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06 June 12, 2000 RCTC SANBAG Joint Meeting88026 JOINT MEETING RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION (RCTC) AND SAN BERNARDINO ASSOCIATED GOVERNMENTS (SANBAG) AGENDA June 12, 2000 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Loma Linda University Medical Center Wong Kerlee Conference Center, Chan Shun Pavilion 11175 Campus Street, Loma Linda (See map attached) 1. Welcome and Introductions Supervisor Tom Mullen, Chairman, Riverside County Transportation Commission Councilman Robert Christman, President, San Bernardino Associated Governments 2. Riverside County Community and Environmental Transportation Acceptability Process (CETAP) Moderator: Eric Haley, RCTC Executive Director RCTC, in coordination with the County of Riverside, is completing the CETAP process, which identifies major intra- and inter -county corridors in western Riverside for future development, including potential corridors connecting to San Bernardino County. Final selection of the high priority corridors for further study is scheduled for RCTC action on June 14, 2000. Discussion will focus on proposed corridors, strategies for future action, and consideration of bi-county corridors. 3. Goods Movement in the Inland Empire Moderator: Norm King, SANBAG Executive Director Forecasts related to the movement of goods through the Inland Empire indicate a need for strategic approaches to accommodate facility improvements. Increases in truck, rail and aviation activities bring economic development opportunities, as well as challenges related to funding of improvements. A presentation on goods movement issues will set the stage for discussion of strategies for addressing goods movement challenges confronting the Inland Empire. 4. Transportation Financing in the State of California Moderators: David Shepherd, RCTC/SANBAG Director of Legislative Affairs D. J. Smith, RCTC/SANBAG Legislative Advocate Transportation financing in our State is widely recognized as a priority. Unfortunately, there is little consensus, as of yet on specifically how increased funding for needed improvements will be achieved. RCTC and SANBAG legislative staff will provide a report on the most recent proposals and consequential impacts upon the Inland Empire. Highway improvements, local maintenance, and extension of local sales tax measures will be examined in the context of the most recent proposals. 5. Adjournment 11.36.00