passenger mile, operating efficiencies, environmental' benefits, employment analysis, low income household access, cost effectiveness, and land use evaluations. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity` Per extension - 1 Locomotive, S bi-level coach cars, and 1 cab car. Coach cars hold 144 passengers. As of 7/I2/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 67 Route Map: 14 '41. 161 MTiR ▪ We; • ' . sal 4VERaL • u. ELSIN6PE Riverside County Feasibility Study 2005 Results Potential Routes for Future Study uce Streetirtustin c I aj*.S. t !mkt 3 resswa r South Perris Newport Road Or19 WRCOG • • ia CNALESA Winchester Ro ra iesec RIMELCINNIRMOS 11.C.Rielt HOV9.26 68 ij n into 1164.1 port '2006 :oject Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransif ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $ 28,645,661 'Project Name: Riverside County Commuter Assistance Program' Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: RCTC PO Box12008 Riverside CA 92502 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Robert J. Yates — Program Manager Commuter Assistance 951-7877905 ryates@rctc.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: implementation of the Measure A required Commuter Assistance/Rideshare program. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Through a combination of information provision, education, outreach activities and incentives, the Commuter Assistance Program seeks to foster a reduction in solo driver commuting in order to make a positive impact on Riverside County Freeway congestion. See Attachment 1 for detailed program information. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The Commuter Assistance program is able to quantify vehicle miles reduced, vehicle trips reduced, tons of pollutants reduced and the number of participants/commuters served The program will also make a qualitative statement with regard to the effectiveness of its information and outreach programs, and the ability of its traveler information services to impact congestion avoidance decisions: As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 69 Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Western Riverside County and the Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: N/A As of 7/12/2006 Measure AfTDA Summary of Proposed Project 70 • Year Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 TOTAL CARRYOVER CAP SERVICES Program Administration 258,600 258,600 258,600 258,600 258,600 258,600 258,600 258,600 258,600 258,600 2,586,000 Commuter Mode -shift Incentives 518,500 542,200 545,993 569,880 586,479 656,361 675,269 714,997 735,584 777,069 6,322,331 Employer Services 406,200 406,200 406,200 406,200 416,175 426,649 437,646 449,193 461,318 474,049 4,289,831 Commuter Exchange 89,000 89,000 89,000 89,000 92,170 145,499 98,993 102,663 106,516 110,562 1,012,403 Leased Park and Rides 80,000 84,000 88,000 92,000 96,000 100,000 104,000 108,000 112,000 116,000 980,000 Regional Rideshare 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 750,000 EXTENDED CAP SERVICES 511 and Traveler Information Ser 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 1,000,000 Online Mode -shift Incentives Sen 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 65,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 200,000 Call Center Operations 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 52,500 55,125 57,881 60,775 63,814 15,000 505,096 Freeway Detection and Integrate 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 10,000,000 Park and Ride Security 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 1,000,000 TOTALS 2,692,300 2,720,000 2,727,793 2,755,680 2,841,924 2,932,233 2,922,390 2,984,229 3,027,832 3,041,280 28,645,661 V • July 11, 2006 2009 "Measure A" Renewal 10 Year Conceptual Projection of Needs RCTC Commuter Assistance Program Mission Statement: "Through the use of advanced technology to increase awareness of available commuting choices and travel alternatives, the RCTC Commuter Assistance Program seeks to enhance the quality of life for Riverside County residents by mitigating the effects of traffic congestion on their daily commute and travel activities." CARRYOVER CAP SERVICES {• • Program Administration & Management Commuter Mode -shift Incentives Employer Services • Commuter Exchange Mobile Education vehicle I• Leased Park and Ride Lots • Regional Rideshare Program EXPANDED CAP SERVICES • 511 and Traveler- Information Services • On -Line Mode -shift Incentive Services • Call Center Operations • Freeway Detection and Integration • Park and Ride Security 72 Yr 1 - 5 1,293,000 2,763,052 2,040,975 448,170 440,000 375,000 Yr 1 - 5 500,000 125,000 252,500 5,000,000 500000 13,737,697 Yr 6 - 10 share 1,293,000 3,559,279 2,248,865 564,233 540,000 375,000 'Yr 6-10' 500,000 75,000 252,596 5,000,000 500,000 14,907,964 8% 22% 15% 3.5% 3.5% 3% share 3.5% 1% 2% 35% 3.5% 100% Issue: Due to a myriad of reasons, RCTC cannot increase roadway capacity quickly enough in order to keep pace with the demands put upon it by population growth and the business environment. This creates an enormous amount of strain on the roadway system which appears to the user as congestion. Vision: RCTC's efforts (in partnership with its sister agencies such as`CalTrans) to mitigate roadway congestion depends in part on its ability to improve the roadway systems' operating efficiency. The Commuter Assistance Program for the previous 15 years has been highly successful in motivating solo vehicle commuters to enter into a rideshare or mode -shift arrangement. These efforts have had a demonstrable and quantifiable direct and positive impact in the mitigation of traffic congestion (and air quality) through a reduction in solo vehicle commuting: With the renewal of Measure A, the Commuter Assistance Program intends to build upon its success while expanding its reach in order to increase program performance andinfluence more Riverside County residents (and employers) to utilize more efficient modes of transportation. Background: The revised Commuter Assistance Program Mission Statement as outlined above, uses the term "mitigate" when discussing the effects of traffic congestion on our constituents' quality of life. Traffic congestion has a huge impact on all of us who need to get to work, run errands, visit relatives and travel for recreational purposes. With the push towards theimplementation of the "09 Measure ARenewal", the definition of "Commuter Assistance" is being expanded to more closely conform' to emerging trends in the provision of public transportation and Transportation 'Demand Management (TDM) services. This programmatic expansion is intended to multiply the effect of the Commuter Assistance Program TDM services by taking advantage of new technology, the integration of real time information resources (particularly at the roadway level) and the ability to seamlessly connect service providers to commuters. As such, the RCTC Commuter Assistance Program is moving beyond the simple mission of providing "ridesharing" and "carpooling" resources, and into the realm of multi -modal information provision for commute choices, real time travelerltraffic information, commute altematives and mode -shift incentives. 73 By increasing the amount and quality of commuting and traveler information available to, our constituents, whether they are traveling for work or pleasure, the RCTC can more effectively and efficiently manage the transportation system. Recommendation: It is recommended that the Commuter Assistance Program continue to fund its current "suite of services" consisting of mode shift incentives employer services, outreach and education, park and ride lot implementation and regional rideshare cooperation. It is further recommended that the Commuter Assistance Program take advantage of emerging trends in the provision of traveler information and advanced technology so that it can provide real time roadway information as well as on-line services to end user commuters. It is intended through this recommendation that these new expanded services be included with the current Commuter Assistance Program "suite of services" and that the funds necessary to implement them be allocated from both Measure A and dedicated Commuter Assistance Program reserves. These new services are those listed as "Expanded Services" in the. Commuter Assistance Program cost projection contained on the first page of this report. They represent the recommended programmatic emphasis on the provision of information and as such, cover not only the end product to the constituent, but also the work necessary to support the end product. A prime example of this is the integration of freeway detection installation into the Commuter Assistance Program. The Commuter Assistance Program would not be able to provide reliable real time travel information for the County's freeway and highway system (including the planned regional 511 traveler information service) without having adequate detection resources in place. Accordingly, the Commuter Assistance Program seeks to work in partnership with CalTrans so that we may continue to identify critical needs for detection, make assessments and identify the resources in which to address them with. The provision of detection also plays a role in the delivery of 511 services. As 511 is a SAFETEA-LU mandated requirement, it is up to the Commission to identify through partnership efforts with its regional CTC partners, the most efficient and economical means in which to deliver it. Through the provision of multi -modal transit information, real-time freeway conditions (travel speed, time, and incidents), real time ridematching, vanpool and bus pool information as well as links to employer services, the Commuter Assistance Program can now reach across all modes to constituents seeking information on commute and travel alternatives and choices. 74 Additionally, given that congestion measurements play a huge part in the calculation and allocation of state and federal funding streams, the additional detection will also serve to ensure that the county receives its rightful allocation of those funding resources. In conclusion, with the continuance of Commuter Assistance Program carry over services along with the performance anticipated from new services, the estimated return on the requested Measure A investment for the first 10 years of renewal for the program is as follows: I 0 Year Performance Targets: • 27.7 million One-vvay vehicle trips reduced • 3360 Tons of pollutants removed from the air • 150 rniles of new freeway detection installed and integrated to CalTrans ATMS and the regional 511 system • 9,000 Park N Ride spaces provided • Security for Park N Ride lots provided • 250,000 rideshareftransportation/511 calls managed • 650 Commuter Exchange mobile education events performed • 36,000 club ride participants enlisted • 19,500 mode shift incentive program participants served • 500,000 Riverside County residents targeted for direct media outreach 75 • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SKEET Agency Name: Riverside County Transportation Commission Specialized Transit Program: Western Riverside SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: SENIORS AND LOW-INCOME VETERANS RIDE WESTERN RIVERSIDE FIXED ROUTE SERVICES "FOR FREE" Cost: $1.2M to $1.5M annually $12M to $15M for 10 year period: 2009 - 2019 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009-2019 Project Name: MOBILITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Cost: $2M annually $20M for 10 year period: 2009 - 2019 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New and Existing Time Line for Implementation: On -going for existing portion of program; FY 2009-2019 for new portion of program: Mobility Management TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: $35,000,000 Measure A Funds Requested: $35,000,1100 TDA Funds Requested: $ N/A 76 As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/1'DA Summary Sheet • Measure A and Transportation. Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route X Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $1.2M to $1.5M per year $12M to $15M for 10 year period Project Name: Seniors and Low-income Veterans Ride Western Riverside Fixed Route Services `for free" Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, Third Floor P. O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502-2208 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Tanya Love Transit Program Manager (951) 787-7141 dove@rctc.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Develop "Golden Passport" and "Patriot Passport" program. Golden Passport Program: Western Riverside Measure A funding will subsidize the cost for seniors (age 60 and above) to ride fixed route service by subsidizing the calculated senior fare charged by western Riverside public transit operators. Patriot Passport Program: All honorably discharged veterans, residing in western Riverside, whose annual income is $22,000 or less will be able to ride fixed route transit without paying any out of pocket costs as western Riverside Measure A Specialized Transit funding will subsidize the calculated veteran's fare charged by western Riverside public transit operators. 77 As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project . Regardless of the program used: Golden Passport or Patriot Passport, western Riverside Measure A Specialized Transit funding will pay the cost for individuals to ride fixed route service "for free" by subsidizing the calculated fare charged by the transit operator. Public transit agencies eligible to participate in these programs include: City of Banning, City of Beaumont, City of Corona, Riverside Transit Agency and RCTC's Commuter Rail Program2. GoaUOutcome of Proposed Project: These programs are a "win -win" for the senior, veteran and public transit operators in that they: 1) Increase the mobility of seniors and veterans by covering the cost of fixed route services; 2) Eliminate the need for making advance reservations to ride dial -a -ride services; 3) Assist the public operators in enticing seniors and veterans away from the more expensive (to operate) dial -a -ride system; and 4) Assist the public operator in meeting the state -mandated farebox recovery ratio as Measure A funding is a local revenue source and not part of the Transportation Development Act which establishes mandated farebox targets: While Commission staff believe that these are worthwhile programs, it will be essential for the public operators to develop an extensive senior/veteran travel training and outreach program as part of their operating budgets supported by Transportation Development Act funding as seniors and veterans must know how to ride the fixed route systems in order to take advantage of the program. The estimated cost to operate the Golden Passport and Patriot Passport programs is $1.2M to $1.5M per year for the first three years of operation; however, as the program becomes successful, the °cost to subsidize the senior and veteran fare could exceed available funding. As a result, Commission and transit operator staff will need to work closely on developing these programs to look at innovative program delivery as well as cost containment. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): The evaluation criteria will be two fold: Working with western county transit operator staff: 1) Determine the number of senior and veteran riders that transfer from dial -a -ride to the fixed route system; and 2) Determine the financial impact on farebox revenues. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Western Riverside Number of Vehicles Requested (if any),. identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Not Applicable. Actual names of the programs will be determined at a later date. 2 Riverside Specialized Transportation Services is excluded from this list as they do not provide fixed route services. As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 78 Measure and Transportation Development Act (TDA)' Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit X Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit D Total Cost: $2M per year $20M for 10 year period Project Name: Mobility Management Program Summary of Proposed Pro➢ect Agency Name and Address: Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, Third FIoor P. O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502-2208 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Tanya Love Transit Program Manager (951)787-7141 tlove(a�rctc.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Develop a mobility management program utilizing public transit operators, non-profit and for -profit operators to improve the mobility of the Westem Riverside senior, disabled and truly needy population. See Attachment 1 for detailed information. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: Increase the mobility of seniors, disabled and the truly needy population by increasing transportation options. As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 79 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Riverside County Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Not Applicable. As of 7/12/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 80 Attachment 1 Mobility Management Program "More than four in five (82%) of Americans age 65 or older worry that they will be stranded and unable to get around when they can no longer drive"' Aging Generation: Longevity creates socioeconomic challenges and opportunities: • Challenges in delivering transportation —not to mention health care, food and other supplies to an aging population. ■ Opportunities are also great in that in the United, States, age 65+ consumers are the most affluent of any age segment with many having multiple income sources. We know that senior markets vary by, country, region, age, income and lifestyle. Consider Riverside County's population when the original Measure A Expenditure Plan was approved. Between 1980 and 1990, the .elderly population (age 65 and over) in Riverside County grew from 97.1 thousand to 153.9 thousand, an increase of 58.5%. From 1990 to 2000, the growth of the older population increased only by 27%. The slowing trend is expected to continue until 2010, with a projected growth rate of only about 1.3 percent a year, compared with the average annual growth of 2.3 percent from 1950 to 1990. However, after 2010, the survivors of the Baby Boom start to enter the 60+ age group. The Department of Finance's Demographic Unit projects that by 2050, Riverside County's elderly population is expected to reach 635,576 - an increase of 227% over a 50 year period from 2000 to 2050 More than ever, the Measure A Specialized Transit program will play a significant role in providing_ transportation not only to the elderly but disabled population as well. Baby Boomers: On a national level, the first wave of Baby Boomers will turn 60 during the period between 2000 and 2010. Nationally, the number of people age 65 and over is projected to increase from 39 million in 2010 to 69 million in 2030. The historical trend of the older population growing at a faster rate than the total population will continue into the 21st century. Population projections indicate an 18 percent increase of the total population between 2010 .and 2030 but the older population. will increase by 78 percent during this period.. This differentialgrowth will result in nearly 1 in 5 Californians being 60 years of age or older by 2030. Thus, the: share of the population age 65 and over would increase dramatically to about I APTA's Passenger Transport. December 12, 2005. 81 20% percent of the total population compared to about 13 percent now. Moreover, between 2030 and 2040, when the first of the Baby Boom generation reaches age 85, the percent of elderly who are in the oldest age group will reach 14 percent. Many individuals in the oldest age group category have severe chronic health problems that demand special attention, and as a result, the rapid growth of this population group has many implications for families as well as government at all levels. Problem Statements: • Specialized transportation needs in the Inland Empire are incompletely met by existing public transportation structures; • Specialized transportation needs cannot be addressed by any single service system alone; • Economic and social costs of these unmet needs grow as the population increases (financial impact on first responders: police, ambulance etc.); and • New infrastructure is needed to enable agencies, organizations and individuals to collaborate to better meet current and future specialized transportation needs. Vision: • To improve mobility across Riverside (and San Bemardino Counties) for those with specialized transportation needs: 0 Incremental approach: • Western Riverside (with service provision to adjoining counties) • FY 2006/07 & FY 2007/08 Call for Projects (included Non -Emergency Medical Transportation Element) • Coachella Valley and Palo Verde Valley (possibly part of 30-year transit visioning through current Transit Policy Committee process/discussions) • San Bernardino county (potential joint effort with San Bernardino Associated Governments) • Development of a Transit Tec.hnical Advisory Committee with membership consisting of public transit operators, non-profit operators and for -profit operators. Commission staff is proposing that in addition to funding traditional public dial -a- ride programs, that we continue the western Riverside Specialized Transit Program's two-year call for projects to secure niche -market transportation services for individuals too frail or elderly to ride typical public transit. In addition, staff is recommending that we develop a Mobility Management Program 82 • • consisting of the Golden Passport and Patriot Passport programs together with an information referral and assistance component. Following is the proposed structure of the Mobility Management Program: Goals: ■ To create an infrastructure that provides a focal point for funding, operation, information and education for and about specialized transportation resources; and ■ To create mechanisms that can work across and between service systems to help address mobility needs that fall outside or at the edges of existing transportation services. Outcomes: ■ Coordinate specialized transportation services to frail, elderly, disabled and truly needy population; ■ More fully utilize existing transportation resources; and ■ Make transportation more affordable to veterans, seniors, disabled and low-income residents. 83 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: SUNL.INE TRANSIT AGENCY SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)/Express Bus Service/Commuter Service - Capital Projects. Cost: $12,648,150 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2010/2011 Project Name: Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)/Express Bus Service/Commuter Service - Operating Cost: $109,305,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: 4 New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2011/2012 Project Name: Bus Replacement Program — Capital Projects Cost: $13,912,965 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New ; Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009/2010 Project Name: Community —Based Service Implementation — Capital Projects Cost: $5,059,260 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing:i. New : Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009/2010 Project Name: Community —Based Service Implementation- Operating Cost: $40,930,310 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New 4 Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009/2010 Project Name: Frequency Improvement on Line 111- Capital Projects Cost: $7,167,285 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New 4 Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009 Project Name: Frequency Improvement on Line 111— Operating Cost: $102,146,780 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New , 4 >Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009 As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary Sheet 84 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS:. Project Name: Implementation of Market -Based Service — Capital Projects Cost: $2,529,630 Indicate whether proposed project is Now or Existing: 4 New. 4 Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009/2010 Project Name: Implementation of Market -Based. Service =Operating Cost: $57,255,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: At New 4 Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009/2010 Project Name: Discount Senior Fares & Additional Service - Operating Cost: $46,845,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New 4 Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009/2010 Project Name: Implementation of Sub -regional Service - Capital Projects Cost: $11,383,335 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: Time Line for Implementation: FY2009/2010 New 4 Existing Project Name: Implementation of Sub -regional Service -Operating Cost: $136,205,020 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New Time Line for Implementation: FY2009/2010 Project Name: Transit Enhancement Project— Capital Projects Cost: $1,500,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New 4 Existing" Time Line for Implementation: FY 2009 Project Name: Transit Facilities Project - Capital Projects Cost: $10,500,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: I/ New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 2010/2011 TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: $557,387,735 Measure A Funds Requested: $ TDA Funds Requested: $ As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/MA Summary Sheet 85 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route O Paratransit Capital: Fixed' Route Paratransit Total Cost: $12,648,150 Project Name: Implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on Highway 111 Corridor, Commuter Bus Service, and Express Bus Service on the Interstate-10 Corridor. Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext.119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Projects: Purchase thirty (30) 40ft, 45ft, and 60ft buses that will be utilized for BRT service, Commuter bus service, and express service bus routes. Recommendation in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis is proposing the implementation of these services to enhance existing transit service. The methodology used in arriving at the cost is explained below. PS: The current cost of purchasing a bus is estimated at $405,000, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 4.1 %. The cost ofpurchasing a bus in 2009 dollars is estimated at $421,605, and then multiplied by the number of buses to be purchased Total capital cost requested for the thirty buses is estimated at $12,648,150. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 86 GoaUOutcome of Proposed Project; This goal and outcome of the proposed projects will enhance the existing regular service currently operated in the Valley and will provide better and faster service for current riders and residents that may be interested in using faster transit service. The proposed new services will reduce the travel time for riders using the system for their mobility needs for work and school, and for commuter service. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Continued maintenance program /Preventive maintenance Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley/Selected areas in the Counties of riverside and San Bemardino. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: The number of vehicles requested is ten (10), which will be a combination of 40ft, 45ft and 60ft, buses. The expected make of the vehicles will be low -floor buses. The passenger capacity in the 40ft buses is 45, the passenger capacity in the 45 ft buses is 50, and the passenger capacity in the 60ft buses is 55. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 87 • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) ProposedTransit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route 0 Paratransit 0 Total Cost: $109,305,000 Project Name: Implementation of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on Highway 111 Corridor, Express Bus Service on the Interstate-10 Corridor, and Commuter Service to Areas outside of Coachella Valley. Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext.119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Projects: As part of the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) conducted to examine and provide recommendation to improve transit service in the Coachella Valley, the COA also recommended long range service plans in the Preferred Service Plan (PSP). The PSP recommends establishing a Highway 111 BRT service, implementing an Interstate 10 (1-10) regional express bus route, and continued monitoring of growing areas and implement transit service to serve the dense areas. As part of the process, SunLine will conduct studies to evaluate and determine the feasibility of implementing the BRT service on Hwy. 111 and express bus service along 1-10. The COA also recommends implementing eonunuter bus service to areas outside of Coachella Valley, such as Metrolink stations in the counties of Riverside and San Bernardino, and Cabazon Outlet Stores. PS: The total operating cost is estimated at $10,500,000 in 2007 dollars, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by 4.I % (current CPI). The operating cost in As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project . 88 2009 dollars is estimated at $10,930,500, and then multiplied by the total number of years of the Conceptual Plan, which is 10 years. The total operating cost requested is $109,305,000. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed projects will enhance the existing regular service currently operated in the Valley and will provide better and faster service for current riders and residents that may be interested in using faster transit service. The proposed new service will reduce the travel time for commuters working outside the Valley and will help reduce congestion on the freeways. Implementation of these new services will help improve the air quality in the Valley and the region. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Evaluate ridership by conducting ride checks and monitoring the route to ensure it meets criteria that will be used in developing the parameters for the service. SunLine will also conduct surveys and talk to passengers on how to improve the service. Geographical Service Area of Transportatign Project: Coachella Valley/Counties of Riverside and San Bernardino. Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: The number of vehicles requested is sixty (60) and will be a combination of 40ft, 45ft and 60ft buses. The expected make of the vehicles will be low -floor buses. The passenger capacity in the 40ft buses is 45, the passenger capacity in the 45 ft buses is 50, and the passenger capacity in the 60ft buses is 55. As of 7/14/2006 Measure AtEDA Summary of Proposed Project 89 • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route CI Paratransit O Capital: Fixed Route Paratransit Project Name: Bus Replacement Program] Summary of Proposed Project Total Cost: $13,912,965' Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext.119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Purchase thirty-three (33) 30ft and 40ft buses that will be used in replacing buses in the fleet that are close to meeting their useful lives as defined by federal guidelines. In 2005, SunLine implemented a Bus Replacement Program to replace vehicles in the fleet that have met their useful lives and as they age. SunLine will continue to replace these buses and will use them on all routes that serve the Coachella Valley. PS: The current cost of purchasing a bus is estimated at $405,000 in 2007 dollars, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 4.1%. The cost of purchasing a bus in 2009 dollars is estimated at $421,605, and then multiplied by the number of buses to be purchaser) The total capital cost requested for the buses is estimated at $13,912,965. GoaUOutcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures buses provide service on time, and also ensures that service offered is safe and the vehicles well maintained. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 90 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Continuous maintenance of buses Preventive maintenance Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger . The replacement vehicles will comprise of 30ft and 40ft, low -floor buses. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 91 • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit O Capital: Fixed Route Al Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $5,059,260 Project Name: Implementation of Community -Based Service routes, including new route Line 15 and existing routes, Lines 24, 80, and 93. Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Projects: Purchase twelve (12) 30ft and 40ft expansion buses that will be utilized on the Community -based bus service routes as part of the recommendations outlined in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA). Recommendations in the COA proposes improvements to existing route. Implementation of this new type of service is intended to provide service within various communities that make up the cities in the Coachella Valley. The improvements include improving the frequency on Lines 24, 80 and 93 and implementing a new route, Line 15 in the City of Desert Hot Springs. Additional Community -Based service routes will be determined and implemented as SunLine meets with other jurisdictions at a future date. PS: The current cost of purchasing a bus is estimated at $405,000, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 4.1 %. The cost of purchasing a bus in 2009 dollars is estimated at $421,605, and then multiplied by the number of buses to be purchased The total capital cost requested for the buses is estimated at $5,059,260. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 92 Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures SunLine provides service to areas in the Valley with increased demand for more transit service, as well as improve and reduce the travel . time for riders who currently ride the Lines 24, 80 and 90 for their mobility needs. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Preventive maintenance and continuous maintenance of buses assigned to the route_ Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Number of vehicles requested is twelve (12), which will be a combination of 30 ft and 40 ft buses. Although six of the requested vehicles will be utilized for Lines 15, 24, 80 and 93; the remaining six will be used for additional Community -based service routes. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 93 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check:'' Operating: Fixed Route - Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $40,930,310 Project Name: Implementation of Community -Based Service routes, including new route Line 15 and existing routes, Lines 24, 80, and 93. Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency, 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Projects: This project entails implementing new Community -based service routes, as. well as improving existing routes that have been reclassified as Community -based service routes. Recommendations in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis include implementing a new Community -based service route, Line 15 in the City Desert Hot Springs. In addition, three existing routes have been reclassified as Community -based services, which include Lines 24, 80 and 93. Additionally, SunLine will be working all the cities within Coachella Valley interested in implementing Community -based service routes. Line 15: The new Line 15 will act as a feeder route for the Sub -regional service route Line 14. The route was designed by the City of Desert Hot Springs staff with the assistance from SunLine. The route will operate along Hacienda Avenue. The Preferred Service Plan (PSP) recommends operating the route on a 30 minute headway and will require one bus for the service. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 94 Line 24: As part of the recommendations in the PSP, the existing Line 24, which has been streamlined and combined with Line 23 will operate as a Community -based service that will serve the communities of Palm Springs and Cathedral City. Line 24 is designed to provide improved and better service to the residential areas currently served and to new higher density residential developments along Sunrise Way. The PSP recommends operating the route on a 30 minute headway. and will require two (2) vehicles. Line 80: Line 80 will. continue to operate along the same routing in the City of Indio ; however, the route has been streamlined and will now operate bi-directionally. The reconfigured route will also serve neighborhoods and businesses along Arabia and Oasis Streets. The PSP includes operating the route on a 30 minute headway and will require two (2) buses. Line 93: Line 93 is one of two new routes recommended in the PSP to replace the existing Line'91, which will be discontinued when the PSP is implemented. Line 93 will operate between Mecca, Oasis, and the Torres -Martinez Indian Reservation. The new route is designed to provide better service to residents in these communities and will offer bi-directional service along the designated condor_ The PSP recommends operating the route with on a 60 minute headway and will require one (1) bus. PS: The total operating cost for the existing routes listed is estimated at $3,931,827 in 2007 dollars, then adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 4.1 %. The operating cost in 2009 dollars is estimated at $4,093,031, and then multiplied by the total . number of years for the Conceptual Plan, which is 10 years. The total operating cost requested is estimated at $40,930,310. GoallOutcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures SunLine provides service to areas in the Valley with increased demand for more transit service, as well as improve and reduce the travel" time for riders who currently ride existing routes for their mobility needs. Evaluation Criteria (identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Evaluate ridership on the route Conduct ride checks along the route Monitor route performance on a daily basis Conduct surveys and talk to passengers on how to improve service Geographical Service Area of Transportation Projects Coachella Valley As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 95 Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Number of vehicles requested is twelve (12), which will be a combination of 3011 and 40 ft buses. Although six of the requested vehicles will be utilized for Lines 15, 24, 80 and 93, the remaining six will be used for additional Community -based services that will be implemented in FY 2009/2010. The expected make of the vehicles will be low -floor buses. The passenger capacity in the 40ft buses is 45, with the passenger capacity in the 30ft buses listed as 26. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/MA Summary of Proposed Project 96 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed -Route "0 Paratransit O Capital: Fixed Route Paratransit D Total Cost: $7,167,285 Project Name: Frequency Improvement on Line 111 (Highway 111 Corridor Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Purchase seventeen (17) 40ft expansion buses that will be utilized on Line 111 as part of the proposed improvement along the route. As part of the recommendations in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis, Line 111 will be improved to operate on a 15 minute frequency. This will require using 17 buses to ensure that service is operated on -time, especially during peak hours. The additional vehicles will ensure that the proposed frequency improvement is achieved and enables passengers to get to their destinations on time. PS: The current cost ofpurchasing a bus is estimated at $405,000 in 2007 dollars, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 4.1 %. The cost of purchasing a bus in 2009 dollars is estimated at $421,605, and then multiplied by the number of buses to be purchased The total capital cost requested for the buses is estimated at $7,167,285. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 97 Goal/Outcome of Proposed. Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures route performs efficiently, as well as improves on -time performance. The improvement will reduce the travel time and will encourage more residents in the Coachella Valley to ride the bus to their jobs along the Highway 111 Corridor. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Continuous maintenance of the buses Preventive maintenance Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 98 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route AI Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit, <❑ Total Cost: $102,146,780 'Project Name_ Frequency Improvement on Line 111 (Highway 111) Corridor Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: This project entails improving. service operated along the Highway 111 Corridor. This project is part of the recommendations in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) conducted by SunLine to evaluate and improve existing transit service provided in the Coachella Valley. As'a result of the comprehensive analysis of the existing transit service, a Preferred Service Plan (PSP) was developed, which classified the existing routes into four categories. The new service classifications are Regional, Sub -regional, Community -based, and Market -based. Line 111, which has been reclassified as a Regional service, is one of 12 routes that will be improved to enhance transit service in the Valley. The current Line 111 route operates on a 25 minute headway on weekdays and 44 minutes headway on weekends. The proposed project would improve headways from the current weekday and weekend headways to a 15 minutes headway on weekdays and weekends. Over time, SunLine will improve the headway to 10 minutes. Additional improvements on Line 111 include extending the route to the City of Coachella and will serve the College of the Desert. Line 111 offers service from Palm Springs to Indio along Highway 111 and serves. as the main trunk line within SunLine's bus system. Riders using other routes serving different segments of the Valley including Desert Hot Springs, Palm Spring, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, Indio, As of7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 99 Cathedral City, Indian Wells, and La Quinta connect with the Line 111 at various locations along the route. This routes links and connects SunBllS riders with major commercial and retail businesses, recreational attractions, museums, educational facilities, medical institutions, and municipal offices. PS: The operating cost is estimated at $9,812,370 in 2007 dollars, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 4.1 %. The operating cost in 2009 dollars is estimated at $10,214,678, and then multiplied by the total number ofyears of the conceptual Plan, which is 10 years. The total operating cost requested is estimated at $102,146,780. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures route performs efficiently, as well as improves on -time performance. The improvement will reduce the travel time and encourage more residents in the Coachella Valley to ride the bus. Evaluation. Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Evaluate ridership on the route Conduct ride checks along the route Monitor route performance on a daily basis to ensure bus is performing on time Conduct surveys and talk to passengers on how to improve service. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Number of vehicles requested is 17 and will include 40ft buses. The expected make of the vehicles will be low -floor buses. The passenger capacity in the 40ft'buses is 45. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/1'1)A Summary of Proposed Project 100 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route Paratransit D Capital: Fixed Route Al Paratransit Total Cost: $2,529,630 [Project Name: Implementation of Market -Based Service Routes Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Projects: Purchase six (6) 25ft, 30ft and 32ft expansion buses that will be utilized for the market -based service routes as part of the recommendations outlined in the COA. Recommendations in the comprehensive Operational Analysis proposes implementation of market -based routes to provide service to seniors or persons with disabilities needing transportation service for medical or social activities within the various communities in cities in the Coachella Valley. PS: The current cost ofpurchasing a bus is estimated at $405,000, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 4.1 %. The cost of purchasing a bus in 2009 dollars is estimated at $42, 605, and then multiplied by the number of buses to be purchased The total capital requested for the 6 buses is estimated of $2,529,630. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures SunLine provides service to areas in the Valley with to meet mobility needs of seniors and persons with disabilities living in various segments of the Coachella Valley. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 101 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): . Continued maintenance of vehicles Preventive maintenance Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Number of vehicles requested is six (6) which will be a combination of 25ft, 30ft and 32fft buses. All vehicles will be utilized for Market -based services that will be implemented at a future date. The expected make of the vehicles will below -floor buses. The passenger capacity in the buses is 26 to 30 passengers. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 102 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please cheek: Operating: Fixed Route 4 Paratransit Capital: Fixed Route CI Paratransit D Total Cost: $57,255,000 Project Name: Implementation of Market -Based Service Routes Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Projects: This project entails implementing one of two new service types recommended in the Preferred Service Plan as a result of the Comprehensive Operational Analysis conducted to evaluate and provide recommendations to improve transit services in the Coachella Valley. The Market -based service will be designed in conjunction with and assistance from staff of local jurisdictions. The Market -based services will include services designed to serve seniors, persons with disabilities and school districts, as well as work with social service agencies to coordinate transportation service to serve the need of those that have mobility challenges. PS: The total operating cost of the Market -based services is estimated at $5,500,000 in 2007 dollars, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 41 %. The operating cost in 2009 dollars is estimated at $5,725,500, and then multiplied by the total number of years of the Conceptual Plan, which is 10 years. The total operating cost requested is estimated at $57,,255,000. As of 7/14/2006 Measure AnDA Summary of Proposed Project 103 GoalfOutcome of Proposed Project:. This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures SunLine provides service to areas in the Valley with increased demand for more transit service, as well as improve and reduce the travel time for riders, especially seniors and persons with disabilities. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Evaluate ridership on the route Conduct ride checks along the route Monitor route performance on a daily basis Conduct surveys and talk to passengers on how to improve service. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity. Number of vehicles requested is six (6) which will be a combination of 25ft, 30ft or 32ft buses. All vehicles will be utilized for the Market -based services that will be implemented at a future date. The expected make of the vehicles will be low -floor buses. The passenger capacity in these buses is 26 to 30 passengers. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 104 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit Capital: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit Total Cost: $46845,000 roject Name: Continued Provision of Discount Fares For Seniors & isabled, and additional Transit Service Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: This project entails offering discount fares to seniors and the disabled who use SunLine services, as well as improve and add more service. As part of the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) that was completed by SunLine; the existing paratransit service was also evaluated to determine if the existing service is efficient and cost effective. The recommended changes to improve the paratransit service as changes are implemented on the fixed routes. Additionally, in January 2006, SunLine restructured its fares to ensure the agency continues offering discounted fares to seniors and persons with disabilities. SunLine will utilize the funds requested to implement subsidized service for seniors and persons with disabilities. PS: The total operating cost is estimated at $4,500,000 in 2007 dollars, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that and then multiplied by the number of years of the conceptual Plan, which is 10 years. The total operating cost requested is estimated at $46,845,000. As of 7/14/2006 Measure Af1'DA Summary of Proposed Project 105 Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures SunLine continues to offer discount fares to seniors and persons with disabilities, as well as provide service to areas in the Valley with increased demand for more transit service. It will also provide newly defined service that will enhance paratransit service offered to seniors and the disabled. Evaluation. Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Offer discounted fares Provide additional service or offer different type of service that meets their mobility needs. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 106 Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating Fixed Route 0 Paratransit Capital: Fixed Route Paratransit ❑ Total, Cost: $11,383335 Project Name: Frequency Improvement., for Sub -regional transit services, including Lines 14, 30, 32, 53, 70, 90, and 92. Summary of Proposed_ Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver. Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Purchase twenty-seven (27) 30ft and 40 ft buses that will be utilized on the sub -regional bus service routes as part of the recommendations outlined in the COA. Recommendations in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis propose improvements to and implementation of realigned routes to enhance existing services. The improvements include increasing frequencies on Lines 14, 30, 70, 90, and 92, as well as implementing new routes, Lines 32 and 53. PS: The current cost ofpurehasing a bus is estimated at $405,000 in 2007 dollars, which has been adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI of 4.1%. The cost of purchasing a bus in 2009 dollars is estimated at $421,605, and then multiplied by the number of buses to be purchased. The total capital cost requested for the buses is estimated at $11,383,335. As of 7/14/2006 Measure AfEDA Summary of Proposed Project 107 GoallOutcome of ProposedProject: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures route perform efficiently, as well as provide service to areas in the Valley with increased demand for more transit service. improves on -time reduce the travel time and will encourage more residents in the Coachella Valley to ride the bus. This will also help reduce the air quality in the Valley. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Preventive Maintenance Continued maintenance Conduct ride checks along the route Monitor route performance on a daily basis Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Number of vehicles needed requested is twenty-seven (27), which will be a combination of 30ft and 40ft buses. The expected make of the vehicles will be low -floor buses. The passenger capacity in the 40ft buses is 45, with the passenger capacity in the 30 ft buses is 26. As of.7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 108 • i Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route' Paratransit 0 Capital: Fixed Route. D Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $136,205,020' Project Name: Frequency Improvement for Sub -regional transit services, including Lines 14, 30, 32, 52, 70; 90, and 92. Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext.119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: This project entails improving the sub-regionalservices operated in various parts of the Coachella Valley. This project' is part of the recommendations in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) that was conducted by SunLine to evaluate and improve existing transit service provided in the Coachella Valley. As a result, a Preferred Service Plan (PSP) was developed, which reclassified the existing routes into four types of services.The new service classifications are Regional, Sub -regional; Community -based, and Market -based. Lines 14, 30, 32, 53, 70, 90, and 92 have been reclassified as sub -regional services, and have all been redesigned to feed into Line 111, which is the trunk route operating along the Highway 1 l 1 corridor. All the routes except for Line 30 have been redesigned and rerouted to serve areas that have grown and need more transit service: Line 14: Line 14 is proposed to operate along the same alignment as it currently does with the exception of service on Hacienda Avenue, east of Palm Drive, which has been designated as a Community - based service. The PSP recommends an alignment on Baristo Road between Sunrise Way and As of 7/14/2006 Measure An DA Summary of Proposed Project 109 Farrell Drive as opposed to Tahquitz Canyon Way. The Line 14 route currently operates on a 50 minute headway on weekdays and 75 minutes headway on weekends. The proposed project would improve the route to have a 30 minute headway on weekdays and 60 minutes headway on weekendss. The PSP for Line 14 would require four additional buses. Line 30: Line 30, which is the most productive route in SunLine's system has also been reclassified as a sub -regional service route. This route provides service to the communities of Palm Springs and Cathedral City. There are no recommendation in the PSP to alter the route as it exists. The only changes recommended for the route is to increase the frequency on the route to 15 minutes all day. The proposed PSP for Line 30 will require seven (7) additional buses. Line 32: Line 32 is a new route which was designed to replace Lines 31 and 50, and will provide service connections to residents in the communities of Palm Springs, Thousand Palms, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage and Palm Desert; The new route will serve the Westfield Shoppingtown on Town Center Way in Palm Desert and will also serve the emerging retail and commercial businesses along Monterey Avenue. The PSP recommends operating the route on a 30 minute headway and will require six (6) buses. Line 53: Line 53 will operate mainly on Cook Street and will partially replace Line 50, which will be discontinued. In addition, the route has been redesigned to serve the University of California, Riverside (Palm Desert Campus branch) and California State University, San Bernardino (Palm Desert Campus branch) on Cook Street, .as well as serve the College of the Desert and will terminate at the Westfield Shoppingtown on Town Center Way. The PSP recommends a 30 minute headway, which will require two (2) buses. Line 70: Line 70 will continue to provide service along the same routing it currently operates and will serve the communities of La Quinta and Bermuda Dunes. The PSP recommends modifying the route to serve the emerging retail and commercial businesses on Highway 111 near Adams . Street_ Additionally, the route will be expanded to serve more areas within the community. of Bermuda Dunes. The reconfigured route is designed to operate on a 30 minute headway and will require three (3) buses. Line 90 As a result of the recommendations in the COA, the PSP recommends streamlining the existing Line 90 to service the communities of Coachella and Indio. The route has also been extended south of the current terminal in Coachella and north through downtown Indio. The PSP recommends operating the service on a 30 minute headway and will require three (3) buses to run the service. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 110 Line 92: Line 92 is one of two routes designed to replace current service on Line 91. The new route configuration will provide bi-directional service in the communities of Mecca, Thermal and Coachella, and will provide improved and better service in Mecca and Thermal, as well as serve the Mecca Family Medical Health Center. Proposed headway in the PSP would require 30 minutes to operate the route and will. take two (2) vehicles to run the service. PS: The current operating cost is estimated at $13,084,055 in 2007 dollars, which has been> adjusted for inflation by multiplying that amount by the current CPI at 4.1 %. The operating cost in 2009 dollars is estimated at $13,620,502, and then multiplied by the number of years of the Conceptual Plan, which is 10 years. The total operating cost requested is estimated at $136,205,020. Goal/Outcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project ensures the routes perform efficiently, as well as provide service to areas in the Valley with increased demand for more transit service. It will improve on -time performance, reduce the travel time, and will encourage more residents in the Coachella Valley to ride the bus. Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Evaluate ridership on the route Conduct ride checks along the route Monitor route performance on a daily basis Conduct surveys and talk to passengers on how to improve service. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley Number of Vehicles Requested (if any), identifying number, expected make/model and passenger capacity: Number of vehicles requested is twenty-seven (27), which will be a combination of 30 ft and 40 ft buses. The expected make of the vehicles will be low -floor buses. The passenger capacity in the 40ft buses is 45, with the passenger capacity in the 30 ft buses listed as 26. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 111 • i Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fisted Route ❑ Paratransit ❑ Capital: Fixed Route Paratransit ❑ Total Cost: $1,500,000 'Project Name: Transit Enhancement Project Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: Purchase one hundred (100) bus shelters and thirty-five (35) benches for placement at bus stops located throughout SunLine's service area. Recommendations in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) include improving and enhancing bus stops in the system. As a result, SunLine has completed an inventory of the bus stops and will be selecting bus stops where bus shelters and bus benches can be installed. PS: The capital cost of the transit amenities is estimated at $1,500,000. GoallOutcome of Proposed Project: This goal and outcome of the proposed project will enhance and improve transit service, as well make the bus stops more comfortable for bus patrons who use the bus service. It also protects passengers waiting for the buses from inclement weather in the Valley. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 112 Evaluation Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): Continuous maintenance and monitoring of bus shelters to ensure there are no graffiti on them. Geographical Service Area of Transportation Project: Coachella Valley As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 113 Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects Please check: Operating: Fixed Route ❑ Paratransit D Capital: Fixed Route 4 Paratransit Total Cost: $10,500,000 Project Name: Transit Facilities Transfer Locations, Park & Ride Lots and Transit Centers. Summary of Proposed Project Agency Name and Address: SunLine Transit Agency 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail Thousand Palms, CA 92276 Primary Contact Person, Name, Title, Telephone and Email: Eunice Lovi, Director of Planning 760-343-3456, ext. 119 elovi@sunline.org Brief Description of the Proposed Transportation Project: As part of the recommendations in the Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA), the Preferred Service Plan proposes a number of transit facilities throughout various locations in the Valley. These facilities may include transit centers, transfer locations, and Park and Ride Lots that may be utilized by StmLine passengers and commuters where they can park their vehicles and board the buses that will serve these facilities. SunLine will conduct a Site Selection study to assist in determining the best possible location to construct these facilities. As part of the process, SunLine will be working with Caltrans and the local jurisdictions, and will seek funding from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) in addition to funding requested from the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) to construct these projects. The locations for these facilities will be determined later. - PS: The capital cost for the construction of the transit facilities is estimated at $10,500,000. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 114 oatiOlitcome of Proposed Project: and outcome of the proposed project will enhance and improve transit service, as well 6: age more residents in the Valley to use the services SunLine provides. It is also intended age residents in Coachella Valley who currently commute outside the Valley to their _ioh, in other parts of the County in Single Occupant Vehicles (SOV) to ride commuter bus ,e that will be implemented. This will also help to improve the air quality in the Valley and region as more residents choose to ride public transportation; thereby, reducing the number of 0v on the freeways. on Criteria (Identify how agency will determine effectiveness of this project): C tOf ridership by conducting ride checks and continue to evaluate the service. Conduct surveys: and talk to passengers on how to improve service. mgraphical Service Area of Transportation Project: crc helia Valley. As of 7/14/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary of Proposed Project 115 .N • Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: PALO VERDE VALLEY TRANSIT AGENCY SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: Fixed Route - Expanded Hours Cost: $_3,006,050 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: After 2007 - Eight years operating cost. Project Name: Dial -A -Ride Expanded Hours Cost: $ 340,370 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: After 2007 - Eight years operating cost. Project Name: Expansion Vehicles — Fixed Route Cost: $ 254,100 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 08-1, FY 09-1 Project Name: Bus Stop Amenities Cost: $_150,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ X New Existing Time Line for Implementation:. FY 06, FY 08, FY10, FY 12, FY 14 116 As of 7/13/2006 Measure AITDA Summary Sheet Measure A and Transportation Development Act (TDA) Proposed Transit Operating and Capital Projects SUMMARY SHEET Agency Name: PALO VERDE VALLEY TRANSIT AGENCY ` SUMMARY OF PROPOSED PROJECTS: Project Name: Fixed Route Operating Cost (Existing Level of Service) Cost: $ 11,386,500 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: - New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: Ten year operating cost. Project Name: Dial -A -Ride Operating Cost (Existing Level of Service) Cost: $ 2,836,425 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: Ten year operating cost. Project Name: Replacement Vehicles — Fixed Route Cost: $_781,850 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: New. X Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 09-1, FY 10-2, FY 11-1, FY 13-1 Project Name: Replacement Vehicles —Dial-A-Ride Cost: $_387,200 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: _ New X Existing Time Line for Implementation: FY 08-1, FY10-1, FY12-1 Project Name: Relocate to PVVTA Corporate Yard — New Facility Cost: $ 1,000,000. Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: After 2008 Project Name: Capital Equipment for Corporate Yard Cost: $_1,000,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: After 2008 Project Name: CNG Fueling Station Cost: $ 400,000 Indicate whether proposed project is New or Existing: X New _ Existing Time Line for Implementation: After 2007 — Match for $600,000 in Grant Funds TOTAL: ALL PROPOSED PROJECTS: $_21,542,495 Measure A Funds Requested: Not Applicable TDA Funds Requested: $ 2E542,495 As of 7/13/2006 Measure A/TDA Summary Sheet 117