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09 September 18, 2006 Technical Advisory Committee77971 • • TIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 A.M. September 18, 2006 Records Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3`d Floor *By request, agenda and minutes may be available in alternative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS Ahmad Ansari, City of Perris Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Duane Burk, City of Banning City of Calimesa Bill Gallegos, City of Coachella Mike Gow, City of Hemet Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Bill Hughes, City of Temecula George Johnson, County of Riverside Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Jim Kinley, City of Murrieta Eunice Lovi, SunLine Transit Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, (Perris) and San Jacinto Les Nelson, PVVTA Dan Patneaude, City of Desert Hot Springs Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad Qattan, City of Corona Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Mark Stanley, Riverside Transit Agency Ruthanne Taylor Berger, WRCOG Bill Thompson, City of Norco Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley Allyn Waggle, CVAG Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells John Wilder, City of Beaumont Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 Anne Mayer, Deputy Executive Director 11.36.02 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTA TION COMMISSION TECHNICAL ADVISORY. COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. TIME: 10:00 A.M. DATE: September 18, 2006 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, Third Floor In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and government Code Section 54954.2, if you need special assistance to participate in a Committee meeting,. please contact Riverside County Transportation Commission at (951) 787-7141. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to meeting time will assist staff in assuring that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility at the meeting. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS 3. • APPROVAL OF MINUTES 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS (This is for comments on items not listed on. agenda. Comments relating to an item on the agenda will be taken when the item is before the Committee.) 5. CALIFORNIA BALLOT INITIATIVE UPDATE: EMINENT DOMAIN (Attachment) 6. 2006 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (RTIP) AND AMENDMENT 01 DEVELOPMENT UPDATE (Attachment) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 18, 2006 Page 2, 7. AUGUST 2006 PROJECT MILESTONE REPORTS STATUS UPDATE (Attachment) 8. CALTRANS LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT • NEPA MOBIL SOURCE AIR TOXICS (MSAT) REQUIRED STUDY (Attachment) • INACTIVE PROJECTS (Verbal Presentation) • PM 2.5 UPDATE AND WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT (Attachment) • OTHER WORKSHOPS (SEPT. 21 PES/SECTION 106) (Verbal Presentation) 9. TAC SUBCOMMITTEE REPORT ON PROJECT DELIVERY SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 MEETING (Verbal Presentation) 10. SEPTEMBER 14, 2006 COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS (Verbal Presentation) 11. OTHER BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS 12. ADJOURNMENT (The next meeting will be October'16, 2006, 10:00 A.M. in Banning.) • MINUTES • 2. TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, July 17, 2006 Call to Order Tom Boyd, Chair, called the meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to order at 10:00 A.M. at the Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. Self -Introductions Members Present: Others Present: Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Mike Gow, City of Hemet Ned Ibrahim, City of Corona George Johnson, County of Riverside Tim Jonasson, City of La Quinta Eunice Lovi, SunLine Mike McCoy, Riverside Transit Agency Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Russ Napier, City of Murrieta Juan Perez, County of Riverside Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Alana Townsend, City of Palm Desert Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells John Wilder, City of Beaumont Beryl Yasinosky, City of Temecula Sean Yeung, Caltrans Fred Alamolhoda, Municipal Engineering Resources Alicia Colburn, Caltrans District 8 Paul Engstrom, Caltrans District 8 Shirley Gooding, RCTC Aaron Hake, RCTC Eric Haley, RCTC Ken Lobeck, RCTC Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 17, 2006 Page 2 Anne Mayer, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Paul Rodriguez, Urban Crossroads Stephen Rogers, Municipal Engineering Resources 3. Approval of Minutes Dave. Barakian, City of Palm Springs, requested that the June 19, 2006 minutes be changed to reflect that he was not in attendance. Another member stated that Ahmad Ansari, City of Perris, was not in attendance either. 4. Public Comments There were no public comments. 5. GOVERNMENT RELATIONS • Eminent Domain Aaron Hake, RCTC, provided a brief overview of a ballot initiative that has been qualified for the November ballot. The "Protect Our Homes Act;" also known as Proposition 90, relates to eminent domain and will apply to all public agencies. He stated that one of the greatest impacts of Proposition 90, if it passes, is that it will apply to ' all eminent domain cases that have not been fully adjudicated. Under the initiative's language, land taken must be for public use. It cannot be used for economic development or tax enhancement purposes. It does allow for private toll roads and privately operated prisons. Proposition 90 adjusts valuation and just compensation laws to favor property owners more so than current statutes. Mr. Hake encouraged TAC members to consult with their city attorneys on potential interpretations. REPORT ON BOND MEASURE WORKSHOP Shirley Medina, RCTC; indicated that there would be a bond measure on the November ballot with $19.9 billion that could be injected into California for infrastructure projects. Of that amount, $45 billion will be specifically for a transportation program called the Corridor Mobility Improvement Account • • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 17, 2006 Page 3 (CMIA). The California Transportation Commission (CTC) has already begun efforts at developing criteria for nominating projects 'should the bond measure pass. Nominated projects must prove that they can be under construction by December 31, 2012. The CTC has identified five primary working groups to review criteria development; they are corridor mobility, performance monitoring system; state and local partnership, trade corridor infrastructure and public/private partnerships. Regarding criteria, staff is looking at leveraging local funds, economic impact and project readiness. If the measure is passed, funds will be distributed using the 60/40 STIP county formula — 60% to southern California, 40% to northern California. A determination has not yet been made regarding the fund division following the 60/40 formula but the focus is on corridors rather than specific counties. Meetings will continue, especially at the executive level, and Ms. Medina indicated that the TAC would be kept informed on progress. The CTC expects to publish the guidelines relatedto this measure on October 1. Eric Haley, RCTC, announced that the next meetings would be the July 28, August 11, August 25 and September 6. He said that the task force wants to make recommendations on guidance for the public/private partnerships, corridors, state and local partnership recommendations to the CTC one day after the election in Amador County on the first Wednesday in November. 7. REPORT ON PROJECT DELIVERY SUBCOMMITTEE • June 29th Meeting Shirley Medina drew attention to a draft Project Charter, which was attached to her staff report that Caltrans developed. She introduced Paul Engstrom, Deputy District Director, Program/Project Management, Caltrans, who stated that the basic intent of the Project Charter is to provide the project team, consisting of Caltrans, Local Agency, and Consultants, with an outline of the project that is agreed to at the onset of the project. He highlighted_ the various aspects of the charter, responded to various questions and encouraged further questions or concerns. He further requested that comments be directed to him within the next couple of weeks, with copies to Shirley Medina. It was also suggested that she forward all comments to all members to avoid redundancy of remarks. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 17, 2006 Page 4 Tom Boyd, City of Riverside, stated that the members of the Project Delivery Subcommittee had positive responses to the Project Charter. Other TAC members echoed positive reactions to the charter. Juan Perez requested a target date to receive the MOU that was signed and Ms. Medina stated that she is attempting to get as many signatures as possible. She said that within the next couple of weeks she would e-mail it to the TAC. 8. LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT Deobligation of Inactive Projects Sean Yeung, Caltrans Local Assistance, stated that the inactive project list is divided into. 3 categories based on dollar amounts. Caltrans has received feedback on the list, consisting of two general categories - one was to invoice or deobligate the project and the other is justification as to why the projects should remain active and continue with its obligation process. Caltrans recently received an updated justification list from headquarters in which the projects that have been invoiced were removed but those that were provided a justification remain on the list. He further stated that an e- mail was sent to local agencies requesting more information as to the nature of the justification since headquarters is asking. FHWA is planning to act on the inactive projects next week and the justification forms should be completed and returned to Local Assistance by the end of today to be forwarded to headquarters. 9. PM 2.5 UPDATE AND CONFORMITY FORM FEEDBACK Ken Lobeck, RCTC, reported that the Conformity Review form the agencies are using to determine if a project is a project of air quality concern (POAQC) has changed again. It is now version 3 and is on the SCAG website. A sample of the form- is attached to Mr. Lobeck`s staff report in the. July 17, 2006 TAC agenda. The PM 2.5 is a requirement that projects in the South Coast Air Basin (SCAB) must complete. If not addressed, the next federal action :will not occur (e.g., environmental document approval, obligation of funds, etc.) He further stressed that detailed questions will have to be answered at the SCAG Conformity Work Group. • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 17, 2006 Page 5 Ms. Medina reported that SCAG is not making the determination whether projects are or are not a POAQC. This is a collective effort including Ca!trans Headquarters, Federal Highways, and EPA in reviewing projects through the SCAGTransportation Conformity Working Group. Mr. Lobeck indicated that follow-on actions are significant to the review of projects and the project sponsor needs to be aware of possible required comment periods after a finding of a non-POAQC. 110. 2007 RTP UPDATE: NEXT STEPS Mr. Lobeck is reviewing the final RTP updates and will send them to SCAG. The next step in the process is SCAG's review of the project list. Approval of the RTP is expected in December 2007. As of July 2007, the 2004 RTP expires. SCAG is working with FHWA on a gap -analysis. 11. RTIP UPDATE • Status of 2006 RTIP • Overview of Amendment 01 to 2006 RTIP Mr. Lobeck reported that the 2006 RTIP is ready to be approved by SCAG and will be sent in early August to federal agencies for review and approval by October 4. Amendment 1 to the 2006 RTIP will be initiated and Mr. Lobeck will send TIP sheets to be marked up and returned to him. New transit projects in the new SRTP will go in along with other entries. 12. JULY 2006 MILESTONE REPORTS UPDATE Ken Lobeck provided a draft document entitled, "Transportation Enhancement (TE) Project Milestone Report — July 2006 Update." The document was revised to include TE and STIP projects in which the CTC allocations are being tracked along with the date they should be at the CTC for obligation. Ms. Medina indicated that the white cells on the Excel spreadsheet should be updated. She said that the percent column should also be updated. If there are no updates, the agencies should let Mr. Lobeck know that as well. 13. OTHER BUSINESS Eric Haley said the Commission meeting ran for about three hours with three discussion items and the bulk of dialogue towards the freeway study. The Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 17, 2006 Page 6 study concluded that 40% of future traffic growth in Western Riverside County could be attributed to new development. The study was conducted as part of a lawsuit settlement between Riverside County and the City of Temecula. Another discussion was of financing and trying to guarantee a level interest rate over time. Discussions regarding The Perris Valley Line are moving along and the outlook is good in terms of federal ratings. The Commission will be dark in August. Anne Mayer, RCTC, stated that possibly an educational meeting will be held in August to educate the Commission members regarding public/private partnerships and what they are and are not, where they are being used elsewhere in the United States, how to evaluate projects for feasibility as public/private partnerships. Mr. Haley indicated that there will be a celebration on the regular Commission day, August 9, the opening of the 74 between Lake Elsinore and Perris. Shirley Medina polled the TAC members regarding going dark in August. That was the consensus of the group. She also polled the TAC members regarding ethics training and indicated that RCTC will arrange. for Best, Best & Krieger to provide such a workshop at RCTC offices. Ms. Mayer indicated that if any TAC members do not have ethics training that has been approved by the Attorney General's office by the end of this year, they cannot be on the TAC Committee. She further indicated that AB 1234, that changed elected officials' travel expense reporting requirements and elected officials and committee members ethics training requirements. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 17, 2006 Page 7 14. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:40 A.M. The next meeting is scheduled for September 18, 2006, 10:00 A.M., Riverside County Transportation Commission, 'Riverside County Regional Complex, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA, Conference Room A, Third Floor. Respectfully submitted, Shirley Medina Program Manager • AGENDA ITEM 5 • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 18, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Aaron Hake, Staff Analyst — Government Relations THROUGH: John Standiford, Public Affairs Director SUBJECT: California Ballot Initiative Update: Eminent Domain STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for. the TAC to receive and file as an information item. State Update AB 2630 (Benoit) Grade Separations Assemblyman John J. Benoit's grade separation bill, sponsored by the City of Riverside, has cleared both chambers of the Legislature and is now sitting on the Governor's desk. If signed by the Governor, cities will have greater flexibility in • accessing PUC funding for grade separation projects. Currently, cities are restricted to withdrawing from the PUC Section 190 account only once every 10 years; AB 2630 permits cities to re -apply for the funding as it is deemed available by Caltrans. If Proposition 1 B passes, the PUC Section 190 program would see a $250 million infusion. Although funding through this program is competitive statewide, cities with several high -priority grade separations will have an enhanced ability to pursue those funds. • Proposition 90 At the July TAC meeting, the TAC was presented with information on Proposition 90, the eminent domain initiative, which qualified for the November 2006 statewide general election. At that time the Chair requested future updates on the initiative, including data on how Proposition 90 is polling with potential voters. Since then, the Commission's Budget & Implementation Committee has taken an 'OPPOSE position to Proposition 90, recommending that the full Commission also take and OPPOSE position. The most recent data on voter inclinations towards Proposition 90 comes from a field poll released on August 2, 2006. The poll found 46% of California voters supporting the proposed Constitutional amendment with 31 % opposed. Although a plurality of those polled support Proposition 90, it is still relatively early in the campaign season and much can change between now and November 7. It is also. important to note that support for the initiative has not yet breached 50%, meaning that there is still a large contingent of undecided voters. Proposition 90 will be sharing the stage with 12 other propositions on the ballot, including Propositions 1 A (the Prop. 42 "fix") and 1 B (the transportation infrastructure bond).. The possibility exists that Proposition 90 has the potential to be one of a handful of initiatives that will be polarizing, controversial and a potential wedge issue in what might be a bruising campaign. While heeding that ` concern, members of the Commission's Budget & Implementation Committee were emphatic in their opposition to the Proposition 90 and voted unanimously to take an OPPOSE position. The Committee direction also requested that the item be presented as a discussion item for a full Commission meeting. Committee members were especially concerned regarding the impact of Proposition 90 on future Commission projects and pointed out the incongruity of advocating a major transportation bond act while taking away a tool needed to acquire right-of-way for the very same transportation projects to be paid for by the bond. This can, become especially acute in a growing area such as Riverside County which requires a number of transportation projects. The coalition opposing Proposition 90 continues to grow and includes a wide array of business, environmental and government organizations. Again, TAC members are encouraged to consult with their City Attorneys regarding the potential impacts of this proposed Constitutional amendment. If passed, Prop. 90 would become effective immediately and may have significant impacts on projects underway or already: completed. More information is available from the California Secretary of State's website at: http://www.ss.ca.gov/elections/elections j.htm#2006General Federal Update President Appoints Peters as Transportation Secretary On September 5, President Bush appointed Mary Peters to succeed Norm Mineta as the Secretary of Transportation. Peters is the former administrator of the Federal Highway Administration and is a westerner who resides in Arizona. In fact, she served as the Director of Arizona's Department of Transportation in the late 1990's. On policy issues, she has repeatedly voiced her support of private sector involvement in transportation financing. • FY 2007 Appropriations Prior to recessing in August, the Senate passed its version of the Transportation, Treasury, Housing- •and Urban Development bill (HR 5576). The Senate's version differs from the House's version on a few issue items and includes its own earmarks. The most important earmark for the Commission is the inclusion of $3 million for the Perris Valley Line Metrolink extension. This project received the Isupport of Senator Feinstein, who is a member of the Appropriations Committee. The previously -approved House bill included the following earmarks in Riverside County: 1-10/Ramon Road Bob Hope Interchange State Route 60 Portero Road Interchange Grade Separations in Riverside Riverside and Corona Transit Centers Riverside Transit Agency Bus Stop Upgrades ISunLine Transit Agency Bus Replacement $ 500,000 $ 500,000 $ 500,000 $1,250,000 $ 250,000 $ 500,000 'Also included in the House bill, which has been replicated in the Senate bill, is 'funding for the control tower at Palm Springs International Airport. Final approval of the bill and the fate of various projects and earmarks are not assured until Congress reconvenes, and it is believed that most major bills such as this one will not be addressed until after the November elections. In late August, staff traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with Federal Transit Administration officials regarding the Perris Valley Line project. It is hoped that the 'eventual outcome of the meeting will result in a favorable rating for the project. 'A favorable rating along with Congressional funding will solidify federal support and ;allow the Commission to move on to the next phase of engineering. I i Attachment: Article on Prop 90 from the Sacramento Bee. • kern l�©�itt�csrat' ed Dan Waiters: Most ballot issues have deep ideological splits, but not this one By Dan Walters -- Bee Columnist Published 12:01 am PDT Wednesday, August 2, 2006 Most ballot measures have a strong ideological content and not surprisingly, therefore, Democratic and Republican voters tend to divide sharply on them. A new statewide Field Poll, for example, finds that 67 percent of Republican voters favor Proposition 85, which would require parents to be notified when their teenage daughters sought abortions, while 61 percent of Democrats oppose it -- thereby creating a virtual tie in overall sentiment. Some issues, however, transcend partisan and/or ideological divisions, such as Proposition 83, the so-called Jessica's Law initiative that would toughen penalties on sex offenders. The Field Poll found overall support overwhelming -- 76 percent to 11 percent -- because strong majorities of voters from both parties, as well as independents, plan to vote for it. Perhaps the most intriguing example of cross -party solidarity this year is Proposition 90, which would make it more difficult for local and state governments to seize private property through eminent domain and require governments to compensate property owners for any "substantial economic losses" from land use restrictions. Proposition 90's origins are on the political right. The Fund for Democracy, created and largely funded by New York City developer Howard Rich, put up the lion's share -- some $1.5 million -- of the money to qualify it for the ballot as part of a nationwide drive by Rich and other property rights advocates. The drive was given a big boost when the U.S. Supreme Court, in its now - famous Kelo v. New London decision, last year approved eminent domain seizure of private property for hotels, shopping centers and other essentially private developments. Throughout the country, including California, conservative legislators pushed bills that would curb any such seizures, but the Democrat -controlled California Legislature, while acknowledging the furor generated by the Kelo decision, torpedoed major changes at the behest of local governments. Local officials are concerned about having more restrictions on eminent domain for redevelopment projects, including a ban on taking land for private use, but it's the other provision of Proposition 90, requiring payment to property owners for so-called "inverse condemnation" from land use restrictions that worries them even more because they see it as open-ended and potentially very costly. Property rights advocates, however, see the inverse condemnation language as a vital protection because in the name of environmentalism or other causes, state and local agencies, they say, are making it increasingly difficult, bordering on the impossible, for landowners to build and otherwise use their property. "Modern political leaders have come to ignore the lessons the Founders taught," Sacramento property rights attorney Timothy Sandefur argues in a just -released book, "Cornerstone of Liberty: Property Rights in 21st Century America." He adds that, "Government at every level infringes on private property rights with regulations that take away (properties and) transfer them to people bureaucrats believe are better suited to use them." Sandefur, an attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation, thus makes the classic conservative case for enacting new protections for property rights. But as framed in Proposition 90, it's an issue that, the Field Poll has found, is drawing across-the-board political support. Overall, Field found 46 percent of likely voters backing the measure after it was briefly explained, while 31 percent were opposed. The 51 percent support among Republicans is not surprising, but Democrats at 42 percent and independents at 43 percent are not far behind, and the "no" side trails among both of the latter groups. Only self -identified liberals oppose the measure, and then by just a scant margin. What's happening here? Although they may come at it from different perspectives, and with differing definitions, members of both parties tend to value individual rights, and Proposition 90's cross -party support may reflect that common view. In fact, Sandefur and other property rights advocates contend that the most egregious cases of property seizure tend to affect property owners on the lower end of the economic scale, not the; rich. About the writer: Reach Dan Walters at (916) 321-1195 or dwaltersOsacbee.com. Back columns: www.sacbee.com/walters. Go to: Sacbee % Back to story This article is protected by copyright and should not be printed or distributed for anything except personal use. The Sacramento Bee, 2100 Q St., P.O. Box 15779, Sacramento, CA 95852 Phone:(916) 321-1000 Copyright p The Sacramento Bee, (916) 321-1000 • AGENDA ITEM 6 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 18, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) and of Amendment 01 Development Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to: Receive an update on the draft 2006 RTIP and additional details concerning Amendment 01. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As of September 2006, Caltrans HQ has completed its review of the 2006 RTIP and submitted it to FHWA and FTA for the final review and approval. The document submission consists of all 18 statewide MPO regional TIPS and is referred to as the 2006 FSTIP. Assuming no major issues emerge, federal approval of the California 2006 FSTIP is anticipated to occur about October 4, 2006. When the Federal Highways Administration approves the California's FST1P, they will be approving every other state's FSTIP at the same time as well. From our point of view, the SCAG 2006 RTIP is the same as the FSTIP and FTIP. Due to the extra early scrutiny placed upon the development of the 2006 RTIP/FSTIP/FTIP, very few significant issues emerged. The issues that have surfaced were resolved fairly quickly. One significant issue that required a last -second programming change involved the SAFETEA LU HPP earmarks. FHWA determined that the 20% per year programming rule was not a"viable strategy. The 20% programming rule conflicted with the single -obligation requirement for R/W and construction phases. The programming solution imposed upon the MPOs was to utilize advance construction funds in the phase to enable a single-phase obligation, but which will require a potential multi -year reimbursement similar to the 20% rule. A total of four existing programmed projects with SAFETEA LU HPP earmarks required reprogramming in the 2006 RTIP. An attachment is included with this report that summarizes the reprogramming actions. 2006 RTIP Amendment 01 As announced at the July TAC, SCAG and the CTCs decided to move forward and initiate Amendment 01 to the 2006 RTIP. The schedule has been adjusted as follows: Revised Timeline: July 17, 2006: September 12, 2006: September 18, 2006: October 17, 2006: November 3, 2006: Amendment 01 development announced CTCs receive correct 2006 RTIP Database TIP sheets sent out to lead agencies Marked -up TIP sheets due back to RCTC with supporting documentation as requested. CTCs submit their completed Amendment 01 to SCAG Once RCTC submits Amendment 01 to SCAG, no additional or late submissions will be allowed by SCAG. SCAG will complete its required actions during November and December. Due to an anticipated large amendment that will require a lengthy review and clarification period, the required 30 day public review, and having to work around the holidays, completion of the amendment for submission to Ca!trans HQ to initiate the formal review and approval process may not occur until early January 2007. Assuming the normal eight -week review and approval process occurs for the formal amendment portion, approval of the formal amendment will not occur until well into March 2007. 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I a 1 ,a,. wRwlufW. %04I F, i�alh ba� I 0 ° ryp YsiS,.. OI d1121 _ - • AGENDA ITEM 7 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 18, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: August 2006 Project Milestone Reports Status Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to: Receive a status update concerning the August 2006 Project Milestone Reports. I BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The August 2006 Project Milestone Reports Update requested updated project information to approximately 96 CMAQ, DEMO, Earmark, STPL, STIP and TE funded projects. The reports were sent out in two sets: Twenty-one TE funded projects followed by the remaining 75 CMAQ, DEMO, Earmark, STPL, and STIP funded projects. Updated reports were due back to RCTC by August 31'. Staff will provide further details of the submission status of the August 2006 Milestone Reports. The updated milestone reports will be used to develop the FY 06/07 Obligation Delivery Plan and FY 07/08-08/09 obligation projections, determine necessary adjustments to RTIP lump sum and individual projects to help avoid obligation delays, plus determine when TE and STIP projects need to be submitted to the California Transportation Commission (CTC) for fund allocation. AGENDA ITEM 8 • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 18, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: NEPA Mobil Source Air Toxics (MSAT) Required Study STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is a receive and file item for the TAC concerning the NEPA requirement for MSATs that is effective as of August 3, 2006. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Caltrans District 8 Environmental recently sent RCTC guidance when a MSAT study is required as part of NEPA. The guidance has been included as an information item for the TAC. Per FHWA's August 30, 2006 letter, the MSAT study will be required in all NEPA documents completed after August 3, 2006. The MSAT requirement appears to apply to alli air basins in Riverside County (South Coast Air Basin, (SCAB), Salton Sea Air Basin (SSAB), and the Mojave Desert Air Basin (MDAB)). Included with this item are the FHWA August 30' reminder letter and the February 3`d Air Toxic Analysis Interim Guidance from the FHWA website that provides further information concerning the MSAT study requirement. Attachments: 1 i FHWA August 30, 2006 MSAT Reminder Letter 21 FHWA February 3, 2006 Interim Guidance on Air Toxic Analysis In NEPA Documents • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION CALIFORNIA DIVISION 650 Capitol Mall, Suite 4-100 Sacramento, CA. 95814 August 30, 2006 IN REPLY REFER TO HDA-CA Document #: S49532 Mr. Will Kempton, Director California Department of Transportation 1120 N Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Attention: Federal Resources Office, Room 3500 For Mr. Jay Norvell Dear Mr. Kempton: SUBJECT: FHWA's "Interim Guidance on Air Toxics Analysis for NEPA Documents" On February 2, 2006, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) issued "Interim Guidance on Air Toxics Analysis for NEPA Documents". This guidance was transmitted to the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) on February 14, 2006. As indicated in the February transmittal, FHWA expects that this guidance can be incorporated into any NEPA documents for which the completion of the DEIS, FEIA or EA is completed after August 3, 2006. FHWA requests that you remind the Caltrans' District offices and local transportation agencies that they are to be using FHWA's new air toxics guidance as appropriate. The guidance can be found on FHWA's website at: htto://vvww.fhwa.dot.govienvironment/airtoxic/020306guidmem.htm If you have any questions regarding the guidance, please contact Ms. Jean Mazur, at (916) 498-5732. Sincerely, /s/Maiser Khaled For Gene K. Fong Division Administrator Federal Highway Administration L c t,TlenTc r '.3::. c .1='1 filbe F- 1eta`: Highway Adb ir.tratkan FHWA Horne Feed!). k Environment *Cf U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration SENT BY ELECTRONIC MAIL Subject: INFORMATION: Interim Guidance on Air Toxic Analysis in NEPA Documents Original Signed by: From: Cynthia J. Burbank Associate Administrator for Planning, Environment and Realty To: Division Administrators FHWA > HEP > Environment > Air Quality > Air Toxics Memorandum Date: February 3, 2006 Repiy to HEPN-10 Attn. of : PURPOSE The purpose of this guidance is to advise FHWA Division offices on when and how to analyze Mobile Source Air Toxics (MSAT) in the NEPA process for highways. This guidance is interim, because MSAT science is still evolving. As the science progresses, FHWA will update the guidance. BACKGROUND 41the Clean Air Act identified 188 air toxics, also known as hazardous air pollutants. The Environmental Protection Agency EPA) has assessed this expansive list of toxics and identified a group of21 as mobile source air toxics, which are set forth in an EPA final rule, Control of Emissions of Hazardous Air Pollutants from Mobile Sources (66 FR 17235). The EPA also extracted a subset of this list of 21 that it now labels as the six priority MSATs. These are benzene, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, diesel particulate matter/diesel exhaust organic gases, acrolein, and 1,3-butadiene. While these MSATs are considered the priority transportation toxics, the EPA stresses that the lists are subject to change and may be adjusted in future rules. The EPA has issued a number of regulations that will dramatically decrease MSATs through cleaner fuels and cleaner engines. According to an FHWA analysis, even if VMT increases by 64 percent, reductions of 57 percent to 87 percent in MSATs are projected from 2000 to 2020, as shown in the following graph: U.S. Annual Vehicle Mites Traveled (VMT) vs. Mobile Source Air Toxics Emissions, 2000-2020 VENT (trillions/year) 6 Emissions (tons/year) Benzene (57%) 01+1.11-1) (-711) 3- Po marle toe (65 ) Arntitle E Y) s•vvya.ve, 13t�4eEele (en)"m_ Aeoleq On) 0 2000 2005 2010 vtrr(16rs) —200, 000 -.100, 000 2015 2020 Notes: For on -road mobile sources. Emissions factors were generated using MOBILE6.2. MTBE proportion of market for oxygenates is held constant, at 50%. Gasoline RVP and oxygenate content are held constant_ VMT: Highway Statistics 2000, Table VM-2 for 2000, analysis assumes annual growth rate of 2.5%. "DPM + DEOG" is based on MOBILE6.2-generated factors for elemental carbon, organic carbon and SO4 from diesel -powered vehicles, with the particle size cutoff set at 10.0 microns. National trend information is provided as background. For specific locations, the trend lines may be different, depending on local parameters defining vehicle mix, fuels, meteorology and other factors. Air toxics analysis is a continuing area of research. While much work has been done to assess the overall health risk of air toxics, many questions remain unanswered. In particular, the tools and techniques for assessing project -speck health impacts from MSATs are limited, as discussed in Appendix C. These limitations impede FHWA's ability to evaluate how mobile source health risks should factor into project -level decision -making under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). In addition, EPA has not established regulatory concentration targets for the six relevant MSAT pollutants appropriate for use in the project development process. • Nonetheless, air toxics are being raised more frequently on transportation projects during the NEPA process. As the science emerges, we are increasingly expected by the public and other agencies to address MSAT impacts in our environmental documents. We have several research projects underway to try to more clearly define potential risks from MSAT emissions associated with transportation projects. However, while this research is ongoing, we are issuing this interim guidance on how MSATs should be addressed in NEPA documents for highway projects. The FHWA will continue to monitor the developing research in this emerging field. ANALYSIS OF MSATs IN NEPA DOCUMENTS Given the emerging state of the science and of project -level analysis techniques, there are no established criteria for determining when MSAT emissions should be considered a significant issue in the NEPA context. Therefore, a range of responses may be appropriate for addressing this issue in NEPA documentation. The response may involve quantitative analysis of emissions to compare or differentiate among proposed project alternatives, qualitative analysis to explore the general nature of the project and inform interested parties, or no analysis depending on the circumstances as set out in this interim guidance. For projects warranting MSAT analysis, the six priority MSATs should be analyzed. The FHWA has developed a tiered approach for analyzing MSATs in NEPA documents. Depending on the specific project circumstances, FHWA has identified three levels of analysis: • No analysis for projects with no potential for meaningful MSAT effects; • Qualitative analysis for projects with low potential MSAT effects; or • Quantitative analysis to differentiate altematives for projects with higher potential MSAT effects. (1) Exempt Projects or Projects with No Meaningful Potential MSAT Effects. The types of projects included in this category are: • • Projects qualifying as a categorical exclusion under 23 CFR 771.117(c); • Projects exempt under the Clean Air Act conformity rule under 40 CFR 93.126; or • Other projects with no meaningful impacts on traffic volumes or vehicle mix For projects that are categorically excluded under 23 CFR 771.117(c), or are exempt under the Clean Air Act pursuant to 40 CFR 93.126, no analysis or discussion of MSATs is necessary. Documentation sufficient to demonstrate that the project qualifies as a categorical exclusion and/or exempt project will suffice. For other projects with no or negligible traffic impacts, regardless of the class of NEPA environmental document, no MSAT analysis is required". However, the project record should document the basis for the determination of "no meaningful potential impacts" with a brief description of the factors considered. Prototype language that could be included in the record is attached as Appendix A. (2) Projects with Low Potential MSAT Effects. The types of projects included in this category are those that serve to improve operations of highway, transit or freight without adding substantial new capacity or without creating a facility that is likely to meaningfully increase emissions. This category covers a broad range of projects. We anticipate that most highway projects will fall into this category. Any projects not meeting the threshold criteria for higher potential effects set forth in subsection (3) below and not meeting the criteria in subsection (1) should be included in this category. Examples of these types of projects are minor widening projects and new interchanges, such as those that replace a signalized intersection on a surface street or where design year traffic is not projected to meet the 140,000 to 150,000 AADT criterion-Z. For these projects, a qualitative assessment of emissions projections should be conducted. This qualitative assessment would compare, in narrative form, the expected effect of the project on traffic volumes, vehicle mix, or routing of traffic, and the associated changes in MSATs for the project alternatives, based on VMT, vehicle mix, and speed. It would also discuss national trend data projecting substantial overall reductions in emissions due to stricter engine and fuel regulations issued by EPA. Because the emission effects of these projects are low, we expect there would be no appreciable difference in overall MSAT emissions among the various alternatives. In addition, quantitative emissions analysis of these types of projects will. �ot yield credible results that are useful to project -level decision -making due to the limited capabilities of the transportation' and emissions forecasting tools. Appendix B includes prototype language for a qualitative assessment, with specific examples for four types of projects: (a).a minor widening project; (b) an interchange with a new connector road; (c) an interchange•without a new connector road; and (d) minor improvements or expansions to intermodal centers or other projects that affect truck traffic. In addition to the qualitative assessment, a NEPA document for this category of projects must include a discussion of information that is incomplete or unavailable for a project specific assessment of MSAT impacts, in compliance with CEQ regulations (40 CFR 1502.22(b)) regarding incomplete or unavailable information. This discussion would explain how air toxics analysis is an emerging field and current scientific techniques, tools, and data are not sufficient to accurately estimate human health impacts that would result from a transportation project in a way that would be useful to decision -makers. Also in compliance with 40 CFR 150.22(b), it should contain a summary of current studies regarding the health impacts of MSATs. Prototype language for this discussion is contained in Appendix C. (3) Projects with Higher Potential MSAT Effects This category includes projects that have the potential for meaningful differences among project alternatives. We expect only a limited number of projects to meet this two -pronged test. To fall into this category, projects must: • Create or significantly alter a major intermodal freight facility that has the potential to concentrate high levels of diesel particulate matter in a single location; or • Create new or add significant capacity to urban highways such as interstates, urban arterials, or urban collector - distributor routes with traffic volumes where the AADT is projected to be in the range of 140,000 to 150,0001, or greater, by the design year; lind also • be proposed to be located in proximity to populated areas or in rural areas, in proximity to concentrations of vulnerable populations (i.e., schools, nursing homes, hospitals). Projects falling within this category should be more rigorously assessed for impacts. If a project falls within this category, you should contact Michael Koontz or Pamela Stephenson in the Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty in FHWA for assistance in developing a specific approach for assessing impacts. This approach would include a quantitative analysis that would attempt to measure the level of emissions for the six priority MSATs for each alternative, to use as a basis of comparison. This analysis also may address the potential for cumulative impacts, where appropriate, based on local conditions. How and when cumulative impacts should be considered would be addressed as part of the assistance outlined' above. The NEPA document for this project would also include relevant prototype language on unavailable information included in Appendix C. If the analysis for a project in this category indicates meaningful differences in levels of MSAT emissions, mitigation options should identified and considered. See Appendix E for information on mitigation strategies. You should also consult with the Office of Planning, Environment and Realty if you have a project that does not fall within any of the types of projects listed above, but you think has the potential to substantially increase future MSAT emissions. Although not required, projects with high potential for litigation on air toxics issues may also benefit from a more rigorous quantitative analysis to enhance their defensibility in court. CONCLUSION The guidance presented in this memorandum is interim. The guidance will be revised when FHWA completes studies , underway to develop and evaluate better analytical tools for MSAT analysis and to better assess the health impacts of MSATs. The FHWA will continue to revise and update this guidance as the science on air toxic analysis continues to evolve. Additional background information on MSATs is attached to this memorandum as Appendix D. The FHWA recognizes that some projects already are moving through the environmental analysis process and that immediate application of this interim guidance would be impractical. All future approvals of projects in "Category 1" (no meaningful MSAT effects) should include the information in Appendix A, commencing as soon as practicable after the date of this guidance. For projects already underway that would require qualitative or quantitative analysis of MSAT emissions (categories 2 and 3), the FHWA Division Offices should work to incorporate theappropriate analysis into the NEPA document if practicable, given the amount of resources already invested, the need for the project, and the stage of completion of the document. We expect that this guidance can be incorporated into any NEPA documents for which the completion of the DEIS, FEIS, or EA is more than 6 months from the date of this guidance. We recognize that in some case. this may not be possible for a variety of reasons (e.g., lack of necessary traffic data or emissions modeling expertise) and will rely on the judgment of the individual division offices to determine whether this guideline is reasonable for any given project. The FHWA Headquarters and Resource Center staff is available to provide guidance and technical assistance during this phase -in period to support any necessary analysis and limit project delays. Attachment 1 Attachment 2 Attachment 3 Attachment 4 Attachment 5 1 The types of projects categorically excluded under 23 CFR 771.117(d) or exempt from conformity under 40 CFR 93.127 do not warrant an automatic exemption from an MSAT analysis, but they usually will have no meaningful impact. 2 This guidance does not specifically address the analysis of construction -related emissions because of their relatively short duration. We will be considering whether more guidance is needed on construction activities in future versions of this guidance. We have also included a discussion of mitigation strategies for construction related activities in Appendix E. a Using EPA's MOBILE6.2 emissions model, FHWA technical staff determined that this range of AADT would be roughly equivalent to the CAA definition of a major HAP source, i.e. 25 tons per year (tpy) for all HAPs or 10 tpy for any single HAP. Significant variations in conditions such as congestion or vehicle mix could warrant a different range for AADT; if this range does not seem appropriate for your project please consult with the contacts from the Office of Planning, Environment and Realty identified in this memorandum. 0 FH1NA FHWA Home I HEP Home I Feedback United States Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: September 18, 2006 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Staff Analyst THROUGH: j Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: PM 2.5 Update and Workshop Announcement STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to: Notify TAC members of an upcoming PM 2.5 Workshop planned for October 17, 2006 at Caltrans District 8. i BACKGROUND INFORMATION: i Since enacted in April 2006, the PM 2.5 requirement for South Coast Air Basin (SCAB) projects continues its evolution towards the goal of a refined and clear process. The "catch-up" quantitative conformity review process utilizing the monthly SCAG Transportation Conformity Working Group (TCWG) to determine if a project is or is not a project of air quality concern (POAQC) has improved and has been refined. Due to the numerous questions and issues being raised at all levels, Caltrans District 8 offered to host a PM 2.5 workshop to provide an overview of the PM 2.5 rule and developing process. What began as a workshop limited to District 8 now has expanded to !be a workshop for the entire SCAG region. Representatives from FHWA and EPA will be present along with possible additional representatives attending from the California Air Resources Board and South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD). Two workshops, one in the morning and an afternoon session, will be held on October 17, 2006 at District 8. The workshop will be held at 655 West 2"d St, San Bernardino CA 92410, second floor (old Mervyns building). Both workshops will be the same. A person can attend either the morning or afternoon session. The workshop is intended to provide an overview of the PM 2.5 rule, impacts upon projects in NEPA, and the process to complete a conformity determination for a finding of a non-POAQC. However, a limitation on agency attendance may be set to one person per agency due to the large numbers of people expected to attend. Once the workshop flyer is available, RCTC will send it out to TAC members. AGENDA ITEM 9 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9. • AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. • "' • • ~ITIAL CITY TAC MEMBER BANNING 99 E. Ramsey St., DUANE BURK Banning 92220-0998 Director of Public Works BEAUMONT -,:;50 E. 6th St., JOHN WILDER 0 (' [/C? Beaumont 92223 Assistant Director of Public Works BLYTHE ~ 440 S. Main St., JIM RODKEY Blythe 92225 Public Works Director CVAG 73-710 Fred Waring Dr., Suite 200, Palm Desert 92260 ALLYN WAGGLE CALIMESA P. 0. Box 1190, Calimesa 92320 CAL TRANS 464 W. 4th St., 6th Fl., San Bernardino 92401-1400 SEAN YEUNG CANYON LAKE 31516 Railroad Canyon Rd., HABIB MOTLAGH Canyon Lake 92587 Contract City Engineer ~ CATHEDRAL CITY 68-700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City 92234 BILL BAYNE COACHELLA 1515 West Sixth Street, Coachella 92236 BILL GALLEGOS ~7 CORONA AMADQATTAN 400 South Vicentia Ave. Public Works Director Corona 92882 Public Works Department DESERT HOT !~ ~PRINGS -65-950 DAN PATNEAUDE .P~ \iC...W1 Pierson Blvd., Desert · ,,. -· ~ : . ." - r -:P\r <..c:.. '"'1 -~ Hot Springs 92240 Engineering Department TECHNICAL AD'8RY COMMITTEE SEPTEMB~18, 2006 TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL 951-922-3130 951-922-3141 dburk@ci.banning.ca.us 951-769-8520 951-769-8526 ulcjohn 1@aol.com . 760-922-6611 x227 760-922-0278 ( v--:),J..f~ jrodkey@cityofblythe.ca.gov ~ 'r--,_ ___ ~ 760-346-1127 760-340-5949 awaggle@cvag.org 909-795-9801 909-795-4399 909-383-4030 909-383-4129 sean_yeung@dot.ca.gov 951-943-6504 951-943-8416 trilake@adelphia.net 760-770-0360 760-202-1460 bbayne@cathedralcity.gov 760-398-57 44 760-398-1630 bgallegos@coachella.org 951-736-2236 951-736-2496 amadq@ci.corona.ca.us •<kS ,Y"' 760-329-6411 X243 760-288-0651 dpatneaude@ci.desert-hot-springs.ca.us • ALTERNATE AL TERNA TE E-MAIL Kahana Oei citybanning@hotmail.com Chad Aaby Acting City Engineer caaby@cityofblythe.ca.gov Carol Clapper cclapper@cvag.org Bill Mosby william_a_mosby@dot.ca.gov Eric Skaugset, Assistant Engineer eskaugset@sanjacintoca.us Leslie Grosjean lgrosjean@cathedralcity.gov Tony Lucero Senior Civil Engineer Department of Public Works tlucero@coachella.org Ned Ibrahim Assistant Public Works Director ned.ibrahim@ci.corona.ca.us Ryan Duarte Associate Engineer 9/5/2006 • CITY TAC MEMBER HEMET ~ 510 E. Florida Avenue Hemet 92543 MIKE GOW INDIAN WELLS hJ 44-950 Eldorado Dr., TIM WASSIL Indian Wells Public Works Director/City Engineer 92210-7497 Public Works Department Ho~ I INDIO 100 Civic Center Mall, Indio 92202 AMIR MODARRESSI ~ LA QUINTA P.0.Box 1504, 78-495 Calle Tampico, TIMOTHY JONASSON La Quinta 92253 Public Works Director/City Engineer LAKE ELSINORE KEN SEUMALO K~5 130 South Main St., City Engineer ~ Lake Elsinore 92530 Community Development Department MORENO VALLEY P.O.Box 88005, Moreno Valley CHRIS VOGT 92552-0805 Public Works Director/City Engineer MURRIETA 26442 Beckman Court, JIM KINLEY Murrieta 92562 Director of Public Works/City Engineer NORCO #{ 2870 Clark Ave., P.O.Box 428, BILL THOMPSON . Norco 92860-0428 Director of Public Works Iii PALM DESERT 73-510 Fred Waring Dr., Palm Desert 92260-MARK GREENWOOD 2578 Director of Public works ;# PALM SPRINGS 3200 Tahquitz Canyon DAVE BARAKIAN Way, Director of Public Works/ Palm Springs 92262 City Engineer PVVTA 125 West Murphy St., LES NELSON Blythe 92225 City Manager TECHNICAL AD~RY COMMITTEE SEPTEMBllf' 18, 2006 TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL 951-765-3712 951-765-2493 mgow@cityofhemet.org 760-776-0237 760-346-0407 twassil@cityofindianwells.org 760-342-6530 760-342-6556 amir@indio.org 760-777-7042 760-777-7155 tjonasson@la-quinta.org 9,.-fr-,.t-lflf 951-674-3124 x244 kseumalo@lake-elsinore.org 951-413-3105 951-413-3170 chrisv@moval.org 951-461-6077 951-698-4509 jkinley@murrieta.org 951-270-5607 951-270-5622 bthompson@ci.norco.ca.us 760-776-6450 760-341-7098 mgreenwood@ci.palm-desert.ca.us 760-323-8253 760-322-8325 Dave.Barakian@palmsprings-ca.gov 760-922-6161 760-922-4938 lnelson@cityofblythe.ca.gov • ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL Linda Nixon Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II bbaker@cityofindianwells.org Jim Smith jsmith@indio.org Nick Nickerson nnickerson@naiconsulting.com Ed Basubas Senior Civil Engineer ebasubas@lake-elsinore.org c~I Craig Neustaedter craign@moval.org Russ Napier Capital Improvement Program Manager mapier@murrieta.org Lori Askew Associate Engineer Laskew@ci.norco.ca.us Alana Townsend atownsend@ci.palm-desert.ca.us Marcus Fuller 9/5/2006 " • CITY TAC MEMBER PERRIS 101 North 'D' St., AHMAD ANSARI Perris 92570 Public Works Director ~ RTA 1825 Third St., MARK STANLEY Riverside 92517-1968 Director of Planning RANCHO MIRAGE \/'. 69-825 Highway 111, BRUCE HARRY Rancho Mirage 92270 Director of Public Works . RIVERSIDE TOM BOYD -w 3900 Main St., Deputy Public Works Director/ Riverside 92522 City Engineer ~RIVERSIDE COUNTY GEORGE JOHNSON .(Jt:<71 Director of Transportation 4080 Lemon St., Transportation and Land Management /-Riverside 92501 Agency I JUAN PEREZ \/ RIVERSIDE COUNTY Deputy Director of Transportation 4080 Lemon St., Transportation and Land Management Riverside 92501 Agency SAN JACINTO 201 E. Main St., HABIB MOTLAGH San Jacinto 92583 Contract City Engineer SUN LINE 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail, Thousand Palms EUNICELOVI 92276 Director of Planning ,1, TEMECULA BILL HUGHES 43200 Business Park Director of Public Works/City Engineer Dr., Temecula 92590 Public Works Department IWRCOG 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside 92501 RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER :t-~· M Unt'cl jal EJ, ReP..tJufc:e.~).f.!.!:_d ALa.rnolAodi ;) o 7 o1 G,ol'lf fh? tprii1J5 Dn i/c__j D/o..mni.d Bo.r CA q1781 ~ /?ere h~,i(k'1Al ~ #Al (3,~._/"f; f I ~~ -TECHNICAL AD~RY COMMITTEE SEPTEMBl'lf 18, 2006 TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL 951-943-6100x237 951-943-8591 aansari@cityofperris.org 951-565-5130 951-565-5131 mstanley@riversidetransit.com 760-770-3224 760-770-3261 bruceh@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us 951-826-5575 951-826-5542 TBoyd@riversideca.gov 951-955-6740 951-955-3198 GJohnson@rctlma.org 951-955-6740 951-955-3198 jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us 951-943-6504 951-943-8416 trilake@adelphia.net 760-343-3456 X119 760-343-3845 elovi@sunline.org 951-694-6411 951-694-6475 bill.hughes@cityoftemecula.org 951-955-8304 951-787-7991 berger@wrcog.cog.ca.us ALTERNATE Habib Motlagh Contract City Engineer Mike McCoy Senior Planner Planning Department Randy Viegas Project Manager Siobhan Foster Juan Perez Deputy Director of Transportation George Johnson Director of Transportation Eric Skaugset, Assistant Engineer Ron Parks Deputy Public Works Director (qoq) 'qDq) Fred AL41ll_ MEK @Ya.~1JO· ~;_teve-RoJer> 5~'5-'lt{g~ 5q5_ 3760 .9S./#r-~/ 7~·3"'....:. Jt/f a..s''' e./ .. ~ " .. , co1110 /f,..,,.e .... 'l ~-S • ALTERNATE E-MAIL trilake@adelphia.net mmccoy@riversidetransit.com randyv@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us sfoster@riversideca.gov jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us GJohnson@rctlma.org eskaugset@sanjacintoca.us 9/5/2006 -----