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09 September 19, 1985 CommissionRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION CO?VIMISS1ON AGENDA 1:30 P.M., SEPTEMBER 19, 1985 RIVERSIDE COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER 14TH FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM 4080 LEMON STREET, RIVERSIDE 92501 1. Call to Order. 2. Public Comments. 3. Consent Calendar. (All matters on the consent calendar will be approved in a single motion unless a Commission member requests a separate action on a specific item.) A. Approval of Minutes. B. RTA STA Claim. C. City of Riverside STA Claim. D. SunLine STA Claim. E. City of Beaumont STA Claim. 4. Executive Director's Report. A. Smith & Egan Contract. B. CTC Action on Proposed Yuma Street Interchange. C. STIP Deferral Appeals. 5. Fiscal year.1985/86 aa .82.1 program. The SB 821 Evaluation Committee has established priorities and recommends funding for 7 bicycle and pedestrian projects. 6. Status D£ Route $6_ projects. Carl West, Caltrans Deputy District Director, will update the Commission on the status of project development and environ- mental work on Route 86. 7. Status 41 State Highway projects in Caltrans District $,_ Joe Sanchez, Caltrans Deputy District Director, will brief the Commission on the status of major projects in the District 8 area. 8. Lang Ran= State Highway projects. A staff report is prese;ited in response to the Commission's request for a plan to involve the public and private sector in establishing long range State highway needs. 1 9. performance Audits 4f Commission And Transit Operators. A staff recommendation to award the contract for performance audits to JAR and Associates is presented. 10. proposed Fund Trade with Santa Clara County. Commission approval for staff to pursue an agreement to trade UMTA Section 9 funds to Santa Clara County in exchange for approximately $2,000,000 in sales tax funds is requested. 11. Adjournment. The next meeting will be on October 17, 1985, 1:30 P.M., Riverside County Administrative Center, 14th Floor Conference Room, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside 92501. 2