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07 July 16, 2007 Technical advisory commitee80988 TIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 A.M. July 16, 2007 Records Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3rd Floor *By request, agenda and minutes may be available in alternative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Duane Burk, City of Banning Bill Gallegos, City of Coachella Mike Gow, City of Hemet Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Bill Hughes, City of Temecula George Johnson, County of Riverside Tim Jonasson, City of LaQuinta Jim Kinley, City of Murrieta Eunice Lovi, SunLine Transit Steven Mendoza, City of Desert Hot Springs Amir Modarressi, City of Indio Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris and San Jacinto Les Nelson, PVVTA Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad Qattan, City of Corona Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Anne Schneider,. City of Calimesa Ken Seumalo,.City of Lake Elsinore Mark Stanley, Riverside Transit Agency Ruthanne Taylor Berger, WRCOG Bill Thompson, City of Norco Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley Allyn Waggle, CVAG Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells John Wilder, City of Beaumont Sean Yeung, Caltrans District 8 Anne Mayer, Deputy Executive Director 11.36.02 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listedon the agenda. TIME: 10:00AM. DATE: July 16, 2007 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3rd Floor In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and government Code: Section .54954:2; if you need special assistance to participate in a Committee meeting please contact Riverside County Transportation Commission at (951) .787 7141. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to meeting time will assist staff in assuring that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility at the meeting. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS (This is for comments on items not listed on agenda. Comments relating to an item on theagenda will be taken when the item is before the Committee.) 5. ..SB1266 (Prop . 1 B) Local Streets and , , Road .:Improvement Funds Presentation/Update (Attachment) 6. Local Assistance Report (Attachment) • FY 06/07 Obligations/RFA Reviews Update RFA Submissions after July 2nd NEPA Delegation Update • FY 06/07, Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) DBE Update Technical Advisory Committee Meeting July 16, 2007 Page 2 7. 2006 RTIP Update (Attachment) 8. 2008 RTIP Update; Request for Capacity Enhancing Project Exhibits (Attachment) 9. COMMISSION CONNECTION/COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS 1.0. OTHER BUSINESS: 11. ADJOURNMENT (The, next meeting will be August. 20, . 2007, 1000 A.M. ,in . Banning.) TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, June 18, 2007 1. Calf to Order Tom Boyd, Chair, cabled the meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission :(RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to order at 10:05 A.M. at Banning City Hail Civic Center, 99 East Ramsey Street, Banning,CA: 2. Self -Introductions Members Present: Dave Barakian, City of Palm .Springs, . -Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Duane Burk, City of Banning • Mike Gow, City of Hemet Bill Hughes, City of Temecula Timothy .Jonasson, .City of. La Quinta Prern Kumar, Cityof Moreno Valley Eldon Lee, City of Desert Hot Springs; Eunice Lovi, Sur' Line Mike McCoy, RTA Amir °Modarressi, City of Indio Habib Motlagh, Cities of Perris, San Jacinto, Canyon. Lake Russ Napier, City of Murrieta Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad.Qattan, City of Corona Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Randy Viejas, City of Rancho Mirage Tire Wassil, City of Indian Wells Sean Yeung, Caltrans .District Technical Advisory Committee Meeting June 18, 2007 Page 2 Others Present_ Fred Alamolhoda, LAE Associates Grace Alvarez, RCTC Ruby Are!fano, RCTC Cathy Bechtel, RCTC Eric Haley, RCTC Ken Lobeck, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Brenda Morrison, Caltrans Mila Nelson, RTA Theresia Trevino, RCTC Laura Zaninovich, Caltrans Approval of Minutes - May 21, 2007 M/S/C (Bayne/Qattan) to approve the May 21, 2007 minutes Public Comments There were no public comments. Ca!trans HQ SB1210/Emminent Domain Implementation issues Brenda; Morrison, Caltrans Regional Condemnation Office; Diamond Bar; provided an overview of SB1210 Eminent Domain_ implementation issues. Handouts were distributed which show the current process and how it differs from the old condemnation process. A short discussion ensued and Nis. Morrison told the TAC members that she's available to assist them . with any questions. Infrastructure Contributions to MSHCP A review was conducted of the February 28, 2007 letter and staff reports, from the: WesternRiverside County Regional Conservation Authority concerning Infrastructure Contributions to the MSHP. Tom Boyd ;provided clarification. regarding the contents addressed in the letter. A contribution of . 5% '`of construction costs applies to new roads or widening of existing roads. The exceptions to this are portions paid for by Measure. A, and :portions using .TUMF funds. Measure A CIP Maintenance of Effort: The Maintenance of Effort guidelines . have ' been updated by . RCTC staff, for review and comment by the TAC members. The - new guidelines will become , effective July 1, 2009. Theresia Trevino noted that the same basic guidelines are, being used with a few changes. First, the new period .of measurement will now be 2007/08. A new evaluation period of ten years instead of .the previous period Technical Advisory Committee Meeting June 18, 2007 Page 3 of thirty years has also :been added: Language has been included establishing a "base year" amount for the cities incorporated after the passage of Measure A. Further, the revised guideline includes language 'relative to the TUM'F and Multi- Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) requirements. Any comments may be submitted to -RCTC by July 20, 2007. 8. FY 06/07 Obligation .Plan Update 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. Local Assistance Report Sean Yeung, Caltrans 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 wouldbe obligated- by the end of the "federal fiscal year. Packages will still -be accepted after this deadline but may not be obligated this federal fiscal year. Local Assistance must submit the final 06/07 RFA, submissions to Caltrans HQ by 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). . ROTC -staff encoura ed local agencies to proceed with re grin R'FA packages and > submit . g _ 9 p p: p g p g to Local Assistance: Sean also requested that when a`. city uses. a consultant as .a City `'Engineer or Public Works Director, they needto providedocumentation to District . 8 stating that the consultant is. working on behalf of the city and delineate the job role and responsibilities. This will allow privileged informationto be conveyed to the appropriate personnel. Sean further advised the group that: if a Federal Aid Number is needed by a -city, the first two pages of.Form 7B need to be completed. The purpose of the form is to initiate a Federal Project Number to track the project during its life cycle. Laura Zaninovich provided an update on the Inactive List. All the information regarding inactive = projects, both current andearned over, is posted on the website. Projects will be eliminated from being placed on the inactive list as long as an invoice is sent every 6=12 months. Invoices can be sent to the local office or directly to headquarters with a copy to the local office. -If an invoice cannot be submittedwithin that time frame, a justification form must be sent. 10. STIP Augmentation .and CMIA Update Shirley Medina reportedkthat the STD' Augmentation was approved by the CTC on June 6, 2007. The Augmentation included more funding for current projects, specifically the Ramon Rd interchange, California Oaks/1-15 interchange, and Technical Advisory Committee Meeting June 18, 2007 Page 4 the Van Buren/91 interchange. New projects that were added are the 91/71 connector interchange, ;the 215 widening from 1-15 to Scott Rd, the continuation of 21.5 widening from Scott Road to Nuevo, French Valley Parkway interchange , in Temecula, and CVAG nominated the Palm Drive/Gene Autry interchange, and Date Palm Dr. interchange: Additional STIP Augmentation funding was also. added to the Perris Valley Line. The total Augmentation funding (totaling' $172 - million) was all accepted and approved by CTC. Eric Haley, RCTC Executive. Director, added that the CMIA program still includes the Local Street and Roads portion and the Trade Corridors component. The funding direction for, the Trade Corridors is expected to occur during FY 08/09 with a three. -year requirement for projects to be under construction. This may be an opportunity for a few of the grade separation projects in Riverside County to receive funding. TE - FY 07/08. TE Projects Shirley Medina reminded TE project sponsors that there is a two-step process for allocating and obligating the TE funds. First, the STIP allocation goes to the CTC for vote, and then_ a. Request for Authorization/Obligation needs to be submitted to Ca'itrans . Local Assistance. Once the allocation is approved by CTC the project rnust be 'awarded : within six months or the . CTC will rescind the funds. The RFA may be submitted to Local Assistance concurrently so. it .may ibe reviewed and ready to send to Headquarters once the ,allocation ;is approved by CTC. RCTC will be working with each agency to develop a schedule for the allocation and obligation steps. An update wasprovided by Ken Lobeck on the status , of current amendments. Amendments 06 & 08 have both completed' the ;required 30=day public :review, and are currently under _ review by Headquarters; and FHWA. Approval is estimated to occur by early to mid July. Amendments 09, 10, and 11 will be included in the next .RTIP quarterly amendment. Because of the ;changes in several areas of the RT1P, RCTC is offering to hold two 2008 RTIP Update workshop/seminars.; this summer. One workshop will be held in:' western Riverside County, and :.:theother is proposedto occur in the Coachella Valley. Dates and times are still to be determined Project Milestone Reports Ken Lobeck announced that local agencies will . be . asked : to update Project Milestone Reports of all unobligated projects and submit to RCTC during July. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting June 18, 2007 Page 5 14. Measure : A Call for Regional Projects Shirley Medina announced that a call for projects :is being developed. The TAC subcommittee will . meet on Monday to review the previously used criteria and develop the Measure A Call for Projects. A draft will :be provided at a subsequent TAC meeting for review and comments. 15. Commission Connection/Commission Highlights The budget has been adopted by the. RCTC Board. A key policy item is an effort to provide .$1.5 million in funding for grade separation proposals: Thereare several jurisdictions in western county and the Coachella Valley `which would benefit ;from the grade : separations. RCTC is .working with CVAG indeveloping the grant criteria and will report back the recommendedaward for approval. 16. ADJOURNMENT Therebeing no further "business- for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjoumed at approximately 1145 A.M. The next meeting is scheduled for July 16, 2007, 10:00 A.M., - Riverside County Transportation Commission;.4080 Lemon Street, Riverside,CA. Respectfully submitted; Shirley Med'irta Program Manager RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: July 16, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: SB1266 (Prop 1 B) Local Street and Road Improvement fun Presentation/Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item provides the TAC with a presentation and update concerning SB1266 Local `Street and Road Improvement Funds as part of Proposition 1 B. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Dave Willmon, Executive Director, Riverside .County Chapter,. California League of Cities, will provide a short presentation and update concerning the status of the. SB1266 Local Street and Road Improvement funds. Attached with this item is language from .SB1266 and, initial city allocation projections previously provided to the TAC:, Note: The allocation projections are considered an estimate only and -could change. Attachment: 1 SB1266 Local Streets Bill Pages and Estimated Allocation_ s 2. Prop 1 B Local Streets ProposedCounty Funds Ch. 25 high -priority railroad crossing improvements; including grade separation projects, that arenot part of the process established in Chapter 10 (commencing with. Section 2450) of Division 3 of the Streets and Highways Code. The allocation of funds under this paragraph shall be . made in consultation and coordinationwiththe High -Speed Rail Authority created pursuant to :Division 19.5 (commencing with Section 185000) of the Public Utilities Code. . (k) (1) Seven hundred fifty million dollars ($750,000,000) shall be deposited in ,the Highway: Safety; Rehabilitation, and Preservation Account, which: is hereby created in the fund. Funds `inthe account shall be available, upon ,appropriation by the Legislature, to the Department of; Transportation,as allocated by the California Transportation Commission,- for the purposes of the state highway` operation :and protection program as described in Section 14526.5. (2) The department shall . develop a program for distribution of two hundred and fifty million dollars ($250,000,000) from the funds identified in paragraph (1) to fund traffic light synchronization .projects or other. technology -based improvements to improve safety, operations and the effective capacity of local streets and roads. (l) (1) Two billion dollars .($2,000,000,000) shad be deposited in the Local Streets and Road Improvement, Congestion Relief, and Traffic Safety Account of 2006, which is hereby created in the fund. The proceeds of :bonds deposited into that, account shall be available, upon appropriation by the Legislature, for the purposes specified in this subdivision to. the Controller for administration and allocation in the fiscal year in which the bonds are issued and sold, including any interest or other return earned on the investment of those moneys, in the following manner: (A) Fifty percent to the counties, including a city and county, in accordance` with the following formulas:, (i) Seventy-five percent of the funds payable under this subparagraph shall be apportioned among the counties in the proportion that the number of fee -paid and exempt vehicles that are :registered in the county bears to the number of fee -paid and exempt vehicles registered in the state (ii) Twenty-five percent of the funds payable under this subparagraph shall be apportioned among the counties in the proportion that the number of miles of maintained county roads in each county bears to the total number of miles of maintained county roads in the state. For. the purposes of apportioning funds under this clause, any roads within the boundaries of a city and county that are not state highways shall be deemed to be county roads. (B) Fifty percent to the cities,: including a city and county, apportioned among the cities in the proportion that the total population of the city bears to the total populationof all the cities in the state, provided, however, that the Controller shall allocate a minimum of four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000) to each city, pursuant to this subparagraph. (2) Funds received under this subdivision shall be deposited as follows in order to avoid the commingling of those fundswith other local funds: Ch. 25 —10 — (A) In the case of a city, into the city account that is designated for the receipt of state funds allocated for local streets and roads. (B) In the case of an eligible county, into the county road fund. (C) In the case of a city and county, into a local account that is designated for the receipt of state funds allocated for local streets and roads. (3) For the purpose of allocating funds under this subdivision to cities and a city and county, the Controller shall use the most recent population estimates preparedby the Demographic Research Unit of the Department of Finance. For a city that incorporated after January 1, 1998, that does not appear on the most recent population estimates prepared by the Demographic Research Unit, the Controller shall use the population determined for that :: city under Section 11005.3 of the Revenue and Taxation Code. (4): Funds apportioned to a city, county,:: or city and countyunder this subdivision shall lie used for improvements to transportation facilities that will assist in reducing local traffic congestion and further deterioration, improving traffic flows, or increasing traffic safety that may include, but not . be limited to, .'street and highway pavement maintenance, . rehabilitation, installation, ,construction andreconstruction of necessary' associated facilities :such as drainage and :traffic control devices,or the maintenance, rehabilitation, installation, construction and reconstruction of . facilities that expand ridership on transit systems, safety projects to reduce fatalities, or as a -local match to obtain state or federal transportation funds for similar purposes. (5) At the conclusion of each fiscal year during which a city or county expends the fundsit has received under this .subdivision, the Controller may verify the :;city:'s.or county's compliance with paragraph (4). Any city or county that 'has not complied with ,paragraph (4) shall reimburse the state for the _funds ,it received during that fiscal year. Any funds withheld or returned as a result of`a failure to comply with paragraph (4) shall be reallocated to the other counties and cities whose expenditures are in compliance. Article 3. Fiscal Provisions 8879.25. Bonds in the ;total amount of nineteen billion nine hundred twenty-five million dollars ($19,925,000,000), exclusive of refunding bonds, . or so much thereof as is necessary, are hereby authorized to be issued and sold for carrying out the purposes' expressed in this chapter and to reimburse the ;General Obligation. Bond Expense Revolving Fund pursuant to Section 16724.5 All bonds herein authorized which'. have been duly sold and delivered as provided herein shall constitute valid and legally binding general obligationsof the state, and the full faith and credit of the state is hereby pledged for the punctual payment of both principal and interest _thereof. 95 • • mjgc6May2006 SB1266 Local Street and Road Imprvmt Funds Allocation of City Allocation----->i 1,000,000,00C( LA PALMA 16,081 $ 510,913 LOS ALAMITOS - 12,004 $ 400,000 MISSION VIEJO 97,997 $ 3,113,482' , NEWPORT BEACH 83,361 $ 2,648,479 ORANGE PLACENTIA.- 137,801 $ 4,378,103 • 51',236 $ 1,627,829 " RANCHO SANTA MARGARI: 49,130 • 1,560,919 " SAN CLEMENTE 66,280 $ 2,105,795 SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO 36,073 $ 1,146,082 SANTA ANA 351,322 $ 11,161,920 SEAL BEACH STANTON TUSTIN 25,298 $ 803,748 - 38,761 $ 1,231,483 71,767 2,280,123 VILLA PARK WESTMINSTER 6,218 $ 400,000 92,408 $ 2,935,913 YORBA LINDA PLACER COUNTY AUBURN COLFAX 66,794 $ 2,122,125 12,975 $ 412,231 1,825 $ 400,000 LINCOLN 33,589 1,067,163 LOOMIS 6,480 $ 400,000 ROCKLIN! 50,920 $ 1,617,789 " ROSEVILLE - PORTOLA RIVERSIDE COUNTY . . BANNING BEAUMONT 104,655 3,325,015 2,150 - $ - 400,000 28,128 $ 893,660 23,145 $ 735,344 BLYTHE 22,179 $ 704,653 CALIMESA 7,415 $ 400,000' CANYON LAKE 10,939 $ 400,000 CATHEDRAL CITY 51,081 $ 1,622,905 • -COACHELLA.' 35,207 $ 1,118,569 .CORONA 144,661 $ 4,596,053 DESERT HOT SPRINGS 22,011 $ 699,316 HEMET 69,544 $ 2,209,496 INDIAN WELLS 4,865 400,000 INDIO LAKE ELSINORE 71,654 $ 2,276,533 40,985 $ 1,302,143 LA QUINTA 38,340 $ 1,218,108 MORENO VALLEY 174,565 $ 5,546,139 MURRIETA NORCO 92,933 $ 2,952,593 27,263 $ 866,178 - PALM DESERT 49,539 $ 1,573,913 • PALM SPRINGS 46,437 $ 1,475,359 PERRIS 47,139 $ 1,497,662 RANCHO MIRAGE 16,672 $ 529,689 RIVERSIDE SAN JACINTO 2871820 $ 9;144,386- 31,066 $ 987,004 TEMECULA SACRAMENTO COUNTY CITRUS HEIGHTS 93,923 $ 2,984,046 86,883 $ 2,760,377 - - ELK GROVE : • FOL.SOM 130,874 $ 4,158,024 69,445 $ 2,206,351 GALT ISLETON 22:982 $ 730,166 813 $ 400,000 RANCHO CORDOVA 56,355 $ "1,790,466 SACRAMENTO 457,514 $ '14,535,70 • ". callforniaCitiFirtant.!c..corn page 6 of 10 Proposition 1B: Allocation of $1B Transportation Funds to Counties ID 1 Alameda NO. OF REGISTERED VEHICLES (1/06) 1,148,565 NO. OF MAINTAINED MILEAGE (1/06) 476.23 PROJECTED REVENUE $ 31,250,390 2 Alpine 2,142 134.96 $ 564,178 3 Amador 51,565 410.84 $ 2,872 584 4 Butte 213,457 1,355.93 $ 10,590,297 5 Calaveras 68,056 689.03 $ 4,345,203 6 Colusa 26,148 716.75 $ 3,375,133 7 8 Contra Costa Del Norte 860,855 26 392 661.16 300.29 $ 24,570,278 $ 11809,903 9 El Dorado 210,235 1 069.06 $ 9,425,206 10 Fresno 661,952 3,599.51 $ 30,557,311 11 Glenn 33,361 863.19 $ 4,112,667 12 umboldt 138,185 ,205.10 $ 8,090,916 13 Imperial 136,742 2,555.13 $ 13,148,128 14 lnyo 26,480 1,133.10 $ 4,954,703 15 Kern 610,970 3,299.78 $ 28,118,940 16 Kings 96,339 955.83 $ 6,077,219 17 l_ake 81,237 612.95 $ 4,396,130 18 Lassen 36,428 905.25 $ 4,350,041 19 Los Angeles 7,124,506 3,103.55 $ 194,409,196 20 Madera 118,554 1,548.50 $ 8,883,287 21 Marin 226,069 419.91 $ 7,381,728 22 Mariposa 26,698 560.41 $ 2,799,287 23 Mendocino 105,324 1,018.95 $ 6,545,804 24 Merced 192,141 1,726.96 $ 11,443,741 25 Modoc 13,164 '987.40 $ 4,063,436 26 Mono 16,909 684.42 $ 3,016,208 27 Monterey 329,233 1,239.26 $ 13,118,965 28 Napa 129,323 445.73 $ 4,998,243 29 Nevada 123,614 564.53 $ 5,300,129 30 Orange 2,359,332 306.98 $ 61,660,204 31 Placer 339,201 1,044.20 $ 12,6313,551 32 Plurnas 34,068 687.96 $ 3,469,587 33 Riverside 1,532,067 2,686.14 $ 49,423,684 34 35 Sacramento San Benito 1,175,643 53,060 2,188.47 384.M 3E3,405,768 $ 2,812,823 36 San Bernardino 1,554,213 2,822.13 $ 50,504,751 37 San Diego 2,456,726 1,907.10 $ 70,195,665 38 San Francisco 446,319 850.90 $ 14,656,034 3 San Joaquin 541,429 1,653.70 $ 20,124,298 40 San Luis Obispo 268,119 1,313.14 $ 11,830,566 • Proposition 1 B: Allocation of $1 B Transportation Funds to. Counties ID COUNTY NO, OF REGISTERED` VEHIPLE4 (1f06) _. ..... . NO. OF MAINTAINED 1VIILEAGE-(1/06) PROJECTED REVENUE , 41 San Mateo 673,858 316.08 $ 18,472,879 42 Santa Barbara 351,810 895:33 $ 12,400,139 43 Santa Clara 1,382,980 684:63 $ 38;048019 44 Santa Cruz 229,301 599.64 $ 8,142,795; 45 Shasta 208,135 1,19.1.19; $ 9,832,187' 46 Sierra 5,460 39025 $ 1,612,593 47 Siskiyou 63,100 1,360.85 $ 6,753,10 48. Solano : . 356,003 595.41 $ 11,375,937 49 Sonoma 455,825 1,386.88 $ 16,922,286 50 Stanislaus 429,197 1,545.37 $ 16,837 495 $ 5,208,483 51 Sutter 86,851 790:08 52 Tehama -. 64,549 1,089.38 $ : - 5,765 955 $ - 3,13.9,888 53 Trinity 19,563. 69.9.16 54 Tulare 317,801 3,057.28 604.09: $ 19,685,964 $ 4,173,035 55 Tuolumne 73,841 56 Ventura 705,761 544.81 . $ 20,154,979 57 Yolo 166, 557 804.15 $ 7,305,523 58 Yuba : 61,615 609.09 $ 3,878,375 TOTAL 29,247,028 66,.252.94 $1,000,000,000 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: July 16, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory, Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2007 Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)Awarded Projects STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item provides the TAC with the list of awarded projects as part of the 2007 HSIP project call. BACKGROUND. INFORMATION: Attached with this item is the 2007 awarded project list aspart of the HSIP. 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The approval letters and updated RTIP pages are posted on the SCAG website at http://www:scaq.ca.gov under the RTIP link. 3rd Quarter 2007 Administrative.Amendment 09 and Formal Amendments 10 Administrative. Amendment 09: Administrative Amendment 09 was submitted to SCAG on June 30, 2007.. The amendment contained approximately 1.4 projects. A summary list of the included projects is included with this agenda item. Administrative amendments only require approval from .Caltrans HQ and do not require a 30 day public review.Assuming no major issues occur with this Amendment, approval of Amendment 09 may occur by the end of August 2007. Formal Amendment 10: Formal Amendment 10 will .be submitted to SCAG on or about July 13th. The amendment again is expected to be a large amendment for the entire SCAG region. Riverside County's portion will include about 50 projects. Updated and new transit projects as part of the .approved 2008 SRTP are included. formal .amendments require a conformity review determination that no impact to the conformity finding has occurred, an updated financial plan demonstrating the .RTIP is still financially constrained, a 30 day public review period, plus approval by both Caltrans HQ and FHWA. The estimated" approval for Amendment 10 will occur most likely during November 2007. On the Horizon: During fall, one last formal amendment will be called for any final updates to projects in the FY 07/08 year: The purpose of :the amendment will be to address needed :adjustments to obligate federal funds by the end of FY 07/08, or other allowable adjustments to ensure the next ;federal action can occur before the end of FY 07/08. The amendment will be considered an "emergency" type arnendment. Only allowable project changes that must occur- during FY 07/08 will be accepted. 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WV219Olid 1N31/1,13A0NdIN1 NOIlVINOdSNVal'IVN010321 b00Z RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: July 16, 2007 TO: Technical Advisory _Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior: Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2008 RTIP Update: Request for Capacity Enhancing Project Exhibits STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item notifies the TAC of a request for project exhibits for all capacity enhancing projects that will be programmed in the 2008 RTIP BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Since development of the 2006 RTIP, a discussion has been occurring among the CTCs SCAG and FHWA over how projects are modeled for air conformity benefits and described in the RTIP as well as how to verify the projects are accurately modeled. A review of several projects through recent PDT meetings revealed that the existing modeling process needs to be improved. Since. last November, approximately 12 IC improvement projects have ,been identified with inconsistencies between how they are described and modeledin the RTIP against their preferred alternative or current scope. The discrepancies have been sufficient to delay NEPA sign -off for several projects until the projects are re -modeled by SCAG and a new conformity finding : is generated... Unless SCAG calls for. a RTP amendment, a new conformity finding and project re -modeling :occurs only when the RTIP is updated every two years. RCTC and SCAG are working to help reduce the modeling discrepancies for the 2008 RTIP Update by improving the modeling details submission process. A key improvement area will be to ensure all capacity enhancing projects submitted into : the 2008- RTIP include a ` project exhibit. During early August RCTC will send out a list of impacted . projects to the applicable lead agencies with a request to send RCTC the most current project exhibiton file for, the project. The exhibits will be included with the other project information sent on to SCAG as part of the 2008 RTIP Update. The exhibits will be used as a. key validation tool to .ensure the project will: be correctly modeled. AGENDA ITEM 9 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9.