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11 November 9, 1988 CommissionRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AGENDA REGULAR MEETING OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND OF THE RIVERSIDE COUNTY SERVICE AUTHORITY FOR FREEWAY EMERGENCIES BOARD 2:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1988 RIVERSIDE COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER BOARD ROOM, 14TH FLOOR 4080 LEMON STREET, RIVERSIDE 92501 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. State Transit Assistance Fund Claims. 1. SunLine Transit Agency. To adopt Resolution No. 89-2-SUL allocating $69,000 to the SunLine Transit Agency for operating subsidy for the Intervalley Handicapped Service ($23,331) and the East Valley E&H Dial -A - Ride Service ($45,669). 2. City of Moreno Valley. To adopt Resolution No. 89-3-MOR.allocating $23,654 to the City of Moreno Valley for local street and road purposes. B. Request for Proposal for a_ "Social Service Transportation Delivery Study. Staff recommendation is needed to authorize staff to issue the Social Service Transportation Delivery Study RFP. C. SAFE Budget Amendment. To approve amendment of the SAFE budget to share in the purchase of a copier and transfer $3,000 from the Contingency Appropriation Account to the Equipment/ Furniture Account. Page 2 5. Measure A Items. A. Discussion of Election Results. B. Items Contingent Upon Measure A Approval. 1. Ordinance 88-2 - State Board of Equalization Requirements. Staff recommends that the Commission adopt Ordinance 88-2 as presented. 2. Interim Contract for Engineering Support Services. Staff recommends Commission approval of an interim contract (November 15, 1988 through June 30, 1989) with Bechtel Civil, Inc., in the amount of $85,000 for Measure A engineering support services. 3. Proposed Technical Revisions to 1988 STIP. Staff recommends approval of proposed revisions to the 1988 STIP to accelerate projects and increase eligibility for SB 140 matching funds for Measure A projects. 4. Discuss Early Action Requirements for Measure A Program. Staff seeks RCTC direction for early action. 6. Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies Items. A. Callbox Accessibility. It is recommended that: 1) handicapped access be defined as access to the service as opposed to physical access to the equipment (callbox); and, 2) that the SAFE Board acknowledges that greater accessibility for handicapped persons would result through options including, but not limited to, placards, lighted cones, transmitters, etc., and commits to actively encourage the development of these options through participation pwith the California SAFE Counties, state agencies, and request private enterprise to address this issue in their proposals to the Riverside/San Bernardino callbox system implementation. B. Proposed Motorist Aid Callbox Demonstration Program. It is recommended that the Commission authorize staff to conduct a demonstration of motorist aid callbox equipment as described in the staff report. Page 3 7. SCAG Items. A. Appoint an RCTC Member to the Southern California Regional Intercity Rail Study Group. Staff recommends appointments to the study group as proposed. B. Review of RCTC Comments on Growth Management, Mobility and Air Quality Plans. C. Regional Planning Organizational Issues. Staff recommends continued participation in SCAG reorganization discussions consistent with previous direction. D. Other Items. 8. Adjournment.