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09 September 17, 2007 Technical advisory commitee80332 TIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 A.M. September 17, 2007 Records Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3rd Floor *By request, agenda and minutes may be available in altemative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs, Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Ii Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Duane Burk, City of Banning Ron Carr; City of Perris Bill Gallegos, City of Coachella Mike Gow, City of Hemet Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert i Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage i Bill Hughes, City of Temecula George Johnson, County of Riverside Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Eunice Lovi, SunLine Transit Steven Mendoza, City of Desert Hot Springs Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, 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 Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta Bill Thompson, City of Norco Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley Allyn Waggle, CVAG d Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells'" John Wilder, City of Beaumont o Sean Yeung, Ca'trans District 8 Commission Staff Anne Mayer, Deputy Executive Director Shirley Medina, Program Manager 11.36.02 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSiON TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may betaken on any item listed on the agenda. TIME: 10:00 A.M. DATE: September 17, 2007 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Cornplex 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. CETAP - Mid County Parkway Final Alternative Presentation (Attachment) 6. Measure A Call Project Call (Verbal Presentation) 7. FY 2007/08 Draft Obligation Delivery Plan (Attachment) 8. Perris Blvd. STPL Fund Substitution (Attachment) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting September 17, 2007 Page 2 9. City of Palm Springs STPL Request (Attachment) 10. Local Assistance Report (Verbal Presentation) - FY 2006/07 Obligations/RFA Reviews Update - Federal Aid series Workshops Reminder 11.. FY 2007/08 STIP TE Allocations (Verbal Presentation) 12. 2006 RTIP Amendment Status Update (Attachment) 13. 2008 RTIP Update Call for Projects Workshop Announcement (Attachment) 14. COMMISSION CONNECTION/COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS 15. OTHER BUSINESS 16. ADJOURNMENT (The next meeting will be October 15, 2007, 10:00 A.M. in Banning.) •4, r c • • • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, July 16, 2007 I. Call to Order Tom Boyd, Chair, called the meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAG) to order at 10:05 A.M. at Riverside County Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor, Riverside, CA. 2. Self -Introductions Members Present: Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Mike Gow, City of Hemet Brian Guillet, City of Banning Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Alfonso Hernandez, Sun Line Bill Hughes, City of Temecula Ned Ibrahim, City of Corona Timothy Jonasson, City of La Quinta Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley Eldon Lee, City of Desert Hot Springs Mike McCoy, RTA Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Eric Skaugset, Cities of Perris, San Jacinto, Canyon Lake Alana Townsend, City of Palm Desert Russ Napier, City of Murrieta Tim V1lassil, City of Indian Wells John Wilder, City of Beaumont Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 16, 2007 Page 2 Others Present: Fred Alamolhoda, LAE Associates Grace Alvarez, RCTC Ruby Arellano, ROTC Aaron Hake, RCTC Eric Haley, RCTC Jennifer Harmon, RCTC Ken Lobeck, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Brenda Morrison, Caltrans Paul Rodriguez, Urban Crossroads Dave Wil!mon, California League of Cities 3. Approval of Minutes — June 18, 2007 MIS/C (Modarressi /Bayne) to approve the June 18, 2007 minutes 4. Public Comments There were no public comments. 5. SB1266 (Prop 1 B) Local Street and Road Improvement Funds Presentation/Update J A presentation and update concerning the status of the SB1266 Local Street and Road Improvement funds was provided by Dave Vllillmon, Executive Director, Riverside County Chapter, California League of Cities. Mr. Vllilmon explained that the fund allocation has become quite complicated and is connected to multiple proposed Assembly and State Senate bills. He outlined the various proposed bills and how each would impact the funding allocation to the cities. He stated that the most optimistic position would result in a $950 million total allocation with $400 million allocated to the counties and $550 to the cities:. Mr Willmon indicated that the allocation picture should become clearer once .the State budget is passed and by December. 6. Local Assistance Report Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 DLAE, reported that June 1, 2007 was the date in which RFA's :were to be submitted to District 8 with the guarantee that they would be obligated by the end of the federal fiscal year. Packages were: still accepted after this deadline but may not be obligated this federal fiscal year. Local Assistance submitted the final 06/07 RFA submissions to Caltrans HQ July.. 2, 2007 to help ensure all required reviews occur and the funds can be obligated by the end of FFY 06/07 (September 30, 2007). The deadline for Ca!trans submittals for FHWA is July 31, 2007. • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 16, 2007 Page 3 NEPA delegation officially started as of July 1, 2007. Environmental documents singed before July 1st will follow the old form. All environmental documents signed after July 1st will need to use a new form. Forms are available online on the Caltrans website. The TAC members were provided with a list of awarded projects as part of the 2007 HSIP project. The HSIP was formally known the Hazard Elimination Program (HES). There are no actions for agencies to accomplish the projects in. the RTIP. A regional lump sum exists and SCAG will accomplish the required updates through the next available RTIP amendment. The awarded projects are divided into two components: Safety Index Projects and Work Type Projects. 7. 2006 RTIP Update Ken Lobeck provided the TAC with an update concerning 2006 RTIP amendments. Amendment 06 was approved on June 21, 2007 and Amendment 08 was approved on June 29, 2007. To view the approval letters and updated RTIP, see the SCAG website under the RTIP link. Administrative Amendment 09 was submitted to SCAG on June 30, 2007. Approximately 14 projects .are included in the amendment. Approval is expected by the end of August,. 2007. Amendment 10 will be submitted to SLAG during mid -July. The amendment is expected to be a large amendment for the entire SCAG region. Riverside County's portion will included approximately 50 projects. Estimated approval for Amendment 10 will most likely occur during November, 2007. 8. 2008 RTIP Update: Request for Capacity Enhancing Projects Exhibits A status report on the FFY 06/07 Obligation Plan projects was distributed. Shirley. Medina provided an update on the project listing and reminded the TAC that RFA's FFY 06/07 for obligations were due to District 8 by June 1st. If an RFA has not been submitted, please do so immediately. 9. Commission Connection/Commission Highlights Shirley Medina announced that the RCTC budget was approved by the Commissioners. Several Measure A extension projects will be starting soon. Project Study Reports for several Measure A projects have already been initiated in support of the approved 10-Year Measure A Delivery Plan. The Commission approved $10 million of western County Rail Local Transportation Funds to support the project development (preliminary Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 16, 2007 Page 4 engineering activities} for 10 grade separation projects in western Riverside County. CVAG has identified two grade separation projects for a total award of $3 million as well. At the July Commission meeting the possibility of a parking fee at rail stations was discussed. Commissioners were concerned that this would provide a disincentive for people to. take the Metrolink. An. analysis will be conducted to. determine the feasibility. Finally, Eric Haley announced he will retire from RCTC. A replacement will be selected through an internal promotion. 10. OTHER BUSINESS Project Milestone Reports were sent out to local agencies. Approximately 57% responded. The reports that still outstanding are: Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Hemet, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Norco, Perris, and RCTC. 11. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:15 A.M. The next meeting' is scheduled for September 17, 2007, 10:00 A.M., Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. Respectfully submitted, g. Shirley Medi Program Manager L -- RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: Mid County Pkwy Locally Preferred Alternative Presentation STAFF RECOMMENDATION; This item provides the TAC with a presentation concerning the proposed designation of Alternative 9 as the preferred alternative for the Mid County Pkwy. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: TAC members will receive a presentation concerning the Mid County Pkwy and Alternative 9 proposed to be the preferredalternative for the project. Included with this item is the agenda item that will be presented to the ROTC Board on September 12, 2007. Attachment: RCTC W12/07 Board Item Mid County Pkwy Locally Preferred Alternative • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 12, 2007 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Plans and Programs Committee Cathy Bechtel;_ Project Development Director Gustavo Quintero, Bechtel Project Coordinator Mark Massman, Bechtel Project Manager THROUGH: Erin Haley, Executive Director SUBJECT: Identification of a Locally Preferred Alternative for Mid County Parkway the. PLANS AND PROGRAMS COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to designate Alternative 9, the far south alternative, as the Commission's locally preferred alternative for the Mid County Parkway (MCP). BACKGROUND INFORMATION; Since 2003, the Commission has been working on the MCP in partnership with Caltrans, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and _federal and state resource agencies. Early analysis and discussion for this east -west corridor was initiated and studied as part of the Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP) efforts, which began back in 1999..One of the milestones agreed to by the MCP partner agencies, the transportation and resource agencies that constitute the small working group (SWG), was to consider designation of a preferred alternative in the draft environmental impact report/environmental impact statement (EIR/EIS) following completion of the draft technical studies. The partner agencies agreed that if one alternative "rose to the top" with respect to being the likely least environmentally damaging practicable alternative (LEDPA), thiswould help streamline the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process by allowing the agencies to focus on this preferred alternative through the preparation and review of the draft EIR/EIS. The MCP study team has completed the draft environmental and engineering technical studies for the five MCP build alternatives. Now that the technical studies have been completed and the information is readily available for comparison of the project alternatives, staff recommends, that the Comrission identify a locally preferred alternative. Agenda Item 9 . Project Alternatives The five build alternatives under evaluation (Alternatives 4, 5, 6, 7, and 9) were developed through a collaborative process with the SWG following the NEPA/404 integration process. Attachment 1 depicts the five build . alternatives being evaluated as part of the draft EIR/EIS. These alternatives were intended :to provide a reasonable range of alternatives with the potential to address the purpose and need for the project. The range of alternatives is intended to meet the requirements for alternatives analysis under California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)', NEPA, Section 404 of the federal Clean Water Act (CWA), and Section 4(f) of the U.S. Department of Transportation Act (49 USC 303). Key milestone actions to date include: 1) Execution of an interagency partnering agreement (October 2003); 2) Concurrence on Purpose and Need (January 2004); 3) Preliminary agreement on an initial suite of alternatives (November 2004); 4) Consensus on evaluation criteria for selection of a preferred alternative (December 2004); and 5) Preliminary agreement on a revised suite of alternatives (November 2005). The preliminary agreement on a revised suite of alternatives was required to address elimination of two alternatives deemed impracticable due to potential safety and operational impacts to the Lake Mathews and Perris dams, and ; the addition of a new alternative that fully avoided the Metropolitan :, Water District (MWD) Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) reserve .lands. Environmental and engineering technical studies have been in preparation since 2004, and draft technical reports have undergone concurrent review by the MCP partner agencies. The MCP alternatives have been evaluated using :the selection criteria agreed. to by the SWG in December 2004 for use in selecting the LEDPA. A total of 17 primary criteria and 56 sub -criteria was developed and agreed to by the partner agencies. Key criteria include impacts to the following: cost, people and homes, businesses, water resources; endangered and threatened species, existing" habitat conservation plans, cultural resources, land use, and impacts to communities. While area residents are likely more concerned about effects on their homes and other community impacts, the criteria addressing natural resources must also . be considered as they are critical to the ability of the resource agencies to grant future approvals and permits for the project. For example, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers can only approve a Section 404 permit for the alternative with the least Agenda Item 9 • • impacts to waters of the U.S. (the LEDPA), unless it is shown that such an alternative is neither reasonable nor practicable. Also, all projects involving a federal action (funding, permit, or, land) must comply with Executive Order (EO) 12898, Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in Minority Populations .and Low -Income Populations. This EO directs federal agencies to take the appropriate and necessary steps to identify and address disproportionately -high and adverse effects of federal projects on the health or environment of minority and low-income populations to the greatest extent practicable and permitted by law. State law also requires consideration of environmental justice. Two general - issues are weighed for environmental justice analysis for transportation projects: Whether the adverse impact(s) of the proposed project will be predominantly borne by a minority or low-income population group; or Whether the adverse impact(s) of the proposed project will be appreciably more severe or greater in magnitude than the adverse impacts to non -minority and/or non -low-income population groups even after mitigation measures and offsetting project benefits are considered. For a project the size of the MCP (30+ mile corridor), the primary data source used for analysis is 2000 census data. Based on the census data, census tracts in Mead Valley were identified. as having the highest populations of low income and/or minority residents within the MCP study area. All MCP build alternatives would benefit all study area residents, including minority and low-income populations, by improving mobility and circulation throughout the study area and the Western Riverside County region. The construction of any of the MCP build alternatives will have impacts on the surrounding areas. However, when comparing the alternatives, alternatives 4-7 have a greater impact on low- income and minority populations than Alternative 9, dueto direct impacts resulting from property displacements along Cajalco Road. While none of the MCP build alternatives are considered to have disproportionately high impacts to minority and low-income populations as defined in EO 12898, Alternative 9 has a lesser impact on these populations. Designation of Preferred Alternative The analysis performed, using findings from the draft MCP technical studies, shows that Alternative 9, the far south alternative, is superior under almost every criterion and rises to the top as the 'least impacting . alternative. Attachment 2 provides a comparison of some key criteria by alternative. Since this alternative appears to be Agenda Item 9 superior to all of the other alternatives based on the criteria for alternative selection, per the agreement with FHWA and the federal and state resource agencies, Commission staff is recommending identification of Alternative 9 as the Commission's preferred alternative. The designation of a preferred alternative in the draft EIR/EIS should significantly aid in the analysis and completion of the environmental process. The strengths and weaknesses of this early identification of a preferred alternative are shown below. Strengths: 1) Provides early disclosure to the public of the preferred alternative; 2) Allows the public to provide focused input on a single alignment; 3) Saves money and minimizes impacts by limiting the scope of the remaining cultural resource studies. The state historic preservation office has agreed that cultural phase two testing can be limited to just the preferred alignment, thus minimizing disturbance to cultural resources since studies will not have to be done on the other alignments; 4) Does not .preclude the Commission from. makingadjustments to the preferred alternative during the public comment process; and 5) Streamlines federal permit processing as selection of a preferred alternative allows for the initiation of key coordination with federal resource agencies earlier in the process. Weaknesses: 1) May require more time and work if the preferred alternative changes . due to : unforeseen impacts brought forward during the public: review process (would have to revise the E`IR/EIS). One concern that has been raised is regarding the potential for the MCP to be growth inducing (i.e., would it encourage unplanned growth?). The growth analysis conducted for the MCP concluded that implementation of the MCP project is expected to have little influence on the location, amount, rate, or type of growth in the area. .The basis for this conclusion is: 1) the area, has been undergoing rapid development since well before the MCP planning (and prior CETAP : corridor planning) had begun; 2) the MCP project has been integrated into the overall . planning of the area based on the inclusion of the CETAP corridoroverlay in the Riverside County general plan circulation. element; and 3) based on: the Commission's monthly review meetings with the local land use authorities, there . has been no indication of developers intensifying or °:substantially modifying their . development proposals in response to the proposed MCP project. Agenda Item 9 • • For Alternative 9, the potential for growth -related effects is constrained by topography . and existing land use patterns, including the overall rural character of the areas. The growth inducing potential of Alternative 9 is limited due to the provision of three local service interchanges between 1-15 and 1-215 and current general plan land use, which calls for low density, rural residential development. Changes to this, land use can only be done through a discretionary action by the county of Riverside. CONCLUSION: Based on the key evaluation criteria for the MCP build alternatives, Alternative 9 is recommended to be designated as the locally preferred alternative in the draft EIR/EIS. Alternative 9 is the least damaging to water resources and aquatic ecosystems, threatened and endangered species, Section 4(f) resources, and existing reserve lands; completely avoids the MWD MSHCP reserve area; and avoids a potential sacred cultural site. Alternative 9 is the least impacting to existing business and residential access and travel patterns, impacts the least acreage of farmland, and requires the least number of residential and business displacements for right-of-way acquisition. Alternative 9 does not impact schools and has the lowest direct impacts to low income/minority populations. Finally, Alternative 9 will have the least impact to noise sensitive Land uses. By designating Alternative 9 as the preferred alternative, public agency resources can be focused on reviewing the impacts and proposed avoidance, minimization, and mitigation measures for this alternative during the draft EIR/E1S review period. In addition, the many communities not along the preferred alignment may experience some level of relief by the early identification of a preferred alternative. The identification of a locally preferred alternative is not a final decision, but it does indicate the Commission's staff opinion. It also allows the Commission to review this choice in its discussions with the other public agencies involved in the decision -making process: the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the United States Army Corps of Engineers, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the FHWA, the California Department of Fish and Game, and Caltrans. Selection of a locally preferred alternative does not complete the approval process. There are still many phases of work left to complete before a final selection of the LEDPA is made and construction can begin. The draft EIR/EIS will be released in early 2008 for comment and review by the public, resource agencies and local governments. At that time, there will be an opportunity for public comments and a full review of the draft EiR/EIS findings with the involved federal and state agencies. Once the EIR/EIS is finalized to address comments received during the public hearing period, the Commission will select a final alternative, certify the EIR Agenda !tem 9 under CEQA and approvethe project. Once this is completed, and agreement on the LEDPA is reached by the agencies involved in the federal decision -making process, the Commission will be able to obtain needed federal and state permits and finalize engineering designs for the project in summer 2009. The earliest construction is projected to begin is 2011. Given the length of the projected corridor of 32miles and cost of $3.1 billion, it is likely the project would be constructed in stages as funding is secured. Possible funding sources include Measure A, Traffic Uniform Mitigation Fees, and federal and state funds. Following the Commission's action, the Commission will request FHWA`s concurrence on identification of Alternative 9 as the preferred alternative in the draft EIR/EIS for the MCP. This request will be made .pursuant to the provisions of Safe, Accountable, flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) Section 6002, and in the belief that .the public is better served by early disclosure ofa preferred alternative. Attachments: 1) MCP Build Alternatives Map 2} Comparison of Key Criteria by Alternative Agenda Item 9 satoeuaavy pun8 dow - 1 watupemf • • • Criteria. 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TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: Federal FY 07/08 Draft Obligation Delivery Plan STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item provides the TAC with the draft FFY 07/08 Obligation Delivery Plan for their review. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Using the updated milestone reports from the July 2007 Milestone Report, RCTC has developed the draft FFY 07/08 Obligation Delivery Plan. The plan provides a list of CMAQ, STPL, TE, and federal earmark projects that propose to obligate federal funds between 10/1/07 and 9/30/08. The plan is divided by fund type and further divides the projected obligations by quarter. In addition to the quarterly breakout of fund obligations, the format has been revised to clarify the federal earmark type (other than CMAQ, STPL, or TE) and now includes a projection of obligations to occur during the .first quarter of FY 08/09. The RCTC FFY 07/08 Obligation Delivery Plan does not list other federal funding programs outside of RCTUs monitoring responsibilities. HBRR, Emergency Relief funded by STPL are two examples of funding programs not included on the Obligation Delivery Plan. Project lead agenciesshould review the FFY 07/08 Obligation Delivery Plan and notify RCTC of any required changes. Attachment: RCTC FFY 07/08 Obligation Delivery Plan — September 2007 Update • • • Agency RTIP ID Project Location Projected Project Scope RCTC obligations Based Unoblig. Amount FEY 07/08 to occur between on the updated Oblig Phase Obligation Delivery Planr October 1, 2007 and September 30, 2008 July 2007 Milestone Reports Fund Type RFA Status & 10/1/07 to 12/31/07 IN ..my `., FFY 1/1/08 tO 3/31/08 .,, (", 2: a , ea ash t,:,�: 07/08 4/1/08 t0 6/30/08 EEFf s 7/1/08 toA 9/30/08 Submit to Local Assistance • Target Act. RFA Sub. j Date STPL $ CMAQ TE Earark $ $ I ' Type (000s) Beaumont RIV041047 San Tlmoteo Canyon Bikeway & Ped Fac $ 1,416 Cons $ 1,416 111/5/07 $ 1.,416 _- $ 445 $ 1,385 Calimesa RIV031223 L St, - 4th St to Calimesa & L-K Rehabilitation $ 67 Cons $ 67 11/15/07 $ 67 $ '320 $1,416 Caltrans 354801 . Jct Rte 15 to Valley Way UC Add 1 HOV & 1 M/F Ln in ea direction $ 1,500 Cons $ 1,500 , r $ 1,500 Cathedral City ' RIV041047 Cathedral Canyon Dr./Terrace Bikeway & Ped Fac $ 445 Cons I $ 445 , 5/5/08 Cathedral City RIV041047 Ramon Rd. Corridor Improvements $ 320 Cons $ 320 1/7/08 Cathedral City RIV52001 Ramon Road Rehabilitation $ 54 Cons $ 54 t t 1/7/08 5/15/08 $ 54 $ 115 Cathedral City RIV0112-12-° Ramon Road East Road Widening $ 1,385 Cons $ 1,385 Cathedral City RIV050509 Date Palm & Vamer Rd. PM 10 Windfences $ 115 Cons $ 115 1/15/08 - Corona RIV011241 Auto Center Dr. Grade Separation $ 2,100 PSE/RW $ 2.100 PNRS 10/7/07 $2,100 Corona RIV041047 East 6th St. Enhancements $ 1,416 Cons $ 1,416 7/25/07 $1,416 Corona RIV041047 Downtown Enhancements $ 1,416 Cons $ 1,416 4/7/08 Desert Hot Springs RIV061160 Citywide - Ph II Road Improvements $ 1,600 Cons $ 1,600 DEMOSTL 8/4/08 $ 1,600 Hemet RIV031223 Rehab State St & Devonshire Rehabilitation $ 511 Cons $ 511 8/20/07 $ 511 Hemet RIV041047 State St. Multi -Use Bike & Ped $ 520 Cons $ 520 9/4/07 $ 520 Indian Wells RIV52001 Cook St . Rehabilitation $ 84 Cons $ 84 9/9/07 $ 84 Indio RIV050503 Dr. Carreon Blvd. PM 10 Parking Lot Paving $ 215 Cons $ 215 3/3/08 $ 215 Indio - RIV050504 Mites Ave. & King St. PM 10 Parking Lot Paving $ 155 Cons $ 155 3/3/08 $ 155 Indio RIV041047 Hwy.111 Enhancements $ 1,416 Cons $ 1,416 2/29/08 $ 1,416 Lake Elsinore RIV031223 Rehab CentralAve/SR74 Rehabilitation $ 311 Cons $ 311 10/1/07 $ 311 Moreno Valley 32300 . NasomSt IC IC improvements $ 5,350. Cons $ 850 $ 4,500 DEMOT21 6/26/08 $ .5,350 Moreno Valley RIV041047 Sunnymead Blvd. Median Beautification $ 1,416 Cons $ 1,416 2/11/08 $ 1,416 Moreno Valley RIV031223 Heacock - Gentian to Poppystone Rehabilitation $ 1,375 Cons $ 1,375 5/25/07 ,_ $ 1,375 Palm Springs RIV041047 Gene Autry Tr. Landscaping improvements $ 1,375 Cons $ 1,375 7/1/08 $ 1,375 $ 3,460 Palm Springs RIV62036 Indian Ave / 1.10 IC Improvements $ ' 3,460 Cons $ 3,460 DEMOT21 / DEMOSTL 7n/08 Palm Springs RIV070306 San Lorenzo Rd (Camino Real to Hermosa DO Shoulder Road Paving $ 175 Cons $ 175 4/21/08 $ 175 $ 194 Perris RIV990709 4th St. & Redlands Ave. Traffic Signal Installation $ 194 Cons $ 194 06/09/08 ? Perris, RIV041047 Perris 'Gateway Landscape Improvements $ 429 Cons $ 429 1/14/08 $ 429 Riverside RIV031223 Hole Ave. - Wells to Magnolia Rehabilitation $ 79.1 Cons $ 791 j 1/1/08 $ 791 Riverside RIV990703 Jurupa Ave. IC Improvements $ 3,317 Cons $ 317I I $ 3,00001 DEMOSTL 8/1/07 $ 3,317 Riverside RIV050502 Grade Separation Planning Activities $ 331 PA&ED $ 331 STP4818 $ 331 Riv County RIV990701 SR 60Nalley Way IC IC Improvements $ 2,670 Cons $ 2,670 1/15/08 $ 2,670 Riv County RIV031223 Etiwanda - Van Buren to Philadelphia Rehabilitation $ 1,469 Cons $ 1,469 2/15/08 $ 1,469 Riv County. 45580 Gene Autry Tr/Palm Dr. IC Improvements $ 2,200 Cons $ 2,200 DEMOSTL 3/15/08 $ 2,200 Riv County RIV060123 Clay StNan Buren Blvd. IC Improvements $ 2,500 PA&ED $ 2,500 PNRS 2/1/08 $ 2,500 ROTC RIV62024 SR 79 PA&ED Re Alignment Study $ 3,093 PA&ED $ 3,093 2006EAR DEMOSTL 10/1/07 $ 3,093 RCTC . RIV050301 CETAP - Riv-Orange Cnty Corridor PA&ED & Pre -Design Work $ 9,480 PA&ED $ 9,480 DEMOSTL 10/15/07 $ 9,480 RCTC 46360 SR 60 from RT215 to Redlands Blvd. Add 2 HOV Lanes $3,100 Cons $3,100 . $3,100 RCTC RIV050555 1-215 & SR 60 Recons Jct Provide 2 HOV direct connector lanes $ 4,000 R/VV $ 4,000 $ 4,000 RTA - RIV041047 Perris Multi -Modal Transit Ctr Ph I New Transit Center $ 1,352 Cons $ 1,352 $ 1,352 San Jacinto RIV031223 Ramona Exp. -.State to Lake Park Rehabilitation $ 331 Cons $ 331 5/12/08 $ 331 San Jacinto - RIV041047 Francisco Estudillo Heritage Park Landscape Improvements $ 472 Cons $ 472 11/19/07 $ 472 Temecula RIV031223 De Portola Rd Rehabilitation $ 417 Cons $ 417 9/15/07 . $ 417 Temecula RIV991210 Pechanga Pkwy Road Widening $ 4,000 Cons $ 4,000 PLH $ 4,000 Temecula RIV031216 Rancho Califomia Rd Rehabilitation $ 2,958 Cons $ 2,958 11/12/07 $ 2,958 Temecula RIV041047 Winchester Rd. (SR79) Landscape Improvements $ 1,133 Cons $ 1,133 11/12/07 $ 1,133. Totals: $ 72,434 $ 10,603 $ 12,441 STPL Total CMAQ 13126 $ 36,264 '$ 72,434 TE Earmarks Total Total Total Total All Earmark Fund Notes 2006EAR FFY 06 Appropriation Act Earmark _I 1 DEMOSTL SAFETEA LU High_Priority Project (HPP) earmark TEA21-Demonstration earmark __IDEMOT21 PLH Public Lands Highways earmark PNRS SAFETEA LU Section 130.1 Projects of National Regional Significance (Alameda East Corridor) earmark STP4818 FY 04-05 Appropriation Bill Obligation Notes Caltrans SR 60 HOV Lane Projact (354801) Is a supplemental obligation for construction RCTC's SR 79 Realignment Project (RIV62024) is a supplemental obligation for PE (PA&ED) RCTC's SR 60 HOV Lane Project (46360) is a supplemental obligation for construction Riverside Jurupa Ave UC (RIV890703) is a supplemental obligation for construction RTA's Perris Multi -Modal Project (RIV041047) with TE funds will be flex -transferred to FTA $ 35,196 $ 7,147 $ 11.282 $ 18,809 48,6% 9.9% 15.6% 26.0% Total % all Qtrs: 1 0 0 , 0 % Total $ all Qtrs: $72,434 • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: Perris Blvd STPL Funds Proposed Reprogramming by the City of Moreno Valley STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item requests the TAC approve the reprogramming of STPL funds from Perris' Perris Blvd. widening project to Moreno Valley's Nason Street IC improvement project. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The city of Perris and city of Moreno Valley currently have two projects programmed in the RTIP that will widen Perris Blvd from 2 to 6 through lanes between Ramona Expressway and Cactus Avenue. The two projects as programmed are: Lead Agency: Perris Description: In . Moreno Valley/Perris Widen Perris Blvd 2 to Expressway to Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral `A' (approx 2 miles) Estimated total project cost: $4,238,000 Note: The ,project includes $3,184,000 of federal Regional Surface {STPL} funds 4 lanes from Ramona Transportation Program Lead Agency: Moreno Valley: Description: In Moreno Valley - Widen Perris Blvd 4 to 6 Through Lanes from Ramona Expwy to Perris Valley Storm Drain — Lateral `A' and 2 to 6 Through Lanes from Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral `A' to Cactus Ave Estimated total project cost: $15,677,000 Note: The -project is locally funded with local city funds and TUMF. The unusual programming of Perris Blvd as stated above results from the Perris project being originally a STIP funded project from the 2002 Discretionary STIP project call awarded to the city of Moreno Valley. The project was submitted as a joint project between Moreno Valley and Perris. When the California fiscal melt-down occurred a few years back that impacted the STIP, this project was . one of several that were back -filled with Regional STPL funds. Both projects were expected to clear with separate environmental documents. Since then, the city of Perris has agreed to take on lead agency responsibilities to implement the project. Moreno Valley and Perris now propose to complete the Perris Blvd widening between Ramon Expwy and Cactus Ave as two projects, but each will be completely locally funded. The projects will be re-scoped to adjust internal limits to be more consistent with the city boundaries. The basic revised project descriptions will now be as follows: Lead Agency: Perris Description: Widen Perris Blvd from 2 to 6 Through Lanes from Ramon Expressway to Northern City Limits (at approx Perris Valley Storm Drain — Lateral IV) Lead Agency: Moreno Valley Description: Widen Perris Blvd from 2 to 6 Through. Lanes from Southern City Limits (at approx Perris Valley Storm Drain — Lateral `B') to Cactus Ave The overall scope and limits for the entire project limits remain unchanged. Local city funds and TUMF will be used by both agencies to fund the projects. This leaves $3.184 million of STPL to reprogram. Because the project limits fall within each city, both cities are proposing to split the STPL and reprogram the funds to different projects. The city of Moreno .Valley is proposing to re -program their STPL portion to the SR60/Nason St IC improvement project which is already a federalized project. The city of Perris is exploring possible appropriate . projects to re -program their STPL portion. �r�poserd Parris Blvd 1Nhdenir►g 3 �aB Lapse txsieinsen RaTnc�na Facpw►Y. anti .Cactus Ave Both cities are evaluating the appropriate STPL division and will advise the TAC of their agreed split. However, because the STPL originates from a discretionary project call (2002 STIP Discretionary project call), the funds are discretionary and require approval of the TAC. and RCTC Board to complete all required re -programming.: actions. The TAC action for this item is to consider approval to reprogram Moreno Valley's STPL portion to their SR60/Nason St IC improvement project whichis federalized and already has STPL programmed for the project. RCTC supports Moreno Valley's proposed STPL re- programming action (specific amount still to be determined) based on Perris and Moreno Valley's agreed split for the funds which is currently being finalized. Staff will evaluate and bring forward at later TAC, the city of Perris' proposed_ re -programming :action: • L • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: City of Palm Springs' Request for Additional STPL STAFF RECOMMENDATION; This item requests the TAC approve the additional STPL funding that the city of Palm Springs. is requesting due to circumstances beyond their control and availability of STPL funding. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The attached letter from the city_ of Palm Springs, dated September 4, 2007, is requesting additional STPL funding on the Gene Autry Trail Railroad Bridge project. This project was originally approved for STIP discretionary funding and was subsequently reprogrammed with STPL funding. As indicated in the attached letter, the project has experienced a cost increase and delay as a result of the adjacent 1-10/Gene Autry Trail Interchange project and the Union Pacific Railroad's additional main line track project. The city is asking for an increase of the STPL funding from $1,540,000 to $4,038,020, a total increase of $2,498,020. Staff recommends approval of this increase as this represents a unique situation, which was the result of circumstances beyond the agencies control. There are sufficient funds available to fund the increase. . 81628 AM, SM City of Palm Springs Department of Public Works and Engineering 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way • Palm Springs, California 92262 Tel: (760) 323-R253 • Fax'. (760) 322-R360 • Web: www.ti_palm-springs.cams September 4, 2007 Riverside County Transportation Commission Attn: Shirley Medina, Program Manager P. O. Box 12008 Riverside, CA 92502-2208 ECEOVE CEP 07 2001 Tm�SIDE COUNTY ATION COMMISSION Re: Gene Autry Trail Railroad Bridge Project, City Project #01-04 Dear Shirley: 1 Pursuant to my recent conversation with Anne Mayer and our email correspondence, we are continuing to proceed with completion of the plans and specifications for the referenced project. The RT1P number for the project is RIV 010213. This project originally was a STIP Funded project, but was moved over to.STPL Funding several years ago when.RCTC did a.number of transfers. The original discretionary grant funding had a federal amount of $1540,000 which represented 70% of the cost estimate, at the time.. Since that time the following has. occurred: 1. Cost increases per the Caltrans Bridge Construction Cost Index, inflation of costs from 2000 to 2006 equals 71.3%. This represents a cost of $1,568,000 to the original $2.2million Project. 2. The Union Pacific Railroad is moving forward with its additional main line track and are requiring the piers adjacent to the track be constructed with an entire in -fill wall protection. This represents an increase of $1.5million to construct the reinforced concrete wall section. Further, the railroad informs us that they will be going to bid within one month and will not allow our work on this bridge while their contract is under way. Therefore, barring any delays in ,the railroad pmject, it appears we will be forced to wait until the railroad project has completed their work in the area of Gene Autry Trail. We will then be required, in addition to the walls mentioned above, to provide additional false work and flagmen at our projects' expense, for protection from this active third rail line. 3. The Palm Drive/Gene Autry Interchange Design is elevating the road profile of Gene Autry Trail from the Railroad Bridge to I-10 by several feel. This profile was not known at the time of application ifor. Federal : Funding for the Railroad Bridge, .but represents an increase of about $500,000 for additional roadway approach fill and construction.; • The total increases to the Construction costs, represented by the above three items is $3,568,600, bringing the total estimate to $5,768,600. Post Office Box 2743 • Palm Springs, California 92263-2743 Shirley Medina, RCTC GAT Bridge Widening, CP/101-04 Page 2 I am requesting that you place a request for additional STPL Funding on the TAC Agenda, and should a favorable recommendation come forward from the TAC, on to the Commission Agenda. This request is an increase in STPL Funding of $2,498,020 to the current federal amount of $1,540,000 resulting in a total federal funding amount of $4,038,020 which represents the same 70% federal share for the new cost estimate. Please let me know when this can be placed on the TAC Agenda, such that the project milestone report can be updated to reflect the revised funding and the RTIP amended. Sincerely, David J. Barakian Director of Public Works/City Engineer DJB/clr xc: Anne Mayer Marcus Fuller A presentation will be made but there is np attachment to-th0 agenda for item 10. 1 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11. • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006 RTIP Amendment Status Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item provides the TAC with a status update on the current amendments to the 2006 RTIP. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Amendment 10 Status: The below table is from the RTIP link on the SCAG website at http://www.scaq.ca.gov/rtip and provides a summary of the approved amendments to the 2006 RTIP. Amendments 1-9 now have been approved. Amendment 10 remains the only outstanding amendment under review. Amendment 10 is large formal amendment which will require FHWA approval. This amendment contains the new FY 07/08 transit projects from the FY 08 SRTP. Currently, SCAG is reviewing Amendment 10. The public review ,period should begin shortly as well. Approval of Amendment 10 is anticipated to occur around mid November, 2007. TT;n_port;?ion ?rar,p0,c • �`ng. �Fral trdr,ptz'tati:41 tq.,artAs. Ariatrpri:': ;hoods MoViirient,1: Mtaglev. #ajo• r Regionif-E.orritlor PtbnninQ:- .. .... • . Plairs and;RruQiSin"s Teofinical Rdvisary.IGorrimi4tce::I Reg ono.1. nipd ta6on'Improverioeaf:A:iuprain• .: .Rieolonal:Transportatron.Pfbe:.1. Soufllerp::l�aliforrtia RepionetlTS Aatiiteotii a :� TtanspurtdtiorrF.irian+x •Propiatni . Status of 2006 RTIP Amendments Fall 2007 Amendment -- Last Quarterly Amendment to the 2006 RTIP: Around late October or early November, the last quarterly amendment to the 2006 RTIP will occur. The amendment will be restricted to project changes that must occur to obligate funds before the end of federal fiscal year 2007/08 or to ensure the next federal action can occur. The Fall 2007 amendment is expected to be a small amendment (i.e. 10 or less projects form each County Transportation Commission). The Fall 2007 amendment is separate from the 2008` RTIP 'Update which will be occurring at the same time. Normal project updates affecting FY 2008/09 and beyond should be made through 2008 RTIP Update and not the Fall 2007 amendment to the 2006 RTIP. Project lead agencies that believe they will need to be included in the Fall 2007 amendment should contact RCTC as soon as possible and request the TIP sheet. �i� I . , �. _ i • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: September 17, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2008 RTIP Update Development, Call for Projects, and Workshop Announcement STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the. TAC and formally initiates: 1) Development of the 2008 RTIP; and 2) Notifies project lead agencies of the opportunity to review, update, and ,submit new projects for the 2008 the RTIP that are due back to RCTC by October 22, 2007; and 3) Announces the opportunity to attend a workshop in support of development of the 2008 RTIP. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Development of the 2008 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) has now begun. The County Transportation Commissions jointly develop the RTIP with the Metropolitan Planning Organization, SLAG. The RTIP must be developed and approved every two years or within six months after approval of a new Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The current 2006 RTP will expire on October 2, 2008. The new 2008 RTIP must be developed and approved by October 2, 2008 to ensure a conformity lapse does not occur, The RTIP implements the first six years of the long rang RTP. The active years of the 2008 RTIP will be from .FY 08/09 through FY 13/14. In the SCAG region, the RTIP represents an approximate $20 billion dollar investment to the transportation infrastructure and contains 2,000 plus projects among the six counties. Riverside County's portion equals approximately $2 billion and about 300 projects. Of the 300 projects, approximately 45 projects currently are interchange widening/improvement projects. A full new RTIP functions as an amendment to the RTP and provides an updated financial constraint and conformity finding. An RTIP Update amends the RTP Baseline/No Build and Tier II sections to the RTP. The RTIP must be financially constrained in order for it to be approved. Under SAFETEA LU, the first four years of the RTIP (FY 08/09 through 11/12) are financially constrained and all projects with programming in those years require a funding verification. A new RTIP results in an updated air conformity finding through the regional modeling analysis SCAG completes. The updated regional transportation conformity model only occurs through the bi-annual RTIP update or when a full RTP amendment occurs. Through the RTIP Update, project lead agencies have the opportunity to. add new projects, or re -scope existing capacity enhancing projects that require updated air conformity modeling analysis. - Over the past several years, the RTIP has evolved well beyond the "snap shot in time" picture of how the region will expend the various approved federal funds and the updated conformity finding for the approved RTP. Current uses of RTIP include: 1. A consistency validation tool as part of the NEPA sign -off process: 2. A checkbook of the region's federal funds. 3. A validation document used as part of the federal fund obligation process. 4. A source document for implementation and monitoring of transportation control measures (TCM) in support of the State Implementation Plan 5. As a consistency validation document as part of other federal transportation reviews and approvals. 2008 RTIP Development: Development of a new RTIP requires almost a year to complete. SCAG has initiated development of the 2008 RTIP and will utilize and completely new software program to manage and update RTIP projects. The first step requires project lead agencies to update their projects for removal; carry over, or inclusion in the 2008 RTIP. The current "TIP Sheet" will be eliminated and replaced with a new project sheet. A sample of the new project sheet is included with this item. As in the past; lead agencies will receive their project sheets and review them for accuracy in the following areas: 1. Correct lead agency that will implement the project and obligate the funds 2. Correct post mile limits if on the State Highway System 3. Correct environmental document and sign -off date 4. Correct, current project phase 5. Current project schedule 6. Correct, project description reflecting the correct location, limits, and .all major capacity enhancing scope elements and other major scope elements consistent with how the Project Report description will be stated. Note:. The :past space limitation in the description field has now been eliminated. 7. Correct and total accuratefunding to include the right funds in the right phase in the right year. Project Exhibits Required: In addition to the above review and update areas, project exhibits for all capacity enhancing projects and grade separation projects will be required as past of RCTC'ssubmission to SCAG. The purpose of the project exhibits is to ensure the project will be, correctly modeled. to satisfy the air conformity requirement. If not submitted, SCAG can reject the project for submission into the RTIP. A list of needed updated project exhibits has been 'included "with this item Presently, SCAG is still refining the new database for the 2008 RTIP. Once made available, lead agency project sheets will be sent out for review and 'update. Theprojectsheets along • with any new RTIP Project forms requested will be sent out shortly. The updated project sheets and/or RTIP New Project Forms are be due back to RCTC with all needed support documentation no later than October 22, 2007. RCTC's submission to SCAG is due no later than December 3, 2007. Projects Identified for Removal from the RTIP: Based on the current 2006 RTIP completion date identified for the project, numerous projects appear will be completed prior to October 2008 and have been identified to be removed from the RTIP through the 2008 RTIP Update. If the completion date is not accurate, then project needs to be carried over into the 2008 RTIP with updates as required to the seven areas listed in the RTIP development section. A copy of the project removal list is included with this item. If no input is received from the lead agency concerning the project, and the current completion date is stated before October 2008, then the project status will be changed to "completed" and the project will be removed from the 2008 RTIP. 2008 RTIP Workshops Scheduled: Due to the compressed review and update time for the 2008 RTIP, RCTC will hold multiple RTIP workshops during September. A copy of the RTIP workshop flyer has been included with this item. The workshop is intended for TAC representatives, agency staff, and consultants "involved or interested in how the RTIP process impacts the project delivery effort. Sign-up instructions are provided in the flyer. Attachments: 1. Sample 2008 RTIP Project Sheet 2. Project Exhibit Request List 3. Target Project Removal List 4. RCTC 2008 RTIP Workshop Flyer. 2008 RTIP Sample Project Sheet Sample of New Project Sheet that will replace the existing TIP sheet and be used to update projects for the 2008 RTI P Project Sheet 2006 Federal TIP (FY2006/2007-20112012) An Local Highway, State Highway, Transit Project ID : RIV050555 County Riverside Agency !:` RIVERSIDE. COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION(RCTC) item S Route 215 Pitt Begin': 38.30 Conform Cut:; TCM PM Erb 38.92 Air Basin SCAB Phase Engineering/Plans,Specificatwns and Estimates (PS&E) .Pi:ogrexn; ode - CAXT5 NEW CONNECTNS/CROSS TRAFFIC IMP wffCM: RS Second _. Third cftexiuind AE.1i tav C011 :AttealiDgites: AE€3 irijj Er ornptetion 12f3012o11 iin� 6 , Last Update 8/102007 3:39:10 PM; Use ttlPS tin A. Model No Error„Bac 7 pe FFIS_ Env. thic.Ils a 3/1/2002 20940001503 tea t hertge F�effsarr�: F teteet tlescription: Oit 1-2I5 (NIO EUCALYPTUS AVE TO SiO BOX SPRINGS RD) & SR30 (DA.Y ST TO SP.50J1-2151CT): 'RECOA STRUCT ICT TO PROVIDE 2 HO V DIRECT CONNECTOR UM (SR60 PM 1221to13.31)(EA:449311) MINOR CHG FUNDING Fund Type -- CIVIAQ - - - - - RIV CO SALES TAX. STATE CASH - IIP - 5T'ATECASH -RIP - -Total - - - Comrneids U7As f€scat Yesr Etta 20052006 2,213 `: 2313V - 2005/2006 287 200920I0 2009/2010 • PPlttts re 2,213 - 2,213 287` 23,483 . 23,983 23;� _ . . 8117 8,117 - V :31;600 34,100 s main 2006 Update: Cons added.1 HOV _ lane in each dir. Staged component- to 0121D_.. Eery cleared under 0121D. Prior Obligated CMAQ on 05/06 for PS&E. 0726/06 Chad per Caltrems HQ Comments for consistency .with 2006 STIP/CTIPS fund sources... 2008 RTIP Update Needed Capacity Enhancing Project Exhibits RCM Lead Agency RTIP ID # Description Exhibit on File Format Banning RIV031202 Cons 4 Ln (2 Ln ea dir.) Ramsey St Ext from Hathaway St. to Fields Rd. (Approx. 2.2 miles) Banning RIV060124 Sunset Ave S/O 1-10 IC - Cons new 4 Ln UC Grade Separation @ UPRR & Widening 2-6 Lns Banning RIV060.112 At 1-10/Sunset Ave UC -Ramp/Grade Mod. -Lower Sunset Ave & ramps grade, add NB right turn Ln to EB on ramp, recons SW and ramp terminals Beaumont RIV060115 At I-10/Oak Valley Pkwy IC - recons/widen IC from 2 to 6 Lns & widen ramps, add new EB/WB entry loop ramps (2 Lns), & add EB/WB Aux Lns. Blythe RIV031222 In Blythe on U.S. 95/Intake Blvd - widen from 2 to 4 Lns from Hobson to 14th & install signal at Hobson & Intake Blvd. Calimesa RIV060102 Widen County Line Rd 1 to 2 Lns from I-10 to Calimesa Blvd:, add dedicated right turn, widen SB Calimesa from 2 to 3 Lns. pdf file n Calimesa RIV060117 1-10/Singleton Rd IC - recon/widen IC 2 to 6 Lns & ramps Calimesa RIV060116 1-10/Cherry Valley Blvd. IC - recons/widen 2 to 6 Lns, ramps, add WB/EB Aux Lns, left turn pocket & intersection improvements Caltrans RIV010210 On 1-10 at E/O Apache Tr - cons new Morongo Pkwy. IC (4 Ins, ramps - 2 Lns), cons aux lane, widen Apache Tr. 3 to 5 Lns., & widen Seminole Dr 2 to 5 Lns. Caltrans 45600 On I-10 near Rancho Mirage from 1.5 Km W to 0.9 E of Ramon Rd IC - cons Bob Hope Dr Ext (6 Lns) W/a new diamond IC & modify Ramon RD IC & ramps Caltrans 354801 Jct Rte 15 to Valley Way UC - add 1 HOV & M/F Ln in ea dir & widen 5 UC's and 1 OH Caltrans RIV060101 At SR 86S/Airport Blvd. (Ave. 56) - cons new IC (3 Ln OC: 1 Ln 3ea dir + 1 median) & ramps (1 Ln), from approx Desert Cactus Dr to 57th Ave. 121 PDF Caltrans 45661 Near Corona on RTE 91 from Green River Dr IC to Rt. 71/91 separation - reconstruct/replace IC including OC widening 3 to 6 lanes and WB ramps widening Caltrans 0121 D On I-215/SR 91/SR 60, RIV I215 Corridor Imp project - from 60/91/215 Jct to 60/215 split - widen 6 to 8 Lns, including mainline/IC imp, add HOV, aux & SB truck climb Ln. Cathedra! City RIV011212 Ramon Rd. from Date Palm to E. City Limits, widen 4 to 6 Lns & Pavement rehab, & misc. street improvements Cathedral City RIV070302 Date Palm Dr. Widening from 2 to 6 Lns from 1-10 to Varner Rd. & Misc. Street Improvements (PA&ED/Pre-Design only) Cathedral City RIV031210 On SR 111/East Palm Cyn Dr - widen E. Palm Cyn from 4 to 6 Lns & cons missing gap S/W near east .& west CL Page 1 of 6 Lead Agency RTIP ID # Description Exhibit on File Format Coachella RIV011204 Dillon Rd. -cons 4 Ln grade separation over UPRR tracks & Indio/Grapefruit Blvd. (Hwy 111) Coachella RIV011209 Dillon Rd. widening from 2 to 4 Lns from Hwy 86 to 1-10 & assoc. road improvements Coachella RIV030901 On 1-10 (5.5 Km E/O Dillon Rd & 14.6 Km W/O Cactus City SRRA) - cons 6 Ln McNaughton Pkwy IC (3 Lns ea dir) & entry and exit ramps. �/ Corona RIV010209 Foothill Pkwy Wstly Ext. 4 Ln Rd from Lincoln Ave to Paseo Grande (approx. 2.5 miles) Corona RIV011237 Green River Rd Widening from 3 to 6 Lns from SR 91 So. Side Off/On Ramps to Dominguez Ranch Rd. Corona RIV011240 McKinley St. - Cons grade separation @ BNSF R/R Xing (Prel . Eng) Corona RIV011241 Auto Center Dr. - Cons 4 Ln OC Grade Separation over Exist. BNSF Tracks Corona RIV031203 Magnolia Ave. Corridor (Rimpau to 6th) _ Widen sections 2 to 6 and 4 to 6 Lns. Corona RIV060108 Main St. - add NB dedicated right -turn lane from SR 91 exit to ramp to Grand Blvd. & assoc improvements at Park-N- Ride lot. Corona RIV010208 ‘ Near Corona at 1-15/Cajalco Rd IC - Recons/realign & widen Cajalco Rd 2 to 6 Lns from Temescal Cyn to Bedford Cyn Rd & recons / widen ramps 1 to 2 Lns Corona RIV010207 At I-15/Ontario Ave IC - widen SB on and NB off ramps from 2 to 3 Lns and widen Ontario Ave from 4 to 6 Lns from Compton to State Indio 47520 At I-10/Jefferson St IC near Indio - recons/realign exis IC 2 to 6 Lns & widen Jefferson St. (non capacity = operational improvements) ? Indio RIV62032 In Indio on 1-10 @ Madison St. - cons new 4 Ln IC & Ramps (2 Lns) & widen Madison St 2 to 4 Lns from Ave 42 to approx. 600' beyond Indio Blvd. Indio RIV031211 On SR 111 -widen SR 111 from 4 to 6 Lns, install signals, construct/landscape median & S/D imp. From,Madison to Jefferson Lake Elsinore RIV010206 At 1-15/Railroad Cyn Rd IC - recons/widen UC 2 to 4 Lns (Summerhill Dr to Casino Rd), reconfigure ramps, add aux Lns & new NB entry + SB exit ramps Lake Elsinore RIV060109 I-15/SR 74 (Central Ave) Jct IC - modify/widen 2 to 6 Lns (Collier Cambers) & 2 left turn Lns, ramps 1 to 2 Lns, add NB/SB exit loop ramps, NB/SB Aux, Lns &signals La Quinta RIV031213 On SR 111 from Jefferson to Adams - widen from 4 to 6 Lns, cons shoulders, curbs, gutters, SNV, ADA ramps, and signal modifications . March JPA RIV060121 Van Buren Blvd., near MARB -widen from 4 to 6 Lns from , approx. 0.5 mi. W/O I-215 to Barton St March JPA . RIV060120 1;-21.5Nan Buren IC - recon/widen IC 2 to 4 Lns (Museum- Opportunity), add NB 3 Ln on ramps & widen ramps 1 to 2 & 3 Lns w/HOV entry Lns, add NB/SB aux Ln to Cactus El Page 2of6 Lead RTIP ID # Agency Description Exhibit on File Format Moreno Valley RIV041044 Perris Blvd. widening from 4 to 6 Lns. (Ramona Exp. To PVSD-Lat A) & 2 to 6 Lns (PVSD-LAT a to Cactus Ave), including associated road improvements Moreno RIV041045 Valley Perris Blvd. widening from 2 to 6 Lns from Ironwood to Manzanita, including assoc. road improvements ' Moreno Valley RIV060122 Heacock St. over Perris Valley SD (Approx 2.7 mi N/O Ramona X-way), replace 2 Ln bridge with a 4 Ln bridge Moreno Valley RIV041052 SR 60/Nason St IC + Morongo Beach Dr IC - widen Nason OC 2 to 4 Lns; Modify Moreno Beach DR IC - widen 2 to 6 Lns, realign / widen ramps, add WB on ramp, add EBNVB Aux Ln. Moreno Valley R1V050533 On 1-215 @ Cactus Ave IC near Moreno Valley - widen OC arterial 4 to 6 Lns bet. Ramps & modify ramps (PA&ED/Pre- Design) Murrieta RIV031204 Cons new 2 Ln Guava St. Bridge (400') over Murrieta Creek (Washington to Adams) Murrieta. RIV010204 At I-15/California Oaks Rd/Kalmia St IC - reconfigure ramps & widen Cal Oaks 4 to 6 Lns from UC to Cal Oaks. Plaza Murrieta RIV62040 On 1-215 @ Los Alamos Rd IC - recons/widen IC 2 to 6 Lns (3 Lns in ea direction) from Hancok to Whitewood. Rd & ramps widening Murrieta RIV010203 At 1-215/Clinton Keith Rd IC -cons partial Cloverleaf: widen OC 2 to 6 Lns, recons ramps & cons new NB/SB loop on ramps Murrieta RIV060104 On 1-215 @ Linnet Ln - cons new 4 Ln (2 Lns in ea dir) OC from McElwain to Meadowlark, including SNV and bike lanes Palm Desert RIV011201 Widening of Monterey Ave. from 4 to 6 Lanes & associated road improvements (Dinah Shore to Gerald Ford) Palm Desert RIV031209 At 1-10/Portola Ave - cons new 6 Lns (3 ea dir) Portola Ave IC & ramps from Dinah Shore to Varner, including Bridge over UPRR & realign/widen Varner 2 to 4 Lns Palm Springs RIV62000 Gene Autry Trail - widen 2 to 6 Lns from Vista Chino to Via Escuela & 2 to 4 Lns from Via Escuela to So. Side of Up R/R Bridge Palm Springs R1V000103 Cons Belardo Rd. Bridge & missing gap, parking lot & amenities for Indian Interpretive Ctr. @ Tahquitz Canyon Palm Springs RIV010213 At Gene Autry R/R Bridge, So. Side of I-10 @ Salvia Rd. to So. Side of R/R Bridge @ Whitewater Wash - Widen from 2 to 6 Lns. Palm Springs RIV011203 Widening of Indian Canyon Dr from 2 to 4 Lns @ grade (no bridge) from the UPRR bridge to Tramview Rd. (approx. 2 mi.) Palm Springs RIV031205 Widening of Ramon Rd from 4 to 6 Lns from El Cielo to Sunrise VVy (approx. 1 mi.) . . Palm Springs RIV031206 S. Palm Canyon Dr. over Arenas Cyn So. Drainage channel replace 2 Ln low-water crossing w/a new 4 Ln bridge & drainage improvements Palm Springs RIV060110 Widening of S. Palm Canyon Dr. from 2 to 4 Lns from Murray Cyn Rd to Bogert Tr. Page 3 of 6 Lead Agency RTIP ID # Description Exhibit on Fite Format Palm Springs Widening of Indian Cyn Dr 2 to 6 Lns (inc. UPRR bridge RIV990727 repllwid), from UPRR bridge to Garnet Rd. @ I-10 Palm Springs RIV62036 On 1-10 @ Indian Ave IC near Palm Springs - widen OC.2 to 6 Lns from 20th Ave to Garnett Ave & ramps 1 to 2 Lns. Perris RIV011205 Widening of Perris Blvd. from 2 to 4 Lns from Ramona X- Way to Perris Valley S/D (approx. 2 mi.) Perris RIV060111 At I-215/Ethanac IC in Perris - recon/modify IC from 2 to 4 Lns, modify/realign ramps, add signals & safety channelization improvements Riverside County RIV62015 NW Riv Co. @ River Road Bridge over Santa Ana River (0.27 mi. N/O Bluff St), replace exist. 2 Ln. bridge w/a 4 Ln bridge . Riverside County RIV010205 Near Murrieta - recons and widen Scott Rd .from 2 to 6 Lns between 1-215 and SR 79 (Winchester Rd) Riverside County RIV010221 Miles aver. from Coachella Valley SD Chnl to Clinton - reconstruct 4 Ln bridge over Channel/widen Rd. 2 to 4 Lns & on Clinton from Miles to Red Waring, widen 3 to 4 Lns Riverside County RIV011236 In Riv Co. & Murrieta - extend/cons Clinton Keith Rd. (6 Lns total - approx. 3.4 mi), with 2 bridges from Antelope to Winchester Rd. Riverside County RIV041043 Widen Reche Vista Dr 2 to 4 Lns (Heacock/Perris Blvd- Reche Cyn Rd); widen Reche Cyn 2 to 4 Lns (Reche Vista - Barton/Hunts), plus realign, signals, and medians Riverside County RIV050507 In Eastern Coachella Valley pave exist. Unpaved Avenue 54 (2 Lns & shoulders) from Pierce St. to All American Canal (approx. 0.5 mi) . Riverside County. RIV060123 On Clay St. approx. 0.5 mi E/O Van Buren and N/o Santa Ana River - cons Clay St UC under the UPRR Riverside County 45580 Near Palm Springs on I-10 @ Gene Autry Tr/Palm Dr IC from °I-10 IC So. To Salvia Rd. - widen 2 to 6 Lns, I=10 IC Imp. Modify ramps from 1 to 2 Lns. Riverside County 45590. On 1-10 in Cathedral City @ Date Palm Dr IC - Modify ICNViden OC & arterial, including UPRR bridge 2 to 6 Lns from N. ramps So. To Vista Chino & ramps from 1.to 2 Lns Riverside County RIV050531 On 1-15 S/O Temecula - cons new eastern bypass/1-15 IC (4 Lns) & ramps (1 Ln), & 4 Ln (2 Lns ea dir), .easterly connecting road (approx 2 mi) - Riverside County RIV62034 1-15/Clinton Keith Rd IC -recon /widen OC 2 to 6 Lns romps 1 & 2 Lns to 3 & 4 Lns, add NB/SB.Aux Lns Riverside County RIV050532 On 1-15 near the City of Norco - cons new Schleisman Rd IC (6 Lns) and ramps Riverside County RIV011233 At 1-15/Limonite Ave IC - widen IC 4 to 6 Lns, ramps 1 to 2 Lns, & widen Limonite Ave from Hamner to Wineville 4 to 6 Lns. (approx 1 mi) Riverside County 32750 In NW iv Co °� o ( ) ram R 2 NB Aux Lns tJct SR 60 & con 4 Ln Galena St. P connecting Rd from Hammer to Wineville Riverside County 46460 In wester Riv Cnty, on SR 79 - widen from 2 to 4 Lns from Thompson to Domenigoni Pkwy Page 4 of 6 Lead Agency RTIP ID # Description Exhibit on File Format Riverside County RIV011232 At I-215/Scott Rd IC near Murrieta - recons/widen IC from 2 to 6 Lns & ramps from 1 to 2 Lns. Riverside County RIV050534 -- — 1-215/Newport IC - recon/widen 4 to 6 Lns (Haun-Antelope), add NB & SB 2 Ln loop on ramps, recon NB+SB on/off ramps, widen SB on 2 to 3 Lns, add HOV Ln to NB & SB Riverside RIV011208 Widening of Van Buren Blvd from 4 to 6 Lns from Jackson to Santa Ana River, inc. dedicated right -run Lns @ major intersections Riverside RIV990703 Jurupa Ave & UPRR - cons underpass & close down Mt. View Ave. @ UPRR tracks. Riverside RIV990702 SR91 @ La. Sierra IC - recons IC to a spread diamond including Fwy OC and BNSF RR bridge widening (4 to 6 Lns), ramps widening, realign Diana Ave & Rd. imp. Riverside RIV0084 SR 91Nan Buren IC - recons/widen ramps 2 to 3 Lns, widen OC 4 to 6 Lns, and add new EB onramp (2 Lns) @ Indiana Ave. RCTC RIV031218 CETAP Corridor - Mid County Pkwy - Complete Env. Work Y RCTC RIV050301 Cetap Corridor - Orange Cnty - PA&ED & Pre -Design Work Y RCTC RIV070310 On 1-10 near Beaumont - add/cons new EB truck climbing Ln from San Bernardino CL to I-10/SR 60 Jet (PA&ED) RCTC 46360 In Riverside & Moreno Valley on SR 60 from RT 215 to Redlands Blvd. - add 2 HOV Lns. RCTC RIV070308 At SR 91/71 Jet - replace EB 91 to NB 71 connector w/direct fly -over connector, construct EB CD Lns (Green River to Serfas Club IC), construct WB Aux Ln (Serfas to Jet 71) RCTC RIV010212 On SR 91 - Adams to 60/215 IC - add HOV Lns, Aux Lns, bridge widening & replacements, EB/WB braided ramps, IC mod/recons + sound/ret. Walls RCTC RIV070305 On 1-215 in. SW Riv Co from 1-15/215 Jet to Scott Rd - cons a 3rd MF Ln inea direction (widen 1-215 from 4 to 6 MF Lns - 3 in ea direction) RCTC RIV070309 On 1-215 in SW Riv Co from Scott Rd. to Nuevo IC - cons a 3rd MF Ln in ea dir (widen 1-215 from 4 to 6 Lns - 3 in ea dir). RCTC RIV050501 1-215 @ SR 74/G ST IC - replace 2 Ln OC w/4 Ln OC & widen Redlands Ave., widen/realign ramps, modify 4th ST., and recons intersections. RCTC . RIV050555 1-215/SR60 East Junction HOV Direct Connector Lanes [l pdf file Temecula 991203 Extend Overland Dr (4 Lns) from Commerce Center to Avenida Alvarado/Diaz Rd Int., inc. cons of 4 Ln bridge over Murrieta Creek Temecula 991206 Butterfield Stage Rd. Ext. - Murrieta Hot Springs (4 Lns) BSR to Seraphina Rd. (BSR (4 Lns) Rancho Cal Rd to MHS Rd, & Nicholas Rd (4 Lns) to Calle Girasol Temecula RIV060113 Cons new 4 Ln Bridge over Murrieta Creek & associated road improvements Page 5 of 6 Lead Agency RTIP ID # Description ! Exhibit on File Format Temecula R1V060114 In SW Temecula design & cons 4 Ln Western Bypass Corridor (Ph I) - SR 79 So. To Rancho California Rd. Temecula RIV991210 Pechanga Pkwy from SR 79 to Pechanga Rd - widen 2 to 6 Lns & associated road improvements Temecula RIV62031 -15/SR 79 So IC - remove SB exit ramp, add new SB exit loop ramp, realign SB exit Ramp (2 Lns) W/Aux. Ln, widen SB entry 1 to 3 ,NB exit 1 to 4, NB entry 1 to 3 & recon SR 79 So. Temecula RIV031215 French Valley Pkwy Ice/Arterial Ph. - cons 6 Ln IC (Jefferson to Ynez) & ramps, NB/SB Aux Ln, CD Lns (3 Lns NB & SB) & modify Winchester Rd IC (1-215) Q PDF 3D animation Notes: 1. If the project will be completed prior to 10/1/08 and will be removed from the RTIP as a.completed project, a project exhibit is not required from the lead agency. 2. The optimal format for the project exhibit is an Adobe Acrobat pdf file. Page 6 of 6 • 2008 RTIP Update'a RCTC Projects Identified to be Removed from the RTIP' as Completed Projects through the 2008 RTIP Update m.04Cao,,, ,bo„Coani„ii;a„ RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Completion Date Project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks Note: Projects listed in the 2006 RTIP with a stated completion date before 10/1/08 have been identified as completed projects and are targeted for removal from the RTIP - Local Highways System Projects RIV031202 Banning Ramsey St 4 Lane Extension 9/30/2012 No Carry over with required updates RIV060124 Banning Sunset Ave UC 11/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates. Extend completion date across 2010 model year? RIV070301 Beaumont Oak Valley Pkwy © Noble Creek 9/30/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV031221 Blythe Lovekin Blvd Rehab 12/30/2008 ? Will project be completed beforey 10/1/08? RIV060102 Calimesa County Line Rd. Widening 6/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061101 Calimesa School Pedestrian Walkway - Ph. I 12/30/2008 No Carry Over with required updates RIV011212 Cathedral City Ramon Rd from Date Palm to East City Limits 2/28/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV050508 Cathedral City Windbreaks Ph V near Ramon Rd. 11/1/2007 ? Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV050509 Cathedral City Windbreaks Ph V near Date Palm Dr. 6/30/2008 No Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV070302 Cathedral City Date Palm Dr Widening 2 to 6 Lanes 3/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV52000 Cities & County Hwy Operation Improvements - LS 12/30/2007 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV52001 Cities & County Rehab & Recons Project - LS 12/30/2007 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV031223 Riverside County 2 Midcounty Roads - Old Elsinore & Redlands 12/30/2007 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RTIP: ID Lea_ d Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report. Stated Completion Date Project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks RIV070710 Cities & County Hwy Safety Improvement LS 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV011204 Coachella Dillon Rd - Construct 4 Ln Grade Sep 12/30/2007 Yes_ Is project an target schedule for completion? RIV011209 Coachella Dillon Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 Lanes 12/30/2006 Yes is project completed? RIV010209 Corona Foothill Parkway Construction 12/31 /2009 No - Carry over with required updates RIV010227 Corona ATMS & Regional ITS Ph, 1 & 2 12/31/2010 I No Carry over with required updates RIV011237 Corona Green River Rd Widening from 3 - 6 Lns 6/30/2007 ? Has project been completed? RIV011240 Corona McKinley St. Grade Sep @ BNSF Xing 10/25/2013 No Carry over with required updates RIV011241 Corona Auto Center Dr. - 4 Ln OC over BNSF RR 8/10/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV031203 Corona Magnolia Ave Corridor VUdening 12/30/2007 ? Is project Underway? RIV060108 Corona Main St, add NB dedicated right -in 12/31/2008 No Carry over with required updatesi RIV031230 CVAG Windbreaks Ph V - 5 locations 12/30/2006 Yes ? RIV050304 Desert Hot Spgs Pavement Rehab - Various streets 12/15/2006 Yes ? RIV061160 Desert Hot Spgs Essential Road Improvements - Ph. ll 3/1/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV0611.61 Desert Hot Spgs Essential Road Improvements - Ph. III 7/31/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV050503 - Indio Parking lot paving - Dr. Carreon & Bristol 8/29/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV050504 Indio ... Parking lot paving - Miles & King .St. 8/29/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV061.121 MJPA Van Buren Blvd Videning VV/0 1-215 9/2/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV011210 Moreno Valle y Reche Vista Dr Realignment g _ 12/31/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV041044 Moreno Valley Perris Blvd Widening (X-way to PVSD) 1-2/31/2009 No Carry over with required updates • • RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Date Project is Identified to be Removed moved from the 2008 RTIP Remarks RIV041045 Moreno Valley Perris Blvd Widening (Ironwood to Manzanita) 12/31/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV060122 Moreno Valley Heacock over PVSD - Bridge Repl. 6/30/2012 No Carry over with required updates RIV031204 Murrieta Guava Street Bridge (new cons) 12/31/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV011201 Palm Desert Monterey Ave. Widening (Dinah Shore to Gerald Ford) 8/30/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV62000 Palm Springs Gene Autry Tr. Widening (Vista Chino to Via Escuela) 12/30/2008 No 1 Carry over with required updates RIV000103 Palm Springs Belardo Rd Bridge & Missing Gap (new cons) 6/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV010213 Palm Springs Gene Autry Tr RR Bridge Widening 6/1/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV0.11203 Palm Springs Indian Canyon Drive Widening (2-4 Lns) 1/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV031205 Palm Springs Ramon Rd. Widening (4-6) from El Cielo to Sunrise Way 6/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV031206 Palm Springs S. Palm Cyn over Arenas Cyn - Low Water Crossing Replacement 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV050505 Palm Springs Avenida Caballeros Shoulder Paving Imp 12/30/2006 Yes Is project completed? RIV060110 Palm Springs S. Palm Cyn Dr Widening (2-4) from Murray Cyn to Bogart Tr. 6/30/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV070306 Palm Springs San Lorenzo Rd. shoulder Paving Imp, 10/31/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV990727 Palm Springs Indian Cyn Dr Widening (2-6) from UPRR Bridge to Garnet Rd. @ 1-10 9/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV011205 Perris In Moreno Valley/Perris- Widen Perris Blvd (2-4) from X-way to PVSD 5/1/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV62015 Riverside County River Rd Bridge over SAR - Bridge Repl (2- 4) 3/2S/2009 No y Carry over with required updates RIV010205 Riverside County Scott Rd Recons (2-6) bet 1-215 & SR 79 6/15/2009 No Carry over with required updates RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Completion Date .: Project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks - RIV010221 _ Riverside County Miles Ave from Coachella Walley Storm Channel to Clinton - Bridge Widening 4/15/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV011236 Riverside County Clinton Keith Rd Ext. from Antelope to Winchester Rd (SR 79) 4/15/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV031226 Riverside County De Frain Blvd. Rehab & St Imp - Hobson to 6th Ave. 11/15/2QQ9 No Carry over with required updates RIV041043 Riverside County Reche Vista Dr Widening (2-4) 3/31 /2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV050507 ` Riverside County Ave 54. Paving (new) from Pierce to All American Canal . 12/30/2006 Yes Is project completed? RIV060123 Riverside County Clay St E/4 Van Buren Blvd & N/0 Santa Ana River UC under the UPRR (Pre- design) 10/29/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV070701 Riverside County High Risk Rural Road LS 6/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV070702 Riverside County Near SR 60 & Beaumont W/0 Jct SR60/1- 10 - new Potrer_o Blvd. 4 Ln. (2 in ea dir) from SR 60 S&E to SR 79 (Pre -design) 6/30/2013 No Carry over with required updates RIV011208 Riverside County Van Buren Blvd Widening (4-6) from Jackson to Santa Ana River 8/30/2007 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV050502 Riverside Grade Separation Imp Planning Act: 6/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV070703 Riverside Iowa Ave. new 4-Ln (non -capacity) Grade Sep bet Springs St & Palmyrita Ave 6/30/2011 No 1 Carry over with required updates R1V990703 Riverside Jurupa Ave & UPRR - New underpass 9/1/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV62047 ROTC SB 45 Plannin 9 : _ 3/1/2008 Yes Allocation & obligation scheduled for 3/1/2008 - - RIV031218 RCTC CETAP Mid Co Prkw Env Studies & Route Alt - SR 79 thru Lake Mathews/Mead . Valley to 1-15. 6/30/2009. - No Carry over with required updates • RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Completion Date project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks RIV041047 RCTC TE Lump Sum - Countywide 12/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV050101 RCTC AB 3090 Reimbursement (PP&M) 9/30/2008 Yes RIV050301 RCTC CETAP Riverside to Orange Cnty Corridor - PA&ED,& Pre -Design work 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061162 UCR - CE-CERT UCR Intellishare System 6/15/2007 Yes , Is project completed? RIV990314 RCTC CETAP - Planning Studies for 4 corridors 6/30/2007 Yes Is project completed? 991203 Temecula Overland Dr. Ext (4 Lns) - Commerce Ctr Dr to Ave Alvarado/Diaz Rd. 1 /15/2011 No Carry over with required updates 991206 Temecula Butterfield Stage Rd Extension 6/30/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV031216 Temecula Pavement Rehab - Various streets 7/15/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule far completion? RIV060113 Temecula New 4 Ln Bridge over Murrieta Creek 12/31/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV060114 Temecula 4 Ln Western Bypass Corridor - SR 79 So to Rancho California Rd 6/30/2013 No Carry over with required updates RIV991210 Temecula Pechanga Pkwy Widening (2-6) form SR79 to Pechanga Rd. 1/31/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV050201 Various Agencies HBRR Local Bridge L.S Program 2004/05 12/31/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV060.119 State Highway;-ystem R1V070310 Various Agencies Projects RCTC Indian Reservation Roads Imp - FY 04-05 through 06/07 On 1-10 near Beaumont - cons new EB Truck Climbing Ln from San Bernardino Co Line to 1-10/SR 60 Jct (PA&ED) 6/30/2008 9/30/2014 Yes No Carry over with required updates RIV060117 Calimesa 1-10/Singleton Rd. IC 12/31/2008 No Carry over with required updates J RIV060116 Calimesa I-10/Cherry Valley Blvd IC 1/31/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV060115 Beaumont 1-10/0akVailey Pkwy 1C 4/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates , RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Completion Date Project is i Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks RIV060112 Banning I-10/Sunset Ave. UC - Ramp/Grade Mod 12/31/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV010210 Caltrans 1-10 at E/O Apache Tr - New Morongo Pkwy IC 12/1/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV62036 Palm Springs . 1-10 @ Indian Ave. IC Near Palm Springs 12/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates 45580 Riverside County Near Palm Springs on 1-10 @ Gene Autry Tr/Palm Dr IC from 1-10 IC So to Salvia Rd. 3/15/2009 No Carry over with required updates 45590 Riverside County On 1-10 in Cathedral City @ Date Palm Dr. 1C Improvements 7/15/2009 No Carry over with required updates 45600 Caltrans On 1-10 near Rancho Mirage - Cons Bob Hope Dr. Ext (6 Lns) 5/31/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV031208 Palm Desert At I-10/Monterey Ave IC - Reconfigure IC 12/1/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV031209 Palm Desert At I-10/Portola Ave - Cons new 6 Ln Portola Ave IC & Ramps 10/1/2012 No Carry over with required updates 47520 Indio At 1-1'0/Jefferson St IC near Indio, Recons/Realign exist. IC 2-6 Lanes 3/1/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV62032 Indio 1-10 @ Madison St. - Cons new 4 Ln IC & Ramps 12/1/2011 No Carry over with required updates R1V030901 Coachella On I-10 Cons McNaughton Pk wy IC 7/30/2010 No i Carry over with required updates RIV050531 Riverside County 1-15 S/O Temecula - New Eastern Bypass/I. 15 IC 6/30/2013 No Carry over with required updates RIV061,163 . _ Caltrans... On 1-15 & I-215 - Install 75 Vehicle Detection Stations - 3/31/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV62031 Temecula -15/SR 79 So IC - Exit and Entry Ramp Improvements: 12/15/2010 No Carry over with required updates R1V031215 Temecula French Valley Parkway IC/Arterial Ph 6/30/2012 No Carry over with required updates 99.1202 Temecula French Valley Parkway- Ph I 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Completion Date Project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks RIV010204 Murrieta At I-15/California Oaks/Kalmia St. IC -. ramps reconfiguration 11/1/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV62034 Riverside County -15/Clinton Keith Rd Ice Recons & Wid, 6/30/2009 No Carry. over with required updates RIV010206 Lake Elsinore At I-15/RR Cyn Rd IC - Recon & Wid. 7/31/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV060109 Lake Elsinore I-15/SR 74 (Central Ave) Jct IC Imp 4/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV010208 Corona 1-15/Cajalco Rd IC - Recons/Realign & Widening 12/1/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV060105 Corona 1-15/EI Cerrito Rd IC - Recons & Modify Ramps 9/30/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for 1 completion? RIV010207 Corona 1-15/Ontario Ave IC - Widening Imp. 12/31/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV020907 Caltrans I-15/Magnolia Ave IC Improvements 6/29/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV050532 Riverside County 1-15 near City of Norco - New Schleisman Rd IC 6/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV011233 Riverside County I-15/Limonite Ave IC Widening 6/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates 32750 Riverside County I-15/Galeana St - Cons New IC 3/31/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV070303 ROTC SR 60 FSP Exp Svc bet Milliken & Main 2/28/2010 No Carry over with required updates 354801 Caltrans Jct Rte 15 to Valley Way UC Imp 4/1/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV990701 Riverside County SR 60Nalley Way IC - On/Off Ramps Imp 4/15/2009 No Carry over with required updates 46360 RCTC SR 60 from Rt 215 to Redlands Blvd - Add 2 HOV Lanes 6/30/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV061164 Caltrans SR 60 in MV from Day to Redlands - Change HOV signs to allow PT off-peak SOV use 9/30/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV070307 RCTC SR60 in MV FSP Exp bet Day & Redlands Blvd 7/31/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV041052 Moreno Valley SR 60/Nason ST IC + Moreno Valley IC Imp 3/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Completion Date Project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks RIV32300 Moreno Valley SR 60/Nason St IC - Modify/Recons IC 10/6/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV050535 Beaumont SR 60 @ approx PM 28.90 - New 6 Ln IC & Ramps (PA&ED//Pre Design) 6/30/2013 No Carry over with required updates RIV031225 Caltrans SR71 & SR 91 - Wildlife Movement Study for Mitigation SR71/9.1 :Imp 12/30/2006 Yes Is study completed? RIV990709 Perris New TS @ 4th & Redlands 4/1/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV050517 ROTC SR 74 from Calvert to California - Curve Realignment & Pavement Widening 6/30/2011 No Carry over with required updatesi 46.460 Riverside County SR 79 Widening 2-4 Lns from Thompson to Domenigoni Pkwy 4/15/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV62024 RCTC PA&Ed Realignment Alt- S/O Domenigoni Pkwy to Gilman Springs Rd 5/1/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV62029 Temecula Hwy 79 So & La Paz St - Park-N-Ride Lot 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV060101 Caltrans SR 86S/Airport Blvd - Cons new IC 11/30/2011 No . Carry over with required updates RIV061159 Coachella SR 86/Ave 50 - Cons 4 Ln IC & Ramps - 10/31 /2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV991208 Caltrans_ Rt 86 in Coachella Valley - Visual Mitigation Planting 12/1/2006 Yes Is project completed? RIV070308 RCTO SR 91/71 Jct - Direct Fly -Over Connector 2/18/2016 No Carry over with required updates 46661 .Caltrans ' Rt91from Green River IC to Rt 71/91 Sep 12/3.0/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV050102 Caltrans ..: Green River Rd Landscape Enhancements 9/1/2012 No Carry over with required updates - RIV060118 Caltrans SR 91 through Corona-- Restripe EB inside shoulder to provide Aux Ln - SR 91/7.1 to Serfas Club Dr 8/31/2009 - No Carry over with required updates RIV060106 Corona SR 91/Serfas Club Dr IC - Widen UC Art 12/31/2008 Garry over with required updates • • RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Completion Date Project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks RIV010225 Corona At Lincoln/SR 91 - Widening & St Imp 12/31/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV060107 Corona At SR 91/Main ST IC Improvements 12/31/2008 No Carry over with required updates 43530 Ca!trans SR 91 from Magnolia to Mary St. - 5 Aux Lanes 2/1/2008 Yes Is the project on target schedule for completion? RIV990702 Riverside SR 91 @ La Sierra Ave IC - Recon IC 6/30/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV0084 Riverside SR 91Nan Buren Blvd IC - Recons/Widen Improvements 11/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV010212 RCTC SR 91 - Adams to 60/91/215 IC - Add HOV Lns, Aux Lns, & Bridge Wid Repl. 6/1/2015 No Carry over with required updates RIV031222 Blythe U.S. 95/Intake Blvd Widening from Hobson to 14th St, 6/1/2008 Yes Is project on target schedule for completion? RIV031211 Indio SR 111 Widening (4-6) from Madison to Jefferson 10/30/2007 Yes Is project UC and on target for completion? RIV031213 La Quinta SR 111 from Jefferson to Adams Widening (4-6) & other Improvements 3/31/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV031214 La Quinta SR 111 from Washington to West CL - Channelization/Safety Imp. 8/1/2007 Yes --, Is project completed? RIV031210 Cathedral City SR 111/East Palm Cy.n Dr Widening (4-6) 5/31/2008 Yes Is project an target schedule for completion? RIV031219 RCTC CETAP - Winchester to Temecula Corridor (PA&ED) 6/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV070305 RCTC On 1-215 from 1-15/215 Jct to Scott Rd - Construct a 3rd MFL in ea direction ? No Pending response from Marlin J RIV62040 Murrieta On 1-215 @ Los Alamos RD IC - ReconsNViden IC from m Hancock to Whitewood 7/30/2007 Yes Is project completed? RIV010203 Murrieta At I-215/Clinton Keith Rd IC - Cons partial Cloverleaf 2/28/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV060104 Murrieta On 1-215 @ Linnel Ln - Cons new 4 Ln OC from McElwain to Meadowlark Ln. 1 12/31/2008 No Carry over with required updates RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP or Milestone Report Stated Completion Date Project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks RIV011232 Riverside County At I-215/Scott Rd, IC - Recons/Widen IC from 2-6 Lns & ramps from-1-2 Lns 12/31/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV070309. RCTC On 1-215 in SW Riv Co from 1-15/215 from Scott to Nuevo IC - Cons a 3rd MFL in ea direction_. - ? No Pending response from Marlin RIV050534 Riverside County -215/Newport Rd Ice - Recons/Widen Imp 6/30/2011 No Carty over with required updates RIV060111 Perris At 1-215/Ethanac Rd IC - Recons/Modify Interchange 1/31/2012 No Carry over with required updates RIV050501 RCTC 1-215 @ SR 74/G St IC Improvements 10/15I2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV070304 RCTC On I-215 in SW Riv Co. Implement new I- 215 FSP Bet SR 74/4th St. & Alessandro Blvd 6/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV060120 MJPA I-215/Van Buren Blvd IC - ReconsNViden IC (2-4 Lns) 1/14/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV050533 Moreno Valley 1-215 @ Cactus Ave IC near Moreno Valley - Widen OC Arterial (4-6 Lns) 6/30/2013 No Carry over with required updates 0121 D Caltrans - -215/SR 91/SR 60, Riv 1-215 Cor Imp 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV030642 RCTC AB3090 Reimbursement Project 6/30/2016 No Carry over with required updates RIV050555 RCTC On 1-215 & SR 60 -Recons Jct to provide 2 HOV Director Lns . 2/16/2009 No Carryover with required _updates RIVLS01 Caltrans SHOPP - Collision Reduction Project LS 12/31/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIVLS02 Ca!trans SHOPP - Roadway _Preservation LS 12/31/2019 No Carry over with required updates RIVLS06 Caltrans SHOPP - Bridge Preservation LS 12/31/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIVLS07 Caltrans SHOPP -Emergency Response LS 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIVLS08.. Caltrans MinorProjectsLS - Consistent w/40 CFR 6/30/2009 No , Carry over with required updates salepdn paw -lbw pmJantined °N - l40Z/6£/Zl Sl sloefoid sampueW- dd01-IS sueallea '`60S1nfb s)!aewe d dill! 800Z au3 woa; panowaa aq of pailguapl s1 pafoad a�eo uoiaidwoa pawls liodad auolsaliW ao d11. 1 900Z uo4dposea AquaBy peal a1 d112i • 2008 RTIP UPDATE`- TRANSIT PROJECTS IDENTIFIED TO BE REMOVED . �c rC�T FROM THE RTIP AS COMPLETED PROJECTS THROUGH THE 2008 RTIP UPDATE ! County Ts_ RTIP ID Lead Agency Description 2006 RTIP Stated. Completion Date Project is Identified to be Removed from the 2008 RTIP Remarks Note: Projects listed in the 2006 RTIP with a stated completion date before 10/1/08 have been identified as completed projects and are Targecea Tor removal rrom me KJ IF Transit System City of Corona Projects RIV050513 Corona Purchase 3 replacement CNG buses for Corona Cruiser Blue & Red fixed route lines (FY 06 5307) 12/31/2006 Yes Were vehicles purchased? RIV050514 Corona 2 Replacement Gas/Diesel 16-18 Pass D- A-R Paratransit buses wllifts (FY 06 5307) 12/31/2006 Yes Were vehicles purchased? RIV050515 Corona Security cameras & related hardware/software for 14 revenue vehicles 6/30/2007 Yes Was equipment purchased and installed? RIV050516 Corona Capitalized Preventative Maintenance (FY 07 5307) (UZA=RIV-SAN) 12/30/2007 Yes RIV061103. _ Corona Capitalized Preventative. Maitnenance (FY 09 5307) 12/30/2009 _ No Carry over with required updates RIV061104 : Corona 5 Replacement D A-R 16-18 Passenger, gas/diesel buses w/lifts & other equip. 6/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates City of Hemet _ R1V990708 Hemet Construct transportation/transit center/park- n-ride lot @ Harvard & Latham 12/1/2004 Yes Completed? Riverside County Transportation Commission RIV010514 " ROTC SCRRA Rehab & renovation of track rolling stock signal structure (FY 02/03 5307) 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV010516 :_ - RCTC _ SCRRA.Inland Empire Maintenance _ Facility `(RCTC's portion) 12/31/2006 . Yes Completed? RIV011211 RCTC New Parking. Structure at N. Corona Metrolink Station (FY 07 5307) 6/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates • RIV030633 RCTC SCRRA Rehab & renovation of track & rolling stock signal structure (FY 03/04 5307) 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV030634 RCTC New commuter train storage & maint facility (FY 04 5307) 12/31/2010 No Carryover with required updates RIV031228 ROTC SCRRA Rehab & Renovation of track & rolling stock signal structure (FY 0.5 5307) 12/30/2007 Yes Is project on target for completion? RIV041034 RCTC SCRRA Rehab & Renovation of track & rolling stock signal structure (FY 06 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV050$25 RCTC RCTC Share to SCRRA EPIS (FY 0.6 SRTP) 6/30/2008 Yes Is project on target for completion? , RIV050526 RCTC RCTC share of OCTA's FY06 Rehab & Renovation (FY 06.5307) 12/30/2007 - Yes Is project on target for completion? -" RIV050528 RCTC RCTC local matching share to SCRRA towards 5 new ticket vending machines (FY 06 SRTP) 6/30/2007 Yes J Completed? i RIV050530 RCTC SCRRA Rehab & Renovation of track & rolling stock signal structure (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV051201 RCTC Implement new 60 space Park & Ride Lot (lease agmt) @ Faith Bible Church in Corona (TCM subs for Corona's 3 exp buses) - XRIV 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061143 RCTC RCTC's share of OCTA's FY 07 Rehab & Renovation (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061144 RCTC Funding to build new commuter train storage & maintenance facilities (FY 07 5307 Share) 12/31/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV061145 RCTC SCRRA Rehab & Renovation of track & rolling stock signal structure (RCTC's FY 08 Portion) (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV520109 RCTC Reconstruct & upgrade San Jacinto Branch Line for rail passenger svc (Perris Valley Line) (FY 07 5307) 9/30/2012 No Carry over with required updates RIV520111 RCTC Regional Rideshare through 2008/2009 (XRIV, STPL, & STP-RIP) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates . �. f RIV020902 w � r 2a � � ,� RCTC �� �z�. � ��' .�. .. � � z.4 Misr �� . ,�qY' a...:.. 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Medium bus & 2 radios (5310 FY 02/03) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates, ., RCTC Purchase of expansion buses (2) &RIV030902 minivan (1) for Exceed (5310 FY 03/04) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV030903 RCTC Purchase replacement vehicles for Exceed: 1 mid size bus, 2 small buses, and 2 mini vans (5310 _FY 03/04) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV030905 RCTC Purchase 2 expansion modified vans for Desert Samaritans for the Elderly (5310 FY 03/04) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV050302 RCTC Purchase 1 exp med size bus for Angel View Crippled Children's Foundation (5310 FY 04/05) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV050303 RCTC Purchase 1 replacement modified van for Moreno Valley Senior Center (5310 FY 04/05) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV051001 RCTC Purchase of 1 replacement vehicle w/lift & tiedowns for angel view Crippled Children's Foundation (5310 FY 05/06) 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV051002 RCTC Purchase 3 replacement modified vans & maintenance equipment for Peppermint Ridge (5310 FY 05/06) 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV051003 __.... _ RCTC Purchase 1 replacement minivan & 1 modified van for Care -A -Van Transit, Inc. (5310 FY 05/06 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV051004 RCTC Purchase 3 replacement minivans & 1 modified van for Desert Healthcare Foundation (5310 FY 05/06) 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV051006 RCTC Purchase 1 exp. Large bus w/lift & tiedowns for Care Connexus, Inc. (5310 FY 05/06) 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV060202 RCTC °. Purchase 2 exp larger buses for Foundation for the Retarded of the Desert (5310 FY 05/06) 6/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates R1V060203 RCTC Purchase 1 replacement larger bus for Foundation for the Retarded of the Desert (5310 FY 05/06) 6/30/2009 . No Carry over with required updates • duo! aldwno mi. la6ael uo pafoad sI seA 900Z/0£/9 (LOU LO Ad) aoueuemew yen aoj /(eq ao!naas papuedxa pna}suo0 - seovues lepeds AN god ap!saanN }o Apo trZ9090Al2:1 4uonaldwoo aoj la6ael uo pafoad sI saA LOOZ/0£/Z (LO£9 LO Ad) saavuaS le!oadS n!H MI. wawd!nba ao!jo luawaoeldei aseyoand ap!s�an! 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RIV031207 RTA Construct new Corona Transit Center @ 31 E. Grand Blvd (5309c FY03+04+06) (E- 2006-Busp-080) 6/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV041009 RTA Debt Financing (FY 04/05 portion) for 57 transit coaches, 25 replacement, 32 exp (FY 05 5307)) 12/30/2006 - Yes Completed? RIV041010 RTA Purchase 31 replacement (gas/diesel) paratransit D-A-R vehicles w/lift (FY 05 5307) 12/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV041012 RTA Comprehensive operational analysis study (FY 05 5307) 12/31/2006 Yes Completed? RIV041014 RTA Purchase route scheduling/runcutting system & software for automated scheduling for operations (FY 05 5307) 12/31/2008 No Carry over with required updates' RIV041015 RTA Purchase & install 10 APCs on contracted vehicles (FY 05 5307) . 12/31/2007 Yes ' Completed? RIV041021 RTA BRT Enhancements (FY 0-5 5307) 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV041027. RTA Capitalized preventative maintenance (FY 06-5307, UZA: RIV-SAN) 12/30/2006 Yes Completed? RIV041028 RTA BRT Amenities for various BRT stops 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV041029 RTA New Riverside.Transit-Center in the vicinity of Downtown Metrolink (5309c FY 03+04+06, E-2006-BUSP-156, Earmarks) (FY 08 5307) 6/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV041030 RTA Construct new Hemet Transit Center @ _. 200 E. Menlo (5309c FY 04+05 Earmarks) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates • RIV050536 RTA Operating assistance -fixed route & D-A-R (FY 06 5307 - Hemet/San Jacinto UZA) 9/30/2007 Yes Is project on track for timely completion? RIV050537 RTA Capitalized cost of contracting (FY 06 5307, UZA's: RIV-SAN + TEM/IVIURR) 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV050538 RTA Debt financing (FY 05/06 portion) for 57 transit coaches - 25 replacements & 32 exp (FY 06 5307, UZA: RIV-SAN) 9/30/2007 Yes Is project on track for timely completion? RIV050539 RTA Purchase new computer serves & software upgrades (FY 06 5307) . 12/30/2006 Yes Completed? RIV050540 RTA BRT Amenities (HR4818 FY 05 Earmark) 9/30/2007 Yes H Completed? RIV050541 RTA FY 06/07 Operating Assistance - fixed route & D-A-R (FY 07 5307 - Hemet/San Jacinto UZA) 9/30/2008 Yes Is project on track for timely completion? RIV050542 RTA Capitalized preventative maintenance (FY 07 5307, UZA: Tem/Murr) 12/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV050543 RTA Capitalized cost of tire lease (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) 9/30/2Q0$ Yes Is project on track for timely completion? RIV050544 RTA Debt financing FY 06/07 - 57 transit coaches, 25 replacements & 32 expansion (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RN-SAN) 9/30/2008 Yes Is project on track for timely completion? RIV050553 - RTA New Temecula Transit Center along Ynez about 0,5 Mi. N/O Winchester Rd (SR 79) (5309C, Agency & WRVTUMF) 12/30/2011 No Carry over with required updates RIV050554 RTA Bus stop amenities to rehab various existing stops/shelters (FY 06 5307, UZA: RIV-SAN) (TE) 9/30/2007 Yes Is project on track for timely completion? RIV050556 RTA BRT Enhancements (FY 06 5307 UZA: Tem/Murr) (TE) 9/30/2007 Yes Is project on track for timely completion? RIV051005 RTA Purchase of 10 New Expansion Minivans (5310 FY 05/06) 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV051007 RTA New Moreno Valley Multi -Modal Transit Center @ 14211 Meridian Pkwy 10/15/2009 No 1 Carry over with required updates, RIV051008 RTA Install Multi -Jurisdictional ATIS @ transit centers & high traffic corridor bus stops (Magnolia Corridor Phase) 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV061108 RTA Purchase 23 replacement Type 2 Para Transit Vehicles w/lifts & accessories (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061109 RTA Purchase 2 replacement support trucks & lease 5 replacement support cars (FY 05 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061111 RTA Bus stop amenities &- expand existing stops/shelters (FY 07+0$ 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061112 RTA Purchase rolling stock capital parts (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061113 RTA Purchase replacement shop equipment (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061114 RTA Misc administrative equipment (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV0611.15 RTA Support facilities repairs (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No 7 Carry over with required updates RIV061116 RTA Maintenance support upgrades @ RTA Riverside Maintenance Facility (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061117 RTA Yard &shop facility repairs at Riverside & Hemet facilities (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV0611.18 RTA Purchase 13 GFI Odyssey Fareboxes (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates' RIV061119 RTA Lease cost of APC units installed on buses (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061120 RTA Purchase ADP Hard/Software (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No ' Carry over with required updates RIV061121 RTA Install ATIS on various fixed route vehicles (SAFETEA LU Earmark # 171, E-2006- BUSP-157) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with. required updates RIV061122 RTA Purchase ADP hardware computer equipment (FY 07 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061123 RTA Upgraded rural area bus stops ` 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061124 RTA Operating assistance - fixed route & D-A-R iFY 08 5307) 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required_ updates RIV061125 RTA Capitalized Preventative Maintenance (FY . 08 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required. updates RIV061126 _ RTA Purchase one replacement full-sized bus (Earmark # E-2004-BUSP-038) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates • RIV061127 RTA Purchase 42 replacement Paratransit vehicles (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates' j i RIV061128 RTA Purchase one replacement full size bus (Earmarks E2006-BUSP-072 & E2007- BUSP-052) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates; RIV061129 RTA Purchase 4 replacement support cars & 4 replacement support trucks (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No I Carry over with required updates.! RIV061130 RTA Debt financing (FY 07/08 portion) for 57 transit coaches, 25 replacement & 32 expansion (FY 08 5307) 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061131 RTA Bus stop amenities (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No 1 Carry over with required updates; a RIV061132 RTA Capital maintenance spares -purchase rolling stock capital parts (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates; J RIV061133 RTA Capitalized cost of tire lease (FY 08 5307) 9/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates] RIV061134 RTA Purchase new coin counting machine for the Riverside facility (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates; RIV061135 RTA Install ATIS on various fixed route vehicles & at approx 60 stops (SAFETEA LU #171, E-2007-BUSP-0107) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061136 RTA Purchase IT office equipment (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061137 RTA Purchase new shop equipment (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No 1 Carry over with required updates, RIV061138 RTA Facilities improvements @ existing RTA Riverside &Hemet facilities (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061139 RTA Replacement office furniture for Riverside & Hemet Adm facilities (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061140 RTA Purchase new HVAC for RTA Maintenance facility (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061141 RTA Purchase 53 GFI Odyssey fareboxes (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061142 RTA Purchase Direct TV & WIFI on commuter link for enhanced commuter travel (FY 08 5307). 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV070705 RTA Purchase 5 expansion Paratransit Type II vehicles (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates! RIV070706 - RTA Refurbish/recondition 5 existing CNG trolley vehicles to improve reliability (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates! ! RIV070707 RTA Purchase various equipment for existing bus stops_ (FY 08 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV990724 RTA Purchase 10 expansion support vehicles (FY 03 5307) 12/30/2006 Yes Completed? RIV990902 SCAG RIV62103 RTA SCAG Construct new multimodal transit facility @ 4th & D Streets (5309c, .TDA4, & WRVTUMF ITS Project - autmotated vehicle locator, global positioning sat, and mobile data terminals (5207, 5309c, Agency & TDA4) 6/30/2007 9/1/2005 Yes Yes Expected tobe carried over with required updates Completed? SCRRA RIV010214 SCRRA ROTC share of purchase of Metrolink cars & locomotives - up to 47 cars/cabs & 8 locos - to be ordered by 6/30/2006 (FY 03 & 04 5307) 6/30/2010 No Carry over with required updates RIV011242 SunL.ine Transit 62126 SCRRA .... _.. Agency Sunline Transit Purchase expansion rolling stock - 2 cab cars & 3 locomotives for Metrolink IEOC & Riverside/Fullerton (EA: RIVFUL, PPNO: 0079E. ..: Purchase 7: replacement CNG 40' buses ( FY 02/03 (3) & 03/04 (4)} 12/30/2009 6/30/2007 No . Yes Carry over with required updates Completed? 990904 Sunline Transit Capital funds for preventative maintenance 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV21241 Sunline Transit. Operating assistance for fixed route and DAR for FY's 02/03 - 03/04, including vehicle Maintenance 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV32254 Sunline Transit Facility improvements - renovations of structures 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? RIV32255 Sunline Transit Purchase computer & office equipment 6/30/2007 Yes Completed? 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R1V061148 Sunline Transit Purchase 1 replacement med-size bus (FY 06/07, 5310) 6/30/2010 No --a Carry over with required updates R1V061151 Sunline Transit Purchase 10 replacement alt-fuel buses - (FY 07, 5307 & SAFETEA LU Earmark # 45, E-2006-BUSP-148) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061152 Sunline Transit Purchase transit enhancements - bus amenities for various bus stops (FY 07+08, 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates RIV061153 Sunline Transit Purchase replacement maintenance tools, equipment, &parts (FY 07, 5307) 12/30/2008 No Carry over with required updates W061154 Sunline. Transit Operating assistance for fixed route & DAR (FY 07/08) 9/30/2009 Yes Is project on target for corn letion? RIV061155 Sunline Transit Capitalized preventative maintenance (FY 08, 5307 6/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061157 Sunline Transit Purchase transit enhancements for various stops (FY 08, 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV061158 Sunline Transit Purchase replacement maintenance tools, equipment, & parts (FY 08, 5307) 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV070708 . Sunline Transit . Purchase 16 alt-fuel replacement buses (FY 08, 5307) - 12/30/2009 No . Carry over with required updates RIV070709 Sunline Transit Purchase 4 alt-fuel expansion :buses 12/30/2009 _ No Carry over with required updates RIV070711 Sunline Transit Purchase 2 alt-fuel expansion Paratransit DAR buses . 12/30/2009 No Carry over with required updates RIV070712 Sunline Transit Joint partnership W/Calstart/V1/estart for fuel cell bus research & demo project to develop & operate zero emission bus (E- 2006-BUSP-149 +. E-2007-BU:SP-0102) _. 12/30/2009 No; Carry over withrequired updates • What: When: Time: Where: 2008 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) Overview Workshop. & (may Transportation Commission RCTC will conduct three workshops on the RTIP programming and development process to assist agency project reviews and updates for the. 2008 RTIP Update. Two workshops will be held at RCTC with one workshop to be held at the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) If demand exists for another workshop, a fourth workshop will be held at RCTC. Workshops are planned to be held during September on the following dates: 1. Friday, September 14, 2007 at RCTC 2. Friday, September 21, 2007 at RCTC 3. Tuesday, September 25, 2007 at CVAG Contingent on demand: 4. Friday, September 28, 2007 at RCTC The workshop will begirt at 9:00 am and shouldconclude no later than 3:00 pm. The workshop will break for lunch.. Workshops at RCTC will be held at 4080 Lemon St, Riverside, CA 92502, 3`d Floor in Conference Room A. The September 25th workshop will be held at CVAG at 73-710 Fred Waring Dr, Palm Desert, CA 92260 in CVAG's downstairs Conference Room - Room 119 Limitations: Each workshop is limited to 25 people. Interested persons must register to attend the workshop. Reservations: Call Ruby Arellano at RCTC at 951.787.7141 or email her at rarellanoOrctc.org to reserve a seat with the requested workshop date, person's name, agency, email address and telephone number. For Whom: The workshop is intended for TAG representatives, agency staff, and consultants involved or interested in how the RTIP process impacts the project delivery effort. SCAG will be implementing a new web -based RTIP software program as partofthe 2008 RTIP development. There are significant formatting changes to the current process that the workshop will clarify. Morning session: Approximately 9:00 am to 11:30 am a. The RTP vs. RTIP: 1. Comparison of the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and the role of the RTIP 2. RTP project list sections 3. RTP -importance 4. Outlook for the 2008 RTP b. Overview of the RTIP: 1. The RTIP defined 2. A basic look at developing the RTIP from regional: TIPs to ,the FSTIP 3. A look at the great RTIP, FSTI P, and FTI P secret society 4. How SAFETEA LU changed the RTIP 5. Where you can find RTIP information 6. The "active" RTIP vs. the "prior obligated section RTIP Programming Guidance 1. Key guidance impacting RTIP programming 2. Highlight a few non written programming policies Afternoon session: Approximately 1:00-3:00 pm. d. The RTIP programming. process 1.. Determining if a project requires RTIP programming 2. Collecting the project details 3. Programming the details. 4. Describing the project in the description field 5. Collecting the support documentation 6. A quick look at the review and approval process RTIP amendments: 1. Amendment types 2. Amendment change limitations 3. Requesting and evaluating project changes 4. Differences between administrative and formal amendments f. 2008 RTIP: Agency Review Steps 1. °Programming changes for the 2008 .RTIP, Update 2. Overview of the new RTIP software 3. Agency review and updating responsibilities 4. A final look at the transportation delivery process • Added notes about the workshop: 1. Parking at the Riverside County Administrative Center is not free. RCTC does not validate parking. Visitors may park in the parking structure, but will be charged. The small exterior parking lot directly outside the new County Administrative Center annex is free, but the parking time is limited to only 1 hour. 2. Since seating is limited to 25 people per workshop. If a person can't make their reserved date, please notify RCTC with the cancellation to open your. seat. RTIP workshop at RCTC location map: RCTC: 4080 Lemon St 3re•F.loot {at it or County Administrative Center) . i2 vetskle, CA92642, Tel 9M.:78T 7141. • RTIP workshop at CVAG location map: