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09 September 13, 1989 CommissionRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AGENDA REGULAR MEETING OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND SERVICE AUTHORITY FOR FREEWAY EMERGENCIES 1:30 P.M., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1989 RCTC BOARD ROOM 3560 UNIVERSITY AVENUE, SUITE 100 RIVERSIDE, CA 1. Call to Order. 2. Approval of Minutes. 3. Public Comments. 4. Consent Calendar, - All matters on the consent calendar will be approved in a single motion unless a Commission/SAFE member requests separate action on specific items.) A. D.J. Smith Monthly Sacramento Report. Receive and file. B. Amend Commission Ordinance Relatins hanAe_of Regular Meeting Date Approve Ordinance 89-005, amending Ordinance 89-004 to change the regular meeting date of the Riverside County Transportation Commission. 5. Appointment of Members to Citizens Advisory Committee. Staff will present an oral report at the meeting. 6. Ad iustment to RCTC Computer Budget, Budget and Finance Committee Recommendation, Approve the $40,000 computer budget increase. Staf f Recommendation, That $40,000 be added to the FY 1989-90 RCTC computer budget for the purpose of purchasing a LANS and laptop computer with the understanding that approximately $27,000 of the budget is being spent on hardware and software to be repaid by Caltrans. 7. Transoortation Development Act Related Items. A. State Transit Assistance Fund Program - FY 1989-90. Approve the proposed FY 1989-90 State Transit Assistance Program for Riverside County. B. Transit Operators' Resoonau to the Triennial Performance Audit Recommendations, Accept the responses to the Transit Operator Performance Audit recommendations prepared by Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Inc. for Banning, Beaumont, Corona, Riverside Special Services and the Riverside Transit Agency. C. Social Service Transportation Delivery Study - Technical Memorandums #l, #2, & #3. Pat Piras, consultant, will be in attendance on September 13th and will present the technical memorandums. Comments/recommendations from the Transit Planning Coordinating Committee will be presented to the Commission at the meeting. D. FY 1989-90 UMTA Section 16(b)(2) Proiect Applications. Support the FY 1989-90 (Cycle 21) UMTA Section 16(b)(2) applications with the following conditions: I) That Meditrans amend their application to include radio equipment, both mobile and base station, at a cost not to exceed Caltrans cost specifications; and, 2) That Mt. Rubidoux Manor and Plymouth Towers combine their applications into a request for one van and support equipment, and coordinate their services. 8. Reauests for RCTC Funding for Transoortation Modeling. A. Contract Between RCTC and City of Perris for Transportation Modeling and Studies Related to Evans Corridor and Ellis Interchange. To: 1) Review and approve the contract form to be presented by Best, Best and Krieger; and, 2) Approve the above -cited conditions as an exhibit to the contract between RCTC and the City of Perris. B. Western County Transportation Planning - Riverside and Moreno Valley Reauests for Funding for Transoortation Modeling, Budget and Finance Committee Recommendations. Approve Riverside and Moreno Valley requests for funding subject to: 1) Conditions similar to those required for the City of Perris; 2) Subsequest approval of contracts between RCTC and Riverside, and RCTC and Moreno Valley; and, 3) An interim budget revision to provided needed funding from RCTC Contingencies/Reserves. Staff Recommendations, Same as Finance and Budget Committee recommendations. 9. Route 91 Landscaping, Jack Reagan will present a report on the Route 91 landscaping project at the meeting. 10. Increase Interim Funding for Commuter Transportation Services. Inc. Budget and Finance Committee Recommendation, Increase the interim funding to Commuter Computer from $45,300 to $95,000 (current FAU funding) and extend the deadline for the evaluation and consideration of alternatives to the November meeting. Staff Recommendation. Same as Budget and Finance Committee recommendation. 11. Progress Report on California -Nevada SupersDeed Ground Transportation Proiect. Budget and Finance Committee Recommendation, That the Commission indicate a willingness to provide up to $50,000 to the consultant selected by the Bi-State Commission, subject to a separate contract with adequate assurance that potential station locations within Riverside County are given due consideration. Staff Recommendation. Same as Budget and Finance Committee recommendation. 12. Measure A Items, A. Maintenance of Effort Policy for Local Streets and Roads Program. Committee Recommendations. The CVAG Executive Committee recommends approval of the draft Measure A Maintenance of Effort Guidelines including a proposed revision to Paragraph III, Page 4. The consensus of the Western County Policy Advisory Committee in attendance at the meeting recommends approval of the draft Measure A Maintenance of Effort Guidelines including a revision to Paragraph III, Page 4. Staff Recommendations. 1) Approve the draft Measure A Maintenance of Effort Guidelines including the addition of language to allocate penallllty funds for failure to meet the MOE requirements consistent with Option II on Attachment A; 2) direct Counsel to prepare an amendment to Ordinance 88-1 to change the penalty for failure to meet the MOE requirements as recommended by CVAG for approval at the Commission meeting in October; and, 3) require the guidelines to be revised in the future, but not more than three years from the date of approval, and modified as may be determined necessary following their review. B. Measure A Local Streets and Roads Program. Approve the FY 1990-94 Measure A Local Street and Road Capital Improvement Program attached to the staff report and authorize funds to be disbursed to local agencies that certify to the Commission that MOE and TUMF requirements will be met. C. Final Design (PS&E) Contract with NBS1Lowry for Route 91. Budget and Finance Committee Recommendation. Approve the NBS/Lowry contract with the provision that the final contract value fall within the acceptable target range. Staff Recommendation. Approve the NBS/Lowry contract (assuming negotiations have been successfully completed prior to the meeting) with the provision that the final contract terms and conditions be reviewed by Legal Counsel. D. Final Design (PS&E) Contract with KaWES for Route 91. Budget and Finance Committee Recommendation, Approve the contract with KaWES with the provision that the final contract value fall within the acceptable target range. Staff Recommendation, Approve the KaWES contract (assuming negotiations have been successfully completed prior to the meeting) with the provision that final contract terms and conditions be reviewed by Legal Counsel. E. Route 86 Environmental Reassessment. For information only. F. Execute Documents for Line of Credit with Sanwa Bank. Budget and Finance Committee Recommendation. That the Commission: 1) Approve the Supplemental Bond Anticipation Note Resolution 89-06, and Note Purchase Line of Credit with Sanwa Bank, California; and, 2) Amend the Measure A FY 89-90 budget and transfer $10,000 from the Contingency Account to the Professional Services Account. Staff Recommendation. Same as the Budget and Finance Committee recommendation. G. Commission Performance Audit Phase IIa Report. Accept the Phase IIa Performance Audit Report prepared by Booz-Allen & Hamilton, and direct the Executive Director to continue use of consultants to develop and manage the Measure A Highway Program for the Commission. H. Strategy for Rail Development/Revised Contract with Shiermeyer & Greene. Budget & Finance Committee Recommendations. To: I) Approve the proposed Strategy for Rail Development - 1989-90 as a more precise definition of work program activity, and 2) Authorize the Executive Director to amend the contract with Schiermeyer & Greene to increase the amount to $75,000. The "Strategy" would become Attachment I-B, and revise the Scope of Serivces. Staff Recommendations. Same as the Budget and Finance Committee recommendations. I. Measure A Goals for Proiect Development, Endorsement of the proposed goal in anticipation that funding issues and subsequent cooperative agreements relative to advancement of Measure A funds and Caltrans funding participation are resolved. 13. Closed Session - Instruct Negotiators Regarding Acquisition of Property. 14. Adjournment. 2;aoe,Ylet• The next RCTC/SAFE meeting is scheduled to be held on October 11, 1989 at +30 p.m., SunLine Transit Agency Offices, 32-505 Harry Oliver Trail, Thousand Palms, CA.