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11 November 16, 2009 Technical Advisory Committee88269 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* *Actions may be taken on any item listed on the agenda. TIME: 10:00 A.M. DATE: November 16, 2009 LOCATION: Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3rd Floor In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and government Code Section 54954.2, if you need special assistance to participate in a Committee meeting, please contact Riverside County Transportation Commission at (951) 787-7141. Notification of at least 48 hours prior to meeting time will assist staff in assuring that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility at the meeting. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS (This is for comments on items not listed on agenda. Comments relating to an item on the agenda will be taken when the item is before the Committee.) 5. CMP PRESENTATION (Verbal Presentation) 6. ARRA SAVINGS PLAN (Verbal Presentation) 7. Riverside County CMAQ Reprogramming (Attachment) 8. RTP/FTIP Update (Verbal Presentation) 9. Proposition 1B LONP GUIDELINES (Attachment) 11.36.02 Technical Advisory Committee Meeting November 16, 2009 , Page 2 10. STIP FY 2009/10 ALLOCATION PLAN AND 2010 STIP FUND ESTIMATE (Attachment) 11. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE (Verbal Presentation) 12. COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS (Verbal Presentation) 13. OTHER BUSINESS 14. ADJOURNMENT (The next meeting will be December 21, 2009, 10:00 A.M., in Beaumont.) .f TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, October 191 2009 1. Call to Order The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order at 10:00 A.M., at Beaumont City Hall, Conference Room #2, 550 East Sixth Street, Beaumont, CA 92223. 2. Self -Introductions Members Present: Others Present: Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Greg Butler, City of Temecula Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert John Garcia, City of Palm Desert Mike Gow, City of Hemet Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Jonathan Hoy, City of Desert Hot Springs Tim Jonasson, City of La Quinta Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley Robert Morin, City of Corona Kahono Oei, City of Banning Kishen Prathivadi, City of Beaumont Tom Rafferty, City of Indio Patty Romo, County of Riverside Mike Shoberg, CVAG Mark Stanley, RTA Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta Sean Yeung, Ca!trans District 8 Carlos Zamano, City of Calimesa Grace Alvarez, RCTC Dug Begley, Press Enterprise Fina Clemente, RCTC Ernie Figueroa, Parsons Shirley Gooding, RCTC Kevin Hughes, City of Beaumont Dick Kopecky, City of Indian Wells Anne Mayer, RCTC Shirley Medina, RCTC Jim Mitsch, Willdan Anne Schneider, Willdan Alex Serena, WRCOG Chris Sunde, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, San Jacinto Andrea Zureick, RCTC Technical Advisory Committee Meeting October 19, 2009 Page 2 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES M/S/C (Harry/Butler) to approve the minutes of September 21, 2009. 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5. DRAFT 2009 CMP UPDATE Shirley Medina, RCTC, provided a one page outline of the Riverside Congestion Management Program and briefly described the 10 chapters. She stated that she will send out the draft CMP soon. A presentation by RCTC's consultant will be made at the November TAC meeting to review the level of service analysis. 6. FY 2009/10 STIP ALLOCATION PLAN Ms. Medina provided a staff report and stated that the CTC has not been able to allocate funds because of the state budget impact on STIP allocations. CTC staff worked with the regions to review priorities and develop an allocation plan that focuses on the regional priorities, which are planning, programming and monitoring funds, capital expansion and operations. There is about $722 million of allocation needs and the allocation capacity is $652 million. Anne Mayer, RCTC, said that the projects approved in the CTC allocation plan are just on the state highway system and the funding is on a first come, first served basis. Shirley Medina advised the TAC that the 2010 STIP submittals are due from the regions to the CTC in February 2010. Ms. Mayer also stated that last week's bond sale did not go as well as planned. Transportation got only $313 million out of $4.2 billion of bonds sold. That allows enough funding to maintain current commitments only through the end of this fiscal year; it does not provide new allocation capacity. 7. ARRA UPDATE Andrea Zureick, RCTC, reported that we have obligated six of the seven ARRA projects and construction should be starting in the next three months. Over the past month, three interchanges have come in 400/0-500/0 below estimate; therefore, if there are savings, that will be discussed before December 2009. i Technical Advisory Committee Meeting October 19, 2009 Page 3 8. FEDERAL RESCISSION Shirley Medina stated that at last month's TAC meeting, RCTC indicated that a federal rescission would occur and it was hoped that a repeal would take place before the rescission but that did not happen. The rescission limits RCTC's ability to try to capture additional funds than what the Commission would normally receive. RCTC will get the obligation authority and the apportionment funding at the anticipated level for FY 2009/10. 9. 2011 FTIP UPDATE Andrea Zureick reminded the local agencies that the deadline for submitting project information for existing and new FTIP projects to RCTC is October 19th. She pointed out that she will send notices that quarterly milestone reports will be due October 30. 10. RTP/RTIP AMENDMENT STATUS Grace Alvarez, RCTC, stated that there is not much to report since the September 21 TAC meeting when 3 amendments were pending approval. On October 8, one amendment (No. 20) received approval, leaving Amendment No. 23 and 24 pending approval. It is anticipated that Amendment No. 23 will be approved later this week or early next week. Amendment No. 24 will likely be approved in early 2010. 11. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION ANALYSIS MODEL (RIVTAM) MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) Patty Romo, County of Riverside, reported that based on the September 2009 TAC meeting, she added an Executive Summary as an attachment to the MOU per comments received and is now looking for support from the TAC for the RIVTAM MOU. M/S/C (Bayne/Boyd) to support the RivTAM MOU. 12. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Sean Yeung, Caltrans Local Assistance, reported that Local Assistance reorganization was recently completed. He further reported that the FHWA is looking at safety projects such as HSIP, SRTS, and HR3 with great scrutiny on the obligation of projects in the year programmed. One item that FHWA brought to the attention of Local Assistance is the obligation rate statewide. Obligation has been below 50% for cycle 1 and 10% for cycle 2, recently approved. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting October 19, 2009 Page 4 New information is available on the Local Assistance website. He stated that Local Assistance is redoing the way they issue federal project numbers and that they are streamlining the process in the near future. If there is any further information they get from the FHWA, he will share it at the next TAC meeting. In response to Ms. Mayer's question regarding when the federal project number assignment responsibility gets shifted, Mr. Yeung stated that the responsibility has already been shifted to District 8 local assistance and that District 8 is working on creating the structure within the department. 13. COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS Anne Mayer, RCTC, conveyed that the actions the Commission took last week, which were adjustments on some projects, are now at the point where we don't have any more money in the TUMF program in Western Riverside County. Several of the zones are also short on cash. In addition, there was an item on the agenda for the project and construction management contract for the State Route 91 corridor improvement project. The project extends the toll lanes from Orange County into Riverside County. The environmental process is half way through and the design build procurement document needs to be prepared. Parsons Transportation Group was hired to start the work in two phases — the first phase takes us to a design build contract award. The second phase, which will have to be negotiated, will take us to the end of construction, including design review, inspection, quality assurance, materials, testing, etc. The contract is over $40 million. She further stated that the next Commission meeting was moved to November 12 in Palm Springs since the normal Commission meeting day was November 11, a holiday for RCTC (Veterans Day). A Western Riverside County ad hoc committee has been appointed that will meet on October 26 to look at the ten-year highway project delivery plan. 14. OTHER BUSINESS Ms. Medina submitted projects to Caltrans that were not on the Draft 3-year Project Initiation Document (PID) plan originally prepared by Caltrans. Ms. Mayer stressed that the input of the local agencies is very important. The reason this effort was started is because last year in the budget process, the legislative analyst office recommended that Caltrans planning be cut significantly in the area of project study reports. This information is very important because it will be used by the Department of Finance to help plan Caltrans' budget for next year in the area of planning and PSRs. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting October 19, 2009 Page 5 15. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:08 A.M. Respectfully submitted, Shirley Medina Programming and Planning Manager RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 16, 2009 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: Congestion Management Program Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file report on the Congestion Management Program (CMP) update. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As reported at last month's TAC meeting, the Commission is in the process of updating the CMP. The CMP is updated every two years and was originally scheduled for approval at the December 2009 Commission meeting. However, in order to review recent federal planning certification requirements that are required of Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO), including transportation commissions within the MPO region, staff has decided to delay the adoption of the CMP to February 2010. This will allow additional time for staff to work with the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) in reviewing our draft CMP document with federal Congestion Management System requirements and make any changes, if necessary. On October 27, 2009 a draft CMP update was sent to the TAC for review and comment. Comments on the document can continue to be made over the next couple of months. Chapter 7 — Transportation Demand Management (TDM)/Air Quality, is currently being updated to incorporate SB 375 requirements and implementation efforts to date. This chapter will be provided to the TAC beginning of December. At today's meeting, a presentation will be given by our CMP consultant, VRPA Technologies, regarding the level of service analysis conducted for this update. 6th St. Van Buren Av Mi ton Iltv f Limonite Ave Tcmescal Canyon Rd Lake Shore Drive Crestmore Ave Oran a St I Pigeon Pass Rd He Perri St Penis Boa Allesandm Blvd Van Huron Blvd Oleander Ave ,1566 Gunn on St Grand Ave 1,212 Beater Rd Clinton Keith Rd Ramona Expressway Nuevo Rd D St Murriena Hot Springs Rd 5,150 �+ 2,020 74 p Elba nao Rd California Ave 2,172 939 Sanderson Ave 1,5 Simpson A Beaton Murrictta H SprMas Rd 7,070 8 686 LV 9,292 Ramona Expressway 6 -1.y on Ave Ranuho California Rd 1,010 28 8 San Jacinto Ave. /Main SL enlo Ave 10,605 San Gorgonio Ave Mountain Ave 17¢mct St 1,212 Wilson Valley Rd Sage Rd 394 04 Marion Ridge Jh 15 To SRill Anna, Contreras Rd© 737 616 727 2009 - Level of Service on CMP System in Western Riverside Legend ® LOS A. B, C, D, E, or F designation for segments based on 2007 CMP Data am Not Deficient Per Floating Car Runs Mil Deficient Per Floating Car Runs XXX Peak Hour Volume (Both Directions) based on 2007 CMP Data, County of Riverside 2009 Traffic Counts. CVAG Monitoring Report, and Caltrans District 8 2008 Peak Hour Traffic Counts. OW. 'r1x•h nc. 7,777 Palm Canyon 2,828 %ism Chino R v Gana Awry Trail ♦.I\` r 4 I1 3,756 Conroy 2,475 Nomcslead Rd Ponola Avewe r Racquet Club D+ 1,263 C� 475 © Avenue 56 195 661h Avenue 2009 - Level of Service on CMP System in Coachella Valley Lecend ® LOS A, B, C, D, E, or F designation for segments based on 2007 CMP Data MEM Not Deficient Per Floating Car Runs XXX Peak Hour Volume (Both Directions) based on 2007 CMP Data, County of Riverside 2009 Traffic Counts, CVAG Monitoring Report, and Cattrans District 8 2008 Peak Hour Traffic Counts. MEI Deficient Per Floating Car Runs 8,888 i 2,138 i 2 218 Limonite i i 8,585 2,035 �- Riverside `f City Limit t Arlin on 3,875 Cy Ave 4147\ e• 1,815 1,898 Ri rview U 3,88 emlwyn sq. 2,4687 i T �rt• O 2,66,8,6 �s. 3,805 �U 3,481 2,766 1,589 Moekingbnd Canyon Rd Np \ \e�ty `\ ) Mamie Ave Chicago Ave 3,019 Van Washingloe sr 9� TRUISM Ra 3 59 W63,1 Teeehrem Rd ,272 s NOT yU SCALE 2009 - Level of Service on CMP System in North Western Riverside Legend ►,4 LOS A, B, C, D, E, or F designation for segments based on 2007 CMP Data XXX Peak Hour Volume (Both Directions) based on 2007 CMP Data, County of Riverside 2009 Traffic Counts, CVAG Monitoring Report, and Callrans District 8 2008 Peak Hour Traffic Counts. _ Not Deficient Per Floating Car Runs MN Deficient Per Floating Car Runs Yltl? •r 'I14.4nnk.g16 1 Roadway Roadway Classification Length Segment Direction Peak Hour Speed 070709 Floating Car Count LOS 1-15 Freeway 0 SR-79SNB Ramp NB AM 1-15 Freeway 7860 Rancho California Rd NB AM 68.7 C 1-15 Freeway 16946 Winchester Rd NB AM 69.7 C 1-15 Freeway 14044 1-21511-15 split NB AM 70.3 C 1-15 Freeway 10208 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd NB AM 69.4 C 1.15 Freeway 4086 California OakslKalmia St NB AM 70.1 C 1-15 Freeway 7373 Clinton Kieth Rd NB AM 69.8 C 1-15 Freeway 6021 Baxter Rd NB AM 70.0 C 1-15 Freeway 8631 Bundy Canyon Rd NB AM 69.8 C 1-15 Freeway 4628 Railroad Canyon/Diamond Dr NB AM 70.0 C 1-15 Freeway 5420 Main St NB AM 69.2 C 1-15 Freeway 6086 Central Ave NB AM 69.7 C 1-15 Freeway 12579 Nichols Rd NB AM 70.2 C 1-15 Freeway 15029 Lake St NB AM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 19641 Indian Truck Trail NB AM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 14926 Temescal Canyon Rd NB AM 68.2 C 1-15 Freeway 8316 Welrick Rd NB AM 43.0 1-15 Freeway 6821 CajalcoRd NB AM 40.0 1-15 Freeway9373 El Cerrito Rd NB AM 62.2 , it { ant ii(il ii' 1-15 Freeway 14997 Ontario Rd NB AM 63.4 D 1-15 Freeway 6603 Magnolia Ave NB AM 54.8 E 1-15 Freeway 7639 SR-91 NB AM 43.0 1-15 Freeway 15959 Hidden Valley Pkwy NB AM 68.8 C I-15 Freeway 5921 2nd St NB AM 49.1 1.15 Freeway 3999 6th St NB AM 64.0 D 1-15 Freeway 11042 Limonite Ave NB AM 66.8 D 1-15 Freeway 8686 SR-60 NB AM 62.8 D 1-15 Freeway 6294 Jurupa St off ramp NB AM 26.9 1-15 Freeway 0 Jalapa Si off ramp SB AM 1.15 Freeway 7660 SR-60 SB AM 65.0 E 1-15 Freeway 16946 Limonite Ave SB AM 69.4 C 1-15 Freeway 14044 6th St SB AM 69.7 C 1-15 Freeway 10208 2nd St SB AM 69.5 C 1-15 Freeway 4086 Hidden Valley Pkwy SB AM 70.3 B 1-15 Freeway 7373 SR-91 SB AM 69.3 C 1-15 Freeway 6021 Magnolia Ave SB AM 70.1 B 1-15 Freeway 8631 Ontario Rd SB AM 69.6 C _ 1-15 Freeway 4628 El Cerrito Rd SB AM 69.8 C 1-15 Freeway 5420 Cajalco Rd SB AM 69.7 C 1-15 Freeway 6086 Weirick Rd SB AM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 12579 Temescal Canyon Rd SB AM 70.1 B 1-15 Freeway 15029 Indian Truck Trail SB AM 69.9 C 1-15 Freeway 19641 Lake St SB AM 70.2 B 1-15 Freeway 14926 Nichols Rd SB AM 69.9 C 1-15 Freeway 8316 Central Ave SB AM 70.1 B 1-15 Freeway 6821 Main St SB AM 70.4 B Roadway Roadway Classification Length Segment Direction Peak Hour Speed 070709 Floating Car Count LOS 1-15 Freeway 9373 Railroad Canyon/Diamond Dr SB AM 69.8 C 1-15 Freeway 14997 Bundy Canyon Rd SB AM 70.1 B 1-15 Freeway 6603 Baxter Rd SB AM 70.5 B 1-15 Freeway 7639 Clinton Kieth Rd SB AM 70.1 B 1-15 Freeway 15959 California OakslKalmia St SB AM 69.9 C 1-15 Freeway 5921 Murdeta Hot Springs Rd SB AM 70.5 B 1-15 Freeway 3999 I-215/1-15 split SB AM 70.0 B 1-15 Freeway 11042 Winchester Rd SB AM 69.7 C 1-15 Freeway 8666 Rancho California Rd SB AM 65.6 D 1.15 Freeway 6294 SR-19S SB Ramp SB AM 54.7 D 1-15 Freeway 0 SR-79S NB Ramp NB PM 1-15 Freeway 7060 Rancho California Rd NB PM 65.4 D 1-15 Freeway 8672 Winchester Rd NB PM 59.1 E 1-15 Freeway 11266 I-215/1-15split NB PM 58.5 E 1-15 Freeway 3709 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd NB PM 69.8 C 1-15 Freeway 6034 California OakslKalmia St NB PM 68.5 C 1-15 Freeway 15984 Clinton Kieth Rd NB PM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 7528 Baxter Rd NB PM 69.5 C 1-15 Freeway 6486 Bundy Canyon Rd NB PM 69.5 C 1-15 Freeway 15204 Railroad Canyon/Diamond Dr NB PM 69.3 C 1-15 Freeway 9384 Main St NB PM 69.2 C 1-15 Freeway 6834 Central Ave NB PM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 8202 Nichols Rd NB PM 69.5 C 1-15 Freeway 15043 Lake St NB PM 69.5 C 1-15 Freeway 19516 Indian Truck Trail NB PM 69.4 C 1-15 Freeway 15031 7emescal Canyon Rd NB PM 69.7 C 1-15 Freeway 12587 Weirick Rd NB PM 69.1 C 1-15 Freeway 6076 Cajalco Rd NB PM 68.2 C I-15 Freeway 5396 El Cerrito Rd NB PM 65.0 D 1-15 Freeway 4560 Ontario Rd NB PM 69.2 C 1-15 Freeway 8686 Magnolia Ave NB PM 68.3 C 1-15 Freeway 6017 SR-91 NB PM 67.5 D 1-15 Freeway 7338 Hidden Valley Pkwy NB PM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 4073 2nd St NB PM 69.5 C 1-15 Freeway 10276 6th St NB PM 69.6 C 1.15 Freeway 14006 Limonite Ave NB PM 69.4 C I-15 Freeway 16841 SR-60 NB PM 67.5 D 1-15 Freeway 8348 Jurupa St off ramp NB HM 51.5 E 1-15 Freeway 0 Jurupa St off ramp SB PM 1-15 Freeway 7860 SR-60 SB PM 49.6 (Ilprv'F�rtf ll�II�F 1-15 Freeway 16946 Limonite Ave SB PM 67.3 D 1-15 Freeway 14044 6th SI SB PM 52.6 E 1-15 Freeway 10208 2nd St SB PM 51.2 =t, �y i`J'Giifir 1-15 Freeway 4086 Hidden Valley Pkwy SB PM 67.1 D 1-15 Freeway 7373 SR-91 SB PM 67.5 D 1-15 Freeway 6021 Magnolia Ave SB PM 68.3 C Roadway Roadway Classification Length Segment Direction Peak Hour Speed 070709 Floating Car Count LOS 1-15 Freeway 8631 Ontario Rd SB PM 42.7 I-15 Freeway 4628 El Cerrito Rd SB PM 22.0 1-15 Freeway 5420 CajalcoRd SB PM 57.3 IV 1 1-15 Freeway 6086 Weirick Rd SB PM 66.5 D 1-15 Freeway 12579 Temescal Canyon Rd SB PM 67.3 D 1-15 Freeway 15029 Indian Truck Trail SB PM 68.1 D 1-15 Freeway 19641 Lake St SB PM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 14926 Nichols Rd SB PM 69.2 C 1-15 Freeway 8316 Central Ave SB PM 69.1 C 1-15 Freeway 6821 Main St SB PM 70.0 B 1-15 Freeway 9373 Railroad Canyon/Diamond Dr SB PM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 14997 Bundy Canyon Rd SB PM 69.8 C 1-15 Freeway 6603 Baxter Rd SB PM 69.9 C 1.15 Freeway 7639 Clinton Kieth Rd SB PM 70.0 B 1-15 Freeway 15959 California Oaks/Kalmia St SB PM 69.6 C 1-15 Freeway 5921 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd SB PM 70.4 B 1-15 Freeway 3999 1-215/1-15 split SB PM 69.9 C 1-15 Freeway 11042 Winchester Rd SB PM 69.8 C 1-15 Freeway 8686 Rancho California Rd SB PM 69.4 C 1-15 Freeway 6294 SR-79S SB Ramp SB PM 61.6 D 1-215 Freeway 0 1-215 / 1-15 NB Split NB AM 1-215 Freeway 4583 Murriela Hot Springs NB AM 67.1 D 1-215 Freeway 6084 Los Alamos Rd NB AM 68.1 D 1.215 Freeway 9769 Clinton Keith Rd NB AM 68.0 D I- 15 Freeway 15884 -Scott Rd NB AM 64.2 D - 5 reeway 15964 Newport Rd NB AM 66.5 D 1-215 Freeway 12046 McCall Blvd NB AM 68.3 D 1-215 Freeway 10133 Ethanac Rd NB AM 67.8 D 1-215 Freeway 4075 SR-74 East NB AM 66.5 D 1-215 Freeway 14689 SR-74 West/4th St NB AM 58.7 E 1-215 Freeway 5401 EucalyptuslEastddge Ave NB AM 59.1 E 1-215 Freeway 5078 SR-60 NB AM 60.3 E 1-215 Freeway 0 SR-60 SB AM 1-215 Freeway 5197 Eucalyptus/Eastridge Ave SB AM 59.0 E 1-215 Freeway 5465 E. Alessandro Blvd SB AM 61.3 E 1-215 Freeway 14648 SR-74 East SB AM 67.2 D 1-215 Freeway 3995 Ethanac Rd SB AM 67.8 D 1-215 Freeway 10137 McCall Blvd SB AM 68.1 D 1-215 Freeway 12250 Newport Rd SB AM 66.9 D 1-215 Freeway 15863 Scott Rd SB AM 64.2 D 1-215 Freeway 15832 Clinton Keith Rd SB AM 58.6 E 1-215 Freeway 9812 Los Alamos Rd SB AM 61.7 D 1-215 Freeway 6007 Mumieta Hot Springs SB AM 63.3 E 1-215 Freeway 7102 1-21511-15 NB Split SB AM 58.1 E 1-215 Freeway 0 1-21511-15 NB Split NB PM Roadway Roadway Classification Length Segment Direction Peak Hour Speed 070709 Floating Car Count LOS 1-215 Freeway 4589 Mumeta Hot Springs NB PM 45.1 1-215 Freeway 6079 Los Alamos Rd NB PM 33.4 1-215 Freeway 9780 Clinton Keith Rd NB PM 46.4 1.215 Freeway 15886 ScottRd NB PM 51.2 1-215 Freeway 15968 Newport Rd NB PM 60.9 E 1-215 Freeway 12043 McCall Blvd NB PM 65.4 D 1-215 Freeway 10105 Ethanac Rd NB PM 67.3 D 1-215 Freeway 4113 SR-74 East NB PM 67.9 D 1-215 Freeway 14652 SR-74 West/4th SI NB PM 63.0 D 1-215 Freeway 5423 EucalyptuslEastridge Ave NB PM 64.7 D I-215 Freeway 5136 SR-60 NB PM sb.B E 1-215 Freeway 0 SR-60 SB PM 1-215 Freeway 5288 EucalyptuslEastridge Ave SB PM 57.0 E 1-215 Freeway 5392 E. Alessandro Blvd SB M 61.0 E 1-215 Freeway 14583 SR-74 East SB PM 60.8 E 1-215 Freeway 4052 Ethanac Rd SB PM 67.7 D 1-215 Freeway 10164 McCall Blvd SB PM 69.1 B 1-215 Freeway 12223 Newport Rd SB PM 68.8 8 1-215 Freeway 15857 Scott Rd SB PM 68.8 B 1-215 Freeway 15687 Clinton Keith Rd SB PM 67.7 0 1-215 Freeway 9935 Los Alamos Rd SB PM 68.9 B 1-215 Freeway 6061 Murrieta Hot Springs SB PM 67,1 D 1-215 Freeway 7036 1-21511-15 NB Split SB PM 67,4 0 Alessandro Arterial 0 SR-91 EB AM Alessandro Arterial 4092 Victoria EB AM 30.3 C Alessandro Arterial 2302 Falkirk EB AM 36.2 8 Alessandro Arterial 1536 Glouchester EB AM 31.1 C Alessandro Arterial 1671 Glenhaven EB AM 35.6 B Alessandro Arterial 1405 Arlington/Chicago EB AM 17.3 E Alessandro Arterial 3170 Century EB AM 44.2 B Alessandro Arterial 2009 Via Vista EB AM 46.2 B Alessandro Arterial 3463 Ovedand7Canyon Crest EB AM 45.4 B Alessandro Arterial 1325 Cannon Rd EB AM 36.1 B Alessandro Arterial 1359 Communications Ctr BB AM 42.1 B Alessandro Arterial 1536 Trautwein EB AM 28.3 C Alessandro Arterial 1197 K-Mart/RalphslMission Grove EB AM 25.3 D Alessandro Arterial 657 SavonlLa Fitness EB AM 34.5 C Alessandro Arterial 579 Northrop EB AM 33.8 C Alessandro Arterial 2077 Barton EB AM 36.0 B Alessandro Arterial 710 Orangecrest Club EB AM 44.0 B Alessandro Arterial 4644 Sycamore/Brown EB AM 47.7 B Alessandro Arterial 1233 1-15 SB Ramps EB AM 42.0 B Alessandro Arterial 1494 1-15 t8 AM 41.3 B Alessandro Arterial 0 1-15 WB AM Alessandro Arterial 707 1-15 SB Ramps WB AM 23.7 D Roadway Roadway Classification Length Segment Direction Peak Hour Speed 070709 Floating Car Count LOS Alessandro Arterial 1335 Sycamore/Brown WB AM 34.5 C Alessandro Arterial 4683 Orangecrest Club WB AM 48.7 B Alessandro Arterial 609 Barton WB AM 44.7 B Alessandro Arterial 2109 Northrop WB AM 48.2 B Alessandro Arterial 531 Savon/La Fitness WB AM 47.0 B Alessandro Arterial 684 Mission Grove WB AM 26.6 C Alessandro Arterial 643 K-MartlRalphs WB AM 17.6 E Alessandro Arterial 1104 Traulweln WB AM 35.3 B Alessandro Arterial 1555 Communications Ctr WB AM 44.7 B Alessandro Arterial 1367 Cannon Rd W8 AM 36.7 B Alessandro Arterial 1263 Overland/Canyon Crest WB AM 8 Alessandro Arterial 3492 Via Vista WB AM 47.5 8 Alessandro Arterial 1946 Century WB AM 47.0 B Alessandro Arterial 3206 Arlington/Chicago WB AM 45.9 B Alessandro Arterial 1458 Glenhaven WB AM 22.3 D Alessandro Arterial 1661 Glouchester WB AM 39.6 B Alessandro Arterial 1536 Falkirk WB AM 36.5 B Alessandro Arterial 2307 Victoria WB AM 30.6 C Alessandro Arterial 4826 SR-91 WB AM 28.3 C. Alessandro Arterial 0 SR-91 EB PM Alessandro Arterial 4049 Victoria EB PM 31.3 8 Alessandro Arterial 2347 Falkirk EB PM 38.4 8 Alessandro Arterial 1493 Glouchester EB PM 38.2 B Alessandro Arterial 1415 Glenhaven/Arlington/Chicago EB PM 27.6 D Alessandro Arterial 3204 Century EB PM 29.5 C Alessandro Arterial 1942 Via Vista EB PM 46.7 B Alessandro Arterial 3484 Overland/Canyon Crest EB PM 41.2 B Alessandro Arterial 1316 Cannon Rd EB PM 32.8 B Alessandro Arterial 1364 Communications Ctr EB PM 46.5 B Alessandro Arterial 1517 Trautwein EB PM 45.6 B Alessandro Arterial 1223 K-MartlRalphs EB PM 25.0 D Alessandro Arterial 652 Mission Grove/Savon/La Fitness EB PM 23.9 0 Alessandro Arterial 565 Northrop LB PM 42.8 B Alessandro Arterial 2105 Barton EB PM 50.1 B Alessandro Arterial 644 Orangecresl Club EB PM 50.7 B Alessandro Arterial 4707 Sycamore/Brown EB PM 52.6 B Alessandro Arterial 1220 1-15 SS Ramps EB PM 48.9 B Alessandro Arterial 1508 1-15 EB PM 36.3 B Alessandro Aerial 0 1-15 WB PM Alessandro Arterial 707 1-15 SB Ramps WB PM 44.4 B Alessandro Arterial 1335 Sycamore/Brown W8 PM 47.9 B Alessandro Arterial 4683 Orangecresl Club WB PM 47.9 B Alessandro Arterial 609 Barton WB PM 46.1 B Alessandro Arterial 2109 Northrop WB PM 43.1 B Alessandro Arterial 531 Savon/La Fitness WB PM 29.4 C Alessandro Arterial 684 Mission Grove WB PM 23.3 D Roadway Roadway Classification Length Segment Direction Peak Hour Speed 070709 Floating Car Count LOS Alessandro Arterial 643 K-Mart/Ralphs WB PM 43.8 B Alessandro Arterial 1104 Trautwein WB PM 47.0 B Alessandro Arterial 1555 Communications Ctr WB PM 44.8 B Alessandro Arterial 1367 Cannon Rd WB PM 30.7 C Alessandro Arterial 1263 Overland/Canyon Crest WB PM 49.7 B Alessandro Arterial 3492 Via Vista WB PM 43.6 B Alessandro Arterial 1946 Century WB PM 46.3 B Alessandro Arterial 3206 Arlington/Chicago WB PM 27.9 D Alessandro Arterial 1458 Glenhaven WB PM 37.8 B Alessandro Arterial 1661 Glouchester WB PM 36.5 B Alessandro Arterial 1536 Falkirk WB PM 37.9 B Alessandro Arterial 2307 Victoria WB PM 23.0 D Alessandro Arlenal 4826 SR-91 WB PM 25.7 D Borderline Areas Deficient Areas 6 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 16, 2009 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Reprogramming Options STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file a report on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) reprogramming options. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: In March and August 2009, the Commission approved ARRA highway funds for five interchange projects. Of these five interchanges, four have advertised for construction and have received bids that are 30 — 50 percent below estimate. These projects are: • 1-10 @ Bob Hope/Ramon Rd • 1-215 @ Clinton Keith Road • 1-10 @ Gene Autry/Palm Drive • SR-60 @ Valley Way For projects that received substantial funding from ARRA, such as the interchanges at Bob Hope/Ramon Road and Valley Way, ARRA "savings" will have to be removed from the project. The exact amount of ARRA funds that will become available through these project savings will not be known until the construction contracts are awarded, but it is estimated to be over $10 million. To avoid redistribution of unobligated ARRA funds to other regions in the state, Caltrans has established a deadline of December 1, 2009, for projects to submit Request for Authorization (RFA) packages to the District offices for obligation of ARRA funds in order to meet the federal obligation deadline of March 2, 2010. Staff will work with Caltrans to maximize ARRA funds on the interchanges listed above and remaining projects that the Commission previously approved for ARRA funds, which are the 1-10/Indian Ave and SR-74/I-215 interchange projects. These projects will submit RFA packages by December 1st Once all ARRA funds allocated to the regions are obligated, those regions that allocated 100% of their ARRA allocation will be eligible to receive redistribution funds. At the November 12, 2009 Commission meeting, the Commission authorized the Executive Director to approve reprogramming any excess ARRA funds resulting from current and future bid openings and/or through redistribution to other federalized, high priority highway projects as necessary to insure that all ARRA funds designated for Riverside County are obligated by the federal deadline. .4,7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 16, 2009 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: Riverside County CMAQ Reprogramming Request STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This is item is for the TAC to provide a recommendation on the Riverside County's request to reprogram Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds from the SR60Nalley Way interchange project to the Magnolia Grade Separation project. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The County of Riverside recently opened bids on the SR 60Nalley Way interchange project. This project was primarily funded with American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), 1989 Measure A, and CMAQ funds. The low bid was approximately 50% under the engineer's estimate. Given that ARRA funding is available for a short time period with upcoming obligation deadlines, staff advised the County of Riverside to use as much of the ARRA funding possible. Therefore, CMAQ and 1989 Measure A funds will not be needed to fund the SR60Nalley Way interchange improvement. The County is proposing reprogramming the CMAQ funds to the Magnolia Grade Separation project, which is planned for construction in fiscal year 2011/12. Since there has not been a Call for Projects in several years, there is no current "list" of eligible projects to review for possible programming. The Commission's reprogramming/substitution policy for federal funds allows agencies to propose a substitution project for consideration. The Magnolia Grade Separation project is part of the Alameda Corridor East (ACE) Grade Separation program. The Commission has established ACE projects as high priority projects and has set aside future CMAQ funds to cover grade separation projects that are underfunded. Staff supports the County's request to reprogram CMAQ funds to the Magnolia Grade Separation project since it is consistent with the Commission's policies to fund grade separations. Regarding the County's request to reprogram 1989 Measure A funds to the SR 79 widening project, Thompson to Domenigoni, staff approves this request as the 1989 Measure A funds are only eligible for 1989 Measure A projects, and the SR 79 widening project was specifically listed in the 1989 Measure A Strategic Plan. 88238 AM, CB, SM %/V RIV COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE --\r\ i8 TRANSPORTATION AND o a I LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY Transportation Department November 5, 2009 Anne Mayer, Executive Director Riverside County Transportation Commission 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor Riverside, Califomia 92501 RE: Surplus CMAQ and Measure A Funds Dear Ms. Mayer: Juan C. Perez, P.E., T.E. Director of Transportation ge[EgVEn J k"': 0 9 �yERg�lpi�l�wwp�y , 1NSPOR11K iffissioN The County of Riverside recently opened bids for the Valley Way at SR 60 interchange improvement project. The apparent low bid was approximately.50% under engineer's estimate, which resulted in substantial cost savings. We expect to award this contract at the November 24th Board of Supervisors meeting. This project currently has a variety of funding sources including Federal Economic Stimulus funding (ARRA), Federal Congestion and Air Quality funding (CMAQ), and RCTC Measure A. After maximizing. the use of ARRA.funds available, we are left with a surplus of $1.4 million of CMAQ funds and $2.1 million of Measure A funds. We would like to request that the surplus CMAQ funding from this project be moved to cover the funding shortfall of the Magnolia Grade Separation project: We are currently working on the design phase of this trade corridor improvement project and anticipate construction to begin in FY 2011/2012. We would also like to request that the surplus Measure A funding from this project be moved to cover the funding shortfall of the Winchester Road (SR 79) widening project: This project is scheduled 'to begin construction by the summer of 2010. Shifting the excess funds from the Valley Way interchange project over to the Magnolia Grade Separation project and the Winchester (SR 79) widening project will help to keep these much needed improvement projects on track for delivery as scheduled. Thank you for your consideration. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Patricia Romo at (951) 955-6740. Juan C. Perez Director of Transportation PR:sa 4080 Lemon Street, 8th Floor • Riverside, California 92501 • (951) 955-6740 P.O. Box 1090 • Riverside, California 92502-1090 • FAX (951) 955-3198 K.16.03 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 16, 2009 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Staff Analyst Andrea Zurelick, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: 2008 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) and Plan (RTP) Amendment Status STAFF RECOMMENDATION; Receive and File BACKGROUND INFORMATION; Since the approval of the 2008 RTIP (short-range transportation program) in November 2008, SCAG has processed twenty seven amendments, and secured approval by the reviewing agencies for twenty four amendments, leaving only Amendment No. 24 and 26 pending approval as well as the recently submitted Administrative Modification No. 27. The attached tables summarize the 2008 RTIP amendments and its status, as well as the listing of projects pending approval by FHWA/FTA for Amendment Nos. 24 and 26 and Administrative Modification No. 27. Amendment No. 24 includes the projects amended through the 2008 RTP Amendment No. 2. Amendment No. 24 and RTP Amendment No. 2 was released by SCAG for public review on October 1st — public review comment ended November 6th. A public hearing on this amendment was held on October 22nd. Final approval of these amendments by FHWA and FTA is anticipated in early 2010. Amendment No. 26 includes 3 Caltrans Lump Sum projects and 10 transit projects. The public review comment started on October 30th and will end on November 16th. Final approvals anticipated by mid January 2010. Administrative Modification No. 27 included two State Highway Projects and two local projects (refer to attachment). Anticipated Caltrans approval is Mid December 2009. RTP AMENDMENT NO. 3 UNDERWAY RCTC Programming Division is working on including all the new projects going into the 2011 FTIP into the 2008 RTP Amendment No. 3 - Approximately 20 projects will be submitted to SCAG by the deadline of November 23, 2009. Contrary to previous RTIP Updates, the Regional Transportation Planning Agencies cannot include new projects that don't have a corresponding RTP ID in the current 2008 RTP. Therefore, RCTC is adding these new projects in the 2008 RTP Amendment No. 3, so that we can accordingly add these new projects into the 2011 FTIP 2008 Regional Transportation Improvement Program - Amendment Submittals & Approval Dates 2008 RTIP Document Purpose Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Approved by SCAG Approved by CT/FHWA Final 7/14/2008 1 1 /17/2008 Amendment 1 Consistency with 2008 RTP Amendment 1 - 50 projects submitted 7/18/2008 7/30/2008 12/8/2008 1 /14/2009 Amendment 2 Formal Amendment - 90 projects submitted 9/23/2008 10/22/2008 12/30/2008 2/2/2009 Amendment 3 -- Did not include Riverside County projects -- Amendment 4 Administrative Modification - 2 projects submitted 12/8/2008 1 /12/2009 1 /28/2009 1 /29/2009 Amendment 5 -- Economic Stimulus Revenue Amendment - Did not include projects -- Amendment 6 Formal Amendment - 15 projects submitted 01 /26/2009 02/02/2009 02/24/2009 03/25/2009 Amendment 7 -- Did not include Riverside County projects -- Amendment 8 -- Did not include Riverside County projects -- Amendment 9 Formal Amendment - 43 projects submitted 02/23/2009 03/04/2009 04/03/2009 04/23/2009 Amendment 10 Administrative Modification - 7 ARRA projects submitted 03/1 1 /2009 03/13/2009 03/18/2009 03/18/2009 Amendment 11 -- Did not include Riverside County projects -- Amendment 12 Formal Amendment - 14 ARRA transit projects 03/1 1 /2009 03/20/2009 04/20/2009 04/30/2009 2008 RTIP Document Purpose Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Approved by SCAG Approved by CT/FHWA Amendment 13 Administrative Modification — 1 project 04/01 /2009 04/03/2009 04/08/2009 04/08/2009 Amendment 14 Administrative Modification — 6 ARRA projects 04/14/2009 04/15/2009 04/22/2009 4/22/2009 Amendment 15 Formal Amendment — ARRA adjustments -- Did not include Riverside County projects -- Amendment 16 Formal Amendment — 53 projects 04/28/2009 05/1 1 /2009 06/15/2009 6/30/2009 Amendment 17 Administrative Modification — 13 projects 04/28/2009 05/22/2009 06/04/2009 06/08/2009 Amendment 18 Formal Amendment -- Did not include Riverside County Projects -- Amendment 19 Administrative Modification — 16 projects 06/30/2009 07/10/2009 07/29/2009 08/11/2009 Amendment 20 Formal Amendment — 29 projects 07/13/2009 08/07/2009 09/09/2009 10/08/2009 Amendment 21 Formal Amendment -- Did not include Riverside County Projects -- Amendment 22 Administrative Modification — 1 project 08/20/2009 08/20/2009 08/20/2009 08/20/2009 Amendment 23 Formal Amendment - 5 projects 8/17/2009 08/31/2009 09/25/2009 10/20/2009 Amendment 24 Formal Amendment — 27 projects 07/10/2009 09/09/2009 Pending Pending Amendment 25 Administrative Modification — 3 projects 09/03/2009 09/10/2009 09/18/2009 09/24/2009 6uipuad 6uipuad 600Z/Z L/ L L 600Z/Z0/ L L sloafad 17 - uop.eowpow ani.e4smwpy a luawpuawy 6umuad 6uipued 600Z/ZZ/0 L 600Z/ L0/0 L sloafoid £ L - luawpuewy lewiod gZ luawpuawy 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO. 24 (Formal Amendment) Riverside County Transportation Commission Approval Date: Pending Agency Corona Corona Corona MJPA Project ID RIV011237 RIV031203 RIV060107 RIV060121 Moreno Valley RIV041045 Moreno Valley RIV080905 Moreno Valley RIV090908 Moreno Valley RIV090909 Moreno Valley RIV090910 Moreno Valley RIV090911 Palm Springs RIV011203 Perris RIV011205 Riverside Co. RIV011236 Title Green River Rd. Widening from3 to 6 lanes - SR91 Southside off/on ramps to Palisades Dr. Magnolia Ave. Corridor (1-15 to Fullerton) Widening 4 to 6 Ins Main St. (Hidden Valley Pkwy to Parkridge Ave) Widening from 4 to 6 Ins Van Buren Blvd. near March Air Reserve Base - Widening form 4 to 6 Ins from approx. 0.5 miles west of 1-215 to Barton St. Perris Blvd. Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - Ironwood to Manzanita Alessandro Blvd. Widening from 4 to 6 lanes - 1-215 to Frederick St. Theodore St. Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - Alessandro to Eucalyptus Theodore St. Widening from 2 to 6 lanes - Eucalyptus Ave. to SB-60 EB ramps Theodore St. Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - SR-60 WB ramps to Ironwood Ave. Kitching St. Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - Gentian Ave. to 620' S/O Alessandro Blvd. Indian Canyon Dr. widening from 2 to 4 lanes - UPRR Xing to Tramview Rd Perris Blvd. Widening from 2 to 6 lanes - Ramona Exp. To Perris Valley SD Lat. B In Riv. Co. & Murrieta - Extend/Construct Clinton Keith Rd. (6 Ins - approx. 3.4 miles) with 2 bridges from Antelope Rd. to Winchester Rd. Riverside County Transportation Commission Change Requested Schedule delay incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Cost increase / Schedule delay incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Cost increase/schedule delay incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Schedule delay incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Cost change/Schedule delay incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Cost increase / Schedule delay incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A0808 included in the 2008 RTP A-2 New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A0807 included in the 2008 RTP A-2 New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A0806, included in the 2008 RTP A-2 New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A0805, included in the 2008 RTP A-2 Schedule delay to incorporate the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Schedule delay incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Schedule delay incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Page 1 of 3 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO. 24 (Formal Amendment) Riverside County Transportation Commission Approval Date: Pending Agency Project ID Riverside Co. RIV090903 Riverside Co. RIV090906 Riverside Co. RIV090907 RCTC Beaumont Riverside Co. RIV62034 Corona Moreno Valley 32300 RCTC Riverside Title Cajalco Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 thru lanes (2 in ea dir) - Temescal Cny Rd. to Wood Rd. Cajalco Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 thru lanes (2 in ea dir) from Wood Rd. to Alexander St. Cajalco Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 thru lanes (2 in ea dir) from Alexander St. to 1-215 RIV031218 Mid County Parkway - Construct 6 to 8 thru lane (3 to 4 Ins in ea dir), approx. 16 mile Mid County Pkwy Corridor in Western Riv. Co. bet. 1-215 in Perris east to SR79 in San Jacinto, including construction/reconstruction of approx. 10 interchanges RIV060115 I-10/Oak Valley Pkwy IC - Reconstruct/Widen IC from 2 to 6 thru lanes from approx. 500' w/o Desert Lawn Dr, to Golf Club Dr. I-15/Clinton Keith Rd. IC: Reconstruct/widen OC 2 to 6 Ins & ramps 1 to 2 Ins to 3 & 4 Ins, add NB/SB aux Ins prior to & after exit/entry ramps & left -turn Ins RIV010207 1-15/Ontario Ave. IC: Widen Ontario Ave. UC from 3 to 5 thru lanes (3 WB & 2 EB) from Compton Ave. to State St. At SR60/Nason St. IC - Modify/Reconstruct IC & Nason St. from Elder Ave. to Fir Ave. RIV070308 At SR91 /71 Jct: Replace EB 91 to NB 71 connector w/direct fly- over connector, and construct EB collector distributor system - Green River to SR 91 /71 Jct. RIV090901 In the City of Riverside on SR 91, construct EB auxiliary lane from La Sierra Ave. on -ramp to Tyler St off -ramp R01=T- Riverside County Transportation Commission Change Requested New Project - corresponding RTP ID #'s 3A04WT137a, 3A04WT137b, 3A04WT138A, included in the 2008 RTP A-2 New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A04WT138b, included in the 2008 RTP A-2 New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A04WT138c, included in the 2008 RTP A-2 Scope of work change incorporates the 2008 RTP A-2 changes into the 2008 RTIP Schedule delay / Cost increase Schedule delay / Cost increase Schedule delay / Cost increase Schedule delay / Cost increase Schedule delay / Cost increase New Project Corresponding RTP ID # 3M0802, included in the 2008 RTP A-2 Page 2 of 3 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO. 24 (Formal Amendment) Riverside County Transportation Commission Approval Date: Pending Agency ROTC Project ID Title RIV010212 On SR91 - Adams to 60/215 IC: Add HOV Ins, aux. Ins (Madison - Central), bridge widening & replacements, EB/WB braided ramps, IC Mod/Reconstruct + sound/retaining walls Riverside Co. RIV011232 Moreno Valley RIV050533 Caltrans At I-215/Scott Rd IC: Reconstruct/widen from 2 to 6 thru lanes btwn 0/0 Antelope Rd. & Haun Rd. At I-215/Cactus Ave. IC: Widen IC from 3 to 6 thru Ins (EB from 2 to 3 btwn W/O BNSF RR to 1300' E/O Veterans Way, add 4th EB lane from NB exit ramp to E/0 Elsworth St, widen WB from 1 & 2 to 3 thru Ins from Commerce Center Dr, to BNSR RR, widen ramps 1 to 2 & 3 Ins (entry ramps include HOV In), extend NB aux In btwn Alessandro Blvd south to Cactus Ave. NB entry loop ramp & add dedicated right -turn Ins (EA: IE760) Riverside County Transportation Commission Change Requested Scope update to include restriping to extend lanes Schedule delay / Cost increase Change description, schedule, and cost. RIV090902 In the City of Riverside on SB Rte 215, from Blaine St. off ramp New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # to the Blaine St. on ramp, extend the existing lane number 4 3M08093, included in the 2008 RTP A-2 (lane drop) to merge with the existing lane # 4 at the Blain St. on ramp (EA: ON890) Page 3 of 3 2008 RTP - AMENDMENT NO. 2 Riverside County Transportation Commission Approval Date: Pending Agency RTP Projects Cathedral City Cathedral City Cathedral City Cathedral City Project ID 3A07060 3A07018a 3A07018b 3A07018c Cathedral City 3A0802 Cathedral City 3A0803 Cathedral City 3A01 CV097 Palm Desert 3A07300 Palm Desert Palm Desert Palm Desert Palm Desert RCTC RTIP Projects Corona 3A07301 3A07311 3A07136 3A01 CV032 3C01 MA01 RIV011237 Title Date Palm Dr Widening 4 to 6 lanes from Palm Cyn to Gerald Ford Dr Landau Blvd extension of 6 lane arterial from Vista Chino to I- 10 Landau Blvd extension of 6 lane arterial from 1-10 to Valley Center Blvd Landau Blvd extension of 6 lane arterial from Valley Center Blvd to Varner Rd IN THE CITY OF CATHEDRAL CITY, CONSTRUCT VALLEY CENTER BLVD NORTH OF I-10 AND SOUTH OF VARNER RD AS A 4 LANES ARTERIAL FROM PALM DR TO DATE PALM DR IN THE CITY OF CATHEDRAL CITY, CONSTRUCT VALLEY CENTER BLVD NORTH OF 1-10 AND SOUTH OF VARNER RD AS A 4 LANE ARTERIAL FROM DATE PALM DR TO FUTURE DA VALL RD EXTENSION Vista Chino extension of 4 lane arterial from Date Palm to Da Vali Cook St Widening 4 to 6 lanes from Frank Sinatra to Gerald Ford Cook St Widening 4 to 6 lanes from Country Club to W hitewater Cook St Widening 4 to 6 lanes from Whitewater to Fred Waring Cook St Widening 4 to 6 lanes from Frank Sinatra to Country Club Country Club Dr Widening 4 to 6 lanes from Monterey Ave to Portola Ave CETAP: PROVIDE NEW EAST -WEST TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR BETWEEN 1-15 IN THE WEST, 1-215 IN THE EAST, SOUTH OF LAKE MATHEWS IN THE NORTH, AND SR 74 IN THE SOUTH. Riverside County Transportation Commission Change Requested Typographical correction to East Palm Cyn Segmented parent RTP project Segmented parent RTP project Segmented parent RTP project Schedule advance and cost change Project complete Schedule delay and cost change Schedule delay and cost change Schedule delay and cost change Delete duplicate project Segmented MCP project Green River Rd. Widening from3 to 6 lanes - SR91 Southside off/on ramps to Palisades Dr. Schedule delay Page 1 of 4 2008 RTP - AMENDMENT NO. 2 Riverside County Transportation Commission Approval Date: Pending Agency Corona Corona MJPA Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Palm Springs Perris Riverside Co. Riverside Co. Riverside Co. Riverside Co. Project ID RIV031203 RIV060107 RIV060121 RIV041045 RIV0480905 RIV080908 RIV090909 RIV090910 RIV090911 RIV011203 RIV011205 RIV011236 RIV090903 RIV090906 RIV090907 Title Magnolia Ave. Corridor (1-15 to Fullerton) Widening 4 to 6 Ins Main St. (Hidden Valley Pkwy to Parkridge Ave) Widening from 4 to 6 Ins Van Buren Blvd. near March Air Reserve Base - Widening form 4 to 6 Ins from approx. 0.5 miles west of 1-215 to Barton St. Perris Blvd. Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - Ironwood to Manzanita Alessandro Blvd. Widening from 4 to 6 lanes - 1-215 to Frederick St. Theodore St. Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - Alessandro to Eucalyptus Theodore St. Widening from 2 to 6 lanes - Eucalyptus Ave. to SB-60 EB ramps Theodore St. Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - SR-60 WB ramps to Ironwood Ave. Kitching St. Widening from 2 to 4 lanes - Gentian Ave. to 620' S/O Alessandro Blvd. Indian Canyon Dr. widening from 2 to 4 lanes - UPRR Xing to Tramview Rd Perris Blvd. Widening from 2 to 6 lanes - Ramona Exp. To Perris Valley SD Lat. B In Riv. Co. & Murrieta - Extend/Construct Clinton Keith Rd. (6 Ins - approx. 3.4 miles) with 2 bridges from Antelope Rd. to Winchester Rd. Cajalco Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 thru lanes (2 in ea dir) - Temescal Cny Rd. to Wood Rd. Cajalco Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 thru lanes (2 in ea dir) from Wood Rd. to Alexander St. Cajalco Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 thru lanes (2 in ea dir) from Alexander St. to 1-215 Riverside County Transporioiion Commission Change Requested Cost increase / Schedule delay Cost increase / Schedule delay Schedule delay Cost change/Schedule delay Cost increase / Schedule delay New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A0808 New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A0807 New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A0806 New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A0805 Schedule delay Schedule delay Schedule delay New Project - corresponding RTP ID #'s 3A04WT137a, 3A04WT137b, 3A04WT138A New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A04WT138b New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3A04WT138c Page 2 of 4 2008 RTP - AMENDMENT NO. 2 Riverside County Transportation Commission Approval Date: Pending Agency RCTC Beaumont Riverside Co. RIV62034 Corona Moreno Valley 32300 RCTC Riverside RCTC Riverside Co. RIV011232 Moreno Valley RIV050533 Project ID Title Mid County Parkway - Construct 6 to 8 thru lane (3 to 4 Ins in ea dir), approx. 16 mile Mid County Pkwy Corridor in Western Riv. Co. bet. 1-215 in Perris east to SR79 in San Jacinto, including construction/reconstruction of approx. 10 RIV031218 interchanges I-10/Oak Valley Pkwy IC - Reconstruct/Widen IC from 2 to 6 thru lanes from approx. 500' w/o Desert Lawn Dr. to Golf Club RIV060115 Dr. I-15/Clinton Keith Rd. IC: Reconstruct/widen OC 2 to 6 Ins & ramps 1 to 2 Ins to 3 & 4 Ins, add NB/SB aux Ins prior to & after exit/entry ramps & left -turn Ins 1-15/Ontario Ave. IC: Widen Ontario Ave. UC from 3 to 5 thru RIV010207 lanes (3 WB & 2 EB) from Compton Ave. to State St. At SR60/Nason St. IC - Modify/Reconstruct IC & Nason St. from Elder Ave. to Fir Ave. At SR91 /71 Jct: Replace EB 91 to NB 71 connector w/direct fly- over connector, and construct EB collector distributor system - RIV070308 Green River to SR 91/71 Jct. In the City of Riverside on SR 91, construct EB auxiliary lane RIV090901 from La Sierra Ave. on -ramp to Tyler St off -ramp On SR91 - Adams to 60/215 IC: Add HOV Ins, aux. Ins (Madison - Central), bridge widening & replacements, EB/WB RIV010212 braided ramps, IC Mod/Reconstruct + sound/retaining walls At I-215/Scott Rd IC: Reconstruct/widen from 2 to 6 thru lanes btwn 0/0 Antelope Rd. & Haun Rd. Riverside 'CauntyTransportation Commission Change Requested Project segmented Schedule delay / Cost increase Schedule delay / Cost increase Schedule delay / Cost increase Schedule delay / Cost increase Schedule delay / Cost increase New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # 3M0802 Scope update to include restriping to extend lanes Schedule delay / Cost increase At I-215/Cactus Ave. IC: Widen IC from 3 to 6 thru Ins (EB from 2 to 3 btwn W/O BNSF RR to 1300' E/O Veterans Way, add 4th EB lane from NB exit ramp to E/O Elsworth St, widen WB from 1 & 2 to 3 thru Ins from Commerce Center Dr, to BNSR RR, widen ramps 1 to 2 & 3 Ins (entry ramps include HOV In), extend NB aux In btwn Alessandro Blvd south to Cactus Ave. NB entry loop ramp & add dedicated right -turn Ins (EA: IE760) Change description, schedule, and cost. Page 3 of 4 2008 RTP - AMENDMENT NO. 2 Riverside County Transportation Commission Approval Date: Pending Riverside County Transporiation Commission Agency Project ID Title Change Requested In the City of Riverside on SB Rte 215, from Blaine St. off ramp to the Blaine St. on ramp, extend the existing lane number 4 (lane drop) to merge with the existing lane # 4 at the Blain St. New Project - Corresponding RTP ID # Caltrans RIV090902 on ramp (EA: ON890) 3M08093 Page 4 of 4 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO. 26 Riverside County Transportation Commission Approval Date: Agency Caltrans Caltrans Caltrans Sunline Sunline Sunline Sunline Sunline Sunline Sunline Sunline Sunline Sunline Project ID RIVLS01 RIVLS08 RIVLSI3 RIV041039 RIV061154 RIV061155 RIV061157 RIV070708 RIV071228 RIV080920 RIV090404 RIV090616 RIV090912 Title Caltrans SHOPP - Collision Reduction LS Caltrans SHOPP - Minors Projects LS Caltrans SHOPP - State Highway Maintenance LS Facility improvements Operating Assistance FY 2007/08 Preventative Maintenance Transit Enhancements Purchase of 16 replacement buses Purchase of 2 expansion DAR buses Purchase of 5-CNG expansion buses Bus Rehabilitation Bus Rehabilitation Purchase of 5 replacement paratransit buses Riverside County Trunsportption COmmission Change Requested New project added to LS Cost increase New project Completed Project Completed Project Completed Project Cost change/schedule delay Cost decrease Desc. Change & cost increase Reprogramming of funds Cost decrease Reprogramming of funds New project 90Z1-EOAIa of panow spun} 31-dllS 'any AaaaluoW/O L-1 600Z/OEIOG palep 6ullsll d9H panoadde foal}aa of spun;;o 6ulwwea6oadaa luewlsnfpe lsoo loafoad luawlsnfpe lsoo 1oa(ad palsanbaa aBueyo uotsslwwo3 uopopodsumj/yuno) eppaenni wnS dwni 31-dI1S 0101:1 Lb0 LtiOAlld 6uluapm •la uoAueo uelpul s6updS wled LZL066Alld 01 '1S elwleN/pa s>lep elwo}Ile0/91-1 170ZO1.0Ala elawniN 01 any i(aaaluow OH SOZlE0A1E1 laasaa wled a1311 al loafom AoueBy :alga fenoaddy uoppodsue.il AwnoO appianla LZ 'ON 1N3WaN3INV - dlla 800Z #"q RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 16, 2009 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: Proposition 1 B Letter of No Prejudice Guidelines STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and file report regarding the California Transportation Commission's (CTC) Proposition 1 B Letter of No Prejudice (LONP) Guidelines. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The attached guidelines are planned to be presented to the CTC at their December 12-13, 2009 meeting. The guidelines, if approved, will allow agencies to proceed with implementing their Prop 1 B funded project(s) with their own funds if state funds are not available at the time the agency requests an allocation of funding. In addition, the LONP provides assurance that the state will reimburse the approved Prop 1 B funding when funds become available. The guidelines are a result of AB 672 which will be effective January 1, 2010. The guidelines currently do not allow LONP approvals for Prop 1 B Trade Corridors Improvement Fund (TCIF) projects. The reason for this is that the CTC approved funding TCIF projects 20% above the TCIF amount. However, staff comments on the guidelines included a request that the CTC allow LONP approvals for TCIF projects on a first come, first serve basis so that those agencies that can move forward with TCIF projects using their own funds and be reimbursed when TCIF funding is available. This will allow these much needed improvements to be implemented in a timely manner so that the public can benefit from improved goods movement and air quality while in addition to stimulating the economy. Proposition 1B Bond Letter of No Prejudice Guidelines 1. Authority and Scope: Government Code Section 8879.501, added by. Chapter 463 (AB 672) of the Statutes of 2009, authorizes the California Transportation Commission (Commission) to adopt guidelines to establish a process to approve a Letter of No Prejudice (LONP) for one or more projects or project components that the Commission has programmed or otherwise approved for funding from the following Proposition 1B programs: • Corridor Mobility Improvement Account (CMIA) • State Route 99 Account (SR 99) • Trade Corridors Improvement Fund (TCIF) • Local Bridge Seismic Retrofit Account (LBSRA) • Traffic Light Synchronization ProgramOLSP) • State -Local Partnership Program Acaotart� (SLPP) IInf01... 4 '1 1,liirpl, mY�iut The LONP applies only to the Proposition 1B fund§',,,0o for the project. 1mn11tlq Mn I+Ip1 m1r ��n�q The Commission may amend these gui�,enn �x�t any time al bkdiirst,giving notice of the 1111 11111111011 , proposed amendments. 111I f11111P1 IMI IIII1. It�lpllll I! .,i` 11 III,�P `'il 1111111 I I�,II(11' nnn frl Cn ,a. 1. 2. LONP for TCIF tk�rtlpr Eit ming TCII?;� re Comml�sim programmed approximately 2QAcent mo4� � ►an the $2.5*illion avail'iible from the TCIF and the State Highway Acco 1 )rntt�his over programming assumed that new revenue ,111i 111 SHA sources would become A,', 'lab(')ian,d be dedicatec40 funding the adopted program. New n d1Yllnn n a IA 1 u nil revenue i;orgell�Il�; GIIF protaireh � pis unlikely to materialize in the current nflrlVti 4 hn mlllrl 11f11 4rtu1IlA ' 8x 11�j�W;I rMpNlp economic envlron'nielnt ,, Therq, the a rntssion does not intend to approve LONPs for,7 �l projects unY��;,�;e,�pasori4l level of confidence in availability of these new Iv ulU I 1 �' AI i91(al. reveniitlources is achi6V d, or th`e'11;Siogram is prioritized commensurate with available prlid 'illt'Irt1L 11!�1(. TCIF anditdA funds. �,40.;r11 'Inuln�u Ni�l��. ifl minil1�1`m. . tlt�r�inuo� lllm�l If SHA funds a'a ll ogrammrl}1t. to the project, the LONP request for TCIF funds must be accompanied by alp quest p. SHA allocation. If SHA funds are not available for allocation, the LONPUltest will be deferred until the SHA allocation can be made. ;,Ifl ,t1 3. Intent of LONP: A regional or local entity that is a lead applicant agency under one of the programs referenced in Section 1, with the exception of TCIF, may apply to the Commission for an LONP for the program project. If approved by the Commission, the LONP allows the regional or local agency to expend its own funds (incur reimbursable expenses) for any component of the project (in practice, Proposition 1B funds are generally programmed for construction). This does not relieve the regional or local agency from the applicable match requirements of the program. f11t1l11 It '11,111111‘.. 1 n lips. riled or otherwise approved rllrnn(i'i�nl(t Revision 2, 10/27/09 It is the intent of the Commission to give equal opportunity for available funding to applicants that completed work under an approved LONP, as well as those that require an allocation in order to begin or continue work on a project. The Commission further intends that applicants considering the use of an LONP have the most accurate information available to assess the likelihood of allocation and reimbursement as planned. Applicants proceed at their own risk, as reimbursement of the LONP is dependent on availability of Proposition 1B bond funds. 4. Submittal of LONP Request: LONP requests shall be submitted to the Department of Transportation (Department) by the applicant in accordance with established O'' timeframes for project amendments to be placed on the agenclor timely consideration by the Commission. PI - piir Oi�nuiq., In order to be considered by the Commission, an LONP YGquest Slitir'l; • Be signed by a duly authorized agent(s) oi• the 'applicant agenoymnd implementing agencagency if different. """" y 0,14/ °11 � rrornm,t� n , • Include all relevant information as descrtl�'ed in Section 5. ""' n ipen��, , r11ivo�.. vr, m[II'n • Indicate that the implementing agency �s rd} to t�dtCr(or continue) work on the project component covered by the LONP recitIOi�r'�likely construction). • Have a full and committed funding plan for the 41il ponent covered by the LONP 1100p1 uf4rtw request. p rim • .00 Indicate anticipated schedule foi';texik ditu�res and complvt�ion of the component. i/.. '00,31fmT, 'I 5. Content and Forma!tdOOCL`.ONP Request the Cott ,1,1:§,Wri r. expects a complete LONP request to include„af�a mini" , the follovA information as applicable: • A letter rdtitiq1 g LO ,opproval, maluding a summary of the following information aA llcab� ` . • ri: 'litih�ri ppi) Documents need ,'°Von ,tmng concurrent Commission approval of any needed IIt II(!f� (� iYrlillfni [q III �, lil��h lion r Adliidti�"l�li°i, ,a prd , Iprogr thin y4quest or project/baseline agreement rendment,'I' ,4 ' orda�ie ,,with appropriate program guidelines and standards. rliil lr itj i, #,�r�{P temate local > t�ing sottqW,:that will be substituted for the bond funds and a gnstration of " itmei�4�16f those funds (e.g., resolution, minute order) from „r���n a u� „r its pQ� fy board. it • An ex iture sche Ville for the component covered by the LONP. r ivy. il�l� • If jointly § , reed wi r,,funds from the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), a S`Ilf Ovation request or STIP AB 3090 request must be included. • LONP requestlf or construction must include documentation for Commission review of the final environmental document, as appropriate, and approval for consideration of future funding. 6. Review and Approval of LONP Requests: The Department will review LONP requests for consistency with these guidelines and place the requests on the Commission meeting agenda. The Commission will consider requests for LONPs that meet the guidelines, except for LONP requests for components jointly funded with funds from the STIP, which shall be dependent upon concurrent approval of the STIP allocation or STIP AB 3090 request. Revision 2, 10/27/09 An LONP will only be granted for work consistent with the approved project's scope, schedule and funding. Upon Commission approval of an LONP, the Department will execute a cooperative agreement or Master Agreement/Program Supplement with the implementing agency. Although the agency may begin work once the LONP is approved, an agreement must be in place before the Department can provide reimbursement for eligible project expenditures. 7. Initiation of Work: The project component covered by anIpprciVed LONP should be ready to proceed to contract award (or equivalent) once thee, t)NP is approved. The agency shall report to the Department within four mont `�'IfollOW: LONP approval on �� �'�$ pP progress in executing agreements and third -party ca4ttradfs needeMexecute the work. 9. Project Changes: Proposed chan *funding, funding, schec�i , pr project scope must be approved by the Commission in accor an8'e,411th the applicabl,�;lo and program guidelines, riu n,Plluhliii i,;_ .,r,' including a concurrent LONP amendmentif nece M. m0,,..oy, Por o aMulnl qlq �I °a 10,1fA •BIP' 10. Diligent Progress an�escinding a L If progress reports from an agency on a project with an,;u �'geed Lif , :� show that djligent pro&ess is not being made in completing the proje• 0 "rt a Co ission may request that the agency explain its lack of progress. The Commisslon,m rescind the LOI '`Ior may direct the agency to PI�RI , x.,, tl[I!l61 jp 01 }��u ill �I, demonstrgen�lXiI, N rogre'Wfyith9filt'j�;+,' t,gpporting period. If the Commission finds the agefiey is not i'tifil11pg prooj'O work diligently, the Commission may rescind the ��, 1�q,,,P'fp. a ���� LQ z'hullyIf an LONP 14m40!, indect� lallocation to reimburse expenditures to date is at the ilYI,nHPFf, discretiOnf the CommiS$0). , d,w, ih, t ''I}�iA IH[ ,�[4 Il,�q� Ar' 2,gtiiQl}f�i (iili} 11. Allocahon�}for LONPo pon completion of the component covered under an LONP approve ittisr„the Cor ><'l fission, the agency may send a request to the Department to have its LONP reirnl'iurseda"" ith an allocation by the Commission. The agency shall ,6q�nu, nt�f�i^ identify the source(s)rand of all funds used in completing the component for which the agency is se/eking an allocation from the Commission. The agency must show the applicable match for the bond funds, if required for the project. The Department will place the request for allocation on the agenda for timely consideration by the Commission. 0'11pOil l,p, l 8. Monitoring Progress of Projects with a L,, : The agency with ai�s,';',approved LONP shall report on progress to date in accb`td`ance with'lbe applicable 1'ibi` Oro,gram guidelines. This report should include expenditiii,19 da4f York completed;" "blems and issues with the project, and any funding plan upd'e,��'"for the project. undTip,_, If sufficient Proposition 1B bond allocation capacity exists, an agency with a partially completed component may request an allocation for reimbursement of eligible costs to date and to convert the remaining LONP to a standard allocation for periodic reimbursement for the remainder of the component. The Commission may assign a lower Revision 2, 10/27/09 priority for Prop I B bond allocation to these LONP conversion requests, depending on funding availability. 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Jpinllp IIIIIONl51III0 A111111n1y `i11l11 mr 'n'n1'9'1' 11n11'''' n(11}41!1 pad: 11111.^li n1n!(jr, nuq)rj ilr!'!I1 nttaP811p.I 4uif. s iliYl 1,ir If01it1117n IIm 'xp ni 11141 1111Nfli1.lY11 h1iG qql 'iP1 pip 111111QY1 fi0ipppr 4'1.;. rjrpo l n. +11NlfP11' •.Iliillivh,.. +inllifin- 111111111141, -rtruliiiini�� Revision 2, 10/27/09 -if/0 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: November 12, 2009 TO: Riverside County Transportation Commission FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager THROUGH: Anne Mayer, Executive Director SUBJECT: State Transportation Improvement Program Fiscal Year 2009/10 Allocation Plan and 2010 State Transportation Improvement Program Fund Estimate STAFF RECOMMENDATION: This item is for the Commission to receive and file the FY 2009/10 Allocation Plan and 2010 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) fund estimate report. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Fiscal Year 2009/10 STIP Allocation Plan The FY 2009/10 state budget identified a shortfall in allocation capacity for the current fiscal year. Statewide the amount currently programmed in the 2008 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) for project allocations in FY 2009/10 is $722 million. However, the allocation capacity is $652 million. Given the current bid climate, there is a possibility that award savings can be used to cover the $71 million shortfall. To address FY 2009/10 allocation needs, the California Transportation Commission (CTC) approved an allocation plan at the October 14, 2009 CTC meeting. The allocation plan is based on a first-come/first served component primarily for construction. The allocation plan includes all Riverside County projects programmed for a construction allocation this year, with the exception of the 1-215, Scott Road to Nuevo Road, widening project as these funds were programmed in FY 2009/10 for the design phase. Riverside County projects programmed for construction in FY 2009/10: Agenda Item Project Amount (in millions) CTC Allocation Date Estimated CTC Allocation Date SR 91 Van Buren IC $16.1 10/14/09 N/A 1-10 Indian IC $13.656 12/09/09 1-15 Cal Oaks/Kalmia IC $21.990 04/14/10 "SR 60/1-215 E Jct $8.117 05/12/10 1-10 Date Palm IC $14.4 05/12/10 "An additional $20.7 million of Caltrans' STIP Interregional share is also programmed. Staff will continue to work with the lead agencies and Caltrans to ensure the timely delivery of the above FY 2009/10 STIP projects, and where possible, deliver the projects sooner than the estimated dates shown above. 2010 STIP Fund Estimate The 2010 STIP Fund Estimate identified a shortfall of regional and interregional funding. Instead of adding two years of additional capacity, the 2010 STIP FE requires shifting about 30% of the projects programmed in FY 2009/10-2012/13 to the last two years of the 2010 STIP period (FYs 2013/14 and 2014/15). 2010 STIP submittals are due from the regions to the CTC in February 2010. Staff will present 2010 STIP programming recommendations for FY 2010/11 through 2014/15 at the December 2009 or January 2010 Commission meeting. Agenda Item ·• • • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE November 16, 2009 AGENCY I TAC MEMBER I ALTERNATE PRINT NAME SIGNATURE BANNING I DUANE BURK IKahono Oei Director of Public Works BEAUMONT I KISHEN PRATHIVADI I Dee Moorjani Assistant Director of Public Works BLYTHE IJIMRODKEY I Kevin Nelson IJ,~ f<~J4 Public Works Director Assistant Public Works Director CVAG ALLYN WAGGLE Mike Shoberg CALIMESA I CARLOS ZAMANO Bob French City Engineer Public Works Director CAL TRANS ~ l~~.v~~C\I\ SEAN YEUNG IBill Mosby { e()" j{Jl/n J .,, L -{F-HABIBMOfLA City Engineer CATHEDRAL BILL BAYNE Pavel Hom CITY j3rLL gA'-~t-·H~ COACHELLA PAUL TOOR Tony Lucero &uL ~ Public Works Director CORONA KIP FIELD Robert Morin Acting Public Works Director Principal Civil Engineer DESERT HOT JONATHAN HOY ) ·t;-1-I SPRINGS Public Works Director /City &st ~f;e~ Engineer 11/5/2009 • • • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE November 16, 2009 AGENCY TAC MEMBER ALTERNATE PRINT NAME SIGNATURE HEMET MIKE GOW Victor Monz Principal Engineer INDIAN WELLS Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II INDIO JIM SMITH Tom Rafferty Director of Public Works Principal Civil Engineer LA QUINTA TIMOTHY JONASSON Nick Nickerson Jovt..t.<..~S ~ rf......:_)~ Public Works Director/City -( \-.M. Engineer LAKE KENSEUMALO --c7 ELSINORE City Engineer MENIFEE BRAD KUTZNER Jim Geyer Director of Public Works/ City Engineer ,,,,...-' MORENO CHRIS VOGT Prem Kumar ~ ""'M.. ~~~ /~ VALLEY Public Works Director/City Deputy Public Works Engineer Director/Assistant City ~ Engineer ~ MURRIETA PATRICK THOMAS Russ Napier rf}. \ ,,,_.\. \ti:i)¥,d) (k~6v--Director of Public Works/City Capital Improvement Engineer Program Manager NORCO BILL THOMPSON Lori Askew Director of Public Works Sr. Engineer PALM DESERT BO CHEN John Garcia ~ ~~· ~ PALM DAVE BARAKIAN Marcus Fuller Pave&~J0,, §#J___ SPRINGS Director of Public Works/City Engineer 11/5/2009 • • • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE November 16, 2009 AGENCY TAC MEMBER ALTERNATE PRINT NAME SIGNATURE PVVTA PERRIS HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer RTA MARK STANLEY Scott Richardson Director of Planning Planning and Program Manager ,,.~ ... RANCHO BRUCE HARRY Randy Viegas ~ #~ )L MIRAGE Director of Public Works Project Manager ~vc·lf.. l-lAJ~.'2-'f _.,./' ~ 'I -RIVERSIDE TOM BOYD Siobhan Foster Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer RIVERSIDE JUAN PEREZ Patty Romo COUNTY Director of Transportation Deputy Di rector of Transportation SAN JACINTO HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer SUNLINE EUNICELOVI Alfonso Hernandez Director of Planning Assistant Planner TEMECULA GREG BUTLER Dan York &~~ ~pJ.J!t_ Director of Public Works City Engineer WILDOMAR MICHAEL KASHIWAGI Diane Nguyen / Director of Public Works Transportation Programs Manager WRCOG RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER Deputy Executive Director 11/5/2009 ,. AGENCY Vf--PA Tu:~hv/oy;~~ 1J:vi C. (-c-1C -;ZCTZ ~· / . 7t-6 c~ &~:H_~ ~ ('_ ;r~n/1-u I I TECHNICAL AD.RY COMMITTEE November 16, 2009 NAME TELEPHONE OR E-MAIL Jlh4ft A~0lp~ V\'lctel.olr~ ~vrp'(.tu:inolojtti· C>Vvi .-c_·-~ ~µ /{' c;;;, e:F c-e_ A (v c;-pe0--~f{(!fJ-~µ;~ 11f11~AJ<l//J ~~c. ~ u / • 11/5/2009