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03 March 19, 2007 Technical Advisory Committee• • TIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 A.M. March 19, 2007 79731 Records Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3' 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 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 Steven Mendoza, City of Desert Hot Springs Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, (Perris) and San Jacinto Les Nelson, PVVTA Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad Qattan, City of Corona Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Anne Schneider, City of Calimesa 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 TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. TIME:. 10.00 A.M. DATE: March 19, 2007 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside .County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room a, 3rd 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. TAC MEMBERSHIP. (Attachment) 6. ACE GRADE SEPARATION FUNDING RECOMMENDATION (Attachment) 7. CMIA PROGRAM (Verbal Presentation) 8.. 2006 STIP AUGMENTATION (Attachment) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 19, 2007 Page 2 9. STIP TE PROGRAMMING (Attachment) 10. 2006 RTIP UPDATE (Attachment) 11. 2008 RTP UPDATE (Attachment) 12. FY .06/07 DELIVERY PLAN (Attachment) 13 LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT (Verbal Presentation) 14. COMMISSION CONNECTION/COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS (Verbal Presentation) 15. OTHER BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS 16. ADJOURNMENT (The next meeting will be April 16, 2007, 1'0:00 A.M. in Banning.) • MINUTES • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, February 5, 2007 1. Call to Order Tom Boyd, Chair, called the meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to order at . 1 0:00 A.M. at Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 : Lemon .Street, Riverside, CA. 2. Self -Introductions Members Present: Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Ed Basubas, City of Lake Elsinore Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Mike Gow, City of Hemet Brian Guillot, City of Banning Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Bill Hughes, City of Temecula George Johnson, County of Riverside Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Eunice Lovi, SunLine Transit Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Habib Motlagh, Cities of Perris, San Jacinto, Canyon Lake Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad Qattan, City of Corona Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley Others Present: Marlin Feenstra,''RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Aaron Hake, RCTC Eric Haley, RCTC Chris lbginedion, Caltrans District 8 Ken Lobeck, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Roger Cunliffe-Owen, City of Murrieta Paul , Rodriguez, Urban Crossroads Technical Advisory Committee Meeting February 5, 2007 Page 2 3. ELECTION OF OFFICERS Shirley Medina indicated that the election of officers is for a two-year term. The current. chair, Tom Boyd, City of Riverside, and the current Vice Chair, Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs, were approved to complete their two-1 year terms. Approval of Minutes Minutes approved as submitted. Public Comments There were no public comrnents. 6. CEAC STATEWIDE . LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS NEEDS ASSESSMENT STUDY George Johnson, County of Riverside, announced that the County Engineers Association of California (CEAC) and the League of Cities have been working collaboratively to develop a statewide local needs assessment. The effort is: to develop a uniform set of data that can be shared with :Ca!trans and the California Transportation Commission (CTC)to 'argue for more funding for local streets and roads. Ideally, a local "SHOPP" is desired, but a needs assessment is required first. An RFP has been developed to move forward with the needs assessment. At last week's CTC :meeting, CEAC and the League made a presentation and the CTC was receptive` to supporting the effort. An RFP is being ;developed by representatives from Contra -Costa County, San Mateo and Buena Park. The cost: of the . work is estimated at , $ 500,000 and Mr. Johnson requested pledges .to. meet that need. He said Los Angeles County has: kicked off the effort with a pledge of $250,000. Mr. Johnson_ indicated that the County of. Riverside would pay $50 000 and asked that the remaining cities contribute $1,000 .each to support the effort. • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting February 5, 2007 Page 3 7. LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: STATUS OF FY 07 FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL Aaron Hake, RCTC, explained that the House of Representatives passed a continuing resolution that restored SAFETEA-LU funding at 2007 levels. However, the continuing resolution ends the possibility that Congress will pass a FY 07 federal appropriations bill. Congress has agreed not to insert any new earmarks for FY 2007. Any new . project earmarks identified in earlier draft FY 07 appropriation bills are expected to be eliminated when the continuing resolution is passed for the remainder of the federal fiscal year. The focus should now be on the 2008 appropriations process. A question was raised about the status of the CMIA Local Streets and Road funding segment from the recently passed bond. Aaron indicated :that his understanding is that, this portion is a primary area to be funded first. However, the ::actual status of when cities would begin to receive their allocations is still unclear. 8. CMIA AND 2007 STIP AUGMENTATION UPDATE Shirley Medina, RCTC, said that the CMIA project nominations were submitted to the California Transportation Commission on January 16, 2007. At the RTPA and CTC meeting lastweek, there were no comments made as far as CTC staff impressionson the submittals or any of the nominations. There is $4.5 billion scheduled to be approved.:: The CTC can approve some of the funding and program the remainder next year. The projects that were co -nominated with Ca(trans District 8 were the 9.1 HOV/Aux .lane project, the - 71 /91 connector, and the 1-215 third mixed flow lane. from the 115/1215 Jct. to Scott Road. The :91 eastbound auxiliary lane from the 241to the 71 was also co -nominated with District 12, District 8, RCTC and OCTA. The CTC will evaluate the merit of each project and funding will. be determined on a discretionary basis. Ms. Medina stated that staff recommendations should be distributed about February 16th. A workshop is scheduled for.., February 20th in Sacramento at which RTPAs will meet prior to the afternoon meeting that willbe open to elected officials. The approval of the CMIA program . is scheduled on February 28 in Irvine. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting February 5, 2007 Page 4 Ms. Medina indicated that for the 2006 STIP augmentation, the submittals are due the first week of April with approval expected during the first week of June. The bond included a $2 billion STIP that will be available for programming. Staff: and CVAG are ` reviewing existing STIP funded projects that have experienced cost increases. In addition, staff ` will review measure projects for programming of STIP funds. 9. 2008 RTP UPDATE: DRAFT MAINLINE PROJECT LIST Ken: Lobeck, RCTC, provided TAC members with a draft ` copy of the 2008 RTP Mainline (state highways) section project list that has been sent on to SCAG. ,He stated that the updated list consolidates the various submissions from local agencies, Caitrans and RCTC on the mainline. The mainline list includes all regionally :significant projects needed to be in the RTP including. interchanges,corridor improvements, HOV lanes, mixed flow"' lanes, etc. Although the updated list eliminates numerous project duplications, it is not complete.. TAC members were requested to review the Fist and contact RCTC as soon as possible if discrepancies are noted. 10. 2006 RTIP UPDATE: Ken Lobeck updated TAC members on the status of the first regular quarterly amendment to the 2006 RTIP. He stated', that -this first amendment was split into five different amendments. There were : two 'special SHOPP amendments and a special amendment for Ventura County as well. The regular administrative amendment (Amendment 03) has . been sent on ` to Ca[trans HQ for ' review and approval. The regular, formal amendment (Amendment 04) has completed its required thirty -day: publicreview and is ready to send on to Caltrans HQ to initiate the final review and ,approval process. The estimated approval date from FHVVA for Amendment 04 is not expected to occur until mid to late Match 2007: Mr. Lobeck' also notified the TAC that the secOnd ; regl(lar quarterly . amendment. it now underway. If a RTIP project: requires an amendment, the marked -up : TIP sheet ' is` due to RCTC no later that February ' 1 5''. Submission' of the amendment, to SCAG"-will occur by March' 2".d. • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting February 5, 2007 Page 5 Mr-. Lobed( also stated that FHWA has clarified programming and obligation guidance concerning two areas. The first involves CMAQ funded projects. All future project obligations that include CMAQ funds will require the 'emissions reduction quantification report as part of the Request for Authorization (obligation) package. A second area at the time of obligation involves a confirmation that the RTIP project is part of the RTP. SCAG staff is modifying their website to include an . RTP identification number to help satisfy FHWA's requirement. 11. LOCAL ASSISTANCEREPORT Chris Igbinedion, Ca!trans District 8, discussed the current inactive .obligation project list and advised TAC members that Local Assistance is :' continuing theirreview of the identified projects. He stated -that Local Assistance receives an updated inactive project list on a quarterly basis, which generates the ongoing. reviews and follow-on questions to the lead agencies. Shirley Medina indicated that someprojects are completed, but the final closeout has not occurred. Although cities indicate that they have been . reimbursed for projects, they have not sent the paperwork to close out the projects resulting .in the project continuing to be listed on the inactive list. She reminded TAC members to contact their finance department or follow-up on the project ..closeout status to ensure the final reimbursement and closeout has occurred. Mr. lgbinedion also stated that District.8 sent out an email announcement for the . Public Lands Highways Discretionary (PLHD), Interstate Maintenance Discretionary (IMD), Ferry Boat Discretionary (FBD), and the. Transportation and Community and System Preservation (TCSP) program call for projects. The email was sent out on January 26t''. The completed applications are due back to District 8 by March 9, 2007. Questions were raised about the status of the DBE -program and if any issues existed for the local agencies. Because of the complexity of the DBE program, Ca!trans offered to provide a more detailed overview of the DBE program at a future TAC meeting Technical Advisory Committee Meeting February 5, 2007 Page 6 12. FEBRUARY :2007 PROJECT MILESTONE REPORTS UPDATE REQUEST Ken Lobeck notified TAC members of the upcoming project milestone report update to occur during February. The milestone reports will be used to update the FY 06/07- obligation plan. Updated reports will be needed for CMAQ, STPL, DEMO/earmarks, and TE fund projects. The milestone reports will be sent out by mid February. Shirley Medina said that milestone reports are due back to RCTC within a week of the time received. She also reminded TAC members that if obligation requests are planned to occur for the remainder of FY 06/07, the completed Request for Authorization (RFA) _ package would need to be submitted to Caltrans . no later than July 1 ". Depending upon the number_ of projects, Local Assistance may move up the date to June 1st. The past . August 1' deadline no longer provides Local Assistance sufficient time to complete their review and send the request. onto Caltrans HQ for .approval. Because ` FHWA is reviewing 100% of the RFA's, the time to obligate funds can take up to 90 days for the approval to occur. 13. HBRR UPDATED PROJECT LISTS Mr. Lobeck referred to his January 30, 2007 a-rnail regarding HBRR ,`updated project lists and indicated that he will make RTI`P project adjustments accordingly through the second quarterly amendment now in development. If any agency has specific funding issues in the out -years (FY 09/10 or later), they will need to contact Local Assistance to resolve the lssue. The 1 /4/07 HBRR Update contains numerous changes especially to the lump sum. projects: 14.: COMMISSION CONNECTION/COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS The January 22, 2007 Commission Connection was provided to TAC members.:;, Shirley Medina highlighted the Highgrove > Metrolink station item that evoked a lot of discussion at the meeting. The Highgrove community and the city of Grand. Terrace are advocating for a . Metrolink station in the Highgrove area. Commissioners reviewed the staff report, evaluated the: ridership numbers, and the estimated funding cost. As a' result, the Commissioners did not support the need for a new Metrolink station in Highgrove at this time and re -expressed their commitment to move forward with the Perris Valley Line. • • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting February 5, 2007 Page 7 15. OTHER BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS Eric Haley, RCTC Executive Director, provided a short summary on the western county TUMF collections. He stated that as of January 31, 2007, for the first seven months of 2006/07 the net revenues for TUMF were $12,642,000. The total TUMF collected last year was $182,567,000. The current $12 million in revenues reflects a dramatic decrease for FY 06/07. This year's annual total may only be in the $21 million neighborhood. The abbreviated first year revenues were about $74 million with the FY 04/05 revenues jumping to $1 10 million peaking with last year's $182 million. The current trend reflects an 88% drop in revenues. There will be policy ramifications that the RCTC Board will have to address if the revenue decrease remains constant. 16. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:20 A.M. The next meeting is scheduled for March 19, 2007, 10:00 A.M., Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. Respectfully submitted, Shirley Medi Program Manager 772e • AGENDA ITEM 5 • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: March 19, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: TAC Membership STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to request that the TAC review the TAC member roster and provide updates or corrections as necessary. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Included with the agenda item is the current TAC member roster. TAC members are asked to review the list and provide updates to the primary and alternate to ensure a current roster of TAC members. It should be updated when changes occur since the list provides RCTC a single point of contact for RTIP, RTP, project monitoring, etc. when. questions arise. The primary and alternate TAC members are the authorized voting members of the TAC and count for the quorum. Additional agency staff is always welcome and encouraged to attend the TAC meetings, but only the appointed primary or alternate TAC member is authorized to cast a vote on any required voting item. Attachment: TAC Member Roster CITY TAC MEMBER TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL BANNING 99 E. Ramsey St., Banning 92220-0998 DUANE BURK Director of Public Works 951-922-3130 951-922-3141 dburk@ci.banning.ca.us Kahono Oei citybanning@hotmail.com BEAUMONT 550 E. 6th St., Beaumont 92223 JOHN WILDER Assistant Director of Public Works 951-769-8520 951.-769-8526 ulcjohn1@aol.com BLYTHE 440 S. Main St., . Blythe 92225 JIM RODKEY Public Works Director - . 760-922-6611 x227 760-922-0278 jrodkey@cityofblythe.ca.gov Chad Aaby Acting City Engineer caaby@cityofblythe.ca.gov CVAG 73-710 Fred Waring Dr.; Suite 200, Palm Desert 92260 ALLYN WAGGLE - 760-346-1127 760-340-5949 awaggle@cvag.org Carol Clapper cclapper@cvag.org CALIMESA P. O. Box 1190, Caiimesa 92320 ANNE SCHNEIDER 909-795-9801 909-795-4399 aschneider@cityofcalimesa.net CALTRANS 464 W. 4th St., 6th FI., San Bemardino 92401-1400 -- SEAN YEUNG 909-383.4030 909-383-4129 sean_yeung@dot.ca.gov Bill Mosby william_a_mosby@dot.ca.gov CANYON.LAKE 31516 Railroad Canyon Rd., Canyon lake 92587 HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer 951-943-6504 951-943-8416 trilake@adelphia.net Eric Skaugset, . Assistant Engineer eskaugset@sanjacintoca.us CATHEDRAL CITY 68-700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City 92234 BILL BAYNE 760-770-0360 760-202-1460 bbayne@cathedralcity.gov Pavel Horn phom@cathedralcity.gov COACHELLA 1515. West Sixth Street, Coachella 92236 BILL GALLEGOS 760-398-5744 760-398-1630 bgallegos@coachella.org Jerry Santillan jsantillan@coachella.org CORONA 400 South Vicentia Ave, Corona.92882 AMAD QATTAN Public Works Director Public Works Department 951-736-2236 951-736-2496 amadq@ci.corona.ca.us . Ned Ibrahim Assistant Public Works Director ned.ibrahim@ci.corona.ca.us DESERT HOT SPRINGS - 65-950 Pierson Blvd., Desert Hot Springs 92240 STEVEN MENDOZA Community Development Director 760-329-6411 X100 760-288-0651 smendoza@cityofdhs.org Ryan Duarte Associate Engineer 3/ 12/2007 CITY TAC MEMBER TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL HEMET 510 E. Florida Avenue -. Hemet 92543 MIKE GOW 951=765-3712 951-765-2493 mgow@cityofhemet.org Patricia Castillo pcastillo@cityofhemet.org INDIAN WELLS 44-950.EIdorado Dr., Indian Wells 92210-7497 TIM WASSIL Public Works Director/City Engineer Public Works Department 760-776-0237 760-346-0407 twassil@cityofindianwells.org Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II bbaker@cityofindianwells,org INDIO 100 Civic Center Mall, Indio 92202 . AMIR-MODARRESSI 760-342-6530 760-342-6556 amir@indio.org Jim Smith jsmith@indio.org LA QUINTA: P,O.Box 1504 78-495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta 92253 TIMOTHY JONASSON Public Works Director/City Engineer 760-777-7042 760-777-7155 tjonasson@la-quinta.org Nick Nickerson nnickerson@naiconsulting.com LAKE ELSINORE 130 South Main St., Lake Elsinore 92530 KEN SEUMALO City Engineer Community Development Department 951-674-3124 x244 951-471-1418 kseumalo@lake-elsinore.org Ed Basubas City Traffic Engineer ebasubas@lake-elsinore.org MORENOVALLEY P.O. Box 88005, Moreno Valley 92552-0805 . CHRIS VOGT Public Works Director/City Engineer 951-413.3105 951-413-3170 chrisv@moval.org Craig Neustaedter craign@moval.org MURRIETA 26442 Beckman Court, Murrieta 92562 JIM KINLEY Director of Public Works/City Engineer 951-461-6077 951-698.4509 jkinley@murrieta.org _ Russ Napier Capital Improvement Program Manager mapier@murrieta.org NORCO 2870 Clark Ave., P.Q.Box428, ,; _ Norco 92860-0428 BILL THOMPSON - Director of Public Works 951-270-5607 951-270-5622 bthompson@ci.norco.ca.us Lori Askew Associate Engineer Laskew@ci.norco.ca,us PALM DESERT _ 73-510 Fred Waring Dr.; Palm Desert 92260- 2578: _ : MARKGREENWOOD' Director of Public works 760-776-6450 760-341-7098 - mgreenwood@ci.palm-desert.ca.us -Alana Townsend - atownsend@ci.palm-desert.ca,us PALM SPRINGS 3200. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs 92262 DAVE BARAKIAN Director of Public Works/ City Engineer 760-323-8253 x8732 ' y 760-322-8325 Dave:Barakian@palmsprings-ca.gov Marcus Fuller PWTA 125 West Murphy St., Blythe. 92225 LES NELSON City Manager 760-922-6161: , 760-922-4938 Inelson@cityofbiythe.ca.gov • • • CITY TAC MEMBER TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL PERRIS 101North 'Cr St., Perris 92570 AHMADANSARI Public Works Director 951.943-6100x237 951.943-8591 aansari@cityofperris.org HabibMotlagh City Engineer trilake@adelphia.net RTA 1825 Third St., Riverside 92517-1968 MARK STANLEY Director of Planning 951-565-513o 951-565-5131 mstanley@riversidetransit.com Mike McCoy Senior Planner Planning Department mmccoy@riversidetransit.com RANCHO MIRAGE 69-825 Highway 111, Rancho Mirage 92270 BRUCE HARRY Director of Public Works 760-770.3224 760-n0.3261 bruceh@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us Randy Viegas Project Manager randyv@ci.rancho-mirage,ca.us RIVERSIDE 3900 Main St., Riverside 92522 TOM BOYD Deputy Public Works Director/ City Engineer 951.826-5575 951.826-5542 TBoyd@riversideca.gov Siobhan Foster sfoster@riversideca.gov RIVERSIDE COUNTY 4080 Lemon St., Riverside92501 GEORGEJOHNSON Director of Transportation Transportation and Land Management Agency 951-955.6740 951-955-3198 GJohnson@rctlma.org Juan Perez Deputy Director of Transportation jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us RIVERSIDE COUNTY 4080 Lemon St., Riverside92501 JUAN PEREZ Deputy Director of Transportation Transportation and land Management Agency 951.955.6740 951-955-3198 jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us George Johnson Director of Transportation GJohnson@rctlma.org SAN JACINTO 201 E. Main St., San Jacinto 92583 HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer 951.943.6504 951.943-8416 trilake@adelphia.net Eric Skaugset, Assistant Engineer eskaugset@sanjacintoca.us SUN LINE 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail, Thousand Palms 92276 EUNICE LOVI Director of Planning 760-343-3456X119 760-343-0576 elovi@sunline.org TEMECULA 43200 Business Park Dr., Temecula 92590 BILL HUGHES Director of Public Works Public Works Department 951.694-6411 951-694.6475 bill,hughes@city0ftemecula,org Dan York Deputy Public Works Director WRCOG 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside 92501 RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER 951.955-8304 951-787-7991 berger@wrcog.cog.ca.us 3/12/2007 AGENDA ITEM 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 19, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Stephanie Wiggins, Regional Programs Director THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: , ACE Grade Separation Funding Recommendation STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Committee to: 1) Receive and File the "Grade Separation Funding Strategy: { A: Blueprint for Advancing Projects Report; 2) Approve an. "off the top" allocation of 25 % of CMAQ and STP federal funds from .the next transportation bill (anticipated after.; 2009) for ACE grade separation projects, contingent upon a "use it or lose, it" provision; 3) Approve ACE grade separationprojects as eligible projects for Measure A (2009) Economic Development funds with an allocation of 25 %; and 4) Forward to the Ad Hoc Grade Separation Funding Strategy Committee and: the full Commission for finale consideration. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach serve as the nation'skey western portal and freight traffic is projected to triple over the next20 years Regional 'international trade has a significant effect on Riverside County because a large percentage of international trade travels through Riverside County on its way to the rest of .the country.'. As the conduit for this freight, Riverside 'County residents subsidize the nation's and California's economy with their health, their time, and their quality of life. ' The total tonnage of goods moving to, from, within and through Riverside County was 180 million tons in 2003. Of this total, 28% (50.million tons) is domestic trade -related. Most domestic trade is with the other counties in the SCAG region. 120 Almost all freight rail traffic in Riverside too County is from trains passing through v the county. In 2003, 3 million tons of w 80 rail freight moved to or from places in 0 so Riverside County. In contrast, 68 2 40 million tons of rail freight passed 1. 20 through the county. 0 Inbound Outbound County Passing Domestic Domestic Internal Through Today's freight .chokes ,local roads, inhibits emergency vehicles, and degrades air quality at 58 mainline at -grade crossings in Riverside County. Grade separations eliminate the, conflict between freight trains and Y .cars. If 18 of the 58 are . constructed bythe: cities and the County, the results .are striking:. ➢ 37 less hours of crossing gate "down -time" every day; ➢ 36 fewer accidentsper year .• 212 less tons of projected 2030 emissions per year 4,'375 fewer hours of vehicle delay annually. At its September 2006 meeting, the Commission received a presentation, on the "Grade Separation Funding Strategy: A Blueprint for Advancing Projects": Report. As a result of the presentation, the Commission appointed an Ad . Hoc Committee to develop formal fundingrecommendations to assist the cities and the County in advancing these projects. Currently, the Commission; ,has ,one :formal funding policy regarding grade separations. At the September 10, 2001 meeting,; the Commission approved a policy to support successful California Public Utilities ` Commission (CPUC) Section 190 Grade f Separation projects that are included in the RCTC: approved Alameda Corridor -East (ACE) Grade Crossing Priority : List by funding the 10% local share match requirement of the CPUC if funding sources are available. Today, 14 at -grade crossings,in :Riverside County potentially meet the requirement making them eligible for up to $7 million of RCTC funding if their grade separation projects are awarded ,by the CPUC. The "Blueprint Report" goes beyond the 2001 funding policy. It seeks to recognize the various federal, state, and local funding sources available for grade separation projects. Among these funding sources are those that RCTC has:; direct oversight: Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ), Surface Transportation .Prograrn (STP), and Measure •A Economic Development Funds. The staff 'recommendation seeks to expand the RCTC funding policy to earmark funds: to support grade separation projects in Riverside County. The . funding recommendation . is . as follows:. • • ➢ Earmark of 25% of CMAQ funds from the next transportation bill (anticipated after 2009), estimated at $30 million; ➢ Earmark of 25% of STP funds from the next transportation bill (anticipated after 2009), estimated at $30 million; ➢ Allow grade separation projects as eligible for Measure A Economic Development funds with an allocation of 25%, estimated at $10 million; and ➢ CMAQ and STP funds are subject to a "use it or lose it" provision in order to encourage advanced delivery of projects. The 'Blueprint" identifies 18 grade separation projects that total $561 million. Currently, $199 million of the $561 million is either planned or programmed. This results in a funding gap of $362 million. If approved, the funding policy provides for a minimum of $77 million (or 21 % of the needed funding) to support the efforts of the cities and the County in delivering grade separation projects. While this is a significant allocation for the Commission, the lead agencies (cities and County) have a more substantial role to play in closing the .funding gap. In recognition of this, the "Blueprint" also identifies local sources available for grade separations. For example, TUMF and Measure A Local Streets and Roads funding is eligible for grade separation projects, however, this decision remains with the cities and County. Next Steps While all of the funding recommendations contemplated in this agenda item are anticipated after 2009, the time to start educating our state and federal representatives in advance of the next transportation bill is now. Approval of the funding recommendations today serves as a clear demonstration to our congressional delegation of the high priority of the projects and provides the lead agencies (city and County) support in leveraging these funds in order to advance a substantial local commitment of funds. • • AGENDA ITEM 7 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 7. • AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRAIVSPORTA T/ON COMMISSION DATE: March 14, 2007 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Shirley Medina, Program Manager THROUGH: Eric Haley, Executive Committee SUBJECT: 2006 State Transportation Improvement Program Augmentation STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to: 1) Approve programming Western County formula projects and submit to the California Transportation Commission (CTC); and 2) Concur with Coachella Valley Association of Government's (CVAG) project submittal for Eastern County formula funds and submit to the CTC., BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Proposition 1 B approved by the voters in November 2006, established various funding programs including a $2 billion set aside for the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). This $2 billion STIP Augmentationis proposed to be appropriated by the legislature in FY 2007/08. Unlike normal STIP cycles that add funding capacity in the latter years, the $2 billion appropriation, in FY 2007/08 will provide the Commission an opportunity to address current cost increases and begin work on projects that could lead to earlier than anticipated construction start dates. The STIP Augmentation funding for Riverside County provides a highway target of $167,816,000. The Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA) program that was approved by the CTC at its February 28t`' meeting called for full funding of the SR-91 high occupancy vehicle (HOV) project. This action was significant in that it allows the Commission to move forward with programming projects included in the 10-Year Delivery Plan, and cover cost increases on currentSTIP projects in this 2006 STIP Augmentation cycle. If the Commission did not receive $15.8 million' of CMIA funding, it would not have the ability to recommend any of the projects listed in this staff report because all of the Western . County Formula STIP Augmentation funds would have been slated to fund the SR-91 HOV project. Agenda Item 8 At its April 2006 meeting, the Commission directed staff to review the formula distribution during the next STIP cycle. In 2002, the Commission reserved STIP funding in the . amount of $65,779,655 for Western County projects, and $8,300,000 for Eastern County .projects with the intention of programming these: funds in the next STIP cycle. However, the 2004 STIP cycle did not result in available capacity due to the state budget crisis. The 2006 STIP cycle resulted in . approximately $50 million capacity, which was primarily programmed to cover cost increases on current STIP projects. Therefore, the 2002 STIP reservation funding has been taken off -the -top and added to the Western County and Eastern County subregions for programming. Additionally at its April 2006 meeting, the Commission approved a fund trade between the city of "Blythe and the Commission to .trade. STIPPalo Verde Valley formula funds with Focal Measure A funds as a result of the CTC's low priority for programming STIP funds on the local arterials. The above actions are included in the funding distribution table below: 2006 STIP Intra-County Formula Formula Distribution PPV Trade Sub -Total 2002 Reserves Available for Programming Western County $ 68,133,762 $ 661,404 $ 68,795,166 $ 65,779655 $ 134,574,821 Eastern County $ 23,066,452 nia $ 23,066,452 $ 8,300,000 $: 31,366,452 Palo Verde Valley $ 661,404 $ (661,404) $ 0 $' 0 $ ,0_ Refer to Attachment 1 for additional details. Project Recommendations Project recommendations for Western County formula funds .are ;,:.included, below. CVAG is responsible for developing recommendations for EasternCountyprojects. This information will be provided to the Commission prior to the CTC's _April 2nd. submittal deadline. CVAG has indicated .that it willcontinue to support funding needs on the .1-:10 Ramon Road/Bob Hope Drive interchange project, which has experienced cost increases. Western County Highway Projects As indicated above, the amount for Western County formula funds for highway programming is $134,574,821. The following projects are being recommended for STIP funds: Agenda Item 8 • Project STIP Amount Comments -215 widening, 1-15 to Scott Road (PA&ED, PS&E, Construction) $ 23,751,000 Measure project ! Fully funds . CMIA project 1-215 widening, Scott Road to Nuevo Road (PA&ED, PS&E, R/W) $ 22,835,000 Measure project / Provides pre -construction funding 1-10 truck climbing .lane (PA&ED, PS&E, RNl) $ 7,750,000 Measure project / Provides pre -construction funding SR-71 /91 Interchange Connectors (PA&ED, PS&E) $'-11,885,000 Measure project . / Provides pre -construction funding I-15 French Valley Parkway Interchange $ 31,545,000 Current STIP project. /_ Completes construction funding SR-91 Nan Buren Boulevard Interchange *TBD Current STIP project ! Cost increase 1-15 California Oaks Road / Kalmia Street Interchange *TBD Current: STIP project / Cost increase 60/215 East Junction Connector $ 768,000 Measure project/STIP project / Cost increase * Currently reviewing funding amounts .with local agencies. Non -Highway Funding The 2006 STIP Augmentation also identifiesfunding for non -highway projects. These projects are funded from a separate . revenueaccount called the Public Transportation Account (PTA). The Riverside County share of PTA funds is $22978,000. The STIP Intra-county Formula for the PTA funding results in the. following distribution: STIP PTA: $22,978,000 Western County $17,042,783 Eastern County $> 5,769,776 Palo Verde Valley $ 165,441 Staff will discuss programming options with CVAG and Palo Verde Valley for these funds. Should CVAG and Palo Verde Valley require .more time to select viable projects, the Commission will .program the full PTA amount. on the Perris Valley. Line and make the appropriate adjustments to the formula for the 2008` STIP cycle. Next Steps Upon the Commissions` approval of the 2006 STIP Augmentation projects, staff will prepare the nomination sheets and support information for submittal by the April 2nd .deadline. Staff .will ,also continue working with local agencies and CVAG Agenda Item . 8 to coordinate STIP project submittals. The CTC will approve the 2006 STIP Augmentation at its June 7; 2007 meeting. :Any changes to the staff recommendations will be brought forward to the next ;"scheduled Commission meeting. The STIP fund trade with Palo Verde Valley/Blythe will be formalized through an agreement. STIP projects - must also be included in the Federal Transportation Improvement Plan (FTIP) and staff will coordinate this effort. Attachment: 2006 STIP lntra-County Formula • • • 2007 STIP Augmentation Intra-County Formula for New Program Capacity (2007 Formula Adjustment) Target Scenario (through 2010-2011) New capacity available for 2006 STIP programming STIP Unprogrammed County Share Balance 2002 STIP Reserves: Coachella Valley Westem County Total Reserves Unprogrammed County Share Balance 2% PPM Programming Formula Breakdown: Western County Coachella Valley Palo Ve Total Available for Highway Programming Formula Breakdown: Westem County Coachella Valley Palo Ve Total New Program Capacity $ 8,300,000 $ 65,779,655 $ 74,079,655 Formula Percent 74.17% $ 1,390,485 25.11% $ 470,744 0.72% $ 13,498 $ 1,874,727 Formula Formula Percent Distribution 74.17% $ 68,133,762 25.11% $ 23,066,452 0.72% $ 661,404 $ 91,861,618 PPV trade $ 661,404 $ (661,404) $ 167,816,000 $ 74,079,655 $ 93,736,345 $ 1,874,727 $ 91,861,618 Sub -total Formula Dist $ 68,795,166 $ 23,066,452 $ 91,861,618 $ 2002 STIP Reserve $ 65,779,655 $ 8,300,000 0 74,079,655 Total Available for Programming $ 134,574,821 $ 31,366,452 0 $ 165,941,273 • AGENDA ITEM 9 • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 19, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Transportation Enhancements (TE) Programming STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to request the TAC to review and update TE project schedules. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The attached table identifies the current 2006 STIP TE project programming. The 2006 STIP Augmentation does not add additional funding capacity for TE projects; however, regions are allowed to make adjustments to project schedules. The STIP programming guidelines do not allow agencies to reprogram funds to another fiscal year once the year has begun. In other words, beginning July 1, 2007, those projects in fiscal year 2007/08 cannot be moved to fiscal year 2008/09. Projects that are not ready for allocation in the year they are programmed will lapse and the funds will be available in the outer years of the next STIP cycle. Local agencies with TE projects are asked to review the attached table and indicate whether the project will proceed as scheduled or need to be moved to another fiscal year. Since all funds are programmed for construction, projects moving forward in fiscal year 2007/08 should have environmental clearance by June 30, 2007. Attachments: STIP TE Programming by Year • TE PROGRAMMING Agency Project TE Funds_ Local Match (000's) Total Project Cost Riverside Co Santa Ana River Bike Tr $ 1,416 $ 3,868 $ 5284 Perris Perris Gateway $ 425 $ 1,325. $ 1,750 Beaumont Historic San Timoteo Bike a& Ped $ 1,416 $ 1,187 $ 2,603 Corona Downtown Enh & Beautification $ 1,416 $ 5,484 $ 6,900 Moreno Valley Sunnymead Blvd Median Enh $ 1,416 $ 2,674 $ 4,090 Corona E Sixth Street $ 1,416 $ 1,584 $ 3,000 Palm Desert Monterey Av/I=10 on/off ramps $ 378 . $ _ 422 $ 800 Riverside ... Alessandro Median landscaping $ 944 $ 1,056 $ 2,000 Riverside SR60/Market IC landscaping $ 472 $ 528 $ 1,000 RTA Perris Multi -modal Transit Center $ 1,352 $ 3,914 $ 5,266 Temecula Winchester Rd/SR79 $ 1,133 $ 1,252 $ . ` 2,385 Palm Desert Monterey Av/Dinah Shore landsc. $ 56.7 $ . 633 $ 1,200 RCTC Greenway Corridor, Perris Val line $ 1,113 $ 1,245 $ 2,358 San Jacinto Francisco Estudillo Heritage Enh $ 472 $ 178 $ 650 La Quinta Jefferson. St Beautification $ 445 $ 199 $ 644 Cathedral City Cath Cyn Dr/Terrace Bike & Ped $ 445 $ 152 $ 597 Indio Hwy 11,1 Enhancements $ 1,416 $ 684 $ 2,100 Palm Springs Gene Autry Gateway landscap. $ 1,375 $ 845 $ 2,220 $ 17,617 $ 27,230 $ 44,847 Old TEA 21: Hemet Calimesa Norco Cath City Old TEA 21 Total: SAFETEA LU and Old TEA 21 Total: 2006 STIP TE Programming: TE STIP PROGRAMMING Start Eligibility App Date FY 06/07 FY 07/08 FY 08/09 FY 09/10 FY 10/11 1416 pending 425 Jun-07 pending 3/16/2006 1416 4/18/2006 1416 Jun-07 1 /24/2006 1416 4/18/2006 2/15/2006 944 1 /24/2006 472 Dec-06 1 /24/2006 1352 3/16/2006 1133 1 /24/2006 2/15/2006 1113 1 /24/2006 472 pending 445 Feb-07 1 /24/2006 445 1 /24/2006 1416 1 /24/2006 1375 1/24/2006 917 9019 3904_ 1416 0 SAFETEA TE Total 520 312 312 520 624 .0 0 0 1437 9643 3904 1416 0 1209 6378 4578 4106 2544 STIP TE Programming by Year 2006/07 Allocated - Lapse Riverside SR60/Market IC landscaping $ 472 Dec-06 La Quinta Jefferson St Beautification $ 445 Jun-07 Beaumont Historic San Timoteo Bike a& Ped $ 1,416 ✓. Total $ 2,333 BeauMont's project will not be allocated in FY 06/07 resulting in lapsed funds. Lapsed funds will return to the last year of the STIP cycle or when TE funding is available in future years. 2007/08 Ready for Construction Allocation in 07/08 What month/year? Not Ready for Construction Allocation Move to 08/09 Perris Perris Gateway $ 425 Moreno Valley Sunnymead Blvd Median Enh $ 1,416 Corona E Sixth Street $ 1,416 Riverside Alessandro Median landscaping $ 944 RTA Perris Multi. -modal Transit Center $ 1,352 Temecula Winchester Rd/SR79 $ 1,133 San Jacinto Francisco Estudillo Heritage Enh $ 472 Cathedral City Cath Cyn Dr/Terrace Bike & Ped $ 445 Indio Hwy 111 Enhancements $ 1,416 Total $ 9,019 Ready for Construction Allocation in 08/09 What month/year? Not Ready for Construction Allocation Move to 09/10 Corona Downtown Enh & Beautification $ 1,416 RCTC Palm :Springs Riverside Co Greenway Corridor, Perris Val line Gene Autry Gateway landscap. $ 1,1.13, $ 1,375.. Santa Ana River Bike Tr $ 3,904: Ready for Construction Allocation in 09/10 What month/year? $: 1,416 Total $ 1,416 Not Ready for. .Construction Allocation Move to =10/11 • • AGENDA ITEM 10 • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: March 19, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst ` THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006 RTIP Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to .provide to the TAC the status of amendments to 2006 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP)/Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP). BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Amendment 04 Summary: The first quarter formal amendment to the 2006 RTIP submitted last November is now referenced as. Amendment 04 and is completing its final review and approval steps with. FHWA. Estimated approval of the Amendment is anticipated for late March. One significant issue has emerged during the review. The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) consistency requirement has raised a problem for two interchange (IC) projects that are part of the amendment. The RTP consistency check requires that any project added to the RTIP. must be consistent in scope and funding/costs stated for the project in the RTP. If consistency does not exist, the project may have to be removed from the RTIP amendment and could trigger the need for an RTP amendment.. An RTP amendment conformity. finding takes at least six months to complete. The consistency issue for one of the IC projects may now have been addressed and was due to a description change between .the RTP and the RTIP. However, the issue with the second IC concerns the scope between the RTP and RTIP. The .RTP doesnot identify the aux lanes but the RTIP description includes the aux . lanes. Discussions among SCAG, FHWA, and. RCTC are attempting to resolve the discrepancy. Second Quarterly Amendment Status The second quarterly amendment was submitted to SCAG in early March. The RTIP amendment contains ` the usual project changes (e.g. fund swaps, adding new federal funds, adding exempt projects, etc.). The amendment also contains project changes that resulted by an .RTP amendment in progress, completes a SAFETEA LU compliance amendment, adds awarded CMIA funds and projects, and, adjusts project funding based on funding projections resulting; from the' 2006 STIP Augmentation. The total number of projects included in :Riverside', County's portion is approximately 45. The amendment is currently undergoing review by SCAG. The tentative schedule is for the SCAG Regional Council to approve the amendment by early June allowing it to be sent to Ca!trans HQ and FHWA ' for review and approval. Estimated federal approval is anticipated by early July 2007. • • AGENDA ITEM 11 • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 19, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina Program Manager SUBJECT: 2008 RTP Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to provide to the TAC the status of , the developing 2008 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). BACKGROUND INFORMATION: SCAG staff recently sent RCTC an updated RTP "Plan" section project Fist based on the submissions sent to them over the past year. The Plan section in the RTP contains all the regionally . significant and capacity enhancing projects proposed in the SCAG region over the next .30 years. SCAG has divided the Plan section into the following subsections: Mainline, Arterial, Grade Separations, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS), Unconstrained, and a new subsection listing the proposed deleted projects. For the 2008 RTP, FHWA requires SCAG to use a new project listing format, which local agencies, ROTC, and Ca'trans have been updating over the last year. SCAG staff now has compiledthe project submissions into a new master draft project list. The project list is still formatted in Excel and all subsections are now listed in the single Excel file. However, the new list includes comment fields from SCAG and the comments are extensive. The Arterial subsection requires funding clarification to numerous projects with the focus on the estimated phase costs. The Grade Separation subsection requires clarification if the projects are or are not capacity enhancing. The Mainlinesubsection contains the most extensive comments. The comments center on added description and scope clarification for most of the projects. Based on. the comments, SCAG is asking for project descriptions for the RTP Mainline subsection to be about the same as they are in the RTIP due to the direction they are receiving from FHWA. The CTCs and Ca!trans ;will need to have further discussions with SCAG to resolve:' the Mainline issues. Most likely by the TAC meeting; RCTC will have sent TAC members a copy of the new draft RTP Plan section project ,listing with further review instructions. The lead agencies should be able to resolve the arterial„ issues with SCAG directly without too much difficulty. RCTC can provide SCAG" the needed clarification for the Grade Separations subsection. Forthe most part Ca!trans will need to address the ITS subsection comments. However, addressing the Mainline subsection. comments will be much more problematic. • • AGENDA ITEM 12 • • • • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: March 19, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006/07 Delivery Plan STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is to inform the TAC of the status of the FFY 2006/07 Delivery Plan. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In order to update the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2006/07 Delivery Plan, we recently requested project schedule updates from the local agencies with projects funded with STP and CMAQ. This update resulted in several local agencies moving their project Request for Authorization's (RFAs) or obligation submittals from FFY 2006/07 to FFY 2007/08. The October 2006 report indicated 40 projects would be requesting funding authorizations, and the March 2007 report shows only 23 projects moving forward this year. The Obligational Authority (OA) target for Riverside County is approximately $40 million. Any projects that are not obligated in the timeframe they state may be jeopardized if unobligated fund balances are taken away by the State and/or Federal agencies.. Please contact RCTC staff, Shirley Medina or Ken Lobeck, if any projects on the updated list are not going to be delivered as indicated. Attachments: FFY 2006/07 Obligation Plan (10-25-06) FFY 2006/07 Obligation Plan (03-09-07) RCTC TAC Version - FFY 7 Obligation Plan (10-25-06) 9rmIe Q.d, hwgMYMS COWPDX ..:. :.......: Local Agency ;.: FTIP># _ .. , . ':• ...• .e. .• .. ,: -l�roject;locaton� .:,, , •:..,. Projecdscope••descriptfon.. i�TpJeCt .... O 1l atf ns : � g o (r$)(all fund types) :�:. ;�RSTiI' (� ��� � � � M-�fl°�$j �.�� - 4 D �I� t, � EarmaYl�cs( 3) Y rye S4 b:�t.t "� ; Banning RIV031223 Wilson St Rehabilitation $ 207 $ 207 Banning RIV061224. Sunset Ave Grade Separation - UC $ 7,500 $ 7,500 Beaumont RIV031223 Palm Ave Rehabilitation $ 115 $ 115 Canyon Lake RIV031223 Railroad Cyn Rd Rehabilitation $ 51 $ 51 Cathedral CityRIV52001 RIV041247 Ramon Rd Rehabilitation $ 369 $ 54 $ 315 Cathedral City RIV050508 Ramon/Date PalmMsta Chino: Install Wind Fences ` $ 79 $ 79 Cathedral City RIV050509 Date PalmNamer Install Wind Fences $ 115 $ 115 Cathedral City RIV011212 Ramon Rd Widening $ 1,385 $ 1,385 Cathedral City RIV031223 Perez Rd Rehabilitation $ 404 $ 404 Coachella RIV011209 Dillon Road Widening $ 2,117 $ 2,117 Coachella RIV011204 Dillon Rd Grade Sep Widening $ 7,056 $ 4,556 $ 2,500 Corona RIV011240 McKinley St . Grade Separation $ 1,000 $ 1,000 Corona RIV050505: Auto Center Dr Grade Separation $ 1,500 $ 1,500 Desert Hot Springs RIV050304 Various City Blocks Rehabilitate $ 1,925 $ 1,925 Desert Hot Springs RIV031223 Hacienda Ave Rehabilitation . $ 196 • $ 196 Indian Wells RIV52001- Cook St Rehabilitation $ 84 $ 84 Indio RIV050503 Dr Carreon Blvd Lot Paving Paving/Rehabilitation $ 215 $ 215 Indio RIV050504 Miles Ave Lot Paving Paving/Rehabilitation $ 155 $ 155 Indio . RIV031223 Avenue 46 Rehabilitation $ 450 $ 450 Moreno Valley RIV52001 Ironwood Ave Rehabilitation $ 1,111. $ 1,1.1.1 Moreno Valley 32300 . Nason_IC Construct IC and Aux Lane - $ 653 $ 653 Moreno Valley RIV031223 Heacock St and Frederick St Rehabilitation $ 1,375 $ 1,375 Palm Springs RIV990727 Indian Cyn Rd Widening. $ 146 $ 146 Perris RIV990709 4th St New Signal Signal install $ 194 $ 194 Perris RIV031223. Murrieta Rd Rehabilitation- $ 282 $ 282 RCTC RIV520109 Perris Valley Line Metrolink Extension $ 500 $ 500 RCTC RIV520111 Regional Rideshare Rideshare Activities $ 300 - $ 300 RCTC RIV050501 I-215/SR74/G St IC IC Improvements $ 800 $ 800 Riverside RIV0084 SR 91Nan Buren IC. IC Improvements $ 2,181 $ 1,681 $ 500 Riverside' RIV050502 RR crossings Grade Separation lmprov. Plan $ 3,331 $ 3,331 Riverside RIV990703 Jurupa Ave at UPRR Construct UC $ 11,171 $ 3,171 $ 8,000 Riverside RIV031223 Orange Terrace Pkwy Rehabilitation $ 603 $ 603 Riverside RIV031223 Arlington Ave Rehabilitation . $, 235 $ 235 Riverside. County RIV52001 Ramon Rd: San Mig-1k Palms Rehabilitation $ 1,000 $ 1,000 Riverside County RIV52001 Vamer Rd Rehabilitation $ 357 * $ 357 Riverside County RIV021223 4 Mid County Roads Rehabilitation $, 2,569 $ 2,569 Riverside County RIV031223 Simpson/Menifee Rds Rehabilitation $ 500 $ 500 Riverside County RIV031223 3'Palo Verde Valley Rds Rehabilitation $ 500 $ 500 Temecula RIV031216 Citywide Arterials Rehabilitation $ 2,958 $ 2,958 Temcula RIV031223 De Portola Ave Rehabilitation $ 417 $ 417 38 RCTC TAC Version - FFY 06/07 Obligation Plan (3-9-07) Local Agency FTIP # Project Location . Project/scope description Planned Total Project Obligations _($) � all fund types) RSTP ($) CMAQ ($) Other Fed TE DEMO, Earmarks � $) Local Agency . Obligation (RFA) Submittal Date to Dist 8 (month/year) �. otes RFA submission dates after the $ -�x- /20074sUbtnittal deadline will be. moved1 �'; the FFY 07 ,. /08 Obligation plan) Banning RIV031223' Wilson St Rehabilitation $ 207 $ 207 11/2006 E-76 pending approval at HQ Beaumont . _ RIV031223 . Palm Ave_ Rehabilitation $ 115 $ 115 1 /2007 Beaumont. RIV070301 Oak Valley Pkwy Noble Creek bridge replacement $ 3,000 $ 3,000 4/2007 Added to RTIP via Amend 06 Calimesa RIV061101 3rd Stree Pedestrian Walkway $ 170 $ 170 6/2007 TCSP - Shift to PE via Amend 06 Cathedral City RIV050508 Ramon/Date Palm/Vista Chino Install Wind Fences $ 79 $ 79 3/2007 Corona RIV01.1241_ Auto Center Dr Grade Separation $ 1,000 $ ` 1,000 3/2007 ACE adjusments in Amend 06 Coachella RIV011209 Dillon Road Widening $ 2,117 $ 2,117 = . 5/2007 Coachella R1V011204 Dillon Rd Grade Sep Widening $ 7,056 $ 4,556 $ 2,500 3/2007 Desert_Hot Springs RIV050304 Various City Blocks Rehabilitate : $ 1,925 $ 1,925 5/2007 Desert Hot Springs; RIV031223 Hacienda Ave Rehabilitation $ 196- $ 196 6/2007 Moreno Valley 32300 Nason IC Construct IC and Aux Lane $ 653. $ 653 5/2007 Perris RIV031223 Munieta Rd Rehabilitation $ 310 $ 310 11/2006 RFA submitted "RCTC . ° RIV011211 Corona-N. Main Metrolink Construct Parking Structure $ 24,500 $ 24,500 6/2007 Riverside RIV0084 SR 9:1Nan Buren IC IC Improvements $ 2,1.81 $ 1,681 $ 500 6/2006* Co -Op Agreement at Caltrans HQ Riverside RIV990703 Jurupa Ave at UPRR Construct UC $ 11,171 $ 3,171 $ 8,000 Obligated E-76 approved 2/2007 (ACE AC) Riverside RIV031223 Orange Terrace Pkwy Rehabilitation $ 603 $ 603 3/2007 Riverside RIV031223 Arlington Ave Rehabilitation $ 235 $ 235 12/2006 Supplemental obligation Riverside County RIV52001 Ramon Rd: San Mig-1 k Palms Rehabilitation $ 1,000 $ 1,000 4/2007 Riverside County RIV52001 Varner Rd Rehabilitation $ 357 $ 357 4/2007 Riverside County RIV021223 4 Mid County Roads Rehabilitation $ 2,569 $ 2,569 4 & 6/2007 Split obligation Riverside County RIV031223 Simpson/Menifee Rds Rehabilitation • $ 500 $ 500 4/2007 Riverside County RIV031223 3 Palo Verde Valley Rds " Rehabilitation $ 500 $ 500 6/2007 Temecula RIV031223 De Portola,Ave Rehabilitation $ 417 $ 417 6/2007 $ 60,654 $ 11,253 $ 32,806 $ 16,595 *RCTC Corona N. Main Parking Structure may be reduced from $24.5 M to $15 M depending on outcome of ITIP advance allocation request at July 25-56, 2007 CTC meeting. • AGENDA ITEM 13 A presentation will be made but • there is no attachment to the agenda for item 13. • • AGENDA ITEM 14 A presentation will be made but • there is no attachment to the agenda for item 14. • • ~ ~ l~ITIAL CITY TAC MEMBER l(ifo) BANNING 99 E. Ramsey St., DUANE BURK Banning 92220-0998 Director of Public Works I~ BEAUMONT 550 E. 6th St., JOHN WILDER Beaumont 92223 Assistant Director of Public Works U. . BLYTHE '~ 440 S. Main St., JIM RODKEY Blythe 92225 Public Works Director 11 CVAG 73-710 Fred Waring Dr., Suite200, Palm Desert 92260 ALLYN WAGGLE CALIMESA P. 0. Box 1190, Calimesa 92320 ANNE SCHNEIDER 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 City Engineer k¢ CATHEDRAL CITY 68-700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City 92234 BILL BAYNE COACHELLA 1515 West Sixth Street, / Coachella 92236 BILL GALLEGOS 0~~ CORONA AMADQATIAN 400 South Vicentia Ave. Public Works Director qorona 92882 Public Works Department / 'DESERT HOT E' t>elJ /.ee. .Ale SPRINGS -65-950 o,~,.,_ .-1 ,,.,,/;. "• STEVEN MENDOZA(it~ Pierson Blvd., Desert Hot Springs 92240 Community Development Director TECHNICAL Ai:AoRV COMMITTEE MARC"n"19, 2007 TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL 951-922-3130 951-922-3141 dburk@ci.banning.ca.us 951-769-8520 951-769-8526 ulcjohn1@aol.com 760-922-6611 x227 760-922-0278 jrodkey@cityofblythe.ca.gov 760-346-1127 760-340-5949 awaggle@cvag.org 909-795-9801 909-795-4399 aschneider@cityofcalimesa.net 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 ( 1116 s~,r~ • 'l(S. ~ A-Al c-A.s-/-t,,.f@ (!,') •f tf/,s. o,.., --760-329-6411 X100 760-288-0651 smendoza@cityofdhs.org • ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL Kahono 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 Pavel Horn phorn@cathedralcity.gov Jerry Santillan jsantillan@coachella.org J..t?'ed lbra ~ Assistant Public rks Dir ned.ibrahim@ci.corona.ca.us R,1111 "tl~"3 A~i!Me 1!11!fR!ler 2/13/2007 _, INITIAL CITY TAC MEMBER HEMET ~f\ \ [. 510 E. Florida Avenue '"~ .... Hemet 92543 MIKE GOW INDIAN WELLS !~ 44-950 Eldorado Dr., TIM WASSIL Indian Wells Public Works Director/City Engineer . ' 92210-7497 Public Works Department JJ1 INDIO 100 Civic Center Mall, Indio 92202 AMIR MODARRESSI it& LA QUINTA P.O.Box 1504, 78-495 Calle Tampico, TIMOTHY JONASSON La Quinta 92253 Public Works Director/City Engineer LAKE ELSINORE KENSEUMALO 130 South Main St., City Engineer Lake Elsinore 92530 Community Development Department MORENO VALLEY cfl/ P.O.Box 88005, Moreno Valley CHRIS VOGT 92552-0805 Public Works Director/City Engineer ,it) MURRIETA 26442 Beckman Court, JIM KINLEY Murrieta 92562 Director of Public Works/City Engineer I NORCO 2870 Clark Ave., P.O.Box 428, BILL THOMPSON Norco 92860-0428 Director of Public Works ~ PALM DESERT 73-510 Fred Waring Dr., Palm Desert 92260-MARK GREENWOOD 2578 Director of Public works ~ PALM SPRINGS 3200 T ahquitz 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 AoAlRY COMMITTEE MARC~9, 2007 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 951-674-3124 x244 951-471-1418 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 x8732 760-322-8325 Dave.Barakian@palmsprings-ca.gov 760-922-6161 760-922-4938 lnelson@cityofblythe.ca.gov • ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL Llu..~~htll ~ ~~~~-Pl'ltl'ieie Sestille ... ~cityofhemet.org Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II bbaker@cityofindianwells.org Jim Smith jsmith@indio.org Nick Nickerson nnickerson@naiconsulting.com Ed Basubas City Traffic Engineer ebasubas@lake-elsinore.org 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 2/13/2007 • . ... INITIAL CITY TAC MEMBER {kS PERRIS 101 North 'D' St., AHMAD ANSARI Perris 92570 Public Works Director ll~ 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 3900 Main St., Deputy Public Works Director/ Riverside 92522 City Engineer ~ GEORGE JOHNSON <P'/ RIVERSIDE COUNTY Director of Transportation 4080 Lemon St., Transportation and Land Management Riverside 92501 Agency JUAN PEREZ i/ 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 City Engineer SUN LINE 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail, Thousand Palms EUNICELOVI A 92276 Director of Planning ~J TEMECULA BILL HUGHES 43200 Business Park Director of Public Works Dr., Temecula 92590 Public Works Department WR COG 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside 92501 RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER .......__ TECHNICAL A~RY COMMITTEE MARC'fr19, 2007 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 760-343-0576 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 ALTERNATE E-MAIL Habib Motlagh City Engineer trilake@adelphia.net Mike McCoy Senior Planner Planning Department mmccoy@riversidetransit.com Randy Viegas Project Manager randyv@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us Siobhan Foster sfoster@riversideca.gov Juan Perez Deputy Director of Transportation jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us George Johnson Director of Transportation GJohnson@rctlma.org Eric Skaugset, Assistant Engineer eskaugset@sanjacintoca.us Dan York Deputy Public Works Director 2/13/2007 • • • TAC MEMBER TELEPHONE FAX E-MAIL ALTERNATE ALTERNATE E-MAIL AHMAD ANSARI Habib Motlagh Public Works Director 951-943-6100x237 951-943-8591 aansari@cityofperris.org City Engineer trilake@adelphia.net Mike McCoy MARK STANLEY Senior Planner 968 Director of Planning 951-565-5130 951-565-5131 mstanley@riversidetransitcom Planning Department mmccoy@riversidetransit.com -11, BRUCE HARRY Randy Viegas 270 Director of Public Works 100-n(}.3224 760-n0-3261 bruceh@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us Project Manager randyv@ci.rancho-mirage.ca.us TOM BOYD Deputy Public Works Director/ City Engineer 951-626-5575 951-826-5542 TBoyd@riversideca.gov Siobhan Foster sfoster@riversideca.gov GEORGE JOHNSON lTY Director of Transportation Juan Perez T ransportalion and Land Management Deputy Director of Agency 951-955-6740 951-955-3198 GJohnson@rctlma.org Transportation jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us JUAN PEREZ lTY Deputy Director of Transportation George Johnson Transportation and Land Management Director of Agency 951-955-6740 951-955-3198 jcperez@co.riverside.ca.us Transportation GJohnson@rctlma.org HABIB MOTLAGH Eric Skaugset, City Engineer 951-943-6504 951-94~16 trilake@adelphia.net Assistant Engineer eskaugset@sanjacintoca.us !I' -llms EUNICELOVI ~ Director of Planning 700-343-3456 X119 760-343-0576 elovi@sunline.org BILL HUGHES OMV~ ;;:..~£.c..1 ark Director of Public Works Deputy Publ' arks o ..... rt .. )'o~~e C\~('0\-:\ ,90 Public Works Department 951-694-6411 951-694-6475 bill.hughes@cityoftemecula.org Director t, ~ RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER 951-955-8304 951-787-7991 berger@wrcog.cog.ca.us -3/12/2007