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02 February 1, 1989 CommissionRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING 9:30 A.M., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1989 RIVERSIDE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3900 MAIN STREET RIVERSIDE, CA 92501 ************ AGENDA REGULAR MEETING OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY SERVICE AUTHORITY FOR FREEWAY EMERGENCIES 2:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1989 MORENO VALLEY CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 213119 COTTONWOOD, BUILDING B MORENO VALLEY, CA 1. Call to Order. 2. Approval of Minutes. 3. Public Comments. 4. Public Hearing - Unmet Transit Needs. A public hearing to receive testimony on unmet transit needs - is scheduled. No action by the Commission is to be taken at this time. 5. 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. Quarterly Financial Report. The report is submitted by the Auditor -Controller's for the quarter ending June 30, 1988. The financial reports for the quarters ending September 30, 1988 and December 31, 1988 will be on the Commission's March agenda. This is for information only. B. Monthly Report from D.J. Smith. For information only. Page 2 C. RCTC Office Proposal. That the Commission authorize its Executive Director to continue negotiations for space at University Place, based upon the assumptions cited on the staff report. D. Report on Task Force on Post -Interstate Federal Transportation Policy Pursuant to SR 94. Staff recommends that RCTC support the Task Force's recommended policy for Post -Interstate Period at its entirety. E. Local Transportation Fund Reapportionment Request. Staff recommends that RCTC request SCAG to: 1) reapportion the Riverside County Local Transportation Funds for FY 1988/89; 2) increase the Commission planning allocation to the full 2% as allowed by law; and, 3) increase the LTF administration funds passed through to the Commission from SCAG by $25,000 to cover higher than anticipated costs for the CTSA Study and the performance audit of the Commission. F. Selection of Consultant for the Social Service Transportation Delivery Study. It is recommended that RCTC approve the selection of Pat Piras Consulting Services for the Social Service Transportation Delivery Sttdy and execution of the contract in the amount of $37,700. In addition, the RCTC approve the transfer of $12,700 from the Commission's Contingency Account to the Professional Services Account. G. Citizens Advisory Committee/Social Services Advisory Council Reappointments and Appointments. To appoint new members and reappoint existing members to the Citizens Advisory Committee/Social Services Advisory Council as identified in the staff report. H. Adoption of Resolution to Formally Recognize the California SAFE Committee as the Forum to Address Statewide Policy Issues and Legislation. To adopt resolution to formally recognize the California Safe Committee as the body responsible for coordinating the development of positions on issues of mutual concern, related to callbox programs. Page 3 6. Proposal to Contract with Foundation for Better Transportation for Public Information Support. Staff is recommending that RCTC authorize the Executive Director to contract with the Foundation for Better Transportation for public information program services and authorize a budget of $15,000 to cover the maximum anticipated cost. 7. Measure A Program Items. A. Amendment to Contract with Bechtel Civil Inc. That the Commission approve the proposed contract amendment. No amendment to the interim Measure A budget is anticipated. B. Proposal to Approve Funding for Sanderson Avenue and Bridge Engineering. That RCTC approve funding for Sanderson Avenue and bridge environmental and design based upon Alternative A (4-lane bridge and roadway). Total anticipated costs are $580,000; $500,000 is already included in the Measure A budget for costs through September 30, 1989. C. Raincross Club Proposal for Local Preference for Contracts. That RCTC direct staff to meet with members of the local business community to determine an appropriate process for consideration of local preference in future Measure A contracts. Also, that because of the need to expedite the Route 91 and 86 projects, the existing processes used by Caltrans should apply. Any preference towards use of local firms should occur through informal participation of RCTC representatives on consultant selection panels. D. Proposed Process for Route 86 Proiect Development (Caltrans District 11). That RCTC approve the proposed project revision and project development process for Route 86. Funding for engineering (through September 30, 1989) is already included in the Measure A budget. E. Discussion of Caltrans District 8 Organization and Support Services for Measure A Program. Ken Steele will discuss proposed internal organization within Caltrans District 8 for Measure A project development support. Page 4 F. Measure A Local Interchange Funding Request - City of Riverside. Staff recommends that the Commission allocate $1.5 million Measure A highway funds to match $3.0 million in local funds for the purpose of constructing an "urban" interchange rather than a diamond interchange at Eastridge Avenue/I-215 from funding to become available in the $20 million Measure A Highway Program for participation in interchange projects to promote job development. 8.. Executive Session. A. Interview and Selection of Financial Advisor. B. Interview and Selection of Legal Advisor. C. Compensation Package for Executive Director. 9. Adjournment. The next meeting is scheduled for March 1, 1989 at 2:00 P.M., to be held at the Palm Desert City Council Chambers, 73-510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert.