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04 April 21, 2008 Technical advisory commiteeTIME: DATE:. LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 A.M. April 21, 2008 83654 Records Banning City Hall Civic Center Large Conference Room 99 East Ramsey Street Banning, CA *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 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 Jonathan Hoy, City of Desert Hot Springs Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, and San Jacinto Les Nelson, PVVTA Amad Qattan, City of Corona Tom Rafferty, 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 Paul Toor, City of Coachella 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 • RIVERS/DE COUNTY; TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TIME: DATE: TECHNICAL ADVISORY•COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. 10:00 A.M. April 21, 2008 LOCATION: Banning City Hall Civic Center Large Conference Room 99 East Ramsey Street Banning, CA In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and government Code Section 54954.2, if you need special assistance to participate in a Committee meeting, please contact Riverside County. Transportation Commission at (951) 787-7141. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to meeting time will assist staff in assuring that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility at the meeting. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS 3. .APPROVAL OF MINUTES , 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS (This is for comments on items not listed on agenda.. Comments relating to an item on the agenda will be taken when the item is before the Committee.) . 5. STATUS OF. MEASURE A REGIONAL ARTERIAL CALL FOR PROJECTS (Verbal Presentation) 6. TRADE CORRIDORS IMPROVEMENT FUND PROGRAM OF PROJECTS AND "NEXT STEPS" (Attachment) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 21, 2008 Page 2 CITY OF INDIO REVISED TE PROJECT LIMITS (Attachment) .'RCTC PERRIS `MULTIMODAL TE PROJECT REVISED SCOPE '(Verbal Presentation) LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT (Verbal Presentation) 10. RTIP/FTIP UPDATE (Verbal Presentation) 11. FFY 2007/08 DELIVERY (Verbal Presentation) 12. MILESTONE REPORTS (Attachment) 13. ENERGY BILL HR6 AMENDMENT - REVISED (Attachment) 14. COMMISSION CONNECTION/COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS 15. OTHER BUSINESS 16. ADJOURNMENT ,(The next meeting will be May 19,,2008, 10:00 A.M. in Riverside.) • MINUTES Monday, March 17, 2008 1. • Call to Order .;. Dave Barakian, Vice -Chair, called the meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission, (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee.(TAC) to order at 10:05 A.M. at Riverside County Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, 3`d Floor, Riverside, CA. 2. Self -Introductions . Members Present: Others Present: • Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, Cathedral City Kip Field, City of Corona Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Alfonso Hernandez, SunLine Jonathan Hoy, City, of Desert Hot Springs . Bill Hughes, City of Temecula Timothy Jonasson, City of La Quinta Victor Monz, City of Hemet Juan Perez, County of Riverside Tom Rafferty, City of Indio Jim'Rodkey, City of Blythe -Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore John Wilder, City of Beaumont Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 Fred Alamolhoda, LAE Assoc. Grace Alvarez, RCTC Patricia Castillo, RCTC William Clapper, `NAI Consultants Brian Cunanan, RCTC Lisa DaSilva, RCTC Eliza Echevarria, RCTC Marlin Feenstra, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Brian Guillot, City of Banning Technical- Advisory: Committee Meeting March 17, 2008 Page„ 2 Eric Lewis City of Moreno Valley, Shirley Medina, RCTC Mila Nelson, RTA Henry Nickel, RCTC Craig Schneider, RBF Consultants Chris Sunde, City of San Jacinto Bret Teebken, RTA Bradley WaldropRBF Consultants` Laura Zaninovich, Caltrans District 8 pproval of Minutes M/S/C (Perez/Field) to approve the March 17, 2008 minutes as submitted. 4 Public Comments There were no public comments. 5. ELECTION OF OFFICERS` Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs, was unanimously nominated Chair and Ken'Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore, was unanimously nominated Vice Chair of the Technical Advisory Committee. 6. TCIF UPDATE Shirley Medina, RCTC, reported that the TCIF recommendation will be approved at the April 10 CTC meeting. Juan Perez commended Stephanie, Tanya and Anne for getting personally involved. He further stated that RCTC did an outstanding job in negotiating on behalf of Riverside County. 7. TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMMING Ms. Medina called attention to the FY 2006/07 Transportation Enhancement (TE) list of projects included in the agenda. She noted which projects have been programmed in total starting with the 2006/07 programming. There was 'one `project that was carried over from 2006/07 into 2007/08, and now is requested to be carried over into 2008/09, which is in the city of Beaumont. Other projects are being =reprogrammed from 2007/08 to 2008/09. This is going to exceed the; programming target in 2008/09; therefore, a determination on which projects to move forward will have to be e Technical Advisory Committee Meeting - March 17, 2008 - Page 3 ..,. made based on the California Transportation Commission's" (CTC) recommendations. Staff; will meet with the TAC subcommittee in April and will continue to monitor. this. Allocation requests for projects `programmed in FY 2007/08 must be made before the end of the state fiscal year (June 30, 200.8). 8. STIP UPDATE Ms.. Medina said there, was no additional capacityfor programming A number, of projects were; carried, over into:. the ;next fiscal year due to scheduling. All the information was sent to the agencies. The CTC's recommendations will be posted in April 2008 and staff will continue to inform the TAC of developments. 9. IMPLEMENTING AGENCY RESPONSIBILITY ON STATE HIGHWAYS Shirley Medina said that an update to the Caltrans guide to "Implementing Agency Responsibilities on State Highways" is included in the agenda. It is for information for projects on the state highway system. __ There are references to the local assistance procedures manual or other types of programs. 10. LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT Sean Yeung provided three documents: • Available Training and Policy Update • Quarterly Review of Inactive Projects: Current Inactive (spreadsheet) for the time period of 10/01 /07 — 12/31 /08 • Series of e-mail that have been sent to all agencies He informed the TAC that the Division of Local Assistance will provide training on the new online database system (LA-ODIS) that pertains only to Prop 1 B projects (Bridge Seismic Retrofit Program (LBSRP) or Traffic Light Synchronization Project (TLSP). The training will be provided by Local Assistance staff from Sacramento on April 2, 2008 District 8, conference room 805, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. He indicated that the contact person for any questions, comments or to state attendance is Sophia Thompson, (916) 654-4101. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting,, March 17, 2008 Page 4 r .Yeung also announced that 2008 Federal;, -Aid courses will resume' ` commencing May 22, at Caltrans office annex ,building (the old Mervyn`s building), room 201, from 8:00 to 5:00.. The course schedule is. as follows:. Course II May 22 Environmental' Analysis" Course III May 29 Right of Way Course IV June 5 Fed Aid Development Course V June 6 Construction Contract Administration He stated that additional training will be provided through the California State Parks (not Local Assistance) for the Potential Recreational Trails Program (RTP) throughout California br`the months of March and April The last page of the training handout lists the workshop dates and locations Laura Zaninovich, Caltrans District 8, referred to. the "Current Inactive" - document and explained that the titleindicates any projects that as of January 1 had become inactive. She further reviewed the item and responded to various questions. 11. 2006 RTIP STATUS AND 2008 RTP/2008 RTIP UPDATE Grace Alvarez, RCTC, stated that the 2008 RTIP was submitted to SCAG and the formal amendment 12 was approved by FTA/FHWA in February 2008. She reviewed the submission dates for amendments 13, 14, and 15 as well as other dates for approval of the 2008 RTIP. Shirley Medina further noted that with the 2008 Regional Transportation Plan, the 30-year plan., projects were submitted over a year ago. Immediately following that, staff started working on the 2008 RTIP, which is the first six years of the 30 years. Due to the timing of working on the RTP, then working on the RTIP, Amendment 13 is being done to make sure the RTP and the RTIP are consistent. -12. MILESTONE REPORTS Ms. Alvarez updated project milestone reports that will be due in April 2008 and explained that in order for RCTC to evaluate the current FY 2007/08 Obligation Delivery Plan and prepare for the upcoming FY 2008/09 • Obligation Delivery plan, a complete milestone update of all unobligated projects funded by federal funds needs to be completed. She said that the • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 17, 2608 Page 5 milestone reports will be sent out to the lead agencies about the fourth week of March and are due back to RCTC mid April 2008. 13. CVAG CMAQ PROGRAMMING Grace Alvarez indicated that this agenda item provides CVAG member cities with a report of active projects partially funded by CMAQ funds for prior years along with the recent CMAQ Call for Projects of November 2007. She explained that the Excel spreadsheet lists the projects in the Coachella Valley partially funded by CMAQ funds and obligation years. It is separated in two sections. The first one contains the list of prior years' projects and the second section contains the list of recently awarded CMAQ funds from the Call for Projects of November 2007. 14. -ENERGY BILL HR 6 AMENDMENT — IMPACT TO CMAQ PROGRAMMING Ms. Medina provided a document entitled, "FY 2007/08 CMAQ Programming — To Be Obligated" and summarized the changes to CMAQ's local match rate. The energy Bill HR 6 Amendment changes the shareof Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality program (CMAQ) local match rate. ; The new language requires the federal share. of all CMAQ funds to be a minimum of 80% of the total project cost. Some projects' have local matches above 20%, which reduces the federal share to below 80%. - The amendment became effective December 20, 2007. All projects programmed in FY 2007/08 and 2008/09 are subject to this new requirement. The projects that are listed at 80% or above, are consistent with the new language. If below 80%, and there is a prior CMAQ obligation, the new rule does not apply. Caltrans and other state and national organizations are working with FHWA and congressional representatives to amend the language to allow CMAQ's share. to be less than 80%. 15. SB 821 EVALUATIONS - NEED THREE MEMBERS TO VOLUNTEER' Shirley Medina requested volunteers, who do not plan to submit projects, to evaluate' the projects. She indicated that in the past CVAG, WRCOG and Caltrans have been asked to assist. Ken Seumalo indicated that if Lake Elsinore does not submit an application, he would volunteer to assist with the evaluations. The Chair requested that if there are any other volunteers, they should contact Ms. Medina. Technical, Advisory Committee Meeting March 17, 2008 Page 6 16. COMMISSION CONNECTION/COMMISSION HIGHLIGHTS Ms.` Medina indicated that she was at ..the'. California .Transportation Commission during the last RCTC Commission meeting; therefore, she did not have a report. Someone reported that most of the items were budget related. OTHER BUSINESS. Marlin Feenstra, RCTC, introduced Lisa DaSilva and Patti Castillo as RCTC's new Project Managers for the Capital Projects Department. Eliza Echevarria, RCTC, announced two new RCTC websites regarding SR 91 projects and 1-215 projects. Shirley- Medina indicated that she will forward the links to the TAC. Regarding the. Measure A Regional Arterial call, Ms. Medina reported that additional information was requested from the western .county cities. The information is being analyzed and will be compiled to present totheTAC subcommittee through a special meeting or through the public works committee through WRCOG. Recommendations will be brought to the TAC in the near future. Approval of the call should go to the Commission in May 2008. Juan Perez stated that last week at the WRCOG TUMF committee meeting, it was decided that the next meeting, about the third week of April, will be dedicated to working through the TUMF structure with the new MOUs. He also stated that regarding the project delivery subcommittee, on the issue of utilities with Caltrans, Ms. Medina is scheduling a committee meeting about the end of April 2008. It is expected that Caltrans Headquarters staff will attend the meeting. Dave 8arakian said that at the January 2008 TAC meeting he had inquired as to the status of the Prop 1 B forms that were coming out. He encouraged agencies to apply and get the necessary forms. Jerry Rivera, RCTC, said that the SB821 call for projects will go out the week of March 17, 2008. The Measure A 5-year Capital :Improvement Plan will also go out the week of March 17, 2008. t , Technical Advisory Committee Meeting March 17, 2008 Page 7 ADJOURNMENT ' There being; no further_ business for, consideration by the Technical: Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:20 A.M. The next meeting is, scheduled for April 21, 2008,_ 10:00 A.M., Banning City Nall Civic Center, Large Conference Room, 99 East Ramsey Street, Banning, CA. Respectfully submitted,' Shirley Medina Program Manager AGENDA ITEM 5 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 5. • RIVERSIDE COUNTY: TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION - DATE: April 21, 2008 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Tanya Love, Program Manager THROUGH: Stephanie Wiggins, Regional Programs Director SUBJECT: Trade Corridors Improvement Fund 'Program of Projects and "Next Steps" Report' .... . STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive as an informational item the up -date on the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund (TCIF) Approved Program of Projects and "next steps" report. BACKGROUND INFORMATION In November 2006, the voters passed Proposition 1 B which provided $2B in funding for goods movement. ` That pot subsequently "grew" to approximately $38 through the use of SHOPP dollars and unspecified additional funding e.g. congressional funding and/or container fees. For the past several months, Commission staff has been `working closely with staff from the Cities of Banning, Corona and Riverside as well as the County of Riverside and the .Coachella Valley Association of Governments (sponsoring agencies) to develop project applications as part of the. TCIF funding opportunity. As shown on Attachment A, the Commission, on behalf of the sponsoring agencies, submitted applications for 13 first tier projects totaling $542.6 million; of that amount $169.0 million was recommended in TCIF funding. The second tier applications identified 3 projects for a total cost of $192.4; a TCIF match of $50.7 million was recommended. The project submittals were based on the economic contributions, congestion relief and health impacts to Riverside County residents. In January 2008, the CTC received 84 nominations consisting of 107 individual projects, totaling $4.1 billion of TCIF funding requests. Request for TCIF funding exceeded the CTC Trade Corridor targets and as a result, only tier 1 projects were funded. At its April 2008 meeting, the CTC approved projects totaling $3.088 billion for 79 projects; of that amount, $162.71M in funding was approved for the following Riverside County projects: ' $169.0M was requested; however, due to funding requests exceeding revenue; transportation commissions were requested to reduce project funding requests. As a result, the requested funding for Magnolia (BNSF) grade separation was reduced from $20M to $13.7M. Sponsoring Agency Project City of Banning City of Corona' City of Riverside Next Steps in TCIF Process'' The "CTC staff identified several critical issues " that will need to developed as .part of the "next steps" in the TCIF process: Sunset Avenue Auto Center Drive ` 3`d Street Columbia Avenue Iowa Avenue Magnolia Avenue (UP)' Riverside. Avenue Streeter Avenue Avenue 56 Avenue 66 Clay Street Magnolia Avenue (BNSF) March Inland Cargo Airport 1-215 Van Buren Ground Access Improvement CTC Approved Funding: $10 OIVI $16 OM' $17.5M $6.0M $13.OM,.; $ 20.0M $ 8.5M $15.5M $10.OM' $10.0M $12.5M $13.7M $10.0M ■ Budget appropriation and allocation will occur through legislative process; Deliverability: Projects must commence construction by December 31, 2013. CTC staff has expressed concern that several projects may not be able' to achieve environmental clearance in time for the remaining pre -construction project development activities to take place. by the December 2013 date. It is anticipated that in the spring of 2010, CTC staff will review the program status; any project that does not have environmental clearance at that time is vulnerable of being dropped from the program. CTC staff will work with the sponsoring agencies during the development of baseline agreements to further address this issue; ■ Development of baseline agreements will be initiated upon adoption of the program and will become the basis for determining accountability. The agreements will set forth the proposed scope, expected benefits, delivery schedule and project cost and ,funding plan. ..,Once _completed, any amendments to `the scope, project benefits, schedule : and/or cost will require. CTC approval. Following is the schedule for completion of the baseline agreements: July:' 2008: agreements will presented' to ;the CTC for highway projects;and o September 2008: agreements will be presented to the CTC for grade separation and mainline rail projects. 4 Note: If agreements are not executed by the specified date, the project will be eliminated from the program. • Supplemental Funding and the 1:1 Match: Several project funding plans included references to unsecured or future revenue sources (e.g. future container fees, future toll authority, railroad contributions, PUC 190 funds, etc.). As part of the ,baseline agreements; the CTC requires that funding plans must be identified and committed through the form of regional board or local commission actions or resolutions. Sponsoring agencies will have the ability to substitute committed local, federal or private funds with newly generated local funds when those funds become available; Air Quality and Emission Reduction: Screening at the regional level is complete; however, CTC staff is currently reviewing projects to identify which projects could have a potential` impact at the local level. Those projects that are identified as such will be flagged for conditional language that will be included in the project's baseline agreement. CTC staff will monitor the progress of the environmental process and will require that the sponsoring agency demonstrate concurrence to recommended mitigation strategies; 4 Note: RCTC is the lead agency on an Environmental Justice and Community Outreach study. It is recommended that staff from the sponsoring agencies participate on the EJ TAC as the focus will be on developing a guidebook on mitigation strategies related to goods movement. • Over -programming: the TCIF program is over subscribed by approximately $650 million. The approved TCIF project funding is based on the availability of future revenue sources (e.g. additional federal funding, user fees, tolls, etc.). Should that level of funding not materialize, : the , projects will have to be ; re -calibrated to::; fit within available funding levels; •'"Public -Private Benefits and Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)As part_ of the baseline agreement , process,.. MOUs will need to;; be developed and negotiated with respect to: public and" private benefits related to projects that involve investments in rail facilities; and Grade Separation Projects: A master agreement or MOU for grade separation' projectswill be 'required "to accompany the 'baseline agreement.- Coordination with railroad agencies is extremely critical as this may have a'detrimental effect on the proposed scope, the cost to " "construct temporary facilities for the railroad, or the level of financial commitments expected from the railroad agency, as well as the delivery schedule. In preparation for the baseline agreements related to grade separation projects, RCTC is working with the Southern'California• Consensus`. Group' and the CTC to convene an initial joint meeting to discuss the potential impacts to the railroads. As stated in the CTC staff report:. „Man of the s' y proposed `grade separations are located' along corridors that either UP or BNSF, or both, own and operate. Many of the grade' separations' propose alternatives that would require the temporary relocation of railroad tracks to construct a vehicular roadway below tracks that 'must remain in full operation during construction. Coordination with railroad agencies is extremely critical The intent of the joint meeting is to ensure that uniform and comprehensive data for all 29 TGIF grade separation projects can be presented together with a map of the project locations. It is anticipated that this data and map will assist staff in evaluating whether the combined effect of the projects create a problem for the railroads as well as potential impacts to project delivery.. Key to success: in the "next steps" category will be the finalization of the baseline agreements and project deliverability by the lead agencies. Attachment: Project List • Attachment 1 Riverside County Transportation Commission Project List Trade Corridor Improvement Fund January 17, 2008 Project Name . ' Total Project Cost TCIF Request (in Millions) Tier 1 ACE: Columbia Avenue Grade Separation (BNSF & UP) $29.1 $6.0 ACE: Auto Center Drive Grade Separation (BNSF) $32.0 $16.0 ACE: Magnolia Avenue Grade Separation (UP) $51.2 $20.0 ACE: Iowa Avenue Grade Separation (BNSF & UP) $32.0 $13.0 ACE: Sunset Avenue Grade Separation (UP) $36.5 $10.0 ACE: Streeter Avenue Grade Separation (UP) _ $36.8 $15.5 ACE: Avenue 56 Grade Separation (UP) $60.0 $10.0 ACE: Avenue 66 Grade Separation (UP) $33.5 $10.0 ACE: Clay Street Grade Separation (UP) $37.0 $12.5 ACE: Riverside Avenue Grade Separation (UP) $30.3 $8.5 ACE: 3rd Street Grade Separation (BNSF & UP) $40.2 $17.5 ACE: Magnolia Avenue Grade Separation (BNSF) $80.0 $20.0 March Inland Cargo Port Airport - 1-215 Van Buren Ground Access Improvement Project $97.5 $10.0 Total Tier 1 $542.6 $169.0 Tier 2 ACE: Mary Street Grade Separation (UP) $38.0 $17.7 ACE: Jurupa Road Grade Separation (UP) $108.4 $10.0 1-10/SR60 Truck Climbing Lane $46.0 $23.0 Total Tier 2 $192.4 $50.7 3ki25(4, MOORE IA,COFANOGOLTSMAN, INC. Riverside County Transportation Commission ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ANALYSIS & COMMUNITY OUTREACH STUDY Scope of Work September 17, 2007 TASK 1: PROJECT MANAGEMENT MIG will hold a kickoff meeting with RCTC other designated team members, including agency representatives of EJGM TAC. At this meeting we will confirm desired outcomes, roles, responsibilities, timeline and products for this phase of the project and collect relevant background information, including results of past analyses, maps and results of outreach efforts such as the email distribution lists and other contact information to be used in conducting the outreach, including formation of the Community Feedback Groups. M1G will facilitate and graphically record this meeting using MIG's wallgraphics technique, which involves real-time graphic recording of the discussion and major conclusions. Based on this discussion, we will prepare a fi nal revised work program and budget and submit to RCTC for approval. This task also includes meetings with EJGM TAC at key milestones in the project. As outlined in the Process Graphic/Schedule, we anticipate seven (7) of these meetings over the approximately 12-month project period. These key meetings would be: • Meeting 1 • Meeting 2 • Meeting 3 • Meeting 4 — • Meeting 5 • Meeting 6 • Meeting 7 — • Review — Project expectations, opportunities and engagement framework — Prototype areas, impacts and cross -area (common) issues — Quantification of impacts and potential options to address these impacts Strategies, costs and benefits — Refine and prioritize strategies (best practices) — Priority approaches and summary report Final summary report and guidebook Before Meeting 1, the Consultant Team will prepare maps of impact -sensitive communities and conduct the Literature Search and develop the basic typology for identification of the prototype communities. In our work with environmental justice and freight issues we have found that meaningful early participation of the community is critical to group productivity. We recommend that the Community Feedback Groups (Task 5) be formed and convened as early as possible in the process to ensure effective participation, mutual understanding on desired outcomes of the process and usefulness of the eventual products. Our schedule shows forming these groups before Meeting 2 of the EJGM TAC so that the Community Feedback Group representatives can be an integral part of the process rather that a later -stage add -in. 1 MOO.RE ;IAC0FAN0 GOLTSMAN, To assist the MIG Team in identifying Community Feedback Groups as well as gathering relevant background data including studies and reports, the MIG Team will work with representatives from the five participating counties (Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura) to develop county -specific consultation strategies. Agendas and resource materials would be prepared for each EJGM TAC meeting. Each EJGM TAC meeting would be facilitated and graphically recorded by the MIG Team and a photoreduction of the wallgraphic and meeting synopsis would be prepared for review by ROTC, posting on the website and distribution to the EJGM TAC. This task also includes ongoing project management and coordination, including contact at the discretion of RCTC with EJGM TAC and agency representatives, preparation of monthly project status reports and invoices and monthly progress meetings. Progress meetings will be held in person and via telephone. All final documents will be provided in original electronic files and in .PDF format. Deliverables: • Monthly progress reports (accompanied by invoices) • Project budget, schedule and project management plan • Meetings and other intergovernmental meetings • Meeting minutes/synopses for project meetings TASK 2: DEVELOP SELECTION CRITERIA & IDENTIFY SPECIFIC TARGET COMMUNITIES IN THE STUDY AREA Some of the challenges presented in addressing environmental justice impact and solutions to goods movement -related issues in the study area are: • Size of the study area • Diversity and range of freight -related facilities and impacts (ports, rail lines, truck routes, near -dock facilities, distribution centers, rail hubs, air distribution centers) • Socioeconomic status along freight corridors and surrounding freight facilities (most corridors and locations in our area have demographic characteristics that would meet or exceed traditional "EJ" thresholds in other parts of the state or the country). • Varying levels of community knowledge and engagement in goods movement issues Our process combines a firm foundation in technical analysis with advanced knowledge of the individual communities, goods movement -related issues in those communities and proven effective techniques for meaningful engagement of predominantly low-income and minority communities. We propose an integrated, parallel process that combines mapping of data with a focus on communities of concern, with early identification of the criteria to be used to select the focus areas for this eff ort. For example, we have worked directly with impacted communities in the I- 710, I-5, SR-91, 1-15,1-10, I-405 and SR-605 corridors, in identification of goods movement 2 MOORE IA,COFANO GOLTSMAN, INC. concerns, facilitation of community -based solutions and work with corridor -wide committees in determining the programming for a combination of regional and local strategies, with a focus on health, air quality, economic vitality and local mobility. In Task 2, the Team will identify target communities that are likely to suffer significant adverse impacts from regional goods movement investment decisions. To do this, we will rely on SCAG's socio-economic data and on the documentation of goods movement corridors, facilities, and projects developed through the MCGMAP and other planning efforts. We will first obtain and process SCAG socio-economic data, including base year data (2005) and one or more forecast years (including 2020 and 2030). We anticipate this data will include information on income, poverty, race/ethnicity, age, and disability. Data will be reported at the level of transportation analysis zone (TAZ) or census tract, and can be aggregated to the city level as necessary. ICF has worked with SCAG's TAZ-level socio-economic forecasts in several other studies and will therefore be able to efficiently obtain and process these files. If necessary, we will supplement SCAG data with data from school districts or social service agencies. For example, though ICF's work analyzing the exposure of schoolchildren to pesticides, ICF has developed a quality -assured database of all California public school locations, by obtaining, cross-checking, and merging information from the two other databases: one maintained by the California Department of Education (CDE) and another from the federal Department of Education Common Core of Data (CCD). Working in consultation with the El -GM TAC, we will then develop criteria for identifying potential "communities of concern." It is critical that these criteria be developed in a way that provides meaningful and useful results for Southern California. The current Federal poverty threshold for a family of four is $20,516. Federal NEPA guidance suggests that minority populations should be identified where either: (a) the minority population of the affected area exceeds 50 percent or (b) the minority population percentage of the affected area is meaningfully greater than the minority population percentage in the general population. In a region as diverse as Southern California with relatively high living expenses, these guidelines should be adapted in order to conduct a meaningful analysis. For example, some California MPOs have defined "communities of concern" as zones with more than 70 percent minority residents or those where more than 30 percent of residents have incomes below twice the federal poverty level. We will propose selection criteria to the MGM TAC, and reach agreement on criteria to use in the study. The next step under Task 2 is to identify where major goods movement projects (or the truck and rail activity resulting from goods movement projects) overlap with potential communities of concern. To do this, we will rely primarily on maps and datasets developed as part of the MCGMAP as well as those developed by SCAG for the 2007 RTP. It is critical at this stage that we reach agreement with the MGM TAC on what constitutes a goods movement "project" for the purposes of this study. Projects in the traditional sense would include projects such as: • Expansions of highway capacity to accommodate increased truck flows (such as truck -only lanes) 3 MO;ORE 'IACOFANO G'OLTSMAN, INC. • Expansion of railroad lines to accommodate increase train flows (such as proposals for grade separation and track expansion on the UP and BNSF main lines). • Expansion of airports to accommodate increased air cargo movements • Development of an inland port (rail intermodal facility) • Expansion of on -dock or near -dock rail facilities • Expansion of marine port terminals • Expansion of existing rail classification yards or intermodal facilities However, some communities might see a major increase in goods movement impacts even if they are not in the vicinity of goods movement project. For example, there will be major growth in truck flows on many of the region's east -west highways even without new projects. We will need to reach agreement with the EJGM TAC on the extent to which we consider forecast growth in goods movement activity independent of specific infrastructure projects. We may also wish to consider other changes in the goods movement system that are not traditional public sector infrastructure projects. For examples, expansion of the PierPass program or similar pricing or operational strategies can have adverse impacts on some communities without major public investment. Private sector development of warehouses and truck terminals can also have adverse impacts, although this would not be a traditional "project." Using the information described above, we will overlay maps of potential communities of concerns with maps of goods movement projects and activity. In this way, we will identify "impact -sensitive" communities throughout the region. We will also recommend a small set of "impact -sensitive" communities (including at least one in each SCAG county) that can serve as prototypes for detailed analysis under Task 3 and inclusion in the Guidebook in Task 6. We will discuss these recommendations with the EJGM TAC and reach agreement before completing Task 2. We will prepare summary maps of the data in a simple, easy -to -understand format that can be used by EJGM TAC and the Community Feedback Groups to develop a common understanding of Environmental Justice impacts and issues, consider relationship of current and future freight projects to specific areas and advise on focus areas for the prototypes. Under Task 2, we will also compile relevant literature on goods movement impacts (including health impacts). We anticipate will spending minimal resources on this step, as ICF is intimately familiar with this literature through the firm's extensive work on emissions impacts, mitigation strategies, air quality modeling, health risk assessment, and environmental justice analysis. Deliverables: • Maps showing EJ populations and potential project locations • Preliminary recommended areas for five Community Feedback Groups • Literature Review Matrix 4 MO'•ORE IACOFANO GOLTSM'AN, INC. TASK 3: CONDUCT ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IMPACTS We know from previous work with communities on environmental justice issues in areas with high concentration of goods movement activities that health and air quality are of paramount concern. As a result, the ports, local Councils of Government, agencies and others are actively researching and implementing solutions at the local, corridor, regional, state and even international levels. This is an evolving area, so we and the EJGM TAC will be able to benefit from ongoing efforts and also have the opportunity to contribute to the state-of-the-art and state - of -the -practice through this project. Even though health and air quality are a high priority, communities of concern are also engaged in trying to find the best solutions to other impacts, such as noise, congestion, visual and economic impacts. In this last area, communities with varying levels of impact in the other areas are seeking an equitable share of the economic benefits of growth in goods movement industries. As with economic impact, while all communities of concern may have some level of concern in most if not all of these areas, they may vary — for example, noise may be more of a concern in certain areas, whereas congestion (for example, from freight movements) may be more of a concern in others. Our team is firmly grounded in analysis tools for all of these impacts and will be able to adjust our methodology based on the initial priorities set by EJGM TAC and the affected communities. In Task 3, we will analyze the impacts of goods movement on the impact sensitive communities identified in Task 2. The Task 3 scope of work as defined in the RFP is broad, and it will be important that we properly focus the analysis so as to best serve the overall objectives of the study. Thus, after consultation with the EJGM TAC, we will propose a more detailed workplan for Task 3. Since the current resources available for this project will not allow for detailed modeling of all types of impacts, we will look to the TAC to provide direction on which types of impacts should be subjected to more detailed analysis or modeling. In addressing level of specificity, one other issue for discussion will be the extent to which we analyze the impacts of specific goods movement infrastructure projects vs. the impacts of overall growth in goods movement. Modeling specific projects will be more resource -intensive, and this approach may not allow us to address all of the types of impacts of concern to communities. Air Emissions Impacts We will assess the air pollutant emissions impacts from goods movement on the impact sensitive communities. As noted above, we will request direction from the TAC on whether local -level emissions and air quality dispersion modeling is the best use of project resources. Below we describe our general approach to estimating emissions impacts, should this be the desired focus of the study. To analyze emissions impacts from specific goods movement projects, we will focus on identifying which projects are likely to have the most significant impacts and which communities are likely to suffer most from these impacts. Our analysis will be designed to allow for screening of mitigation strategies by stratifying the emissions, air quality, and health risk estimates by vehicle category: heavy-duty trucks, light duty vehicles and locomotives. 5 MOORE IA:CO.FANO GOLTSMAN, INC.. If analysis of specific projects is desired, we will first select a set of proposed goods movement projects for analysis, based on the information collected under Task 2. We will identify the key goods movement corridors and terminals affected by these projects. From the MCGMAP effort and SLAG modeling, we will obtain current and future truck and rail volumes (with and without major goods movement projects). We will model emissions with and without the project, using the EMFAC2007 model for truck emissions and the latest EPA emission factors for locomotives. To the extent that the MCGMAP effort and/or SCAG have already conducted these emissions estimates, we will make use of these data. ICF has been closely involved in SCAG's analyses of several goods movement projects. For example, ICF has just completed an analysis of the regional emission reductions from two major investment scenarios: electrification of the railroad main lines and accelerated deployment of Tier 3 and Tier 4 locomotives. In addition, we will estimate emissions for selected air toxics of greatest health concern. The South Coast Air Quality Management District's Multiple Air Toxics Exposure Study (MATES 11) found that the mobile source -related air toxics generating the most health risk were diesel particulate matter (DPM), formaldehyde, benzene, and 1,3-butadiene. (However, the contributions of heavy-duty diesel trucks and locomotives to benzene and 1,3-butadiene concentrations were relatively small.) DPM emissions from heavy-duty trucks can be estimated directly with EMFAC2007. Toxic compound emissions will be obtained by applying the latest ARB speciation profiles to the EMFAC2007 VOC emissions profiles. Noise Impacts For each prototype area, the screening methodology outlined in the Federal Transit Administration's Transit Noise and Vibration Impact Assessmentl and the Federal Railroad Administration's High -Speed Ground Transportation Noise and Vibration Impact Assessment2 manuals will be used to determine the likelihood of excessive exposure to goods movement transportation noise. Although the focus of these manuals is upon transit (especially by rail), the methods can easily be. adapted for screening of impacts from freight trains and heavy-duty diesel trucks. We will also use the Federal Highway Administration's Traffic Noise Model (TNM) Version 2.5 to assess noise exposures in selected cases. Congestion Reduction Benefits To assess the congestion impacts of proposed goods movement projects, we will rely on modeling done as part of the MCGMAP effort and SCAG's modeling for the 2007 RTP. In previous years, SCAG has modeled the congestion reduction benefits that accrue to targeted TAZs, in order to assess the EJ impacts of SCAG's long-range plan. If SCAG has done similar modeling for the 2007 RTP, we may be able to use that effort to determine how goods movement infrastructure investments will affect low-income or minority communities in particular. If not, then we will quantify the congestion reduction benefits of goods movement projects for the region as a whole, and make qualitative assessment of how they affect the set impact sensitive communities. Economic Impacts We will analyze the economic impacts of goods movement on communities of concern. As noted above, our specific methodology for analyzing economic impacts will depend on direction from 6 MOORE IACOFANO GOLTSMAN, INC.. the TAC, and will be outlined in detail in a subsequent workplan. We will discuss with the TAC the extent to which detailed analysis of economic impacts might preclude analysis of other types of impacts. Our analysis of economic impacts will largely focus on the number and types of jobs created by the goods movement system. Analyzing the jobs impacts of specific goods movement infrastructure projects is not possible, so the analysis conducted as part of this study will focus instead on how general growth in goods movement is (or is not) generating economic benefits in communities of concern. We will make use of existing analyses for this assessment. SCAG and other agencies have attempted to quantify the economic benefits of the goods movement industry, and there is ample information on the types of jobs in the industry and associated salaries. If detailed analysis of jobs impacts is desired by the TAC, we will build off the work done for the MCGMAP that examines jobs and salaries in various goods movement industries (e.g., warehousing, truck driver, logistics). Focusing on these industries, we will use Census data to identify the location of these jobs at the city and county level, as well as projected growth in these sectors region -wide. For example, we will identify the location of higher -wage logistics jobs in Southern Califomia, and overlay this information with the location of communities of concern. We can also examine the residence location of employees working in specific higher - wage logistics jobs. Through these analyses, we can assess the extent to which EJ communities are enjoying the benefits a growing goods movement industry. Visual Impacts To assess the visual impacts of proposed goods movement projects, we will rely on work done as part of the MCGMAP effort focused on the locations and development of facilities to support goods movement. For the associated infrastructure facilities we will examine the visual impact associated with various practices that may be employed, such as container stacking and lighting spillover resulting from 24-hour operation. In addition, infrastructure support facilities such as rail yards, warehousing and distribution centers may themselves create undesirable visual impacts on neighboring communities. We will quantify the development and locations of these goods movement support facilities for the region as a whole and present qualitative assessments of how these facilities may affect nearby communities. Health Impacts Analysis of health impacts has the potential to provide communities and agencies with valuable information on how goods movement affects public health in specific local communities. This analysis also has the potential to require use of a large portion of the available project resources for analysis. Therefore, as noted above, we will look for direction from the TAC on the scope of health impact analysis desired. Our approach will be detailed in a workplan. If the TAC desires analysis of emissions, air dispersion modeling, population exposure modeling, and health risk assessment for specific impact sensitive communities, we will follow an approach similar to that outlined below. 7 MOORE IACOFANO GOLTSMAN, INC. Once we have estimated truck and rail emissions by segment, as discussed above, we will estimate resulting concentrations of particulate matter (PM) and selected air toxics for selected projects. Using CALINE-4 and other dispersion models for key goods movement corridor segments and terminals both with and without the selected project, we will estimate annual average concentrations of PM2.5 and PM10 and selected air toxics along the key corridors up to a distance of 500 meters from each roadway and rail, with concentration contributions stratified by heavy-duty trucks, lightduty vehicles, and locomotive contribution. The specific projects to be modeled will be determined in consultation with the EJGM TAC. For each modeled air quality scenario the exposure of the local population residing within 500 meters of each roadway and rail line will be estimated using USEPA's most recent version of the Hazardous Air Pollution Exposure Model (HAPEM6). This model has been developed by ICF for use in USEPA National Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) program, and also to support their recently proposed Mobile Source Air Toxics rule. HAPEM6 is a stochastic model that uses the general approach of tracking representatives of specified demographic groups as they move among indoor and outdoor microenvironments and among geographic locations. It includes population activity data of southern Californians, collected for the ARB, and tract -to -tract commuting pattems developed by the US Census Bureau. The latest version can be applied at the US Census block level of resolution to capture the exposure to enhanced pollutant concentrations of people residing and working within 500 meters of the selected projects (i.e., the proximate population). Unlike HARP (http://www.arb.ca.gov/toxics/harp/harp.htm) this approach provides an estimate of the exposure distribution across the entire proximate population. The exposure estimates are also more realistic since they incorporate information on time spent indoors, where pollutant concentrations may be substantially different than outdoors, and time spent away from the residence. In order to estimate the health impacts of these exposures, we will evaluate the incremental increase in the size of the proximate population exposed to PM2.5 and PM10 concentrations exceeding the California Ambient Air Quality. Standards. We will also apply to most recent OEHHA unit risk levels for DPM and other selected air toxics to estimate the incremental increase in the size of the proximate population with carcinogenic health risk exceeding certain levels of concern (e.g., 1 per million, 1 per 100,000, 1 per 10,000). Deliverable: • Environmental Justice Impacts Technical Memo TASK 4: IDENTIFY MITIGATION STRATEGIES In Southern California communities have both common and individual concerns related to goods movement and freight. This is where the ability to work sequentially with the Community Feedback Groups and the EJGM TAC with Community Feedback Group representatives as members of that group will provide the feedback loops that are necessary for reaching consensus on the most effective strategies each freight -related situation. 8 MOORE 1ACOFANO GOLTSMAN, INC. We have an extensive list of strategies that have been developed and are in the process of being implemented in the I-710 corridor. We also have extensive resources in-house to provide additional information from other projects (such as the West Long Beach Industrial Area Specific Plan, the City of Richmond General Plan Health Element, the Rialto Specific Plan, SCAG Goods Movement Emission Reduction Plan, Caltrans Environmental Justice Guide for Transportation Planners, and California High Speed Rail —Orange County of Los Angeles County Segment) that can be combined with examples from the literature search into a useful compendium that can be shared with the Community Feedback Groups as they consider the most appropriate and effective strategies for the prototype areas. We will prepare a technical memorandum and user-friendly matrix that presents these strategies, including a qualitative assessment of where they may most effective in addressing air quality, health, land use compatibility, noise, traffic and economic impacts in community areas. Deliverable: • Technical memorandum and matrix of strategies for reducing the impacts of goods movement on local communities TASK 5: CONVENE COMMUNITY FEEDBACK GROUPS As mentioned in previous tasks, we recommend that the Community Feedback Groups be convened early in the process. We will support EJGM TAC members in holding a series of these meetings. We believe that a strategically planned series of up to twenty meetings will allow the groups to be inclusive yet productive and focused. Coordinated with the EJGM TAC process MIG will facilitate up to four meetings per Community Feedback Group. The following describes potential agendas for the five rounds of meetings. Round One Orient the group to the project and its purpose, solicit their feedback on freight -related impacts in the area or with the selected corridor or project, share the matrix of solutions that have been considered in other areas and outline next steps and their role in the process. Round Two Address a sequence of issues, solutions and impacts within the prototype areas. Representatives to the EJGM TAC will provide an update on the outcome of the discussion in the TAC meeting. Round Three Identify strategies to address priority impacts within prototype area. Round Four Review costs and benefits associated with the proposed strategies, asses and prioritize preferred strategies. Results of these meetings, technical analysis of potential solutions and EJGM TAC deliberations will be used to prepare the summary and guidebook described in Task 7. 9 MOORE IA.COPANO GOLTSMA,N, INC. The consultant team will prepare meeting notices and agendas, facilitate and graphically record the meetings, prepare a meeting synopsis, compile Community Feedback Group results for sharing with EJGM TAC distribute relevant materials (agendas, meeting notices, handouts) to the group via e-mail. We will provide this information in .PDF and other electronic formats for posting on the EJGM TAC website. Deliverables: • Agendas, wallgraphic reproductions, meeting synopses TASK 6: REFINE ANALYSIS OF IMPACTS AND POTENTIAL STRATEGIES Based on feedback and suggestions from the Community Feedback Groups and the EJGM TAC, we will update and refine the impact analysis to incorporate other methodologies or performance measures. The focus of this update will be on information that can be used directly by local jurisdictions and impacted communities in qualitatively assessing the best and most effective practices for their local environments rather than providing additional modeling or detailed data collection. These results will be provided via revised technical memoranda from Task 3 (impact analysis) and Task 4 (strategies for impact reduction) and will also be incorporated into the Issues Summary Report and Guidebook for Local Jurisdictions (Task 7). Deliverables: • Revised technical memoranda from Task 3 (impact analysis) and Task 4 (strategies for impact reduction) TASK 7: SUMMARY REPORT AND GUIDEBOOK FOR LOCAL JURISDICTIONS Using the results and technical memoranda produced in previous tasks, we will prepare a Summary report describing the process, results and conclusions. Results will be presented for both the overall process and for each Community Feedback Group. We will also array the information and guidance developed through the process into a Guidebook for Local Jurisdictions that can be employed as a tool in working with community groups and agencies in developing short-, medium- and long-term strategies for reducing the impact of goods movement on communities. The report will be organized by prototype project area and by county so that results can be integrated into county transportation plan. This Guidebook will be organized so that communities can easily identify the types of goods movement impacts there may be in the community (air quality, health, traffic/truck circulation, land use, noise) and match these with solutions that can work to resolve these issues. The Guidebook will be produced with professional -quality formatting, illustrations and photographs so that it is reproducible in both black and white and in color. It will be brief and to -the -point so that it is both easily understood and can be economically reproduced and shared by multiple interested parties, including community groups, cities and agencies. We recommend that the Guidebook be formatted so that it can be updated periodically with additional examples, case studies and best state -of -the -practice developed as a result of implementing actions. 10 MOORE ,IA,COFANO G'OLTSMAN, INC.. Deliverables: • Draft and Final summary Report and Guidebook for Local Jurisdictions (10 color copies, CD ROM) TASK 8: FINAL ROUND OF COMMUNITY FEEDBACK MEETINGS We will support EJGM TAC members in holding a final round of meetings with Community Feedback Groups to present and disseminate the results. As with other meetings, we will prepare agendas, graphically record the meetings and prepare a meeting synopsis for EJGM TAC members to distribute to their respective communities and constituents. Deliverables: • Meeting agendas, wallgraphic reproductions and meeting notes from meetings with Community Feedback Groups 11 Riverside County Consultation Riverside County Consultation, 12/11/2007 ATTENDEES: Samuel Filler, Transportation and Land Use Collaborative Darcy Kuenzi, Riverside County, 5th District, Office of Supervisor Marion Ashley Diane Morales, Caltrans, District 8 John Field, Riverside County, 2nd District; Office of Supervisor John Travaglione Tanya Love, Goods Movement Program Manager, Riverside County Transportation Commission KEY ISSUES AND IMPACTS Goods Movement Projects and Communities of Concern Mira Loma Multimodal Rail Yard and Warehousing Distribution Centers • Health Concerns • Premature deaths from air quality • Observed lack of lung development in young children • Union Pacific Auto Distribution Center in Mira Loma sits directly across a small road from the athletic field of the Jurupa Valley High School —the highest cancer risk in Mira Loma, estimated at 1500 in a million instead of 1 or 10 in a million. • Heavy duty diesel trucks make it impossible for residents to enjoy horseback riding on the trails throughout the community. • In 2004 residents were held prisoner in their homes due to a toxic spill at a warehouse. This spill resulted in a mixture of two chemicals that could have killed hundreds. The County of Riverside did not know that contents of the warehouse. Since most warehouses are built on speculation without a tenant identified, no one knows what is in the hundreds of warehouses in the community. • Mira Loma Specific Air Study shows the increased cancer risk due to diesel emissions • Increased emissions of diesel PM from warehouse operations in Mira Loma cause increased cancer risks. • The magnitude of the risk increase depends on idling time and specific truck routes. • Mira Loma has high cancer risks to start with (1265 maximum, 905 average); approximately 80% due to diesel emissions. • The average 12-grid increased risk ranged from 11 to 29. • Diesel emissions from truck routes into and from warehouses/distribution centers can have a greater impact on residential and high school exposure. • The maximum per -grid risk increase was 68 (increased cancer cases). • The Jurupa Valley High School area experiences the largest risk increases, up to 90. County Consultation Notes page 9 Riverside County Consultation Impacted Communities • Mira Loma • The University of Southern California's Children's Health Study found children in the Mira Loma area to have the slowest lung growth and weakest lung capacity • Glen Avon • Adjacent community of Glen Avon has organized the Glen Avon Revitalization Committee (GARC). And they are working with CCAEJ; jointly they purchased 13 acres to build a community park and environmental education center • Pedley and Jurupa • Adjacent community residents are 11% to 26% more likely to contract cancer from diesel emissions March Airport — Joint Powers Authority • Meriden Warehousing development planned for airport expansion • +/- 2,400 Acres master plan business park • Warehouse and distribution centers for Kia Motors, Tesco, SafeCo, Walgreens • Large DHL distribution center • Congestion bad, and needs road widening • Noise pollution, times of the flights disturb the residents • 2003 agreement reached with community to limit warehousing • For nearly a decade, planners had been working on converting part of March into a 1,300-acre business park • Under the accord, the JPA will limit warehouse space to 187 acres, keep the facilities away from homes and schools, create a 48- to 60-acre regional park with soccer, softball and football fields, set aside space for a police station and fire substation, restrict truck idling and traffic, and include an alternate fuel facility. Impacted Communities • Recommends contacting City Managers of Moreno Valley (Bob Gutierrez) and Perris (Richard Bellmutez) for info on more specific EJ communities in their area • Edgemont and Mead Valley General Notes from Consultation and Future Issues County needs ability to identify established truck routes • Trucks cut through residential neighborhoods • County intrigued by establishing hours of operation for truckers • Interested in doing a Truck Shift Analysis for off-peak hours What itdoes to interstate commerce? County Consultation Notes page 10 Riverside County Consultation • Currently the State has control on the issue of designating truck routes ■ Need for legislation to allow counties to designate truck routes 5th County District currently looking at habitat conservation issues in the county • Potential to link this advocacy work with goods movement issues to advocate for buffer zone areas ■ Suggested looking at RAND Corporation study on conservation Identified the need for grade -separated crossings in the western side of the County and the City of Coachella • 53 at -grade crossings in Western Riverside County; 8 at -grade crossings in the City of Coachella • Ambulances and fire trucks do not have way to access the other sides of the County in case of emergency • In the City of Coachella, the UPRR railroad is a major barrier to circulation for all modes. Long freight trains result in significant delay and congestion at the limited grade - separated crossings. The tracks currently have about 60 trains per day and are expected to serve over 100 trains per day with added track capacity. 2003 Derailment in Beaumont • A freight train operating in double track territory derailed 18 cars which were subsequently struck by a passing train, resulting in the passing train derailing three locomotives and eight cars. • Damage to locomotives and nearly 1,500 feet of track transformed a mile -long section of the rural roadway into a crowded construction site, while hundreds of motorists were forced to take lengthy detours around the wreckage. NAFTA Corridor 86 • Killed small business on Old 86 when the highway was built • Once known as the "Killer Highway" because it behaves like a freeway and there were high number of accidents • Lack of adequate grade separated crossings or stop signs - Installed traffic lights to reduce speeds and control traffic in 2004 • Has potential to attract industries and more trucks • Land adjacent to State Highway 86 is critical for industrial preservation. If this land is rezoned to residential, land further east cannot be used for industrial purposes because trucks cannot access parcels through residential areas • Making efforts to preserve industrial lands that sit adjacent to 86 because many developers are trying to convert the areas to residential County Consultation Notes page 11 Riverside County Consultation Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport (Mecca) • Airport is used for general aviation, which plays into trend of retiring CEOs moving their businesses to Coachella Valley • Looking to expand airport for commercial air freight for developing business community • Surrounded mostly by agricultural land and very little residential land • Buffer zones of non-residential areas surrounding the airport would need to be maintained • A high school sits two miles northwest of an existing runway ■ Coachella attempting to preserve industrial zoning in sphere of influence south of Avenue 54 and north of Airport • As of 2004, the immediate environs are mostly agriculture or undeveloped. However, urban areas of the city of Coachella are barely a mile north. Coachella, as well as La Quinta to the west, plan to expand their cities southward. Within the unincorporated county area, a major development —Kohl Ranch —is proposed immediately south of the airport. This urbanization will pose challenges for long-term airport/land use compatibility. Avenue 56 and 66 Grade Separation on UPRR (Proposed for TCIF funding; please note there are six other grade separations identified for the City of Coachella) ■ Avenue 56 provides important truck access to Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport and two distribution/ warehousing centers • Part of the Yuma UPRR subdivision line that connects the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to the NAFTA freight corridor delivery system serving the manufacturing centers of Southern California and Mexico • In 2030, 8,600 grams per day of greenhouse gases and emissions will be generated by the idling trucks and automobiles delayed by the passing trains. City of Coachella exploring the possibility of an inland port County Consultation Notes page 12 Riverside County Consultation KEY COMMUNITY LEADERS AND ADVOCATES Riverside County Integrated Project http://www.rcip.org/default netscape.htm Formed very active committees including: Moreno Valley to San Bernardino Policy Advisory Committee, Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan Advisory Committee. General Plan Advisory Committee, Community and Environmental Transportation Acceptability Process Committee Clean Air Now http://www.clean-air-now.org/home.html Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice http://www.ccaej.org/ Penny Newman, Executive Director, (951) 360-8451, admin@ccaej.oro Donna Charpied, Policy Advocate, (760) 347-7586, donna.c@ccaej.org The Valley Group http://www.vallevgroup.org/ Well -versed on the subject of goods movement Endangered Habitat League http://www.ehleague.org/index.html Dan Silver, Executive Director, (213) 804-2750, dsilveria@earthlink.net Solution Oriented and Balanced; well respected in Riverside The PASS Economic. Development Association http://www.ecopac.oru/ Morongo Band of Mission Indians Bill Landon, Public Relations Consultant, (951) 852-9320 Riverside County Department of Public Health, Childhood Asthma Program Marsie Huling, Program Coordinator, (951) 358-4.977, mhulincg@co.riverside.ca.us Riverside County Department of Public Health Michael Tweedell, Deputy Director, (951) 358-5074 mtweedel@co.riverside.ca.us Inland Congregation Unified for Change Zach Hoover, (951) 899-0544, zach@icucpico.org Economic Development Agency of Riverside County Robin 2impfer, (951) 955-6664, rzimpfer@rivcoeda.orq Desert Alliance for Community Empowerment Jeff Hayes, Executive Director, (760) 391-5050, ieff@dcez.org Coachella Valley Economic Partnership Nancy Markwardt, (760) 340-1575 County Consultation Notes page 13 Riverside County Consultation Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) Allyn Waggle, Director of Transportation, (760) 779-8680 Community Alliance for Riverside's Economy & Environment http://www.careenews.orq MCGMAP PRELIMINARY GOODS MOVEMENT PROJECTS/STRATEGIES/IMPROVEMENTS Grade Separation Projects • 61 At -grade mainline crossings • 53 in Western Riverside • 8 in Coachella Valley Freeway/Highway Projects • SR-60/I -10 - Truck climbing lane • I-10/SR-60 - New interchange construction • I-10 - Riverside County Line to SR-60 ▪ I-10 - Add additional lane east of Monterey • March ARB/Inland Cargo Port - Van Buren Interchange Project • SR-86 NAFTA Corridor Interchange Construction • I-10 - Truck climbing lane • SR-60 - Truck climbing lane (Badlands) • I-215 - Widening to San Bernardino County Line • SR-91 - Widening 241 to Pierce • SR-91 and I-15 widening Projects of Regional Significance Included in Overall Project List • Rail capacity improvements (e.g. double and triple tracking: Colton Crossing) • Truck Lanes/Dedicated Freight Guide Way. System (I-710 from Port of Long Beach to SR- 60; East-West Corridor between the I-710 to I-15 and 1-15 to Victorville) • Brawley Bypass (project is part of Border Crossing Improvements) County Consultation Notes Page 14 RIVERSIDE COUNTY: TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/O DATE: April 21, 2008 ,, ., TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina,Program Manager; SUBJECT: City of Indio Request to Revise Project Limits on Highway 111 Median Landscaping Transportation Enhancement (TE) Project STAFF RECOMMENDATION: RCTC staff supports the city of Indio's request to revise the project limits on its TE project on Highway 1 1 1 and requests concurrence from the Technical Advisory Committee. BACKGROUND INFORMATION RCTC staff has reviewed the city of Indio's request to shorten the project limits on its ,Transportation Enhancement (TE)• project,.. Highway . 111 Enhancements, .. and,; concurs with the project limit change. The city does not have enough funds to complete the original segments, and therefore, would like to focus the funds on the gateway segment of Highway 1 1 1. The original project limits identified inthe city's TE application was on: Highway 1 1 1 between Jefferson Street and Monroe Street, and from Rubidoux Street to Golf Center Parkway. The amended project limits are on Highway"'111 from — Jefferson Street to Madison. The scope of work to provide median landscaping remains consistent with the original application. The estimated cost may change from the original estimate due to the revised limits. However, the federal funding previously approved in the amount of $1,416,000 may not be exceeded. The city will maintain the original project match at 33% of the total project cost. Given the above considerations, the integrity of the project is consistent with the original application and project ranking. This project . is programmed in fiscal year 2007/08 of the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), and is scheduled to receive the allocation of funds at the June 25-26, 2008 California Transportation Commission (CTC) meeting. If the allocation is not approved at the June meeting, the TE funds will lapse. AGEN A ITEM 8 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 8. • AGEN A ITEM 9 11 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9. California. Departments of Transportation Local Assistance 464 West Fourth Street, 6th Floor, MS 760 San Bernardino, CA 92401-1400 Phone: (909) 3834030 Fax: (909) 383-5936 RCTC TAC Meeting Agenda April 21, 2008 Hot Topics Process reviews, more to come. RFA due date of June 1, 2008 or earlier. First come, first serve. Completed and corrected RFA packages sent to FHWA no later than July 2, 2008. After June 1, it is possible RFA may not be processed due to lack of OA. FHWA revision of CMAQ 80% rule. HPP/DEMO earmarks also a June 1, due date except for certain projects. Project listing provided. Please provide response, if any, to Local Assistance to update our D8 Database. New environmental forms required as of April 16, 2008. Award package for DBE reporting, submit to Local Assistance as soon as possible. This can become a possible process review. Policy Update: Review of procedures for inactive projects • Use 6-month look ahead to identify potential inactive projects and action plan. • Use 3-month look ahead to complete action plan. • Resolve inactivity prior to quarter project becomes inactive. Training Local Assistance, Invoice Workshop for Federal Aid Projects, D8 DO, Room 805 A-C • April 29, 12:30 — 4:30pm. • Register no later than April 24 • 1 attendee per agency. Local Assistance, Federal Aid Courses at D8 Annex, Room 201: • May 22, Course 2: Environmental Analysis • May 29, Course 3: Right of Way • June 5, Course 4: Project Development • June 6, Course 5: Construction Contract and Administration STATE OF CALIFORNIA— DEPARTIv1ENT OF TRANSPORTATION DIVISION OF LOCAL, ASSISTANCE - M.S. 1 1120 N STREET P. O. BOX 942874 SACRAMENTO, CA 94274-0001 PHONE (916) 653-1776 FAX (916) 654-2409 TTY 711 March 28, 2008 To: All Cities and Counties Subject: Federal Highway Administration Process Review Preparation . sElei;: mur pgivei Be, energy efficientl: I would like to bring your attention to the increased Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) interest in Local Agency administered federal -aid projects and their ensuing process reviews of Local Agency Federal -aid projects. Currently, FHWA is conducting a combined life -cycle project, financial integrity, and bridge process review of selected Local Agency federal -aid transportation projects throughout the state. Enclosed is a list of .questions and review documents that FHWA has developed specifically for these three combined areas into one process review. At this time, if your agency was. selected to be reviewed by FHWA, you would have already received these materials. I am providing this information to all cities and counties so that you may evaluate your preparedness to fully respond and provide required documents to the FHWA should your agency be selected to participate in a similar process review in the future. Your District Local Assistance Engineer has been actively involved in the foregoing process reviews and can answer any questions or concerns you might have about the foregoing. 1 TERRY L. ABBOTT Chief Division of Local Assistance Enclosure c: DLAEs District Deputies for Local Assistance Local Assistance Office Chiefs "CaBran.r improves mobility across California" STATE OFS'ALIFORNIA—RI IS INESS. TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DIVISION OF LOCAL. ASSISTANCE - M.S. 1 1120 N STREET P. O. BOX 942874 SACRAMENTO, CA 94274-0001 PHONE (916)65:-1776 FAX (916) 654-2409 TTY 711 March 27, 2008 Dear Public Works Director: This letter serves to notify you that requests for authorization of federal funds need to be submitted to the District Local Assistance Engineer (DLAE) by July 2, 2008, to ensure projects will be obligated by the end of the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2007/08, September. 30, 2008. To. ensure use of all available local obligation authority (OA) by the end of FFY 2007/08, we are requesting that the Metropolitan Planning Organizations and the Regional Transportations Planning Agencies work closely with their local agencies to submit their requests for authorization by July 2, 2008. Please note that requests for authorization received after July 2, 2008 will continue be reviewed _and processed if OA is available. However, depending on availability of OA, we can not ensure that they will be processed by the end of FrY 2007/08. erely, TERRY L. ABBOTT Chief Division of Local Assistance C: District Local Assistance Engineer Deputy District Directors for Local Assistance HQ Area Engineers "Caltrans improver mobility across California" pIlLocal 1 AsSistan I1508Makrans/ AsSent bpatonna yiega ` ag 0klk20,0>0321PM, Local Agencies, To aansari@rialtoca.gov, abardos@rbf.com, adesalvio@mdagmd.ca.gov, adutrey@chinohills.org, aestrada@sbdairport.com, agirardot@fontana.org, cc Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric Tang/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Evita bcc Subject CMAQ Revised Guidance April 10, 2008 As you may recall, the Energy Act made adjustments to the Federal share for CMAQ projects obligated in fiscal years 2008 and 2009. The FHWA guidance on the minimum Federal CMAQ share has changed substantially. The FHWA has conducted an assessment of the provisions in 23 U.S.C. 120 that govern the States' flexibility in choosing Federal share for CMAQ projects. The FHWA has concluded that the provisions of 23 U.S.C. 120(i), which allows States to increase the non -Federal share, are not in conflict with 23 U.S.C. 120(c)(2), the new provision added by the Energy Act. Because Congress did not include specific language to override existing Section 120(i), States retain the flexibility provided by that section to contribute an amount in excess of. the non -Federal share of a project under Title 23 so as to decrease the Federal share payable. Consequently, CMAQ projects in the planning or implementation stages that are programmed for less than the standard 80 percent Federal share can move forward. CMAQ Revision.doc Forwarded by: Sean Yeung, PE Office Chief Office of Local Assistance (909) 383-4030 office (909) 383-4129 talc *****r•xowa**************:ea*::+*xtxn<t>:+aat>*++>*********t+:**>+ate>*+3>+ir+**+:t****t****** PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER (Mc(2 ,d 4 /cti2,-/- � ofk �� History: To cc bcc jbradley@dpw.sbcounty.gov, mstewart@barstowca.org, jthaipejr@lomalinda-ca.gov, dsaylor@sanbag.ca.gov, dee@cLontario.ca.us, galvarez@rctc.org, LOCAL ASSISTANCE, "Lisa Poe" <Ipoe@sanbag.ca.gov>, "Shirley Medina" <SMEDINA@rctc.org> Subject HPP Rescissions Q, This message has been forwarded. Dear Local Agencies: The 2008 Annual Act contained language rescinding unobligated balances from ISTEA and TEA-21 HPP earmarks. We would like to inform your agency of possible rescissions on the attached copy of a HPP earmark that currently shows zero obligations. This is one of the projects in a draft list that has been forwarded to FHWA in response to their request. Although the draft list contains all projects with zero obligation, FHWA is only considering ISTEA and TEA-21 earmarks for rescission. FHWA has not issued a "Notice" notifying the states of the amount of unobligated funds being rescinded or the projects subject to the rescission. However, we anticipate a "Notice" is forthcoming. HQ has requested information regarding the use of the draft list and if the local agencies will have a chance to prove they plan to obligate the funds at a future date. We will pass on that information, as soon as we get it. Should you have any questions, pleasemail Evita Premdas at epremdas@dot.ca.gov? Thank you so much. �' � s, I 1.. 4 SBdCo.pdf Barstow.pdf Loma Linda.pdf Sanbag.pdf Sanbag2.pdf Ontario.pdf 4 CO Riv Co - Unknown Lead Agencies care of RCTCpdf Demo HPP Program Projects with no Obligations 3-12-08 Evita for Cities.xls Evita T. 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IIe+Q .. -.,,, " s!gs1S alg PI P4le, Q AqO' -� n o t o n un ;:YO ai9@ll? V Pl1 1 "%Pan q1_V iP 3 .:.,.. ....F..-.., :..: •'d6pdudsa ,'. ,:.+.: +:us a, soma - Q .. _. '. ,.._..7 _9911d1':-UI_ _.U"7PWsiQ. suopa! qp ou qUm sioafad ule cud ddwoulau MASTSit PROJECT LIST FOR: RCTC Engineer: ALL ENGINEERS ALL PROGRAMS " Back To Admin Project'Number -Prefix - Locode (Seq) EA Number Description Location Agency Checkup Date Last Known Activity Eng Intls ER - 4211 (008) 0G0154L Road Wideningand alignment g RFoadway Debris cleanup and repair SR 74, ( In Perris ) From Wasson Canyon Rd to 7th Street RCTC 04/09/2008f Complete, waiting for the final paper work from agency HR PPM00 - 6054 (014) 412114 Planning,Programming and Monitoring Riverside County Transportation Commission RCTC 02/28/2008$878 Allocated by Caltrans on 12/23/99 for 000.00 for CONS. EP CMLN - 6054 (016) 463601 HOV lanes In Riverside County on SR 60 from I 215 to Redlands Blvd and Perris Blvd @ SR 60 RCTC 03/06/20089/1/2008 03/06/2008 INACTIVE PROJECT - Estimated date to resolve. litigation. EP RPL - 6054 (033) A00104 Reali g nment and environmental studies State Route 79 in the vicinity of Hemet and San Jacinto from Ramona Expressway to Domenigoni Parkway RCTC 02/28/2008 On 09/24/02 Caltrans allocated for $225,000.00 allocation ID No. 2003-111 EP RPL - 6054 (035) OG0094 Rideshare Regional rideshare program for FY 2002- 2003 RCTC 02/28/2008State Funds oaf $ 400,000. EP PPM04 - 6054 036 ( ) 0G0114 Planning, programming, and monitoring Riverside County Transportation Commission RCTC 02,Z8/2008166,000 Alllocation ID 2008-171 for CONS for $ (by CTC). EP PPM06 - 6054 (042) 924877 Planning, programming, and monitoring program Throughout Riverside County• RCTC 02/28/2008 Pro ress Invoice paid on 7-6-7 for 5 $ 36 40.73 EP PPM07 - 6054 (044) 924968 Planning, programming, and monitoring program Throughout Riverside County RCTC 02/28/2008On 07/20/06 CTC allocated for $1,947,000.00 allocation ID No. 2007-5. EP CMLN - 6054 (045) 449318 Reconstruct interchange and new HOV lane direct connectors Junction of I-215 and SR 60 from Fair Isle Drive to Day Street RCTC 04/01/2008waiting Evita can't transmit the E76 for Addnl PE - for the amendment to reflect STPL funds (and description change too.) EP DEM05L - 6054 046 924981 Highway alternatives studies g y Various highway alignments between Orange and Riverside Counties RCTC 02/28/2008was On 12/11/2007 Invoice no. 1985 for E&P paid for $824,678.31. EP HPLUL - 6054 (047) 924982 Highway alternatives studies Various highway alignments between Orange and Riverside Counties RCTC 02/28/2008 Orr 12/18/2007 Invoice no. 1966 for E&P was paid for $$50,615.49 EP HPLUL - 6054 (048) 924983 Highway alternatives stii¢ies Various highway alignments between Orange and Riverside Counties RCTC 02/28/20080n 12/11/2007 Invoice no. 1931 for E&P was paid for 541,880.6E EP HP21L - 6054 (049) 456618 . Reconstruct interchange: State Route 91 and Green River Road interchange RCTC 'NO OZ/28/20084,417,000. Invoice since for CONS E-76 of $ EP FSP07 6054 (050) 924992 Freeway Service Patrol frr FY 2006- 2007 State Routes 60, 91, and I-215 in Riverside County RCTC 02i28/2008Last progress invoice paid on 2/20/08 for $ 114,505.96. EP STPL - 6054 (051) 924997 PROMOTE REGIONAL RIDESHARING WESTERN RIVERSIDE RCTC '04/02/2008Evita: 04/02/2008 Brian Cunanan's email to inquiring on reimbursement form and format. FHWA's processed and EP AND TRIP REDUCTION PROGRAMS COUNTY executed on 08/24/07 for CONS $ 820,000.00. No invoice since. FTACML - 6054 (052) 925031 North Main St/East Grand Blvd at Corona North Main Metrolink FTA GRANT CA-95-X031 Construct a new 1,000 parking structure and p g CCTV/Security Enhancement FTA Transfer: Construct parking structure at North Main Corona Metrolink Station RCTC 02/28/20087/30/07, 2007 FTA Transfer cleared by HQ sent to FHWA (Brenda Bryant) - by Nivine Georges. EP FSP08 - 6054 (053) 925039 Freeway Service Patrol for FY 2007- 2008 State Routes 60, 91, and I-215 in Riverside County RCTC 02/28/2008Agreement NO invoice since Program Supplement have been executed since 1/22/08: EP HPLUL - 6054 (054) 924488L1 Realignment and environmental studies State Route 79 in the vicinity of Hemet and San Jacinto from south of Domenigoni Parkway to Gilman Springs Road RCTC 04/17/2008PM E-76 Transmitted for PE of $ 1,266,467 on 12/12/07 but was: returned on 178/8 due to Coop expires and DBE. RCTC and notified accordingly. Email reminders were sent to PM to this effect. Meardey Tim is going to have a meeting to go over the Draft Coop EP HPLUL - 6054 (055) _ 924488L2 Realignment and environmental studies State Route 79 in the vicinity of Hemet and San Jacinto from south of Domenigoni Parkway to Gilman Springs Road RCTC 02/28/200812 E-76 Transmitted for PE of $ 693,000 on • /12/07 but was returned on 1/8/08 due to Coop expires and DBE. RCTC notified accordingly. EP None et - 6054 056 y ( ) Transit Center Perris Multimodal Transit Center Phase 1 RCTC Allocation request was pulled out from the 04/01/2008CTC agenda due to ROW cert EP Report generated on 04/17/2008 16:29:09 4t141,— Z-1/IW? April 10, 2008 Local Agencies, To cc bcc Subject aansari@rialtoca.gov, abardos@rbf.com, adesalvio@mdagmd.ca.gov, adutrey@chinohills.org, aestrada@sbdairport.com, agirardot@fontana.org, Tom Glover/HQ/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Brenda Herron/HQ/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Gilbert Petrissans/HQ/CaltransiCAGov@DOT, Tom Invoicing Workshop for Federal Aid Projects TRAINING ANNOUNCEMENT INVOICING WORKSHOP FOR FEDERAL AID PROJECTS This workshop will provide local agency personnel with information on how to properly prepare invoices for Federal Aid projects. The session will include an overview of Chapter 5 (Accounting and Invoicing) of the Local Assistance Procedures Manual, plus explanations and examples of proper invoicing procedures. The objective of the workshop is to lower the number of invoices rejected by Local Programs Accounting. a.. Invoice Training Announcement D8.doc Registration Contact: Donna Viega-Sage Telephone: (909) 383-4936 Fax: (909) 383-5936 email: Donna_Viega-Sage@dot.ca.gov Please provide your agency, name and phone number, via email, by April 24, 2008 to Donna Viega-Sage. Thank you. directions/ local area information: EfitiI ,.,;f RESTAURANT LISTINGS.doc Local_Detailed 2X.pdf Local_Map_Regional.pdf Restaurant Listings 082407.doc PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE • To aansari@cityofperris.org, aansari@rialtoca.gov, abardos@rbf.com, adesalvio@mdagmd.ca.gov, adutrey@chinohills.org, aestrada@sbdairport.com, cc Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric Tang/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Evita bcc Subject. 2008 Federal Aid Series Overview The Department of Transportation in conjunction with the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Berkley will be hosting the 2008 FEDERAL -AID SERIES OVERVIEW Due to limited seating availability we are requesting that only one representative per agency attend. If you had a reserved seat for the previously scheduled canceled courses your reservation will still be honored however we ask that you send us an email to confirm your interest in attending. If you find you are unable to attend a class after reserving a seat please let us know so that we may give it to someone else. LOCATION: Department of Transportation 655 W. 2nd Street, San Bernardino, CA Room 201 TIME: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (one hour lunch) Courses scheduled: Course II Course III Course IV Course V Thurs Thurs Thurs Fri May 22 May 29 Jun. 5 Jun. 6 Environmental Analysis Right of Way Fed Aid Project Development Construction Contract Administration See document below for detailed class description . Fed Aid Courses 2008.doc RSVP VIA EMAIL TO: Donna_Viega-Sage@dot.ca.gov other information RESTAURANT LISTINGS.doc Local_Detailed 2X.pdf Local_Map_RegionaLpdf Restaurant Listings 082407.doc ***************************************************************** PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER To cc bcc Subject April 18, 2008 aansari@rialtoca.gov, abardos@rbf.com, adesalvio@mdagmd.ca.gov, adutrey@chinohills.org, aestrada@sbdairport.com, agirardot@fontana.org, Ayda Homsi/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Carol Green/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Eric Tang/D08/Caltrans/CAGov@DOT, Evita Announcement from Environmental Planning ANNOUNCEMENT FROM ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING Hello Local Agencies in District 8! Caltrans District 8 Environmental Planning in the process of streamlining and notification is implementing an email outreach program that will hopefully provide you with the latest environmental requirements; forms, templates and checklists that are being used State wide and that will be required for all of your Local Assistance projects if applicable. During the last 6+months I have attended both the RCTC and SANBAG TAC meetings and passed out Compact Discs (CD) loaded with the latest forms, templates,outlines and checklists. This email will now supersede that CD due to numerous changes this past week. The following is a highlight of what is new/revised on the Caltrans Standard Environmental Reference Website http://www.dot.ca.gov/ser/forms.htm. Please be advised that this website is constantly being updated and should be checked weekly. Please save it in your favorites. Effective Immediately the following items are now available for implementation: 1)FYI: PES Form reminder. Only the new PES form version located at this link is acceptable. Caltrans would like to thank all local agencies for already complying with this requirement. We greatly appreciate your efforts. Thank you! By the way thanks for the great turnout in February for the PES Workshop. Overall I thought it went well and the feedback reflected that. http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/Local Prog rams/lam/forms/msword/p06forms.doc 2)Revised CE Checklist: Effective April 16, 2008 this is the new checklist that must be used for local assistance projects. http://www.dot.ca.gov/ser/downloads/ce/CE-CECheklist.doc 3)Revised External QC checklist that is required with every submittal of the Environmental Assessment or higher environmental document. Effective April 16, 2008. http://www.dot.ca.gov/ser/voll/sec6/ch38nepa/External_QC_Certification.doc 4)Revised &New Annotated Outlines (WORD VERSIONS). Effective April 16, 2008. The Revised IS/EA Annotated Outline is now Available: http://www.dot.ca.gov/ser/downloads/templates/is_ea_SER_8-07.doc The Revised EIR/EA Annotated Outline is now Available: http://www.dot.ca.gov/ser/downloads/templates/eir_ea_SER.doc The Revised EIR/EIS Annotated Outline is now Available: http://www.dot.ca.gov/ser/downloads/templates/eir eis_SER. doc The NEW NEPA ONLY EA Annotated Outline is now Available: http://www.doLca.gov/ser/downloads/templates/NEPA_EA_4 08.doc The NEW NEPA ONLY EIS Annotated Outline is now Available: http://www.dot.ca.gov/seadownloads/templates/NEPA_EIS_4_08.doc For Environmental Documents (environmental assessments and higher) that are currently within Caltrans District 8 Local Assistance: for review those projects should still be subject to the August. 2007 Version. HOWEVER, all environmental assessments that have yet to be submitted will be required to use the April 2008 version (or most current version upon your submittal). No exceptions. If you have any additional questions regarding this requirement please call me at 909-383-7565 or Aaron Burton the Senior Environmental Planner for Environmental Local Assistance at 909-383-1804. 5)On March 12, 2008, FHWA/FTA published their final rule on Section 4(f). The rule making creates a new regulatory home for Section 4(f): 23 CFR 774. Attached is a link to FHWA's 4(f) page. this is a good link to bookmark as since it highlights several important aspects of 4(f). It is important to note that on/after April 11, 2008,, Section 4(f) Evaluations must meet the new requirements. http://environment.fhwa.dotgov/projdev/pd5sec4f.asp I appreciate your time and if you have any questions please don't hesistate to call: Thank you Chris Chris Benz -Blumberg SEP, Local Assistance NEPA Delegate 909-383-7565 Caltrans-District 8 Division of Environmental Planning 464 West Fourth Street, 6th Floor MS 1162 San Bernardino, CA 92401 PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE REPLY MESSAGES ARE AUTOMATICALLY DELETED BY OUR SERVER • AGENDA ITEM 10 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 10. 2006 Regional Transportation Improvement Program -*/O Page 1 of 2 Home :: Regional Activities Home Get Involved Doing Business with SCAG Regional Activities Community Development Environmental Planning Global Gateway Regions Regional Comprehensive Plan Transportation About SCAG News & Announcements Resources Publications Jobs SCAG Member's Login Entailed monthly. 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R/WI SURFACE TRANS PROG - HR4818 CITY FUNDS 106 106 RIV070301 Total 106 106 Amend , Source ; 6 2006 i Prior! 2006/2007/ 2007/2008 2008/20091 2009/2010L 2010/2011; 2011/20121 Totali 3,000 3,000 3,700 - 3,806 6.700 6,806 IModel I Route IBegin LEnd 'System i Conformity Category I Amend i Source_ I - -- ! L - - - - - - !EXEMPT- ----- --r--_-.3._ ,- 2006 ` _ --r - - - - - - Agency iBLYTHE IN BLYTHE - REHABILITATE/RECONSTRUCT LOVEKIN BLVD FROM SOUTH OF I-10 RAMPS TO 14TH STREET INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, AND SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS Fund Prior 2006/2007 . Total' _ . --- -- - - _ . CITY FUNDS 84 84 RIV CO SALES TAX 844 844 _. . RIV031221 Total 84 84 844 928 CON, Total; 3,000 3,000 3,700 3,806 6,700 6 806 ProjectlD "County ;Air Basin RIV031221 7Riverside IMDAB ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Route Begin End System 'Conformity Category Amend ; Source - -- _ RIV031202 Riverside SCAB R326 L NON-EXEMPT 0 2006 ' Agency .BANNING IN THE CITY OF BANNING - CONSTRUCT 4 LANE (2 LANES EACH DIR.) RAMSEY STREET EXTENSION FROM HATHAWAY STREET TO FIELDS ROAD (APPROX 2.2 MILES) (DEMO ID#: 213, APPN CODE: 4260) Fund ENG; R/W I Prior DEMO - TEA 21 1,000 500 CITY FUNDS RIV031202 Total 1.000 500 ProjectlD County �AlrBasin 'Model_ !RIV060124 RRiverside ISCAB ;R377 CON Total' 239 1,739 7,761 _ _ 7,761 _ 8.000- 9.500 I Program CAN61 2006/2007 2007/2008; 2008/2009; 2009/2010, 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total 1,500 239 1,739 1,761 2,000 4,000 7,761 1,500- 2.000 2.000- 4.000 9,500 !Route 'Begin iEnd 'System 'Conformity Category I Amend LSource i _ - IL INON-EXEMPT i 10 I 2006 1 Agency (BANNING IN BANNING ON SUNSET AVE S/O I-10 IC: CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE UC GRADE SEPARATION AT UPRR & MINOR WIDENING 2 TO 6 LANES S/O OF UPRR TO LINCOLN ST (SAFETEA CA438, #1261+ HR4818+HR3058) I Fund ENG' R/W j CON Total i Prior j 2006/2007: 2007/2008y 2008/2009 ( 2009/2010 2010/2011• 2011/2012 i FFY 2006 APPROPRIATIONS EARMARKS DEMO-SAFETEA-LU PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE SURFACE TRANS PROG - HR4818 CITY FUNDS_ RIV060124 Total 1,000 1,000 1,600 1,600 7,500 7,500 500 500 1,440 1,530 16,930 19,900 1,440 1,530 27,530 30.500 43 _ --_--__.440 43 440 2,170 2,170 1,000 1,600 7,500 500 317 16,930 317 27.530 Total! 1,000 1,600 7,500 500 19,900 30,500 ProjectID 1County_ 'Air Basin RIV070301 - (Riverside ISCAB SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Local Highway Cost in Thousands Program CAX66 Program NCRTI ENG R/W , CON' Total s 84 84 _ .. 844 8.44_ 844 928 'Program NCR31 2007/2008 200812009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2011/2012, Print Date: 4/162008 10:14:40 AM Page: 1 of 17 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Pro1'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Local Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD RIV060102 CountyAir Basin Model •Riverside SCAB 12368 ' Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category CAR63 L NON-EXEMPT Agency ;CALIMESA LNS (I-10 TO CALIMESA BLVD), ADD EB DEDICATED RIGHT -TURN LN, WIDEN SB CALIMESA BLVD 2 TO 3 LNS 2006/2007j 2007/2008! 1,280 70 527 2008/2009 2009/2010' 2010/2011 2011/2012j Total( 70 1,807 320 90 410 !Begin _ !End I System ;Conformity Category I Amend 'RIV061101 !Riverside {SCAB ;- -.__. ,;, ___ iL _ --- {EXEMPT ; 7 2006 Agency CALIMESA CALIMESA SCHOOL PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY SEGMENT 1: ON 3RD ST FROM COUNTY LINE RD TO AVE L (SIDEWALKS, HANDICAP RAMPS AT CORNERS, UNDERGROUNDING UTILITIES, BOX CULVERT WIDENING) {Fund i ENT R/Wj CON Total; Prior' 2006/2007: 2007/2008, 2008/2009: 2009/2016L 2010/2011! 2011/20121 Total' TRANS AND COMM AND SYS 170 701 871 170 701 871 PRESRV PILOT PROG CITY FUNDS 43 _ _ 10 182 235 43_ _ 192 235 RIV061101 Total 213 10 883 1.106 213 893 1106 Amend Source , 0 2006 IN CALIMESA - WIDEN COUNTY LINE RD 1 TO 2 (APPROX 150' SOUTH FROM COUNTY LINE RD) !Fund ENG; RIW! CON; Total! Prior DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 1,280 320 1,600 CITY FUNDS 73 511 106 690 3 RIV060102 Total 73 1791 426 2.290 3 1ProjectlD ;County Air Basin ;Model ' ;Program Route �NCN27 1,600 690 2.290 Source ProjectlD .County ;Air Basin ,Model IProgram Route (Begin End System ;ConformityCategory Amend • , Source 1 RIV011212 'Riverside ISSAB /R270 ICAXT2 j ^ LL ;NON-EXEMPT 3 1 2006 Agency !CATHEDERALCITY j IN CATHEDRAL CITY ON RAMON RD - DATE PALM DR TO E. CITY LIMITS (1,500' E/O DA VALL) - WIDEN 4 TO 6 LNS & PAVEMENT REHAB, SIDEWALKS, SIGNAL INTERCONNECT, RETAINING WALLS, DRAIN IMP. IFund i ENG; R/Wi CON Total; Prior; 2006J20071 2007/20081 2008/2009 2009/2010I 2010Y1011j 2011/2012 Total STPLOCAL 1,385 ],385 1,385 1,385 CITY FUNDS 225_- 31 206 462 - 256_ 206 462 RIV011212 Total 225 31 1,591 1.847 256 1.591 1.847 ;Program Route i Begin End ;System 1.Conformity Category j Amend I Source INCR30 � 1 ;L EXEMPT 0 2006 (ProjectlD !County Air Basin Model RIV050508 'Riverside ;SSAB a Agency 1CATHEDERALCITY CVAG PM-10 PROGRAM PHASE 5 WINDBREAKS: INSTALL NEW WIND FENCES IN CATHEDRAL CITY NEAR RAMON RD FROM NEUMA DR TO DA VALL DR & AT NW CORNER OF DATE PALM DR & VISTA CHINO Fund ENGI RNV( CON; Total" Prior; 2006/2007 2007/2008_ 2008/2009! 2009/2010! 2010/2011! 2011/2012' Total; CMAQ 20 79 99 20 79 99 CITY FUNDS. _ , 3.. 10-_ . _ 13_ _ _ 3_ 10_ 13 RIV050508 Total 23 89 112 23 A9 — 112 !ProjectlD ;County !Air Basin Model ;Program Route Begin End !System ; Conformity Category 1 Amend 1 Source j :RIV050509 ;Riverside !SSAB INCR30 iL (EXEMPT —1 3 ! 2006 Agency ;CATHEDERALCITY - CVAG PM-10 PROGRAM PHASE 5 WINDBREAKS: INSTALL NEW WIND FENCES IN CATHEDRAL CITY NEAR DATE PALM DR FROM I-10 TO VARNER RD & NEAR VARNER RD FROM DATE PALM DR TO WEST CITY LIMITS 'Fund ENGI RAW! CON; Total CMAQ 115 115 Prior! 2006/2007 2007/2008' 2008/2009! 2009/2019 2010/2011' 2011/2012! 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Fund ENG RANI CON; Total Priori 2006/2007i 2007/2008. 2008/20091 2009/2010: 2010/2011; 2011/2012 Total STP LOCAL 12,236 12,236 9,630 2,606 12,236 CITY FUNDS 375 1,100 _ 1,475 1,075 400 1,475 RIV52001 Total 375 13.336 13.711 10.705 3 0006 13.711 (ProjectlD ;County Air Basin :Model !Program ;Route _'Begin IEnd ;System IConformity Category Amend I Source iRIV011204 iRiverside ISSAB ! ^i INCN31 i ; - i IL ;EXEMPT 7 i 2006 Agency !COACHELLA IN COACHELLA ON DILLON RD - CONSTRUCT 4 LANE GRADE SEPARATION OVER UPRR TRACKS AND INDIO/GRAPEFRUIT BLVD (HWY 111) (PUC#: B613.0) `Fund ; ENG; WWI CON Total; Prior' 2006/2007! 2007/2008: 2008/2009! 2009/2010.1 2010/2011I 2011/2012i Total CMAQ 4,559 4,559 4,559 4,559 PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE CITY FUNDS 3,513 3,513 3,513 3,513 PRIVATE FUNDS 535 535 535 535 STATE PVC, _ , - , - - - 850, 2,650 1,500_ - 5,000 3,500 1,500 5,000 _ --.. RIVO 1204 Total 850 2.650 12,607 16.107 3.500 12.607 16.107 i ProjectlD jCounTy !Air Basin Model Program •`Route Begin 'End System !Conformity Category ; Amend ; Source RIV011209 iRiverside iSSAB R272 I 1CAR63 iL ;NON-EXEMPT 1 0 r-2006 w - Agency iCOACHELLA IN COACHELLA - WIDEN DILLON ROAD FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM HWY 86 TO I-10, CONSTRUCT MEDIAN CURB, AND INSTALL/INTERCONNECT 2 SIGNALS (APPROX..75 MILE) Fund ENG R/WI CON Total: Prior! 200672007; 2007/20081 2008/20091 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/2012, Total: STP LOCAL 2,117 2,117 2,117 2,117 CITY FUNDS- _ - - . „ - - _ 600 483 1,083 600_ ., 483 - _ .- - _ _ 1>083 RIV011209Total 600 2,600 3,200 600 2,600 3,200' i ProjectlD i County ;Air Basin 1Model - ' Program I Route Begin i End !, System !Conformity Category } Amend ', Source I RIV010209 'Riverside SSCAB IR250 ;CAN67 IL INON-EXEMPT i 0 i 2006 Agency ;CORONA , IN THE CITY OF CORONA - CONSTRUCT FOOTHILL PARKWAY WESTERLY EXTENSION 4 LANE ROAD FROM LINCOLN AVE TO PASEO GRANDE (APPROX 2.5 MILES) ,Fund ENG; RAY: CON! Total: Prior 2006/2007' 2007/2008' 2008/2009: 2009/2010: 2010/2011 j 2011/20121 Totall CITY FUNDS 500 3,500 2,582 6,582 500 3,500 2,582 6,582 WESTERN R.1V TUMF 2,000- 2,000 17,282- 21,282 4,000 17,282.. 21,282 • RIV010209 Total 2,500 5,500 19,864 27,864 4,500 3,500 19,864 27,864 Print Dale: 4/16/2008 10:14:41 AM Page: 4 of 17 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIF with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Local Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend ' Sour_ce . RIV010227 Riverside SCAB ITSI1 L TCM 6 2006 Agency CORONA - - - - . CORONA ADVANCED TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (ATMS) - AND REGIONAL ITS INTEGRATION PHASE 1 AND 2 ,Fund ENG RAN CON: Total Prior 2006/2007, 2007/2008! 2008/20092009/2010; 2010/20tt 2011/2012; Total; INTELLIGENT TRANS SYS 350 512 862 862 862 CMAQ 1,990 1,990 1,990 1,990 CITY FUNDS , _ 500 _ 500.- . _ - .400- - - - - - 100 . _ _ 500 RIV010227 Total 850 2,502 3352 2,390 962 3.352 iIProjectlD [County [Air Basin [Model i !Program 'Route ;Begin ;End !System Conformity Category i Amend -II Source I IRIV011240 Riverside (SCAB I { iPLN40 j ' � iL tEXEMPT r 6 ; 2006 Agency !CORONA IN CORONA ON EXISTING MCKINLEY ST - CONSTRUCT GRADE SEPARATION AT BNSF RAILROAD CROSSING (PROJECT STUDY REPORT & PRELIMINARY ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS REPORT ACTIVITIES) [Fund j ENG; RlWi CON Total! Priori 2006/20071 2007/2008; 2008/2009; 2009/20101 2010/2011i 2011/2012 ,_I_ Total[ PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND 400 400 REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE WESTERN RIV TUMF_ - - _ _ _ _ . _ - - RIV011240 Total 1,900 1.900 400 400 1,500 1,500 I�900 1,900 ProjectlD 'County [Air Basin [Model ! ;Program ;Route :Begin ;End iSystem Conformity Category Amend [ Source [ RIV011241 'Riverside [SCAB ! 1L EXEMPT 12 2006 i Agency CORONA i IN CORONA ON AUTO CENTER DRIVE - CONSTRUCT 4 LANE OVERCROSSING (GRADE SEPARATION) OVER EXISTING BNSF TRACKS ;Fund ENG; R/WI CON[ Total,_ Prior; 2006/20071 2007/2008i 2008/2009; 2009/2010; 2010/2011; 2011/2012. Total] PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND 1,000 1,100 2,100 1,100 1,000 2,100 REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE CITY FUNDS 13,472 13,472 13,472 13,472 TDA ARTICLE #4 500 500 500 500 WESTERN RIV TIIMF _ _ _ ,500 _ _ _ 1,629 _ 11,528 _ 13,648__ _ „ _ 500 _ . _ _ - _ - - 1,620 11,528 _ _ _ 13,648 RIV011241 Total 2,600 2. 720 25.000 29.720 1 600 1,500 15.092 11.528 29.720 ProjectlD !County 'Air Basin [Model Program ;Route ;Begin 'End (System IConformityCategory Amend : Source I __M_.._�_. __ ___.. - _W_ . ___._ _. _..._..._.._ . _.. ._,_ _H R1V031203 [Riverside [SCAB jR327 ' CAX63 ! j [ 1L ;NON-EXEMPT 10 [ 2006 -f Agency ;CORONA MAGNOLIA AVE CORRIDOR (RIMPAU AVE TO E. 6TH ST): WIDEN SECTIONS 2 TO 6 & 4 TO 6 LNS, RECON/CHANNELIZATION, SAFETY & SIGNAL INSTALL/MODS (THIS PHASE: MAGNOLIA AT RIMPAU - 4 TO 6) !Fund ENG, R/W1 CON' Total' Prior 2006/2007i 2007/20013; 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011! 2011/2012; Total! 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CARREON BLVD AND BRISTOL ST ;Fund CMAQ CITY FUNDS RIV050503 Total �jectlD 'County !Air Basin SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Pro1'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Local Highway Cost in Thousands j ProjectlD !County !Air Basin !RIV050503 Riverside SSAB RIV050504 Riverside'SSAB Model ENG, R/W, CON: Total; 54 215 269 7 28 35 61 243 304 Program NCR30 Prior 2006/2007 54 7 Route Begin End 2007/20081 2008/2009; 2009/2010: 2010/2011 2011/2012i Total] 215 269 28 35 61- 243 !System I Conformity Category L EXEMPT Agency EINDIO CVAG PM-10 PROGRAM PHASE 5: IN THE CITY OF INDIO - PAVE EXISTING CITY OWNED DIRT PARKING LOT AT SOUTHWEST CORNER OF MILES AVE AND KING ST 'Fund CMAQ CITY FUNDS Model 1 1Program iRoute 'Begin IEnd RIV050504 Total ENG! R/W; CONJ. Total` 31 124 155 4 16 20 35 140 175 Prior', 2006/20071 31 4 2007/20081 2008/20091 2009/2010j 2010/20111 2011/2012j Total) 124 155 16 20 Amend Source ---1 - 2006 - i 304 I Amend I Source 7 i 2006 35 140 175 CProjectlD 'County ;Air Basin !Model 1 !Route iBegin 'End System !Conformity Category i Amend 1 Source 1RIV060121 rRiverside'SCAB jR371 i j 'L INON-EXEMPT 3 ; 2006 Agency !MARCH JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY ON VAN BUREN BLVD NEAR MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE: WIDEN FROM 4 TO 6 LANES FROM APPROXIMATELY 0.5 MILES WEST OF I-215 TO BARTON ST Fund j ENG! R/W! CON! Total! Prior' 2006/2007i 2007/2008 2008/2009j 2009/2010L 2010/2011; 2011/2012i Total' AGENCY 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF 1,000 200 3,500 4,700 1,200 3,500 4,700 RIV060121 Total 1,000 2,200 3.500 6.700 3.200 3.500 6,700 ProjectlD ]County !Air Basin Model ' Program Route 1Beg in End ]System I Conformity Category ; Amend 1 • Source --- IRIV011210 !Riverside' SCAB I ! TNCR31 I i ! ! IL ?EXEMPT 0 2006 _..__m. Agency iMORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY/COUNTY - REALIGN RECHE VISTA DR (PERRIS BLVD TO 200' N/O CITY LIMITS - APPROX 2,000') & INSTALL SIGNAL (PERRIS/HEACOCK/RECHE VISTA DR) (Fund • ! ENG} RMI; CON! Total, Prior! 2006/2007r 2007/20081 2008/2009: 2009/20101- 2010/2011 2011/2012! Total STP LOCAL 1,967 1,967 1,967 1,967 CITY FUNDS _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ -650- _ .... ... 416.- . 0.66_.. 270 380. .. _ - ..... 4161,066 RIV011210 Total 650 Model !R372 j Program j CAX63 1ProjectlD ;County :Air End !System Conformity Category RIV041044 (Riverside !SCAB r `L NON-EXEMPT Agency iMORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY: WIDEN PERRIS BLVD 2 TO 6 LNS (PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN LATERAL B TO CACTUS AVE.), INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALKS, SIGNALS, & MEDIANS. (Fund i ENG R/W CON CITY FUNDS 85 2,875 WESTERN RIV TUMF 980 1,521 6,431 RIV CO SALES TAX 366 696 1,715 Program ! Route I Begin CAX63 TotalPrior; 2006/2007 2007/2008' 2,960 27 58 8,932 303 677 2,777 114 252 Amend 12 2008/2009! 2009/2010: 2010/20111 2011/2012! 2,875 1,521 6,431 696 1,715 Total 2,960 8,932 2,777 Print Date: 4/162008 10:14:41 AM Page: 7 of 17 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Cost in Thousands _ Local Highway RIV041044 Total 1,431 2.217 11,021 14.669 27 475 929 2.217 11.021 14,669 ProjectlD ' County AIr Basin Model Program Route Begin End . System ,Conformity Category Amend , Source RIV041045 Riverside : SCAB R373 CAX63 . L NON-EXEMPT 3 2006 Agency MORENO VALLEY WIDEN PERRIS BLVD FROM 2 TO 6 LANES FROM IRONWOOD AVE TO MANZANITA AVE INCLUDING CURB, GUTTER, SIDEWALKS, SIGNAL MODS, STREET LIGHTS & MEDIANS IMPROVEMENTS (Fund j ENG! R/WI CON; Total! Prior; 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/2009: 2009/2010`: 2010/2011 i 2011/2. 0- 12; Total CITY FUNDS 150 715 2,036 2,901 150 715 2,036 2,901 WESTERN RIV TUMF 470 1,025 1,342 2,837 134 1,361 1,342 2,837. RIV CO SALES TAX _ 165 491 656 _ _ _ _ 46 610 656 RIV041045 Total 785 2.231 3.378 6.394 330 2.686 3.378 6.394 ProjectlD ;County ;Air Basin Model iProgram ;Route ieegin , End !System 1 i Conformity Category I Amend ; Source jRIV060122 j Riversidel SCAB IR378 1 ICAR60 I 1 I IL INON-EXEMPT I 7 2006 Agency !MORENO VALLEY IN MORENO VALLEY ON HEACOCK ST OVER PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN (Approx 2.7 miles n/o Ramona Expwy): REPLACE EXISTING 2 LANE BRIDGE WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE (Bridge #: 56CO233) 'Fund 1 ENG i R/W! CON; Totall Priori 2006/2007; 2007/2008! 2008/2009 2009/2010, 2010/2011: 2011/2012; Toter BRIDGE - LOCAL 360 2,231 2,591 20 340 2,231 2,591 CITY FUNDS 90 _ _ . 289_ - .. -379.. . . . .. . . . . . . 5_ _ 85_ 289 379 RIV060122 Total 450 2.520 2.970 25 425 2.520 2,970 ProjectlD ;County !Air ;Model Program ;Route ,Begin •End ';System - 'Conformity Category Amend j • Source RIV031204 Riverside ;SCAB :R342 ,CAN65 IL INON-EXEMPT_ _____ I 6 1 2006 Agency :MURRIETA IN MURRIETA - CONSTRUCT NEW 2 LANE GUAVA ST. BRIDGE (400') OVER MURRIETA CREEK FROM WASHINGTON AVE TO ADAMS AVE W/ SHOULDERS & ALL REQUIRED APPROACHES (BR#: 56C0162) (Fund ENG;` RONI CON Totali Prior; 2006/2007! 2007/2008, 2008/2009! 2009/2010i 2010/20111 2011/2012I Total} BRIDGE - LOCAL 456 424 5,879 6,759 456 212 212 5,879 6,759 CITY FUNDS 59 56 762 877 59 28 28 762 877. RIV031204 Total 515 480 6.641- 7.636 515 240_ 240 6,641 7,636 ProjectlD 'County iAlrBasin I Model Program ]Route ]Begin ;End System I Conformity Category € Amend I Source Agency IPALM DESERT IN PALM DESERT/RANCHO MIRAGE - WIDEN MONTEREY AVE FROM 4 TO 6 LANES, INSTALL CURB/GUTTER & MEDIAN, AND UTLITY RELOCATION FROM DINAH SHORE DR TO GERALD FORD DR (Approx 1 mile) LFund ENGj R/WI CONj Total; Prior; 2006/2007:: 2007/2008! 2008/2009i 2009/2010!- 2010/2011 2011/2012? _Total! . w _ _ _ _ �a.. 1 _ __- CITY FUNDS 50 450 _ . 500_ . - 1,000_ - 500_ _ 500_ 1,000 RIV011201 Total 50 450 500 1.000 500 500 1,000 IProlectlD ;County 1AirBasin Model 1 Program :Route Begin End ;System !Conformity Category Amend Source I ?L EXEMPT 10 2006 Agency ,PALM SPRINGS IN THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS - CONSTRUCT BELARDO RD BRIDGE AND MISSING GAP, PARKING LOT AND AMENITIES FOR INDIAN INTERPRETIVE CENTER AT TAHOUITZ CANYON Fund ENG' R/W. 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PALM CANYON DR FROM RIV031206) (Fund ENG RAN; CON; CITY FUNDS- • - _ - . _ _ 250 750_ - RIV060110 Total 250 750 Conformity Category NON-FEDERAL NON - _REGIONAL_ Agency (PALM SPRINGS 2 TO 4 LANES FROM MURRAY CANYON RD TO BOGERT TR (Bridge portion over Arenas Cyn Channel in Total, Prior 2006/2007! 2007/2008: 1,000 250 750 1,000 250 750 Source ' 2006 2008/2009; 2009/2010j 2010/2011). 2011/20121 Total] 1,000 1,000 IProjectlD !County ;Air Basin Model ! IRIV070306 !Riverside jSSAB I ! Program NCR22 Route ;Begin j End 'System Conformity Category I Amend ! Source --- T--- - — -1 L -- -- EXEMPT 1 6 ^I 2006 Agency PALM SPRINGS CVAG PM-10 PHASE 5 PAVING: IN PALM SPRINGS ON SAN LORENZO ROAD - ROADWAY SHOULDER PAVING (BOTH SIDES) FROM APPROX 140' WEST OF S. CAMINO REAL TO S. HERMOSA DR (Fund ENGL. WWI CON; Total! Prior; 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/20111 ^2011/2012j Total! CMAQ 14 161 175 14 161 v _ 175 CITY FUNDS 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ 21 _ _ 23 2 21 23 RIV070306 Total 16 182 198 16 182 198 Route !Begin 'End !System , Conformity Category I Amend ! Source j- I L L NON-EXEMPT 1 10 y 2006 Agency iPALM SPRINGS IN PALM SPRINGS ON GENE AUTRY TRAIL - WIDEN 2 TO 6 LANES FROM VISTA CHINO TO VIA ESCUELA & 2 TO 4 LANES FROM VIA ESCUELA TO THE SOUTH SIDE OF UP RAILROAD BRIDGE 'Fund ENG; R/Wi CON i Total' CITY FUNDS _ _ . 498 3,876_ , . 4,374 RIV62000 Total 498 3.876 4.374 rr (ProjectlD !County Air Basin !Model ' !Program Route ;Begin !End — --- - - - -- - - - _,I, --- RIV990727 Riverside ISSAB IR309 ! 1CAX63 i I ProjectlD County 'Air Basin !Model !Program jRIV62000 ]Riverside ISSAB 13628 ,CAR63 Program CAR63 Route Begin End System L- Amend 9 2007/2008 I 2008/2009: 2009/2010; y 3,959 IN PALM SPRINGS: WIDEN INDIAN CANYON DR 2 T 10 (HBRR#: 5600025) (Fund T ENG R/Wi C BRIDGE - LOCAL 299 128 3,8 STP LOCAL 31 1 39 17 5 CITY FUNDS- - , .. - RIV990727 Total Prior 2006/2007 415 415 O 6 LANES (INCLUDING UPRR B ON! Total; 3,959 2010/2011 i 2011/2012i Total! - 4,374 4.374 !System 'ConformityCategory 1 Amend j Source !L ;NON-EXEMPT ! 0 Y y 2006 j Agency !PALM SPRINGS RIDGE REPLACEMENT/WIDENING) FROM UPRR BRIDGE TO GARNET RD AT I - Prior 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/2009; 59 4,286 427 46 177 31 19 575 56 369- 24 5,038 514 145 4.5 146 19 165 2009/2010; 2010/20111 2011/2012) Total' 3,859 4,286 177 500 575 4.359 _ 5,038 ProjectlD County Air Basin >.RIV011205 :Riverside JSCAB !Model R275 - Program 1 CAR63 Route Begin End !System !Conformity Category Amend i Source L :NON-EXEMPT 12 2006 - - - -E.... - Agency ;PERRIS IN PERRIS - WIDEN PERRIS BLVD 2 TO 6 LANES FROM RAMONA EXPRESSWAY TO PERRIS VALLEY STORM DRAIN LATERAL 'B' (APPROX. 1 MILE), INCLUDING CURB,GUTTER, SIDEWALK, AND RAISED MEDIAN. 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Amend ! Source rR -- - - _____I_ IV070701 Riverside ! i (LUM03 !L EXEMPT j 10-7-2006- Agency !RIVERSIDE COUNTY IN RIVERSIDE COUNTY: HIGH RISK RURAL ROADS (HR3) PROGRAM PROJECTS LUMP SUM (CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126, 127, 127, EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3) `Fund L ENG! RAN CON! Total! Prior; 2006/2007! 2007/20081 2008/20091 2009/2010; 2010/2011! 2011/20121 Total HIGH RISK RURAL ROAD 1,457 1,457 1,457 1,457 PROGRAM COUNTY RIV070701 Total Amend ' Source 10 2006 200.._ .__.._- 162_... 362... .- 362 362 200 1,619 1,819 1,819 1,819 ProjectlD (County ;Air Basin ,Model 1Program `Route ;Begin End !System I Conformity Category j Amend ! Source RIV070702 'Riverside !SCAB CAN67 'L EXEMPT 10 2006 _ �. _. _______.__1-- -Agency jRIVERSIDE COUNTY NEAR SR60 AND BEAUMONT W/O JCT SR60/I-10: CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE (2 LNS EACH DIR) POTRERO BLVD FROM SR 60 SOUTH & EAST TO SR79 (PA&ED/PRE- IGN) 'FundENG; WW1 , CON! _ _ Total; - Prior! 2006/20071 2007/2008` 2008/20091 2009/2010; 2010/20111 2011/2012I COUNTY �..._. -800 800 800 WESTERN RIV TUMF _ _ 2,000 2,000 _ .. 2,000_ RIV070702 Total 2 800 2 800 800 2,000 Total 800 2,000 2,800 ProlectlD County LAir Basin Model i Program •Route rBegin !End !System 1ConformltyCategory I Amend Source ;RIV62015 !Riverside :SCAB R263 !CAR60 j IL ANON -EXEMPT 14 2006 Agency 'RIVERSIDE COUNTY ANA RIVER (0.27 MILE N/O BLUFF ST) - REPLACE EXISTING 2 LANE BRIDGE IN NORTHWESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT RIVER ROAD BRIDGE OVER SANTA WITH A 4 LANE BRIDGE (HBRR#: 56C0017) LFundENG' R!W! CON` Total' BRIDGE - LOCAL ~3,488 722 50,644 54,854 COUNTY 872 93 6,539 7,504 LOCAL BRIDGE SEISMIC 22 22 RETROFIT ACCOUNT . . RIV62015 Total Prior = 2006/2007. 2007/2008 2008/2009' 2009/20101 2010/2011' 2011/2012! Total] 2,000 2,210 50,644 v ! 54,854 500 465 6,539 7,504 22 22 4,360 815 57,205 62,380 2,500 2,675 -57,205 62,380 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:14:41 AM Page: 12 of 17 Li Jo b1 .a ud ITV Zb:bDOI S00Z/9l/b area 11,11d 000`z 000`z 000`z 000`z n`I-valfl.3vs-oinaa Iglol ZLOZ/LLOZ 'LLOZ/OLOZ ;OlOZ/600Z 1600Z/800Z ' _ .---- - BOOZ/LOOZ LOOZ/900Z :lot�d ;telol NOO MAi ;ON3 -- punji NOIIOHS2IHINI,LS Sn2LLIO IDfi1I.LSNOOHN V SINHIAIHA0d1IIA11 NVRIISaaad /M HAV VIRIANPIVd 78 IS JNIII(IS NMIH NOLLVIIWES HQVIIJ (AIIOVdVO NON) HNV-14 MHN IOI]2IISNOJ -HAV VMOI NO HQISIGA12I NI I 30 LLIo `3QIS2INAIN' Aoua6y Ie�£N6Od900z OI IdHA3i NVDSamsiams. £OLOLOAIIIi apWIaonog puawy 1 Aro6a3e0 Aluuouo0 wa3sAS Lupus J!tl AunoO ORoalodd 1 n 164'Z 49l' [ ZEII64'Zl6b Z lelol ZOSOSOAIii66b`T££8:LI 9966b`I66b`i SQNn3 A1I0 Z66I ££99Z66Z66 8181721H - 0021d SNV211 apvlanS (lelol (ZLOZ/LLOZ i uoZ/OLOZ 1-Z/LOO .olozreooz ,sooz/sooz ,SOOZ/LOOZ �LOOZ/900Z �ol�d ,lelol !NOO ;M1!! lJN3 7� -- _punj! 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Source !Pro1ectlD County Air Basin Model 'Pro ram Route B�Jm !End 'System !Conformity Category RIV990703 Riverside iSCAB R374tCAN72 L !NON-EXEMPT ; 10 2006 ++I Agency ]RIVERSIDE, CITY OF I IN RIVERSIDE AT JURUPA AVE AND UP RR - CONSTRUCT UNDERPASS AND CLOSE DOWN MOUNTAIN VIEW AVE AT UPRR TRACKS (SAFETEA LU HPP #3774) ;Fund ! ENG! RNV; CON Total] _ _ Priori 200W2007' 2007/2008. 2008/2009! 2009/20101 2010/2011I 2011/2012! Total' CMAQ 3,100 _ 3,488 6,588 3,100 - 3,171 317 y 6,588 DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 3,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 3,000 PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND 6,000 6,000 6,000 6,000 REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE AGENCY 1,087 1,087 1,087 1,087 CITY FUNDS 320 902 1,151 2,373 1,222 860 291 2,373 STATE -PUC- ._ _ . 1,280 2,500 1,220_ _ _ 5,000 _ .... _ . _ 3,780_ 1,220_ - 5,0 RIV990703 Total l 600 6 502 15 946 24 048 8 102 14 338 1 608 24 04800 ProjectlD :County !Air Basin !Model ! 'Program !Route ;Begin ;End System !Conformity Category 1 Amend ! Source j 991203 Riverside SCAB i R286 CAN65 , I L 'NON-FEDERAUNON- 1 3 I 2006 i I I I --REGIONAL 1 1 Agency 4TEMECULA EXTEND OVERLAND DRIVE (4 LANES) FROM COMMERCE CENTER DRIVE TO AVENIDA ALVARADO/DIAZ ROAD INTERSECTION INCLUDING CONSTRUCTION OF 4 LANE BRIDGE OVER MURRIETA CREEK ;Fund ENG; RAN: CON; Total' Prior 200620071 2007/2008;_ 2008/20091 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/2012; Total; CITY FUNDS_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 541 _ . _3,530. _ _ 6,045_ 10,116 . - ... _ _ - 296_ _ - - 245_ 9,575_ 10,116 991203 Total 541 3.530 6,045 10.116 296 _ 245 9,575 10.116 ProjectlD ]County ;Air Basin ;Model I !Program ;Route !Begin !End !System !Conformity Category Amend _1 Source l 991206 Riverside SCAB 'R311 i CAN67 i ' 1L 'NON-FEDERALJNON- 1 4 1 2006 1 I i�_--- 1 ,REGIONAL_--_�- _-_ �- --� Agency !TEMECULA - BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD EXTENSIONS: EXTEND MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS RD (4 LNS) BSR TO SERAPHINA RD, BSR (4 LNS) RANCHO CAL RD TO MHS RD, & NICHOLAS RD (4 LNS) BSR TO CALLE GIRASOL LFund ' ENG; RAN; CON! Total] Prior'; 2006/2007; 20072008: 2008/20091 2009/2010i 2010/2011; 2011/2012; Total, CITY FUNDS _ ... . - , - - _ _ 2,075 37,825, 39,900_ - 20,825 19,075 - _ „ _ - . _ 39,900 991206 Total 2.075 37.825 39.900 20,825 19,075 39.900 IProjectlD !County 1AirBasin !Model ', 'Program ;Route Begin End !System !Conformity Category I Amend ; Source RIV031216 !Riverside SCAB 1 ,NCR31 _ 'L- -!EXEMPT 3 2006 Agency TEMECULA I IN SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY - CITY OF TEMECULA PAVEMENT REHAB/RECON PROJECTS LUMP SUM (NON CAPACITY ENHANCING) (CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126,127,128 EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3) ,Fund ! ENG R/W` CON! Total Prior 2006/2007! 2007/2008• 2008/20091 2009/2010. 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total; STP LOCAL 2,95S- 2,958 1,373 886. 699 2,958 CITY FUNDS 2,16 384 600 394 115 91 600 RIV031216 Total 216 3,342 3,558 1,767 1,001 790 3,558 Print Daze: 4/16/2008 10:14:42 AM Page: 15 of 17 Li do 91 :aaed INV Z17:1;I:0I 900Z/9 Ut :Ma Wild I8ZZ8 86£`L£ OOI 9L9`9£ ZLL`I £ZS`b ZI8'I I8Z`Z8 I8Z`Z8 Ie;o1LOZOSOAIkI .LNROjJV ,LI3O2I.L32I SIS`8 06Z`b [ I LOZ`b S Z Si5`8 Si5`8 O1Y�ISI3S 30QI2I8 Td101 9LI`T 86[ S£9 £b£ 9LI`I 9LI`i IJN3oV O6S`ZL 80i'££ 68 69b`Z£ G9S`I 988`£ 69b`l 06S`ZL 06S`ZL IVOO1 3�JQI8fi __ . _ ._ .. _ _ _ I . r,ls;ol ZLOZ/LLOZ 1LLOZ/OIOZ ;040Z/600Z ;600Z/800Z 800Z/LOOZ LOOZ/900Z �o!�d Mal NO3 MRl ON3 punj;: (£ 78 Z SH18V.L IHIAI3X3 `8ZI `La`9ZI.£6 IIIVd WAD Ob H.LIM .LNH,LSISNOo H21V S.LOHf01Id) SOOZ/1700Z 2I03 IAIVIID011d IAIDS HINDI HOGI1I81V30'I NIIIIH _ __ S3IJN3JH S lOI2NA: RouaBy _ ___ 1 900Z bi I _ __ �� Z j 9£2ION_ _--._ ___---'-.-_---._--- ENDS aP!szan!Hi IO_ZOSOAI2Ij { ao�nog puawy � tio6a;eO�lw�o;uoOE wa;sRg pu31 u!6ag1 a;noal wea6oadl ? lapoyyi u!sega!yE^A;uno�1�-Ogaaloadi 006LZ lSbZl 6bbSI 006LZ 6Z09Z 'S£8 9£Ol _ Iem10LZL66Ala 006`£Z lSb`8 bbb`SI 006`£Z 6Z0`ZZ 5£8 9£0`I SQNf13 AlIO 000`b 000`b 000`b 000`b SAMH QNV1 OI1H11d r___........—.._...-..�.—.—___.—..�.._-.`� __-._-_.___i _-__�—.__1_._.__... !le;ol IZLOZ/LLOZ EL40Z/OIOZ 040Z/600Z ;600Z/SOOZ - LSOOZ/LOOZ ILOOZ/900Z �o!�d 118301 ;NO3 'ANN N3 1 pun71 -- - S.LNHIAIHAOHJIAII ALI1IOV3 NIVIIQ INI10,LS V TIVM QNfIOS `311VMHQIS `1IH.LIfIJ `81IfIo HQfrIONI 78 SHNV1 9 01 Z ➢1011.3 N3CIIM - QVON VONVH03d O.L 6L2IS W0113 AM}Id VONVHOHd NO r V'IfIOE1AI31I 6oua6y 1-900Z I b 1ldIALMG-NON 1L £9Oi i LOZ2i • BVOSI ap!sian!gj 0IZ466AI2I rawns 1 puawy I kw6alaoifwwao;uo3 wa;sdSi Pu31 ul6ag a;noa; wei6oXtlad I lapolryl ulsegnyj iyuno0; Opoaload ZIZZI 9£SOI 9L9I ZIZ'ZI 9£S0I 891 805I WW1 9£17`9 9£545 006 9E17`9 9£S`S 006 AMU ARI N2I3.L ann 9LL 9LL 9LL 891 809 SQNf13 A,LIO 000`5 000`5 000`5 000`5 AON39V le;ol ;ZLOZ/LLOZ 1LLOZ/OLOZ 0LOZ/600Z 1600Z/800Z i800Z/LOOZ ILOOZ/900Z Jolid I1e4o1 INO3 !MAI ON3 ; Pund1 CM VIN110311Vo OH3NVII 01 H.LfIOS 6LIIS'NOM (1 HSVHd) HOQIIMOo SSVHAH NNEISHM HNV'I 17IDDILLSNOo (INV NOISHQ :V'IfIOHINiHI ISHMHIDOS NI I— V'IfIJHIAIML; atouaby '1VN0193in I 1j �abII900Z 0 NON/iV2I3Q33NON 1L i L9NV01 9L£N! 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R/W, CON! Total Total; AGENCY, 3,150, _ 3,150 3,150 RIV070310 Total 3,150 3.150 _ _ 3,150 jFund ENG. R/W: CON; C- -- - - - _ _ -- - - - - CITY FUNDS. 2,000_ _ _1,660 25,000_ RIV060117 Total 2 000 1.000 25.000 Program CAN74 Route Begin 10 Prior' 2006/2007, 2007/2008, 2008/2009 2009/2010) 2010/20111 2011/2012i 3,150 3,150 ProjectlD !County ;Air Basin Model I ' Program Route Begin ', End !System !Conformity Category j Amend ' Source RIV060117 'Riverside I SCAB R350 I iCAXT3 10 1.5 2.31S !NON-EXEMPT 0 i 2006 I Agency ICALIMESA I I-10/SINGLETON RD IC: RECON/WIDEN IC 2 TO 6 LNS & RAMPS-- ENTRY RAMPS: EB (1-2 LNS), ADD WB (2 LNS); EXIT RAMPS: WB (1-3 LNS), ADD EB EXIT (3 LNS), ADD LEFT -TURN LNS (EA: OF980K) ProjectlD County :Air Basin Model R1V060116 Riverside 'SCAB R351 Route 'Begin !End , System !Conformity Category { Amend ; Source 10 2.7 I 3.4 i S i NON-EXEMPT _ 0 2006 - - - - _ -- --Agency CALIMESA I-10/CHERRY VALLEY BLVD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN 2 TO 6 LNS, RAMPS (1- 2 & I-3 LNS), ADD WB/EB AUX LNS, LEFT -TURN POCKET LNS & INTERSECTION Total Prior 2006/2007' 2007/2008; 2008/2009L 2009/2010j 2010/2011; 2011/2012;- Totali _ ___.__._ _- 28,000 _ _ . _ _ ..... - _ •- _ ...... _ _ . 3,000 ... _ 25,000 _ _ 28,000 28,000 3.000 25,000 28.000 :Program 'CAXT3 IMPROVEMENTS. (EA: 0G170G) 'Fund ENG RM/ CON; Total! Prior; 2006/2007 CITY FUNDS- _ - . _ .. 2,000 1,500, 29,000_ _ 32,500_ _ _ _ - _ _ _ 3,500 RIV060116 Total 2,000 1,500 29,000 32,500 3,500 2007/20(18 2008/2009' 2009/2010 201020111_ 2011/2012, Total! 4900 _ - - - 32,500 29 000 32,500 ProjectlD :County Air Basin IRIV060115 !Riverside !SCAB Model : !Program Route `Begin IEnd !System Conformity Category Amend ! Source ! R352 ` CAXT3 10! 4_98; 6.O81S� !NON-EXEMPT ! 0 L 2006 Agency I BEAUMONT 1 AT I-10/OAK VALLEY PKWY IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC FROM 2 TO 6 LNS & WIDEN RAMPS, ADD NEW EB/WB ENTRY LOOP RAMPS (2 LNS) , ADD EB/WB AUX LNS (EA: 0G280G) LFund ENG: R/Wi CON; Total CITY FUNDS_ _ _ ,_ 1,169, , - 600 10,400_ _ 12,169_, RIV060115 Total 1.169 600 10.400 12,169 ;ProjectlD ;County ;Air Basin i Model i Program NCRH3 Route OI Begin 1 1.1 End 11.6 System !Conformity Category Amend nd 006 RIV060112 Riverside ;SCAB - } _ -�- : Agency ,BANNING AT I-10/SUNSET AVE UC - RAMP/GRADE MOD: LOWER SUNSET AVE & RAMPS GRADE, ADD NB RIGHT -TURN LN TO EB ON RAMP, RECONSTRUCT SIDEWALKS, RECONSTRUCT RAMP TERMINALS (EA: 33470K) Fund ENG. R/WCON' Total, Prior" 2006/2007, 2007/2008, 2008/2009, 2009/20101 CITY FUNDS 400 4 081 4,4,81 140 240 540 3,241 320 RIV060112 Total 400 4,081 4,481 140 240 540 3,241 320 Prior, 2006/2007' 20072008; 2008/2009 2009/2010 20102011i 2011/2012i Total! --- _ . _ _ .. 900 600 10,400.... . . . . . .. .. _ .... , ...,12,169 269 900_ 600 10,400 12,169 20102011; 2011/2012, Total; 4,481 4,481 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:12 AM Page: 1 of 18 81 Jo Z :a8ed WV E1:91,01800Z/9 UV :MCI lead 64I 1 £ 004`4I 9L£`8 £L£`8 ilelol ZLou LOZ LLOZ/OLOZ 0LOZ/600Z 88817Z TI4`4 559 004`41 S4Z'S 90Z'Z 8Z£ £4Z`5 5CIVZ LZ£ I600Z/900Z •900Z/LOOZ LOOZ/900Z L65 865 iolad 561'1 641`I£ 88817Z ITO? 058'I lelol 06SW 004`4I 001 4l dI2I HSVJ 31V1S 9L£`8 S4Z`S 90Z`Z 5Z6 XV1 S31VS OD AIN £L£'8 £4Z'S 50Z`Z 5Z6 3NIf11 AIN NE31SVH lelol `_NOO AMy ON3 pund.! 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Total y 2,931 6,186 6,186 12,615 5,771 40,341_- 58,727 12.615 Program (Route (Begin ;End 1CAXT3 ; lOr 441�-- 45IS 5.771 46,527 System i Conformity Category 11-- NON-EXEMPT Agency jPALM DESERT 67.844 Amend j Source 10 2006 AT 0/MONTEREY AVE IC - RECONFIGURE IC: CONSTRUCT NEW WB ENTRY RAMP AND REALIGN/RELOCATE WB EXIT RAMP (EA: OF050) Fund { ENG; - RAN' CON; Total( Prior; 2006/2007' 2007/2008! 2008/20091 2009/2010! 2010/2011 L2011/2012 ' Total; CIFUNDS 8,100 _ _ _ 437 _ 4,125 3,538 8,100 _ _ _ 4 562 _ 3,538 CITTYY F . - , 208 Total 437 4.125 3,538 8.100 4.562 3.538 8.100 ; ProjectlD !County ! Air Basin i Model ! Program ;Route Begin !End ;System RIV031209 ,Riverside :SSAB R321 • 1CAXT7 10! 44..5 45.9 S Agency ;Conformity Category I Amend I Source 1 I NON-EXEMPT - • - -0 2006 1 !PALM DESERT j AT I-10/PORTOLA AVE: CONSTRUCT NEW 6 LN (3 EA DIR) PORTOLA AVE IC & RAMPS FROM DINAH SHORE TO VARNER INCLUDING BRIDGE OVER UPRR & REALIGN/WIDEN VARNER 2 TO Fund STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS_ RIV031209 Total 4 LNS (EA: OF120K) ENG R/W CON Total 1,275 1,275 2,519 - 8,725 , 37,090. _ 48,244 2.519 10 000 37 000 49,519 Prior 2,519 _ 2.519 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009; 1,275 8,725_ _ - _ J8,0 9_ . _ _ 10,000 18,000 2009/2010: 2010/2011I 2011/2012 Total] 1,275 19,000_..__ 48,244 19,000 49_.519 ProjectlD County Air Basin 47520 iRvverside !SSAB I Program ; Route ;Begin :End :System I Conformity Category i Amend 1R290 j iCAXT3 1 10( 51.71 53.0 !NON-EXEMPT I 10 Agency ;INDIO AT I-10/JEFFERSON ST IC NEAR INDIO, RECONSTRUCT/REALIGN EXISTING IC 2 TO 6 LANES & WIDEN JEF'FERSON ST NON -CAPACITY OPERATIONAL Model IMPROVEMENTS (EA: 475200, PPNO: 0053A) ;Fund ENG RAN C DEMO - TEA 21 990 SURFACE TRANS PROG - RIP 150 AGENCY 2,510 47520 Total 3.650 6,200 56,000 6.200 56,000 Total: Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008: 200W20091 990 990 150 150 64,710 2,510 65,850 3.650 Source ! 2006 1 2009/201012010/2011 2011/20121 _Total 990 150 62,200 64,710 62,200 65,850 ProjectlD County Air Basin iRIV62032 Riverside SSAB • Model 3600 Program ' CAX70 V Route Begin !End System 'Conformity Category Amend Source 101 53.2 54.2;S NON-EXEMPT 0 2006 Agency INDIO ; IN INDIO ON I-10 AT MADISON ST - CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE IC & RAMPS (2 LANES) AND WIDEN MADISON ST 2 TO 4 LANES FROM AVENUE 42 TO APPROX 600' BEYOND INDIO BLVD Fund CITY FUNDS RIV62032 Total ENG 1,200 1,200 R/VVi CON Total 13,800 15,000 . 13,800 15,000 Prior; 2006/2007 975 975 2007/20082008/2009 2009/2010 75 6,975 - 6,975 75 6,975 6,975 2010/2011' 2011/2012 Total: 15,000 15,000 Print Date: 4/162008 10:16:13 AM Page: 3 of 18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source RIV030901 Riverside SS AB R322 CAX70 10. 62.3 62.9 S NON-EXEMPT 10 2006 Agency COACHELLA ON I-10 (5.5 KM E/O DILLON RD & 14.6 KM W/O CACTUS CITY SRRA) CONSTRUCT 6 LN MCNAUGHTON PKWY IC (3 LNS EACH DIR.), ENTRY RAMPS (1 LN) & EXIT RAMPS (2 LNS AT ARTERIAL) (EA: 45210K) jFund 1 ENG. R/W CON Total Prior2006/2007,. 2007/2008 200W20091 2009/2010 2010/2011 2011/2012; Totall CITY FUNDS, _ _ _ 1,750 2,725 30,940_ , 35,415 - _ . _ .. , _ .. _ 375 4,100 _ 30,940_ . 35,415 RIV030901 Total 1,750 2.725 30.940 35,415 _ _ 375 4,100_ 30,940 35,415 ProjectlD 'County 'Air Basin IModel I IProgram 'Route !Begin IEnd 'System IConformity Category 1 Amend I Source iR1V061163 !Riverside !SCAB 1 (ITS13 I 15i 41.81S VC -CM 4 2006 Agency {CALTRANS ON I-15 (R0.0 to R41.8) & I-215 (R8.4 to R38.5): INSTALL APPROX. 75 VEHICLE DETECTION STATIONS FOR IMPROVED INCIDENT RESPONSE, TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTION, & TRAVELER INFO (EA: 0J710G) (Fund ` ENG` WWI Y CON' Total' Prior, 2006/2007t 2007/2008j 2008/2009' 2009/20101 2010/2011I 2011/2012! Total RIV CO SALES TAX 2,250 2,250 ^2,250 , 2,250 STATE CASH 50 50 50 50. RIV061163 Total 2.300 2.300 - 2.300 2.300 LProjectlD_ iCounty 'Air Basin (Model j -_ - !Program RRoute !Begin IEnd u ISystem 'Conformity Category I Amend ? Source I - _ - RIV050531 'Riverside (SCAB PLN40 15 2 i S EXEMPT L 4 ; 2006 j Agency ;RIVERSIDE COUNTY I ON I-15 S/O TEMECULA - CONSTRUCT NEW EASTERN BYPASS/I-15 IC (4 LANES) & RAMPS (1 LANE) AND 4 LANE (2 LNS EACH DIR) EASTERLY CONNECTING ROAD (APPROX 2 MILES) (PA&ED/PRE-DESIGN) jFund 1 ENG' RIW' CON' Total Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008! 2008/2009I 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total 2,000500 WESTERN RIV TUMF 2,000 _ _ ._ _. _ - - _.__. -- ... 750 750_ 2,000 RIV050531 Total 2.000 2.000 500 750 750 2.000 I PF rojectlD County ! Air Basin I Model I ' Program ' Route 1 Begin j End I System Conformity Category 1 Amend I Source' I RIV62031 Riverside !SCAB I R323 7: ; CARH3 I 15 j 3; 4; S I NON-EXEMPT r 6 ` 2006 I Agency !TEMECULA I I-15/SR79 SO. IC: REMOVE SB EXIT RAMP, ADD NEW SB EXIT LOOP RAMP, REALIGN SB EXIT RAMP (2 LNS) W/AUX LN. WIDEN SB ENTRY 1 TO 3, NB EXIT 1 TO 4, NB ENTRY I TO 3 & RECON SR79S. (Fund ENGi R/W CON; Total' Prior 20.06/2007 2007/20081 2008/2009. 2009/2010 2010/2011 2011/2012' Total; DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,600 CITY FUNDS. - . _ _ _ _ . _ _ 1,429 7,414 15,878 24,721_ 7,941, _ _ 248 758 , . - - - _ 490 15,374 24,721 RIV62031 Total 1,429 7,414 17.478 26,321 7.941 248 758 2.000 15.374 26.321 jProjectlD County 'Air Basin Model ` AProgram Route ,Begin End ;System !Conformity Category I Amend 1 Source RIV031215 Riverside SCAB R324 CAX70 15 5.5 9.6'S ;NON-EXEMPT 10 ; 2006 - - - Agency TEMECULA FRENCH VALLEY PKWY IC/ARTERIAL PHASES: CONSTRUCT 6 LN IC (JEFF ERSON TO YNEZ) & RAMPS, NB/SB AUX LN, CD LNS (3 LNS NB&SB) & MODIFY WINCHESTER RD IC (I-215 PM: 8.43-9.75) (EA:43270) ;Fund ENG. WW CON Total Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008' 2008/2009' 2009/2010' 2010/2011I 2011/2012' Total? DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 1,600 1,600 1,600 1,600 CITY FUNDS 4,707 37,300 47,552 89,559 10,389 13,495 6,429 5,847 32,746 20,653 89,559 STATE CASH - RIP 31,545 31,545 . 545,_ . _ _ _ _. _ . 31,545 . _ _ RIV031215 Total 4,707 37,300 80,697 122,704 10,389 13,495 6,429 5,847 65,891 20,653 122,704 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:13 AM Page: 4 of 18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Proiect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin 991202 Riverside SCAB Model R316 Program CAX66 FRENCH VALLEY PKWY (FVP) - PHASE 1: DESIGN & CONSTRUCT FVP (I-15 WINCHESTER SB EXIT RAMP (1 TO 2 LNS) Fund i ENG! RIW; CON; Total CITY FUNDS1,892_- __.._. 16,250 _ 18,142_ 991202 Total 1,892 16.250 18.142 Route Begin End 15 6.6 - JD -PERSON), SB EXIT System 7.7 S Agency Conformity Category NON-EXEMPT TEMECULA Amend ! Source ' 6 2006 RAMP (1 LN), SB AUX LANE (FVP - WINCHESTER RD) & WIDEN Prior' 2006/2007i 2007/2008• 2008/2009; 2009/2010, 2010/2011 L 2011/20121 Total; 444 1,198 _ - _ _ . 250 8,125_ . _ _ _ _ 8,125_ . 18,142 444_ _ 1,198 250 8.125 8,125 18,142 IProjectlD County !AlrBasin ;Model I Program rV010204 ;Riverside ;SCAB jR300 i ;CAXT3 Route i Begin End 15; 10.3; 10.9 i S I NON-EXEMPT ; 10 2006 Agency i MURRIETA !System ; Conformity Category ; Amend ; Source AT I-15/CALIFORNIA OAKS RD/KALMIA ST IC - RECONFIGURE RAMPS (CONSTRUCT NB/SB LOOP ON RAMPS, RELOCATE SB OFF RAMP), WIDEN CAL OAKS 4 TO 6 LNS FROM UC TO CAL OAKS PLAZA (EA: 0A490) ;Fund ENG( WW1 CON! Total', CITY FUNDS 4,037 120 4,157 848 STATE CASH - RIP 100 21,990 22,090 RIV010204 Total 4,137 120 21.990 26.247 ProjectlD !County !Air Basin :Model !Program R VI 62034 'Riverside ;SCAB R306 ' 1CAXT3 Priors 2006/2007: 2007/2008; 2008/2009! 2009/2010! 2010/20111 2011/2012i Total 3,309 - 4,157 _ 100 21,990 _ 22,090 848 3.409 21,990 26,247 ;Route ;Begin !End (System !Conformity Category 1 Amend ; Source I 15 , 131 14.3 ' SNON-EXEMPT 4 2006 Agency ., RIVERSIDE COUNTY I-15/CLINTON KEITH RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN OC 2 TO 6 LNS & RAMPS 1 & 2 LNS TO 3 & 4 LNS, ADD NB/SB AUX LNS PRIOR TO & AFTER EXIT/ENTRY RAMPS & LEFT -TURN LNS (EA: OF580K) !Fund ' ENG! R/W; CON( Total' COUNTY_ - - _ _ _ O. 500 17,200 20,700. RIV62034 Total 3,000 500 17.200 20.700 ProjectlD ;County iAir Basin ;Model I ;Program !Route ;Begin :End 'System Conformity Category RIV010206 1Riverside SCAB 1R291 CAXT3 15 16.5I 20.7;S NON-EXEMPT Agency LAKE ELSINORE AT I-15/RAILROAD CYN RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN UC 2 TO 4 LNS (SUMMERHILL DR TO CASINO RD), RECONFIGURE RAMPS, ADD AUX LNS & NEW NB 2007/2008, 2008/2009i 2009/2010: 2010/20li! 2011/2012: Total, 17,200 w 20,700 17.200 20,700 I Amend ; Source 4 I 2006 ENTRY + SB EXIT RAMPS (EA: 0A440K) Fund ENG( R/W! CON; Total, CITY FUNDS 600 600 WESTERN RIV TUMF 1,000 6,000 21,400 28,400 RIV010206 Total 1,600 6,000 21,400 29,000 Prior; 2006/2007 _ -. 1,800 1,700 1,800 1.700 Prior: 300 300 2006/2007; 2007/20081 2008/2009f 2009/2010i 2010/2011I 2011/2012Total; 300 600 28,400 300 800 3,200 4.000 20.400 29,000 800 _ _ ... _ . 3,200 4,000_ - _ _20,400 1ProjectlD County ;Air Basin ;Model RIV060109 ;Riverside 'SCAB R354 Program . System !Conformity Category I Amend ; Source i CAX70 23: S_ !NON-EXEMPT - - 0 -, �2006-- Agency i LAKE ELSINORE I-15/SR74 (CENTRAL AVE) JCT IC: MODIFY/WIDEN 2 TO 6 LNS (COLLIER-CAMBERN) & 2 LEFT -TURN LNS, RAMPS 1 TO 2 LNS, ADD NB/SB EXIT LOOP RAMPS, NB/SB AUX LNS, & SIGNALS (EA: OF310K) Fund ! ENGRlW CON' Total. Prior WESTERN RIV TUMF_ 3,550 3,000 13,450 20,000 . _ RIVOBU166 Total 3,550 3,000 13,450 20,000 Route !Begin !End 15 21.5 2006/2007! 2007/2008 800 U r9.0 800 1,200 2008/2009! 2009/2010 2010/2011i 2011/20121 Total! 4,550 11,450., 2,000 .. - _ , , . _ _ 20,000 4,550 11,450 2,000 20,000 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:13 AM Page: 5 of 18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Prolect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County 'Air Basin Model Route Begin End System Conformity Category RIV010208 Riverside SCAB R299 15'. 36.8 37.4 S NON-EXEMPT - - - - Agency CORONA NEAR CORONA AT I-15/CAJALCO RD IC - RECONSTRUCT/REALIGN & WIDEN CAJALCO RD 2 TO 6 LNS FROM TEMESCAL CYN RD TO BEDFORD CYN RD & RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS 1 TO 2 LNS (CA411,1702, #954) ;Fund _ ENG R/W' CON Total, Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/20092009/2010j 2010/2011I 2011/20121 Total' DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 8,000 8,000 CITY FUNDS 3,000 2,000 7,243 12,243 1,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF- - - - - _ - _ - _ - 2,000 _ - -3,000 _ _ 29,757_ - 34,757 1,000 2,000 RIV010208 Total 5,WO 5,000 45.000 55.000 1.000 1.000 2.000 51.000 55.000 1 ProjectlD ;County ! Air Basin ' Model ' ' Program ; Route 'Begin !End ' SystemConformity Category ! Amend i Source j jRIV060105 'Riverside'SCAB 'R355 1 1CARH3 IS` 37.8�-- 38 S NON-EXEMPT 0 2006 _ � _.. _-_ -_ - -- - ----� -1 J Agency CORONA 1 AT I-15/EL CERRITO RD IC - RECONSTRUCT/MODIFY RAMPS: WIDEN SB ENTRY AND NB EXIT RAMPS 1 TO 2 LANES, INSTALL NEW RAMP METER AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS `Fund 2010/2011 j 2011/2012j Total! CITY FUNDS WESTERN RIV TUMF Program CAXT3 RIV060105 Total !- ENG; 325 WWI CON Total; 325 120 1,505_ 1,62.5_ 325 120 1,505 1,950 Priori 2006/2007 2007/2008' 2008/20091 2009/2010 325 120 1,505 325_ 120 1,505 i ProjectlD _1 County l Air Basin ; Program Route ;Begin I End , System Conformity Category 12IV010207 !Riverside SCAB _ ;CAXT3 1 15 38.6, 39.3'S NON-EXEMPT Agency ',CORONA IN CORONA AT I-15/ONTARIO AVE IC - WIDEN SB ON & NB OFF RAMPS FROM 2 TO 3 LANES AND WIDEN ONTARIO AVE FROM 4 TO 6 LANES FROM COMPTON Amend Source - 12 2006 8,000 8,000 11,243 12,243 31,757 34,757 AVE TO STATE STREET Fund WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV010207 Total l ProjectlD !County Air Basin 'RIV020907 1Riverside 'SCAB Model 'R298 ' ENG _RIW; CON ;_ Total. Prior' 566 300 2,563 3,429 50 566_ 300 2,563 3,429 50 2006/2007 - - 2007/2008! 2008/2009 ! _2009/20101 325 1,625 1.950 I Amend I Source 6 1 2006 1 2010/2011' 2011/2012! Total 233_ `-�..� ---- --•------ 583 - _ _ _ 2,563 3,429 233 583 2,563 3,429 Model ' Program ;Route !Begin !End :System 'Conformity Category ' Amend i Source l !NCRH3 151 40i, -40.7 S 'EXEMPT - 6 � 2006 Agency iCALTRANS AT I-15/MAGNOLIA AVE, IC IMPROVEMENTS: (EL SOBRANTE TO ACCESS CONTROL LN) E/O PROPOSED NB OFF RAMP - RECONSTRUCT NB ON RAMP, REALIGN NB EXIT RAMP, SIG INSTALL/MOD, WIDEN STRUCTURE ;Fund ENG R/W CON! Total; Prior' STP LOCAL 6,418 6,418 6,418 CITY FUNDS 1,077 1,100 2,177 2,177 WESTERN RIV TUMF_ .. - 1. . _ 13,211_ 13,211 RIV020907 Total 1.077 1_,100_ 19,629 21,806 8'595 13,211 2006/2007; 2007/2008' 2008/2009 2009/2010! 2010/2011; 2011/2012i Total 6,418 2,177 13,211 21,806 ProjectlD 'County Air Basin Model , Program *IV050532 'Riverside ;SCAB PLN40 ON I-15 NEAR THE CITY OF NORCO - CONSTRUCT NEW SCHLEISMAN RD IC Fund ENG R/W CON! Total Prior WESTERN RIV TUMF_ 2,750 2,750_ 750 RIV050532 Total 2,750 2,750 750 :Route Begin End System ;Conformity Category Amend i Source 1 15 ; 46.5 47.5: S :EXEMPT 1 02006 Agency ; RIVERS IDECOUNTY (6 LANES) AND RAMPS (1 LANE) (EA: OE140K) (PA&ED/PRE-DESIGN) 2006/2007; 2007l2008, 2008/2009,• 2009/2010! 2010/2011; 2011/20121 Total 2,000 y. - - 2,750 2,000 2,750 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:13 AM Page: 6 of 18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVIERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Cost in Thousands State Highway RIV061164 Total 34 34 34 34 ProjectlD :County Air Basin Model 'Program Route Begin End !System !Conformity Category Amend I Source - - _ __.. - - - - - - - ,RIV070307 'Riverside SCAB TDM24 60 13.31 20.37 S TCM ' 6 1 _2_006 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON SR60 IN MORENO VALLEY: IMPLEMENT NEW SR60 FREEWAY SERVICE PATROL (FSP) (BEAT #8, 2 TRUCKS) BETWEEN DAY ST AND REDLANDS BLVD (SR60 HOV LANE CHANGE TCM SUBSTITUTION PROJECT) Fund i ENG: R/W; CON; Total Prior: 2006/2007; 2007/2008; 2008/2009j 2009/2010�- 2010/20111 2011/2012; Totals AGENCY 119 119 40 40 39 119 STATE CASH 474 474 158 158 158 474 RIV070307 Total 593 593 198 198 197 593 -- ProjectlD !County Air Basin ;Model 'Program 'Route Begin ;End !System Conformity Category j Amend Source IRIV041052 !Riverside ISCAB !R357 , jCAXT3 ! 60� 17.91 19.81S �- NON-EXEMPT I 10 1 2006 Agency !MORENO VALLEY SR60/NASON ST IC + MORENO BEACH DR IC: WIDEN NASON OC 2 TO 4 LNS; MODIFY MORENO BEACH DR IC - WIDEN 2 TO 6 LNS, REALIGN/WIDEN RAMPS, ADD WB ON RAMP, ADD EB/WB AUX LN (EA: 323010) (Fund 1 ENG'. RIWj CON; Total( Priori 2006/2007_1._ 2007/2008 2008/20091.2009/20101 2010/2011i 2011/20121 Total WESTERN RIV TUMF_ _ .. _ 4,000 9,000 46,000_ _ 59,000_ . 800_ _ _ _ ., 1,200 _ : _ _ _ 10,400 46,600 59,000 RIV041052 Total 4,000 9,000 46,000 59.000 800 1,200 10,400 46,600 59.000 - --- ! ProjectlD %County lAir Basin I Model ! Program ! Route ' Begin End j System Conformity Category 1 Amend l Source 1 32300 `Riverside j SCAB R305 CAXT3 60; _ 18.1 ! 18 8 ; S NON-EXEMPT r 12 1 2006 Agency MORENO VALLEY I AT SR60/NASON ST IC - MODIFY/RECONSTRUCT IC & NASON ST FROM ELDER TO FIR: REALIGN EB, WB EXIT PLUS EB & WB ENTRY RAMPS, ADD EB & WB RAMP HOV LNS, & ADD AUX LANES (EA: 32300) ;Fund I ENG; WW1_ CON; Total; Prior; 2006/2007 2007/2008, 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 i 2011/2012! Total' CMAQ 700 700 700 700 DEMO - TEA 21 4,500 4,500 4,500 4,500 STP LOCAL 1,350 1,646 2,996 1,350 653 796 197 2,996 CITY FUNDS.. 97_ . 200 10,847_ 11,144 200 . _ .. 10,918. 26_ . - - - _ . _ .. _ 11,144 32300 Total 797 1.550 16.993 19.340 2,250 16.071 796 223 19.340 1ProjectID County !Air Basin Model i Program _ Route _Begin !End !System (Conformity Category i Amend 1 Source 1 RIV050535 Riverside !SCAB CAX71 60 _ 27.97: 'i30.23 S - !EXEMPT 10 2006 Agency ;BEAUMONT ON SR60 AT APPROX PM 28.90: CONSTRUCT NEW 6 LN IC & RAMPS (2 LNS - INCLUDES HOV LN), EB/WB AUX LNS (1,300' BEFORE EXIT RAMPS) & REMOVE FRONTAGE RDS (EA: 34140) (PA&ED/PRE-DESIGN) ;Fund i ENG! RNV CON! Total Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009` 2009/2010, 2070/2011' 2011/2012 Total CITY FUNDS .... .. 7,200 _ . 7 200_ _ - _ 700_ 500 . 2 500_ . 3 500_ 7,200 RIV050535 Total 7,200 7,200 700 500 2,500 3,500 7,200 RIV990709 Riverside ;SCAB •NCNH2 74 27.53 27.53 System ;Conformity Category E Amend Source Air Basin %Model Program • Route Begin End . - 'Riverside S `EXEMPT ; 0 I 7 2006 Agency !FERRIS 1 IN THE CITY OF PERRIS - INSTALL NEW SIGNAL AT 4TH ST (SR74) AND REDLANDS AVE ;Fund ENG RPN CON! Total', Prior 2006/2007 CMAQ 40 194 234 40 194 2007/2008 20013/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2011/20121 - Total. 234 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:13 AM Page: 8 of 18 d� SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ILisocurnoN &GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Cost in Thousands State Highway CITY FUNDS 5 26 31 5 26 31 RIV990709 Total 45 220 265 45 220 265 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Conformity Category Amend ' Source 'RIV050517 Riverside SCAB NCRH4 EXEMPT 1 0 j 2006 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) ON SR74 IN/NEAR HEMET FROM CALVERT AVE TO CALIFORNIA AVE: CURVE REALIGNMENT & PAVEMENT WIDENING (NON CAPACITY) INCLUDING INTERSECTION/LEFT TURN IMPROVEMENTS (EA 006900) jFund ` i ENG'. R/WI CON' Total, Prior; 2006/2007; 2007/20081 _2008/2009! 2009/2010! 2010/20111 2011/2012i RIV CO SALES TAX 400 5,307 5,454 11,161_ 400_ 5,307_ 5,454 RIV050517 Total 400_ 5,307 5,454 11.161 400 5307 5.454 'LtojectlD I County 1AirBasin .Model I PProgram RRoute ;Begin ;End ;System !Conformity Category ! Amend 146460 'Riverside ,-SCAB 13218 1 ICAX63 I 79 1 8.4i 15.8'S NON-EXEMPT r --,. �.._ _---___-_ Route Begin End System 7434.8. 35.92 S Agency L 12 Agency 1RIVERSIDECOUNTY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY ON STATE ROUTE 79 - WIDEN FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM THOMPSON RD TO DOMENIGONI PKWY (Fund ENG 2006/2007i 2007/2008i 2008/2009I 2009/20101 2010/2011 STP LOCAL 2,512 10,000 7,895 COUNTY WESTERN RIV TUMF 46460 Total PFrojectlD ;County 'Air Basin 1RIV621124 ;Riverside 'SCAB FM: CON. Total; Prior? 20,407 20,407 1,000 1,000 2,000 1,200 11,800 15,000 3,000 1,200 32,207 36,407 Model 1,000 2,000 3.000 1,200 1.200 _ 14,312 10,000 7-895 2011/20121 Total 11,161 11.161 Source 2006 i Total I 20,407 1,000 15,000 36,407 . Program Route : Begin :End ' System 'Conformity Category 1 Amend I Source • PLN40 . 79 15.9 32.5 S NON-EXEMPT 4 j 2006 II - .. Agency ,RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) PREPARE PA&ED REALIGNMENT ALTERNATIVES - BETWEEN 2.0 KILOMETERS SOUTH OF DOMENIGONI PKWY TO GILMAN SPRINGS ROAD (KP Limits 25.580 TO 52.304) (EA: 49400) (PA&ED/PRE-DESIGN) jFund _ _ _ ENG, R/W, CON; Total Prior' FFY 2006 APPROPRIATIONS 693 693 EARMARKS DEMO-SAFETEA-LU 1,440 1,440 1,440 1,440 DEMO - TEA 21 3,899 3,899 3,899 3,899 ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION 960 960 960 CONVERSION AGENCY 600 600 600 600 CITY FUNDS 1,125 1,125 1,125 1,125 LOCAL ADVANCE 960 960 960 960 CONSTRUCTION WESTERN RIV TUMF _ , - 13,1_59 13,159 RIV62024 Total 22,836 3,693 22,836 13,159 13,09 22 836 18 183 2006/20071 2007/2008 2008/2009, 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/2012; Total] 693 693 480 480 480 480 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model �RIV62029 ;Riverside 'SCAB ;3605 AT HWY 79 SO AND LA PAZ ST: Fund Program TDN64 Route Begin End System ' Conformity Category 79: 19.4 19.4 S TCM Agency ! 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CALTRANS ENHANCEMENTS: NEAR CORONA FROM 1.0 KM E/O ORANGE/RIVERSIDE CNTY LINE TO 1.35 KM W/O SR 71/91 SEP - INSTALL (EA: 45662, PPNO: 0072G) ENG; WWI CON; Total, Priori 2006/2007: 2007/2008' 100 1,100 1,200 100 1,100 100 1,100 1,200 100 1,100 Amend ! Source ' 0 2006 2008/20092009/2010' 2010/2011 2011/2012 Total 1,200 1,200 1ProjectlD 'County Air Basin [-RIV060118 tRiverside ISCAB Model 1359 Program 1NCN21 Route !Begin :End !System ;Conformity Category 911 2.57' 3.841S j NON-EXEMPT Agency 'CALTRANS Amend ! . Source r— 6 j 2006 ON SR91 THROUGH CORONA: RESTRIPE EASTBOUND INSIDE SHOULDER TO PROVIDE AN AUXILIARY LANE FROM JCT SR91/71 TO SERFAS CLUB DR (EA: OH770) Fund ! ENG! RNy' CON' Total Prior' 2006/2007; 2007/2008, 2008/2009' 2009/2010. 2010/2011 L 2011/2012; Total RIV CO SALES TAX 500 500 500 500 STATE -CASH - 1,.000......1,goo - L000 - 1,000 RIV060118 Total 1 500 1 500 1.500 1.500 ifrojectiD Riverside SCAB R360 !CARH3 --;Rout9 !Begin System !Conformity Amend Source Air Basin !Model ;Pro ram _ _ _ �1 ! i� ! 3.71 S -- `_-I NON-FEDERAL/NON- -~1 0 ! 2006 1 I , ; REGIONAL _1 1 -1 Agency !CORONA AT SR91/SERFAS CLUB DR IC: WIDEN UC ARTERIAL (BTWN WARDLOW & FRONTAGE) 5 TO 6 LNS (FOR 2ND LEFT -TURN LN), ADD SB RIGHT -TURN LN TO WB ENTRY RAMP, & WIDEN EB EXIT RAMP 2 TO 3 LNS LFundENG RPM, CON' Total, Prior 2006/2007' 2007/2008' 2008/2009' 2009/2010, 2010/2011! 2011/2012' Total WESTERN RAN/ TUMF_ _ _ . _ - - _ _ . _ .700._ _ . _ . _ . 2,415_ . - 3,1-15_ . _ _ . _ . _ 700_ . 2,415_ _ - . _ - , - 3,115 RIVO6U106 Total 700 2.415 3.115 700 2.415 3.115 ProjectlD ;County !Air Basin 1Model i !Program .Route 'Begin 'End ;System !Conformity Category ' Amend ; Source- RIV010225 !Riverside SCAB !R296 iCARH3 91I 5.38! 5.3815 NON-FEDERAL/NON- 0 2006 i 1 i REGIONAL Agency ;CORONA AT LINCOLN AVE/SR91 - WIDEN RAMPS (ADD 1 LANE TO EB ENTRY AND 2 LANES TO EB & WB EXIT) PLUS CHANNELIZATION/SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS TO LINCOLN AVE FROM PARKRIDGE AVE TO ONTARIO AVE Fund ' ENG; R/W; CON; Total Prior, 2006/2007 2007/2008: 2008/20091 2009/2010' 2010/20111 2011/2012j Total CITY FUNDS 275 425 700 275 425 700 WESTERN RIV TUMF_ - _ - _ _ 2,100_ _ 2,100 2,100 _ - - 2,100 RIV010225 Total 275 2.525 -2800 275 2,525 2,800 ProjectlD !County i Air Basin Model ! Program Route 1Begin ?End System 'Conformity Category ! Amend '_ Source 1 RIV060107 Riverside SCAB R361 CARH3 91 i 6.34: 6.34!S NON-EXEMPT 0 2006 Agency CORONA 1 AT SR91/MAIN ST IC: WIDEN WB ENTRY RAMP AT INTERSECTION 2 TO 3 LNS; WIDEN SB N. MAIN ST 4 TO 6 LNS (PARKRIDGE TO N. CITY LIMITS) PLUS CHANNELIZATION, MEDIAN, & SIDEWALKS Fund ENG. R/W CON Total Prior 2006/2007! 2007/2008 2008/2009: 2009/2010' 2010/20111 2011/2012, Total, WESTERNRIVTUMF 500 2,615 3,1.15 3,115 3,115 RIV060107 Total 500 2,615 3,115 3,115 3,115 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:13 AM Page: 11 of 18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source RIV0084 Riverside SCAB R294 91 13.6 14.5 S •NON-EXEMPT 12 2006 Agency 1RIVERSIDE, CITY OF SR91/VAN BUREN BLVD IC - RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN RAMPS 2 TO 3 LNS (INCLDS WB HOV LANE), WIDEN OC 4 TO 6 LNS (ANDREW TO RUDICILL) & ADD NEW EB ONRAMP (2 LNS) AT INDIANA AVE (EA: 20320) Fund L ENG! R/W! CMAQ 1,500 STP LOCAL CITY FUNDS WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV CO SALES TAX STATE CASH - RIP RIV0084 Total CON! Total' Prior; 2006/2007 2007/2008' 2008/2009! 2009/2010, 2010/2011I 2011/2012I Total! 500 2,000 1,500 500 2,000 1,681 1,681 1,681 1,681 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 8,000 8,000 16,000 8,000 8,000 16,000 7,600 7,600 7,600 7,600 16,101._ 16,10116,101 - 16,101 2,700 8.000 33.882 44.582 2.700 8,000 33,882 _ 44,582 ProjectlD !County Air Basin Model • ;Program 'Route !Begin _'End 1System ;Conformity Category Amend 1 Source i RIV010212 Riverside SCAB _ R362 ! CAX62 91 L 15.63 � ^21 6 _ _ _-- - !Riverside ` - - � ! �S ITCM F 8 I 2006 ` Agency {RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION I ! (RCTC) 1 ON SR91 - ADAMS TO 60/215 IC: ADD HOV LNS, AUX LNS (MADISON-CENTRAL), BRIDGE WIDENING & REPLACEMENTS, EB/WB BRAIDED RAMPS, IC MOD/RECONSTRUCT + SOUND/RETAINING WALLS ;Fund ENGR/W; CON; Total Priori 2006/2007, 2007/20081 2008/2009 2009/2010: 2010/2011! 2011/2012) Total' CMAQ CORRIDOR MOBILITY PROGRAM STATE CASH - RIP TRAFFIC CONGESTION RELIEF RIV010212 Total 13,070 34,546 47,616 13,070 157,198 157,198 24,263 24,263 3,700, _ - 3,700-_ - 3,700 16.770 24,263 _191,744 232,777 16,770 34,546 157,198 24,263 24,263 191,744 47,616 157,198 24,263 3,700 232,777 ProjectlD 1County !Air Basin 'tRIV031222-��Riverside !MDAB ; Model Program ;Route !Begin !End ; System !Conformity Category I Amend I Source I CAX63 -- -95j - 391 __._.-.._--16IS NON-EXEMPT I 3 7 2006 1 Agency !BLYTHE 1 IN BLYTHE ON U.S. 95/INTAKE BLVD (local arterial portion) - WIDEN FROM 2 TO 4 LANES FROM HOBSON WAY TO 14TH ST & INSTALL SIGNAL AT HOBSON WAY/INTAKE BLVD Fund CITY FUNDS RIV CO SALES TAX _ RIV031222 Total ENG' RIW; CON', Total 103 103 1,875_ _ _ 1,875 . 103 1.875 1,978 Prior' 2006/2007; 2007/2008, 2008/2009! 2009/2010/ 2010/2011 103 _ 1,875 103 1,875 2011/20121 Total 103 1,875 1,978 ;ProjectlD 'County !Air Basin System !Conformity Category i Amend j Source` 1 ,RIV031211 TRtverside ISSAB 32.31 iS NON-EXEMPT I 0 r 2006 1 Agency INDIO IN INDIO ON SR111 - WIDEN SR111 FROM 4 TO 6 LANES, INSTALL SIGNALS, CONSTRUCT/ LANDSCAPE MEDIAN, AND STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS FROM Model Program !Route !Begin : End 12338 CAX63 1 111 31.31 MADISON ST TO JEFFERSON ST 'Fund ENG, Mil CON Total Prior; CITY FUNDS 400 400 RIV CO SALES TAX 300 2,900_ . 3,200 300 RIV031211 Total 300 400 2,900 3,600 300 2006/2007. 2007/2008 400 2,900 _ 3,300 2008/2009 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/2012': Total! 400 3,200 3,600 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:14 AM Page: 12 of 18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source RIV03I214 Riverside SSAB NCR30 111 34_ 34.7 S EXEMPT 0 2006 - -- _. Agency !LA QUINTA IN LA QUINTA ON SR111 FROM WASHINGTON ST TO WEST CL - CHANNELIZATION/SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS: INSTALL CURB & GUTTER, SIDEWALK, HANDICAP RAMPS, RAISED CURB MEDIAN, & ROCK MITIGATION !Fund ENG! FM! CON! Total Prior! 2006/2007i _- 2007/2008Y_-2008/2009i 2009/2010L 2010/2011: 2011/2012i Totafi RIV CO SALES TAX 22 _ _. _ . 299 321 - _ _ _ . 22. 299_.. _ _ 321 RIV031214 Total 22 299 321 22 299 - 321 ProjectlD _ fCounty !Air Basin 1 Model ! Program Route ;Begin !End !System Conformity Category Amend 1 Source 1RIV031210 7Riverside ISSAB IR341 ICAX63 I 1111 45:14 47.25S 1NON-EXEMPT j 0 jr 2006 Agency jCATHEDERALCITY I IN CATHEDRAL CITY ON SR111/EAST PALM CYN DR - WIDEN E. PALM CYN DR FROM 4 TO 6 LNS (at WEST CATHEDRAL CYN CHANNEL BRIDGE) & CONSTRUCT MISSING GAP SIDEWALKS NEAR EAST & WEST CL Fund_ _ I ENG; R/WI CON! Total' Priori 2006/2007 2007/20081 2008/2009: 2009/2010 2010/2011I 2011/2012 Total! CITY FUNDS 220 176 396 220 176 396 RIV CO SALES TAX _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 200_______ ... _ 1,384_ _ _ 1,584__ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ _200_ .. _ _. 1,384 1,584 RIV031210 Total 420 1.560 1.980 420 1.560 1.980 IProjectlD !County Air Basin Model j ;Program 1 Route Begin i End !System !Conformity Category 1 Amend ! Source I RIV031219 IRiverside ISCAB 'STUDY t 215 9; 18_51:S 1EXEMPT _ j 0 I 2006 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION 1 (RCTC) ! CETAP - WINCHESTER TO TEMECULA CORRIDOR: DEVELOP TIER II ENVIRONMENTAL DOC (PAED ONLY) ALONG I-15: SR79 SO TO JCT I-15/I-215, I-215: JCT I-15 TO NEWPORT RD, & FRENCH VALLEY PKWY Fund ENG' R/W' CON• Total' Prior 2006/2007! 2007/2008; 2008/2009 2009/20101 2010/2011L 2011/2012! Total -- - -- - -- - - - - - RIV CO SALES TAX 10000_ _ __...__.-. 10000._ _.._ 1Q:000_ ._,....... ... _. _ ................ . . 10,000 RIV031219 Total 10.000 10.000 10.000 low.° ProjectlD !County lAirBasin_ Model I Program Route IBegin !End System Conformity Category Amend ! Source I —i - 1 So__ RIV070305 Riverside !SCAB CAX63— 2151 9( 15.S;S !NON-EXEMPT _ 8_ii 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION ! ((RCTC) ON I-215 IN SW RIV CO FROM I-15/215 JCT TO SCOTT RD: CONSTRUCT A THIRD MIXED FLOW LANE IN EACH DIRECTION (WIDENS I-215 FROM 4 TO 6 MF LANES - 3 in each direction) (EA: 0E161) !Fund I ENG! RAN CON! Total! Prior; 2006/2007! - 2007/2008 2008/2009! 2009/2010! _ 2010/20111 2011/2012! Tota1U CORRIDOR MOBILITY PROGRAM 38,570 38,570 r _ 38,570 38,570 STATE CASH_ - RIP 7,171 50 . 16,530_ _ 23,751 3,623 _ _ 3,598_ _ _ _ 16,530 23,751 RIV070305 Total 7.171 50 55.100 62,321 _ 3,623 3,598 55.100 62.321 ProjectlD County Air Basin :Model ' ^ Program Route ' Begin ! End System 'Conformity Category Amend j Source RIV62040 ;Riverside SCAB R293 CAXT3 2151 10.6, 11.05tS NON-EXEMPT 0 f 2006 _.. 1 __ ..,. - - Agency SMURRIETA ON I-215 AT LOS ALAMOS RD IC: RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC 2 TO 6 LNS (3 LNS EACH DIR) FROM HANCOCK AVE TO WHITEWOOD RD, WIDEN RAMPS (1 TO 2 & 1 TO 3 LNS), (EA: 432801) 'Fund ENG! R/W CON Total Prior; 2006/2007; 2007/20081 2008/2009 2009/2010; 2010/2011 1 2011/2012I Total! CITY FUNDS.. e ......... 1,725 10,500 12,225_ . 2,125 _ _ .. _ 10,19p.. _ 12,225 RIV62040Total 1,725 10,500 12,225 2,125 10,100 12,225 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:14 AM Page: 13 of 18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Pro1'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model R1V010203 Riverside 'SCAB R264 Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source CAXT3 215' 12.3 12.8 S NON-EXEMPT 10 2006 L., -,_ . _ . Agency MURRIETA AT I-215/CLINTON KEITH RD IC - CONSTRUCT PARTIAL CLOVERLEAF: WIDEN OC 2 TO 6 LNS, RECONSTRUCT RAMPS (WIDENING TO EXISTING NB/SB DIAMOND RAMPS) & CONSTRUCT NEW NB/SB LOOP ON RAMPS ;Fund ENGI WW1 CON; Total' Prior 2006/2007' 2007/2008I 2008/20091 2009/2010 2010/2011! 2011/2012; Total CITY FUNDS _ . 4,501,._ _ _.90029,59534,996, 2,548 . .. ... . ...... . . . _ . _ . 32,448 . .... ,.. _ - - .... _ 34,996, RIV010203 Total 4 501 900 29 595 34 996 2 548 32 448 34 996 ProjectlD !County ;Air Basin Model I !Program 'Route Begin lEnd ;System ;Conformity Category Amend i Source RIV060104 }Riverside 'SCAB !R363 CANTB 215; 131]3iS NON-FEDERAL/NON- 10 2006 I L_ ____ _L !REGIONAL Agency i MURRIETA IN MURRIETA ON I-215 AT LINNEL LANE: CONSTRUCT NEW 4 LANE (2 LANES EACH DIR) OC FROM MCELWAIN RD TO MEADOWLARK LN INCLUDING SIDEWALKS AND BIKELANES Fund_ _ _ _ _ _ENG ! _ R/_W! ___ CON ! _ Total' CITY FUNDS 2519 _ 9,710 9,331 21,560 RIV _CO SALES TAX 1,500_ _ . 1,500 RIV060104 Total 2 519 9 710 10 831 23 060 1 60 21 400 23.060 Prior. 2006/2007i 2007/2008! 2008/20092009/20101 2010/2011i 2011/2012! Total! 1,660 19,900 21,560 1,500 1,500 1ProjectlD (County Air Basin !Model ! RIV011232 w1Riverside 'SCAB !R325 _) Program ;CAXT3 Route . Begin = End ' System ;Conformity Category I Amend 1 Source ! 215 _ 15 16 3 NON-EXEMPT L_ 10 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE COUNTY AT I-215/SCOTT ROAD IC NEAR MURRIETA - RECONSTRUCT/WIDEN IC FROM 2 TO 6 LANES AND RAMPS FROM 1 TO 2 LANES (EA: 0A020) Fund ! ENgj WWI CON! Total. Prior! 2006/2007; 2007/2008; 2008/2009! 2009/2010! 2010/20111 2011/2012! Total; COUNTY- 1,700 .17,100„ . 53,400., 72,200 - . 700 1,000. 17,100_ 53,400, _ - 72,200 RIV011232 Total 1.700 17.100 53,400 72 200_ 700 _ 1,000 17,100 53.400 72,200 ProjectlD County jAir Basin !Model I Program "Route - Begin 'End System i Conformity Category j Amend j Source 1 RIV070309 jRiverside SCAB i �� ;CAX63 215( 15.5! 28.1 S NON-EXEMPT 1 8 j 2006-1 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION , (ROTC) ON I-215 IN SW RIV CO FROM SCOTT RD TO NUEVO RD IC: CONSTRUCT A THIRD MIXED FLOW LANE IN EACH DIRECTION (WIDENS I-215 FROM 4 TO 6 LANES - 3 in each direction) (EA: 0E162) (PA&ED) Fund ENG' Ft/WI CON; Total' Prior; 2006/20071 2007/2008; 2008/2009 2009/2010i 2010/2011L 2011/2012�y-__Total ! __ _ i.�_ _._._ .__ STATE CASH - RIP 9,392 9,392 9,392 9,392 RIV070309 Total 9.392 9.392 9.392 9,392 IProjectID County !Air Basin Model Program ;Route Begin !End System I Conformity Category I Amend Source I 17.7 19.3' S :NON-EXEMPT 8 2006 RIV050534 Riverside SCAB CARH3 215; __,___ _ __ _..__. 2____°°6 Agency ;RIVERSIDE COUNTY I-215/NEWPORT RD IC: RECON/WIDEN 4 TO 6 LNS (HAUN-ANTELOPE), ADD NB & SB 2 LN LOOP ON RAMPS, RECON NB+SB ON/OFF RAMPS, WIDEN SB ON 2 TO 3 LNS, ADD HOV LN TO NB & SB ON (EA: 01440) Fund ENG; WW1 CON: Total Prior 2006/2007' 2007/2008, 2008/2009 2009/2010: 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total COUNTY 29,000 29,000 29,000 29,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF 3,000 5,000 8,000 16,000. 290 710 7,000 , _ %00 16,000 RIV050534 Total 3,000 5,000 37,000 45,000 290 710 7,000 37,000 45,000 Print Date: 4/162008 10:16:14 AM Page: 14 of 18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Pro'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD RIV060111 County Air Basin Model Riverside SCAB Program CARH3 Route Begin End System 215 22.43 23.09 S Agency Conformity Category EXEMPT PERRIS Amend Source • 0 2006 AT I-215/ETHANAC RD IC IN PERRIS: RECONSTRUCT/MODIFY IC FROM 2 TO 4 LANES, MODIFY/REALIGN RAMPS, ADD SIGNALS, PLUS SAFETY/CHANNELIZATION IMPROVEMENTS (PA&ED/PRE-DESIGN) Fund I ENG! FM; CON, Total Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008! 2008/2009 2009/2010! 2010/2011+ 2011/2012 CITY FUNDS 500 500. 250 250 RIV060111 Total 500 500 250 250 ProjectlD ' County Air Basin ' Model : Program Route !Begin l End I System !Conformity Category I Amend . Source ~RIV050501 !Riverside TSC�AB 1R365 i .___l.- 8 2006 CAXT3 215j I 25.51 27i S 'NON-EXEMPT Agency 'RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) I-215 AT SR74/G ST IC: REPLACE 2 LN OC W/ 4 LN OC & WIDEN REDLANDS AVE (4th to SAN JACINTO), WIDEN/REALIGN RAMPS, MODIFY 4th ST (G to EASTERLY TERMINUS) & RECONSTRUCT INTERSECTIONS =Fund j ENG' R/W1 CON; Total Prior; Total 1 500 500 DEMO-SAFETEA-LU ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION CONVERSION AGENCY LOCAL ADVANCE CONSTRUCTION WESTERN RIV TUMF RIV CO SALES TAX RIV050501 Total 480 480 320 320 200 320 1,050 _ _ 1,050 3,420 200 320 1,050 1,050. 3,420 1,050 1,050_ . p 2,100 i 2006/2007" 2007/2008_1_ 2008/2009: 2009/2010?� 2010/2011; 2011/2012 Total 480 480 160 160 320 200 200 320 320 1,000 160 160 1,050 1,050 3.420 ProjectlD =County :Air Basin ;Model RIV070304 Riverside 'SCAB j Program i Route i Begin I End • System 'Conformity Category F Amend i Source TDM24 2151 26.311 36.421 S i TCM I 6 2006 i Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION Ifl (RCTC) ON I-215 IN SW RIV CO: IMPLEMENT NEW I-215 FREEWAY SERVICE PATROL (FSP) (BEAT #19, 2 TRUCKS) BETWEEN SR74/4T1-1 ST AND ALESSANDRO BLVD (SR60 • HOV LANE CHANGE TCM SUBSTITUTION PROJECT) [Fund ENG; R/WCON Total= Prior, 2006/20071 2007/2008J 2008/2009i 2009/20101 2010/2011I 2011/20121 Total] AGENCY 119 119 40 40 39 119 STATE CASH 474 474 _ _ _ 158 158 158 474 RIV070304 Total 593 593 198 198 197 593 ProjectlD 'County Air Basin ' Model 1RIV060120'Riverside (SCAB w R366 !Program Route ; CAYT3 215 Begin End System `Conformity Category I Amend Source 32.32 35.93 tNON EXEMPT 12 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE COUNTY I-215/VAN BUREN BLVD IC: RECON/WIDEN IC 2 TO 4 LNS (Museum --Opportunity), ADD NB 3 LN ON NB/SB AUX LN TO CACTUS (EA 0E520K) Fund ENG R/W CON Total Prior 2006/2007, AGENCY 2,000 50,000 52,000 DEVELOPER FEES 3,000 1,000 3,000 7,000 REDEVELOPMENT FUNDS 15,000 15,000 WESTERN RIV TUMF _ 4,550 15,000 19,550 _ RIV060120 Total 7,550 3,000 83,000 93,550 RAMP & WIDEN RAMPS 1 to 2 & 3 LNS w/ HOV 2007/2008 2008/2009 2,000 3,000 1,000 550_ 500 1,500 550 3,500 4,500 2009/2010; 2010/2011i 50,000 3,000 15,000 12,000 5,000 80,000 5,000 ENTRY LNS, ADD 2011/2012L_.. 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ObN'Id weJ6oJd lepovi HVOS, apuJanl21 ££5050AI2I u!seg any Ifwno3 Ol;oafoJd spuusnma ui;so0 kemg8la aIeIS IIV 17N, sluawpuauly panoiddy WAN dIM 900Z Peldopy leui� 6u4sfl ;oa oid 5LN3INNl13A0910 NOLLVIOOSSV tr11\lilCdl�dO N6:2H1f10S SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ' ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source ,RIV050555 Riverside SCAB R367 CAXT5 215 38.3 38.92 S TCM 10 2006 Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION (RCTC) i ON I-215 (N/O EUCALYPTUS AVE TO S/O BOX SPRINGS RD) & SR60 (DAY ST TO SR60/I-215 JCT): RECONSTRUCT JCT TO PROVIDE 2 HOV DIRECT CONNECTOR LNS (SR60 PM: 12.21 to 13.31) (EA: 449311) IFund ENG; RAN, CON! Total Prior! CMAQ 6,108 4,000 10,108 2,213 10,108 RIV CO SALES TAX 792 519 1,311 287 1,311 STATE CASH - IIP 23,483 23,483 23,483 23,483 STATE CASH _RIP _ _ ... .. _ 8,1_17_ _ 8,117 _ _ _ _ _ _ 8,117 8,117 RIV050555 Total 6.900 4,519 31.600 43.019 2,500 8.919 31.600 43.019 IProJectlD pCounty !Air Basin I Model Program ;Route !Begin *End (System Conformity Category 1 Amend j Souroe_ RIVLSOI !Riverside !SCAB I ! ISHPO4 ! 999r 1 -IS EXEMPT 1 12 ! 2006 Agency CALTRANS CALTRANS SHOPP - COLLISION REDUCTION PROJECTS LUMP SUM AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN RIVERSIDE CNTY, (CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126,127,128, EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3) (2006 SHOPP) LFund ENG FM CON. Total; Prior SURFACE TRANS PROG. SHOPP 49,173 49,173 _ . RIVLS01 Total 49.173 49,173 2006/2007' 2007/2008 2008/2009, 2009/20102010/2011 1 2011/2012; Total 7,895 1,024 2006/2007' 2007/20081 2008/2009 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/2012 Total+ 9,478 .. _ _ _ _ 30,042 _ - _ _ _ 2 ,519 . 7,134_ _ . _ - _ - ... 49,173 9.47830,042 2.519 7.134 _ 49,173 !IProjectlD County Air Basin RIVLS02 !Riverside !SCAB ;Model Program ! SHP03 i Route , Begin ' End ' System 'Conformity Category Amend ! Source I 9991 ' S EXEMPT 12 2006 --! Agency !CALTRANS , CALTRANS SHOPP - ROADWAY PRESERVATION PROJECTS LUMP SUM AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN RIVERSIDE CNTY, (CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126,127,128, EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3) (2006 SHOPP) Fund ENG 1 R/W ( CON Total Prior' NATIONAL HWY SYSTEM-SHOPP 155,138 155,138 RIVLS02 Total 155.138 155.138 2006/2007 2007/2008' 2008/2009 2009/2010! 2010/2011 2011/20121 Totalk 78,839,. .,_._ 76,299 155,138 78,839 76,299 155.138 IProjectlD ECounty !Air Basin Model ! _ Program Route !Begin !End !System !Conformity Category R Amend Source ! 1 jRIVLS06 (Riverside [SCAB jSHPO4 I- 999r ;S ;EXEMPT j 12 !�2006 i Agency !CALTRANS CALTRANS SHOPP - BRIDGE PRESERVATION PROJECTS LUMP SUM AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN RIVERSIDE CNTY, (CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR 93.126, 127, 128, EXEMPT TABLE 2 & 3) (2006 SHOPP) iFund ENG FM CON; Total HBRR - STATE , _ 768 58 _ 2,046_ 2,872 RIVLSO6 Total 768 58 2 046 2 872 IProlectlD County Air Basin Model _ _.. - IRIVLS07 Riverside !SCAB Prior i 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009: 2009/2010 2010/2011 2011/20121 Total; 2.872_.. . ,.._..._.,.-_..._..-.._--_ 2,872 2.872 2.872 Program Route ,Begin SHPO4 999: End System Conformity Category S ! EXEMPT _. - - --- Agency CALTRANS CALTRANS SHOPP - EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROJECTS LUMP SUM AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN 128, EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3) (2006 SHOPP) !Fund ENG. R/W, CON; Total Prior 2006/2007! NATIONAL HWY SYSTEM-SHOPP 3,085_ 3,085 2,725 _ RIVLS07Total 3,085 3,085 2,725 Amend 2 i. t Source 2006 1 RIVERSIDE CNTY, (CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126, 127, 2007/20081 360 360 2008/20091 2009/2010, 2010/2011 2011/20121 Total 3,085 3,085 Print Date: 4/162008 10:16:18 AM Page: 17 of18 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERMENTS Pro'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All State Highway Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program ,Route Begin •End System 1ConformityCategory Amend Source ,RIVLS08 Riverside SHP01 999 S _ 'EXEMPT 1 2006 _ _ .. Agency CALTRANS CALTRANS MINORS PROJECTS LUMP SUM AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN RIVERSIDE CNTY (PROJECTS ARE CONSISTENT WITH 40 CFR PART 93.126,127,128, EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3) Fund ENG, R/W CONy Total:, Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009, 2009/2010 2010/2011' 2011/20121 Total STATE CASH - 4,400 _ . 173 18,925- . 23,498„ - _ , _ _ _ 8,863_ 9,925 4,710 _ - - _ . _ 23,498 RIVLS08 Total 4,400 173 18.925 23.498 8.863 9.925 4,710 23.498 ProjectlD County `Air Basin I Model 4 !Program I Route ;Begin j End System ; Conformity Category I Amend 1 Source RIVLS09 (Riverside I j ! SHPOI I 999 )S ;EXEMPT I 10 2006 f i_- _� _ . i I` Agency 'CALTRANS CALTRANS SHOPP - MANDATES PROJECTS LUMP SUM AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN RIVERSIDE CNTY, (CONSISTENT W/ 40 CFR PART 93.126, 127, 128, EXEMPT TABLE 2 & 3) (2006 SHOPP) _ Fund r- �� — ENG' R/W. CON; Total! Prior; 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/2009T— 2009/2010i 2010/2011 2011/2012; Total; NATIONAL HWY SYSTEM-SHOPP _ 13,216_ _ 13,216 _ • 5,700 5,300 2,216 13,216 RIVLS09 Total 13.216 13,216 5.700 5.300 2.216 13.216. 1ProjectlD 'County MyAirBasin ` . LModel ! Program i Route ;Begin 1 EndSSystem ; Conformity Category 1 Amend 1_Source i RIVLSIO ;Rverside i SCAB ' �! 9991 IS [EXEMPT 12 2006— Agency ICALTRANS CALTRANS SHOPP - MOBILITY PROJECTS LUMP SUM AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS IN RIVERSIDE CNTY, (CONSISTENT W/40 CFR PART 93.126, 127, 128, EXEMPT TABLES 2 & 3) (2006 SHOPP) 1Fund ENG; FVW, CON; Total Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009'! 2009/2010;' 2010/2011'1 2011/2012 Total _ - _ -- - ____ — ------__... SHOPP AUGMENTATION_ _ . 6,760 6,760 . 6,760.. - _ _ _ _ - _ 6,760 RIVLSIO Total 6,760 6,760 6,760 6.760 Grand Total 235,451. 256,254;1,969,835,2,461,540 399,402 207,780 456,7771 434,530� 491,188 445,205 26,658, 2,461,540 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:16:18 AM Page: 18 of IS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source _ _ - __ _ RIV050516 Riverside SCAB BUR04 T EXEMPT 3-- 2006 Agency CORONA - - IN CORONA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) .Fund ' ENG R/W CON Total Prior` 2006/2007 2007/2008; 2008/2009 2009/2010, 2010/2011 2011/2012, Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 146 146 146 146 TDA _ARTICLE _#4 37_- 37_ 37 37 RIV050516 Total 183 183 183 183 I ProjectlD County ; Air Basin Model ' i Program 1 Route Begin End !System (Conformity Category Amend Source IRIV061102 ;Riverside !SCAB ! I 1BUR04 j I ; IT ;EXEMPT ( 4 2006 Agency CORONA � IN CORONA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 08 5307) Fund ,: ENG; R/W CON; Total; Priori 2006/2007; 2007/2008: 2008/2009; 2009/2010! 2010/2011I 2011/2012! Total_ FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR _ 146 146 146 146 TDA ARTICLE #4 37_ 37 _ 37 _ 37 RIV061102 Total 183 183 183 183 ProjectlD County .Air Basin Model !Program Route !Begin !End ,System 1ConformityCategory Amend Source I 'RIV061103 ;Riverside SCAB BUR04 j IT EXEMPT 4 2006 _ Agency CORONA - IN CORONA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 09 5307) Fund _ ENG' RAN: CON' Total' Prior; 2006/2007: 2007/2008; 2008/20091 2009/2010. 2010/20111 2011/2012; Total, FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 146 146 146 146 TDA ARTICLE #4 37 37 37 37 14IV061103 Total 183 183 183 _ 183 ProjectlD 'County ;Air (Model ! 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Program Route ' Begin End ' System Conformity Category Amend Source - — .. _ - - -- — .. - 'RIV051201 Riverside SCAB T320 TDN64 T TCM 0 2006 i -- Agency RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANS COMMISSION ' (RCTC) j IN CORONA - IMPLEMENT NEW 60 SPACE PARK -AND -RIDE LOT (via annual lease agreement) AT FAITH BIBLE CHURCH AT 1114 W. ONTARIO AVE (TCM substitution for Corona's 3 expansion buses) Fund ENG; R/W. CON! Total; Prior, 2006/2007! 2007/2008 2008/2009! 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/2012; Total RIV CO SALES TAX _ _ - _ _ 20- 20 5 5 5 5 20 RIV051201 Total 20 20 5 5 5 5 20 ProjectlD I County ;Air Basin 'Model ! }Program Route ;Begin 'End !System 'Conformity Category I Amend ! Source I IRIV060202 (Riverside jSSAB I ;PAN93 i____[ _._. 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A0u05V 4 .IdIATUXH y' gVDS aplslanrg LOZI MAIN puawy /Oo6ate0 Auwiotuo0 walsAs pug ul6ag, ahoy ppm uls se illuno0 011oafoud 900Z winos 9HNNl ww6oid' spuusnogl ui lso3 nslleiy IIV 17 I sluawpuewy panaddy UAM cl112I 900Z PeldoPV laud Bugsn SiN31A11013A0OP NO LVINISSW VINHG3nVO N831-llnos SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Pro1'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model ' Program .Route Begin End System •Conformity Category Amend Source ` ... __. _ _. RIV050536 'Riverside SCAB BU000 T EXEMPT 0 20 ' Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA IN FY 05/06 - OPERATING ASSISTANCE: FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE (FY 06 5307 - HEMET/SAN SAN JACINTO UZA) !Fund ' ENG' FM; CON Total; Prior, 2006/2007i 2007/2008: 2008/2009; 2009/2010,_ 2010/2011: 2011/2012; Total! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,640 1,640 1,640 1,640 FTA 5311 NON-UZA 189 189 189 189 FARE REVENUE 7,876 7,876 7,876 7,876 TDA ARTICLE #4 _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ 25,242 25,242 25,242_ _ . _ _ :.. _ _ _ 25,242 RIV050536 Total 34,947 34,947 34.947 34.947 ProjectlD "County :Air Basin ;Model ( ;Program (Route !Begin End ;System I Conformity Category Amend ! Source RIV050537 Riverside 'SCAB 1 i IBU000 I L, --__ITEEXEMPT I 0 j 2006 1 Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 4 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED COST OF CONTRACTING (PURCHASED TRANSPORTATION) (FY 06 5307, UZA's: RIV-SAN + TEM/MURR) IFund I ENGI R/WI CON Totals Priori 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/2009' 2009/2010 2010/2011I 2011/2012j Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 2,048 2,048 2,048 2,048 TDA ARTICLE #4 538_ _ , 538_ _ 538 538 RIV050537 Total 2.586 2.586 2.586 2,586 ProjectlD !County Air Basin Model ' ' Program ' Route Begin !End I System ;Conformity Category I Amend j Source 1 ri1V050538 'Riverside ;SCAB — _-_,_ ___ _- __— ___ _ ,BUN94 . _I _ --_':T !EXEMPT _ 1~ 0 • , 20 _J Agency (RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY I IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - DEBT FINANCING (FY 05/06 PORTION) FOR 57 TRANSIT COACHES, 25 REPLACEMENT, 32 EXPANSION (FY 06 5307, UZA: RIV-SAN) (Fund I ENG( RIWj CON( Totals Prior; 2006/2007; 2007/20082008/2009' 2009/20101 2010/2011 2011/2012j Total: FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,651 1,651 1,651 1,651 TDA ARTICLE #4 413 413 413 413 RIV050538 Total _ 2.064 2.064 2,064 2.064 (ProjectlD County Air Basin Model i ;Program Route ,Begin ;End ;System !Conformity Category i Amend s Source j _ _... 1 RIV050539� Riverside SCAB !- M`~ TRN06 i T ;EXEMPT 0 _ _1 20 - �a Agency I —RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY j PURCHASE NEW COMPUTER SERVERS & SOFTWARE UPGRADES (E.G. OPERATOR TIMEKEEPING, ELECTRONIC DOC MGMNT, WIRELESS CAMERA DATA TRANSFER, MOBIL VIEW III, ETC.) (FY 06 5307) Fund' ENG' RNV'. CON; Total; Prior; 2006/2007j 2007/2008: 2008/2009; _ 2009/2010j _ 2010/2011 2011/2012 TotJ -- _ .. . _ . �. .._. ._.._ ._.�..,__.,_. -- FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 575 575 575 575 TDA ARTICLE #4 144_ . _ 144 144 144 - - .-_._.._-._.- RIV050539 Total 719 719 719 719 : ProjectlD !County Air Basin Model Program ' Route Begin End ( System ; Conformity Category Amend ! Source d RIV050540 ,Riverside :SCAB !NCR10 T EXEMPT 0 2006 _ Agency ;RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) AMENITIES (E.G.BUS SIGNAGE, ATIS KIOSKS, SHELTER MATERIALS, BRANDED SIGNAGE & AMENITIES, ETC.) (HR4818 FY 05 EARMARK) (Fund ENG' R/W• CON Total; Prior: 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010, 2010/2011, 2011/2012' Total, FTA 5309(c) BUS 121 121 _ _-- 121 __._......_ w _.._121 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:15:29 AM Page: 10 of 29 2010/2011! 2011/2012i Totals 2,014 529 2,543 ,ProjectlD County !Air Basin Model t- Program Route !Begin End :System Conformity Category , Amend 1 Source IRIV050543 1Riverside !SCAB ; lBU000 !T ;EXEMPT 4 ( 2006 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY j IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED COST OF TIRE LEASE (FY 07 5307), (UZA: RIV-SAN) iFund ' ENG; RAW i, CON; Total Prior' 2006/2007J 2007/2008. 2008/20091 2009/20191 2010/2011 j 2011/2012I - Totall FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 176 176 176 176 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 44 44 _ _ . _ - .. _ 44 44 RIV050543 Total 220 220 220 220. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION a/GOVERNMENTS AGENCY RIV050540 Total ProjectlD ;County ;Air Basin 'Model !RIV050541 Riverside ';SCAB IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA IN !Fund ENG, R/W' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR FTA 5311 NON-UZA FARE REVENUE TDA ARTICLE #4 RIV050541 Total Pro'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands 344_ 344 344 465 465 465 Program Route !Begin End--- ._ !System ConformityCategory, Amend _ - _____ ___ - -_End__ -. . _-._.._.. -- - - %BU000 T EXEMPT 4 Agency ;RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY FY 06/07 - OPERATING ASSISTANCE: FIXED ROUTE & DIAL -A -RIDE (FY 07 5307 - HEMET/SAN JACINTO UZA) CON( TotalL Prior! 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/20091 2009/20101 2010/2011j 2011/20121 1,559 1,559 1,559 669 669 7,448 7,448 31,446 _ 31,446 41.122 41.122 669 7,448 31,446 41,122 344 465 Source -2006-- -{ _Total 1,559 669 7,448 31,446 41,122. 1.FLojectID 'County_ ;Air Basin Model ' jRIV050542 �rRiverside !SCAB _ { Program I BUR05 Route i Begin End j S� ystem . Conformity Category ! Amend 1 Source -- -� W L EXEMPT _ 4_ 2006 Agency +RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 3 i IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 07 5307, UZA: TEM/MURR) Fund _ ; ENG{ R/Wi C_ONj Total! Prior'-2006/2007! 2007/2008; - 2008/2009;� 2009/20101 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR _ - 2,014 2,014 - 2,014 TDA_ARTICLE #4 _ _ _ _ _ 529 529 529_ _ - RIV050542 Total 2.543 2 543 2,543 !ProjectlD ;County !Air Basin :Model i 'Program !Route !Begin ;End System ;Conformity Category ,• Amend L Source 1RIV050544 (Riverside ,SCAB ! BUN94 jT :EXEMPT 3 i 2006 S- -___ -_.--__.��- Agency , RIVERIDE TRANS -IT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - DEBT FINANCING (FY 06/07 PORTION) FOR 57 TRANSIT COACHES, 25 REPLACEMENT, 32 EXPANSION (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) Fund ENG' R/W CON: Total; Prior; 2006/2007! 2007/2008`. 2008/2009i 2009/2010, 2010/2011' 2011/2012i Total! ,635 ..__-- - - - . FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,635 1,635 1,635 1,635 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST . 409 409_ 409 409 RIV050544 Total 2,044 _ 2,044 2,044 2,044 ;ProjectlD County Air Basin Model ` Route Begin ; End ;System Conformity Category Amend Source IRIV050553 Riverside ,SCAB IT EXEMPT 9 J 2006 J Agency ,RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN TEMECULA - CONSTRUCT NEW TEMECULA TRANSIT CENTER IN THE VICINITY ALONG YNEZ RD ABOUT 0.5 MILES N/O WINCHESTER RD (SR79) (04, 05, 06, 07, _ E-2006-091, E-2007-0131, SAFETEA LU) Fund ; ENG' R/Wj CON! Total Prior' 2006/2007 2007/20081 2008/2009t 2009J2010; 2010/2011; 2011/2012 Total! FTA 5309(c) BUS 242 1,020 195 1,457 1,262 95 100 1,457 Program TRIVH6 Print Date: 4/162008 10:15:29 AM Page: 1 L of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All AGENCY 298 18 316 WESTERN RIV TUMF 49_ 49 RIV050553 Total 540 1,020 262 1,822 316 1,578 Transit 24 119 25 - 125 Cost in Thousands 316 49 I.822 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR TDA-ARTICLE #4 RIV050554 Total _ IProjectlD !County !Air Basin RIV050556 Riverside SSCAB {ProjectID ;County Air Basin Model I ;Program Route !Begin IEnd System Conformity Category I Amend source RIV050554 Riverside !SCAB NCR10 'T :EXEMPT I 0 I 2006 ! __.. — Agency I RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY j BUS STOP AMENITIES: PURCHASE BENCHES, KIOSKS, SIGN POLES/EXTENSIONS, BUS SIGNS, TRASH RECEPTACLES, ETC. TO REHAB VARIOUS EXISTING STOPS/SHELTERS (FY 06 5307, UZA: RIV-SAN) (TE) Fund I ENG; R/WI CON TotalPrior', 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/2009 2009/2010j 2010/2011i 2011/2012! _ Total! 88 88 22 _ 22 110 110 22 22 110 110 ;STUDY IT jEXEMPT _±. 0 ; 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY -BUS RAPID TRANSIT (BRT) ENHANCEMENTS: DEVELOP BRT ENHANCEMENT PLAN (E.G. PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES, BRAND AWARENESS & RIDERSHIP SCENARIOS, ETC.) (FY 06 5307 UZA: TEM/MURR) (TE) IFund i ENG' R/Wj CON; Total, Prior; • 2006/2007; 2007/2008' 2008/2009 2009/2010; 2010/2011i 2011/20121 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 21 21 21 TDA ARTICLE #4 82 82 82 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 297 _ _ 297_- ._ . _ _ , _ _ 297- - RIV050556 Total 400 400 400 Model i , !Program IRoute }Begin _!End 'System Conformity Category 1 Amend t Source Tota J 21 82 297 400 1 ProjectlD j County '1Air Basin 'Model I RIV051005 1Riverside ;SCAB IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE !Fund _ 1 ENG; FM' CON! FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI 328 AGENCY 82 RIV051005 Total 410 FProjeatlD ;County IAir Basin ;Model f ;RIV051007 (Riverside SSCAB 12322 1. !Program IRoute 'Begin IEnd !System 'Conformity CategoryI Amend ! Source PAN93 _ _ _ ! T TCM 0 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 10 EXPANSION MINIVANS (APPROX 5 PASSENGERS EACH, GAS/DIESEL) (5310 FY 05/06 CYCLE) Total! Prior; 2006/2007 2007/20081 2008/2009 2009/2010 I 2010/2011j 2011/20121 Total; 328* 328 328 82 82 82 410 410 410 !Program :PLN40 Route I Begin '^-stem Conformity Category Source ; i j iT NON-EXEMPT 0 7-2006 — 0 2006 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY NEAR MORENO VALLEY S/O ALESSANDRO BLVD BETWEEN SAN JAC BRANCH LINE & I-215: CONSTRUCT NEW MORENO VALLEY MULTI -MODAL TRANSIT CENTER AT 14211 MERIDIAN PKWY ;Fund ENG R/W.` WESTERN RIV TUMF_ , _ _ _ - 720 RIV051007 Total 720 CON' Total' 720 720 Prior. 595 595 2006/2007' 125 125 2007/2008'. 2008/2009; 2009/2010: 2010/2011! 2011/2012! 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SLN34VN113J4Q9ia NO111/130851f :+IN'SCJI1V0 N�i11?lfIOS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Pro1'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Cost in Thousands Transit RIV061113 Total 155 155 155 155 ProjectlD • County Air Basin Model Program Route ' Begin End System Conformity Category Amend ; Source RIV061114 Riverside SCAB TRR06 T EXEMPT 4 2006 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO FOR RTA - PURCHASE MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATIVE EQUIPMENT (E.G. ID CARD PRINTER, BOARD ROOM AUDIOVISUAL EOUIPMENT, ETC.) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) IFund ` ENG; R1WI CON' Total j Prior, 2006/2007' 2007/2008j 2008/20091 2009/2010' 2010/20111 2011/2012_ Total! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 11 11 11 11 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 3_ _ _ _ . - 3_ ._. 3_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ 3 RIV061114 Total 14 14 14 14 ProjectlD 'County i Air Basin Model . !Program ;Route :Begin 1End System 1ConformityCategory i Amend { Source 1 IR1V061115 Riverside SCAB r jADR55 -' I 1 T 'EXEMPT T 4 1^2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY AT RTA EXISTING ADMINISTRATIVE FACILITIES - SUPPORT FACILITIES REPAIRS (E.G. HEMET ROOF REPAIR/SEAL, RIVERSIDE LIGHTING RETROFIT, ETC.) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) ENG ( Fund — - • �RIWI CON' --- Total! Priorl 2006/2007I 2007/2008; 2008/2009: 2009/2010I 2010/2011; 2011/2012; Totalj , FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 45 45 45 45 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST , _ - . - 11_ 11, _ 11 11 RIV061115 Total 56 56 56 56 ProjectlD County :Air Basin Model 1Program •Route ;Begin 'End ;System 'Conformity Category Amend j Source RIV061116 Riverside :SCAB TRR07 i ;T ,EXEMPT 4 2006 Agency ' RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY AT RTA EXISTING RIVERSIDE MAINT. FACILITY: MAINTENANCE SUPPORT UPGRADES (E.G. EXHAUST SYSTEM MODIFICATION, METHANE DETECTION SYSTEM UPGRADE, ETC.) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) ;Fund i ENG! RN/ CON1 Total; Prior -2006/2007, - - 2007/2008; 2008/2009; 2009/2010; 2010/2011j 2011/2012,; - Total, FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 50 50 50 50 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST _ , .. _ _ . _ 13 _ _ _ 13_ _ _ . 13 13 RIV061116 Total 63 63 63 63 ProjectlD !County ;Air Basin !Model ; Program Route !Begin ;End ';System 1ConformityCategory ; Amend I Source 1 IRIV061117 'Riverside ;SCAB IADR55 1I T !EXEMPT I 4 I 2006 4 Agency ?RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY AT EXISTING RTA RIVERSIDE & HEMET FACILITIES: YARD & SHOP FACILITY REPAIRS (E.G. CONCRETE REPLACEMENT, PARKING LOT REPAIRS, ASPHALT REPAIRS, ETC.) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) ;Fund ; ENG FM: CON; Total, Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008 20013/2009; 2009/2010i 2010/2011i 2011/2012 Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 174 174 174 r 174 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 44 44 44 44 RIV061717 Totel 218 218 218 218 ProjectlD ;County !Air Basin Model ;Program Route .Begin 'End System IConformityCategory 1 Amend Source --.. RIV061118 'Riverside SCAB TRN08 �T EXEMPT ' 4 2006 _-_ Agency jRIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE 13 GFI ODYSSEY FAREBOXES (8 FOR LAIDLAW CONTRACTED & 5 FOR RTA) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) Fund i ENG, R/W CON: Total. Prior: 2006/2007 2007/2008' 2008/2009 2009/2010' 2010/2011! 2011/2012j Total' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 138 138 138 138 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 35 35 35 35 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:15:29 AM Page: 14 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Cost in Thousands Transit RIV061118 Total 173 173 173 173 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route , Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source - _ RIV061119 Riverside SCAB BUN07 T (EXEMPT 4 2006 ' _ ._ - - - - - Agency • RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: LEASE COST OF AUTOMATIC PASSENGER COUNTER (APC) UNITS INSTALLED ON BUSES (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV- SAN) 1Fund _._-1 ENG. RAN, CON; Total! Prior; 2006/2007 L .2007/2008, 2008/20091 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/20121,— Total' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 48 48 48 48 STATE_T_.._ ASSIST 12 12_......_ ..._-- --... - 12 RIV061119 Total 60 60 60 60 [ProjectlD !County `Air Basin ;Model ; "Program 'Route ;Begin :End (System iConformltyCategory Amend 1 Source IRIV06ll20 (Riverside rSCAB I ITRR06 I I i IT (EXEMPT I 4 1 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY PURCHASE ADP HARD/SOFTWARE (E.G. NEW & REPLACE. SERVERS, TEL RECORDING/TRANS TRAK SYS FOR DAILY OPS, UPGRADE TIME KEEPING SYSTEM & GIS ANNUAL UPDATE) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV- SAN) !Fund 1 ENG1 WW1 CON; Total! Priori FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 448 448 STATE „TRANSIT ASSIST 112 _ 112- RIV061120 Total 560 560 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/20091 2009/20101 2010/20111 2011/2012L - Total! 448 448 112_ .- ,- 112 560 560 ProjectID County ;Air Basin ; Model . i Program ;Route Begin !End System 'Conformity Category Amend j Source t —_ ._.--_----------.__- —_ _------------_.--_-. .... I jRIV061121 'Riverside ;SCAB I 'ITS01 .._;T 'TCM 4 ' 2006 Agency ;RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: INSTALL AUTOMATED TRAVELER INFORMATION SYSTEM (ATIS) ON VARIOUS FIXED ROUTE VEHICLES (Approx 97) (SAFETEA LU Earmark -#171, E-2006-BUSP-157) Fund j ENG' RAW; CON; Total: Prior: 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/2009i 2009/20101 2010/2011 2011/20121 Total: J ._.____—_-_ _ _.. FTA 5309(c) BUS 95 95 95 95 WESTERN RIV TUMF - 24 24 24- _ 24 RIV061121 Total 1.1.9 _ 119 119 119 ProjectID 'County !Air Basin 'Model 1 !Program !Route ,Begin ;End 'System 1ConformityCategory Amend Source 1 RIV061122 'Riverside 'SCAB i ;TRR06 1 IT 'EXEMPT I 4 II 2006 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE ADP HARDWARE/COMPUTER EQUIPMENT (E.G. DESKTOP AND NOTEBOOK COMPUTERS PLUS PRINTERS, ETC.) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) (Fund _ . ENGWA/; CON' Total Prior 2006/2007/ 2007/2008 2008/20091 2009/2010 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total: FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 50 50 50 50 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 12 12 12 12 RIV061122 Total 62- 62 62 62 ProjectlD County :Air Basin 'Model ' ' Program !Route • Begin End System Conformity Category ! Amend 1 Source1 _ :RIV061123 `Riverside 'SCAB ;TRRH6 T :EXEMPT 4 2006 i .....__._._.----------.-__. _....___..._ ...__-------..._.____.._.'.._ --- - ------' Agency ;RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY UPGRADE SELECTED RURAL AREA BUS STOPS (E.G. CONCRETE PAD CONSTRUCTION, W/ ONE WAITING BENCH, SIGN, TRASH RECEPTACLE & INSTALL MODERN BUS SHELTERS OVER BENCH AREA) 'Fund 1 ENG1 RANI CON! Total Prior:, 2006/2007 2007/20081 2008/2009, 2009/2010 V 2010/20111 2011/2012 Total' FTA 5311 NON-UZA 39 39 39 39 Print Date: 4/16/200S 10:1529 AM Page: 15 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of CsOVERNMENTS Pro'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Cost in Thousands Transit STATE TRANSIT. ASSIST 36_ 36 36 36 RIV061123 Total 75 75 75 75 i ProjeatlD County • Air Basin Model RIV061124 ;Riverside ;SCAB Program Route ;Begin !End ;System ,ConformityCategory j Amend 1 Source j . . - - - - BU000 f T EXEMPT ; 14 2006 .. .._ . -- ---- -__.------ Agency . RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA IN FY 07/08 - OPERATING ASSISTANCE: FIXED ROUTE & DIAL -A -RIDE (FY 08 5307) (UZAs: HEM/SAN JAC + TEM/MURR) !Fund _ ___1 ENG! R/Wi CONj Total _ - Priori 2006/20071 2007/2008! 2008/2009! 2009/2010 2010/20111 2011/20121 Totem _. 5. - GRIM -I---- - -- ---2 - ---.__...__ _..___.--_____ FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,962 1,962 1,962 1,962 FTA 5311 NON-UZA 455 455 455 455 AGENCY 1,450 1,450 1,450 1,450 FARE REVENUE 8,185 8,185 8,185 8,185 TDA ARTICLE #4 37,432 37,432 37,432 37,432 RIVCOSALES TAX ___• 150, 150 150 150 RIV061124 Total 49,634 49,634 49,634 49,634 lProjectlD County ;Air Basin ;Model ; !Program iRoute (Begin jEnd JSystem `�!ConformityCategory 1 Amend i Source I iRIV061125 Riverside jSCAB BURGS I I _ 1!T _ _ _ _-___. .EXEMPT _ __ i 10.. i2006- 1 Agency jRIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - CAPITALIZFD PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 08 5307) (UZA: TEM/MURR) jFund j ENGj FM CON! Total; Prior' 2006/2007j 2007/2008 2008/2009; 2009/2_010 2010/2011 2011/2012j Total; FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 3,737 3,737 3,737 3,737 TDA ARTICLE #4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 934 934 934. - . _ . _ _ _ 934 RIV061125 Total 4.671 4,671 4.671 4.671 'ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End (System Conformity Category Amend ; Source RIV061126 Riverside jSCAB ;BUR17 IT EXEMPT 1 4 1 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY FOR THE CITY OF CALEXICO THROUGH RTA (PASS THROUGH) - PURCHASE ONE REPLACEMENT FULL-SIZED BUS (40 FOOT, APPROX 40 PASSENGER, ALT- FUEL/CNG) (Earmark # E-2004-BUSP-038) lFund i ENG( R/Wi CON! Total; Priori 2006/2007! 2007/20081 2008/2009i 2009/2010 2010/20111 2011/2012j Totali FTA 5309(c) BUS 291 291 291 291 CITY FUNDS _ . 73_ 73- 73- - _ 73 RIV061126 Total 364 364 364 364 i 1ProjectID County !Air Basin ;Model ! !Program !Route 'Begin iEnd SSystem jConformity Category Amend ! Source.! RIV061127 .Riverside SCAB i iPAR16 tT EXEMPT 10 F 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY PURCHASE 42 REPLACEMENT PARATRANSIT VEHICLES (38 TYPE II & 4 TYPE VII, GAS/DIESEL, APPROX 12 PASSENGER) W/ LIFTS & ACCESSORIES (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) ;Fund ENG!. RIW1 CON; Total; Priori 2006/2007 2007/2008! 2008/2009! 2009/2010' 2010/2011` 2011/2012j Total( FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 2,222 2,222 2,222 2,222 STATF,. TRANSIT ASSIST _ .. • . 556_ 556_ 556 - . - - , . , _ _ _ 556 . RIV061127 Total 2,778 2,778 2,778 2,778 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:15:29 AM Page: 16 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVIERNMENTS Pro1'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin 'Model End ;System 'Conformity Category_ Amend ' Source RIV061128 •Riverside "SCAB T EXEMPT - 10 20 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY FOR THE CITY OF CALEXICO THROUGH RTA (PASS THROUGH) - PURCHASE ONE REPLACEMENT FULL-SIZE BUS (40 FOOT, APPROX 40 PASSENGER, ALT- FUEL/CNG) (EARMARKS E2006-BUSP-072 & E2007-BUSP-052) Fund ENGR/W' CON; Total Prior: 2006/2007. 2007/2008; 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011. 2011/2012i Total FTA 5309(c) BUS 117 117 117 117 CITY FUNDS 29 29 29 29 II{.-P..r--ojectlD ;County !Air Basin IR1V061131 jRvverside ;SCAB RIV061128 Total 146 Program Route Begin BUR17 146 146 146 ProjectlD `'County IAlrBasin 'Model I (Program ;Route !Begin }End !System 'Conformity Category I Amend 1- -- iRIV061129 !Riverside !SCAB ! jVER02 ( I_ — I LT !EXEMPT I 10 2006 Agency ;RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - PURCHASE 4 REPLACEMENT SUPPORT CARS AND 4 REPLACEMENT SUPPORT TRUCKS (GAS/DIESEL) (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) (Fund FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATETRANSIT ASSIST RIV061129 Total ENG R/W CON; Total Prior; 2006/2007.; 2007/2008. 272 272 272 68 68 68 Source 2008/20091 2009/2010; 2010/2011�2011/2012; Total 340 340 340 272. 68 340 ProjectlD IRIV061130 !County ;Air Basin Model 1 !Program !Riverside 1SCAB j TBUN94 Route Begin ; End ;System iConformity Category Amend I Source j IT - _ TEXEMPT j 9 2006 ' Agency ;RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA - DEBT FINANCING (FY 07/08 PORTION) FOR 57 TRANSIT COACHES, 25 REPLACEMENT, 32 EXPANSION (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) [Fund I ENG R/W CON Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,627 1,627 STATE TRANSITASSIST 407 . 407 RIV061130 Total 2,034 2,034 j Model _ Prior 2006/2007• 2007/2008 1,627 407 2008/2009, 2009/2010 2010/2011, 2011/2012 Total' 1,627 407 2.034 2,034 Program 'Route I Begin ! End System �NCRIO Agency 'Conformity Category ' Amend Source j EXEMPT I 10 1 20 —I ! RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY BUS STOP AMENITIES: PURCHASE BENCHES, POLES/EXTENSIONS, SIGNS, TRASH RECEPTACLES, ETC. TO REHAB & EXPAND EXISTING STOPS/SHELTERS (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) (TE) ;Fund ENG RAN CON; Total' Prior 2006/2007 2007/20081 2008/2009 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 300 300 300 STATE TRANSIT "ASSIST 75 75 , - - - _ _ - _ _ _ .... _ - _ 75 RIV061131 Total 375 375 375 ProjectlD i County Air Basin I Model : Program I Route ! Begin End - _ - --- - _ --- - _.. _ _ .. _. _. :_...._.. — .. ._ RIV061132 Riverside _SCAB !.TRR07 2009/2010; 2010/2011_ 2011/20121Total! 300 75 375 ;System Conformity Category ! Amend ; Source 1 p T EXEMPT 10 r 2006 • Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY CAPITAL MAINTENANCE SPARES: PURCHASE ROLLING STOCK CAPITAL PARTS (E.G. ALTERNATOR, MANIFOLDS, PUMPS, CONTROLLER, TRANSMISSION, COMPRESSOR, ETC.) (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) .Fund .... --- .. -- ENG • RAN'. 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CONCRETE REPLACEMENT, FLOOR RECOATING, FACILITY PAINTING, ROOF REPAIRS, ETC.) (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) ;Fund ENGI RAN CON: FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST . . RIV061138 Total 110 28 138 Total! Prior; 2006/2007i 110 28 2007/2008 i 2008/2009, 2009/20101 2010/2011 2011/20121 Total! 110 110 28 28 138 138 138 PProjectlD !County !Air Basin (Model 1 RIV061139 jRiverside !SCAB Program iTRR06 i Route j Begin ; End 'System Conformity Category Amend ; Source I j IT (EXEMPT 10 1 2006 I Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY j AT EXISTING RTA RIVERSIDE & HEMET ADMINISTRATIVE FACILITIES: PURCHASE REPLACEMENT OFFICE FURNITURE (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) ENGj R/W1 CON( Total Priori 2006/2007! 2007/20081 2008/20091 2009/2010j 2010/2011! 2011/2012; Total; 6 6 6 _._ 1..._. 1 _. 1 7 7 7 6 1 7 PPoojectlD (County .Air Basin Model ! !Program ,Route !Begin (End !System !Conformity Category I Amend ' Source I -5 --.--'------ -- - - - -- rRIV061140— ! Riverside ' SCAB I NCR86 T 1 EXEMPT j 10 2006 Agency 'RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY 1 AT EXISTING RTA MAINTENANCE FACILITY: PURCHASE NEW AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATER UNITS (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) !Fund _ i ENG RPM CON( Totall Prior, 2006/2007I 2007/20081 2008/2009: 2009/2010 2010/2011: 2011/20121 Total, FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 24 24 24 24 STATE -TRANSIT ASSIST _ 6.. - _ . . 6.. . - . _ _ ..... 6 RIV061140 Total 30 30 30 30 `ProjectlD }County :Air Basin !Model 1 I Program ;Route i Begin !End !System !Conformity Category p Amend i_...__1 Source ` �.._._ RIV061141 Riverside ;SCAB I ; ITRN08 — _ IT (EXEMPT 1 10 j 2006 Agency 'RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE 53 GFI ODYSSEY FAREBOXES (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) !_Fund 1 ENGj R/W1 CON! Total: Priori 2006/2007: 2007/20081 200E1/2009; 2009/2010i 2010/20111 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 637 637 637 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST - _ _ _ . 159 159. .. _ _ . _ ._ _..... _ ... _ ._ . . ... . . .... . . 159 _ . . RIV061141 Total 796 796 796 2011/201211 Total] 637 159 796 ProjectlD (County Air Basin `Model " IRIV061142 IRiverside -SCAB Program Route Begin End I BUN07 IN WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FOR RTA: PURCHASE DIRECT TV & WIFI ON COMMUTER LINK SAN) {Fund - I ENGI - RNy` CON, Total' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 232 232 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 58 _ . _ 58_ - RIV061142 Total 290 290 System !Conformity Category - i Amend ! Source T EXEMPT_ _�-+-10 2006 11-7 Agency ;RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY - - FOR ENHANCED COMMUTER TRAVEL (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV- Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008, 2008/2009I 2009/2010i 2010/2011 232 58 . _..._ 58 232 2011/20121 Total! -._.r _.. � 232y 58 290 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:15:34 AM Page: 19 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source IRIV070705 Riverside SCAB T TCM 10 . 2006 Agency RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY PURCHASE 5 EXPANSION PARATRANSIT TYPE II VEHICLES (APPROX 12 PASSENGER, GAS/DIESEL) WITH WHEEL CHAIR LIFTS AND ACCESSORIES (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) {Fund FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST .. _ RIV070705 Total 314 ENGj R/WCON, Total; 251 251 63_ _ 63 314 314 PAN93 Prior: 2006/2007 2007/2008--2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2011/2012i Total; -- 251 63 251 63 314 I Model I I Program Route I Begin I End !System !Conformity Category i Amend I Source I r ^ �I !BURGS ]._ ' I f T TEXEMPT JI -10 - -1 2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY IN AND AROUND RIVERSIDE FOR RTA: REFURBISH/RECONDITION 5 EXISTING CNG TROLLEY VEHICLES TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) Fund j ENG! WWI CON! Totals Prior. 2006/2007; 2007/2008j 2008/2009j 2009/2010I 2010/20111 2011/2012L Total] FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 456 456 456 456 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 114 114 114 114 RIV070706 Total 570 570 570 IRIV070707 fProjectlD ICounty 'Air Basin RIV070706�1Riverside ]SCAB Program !ProjectlD ICounty ;Air Basin !Model 'Riverside 'SCAB 570 Program !Route Begin ]End 'System !Conformity Category I Amend I Source i I TRN07 j T EXEMPT 10 I 2006 1 Agency 'RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY BUS STOP MAINT EQUIP: PURCHASE VARIOUS EQUIP (E.G. PRESSURE WASHER, VACUUM BROOM, RAKES, SHOVELS, AIRLESS PAINT SPRAYER, ETC.) FOR EXISTING BUS STOPS (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) 'Fund ENGI R/W! CON Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 31 31 STATE, TRANSITASSIST,_ 8_ 8 RIV070707 Total 39 39 Prior; 2006/2007 2007/2008i - - - 31- g- 39 2008/2009; 2009/2010' 2010/2011j 2011/2012j Total' 31 39 ProjectlD jCounty iAir Basin 'Model r IRIV041004 !Riverside SCAB j Program ;Route :Begin End System Conformity Category Amend I Source i. PAR 17 I I IT !EXEMPT I 0 i2006 Agency (RIVERSIDE, CITY OF I FOR RIV SPECIAL SERVICES- PURCHASE 6 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL MEDIUM SIZED (APPROX 12 PASS) DIAL -A -RIDE PARATRANSIT VEHICLES W/ LIFTS, TIEDOWNS, RADIOS & VIDEO CAMERAS (FY 05 5307) [Fund ENG( R/WI CON! Total! Prior' 2006/2007 i 2007/20081 2008/2009 i 2009/20101 2010/20111 _ 2011/20121_ Total! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 373 373 373 373 STATE TRANSIT, ASSIST . 77.. _ 77. 77 . 77 04 RIV1004 Total 456 450 450 450 ProjectlD !County !Air Basin !Model I !Program Route in IRIV041005 iRiverside 'SCAB ! BUR04 • End ! System i Conformity Category Amend Source I i T j EXEMPT 0 i 2_006 -- — Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF _ — IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 05 5307) IFund ENG? R/W1 CON; Total; Prior' 2006/2007! 2007/2008, 2008/2009 2009/2010 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 80 80 80 TDA_ARTICLE#4 20 20 . . 20. . .. RIV041005 Total 100 100 100 2010/2011I 2011/2012! Total80 20 100 Print Daze: 4/16/2008 10:15:34 AM Page: 20 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIF with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands ProjeetlD !County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend ' Source .._._ . _ _ . !RIV041006 Riverside ',SCAB TRN06 T EXEMPT 0 2006 Agency ,RIVERSIDE, CITY OF FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - PURCHASE SCHEDULING/DISPATCHING SOFTWARE, COMPUTERS, AND OFFICE EQUIPMENT(FY 05 5307) Fund ENG RAN CON; Total Prior 2006/2007; 2007/2008, 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 j 2011/2012 Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 120 120 120 �120 STATE TRANS17.../ IST . .. . . ... . . . . . . 30 30 30_ 30 RIV041006 Total 150 150 150 - 150 Pro ecdD ' County � !End ;System iConformity Category = Amend j Source_ II^ J ty ; Air Basin I Model i Program Route Begin RIV041007 Riverside -SCAB I I IBUR04 1 I_.._ T ,EXEMPT ,J _ -0 ~i _2006 y� Agency ;RIVERSIDE, CITYOF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 06 5307) IFund j__-ENG i _ RIWI CON Total! -- Prior,_ " 2006/20071_ 2007/2008j„2008/2009i2009/_2010 2010/2_0_11_1_ 2011_/2012i Total; FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 80 80 80 ~� T 80 TDA.ARTICLE #4 _ _ _ _ 20_ 20 _ 20 _ 20 RIV041007 Total 100 100 100 100 IProjectlD 'County IAir Basin !Model ! ;Program ,Route -Begin End 'System !Conformity Category I Amend I Source RIV050518 Riverside 'SCAB I ! JPAR17 !T IE_XEMPT- _ _ 0 _2006 - Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF PURCHASE 6 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL MEDIUM-SIZED (APPROX 12 PASS) DIAL -A -RIDE PARATRANSIT VEHICLES W/ LIFTS, TIEDOWNS, FARE BOXES, RADIOS, VIDEO CAMERAS , & ACCESSORIES (FY 06 5307) [Fund ENG; R/WI CON[ Total _ FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 373 373 STATE TRANSITASSIST _ . _ _ 77_ _ 77_ RIV050518 Total 450 450 ProjectlD !County !Air Basin ;Model I ;Program IRIV050519 ;Riverside SCAB - --_i _ 'VEN02 Prior 2006/20071 - 2007/200881 2008/2009_ 2009/2010' 2010/2011I 2011/2012i Total 373 373 77 _ . 77 450 450 Route 'Begin !End , System iConformity Category I Amend ! Source ; T EXEMPT Agency !RIVERSIDE, CITY OF FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - PURCHASE I LOW -FLOOR MINIVAN SUPPORT VEHICLE (FY 06 5307) Fund I ENG WW1 CON[ Total! Prior; 2006/2007 2007/20081 2008/2009; 2009/2010! 2010/20111 2011/2012; Total FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 56 56 56 56 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 14 14 14 _ 14 RIV050519 Total 70 70 70 - _ 70 ProjectlD County Air Basin :Model '_Program Route .Begin „End ,System !Conformity Category - - RIV050520 ;Riverside !SCAB ;NCR86 ! ;T ;EXEMPT Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF AT EXISTING RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES FACILITIES - FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS TO INCLUDE BUS WASH AND OPERATIONS FACILITIES REHABILITATION (FY 06 5307) 'Fund ! ENG R/W CON Total' Prior. 2006/2007, 2007/20081 200E1/2009 2009/2010, 2010/2011I 2011/20121, Total; •FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 40 40 40 40 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 10_ 10, 10 10 RIV050520 Total 50 50 50 50 Amend Source { 0 2006� Print Date: 4/162008 10:15:34 AM Page: 21 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION a/GOVERNIyENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source - _ - - RIV050521 ;Riverside SCAB BUR04 T EXEMPT 3 2006 Agency ;RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) Fund ENG FM, CON; Total Prior 2006/2007, 2007/2008 2008/2009` 2009/2010; 2010/2011: 2011/2012' Total' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 80 80 80 80 TDA,ARTICLE #4 _ _ . _ .. - 20 20 . _ . 20 20 RIV050521 Total 100 100 100 100 l_ProjectlD County 1Air Basin Model i ;Program Route 'Begin 'End (System 1ConformityCategory j Amend f Source IRIV050522 lRiversidelSCAB j j 'PAR17 j �� i IT 'EXEMPT v 4 _ __ -2006- I Agency 'RIVERSIDE, CITY OF 1 PURCHASE 8 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL (CNG) (APPROX 12 PASS) DIAL -A -RIDE PARATRANSIT VEHICLES W/ LIFTS, TIEDOWNS, FAREBOXES, RADIOS, CAMERAS, & ACCESSORIES (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) 'Fund ENG' R/WI CON: Total, Prior 2006/2007: 2007/2008' 2008/20091 2009/20101_ 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 598 598 598 598 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 122 122 122 122 R1V050522 Total - 720- 720 720 720 i 1 ty I �__ _ g_ j Begin End System !Conformity Category i Amend Source 1 , TRR06 _ - --' Pro ectlD Coun Air Basin ,Model # I Pro ram Route B In 1 IRIV050523 Riverside (SCAB i : T ;EXEMPT 3 2006 Agency 'RIVERSIDE, CITY OF FOR RIV SS - PURCHASE REPLACEMENT OFFICE & MISC. EQUIPMENT (E.G. DESKS, CHAIRS, PHONES, RADIO EQUIP, FILE CABINETS, ETC.) FOR EXISTING ADMIN FACILITY (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) :Fund ENG RAW, CON Total' Prior 2006/20071 2007/2008; 2008/2009• 2009/2010; 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 40 40 40 - - _- 40 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 10- - - . 10.. _ . 10_ . - . - - . - - 10 RIV050528 Total 50 50 50 50 'ProjectlD County !Air Basin 'Model I !Program Route Begin 'End 'System Conformity Category Amend ' Source I IRIV050524 RRiverside SSCAB I I - T _ INCR86 - 'EXEMPT J 3 I, 2006 I Agency !RIVERSIDE, CITY OF I FOR RIV SS - CONSTRUCT EXPANDED SERVICE BAY FOR VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AT EXISTING RIVERSIDE MAINT. FACILITY OPS AREA SUPPORTING EXISITNG VEHICLE FLEET (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) ;Fund ENG, R/W CON; Total' Prior FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 800 800 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 200 200 RIV050524 Total 1.000 1,000 Model 'ProjectlD !County 'Air Basin RIV061105 !Riverside ':SCAB 2006/2007 2007/2008i 2008/2009, 2009/2010/ 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total] 800 800 200. _ _ . 200 1,000 1,000 Program Route 'Begin ' End System Conformity Category ( Amend Source i _. ..._ _ _L._d PAN07 _ _ T EXEMPT 4 2006 Agency :RIVERSIDE, CITY OF FOR RIV SS - PURCHASE/INSTALL VEHICLE LOCATOR EQUIPMENT FOR PROVIDING A 25 VEHICLE FLEET MOBIL DATA & GPS INFO FOR INCREASED PASSENGER/DRIVER SECURITY (FY 07 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) !Fund ' ENG R/W - CON,, Total Prior - 2006/2007. 2007/2008 2008/2009, 2009/20101 201o/2011 2011/2012i Total ETA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 120 120 120 120 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 30_ 30_ _ 30 _ - _ 30 RIV061105 Total 150 150 150 150 Print Daze: 4/16/2008 10:15:34 AM Page: 22 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION al GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands ! ProjectlD County Alr Basin Model • Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source 'RIV061106 ;Riverside SCAB BUR05 T rEXEMPT 9 2006 Agency ;RIVERSIDE, CITY OF IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) :Fund ENG' R/W' CON,Total. Prior 2006/2007: 2007/2008' 2008/2009. 2009/2010, 2010/2011 2011/2012: Total; ,_ _. _—__..._.,.___.__ FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 80 80 80 80 TDA ARTICLE 14 ... ....., ..... _ _ ..... .. . . . . .... . 20_ _ ... 20... _ 20 20 IV0 R61106 Total 100 100 100 100 iProjectlD 'County lAir Basin :Model 1 :Program :Route IBegin !End :System Conformity Category j Amend Source RIV061107 ;Riverside I SCAB i ' ,PAR17 I f 1 jT XEMPT j 9 2006 Agency RIVERSIDE, CITY OF PURCHASE 5 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL (CNG) (APPROX 12 PASS) DIAL -A -RIDE PARATRANSIT VEHICLES W/ LIFTS, TIEDOWNS, FAREBOXES, RADIOS, CAMERAS, & ACCESSORIES (FY 08 5307) (UZA: RIV-SAN) !Fund I ENG; R/Wi CON! Total l Prior; 2006/2007` 2007/2008; 2008/2009i 2009/2010' 2010/2011I 2011/2012 Total' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 415 415 415 415 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 85_ 85 _ 85 85 RIV061107 Total 500 500 500 500 IrProlecdD !County 'Air Basin _Model ' !Program (Route !Begin !End (System 'Conformity Category j Amend ! Source — - .. .. ,RIV070704 Riverside SCAB BUR04 T EXEMPT 10 i ._..2006 Agency !RIVERSIDE, CITY OF 1 IN RIVERSIDE FOR RIVERSIDE SPECIAL SERVICES - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 09 5307) (Fund ENG R/W! CON' Total, Prior' 2006/2007! 2007/2008'. 2008/2009' 2009/20101 2010/2011; 2011/20121 Total! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 80 80 80 80 TDA ARTICLE #4 _ 20- 20 20 20 - .._ RIV070704 Total 100 100 100 100 ILLrojectlD I County Air Basin :Model I I Program ;Route ;Begin ! End System 'Conformity Category I Amend 1 Source RIV011242 !Riverside SCAB (T323 I CON93 j I IT -�TCM --I 0 I 2006 Agency I SOUTHERN CALIF REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY PURCHASE EXPANSION ROLLING STOCK (2 CAB CARS AND 3 LOCOMOTIVES) FOR METROLINK IEOC AND RIVERSIDE/FULLERTON/LA LINES (EA: RIVFUL, PPNO: 0079E) 1Fj and ENG' R/W' CON Total Prior:, 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009; 2009/2010i 2010/2011i 2011/20121� Total SURFACE TRANS PROG - IIP 17,000 17,000 17,000 17,000 AGENCY.. .. ...... .. . . . 2,693. . _ ,693 _ ....... 2,693 2,693 RIV011242 Total 19.693 19.693 2.693 17.000 19.693 IProjectlD ;County ;Air Basin !Model I Program 'Route :Begin !End System !Conformity Category j Amend Source _._ RIV010502 IRvverside SSAB :T316 NCN86 T EXEMPT l 0 2006 Agency I SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY j IN COACHELLA VALLEY, PROPERTY ACQUISITION OF APPROXIMATELY 2.27 ACRES FOR BUS PARKING/MAINTENANCE FACILITY EXPANSION AND ALTERNATE FUELS INFRASTRUCTURE EXPANSION 'Fund ENG' R/W• CON: Total; Prior, 2006/2007, 2007/2008 2008/2009. 2009/2010 2010/2011; 2011/2012 Totali FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 331 331 165 166 331 STATE. TRANSIT ASSIST . 80 . , 80 39 41 80 RIV010502 Total 411 411 204 207 411 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:15:34 AM Page: 23 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Pro1"ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands 'ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route Begin End System Conformity Category Amend Source ,RIV041042 Riverside ,SSAB BUR05 T. EXEMPT 1 0 2006 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY AREA FOR SUNLINE - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 06 5307, UZA: INDCCPS) !Fund ENG, FM; CON; Total, Prior 2006/2007 _2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010, 2010/2011 2011/2012i FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 800 800 800 TDA ARTICLE 4#4 . _ - - - 200_ 200 _ 200 RIV041042 Total 1,000 1.000 1,000 IProjectlD !County IAIrBasin }Model Program ;• Route !Begin I, End (System jConformityCategory -RIV041048 }RiversideTSSAB IBUR17 - ^Y IT -IEXEMPT Agency j SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY AREA FOR SUNLINE - PURCHASE 10 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEUCNG 40 FOOT (43 PASSENGER) BUSES W/ LIFTS, FAREBOXES, RADIOS, BICYCLE RACKS, & ACCESSORIES (FY 05 5307) !Fund j ENG; R/WI CON! Total] Prior! 2006/2007 2007/2008, 2008/20091 2009/20101 2010/2011I 2011/2012I Total! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,306 1,306 1,306 1,306 TDA ARTICLE #4 1,050 1,050 1,050 1,050 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 125_ • . „ ,125 RIV041048 Total 2.481 2.481 2.481 2,481 IProjectlD County !Air Basin Model Program Route !Begin End (System jConformityCategory i Amend j Source 1 - --- - - - - -, RIV050545 1Rverside !SSAB IBU000 jT EXEMPT 0 j 2006 ! Agency i SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 71 IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE - FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2005/0-6 IFund ; ENG R/WCON( Total Prior 200612007! 2007/2008 2008/2009: 2009/2010: 2010/2011, 2011/2012i Total; FTA 5311 NON-UZA 114 114 114 114 FARE REVENUE 2,743 2,743 2,743 2,743 TDA ARTICLE #4 10,308 10,308 10,308 10,308 RIV CO SALES TAX _ _ .. , ..... - _ . , 3,.W.. 3,765 _ . _ _ . _ . _ . _ .. 3,765... _ . _ .. 3,765 RIV050545 Total 16.930 16,930_ 16,930 16.930. Total 800 200 I000 Amend j Source 0 2006 LProjectlD ''County jAir Basin !Model ; ! Program ;Route Begin !End !System }ConformityCategoryI Amend ! Source - --__ jRIV050546 .Riverside {SSAB BUR17 I IT !EXEMPT __ T 0 _2006 ] Agency 'SUNLINE TRANSITAGENCY - -�I IN COACHELLA VALLEY - PURCHASE 16 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL 40 FT (43 PASS) BUSES W/ LIFTS, BIKE RACKS, FAREBOXES, RADIOS & ACCESSORIES (FY 06 5307, UZA: INDCCPS) (HR4818 FY 05 EARMARK) !Fund ENG R/W CON Total, Prior! 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009. 2009/2010 i 2010/2011 2011/2012. Total; FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 777 777 777 777 FTA 5309(c) BUS 486 486 486 486 AGENCY 135 135 135 135 TDA ARTICLE #4 4,237 4,237 4,237 4,237 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 871 871 871 871 RIV050548 Total 6,506 6,506 6,506 6,506 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:15:36 AM Page: 24 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands ProjectlD County •Air Basin RIV050547 Riverside •SSAB PURCHASE TRANSIT ENHANCEMENT BUS STOPS (FY 06 5307, UZA: INDCCPS) (TE) !Fund j ENG; R!W' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR STATE TRANSIT ASSIST RIV050547 Total Model • Conformity Category Amend Source EXEMPT 0 2006 Agency !SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY STOP AMENITIES (E.G. BENCHES, TRASH CONTAINERS, KIOSK LEXANS, LEXAN SCHEDULES, ETC.) FOR VARIOUS BUS CON! Total; 29 29 6 6- 35^ 35 Priori 2006/20071 2007/2008; 2008/20091 2009/2010; 2010/2011. 2011/2012j Total 29 29 6 6 35__._.. _. 35 ProjectlD_ !County !Air Basin ;RIV050548 !Riverside jSSAB I Model ;Pro_gram` ^'Route !Begin ;End_ )System !Conformity Category I Amend I Source_ IPAR17 1T !EXEMPT 0 _-1 2006 Agency !SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE - PURCHASE 9 REPLACEMENT, ALT-FUEL, 12-15 PASSENGER, PARATRANSIT DIAL -A -RIDE VANS WITH ACCESSORIES (FY 06 5307, UZA: INDCCPS) !Fund I ENG) RAN CON! Total; Prior! 2006/2007; 2007/20081 2008/20091 2009/20101 2010/2011! 2011/2012; FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR TDA ARTICLE #4 RIV050548 Total ProjectlD !County !Air Basin ;Model i RIV050549 !Riverside ISSAB IN COACHELLA VALLEY AREA FOR SUNLINE - �Fund 1_ ENG; R/W FTA 5311 NON-UZA AGENCY FARE REVENUE TDA ARTICLE #4 RIV CO SALES TAX, _ _ _ - _ _ RIV050549 Total 396 396 396 99.. 99..._. .. _._ _ .... 99 495 495 495 Total j 396 99 495 Program ' Route 'Begin i End j System , Conformity Category 1- Amend I Source ! BU000 I - IT EXEMPT _ 3 2006 I Agency 1 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY -I FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2006/07 CON1 Total! Prior; 2006/2007; 2007/2008 2008/2009; 2009/2010! 2010/2011 i 2011/2012; Total 415 415 415 415 250 250 250 3,022 3,022 3,022 9,359 9,359 9,359 4,504 4,504 4,504 1.7,550_ _17,550_ 17,550 250 3,022 9,359 4,504 17,550 ProjectlD !County Air Basin _Model RIV050550 ;Riverside jSSAB Program Route Begin !End !System ! Conformity Category Amend 1 Source 1 j BUR05 IT ! EXEMPT j 4 2006 •_ . —. __ _ —..._ _._r.__.__. _. .-.._4___�_. Agency i SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY AREA FOR SUNLINE - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 07 5307) (UZA: INDCCPS) ;Fund i ENG( FM: CON'; Total! Prior, 2006/2007 2007@008j 2008/2009} 2009/2010! FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,200 1,200 1,200 TDA_ARTICLE...... 301 _ . 301_ 301 RIV050550 Total 1,501 1.501 I ,501 ProjectlD !County !Air Basin ;Model !Program RIV050551 !Riverside ;SSAB 3UR17 2010/2011I 2011/2012 Total! 1,200 301 1.501 ;Route !Begin End System I Conformity Category Amend Source jI _ jT IEXEMPT 1_ 0 2006 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY ; IN COACHELLA VALLEY - PURCHASE 13 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL 40 FT (43 PASS) BUSES W/ LIFTS, BIKE RACKS, FARE BOXES, RADIOS & ACCESSORIES (FY 07 5307, UZA: INDCCPS) ;Fund_ FT-X 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,000 ENG! RNy! CON, Total, Prior! 2006/2007% 1,000 1,000 2007/2008, 20013/2009i 2009/2010; 2010/2011I 2011/20121 Total! 1,000. Program NCR 10 Route Begin End System T Print Dale: 4/16/2008 10:15:36 AM Page: 25 of 29 IProjectlD !County !Air Basin iiIV061148 Riverside ;SS AB SOUTHERN C.ALIFORNiA ASSOCIATION of GOVERRNIVIENTS TDA ARTICLE #4 RIV CO SALES TAX STATE TRANSIT_ ASSIST__ RIV050551 Total Pro'ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All 3,000 3,000 350 350 250 250 4.600 4.600 Transit 3,000 350 250 4,600 Cost in Thousands 3,000 350 250 4,600 ProjectlD County Air Basin IRIV050552 Riverside !SSAB Model Program PAR 17 ; Route Begin End System I Conformity Category , Amend Source I ' T I EXEMPT 1 0 i 2006 ' Agency 1SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE - PURCHASE 6 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL (12-15 PASS) PARATRANSIT DIAL -A -RIDE VANS W/ LIFTS, RADIOS, FAREBOXES, & ACCESSORIES (FY 07 5307, UZA: INDCCPS) Fund ENG! RNJj CON! Total; Prior; FTA 5307 UZA FORM ULAR 615 615 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST _ _ 123 123 _ RIV050552 Total 738 738 IProjectlD !County .:Air Basin !Model i IRIV060201 !Riverside— SSAB 2006/2007! 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010j 2010/2011I 2011/20121 Total] 615 123 738 615 123 738 !Program Route i TRR07 ' Begin !End I_System [Conformity Category ! Amend ! Source I A �T _]EXEMPT ! 0 ! 2006 Agency ! SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY AT SUNLINE'S EXISTING HYDROGEN INFRASTRUCTURE/FACILITY IN THOUSAND PALMS: UPGRADE & MODERNINZE HYDROGEN FUEL REFORMER (FY 05 Earmark: Clean Fuels Mall Infrastructure Expansion) ! Fund 1 ENG RAN I CON! Total FTA 5309(c) BUS 437 437 TDA ARTICLE#4............ ._ 110 110 RIV060i01 Toial 547 547 Model 1 - - --( - Prior' IProgra_m ' PAR l6 2006/2007; 20072008; 2008/2009! 2009/2010: 2010/2011I 2011/20121 Total! 437 437 110 110 547 547 ; Route Begin j End 'System !ronformity Category I Source EXEMPT I Amend 2006 j Agency ISUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY 1 IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY AREA - PURCHASE 1 REPLACEMENT MEDIUM BUS (APPROX 12 PASSENGER, GAS/DIESEL), MOBILE RADIO, & COMPUTER EOUIPMENT (FY 06/07 5310 CYCLE) FCund ; ENG! R/Wi COIL Total, _ 2006/20 Prior; - 071_-_ 200720081 2008/2009i 2009/2010 2010220112012 011? ; Total] FTA 5310 ELD AND DISABI 55 55 _ 55 55 AGENCY 7 7 7 7 RIV061148 Total 62 62 i ProjectlD !County !Air Basin I Model j ;RIV061151 !Riverside ;SSAB 1 62 62 ;Program !Route ;Begin !End !System 'Conformity Category ! Amend ! Source 1 !BUN94 !_ .. ._ 1T jEXEMPT --.. __1._. _4 ! 2006� Agency 1 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY AREA - PURCHASE10 REPLACEMENT ALT-FUEL BUSES (RANGES 30'-40', APPROX 30-43 PASS., CNG) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: INCCPS) (SAFETEA LU EARMARK #45, E-2006-BUSP-148) i__..- l Prior, :Fund ENG RNV_ CON!_Total . __-.--_ FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 2,000 2,000 FTA 5309(c) BUS 95 95 TDA ARTICLE #4 400 400 STATE TRANSIT ASSIST 1,601 1,601 RIV061151 Total 4,096 4,096 2006/2007 2007/2008 20082009'. 2009/2010 20102011 2011/2012Total 2,000 2,000 95 95 400 400 1,601 1,601 4,096 4,096 Print Daze: 4/16/2008 10:15:36 AM Page: 26 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNIVENTS Project Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIP with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit Cost in Thousands :ProjectlD 'County Air Basin Model IRIV061152 ,Riverside SS AB Program NCRIO Route 'Begin End System T Agency PURCHASE TRANSIT ENHANCE. BUS STOP AMENITIES (E.G. BENCHES, TRASH CONTAINERS, KIO VARIOUS STOPS (FY 07+08 5307) UZA: INCCPS) (TE) ]Fund ; ENG: RAN: CONi FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 177 TDA _ARTICLE _#4 _ . _ _ , . - . _ . - 250_ RIV061152 Total 427 Model ProjectlD ICouMy - !Air Basin R1V061153 "Riverside �SSAB Total 177 250 427 Prior 'Conformity Categoryj Amend i Source i EXEMPT 9 2006 SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY SK LEXANS & SCHEDULES, SHELTERS, SUPPLIES, ETC) FOR 2006/2007, 2007/2008; 2008/2009i, 2009/20102010/2011I 2011/2012 177 250 42 Total] 177 250 427 Program FTRR07 PURCHASE REPLACEMENT MAINTENANCE TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, & PARTS (E.G. MULTI -METERS, HAND TOOLS, ETC.) (FY 07 5307) (UZA: INCCPS) [Fund _ _ Y 1 ENG;_ R/Wj FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR� TDA ARTICLE #4 RIV061153 Total Route j Begin j End System !Conformity Category i Amend ;_ Source I_ _ ._._( _-- _IIT�-- -- -'EXEMPT i 4 I 2006 Agency ISUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY TORQUE WRENCHES, IMPACT SOCKETS, SERVICE JACKS, AIR & CON; Total; Priori 2006/2007; 2007/2008; 2008/2009; 2009/2010! 2010/2011; 2011/2012: To_talI - 116 116 116 116 84- - 84 - ... _ _ .. 84 - 84 200 200 200 200 R1V061D4 `Rverside ISSABsin •Model Route !Begin End System Conformity Category Amend .i Source 1 I ,T ;EXEMPT j 14 2006 4 Agency ; SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY I IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY FOR SUNLINE - FIXED ROUTE AND DIAL -A -RIDE OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2007/08 ]Fund - ENG FM' CON! Total Prior 2006/2007 2007/2008! 2008/2009; 2009/2010; 2010/2011 i 2011/20121 Total FTA 5311 NON-UZA 283 283 283 283 Program BU000 AGENCY 250 250 FARE REVENUE 3,370 3,370 TDA ARTICLE #4 10,276 10,276 RIV CO SALES TAX _ 4,129_ _ _ 4,129, RIV061154 Total 18,308 18,308 250 3,370 10,276 4,129 18.308 250 3,370 10,276 4,129 18,308 ;ProjectlD 1County !Air Basin 1Model � Begin !End ;System !Conformity Category ; Amend - I Source I IR1V061155 'Riverside ISSAB 1 ;T 'EXEMPT 1� 9 2006 j - --- - - - ---- - ......,- Agency ySUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY a IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY AREA FOR SUNLINE - CAPITALIZED PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE (FY 08 5307) (UZA: INCCPS) Tund ENG R/W CON' Total Prior 2006/2007: 2007/2008i 2008/2009 2009/2010' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 1,051 1,051 1,051 TDA ARTICLE #4 . _ . _ _ _ ....._ _ - _ 531, _ ... ,531_ _ _ _ 531 RIV061155 Total 1.582 1.582 1.582 Program , BUR05 Route f 2010/2011!...2011/2012; - _Total 1,051 531 1,582 ProjectlD (County jAir Basin ,Model i IRIV061157 Riverside SSAB Program NCR 10 Route !Begin jEnd (System !Conformity Category I Amend ; Source. TT 'EXEMPT — 10 i 2006 Agency ; SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY PURCHASE TRANSIT ENHANCE. BUS STOP AMENITIES (E.G. BENCHES, TRASH CONTAINERS, KIOSK LEXANS & SCHEDULES, SHELTERS, SUPPLIES, ETC.) FOR VARIOUS STOPS (FY 08 5307) (UZA: INDCCPS) (TE) Fund ENG R/W; CON Total Prior, 2006/2007, 2007/2008 2008/2009 2009/2010 2010/2011 2011/2012 FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 49 49 49 Total' 49 Print Date: 4/16/2008 10:15:36 AM Page: 27 of 29 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION ofGOVERNMENTS Pro-ect Listing Final Adopted 2006 RTIR with Approved Amendments 1-14 All Transit TDA ARTICLE #4 250 250 STATE TRANSIT -ASSIST 101 _ 101 RIV061157 Total 400 400 250 101 400 Cost in Thousands 250 101 400 ProjectlD County Air Basin Model Program Route ' Begin , End :System , Conformity Category Amend ' Source I jRIV061158 ;Riverside ;SSAB TRR07 - T EXEMPT • 4 ;- 2006 • A. Agency � SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY PURCHASE REPLACEMENT MAINTENANCE TOOLS, EQUIPMENT, & PARTS (E.G. MULTI -METERS, TORQUE WRENCHES, IMPACT SOCKETS, SERVICE JACKS, AIR & HAND TOOLS, ETC.) (FY 08 5307) Fund ENG - R/W: CON Total Prior{ 2006/20071 2007/20081 2008/20091 2009/2010! 2010/20111 2011/20121 Totalf FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 116 116 116 116 TDA ARTICLE #4 84 -__ 84_-.-, __. .. 84 --------......_. 84 • RIV061158 Total 200 200 200 200 i ProjectlD_ !County Air Basin Model iRoute 'Begin End ;System !Conformity Category Amend I Source I lRIV070708 -- 'Riverside jSSAB — - - - 10 2006 I Program - _ L' ------i-•------- ._.�_r �BUR17 I IT !EXEMPT Agency i SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY i IN COACHELLA VALLEY - PURCHASE 16 REPLACEMENT BUSES (ALT-FUEL 30-40 FT, 30-43 PASSENGER) W/ LIFTS, RACKS, FARE BOXES, RADIOS & ACCESSORIES (FY 08 5307) (UZA: INCCPS) (E-BUSP-0101) Fund ENGR/W: CON' FTA 5307 UZA FORMULAR 2,649 FTA 5309(c) BUS _STATE TRANSIT_ ASSIST_ RIV070708 Total 100 3,800 6.549 Total 2,649 100 3,800_ 6.549 Prior 2006/20071 2007/2008 2008/2009i 2,649 100 . 3,800 - 6.549 2009/20101 2010/20112011/2012i Total! 2,649 100 3,800 6.549 LProjectlD County Air Basin Model ' R1V070709 'Riverside SSAB IN COACHELLA VALLEY 'Fund TDA ARTICLE #4 RIV070709 Total Route ' Begin i End !System !Conformity Category i Amend 1 Source ! T EXEMPT ! 10 2006 Agency lAUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY ! - PURCHASE 4 EXPANSION BUSES (ALT-FUEL, 30-40 FT, 30-43 PASSENGER) W/ LIFTS, RACKS, FARE BOXES, RADIOS & ACCESSORIES ENG; RAN CON; Total! Prior 2006/20071 2007/2008 2008/2009 I 2009/20101 2010/2011j 2011/2012! Total! 1,600_ _ . 1,600- - 1,600 - 1,600 1.600 1.600 1.600 1.600 Program BUN94 ! ProJectlD !County `Air Basin RIV070711 !Riverside ISSAB IN COACHELLA VALLEY FOR BOXES, AND ACCESSORIES !Fund !Model ! Program Route !Begin ! End_ j System Conformity Category ! Amend i Source j PAN94 j 1 T 'EXEMPT j 10 y 2006 1 Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY j SUNLINE - PURCHASE 2 EXPANSION PARATRANSIT DAR BUSES (ALT-FUEL, APPROX 12 PASSENGER) WITH LIFTS, RADIOS, FARE ENG; R/W CON; TDA _ARTICLE#4 - . - ,- .. ._ . _ 176 RIV070711 Total 176 Total 176 176 Prior. 2006/2007; 2007/2008; - 176 176 2008/2009; 2009/2010; 2010/20111 2011/20121 Total; 176 176 • ProjectlD County .Air Basin Model RIV070712 Riverside SSAB Program VER03 ;Route ;Begin .End ;System Conformity Category 1 Amend ; Source ----.____iT;EXEMPT 10 ( 2006 a Agency SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY JOINT PARTNERSHIP W/ CALSTART/WESTSTART FOR FUEL CELL BUS RESEARCH & DEMONSTRATION PROJECT TO DEVELOP & OPERATE A ZERO EMISSION BUS (E-2006-BUSP-149 + E-2007-BUSP-0102) 'Fund ENG; Fi/Vy FTA 5309(c) BUS CON' Total' 391 391 Prior; 2006/2007 2007/2008 2008/2009, 2009/2010 201moil 1 2011/2012i Total 391 391 Print Date: 4/162008 10:15:36 AM Page: 2S of 29 6Z 3o 6Z ,o2Ed Wtl 9£:S 1,01800Z/91/17 ,MC1lurid '4L4'LL4 I 4 i 49L'OZL SOL'OZL ESE'4LZ ZSZ'ZZ 1,4L4'LL4 10£9'£44 'OZO'L 14Z8'ZE : !alai pusi5 ESL ESL ESL ESL Ie40l OZPZEAIH ISI 1ST ISI ISi 'ISISSV iISNVTLL 3.LV1S Z09 Z09 Z09 Z09 TIV'IIIIAI1I03 VZIl LO£S V.I3 lido! 1ZLOZ/LLOZ ILLOZ/OLOZ i0LOZ/600Z ;600Z/800Z 1800Z/LOOZ /LOOZ/900Z i/opd 'lelol ;NO3 jMlli jON3 i — puns- (S0/b0 ui 9 PUe 170/£0 u! 9) SO/b0 - 170/£00Z A3 ONINfIQ S3'IOIH3A .IISNVII.IViNd'I3f13 .LIV .IN3IAI3OV'Id32I Z1 3SVHO2IIld V32I17 A3TIVA VTI3HOVOO NI AON3'JV IISNVNI3NPINIIS' itoum6y 900Z , 0 I IdAlaX3 Z LITIVdEIVSS! aprsiamu. OZbZ£AITI' ' minus puawy ; luo6ale Apuuo uo walsA u ul6a elno wei6o� _.. .. _. _.-- 0 1 O, S P 3, 8, li d lapow ulse8 Ay: AlunoO Opoaload 68b 68b �$b lelol Z LLOLOA111 86 86 86 86 bit fl'IOIITIV VQ,L spuesnou uI IsoO 7lsueil IIV Sivawpuawy panoiddy ylmn OM 900Z P900Pli leU!d Wilsn loa oad SLN3INNMIA00 io NOLL11130SSW VINL103I7/0 N21241110s Date CMAQ Projected Obligations 4/18/2008 From the April 2008 Update p.emd, muN, r,., pn co�,tr,,, Agency RTIP ID Unoblig. Amount (0000 Oblig Phase Submit to LA Date CY 07 10/1/07 to 12/31/07 FFY 07/08 1/1/08 to 3/31/08 CY 2008 4/1/08 to 6/30/08 7/1/08 to 9/30/08 s. 10/1/08 to 12/31/08 FFY 1/1/09 to 3/31/09 08/09 4/1/09 t0 6/30/09 i ,';; 7/1/09 to 9/30/09 10/1/09 to 12/31/09 FFY 1/1/10 to 3/31/10 9/10 ' 4/1/10 to 6/30/10 7/1/10 to 9/30/10 Notes CVAG PM-10 Pro ects Caltrans 354801 Jct Rte 15 to Valley Way UC $ 1,500 Cons $ 1,500 . Cathedral City RN050509 Date Palm Windfences $ 115 COns 8/30/08 © $ 115 Cathedral City RN071245 N & S sides ov Vamer Rd. & E & W of Vamer Rd. - PM 10 Stabilization $ 129 Cons 7115/09 $ 129 Indio RN050503 Dr Carreon Blvd Lot Paving $ 215 Cons 42/07 $ 215 Project will not be built. Indio RN650504 Miles Ave Lot Paving $ 31 PE 42/07 $ 124 Project will not be built. $ 124 Cons Palm Desert RIV071256 Soil stabilization - two locations $ 301 Cons $ 301 Palm Springs RN070306 Road shoulder paving - San Lorenzo Rd., 140' W/O S. Camino Real to S. Hermosa Dr. $ 14 PE 411J07 © $ 161 - $14 Programmed in FFY 06/07 - PS&E $ 161 Cons Total PM-10 Projects: $ 1,090 Standard CMAQ Projects Caltrans 200626 SanBAG Inland Empire TMC in Fontana $ 6,000 Cons 12/07 Cathedral City RN071247 TS Synchronization along E. Palm Canyon $ 32 PS&E Cons 12/1/08 08/30ro9 $ 32 $ 192 $ 192 La Qulnta RN071268 Hwy 111 Signal Interconnect $ 13 PS&E Cons $ 13 $ 164 $ 164 Palm Desert RN031208 I-10/Monterey Ave IC Reconfiguration $ 1,566 Cons $ 1,566 Palm Desert RIV071243 Free Rt. Tum Ln - WB Fred Waring Dr. to NB Hwy 111 $ 44 PS&E $ 44 $ 111 $ 531 $ 111 R/W $ 531 Cons Palm Desert RN071248 Fred Waring Dr @San Pascual - TS Modifications $ 202 Cons $ 202 Palm Desert RN071248 Monterey Ave &Fred Waring Dr. ChannelizadOn Improvements $ 1,100 Cons Cons. Scheduled to start an 9/15/11; funds programmed for FY FY 10/11 Palm Desert RN071255 Mid Valley Bike Path $ 354 PS&E $ 354 Cons anticipated around June 2011 $ 2,646 Cons Palm Desert RN071257 Interconnect System $ 753 Cons $ 753 Palm Desert RN071262 Hwy 111 Improvements $ 620 Cons $ 620 Palm Springs RN071258 Traffic Management Center $ 1,644 Cons $ 1,644 Perris RN990709 4th St @ Redlands - New Signal $ 194 Cons 8/1/07 ®® $ 194 Project pending timing of IQ75/4th IC Riverside RIV990703 Jurupa Ave UC (Supplemental obligation) $ 317 Cons $ 317 Cons. Programmed for FFY 07/08 Riverside RIV0084 Van Buren Blvd IC $ 500 Cons 12/08 $ 500 Riverside County RIV990701 SR60Nalley Way IC $ 2,000 Cons 8/1/08 ED $ 2,000 Riverside County -EDA R0/071259 Mecca Community Roundabout $ 2,000 Cons $ 2,000 Riverside County RN071280 Ave. 66 & Harrison -TS Install, Intersection/channelization Imp $ 73 RAW $ 73 $1,007 $1,007 Cons RCTC RIV011211 Corona North Main Parking $15,000 Cons art 1/07 $15,000 $ 9,500 $15 M FTA transfer completed 0806/07 RCTC RIvo10212 SR 91 - Adams to 60/91/215 IC - Add HOV & Aux Lns, bridge wid. & rep. $ 35,000 Cons Funding programmed for cons in 10/11 RCTC 46360 SR 60 from RT 215 to Redlands Blvd $ 3,100 Cons $ 3,100 Funding programmed for cons in 10/11 RCTC RNM0555 I-215 & SR 60 Recons Jet (2 HOV's Direct Connector Lanes) $ 4,000 RAN $ 4,000 SunLine RN071283 Fred Waring Corridor Express $ 310 Cons $ 310 SunLine RNo7128a CNG buses for the Fred Waring Corridor Express $ 735 Cons $ 735 SunLine RN071265 Low Door CNG buses for the new svc routes from Mecca to Indio $ 1,102 Cons $ 1,102 SunLine RIV071288 New transfer/hub in Thousand Palms $ 664 Cons Funding programmed in FY 10f11 UCR CE-CERT RN061182 Intellishare System @ Downtown Riv Metrolink Sta - 2 designated parking s.aces $ 48 Cons $23,600 $ 1,226 $ 1,065 $ 25,891 ♦ Oct 1 07 to Jun 30 08 $ 317 $26,208 ♦ Total FY 07108 $ 11,532 $ 791 $ 354 S 2,865 S 15,542 Total FY 08/09 $ 1,677 $ 4,651 $ ( - $ 531 Remaining to Obligate: $84,612 $1! =5-:`E A00 9:i `1 $ 6,859 Total FY 09110 Page 1 of 1 Date 4/18/2008 Agency STPL Funded Projects RTIP ID STPL Projected Obligations April 2008 Update From the A h CY 2008 CY 2009 CY 2010 Notes ---- FFY 07/08 FFY 08/09 FFY 09/10 Project Unoblig. Amount Oblig submit to 10/1/07 to 1/1/08 to 4/1/08 to 7/1/08 to 10/1/08 to 1/1/09 to 4/1/09 to 7/1/09 to 10/1/09 to 1/1/10 to 4/1/10 to 7/1/10 to 000s Phase LA Date 12/31/07 3/31/08 6/30/08 9/30/08 12/31/08 3/31/09 6/30/09 9/30/09 12/31/09 3/31/10 6/30/10 9/30/10 Ramon Road Improvements $ 54 Cons 6/30/09 $ 54 Cathedral City RIV52001 Cathedral City RIV011212 Ramon Rd East Widening 4 to 6 $ 1,385 Cons ID $ 1,385 Indian Wells RIV52001 Cook St Pavement Rehab $ 84 Cons $ 84 4 Moreno Valley 32300 SR60/Nason St IC $ 1,646 Cons E> $ 1,646 Inc. $796 transfer from Perris wid. Moreno Valley RIV011210 Reche Vista/Cyn Realignment $ 1,967 Cons 4/12/09 $ 1,967 Norco RIV52000 Signal - Parkridge/Lincoln/First $ 75 Cons Funds de -obligated due to inactivity Palm Desert RIV031209 Construct Portola IC $ 1,275 Cons 1 ID Project C/O to FY 10/11 Palm Springs RIV010213 Gene Autry Tr RR Bridge 2 to 6 Lns $ 4,038 Cons 10/1/08 $ 4,038 CI I Palm Springs RIV990727 Indian Canyon - UPRR to Garnet $ 146 Cons 5/18/09 $ 146 Palm Springs RIV011203 Indian Canyon - UPRR to Tramview $ 1,936 Cons 11/6/08 $ 1,936 Perris RIV011205 Perris Blvd Widening 2 to 6 $ 2,388 Cons 6/1/10 $ 2,388 Riverside RIV0084 Van Buren St IC $ 1,681 R/W 12/1/08 $ 1,681 RCTC RIV520109 San Jacinto/Perris Valley Rail $ 500 PS&E 12/8/08 $ 500 RCTC RIV050555 1-215 E. Junction $ 3,542 R/W 4/1/08 $ 3,542 Riv County RIV031226 De Frain Blvd Rehab $ 810 Cons 1/15/10 D. $ 810 Riv County 46460 SR79 Widen Hunter-Domenigoni $ 20,407 Cons 3/15/09 $ 10,407 $ 10,000 Total STPL is $20,407 Temecula RIV031216 Pav Rehab - Rancho California Rd $ 2,958 Cons ID $ 2,958 RIV031223 2005 STPL Rehab Lump Sum Calimesa RIV031223 Rehab Ave L and Calimesa Blvd $ 67 Cons $ 67 No response from local agency Cathedral City RIV031223 Rehab Perez Rd $ 404 Cons /0/1/08 $ 404 Hemet RIV031223 Rehab State St & Devonshire $ 511 Cons $ 511 Lake Elsinore RIV031223 Rehab Central Ave/SR74 $ 311 Cons $ 311 Moreno Valley RIV031223 Rehab Heacock St (Gentian to Poppystone) $ 1,375 Cons 5/25/07 $ 1,375 Funding obligated 09/15/07 (STPL- 5441(043) Norco RIV031223 Rehab Second St $ 213 Cons $ 213 Riverside RIV031223 Rehab - Hole Ave from Wells to Magnolia $ 791 Cons 3/3/08 $ 791 Riverside RIV031223 Rehab Orange Terrace Pkwy $ 603 Cons 4/1/07 Obligated in 06/07 Riv County RIV031223 Rehab Etiwanda Ave $ 1,469 Cons 6/10/08 ID $ 1,469 Riv County RIV031223 Rehab 2 Mid County Roads $ 2,569 Cons $ 2,569 Funding obligated 08/01/07 - STPL- 5956(168) & (169) San Jacinto RIV031223 Ramona Exp Rehab - State to LPD $ 331 Cons 5/12/08 $ 331 Includes the $51 from Canyon Lake Temecula RIV031223 Rehab De Portola Rd $ 417 Cons $ 417 Remaining to Obligate: $ 53,953 $ 4,255 $ 791 $ 7,512 $ 1,800 $ 6,107 $ 4,117 $ 10,407 $ 2,167 $ - $ 810 $ 10,000 $ 4,034 $ 12,558 10/1/07 to 6/30/08 $ 14,358 Total FY 07/08 $ 20,631 10/1/08 to 6/30/08 $ 22,798 Total FY 08/09 $ 10,810 10/1/09 to 6/30/09 $ 14,844 Total FY 09/10 Date TE Projected Obligations 4/18/2008 From the April 2008 Update ' RCT, Riverside County Tronsporiolian Commission Notes Agency RTIP ID Project Unoblig. Amount (000s) Oblig Phase Year Est. Submit to RCTC/ Dist CTC Alloc. Apprv. CY 07 10/1/07 to 12/31/07 FFY 1/1/08 to 3/31/08 CY 07/08 4/1/08 to 6/30/08 2008 7/1/08 to 9/30/08 10/1/08 to 12/31/08 FFY 1/1/09 to 3/31/09 CY 08/09 4/1/09 to 6/30/09 2009 7/1/09 to 9/30/09 10/1/09 to 12/31/09 FFY 1/1/10 to 3/31/10 CY 2010 09/10 4/1/10 to 6/30/10 j 7/1/10 to 9/30/10 Beaumont RIV041047 Historic San Timoteo Cyn Bike and Pedestrian Facilities Project $ 1,416 Cons 11/5/07 2/13/08 $ 1,416 Cathedral City RIV041047 Cathedral Canyon Dr/Terrace Bikeway and Pedestrian Facilities $ 445 Cons 08/09 o8l08108 9/1/08 $ 445 Cathedral City RIV041047 Ramon Rd Improvements $ 312 Cons 07/08 6/30/09 $ 312 Corona RIV041047 East 6th St Enhancements $ 1,416 Cons 07/08 07/25/07 09/24/08 $ 1,416 Corona RIV041047 Magnolia Avenue Enhancements $ 1,416 Cons 09/10 10/15/09 1/15/10 $ 1,416 Hemet RIV041047 State St Multi -Use Bicycle and Pedestrian Path $ 520 Cons 06/07 09/04l07 11/12/08 $ 520 Indio RIV041047 Highway 111 Enhancement Project $ 1,416 Cons 07/08 01/07/08 03/12/08 $ 1,416 Moreno Valley RIV041047 Sunnymead Blvd Median Beautification Enhancement Project $ 1,416 Cons 07/08 11/18/07 02/13/08 $ 1,416 Norco RIV041047 Santa Ana River Tr - Missing Link $ 431 Cons ??? Palm Desert RIV041047 Monterey Ave/I 10 On/Off Ramps Landscaping Project $ 378 Cons 08/09 xp x> I $ 378 Palm Desert RIV041047 Monterey Ave/Dinah Shore Dr Landscaping Project $ 567 Cons 07/08 08/29/08 11/12/08 $ 567 Palm Springs RIV041047 Gene Autry Tr Gateway Landscaping Improvements $ 1,375 Cons 08/09 xp x> $ 1,375 Perris RIV041047 Perris Gateway Project $ 429 Cons 08/09 06/25/08 $ 429 RCTC RIV041047 Perris Valley Line Greenway Corridor $ 1,113 Cons 08/09 Jan 09 March 09 $ 1,113 Riverside RIV041047 Alessandro Blvd Median Construction Landscaping Project $ 944 Cons 07/08 9/1/08 11/12/08 $ 944 Riverside County RIV041047 Santa Ana River Bike Trail - Hidden Valley Wildlife Segment $ 1,416 Cons 09/10 Nov. 09 Jan. 10 $ 1416 , Yr of fund avail doesn't work w/other county deadlines for project - co exploring other sect of SART to replace this p segment. RTA RIV041047 Perris Multi -Modal Transit Center $ 1,352 Cons 07/08 Dec. 07 03/12/08 $ 1,352 San Jacinto RIV041047 Francisco Estudillo Heritage Park Transportation Enhancement $ 472 Cons 08/09 DID $ 472 Temecula RIV041047 Winchester Rd SR79 North Corridor Remaining to Obligate: $ 1,133 $17,967 Cons 09/10 03/12/08 IDS $ 1,133 $ 1,416 $ 2,832 $ 741 $ 1,824 $ 6,813 ♦ ' Total FY 07/08' $ 5,267 $ 1,113 $ - $ 6,380 Oct 1 08 to Jun 30 08 $ 1,511 $ - $ 7,891 Total FY 08/09 $ 2,832 $ - $ - $ 4,989 ♦ Oct 1 07 to Jun 30 08 $ 2,832 Total FY 09/10 Page 1 of 1 AGENDA ITEM 11 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11. • • AGENDA ITEM 12 • RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: April 21, 2008 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Program Manager SUBJECT: Project Milestone Reports STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and File. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: This item serves as a reminder to agencies that have not submitted their Project Milestone Reports. As of April 16, 2008, we have not received project milestone reports from the following local agencies: • Indio • Hemet • Norco • Calimesa • Lake Elsinore • Palm Desert (partial submittal) We need this information so that we can provide Ca!trans Headquarters and District 8 with a list of projects that are planned for obligation for the remaining of the federal fiscal year. This list of projects, also known as the Obligational Authority (OA) Delivery Report, was due April 1, 2008. If we will not be delivering/obligating the balance of federal funds by September 2008, there is a possibility that the funds could lapse. However, once we receive all of the project milestone reports and can determine if and what the balance will be, we can "loan" OA to another region. This loan would be documented in an agreement, which will identify the year of repayment. Therefore, we need the project milestone reports returned as soon as possible so that staff can determine and negotiate a loan with another region. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION -• . FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION CALIFORNIA DIVISION '' 650 Capitol Mall, Suite 4-100 Sacramento, CA. 95814 April 7, 2008 Mr. Will Kempton, Director California Department of Transportation 1120 N Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Attention: Federal Resources Office, Room 3500 For Mrs Muhaned Aljabiry, Chief Dear Mr. Kempton: SUBJECT: FHWA Revised Guidance Regarding Changes to the CMAQ This letter transmits Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) revised guidance regarding changes to the Congestion Management and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) brought about by the Energy Independence and Security Act signed in December 2007 (Energy Act). This guidance replaces some of the FHWA Questions and Answers distributed on February 28, 2008, while the remaining Questions and Answers retrain unchanged As you may recall, the Energy Act made adjustments to the Federal share for CMAQ projects obligated in ' fiscal years 2008 and 2009. The FHWA guidance on the minimum Federal CMAQ share has chapged substantially. The FHWA has conducted an assessment of the provisions in 23 U.S.C. 120 that govern the States' flexibility in choosing Federal share for CMAQ projects. The FHWA has concluded that the provisions of 23 U.S.C. 120(i), which allows States to increase the non -Federal share, are not in conflict with 23 U.S.C. 120(c)(2), the new provision added by the Energy Act. Because Congress did not include specific language to override existing Section 120(i), States retain the flexibility provided by that section to contribute an amount in excess of the non -Federal share of a project under Title 23 so as to decrease the Federal share payable. Consequently, CMAQ projects in the planning or implementation stages that are programmed for less than the standard 80 percent Federal share can move forward. If you have questions regarding this revised guidance, please contact Aimee Kratovil, FHWA Air Quality Specialist at (916) 498-5866 or email airnee.loatovil@fhwa.dot.gov. Sincerely, is/ Luxenberg For Gene K. Fong Division Administrator Enclosures: FHWA Revised CMAQ Federal Share Guidance — Questions & Answers MOVING THE AMERICAN ECONOMY ocument #51.633) MOVING THE AMERICAN ECONOMY Act Provisions: CMAQ Federal Share Questions & Answers ' Does the Energy Act require speck Federal shares for CMAQ projects?No. The Act provides that, in FY 2008 (as of December 20 2007) and FY 2009, the Federal share payable for CMAQ obligations may be up to 100 percent at the discretion of the State. However, States retain the flexibility to increase the non -Federal share, as provided in 23 U.S.C. § 120(i). - 2. Does the Energy Act provision create a minimum Federal share or "true floor" of 80 percent for . CMAQ projects? No. The Office of Chief Counsel analyzed the provisions in 23 U.S.C. § 120 and determined that 23 U.S.C. § 120(i), which gives States the flexibility to increase the State share in a ;; Federal aid project, applies to the CMAQ provision in 23 U.S.C. § 120(c)(2). Consequently, there is no absolute minimum of 80 percent Federal share. For example, public -private partnerships that had been planned for a 50-50 split can move forward for programming in plans and TLPs. 3. Does the increased Federal share provision apply to funds apportioned in years prior to FY 2008? Yes. The provision applies to CMAQ funds obligated in FY 08 and FY 09, regardless of the year of apportionment. 4. Do States need to apply a uniform share statewide? No. The provision can be applied differently for each project under obligation. 5. For States that make use, of Advance Construction (AC), does the increased Federal share provision apply to AC? An AC authorization is not an obligation of Federal funds. When adequate obligation authority is available and the State seeks reimbursement for AC -projects, any obligation of CMAQ fund occurring in FY 2008 or FY 2009 can reflect the amended provision for 100 percent CMAQ share. 6..Will the CMAQ Federal share provision. continue after 2009? The provision is specific to funds obligated in FY 2008 and FY 2009. We are unable to predict whether it will be incorporated into the next reauthorization or any extension acts. MOVING THE AMERICAN ECONOMY