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06 June 15, 2009 Technical Advisory CommitteeTIME: DATE: LOCATION: TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING AGENDA* 10:00 A.M. June 15, 2009 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Administrative Center 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA Conference Room A, 3rd Floor *By request, agenda and minutes may be available in alternative format; i.e. large print, tape. COMMITTEE MEMBERS Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Duane Burk, City of Banning Greg Butler, City of Temecula Kip Field, City of Corona Mike Gow, City of Hemet Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Patrick Nally, Caltrans District 8 Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Jonathan Hoy, City of Desert Hot Springs Tim Jonasson, City of La Quinta Michael Kashiwagi, City of Wildomar Eunice Lovi, SunLine Transit Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris and San Jacinto Juan Perez, County of Riverside Kishen Prathivadi, City of Beaumont Jim Rodkey, City of Blythe Ken Seumalo, City of Lake Elsinore Jim Smith, City of Indio Mark Stanley, Riverside Transit Agency Ruthanne Taylor Berger, WRCOG Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta Bill Thompson, City of Norco Paul Toor, City of Coachella Chris Vogt, City of Moreno Valley Allyn Waggle, CVAG Tim Wassil, City of Indian Wells Carlos Zamano, City of Calimesa Commission Staff Anne Mayer, Executive Director Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager 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: June 15, 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. MAINTENANCE AND USAGE OF RIVTAM MODEL (Verbal Presentation) 6. STIP/ARRA UPDATES (Verbal Presentation) 7. 2009 MEASURE A MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT BASE YEAR (Attachment) 8. MEASURE A LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS FIVE-YEAR CIP (Verbal Presentation) 9. PROGRAMMING DATABASE (Verbal Presentation) Technical Advisory Committee Meeting June 15, 2009 Page 2 10. RTIP/RTP UPDATES (Attachment) 11. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE (Verbal Presentation) 12. COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS (Verbal Presentation) 13. OTHER BUSINESS 14. ADJOURNMENT (The next meeting will be July 20, 2009, 10:00 A.M., in Riverside.) MINUTES TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES Monday, April 201 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: Dave Barakian, City of Palm Springs Ed Basubas, City of Lake Elsinore Bill Bayne, City of Cathedral City Tom Boyd, City of Riverside Greg Butler, City of Temecula Mike Gow, City of Hemet Mark Greenwood, City of Palm Desert Patrick Hally, Ca!trans District 8 Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Alfonso Hernandez, SunLine Transit Agency Tim Jonasson, City of La Quinta Prem Kumar, City of Moreno Valley Bob Morin, City of Corona Habib Motlagh, Cities of Canyon Lake, Perris, San Jacinto Nick Nickerson, City of LaQuinta Kahono Oei, City of Banning Kishen Prathivadi, City of Beaumont Tom Rafferty, City of Indio Patty Romo, County of Riverside Michael Shoberg, CVAG Jim Smith, City of Indio Mark Stanley, Riverside Transit Agency Patrick Thomas, City of Murrieta Carlos Zamano, City of Calimesa Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 20, 2009 Page 2 Others Present: Grace Alvarez, RCTC Dug Begley, Press Enterprise Mark Chappell, City of Coachella Martha Durbin, RCTC Shirley Gooding, RCTC Aaron Hake, RCTC Kevin Hughes, City of Beaumont Chris Igbinedion, Caltrans District 8 Eric Lewis, City of Moreno Valley Shirley Medina, RCTC Basem Muallem, Caltrans District 8 Anne Schneider, Willdan Alex Serena, WRCOG Theresia Trevino, RCTC Andrea Zureick, RCTC 3. Approval of Minutes Approved as submitted. 4. Public Comments There were no public comments. S. REVISIONS TO THE 2009 MEASURE A LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS PROGRAM MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT GUIDELINES Theresia Trevino, RCTC, stated that as a result of a December 2008 request to the TAC that calculations for the new Measure base year Maintenance of Effort (MOE) requirement be made and provided to RCTC, responses have been received from all but 3 cities. There were a lot more petitions for special consideration compared to past years. When the MOE guidelines were approved in 2007, economic times were better. Many cities requested relief from the MOE requirement and legal counsel could not provide exemptions to not have to adhere to the MOE requirement. The MOE requirement is written in state law for the self help county sales taxes. The ordinance states, in section 7, The Maintenance of Effort: "The Commission, by the enactment of this ordinance, intends the additional funds provided government agencies by this chapter to supplement existing local revenues and required developer improvements being used for transportation purposes. The government agencies shall maintain their existing Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 20, 2009 Page 3 commitment of local funds for street, highway and public transit purposes pursuant to this Ordinance, and the Commission shall enforce this section by appropriate actions including fiscal audits of the local agencies." She further stated that with that in mind, as staff went through the various MOE calculations and petitions for special consideration, a few issues were found that required more clean-up on the MOE guidelines. One of the revisions is that the "base year" amount shall be no less than the preceding MOE requirement. In this case, for the first 10-year period, it cannot be any less than the 1989 MOE base year. Ms. Trevino provided a worksheet that offers some of the analysis that was done. Two changes were made to the requirements last week because of the definition of `extraordinary" and in trying to come up with some common ground. Fiscal year 2007/08 is still the starting point — the primary measurement. If, as several of the local agencies have indicated, the 2007/08 includes extraordinary expenditures, the local agencies can utilize the next alternatives which were in the previous guidelines but that now has changed the three years averaging to be 2004/05 through 2006/07. Basically, 2007/08 has been taken out of the equation. If the three -years that are being averaged do not provide a result that seems reasonable, the next step would be to utilize the 2006/07 local discretionary funds reported to the State Controller's office. Therefore, if you deem 2007/08 extraordinary, take out 2007/08 and do a three year averaging or use 2006/07 and/or petition for special consideration. Part of the clean-up language that was done was that if you do not meet your full MOE requirement, you will not be eligible for Measure A allocations in the following year. The carryover of the MOE was limited to the three preceding years rather than an unlimited carryover. Those, based on staff's review with legal counsel, were necessary. Staff will take the MOE guideline revisions to the Budget and Implementation Committee next week and to the Commission at the May meeting. She suggested that the cities review their MOE calculations based on the revised guidelines. Some cities did use a three year average or petitioned for special consideration. Getting revised submittals by May 22, would allow these MOE calculations to be taken to the Commission for the June meeting. CIP packages would be required for the July meeting, which will put everything in motion to start receiving payments under the new Measure starting in September. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 20, 2009 Page 4 With this announcement of the revisions to the MOE guidelines, the local. agencies have another opportunity to look at the MOEs. It is hoped that with these new guidelines there will be fewer petitions for special consideration. Ms. Trevino responded to various related questions. Motion to hold all the guidelines until May. 3 in favor of motion 10 opposed La Quinta abstained Ms. Trevino stated that if the above motion is passed, the cities cannot get their money until about October. She indicated that staff cannot take CIP packages to the Commission until there is a MOE. M/S/C (Gow/Harry) to define discretionary funding and to recommend five year average in lieu of 3 year average starting in 2007 going back five years, otherwise adopt proposed revisions. Theresia indicated that during this meeting she requested advice from RCTC's legal counsel and received a response that regarding the five year averaging, legal counsel does not have a problem with that. 6. FY 2009/10 SB 821 BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN FACILITIES PROGRAM PROJECT CALL REMINDER Martha Durbin reminded the TAC that she replaced Jerry Rivera as the SB 821 coordinator following his retirement from RCTC. She referred to the March 19, 2009 letter that she sent to all Public Works Directors and City Managers in Riverside County regarding the FY 2009/10 SB 821 Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities Program. She stated that approximately $1 million is estimated to be available for the program. The applications are due to RCTC no later than 2:00 p.m., Friday, May 1, 2009. She requested that three TAC members from non -submitting agencies volunteer to participate in the evaluation committee on May 27, 2009 8:30 A.M. She asked that volunteers contact her no later than May 1. Volunteers were: Bruce Harry, City of Rancho Mirage Caltrans volunteered someone from Local Assistance Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 20, 2009 Page 5 7. ARRA TE AND STIP TE PROGRAMMING FOR REMAINDER OF FY 2008/09 Shirley Medina, RCTC, stated that there are TE funds that need to be spent by June 30, 2009. The following projects are ready to proceed with construction and have been recommended for additional funding: • Palm Springs, Gene Autry Trail • Riverside, Alessandro Boulevard • Temecula, Winchester Road M/S/C (Motlagh/Harry) to approve programming additional ARRA TE and STIP TE funding to maximize and prevent lapse of both sources of funds. 8. FY 2008/09 OBLIGATION DELIVERY PLAN Andrea Zureick, RCTC, said that the FY 2008/09 Obligation Delivery Plan that was submitted to Caltrans Local Assistance on April 1, 2009 was compiled from the project sponsors on the current status of the projects. She asked that the local agencies review the projects and if there are any potential delays, let staff know as soon as possible. On June 1, STP and CMAQ funds that are available for RCTC becomes available to any agency in the state. After that, there is less of a guarantee that funding will be available to obligate. She further stated that $10 or $11 million is expected to come in for obligation after June. 9. 2008 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (RTIP) AMENDMENT STATUS Grace Alvarez, RCTC, reported that since the adoption of the 2008 Regional Transportation Improvement Program in November 2008, RCTC has processed four administrative modifications totaling 16 projects and five formal amendments totaling 212 projects. Six of the nine submittals have been approved. Formal amendment No. 9 was approved by Caltrans on April 10th — FHWA/FTA approval is anticipated by the end of this week. Formal amendment No. 12 that includes the ARRA transit projects is pending approval as well as the administrative modification No. 14 that includes minor funding adjustments to the ARRA-funded highway projects. Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 20, 2009 Page 6 She said that as soon as the amendments and administrative modification receive approval by the funding agencies, SCAG will open up the opportunity for regular (non-ARRA related amendments). At that time, RCTC will communicate this information to the local agencies via e-mail, requesting project changes for inclusion in the upcoming amendment. 10. CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESS Andrea Zureick stated that a requirement of the California Transportation Commission (CTC) is that whenever funds are being voted by the CTC for any phase after environmental, the completion of the environmental process must be verified and the project approved for future funding. She referenced the "Process for Submitting Environmental Information to the California Transportation Commission" attached to her staff report. 11. LOCAL ASSISTANCE UPDATE Chris Igbinedion, Caltrans District 8, stated that on the DBE approval, the turnaround is on a first priority basis. When projects are submitted to Local Assistance, the local agencies should follow up with the coordinator. The turnaround time is less than two weeks. 12. COMMISSION MEETING HIGHLIGHTS • HIGH PRIORITY PROJECT REQUESTS FOR FEDERAL AUTHORIZATION Aaron Hake, RCTC, said that the House Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee is in the midst of writing language for the next federal transportation authorization bill. He stated that the members of Congress are asking for high priority projects. His highlights included the following: • Vetting Commission Priority Projects • Congressional Criteria • Alameda Corridor East Grade Separations in Riverside County • Interstate 215 Corridor Improvements • Interstate 10 Corridor Improvements Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 20, 2009 Page 7 He further stated that the rationale for selecting those corridors is that the T&I has set high standards for what they will consider for high priority designations in the bill. He reviewed the Congressional criteria, e.g., • Is the project of national or regional significance? • How likely is construction of the project to begin during the term of the Act? • Is the project explicitly supported by the state or local government agency? At the direction of the ad hoc committee, and the Commission staff will begin preparing documentation to support each High Priority Project request. The Commission approved this three corridor concept and the projects within those corridors as well as direction of work with regional partner agencies in the development of a coordinated advocacy strategy. Due to the deadlines provided by the T&I Committee, time will be of the essence. The May 8 deadline for members to submit project requests to T&I likely means that Members will ask the Commission to submit its projects for review one or two weeks ahead of the May 8 deadline. Given that these instructions were given last week, it did not provide for a normal course for full Commission consideration before the May 8 deadline. The ad hoc committee's recommendation was taken to the full Commission. As the introductory paragraph to this staff report indicates, the timing of authorization activities has been a constant question since federal economic stimulus legislation began to be contemplated late last year. Despite Chairman Oberstar's assertions that the House will move quickly to pass a new bill, it is not yet known what Speaker Pelosi's disposition is and few details about the Senate's calendar (other than Senator Boxer's pledge to do a bill on -time) are known. 13. OTHER BUSINESS Shirley Medina stated that as part of the federal stimulus, RCTC is moving forward with a local stimulus which will utilize $18 million of Measure A that is currently programmed on the I-215/SR-74 Interchange. That project is also programmed for TUMF funds. Staff is looking at a way to replace the $18 million Technical Advisory Committee Meeting April 20, 2009 Page 8 in Measure A with the STIP. It will also be necessary to secure $14 million of the TUMF funds and staff is working with WRCOG. WRCOG will convene a meeting to review the priorities for the remainder of the year. Moving forward with the local stimulus will not occur until funding is secured. Ms. Medina indicated that staff will update the TAC at the next meeting. 14. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business for consideration by the Technical Advisory Committee, the meeting adjourned at approximately 11:30 A.M. The next meeting is scheduled for May 18, 2009, 10:00 A.M., Riverside County Transportation Commission, Riverside County Administrative Center, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA, Conference Room A, 3rd Floor. Respectfully submitted, CiAALLegitA2€441C, "ifilShirley Medina Programming and Planning Manager AGENDA ITEM 5 A presentation willbe made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 5. COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE TRANSPORTATION AND LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY Transportation Department Details for Agenda Item 5 RCTC TAC Meeting June 15, 2009 Riverside County Traffic Analysis Model (RivTAM) Juan C. Perez, EE., T.E. Director of Transportation 1. Introduction a) RivTAM background (validated to 2007, 2035 forecast, based on SCAG regional model, refined within Riverside County) b) Participants in RivTAM development process c) SCAG Conformity Achieved (mention letter and present highlights) 2. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Maintenance, Update, and Use of RivTAM 3. Formation of Ad Hoc Committee to select qualified consultants (Action) 4. Formation of Technical Task Force to establish sub -area model conformity guidelines' a) Responsibilities i. Develop guidelines to ensure conformity of sub -area models with RivTAM ii. On an on -going and as -needed basis, review sub -area models for conformity based on established guidelines i. Representation 6/12/2009 4080 Lemon Street, 8th Floor • Riverside, California 92501 • (951) 955-6740 P.O. Box 1090 • Riverside, California 92502-1090 • FAX (951) 955-3198 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION of GOVERNMENTS Main Office 818 West Seventh Street 12th Floor Los Angeles, California 90017-3435 t (213) 236-1800 f (213) 236-1825 www.scag.ca.gov Officers President Richard Dixon, Lake Forest First Vice President Harry Baldwin, San Gabriel Second Vice President Jon Edney, El Centro Immediate Past President Gary Ovitt, San Bernardino County Policy Committee Chairs Executive/Administration Richard Dixon, Lake Forest Community. Economic and Human Development Larry McCallon, Highland Energy & Environment Keith Hanks, Azusa Transportation Mike Ten, South Pasadena March 9, 2009 Mr. George Johnson Director, Transportation and Land Management Agency Transportation Department County of Riverside PO Box 1090 Riverside, Ca. 92502-1090 Re: Riverside County Transportation Analysis Model Dear Mr. Johnson, The purpose of this letter is to inform you of the results of the Southern California Association of Governments' (SCAG) review of the new Riverside County Transportation Analysis Model (RivTAM). SCAG's modeling staff has been actively participating in the development of RivTAM and also performed a detailed review of the Model's documentation and modeling results. Based on SCAG's participation and the model review, we believe that the Riverside County Transportation Model is consistent with SCAG's Regional Travel Demand Model. State and Federal regulations require model consistency for specific applications. Beyond the regulatory requirements, model consistency is universally accepted as sound modeling practice. Basing subregional models on existing regional models, helps guarantee model consistency, reduces model development costs, and greatly increases the credibility and defensibility of the subregional model. SCAG is especially interested in promoting the development of consistent subregional models, to insure that modeling analysis and project recommendations for inclusion into the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) are evaluated using similar modeling tools. SCAG has developed the Draft Subregional Modeling Guidelines explaining the benefits and considerations relating to model consistence; the key considerations are listed below: Model Methodology — To ensure model consistency, SCAG recommends that the model methodology be consistent with the Regional Model's methodology and parameters. RivTAM uses essentially an identical modeling methodology and framework as SCAG's Regional Model. Adjustments and refinements to model parameters were made to better replicate local travel. The Regional Council is comprised of 83 elected officials representing 187 cities, six counties, five County Transportation Commissions, Imperial Valley Association of Governments and a Tribal Government representative within Southern California. 11.18.03 Mr. George Johnson March 9, 2009 page 2 Model Inputs — A critical requirement of model consistency is that the subregional model use model inputs that are consistent with the Region's official forecast. RivTAM uses equivalent or identical model inputs. The socio-economic data is based on SCAG's adopted forecast which was further disaggregated into the County's finer subregional zone system. The highway and transit networks are essentially the Regional networks with the addition of local roads and minor transit routes. Model Outputs — The goal of model consistency is to ensure that the Subregional and Regional Models produce similar modeling results. Outputs from RivTAM and the Regional Model were carefully evaluated and compared. The model results from the two models are essentially the same. Model Documentation — Good/complete model documentation is essential for ensuring a thorough understanding of the model and greatly enhances the defensibility of the model. RivTAM is very well documented. The model documentation includes a thorough description of the inputs, modeling process, and model validation results. In addition, the documentation also includes a User's Guide. Model Review and Outreach — The RivTAM development process was guided by both a policy and technical advisory committee. The Committees were composed of the major stakeholders, modeling experts, and affected parties. Caltrans and SCAG were active participants in both committees. The County did a very good job of considering stakeholder input and was very open to comments. In addition, County Staff presented an overview of their Model at the September 24, 2008 Modeling Task Force Meeting, which was favorably received by Task Force members. SCAG has no specific authority to determine the consistency of a Subregional Model. However, similar to the other county -wide modeling efforts, the County of Riverside has chosen to develop a consistent model. The County should be commended for their efforts to work closely with the major modeling stakeholders including Caltrans and SCAG to develop a quality product that should meet the County's modeling needs for years to come. Based on SCAG's active participation in the model development process and our review of the model documentation, we are confident that the Model is both credible and consistent. SCAG looks forward to continuing our close working relationship which will not only benefit both of our modeling programs, but will also provide value to the entire Southern California modeling community. Sine Hdasha Director, Planning Methods, Assessment & Compliance cc: Farah Khorashadi DOCs #150047 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 MOU FOR RIVTAM MODEL MAINTENANCE, UPDATE, AND USAGE WHEREAS the Riverside County Transportation Department (RCTD), the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG), and the Coachella Valley Association of Governments (CVAG) jointly funded the development of the Riverside County. Traffic Analysis Model (RIVTAM) using TransCAD software, WHEREAS the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) participated actively in the development of RIVTAM by providing data, guidance, and review of RIVTAM materials, WHEREAS SCAG has attested that RIVTAM has been developed in conformance with SCAG modeling guidelines and procedures, WHEREAS SCAG wishes to ensure that any sub -area models developed for use in Riverside County conform to RIVTAM, WHEREAS RCTD, RCTC, WRCOG, CVAG, SCAG, and Caltrans agree that RIVTAM will be used as the Countywide tool for Transportation Planning purposes, WHEREAS RCTD, RCTC, WRCOG, CVAG, SCAG, and Caltrans wish that incorporated Cities in Riverside County use RIVTAM as the basis for their own transportation planning purposes where appropriate, WHEREAS RCTD, RCTC, WRCOG, CVAG, SCAG, and Caltrans wish that private entities, such as developers and consultants use RIVTAM as the basis for their own transportation planning purposes in Riverside County where appropriate, NOW THEREFORE, RCTD, RCTC, WRCOG, CVAG, SCAG, and Caltrans (collectively, the Agencies) agree as follows: RIVTAM Maintenance and Updates: RCTD will be responsible for the maintenance and update of RIVTAM, including the purchasing of a maintenance contract from Caliper Corporation, the developer of the software for 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 RIVTAM; RCTD, RCTC, WRCOG, CVAG will share the cost of maintaining and updating RIVTAM; RCTD, CVAG, and SCAG have licensing agreements with Caliper Corporation and have the capability to use RIVTAM; RCTC, WRCOG, and Caltrans would need licensing agreements with Caliper should they desire to use RIVTAM; RCTD will inform RCTC, WRCOG, CVAG, SCAG, and Caltrans when updates are made to RIVTAM; RCTC, WRCOG, CVAG, SCAG, and Caltrans will notify RCTD when they make any updates to RIVTAM so that RCTD can maintain an updated version of RIVTAM; The AGENCIES will not make any updates that are not in conformance with RIVTAM modeling concepts and assumptions; Periodic updates of RIVTAM will be made at such time as SCAG adopts new Socio- Economic forecasts in order that RIVTAM can be kept abreast of SCAG's Regional Modeling process; Since the AGENCIES anticipate the need to engage the services of consultants from time to time to run RIVTAM, the AGENCIES will establish a list of three to five consulting firms qualified to perform such services and use no consultants other than those on the list of qualified consultants; RCTD will lead the AGENCIES' joint effort to compile the list of qualified consultants, by issuing a Request for Qualifications and forming a selection committee; Riverside County Cities and private entities that have a need to use RIVTAM, will be asked to select a consultant from the AGENCIES' list of qualified consultants; Use of RIVTAM by entities other than the AGENCIES: The AGENCIES will establish guidelines for the use of RIVTAM by entities other than the AGENCIES; As the entity responsible for the maintenance and update of RIVTAM, RCTD will develop guidelines for procedures for the use of RIVTAM by entities other than the AGENCIES; 1 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 RIVTAM data files will be released only to the AGENCIES and to the consultants on the AGENCIES' list of qualified consultants; Any data requests such as daily and peak hourly traffic volume forecasts from completed RIVTAM runs will be made available to Cities or private entities, but a payment to defray the cost of information retrieval and transmittal will be requested; Alternatively, Cities may contract directly with the consultants on the AGENCIES' list of qualified consultants to make the necessary RIVTAM runs; Any requests that require making additional RIVTAM runs will be honored upon the payment of a negotiated fee payable to RCTD or one of the consulting firms on the list of qualified consultants; Technical Guidelines The AGENCIES will require that any entity that develops a sub -area model based on RIVTAM for its own use must demonstrate, by submitting appropriate documentation, that the entity's model is in conformance with RIVTAM before the model can be used for any purpose that affects the AGENCIES; Conformity documentation will be reviewed and a conformity determination will be made jointly by an appointed committee of the AGENCIES; Conformity guidelines will be developed by a technical task force that may include representatives of the AGENCIES, Riverside County cities, members of the consultant community, and others. // // // // // // // *- 6 Raiding Prop 42 jeopardizes $746 million in Riverside County transportation projects If the Legislature "borrows" transportation dollars to fill the budget shortfall, it will delay thousands of jobs in Riverside County planned on critical infrastructure projects and have a domino effect on future congestion relief projects. The State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is funded by Prop 42. Many of these projects are also reliant on state bonds, which if delayed by the budget crisis could have a devastating effect. If Prop 42 is diverted to the general fund and the state cannot sell bonds, the California Transportation Commission (CTC) will have to delay funding to projects. Delaying infrastructure projects is more costly to the state in the long run, and stifles job growth that will lead our region's recovery. Riverside County Job -Creating Infrastructure Projects At -Risk in Budget Crisis Project FY 09/10 FY 10/11 SR-74/G St Interchange Reconfiguration $34,315,000 Auto Center Drive Grade Separation (Corona) $27,280,000 Iowa Ave Grade Separation (Riverside) $24,500,000 $ - I-10/Indian Canyon Dr Interchange Reconfiguration $30,762,000 $ - 1-10/Date Palm Dr Interchange Reconstruction $27,000,000 $ - 1-215/California Oaks/Kalmia St Interchange $27,529,000 $ - SR-60 East Junction HOV Direct Connectors $50,085,000 $ - I-215/Scott Rd to Nuevo Rd Lane Addition $200,000,000 $ - French Valley Parkway Interchange Construction (1-15/1-215) $ - $104,958,000 I-215/Murrieta Hot Springs Rd to Scott Rd Lane Addition $ - $55,100,000 SR-91: Adams to SR-60/I-215 HOV Lanes Construction $ - $191,744,000 Perris Valley Line Metrolink Extension $ - $153,092,000 SR-91/SR-71 Connectors $ - $106,000,000 Total Dollars at Risk by FY $387,156,000 $645,209,000 Total Dollars at Risk in Riverside County $1,032,365,000 Domino Effect: Lack of funding in FY 09/10 will push projects back to FY 10/11, creating an 'overflow' of demand on the STIP, jeopardizing FY 10/11 projects as well. Anti -Stimulus: Federal economic recovery legislation requires that California certify "maintenance of effort" with regard to transportation funding levels. Depleting state transportation funds could endanger $2.5 billion of federal funds, including $100 million in Riverside County. Don't put Califomia's federal stimulus money at risk. Makes the Budget Worse: Proposition 1A allows the Legislature three years to repay transportation loans (with interest) to the general fund. We would not expect the Legislature to make transportation whole again until FY 12/13. By then, the damage will be done to Riverside County's transportation projects and construction industry jobs with costly delays. What will the state actually have saved once they repay this commitment? 6wnils tardy Tramperieiim CanMiniss For more information please contact RCTC Executive Director Anne Mayer at amaver@rctc.org or (951) 787-7141 or Government Relations Manager Aaron Hake at ahakeerctc.orq or (951) 787-7965. Let's work with our Legislators to find a real budget solution and fulfill the will of the voters who approved Propositions 42, IA and 1B - cutting transportation will not balance the budget. AGENDA ITEM 6 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 6. AGENDA ITEM 7 RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DATE: June 15, 2009 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager THROUGH: Cathy Bechtel, Project Development Director SUBJECT: 2009 Measure A Maintenance of Effort Base Year STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the Technical Advisory Committee approve: 1) Adhering to the 1989 Maintenance of Effort (MOE) Base Year for fiscal year 2009/10 only; and 2) For cities incorporated after 1989, using the Proposition 42 MOE amounts for fiscal year 2009/10 only. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: At the May 11, 2009 Special TAC meeting, the TAC recommended maintaining the 1989 MOE base year after extensive discussion regarding the State Controller Streets Report and the inconsistencies and variances involved in the development and reporting of street expenditures by the State Controller. Further, the TAC recommended allowing more time in reviewing different calculation methodologies to determine the best base year methodology to use until the next review cycle in 2010. There are four cities that did not have a MOE base because they were incorporated after 1989. These cities are: Calimesa, Canyon Lake, Murrieta, and Temecula. Staff reviewed different calculation methodologies to apply for fiscal year 2009/10 and is recommending the use of an existing MOE base year that cities currently comply with to receive their Proposition 42 funds. The Proposition 42 MOE is based on the State Controller's Streets Report averaging general fund expenditures for fiscal years 1996/97 — 1998/1999. The newly incorporated cities of Wildomar and Menifee will not have a MOE base year until such time that a three year history of expenditures has been reported. Attached are the recommended MOE base year amounts for the cities. Staff will continue to work with the TAC to develop and approve MOE base years for fiscal years 2010/11 — 2019/20. Fiscal Year 2009/10 Measure A Maintenance of Effort Western County Agency 2008 Meas A LSR Allocation Banning $ 692,058 Beaumont $ 686,232 Calimesa $ 174,462 Canyon Lake $ 222,567 Corona $ 4,790,068 Hemet $ 1,972,391 Lake Elsinore $ 1,296,326 Moreno Valley $ 4,264,317 Murrieta $ 2,516,817 Norco $ 828,871 Perris $ 1,303,501 Riverside $ 8,433,571 San Jacinto $ 749, 541 Temecula $ 3,342,016 Coachella Valley RCTC/TAC FY 2009/10 Recommendation 1989 MOE Prop 42 Base Year MOE $ 164,325 - $ 70,702 - N/A 7,294 N/A 6,063 $ 1,784,399 - $ 1,183,605 - $ 503,339 - $ 943,143 - N/A 52,625 $ 1,259 - $ 399,945 - $ 12,449,203 - $ 143,347 - N/A 2,785,034 Agency 2008 Meas A LSR Allocation '.' 1989 MOE Base Year Cathedral City $ 1,439,622 ,$ 625,230 Coachella $ 535,351 $ 69,663 Desert Hot Spr $ 387,365 ; $ 57,586 Indian Wells $ 228,694 ' ', ytit $ 55,962 Indio $ 1,543,704 $ 465,763 Palm Desert $ 2,408,250 ,, '' $ 904,798 Palm Springs $ 1,707,300 $ 1,892,584 Rancho Mirage $ 888,711 "' $ 1,191,036 Palo Verde Valley Blythe $ 756,219 $ 475,677 AGENDA ITEM 8 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 8. AGENDA ITEM 9 A presentation will be made but there is no attachment to the agenda for item 9. AGENDA ITEM 10 RIVERS/DE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMM/SS/ON DATE: June 15, 2009 TO: Technical Advisory Committee FROM: Grace Alvarez, Staff Analyst Andrea Zureick, Senior Staff Analyst THROUGH: Shirley Medina, Programming and Planning Manager SUBJECT: 2008 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) and STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Receive and File BACKGROUND INFORMATION: 2008 RTIP Since approval of the 2008 RTIP (short-range transportation program) in November 2008, SCAG has processed seventeen amendments. The attached table reflects the status of the 2008 RTIP Amendments. Also included is a listing of projects submitted to SCAG for inclusion in the 2008 RTIP Amendment No's 1-17. 2008 RTP SCAG is intending to initiate Amendment 2 to the 2008 RTP (long-range transportation plan) in the coming months. RCTC has tentatively established June 26th as the due date for RTP project amendment requests in anticipation of a July due date to SCAG. This is the opportunity to add new projects to the RTP or make changes to scope, schedule, and cost to both RTP and RTIP modeled projects, so special attention should be paid to projects that may be going through the PSR or environmental process in the next year, projects that are experiencing schedule delays and will need to be moved out, or projects that may have recently been awarded state or federal funds that are not already in the RTP/RTIP. The RTP and RTIP can become real sticking points for delivery, so this is an important effort. Please pay particular attention to: 1) RTP and RTIP Projects that will require PSR approval, federal sign -off of an environmental document, or federal funding - The project description, total project cost, and the current schedule must be shown correctly in the RTP and RTIP before PSR and environmental sign -offs and before obligation of federal funds. 2) Completion Dates - A project completion date (open to traffic date) cannot be moved past the model year without an RTP amendment. Completion dates would typically be verified before approval of the environmental document and during programming of the construction funding. The model years for the 2008 RTP are: 2008 2009 2010 2012 2014 2020 2030 2035 For example, if a project completion date needs to be changed from 2010 to 2011 in the RTIP, an RTP amendment is required to move the project from the 2010 to the 2012 modeling year before that change can be made. This only applies to modeled projects and is based on calendar year. 3) Capacity enhancing or regionally significant projects that need to be added to the RTP or RTIP - These projects must be listed in the RTP before they can be added to the RTIP. The following types of facilities are considered regionally significant and should be included in the RTP: - Freeways - State Highways - Principle Arterial (8-lane arterial) - Major Arterial (6-lane arterial) - Major Access Routes - Goods Movement Routes - Intermodal Transfer Facilities Fixed Transit Routes SCAG expects the amendment process to be complete six to eight months after the amendment is submitted to SCAG. 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 11/17/2008 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 03/11/2009 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 03/11/2009 03/20/2009 04/20/2009 04/30/2009 Amendment 13 Administrative Modification — 1 project 04/01/2009 04/03/2009 04/08/2009 04/08/2009 600Z/80/90 600Z/90/90 600Z/ZZ/90 600Z/8Z/170 spafoad £ 1. — uopoWpolN angea}siuiwpy Li. }uawpuewy 6uipued 6uipued 600Z/1.1/90 600Z/8Z/170 s�oafoad £5 — Tuawpuawy lewaod 91. luawpuewy -- speroad Alunoo apisJeAN apnloui Tou pia -- squaw}snipe yy�ly — wewpuewy lewaod 91. }uawpuawy 600Z/ZZ/17 600Z/ZZ/170 600Z/51-/t70 600Z/t71/170 speraad y?:12:1y 9 — uopoiApolAl ann.agsiuiwpy 171, wewpuewy dMHd/1.0 Aq panoaddy J`dOS Aci panoaddd o an ovos } a o am 1 and asodand �uawnooa dlill 800Z 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO. 1 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Banning Calimesa Cathedral City Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Palm Desert Calimesa Calimesa Beaumont Caltrans Riverside County Riverside County Caltrans Palm Desert Coachella RCTC Murrieta Lake Elsinore Lake Elsinore Project ID RIV060124 RIV060102 RIV011212 RIV041044 RIV041045 RIV071240 RIV080905 RIV080906 RIV080907 RIV080908 RIV080909 RIV080910 RIV080911 RIV080912 RIV080913 RIV080914 RIV080915 RIV080916 RIV080917 RIV080918 RIV071248 RIV060117 RIV060116 RIV060115 RIV010210 45580 45590 45600 RIV031209 RIV030901 RIV071267 RIV080901 RIV010206 RIV060109 Title Approval Date: 1/14/09 Sunset Ave Grade Separation County Line Widening Ramon Rd. Widening (Date Palm Dr. to Da Vali) Perris Blvd. Widening (PVSD Lat. B to Cactus) Perris Blvd. Widening (Ironwood to Manzanita) EB Cactus Ave. Widening (Veterans Way to Heacock) Alessandro Blvd. Widening (Old 215 to Frederick) Alessandro Blvd. Widening (500' E & W of Kitching) Alessandro Blvd.. (Nason to Gilman Springs Rd.) Gilman Springs Widening (SR60 to Alessandro) Gilman Springs Widening (Alessandro to Bridge) Heacock St. Widening (Cactus to San Michele Rd.) Heacock St. Widening (San Michele Rd. to Oleander) Box Springs Rd. Widening (500' W/Clark & Day St.) Ironwood Widening (Day to Barclay) Ironwood Ave. Widening (Heacock St. to Perris Blvd) Ironwood Ave. Widening (Perris Blvd. to Nason St.) Laselle St. Widening - JFK to Alessandro Blvd) Moreno Beach Dr. Widening (Cactus to Auto Mall) Redlands Blvd. Widening (SR60 to Cactus Ave) Monterey Ave. & Fred Waring Dr. Channelization Improvements 1-10/Singleton Rd. IC I-10/Cherry Valley Blvd. IC I-10/Oak Valley Parkway IC I-10/Morongo Parkway IC I-10/Gene Autry Tr/Palm Dr. IC 1-10 at Date Palm Dr. IC I-10/Bob Hope Dr. IC I-10/Portola Ave. IC I-10/McNaughton Pkwy IC 1-15 - SBD Co Line to Jct I-15/1-215 - HOT Lns I-15/Murrieta Hot Springs Rd IC I-15/Railroad Canyon Rd. IC & I-15/Franklin St. I-15/SR74 IC 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO. 1 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Project ID Corona RIV010208 I-15/Cajalco Rd. IC Moreno Valley RIV041052 SR60/Nason St. IC + Moreno Beach Dr. IC Moreno Valley 32300 SR60/Nason St. IC Moreno Valley RIV080902 SR60/Redlands Blvd. IC Moreno Valley RIV080904 SR60/Theodore St. IC Moreno Valley RIV080903 SR60/Gilman Springs Rd. IC Riverside County 46460 SR79 Widening (2-4) - Thompson to Domenigoni Pkwy Caltrans RIV060101 SR86/Airport Blvd. IC Coachella RIV061159 SR86/Avenue 50 IC RCTC RIV071250 SR91/115Improvements RCTC RIV070308 SR91/71 Jct - Replace EB 91 to NB 71 connector W/Flyover connector RCTC RIV070309 1-215 Widening - Scott to Nuevo Rd. IC (2-3 lanes ea. Dir) Riverside County RIV050534 I-215/Newport Rd. IC RCTC RIV071276 1-215 Nuevo Rd to Box Springs Rd. - Construct 2 HOV lanes Riverside County RIV060120 I-215/Van Buren Blvd. IC Widening (2-4 lanes) Moreno Valley RIV050533 I-215/Cactus Ave. IC Widening (3-6 lanes) Title Approval Date: 1/14/09 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.2 Riverside County Transportation Commission esu Riverside County Tronsporiolion Commission Agency Beaumont Cities & County Cities & County Cities & County Corona Corona Indio La Quinta Moreno Valley Palm Desert Palm Desert Riverside County Riverside County Riverside County Riverside County Riverside County Riverside County RCTC RCTC Riverside Riverside Riverside Riverside Riverside Riverside Riverside Riverside Riverside Temecula Palm Springs Palm Desert Indio Temecula Temecula Murrieta RCTC Project ID RIV070301 RIV031223 RIV070710 RIV52001 RIV010209 RIV011241 RIV071238 RIV071268 RIV011210 RIV071255 RIV071262 RIV031226 RIV060123 RIV071259 RIV071278 RIV071285 RIV071288 RIV041047 RIV061162 RIV070703 RIV071269 RIV071271 RIV071272 RIV071280 RIV071281 RIV071282 RIV990703 RIV080601 RIV031216 RIV62036 RIV031208 47520 RIV62031 RIV031215 RIV010204 46360 Title Oak Valley Park @ Noble Creek - Bridge Replacement STPL Lump Sum Listing for Riverside County HSIP - Riverside County Lump Sum Projects STPL Lump Sum Listing for Riverside County Foothill Parkway Westerly Extension Auto Center Dr. Grade Separation Ave. 48 Traffic Signal Interconnect & Traffic Signal Installation Hwy 111 Signal Interconnect Reche Vista Dr. Realignment Mid Valley Bike Path Hwy 111 Improvements (Northern CL to Larkspur Ln) De Frain Blvd. Reconstruction & Channelization Improvements Clay St. Grade Separation Mecca Community Roundabout Magnolia Ave. Grade Separation Ave. 56 Grade Separation Ave. 66 Grade Separation STIP-TE Riverside County Lump Sum Projects UCR Intellishare System Iowa Ave. Grade Separation Third Street Grade Separation Streeter Ave. Grade Separation Riverside Ave. Grade Separation Mary Street Grade Separation Magnolia Ave. Grade Separation Columbia Ave. Grade Separation Jurupa Ave. Grade Separation Estudillo Mansion Heritage Park Rancho California Rd. Pavement Rehab 1-10/Indian Cyn Dr. IC I-10/Monterey Ave. IC 1-10/Jefferson St. IC I-15/SR 79 So. IC French Valley Pkwy IC/Arterial Phases I-15/California Oaks Rd/Kalmia St. IC SR60 from Rt. 215 to Redlands Blvd - Add 2 HOV Lns Approval Date: 2/2/09 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO. 2 Riverside County Transportation Commission MEWMei* Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Moreno Valley Beaumont RCTC Riverside County Caltrans RCTC Murrieta Murrieta RCTC RCTC Caltrans Caltrans Caltrans Caltrans Caltrans RCTC RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA Project ID RIV071242 RIV050535 RIV62024 RIV071279 RIV050102 RIV010212 RIV071277 RIV010203 RIV050501 RIV050555 RIVLS01 RIVLS08 RIVLS10 RIVLS02 RIVLS06 RIV520109 RIV031207 RIV041029 RIV050553 RIV061124 RIV071201 RIV071202 RIV071206 RIV071211 R IV071219 RIV071233 RIV071284 RIV071286 RIV071287 RIV080602 RIV080603 RIV080604 RIV080927 RIV080928 RIV080929 RIV990902 Title Indian St. X-ing Reconstruction SR60/1-10 - Potrero Blvd. IC SR79 Realignment (Domenigoni Pkwy to Gilman Springs Rd) SR86/SR195 (66th Ave) - New IC Green River Rd. Landscape Enhancements SR91 - Adams to 60/215 IC - Add HOV Lns 1-215 @ Los Alamos Rd. IC - Landscape Improvements I-215/Clinton Keith Rd. IC 1-215 @ SR74/G St. IC 1-215 & SR60 - Jct Reconstruction to provide 2 HOV Direct. connector Lns. SHOPP - Collision Reduction Projects Lump Sum Minor Projects Lump Sum SHOPP - Mobility Projects Lump Sum SHOPP - Roadway Preservation Projects Lump Sum SHOPP - Bridge Preservation Projects Lump Sum San Jacinto Branch Line for Rail Passenger Service Corona Transit Center @ 31 E. Grand Blvd. Riverside Transit Center - Downtown Metrolink Station Temecula Transit Center @ 27199 Jefferson Ave. Operating Assistance - FY 07/08 Operating Assistance - FY 08/09 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance - FY 2008/2009 Replacement Support Vehicles Capitalized Cost of Tire Lease - FY 2008/2009 Debt Financing - FY 2008/2009 Purchase one replacement full size bus for the City of Calexico Operating Assistance - FY 2005/2007 (Carry over into the 2008 RTIP) Operating Assistance for the Hemet Opportunity Project Express Capitalized cost of Mobility Management for the Hemet Opportunity Project Express Purchase 8 Type VII, 26 passenger mid -size vehicles for Routes 212 & 214 Purchase 6 40-ft. CNG replacement buses for the Express/BRT Service Purchase 10 - 40 ft. CNG Expansion buses to implement Express and/or BRT Svc Maintenance Facility Upgrades - Hemet & Riverside Upgrade and replace Oracle Servers & Implement data center server virtualization syst Purchase 9 - 40 Ft. CNG Expansion buses to implement express and/or BRT service Perris Multi -Modal Transit Facility Approval Date: 2/2/09 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO. 2 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Riverside Riverside Riverside Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Project ID RIV080922 RIV080925 RIV080926 RIV061154 RIV071225 RIV071226 RIV071227 RIV071228 IRV071229 RIV071230 RIV071232 RIV071264 RIV071265 RIV071283 RIV080919 RIV080920 RIV080921 RIV080923 Title Purchase replacement office & misc. equipment Purchase communication equipment for drivers and dispatchers Construct fleet bay for paratransit vehicles Operating Assistance - FY 2007/2008 Purchase 11 expansion buses Purchase 7 replacement Alt -Fuel, CNG, Non -revenue support vehicles Purchase 3 expansion Alt -Fuel, CNG, Non -revenue support vehicles Purchase 7 Expansion paratransit DAR buses Purchase transit enhancement bus stop amenities Purchase computer & office equipment Facility Improvements CNG buses for the Fred Waring Express Bus Service Low floor CNG buses for new service from Mecca to Indio Operating Assistance to provide community based flex route in Desert Hot Springs Fuel Cell bus research & demonstration project to develop Zero Emission bus Purchase 1-CNG 40 FT. bus Purchase of ITS Equipment Operating Assistance - Fixed route & DAR - FY 2008/2009 Approval Date: 2/2/09 600Z/6Z/10 :alea lenoaddy uoRaiedes °pale .any envoi uoRaiedes °pale Jewao oIny al4ll £OLOLOAPLI 1.17ZI. !MAN al Pafoud episiani� euaoo AouaBy uopspwo) uoi}opodsuoil huno) appian% uolsgwwoo uogepodsueil /(}unoo aplsaanw 'VON 1N3WaN3W`d - d1121 800Z 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.6 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Project ID CVAG RIV090102 Desert Hot Spring: RIV050304 Desert Hot Spring: RIV061161 Riverside Riverside Banning Banning Caltrans RTA RTA RTA Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Sunline Transit RIV090101 RIV090110 RIV060112 RIV060124 RIV031225 RIV090104 RIV090105 RIV090106 RIV090103 RIV090107 RIV090108 RIV090109 Title Approval Date: 03/25/2009 Clean Vehicle - Alternative fuel sweepers for regional street sweeping program Essential Road Improvement - Ph 1 Essential Road Improvement - Ph III Victoria Ave. Utility Undergrounding (Washington Ave. to Maude St.) Victoria Ave. Parkway Restoration (Harrison to Adams/Auto Center Dr.) I-10/Sunset Ave. UC Sunset Ave. S/O 1-10 IC - Construct new 4 Ln UC GS @ UPRR & minor widening SR71 & SR91 - Conduct wildlife movement study for mitigation commitment JARC Operating Assistance - Commuter Link - Routes 212 & 214 JARC & NF Projects Lump sum for Non -Profit Organizations JARC - Extended late night service program (FY 2008/2009) JARC Operating Assistance - Extended night/guaranteed service program (FY 2008/2009) JARC & NF Projects Lump sum for Non -Profit Organizations NF - Operating Assistance to fund TRIP Program (FY 2008/2009) JARC - Rideshare Program (FY 2008/2009) 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.9 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Cathedral City FLH Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Project ID RIV011212 RIV090118 RIV080905 RIV080907 RIV080908 RIV080909 RIV080914 RIV080916 RIV080918 Palm Desert RIV071248 Palm Springs RIV060110 Palm Springs RIV070306 Riverside County RIV071259 Riverside County RIV071260 Riverside Riverside Corona Corona RCTC RCTC RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA RIV071269 RIV071272 RIV061103 RIV061104 RIV090111 RIV090112 RIV041014 RIV041030 RIV061112 RIV061119 RIV061123 RIV061124 RIV061125 RIV061126 Title Approval Date: 04/23/2009 Ramon Rd. - Date Palm Dr. to Davall Widening (4 - 6 lanes) In Joshua Tree National Park on Park Rte 11 (Gold Pt to Sand Hill) Widening & Realig. Alessandro Blvd. Widening (Old 215 to Frederick St.) Alessandro Blvd. Widening (Nason St. to Gilman Springs Rd) Gilman Springs Rd. Widening (SR60 to Alessandro) Gilman Springs Rd. (Alessandro to Bridge) Ironwood Ave. Widening (Heacock St. to Perris Blvd) Lasselle St. Widening (JFK to Alessandro) Redlands Blvd. Widening (SR to Cactus Ave.) Monterey Ave. & Fred Waring Dr. - Channelization Improvements S. Palm Canon Dr. Widening (Murray Canyon Rd. to Bogert Tr.) San Lorenzo Rd. Shoulder Paving Mecca Community Roundabout Ave. 66 and Harrison Ave. Traffic sitnal installation Third Street Grade Separation Riverside Ave Grade Separation Capitalized Preventative Maintenance - FY 2008/2009 Purchase 5 replacement DAR gas/diesel buses Purchase 1 replacement modified van for Peppermint Ridge Purchase two expansion vehicles for Mt. Shadows Purchase route scheduling/runcutting system & software Hemet Transit Center Capital maintenance spares - 5307 FY 2006/2007 Lease cost of automatic passenger counter (5307 - FY 2006/2007) Upgrade rural area bus stops Operating Assistance - 5307 FY 2007/2008 Capitalized Preventative maintenance - 5307 FY 2007/2008 Purchase one replacement full-sized bus for the City of Calexico Agency RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA Sunline Transit Lake Elsinore Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Moreno Valley Blythe RCTC Caltrans Caltrans 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.9 Riverside County Transportation Commission Project ID RIV061128 RIV061132 RIV061134 RIV071201 RIV071202 RIV080923 RIV060109 RIV090117 32300 RIV041052 RIV080904 RIV031222 RIV050555 RIVLS08 RIVLS01 Riverside County Transportation Commission Title Approval Date: 04/23/2009 Purchase one replacement full-sized bus for the City of Calexico Capital Maintenance Spares - 5307 - FY 2004/2005 Purchase new coin counting machine for Riverside facility - 5307 FY 2007/2008 Operating Assistance - 5307 FY 2008/2009 Capitalized Preventative Maintenance - 5307 - FY 2008/2009 Operating Assistance - 5311 FY 2008/2009 I-15/SR74 IC Jct Improvements Sr60/Nason St. IC Improvements SR60/Nason St. IC Reconstruction SR60/Nason St. IC + Moreno Beach Dr. IC Improvements SR60/Theodore St. IC Imrpovements U.S. 95/Intake Blvd. Widening (Hobson Way to 14th St.) 1-215 & SR 60 Reconstruction of Jct to provide 2 HOV direct connector lanes Minor Projects Lump Sum listing SHOPP - Collission Reduction Projets Lump Sum Listing 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.10 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Riverside Co. Riverside Co. Riverside Co. Riverside Murrieta Ca[trans Sunline Transit Project ID 45580 45600 RIV990701 RIV0084 RIV010203 RIVLS02 RIV080921 Title Approval Date: 03/18/2009 I-10/Gene Autry Tr./Palm Dr. IC I-10/Bob Hope Dr. Extension SR60/Valley Way IC SR91 @ Van Buren Blvd. IC I-215/Clinton Keith IC SHOPP - Roadway Preservation Projects Lump Sum Purchase of ITS Equipment 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.12 Riverside County Transportation Commission Eon Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Corona Corona RCTC RCTC RCTC RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA Riverside Riverside Sunline Transit Sunline Transit Project ID RIV090119 RIV090120 RIV090301 RIV090302 RIV090303 RIV090123 RIV090124 RIV090125 RIV090126 RIV090127 RIV090121 RIV090122 RIV071229 RIV071232 Title Approval Date: 04/30/2009 Purchase 4 replacement Type II CNG DAR buses Purchase bus stop shelters & bus stop amenities Metrolink Positive Train Control SCRRA Rehab & Renovation of Metrolink Rail SCRRA Central Maintenance Facility & Keller St. Yard Maintenance Facility Capitalized Preventative Maintenance - ARRA 5307 & ARRA 5311 ADA Operating Assistance - ARRA 5307 & ARRA 5311 Capital cost of contracting - ARRA 5307 Debt Financing for 55 CNG Replacement 40-ft buses purchased in 2001- ARRA 5307 Bus Stop Amenities - ARRA 5307 & ARRA 5311 Purchase farebox system - ARRA 5307 Purchase equipment to support the CNG Maintenance Facility - ARRA 5307 Purchase transit enhancements & bus stop amenities - ARRA 5307 Facility Improvements - ARRA 5307 600Z/80/170 :oleo !enoiddY uo!;eiedag wale .JQ �awoo olny 617Z 6 60n121 euoao0 al;!1 Q!;oafoid /taue6d uoisgwwo) uogouodsunil *nod appm/ a uo!ss!uauaoo uogepodsuau filunoO ap!saan!N £6'ON 1N3WaN3INV - &Di 800Z 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.14 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency RCTC Riverside Co. Riverside Co. Riverside Co. Riverside Murrieta Caltrans Project ID RIV041047 45580 45600 RIV990701 RIV0084 RIV010203 RIVLS06 Title STIP-TE Project Lump Sum I-10/Gene Autry Tr./Palm Dr. IC I-10/Bob Hope Dr. Extension SR60/Valley Way IC SR91 @ Van Buren Blvd. IC I-215/Clinton Keith IC SHOPP - Bridge Preservation Projects LS Approval Date: April 22, 2009 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.16 Riverside County Transportation Commission ..................... . . Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Corona Corona Corona. Corona Project ID RIV010209 RIV010227 RIV011240 RIV060108 Palm Springs RIV031206 Palm Springs RIV090401 Palm Springs RIV090402 Palm Springs RIV090405 Palm Springs RIV090406 Riverside Co. RIV010205 RCTC RIV050301 Riverside RIV071270 Lake Elsinore RIV010206 Lake Elsinore RIV060109 Corona RIV010208 Beaumont RIV050535 Coachella RIV071246 Caltrans RIVLS10 Caltrans RIVLS12 RCTC RIV090113 RCTC RIV090114 RCTC RIV090115 Title Foothill Parkway Westerly Extension ATMS McKinley St. GS N. Main St. - Add NB dedicated Rt. Turn Lane S. Palm Canyon Dr. over Arenas Cyn So. Drainage Channel Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Roadway Imp. Road and Signage Improvement (PE) Vista Chino at Whitewater River bridge replacement Ramon Rd. widening (4 to 6 lens) from Landau Blvd. to San Luis Rey Dr. Scott Rd. widening near Murrieta CATNAP - Riverside to Orange County Corridor Mary Street GS I-15/Railroad Cyn Rd. IC & I-15/Franklin St. IC I-15/SR-74 (Central Ave) IC Jct. modification I-15/Cajalco Rd. IC Construction of new 6 through lane Potrero Blvd IC Ave. 52 GS SHOPP - Mobility Projects LS SHOPP - Emergency Response Project LS Purchase one replacement bus for Desert Arc Purchase one replacement small bus for Care -A - Van Transit, Inc. Purchase computer hardware for GPS system for Angel View Crippled Children's Foundation Approval Date: Change Requested Schedule delay Cost increase Minor cost decrease & schedule delay Schedule delay due to funding availability Project description changed to correctly reflect the planned improvements New Project New Project New Project New Project Project Deletion Cost decrease and schedule delay Project Deletion - Duplicate Project Cost increase Funding redistribution town phases Schedule delay Reprogramming of funding years Cost increase Cost increase New Project New project funded by FTA 5310 New project funded by FTA 5310 New project funded by FTA 5310 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.16 Riverside County Transportation Commission Riverside County Transportation Commission RCTC RIV090115 RCTC RIV520109 SunLine Transit Agency 62126 SunLine Transit Agency RIV010502 SunLine Transit Agency RIV041037 SunLine Transit Agency RIV041040 SunLine Transit Agency RIV041048 SunLine Transit Agency RIV050546 SunLine Transit Agency RIV050547 SunLine Transit Agency RIV050548 SunLine Transit Agency RIV050550 SunLine Transit Agency RIV060201 SunLine Transit Agency RIV061148 SunLine Transit Agency RIV061151 SunLine Transit Agency RIV061152 SunLine Transit Agency RIV070711 SunLine Transit Agency RIV071225 SunLine Transit Agency RIV071226 SunLine Transit Agency RIV071227 SunLine Transit Agency RIV071228 SunLine Transit Agency RIV071230 SunLine Transit Agency RIV071231 SunLine Transit Agency RIV080920 SunLine Transit Agency RIV090403 SunLine Transit Agency RIV090404 SunLine Transit Agency RIV090407 SunLine Transit Agency RIV32254 SunLine Transit Agency RIV32255 Purchase one replacement large bus for Care Connexxus, Inc. Perris Valley Line Replacement of seven CNG 40" buses Property acquisition of approx. 2.27 acres for bus parking/maintenance facility expansion Debt financing (FY 04/05) Purchase of vehicle maintenance equipment Purchase ten replacement buses Purchase sixteen replacement buses Purchase transit enhancements Purchase nine replacement DAR vans Capitalized preventative maintenance Upgrade & modernize hydrogen fuel reformer Purchase one replacement medium bus Purchase ten replacement buses Purchase transit enhancements Purchase two expansion DAR buses Purchase eleven expansion buses Purchase seven non -revenue support vehicles Purchase three expansion non -revenue support vehicles Purchase two expansion DAR buses Purchase computer & office equipment Purchase replacement maintenance tools Purchase one expansion bus CNG Fueling Station Improvements Rehabilitation of SunLine's Fleet older buses Purchase one bus for fixed route Facility improvements Purchase computer & office equipment New project funded by FTA 5310 Cost increase Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Project completion Cost decrease Project deletion Project deletion Description change Project deletion Project deletion Description change New project New project New project Project completion Project completion Approval Date: :wea lenoaddd uopidwoo Toefoad saloiyan ipuagaied wawaoeldai Z aseyoand OZVZEAI I Aoua6y ▪ aununs uol;aldwoo pefad 170/M0Z Z417ZEnl l itoua6y ▪ aununs - EO/ZOOZ Ad) sayoeoo Joiow aseyoand/eseai uogaldwoo pafoad sepNen anuenai-uou waumeldai aulu aseyoand L9ZZCAI I Aoua6y pm' aununS uoisquiwoo uonepodsueal kunoo apisaanw 9VON 1N3WdN3Wd- dllt1 800Z 2008 RTIP - AMENDMENT NO.17 Riverside County Transportation Commission .......... ...... _ Riverside County Transportation Commission Agency Cities & Counties Corona Corona Palm Desert RCTC Riverside Riverside CALTRANS RTA RTA RTA RTA RTA SunLine Project ID RIV031223 RIV011241 RIV031203 RIV071255 RIV041047 RIV071282 RIV0084 RIVLS02 RIV090106 RIV090124 RIV090125 RIV090126 RIV090127 RIV080923 Title STPL LS - Pavement Rehab Auto Center Dr. GS Magnolia Ave. Corridor Mid Valley Bike Path Transportation Enhancement - LS Columbia Ave. GS SR91 @ Van Buren Blvd. IC SHOPP - Roadway Preservation LS JARC - Extended Service Program ADA Operating Assistance - FY 10 Capital Cost of Contracting Debt Financing - FY 10 Bus Stop Amenities - FY 10 Fixed Route & DAR Operating Assistance. Approval Date: Change Requested Cost/funding increase Reprogramming of funding yrs for the construction phase Reprogramming of funding yrs for all project phases Reprogramming of funding yrs for engineering Cost/funding increase to include the ARRA-State TE Reprogramming of funds STPL funding reduced to match fed. Fund availability ARRA-SH & TPC funding adjustments Project description change ARRA-FTA 5307 funding decrease ARRA-FTA 5307 funding increase ARRA-FTA 5307 funding increase ARRA-FTA 5307 funding increase Funding Decrease 6/8/2009 AGENDA ITEM 11 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. ... AGENCY I TAC MEMBER ALTERNATE BANNING I DUANE BURK ] Kahono Oei Director of Public Works BEAUMONT ]KISHEN PRATHIVADI Assistant Director of Public ·Works Dee Moorjani TECHNICAL AD .. RY COMMITTEE JuneT,2009 PRINT NAME ~<L 1 ~ c,......1 \ L.\....oj' fu<t. ~~O OEJ BLYTHE Kevin Nelson -0 A I J Assistant Public Works J ' 11"'1 r"tOt! r f"i·r JIM RODKEY Public Works Director Director . 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TM Sr""\ L-1}-.1 \;'\A.'\ j 0-v..A. c; ~ ~ /C..eN ~~Alo 'R l0V\, K \.\, rVll\1L ~~ r;J., ~MOi) ~G~ fqvelJ~/44n • IGNATURE --~."---) ,,----.. Jee -~d~ ·n~ 6/10/2009 .. • AGENCY I TAC MEMBER PERRIS I HABIB MOTLAGH City Engineer RTA MARK STANLEY Director of Planning RANCHO I BRUCE HARRY MIRAGE Director of Public Works RIVERSIDE TOM BOYD Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer RIVERSIDE JUAN PEREZ COUNTY Director of Transportation SAN JACINTO I HABIB MOTLAGH SUN LINE TEMECULA WILDOMAR WR COG <!.llf o F IDts~er ll<J' W6 City Engineer EUNICE LOVI Director of Planning GREG BUTLER Director of Public Works MICHAEL KASHIWAGI Director of Public Works RUTHANNE TAYLOR-BERGER Deputy Executive Director I ALTERNATE I C-k .. i .. -s-.1te. .4~s1. ~"' Scott Richardson Planning and Program Manager I Randy Viegas Project Manager Siobhan Foster Patty Romo Deputy Director of Transportation CJ,e,,· s 5... 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