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HomeMy Public PortalAbout01 January 14, 2008 Technical advisory committee82692 TIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY CON MEETING AGENDA" 10:00 A.M. January 14, 2008 Records Riverside County' Transportation Commission Riverside County Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3`d Floor 'By request, agenda and minutes may be available in alternative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City 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 Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage 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 Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, and San Jacinto Les Nelson, PWTA Amad Qattan, City of Corona TomRafferty, City of Indio 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 Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells John Wilder, City of Beaumont Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 Commission Staff Anne Mayer, Executive Director Shirley Medina, Program Manager 11.36.02 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item fisted on the agenda. TIME: 10:00 A.M. DATE: January 14, 2008 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Regional Complex 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3`d 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 feast 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. Corona TE Project Funds Transfer Request (Attachment) 6. Local Assistance Report (Verbal Presentation) 7. Appropriations Request Strategy Update (Attachment) 8. Status of Measure A Western County Regional Arterial Call for Projects (Attachment) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 14, 20013 Page 2 9. 2008 STIP (Verbal Presentation) 10. Proposed 2008/09 State Budget (Verbal Presentation) 11. 2008 RTIP Update (Attachment) 12. 2008 RTP UPDATE (Attachment) 13. COMMISSION CONNECTION/COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS 14. OTHER BUSINESS 15. ADJOURNMENT (The next meeting will be February 11, 10:00 A.M. in Banning.) • MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, November 19, 2007 1. Call to Order Tom Boyd, Chair, called the meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to order at 10:00 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 Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Greg Butler, City of Temecula Mike Gow, City of Hemet Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Alfonso Hernandez, SunLine Timothy Jonasson, City of La Quinta Eldon Lee, City of Desert Hot Springs Kahono Oei, City of Banning Juan Perez, County of Riverside Amad Qattan, City of Corona Tom Rafferty, City of Indio Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Eric Skaugset, Cities of Perris, San Jacinto, Canyon Lake Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta Bill Thompson, City of Norco Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley John Wilder, City of Beaumont Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 19, 2007 Page 2 Others Present: Fred Alamolhoda, LAE Associates Grace Alvarez, RCTC Jim Appleton, Caltrans Ruby Arellano, RCTC Michael Blomquist, RCTC Carlos Camarillo, Caltrans Nataly Cerda, LAE Associates Kip Field, City of Corona Sam Garnsey, Caltrans Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Aaron Hake, RCTC Jim Hyatt, City of Calimesa Eric Lewis, Moreno Valley Ken Lobeck, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Paul Rodriguez, Urban Crossroads Edda Rosso, RCTC Beryl Yasinosky, City of Temecula Laura Zaninovich, Caltrans 3. Approval of Minutes MIS/C (Harry/Perez) to approve the October 15, 2007 minutes as submitted. 4. Public Comments There were no public comments. 5. Requirements for Photogrammetry and Surveys on all CT Highway Projects Carlos Camarillo, Supervising Transportation Surveyor, Caltrans District 8, provided a short presentation on the requirements for photogrammetry and surveys on all Caltrans highway projects. A Required Materials to Review Consultant Photogrammetric Mapping form was distributed. Jim Appleton, Office Chief, Caltrans, Chief Photograrnmetrist, presented an overview of the requirements for local agency project managers to be aware of as they proceed with projects on the state highway system. 6. Local Assistance Report An update on Local Assistance was provided by Sean Yeung, Caltrans. The Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation project call is due to Nivine Georges by November 30, 2007_ The limit is $350,000 per project. There are three project categories that qualify: landscape enhancement to improve air quality; enhancement of watersheds, wildlife habitat, or other significant natural areas; • • • " " " Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 19, 2007 Page 3 and roadside recreational areas. Funds will be distributed after the enactment of the federal spending bill for the FFY 2008 discretionary program allocations for California. The breakdown is: $12.8 million, Ferry Boat; $47.3 million Public Lands and Highway; $5.0 million, Highways for Life; and $10.0 million, Transportation, Community, and System Preserve (TCSP). Sean also updated the TAC on upcoming training sessions. The local assistance federal aid training course has been postponed until spring 2008. UC Berkley's ITS Technology Transfer Program is offering classes in Ontario, Burbank, Stockton, and Sonoma. The registration fee is $295 for public agencies and $425 for all others. To enroll, please contact Donna Viega-Sage at Ca[trans. Under policy updates, Sean noted that the DBE will remain race neutral until further changes. It is anticipated that the program will be a hybrid of race neutral and race conscious, each at 6.75% participation, totaling 13.5%. Procedures will be provided when available. An update on emergency relief efforts for the recent wildfires was given. Submittals 180 days from 10/21/07 can be reimbursed at 100%. PR will require approval and authorization from FHWA. Erosion control contracted by 1/19/08 will be categorized as EO and eligible for 100% reimbursement. If you need assistance, please contact Sean Yeung or Harish Rastorgi. Laura Zaninovich provided a quarterly review of inactive projects between July 1 and September 30, 2007. 7. FY 2009 Appropriation Requests Strategies Aaron Hake, RCTC, distributed an email from Sen. Diane Feinstein's office regarding Congressionally -directed funding (earmarks) in FY 2008. The letter indicated that earmarking will become more restrained and the availability of discretionary funds will be limited. The Senator's desire is for local governments to have discussions that lead to fewer, yet stronger appropriations requests that have broader region -wide support. A brief discussion occurred on the impact of the request and the challenges of obtaining agreement from all jurisdictions in the county on one set of priorities. The proposal was made to forward the information and request to the Commission at the December, 2007 meeting. 8. Congestion Management Program (CMP) Approval Shirley Medina presented the revised chapters of the 2008 CMP based on feedback received from the TAC for review and approval. After a brief discussion, the TAC approved the 2008 CMP to be forwarded to the Commission for final approval. M/S/C (Perez/Harry) to forward the 2008 Congestion Management Program to the Commission for approval. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 19, 2007 Page 4 9. 2008 STIP Shirley Medina announced that at the last Commission meeting, Anne Mayer announced that Riverside County's share of the 2008 STIP additional capacity is zero. There will be no additional money or new projects added into the STIP. There is less funding available in the first three years of the 2008 STIP than what is currently programmed. The potential impact will not be known until the CTC staff recommendations are released. 10. 2008 RTIP Update An update was provided by Ken Lobeck on the 2008 RTIP. Development of the 2008 RTIP has progressed slower than expected. Due to technical issues with the new RTIP database. RCTC still must submit a completed update to SCAG by December 3, 2007. As time becomes more of an issue to update the projects before the December 3rd deadline, a triage approach is now being applied. The first priority is to update the State Highway System capacity enhancing projects especially those that will require NEPA sign -off or federal action during the first two -years of the 2008 RTIP. The second priority will be the Local Highways System capacity enhancing projects. The third priority will be the remaining exempt and exempt transit projects. Exempt projects not updated as part of the 2008 RTIP Update will be corrected through the first amendment. 11. 2008 RTP Update A draft 2008 RTP was sent out by Ken Lobeck to the TAC via email prior to the meeting. The official draft will not be released by SCAG until December 6, 2007. 12. Commission Connection/Commission Highlights The construction contract has been approved for the North Main Corona parking structure. The winning bid was $6.1 million under the engineer's original estimates. Shirley Medina advised the TAC that the main point of discussion at the Commission meeting was on grade separations. 13. Other Business Dave Barakian requested an update on Prop 1 B funds and requested an updated submittal form. Shirley Medina advised the TAC that the form has been requested. There is no update at this time on availability of funds. It will be discussed at the next RTPA meeting. " " Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 19, 2007 Page 5 A reminder was issued by Shirley Medina to the TAC on Westem County Regional Arterial Measure A Call for Projects. The ADT and Level of Service does not need to be completed. RCTC staff will work with WRCOG on the ADT and Level of Service information. Dave Barakian was reconfirmed as Chair, beginning January 2008. Nominations for Vice Chair from westem Riverside County will be taken in January. 14. Adjournment There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjoumed at approximately 11:45 A.M. The next meeting is scheduled for January 14, 2008, 10:00 A.M., Riverside County Transportation Commission, Conference Room A, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA. Respectfully submitted, Shirley Medina Program Manager AGENDA ITEM 5 • " RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 14, 2008 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: City of Corona TE Funds Transfer Request STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item requests the TAC review and approve the City of Corona's TE fund transfer request from its Downtown Enhancement project to its Magnolia Avenue project. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The City of Corona has requested a transfer of its approved $1,416,300 of TE funds from its Downtown Enhancement and Beautification Project to its Magnolia Ave. TE project. On the original approved TE funding project list, projects 1-18 were approved for TE funding. Corona's Downtown Enhancement project was number 4 on the list. Corona's Magnolia Ave. project was number 19 and the first project below the funding line. The City of Corona is proposing to replace the Downtown Enhancement project with the Magnolia Ave. project. A copy of the revised TE project funding list is included with this item. RCTC's project substitution policy for discretionary funds would commit relinquished TE funds from an approved project to the next unfunded project on the list. The first unfunded project below the funding line is the City of Corona's Magnolia Ave. project. Since the Magnolia Ave. project represents the first unfunded project on the TE list, staff believes the City of Corona's request is consistent with RCTC's project substitution policy and should be acceptable to the TAC. Attachments: 1. City of Corona 11/21/07 TE Transfer Request Letter 2. Proposed Revised TE Project Call List OFFICE OF: PUBLIC WORKS (951)736-2236 (951) 279-3627 (FAX) AmadCl@ci.corona.ca.us November 21, 2007 82327 AM, SM, CB, KL 400 SOUTH VICENTIA AVENUE, P.O. BOX 940, CORONA, CALIFORNIA 92878-0940 CORONA CITY HALL - ONLINE, ALL THE TIME (http://c1corona.ca.us) Anne Mayer RCTC Executive Director 4080 Lemon St. 3rd Floor Riverside CA 92502 tillDECEIIWE till NOV 2 / Z001 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION SUBJECT: Transfer of Transportation Enhancement (TE) funds. Dear Anne: We would like to request a transfer of our TE funds for our Downtown Transportation Enhancement and Beautification Project to our Magnolia Avenue project. On August 29, 2005, the City of Corona submitted three applications in response to the June 29, 2005, Transportation Enhancement (TE) Discretionary Funds Call for Projects. Our applications were for the Downtown Transportation Enhancement and Beautification Project; East Sixth Street between El Sobrante Road and Riverside County Line; and Magnolia Avenue between East Sixth Street and 1-15. All of our projects scored well during the evaluation process and were approved for funding award. However, in the spirit of cooperation and to allow for a larger distribution of funds, the City of Corona agreed to allow our Magnolia Project to be placed below the funding cut-off line while funding was awarded to our Downtown and East Sixth Street projects. Since the time of our project awards, we have been working on the design and environmental phase for both of our projects that received funding in order to meet the project completion timeframes contained in the funding award. We have also been coordinating the design of the Downtown Transportation Enhancement and Beautification Project with our Redevelopment Agency because they are in the process of -a massive redevelopment project in the downtown area. We recently learned that this redevelopment project will impact the scheduling for our Downtown Transportation Enhancement project which will prevent us from meeting- our project completion timeframe requirement. We therefore request approval of the transfer of our TE funding award from the Downtown Project to our Magnolia Project. In discussing this request with your staff, we were advised that since our Magnolia Project did meet that application parameters and was awarded for funding during the evaluation process, the transfer of these funds should not be an issue. We look forward to working with RCTC on this request and thank you in advance for your consideration. Si A� Qattan, P.E. 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RevlSed Y 7041 TE Raguwi.;: Revised TE ;Running'fotai 1 Riverside County Santa Ana River Bike Tr- Hidden Valley Wildlife Reserve Segment $ 1,500,000 $ 3,784,000 $ 5,284,000 25 $ 1,500,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 83,700 $ 1,418,300f $ 1,418,300 2 Perris Penis Gateway Project $ 450,000 $ 1,300,000 $ 1,750,000 22 $ 1,950,000 $ 450,000 $ 25 110 :1 4241890' $ 1,841,190 3 Beaumont Historic San Timoteo Canyon Bike and Pedestnan Faciltilies Project g 1,500,000 $ 1,102,613 $ 2,602,613 20 $ 3,450,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 83700 ` $ 1,448;300`} $ 3,257,490 4 Corona $-->-d00;000 ����`,490-;000 $--Bb00-;000 main -St EnhaneameM $-4,46e,eao $ 1,5no,de4 s---s.voo i--4r4144ao $--4,612490 5 Moreno Valley Sunnymead Blvd Median Beautification and Enhancement Project $ 1,500,000 $ 2,590,000 $ 4,090,000 20 $ 6,450,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 83 700 $ 1,418,300` $ 6,090,090 6 Corona East Sixth Street $ 1,500,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 3,000,000 19 $ 7,950,000 $ 1,500,000 $ 83,700 S .1,416,300: $ 7,506,390 7 Palm Desert Monterey Ave/1-10 On/Off Ramp Landscaping Project $ 400,000 $ 400,000 $ 800,000 19 $ 8,350,000 $ 400,000 $ 22,320 $.;.-. 377,680`--. $ 7,884,070 8 Riverside Alessandro Blvd Median Construction and Landscaping $ 1,000,000 $ 1,000,000 $ 2,000,000 19 $ 9,350,000 $ 1,000,000 $ 55,800 `:$ . 94200;' $ 8,828,270 9 Riverside SR60/Market St IC Landscaping $ 500,000 $ 500,000 $ 1,000,000 19 $ 9,850,000 $ 500,000 $ 27,900 ;$..,.." 472:100f; $ 9,300,370 10 RTA Penis Multi -modal Transit Center - Phase 1 $ 1,432,400 $ 1,516,200 $ 5,265,700 19 $ 11,282,400 $ 1,432,400 $ 79,828 I-$ 1,352,472 $ 10,652,842 11 Temecula Wnchester Rd/SR79 North Conidor Beautification Project $ 1,200,000 $ 1,185, 000 $ 2,385,000 19 $ 12,482,400 $ 1,200,000 $ 66960 $ 1,133;040); $ 11,785,882 12 Palm Desert Monterey Ave/Dinah Shore Dr Landscaping Project $ 600.000 $ 600,000 $ 1,200,000 18 $ 13,082,400 $ 600,000 $ 33,480 ':$ 1566;520;'. $ 12,352,402 13 RCTC Greenway Condor Project for the Perris Valley Line $ 1,179,000 $ 1,179,000 $ 2,358,000 18 $ 14,261,400 $ 1.179,000 $ 65,788 -$ 1,1.1$212: $ 13,465,614 14 San Jacinto Frandsco Esludillo Heritage Park Transportation Enhancement $ 500,000 $ 150,000 $ 650,000 18 $ 14,761,400 $ 500,000 $ 27,900 $ ' ' 472,100. $ 13,937,714 15 La Ouinta Jefferson St Beautification - $ 471,500 $ 172,110 $ 643,610 17 $ 15,232,900 $ 471,500 $ 26,310 $ ," 445,190- $ 14,362,904 18 Cathedral City Cathedral Canyon Dr/Terrace Rd Bikeway and Pedestrian Facilties $ 471,643 $ 125,374 $ 597,017 16 $ 15,704,543 $ 471,643 $ 26,318 $ 446,925': $ 14,628,230 17 Indio Highway 111 Enhancement Project $ 1,500,000 $ 600,000 $ 2,100,000 16 $ 17,204,543 $ 1,500,000 $ B3700 E 1("416,300`, $ 16,244,530 18 Palm Springs Gene Autry Tr Gateway Landscaping Improvements $ 1,456,000 $ 764,000 $ 2,220,000 16 $ 18,660,543 $ 1,458,000 $ 81,245 -$ ' 1974,755' $ 17,619,285 19 Corona Magnolia Ave and Compton Ave $ 1,416,300 $ 780,000 $ 2,196,300 16 $ 18,660,543 $ 18,660,543 $ 1,041,258 $ 17,619,285 <- Totals 20 Riverside. " Median Landscaping at Various Locations.' -'-$ 1,200,000 $ d:200,000 $ 2,400,000 16 ':" $ 19,860,543 21 Riverside' County 1-10/Cook StlC`Aesthetic Enhancement Project ::$ 850,000. $ 150,000 $ 1,000,000 16 5 $ 20,710,543 '' TEA21.Unobtlgated Projects -as cf Oct 2006 22 Lake Elsinore Lake Elsinore :Dr Beautification & CIty.Entrance Sign -. :$ 1,275,000 $ 225;000 $ 1,500,000, 15 $ 21,985,543. Agency Project Amount 23 Munteta Clinton Keith Rd Landscape Medians - $ 785,840 $ 196,460 $ 982,300 15:, ` Cathedral City Ramon Rd Corridor $ 311,571 Riverside: County Domenigorti RkWy Bikeway Tr- SR79 to State St $ 1,417,000 $ 250,000 $, ,1,667,000 15 "' $. 24,188,383'. Hemet State St Bicycle/ Ped Path $ 519,571 257 Riverslde.County, " -15/Cantu-Galleano Ranch Rd IC Landscaping Enhancement " - PrejeM $ 850,000�� $ 150,000 $ 1,000,000 1b::. $ 25,038,383.: Norco Santa Ana River Trail $ 364,174 36 Sun-1110',IndlbTranaferLocatlonEnhancementProject $ 350,000: $ ;150,000 $ 500600 15e. $ 25.988683= Total: $ 1,195,316 (a27u.COaphellai wAve50R8107460,G@de$0flarab0n8040401084160Project't r$ ",507,735,; S 65732 $ .573i517 I 14:. $ 26896118 :", TE,ProjectedAvailable - ^1220.9. aj1'8rAgit. 1997Ir>rCaiy�� W?R04a0B8- #08#la rkilni i749-Mema��'a: `r $Y��`��1015��206k $1 ^'263;Bd,0 u$M 1;2.8$OPO '" '4$-3d1a 9 26i81:1 le Total Projected TE Apportionments $ 18,815,000 52$ fi063f8I0e 00 ' g'`iSlQj t01Ot f `��t tY,', it" ,tn ` r "` Y= ��' "M ro ' � 101:$0;4Q��i��,��1+fi$ ' 5",7i0 0 'S��3d"k $"'y^2 ' it"��wi8 Less TEA21 Unobligated Carry Over $ 1,195,316 ^' q'9gig'p,1 rs,;i2  `,j'ig,,t1��'i' Revised TE Available Projection: $ 17,619,684 ^ ;.g, ,a�� '} Y o v 1 yam,, p ��^ y.J �� yTti e yr..a u ,a , f _ 3'��'a:TM  �� I��L,�� e' d d8 -,,. ��: _ - - 1..- ._ v e de#�� !+, e a ��,��,"��$����...., .ate ,I,-s �� b Y "��r. ��h$ or a, tee ��.i�� AF .qc '`a.$atai q�� ��",'��AvhS^6,s .J' t ,a ��: . .ii e . 1. $16.815 million total 7E Projected available 2. 31,185,316 TEA21 TEA unobligated tarty over _"  y��YS Totals. $ t 'S0.)15 Y ]"9 5;; 1 3 a 535 ' 3. TE available reduced to $17,619,684 4. Corona, County &Riverside drop their ''18 score" projects Notes: 1. Projects Number 1-18 are recommended for TE funding. Project #19 is proposed to replace project #4 for Corona. 5. To fund down to k18 (Palm Springs Gene Autry project) requires a 5.58% reduction to an above original TE requests 2. Geographic Balance: The number of westem County funded equals 12 projects or 67% with 6 funded in eastern County which equals 33%. 3. Funding Balance: Western County projects funded total $12,983,514 or 73.75% with eastern County projects funded total $4,625,771 or 26.25%. Page 1 of 1 AGENDA ITEM 6 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 6. AGENDA ITEM 7 " " RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 14, 2008 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Aaron Hake, Government Relations Analyst THROUGH: John Standiford, Deputy Executive Director SUBJECT: FY 2009 Federal Appropriation Requests Strategies Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the TAC to receive an update on RCTC's appropriation request strategy for FY 2009 federal transportation appropriations. Federal Update In November 2007, RCTC staff solicited input from the TAC regarding possible strategies for FY 2009 federal appropriations requests. The desire for a new strategy for requesting federal discretionary dollars was initiated by correspondence to all cities, counties and regional agencies by U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee. The Senator's desire is for local govemments to have discussions that lead to fewer, yet stronger appropriations requests that have broader region -wide support. While acknowledging the challenges of obtaining agreement from all jurisdictions in the county on one set of priorities, the TAC's feedback was to bring Senator Feinstein's concept to the elected officials serving on the Commission. RCTC staff brought the matter before the Budget & Implementation Committee and full Commission as part of the December 2007 State & Federal Legislative Update, which was unanimously approved by both bodies. During the Budget & Implementation Committee, several Commissioners voiced their support for a regional approach to funding requests and their desire to respond favorably to Senator Feinstein. With this direction from the Commission, RCTC staff is proceeding with a proposed strategy for FY 2009 transportation appropriations requests and seeks continued input, support and cooperation of the TAC and city staffs. Recognizing the breadth of transportation issues facing a county as geographically large as Riverside, RCTC staff is proposing an approach that recognizes the uniqueness of each congressional district. Following the principles outlined below, RCTC staff intends to hold four meetings, one for each of the congressional districts in Riverside County, with city and county staffs (and elected officials, if they desire to attend) to discuss the local and regional transportation priorities in each area. These meetings will be informal and will allow a conversation among local stakeholders to take place regarding each area's best strategy for maximizing federal investment. As discussed at the November 2007 TAC meeting, in no way should regional collaboration be interpreted as subversion of any entity's prerogative to lobby for local priorities, but rather is an opportunity for agencies to identify common regional priorities that can be jointly communicated to Washington, DC for the purposes of a more sophisticated and successful advocacy effort. Proposed FY 2009 RCTC Federal Appropriations Principles I. In the face of a severely limited funding environment, it is to Riverside County's competitive advantage to be cohesive in its message to Washington, DC regarding our transportation needs; II. Local agencies within the county are encouraged to work in a cooperative and collaborative fashion with RCTC towards supporting funding requests for regional transportation priorities; III. RCTC will support the top three projects for each congressional district with the support of the cities and the county; IV. It should be the goal of local agencies that projects of regional significance are communicated by more than one entity; V. RCTC shall adopt federal appropriations priorities according to following criteria: 1 _ Projects must have a clear federal "nexus" 2. Projects must have a clear region -wide benefit 3. Projects must be in a position to benefit significantly from a $1-5 million appropriation VI. Local agencies retain the liberty to advocate for individual local priorities with the federal government; VII. RCTC will convene a "roundtable" of local agencies to discuss federal transportation priorities for each congressional district; VIII. RCTC encourages the Riverside County congressional delegation to unite behind, and focus upon, the top three regional transportation priorities adopted by RCTC (and supported by local agencies) for appropriations requests • • AGENDA ITEM 8 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 14, 2008 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: Status of Measure A Western County Regional Arterial Call for Projects STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item provides the TAC with a status update of the Measure A Western County Regional Arterial Call for Projects. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Staff will provide the TAC with an update on the next steps in evaluating the submitted projects as part of the Measure A Westem County Regional Arterial Call for Projects. Twelve agencies submitted a total of 35 projects for funding consideration. As of December 17`h, the following agencies had submitted projects listed below as part of the project call: City of Banning: - Sunset Ave Railroad Grade Separation - Ramsey St Extension - Hathaway St to Fields Rd City of Canyon Lake: - Railroad Canyon Rd Widening — Goetz Rd to Westerly City Limits City of Corona: - I-15/Cajaclo Rd IC — Temescal Cyn Rd to Bedford Cyn Rd - Foothill Pkwy Westerly Extension — Skyline Dr to Paseo Grande - Green River Rd Widening — SR91 to Palisades Dr City of Hemet: - SR74 Widening — California Ave to Calvert Ave City of Lake Elsinore: - I-15/Railroad Canyon Rd 1C improvements - I-15/SR74 IC Interim Improvements - I-15/SR74 IC Ultimate Improvements City of Moreno Valley: - Alessandro Blvd Widening —1-215 to Frederick - Perris Blvd Widening - Southerly City Limits to Cactus Ave - Perris Blvd Widening from Ironwood to Manzanita City of Murrieta: - I-215/Clinton Keith IC Improvements - Date St Extension at Murrieta Hot Springs Rd - Murrieta Hot Springs Rd Widening — Margarita to Future Date St City of Perris: - 1-215/Ramona Expwy IC Improvements City of Riverside: - Van Buren Blvd Widening - Garfield St to Jackson St - Van Buren Blvd Widening Indiana Ave to Southerly City Limits - Arlington Ave Widening - Brockton Ave to Alessandro Blvd City of San Jacinto: - Ramona Expwy Widening — Sanderson Ave to State St - Ramona Expwy Widening — State St to Main St City of Temecula: - 1-15/French Valley Pkwy Overcrossing and IC Riverside County: - Van Buren Blvd Widening — City of Riverside City Limits to 1-215 - Cajalco Rd Widening — Temescal Cyn Rd to 1-215 - Bundy Canyon/Scott Rd Widening - Van Buren Blvd Widening — SR60 to Santa Ana River - Van Buren Blvd/Jurupa Rd/UPRR Grade Separation - I-15/Schleisman Rd New IC - SR79 (Winchester Rd) Widening — Purrey Rd to Domenigoni Pkwy - I-215/Newport Rd IC - I-215/Scott Rd IC - - Reche Cyn Rd/Reche Vista Dr - San Bernardino County Line to Heacock St - Ramona Expwy Widening — Perris City Limits to Warren Rd - 1-215Nan Buren Blvd IC AGENDA ITEM 9 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9. AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation ill be made but there is no att. chment to the agenda for item 10. " AGENDA ITEM li RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 14, 2008 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2006 RTIP Status & 2008 RTIP Development Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item provides the TAC with a current status of the 2006 RTIP and a development update of the 2008 RTIP. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: 2006 RTIP: The SCAG website at http://www.scao.ca.gov/rtip/ has been updated to reflect the current 2006 RTIP through Amendment 11. Amendment 12 is a formal amendment and has been transmitted to the funding agencies (Caltrans HQ and FHWA) for review and approval. Estimated approval date for Amendment 12 should be around early February. Three additional amendments will now occur for the 2006 RTIP: Amendment 13 is a special consistency amendment SCAG must complete in conjunction with the new draft 2008 RTP. Amendment 14 will be an administrative amendment for only minor required changes. Amendment 15 will be the last regular formal amendment. All three amendments will be complete by early February. Needed changes to projects as part of Amendments 14 and 15 should only impact FY 07/08 or are needed to ensure the project's next federal action can occur. If a lead agency believes changes are needed to a project, they should contact RCTC immediately. 2008 RTIP Development: Riverside County's portion to the 2008 RTIP was submitted to SCAG on December 13, 2007. SCAG staff has now begun reviewing and evaluating the projects submitted for accuracy and programming compliance with FHWA programming requirements. Once the review is completed, the RTIP will be sent to the SCAG modelers to initiate the modeling update. This is to occur by early February. The submission and review actions have been based on an accelerated schedule for SCAG to have the completed RTIP ready to transmit to Caltrans HQ by early June 2008 with final approval to occur by October 2008. Approval of the RT1P is based on two key principles: (1) The RTIP must satisfy all conformity requirements, and (2) the RTIP must be financially constrained. However, the state financial situation has thrown a major wrench in the 2008 RTIP approval plan. Discussions among the MPOs, Caftans HQ, and FHWA revealed that some of the financial assumptions used in developing the 2008 RTIP could be wrong. The financial assumptions related to the STIP, CMAQ and STPL apportionment estimates are being re- evaluated. Unfortunately, the evaluation takes time and could impact the progress in finalizing the RTIP. If the revised estimates are significantly different, then some re -programming actions may have to occur. For Riverside County, staff anticipates little if no impact to the revised fund estimates as development of the 2008 RTIP for Riverside County used an extremely conservative fund estimate as the basis to program CMAQ, STPL and STIP funded projects. Hopefully, the re-evaluation of the funding assumptions will not impact or delay approval of the 2008 RTIP. • • AGENDA ITEM 12 " " RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: January 14, 2008 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Ken Lobeck, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: 2008 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item provides the TAC with an update of the 2008 RTP. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: SCAG officially released the draft 2008 RTP on December 6, 2007. The RTP is now available on the SCAG website for down download at http://www.scag.gov/rtp2008/. The RTP project listing is located on the SCAG website at http://www.scag.gov/rtp/2008/draft.htm. The public comment period is now open. Comments concerning the RTP may be submitted online directly to SCAG through their website. The comment period will close on February 18, 2008 SCAG has formatted the official project listing in an abbreviated format. A sample of the project format is included in the attachment with this item. The complete RTP project listing for Riverside County will be sent out to the TAC in a separate email. The project listing is divided into multiple sections that include: i. RTIP projects (Baseline and Tier II portion) 2. RTP projects (Plan section projects) which are divided into the following subcategories: a. Mainline and Transit projects b. Arterial projects c. Grade Separation projects d. ITS projects e. Strategic Plan projects Please note that the RTIP project section is based on the 2006 RTIP and not the new draft 2008 RTIP under development. The 2008 RTIP functions as an RTP amendment and updates the RTIP project section for the RTP. Attachment: 2008 RTP website notes " " Mm:I The draft 2008 RTP is available on the SCAG website at http://www.scag.govirtp2008/ The project listings are located at http://www.scag.gov/rtp2008/draft.htm s3cp.te.97Alp2008I6aft. SQUTI-1 ERN_ CALI tb" RV IA 7A" SSO RATION, V,J: GU a AMfaeis)fgae AlNn Ni," aghr iMAIMR6Henal Calilpf Plaaerllg RUs pie! ya%{T lYMI+{MrMnC?lot?* IFepib IT.mPM{tofi UnpyialReMP RphN'1T ardeodaXD'fnln }��av��elL ientemM Repleial ITSAMI4Mw 1TyrgaNMp Fplw� Preium Draft noon RTP Regional Transportation Plan: Making the Connections On Thursday, December s, 2007, SCAG" s Transportation end Communications committee (TOC) authorized the Draft 2008 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) for public release. The public is invited to submit comments on the Draft 2008 RTP. The pubbo comment period for the plan will dose on February 18, 2008. Notice of Public Availability and Hearings " Ghee hem to view the notice in English. " Mager die a0ui pare visiAn el aviso en Fzpeliel. " 49[114E4wne13115ii. Draft 2008 RTP Downloads The Draft 2up6 RTP is evadable for download by Mp4r or as ne file, please rote that due to the large file size, we strongly recommend that you download rt onto your wmpNw before opening the file. All files are ,n Adobe Acrobat 8 PDF format. t Draft 2009 RTP ( Report. 8.68 roo ) " Executive Sunman " chapter l: Oversew " chpmrn Transportation Plennog and chageges t chapter 11[. Transportation Strategy a Chapter Iv: Enantial Plan " Chapter V: Pim Performance " chapter VI: Implementation and Monitories t chapter Vll: Future emnes4mn: The Strategic Mon RCP Supplemental part' T. Project OsM,p ehate "cry that de4 : a .wry largo hie, dcrnlnading ma8 lake tom. ann. S. Transportation Conformity o Modefng Uri a. IMeyated Graver Forecast and Regional lend use Po6oee S. Highways and Arterials 6. Trensit T. Goods Neogene e, ayiatien and airpart mound AVaac 9. Wiiespeed Regeng Tanpeit System 10. MomMotoriaed Transportation 11. Tmsports ion Demand Management Notes: 1. The project list is located in item #1 in the RTP Supplemental Report section 2. Comments can be submitted directly to SCAG by selecting the comments button on the page. The page will open to a comments field. " " Sample 2008 RTP project listing page: GAT. �GORY RTP ID ROUE 2 ROUTE NAME RIVERSIDE 'DC ORTY RTP PROJECTS FROM TO :. DESCRIPTION PROJECT P cunt.ROJECT COST. -... iION 8Y" �I'M�S} MOWS al000312 215 12Is /YpA0T0 681M6P6 212041I001 21s ��y����'p'�� T04.Sq 60APAPS 3100210 OMAN 311072S 215 421S(W2024 0 2131) 8M11110ERSF IB C01U1@MAIE &SWIWE 660011SMUCT 011ERCH1MGERtl66 AIE 21211110161A1 AT 1161101BIYARE 6UMW aEV SECOMMUCr011131011210EAMPS 06 At MUMMY) W 69AYN10 10:Ca121111 16AM 06 �11311 EMU B /6FFgrAT061228 tl6 215 1215/0100-0310412 611010/2PS 0016TrA:T11006 OK ICAO r1W6 0218UGB TIANIi- 0 Po04012118Y6Er51M 021111131A1r1FY 11315.31211 66E0 201019106 10 I-10 RON 106 PROJECT 118/IR6 REPORT NE M%RIO06AILL1MAOU611S 0011pA1B/1 SOFMIAEAID IAMAY E1066051010A/D eWYER+SHAAE, A61NH1P6PEI PUMA 121A1102/4111106 FC116U2STO�%0PSOVEMER PA2ECI AWII6EYNE 66112100MAI AW1WIMF FACR DIEC110110M02002 102A 2320 2020 2030 2020 M`m 2000 2030 $22,023 $10256 532501 8221,291 A pdf file of the complete RTP project listing for Riverside County will be sent to the TAC as a separate file_ Local Assistance Agenda at RCTC TAC for January 14, 2008 New Local Assistance Staff Listing • Restructured program assignment to enhance project calls and inquiry. • Focused two new tasks assignments: CWA and quarterly review of inactive projects. Primary point of contact remains with area coordinator. ■ Some reshuffling of agencies to distribute workload ■ Please share with your staff. Available Training • Emergency Relief Training on January 30, 9am, at District office, 8t floor. • Federal Aid Course 2, 3, 4, and 5 being offered in late May/ early June. E-mail will be sent to all agencies in the near future when location is confirmed. Policy Update: NEPA 1) • NEPA Delegation commenced on September 21, 2007. • New PES was issued and posted on Local Assistance website on December 11, 2007. All projects are to use the new PES form with exception on case by case. • A reminder was sent to all agencies on January 10, 2008 to use new PES form. • Today, Chris Benz -Blumberg will provide an overview of the new PES form. To cc bcc "Alana Townsend" <atownsend@ci.palm-desert.ca.us>, "Alfonso Hernandez" <ahernandez@sunline.org>, "Allyn Waggle" <awaggle@cvag.org>, "Amad Qattan" Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, David Franceschelli/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric Subject assignment sheet ********************************************************************************** PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER Local Assistance Assignment Sheet Nov 26 2007.xls DISTRICT 8 Division of Planning & Local Assistance Office of Local Assistance 464 West 4th Street, 6th Floor MS 1160, San Bernardino, CA 92401-1400 FAX: (909) 383-4129 CALNET: 670 SEAN YEUNG, OFFICE CHIEF (909) 383-4030 Ramiro Martinez (909)383-6909 Ayda Homsi (909) 383-4830 Chris Igbinedion (909) 383-6262 Evita Premdas (909)383-4939 Steven Nguyen (909)383-6464 Nivine Georges (909) 383-2683 Colton Fontana Needles County of SBD Adelanto Big Bear Lake Grand Terrace Hesperia MD AQMD Montclair SCAG Victorville Yucca Valley Apple Valley Chino Chino Hills Ontario Rancho Cucamonga San Bernardino Twentynine Palms Upland Yucaipa BRIDGE PRGM: RIV Caltrans RCTC Database HQ Liason CMAQ Discretionary FED-EXCHM FSP ITS Local Road MTP Pre ISTEA Rideshare RR Grade RSTP SLTPP Storm Rehab TCRP TEA Blythe Cathedral City Coachella CVAG Desert Hot Springs Indian Wells Indio La Quinta Palm Desert Rancho Mirage Palm Springs Barstow Corona FDM Lake Elsinore Murrieta UC Riverside City of Riverside FTA Transfers PPM Carol Green (909) 383-6463 Eric Tang (909)383-4578 Laura Zaninovich (909)383-6460 Harish Rastogi (909) 383-4941 David Franceschelli (909)383-4574 Donna Viega-Sage (909) 383-6497 Highland Loma Linda Redlands Rialto SANBAG Banning Beaumont Calimesa Hemet March JPA Moreno Valley Perris San Jacinto Temecula WRCOG BRIDGE PRGM: SBd Norco Inactive Projects Coop Work Agmnt BTA DEMO/HPP EEM HES HSIP, HR3 SR2S SRTS STIP STIP TE Riverside County ER Program DBE ER Support Finals LA Administration LA Training Mail Log December 31, 2007 Rev. To cc bcc "Alana Townsend" <atownsend@ci.palm-desert.ca.us>, "Alfonso Hernandez" <ahernandez@sunline.org>, "Allyn Waggle" <awaggle@cvag.org>, "Amad Qattan" Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, David Franceschelli/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric Subject Emergency Relief Training, January 30, 2008 DISTRICT 8 LOCAL ASSISTANCE ANNOUNCES EMERGENCY RELIEF TRAINING DATE: JANUARY 30, 2008 TIME: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM - LOCATION: DISTRICT 8 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 464 West 4th Street, 8th floor San Bernardino, CA 92401 COURSE INSTRUCTOR: TERESA MCWILLIAM These course will briefly touch on the local road process, which is handled by OES and FEMA. Most of the course will cover FHWA and the Federal -aid route damage repair process. If you are not certain what a Federal -aid route is you can go to http://webl.dot.ca.gov/hq/hpms(Pagel.php then select your district, your county, and your agency. There will be a list of routes- the 3rd column from the right is the Functional Classification (FC) list. FC of 8, 9 and 19 are OES routes; all others are FHWA Federal -aid routes. There is a limit of one attendee per agency due to space limitations. To reserve your seat please send your name, agency name, and telephone number to: Donna_Viega-Sage@dot.ca.gov. Space is limited to fifty people and reservations are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. maps and local area information: Donna Viega-Sage Department of Transportation Planning/Local Assistance Telephone: (909) 383-6497 Fax: (909) 383-4129 TTY: (909) 383-6300 **************************************************t******************************* ********** PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER RESTAURANT LISTINGS.doc EZ3` =! Local_Detailed_2X.pdf Local_viap_Detail_b.pdf Local_Map_Regional.pdf Restaurant Listings 0$2407.doc To cc bcc Subject October 23, 2007 Dear Local Agencies: aansari@cityofperris.org, adesalvio@mdaqmd.ca.gov, adutrey@chinohills.org, aestrada@sbdairport.com, aga@albertgrover.com, agirardot@fontana.org, Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, David Franceschelli/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric Federal Aid Courses 3, 4, and 5 postponed The Federal Aid Courses 3, 4, and 5 scheduled for Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week, has been postponed. Construction aberration precluded Course 3 from being offered as scheduled as well as extranous circumstances affecting our local environment mentioned through news media. Due to these conditions, I am also postponing Course 4 and 5 until further notice. It would be in the interest to all. I will keep you informed as events develop. My apologies for the inconvenience this has caused everyone. Sincerely, Sean Yeung, PE Office Chief Office of Local Assistance (909) 383-4030 office (909) 383-4129 fax ********************************************************************************************* PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER To cc bcc Subject Local Agencies, Aaron Burton/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Chris Benz-BI um be rg/D08/Ca Itra ns/CAGov@ DOT, aansari@cityofperris.org, adesalvio@mdagmd.ca.gov, Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, David Franceschelli/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric October 15, 2007 At our next TAC meeting, Local Assistance will provide an overview presentation of NEPA Delegation, in particular, SAFETEA-LU sections 6004 and 6005. Attached for your perusal is a letter sent to jurisdications on September 21 informing all parties the commencement of NEPA Delegation. 092107 NEPA Delegation Llr.pdf Sean Yeung, PE Office Chief Office of Local Assistance (909) 383-4030 office ++++++++++++++++++++x++++++++++++•+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++i+++++++++++++++++++++ PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER STATE OF CALIFORNIA—BUSINESS. TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING AGENCY ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, Governor DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DIVISION OF LOCAL ASSISTANCE - M.S. 1 1 120 N STREET P. O. BOX 942874 SACRAMENTO, CA 94274-0001 PHONE (916) 653-1776 FAX (916) 654-2409 TTY 711 September 21, 2007 To: Public Work Directors for All Cities and Counties in California Metropolitan Planning Organizations Regional Transportation Planning Agencies Local Transportation Commissions Dear Executive Director: Flex your power! Be energy efficient! I am pleased to announce that the California Department of Transportation's (Caltrans) NEPA Delegation program has officially begun. Caltrans and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have signed separate Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) for SAFETEA-LU Section 6004 (CE Delegation) and for Section 6005 (NEPA Delegation Pilot Program). The MOUs together assign to Caltrans all authority and responsibility for compliance with NEPA and other federal environmental laws. Caltrans is therefore now legally responsible for all NEPA decisions and is also authorized to conduct formal consultations with the regulatory resource agencies, such as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the State Historic Preservation Officer. Caltrans is the first state transportation department in the nation to assume these responsibilities and looks forward to making it a success. Caltrans believes that NEPA Delegation will result in program -wide time savings for state and local agency project delivery as a whole, which will translate into dollar savings by advancing construction. Details of both NEPA assignments can be found on the NEPA Delegation website http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/env/nepa_pilot/index.htm and in the summary attached to this letter. Key provisions include: • The Programmatic CE program is superseded by the Section 6004 CE delegation; now all CEs will be signed by Caltrans, regardless of classification. • Caltrans is now solely liable for defending environmental decisions on state and local agency projects in federal court. • NEPA authority cannot be delegated from the state to local agencies. In addition, because of the importance of this legal responsibility, the two programs will be subject to quarterly reviews and regular formal audits by FHWA to ensure that Caltrans complies with all FHWA environmental regulations, policy and procedures and that the programs deliver the anticipated benefits. Caltrans will need the assistance of its local partners in conducting and documenting quality assurance reviews on documents, in utilizing Caltrans' annotated outlines for EAs and EISs, and in collecting the data needed to support the audit, including summaries of environmental commitments and copies of permits. These new requirements are described in the "Caltrans improves mobility across California" Public Work Directors for All Cities and Counties in California Metropolitan Planning Organizations Regional Transportation Planning Agencies Local Transportation Commissions September 21, 2007 Page 2 attachment to this letter. We will also be soliciting and reporting to FHWA your views on the efficiency of the program and on areas that may need improvement, and we welcome your input at any time. The PES form and Chapter 6 of the Local Assistance Program Manual (LAPM) are being updated to incorporate these procedural changes and is expected to be released in November 2007. The new NEPA delegation requirements can also currently be found in the Standard Environmental Reference (SER), which is on the Caltrans Division of Environmental Analysis website: http://www.dot.ca.gov/ser/. If you have questions or comments on either program, please contact your District Local Assistance Engineer (DLAE). Your DLAE can also arrange for presentations or training on NEPA delegation. We look forward to working with you to make the NEPA Delegation program a successful vehicle for improving project delivery. Sincere 1 TERRY L. ABB-..0r-°.N. Chief Division of Local Assistance Attachments cc: DLAEs Cindy Adams, Chief, Caltrans Division of Environmental Analysis "Caltrans improves mobility across California" 8 Local ASS Ista'lCe/D08/Caltrans/CA , ,.....�.. entb, Local Agencies, To cc bcc aansari@cityofperris.org, adesalvio@mdaqmd.ca.gov, adutrey@chinohills.org, aestrada@sbdairport.com, aga@albertgrover.com, agirardot@fontana.org, Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, David Franceschelli/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric Subject New PES Form, (LPP 07-06: Revised Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form This'meseage has been forwarded December 11, 2007 The new PES Form, (LPP 07-06: Revised Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form and Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study Form) was released today by Caltrans Division of Local Assistance at: http://www.doLca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/Ipp/Ipp1r1.htm The electronic PES Form can be downloaded at: http://www.dot.ca:gov/hq/LocalPrograms/lam/forms/lapmformsl.htm The Chapter 6 Draft LPP will be released soon. Sean Yeung, PE Office Chief Office of Local Assistance (909) 383-4030 office (909) 383-4129 fax "********************************************************************************************* PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER To cc bcc Subject "Alana Townsend" <atownsend@ci.palm-desert.ca.us>, "Alfonso Hernandez" <ahernandez@sunline.org>, "Allyn Waggle" <awaggle@cvag.org>, "Amad Qattan" Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, David Franceschelli/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM), Chapter 6, Exhibit 6-A, Exhibit 6-B Local Agencies, January 10, 2008 Purpose The purpose of this LPP is to provide immediate dissemination of the update to Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM), Chapter 6, Exhibit 6-A, "Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form" and Exhibit 6-B "Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study Form." Due to the immediate need for a revised PES Form per National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) Delegation, we are releasing the "Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form" and the "Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form" in advance of the full revision of Chapter 6 and other affected chapters in the LAPM and Local Assistance Program Guidelines (LAPG). Use of PES Form effective immediately. PES Forms signed by Caltrans prior to issuance of this LPP may be grandfathered, however, compliance with Standard Environmental Reference (SER) policy and guidance, use of current Categorical Exclusion (CE) form and document annotated outlines and copies of all permits and environmental commitments are required. Contact person for questions Chris Benz -Blumberg SEP, Local Assistance NEPA Delegate 909-383-7565 The first 5 pages of the LPP call out the changes and the rest is the word versions of the PES form and PES instructions. ********************************************************************************************* PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER Exhibit 6-B PE Instructions.doc LPP07-06.pdf Exhibit 6-A PES Form.doc All submittals must be sent to the District Local Assistance Engineer (DLAE)-D8..5ean Yeung, Office Chief The PES Form submittal should include 7copies of the PES Form, including fihe original and 3 copies of any technical studies/attachments. All proposed projects must be in -the FSTIP/RTIP in order to proceed with the PE5 form. NOTE: PE5 Form .doesn't go to the Environmental Planning' Unit untirafter 'the DLAE has received the Field Review Form (FORM 78), PES Form, assigned a Federal Project Number and provided a preliminary review of the package and insured the scope of the project is consistent with the RTIP.~ Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Workshop PES Form The. purpose of the PES Form is to determine the ; potential presence of sensitive resources within the project area. • The PES Form is a scoping tool that 'helps scope the type of environmental document and technical studies that will need to be completed: • A complete and signed PES Form is required for all local; agency federal -aid transportation projects "OFF" the State Highway System. It is :preliminary and can be modified after it has been ;signed, if necessary. It is not the environmental document but is ;part of the environmental file, Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Workshop 1. A four step Preliminary Environmental Investigation process. r Preliminary Environmental Investigation The Preliminary Environmental Investigation "consists of 1." The development of a complete Project Description (which addresses independent utility and; logical termini), existing and proposed cross sections, and project maps; 2 A review of relevant literature, .maps and inventories; 3. A request for technical information from resource and regulatory' agencies;; and 4 Verification of research findings in the field (site visit) and Field Review with Caltrans staff, if appropriate. viazooa 6 Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Workshop Instructions for completing PES Form are located in Exhibit 6-8 in Chapter 6 of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM). Please see the following websites - http://www.dot.cagov/ser/pes/pes.htm http://www`.dot.ca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/lam/fo rms/mgmio,-drp0-6Forms.due-(WvRC-VCr51.0 ) -_ - http://www.dot.cagov/hq/LocaiPrograms/Ipp/LP P07-06.pdf What's ; IVew? The PES questions have been grouped by like attribute and related -federal law. -The PES Instructions were changed to be consistent with the guidance and process flowcharts provided in the Standard Environmental Reference (SER) to minimize the potential for future delays later in the environmental process. -Sections B, C and D of PES Form have been reformatted to provide for quick and easy identification of appropriate coordinating and approval agencies for technical reports and permits. The PEs Form has been upgrades with electronic "fields" to provide for more expedient completion. -The Preliminary Design Information section has been restructured to group like' elements and minimize redundancy ,. • A` few more questions -:1/10/2008. Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Workshop Just a few more Questions Seven questions, previously embedded in the Instructions of the 1/26/94 PES Form, were taken out of the instructions and added as specific questions in the PES Form, to insure they are adequately addressed. These include: -New Question (#4) regarding construction related noise impacts was previously addressed in the Instructions (#1, page 6-39) uy -New Question (#5) regarding whether or not the project is in a NAAQS non-attainment'or maintenance area, was previously' addressed in the Instructions (#11 page 6-42). _.•New Question (#8) regarding whether or not the project is exempt from Regional conformity was previously addressed in the Instructions (#10a, p 6-42). 1/10/2002 - 9 Just 'a few more Questions New Question,(#23) regarding whether or not the project will required the relocation or residential or business properties,- was previously addressed in the Instructions (#16, page 6-44).'` New: Question (#26) regarding whether or not the project has the potential to divide or disrupt neighborhoods/communities was previously addressed in the:Instructions (#16, page 6-44). New Question (#27) regarding whether or. not the project has the potential to disproportionately affect low-income and minoritypopulations was also previously; addressed in the Instructions (#16, page'6-44). New Question (#29) regarding whether the project •will affect access to properties or roaaways, was previously addressed in the Instructions,(#20,-page 6-45) pertaining to Local Traffic Patterns, Temporary ,road, detour or`ramp, where access along . the existing route would not be available.. 1110/2002 - ]0 e1 Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Workshop Removal of. FHWA signature block AQ Conformity Finding signatures Check boxes to designate whether activity is Section 6004 or 6005'CE (similar to PCE/CE distinction) • NOTE: PCE doesn't exist ' • Check box to indicate HQ Environmental Coordinator concurs with class of action for Routine EA's, ,Complex EA's & EISs Section 4(f) new category_ of DeMinimis Copies of permits and list of projects environmental commitments to be provided to Caltrans for reporting' and files. Three additional questions added to the PE5 Form address the environmental requirements of the Migratory laird Treaty Act (Question 16), Land and Water ConservationFundAct (Section 6(f))(Question 21), encroachments on Tribal Land (Question 36). a/302008 Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Workshop FHWA Process,Review Recommendations • ` F5TIP Date Field Date and attachment added to PE5 Form Final Design Field added to the top of PE5 Form • Caltrans Biologist Approval added to section D of the PE5 form in regards to endangered species. - • PES Form and Instructions updated to provide additional guidance on using the "Preliminary Environmental Investigation Notes to Support Conclusion of PES Form" to :-lccutn< nt howtl;P,-mandates cf- .11•ar^licable environmental laws have been met. »: 1/10/2008 Who to contact with questions Contact Sean Yeung, DLAE Office Chief if you have any questions regarding the Local Assistance Process. 'Sit (909) 383-4030 Contact Aaron Burton, LAEP, Office Chief if you have questions regarding any part of your environmental document. tit(909) 388-1804 Contact Chris Benz -Blumberg, SEP, LA NEPA Reviewer `R (909) 383-7565 �1110/2008 14 Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Workshop LPP 07-06 Subject: Local Programs Procedures N a r m� Manual Update Revised Preliminary Environmental Study (PES); Form and Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study, Form Reference: Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM),' Chapter 6-Environmental Procedures Effective Date: November 20, 2007 WHAT IS AN LPP Approved: Original Signed By -- TERRY L ABBOTT, Chief Division of Local Assistance LPPs are Local Programs Procedures. These documents are used for the rapid deployment of new procedures and policies between updates of the Local Assistance manuals,guidelines and programs. They are numbered according to calendar year and order in which released. This is the sixth LPP issued in 2007; hence, it LPP 07-06. PURPOSE The purpose of this LPP is to provide immediate dissemination of the update to Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM),.Chapter 6, Exhibit 6-A, "Preliminary; Environmental Study (PES) Form" and Exhibit 6-13 "Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study Form." Due to the immediate need for a revised PES Form per National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) Delegation, we are releasing the "Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form" and the "Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form" in advance of the full revision of Chapter 6 and other affected chapters in the LAPM and Local Assistance Program Guidelines (LAPG). Caltrans-Division of Local Assistance' November 20, 2007 LPP 07-06 Revised Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form and Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Page 2 Use of PES Form effective immediately. PES Forms signed by Caltrans prior to issuance of this LPP may be grandfathered, however, compliance with Standard Environmental Reference (SER) policy and guidance, use of current Categorical Exclusion(CE) form and document' annotated outlines and copies of all permits and environmental commitments are required. USER FRIENDLY FEATURES • These new procedures are incorporated in the electronic version of the LAPM and LAPG- that are available at the Division of Local Assistance (DLA) Home Page on the Internet at: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/.Under "Publications" select Local Assistance Procedures Manual or Local Assistance Program Guidelines_ You may also purchase the Publications for Local Assistance DVD or CD, which acts as a one -stop shop for information and promotes flexible access to helpful information for local project delivery at: httn://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/LocalProtrrams/lam/LApubsCD.htm • Additional user-friendly features were developed to make the manual easier to edit and to access on the DLA website. The revised. pages in this LPP are to replace the pages affected in hard copy of the LAPM. • To those who have been listed in our Division of Local Assistance (DLA) Listserver in the past years, we encourage you to to continuously receive Electronic Notification of the DLA web page updates and announcements. To re -subscribe visit our DLA Listserver at: httn://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/sub.htm • To those retaining a hard copy of the LPP, if you want to be deleted from the hard copy mailing lists, please send your e-mail to the following address requesting removal from our hard copy mailing list: Evelyn _Williams@dot.ca.gov This is the only list you will be deleted from and will not affect any other DLA listings. You can view these LPPs plus the entire LAPM and LAPG at our DLA web site at: http://www.dot. ca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/public.htm Caltrans-Division of Local Assistance November 20, 2007 LPP 07-06 Revised Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form and Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Page 3 Comments and suggestions for improvement to the procedures are welcome. They may be submitted to: Department of Transportation Division of Local Assistance, MS Attention: Cathy Felkins P.O. Boa 942874 Sacramento, CA 94274-0001 FAX (916) 654-2409 Cathy Felkinsndot.ca.gov- SUMMARY OF CHANGES LAPM Item Change Chapter 6 The PES Form has been updated and improved. Exhibit 6-A General revisions include: (Preliminary • Organized questions to correspond with technical studies. Environmental Study Form), pages 6-31 thru • Added/updated questions, technical studies, and approvals to 42 correspond with guidance in the SER. . • Identified agency(ies) for each approval so that Sections B, C and Dline up horizontally: • Updated form to reflect NEPA Delegation. • Provided"fields" for all areas where information needs to be entered. In the original form; "fields" were only provided for check boxes. The blank lines were not fields. This will make the - form user-friendly. Specific revisions include: • The first page of the PES Form has been expanded to include Federal Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (FSTIP) Programming, scheduling, and cost information. • ` The Preliminary Design Information section has been restructured to group like elements and minimizes redundancy. • ` Section A of the PES Form has been reorganized to group like attributes. Caltrans-Division of Local Assis November 20, 2007 LPP 07-06 Revised Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form and Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Page 4 Cont. Exhibit 6-A (Preliminary Environmental Study Form), pages 6-31 thru 42 • Sections B "Required Technical Studies," Section C "Coordination," and Section D "Actions/Permits/Approvals," have been redesigned to enable the user to read across, enable the local agency to see which agency(ies) they need to coordinate with, and which agency grants approvals for each required technical study/report. • Section D of PES Form has been expanded to include: - Air Quality (Mandatory Requirements) - Conformity Finding for 6005 CEs, EAs, and EISs Conformity Finding for 6004 CEs _. PM10/PM2.5 Interagency Consultation - Section 4(f) - Section 4(f) De Minimus Finding - Cultural Resources - Section 106 Memorandum Of Agreement Permits - Permits - Copies of permits and a list of environmental commitments are mandatory submittals following NEPA approval • Section E, "Preliminary Environmental Document Classification (NEPA)," has been expanded to include CE (with and without required technical studies) for each of the following CEs - Section 6004 MOU CE - 23 CFR 771 activity (c) CEs 23 CFR 771 activity (d) CEs - Activity listed in the Section 6004 MOU Section 6005 MOU CE A concurrence box for the HQ Division Environmental Analysis Environmental Coordinator (DEA EC) has been added to the Signature page, to insure early involvement on projects where the preliminary NEPA Class of Action is an EA or a EIS. A copy of the HQ DEA EC e-mail indicating concurrence shall be attached to the PES Form Caltrans-Division of Local Assistance November 20, 2007 LPP 07-06 Revised Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form and Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) Form Page 5 • A Preliminary Environmental Investigation Notes to Support the Conclusions of the PES Form has been added for local agencies to document: (1) How the mandates of federal law have been complied with for all "No" responses. (2) Specific details for "Yes" responses. _ w • The Preliminary Environmental Investigation Notes to Support the Conclusions of the PES Form xvill serve as complete and sufficient documentation in the project files, to support.the CE. and for future FHWA process reviews and audits. Exhibit 6-B Revisions to the Instructions for Completing the Preliminary (Instructions for Environmental Study (PES) Form reflect stipulations contained in both Completing the the 6004 MOU and 6005 MOU and address specific findings from several Preliminary FHWA/Caltrans Process Reviews, as follows: Environmental Study Form), pages 6-43 thru Changes to the Instructions include: 66 1) Local agencies shall not begin technical studies until after the PES Form is fully signed. - 2) Local agencies shall prepare all environmental consultant scopes of work in accordance with the LAPM, Chapter 10 ``Consultant Selection." 3) Local agencies shall provide the DLAE with a list of all mitigation commitments and a copy of all permits (ACOE 404, RWQCB 401, and DFG 1602), so that Caltrans can track, monitor, and report as required. AUTHORITIES AND REFERENCES • SAFETEA-LU ACT • 23 CFR 635.411 • 23 U.S.C.112 Caltrans-Division of Local Assistance November 20, 2007 Local Assistance Procedures Manual Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form EXHIBIT 6-A PRELIMINARY ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (PES) FORM Federal Project No.: (Federal Program Prefix -Project No., Agreement No.) Final Design: (Expected Start Date) To: (District Local Assistance Engineer) (District) (Address) - Is this Project "ON" the State Highway System? (Email Address) ❑ Yes ❑ No From: (Local Agency) -- (Project Manager's Nome and Telephone No) .(Address) (Email Address) IF YES, STOP HERE and contact the District Local Assistance Engineer regarding the completion of other environmental documentation. Fe[ieral- 1at_-T€anspOrtation irnprovemen`•Prcg.rri (FSTIP) http://www.dot.ca.gav/het rntsproefedAQm.htnt: (Currently Adopted Plan Date). Programming Preliminary Engineering Right of Way for FSTIP: g $ (Fiscal Year) (Dollars) Project Description as Shown in FSTIP: (Fiscal Pear) (Dollars) (Page No. —attach to this form) Construction (Fiscal Year) _ (Dollars) Detailed Project Description:. (Describe the following, as applicable: purpose and need, project location and limits, required right of way acquisition, proposed facilities, staging areas, disposal and borrow sites, construction activities, and construction access) - • (Continue description on -Notes" sheet, last page of this Exhibit, if necessary) Preliminary Design Information: Does the project involve any of the following? Please check the appropriate boxes and delineate on an attached map, plan, or layout including any additional pertinent information Yes No El El Yes Widen existing roadway ❑ Increase number of through lanes ❑ New alignment ❑ Capacity increasing --other (e.g., ehannelization) ❑ Realignment ❑ Ramp or street closure ❑ Bridge work ❑ Vegetation removal ❑ Tree removal No Ground disturbance Road cut/fill Excavation: anticipated maximum depth ❑ ❑ Drainage/culverts ❑ ❑ Flooding protection ❑ ❑ Stream channel work ❑ ❑ Pile driving ❑ ❑ Demolition Yes No ❑ ❑ Easements . ❑ ❑ Equipment staging ❑ ❑ Temporary access road/detour ❑ ❑ Utility relocation ❑ ❑ Right of way acquisition (if yes, attach map with APN) ❑ ❑ Disposallborrow sites ❑ ❑ Part of larger adjacent project ❑ ❑ Railroad Required Attachments: ❑ Regional map ❑ Project location map - ❑ Projectfootprint map(existing/proposed right of way). ❑ Engineering drawings(existing and proposed cross sections), if available ❑ Borrow/disposal site location map, if applicable . (Note: all maps (except project location map and regional maps) .should be consistent with the project description (minimum scale: l " =. 200').) ❑ Notes to support the conclusions of this checklist/project description continuation page (attached) Page 6-31 LPP 07-06 November 20, 2007' Exhibit 6-A Local Assistance. Procedures Manual Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form Examine the project for potential effects on the environment, direct or indirect and answer the following questions. The "construction area," as specified below, includes all areas of ground disturbance associated with the project, including staging and stockpiling areas and temporary access roads, Each answer must be briefly documented on the "Notes" pages at the end of the PES Form. A. Potential Environmental Effects General I. Will the project require future construction to fully utilize the design capabilities included in the proposed project? - - 2. Will the project generate public controversy? Noise 3. Is the project a Type I project as defined in 23 CFR 772.5(h); "construction on new location or the physical alteration of an existing highway, which significantly changes either the horizontal or vertical alignment or increases the number of through -traffic lanes" ? 4. Does the project have the potential for adverse construction -related noise impact _.--(^,uciasrelated to��.p;l�di�:r�i?o__ _ _ ._.'.. .-...�_..{. „ ...-.�... Air Quality 5. Is the project in a NAAQS non -attainment or maintenance area? 6_ Is the project exempt from the requirements to determine project level conformity? (If Yes; state which eonfomrity exemption in Table 2 applies): 7. Is the project exempt from the requirements to determine regional conformity? (If Yes; state which conformity exemption in Table 3 applies): 8. If project is not exempt fromregionalconformity, (If "No" on Question #7), is the project in a currently conforming Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) (with no substantial changes in the design concept and scope as used in the TIP), or is project in an, "isolated rural' non -attainment area (non -attainment area with no MPO within the non - attainment area boundaries)? Hazardous Materials/Hazardous Waste 9. Is there potential for hazardous materials (including underground or aboveground tanks; etc.) and/or hazardous waste (including oil/water separators, waste oil, asbestos -containing material, lead -based paint, ADL, etc.) within or immediately adjacent.to the construction area? Water Quality/Resources 10. Does the project have the potential to impact water resources (rivers, streams, bays, inlets, lakes, drainage sloughs) within or immediately adjacent to the project area? 11. Is the project within a designated sole -source aquifer? Coastal Zone 12. Is the project within the State Coastal Zone, San Francisco Bay, or Suisun Marsh? Floodpiain 13. Is the construction area located within a regulatory flood ay or within the base floodplain (100-year) elevation of a watercourse or lake? Wld and Scenic Rivers 14. Is the project within or immediately adjacent to a Wild and Scenic River System? Biological Resources 15. Is there a potential for federally listed threatened or endangered species, or their critical habita occur within or adjacent to the construction area? 16. Does the project have the potential to directly or indirectly affect migratory birds, or their nests or eggs (such as vegetation removal, box culvert replacement/repair, bridge work, etc.)? 17. Is there a potential for wetlands to occur within or adjacent to the construction area? " Page 6-32 November 20, 2007 Yes To Be No Determined LPP 07-06 , Local Assistance Procedures Manual Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form 18. Is there a potential for agricultural wetlands to occur within or adjacent to the construction area? 19. is there a potential for the introduction or spread of invasive plant species? ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Sections 4(f) and 6(f) 20. Are there any historic sites or publicly owned public parks, recreation areas, wildlife or waterfowl refuges (Section 4[f]) within or immediately adjacent to the construction area? 21. Does the project have the potential to affect properties acquired or improvedwithLand arid Water Conservation Fund Act (Sectionb[f)) funds? Visual Resources 22. Does the project have the potential to affect any visual or scenic resources? Relocation Impacts 23. Will the project require the relocation of residential or business properties? Land Use, Community, and Farmland Impacts 24. Will the project require any right of way, including partial or full takes? Consider construction easements and utility relocations. 25. Is thc.projecti ronsisteM w,rth plans and,gcals adopt:.d,ty the w.nmunity? . 26. Does the project have the potential to.divide or disrupt neighborhoods/communities? 27. Does the project have the potential to disproportionately affect low-income and minority populations? 28. Will the project require the relocation of public utilities? 29. Will the project affect access to properties or roadways? 30. Will the project involve changes in access control to the State Highway System (SHS)? 31. Will the project involve the use of a temporary road, detour, or ramp closure? 32. Will the project reduce available parking? 33. Will the project construction encroach on state or federal lands? 34. Will the project convert any farmland to a different use or impact any farmlands? Cultural Resources 35. Is there National Register listed, or potentially eligible historic properties, or archaeological resources within or immediately adjacent to the construction area? (Note: CaltransPQS answers question 435) ' 36. Is the project adjacent to, or would it encroach on Tribal land? LPP 07-06 Page 6-33 November 20, 2007 Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form Local Assistance Procedures Manual For Sections B, C, and D, check appropriate box to indicate required technical studies, coordination, permits, or approvals. B. Required Technical Studies and Analyses C. . Coordination D. Anticipated Actions/Permits/Approvals ■ Traffic Check one: ■ Traffic Study ■ ;Caltrans ■ Approval ■ ,Caltrans ■ Approval ■ Technical Memorandum ■ Approval ■ Discussion in ED only ■ Caltrans ■ Noise Check as applicable: ■ Traffic Related ■ Construction Related Check one: ■ Noise Study Report ■ Caltrans ■ Approval ■ Technical Memorandum ■ Caltrans ■ Approval _. fJ Discussion m ED Only ..._ .Ey cal:,ans , _ - -: L J " Avy;Oval "• - ■ - Caltrans ■ Air Quality Check as applicable: ■ Traffic Related ■ Construction Related Check one ■ Air Quality Report ■ Approval ■ Approval ■ Technical Memorandum ■ Caltrans ■ Approval • Discussion in ED only ■ Caltrans ■ FHWA ■ Conformity Finding (6005 CEs, EAs, EISs) • Caltrans ■ Conformity Finding (6004 CEs) . ■ Regional Agency ■ PM10/PM2.5 Interagency Consultation ■ - Hazardous Materials! Hazardous Waste Cheek as applicable: ■ Initial Site Assessment ■ Caltrans ■ Approval (Phase 1) ■ Caltrans • Approval ■ Preliminary Site Assessment (Phase 2) • Approval ■ Discussion in ED only ■ Caltrans ■ Cal EPA DTSC ■ Review Database ■ Local Agency ■ Review Database ■ Water QualitylResources Check as applicable: ■ Water Quality Assess. Report ■ Caltrans ■ Approval ■ Approval • Technical Memorandum • Caltrans • Caltrans ■ Approval • Discussion in ED only ■ Sole -Source Aquifer (Districts 5, 6 and 11) ■ EPA (S.F. Regional Office) ■ Approval of Analysis in ED ■ Coastal Zone Consistency Determination ■ Coastal Zone ■ CCC Page 6-34 November 20, 2007 LPP 07-06 Local Assistance Procedures Manual Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form" B. Required Technical Studies and Analyses, C. Coordination D. Anticipated Actions1PermitslApprovals ■ Floodplain Check as applicable: Caltrans Approval ■ Location Hydraulic Study ■ ■ ■ Floodplain Evaluation Report ■ Caltrans ■ Approval Summary Floodplain (♦ Caltrans - • Approval - Encroachment Report - - - ■ Caltrans ■ Only Practicable Alternative Finding (♦ FHWA - 11 Approves significant encroachments and concurs in Only Practicable Alternative Findings ■ Wild and Scenic Rivers - River Managing Agency • Wild and Scenic Rivers Determination • 0 ■ Biological Resources Check as applicable:...- Caltrans ❑ .Approval ■ NES, Minimal Impact _, _. ■ ■ NES -- ■ BABE ■ Caltrans ■ Approves for Consultation - _ ■ USFWS NOAA Fisheries ■ Section 7 Informal/Formal Consultation - - • • EFH Evaluation [♦ NOAA Fisheries" e MSA Consultation ■ Bio-Acoustic Evaluation ■ NOAA Fisheries ■ . Approval ■ Technical Memorandum • Caltrans ■ Approval ■ Wetlands Check as applicable: Caltrans Approval - ■ WD and Assessment ■ ■ - - ■ ACOE i Wetland Verification ■ NRCS ■ Agricultural Wetland Verification -• Caltrans .• Wetlands Only Practicable Alternative. Finding ■ Invasive Plants ■ Discussion in ED only • Caltrans ■ Approval ■ Section 4(f) Check as applicable: Caltrans - - Determine Temporary Occupancy _ ■ ■ ■ de Minimis ■ Caltrans` • de Minimis Finding ■ Programmatic 4(f) Evaluation ❑ Caltrans- ■ Approval Type: ■■■■. ■ Individual 4(f) Evaluation ■ Caltrans ■ Approval ■ Agency with Jurisdiction SHPO DOI HUD USDA ■ ■ ■ ■ LPP 07-06 Page 6-35 November 20, 2007 Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form Local Assistance Procedures Manual - B. Required Technical Studies and Analyses C. Coordination D. Anticipated Actions/Permits/Approvals ■ Section 6(t) Agency with Jurisdiction NPS Determines Consistency with Long -Term Management Plan ■ ■ ■ • NPS ■ Approves Conversion Visual Resources Check one: Caltrans Approval "• ■ ■ Visual Impact Assessment ■ ■ ❑ Technical Memorandum ■ Caltrans ■ Approval e Discussion in ED only ■ Caltrans ■ Approval Relocation Impacts Cheek one: - _ D Relocation Impact Memo ❑ ` Caitr"aus ` - LJ Approva: ■ ■ Relocation Impact Study • Caltrans ■ Approval ■ Relocation Impact Report , • Caltrans ❑ .Approval Land Use and Community Impacts Check one: Caltrans Approval - ■ ■ CIA ■ ■ • Technical Memorandum, ■ Caltrans MI Approval • Discussion in ED only ■ Caltrans • Approval Construction/Encroachment on State Lands Check as applicable: SLC SLC Lease ■ ■ SLC Jurisdiction ■ ■ ■ Caltrans Jurisdiction ■ Caltrans ■ Encroachment Permit ■ SP Jurisdiction ■ SP ■ Encroachment Pemrit ; Construction/Encroachment . on Federal Lands Federal Agency with Jurisdiction Encroachment Permit ■ ■ ■ Construction/Encroachment On Indian Trust Lands ■ Bureau of Indian Affairs ■ Right of Way Permit ■ Farmlands Check one: Caltrans Approval ■ ■ CIA ■ ■ • Technical Memorandum ■ Caltrans ❑ Approval ■ Discussion in ED only ■ Caltrans • Approval Check as applicable: NRCS Approves Conversion ■ Form AD 1006 ■ ■ • CDOC ■ Approves Conversion ■ Conversion to Non -Agri Use ■ ACOE Page 6-36 November 20, 2007 Local Assistance Procedures Manual Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form B. Required Technical Studies and Analyses C. Coordination - D. Anticipated Actions/Permits/ Approvals ■ Cultural Resources (PQS completes this section) Check as applicable: ■ Caltrans PQS ■ Screened Undertaking ■ APE Map ■ Cabrans PQS and DLAE ■ Approves. APE Map ■ Local Preservation Groups ■ Provides Comments Regarding Concerns and/or Native American Tribes with Project • HPSR ■ Caltrans ■ Approves for Consultation ■ ASR ■ HRER ■ Finding of Effect Report ■ Cahrans • ` Concurs on No Effect, No Adverse Effect with Standard Conditions ,.v-- SEPO '' Lj'--littterbfroncurrenceonEligibility, Ni) - 'Adverse Effect without Standard ■ MOA ■ Caltrans ■ Approves MOA - ■ SHPO ■ Approves MOA ■ ACHP (if requested) ■ Approves MOA ■ Permits Copies of permits and a list of environmental commitments are mandatory submittals following NEPA approval. • ACOE • Section 404 Nationwide Permit 11. ACOE ■ Section 404 Individual Permit • Caltrans/ACOE/EPA ■ NEPA/404 Integration MOU ■ USFWS ■ NOAA Fisheries ■ ACOE d Section 10 Permit ■ USCG ■ USCG Bridge Permit ■ RWQCB ❑ Section 401 Water Quality Certification ■ CDFG (♦ Streambed Alteration Agreement ■ RWQCB ■ NPDES Permit ■ CCC ■ Coastal Zone Permit ■ Local Agency ■ BCDC ■ BCDC Permit' Notes: Additional studies may be required,for other federal agencies. LPP 07-06 Page 6-37 November 20, 2007 Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies-(PES) Form ACHP = Advisory Council on Historic Preservation ADL = Aerially Deposited Lead APE = Area of Potential Effect APN = Assessor Parcel Number ASR = Archaeological Survey Report BA = Biological Assessment BCDC = Bay Conservation and Development Commission BE = Biological Evaluation BO = Biological Opinion Cal EPA = California Environmental Protection Agency CCC California Coastal Commission CDFG = California Department of Fish arid Game CDOC = Califomia Department of Conservation CE = Categorical Exclusion CIA = Community Impact Assessment CWA = Clean Water Act DLAE = District Local, Assistance Engineer DOI = U.S. Department of Interior T)TSC = . Penatrnent ofToxie Substances Con EA = Environmental Assessment ED = Environmental Document EFH Essential Fish Habitat EIS = Environmental Impact Statement EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency , FEMA _ Federal Emergency Management Agency : FHWA Federal Highway Administration HPSR Historic Property Survey Report Page 6-38 November 20, 2007 Local Assistance Procedures Manual HRER = Historical Resources Evaluation Report HUD = U.S. Housing and Urban Development MOA = Memorandum of Agreement MSA = Magnuson -Stevens Fishery Conservation Management Act NEPA = National Environmental Policy Act NES = Natural Environment Study NOAA = National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ' Fisheries National Marine Fisheries Service NPDES = National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System NPS = National Park Service NRCS = Natural Resources Conservation Service PM10 = Particulate Matter 10 Microns in Diameter or Less PM2.5 = Particulate Matter 2.5 Microns in Diameter or Less PQS = Professionally Qualified Staff RTIP = Regional Transportation Improvement Program RTP = Regional Transportation Plan RWQCB = Regional Water Quality ControlBoard =R ctp.ndard Environmental Reference SHPO = State Historic Preservation Officer SLC = State Land Commission SP = State Parks - ACOE = U.S. Army Corps of Engineers USCG = U.S. Coast Guard USDA = U.S. Department of Agriculture USEWS = U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service WD = Wetland Delineation Local Assistance Procedures Manual Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form E. Preliminary Environmental Document Classification (NEPA) Based on the evaluation of the project, the environmental document to be developed should be: Check- one: ❑ Environmental Impact Statement (Note: Engagement with participating agencies in accordance with SAFETEA-LU Section 6002 required) ❑ Compliance with SAFETEA-LU Section 6002 regarding Participating Agencies required ❑ Complex Environmental Assessment ❑ Routine Environmental Assessment ❑ Categorical Exclusion, without required technical studies (ifselecter4 check one of the following): ❑ Section 6004 ❑ 23 CFR 771 activity,(c)( ) ❑ 23 CFR 771 activity (d)( ) U Activity _. -listed in the Section-6004 MOLT ❑ Section 6005 F. Public Availability and Public Hearing Check as applicable: - ❑ Not Required ❑ Notice of Availability of Environmental Document . ❑ Public Meeting ❑ Notice of Opportunity for a Public Hearing , ❑ Public Hearing Required G. Signatures - Local Agency Staff and/or Consultant Signature (Signature ofPreparer) (Name) (Date) (Telephone No.) Local Agency Project Engineer Signature This document was prepared under my supervision, in accordance with the Local Assistance Procedures Manual, Exhibit 6-B, "Instructions for Completing the Preliminary Environmental Study Form." (Signature of Local Agency) " (Date) (Telephone No) LPP 07-06 Page 6-39 November 20, 2007- Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form Caltrans District Professionally Qualified Staff (PQS) Signature ▪ Project does not meet definition of an "undertaking"; no further review is necessary under Section 106 ("No" Section A, #35) ❑ Project is limited to the type of activity listed in Attachment 2 of the Section 106 PA and based on the information provided in the PES Form, the project does not have the potential to affect historic properties ("No" Section A, #35). ❑ Project is limited to the type of activity listed in Attachment 2 of the Section 106 PA, but the following additional procedures or information is needed to determine the potential for effect ("To Be Determined Section A, #35): ❑ Records Search ❑ ❑ ❑ ❑ Project meets the defmition of an "undertaking"; all properties in the project area are exempt from evaluation per Attachment 4 of the Section 106 PA ("No" Section A, #35). ❑ The proposed undertaking is considered to have the potential to affect historic properties, further studies for 106 compliance are indicated in Sections B, C; and D of this PES Form (`Yes" Section A, #35). Local Assistance Procedures Manual (Signature of Professionally QualOed Staff) (Date) - (Telephone No.) The following signatures are required for all CEs, routine and complex EAs, and EISs: Caltrans District Senior Environmental Planner (or Designee) and DLAE Signatures I. have reviewed this Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) form and determined that the submittal is complete and sufficient. I concur with the studies to be performed and the recommended NEPA Class of Action. (Signature of SenMr Environmental Planner or Designee) (Name) (Signature of District Local Assistance Engineer or Designee) (Name) (Date) (Telephone No.) (Date) (Telephone No) ❑ HQ DEA Environmental Coordinator concurrence . E-mail concurrence attached. (date) Page 6-40 November 20, 2007 LPP 07-06 Local Assistance Procedures Manual Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form Preliminary Environmental Investigation Notes to Support the Conclusions of the PES Form (May Also Include Continuation of Detailed Project Description) Brief Explanation of How Project Complies, or Will Comply with Applicable Federal Mandate (Part A): 1. 3. 6. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. LPP 07-06 Page 6-41 November 20, 2007 Exhibit 6-A Preliminary Environmental Studies (PES) Form Local Assistance Procedures Manual DISTRIBUTION: 1) _Original - DLAE, 2) Local Agency Project Manager, 3) DLA Environmental. Coordinator 4) Senior Environmental Planner (or designee), 5) District PQS Page 6-42 November 20, 2007 Ca!trans District 8 Local Assistance Branch Report Card Please enter a rating for each of the numbered items below: Rating Scale I M E Improvement needed Meets Expected Standards Exceeds Expected Standards 1 Customer Service 2 Knowledge 3 Accessibility 4 Efficiency/Promptness 5 Overall Quality of Effort 9 9 V £ Z b °owes aoue;sissd le3o7 s.8 pp}sy3 Guinoidwi Jo} suogse66ns Ca!trans District 8 Local Assistance Branch 1) Overall, how would you rate your satisfaction with the service that you you receive from the District 8 Local Assistance Branch? Comments: Very Satisfied Satisfied Neither Satisfied nor Unsatisfied Unsatisfied Very Unsatisfied Overall, is the Local Assistance staff responsive to your requests for information and advice? Comments: Service Survey Very Responsive Responsive Neither Responsive nor Unresponsive ii Unresponsive Very Unresponsive 3) Are you comfortable elevating problems or issues that you encounter while working with District 8's Local Assistance staff? Comments: Page 1 Ei Yes No i(an,ms aopues oN sad Z e6ed :s}uawwoa 4s;oefoad anolt;o Lie/4pp /howl} uo pesnoo; si;;e}s aoue;sissy leool g }opma ay; wq; !aa; noA oa (g oN sad :s;uawwoa 4swalgoad aoue}sissy leool anoi( y}inn 6uileep uagnn in;aoanosea pue algpcal; eq o};Je}s gouea8 aoue;sissy leool g }opma ay; pug noA oa (g Ei ON saA :s}uawwoa tAndwoad paaannsue eoue}sissy leoo- o} sgeo euogdala} pue sgewe anoit aay goueas aoue;sissy peooi (t, g lopism suemeo t Ca!trans District 8 Local Assistance Branch 7) Is your Area Engineer knowledgeable and able to answer most of your questions regarding Local Assistance processes?', Comments: Ei Yes No 8) Are your project and document submittals reviewed and/or processed promptly? Comments: Ei Yes No 9) Are you able to track the processing of your documents and submittals easily? Comments: Page 3 H Yes No Service Survey Italians aopaas oN sa), ti a6ed :s}uauawoa 4suoi}einBea pue samod aoue}sissy leool u! sa6ueyo }nape uoneuuolui Alaun} pue Jeep y}inn nog( apinoad me}s aoue}sissy leool ay} saoa (4 � oN saA :s}uawuaoa 1,semunpoddo }uea6 }noge uopeuuo;ui )than} pue Jeep y}inn nog( °woad;}e}s aoue}sissy leoo-1 ay} saoa (01. youea8 ague;sissy leaoi g lopism suemeo MEMORANDUM January 10, 2008 From: Ken Lobeck To: Technical Advisory Committee Re: Supplemental Guidance for Submitting Comments to the 2008 RTP Riverside County Transportation Commission Background: Along with the official draft 2008 RTP project lists being sent out to the TAC, this memo provides added guidance for agencies to submit comments during the public review period for the 2008 RTP. While the SCAG website at http://www.scaq.ca.gov/rtp2008/ provides an online method to submit comments, SCAG has requested RCTC coordinate a single county -wide comment submission to help facilitate SCAG's review and reply. The 2008 RTP comment period is open until February 18`h. In order to meet SCAG's deadline, RCTC will need the local agencies to submit their comments to RCTC by February 12, 2008. The reason for RCTC to coordinate a single county -wide comment reply is that we anticipate most of the comments will focus on needed corrections or updates to the project listings. The project listings are almost two years old now from their original development and initial submission to SCAG. Numerous assumptions were used to develop the scope and project costs. SCAG staff understands that some changes may have occurred (e.g. project start dates or costs may have changed). As part of the comment period, SCAG can accept project changes with the following conditions: 1. The project change will not adversely impact the conformity finding 2. There are available forecasted revenues to support the cost increase or new project requested to be added to the RTP. If the requested project changes do not meet the above two qualifications, then the requested changes will have to wait until the first RTP amendment to be submitted. Submitting Changes to Existing Projects: The published RTP project lists display the projects in an abbreviated format as shown on the next page. The abbreviated format is still based on the expanded format from the "pre-release" project list. An example of the pre-release project list is shown on the next page as well. R,, The official draft 2008 RTP project list at left is an abbreviated format of the expanded project list lead agencies updated and submitted to SCAG ,x Oma 244 41.4. VIZ cos Am 4 461 44. 440 :sac TOY 1.4 aka When submitting project changes for existing projects in the project list as your comments, please use the "pre-release" project list and submit the comments in the following format: RTP ID Project Name Route Applicable Field Existing Project Data Needed Change 3TK04MA13 Add EB Truck Climbing Lane SR60 Start Year 2010 2015 Use the table on the next page as a worksheet to submit comments to RCTC for needed changes for existing projects in the draft 2008 RTP. 2008 RTP Public Review Comments to Existing Projects Submit Comments to RCTC by February 12, 2008 Submitting Agency: RTP ID Project Name Route Applicable Field Existing Project Data Needed Change Notes: 1 Using the expanded pre-release project list, enter: a. The RTP ID number for the project b. The project description/name c. The route if the project is on the State Highway System. Otherwise leave blank d. The applicable impacted field name on the pre-release form where the discrepancy exists (e.g. Start Year, Total Project Cost, Lead Agency, etc.) e. The existing project data for the field (e.g. Start year = 2011) f. Needed change (e.g. Change Start Year to be 2015) 2. In the above format a project with multiple needed changes will need to be entered multiple times based on the applicable fields that need to be updated. 3. Add rows as needed 4. A sample completed form is shown below: RTP ID Project Name Route Applicable Field Existing Project Data Needed Change 3TK04MA13 Add EB Truck Climbing Lane SR60 Start Year 2010 2015 3TK04MA13 Add EB Truck Climbing Lane SR60 End Year 2015 2020 Submitting New Projects to the 2008 RTP: If the submitted comment involves a new project to be added to the RTP, then all project data fields must be completed as reflected on the pre-release project listing. The required data fields that need to be complete include the following: Lead Agency: Route: Description: From: To: PM Limits Existing Configuration: Start Year: Completion Year: Total Cost Federal Funding Federal Source: State Funding: State Source: Local Funding Local Source: Source of Project: Anticipated lead agency to implement the project For projects on the State Highways System Main project scope elements (e.g. Construct new 4 through lane IC (2 lanes in each direction and ramps) Cross street/beginning limits Cross street/ending limits Approximate post mile limits for the project if on the State Highways System Existing scope (e.g. 2 lane road, no existing facility, etc.) Approximate year when the formal PA&ED phase will begin Approximate year when the construction phase will be completed and the project is open or implemented for use Submit in $1,000s of dollars Approximate federal cost share if known Source of the federal funding Approximate state cost share if known Source of the state funding Approximate local cost share Source of the Local Funds Cite applicable documents that support the.need for the project (e.g. TUMF Nexus Study, agency CIP, agency General Plan, etc.) Please use the sample format on the next page to submit a new project for inclusion in the 2008 RTP. 2008 RTP Comments New Project Submittal Request Submit New Projects to RCTC by February 12, 2008 Submitting Agency: Lead Agency: Route: Description: From: To: PM Limits Existing Conditions/ Configuration Start Year Completion Year Total Cost Federal Funding $ Federal Source State Funding $ State Source Local Funding $ Local Source Source of Project Notes: 1. Complete a separate table for each new project needed to be included in the RTP 2. Ensure the description is sufficiently detailed enough to call out the major scope elements 3. Include the route and applicable PM limits if the project is on the State Highway System 4. Since the draft RTP is already modeled, some requested new projects could be denied to be included in the 2008 RTP through the comments submission and may have to wait until the first RTP amendment if the project will impact the conformity finding. 1N31AIN213A09 J0 NOLLVDOSSd VINII0J1i6 the project list is divided into three sections, consistent with the frame- work provided in Figure 1. At the center is the Regional Transporta- tion Improvement Program (RTIP), which forms the foundation of the RTP project investment strategy and represents the first six years of already -committed funding. The RTP contains an additional financially con- strained set of transportation projects above and beyond the RTIP. Finally, the Strategic Plan represents an unconstrained, illustrative list of potential projects that the region would pursue given additional funding and commitment. FIGURE 1 RTP FRAMEWORK Source of i fieot, Future Antenfj ants r �. RTIP Projects The adopted 2006 RT1P is incorporated into the 2008 RTP, and the following tables present the RTIP projects and their estimated total project costs, For more detailed information on the RTIP projects, refer to the complete 2006 RTIP project listing available at www.scag.ca.gov. Projects are sorted by system (S = state highway, L = local highway, T = transit). State highways are further sorted by route number, while local highways and transit projects are sorted by RTP ID number. Project costs are presented in nominal dollars. 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