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03 March 21, 2011 Technical Advisory CommitteeRECORDS • TIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 a.m. March 21, 2011 Beaumont City Hall Conference Room #2 550 East Sixth Street Beaumont, CA 92223 *By request, agenda and minutes may be available in alternative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS n Allison, City of Menifee Wave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Duane Burk, City of Banning Greg Butler, City of Temecula Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert Grant Eklund, City of Indio Kip Field, City of Corona Paul Goble, City of Indian Wells City of Hemet Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Jonathan Hoy, City of Coachella Tim Jonasson, City of La Quinta - Chair Savat Khamphou, Caltrans District 8 Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris and San Jacinto • Diane Nguyen, City of Eastvale Diane Nguyen, City of Wildomar Juan Perez, County of Riverside Kishen Prathivadi, City of Beaumont Brenda Ramirez, SunLine Transit Agency Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Michael Shoberg, CVAG Mark Stanley, Riverside Transit Agency Ruthanne Taylor -Berger, WRCOG Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta — Vice Chair Bill Thompson, City of Norco Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley Tim Wassil, City of Desert Hot Springs Carlos Zamano, City of Calimesa Commission Staff Anne Mayer, Executive Director Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager 90691 11.36.02 • 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: March 21, 2011 LOCATION: Beaumont City Ha11 Conference Room #2 550 East Sixth Street Beaumont, CA 92223 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 January 10, 2011 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. RCA MSHCP Update (Verbal Presentation) 6. SCAG 2012 RTP Development (Attachment) 7. FFY 10/11 Obligational Authority Delivery Plan (Attachment) 8. FY 10/11 Transportation Enhancement Projects — Allocation Status (Attachment) 9. Caltrans Local Assistance Report (Verbal Presentation) 10. 2011 FTIP Update (Attachment) 11. SB 821 Call for Project (Verbal Presentation) 12. Measure A MOE FY 2009/10 Base Year Calculation (Verbal Presentation) 13. Other Business • 14. Adjournment (The next meeting will be May 16, 2011, 10:00 a.m., in Riverside.) • MINUTES • • • TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, January 10, 2011 1. CALL TO ORDER The meeting of the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was called to order at 10:05 a.m. at Riverside County Transportation Commission, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA 92501. 2. SELF -INTRODUCTIONS Members Present: Others Present: Amer Attar, City of Temecula Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Bo Chen, City of Palm Desert Grant Eklund, City of Indio Kip Field, City of Corona Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley Victor Monz, City of Hemet Diane Nguyen, City of Wildomar Kahono Oei, City of Banning Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Patty Romo, County of Riverside Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Mike Shoberg, CVAG Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta Grace Alvarez, RCTC Brian Cunanan, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Kevin Hughes, City of Beaumont Eric Lewis, City of Moreno Valley Brian McKinney, City of La Quinta Shirley Medina, RCTC Diane Morales, Caltrans Roy Null, County of Riverside John Pagano, Caltrans Paul Rodriguez, Urban Crossroads John Standiford, RCTC Chris Sunde, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, San Jacinto Andrea Zureick, RCTC 3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Approval of November 15, 2010 minutes. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 10, 2011 Page 2 4. PUBLIC COMMENTS There were no public comments. 5. 2010 BUDGET ACT: REDUCTION TO PROJECT INITIATION DOCUMENT PROGRAM Shirley Medina, RCTC, introduced John Pagano and Diane Morales, Caltrans District 8, who briefed the TAC regarding the state budget reductions for Project Initiation Documents (PID) in Fiscal Year 2009/2010. Mr. Pagano and Ms. Morales stated that the PID funding for FY 2009/2010 is limited (finite amount) and is dedicated to the SHOPP , department sponsored projects, locally sponsored — reimbursable PID work executed through cooperative agreements, and STIP funded projects. For the upcoming Fiscal Year 2011/2012, the program will be based on the projects with agreements in place. Currently, PIDs without reimbursement agreements are on hold until next fiscal year. In response to a question regarding a PID template for reimbursable agreements, Ms. Morales said they are waiting for headquarters to provide this. 6. FY 2010/11 FEDERAL OBLIGATIONAL AUTHORITY PLAN/DELIVERY PLAN Andrea Zureick, RCTC, notified agencies that project milestone reports are required to be updated online by January 21, and she reminded the agencies that the reports provide critical information for development of the FY 2010/11 obligation delivery plan that will be submitted to Caltrans. 7. 2011 FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (FTIP) UPDATE Grace Alvarez, RCTC, stated that the 2011 FTIP was approved as anticipated on December 14. The 2008 RTP Amendment No. 4 was also approved and incorporated the project changes from the 2011 FTIP. Until the 2012 RTP is approved in the spring of 2012, the 2008 RTP as of Amendment No. 4 will be the guiding document that will determine what project changes can be made to modeled projects in the 2011 FTIP without impacting the current 2008 RTP. Other changes that require modeled element changes, including the changes to the completion date (open to traffic date) that result in the crossing of a model year, will have to be incorporated in the 2012 RTP. The RTP update will start in the upcoming months. She further reported that since the recent adoption of the 2011 FTIP, two amendments have been approved. The 2011 incorporated changes that took place after the 2011 FTIP was submitted, as well as the addition of the new 2010/2011 SRTP and the 2010 STIP, Amendment No. 1, was approved by FHWA/FTA on December 30, 2010. • • • Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 10, 2011 Page 3 Administrative Modification No. 2 included 28 projects with minor changes and its approval was secured by Caltrans on December 21, 2010. Ms. Alvarez also reported that a third formal amendment is scheduled for submittal January 11, and includes 19 projects with funding updates from the HBP, new projects for the City of Moreno Valley, and reprogramming of funds from FFY 2009/2010 to FFY 2010/2011. SCAG will be accepting alternating formal/administrative modifications on a monthly basis. She asked that the agencies refer to the schedule included in her staff report for upcoming submittal deadlines. Shirley Medina added that SCAG is working on its 2012 regional transportation plan. RCTC expects SCAG to provide a database with all the projects currently included in the 2011 FTIP and that we would work on that as far as updating the projects for the 2012 RTP. The RTP is the long range plan and the FTIP is the short range plan, but they must be consistent in order to make any changes to the FTIP. She further stated that shortly staff will send an e-mail to -the TAC with all the information on projects for the purpose of updating the 2012 RTP. 8. CALTRANS LOCAL ASSISTANCE REPORT John Pagano, Caltrans District 8, reported that two federal projects in Riverside County, I-10 Jefferson and Sixth Street, Corona were deobligated because they were inactive. There was no rescission of older earmarks. Anyone who has a Highway Bridge Program project must have their E-76 done before March 30th otherwise the funds programmed for fiscal year 2010/2011 will go to other projects that are ready to move forward with project implementation. Andrea Zureick clarified that the money is still there if the cities need to reobligate. Ms. Medina stated that an announcement went out January 7 by Carol Green to the local agencies about the South Tehachapi meeting, which is an all day meeting in San Bernardino. The agenda is currently being developed and that additional information will be sent to the local agencies when the agenda is finalized. 9. OTHER BUSINESS • TAC primary and alternate members' discussion. (Each city should have a primary and an alternate member, and the primary should be the one who attends the most.) • 511 Links on Local Agency Websites Shirley Medina requested that the agencies review the TAC roster and e-mail changes to Shirley Gooding, RCTC. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting January 10, 2011 Page 4 Brian Cunanan, RCTC, provided a pamphlet and information describing the Inland Empire 511 system that provides traffic information and commute options to over 150,000 web visitors and over 330,000 callers to 511 since its launch last spring. He further stated that this valuable transportation resource may be brought closer to constituents with a link from each city's website to 511. He requested that the agencies furnish their webmaster's contact information so that RCTC may coordinate with them directly on setting the links up. In response to a question regarding the pamphlets, Mr. Cunanan stated that pamphlets would be sent to those who request them. A question was asked of Patty Romo, County of Riverside, regarding the on -going efforts by the Public Works Directors to revise Best Management Practice (BMP) standards as it relates to storm water management. Ms. Romo stated that a committee is working on requesting exemption for minor projects and the Regional Water Board is receptive of the idea and understands the budgetary and physical constraints of these projects. The Regional Water Board directed the group to prepare the standards for their review. If the revision to the standards is approved, it would exempt certain projects from having to prepare a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPP). Regarding the SB 821 committee, Shirley Medina indicated that the issue of primary and alternate TAC members being on sub -committees should be resolved by March 2011. 10. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 10:50 a.m. Respectfully submitted, Shirley Medina Programming and Planning Manager • AGENDA ITEM 5 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 5. • AGENDA ITEM 6 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 21, 2011 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Andrea Zureick, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: 2012 RTP Project List Update STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and File. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: SCAG is in the process of updating the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), which is currently scheduled for adoption by the SCAG Regional Council in April 2012 and approval by federal agencies in June 2012. This effort involves reviewing and adjusting the planning assumptions, including the growth forecast, financial plan, and transportation projects and programs, to reflect the latest available information and regional priorities. SCAG is asking that the county transportation commissions take the lead in coordinating their respective countywide submittals for consideration in the 2012 RTP. The focus of this exercise is to update information on all of the regionally significant projects that were included in the 2008 RTP as constrained or unconstrained projects, and to submit additional projects, if any, for consideration in the 2012 RTP. Project sheets will be provided to facilitate this process. This task consists of the following steps: 1. Review the project sheets containing constrained and unconstrained projects from the 2008 RTP. Each agency will receive copies of the project sheets for projects within their respective jurisdiction. 2. Identify changes to project scope, cost, and schedule, including project completion or project deletion. All information fields must be verified and complete. If the project has been programmed in the Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP), identify the FTIP project ID number and whether the entire project or a portion of the project is programmed. 3. Identify any additional projects that you would like to be considered for the 2012 RTP. A blank form will be provided that must be filled out completely for the project to be added to the RTP. 4. Provide copy of project sheets with markups to RCTC staff for entering into the SCAG RTP database. You must provide a sufficiently detailed project description that includes project limits and location, cost, funding source(s), and schedule for completion. This information is necessary for SCAG to properly assess the RTP's financial constraint and regional emissions analysis, which are both part of the federally required conformity determination. The listing of projects and the schedule of completion for each project is critical, as those projects that are not included as part of an adopted and conforming RTP will not receive environmental clearance by the federal agencies and will not receive state or federal transportation funds. Additionally, the RTP must include all regionally significant projects, regardless of funding source, in its emissions analysis. The 2008 RTP includes over 750 projects for Riverside County, so review of these projects and modification of these projects in SCAG's RTP database will be a laborious task. Unfortunately, the time available for completing this task is very compressed. Please take note of the following schedule: • Week of March 14th: RCTC receives access to RTP database from SCAG, prepares project sheets, and distributes to local agencies for review. • March 21 — April 1: Local agencies review RTP project sheets and provide edits to RCTC staff. • April 1: Local agency project sheet markups due to RCTC. • April 1 — April 8: RCTC enters project changes into SCAG RTP database and coordinates with local agencies on data that is missing or unclear. • April 8: Riverside County project lists due to SCAG. RCTC will provide explicit instructions and background information to each agency when that information is available from SCAG. • • AGENDA ITEM 7 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 21, 2011 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Andrea Zureick, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: FY 2010/11 Obligation Delivery Plan STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and File. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Annually, each region or county has a target amount of federal funds that needs to be obligated (also referred to as OA). Regions have until May 1st each year to obligate their annual OA target, after which the OA becomes available for use by other regions within the state. The State has established this deadline in an effort to reduce the impact of the fourth quarter "rush" for obligations while also increasing the opportunity for the State to receive OA from other states that have low delivery, referred to as "August Redistribution". Therefore, while some projects simply cannot obligate earlier than the schedule allows because of issues such as environmental or right of way certification requirements, staff encourages agencies to obligate as early as possible to increase the likelihood that there will be OA available for the project. In fact, District 8 Local Assistance has asked that Requests for Authorizations be submitted by April to ensure that projects are obligated within the current federal fiscal year. It is crucial that project schedules incorporate potential issues such as the time required for environmental review and right of way certification to ensure that the schedules are realistic. Having access to accurate information regarding project schedules helps staff to develop contingency plans, such as OA loans between regions or project substitution, so that Riverside County does not lose access to federal funds. Likewise, the obligation delivery plan helps Caltrans to develop contingency plans for the state as well as anticipate workload for District staff. The final FY2010/11 obligation delivery plan is attached based on the most recent milestone reports. This is due to Caltrans by April 1, 2011, so any project schedule changes should be reported to RCTC staff by March 28, 2011. As always, RCTC staff is available as a resource to local agencies when navigating the federal process. Attachment: Final FY 2010/2011 Obligation Delivery Plan • CMAQ Delive • Attachment 1: FFY 2010/11 Delivery -Obligation Plan • Agency FTIP ID Project Phase Remaining FFY10/11 Submit RFA to Dist 8 Date D8 rec'd RFA Date RFA sent to HQ Date RFA sent to FHWA Riverside County RIV990701 SR60Nalley Way IC R/W Transfer R/W $500 5/25/2010 5/25/2010 TBD Riverside County RIV990701 SR60Nalley Way IC PSE Transfer PS&E $100 5/25/2010 5/25/2010 TBD Indio RIV071238 Ave 48 TS and Interconnect Cons $790 -- Obligated -- Indio RIV071239 Clean Vehicle Acquisition Cons $233 -- Obligated -- Caltrans RIV050555 I-215/SR-60 East Junction Cons $6,219 -- Obligated -- Riverside County RIV071259 Mecca Community Roundabout Cons $2,000 3/15/2011 Palm Desert RIV071243 WB Fred Waring Dr Rt Turn Lane RAN $111 4/1/2011 Palm Desert RIV071257 Interconnect System Cons $753 4/1/2011 Palm Desert RIV071262 Hwy 111 Improvements Cons $620 4/1/2011 Total Submitted this FY — Likelv Obligated Next FY $11,326 Agency FTIP ID Project Phase Remaining FFY10/11 Submit RFA to Dist 8 Date D8 rec'd RFA Date RFA sent to HQ Date RFA sent to FHWA Cathedral City RIV091202 Date Palm Dr. Signal Synch Cons $413 6/20/2011 Cathedral City RIV071247 East Palm Canyon Signal Synch Cons $247 6/25/2011 Desert Hot Springs RIV071236 Western Ave -Scenic Dr. Paving Cons $315 7/15/2011 La Quinta RIV091207 Madison St. at Ave 54 TS Cons $285 7/15/2011 Palm Desert RIV031208 1-10 at Monterey Ave IC Cons $2,069 8/1/2011 Indio RIV091208 - Jackson St. TS, Synch Cons $332 8/1/2011 Total $3,661 STPL Deliver Agency Project Phase Remaining FFY10/11 Submit RFA to Dist 8 Date D8 Rec'd RFA Date RFA Sent to HQ Date RFA sent to FHWA Riverside RIV071272 Riverside Ave Grade Separation R/W $6,900 -- Obligated -- Palm Springs RIV010213 Gene Autry Tr Bridge (reobl) Cons $384 9/29/2010 9/29/2010 TBD Palm Springs RIV011203 Indian Canyon Dr Widening Cons $1,936 1/6/2011 TBD Riverside County 46460 SR-79 Widening Cons $20,000 3/15/2011 Riverside RIV090101 Victoria Ave Utilities Undergrnd Cons $76 4/1/2011 Cathedral City RIV011212 Ramon Rd Widening Cons $1,524 4/15/2011 Riverside RIV070703 Iowa Ave Grade Separation Cons $3,550 5/1/2011 Total Submitted this FY— Likely Obligated Next FY $34,370 Agency FTIP ID Project Phase Remaining FFY10/11 Submit RFA to Dist 8 Date D8 rec'd RFA Date RFA sent to HQ Date RFA sent to FHWA Indian Wells RIV52001 Cook St Rehab Cons $92 8/1/2011 Cathedral City RIV52001 Ramon Road Improvements Cons $408 10/15/2011 Total $500 Total OA Required this FY $45,696 Total OA Available (est) $81,159 OA Balance $35,463 • AGENDA ITEM 8 • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 21, 2011 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: FY 2010/11 Transportation Enhancement Projects — Allocation Status STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the TAC support deprogramming TE funds from Hemet's State Street Multi -Use Path and Calimesa's Calimesa Boulevard Landscaping projects due to delays in the environmental phase and re -nominate these projects in the next TE Call for Projects. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: As part of the milestone reporting, staff evaluates project schedules to determine the amount of funds that will be allocated and/or obligated during the year to ensure Riverside County meets obligation targets set by Caltrans and prevent funds from lapsing. TE funds are federal; however, they are administered through the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Therefore, TE projects must be allocated by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) and obligated through the Caltrans Local Assistance process. Based on the milestone reports received from TE project sponsors, the projects scheduled for allocation this fiscal year are as follows: FY 2010/11 Planned Allocations Agency Project TE Amount Allocation Status RCTC Approval $(000's) Date Beaumont Historic San Timoteo Cyn $ 1,416 Submit Allocation Nov 2005 Bike/Ped. Facilities Request in Apr 2011 Calimesa Calimesa Blvd. Landscaping $ 236 PES not complete, has not received eligibility determination from Jan 2000 Caltrans Corona Magnolia/EI Camino Av $ 614 Submit Allocation Nov 2005 Beautification Request in Apr 2011 Hemet State Street Multi -Use $ 520 Delay in Jan 2000 Bike/Ped./Eques. Path Environmental phase Palm I/10 Monterey IC $ 378 Issues w R/W, submit Nov 2005 Desert Landscaping Allocation Extension Request Total $ 3,164 Remaining STIP programming for TE projects is as follows: FY 2012/13 P RCTC Greenway Corridor Project for PVL $ 1,113 On schedule Nov 2005 County of Riverside Santa Ana River Bike Trail $ 1,416 County reviewing alternate segment Nov 2005 Total $ 2,529 ote — No projects were planned for allocation in FY 2011/12 There are two TE projects the Commission carried over from the TEA-21 Call for Projects approved by the Commission in January 2000: Hemet's State Street Multi -Use Path project and Calimesa's Calimesa Boulevard Landscaping project. These projects have not completed the environmental phase and therefore cannot request an allocation for construction by the end of this fiscal year. As a result the TE funds will lapse and will not become available for programming until the 2012 STIP cycle. Additionally, if Beaumont's Historic San Timoteo Canyon Bike/Pedestrian facilities project and Corona's Magnolia/El Camino Avenue Beautification project are not allocated in June 2011, these TE funds will also lapse. Status of State Street Multi -Use Path - At the June 2008 TAC meeting, the TAC approved Hemet's request to rescope the Multi -Use path stating that the funding amount was insufficient to cover the project's cost, therefore, the city reduced the scope of work while maintaining the original local match commitment. The city also stated the project was scheduled to commence after the completion of the State Street widening and drainage improvement project, which was delayed. During the development of the 2010 STIP the city informed RCTC that the project would be obligated for construction in FY 2010/11. The city indicated that the Preliminary Environmental Study (PES) was approved in November 2010, however, additional technical studies have not commenced. The revised scope has received an eligibility determination from Caltrans Headquarters. Status of Calimesa Boulevard Landscaping - Per the January 2011milestone report, the city of Calimesa informed RCTC that they would be able to allocate the funds in FY 10/11. However, the city has not received an eligibility determination from Caltrans and has not completed the PES for this project. Given that the Hemet and Calimesa TE projects have not progressed beyond the PES phase and the funds will lapse, staff is recommending deprogramming these projects. Further if Beaumont or Corona does not submit their allocation requests in April for an allocation at the June CTC meeting, staff also recommends that these projects be deprogrammed since these funds will also lapse. The federal transportation bill is anticipated to be approved later this year, which will allow for programming of additional funds. Therefore, staff anticipates issuing a Call for Projects next year and supports the re -nomination of Hemet's and Calimesa's projects, along with any project that lapses this year, in the next TE Call for Projects. • AGENDA ITEM 9 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9. • • AGENDA ITEM 10 • • • RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: March 21, 2011 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Staff Analyst Andrea Zureick, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: 2011 Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP) Update — STAFF RECOMMENDATION, Receive and File BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Since the approval of the 2011 FTIP on December 14, 2010, RCTC has submitted five amendments to SCAG, totaling 123 projects. Three out of the five amendments submitted have been approved, leaving two formal amendment approvals pending, Amendment No. 3 and Amendment No. 6. For a complete listing of the amendment submittals, project descriptions, project changes, and approval dates, please refer to the attached 2011 FTIP amendment summary and associated individual amendment listings. SCAG will be accepting alternating formal amendments/administrative modifications on a monthly basis. The following is SCAG's schedule for administrative modifications/formal amendments up to September 6, 2011. Amendment No Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Est. Approval Administrative Modification No. 7 4/4/2011 4/12/2011 Early May 2011 Formal Amendment No. 8 4/18/2011 5/3/2011 Mid June 2011 Administrative Modification No. 9 5/16/2011 5/31/2011 Mid June 2011 Formal Amendment No. 10 5/31/2011 6/14/2011 Late July 2011 Administrative Modification No. 11 6/27/2011 7/12/2011 Early August 2011 Formal Amendment No. 12 7/25/2011 8/9/2011 Mid to late September 2011 Administrative Modification No. 13 8/22/2011 9/6/2011 Late September 2011 Attachment: 2011 FTIP Amendment No. 1— Amendment Log • • 2011 Federal Transportation Improvement Program - Amendment Submittals & Approval Dates 2011 FTIP Purpose Due to RCTC Due to SCAG Approved by SCAG Approved by CT/FHWA Final 12/14/2010 Amendment 1 Formal .Amendment - 10/25/2010 11 /02/2010 12/8/2008 12/30/2010 Amendment 2 Administrative Modification - 28 1 1 /22/2010 12/1 /2010 12/21 /2010 12/21 /2010 Amendment 3 Formal Amendment - 01 /03/201 1 01 /1 1 /2011 2/17/2011 Amendment 4 Administrative Modification - 1 project 1/24/2011 2/1/2011 2/15/2011 2/18/2011 Amendment 5 . Did .not include RCTC projects Amendment 6 Formal Amendment - 14 projects submitted 02/28/201 1 03/08/201 1 • • • RCTC Riverside County Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 • Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested Cathedral City RIV071245 PM-10 stabilization - north & south sides of Varner Rd. (Mountain View to Palm Dr.), & on the west and east sides of Palm Drive (Varner Rd to 1/4 mile N/O 1-10). Project deletion from the 2011 FTIP . Cathedral City RIV071247 Signal synchronization along East Palm Canyon from east Buddy Rogers to Alien Ave. New project in the 2011 •FTIP years. $32 Toll Credits used to match CMAQ In construction. Cathedral City RIV091202 Date, Palm Dr. Signal Synchronization at ten intersections on Date Palm Dr from Ramon Rd. to East Palm Canyon Dr. Cost Increase covered by CMAQ reprogramming from RIV071245 (RIV071245 deleted from the 2011 FTIP). $54 toll credits utilized for CMAQ match in construction. CVAG RIV090102 In the Coachella Valley PM-10 Program - Clean Vehicle Acquisition Program: Fleet acquisition of altemative fuel sweepers for regional street sweeping program of major arterials, New Project in the 2011 FTIP years. $259 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Corona RIV011241 In Corona on Auto Center Drive - Construct 4 lane overcrossing (grade separation) over existing BNSF tracks. New Project in the 2011 FTIP years Desert Hot Springs RIV071236 Western Ave - Scenic Dr. Paving project: New project in the 2011 FTIP years. $41 toll credits utilized to match CMAQ in construction. La Quinta RIV091207 Madison St at Ave 54 TS. New project in the 2011 FTIP years. $37 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Page No.1 2011 FTIP - Formal Amendment No: 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested Moreno Valley RIV011210 Realign Reche Vista Dr (Perris Blvd to North City Limits - Approx 2,450') & install signal (Perris/Heacock/Reche Vista Dr) New project in the 2011 FTIP years . Moreno Valley RIV041044 Perris Blvd widening - 2 to 6 Lns (Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral B to Cactus Ave.), including curb, gutter, sidewalk, signals, & medians. New project in the 2011 FTIP years Palm Desert RIV071243 Free right tum lane-WB Fred Waring Dr to NB Hwy 111 Cost change and schedule delay. $69 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Palm Desert RIV071249 Fred Waring Drat San Pascual Ave TS modification Deleted project - emission benefits couldn't be demonstrated Palm Desert RIV071256 PM 10 reduction and soil stabilization. Deleted Project - CMAQ eligibility denied Palm Desert RIV071257 Install interconnect conduit and fiber - optic cable in the area surrounded by Monterey Ave., Country Club Dr., Cook St., and Hwy 111. New project in the 2011 FTIP years. $97 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Palm Desert RIV071262 Hwy 111 Imp btwn the No. city limits and Larkspur Ln. New project in the 2011 FTIP years. $80 toll credits used to match CMAQ in construction. Riverside County RIV041043 Widen Reche Vista Dr 2 to 4 Ins (Heacock St/Perris Blvd-Reche Cyn Rd); widen Reche Cyn Rd 2 to 4 Ins (Reche Vista-Barton/Hunts); plus realign, signals, medians (PA&ED). New project in the 2011 FTIP years Riverside County RIV090903 Cajalco Rd. Widening from 2 to 4 through lanes (2 in each direction) from Temescal Canyon Rd. to 1-215, Including a continuous median left turn lane w/in project limits. Combined Project -Total Project Cost & Programmed amount Increased to reflect combined project phases on Cajalco Rd. $803 In toll credits used as local match in PA&ED; WRVTUMF funds deleted. Riverside County RIV090906 Cajalco Rd. Widening from two to four through lanes (2 in each direction) from Wood Rd. to Alexander St. Deleted Combined Project- RIV090906 & RIV090907 combined with RIV090903 (Above) Page No. 2 • • • • 2011 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested Riverside County RIV090907 Cajalco Rd. widening form two to four through lanes (2 in each direction) from Alexander St to 1-215. Deleted Combined Project - RIV090906 & RIV090907 combined with RIV090903 (Above) Riverside RIV090101 Undergrounding of existing overhead utilities on Victoria Avenue between Washington Ave and Maude St. New project in the 2011 FTIP years. Addition of $78 of STPL funds and decrease of $76 of City funds. Caltrans RIV100605 In Riverside County from San Bernardino County Line to Arizona State Line - Develop Corridor Master Plan for 1-10 (EA ON440, PPNO 0013H). ' New project from the 2010 STIP adoption by CTC on 5/20/2010 Murrieta RIV100106 I-15lLos Alamos Rd. bridge replacement & widening. New Project from the 2008 RTP A-3 Lake Elsinore RIV010206 At 1-15/Railroad Cyn Rd IC & I-15/Franklin St Description change Beaumont RIV050535 SR60/1-10 Potrero Blvd IC . Cost Increase Caltrans RIV010212 SR-91 - Adams to 60/215 IC - HOV. Lead agency change - RCTC to Caltrans RCTC RIV110122 1-215 Widening - Murrieta Hot Springs to I- 215/1-15 Jct. - Add a 3rd MF In SB direction. New project Caltrans RIV100606 1-15/1-215 in near Murrieta to SB County Line - Develop Corridor Master Plan for 1-215. New Project In the 2011 FTIP - Carry over from the 2008 RTIP A-44 RCTC RIV070309 1-215 Widening - Scott Rd. to Nuevo Rd. IC Add a 3rd MF In in each direction. Fund source change Caltrans RIV090902 SB Rte 215 from Blaine St off ramp to Blaine St. on ramp - extend the existing lane No. 4 (lane drop) to merge w/existing lane No. 4 g the !Blaine St. ramp. Cost increase Caltrans RIVLS08 Grouped project listing for safety improvements, shoulder improvement, pavement resurfacing and/or rehabilitation. Cost increase Palo Verde RIV110112 Fixed Route and Dial -A -Ride : Operating Assistance for Fiscal Year 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Palo Verde Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4) Page No. 3 2011 FTtP . Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested RCTC RIV090601 SCRRA Rehabilitation and Renovation of Track and Rolling Stock Signal Structure, Communication Plan, and Security System. Cost Decrease RCTC RN100602 Grouped Project Listing for purchase of office, shop, and operating equipment for existing facilities. Carry over from the 2008 FTIP A-44 - FTA 5310 Grouped Project Listing • / CTC approval of April 8, 2010 • Resolution No. G-10-08 RCTC RIV100604 Grouped Projects for purchase of new buses and replacement of existing vehicles or for minor expansion of the Sleet. Carry over from the 2008 FTIP A-44 - FTA 5310 Grouped Project Listing / CTC approval of April 8, 2010 - Resolution No. G-10-08 RTA RIV031207 Construct new Corona Transit Center at 31 East Grand Blvd. Completed Project - Transit Center open to the public on September 7, 2010. RTA RIV071286 Operating Assistance for the Hemet opportunity Project Express (HOPE). Cost decrease to reflect the actual FTA 5316 funding for FY 2009/2010 & 2010/2011 8 associated matching funds RTA RN071287 Capitalized Cost of Mobility Management for the Hemet Opportunity Project Express (HOPE) Bus. Completed Project - FY's 2009/2010 & 2010/2011 funding eliminated. RTA RIV090105 Job Access & Reverse Commute Program & New Freedom Projects Lump Sum for non- profit organizations. Cost Decrease RTA RIV090106 Job Access 8 Reverse Commute Program: Extended Service Program & Purchase of APC Software. Deleted Project- Duplicate project (funding included in RTA's 20102011 SRTP Operating Assistance, RIV110113). RTA RIV091211 Purchase three 40-foot CNG replacement buses and one replacement trolley. Project Description change - trolley replacement deleted. Prop IB - PTMISEA 17% match replaces STA match funding, RTA RN110113 Operating Assistance: Fixed Route and Dial- A -Ride - FY 20102011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4) • RTA R1V110114 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance - FY 2010/2011.2010/2011 Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA SRTP - Table 4) RTA RIV110115 Capital cost of contracting - FY 20102011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA 20102011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. FY 11-1) • Page No. 4 • • • 2011 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested RTA RIV110117 Purchase of 24 - Type VII Replacement buses for existing flxed route service - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. FY 11-2) RTA • RIV110118 Capital Maintenance Spares: Purchase of spare parts for rolling stock under the maintenance program - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. FY 11-3) RTA RIV110119 Capitalized cost of tire lease - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. FY 11-4) RTA RIV110120 Capital Maintenance Equipment: Purchase of various maintenance equipment - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved RTA 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. FY 11-5) RTA RIV110121 RTA Facility Improvements: Carpet replacement at the Riverside facility - FY 2010/2011. Ca over from 2008 FTIP A-50 p approved RTA (New project per 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. FY 11-6). Riverside RIV710101 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved Riverside Special Services 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4) SunLine RIV071266 Construction of new administrative office and transit hub at 32-505 Harry Oliver Tr., in Thousand Palms, CA. New project in the 2011 FTIP years. SunLine RIV090103 Job Access & Reverse Commute Program: Operating Assistance to provide extended night/guaranteed service program (FY 07 & 08 - 5316). Cost increase to reflect the FTA 5316 approved grant and corresponding 50% local match SunLine RIV090108 New Freedom Program: Operating Assistance to fund TRIP Program (FY 07 & 08 - 5317). Cost/funding decrease per SunLine's request SunLine • RIV110102 Purchase of one expansion paratransit vehicle to expend demand response service and one commuter bus to provide commuter service from the Coachella Valley to the Pass Area - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. SL 11-07). SunLine RIV110103 Furniture replacement - FY 11 - 5307, Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. SL 11-08) Page No. 5 2011 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 1 Approval Date: 12/30/2010 Agency Project ID Project Description Change Requested SunUne R1V110104 Purchase of major replacement tools, equipment and parts used in routine vehicle maintenance - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. SL 11-09) SunLine RIV110105 Fixed Route and Dial -A -Ride Operating Assistance for Fiscal Year 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4). SunLine RIV110108 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4). SunLine RIV110107 Rehabilitation of SunLine's fleet older buses. Cany over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. SL 11-01), SunLine RIV110108 Purchase seven expansion peratransit DAR buses for service expansion throughout the service area. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010f2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. SL 11-02). SunLine RIV110109 Purchase transit enhancement bus stop amenities - FY 2010/2011, Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. SL 11-03). SunLine R1V110110 Transit Security Enhancement project Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunUne Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP -Table 4, Project No. SL 11 04). SunLine RN1 t0111 Facility improvements - FY 2010/2011. Carry over from 2008 FTIP A-50 (New project per approved SunLine Transit Agency 2010/2011 SRTP - Table 4, Project No. SL 11-05). Page No. 6 • • • • 1* '''. R-TC WS - i- Riverside County Transponation Commission 2011 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 Approval Date: 12/21/2010 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Corona RIV011240 McKinley St. Grade Separation Cost increase per RCTC action of 6/9/2010 & schedule update Indio RIV091208 Jackson St. TS Interconnect & TS Install Cost decrease, schedule delay, & utilization of toll credits for the CMAQ match in construction Moreno Valley RIV041045 Perris Blvd Widening - Ironwood to Manzanita Cost increase & schedule delay Moreno Valley RIV080911 Heacock St Widening -San Michele Rd t Harley Knox Rd. Reprogramming of funding years for the engineering phase Palm Desert RIV071255 Mid Valley Bike Path Schedule delay Palm Springs RIV090401 Auga Caliente Cultural Museum Schedule delay Palm Springs RIV091205 Farrell Dr. right turn lane at Vista Chino Schedule delay Riverside RIV070703 Iowa Ave Grade Separation Schedule delay Riverside RIV071271 Streeter Ave. Grade Separation Fund source addition Riverside County 45590 1-10 at Date Palm Dr. lc - IC modifications and widening Fund source change Palm Desert RIV031208 1-10 at Monterey Ave. IC- IC Reconfiguration Fund source change Riverside County 47520 I-10/Jefferson St. IC - IC Reconstruction Lead agency change Temecula RIV031215 French Valley Pkwy IC - Arterial Phases Fund source change Murrieta RIV010204 1-15/California Oaks Rd/Kalmia St IC - Ramp reconfiguration . Fund source change Riverside County RIV990701 SR60/Valley Way IC - IC improvements Cost decrease Moreno Valley 32300 SR60/Nason St. IC - IC reconstruction Fund source change Moreno Valley RIV043052 SR60/Moreno Beach Dr IC Improvements Schedule delay Page No.1. 2011 FTIP - Administrative Modification No. 2 Approval Date: 12/21/2010 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Caltrans RIV050102 Green River Rd. Landscape Enhancements Fund source change RCTC RIV070308 SR91/711ct Improvements Fund source change Coachella RIV071246 Ave. 52 Grade Separation Minor change RCTC RIV050501 1-215 at SR74/G St IC Improvements Cost decrease Caltrans RIV050555 1-215 East Jct. Fund source change Caltrans RIVLS09 SHOPP Mandates Grouped Listing Fund source change Caltrans . RILS10 SHOPP Mobility Program Grouped Listing Cost decrease Caltrans RIVLS01 SHOPP Collision Reduction Grouped Listing Cost increase Caltrans RIVLS02 SHOPP Roadway Preservation Grouped Listing Cost decrease Caltrans RIVLS06 SHOPP Bridge Rehabilitation Grouped Listing Fund source change Caltrans RIVLSI3 SHOPP Pavement Resurfacing Grouped Listing Cost decrease Page No. 2 • • • • r_ RCTC _=--_- _ Riverside Conroy Transportation Commission 2011 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 3 Approval Date: Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Cathedral City RIV070302 Date Palm Dr. Widening - 1-10 to Varner Rd. Description change and schedule updates Cathedral City RIV091011 Date Palm Dr. over the Whitewater River Widening Schedule dealy & incorporation of HBP funding update of 11/10/2010 Moreno Valley RIV060122 Heacock St. over Perris Valley Storm Drain Lateral A - Bridge Replacement/Widening Schedule delay & Incorporation of HBP funding update of 11/10/2010 Moreno Valley RIV110125 Cottonwood Ave. Pavement Resurfacing - Indian St. to Kitchin St. New Project Moreno Valley RIV110126 Frederick St Pavement Resurfacing - Sunnymead Blvd. to Alessandro Blvd. New Project Moreno Valley RIV110127 Gilman Spring Rd. Pavement Resurfacing - Eucalyptus Ave. to 2,225 Ft. S/0 Virginia St. New Project Moreno Valley RIV110128 Heacock St. Pavement Resurfacing - Alessandro Blvd. to Cottonwood Ave. New Project Moreno Valley RIV110129 Iris Ave. Pavement Resurfacing - Lasselle St. to Via Dellago New Project Murrieta RIV031204 Guava St. Bridge Widening Minor change Palm Springs RIV010213 Gene Autry Tr. Widening from 1,700' S/0 UPRR bridge to Salvia Rd. Cost change/funding change Palm Springs RIV031206 s. Palm Canyon Dr. over Arenas Canyon South Drainage Channel - Bridge Replacement Reprogramming of R/W funds per HBP funding update of 11/10/2010 Page No. 1 z zu1 1 I- Ilk' - Formal Amendment No. 3 Approval Date: Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Palm Springs RIV090405 Vista Chino at Whitewater River - Bridge Replacement Cost decrease and incorporation of HBP funding update of 11/10/2010 Palm Springs RIV110124 Ramon Rd. Widening - San Luis Rey to Landau Blvd., including bridge replacement/widening New Project from the HBP fisting update of 11/10/2010 Palm Springs RIV990727 Indian Canyon Dr. Widening - UPRR X-ing to Garnet Ave. Cost increase and incorporation of HBP funding update of 11/10/2010 Rancho Mirage RIV091203 Monterey Ave. Sand Fencing New project in the 2011 FTIP years Rancho Mirage RIV110130 Widening of So. Bound Monterey Ave. - Dinah Shore to Gerald Ford Dr. New project Riverside RIV071272 Riverside Ave. Grade Separation Cost increase, reprogramming/reclassification of federal earmarks from R/W to construction, and utilization of toll credits to match STPL in R/W. Various Agencies R1V050201 Bridge Rehabilitation Grouped Project Listing Cost increase incorporating the HBP funding update of 11/10/2010 RCTC RIV62024 SR79 Realignment/Widening - Domenigoni Pkwy to Gilman Springs Rd. Minor change Riverside County RIV060124 On Sunset Ave at 1-10 from S/0 Ramsey St to 5/0 Lincoln St. - UC Split Project/Schedule Delay Corona RIV010208 I-15/Cajalco Rd IC Improvements Fund change Riverside County 46460 SR 79 Widening - Thompson to Domenigoni Pkwy Fund change RCTC RIV62024 SR79 Realignment/Widening - Domenigoni Pkwy to Gilman Springs Rd. Programming of additional obligation authority for DEMO- SAFETEA-LU Earmark (CA461). RCTC RIV071250 SR91/1.15 Improvemetns Cost increase Caltrans RIVLS01 Safety Improvements - SHOPP Grouped Listing Cost increase Pa .2 • • • RCTC iwersiae Candy r r/xoe cammiz+on 2011 FTfP - Administrative Modification No. 4 Approval Date: 2118l2011 Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Caltrans RIVLS08 Minor Program - Grouped Project Listing Cost Decrease • • • RCTC _2 Riverside County TrensporiaRon Commission 2011 FTIP - Formal Amendment No. 6 Approval Date: Agency Project ID Title Change Requested Calimesa RIV060102 County Line Widening Reprogramming of funding years. Palm Springs RIV090401 Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Deleted/Combined Project Palm Springs RIV090402 Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Combined project Riverside County RIV031202 1-10 Bypass South Reprogramming of funding years for PA&ED. Riverside County RIV031226 DeFrain Blvd. Reconstruction Deleted project Riverside RIV110116 Quiet Zone Xing Improvements New project Riverside County 47520 i-10/Jefferson St IC Reprogramming of funds & utilization of toll credits to match DEMO in PA&ED. Riverside County RIV110302 1-10 - new WB an and WB off ramps to Hobson Way, approx. 1,800' W/O existing ramps to Riviera Dr/Inspection Station. New project Moreno Valley RIV080902 SR60/Redlands Blvd. OC improvements Schedule delay Moreno Valley RIV080904 SR60/Theodore St IC Improvements Schedule delay Moreno Valley RIV080903 SR60/Gilman Springs Rd IC Improvements Schedule delay RCTC RIV62024 SR79 Realignment & Widening Advance Construction Conversion RCTC RIV070308 SR91/71 Jct - Replacement of EB 91 to NB 71 connectorw/direct fly -over connector and reconstruction of Green River Rd EB on -ramp. Fund source change Caltrans RIVLSI2 SHOPP Emergency Response Grouped Project Listing Cost increase • AGENDA ITEM ZI A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 11. • • AGENDA ITEM 12 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 12. e AGENCY I TAC MEMBER BANNING I DUANE BURK Director of Public Works BEAUMONT KISHEN PRATHIVADI Assistant Director of Public Works BLYTHE JIM RODKEY Public Works Director CVAG MIKE SHOBERG Transportation Program Manager CALIMESA CARLOS ZAMANO City Engineer CAL TRANS SAVAT KHAMPHOU CANYON LAKE I HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer CATHEDRAL BILL BAYNE CITY Public Works Director COACHELLA I JONATHAN HOY City Engineer CORONA KIP FIELD Acting Public Works Director DESERT HOT TIM WASSIL SPRINGS Public Works Director TECHNICAL ADV,ORY COMMITTEE May 1&,-2011 ~~/ ALTERNATE PRINT NAME Kahono Oei /(A-HONO 0€1' [Dee Moorjani I Kevin Nelson Assistant Public Works Director Ji "/,' Rc.Y-lke l Allyn Waggle Deputy Director I Bob French Public Works Director CarloJ -Ztt~11 o I Bill Mosby S av~t { K~11ntu&ti I Chris Sunde H~b; 17JLL \7A~H-~ ~~ Maritza Martinez Interim Public Works Director ~Yiht, /larh'ZJ-Robert Morin Principal Civil Engineer Daniel Porras e SIGNATURE 77 3/17/2011 e TECHNICAL AovfoRv COMMITTEE ~ ~j Ma\' 1-i: 2011 AGENCY EASTVALE HEMET TAC MEMBER DIANE NGUYEN Transportation Program manager ALTERNATE Michael Kashiwagi City Engineer Victor Monz Principal Engineer INDIAN WELLS I PAUL GOBLE Bondie Baker Assistant Engineer II Public Works Director INDIO I GRANT EKLUND I Tom Rafferty Public Works Director/City Principal Civil Engineer Engineer LA QUINTA I TIMOTHY JONASSON I Nick Nickerson Public Works Director/City LAKE ELSINORE MENIFEE MORENO VALLEY MURRIETA NORCO Engineer KENSEUMALO City Engineer DON ALLISON Public Works Director/ City Engineer Matt Simonetti CHRIS VOGT Prem Kumar Public Works Director/City Deputy Public Works Engineer Director/Assistant City Engineer PATRICK THOMAS I Bob Moehling Director of Public Works/City Engineering Manager Engineer BILL THOMPSON Director of Public Works Lori Askew Sr. Engineer PALM DESERT I BO CHEN Mark Diercks Transportation Engineer PALM SPRINGS DAVE BARAKIAN I Marcus Fuller Director of Public Works/City Engineer PRINT NAME v' c.-"rtJ"-~ o-~ loM J2a,Wu~ ~\A.A.. .J 01'\,tA..S: s ~ lA... ~Eu S~AL.o ~REM K~AAI( '7--o c~. f/1we .811fLlfKJAflJ SIGNATURE ~.~~ jt-£/1. .4-e 3/17/2011 -TECHNICAL AovfoRv COMMITTEE May 4&, 2011 AGENCY PVVTA PERRIS TAC MEMBER HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer ALTERNATE Chris Sunde RTA I MARK STANLEY Director of Planning RANCHO MIRAGE RIVERSIDE RIVERSIDE COUNTY BRUCE HARRY I Randy Viegas Director of Public Works Project Manager TOM BOYD I Siobhan Foster Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer JUAN PEREZ Director of Transportation Patty Romo Deputy Director of Transportation SAN JACINTO I HABIB MOTLAGH .,,/ Chris Sunde / SUN LINE City Engineer BRENDA RAMIREZ Assistant Transit Planner TEMECULA !GREG BUTLER IAmer Attar Director of Public Works Principal Engineer WILDOMAR ITIM D'ZMURA Diane Nguyen ~~/ PRINT NAME //~ $z11c"~ ~'7 ~&~ ~ x· ... ~""\ '[ f ... ~ fY\v Gtzel-i 13 ui' Lk:---e,_ Director of Public Works and Transportation Program City Engineer Manager WRCOG I RUTHANNE TAYLOR· BERGER m~v vAwti Deputy Executive Director W~L96 I f.{ZAC ~1$ tlf~~-~ SIGNATURE _,,, .. ~ -----------·-·) ~ ......._ __.,,,,,, .. ~· . ,..·" ~-'\.... \ 0 15~ ,,..., ~ c~ i L--t.--/' (...... ~-e L~)11